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REG.

U.

S.

PAT.

OFFICE

Pag*

Commercial

Financial

Pag*

1

Events

Cotton

Market

Course of the Stock

Dividend Declarations

Iron and Steel Trade

-14

-12

._

Federal Reserve Bank—Brokers' Loans. 16

4

Foreign Affairs

17

Foreign Exchange

7

Grain—Coffee—Sugar

7

Hides and Leather

9

and

7

Money Market

15

New Security Issues

11

;.

Petroleum and Its Products—9

Rubber
Textiles

............ . ..

United States Treasury Financing

9
9
11

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS
Pag*

Baltimore Stock Exchange

62

Boston Stock Exchange*

.60

Chicago Stock Exchange

-.67

Cleveland Stock Exchange.
Detroit Stock Exchange........
Los

Angeles Stock Exchange

Banks and Trust

New York Stock Exchange—Bonds

21

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks

34

Philadelphia Stock Exchange

63

-.66

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange..

..67

San Francisco Stock Exchange..

..68

70

Municipal Bonds—
Domestic

—

Canadian

..44

64

Companies—

Domestic

Pag*

New York Curb Exchange

i

Canadian

...—

..96
97

Exchange Seats

Public

Federal Land Bank Bonds

Public Utility Stocks

84

Foreign Government Bonds....

Railroad Bonds

72

Industrial Bonds—

Railroad Stocks

Industrial Stocks

Real

—

Utility Bonds

78

i

76

Estate Bonds

...94

.

Insurance Stocks

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks

89

Investing Companies Securities

Textile Stocks

89

Joint Stock Land Bank—

Title

Securities

-

....

Guarantee and

Safe

Deposit

Stocks

—

.89

Mill Stocks—see Textile Stocks-

United States Government Securities..95

Mining Stocks

United States Territorial Bonds

WILLIAM




B.

William

DANA

COMPANY,

Street, Corner

of

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PUBLISHERS

Spruce Street, New Yore.




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—OF BALTIMORE—

Surplus and Profits $4,067,337

Capital $2,000,000
TN the

nearly sixty

company

years

in Maryland—has,

ministrator and Trustee,

fully

administered

Its activities

are

has

as

many

confined solely to

acquired

trust

Executor, Ad-

faithfully and

and settled

ment of estates and

It

that it has been in

Company—the oldest

business, this

the

success¬

estates.
manage¬

property.
a

reputation for stability,

promptness, efficiency, courtesy and fair deal¬

ing, and has built

up a

competent organization

especially trained for the intelligent and prudent
management and settlement of estates.
DIRECTORS
.

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George C. Cutler, President
Edwin G.

Baetjer

J. Edward Johnston

Howard Bruce

Blanchard Randall

Lyman Delano

Charles E. Rieman

Robert Garrett

Morris

Norman James

Andrew P. Spamer

Whitridge

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Copyright in 1935 by WILLIAM B. DANA
Entered

March 9 1928, at the Post Office at New York, N. Y„ under the Act of

Second Class Matter,

as

March S 1879.

NO. 12

NEW YORK, DECEMBER 6 1935

VOL.8

actions to test its validity

Bank

Quotation Record

and

utility

while

groups,

having been brought by various

counter action by the Securities and

a

Exchange Commission to force registration under the Act
The Bank and Quotation Record is one of the companion

publications

has

likewise been

instituted.

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of the Commercial & Financial Chronicle, and is issued monthly.

United States

Terms for the Chronicle are 115 per annum within the
and U. S. Possessions and Territories;
and Central America

President Roosevelt

Revenues,

Cuba, and

(except Argentina), Spain, Mexico and

Regarded

Assuring

as

Achievement

The subscription price to the Bank

and Quotation Record is $10.00
Single copies are sold

Postage outside of United States extra.

»t $1.00 per copy.

<•

of Program

Comment

$20 in other foreign countries.
a year.

"Home-Coming" Celebration in Atlanta*

on

Says Peak of Appropriations Is Passed—This and Increasing

$16.50 in Canada; $18.50 in South

At
ber

29

President

stand to-day,

E.G.

Place 3,500,000 Idle at

to

declared

Roosevelt

and in the light of

economic improvement, we have
Publishers,
Spruce Street, New York.

WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY,
William Street corner

priations;
are

President's

AND

Novem*

on

that

"as

things

definite and continuing

passed the peak of
of

look forward with

we can

appro¬

taxes

new

to.

assurance

planned in the
by Georgia's Congressional delegation.

decreasing deficit".

a

REVIEW OF NOVEMBER—COMMERCIAL

increasing, and

a

the imposition

without

revenues

Work—»
y

"home-coming celebration" in Atlanta

a

CHICAGO OFFICE—208 South La Salle Street.

LONDON OFFICE—Edwards & Smith, 1 Drapers' Gardens,

Deficit—Sep*

Decreasing

Government Debt

on

honor

The celebration

was

:

FINANCIAL EVENTS
Of

particular moment 'among
the official signing at

was

In his speech

month's developments

the

Washington,

on

Nov. 15, of the

touching
He

the President surveyed conditions in 1924,

the speculative

upon

entered into

defense

a

and the

era,

of

the

and asserted that "the credit of the Government

new

United States-Canadian trade treaty, the text of which

program

was

given out personally by President Roosevelt on Nov. 17.

is to-day higher than that

of

any

other great nation in the

Among the chief concessions made by the two countries are

world, in spite of attacks

the following:

individuals and organizations which seek to

'

By the United States
'

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Reductions in duty for fixed quotas of cattle, calves, dairy cows, cream,

Certified seed

potatoes

and

hemlock.

Western

Reductions

lumber and some timber, such
>"

and

as

The President recited

on

Reduction

from

$5 to $2.50

a

gallon

all whiskies aged four

on

in wood, including Scotch, Irish, zye

ment that "if the bankers

certain fertilizers,

and crude

era

for

any

of duty on

rates

non-British

'

reductions

Vegetables and wheat,
Potatoes

of the year,
were

on

cars

^

°

on

parts

the

word

automobiles

and

parts,

electrical apparatus, iron and steel mill products,

unfavorable to the New Deal.

On Nov. 7, in a ruling

by Judge William C. Coleman of the Federal
the Public

District

a

stitutional

was

"in

its entirety."

handed down

on

16 the United States

Chicago

held the

invalid.

The Act

redemption
was

to

was

ruling hold¬
uncon¬

Nov. 10 by Judge Paul in

the United States District Court at

bv Judge A. Lee

A

Frazier-Lemke Farm Mortgage Act

ing the amended

Nov.

power

sweeping reorganization of the utility industry,

declared unconstitutional

on

Court

Utility Holding Company Act of

1935, passed by Congress to give the government
make

Harrisonburg, Va., and

Circuit Court of Appeals

clause of

the

amended

also ruled unconstitutional

on

Act

Nov. 30

Wyman in the United States District Court

at Sioux Falls, S.

D.

On Nov. 25 the Supreme Court

sus-

pended temporarily government collection of processing taxes
eighf 'Louisiana rice millers,

pending

decision

as

to

whether lower courts have the legal authority to bar such

the revised

Agricultural Adjustment Act.

collections

under

The Public

Utility Holding Company Act has otherwise fig¬

ured

than

means

and

successful

"recovery," the President went
only

not

a

sound business and

national

as a

a

on

better

to say "it

sound agriculture
equal

sound improvement in American life

a

result of continuing

and forceful effort

on

as a

the part of our

people and, through them, on the part of their government."
\

Holding Company Act Held Invalid by Judge Cole¬
on Con¬

Public Utility

man—Federal Judge in Wilmington Declines to Pass

stitutionality of Act

prominently in the events of the month,




numerous court

declaring

ruling

•

"invalid in

its entirety"

the

Public

Utility Holding Company Act of 1935 was handed down on
Nov. 7 in the Federal District Court at Baltimore by Judge

William

Coleman.

C.

In his

ruling Judge

Coleman

in*

structed the trustees for the American States Public Service

Co.

(the plaintiffs in the proceedings brought to test

the

constitutionality of the Act) to treat the law as "invalid and
of

no

effect."

Noting that the government entered the case,

only as "a friend of the court" and as such could not take an r

appeal from the decision, a dispatch from Baltimore, Nov. 7,
to the New York "Times" added:

in

~

from

substantial

"a

Describing the word "progress"

of tourist purchases.

Among court happenings during the past month several

Baltimore,

the relief rolls and in adding that by Nov. 29

from the material point of view, but it means, with

A

;> in

of all kinds along the line

also made by the President to

3,125,000 of these at work, he viewed the result

were

constituting

as

was

goal to put to work by November, 3,500,000 employable

achievement."

promised in the Canadian system of arbitrary valuation, as well as legisla¬

were

Reference

since 1933."

importance,

>

gasoline, lubricating oils and grease, cotton fabrics and dressed furs. Tractors
put on the free list.
Benefits
extended to
commercial
travelers with
samples and revision
tion for exception

then, I wonder what they would say the

.

Magazines and periodicals

machinery, industrial equipment,

and parts,

the

on

free list, oranges were put on it for

and raw cotton was "bound" to it.

Reductions

and subitems

agricultural products,

also admitted free,

railway

items

including fresh fruits,
which the cut was from 80 to 12c. a bushel.

on

transferred to the

were

767
•'

on

were

increase of values of property

there

180 commodities and guarantee of lowest

country

Canadian schedules.

Widespread

they

as

persons on

By Canada
Reduction of

thought the country could stand

country could stand to-day, in the light of an enormous

artificial abrasives.

rates

of

debt, and he made the state¬

debt of $55,000,000,000 to $70,000,000,000 in 1933, with

a

or

binding to the present free list pulp wood, wood pulp and newsprint,
shingles and laths, unmanufactured wood and certain fishery products, in¬
cluding lobsters, certain furs,

talk with bankers in the spring

1933 incident to the national

values
years

and bourbon.

"Binding" to the existing 10% duty certain provender for animals and
r.

a

,

acid.

more

dictate to the

Treasury and how to let the needy starve."

Douglas fir

hay, horses, live poultry, cheddar cheese, turnips, apples,
maple sugar, halibut and minor fiBh supplementing the New England
catch, patent and harness leather, ferrornanganeae, ferrosilicon and acetic

-

that credit made by those few

on

administration and to the Congress how to run the national

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.

following.

years

Government's spending

Burco, Inc., a Delaware company formed to protect the rights
of the American States Public Service Co., has the right to

However,
of

bondholders

push appeal proceedings.
The case vitally affects that and Bimilar
which own or control securities worth more than $1,000,000,000.
Trustees

the

for

American

States

Public Service

Co.

had

companies

submitted

ft

determination of the constitutionality of the Act on the
ground that the expenditure of considerable sums of the company's money
depended on the decision.
petition

for

a

t

On Nov. 21 the Federal Circuit Court of
more

Appeals at Balti¬

agreed to review, on petition, the findings of Judge

Coleman.

Regarding

Nov. 21, to the New

the

appeal,

a

Baltimore

York "Times" said:

dispatch,

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Inc., an intervening .petitioner in the
Jr. of Baltimore.
The' order permitting
reargument of the case before the Appellate Court was signed by Judge
John J. Parker, presiding judge, who announced that arguments would be
heard during the January term of the Circuit Court, sitting in Charlotte,
North Carolina.
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Eleven errors were alleged in the petition to-day filed by Mr. Hamilton
The appeal

and

Burco,

filed for

was

Heyward Hamilton

D.

by

case,

Ralph P. Buell

of New York.

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In the Federal District

Court in Wilmington, Del., Judge

John P. Nields on Nov. 29

dismissed the petition of the trus¬

Public Service Co. to pass on the

the Central, West

tees of

constitutionality" of the Public Utility
Judge Nields ruled:

of 1935.

Holding Company Act

/

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,

Congress is sought to be destroyed and
party to the proceedings and without
Such a course violates accepted canons of legal

by an Act of

created

body

stripped of its powers without being a

day in court.

having its

1*

procedure.1
Accordingly, the petition for Instructions muBt
Eccles,

S.

Marriner

Chairman

'

of Government Action to Halt Rise in
Prices-^Finds Element of Strength in Fact -that
Being Made fof Cash^Say* Inflationary In*

Council, when the chief

bank reserves with
and
Mr. Eccles said that the recent ad¬

topic of discussion was the current huge

potential influence in promoting business recovery

stimulating inflation.

in the stock market has been

financed almost entirely

and healthful, as well
beyond the control of the Federal Reserve System.

by cash and is, therefore, relatively safe
being

Apply to

Also

Under

Reports from Washington said that the statement was

designed to refute charges that the Reserve
lected its duty in not applying at

Board had neg¬

this time the credit controls

provided by the Banking Act of 1935 and the Securities and
Exchange Act of 1934. In reply, Mr. Eccles contended that
there has been no occasion to apply such controls thus far.

14 of the Guffey Bituminous Coal Con¬
servation Act of 1935, all government agencies, contractors,
and
sub-contractors doing
Federal government business
mined by operators complying with the Act,

must use coal

which established

Utility

Holding

Company

Corp. and Subsidiaries

Against Electric Bond & Share

Under Act

to Force Registration

v

Numerous actions to restrain the Securities
from

Commission

enforcing

the

and Exchange

the

of

provisions

Utility Holding Company Act of 1935 were

tracting with the government

1'

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While holding as

Public

of

provisions regulating wages and hours are

that the

In

junctions forbidding enforcement against the company*

/bringing the test suit the United Gas Improvement Co. re¬

to comply with the provision of the Act
SEC by Dec.

According to Washington accounts Nov. 28 to
Commerce," immediate appeal to
United States Supreme Court is planned by the Govern¬

Virginia.

the New York "Journal of
the

These advices added in part:

ment/

that it register

Suit by the Consolidated Gas Co.

on

Nov. 25 to restrain the enforcement

Since then, other utility

'instituted actions to prevent

companies which have

the government from enforcing

the Act include the Commonwealth &

Southern

Corp.; the

Stone & Webster, Inc.; the American

American Co.;

Water Works & Electric Co., Inc.; the

tax/•./*:.

American .Gas & Power Co.; Louisville Gas &
"the Standard Power

& Light Corp.;

Additional groups which have filed

Co.;

Electric Co.;

Cities Service Co., &c.

actions brought the total

;at the end of November to about 40 companies.
In

,

'the

a

counter move, the SEC on

Nov. 26 filed an action in

United States District Court in New York to compel the

Electric Bond & Share Co. and five subsidiaries, to register

.under the Public Utility Act.

to the SEC, and Robert H.

mine with a 90 % rebate allowed operators who

He relied chiefly upon the Supreme

striking down the labor provisions

will afford

full opportunity for a test of the

a

constitution¬

comply

Court's ruling in the Schechter case in

of the Act, declaring that Congress had
attempting to provide for agreements

overstepped the commerce clause in

fixing wages and hours.
These sections of the Act are "Invalid under the Scbecbter
because proper standards were not

Justice said,

opinion," the

provided, although the

Court;"expressly holds" such standards are necessary.
Government relies most strongly on the price fixing provisions," he

Supreme
"The

"Upon consideration of all.the facts it seems to me

is within the power delegated to Congress

He then denied the petition of the

that that

by the Commerce clause."

coal operator for two permanent in¬

from collecting the 15 cents com¬
of which Mr, Carter is president, and
preventing the firm from accepting the code prescribed in the Act.
For purposes of appeal however, Judge Adkins allowed a stay similar to
the one granted by Judge Hamilton preventing the Government from col¬

junctions restraining the Government

pliance tax from the Carter Coal Co.,

lecting more than 1 ^ % tax from the company.

decision of Judge

A

Elwood

Hamilton in Federal Dis¬
Act constitutional in

in Louisville, holding the

trict Court

its entirety,

was

banded

down on Nov. 14 in three

brought by R. C. Tway Coal Co. and some

companies and

a

trust company

suits

15 or more coal

acting as receiver.
The
reported as follows

Louisville "Courier Journal" of Nov. 15

regarding the decision:

.

:

prevent collection of
taxes; adjudges it the duty of the company in the second petition to comply
with the provisions of the Act, and in the third casct also adjudges it the
'

Judge Hamilton's decision dismisses the petition to

duty of the receivers to comply with the legislation.

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;

judgment in the first two cases, where- the
contention regarding the unconstitutionality of the measure is raised.
He
directed the companies to pay into court the amount of the taxes they would
be obliged to pay if they complied with the Act, that is, 1%% of the sale
price of the coal at the mines, and. that they also pay clerk fees, until the
case
is finally decided by the Supreme Court.
The judgment will be
enforced, however, if payment is not made on any of the instalments when
Judge Hamilton postponed the

due.

Jackson, attorney for the SEC,

...

Schechter Case Cited

'

Citing the
National

'

"

Supreme Court decision in the Schechter case, the
Recovery Act case, that "the precise line can be drawn

recent

Industrial

the individual

arise, but the distinction is clear in

principle/'
the

ality of the Act, with the issue clearly drawn, said the New

only

York "Sun"

Judge Hamilton declared that unless this distinction is kept in mind,
consideration of the
decisions of the Supreme Court will lead only

garded

as

of Nov.

a

move

26, which added that the action is re¬
to forestall an avalanche of litigations

yvhich, conceivably, would result in conflicting^decisions in
■different

jurisdictions.

From the

same

account

The defendants named in the action, in addition to

we^uote:

Electric Bond & Share,

comprise the American Gas & Electric Co., the American Power & Ligra Co.,
the Electric Power
•

the

United

& Light Corp.,

Gas Corp.

the National Power & Light Corp. A and

The first named, the Electric Bond & Share,

top holding corporation, according to the complaint, owning and
the others.
!

isjthe

controlling

•

According to the New York 'Times," the complaint brought

by the SEC

alleged

said that all of the defendant companies are

to have outstanding securities which

were

sold in

part through use of the mails, and this fact, it said, estab¬




^

with the code.

The suit, filed in equity by John J. Burns, general counsel

,

v-

v>

separable by express provision having been
written in it by Congress, Judge Adkins held that Congress acted within its
constitutional limits in fixing the price of coal and imposing a tax of 15% of
Noting first that the Act is

Standard Gas & Elec¬

Eastern Texas Electric Co.; El Paso Electric

tric Co.;

"

Virginia coal operator challenging
constitutionality of the statute, are also planning to appeal directly to the
Supreme Court, it is understood, because of the action of the lower Court in
upholding the power of Congress to fix prices on soft coal and failing to
restrain the Government permanently from collecting the 15% compliance
Attorneys for James W. Carter, West

subsidiaries, was filed in the United

of New York, and its

States District Court

1.

invalid,

did not set up definite standards. The
Court's conclusions were given in the action brought by
James W. Carter, President of the Carter Coal Co. of West
because Congress

filed during the

the constitutionality of the Act, and to seek temporary in¬

constitutional the price-fixing provisions

Guffey Coal Conservation Act, Justice Jesse C. Adkins,
the District of Columbia Supreme Court ruled on Nov. 26

of the

power

North

individuals con¬
in the supplying of materials.

Regulation of Wages and Hours Under Guffey Coal Conservation
Act Held Invalid by District of Columbia Supreme Court—
Price-Fixing Up held-—Judge Hamilton in
Kentucky Court

previous week by the United Gas Improvement Co. to test

of the Act.

Division of the Treasury De¬

It served to amplify an earlier ruling that the Act
applicable to railroads serving the government in the

continued.

with the

letter sent Nov. 17 by the Coal

Commission to the Procurement

closing week of November, following the filing of a suit the

alised

The ruling was

code for the industry.

a

partment.

the sales price at the

Constitutionality of Public
Act—SEC in Counter Move Files

yarious Utility Groups Move to Test
Suit

Coal Commis¬

ruling by the National Bituminous

a

sion, affecting Section

Upholds Act

meeting of the Board's Advisory

as

Coal Mined by
with Guffey Law—Regulations of NBCC
Railroads Carrying Mail

Operators Complying

Is Lacking

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
believes that there is no necessity for any immediate steps
to retard the rise in security markets, Marriner S. Eccles,
Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, said in a statement
on Nov. 22.
Mr. Eccles's statement followed the year's final

vance

the

.

Agencies and Contractors Must Use

Government

\

their

V

/

/

transportation of mails as well as firms and

of Governors of Federal Reserve

Purchases Are
fluence

Public Utility Act.

is

be dismissed.

System, Denies Need

Security

jurisdiction of the SEC under provisions of

lishes the

contained in the form of a

'

A

REVIEW

as

confusion.

many

under

cases,

Court has been careful to state," Judge Hamilton wrote,
that its decision is only applicable to the particular Act
The court is committed to the doctrine that the Con¬

consideration.

stitution
age

to

'

•

"The Supreme

"in

cases

is

a

live and vital instrument, and

is not static.

when written, more than a hundred years ago.

It speaks of the

The court expands it in

holding fast to the old words and powers, but
with the expansion of our country, its citizens,
its enterprises and industries, and our rapidly growing civilization.
"The Act here in question is not to be tested by the court's decision on
some previous Act, which was identical with a part of this one.
.
.
."

the

language of its

own age,

expanding them to keep

Several
Act.

In

a

other

pace

companies have also filed suit against the

suit, filed Nov. 21 in the Federal Court at

burgh, asking

an

Pitts¬

injunction against the imposition of penal-

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f

Dec., 1935]

Pittsburgh Coal Co. attacks

ties and taxes under the Act, the

the law as unconstitutional.

President of

J. D. A. Morrow,

(he company, said it takes the position that "Congress
no

power

has

bituminous

under the Constitution to regulate the

coal industry as provided in the Guffey Act."

representing 13,000,000

Four West Virginia coal companies,

Court injunc¬

tons annual production, have sought a Federal

sales levied under

tion to restrain collection of the 15% tax on
the

Guffey Coal Conservation Act

stitutional

producers who fail to

on

They claimed the tax violates their con¬
The firms are the Island Creek, Cabin

sign the coal code.
rights.

Creek, Pond Creek, Pocahontas and Mallory coal companies.
Court Restrains Treasury Collection of Processing

U. S. Supreme

&

Taxes

i

Rice—Case Will Be Argued

on

on

Dec. 16

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MONTHLY

Although the ruling

with

connection

the

'

took

a decision of six to three, granted a tem¬
injunction restraining the collection of the processing
tax of 1 cent a pound on rice.
Eight millers had filed peti¬
tions a month ago, asking the injunction pending a ruling by
the tribunal on the constitutionality of the processing taxes*
Justices Brandeis, Stone and Cardozo dissented from the
restraining order. The case will be argued on Dec. 16, and
the Court ordered that during: the period of the injunction

Court, which, by

porary

Immediately after the Court's decision, the AAA issued a
of farm contract payments,

which

involved

The

availability

the general funds of the Treasury." litigation by
processors in more than 1,000 actions throughout the country

already tied

than $150,000,000 of processing

up more

taxes.

!

Virginia

in

Finds

Amended Frazier-Lemke Farm

Mortgage

Act

Invalid by

Held

Court of Appeals at Chicago

Clause

Unconstitutional—Redemption

perhaps

handed

said the opinion

be noted,"

conclusion

our

affect only a very few cases so far

can

purchase and sale."

a

resisted

government

,

claim,

the

the ground

on

v

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Appellate Court Upholds New York State Mortgage Law—Permits
of Companies

Control of Issues

Take

to

Under

Jurisdiction of Banking Department

constitutionality of the law creating the New

The

State Mortgage Commission and giving it
cated mortgage
of the State

the

York

control over certifi¬

issues of corporations under the jurisdiction

Banking Department was upheld on Nov. 22 by

Appellate Division

which reversed a de¬

Brooklyn,

in

cision by Supreme Court Justice Faber.

This ruling permits

to take immediate control of mortgage-cer¬

the Commission

tificate issues of the Westchester Bond & Mortgage Co. and
Guaranteed

the

The Court of

Mortgage Co. of New York.

Appeals had previously upheld the Commission's jurisdiction
issues

mortgage

21

of

other

which were

companies

supervised by the State Insurance Department.
New York Fair Trade Act Held Unconstitutional in Action Against
R.

H.

Right of 'Producer

Reaches Consumer

-A;

York Supreme Court Justice Close

Macy & Co.—New

Denies

■

-

Until It

Commodity

to Control

V \.v'

"•••'•!.'.

P

t

The Field-Crawford Fair Trade Act of New York State is

according

unconstitutional,
Nov. 18

Federal Judge

far-reaching results that might have

validity of the tax been upheld.

dealings abroad.

out of

has

the taxpayer could not foresee, the court
the

that the Act was
^intended to punish speculation in silver that took place between the time
President Roosevelt's silver message was sent to Congress and when the
Act was put into effect.
The law had only a negligible effect in that it
discouraged speculation only in American markets, while it could not reach

met "by the Treasury

are

the conclusion that the tax was invalid

on

to

down by Judge
as the
Silver Act is concerned.
A contrary decision, however, if ultimately sus¬
tained, would have a very far-reaching effect in enabling similar retroactive
taxes to be imposed on practically every kind of business transaction which
"It should

Green, "that

over

the amount of accrued taxes be placed in escrow.

attention

call

eventuated had the

was

United States Supreme

statement that the order would not affect the

occasion to

Commission

Act

Adjustment

Agricultural

Nov. 25 by the

on

based

was

because it imposed a burden which

| One oif the most important legal rulings thus far issued in
handed down

3

REVIEW

in

down

handed

decision

a

by Doubleday Doran & Co., Inc., and

suit brought

a

to

by State Supreme Court Justice Frederick P. Close»

Doubleday Doran Bookshops, Inc., against R. H. Macy &

Co., to prevent the cutting of book prices under the statute
;

A ruling that the amended Frazier-Lemke Farm Mortgage

Act, providing

three-year moratorium on farm mortgages,

a

is unconstitutional

handed down Nov: 10 by Judge John

was

Paul, in United States District Court at Harrisonburg, Va,
Among the creditors in the

who attacked the law was

case

Senator Byrd of Virginia, who later indicated that. he was

acting, not in his personal capacity, but as guardian of the
of

estate

late

the

Congress.

Hal

Flood, Virginia

Representative in

Judge Paul's opinion held that the law abrogated

substantial

property rights guaranteed to creditors

Virginia statutes, and that the amendments failed to
come

all of

the

objections raised by the United

over¬

States

Court in holding the original Frazier-Lemke Act

preme

constitutional.
,

under

Under

applies to sales of all trade-marked commodities.

Justice

Philip A. Brennan of the Supreme Court in Brooklyn

had

upheld the constitutionality of the statute

and the
on

petitioners in the

Nov. 18 that

The

advertising, and added that "unless the courts are prepared
to hold that

by placing his brand!

ducer retains

un¬

its

r':': :

r::■?

"'-.V ?.V

■

fall."

VC'\«':s- *

Appeals Court Rules Dollar Devaluation Affects Foreign
Debtors and Creditors as Well as Americans—Decides Finnish

Nov. 16 by

on

fixing a three-year redemption period for farm property, and
that such regulation of property rights

is properly the

*

The amended Frazier-Lemke law

commodity the pro¬
until it

stage of distribution, this statute must

every

/

;v-■ "■

Industrial Mortgage

Appeals for the Seventh

three-judge tribunal held that

•

upon a

property right in that commodity

a

reaches the hands of the consumer so that he may

price at

Congress had exceeded its powers under the Constitution by

of the State.

opinion, said that "loss leaders" are

destructive of competitors than are other forms of

more

Bond

"

.

.

,

,

,

District, the redemption clause of the Frazier-Lemke Act is
unconstitutional.

Nov. 1,

New York

the United States Circuit Court of

held

on

before Judge Close indicated

they would probably appeal his ruling.

Justice Close, in his
no

case

Su¬

^

opinion handed down at Chicago

an

which

was

the

dollar

the

applies

effect

same

The decision

tional by Judge A. Lee Wyman in the Unttegl States District

.

as

'.

,

Appeals

on

Stipulated in
•'

Nov. 19 ruled

Congressional resolution$ devaluating

joint

American
with

also held unconstitu¬

?

The New York State Court of

that

power

-

Bank Nped Not Pay
i-

was

as

the

debtors and creditors
to citizens of the United States.
to foreign

handed down in

suit brought by the

a

Compania de Inversiones Internacionales of the Republic
of Colombia

to compel the

Industrial Mortgage Bank of

Court at Sioux Falls, S. D., on Nov. 30, when he ruled in favor

Finland to pay principal and interest on

Of,the Central Life Insurance Co. of Cincinnati,; Ohio, which
had attempted to foreclose on a 500-acre farm.

the

bonds of the Finnish

company

Judge Wyman

declared that the law deprived a mortgage holder of rights

guaranteed by the Constitution.

"in gold coin of the United States of America of
standard of weight and fineness as it existed on July 1

1924,"

as

provided in the bonds.

of Domestic
Foreign
Bids Cut to 2S%— Secretary of Interior Iekes' Bars Use of

President

Roosevelt

Materials

Federal Court of Claims in Washington Holds Invalid Retroactive
Tax Clause of Silver Purchase Act— 50% Levy Was

Congress in 1934
-

<

on

Imposed by
Profits from Silver Salee Made Prior to

I'"'

Signing of Act

The 50%

tax imposed by the Silver Purchase Act of 1934

profits made from sales of silver from May 15 1934 to
June 191934 (when the Act was signed), was ruled unconsti¬
on

tutional

on

Nov. 14 by the United States Court of < Claims in

Washington.

The decision

was

given in

Hudson, of New York, who sought to
he

on

recover

$4,311, the

just prior to the signing of
Justice

Judge

Booth and Judges

Washington

the Act.

the

court held that

tax

burden

the Act

imposed

14, special to

was

the

could

the

not

have

by

Chief

New York

amount

been understood and foreseen
v*

,

r

to

Insure

Projects—Differential

Use

Against

Foreign Materials—Order for German Steel Canceled.

President Roosevelt announced on Nov. 15 that a new dif¬

ferential of

25% had been established in favor of domestic

products to be used in Public Works Administration projects.
The President

thus indorsed the action of Secretary of, the

Interior Ickes,

who had previously barred the purchase of

foreign materials for Federal or non-Federal projects unless

approval is first obtained from him.
in favor of domestic materials was

The former differential
15%.

Mr. Roosevelt ex¬

plained that the government's policy had always been to use
ential had

PWA projects,

proved adequate for two

and the

years.

15% differ¬
•

The order of Secretary Ickes, which followed protests made

by William Green, President of the American Federation of

Labor,

»-

.

Approves Move

PWA

domestic materials on

decision,

invalid because "the nature and

by the taxpayer at the time he made the purchases."




to

Littleton, Williams and Whaley,

Nov.

account,

As

Green, and concurred in

"Times" of Nov. 15, said as follows:
The

sum

the profit

on

the purchase and sale of 500,000 ounces of silver

handed down by

of

suit by Percy K.

paid under the 50% retroactive tax provision

he made

a

a

on

and officials representing other organizations, was

directed against the purchase of German steel for use on two

projects of the PWA, viz., the Triborough

Bridge in

York City and the Ocean Terminal at Morehead City,

New

N. C.

"

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4

same

the contract.
the American Federation of

time, have been awarded
Green, President of

William

the new regulations by Secretary
meet the situation in a con¬
y';'".
"
K:

Labor, said on Nov. 16 that
Ickes

Co., it was

The Jones & Laughlin

Nov. 21.

on

announcel on
indicated at the

foreign purchases "will

structive way."

Consumption—Assumes

Functions
to

Sur¬
Functions of

operating needs

of

Administration. Chester C. Davis, Admin¬
the Agricultural Adjustment Act, has been named

ganized

?v.

Recognizes

Court

Ruling—

United States Gold Clause
Government Bonds Sold

the

This

in

British

of

Holder

Rules

London dismissed

issued by the
the contention

Court in
of

from France

too strong

November

funds

is none

realm.

The

matter for sur¬

in China were accentu¬

by the egregious silver-buying program of the

United States government

The steady enhancement in the

of silver made protective endeavors necessary in
China, but the strict embargo on silver exports proved in¬
effective.
Smuggling proceeded apace, and as the silver
vanished from China to rest needlessly in American vaults,

place

business troubles developed in China.
might be aban¬

price deflation and

There were rumors in advance that silver

Sterling exchange

being paid out for the extensive war

doned in favor of a managed currency,

and the mere pros¬

depreciation of Chinese
rise in general prices. There appears
assuming that the Chinese authorities

pect of such action caused a quick
paper currency

and a

to be some reason for

purchases of that

advised in

were

The
capital flight was stimulated by uncertainty regarding the
internal political position in France.
The fear prevailed that

country, but the Bank of France

comply with the

whose sway

world price

represented Italian

the metal doubtless

Some of

Nanking authorities,

in some parts of the vast Chinese

ated gravely

manifested persistent strength in this situation, while gold
flowed from France to the United States by every available
vessel.

and business firms in the large

attempt now announced, however, is not a

London and New

funds.

degree of complete¬

It is realized in informed

prise, since the depression phenomena

of enormous proportions took

York the chief recipients of the

matter for conjecture.

demands of the

s.

continued to prevail throughout

throughout November, with

by the Chinese authori¬

trading centers are apt, in the beginning, to

to the monetary problems

A capital flight

acute.

a

circles that only a few banks

of the world. No
moves of any kind were made toward stabilization of the
floating units, while on the other hand the situations of
the French franc and the Italian lira seemed to become more
regard

is

board and

legal tender notes.

actually, can be carried out with any

ness

government was

Unsettlement

Banks and other holders of silver

Whether the measures announced
ties

the United States Congress

International Currency Developments

with

paper

required to turn such metal over to a special

receive in exchange new

only obliged to pay lawful cur¬
in respect to each nominal dollar.

that the
rency

Justice

gold bond
British government in 1917 and supported
that payment was determined by the United

States law and the resolution of

currency.

were

gold clause in a 20-year 5^% coupon

the direct

act as the de¬

and to provide rediscounting facili¬
institutions. All obligations payable in terms
made payable, by the decree, in the new legal

tender

petition of right that raised the issue

a

is to be reor¬

of China," and

institution is to hold the reserves, to

ties for other

United
dollar is the basis on which the British government
discharge its obligations on bonds containing the

gold clause and sold in the United States in 1917.
Branson in the King's Bench Division of the High

Bank

Reserve

of silver were

Country Must Accept United States Currency
on Nov. 8 ruled that the present

should

new

"Central

the

as

pository for public funds,

A British court

States

The Central Bank of China

from circulation.

President of the FSCC.
British

Inflation is to be
the Chinese dollar

government-controlled banks at about the level
A broad program of banking and monetary
reform was instituted at the same time.
The Central Bank
of China, the Bank of Communications and the Bank of
China are to have the sole power to issue currency here¬
after, and notes of other banks of issue are to be withdrawn

tural Adjustment
istrator of

and

existing.

then

announced by the Agricul¬

organization of which has been

disparity between the price

,the world price.

to Mr. Kung,

according

the measure
Chinese

by

pegged

under recently enacted

Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation,

taken over by the

in

the serious over-valuation of

and the attendant wide

silver in China and

avoided,

Agricultural Adjustment Act, are being

amendments to the

in which it was claimed that

made necessary by

currency

Corporation,

Surplus Relief

Federal

the

of

meet

by the Nanking

nationalized and paper currency made

Finance Minister,

FSRC

modified

3

legal
tender for all purposes.
Concurrently with the promulgation
of this decree, a statement was issued by H. H. Kung, the
China would be

Commodities Corporation Formed to Buy

Encourage

pluses,

Nov.

Effective on the following

authorities declared that all monetary silver

the

day,

of the world an announcement of a some¬

nature was made

government of China.

national

was

Federal Surplus

ominous

what

of German steel was

the purchase

for

tract

r

1

.

On the other side

Triborough Bridge Authority of the con¬

Cancellation by the

*

also lost gold heavily.

this matter by Sir Frederick Leith-Ross,

adviser to the British Treasury,
weeks surveying the

some

cial

laws to legalize
decrees issued by Premier Pierre Laval dur¬

assistance

to

the

who has been in China for

possibility of international finan¬

Chinese

government.;

The

the Parliament would not enact the necessary
the hundreds of

of other countries might

British

authorities suggested early this year that a loan

ing the five preceding months, and it was

realized that any

made.

of the Premier in the Chamber

power

the chief defender of the franc. Indicative of the
were three consecutive advances in
the French

Also highly significant

By far the most important of the special trade treaties
under the special powers granted to President
was negotiated swiftly
with Canada, early lastv

month, during a brief visit to the White House in Washing¬
ton by the Canadian Prime Minister, Mackenzie King.
Mr.

is the fact that open debate deyeloped
regarding the advisability

King

steadily is becoming more des¬

perate is indicated by a decision to
the

Bank

gold for

sources

known

of

Italy and of the

of the extent of

It is accepted, however, that gold re¬

of the country are dwindling sharply.
on

to pay a

on

authorized

internal gold acquisitions over the

The new buying

of 12.35 lire per gram.

price of 15.45 lire per gram was viewed in some circles as
an effective 20% devaluation of the lira, but since the ex¬
ternal value of the lira was maintained at about 3% under
nominal gold parity, some doubt

exists on this point.

The

Italian authorities declared that the increase of the internal

is only temporary.

Appeals were made to patriotic

Italians to turn in their ?old rings and trinkets so that
ther purchases

fur¬

of essential war supplies might be made, and

Rome reports state

that long lines of

men

and women gath¬

ered at the offices of the Fascist organization to give or
their ornaments.

The sanctions

now

sell

applied against Italy

by 50 member States of the League of Nations are sure to
make the Italian

position precarious in

some

respects.

The

agreement to purchase no more Italian goods will increase
the drain on the already slim gold supplies




Special interests that are directly affected promptly pro¬
tested some of the terms and organized to wage a fight

It was made

Nov. 27 that the Bank of Italy had been

25% premium

former official price

price

in effect
The new treaty was signed
Secretary of State Cordell Hull and
Mr. King, and statements then made manifested the most
cordial good-will on both sides.
President Roosevelt made the
terms available for publication on Nov. 18 and, in general, the
treaty received wide praise on both sides of the border.

Nov. 15 in Washington by

Italian Treasury.

and there is no knowledge here

France,

elected recently on a platform calling for better
the United States, and he hastened to

place the promise

publish no more state¬

purchase of war materials moves through

recent, shipments.

was

trade relations with

That the Italian position

of

'

Roosevelt

of franc devaluation.

Italian

,

arranged

rate moving to 6% from 3%.

in the Chamber late in November

ments

,

Trade Treaties

situation

bank rate during 12 days, the

<

would remove from

defeat

be advisable, but no

by a group
progress wast

of Italy.

.

against

tjie accord.

Representatives of the lumber industrv

particularly vociferous in their protesta¬
tions,, as the treaty provides for sharp reduction in the im¬
port duties on several types of Canadian lumber. Industrial
interests in Canada expressed concern to their own govern¬
ment regarding the numerous reductions in Canadiap duties
on American products.
Such protests were to be expected,
however, and they detract little from the widespread praise
heaped upon the treaty.
The accord is to be effective
Jan. 1 1936, and there are already indications that it will
stimulate the Administration program of concluding similar
accords with many countries throughout the world.
Under the accord, both countries remain obligated to grant
each other most-favored-nation treatment, Canada specifi¬
in this country were

cally exempting from that provision the component parts
the British Empire, while the United States exempted

of
its

This merely continues the status pre¬
vailing before the treaty was signed.
The concessions made
can be summarized only briefly here, as they are sweeping
and inclusive.
The United States agrees to reduce import
possessions and Cuba.

levies for fixed quotas

of cattle, some dairy and other agri-

MONTHLY REVIEW

Dec., 1935]

and specific descriptions of timber, such
Western hemlock.
Duties are to be
lowered on Canadian hay, horses, halibut and minor fish
supplementing the New England catch, some types of leather
goods, live poultry, apples, maple sugar, ferromanganese,
ferrosilicon and acetic acid.
On all whiskies aged four years
or more in the wood
the import duty is to be reduced to
$2.50 a gallon from $5 a gallon. It is also provided that the
United States will not raise duties on certain important Cana¬

cultural products,

Douglas fir

as

and will keep on the free list

dian exports

of

and

like nature.

a

Vy\\
by Canada provide for specific duty
180 items imported from the United States
■

reduc¬
and a
767 items and sub-

The concessions

tions

on

other products

guarantee is extended of lowest rates on
items on the tariff schedules of that country.

Widespread

fleets, and a rapid collapse of the conference would
surprising. The essentials of the naval problem
have been apparent for many months.
No leading naval
Power agrees with any other regarding objectives, and the
heavy building programs projected for the future are not
likely to be curtailed by anything said or done at London.
The United States government has given ample evidence
of its desire to continue the Washington and London treaties,
tion^

not prove

but

other

no

country

to support that simple plan.
cruisers and ap¬

cares

Great Britain wants to build 20 additional

parently hopes to gain American acquiescence through aban¬
donment of opposition to large battleships. Japan denounced
the Washington treaty and hopes to persuade Great Britain
and America to limit their fleets to the size of the Japanese
France

fleet.

was

made

apprehensive by the British accord

Germany received permission to build up to 35%
of the British fleet, and French building plans have been

whereunder

agricultural products of
this country; potatoes were transferred
the free list,
oranges placed on the free list for part of the year, and cotton
bound to the Canadian free list.
Numerous reductions are
made by Canada on imports of American machinery, indus¬
trial equipment, iron and steel mill products, oil products,
cotton fabrics and similar items.
American tractors were

expanding for some time.
This affects the Italian position
directly, and further complications were introduced by the
current Anglo-Italian contest for supremacy in the Mediter¬
ranean.
The international atmosphere is highly charged at

placed on the free list, while magazines and periodicals also
are to be admitted free.
Benefits were extended by Canada
to American commercial travelers with samples, and ameli¬

naval agreement.

reductions

are

oration was

effected

on

many

promised of the Canadian system

ference

far

overshadows

London con¬

likelihood of a satisfactory

any

'

,

f

American Neutrality

~r-: ■■■•',

of arbitrary

U:;;.

r

Some highly important and

valuation of certain imports.

negotiating this accord the principle plainly was fol¬
of granting concessions specifically on products that
are of peculiar importance to the two countries concerned.
When making the terms public, President Roosevelt stated
that commerce between Canada and the United States might
double within two years.
It was pointed out that threefourths of our dutiable exports to Canada were affected by
In

lowed

the .Canadian

present, and the possibility for mischief at the

concessions, while two-thirds of Canada's ex¬

ports to (this country would be benefited similarly.
In a
comprehensive announcement regarding the accord, the State
Department in Washington pointed out that it is "of major
importance to the producers and consumers of both countries,
and the stimulating effects of which on industry and com¬
merce as a whole will be a material factor in general eco¬

possibly portentous measures
were
taken by the Administration in Washington during
November, in an endeavor to assure American neutrality in
the current Italo-Ethiopian war and in any European reper¬
cussions of that conflict.
The steps taken have a bearing
not only on the war now in progress, but also on the general
principle of neutrality.
That the desire of the American
people is for absolute aloofness and avoidance of any actions
tending to embroil this country in European wars is suf¬
ficiently obvious.
Under the neutrality resolution passed by
Congress in its closing sessions last August, embargoes
promptly were proclaimed on exports-to either combatant
of munitions and

arms.

But President Roosevelt and Secre¬

Cordell. Hull attempted assiduously - during
November to extend the neutrality measures beyond the let¬
of State

tary

of the

neutrality resolution.

Official

displeasure was

nomic recovery on both

ter

it was added,

expressed regarding the increase of exports to Italy of vari¬
ous so-called essential war materials, and there were rumors

sides of the border." The agreement,
"should assure a marked increase in the ex¬

ports of each country to the other, and that means a marked
increase in their total export trade, since Canada is the

exports and since the United
States is the second largest consumer of Canada's exports."
Progress also was made 1ost, month with the Brazilian
treaty, which long was under consideration in the congress
of that country.
The pact finally was approved by the
Brazilian Legislature on Nov. 15, and it is expected to become
operative within a short period.
The major concession of
the United States in that accord was a guarantee that coffee
will remain on the free list, but duties are to be lowered on a
number of items of Brazilian production. (Brazil agreed to
lower import duties on 67 tariff classifications, including
some important American manufactures.
It is not believed
in Brazil that the United States will gain marked trade ad¬
vantages from the treaty. The praise heaped in this country
on the trade treaty with Canada stimulated the Administra¬
tion in Washington to attempt further negotiations for ad¬
ditional pacts of a like nature.
A delegation from The
Netherlands was received in Washington on Nov. 18, and
active discussions promptly started on a new trade accord.
Negotiations also are in progress with numerous other
second largest customer for our

;

countries.
Blocked Balances in Brazil

Resources of the Export-Import

Bank of Washington are
business firms to

to be made available for aiding American

realize dollars

on

their

funds held in

blocked

accounts in

Brazil, according to an announcement made in Washington
Nov. 19.
Such blocked balances were estimated in Washing¬

$20,000,000 to $30,000,000, but an official statement
Brazilian Finance Minister placed the amount at
$21,650,000. The officials of the bank, which was organized
with United States government funds to aid trade, made the
declaration immediately after the Brazilian Congress ratified
the reciprocal trade accord negotiated last February, and
it was indicated that the plan is contingent upon the trade
treaty coming into full effect.
The project for making dol¬
lars available against the blocked balances also is intended
to aid trade.
Non-interest bearing notes of the Brazilian
ton

at

by the

government, to be issued against the blocked funds, are to be
purchased by the bank up to 60% of holdings of individual
firms, but not more than $17,000,000 notes will be purchased
in the aggregate.
Such purchases are to be without recourse
to the seller, and it was indicated that additional purchases
<

might be made if indemnity against loss is furnished by the
holders.

materials from

such

be sought for permissive embargoes on
the coming Congress.
Unfortunately,

preceded with curious regularity the sanc¬
of the League of Nations, and the impression
thus was gained in many quarters that the Administration
really was attempting to act in concert with the League and
chiefly against Italy.
Whether such impressions have any
basis in fact is difficult to say, but it remains true that any
official leaning to one side or the other in a foreign war is
the surest and quickest way to embroilment,
r
Secretary of State Hull discussed the neutrality problem
broadly in a statement made on Nov. 6. He declared, in that
address, that a policy of aloofness is not sufficient and urged
the official steps

tions proposals

that the United

States also use its influence "in any appro¬

priate way to bring about the settlement of international
differences."
Every war presents different circumstances
and conditions which might have to be dealt with differently
both as to time and manner, the Secretary stated.
"For
these reasons,

differences inherent in any effort to lay down
by legislative enactment inelastic rules or regulations to be

applied to every situation that may develop will at once be
apparent," he continued.
"The Executive should not be
unduly or unreasonably handicapped. There are a number of
ways in which discretion could wisely be given the President
which are not and could not be seriously controversial. These

might well include discretion as to the time of imposing an
Moreover, we should not concentrate entirely on
means for remaining neutral
and lose sight of other con¬
embargo.

structive measures for avoiding involvement in wars between
other countries."
Mr. Hull began

to express concern in mid-November re¬

garding a sharp increase of exports to Italy.
He issued a
warning on Nov. 15 against exports to that country of oil,
copper, trucks, tractors, scrap iron and scrap steel.
"This
class of trade," he said, "is directly contrary to the policy
of this government, as announced in official statements of the
President and Secretary of State, and it is also contrary to
the
was

general spirit of the Neutrality Act." More pointed still
an attempt on Nov. 22 to prevent the transportation to

Italy of oil in ships that were constructed in part with the
aid of Treasury funds.
The United States Shipping Board
sent letters to all operators of vessels in which the Board
an

Mr.

Hull

letter

attention the statement by
The clear implication of the

interest calling to their

has

made

was

on

Nov. 15.

that financial pressure might be brought to bear

ship operators failed to observe the neutrality policy
of the Administration.
Concurrently, the Department of

if the
Naval Conference

Arrangements were pushed steadily during November for
five-Power naval armaments conference which Prime

the

Minister

that legislation will

Stanley Baldwin will

open

in London

on

Dec. 6.

Strong delegations to the gathering were appointed by the
United States, Great Britaih, France and Japan, and it was

accepted that Italy also will send prominent spokesmen to
It was suggested in London that the conference

the meeting.

might last six or seven months, and if aP current naval prob¬
threshed out the delegations assuredly
will be in London for a long time.
But there are manv deli¬

special schedule showing exports
colonies in
recent months, as compared with similar periods of last year.
Press correspondents in Washington called to the attention
of the State Department on Nov. 23 that cotton was omitted
from the official list of essential war materials, and it was
Commerce made public a

of various classes of commodities to Italy and her

promptly indicated by Mr. Hull that a restriction on exports
of that staple to Italy might follow any rapid increase of

lems are thoroughly

exports.

diplomatic aspects of the naval armaments problem,
with only slim chances for any genuine agreement on limita¬

Geneva

cate




These

;;f-:^
steps at Washington

..'■>*',r?' 'l":coincided with

'

reports from

that the League Committee of Eighteen, concerned

with sanctions against

Italy, would meet Nov. 29 to approve

including oil and various other
French governments decided
suddenly upon a postponement, of the League committee
meeting to Dec. 12.
Criticism of the course pursued by the
Administration waxed when it appeared that the United
States government was out-sanctioning the League itself, and
an attempt was made on Nov. 26 to clarify the American
position. It was declared at the State Department, on "high
official authority," that the American course is one of strict
independence from the League and of non-collaboration with
that body and the Powers which are determining its activi¬
ties.
The aim at Washington, it was further indicated, is
rather to prevent any undue increase in shipments of essen¬
tial war materials to the belligerents than to interfere in
normal trade in such commodities.

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their attitude stiffened perceptibly when

further list of sanctions,

lated that

essentials.. But the British and

League Sanctions Against

reports were circu¬

Lake Tana

the Italians planned a drive in the

region of Ethiopia, where British interests are
Intertwined with all these developments were

important.

continual
extensive
European alignments.
Highly significant were new conver¬
sations between French and German representatives regard¬
ing the understood aim of Chancellor Hitler for German ex¬
pansion in the East at the expense of Russia.
,'i'-V.rumors

other

of

involving

negotiations

all

the

•'*'/>

War in Ethiopia

'•v'/V."••

War developments

in Ethiopia were quite in line with the

expectations of military experts throughout November. The
Italian armies continued during the first week of the month
.

Italy

of sanctions against Italy, started in Octo¬
ber with a munitions embargo, the League of Nations added
materially in November.
Acting under the unrelenting in¬
sistence of British spokesmen,
the League Committee of
Eighteen made provision early in the month for three sanc¬
tions proposals, to become effective Nov. 18, and the arrange¬
ment was duly observed.
The newest sanctions are far more
important than the embargo on munitions and the decision
to prohibit financial aid to Italy.
They comprise an embargo
on purchases of Italian goods by member
States, and sales
to Italy of certain key raw materials.
Also included in the
group is an agreement by the members of the League to
extend aid to those countries applying the sanctions which
To its program

penetration of Ethiopian territory which was started on
3, but they met increasing resistance as their lines of
communication lengthened, and the guerilla tactics of the
the

Oct.

Ethiopian commanders finally made the Italian position un¬
comfortable on some fronts.
Rome appeared to be discon¬
tented with the rate of the Italian advance, for announce¬
ment was made Nov. 16 that General Emilio de Bono would
be

replaced in the high command of all forces

in East Africa

by Marshal Pietro Badoglio.
The Italian movements were
almost entirely unopposed until the second week in November.
At that time the northern Italian army, moving southward

penetrated to Makale, while the southern
northward from Italian Somaliland, were
pushing on to Daggah Bur. Important concentrations of Ethi¬
opian troops began to harass the lines of communication on
both fronts, and the extensive armies made a quick Italian
retreat necessary in the south at the end of November.
The
are apt to suffer in an economic sense from the loss of trade
withdrawal carried the southern Italian army back virtually
with Italy.
Fifty nations agreed to support these measures,
to the starting point in Somaliland, and there were even some
and there has been ample evidence that Premier Mussolini
is finding them somewhat embarrassing.
The most signifi¬ reports that Ethiopians had invaded the Italian colony. In
the north, large groups of Ethiopians appeared behind the
cant of the sanctions undoubtedly is that for an embargo on
Italian lines, and it was doubtless with a view to the need
purchases of Italian wares/ since supplies of foreign exchange
for avoiding another catastrophe like that of 1896 that Mar¬
are curtailed by this agreement and Italy already has found
shal Badoglio intimated that Italian lines would be extended
it necessary to seek the gold of her citizens to augment the
to include Lake Tana.
On the whole, expectations of opti¬
funds needed for external purchases of war supplies.
Just
mistic Italians that Ethiopia could be overwhelmed in a
before the sanctions became effective an immense movement
few months were disappointed, for it is now evident that the
of freight to Italy was reported, and it may be assumed that
Ethiopian war will be long drawn out, unless diplomatic
the prohibition of key material exports to Italy is not of
arrangements for its cessation can be made in Europe.
much
from Eritrea, had

forces, advancing

moment.^v.;*./,<'

The list of essential materials

to con¬
Italy late in* November.
previously interdicted did not

other

commodities obtainable from

The League, still under British impulsion, started

;

sider

additio^hl sanctions against

include

oil and

certain

non-member States of the League,

such

the United States

as

An international effort was in progres&to
obtain American and German collaboration! in the Leagije

and

Germany.

plans, and a measure of success apnears to have attended
the endeavors.
The United States government attempted to

trucks
materials. Ger¬

curtail the rising trade with Italy in oil, copper, motor
and tractors, and a few other
authorities

man

issued

a

essential

list of

war

metals and foodstuffs

of

exportation was prohibited, but coal and other
basic commodities were not included, and it would appear
.that the German authorities merely attempted to safeguard
their internal supplies of wares considered essential in that
country.
The League committee arranged in mid-November
to meet Nov. 20 for applying oil and other sanctions against
Italy, but the diplomatic conversations of British, French
and Italian spokesmen changed the outlook rapidly and it
was finally agreed to have the committee meet Dec. 12 for
consideration of additional sanctions.
It was reported, ap¬
which the

parently on good authority, that Premier Mussolini
consider such further sanctions a cause for war, and
be

this

that

had

threat

something

to do

with

would
it may

the

stricter diplomatic sense, the European

repercussions
ominous
during November. Another major war scare seemed to be de¬
veloping owing to the animus between England and Italy.
a

of the Italo-Etliiopian war became somewhat more

of troops
threatened the
Egyptian border, no correspondingly amicable move was
made by the British government.
There was a general ex¬
pectation that some of the numerous British fleet units con¬

Although Premier Mussolini withdrew

division

a

from the Italian colony of Libya, where they

centrated
the

in

British

Mediterranean would

the

national

election

of

be withdrawn

Nov.

after

but such hopes
.were
disappointed. : The British fleet was kept at full
strength, and the impatience and resentment of the Italians
is perhaps best illustrated by Rome reports of the forma¬
tion of an airplane detachment
pledged to self-destruc¬
tion through bombing of enemy ships in the event of war¬
fare.

Premier

Mussolini

14,

of sanctions in
addresses to the Italian people, and he sent notes to each
country applying them in which they were held individuallv
responsible. The project of a joint reply was considered for a
time at Geneva, but was abandoned.
The tone of the replies
finally made varied from the uncompromising British attispoke

\

British Election

vy/A
Results of

the

British national election

harshly

of Nov. 14 were

thoroughly in keeping with expectations, and it is apparent
that no change is to be anticipated in British external or
internal policies. Conservatives

Members of Parliament were
no question
can arise
regarding the control to be exercised by Prime
Minister Stanley Baldwin during the next four to five years.
returned in

an

overwhelming majority, so that

The Conservatives obtained sufficient

seats to give them a

majority of about 250 members. This is a marked reduction
from the 411 majority in the last House, but it remains

ample.
The voting reflected some swing back toward the
Laborites, who were swept from power in the so-called "panic
election" of 1931, but Liberal factions were unable to in¬
crease their representation. Ramsay MacDonald, who joined
the National government four years ago, was defeated, and
his son, Malcolm, also failed to obtain a seat.
Provision was
made, however, for both former Laborites to retain their
Cabinet posts.
The new Parliament was called to meet on
Dec. 3, and it is expected that Mr. Baldwin will push his
election program of enlarged armaments, improvements in
the old age and unemployment relief schemes, and building
projects.
'

Japan and China

post¬

ponement.
Ih

•

,

Japanese threats of a further encroachment upon Chinese
territory were prevalent during October and the early part
of November, and they were realized beginning Nov. 25,
when an
"autonomy" movement started under Japanese
tutelage in an area of Eastern Hopei Province embracing a
population of 4,000,000 Chinese.
On Nov. 27 the Japanese
military authorities of the puppet-State of Manchukuo sent

3,000 of their picked troops southward to the new area, and
garrisons in Tientsin and Peiping also were reinforced. The
new Japanese method of promoting autonomy movements is
slightly more refined than the bare-faced invasion of Man¬
churia some years ago, but it is no more deceptive and ap¬
parently no less effective.
It is hardly to be disputed that
the Japanese measures constitute aggression in quite the
same sense that Italian moves in Ethiopia constitute aggres¬
sion, but
actions

no

notice

seems

to have been taken of the Japanese

by th# League of Nations.

British and American

government officials consulted regarding the Japanese in¬
vasion of China proper, but there is every indication that
London and Washington are content to observe

developments

without

tude to the conciliatory reply of Premier Laval of France.
While sanctions were under discussion, diplomatic conver¬
sations continued

l,

taking formal action.
The British Foreign Office
took the mild step on Nov. 28 of instructing its embassy in
Tokio to inquire regarding the intentions of the Japanese
government in China.
London report^ made it clear that
the "polite" inquiry did not signify any intention even of

invoking the nine-Power treaty, but was due mainly to Brit¬

a
<

on

a

dozen fronts in the endeavor to find

solution for the difficulties encountered

Italian

as a

result of the

against Ethiopia. The League itself > prepared
for a settlement when it voted on Nov. 2 to confer a

war

the way
mandate

on

Great

Britain

and

France

to

"seek

a

solution

»acceptable to the three parties—Italy, Ethiopia and the
League." Premier Laval labored night and day to adjust the
differences between Italy and Great Britain, but it is doubt¬
.

ful whether much progress was made.
to be available for




The British were said

discussions regarding a

settlement, but

ish financial interests in

"

hapds.

railways which fell into Japanese
■

v.

Japanese authorities made

no

secret of their intention to

occupy a section of northern China through the flimsy de¬
vice of setting up an independent regime.
After some hesita¬

tion in mid-November, the plans apparently were perfected,
for the autonomy declaration involving a part of Hopei
Province

was

militarized

made by Yin Ju-keng, administrator of the de¬

area

south of the Great Wall.

Mr. Yin is related

Nov.

by marriage to a ranking Japanese army officer, and he owes
appointment to the Japanese. The proclamation recog¬
nized the sovereignty of the Nanking government but warned
that no interference would be permitted in local affairs.

expected, for the
Japanese authorities apparently are determined to detach no
less than five Chinese provinces, containing 95,000,000 souls,
from that country.
But some delay was experienced, owing
to cautious opposition by the ineffectual Nanking govern¬
ment.
The impatient Japanese military authorities warned
that they would brook little postponement of their plans,
but the attitude of Nanking seems to have been insufficient
base actual

to

announcements are

"autonomy"

military • opposition thereon.

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Operating Level—Scrap Pricet

Steel Trade at Higher

.

51.50c.

/

Continue to

outlook for higher retail nrices of

terials maintain their

week

the

reached
were

beginning Nov. 25

since

the

estimated

week of

at 56.1%.

at 55.4%

(the

highest level
when operations

June 18 1934,

At the close of November 1934

reported at 28.1% of capacity.
"Metal and Mineral Markets,"
7 stated that producers of major nonferrous metals were optimistic over the immediate outlook,
based chiefly on the heavy movement of copper, lead and zinc
into production.
Though buying of lead again was on a
substantial scale during the week ended Nov. 13, the feature
operations

V

As

in its

in

to

were

non-ferrous metals,

issue of

Nov.

tjie market during that period was zinc.

of non-ferrous metals into consumption

The movement

held

up remarkably
Nov. 20, and the undertone con¬
sale^ for that week
being well above the average; zinc business was fair, con¬
sidering the heavy buying in the preceding seven-day period.
During the week ended Nov. 27 buying interest in non-ferrous
metals shifted to copper, activity in the metal increasing
as the week progressed;
offerings up to the close continued

well during the week ended

tinued firm; demand for lead was active,

fairly numerous on the 9.25c. Valley basis.

During the latter

demand for lead slackened, which was more or less
expected after the recent»heavy purchases; zinc was un¬
changed ; spot and near-by tin continued to suffer because of
the scarcity of supplies, and the spread in prices between
week,

the
.

positions and futures remains abnormally wide.
Here in New York, Lake and electrolytic copper remained
near

sonal
•




influences in

November

and December,

however, are

usually less favorable and, although output this month may
fall under
cession

October, the trade hopes

may

that the customary re¬
Warm weather in
and retail

be less marked this year.

October and early November retarded wholesale
sales and

consequently re-orders have been spotty.

Several

large buyers, however, are reported as placing some of their

spring business,

but the

bulk of these orders may not be

written until after the coming style shows.
"The

diminishing activity noted in

leather trade last month

has become

some

sections of the
Thte

rather general.

lull in the volume of new orders is considered seasonal and

prices have been fairly steady.
Tanners have a backlog of
orders and are busy on deliveries against these contracts.
Furthermore, government purchases of service shoes promise
to use a sizable quantity of heavy leather in coming months.
"Hide

markets

during

the

past

few

weeks

have

been

affected by the

struggle of manufacturers to raise retail shoe
prices to a replacement basis, the seasonally lower demand
for leather, and proposals to release from 5 to 10% of the
estimated 1,990,000 light hides and skins held by the govern¬
Action

ment.

on

the latter proposal now rests with the De¬

partment of Agriculture, and an early decision is expected.
This situation again calls attention to the stronger stock

position of heavy as opposed to light hides.

"Packer hides have reacted moderately from their recent
high, due in part to seasonal declines in the quality of recent
offerings.
Demand, although restricted to relatively few
buyers, has been moderately good and currently available
stocks are believed to be conservative.
Throughout the year
estimated uninspected
and inspected slaughter has been
heavy, but, supported by a heavy production of shoes, tanners
have

processed the hides so actively that since Jan. 1 there
7% reduction in raw stocks."

has been a

unchanged, being quoted throughout the month at 9.37%c.
9.00c., respectively. Lead at New York also showed no

Zinc at New York, after
rising from 5.22%c. to 5.27%c. on Nov. 8, returned to the
former price on the 13th, and closed the month at that figure.
Tin at New York, after reaching a high of 53.62%c. on

demand. If raw ma¬
and quality is to be

current values

"Trade estimates of production in October exceed the
September output and raise the 10 months' total above a
similar period in both the peak years of 1934 and 1929.
Sea¬

.:7

and

change, holding at the 4.50c. basis.

men's wear, but the large
advances in women's

oppose

preserved, the trade feels that it is onlv a question of time
before these moderate markups become general.

The American Iron and Steel Institute estimated the oper-.

ating rate of steel companies having 98.2% of the steel
capacity of the industry at 50.9% for the week beginning
Nov. 4 (against 51.9% for the week beginning Oct. 28); for
the week
beginning Nov. 11 operations were reported at
52.6% of capacity; for the following week at 53.7%, and for

still

shoes for fear of restricting consumer

ton to $13.00 on Nov. 19, and to $13.25 on
Nov. 26 (the highest level reached since the first week in
October 1930); a year ago steel scrap was quoted at $10.33 a
•.

distributors

fixed-price

gross

:'X. -i77 7''

in its "New England

lower, demand is somewhat irregular, but shoe prices have
sustained their moderately strong undertone.
"The chief feature of the month was the definitely clearer

pound for the month, and compares with
Pig iron continued its advance
which began on Oct. 29, when an increase was announced of
17c. (or from $17.84 to $18.01 a gross ton), rising to $18.84
on Nov.
5; latter price continued in effect during the re¬
mainder of the month, and compares with $17.90 at the close
of November 1934.
The price of scrap, after declining during
the month of October 1935, rose on Nov. 12 to $12.75 from

v-,

ago.

The First National Bank of Boston,

a

.

a year

Letter," under date of Nov. 29, discusses these markets as
follows:,/:>■:;/1 V47/; 7';'.,..
7'7,;;' ''v;/-'.'' ■ .7/
"November footwear production is believed to be seasonally

2.124c. in effect a year ago.

gross-ton.

to exceed shipments and
new business booked during November.
New orders booked
at lumber mills during the week ended Nov. 23 1935 increased
nearly 5% over the preceding week; production of reportingmills was 1% above, and mill shipments 7% below the week,
ended Nov. 16, according to reports to the National Lumber
Manufacturers Association from regional associations.
Re¬

Hides, Leather and Footwear

1936, provides for reduced Canadian duties on a wide
range of iron and steel and machinery products.
The Cana¬
dian concessions go beyond tariff reductions, since they re¬
move a system of arbitrary valuations now applied to many
commodities.
The "Iron Age" composite for finished steel

a

£

''■V4'

Production of lumber continued

similar date

Jan. 1

$12.58

4

;

.

35% above, and shipments, 21% above.
During the week ended Nov. 23 a total of 548 mills reported
production of 211,127,000 feet of hardwoods and softwoods
combined, shipments of 174,709,000 feet, and orders booked
amounting to 203,557,000 feet
For the preceding week, 576
mills produced a total of 208,100,000 feet, shipped 187,557,000
feet, and received orders for 194,634,000 feet. For the week
ended Nov. 9 reports from 562 mills showed production of
218,158,000 feet, shipments of 186,274,000 feet, and new busi¬
ness of 196,527,000 feet.
For the week ended Nov. 2 a total
bf 583 mills produced 217,374,000 feet, shipped 215,559,000
feet, and received orders for 213,966,000 feet.
All regions but West Coast, Northern pine and Northern
hardwoods reported orders below production, and all but the
last two named, and Cypress, reported shipments below out¬
put during the week ended Nov. 23 1935.
All reporting
regions but Northern pine and Northern hemlock showed
orders, all but Northern pine reported shipments, and all but
Northern hardwoods reported production above correspond¬
ing week of 1934.
/
Reports from 480 softwood mills on Nov. 23 1935 give un¬
filled orders of 031,196,000 feet and gross stocks of 3,538,781,000 feet. The 465 identical softwood mills report unfilled
orders as 627,138,000 feet on Nov. 23 1935, or the equivalent
of 30 days' average production, compared with 445,964,000
feet, or the equivalent of 21 days' average production on

that the turn-about-face on finished steel prices came
as a surprise.
Rising demand, higher costs of scrap, pig iron
and fuel, and finally the recent advances in semi-Finished
steel—all had pointed to a mark-up of finished products as
a logical sequence.
The reciprocal tariff agreement between
the United States and Canada, which is to go into effect

at 2.13c.

:

.

Lumber Movement

.

All items were re¬
ported by 468 identical softwood mills as appreciably in ex¬
cess
of corresponding period of 1934, production at these
mills being reported as 45% above last year; new business,

say

held

'1

below, respectively, the preceding week.

continuing to broaden, steel

said the "Age," which further went on to

rolling,

Oct. 31.-

on

ported lumber orders (hardwoods and softwoods) during the
Nov. 23 week were 4% below output and reported shipments
were 17%"below
production, compared with 6% and 10%

,

ingot
output rose to an average of 54.20^ for November, or the
highest rate for any month since May 1934.
The price of
steel scrap also continued to advance, and reached the high¬
est level since the first week in October 1930.
Non-ferrous
metal prices showed little change over the close of the
previous month.
' v'.
According to the "Iron Age" of Nov. 21, a sharp increase
in orders from the automotive industry was an important
factor in giving mill operations a further boost, with added
support also coming from the railroads, construction and
miscellaneous lines.
In its issue of Nov. 28 the same publica¬
tion stated that contrary to expectations, a general advance
in finished steel prices failed to materialize, adding that a
number of producers have opened their books for first quar¬
ter on sheets, tin mill black plate, hot- and cold-rolled strip
steel, hot-rolled bars, plates, shapes, pipe, wire-products and
tool steel at unchanged prices ; similar action was taken on
tin plate for 1936 contracts, and on rails, tie plates and splice
bars for delivery through the first half of next year.
On
the other hand, the last advance of a semi-finished produet,
i.e., a $2 mark-up on wire rods, has become general.
The
continuing of existing finished steel prices in the face of
higher prices on semi-finished products will doubtless evoke
protests from non-integrated mills which must buy steel for
further

during the remainder of the
51.25c., which compares withi

steadily

declined

•'t;. V'V-"

Advance—Non-Ferrous Metals Firm

With demand for steel

12,

month, elosing on Nov. 29 at

his

Further

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MONTHLY

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■ .77.

Grains

Aside from occasional rallies

7v7v-'

which

were

of

,'7; 4 "777
short

77

dura¬

tion, the main tendency of domestic and world wheat markets

during the past month was downward.
the

Argentine new crop situation,

a

Some improvement in
continued disappoint-

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8

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lug small foreign demand for Canadian grain, and reduced
tension in the European political atmosphere combined to
bring about considerable liquidation. There was good absorp¬
tion in domestic markets on all setbacks, but the action of

organization to make the 45-cent loan on the 1935 corn crop.
Mr. Jones stated:
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leading foreign marts and the absence of sustained milling
demand in this country made it impossible for prices to hold
rallies.
Some of the surrounding
markets, particularly

in force throughout the contract year,

securities

this

and

cotton,

developed activity and strength, but
of a specu¬

to encourage much buying

failed

situation

lative character, or otherwise, in
tic wheat

markets

were

Domes¬

the wheat markets.

also affected by the action

of the

Winnipeg market because of the fact that hard wheat prices
in the

been determined to a large

late have

Northwest of

Sales of Canadian
wheat for export have been disappointingly small so far this
season, and a decided increase in shipments during the re¬
mainder of the crop year appears necessary if recent esti¬
mates of world import requirements and Canadian shipments
extent by the level of Canadian

to be fulfilled.

are

the probable

offerings.

Latest unofficial estimates have placed

maximum Argentine new crop exportable sur¬

plus at about 70,000,000 bushels and the Australian surplus
85,000,000 bushels.
Consequently, importing coun¬
tries will be dependent to a greater degree than in any recent
year
upon
Canadian grain for their requirements.
The
Canadian government report, issued on Nov. 13, estimated the
total Canadian wheat crop at 273,971,000 bushels, which was
a reduction of around 17,000,000 bushels from the previous
Official figure.
On this basis, and according to unofficial
jestimates, there are about 320,000,000 bushels of wheat avail¬
able in Canada for export and carry-over, and this includes
60,000,000 bushels of low-grade wheat unfit for milling pur¬
poses.
Weather conditions in the Southwest changed de¬
cidedly for the better. There have been beneficial rains in
western Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and the Texas Pan¬
handle, or in over half of the winter wheat producing terri¬
tory. There had been a shortage of subsoil moisture in this
area, hence the rains were welcome.
The winter wheat terri¬
tory east of the Mississippi River was also favored with
copious rains, which added to the moisture reserve and made
conditions the best in years.
In the Northwest, or in the
Spring wheat belt, conditions were not so favorable. Rains
were badly needed in many sections in order to allow the
usual development of farm work and provide moisture re¬
serve for the spring crops.
Among factors which will likely
determine price trends in domestic wheat markets in the
coming month will be the commercial situation, development
of the Argentine crop, European political news and activities
at around

.Vt:\A"vA

of the Canadian Grain Board.

Corn, although ending the month with prices lower, main¬
a rather persistently steady undertone as a result of
limited pressure of cash grain and unfavorable weather for
conditioning and the movement of the new crop. Oats and
rye were influenced largely by the action of other grains, and
ended the month with prices lower.
In Chicago the Decem¬

Loans will be made only to producers, on corn under

seal on the farm,

who have executed the 1935 corn-hog contract and whose

contract has been

in any

'

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Nov. 30 at 97 %c. as against
an
opening price of 98%c. on Nov. 1.
At Winnipeg the
December wheat option closed on Nov. 30 at 85%c. as against
an opening of 86%c. on Nov. 1.
December corn in Chicago
closed at 57%c. as compared with the opening price of 58%c.
on

Nov. 1.

December

oats closed

at

25%c.

as

against the

opening of 26%c. on Nov. 1.
December rye closed at 47%c.
compared with the opening price of 50%c. on Nov. 1.
;

as

,

Two-Year

Corn-Hog

Recommends

;sV

Adjustment

Corn

Production

in

95,000,000 Acres—Hog Production
S—Producers Approve Plan

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Announced—AAA

Program

1936-37

Be

Limited

to

Would Be increased 30%

for corn and hog pro¬
proclama¬
tion of a new program by Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of
Agriculture. ; The Agricultural Adjustment Administration,
the announcement said, has recommended that corn produc¬
tion next year be limited to 95,000,000 acres, or about 10,000,000 acres less than would be likely to be harvested with¬
out adjustment.
This would require an aggregate adjust¬
ment of approximately 20% on the part of all contract
signers. Depending upon the 1936 corn crop and the demand
expected next fall for the 1937 crop, it has been proposed that
the maximum aggregate corn reduction for 1937 be placed at
25%.
During the period covered by the contract, it is ex¬
pected that individual producers will be allowed to retire an
acreage of corn within a minimum and maximum percentage
range, as in 1935.
The new contract will provide for a decided increase in
hog numbers above the present low level brought about by
the drought, it is stated.
Proposed hog adjustments are
calculated to provide for a 30% increase in federally in¬
spected slaughter in 1936-37 above the slaughter expected in
the present year which began Oct 1 1935.
It is proposed
that contract signers be permitted to produce a maximum of
100% of their production in the base years, 1932-33.
>
On Nov. 9 Claude R. Wickard, Chief of the corn-hog sec¬
tion of the AAA, announced that the proposal to allow con¬
tract signers to produce 100% of their base hog production
had received the unanimous approval of producers and State
agricultural specialists in conference in Washington that
adjustment program

two-year

ducers was announced on Nov. 4 following a formal

v

week.

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MFC Advances $100,000,000 to
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CCC for 45-Cent Loans

Corn Crop

on

1935
'

Jesse H. Jones, Chairman of the Reconstruction Finance

Corporation, announced Nov. 25 that the directors of the
Corporation have made a commitment of $100,000,000 to
the Commodity Credit Corporation to enable the latter




general corn-hog program offered by the Secretary of

in 1936 and to sign

Agriculture

such agreement as may be put forth by the Secretary.

The interest rate to

of the paper wiU be

producers remains 4%.

carried by local banks.

and 1934, and aU have

It is anticipated that most

Corn loans were made in 1933

been paid.
needed by the CCO the RFC will make

If more than $100,000,000 is
available additional amounts.

y

Expenditures of $204,156,727 for Purchases of Farm
Surpluses—Approximately $187,540',089 Recoverable in Cash
or Represents Relief Donations

AAA Reports

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Agricultural Adjustment Administration, since the
of the Agricultural Act in 1933, has expended $204,156,727 up to Nov. 1, for removal and conservation of surplus
commodities and for drought relief, it was indicated in a sur¬
vey issued Nov. 17 by the commodities purchase section of
the Administration.
Of this sum, it was stated, "approxi¬
mately $187,540,089 has been or will be recovered, either
in cash or is represented in the value of commodities used
by the government for distribution to needy and unem¬
ployed."
In report on the survey of the AAA, Washington
pi
Associated Press) advices, Nov. 17, said:
u
1
The

passage

The surplus

purchase for distribu¬
Corporation of hogs and pork products,

removal activities of the AAA included

tion by the old Surplus Relief

of
of
and distribution to farmers in the drought

Drought relief activities i ncluded purchase
cattle, sheep and goats, while conservation activities included purchase

wdairy products and sugar.

feed, forage and seed for sale
areas.1

67,973,254 pounds of
37.595,of evaporated milk for $1,974,675; 13,482,263 pounds of dry

Dairy-product purchases were listed as follows:
butter for $16,146,865; 17,970.285
985 pounds

skim milk for

$819,621.

The AAA bought

pounds of cheese for $3,041,836;

,

9,000,000 pounds domestic beet sugar for

During the latter half of 1933 and the first part

$365,536.

of 1934, the report said,

i'he cost was $42,828,811.
From
these hogs, the AAA said, 97,213,440 pounds of dry salt pork was re¬
covered and distributed for relief purposes.
The estimated value of the
the AAA

bought 7,643,265 surplus hogs,

salt

was

pork

A total of $545,550 was reported

$9,721,344.

recovered from

tankage. A total of
for $2,793,967.
During the drought program, which began in the middle of 1934 and con¬
tinued during the first part of this year, the AAA bought 8,280,066 head of
cattle for $111,544,913.
Of these, 1.486.000 were reported unfit for food

sale of inedible grease

and $59,000 from the sale of

33,367,773 pounds of surplus pork products were bought

Animals fit for food were turned over

because of starvation and thirst.
to the
meat

Surplus Relief Corporation, which obtained

with

an

estimated value

766,591,060 pounds of
There remain on hand

of $126,500,223.

1,904,068 hides with an estimated value of $7,000,000,
transferred

tained

ber option for wheat closed on

the borrowers agreeing to co-operate

to

the

new

Surplus

The AAA bought 3,069,659
relief agencies and

sheep for $7,219,318, gave

18,341 to Indian agencies.

obtained from the remainder 20,741,770
at

which have been

Commodity Corporation.

23,767 to State

The Surplus Corporation

pounds of canned mutton

valued

$1,118.351.
Of 350.460 goats bought for

$490,644, 79,590 were given to

agencies and 194,935 pounds of canned goat meat

State relief

valued at $38,987 were

obtained from the remainder.

Hay and straw totaling 12,615 tons were bought for
the

000

$88,489; 19,052,882

There remain on hand,
AAA said, 4,000,000 bushels of wheat, 2,600,000 bushels of oats, 200,
bushels of barley and 75,000 bushels of flax with a total market value

bushels of grain seed were bought for

of $7,000,000.

$16,842,052.

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Sugar

Sugar "futures" worked lower during the past

month with¬

particular feature to the business. While there was
limited new buying of the forward positions from time to
time, hedging and scattered liquidation readily filled the
demand.
The principal reason for the hesitancy and the in¬
activity in sugar "futures" was the uncertainty regarding
the outcome of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration
processing tax cases before the Supreme Court. Actuals for
1936 delivery also developed an easier undertone, reflecting
the fear that the Supreme Court may render an adverse
decision on the Agricultural Adjustment Act and the tariff
may
be automatically raised from .90c. to 1.50c. per 100

out any

pounds.
In the meantime, supplies are diminishing, and
with meltings and deliveries of refiners running ahead of
arrivals, the backlog of necessary replacement buying is
increasing.
Sales of Cuban raw sugars during the month were again
few

and

far

between.

They included the following:

On

Nov. 15 at 3.25c., early January
shipment including old duty, and on Nov. 27 at 3.15c., second
half December shipment, old duty basis.
The wholesale price
for refined sugar was quoted by all refiners at 5.30c. until
Nov. 26, when all refiners announced that they would accept
business at 5.10c., although the list price remained at 5.30c.
On Nov. 29 Arbuckle reduced the price outright to 5.10c.
Nov. 1 at 3.50c. ex-store; on

Coffee

Coffee "futures" tended downward during the past

month

of trade selling and outside liquidation by
tired longs which failed to meet any important support.
The
trade had supplied its needs in anticipation of normal fall
increase in consumption, but unseasonably warm weather
delayed movements of roasted coffee with the result that
supplies did not decrease as rapidly as expected. Meanwhile,
lack of demand for coffee in Brazil, together with an evident
falling off in exports of other commodities from that country,
caused the Brazilian exchange to weaken.
This development
under

pressure

also discouraged the

buying of coffee "futures" and senti¬
selling.
No. 7 Rio was quoted on Nov. 30 at 6%@6%c. against
6y2@6%c. on Oct. 31; 6%@7c. Sept. 30; 6y2c. Aug. 31;
6%@6%c. July 31; 6y2@6%c. June 29; 6%@7%c. May 31;
mentally influenced

some

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6%@7c. April 30; 7%c. March 30; 7%c. Feb. 28; 9%@0%c.
Jan. 31; 9%c. Dec. 311934; 9%@9%e. Nov. 30; 9%c. Oct. 31;
9%c. Sept. 29; 9%@9%c. Aug. 31; 9%c. July 31; 9%@9%c.
June 30; 10%@10y2c.
May 31; 10%c. April 30; 10%c.
March 31; 11c. Feb. 28; 9%@9%c. Jan. 31, all in 1934.
No. 7 Santosswas quoted Nov. 30 at 7%@7%c. against

but later the advance in raw cotton prices caused a mild expansion in buying, and sales exceeded production by a sub¬
stantial margin, resulting in a marked improvement of the
statistical position of the mills.
Print cloths at Fall River
for 28-inch 64x60's receded from 5c. Nov. 1 to 4%c. on Nov. 19,

31; 7%@8%c. Sept 30; 7%@7%c.
Aug. 81; 7%c. July 31; 7%@7%c. June 29; 7%c. May 31;
7%c. April 30; 8%c. March 30; 9c. Feb. 28; 10@10%c.
Jan. 31; 10%c. Dec. 31 1934; I0y2@10%c. Nov. 30; 10%c.
Oct. 31; 9%@9%c. Sept. 29; 10%c. Aug. 81; 10%c. July 81;
10%@10%c. June 30; 11c. May 31; 10%c. AprU 28 and
March 31; ll%c. Feb. 28; 9%@10c. Jan. 31, aU in 1934.

64x60's

7%@7%c.

Oct.

on

Noted in

Increase

World'» Visible Supply of Coffee Nov, 1
Compared with Oct• /

visible supply of ^coffee,

The world's

as

exclusive of interior

held there as collateral
against the 1930-40 coffee loan, totaled 7,793,512 bags on
Nov. 1 against 7,652,571 bags on Oct 1, a gain of 140,941,
according to figures compiled by the New York Coffee &
Sugar Exchange.
Supplies, this Nov. 1, are 729,919 bags
above the similar date last year when 7,063,593 bags were in
sight, the Exchange announced Nov. 9, adding:
During October the United States visible supply increased 74,941 bags
from 1,479,671 bags to 1,554,512 bags, while European stocks increased
108,000 from 2,991,000 to 3,099,000 bags.
Brazilian port stocks, on the
other hand, decreased by 42,000 bags from 3.182,000 bags to 8,140,000 bags.
stocks in Brazil or the 10,200,181 bags

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Crude rubber showed an irregular trend with

1

price fluctua¬

Early in the month
the position in the
The Netherlands East Indies caused a steady tone and prices
reached their highest level.
Later, however, a mild reaction
took place, as it was reported that October exports from The
Netherlands East Indies exceeded quota allowances consider¬
ably, prompting another increase of the export levy on native
The simultaneous

The price of 27-inch cloth
4%c. to 4%c.
Osnaburgs were 11c. Nov. 30 compared with 10% c. Oct. 31.
The
report of the Census Bureau, issued Nov. 14, and covering
the month of October, showed that cotton consumption in the
United States continued at

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announcement that the meeting

Rubber Regulation Committee, scheduled
for Nov. 26, had been postponed to Dec. 3. caused some uneasi¬
ness among traders, although the view prevailed that the ex¬
port quota will be left unchanged at 60%. A supporting factor
was the release of the United States consumption figures for
October, showing a substantial increase over last year. Dur¬
ing the closing days of the month the market assumed a
waiting attitude pending the outcome of the Committee meet¬
ing, although the undertone remained fairly steady.
Ribbed smoked sheets for spot delivery were quoted at
13^4c. asked on Nov. 30 against 13%c. asked on Oct. 31;
1115/16c. asked on Sept. 30; ll%c. asked on Aug. 31; 12%c.
asked July 31; 12 7/16c. asked June 29; 12 3/16c. asked on
May 31; ll%c. asked April 30; ll%c. asked on March 30;
12%c. Feb. 28; 12%c. asked Jan. 31; 13 %c. asked Dec. 31
1934; 13 3/16c. asked on Nov. 30; 13c. asked on Oct. 31; 14%c.
bid and 14 3/16c. asked on Sept. 29; 15%c. asked on Aug. 31;
14 ll/16c. asked July 31; 14%c. asked June 30; 1214c. asked
May 31; 13%c. asked on April 30; 11 l/16c. asked on
March 29; 10%c. asked on Feb. 28; 10c. asked Jan. 31, all

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Textiles

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Spottiness featured the textile markets during the past
month, with adverse weather conditions forming the chief
hindrance to an expansion in trading.
Retail business in
particular suffered from unseasonally mild temperatures
which retarded consumer buying of heavy apparel.
In those
sections, however, where colder weather prevailed, appreci¬
able gains in sales over last year were recorded.
During the
second half of the month initial holiday shopping made its
appearance, and this in conjunction with the advent of more
seasonal temperatures gave a better aspect to retail trading.

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While the wholesale markets reflected the slower movement
of

goods in distributive channels, the

price structure

tinued very firm, and numerous advances
were
announced.
Previous heavy buying
retail

merchants

markets
in

the

were

and

the strength

con¬

staple items
on
the part of
of primary commodity
on

cruise trade.
Extension

to the uneasiness in connection with possible French political
and financial developments, also to continued doubts as to
what

the government cotton pool might do, and what de¬
cisions would be arrived at with regard to next year's cotton
control program.
Spot cotton here in New York was 11.40c.
on Nov. 1, and from this figure advanced to 12.45c. Nov.
21,
after which the price receded to 12.15c. Nov. 30.
in

print cloths

was




con¬

-

of 12-Cent

Loans

1934

on

Cotton

Crop After Feb, 1

Chester C, Davis

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Chester C. Davis, Agricultural Adjustment Administrator,
indicated on Nov. 13 that the 1934 cotton loans of 12c. a

under which the government has control of about
4,000,000 bales, will be extended when they become due on
Feb. 1, it was reported in Washington advices, Nov. 13, to
pound,

the New York "Times" of Nov. 14.
This

the

indication

Federal

Trading
dull during the early part of the month,

given

was

when

Mr.

The advices continued;
Davis,

discussing the transfer of

Surplus Relief Corporation to the Agricultural Adjustment Ad¬

ministration,

specifically

exempted

the

present

cotton

surplus

from the

Corporation's jurisdiction.

)

However, AAA officials asserted that there
whose cotton

ers

is

pledged with

was

nothing to prevent

marketing would be profitable.
loan rate,

12c.

grow¬

the Commodity Credit Corporation from

moving it into the market when the price of cotton reaches

This would have to be

a

level

a

where

point above the

since the carrying charges have added to the growers' debt

to the government.

Announcement

made

was

Nov.

12, according to

United

Press advices from Washington, that the CCO has extended
10c. a pound loans on 38,157 bales of cotton of the new crop.
Of this amount, loans on 201 bales have been repaid, leaving

outstanding
tinuing:
;

loans on 37,956 bales,

Added to these loans

bales of
loans

last

are

advices said,

the

con¬

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•

are

outstanding loans of 12c.

year's cotton, making

a

a

pound

total of 4,467,956

on

bales

4,430,000

upon

which

outstanding.

Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were quoted Nov. 30
$2.11% @2.15% against $2.20@$2.25 Oct. 31; $2.05@
$2.10 Sept. 30; $1.72@$1.79 Aug. 31; $1.50@$1.64 July 31;
$1.36@$1.41 June'30; $1.35@$1.40 May 31; $1.36@$1.41
April 30; $1.32@$1.37 March 30; $1.39@$1.44 Feb. 28; $1.40@
$1.45 Jan. 31; $1.46@$1.51 Dec. 31 1934; $1.30@$1.35
Nov. 30; $1.16@$1.21 Oct. 31 and on Sept 29; $1.08@$1.13
Aug. 31; $1.05@$1.10 July 31; $1.14@$1.19 June 29; $1.18®
$1.23 May 81; $1.22%@$1.27% April 30; $1.33@$1.38
March 31; $1.45@$1.50 Feb. 28; $1.55@$1.60 Jan. 31, all

at

in

1934.

of the 20-22 deniers Japanese crack double
quoted at $1.89% @$1.94% Nov. 30 against $2.08@
$2.13 Oct. 31; $1.93@$1.98 Sept 30; $1.70@$1.75 Aug. 31;
$1.51@$1.56 July 31; $1.30@$1.35 June 30; $1.33@$1.38
May 31; $1.32@$1.37 April 30; $1.31@*1.36 March 30; $1.40@
In the

extra

case

were

$1.45 Feb. 28; $1.36@$1.41 Jan. 31; $1.43@$1.48 Dec. 311934;
$1.28@$1.33 Nov. 30; $1.10@$1.15 Oct 31; $1.07@$1.12 on
Sept. 29 and Aug. 31; $0.99@$1.04 July 31; $1.11@$1.16
June 29; $1.16@$1.21 May 31; $1.14@$1.19 April 30; $1.25@
$1.30 March 31; $1.40@$1.45 Feb. 28; $1.52@$1.57 Jan. 31,
all in

1934.;'
Petroleum and Its Products

In the

closing days of the month
transactions slowed up, in preparation for the annual inven¬
tory taking at the end of November. Raw cotton in November
showed considerable strength during the greater part of the
month.
Only in the last week a slightly reactionary tone
developed.
The principal market factor was supplied by
the government crop report released on Nov. 8, which placed
this year's production at 11,141,000 bales, thus proving even
more bullish than the trade had expected.
In as much as
since publication of the report, adverse weather conditions
are believed to have made further inroads upon the
crop, par
ticularly in parts of Texas and Oklahoma, another reduction
in the size of the output is anticipated to be shown in the
December report
Continued improvement in the domestic
and foreign demand was another bullish factor, as was the
report that the government intends to continue the 12c. loans
beyond their expiration date in February. The slight reces¬
sion during the last week of November was chiefly attributed
:

The amount

given as 552,187 bales of lint and 67,106
bales of linters, compared with 449,126 bales of lint and 61,127
bales of linters in September and 523,032 bales of lint and
56,612 bales of linters in October 1934.
The woolen goods market showed the effects of the un¬
seasonally mild weather prevailing in wide sections of the
country.
Little new buying developed as consumers post¬
poned their purchases of winter apparel.
Despite this lull
in sales, however, mills were able to continue their capacity
operations as previous heavy buying had supplied them with
a very substantial backlog of orders assuring maintenance
of the current rate of activity for months to come.
Business
in women's wear fabrics improved moderately, reflecting the
steady demand for goods to be used in the winter resort and

the chief causes for the firm attitude of sellers

wholesale field.

active rate.

an

sumed in October was

of the International

.

reduced on Nov. 15 from

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tions keeping within narrow bounds.
better statistical news with regard to

rubber.

price it stood Nov. 30.

was

Indicated by

Rubber

y) r\:

at which

International

developments

in

the

petroleum

industry
happenings during
November as the United States unofficially took steps to align
itself with the League of Nations in shutting off Italy's sup¬
ply of war materials.
The League of Nations, which on Nov. 25 formally placed
into effect sanctions against Italy shutting off the flow of
war materials from all
League members as a penalty for
violation of League regulations in Italy's invasion of Ethi¬
opia, was considering placing oil, steel and other secondary
war materials on the embargo.
A meeting of the League's Committee of Eighteen, scheduled
for Nov. 28 to vote on this question, was postponed when
Premier Laval of France notified the League that due to
domestic entanglements he would not be free on that date.
diverted

A

interest

tentative date

from

was

domestic

set for

but that also, Prefnier Laval

news

the first week

in December,

held, was inconvenient.
The
British government, however, is understood to have exerted
its influence to have the meeting held on Dec. 12.
While the United States has placed an embargo against
shipments of war materials to either Italy or Ethiopia, it
has yet taken no official steps to end shipments of secondary
war materials—such as oil, steel, cotton, &c.—to the warring
nations.
Late in November, however, Secretary Ickes, acting
as Oil Administrator, informally requested American oil pro-

ducerfe to stop^Elpments of petroleum
to Italy.

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and/or its products

t.:

The request did not meet with a friendly reception in the
industry, although no officials of any of the leading com¬

panies would comment for publication. Off the record, how¬
ever, the opinion was expressed in many quarters that the
British government had gotten the United States "out on a
limb" as far as the question of stopping oil shipments to
Italy.
In this connection it was pointed out that British oil
companies are still selling oil to Italy.
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The postponement of the meeting of the League committee
which was scheduled to act on the oil question followed un¬
warning from Premier Mussolini of Italy that an
embargo on oil by the League would mean war.
Premier
Mussolini did not specify whether he included the entire 52
nations aligned against him in this unofficial declaration.
Should the Dec. 12 meeting, however, blow over without
official

of Nations formally taking action to stop ship¬
petroleum and/or refined products from its mem¬
bers to Italy, Secretary Ickes's request may well leave the
American government in an embarrassing position.
In as
much as we are not members of the League of Nations, Italy
the League
ments of

should be withdrawn at

serves

a

rate which will insure thfr

maximum, recovery.
Thus managed, the reserves, together
wtih new discoveries, should relieve us of any possible appre¬
hension regarding our

supplies over the next 25 years.
"Beyond this period there is sound insurance against any
shortage of petroleum supplies. This insurance precludes
the certainty of large recoveries from abandoned fields,
which improved recovery methods will make available, to¬
gether with the development of almost unlimited potential
reserve present in our coal and oil shale supply.
The price
of crude oil should be such as to insure production in suf¬
ficient quantities, at a reasonable price."
^
In further commenting upon the Committee's

Byles,

in a nation-wide^

report, Mr.

radio broadcast from Los Angeles,

asl>the mind of man can run, there is no
possibility of a failure of the nation's supply of petroleum
and products."
In his speech Mr. Byles charged that "false
prophets" were using warnings of petroleum scarcity" for
the purpose of frightening the people and their legislative
representatives into Federal control of the oil industry.
"So far ahead

said r

address delivered by a

representative, Governor MarFederal control
ox the petroleum industry
undesirable, biit it is unconstitu¬
probably will resent the proposed embargo on oil shipments
tional.
Mr. Marland, who also is Chairman of the Intereven more keenly than she resented the action of the League
of Nations.
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vyH; State Compact Commission, made a strong plea to California
to join the Commission.
The entire situation may well bring about hostility to the
Governor Marland pointed out that
all of the oil States are interdependent and should, for their
American oil industry in Italy when, as, and if the present
own good, co-operate to the fullest possible extent.
disturbed conditions blow over.
Regardless of what the
However,
leaders of the industry in California said there was little
future may bring, American oil men resented the statement
chance of the State joining unless necessary legislation!
by Administrator Ickes, not only for what it might mean to
should be passed. This, it was explained, was impossible, for
them in a business way, but also for the unfavorable light
the Legislature does not meet until 1937.
in which it presented the industry before the American
Governor Marland differed with President Byles in con¬
public.
One of the industry's leaders said, off the record:
nection with crude oil stocks and potential reserves, saying;
"The whole thing is grand-stand play by the Administration,
because all they have to do to stop shipments of oil, steel,
"Many people say that we shall never have a shortage of
oil; that the supply is unlimited. The only reason for that
cotton, &c., is to place them on the embargo list along with
is that we have never had a shortage.
war materials."
However, there is no
assurance that we shall always produce all the oil and gas "
It will be remembered that only a month or so back Walter
In

an

land of Oklahoma declared that not only is

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C. Teagle, President of Standard Oil Co.
that the company planned to continue

of New Jersey, said
its normal business
with its Italian affiliate, which it has carried on for years,
until such business "was made illegal."
The industry's gen¬
eral stand is just that; they intend to do business with Italy
just as long as it is legal.
The stand taken by Mr. Ickes

we

need."

Other principal speakers at the

convention included C. E.

Arnott, Vice-President of the American Petroleum Institute
and Vice-President of the Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc.
Mr.

Arnott, who reviewed the proposed voluntary marketing code
for

the

petroleum industry, outlined previous attempts to

of

stabilize the marketing division of the industry, stressing the

12,000 tons of oil scheduled to be shipped to Italy on the
American Tanker Corp.'s Ulysses was stopped by orders of
the Shipping Board, which holds a mortgage on the tanker.
The government, however, could not exert pressure on any of

point that even during the life of the National Recovery Ad¬
ministration it was inter-industry co-operation rather than
government enforcement that made the oil code effective.
Union Oil lowered its price schedule early in the month
to conform with the new list posted by Standard Oil of

had

one

concrete result late in

the month when

a

cargo

the major oil companies by this means, as most of them either
control their own fleets of trans-Atlantic tankers.

own or

The

sixteenth annual convention

of the American Petro¬

leum

Institute, held in Los Angeles on Nov. 11 to 14, was
keynoted by an unbending opposition to any Federal control
of the industry, the opening address by Axtell J. Byles, who
was re-elected President, stressing the point that "faced with
the choice of perpetuating a competitive, private industry ffoi
socializing industry to serve a political breadline," the oil
industry had united in unanimous opposition to Federal
control.
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In supporting the Inter-State Compact Commission, Mr.
Byles argued that there is no power under the Federal Con¬
stitution for the Federal government to control the produc¬
tion of oil, pointing out that this power was reserved for
the States.
Six of the major oil-producing States already
have entered in the Inter-State Compact Commission already,
he said, characterizing the Commission as the "democratic

distinguished from the bureaucratic; the economic as dis¬
tinguished from the political way of solving our problem."
The period of possible oil shortage is even more remote
to-day than it was 10 years ago, Mr. Byles said in reporting
on the progress of the industry's producing, refining, trans¬
porting and marketing branches, continuing ; "There is no
present reason to doubt that the industry cannot meet all
requirements for a quarter century or more."
In the more
than remote possibility that such a shortage should develop,
he pointed out, the supply gradually would be supplemented
by production from bituminous coal and from oil-bearing
as

California.
Union Oil had posted advances averaging 55c. a
barrel in California crude oil prices late in October, followed
on

Oct. 31 by advances of from 6 to 30c. a barrel bv Standard
Shell Oil was the only other company to

Oil of California.

follow the lead of Union in the original advance, other com¬

panies waiting upon Standard of California's action, and it
quickly followed in the reductions.
A 15c. a barrel increase—the second consecutive monthly
mark-up—was posted in prices of Pennsylvania grade crude
oil late in November, lifting prices 30c. a barrel above the
level prevailing on Sept. 6, when the forward movement got
under way with an advance of 5c. a barrel.
The new price
schedule posted by the South Penn Oil Co. lifts Southwest
Pipe Lines to $2.02; Eureka to $1.97, and Buckeye to $1.82.
Tide Water Pipe Line Co., Ltd., lifted Bradford and Allegany
crude 15c. to $2.30 a barrel.
Corning crude held unchanged
at $1.32 a barrel.
Representative price changes showing the course of crude
oil prices during November follow:
Nov.

1—All major companies met the 80-cent top for California crude

oil established by the Standard

conform

with

$1.05

barrel

a

;

Continuing along these lines, Mr. Byles cited the technical
gains made by the industry in recent years, which, through
improved methods of oil recovery, development and produc¬
tion, have made it possible to obtain vast amounts of oil

that

to

of Standard

Standard's

'■::V;;

prices.

of California,

80-cent

total.

paring its top level from
SheU

also

met

Standard's

v.;:

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Nov. 6—An increase of 10 cents a barrel in the price of central Michigan

crude oil to $1.12 was

posted by the Pure Oil Co.

Nov. 20—The South Penn Oil Co. advanced Pennsylvania grade crude
oil 15 cents

shales.

Oil Co. of California.

Nov. 5—Union Oil Co. lowered its price schedule for California crude to

a

barrel to $2.02 in Southwest Pipe Lines; $1.97 in Eureka, and

$1.82 in Buckeye.

Tide Water Pipe Line Co., Ltd., advanced Allegany

crude 15 cents to $2.30 a

barrel.

A contra-seasonal forward movement in

gasoline prices in

both bulk and retail markets in the New York-New England

which under the technique of even a decade ago would have

marketing

remained unrecoverable.

advance of more than

_

i

The refining branch has more than matched the progress
shown

by the producing division, Mr. Byles continued.
pointed out that the cracking process alone has pared

He

the

amount of
oil necessary
to meet consuming demand by
6,000,000,000 barrels during the past decade. The recentlydeveloned polymerization method now makes possible the
manufacture of gasoline from refinery gases and from natural
gas without using crude oil, he stated.

Mr. Byles disclosed that a report prepared by the Executive
.Committee of the A. P. I. on the industry's crude oil prospects
over

the next decade for the Board of Directors at the lat-

ter's orders, stated that "no national crisis caused by a short¬
age of petroleum products now impends or is

probable," the
report adding that there is every reason for confidence that
requirements of petroleum products to meet national

the

needs and the demands of the consuming:

"Petroleum
estimated

public will be met.

reserves are more than 100% larger than those
10 years ago," the report continued.
"These re¬




Coast

area

developed during the month as a result of the
100% in tanker rates from the Gulf
since early October.

area

approach of cold weather brought seasonal strengthen¬
ing in fuel oil prices during November which were aided by
the rise in transportation costs from the Gulf Coast.
Kero¬
sene and heating oil strengthened in tone during the month.
Low octane gasoline in the mid-continent market showed
a fractional recession in the closing week of the month, after
holding a| the 4%e. level for nearly six months.
The new
price was 4% to 4%c. a gallon against 4% to 4%c. a gallon
previously. Regular grade held at 5% to 5 34c. a gallon, un¬
changed. Both grades are more than lc. a gallon above the
levels prevailing at this time a year ago.
The slight weakening in prices which developed following
increased offerings of gasoline from small refiners in East
Texas and Oklahoma did not cause any alarm in the industry
as it was
more than
over-due as a seasonal development.
Bulk gasoline prices normally show a seasonal easiness after
the Labor Day holiday has passed.
Record gasoline demand
The

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12

debentures, being the joint and several obligations of the

September and October this year, however, has bolstered
gasoline price structure.
Gasoline stocks continued to decline during the first half
of November, the Nov. 14 total
being 41,561,000 barrels,

in

the bulk

$17,000,000 of obligations were dated Nov. 15
1935, and matured in nine and 12 months.. They were offered
at a slight premium, and the subscription books were closed
banks.

.

hour after opening.

an

despite the fact that the industry was running its refineries
at midsummer operating rates.
After mid-month, however,
the continued high rate of operations—around the 75% of

The

of the

The details
count basis

capacity mark—brought a seasonal rise in stocks.
The course of prices of refined petroleum products during
November is
indicated
in the following compilation of

sales of Treasury bills sold on a

given in the following tables:

are

Bills

/

Amount

Dated

Mature

dis¬

'
Subscrip¬

of
Offering

Bills

Offered

f

tions

.

Oct.

Union Oil,
in service station prices of gasoline

Oil, General Petroleum, Associated Oil,

1—Richfield

Nov.

6 1935

Nov.

6 1935

5 1936

Auk.

273 days

$50,000,000 $145,210,000
50,000,000
166,236,000
192,570,000
50,000,000

Nov.

Mar. 16 1936

124 days

5 1935

Nov. 13 1935

Aug. 12 1936

273 days

Nov. 20 1935

Mar. 16 1936

117 days

50,000,000
50,000,000

Nov. 20 1935

Aug. 19 1936

273 days

50,000,000

Nov. 21 1935

Nov. 27 1935

Mar. 16 1936

110 days

50,000,000

Nov. 21 1935

Nov. 27 1935

Aug. 26 1936

273 days

50,000,000

Nov. 28 1935

Buffalo and
Rochester, New York, 34 cent a gallon to 7.67 and 7.74 cents, respectively.
Syracuse and Utica bulk prices were marked up 29 points to 7.49 and 7.53

Nov. 13 1935

Nov. 14 1935

of California.

5 1935

Nov.

1—Socony-Vacuum lifted tank-car gasoline prices at

Nov.

.

Nov.

29 1935

131 days

Nov. 14 1935

and the Texas Co. met the new postings

instituted by Standard

29 1935

Oct.

price changes during the month.

representative

Mar. 16 1936

Dec.

2 1936

273 days

50,000,000

4 1935

Sept.

160,548,000
112,392,000
160,918,000
124,025,000
166,467,000

144,970,000

cents, respectively.

£ Nov. 1—Colonial Beacon Oil Co. met the advance In heating oil prices
at New York and Providence posted earlier in the week by other major
units.
Vv..,
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Nov. 7—Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., posted advances of H cent a
gallon in tank car and from 0.2 to 0.5 cents a gallon in retail postings of
gasoline throughout the New York-New England marketing area.
New
York tank-car gasoline is now QH cents, with Manhattan service station
prices 19.55 cents, taxes included.
Other companies met the advance.
•

western New York.
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Oct.

29 1935

Nov.

5 1935

Nov.

5 1935

Nov. 14 1935

Nov. 28 1935

62-63 octane.
13—Wilshire Oil Co. cut tank-wagon prices of gasoline 34-cent a

Nov.

gallon to 10 cents in the Los Angeles basin.

C

v; .V:U-,
Nov. 19—Socony-Vacuum Oil initiated an advance
34-cent less,

in service station prices of

Nov. 22—An advance of

Nos. 2 and 4 fuel oil to 634
New York, was posted by

cents and 6 cents a gallon,

$43,963,500

surrounding
•

A''_/.
station prices
of gasoline in Richmond, Va., cut the regular grade to 23.3 cents a gallon,
taxes included.
Independents are posting 1 cent a gallon under the majors'
general reduction of 2 cents a gallon in service

V;-s
■
subsidiary of Standard Oil of

level.

Nov. 23—Standard Oil Co. of Louisiana,

Jersey, advanced service station prices of gasoline 34 cent in Arkansas
Under the new schedule. Little Rock "pump" prices for

New

0.079%

\

50,007,000

99.892

0.143%/
0.071 %\
0.142%/

60,045,000

99.981

0.063% 1

50,185,000

99.901

0.131%/

99.906

0.124%

99.977

99.893

50,072,000

AND DIVIDENDS IN NOVEMBER

in the domestic market

New Orleans is 21.5 cents,
included.C"' ::0'<
'
lowered third-grade gasoline in metropolitan

regular are 21 cents a gallon, taxes included.

the largest issue brought out during Novem¬
1st & consol. mtge. bonds, 4% series of

was

1965, the bonds were priced at 101Y and int.

due

make the lien of the mortgage

Provision has been made to

first lien upon

substantially all of the property of the

a

com¬

One other feature of the month was the offering of
Utilities, Ltd., in the amount of $2,450,000,

pany.

the Canadian

of 1st mtge. 20-year 5% bonds, series A.

made up

represents the first

piece of financing by a foreign

This

corpora¬

the domestic market in some time.
give the larger offerings for November:

tion to come upon
Below

and Louisiana.

taxes

0.161%/

99.973
<

ber and consisted of

1935

price of
respectively, in

New York and New England marketing points.
Nov. 23—A

99.878

of—

$50,000,000

public utility issues again comprising the greater portion of
The Ohio Edison Co.'s offering of

The advance included

all major companies.

0.095% i

the month's financing.

of 1 cent a gallon

gasoline at Providence, R. I., and

Other companies met the increase.
34-cent a gallon in the tank wagon

points.

99.966

Issue

exceeded that of the previous month with

for November

;

,.

Yield

The total volume of new offerings

'

Nos. 2,
3 and 4 heating oil M-cent at New York and New England marketing
points.
Competitors met the new schedule which puts 2 and 3 at 4 H
cents a gallon, New York, with 4 held at 4 cents a gallon.
Barge prices
are

Price

$50,143,000
50,102,000
50,132,000
50,017,000
50,015,000
50,003,000
50,250,000
50,050,000
50,045,000

NEW SECURITY ISSUES

Oil Co. advanced tank-car prices of

Nov. 14—Socony-Vacuum

160,918,000
124,025,000
166,467.000
144,970,000

Nov. 14 1935

Maturing

Average

,

Accepted

$145,210,000
166,236,000
192,570,000
160,548,000
112,392,000

29 1935

prices of gasoline J^-cent for 65-66 and

car

s

Oct.

Nov. 21 1935

--

Amount

Subscrip¬
tions
1

New Jersey tank-

Oil Co. of New Jersey advanced

Nov. 9—Standard

Bills

Offered

Nov. 21 1935

cent a gallon in

8—Socony-Vacuum lifted tank car gasoline

Nov.

Te Redeem

we

5

PUBLIC UTILITY FINANCING

,

.

Nov. 25—Sinclair Refining

prices of third-grade

Philadelphia 1 cent a gallon to 11 cents to meet new
re-introduced by Standard of Pennsylvania.
Nov.

for low

26—Mid-continent postings

market eased 34 cent to
at 6H to

434-4J4 cents a gallon.

*

5% cents.

-

*

with the ex¬
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey,

of gasoline in all of its marketing area,

ception of Delaware, was posted by
effective

bulk

Regular held unchanged

gallon in service station, tank wagon

Nov. 27—An increase of 0.3 cants a
and tank car prices

octane gasoline in the

Monday.

u

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$43,963,500 Ohio Edison Co.—An issue of $43,963,500 1st & consol. mtge.
bonds 4% series of 1935 due 1965, were offered Nov. 20 by
Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc.; Bonbright & Co., Inc.; Brown
Harriman & Co., Inc.; Edward B. Smith & Co.; The First
Boston Corp.; Lee Higginson Corp.; E. W. Clark & Co.;
Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.
The bonds were priced
at 10134 and int.
The bonds will be designated "first mort¬
gage bonds" on or about April 1 1936, provision having been
made to make the lien of the mortgage a first lien upon sub¬
stantially all of the property of the company.
40,000,000 Los
ate

,

Angeles Gas & Electric Corp.—Completing the immedi¬

refinancing program of Pacific Lighting Corp. and its sub¬

of $40,000,000 Los Angeles Gas & Electric
bonds, series of 4s due 1970, which
outstanding bond issues bearing higher in¬
terest rates, was offered Nov. 19 through an underwriting group
head by Blyth & Co., Inc.
The bonds were priced at 102

sidiaries, a new issue

Corp. 1st and gen. mtge.

THE NOVEMBER FINANCING OF THE U.S.

November

was

a

TREASURY

will replace seven

month singularly without feature for a

and int.

Treasury that borrows and spends as much as does the
United States Treasury.
The month was in the nature of
an

interlude

financing dates.

between major

members of the offering group were Dean Witter &
The First Boston Corp.; E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.;
Harriman & Co., Inc.; Hayden
Stone & Co.,; W. C. Langley & Co.; Halsey, Stuart & Co
Inc.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; Kidder, Peabody &
Co.; H. M. Byllesby & Co., Inc.; Lazard Freres & Co., Inc.;
Lee Higginson Corp.; Riter & Co. and Harris Hall & Co., Inc.
Other

Co.;

Edward B. Smith & Co.; Brown

The October

,

refunding was out of the way and the Dec. 15 operation was
not yet come.
No new issues, except a few batches of Treas¬
bills in excess of maturities, were put on the market.
of issues already outstanding were extraordinarily

ury

Prices

During the month average prices of Treasury bonds
varied but 0.04 of a point and closed the month practically

steady.

the previous month's final figures.
The
average rate bid on the 273-day bills, on the other hand, kept
on declining, and for the Nov. 27 bills reached 0.13%, a new
unchanged

30,000,000 Kansas Power & Light Co.—Public offering of $30,000,000
1st mtge. bonds, 4 34 %, series due 1965, as part of an operation
to simplify, company s corporate structure and to finance the

acquisitiqh of four subsidiary and affiliated companies, was
made Nov. 21 through an underwriting group headed by the
First Boston Corp.
Dillon, Read & Co. and the First Boston
Corp. each underwrote $6,750,000.
The bonds were priced
at 103 and interest.
Other members of the offering group are
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.;
Blyth & Co., Inc.; Arthur Perry & Co., Inc.; F. S. Moseley &
& Co.; Spencer Trask & Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co.- E. H.
Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Harris, Hall & Co., Inc., and Riter &
& Co.
The offering has been successfully completed,
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i

from

/

low for two months.
In the matter of Treasury

policy, the one development of

importance was the decision, at the month-end, to discontinue
the sale of bills maturing on March 16.
For nine consecutive
weeks the Treasury sold a weekly offering of $50,000,000 of
bills and set the maturity date for all on March 16, when,
the plan

,

29,500,000

headed by W. C. Langley & Co. offered two new bona
issues aggregating $29,500,000.
The offering was made up of
$22,000,000 1st and gen. mtge. bonds, 434% series due I960,
priced at par and int. from Oct. 1 1935, and $7,500,000 6%
debentures due 1965, also priced at par and int.
Others in
the offering group are: The First Boston Corp.; Blyth & Co..
Inc.; Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; Stone & Webster and Blodget.
Inc.; White, Weld & Co.; H. M. Byllesby & Co., Inc.; E. H.
Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Coffin & Burr, Inc.; W. E. Hutton &
Co., and Paine, Webber & Co.
The new 1st & gen. mtge.
bonds
will
be designated
"first mortgage bonds" upon
the satisfaction of mortgages securing outstanding underlying
bonds which are being redeemed or retired.

is, they are to be paid off out of cash realized from
payments.
The last such $50,000,000 issue sold
In all, $450,000,000 of these March 16

income tax

that dated Nov. 27.

was

To the market
optimistic to expect that sufficient income tax
payments would be in hand on March 16 to pay off all of
these bills, but there was no doubt that the Treasury could
easily have the cash at hand on the redemption date. With
the discontinuance of the March 16 series, the Treasury indi¬
cated that it was going back to its old practice of selling
bills

were

placed in the hands of the public.

ic appeared

$50,000,000

of bills a

week

maturities.

,

Simultaneous with the dropping of the

'

.,

,

to

the

refunding

arrangement

to take

care

of

$418,000,000 of 2^% notes which matured on the quar¬
A

ter date.

One of the government

agencies, the Intermediate Credit
On

System, was in the capital market in November.
Nov. 6 Charles R. Dunn, fiscal agent of the System,
Bank

nounced

an

offering of




a

new

an¬

issue of consolidated 1^%

New York

& Queens Electric Light & Power Co.—Morgan

Stanley & Co., Inc.;
/

r;
15 600,000
'

in excess of redemption requirements, the
Treasury indicated on Nov. 27 that the Dec. 15 financing,
the details of which would be made public on Dec. 2, would
include an offering of securities to raise new working funds,
the

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practice of raising

cash by bill sales

in addition

'

25 000,000

schedule of bill

to meet the

,

Monongahela West Penn Public Service Co.—A banking

group

Kuhn, Loeb & Co.; Blyth & Co., Inc.;

Harriman & Co., Inc.; Lazard Freres & Co., Inc.; The
First Boston Corp.; Edward B. Smith & Co.; Bonbright & Co.,
Inc.; Lehman Brothers, and Clark, Dodge & Co., offered at
102 and int. $25,000,000 1st and consol. mtge. bonds 334%
series of 1935, due Nov. 1 1965.
Brown

Central Maine Power Co.—For the purpose of refunding three

outstanding bond issues and paying off a small maturing obli¬

gation, a new issue of
series G 4%, due Oct. 1

$15,600,000 1st & gen. mtge. bonds,
1960, was offered on Nov. 14 through

underwriting group headed by The First Boston Corp. and
Coffin & Burr, Inc.
The bonds were priced at 99 and int.
Other members of the offering group were: Edward B. Smith

an

& Co. Brown

Harriman & Co., Inc.; Blyth & Co., Inc.* Bon-

bright & Co., Inc.; Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; Harris, Hall &
Co., Inc.; Field, Glore & Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co.; W. C.
Langley & Co.; Lee Higginson Corp.; F. S. Moseley & Co.;
Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; White, Weld & Co.;
Whiting, Weeks & Knowles, Inc.; R. L. Day & Co.; Estabrook
& Co.; Jackson & Curtis;
& Co.; Starkweather &

and H. M. Payson

Paine, Webber & Co.; Spencer Trask

Co., Inc.; Tucker, Anthony & Co.,
& Co.
The issue has been sold.

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MONTHLY

REVIEW

$11,710,900 Metropolitan Edison Co.—An issue of $11,710,900 1st mtge
bonds, series G, 4% was offered Nov. 27 by Haisey, Stuart
& Co., Inc.; The First Boston Corp.; Brown Harriman & Co.,
f
Inc.; Field, Giore & Co.; W. O. Langiey & Co.; E. H. Rollins
& Sons, Inc.; Graham Parsons & Co.; B. B. Robinson & Co.;
Granberg, Safford & Co.; Starkweather & Co., Inc.; and Whiting
Weeks & Knowles, Inc.
The bonds, offered at 102 M and int.

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Allied Products Corp.—Initial quarterly dividend of 43Mc. a share on
the new convertible class A common stock,

This

payable Jan. 2 next.

represents the first class A dividend to be distributed since April 1 1931,
when 87Mc. a share was paid.

<

and due May 1 1965, have been sold.

y

(The) American Bank Note Co.—Dividends resumed

by the declaration of 25c. a share payable Jan. 2 next.
This
will be the first disbursement on this issue since Jan. 2 1932, at which
time a quarterly of 50c. was distributed.

,

10,379,000 Public Service Co. of New Hampshire—A banking group
headed by Haisey, Stuart & Co., Inc., and
including R. W.
Pressprlch & Co.; E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Arthur Perry &
% Co., Inc.; Shields & Co.; Dick &
Merle-3mith, and Newton,
Abbe & Co., offered at 101M and int., to yield over
3.64% to
maturity, an issue of $10,379,000 1st mtge. 3M % bonds, series
D, due Nov. 1 1960.
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American

stock to be paid on

American

50c.

a

to the

no

par

Illinois—Quarterly dividend on the class B
value increased from 12Mc. a share to 20c. a

1935.

Co.—Dividend

Surety

on

the

capital

stock

increased

from

share to $1 a share, payable Jan. 2 1936.

Ltd.—Special dividend of $1 a share in addition
regular semi-annual dividend of like amount on the capital stock,

both payable

Metal

Art

Dec. 2 1935.

V;'-My'

Works, Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to
quarterly of 10c. a share on the common stock, both payable

the regular

Dec. 24 1935.

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.

Automatic Voting Machine Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c.
the no par common stock, payable Jan. 1 1935.

a

share on

)

,

Balfour Building, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common voting trust
certificates, both payable Nov. 30 1935.

FINANCING

Bendix Aviation Corp.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the

common stock,
payable Dec. 12 1935.
This represents the first dividend to be paid
1932, when 15c. a shai i was distributed.

since April 1

Kidder, Peabody & Co.; Field, Glore & Co., and White, Weld
& Co., on Nov. 25 offered at 100 and int.
$12,000,000 10-year
4% convertible debentures, due Nov, 1 1945.

Bon Ami Co.—Extra dividend of l-x00th of

share of class A stock

a

on

no par class A stock and an extra dividend of l-200th of a share
of class B stock on the no par class B stock, both payable Dec. 16 1935.

the

75,000shs. Columbia Pictures Corp.—Offering of 75,000 shares of $2.75
preferred convertible stock, representing the first public offer¬
ing of securities of a motion picture company under the Securi¬
ties Act, was made on Nov. 14 through an
underwriting group
headed by Hemphill, Noyes & Co.
The stock was priced at
$50 per share.
Other members of the offering group were:
Bancamerica-Blair Corp.; Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Eastman,
Dillon & Co., and Wertheim & Co.
The issue has been sold.

Bucyrus-Erie Co.—Dividend of $1
the

on

7%

with 50c.

a share on account of accumulations
preferred stock, payable Jan. 2 1936.
This compares

cum.

share paid in each of the 11 preceding quarters.

a

Bullock's, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c.

share

a

on

' j
the common stock,
^

payable Dec. 16 1935.
Ink Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the no par common stock.
The former is payable on Dec. 16 1935 and the latter on Jan. 2 1936.

California

2,000,000 Keystone Steel & Wire Co.—An issue of $2,000,000 10-year
notes maturing serially from Nov. 1 1936 to Nov. 1 1945 and
bearing coupon rates of 2% to 4%, according to maturity, were
offered by F. S. Moseley & Co., Chicago and New York, and
N. L. Rogers & Co., Inc., of Peoria, 111.

Canada Bud Breweries, Ltd.—Dividend of 20c. a share on the no par
common shares, payable Dec. 20 1935.
A dividend of 15c. a share was
distributed on April 15 last.
Canada Malting Co.,

Ltd.—Special dividend of 50c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 37Mc. a share on the no par capital
stock, both payable Dec. 15 1935.
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MUNICIPAL FINANCING

$22,799,000 Los Angeles, Calif., Department of Water and Power electric
plant revenue 4% refunding bonds purchased at private sale,
at a price of slightly more than par, by Brown Harriman &

Carthage Mills, Inc.—Initial dividend of $1
stock, payable

Co., Inc. of New York and associates.
Due serially from 1939
to 1975, incl. and subject to redemption after Dec. 1 1945.
Re-offered for public investment at prices to yield from 2.25 to

3.90%, according to maturity.

?

share on the capital

Andian National Corp.,

$12,000,000 International Cement Corp.—Hayden, Stone & Co., Blyth
& Co., Inc.: The First Boston Corp.; Lee Higginson
Corp.;

,'v

stock of

common

share, payable Dec. 2

The issue has been oversubscribed.

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Dec. 10 1935.

American Investment Co. of

6,000,000 Iowa Southern Utilities Co. (of Del.)—W. O. Langiey &
Co.; Haisey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; Hemphill, Noyes & Co.;
Central Republic Co.; A. C. Allyn & Co., Inc., and Bacon,
Whipple & Co., on Nov. 21 offered $5,000,000 1st & ref. mtge.
5M% bonds, series of 1935, at 99 and int., due July 1 1950.

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Cigar Co.—Quar. dividend on the common stock increased
$3 a share, payable Dec. 16 1935.

from $2 a share to

American Factors, Ltd.—Extra dividend of 80c.

6,000,000 California Water & Telephone Co.—A new issue of $5,000,000 5% 1st mtge. bonds, series of 1935, was placed on the
market Nov. 22 by a syndicate headed by Blytn & Co., Inc.,
and including E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.: H. M.
Byllesby &
Co., Inc.; Central Republic Co.; Banks, Huntley & Co., and
Wm. Cavalier & Co.
The bonds, dated Sept. 1 1935 and due
Sept. 1 1965, were priced at 101 and interest.

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

the common

on

stock

Dec. 15 1935.

a share on

the

no par common

i

Chadwick-Hoskins Co.—Dividend of

$4

a

share

paid on account
of accumulations on the 8% cum. preferred stock on Nov. 15 1935.
Accruals at present amount to $4 a share on the preferred stock.
was

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Champion Paper & Fibre Co.—Initial dividend of 25c.
new common stock was paid on Nov. 15 1935.

20,718,890 Chicago Sanitary District, 111., 4% refunding bonds awarded
to the Harris Trust & Savings Bank of Chicago and associates
at a price of 100.05, a basis of about 3.99%.
Due Jan. 1

Chesebrough

a share

on

the

Co.—Extra

Manufacturing

3.77% to

dividend of $1 a share in
addition to the regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common
stock, both payable Dec. 27 1935.

4,643,000 Detroit, Mich., non-callable water refunding bonds, comprising
$3,693,000 3Ms, due serially from 1936 to 1961, incl. and
$950,000 3s, maturing from 1946 to 1950, incl., sold to the

Chicago Corp.—Extra dividend of 60c. a share and a quarterly dividend
of 40c. a share, both to be applied on account of accumulations on the
$3 cum. conv. pref. stock of no par value, and both payable Dec. 1 1935.
On Sept. 1 1935 the company paid a dividend of 25c. a share.

1955, redeemable after Jan.

1

1945.

Public re-offering was

made by the bankers at a price of 101.75, to yield

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100.011, or a net interest cost to the city of about 3.204%.
In re-offering the bonds the bankers priced the 3 Ms, maturing
from 1936 to 1955, incl., to yield from 0.60 to 3.25%; the'
remaining 3Ms, due from 1956 to 1961 were priced at 99.50,
while all of the 3% bonds, maturing from 1946 to 1950,
incl.,
were offered at prices ranging from 100.25 to 99.50.

Chicago
no

$4,365,000 mature serially from 1936 to 1955, incl. and $300,000 are due in 1965, although callable in 1955 and thereafter.

2,450,000 Toledo, Ohio, 4M% refunding bonds, due serially from 1937
to

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1,800,000 Kentucky (State of). 3% bridge

Cincinnati

bonds, due July 1
Co.,
2.98%.

1950, sold to an account headed by B. J. Van Ingen &
Inc. of New York at a price of 100.17, a basis of about
Offered for general investment at

a

a

share

the

split its

25c.

International Corp.—Semi-annual dividend of $3 a share
a regular quarterly dividend of $6 a share on its
stock, both dividends being payable Dec. 31 1935.
Previously
regular quarterly dividends of $4 a share were paid on Oct. 1, July 1,
and April 1 last.
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an

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Columbia
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FAVORABLE

Arms

Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a share
quarterly dividend of 31 Mc. a share on the
stpck, both payable Dec 31 1935.
Broadcasting

addition

System, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1

the regulary quarterl dividend of 40c.
stock, all payable Dec. 27 1935.

to

class A and B

a

a share
share on the

stock

Feb. 3 and Aug. 3

1936.

;
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Corp.—Quarterly dividend of 75c. a
stock and an extra of 25c. a share, both
payable Jan. 1 next; in the previous quarter 70c. a share was distributed

on

Commercial
share

on

Investment

the

no

this issue.

Trust

par common

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Congoleum Nairn. Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to
a regular quarterly of 40c. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Dec. 16 1935.
Congress Cigar Co.—Dividend of $2 a share on the no par common stock,
payable in cash or, at the option of the stockholder, in 6% bonds of
Porto Rican-Amercian Tobacco Co. at 63M, Plus $25 accrued Interest:
options had to be exercised by Nov. 25 1935.
The dividend was payable
on

Nov. 30 1935.

Consolidated Car Heating Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the common

This will be the first disbursement to be

stock, payable Dec. 16 next.
made

on

this issue since Oct. 16 1933, when a quarterly

amount was

Consolidated

paid.

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Co.—Quarterly

Paper

increased from 15c.

•«

a

share to 25c. a

•

dividend

>,

dividend of like
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the common
share, payable Dec. 1 1935.
on

stock

Consolidated

Rendering Co.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 2 1935. This will be the first payment to be made
on the common stock, since Jan. 1 1930.
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Container Corp. of America—Dividend of $19.25 a share on account of
accumulations on the 7% cumulative preferred stock, par $100, payable
Dec. 31 1935.
This payment will clear up all accumulations on the
preferred stock and provides for the current quarter's dividend as well.
Continental-Diamond Fibre Co.—Dividend on the capital stock in¬
creased from 25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 30 1935.
Steel Corp.—Dividend of $11 a share on account of ac¬
and the regular quarterly dividend of $1.75 a share ordinarily due on the 7% cumulative preferred stock, payable on Dec. 20
next, and Jan. 1 1936, respectively.
; ;

Continental

CHANGES

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Abbott Laboratories, Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the no
par common
stock, both payable Jan. 2 1936.
The above distributions are the first
to be declared on the increased number of shares which were issued to
stockholders recently in the form of a 33 1-3% stock dividend.




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Columbia Pictures Corp.—Company on Nov. 19 declared a quarterly
disbursement of 25c. a share on Its new common stock and voting trust
certificates for common stock, payable Jan. 2; two semi-annual 2M%
stock dividends were also declared on the above issue, payable in common

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Changes in dividend declarations in November are mostly
of a favorable nature.
The following table, divided into two
sections, namely, "Favorable Changes" and "Unfavorable
Changes,*9 gives the more important of the changes:

Patent

in addition to the regular

under¬

such time

its class A stock and

common

.

& Electric Co.

both

paying dividends

on

Gas

of 50c. a share on the 4,000,000
together with an extra dividend of
payable Dec. 31 1935.
The company had been
of $2 quarterly prior to the 4-for-l split up.

Co.—Quarterly dividend
shares to be outstanding,

share,

Coca-Cola

basis of about 2.50%.

Dominion

a

Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of 20c. a share on
stock, in addition to a special year-end dividend
24 1935.
The company recently

both payable Dec.
stock three for one.

common

common

dates ranging from 1937 to 1966, incl., awarded to a
group
headed by the Trust Co. of Georgia of Atlanta at a price of

writing agreement, dated Nov. 7 1935, with E. H. Rollins &
Sons, Inc., New York;, Burr & Co., Inc., New York
and
Chandler & Co., Philadelphia.
The purchasers agree to buy from the seller
$1,000,000 of
the bonds at the (basic) price of 87 M
% and interest.
Seller
grants to purchasers the right and option to
purchase all or
any part of the remaining bonds at above price at any time
after purchasers shall have complied with their commitment
to purchase and pay for $1,000,000 of the
bonds, and such
right and option shall continue for a period of 90 days from

Ltd.—Special dividend of $1
payable Dec. 11 1935.

Illuminating Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of
the new $4.50 cum. preferred stock of no par value,

par common

amount,

Coca-Cola

1956, incl.

FOREIGN FINANCING

Electric

new no

of like

1,776,000 Atlanta, Ga.» 3% bonds, including three issues with maturity

$2,450,000 Canadian Utilities, Ltd.—-E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Burr
& Co., Inc., and Chandler & Co.,
Inc., offered at 93 and int.
$2,450,000 1st mtge. 20-year 5% bonds, series A.
Dominion
Gas & Electric Co. is the owner of the
$2,450,000 of bonds
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and Is thus an underwriter thereof.

Products Corp.,

the common stock,

on

$1.12M a share on
payable Jan. 1 next.

price of 102.

1,000,000 Pittsburgh School District, Pa., 2M% bonds, due serially from
1936 to 1965, incl., awarded to Gertler & Co. of New York
and Stroud & Co., Inc. of Philadelphia, at a price of 101.30.
The 1936 to 1959 bonds were re-offered at prices to yield from
0.40 to 2.20% and the 1960 to 1965 bonds at par.

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& Texas Pacific Ry.—Extra distribution of

Orleans

Climax Molybdenum

on

1,325,000 East Side Levee and Sanitary District, HI., 4% bonds, due
serially from 1939 to 1954, incl., purchased by Jonn Nuveen &
Co. of Chicago and associates.
Publicly re-offered at prices
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to yield from 2.50 to 3.70%, according to
maturity.

New

Claude Neon Electrical

,

a

share in

a

Cleveland

1,789,000 Miami Beach, Fla., 4M% refunding bonds sold privately to
John Nuveen & Co. of CI
hicago and associates at a price of
98.80, a basis of about 4.60%.
Due serially from 1947 to

106.14,

a

share and a semi-annual dividend of $4 a share on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 26 1935.

$3

V
revenue

Co.—Extra dividend of 12Mc.

stock, both payable Dec. 14 1935.

Churngold Corp.—Dividend of 20c. a share on the capital stock, payable
Dec. 20 1935.
This compares with 15c. a share distributed on Sept. 20

1944, incl., sold to Stranahan, Harris & Co., Inc. of Toledo

and associates at a price of 100.83, a basis of about
4.10%.
2,130,000 Cincinnati, Ohio, bonds, including $1,360,000 2Ms, due from
1937 to 1976, incl. and $770,000 2 Ms, maturing from 1937 to
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and associates at a price of 100.25, a basis of about
2.36%.
Publicly re-offered at prices to yield from 0.60 to 2.45%, ac¬
cording to maturity and rate of interest.

par common

fi last..

4,665,000 Boston, Mass., 2M% bonds, comprising five issues, purchased
by an account headed by the First Boston Corp. of New York
at a price of 100.059, a basis of about 2.24%.
Of the bonds,

Machine

&

Rivet

addition to the regular quarterly disbursement of 37Mc. a share on the

Crucible Steel Co. of America—Dividend of $1 a share on account of
accumulations on the 7% cumulative preferred stock payable Dec. 31
1935, A dividend of 50c. a share was paid on Oct. 15, last.
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Dec., 1935]

Crum A Forster Insurance Shares Corp.—Extra dividends of 20c. a
>; share in addition to a quarterly of 25c. a share on the class A and B
common stocks were paid Nov. 30 1935.
In preceding quarters an extra
of 10c. and a regular of 15c. a share were paid on these issues.
Crown Cork & Seal Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common stock,
both payable Dec. 6 1935.

Cutler-Hammer, Inc.—Dividend of 25c.

share on the no par common
This payment will be the first made since

stock, payable Dec. 16 next.

a

Dep. 15 1930 when 88c. a share was distributed.
Dictaphone Corp.—Dividend on the no-par common stock increased from
75c.

•

a

share to $1.50

a

share, payable Dec. 2 1935.

accumulations
Dec. 20 1935.
since Feb. 1

share on account of

a

the $2 cumulative class A stock of no par value, payable
This will be the first dividend paid on the class A stock
a like amount was distributed.
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on

1931, when

Dr.

Pepper Co.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share on the no-par common
stock, payable Dec. 1 1935. An extra of 15c. a share was distributed in
December 1934.

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Draper Corp.—Special dividend of $1.60
quarterly dividend of 60c.
payable Jan. 2 1936.
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a

share

on

•

-

share in addition to the regular
the no-par common stock, both

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a share on the no-par class A
participating convertible stock, payable Dec. 1 1935.
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Internationa 1 Nickel Co. of Canada—Dividend on the nopar common
stock increased from 20c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 21 next.
International Petroleum Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and a
regular semi-annual dividend of 75c.
payable Dec. 2 1935.

Intertype Corp.—Dividend of 20c.

share oh the
In addition a special

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$20 par value common stock, payable Dec. 14 next.
distribution in the form of l~55th of a share of General Motors Corp.
common

stock for each share of

common

of the du Pont company was

declared, payable Dec. 27 1935.
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Eastern Utilities Association—Quarterly dividend on the no-par common
stock increased from 25c. a share to 50c. a share, and was payable Nov. 15
1935.
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Eaton Manufacturing Co.—Special extra dividend of 25c. a share on the
.

.

.

no-par common stock, payable Dec. 20 1935.

Edison Brothers Stores, Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a
t regular quarterly dividend of 40c. a share on the common stock, no par,
both payable Dec. 20 1935.
In previous quarters the company paid
dividends of 25c. a share, but these disbursements were hot designated
a regular
quarterly dividend as in this instance.
Electric Storage Battery Co.—Special dividend of one share in addition
to a final dividend of like amount for the year 1935 on both the no-par
stock

and

the

payable Dec. 30 1935.

cumulative
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Elgin National Watch Co.—Dividend of 55c.
■; stock, payable Dec. 16 1935.
each of the three

This

compares

share
with 15c.
a

stock,

all

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Jaeger Machine Co.—Dividend of 15c.

preceding quarters,

Fairbanks-Morse A Co.—At a special meeting held on Nov. 20, stock¬
holders approved a plan to clear up accumulations of $25 per share on the
7% cumulative preferred stock. Stockholders will receive one new share
■; of 6% convertible preferred stock for each
present share of 7% preferred
held, one share of common stock and $2 in cash.

Florence Stove Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock of no
par value, both payable Dec. 2 1935.
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Florsheim Shoe Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share in addition to a
regular quarterly of like amount on the no par class A common stock,
and a special of 12 He. a share along with the regular quarterly payment
;; of similar amount on the no-par class A common stock, all payable Jan. 2,
-next.

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Gardner-Denver Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.
stock, payable Dec. 20 1935.

a

share

on

the

common

General Development Co.—Dividend on the common stock Increased
from 25c. a share to 50c. a share and was payable Nov. 25 1935.
General Investment Corp.—Initial semi-annual dividend of $1.50 a
share on the $3 cumulative prior preferred stock, series A,
payable
Nov. 30 1935.

General Refractories Co.—Payments resumed on the no par Common
stock by the declaration of 50c. a share, payable on Dec. 30 out of earned
surplus, on Nov. 15 1931, a dividend of 25c. a share was paid on this issue*
Globe Underwriters Exchange, Inc.—Dividend on the $2 par capital
stock increased from 25c.

a share to 35c. a share, payable Dec. 16 1935.
The directors also declared a dividend of 54 shares of Republic Insurance
Co. of Texas stock for each 100 shares of Globe stock held, payable
Dec. 16 1935.

Goebel Brewing Co.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 5c. a share on the common stock, both
payable Dec. 20 1935. An extra of 5c. was paid on Sept. 30 last.

Gorham Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to a regular
quarterly of like amount on the no par common stock, both payable
y Dec. 16 1935.
Greene Canenee Copper Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share in addition
to

a

quarterly of 75c.

a

share

on

the

common

stock, both payable Dec. 16

next.

On Sept, 16 last a quarterly payment of 50c. a share
tributed on this issue.

was

dis¬

addition to the regular monthly dividend of 20c. a share on the capital

stock, both payable Dec. 2 1935.
Kelvinator Corp.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share in addition to the regular
quarterly dividend of 12Hc. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Jan. 2 1936.
Kennecott

(P. H.) Hanes Knitting Co.—Extra dividends of 10c.

a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividends of 12Hc. a share on the class B common stocks were paid Nov. 30 1935. yy
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Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection A Insurance Co.—Extra dividend of
40c. a share on the capital stock,
payab^Dec. 2 1935.

Hathaway Manufacturing Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the capital
stock, payable Dec. 2 1935.
This will be the first dividend paid by the
company since Sept. 1 1934 when 50c. a share was distributed.
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Hawaiian Agricultural Co.—Extra dividend of $1.20 a share in addition
to the regular monthly dividend of 20c. a share on the
both payable Nov. 30 1935.
<

common

stock,

(G.)

,

(George W.) Helme Co., Inc,—'Extra dividend of $2

a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of $1.25 a share on the common
stock, both

payable Jan.

2

next.

Hercules Powder Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to a
regular quarterly dividend of 75c. a share on the no par common stock,
both payable Dec. 20 1935.

(Henry) Holt & Co., Inc.—Dividends

on the $1.80 cumul. partic. class A
stock of no par value resumed by the declaration of 10c. a share, payable
Dec. 2 1935.
This will be the first distribution to be made on this issue

since June 1 1933, at which time 15c. a share was paid.

Homestake Mining Co.—Special extra dividend of $20
capital stock, payable Dec. 5 1935.
t

a

share

on

the

Houdaille Hershey Corp.—Dividend on the no par class B stock increased
from 25c. a share to 37Hc. a share, payable Jan. 2 next.
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Household Finance Corp.—Special dividends of $1.22 H a share on the
preference stock and $1.05 a share on the class A common and class B
common stocks, all payable Dec. 5 1935.
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lngersoll Rand Co.—Extra dividend of $3

a

share

on

the

no par common

stock, payable Dec. 28 1935.

''International Business Machines Corp.—Stock dividend of 3%
outstanding capital stock, payable Feb. 10 next

a

share to 20c.

a

the

on

par common

no

stock in¬

share, payable Dec. 26 1935.
on

no par com¬

;

of 25c.

Brewing Co.—Initial dividend
stock, payable Dec. 16 1935.

the
a

share

on

the

of the

Woods Milling Co., Ltd.—Dividend of $1.75 a share on
account of accumulations on the 7% cumulative preferred stock, payable
Dec. 161935. This payment will mark the resumption of dividends on the

preferred stock,

as no

dividends were distributed since Sept. 1 1931.

Libby, McNeill A Libby—Initial dividend of $3
the

new

a

share

was

declared

on

6% cumul. preferred stock, payable Jan. 2 1936.

Link Belt Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common
stock, payable Dec. 1 next.
This compares with 20c. a share paid on
Sept. 1 last.

v

a

share in addition to the regular

quarterly dividend of like amount on the no par common stock,
payable Dec. 31 1935.

both

Taylor, New York—Usual extra Christmas dividend of $5 a share
in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of $2.50 a share on th$ com¬
mon stock, payable Dec. 17 1935 and Jan. 2 1936, respectively.

Louisiana Lord A Exploration Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of
share, payable Dec. 16 1935.

(P. R.) Mallory A Co., Inc.—Initial dividend of 10c.

a

share

on

10c.

a

the no par

capital stock, payable Dec. 10 1935.

May Department Stores Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share, in addition
to the regular quarterly of 40c. a share on the common stock, both payable
Dec. 2 1935.

McWatters Gold Mines, Ltd.—Directors have declared an initial
of 5 cents a share, payable Dec. 18 1935.

dividend

McWilliams Dredging Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the no par common stock,
both payable Dec. 1 1935.
An extra of 25c. a share was paid on this issue
on Sept. 1 last.
Mead Corp.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on account of accumulations on the
$6 cumul. pref. stock, series "A" of no par value, payable Dec. 2 1935.
This will be the first payment made on the issue since June 11932 when a
regular quarterly of like amount was distributed.

Merrimac Hat Corp.—Dividend on the no par common
from $1 a share to $2 a share, payable Dec. 2 1935.
Missouri Edison Co.—Dividend

on

On Oct. 11935 a dividend

value of $1.16 2-3 a share, payable Jan. 21936.
of 87He. a share was paid on this issue.

Monroe Chemical Co.—Dividend
from 25c.

a

on

share to 37Hc. a share,

the

no par common

stock increased

payable Die. 24 1935.

Moore Drop Forging Co.—The company on Nov. 1
of $4 a share on the class A stock of no par value.
$1.50 a share disbursed on Nov. 1 1934.
Morris

stock increased
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the $7 cumul. pref. stock of no par

last paid a dividend
This compares with

Finance Co.—Extra dividends of 50c. a share on the class A
stock and 10c. a share on the class B common stock, both

common

payable Dec. 31 1935.

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Morse Twist Drill A Machine Co.—Dividend on the cpaital stock
increased from 50c. a share to $1 a share and was payable Nov. 15 1935.
Mueller Brass Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of 20c. a share on
par

value common stock, payable

the $1

Dec. 2 1935.

National Fuel Gas Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share on the capital
stock of no par value, payable Dec. 21 next out of earnings accumulated
prior to tnis year.
Lead Co.—Ejctra dividend of $1 a snare, in
regular quarterly of $1.25 a share on the common stock,

Natibnal

addition to the
payable Dec. 31

Nevada-California Electric Corp.—Dividends on account of accumula¬
tions on the 7% cum. preferred stock increased from $1 a share to $3
a share and payable on Dec. 2 1935.
New Jersey Zinc Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share on

the capital stock,

payable Dec. 10 1935.
Northwestern Public Service Co.—Dividends of $1.31 H a share on the

7% cum. preferred stock and $1.12H a share on the 6% cum. preferred
stock, both payable Dec. 2 1935.
The last distribution on the 7% stock
was $1.16 2-3 a share and on the 6% stock $1 a share, paid on Sept. 21935.
Oahua Sugar Co.,

Ltd.—Extra dividend of $1.20 a share on the common

stock, payable Dec. 14 1935.
Paauhau Sugar Plantations Co., Hawaii—Extra
share on the common stock, payable Dec. 5 1935.
Pacific American Fisheries, Inc.—Dividend of 25c.

stock, payable Dec. 16 1935.

a

share was distributed on

a

share on the $5

This will represent the first

Dec.
the above issue.

1

disbursement on the common stock since

50c.

dividend of 75c. a

1930, at which time

(The) Pennroad Corp.—Dividend of 20c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 28 1935.
This will be the first payment made since
Sept. 15 1931, when a similar amount was disbursed.
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Pennsylvania Water & Power Co.-—Company increased the dividend
on its common stock by the declaration of $1 a share, payable Jan. 2;
previously 75c. a share was paid on this stock.
Peoples Drug Stores, Inc.—Extra dividendnf 50c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common
stock, both payable Jan. 2 1935.
An extra of 25c. a share was paid
on

July 1 last;

Pioneer Mill Co.,

Ltd.—Extra dividend of 20c.

a

share in addition to the

regular monthly dividend of like amount on the common stock, both
payable Dec. 2 1935.
An extra of five cents was paid on Dec. 1 1934.

Rapid Electrotype Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
from 60c. a share to 80c. a share, payable Dec. 15 1935.
Public Investing Co.—Special dividend of 10c,

capital

stock,

a

share on the no par

which will represent the first distribution made since
paid.

March 15 1932, when a regular quarterly of 20c. a share was

Reed Roller Bit Co.—Extra dividend of 50c.

a

share in addition to the

regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common stock,

payable Dec. 26 1935.
Reliance Insurance Co. of Philadelphia—Extra dividend of 20c. a
share in addition to a semi-annual dividend of 30c. a share on the capital
stock, both payable Dec. 14 1935.
both

on

the

International Harvester Corp.—Company increased the payment on Its
no par common stock from 15c. a share to 30c. a share, payable Jan. 15
next.

International Mining Corp.—Extra dividend of 5c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of 15c. a share on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 20 1935.




15c.

Kreuger

common

par common

Hazeltine Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the regular
quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par capital stock, both pay¬
able Dec. 16 1935. An extra dividend of 25c. a share was paid on Sept. 14
i-lalSt.

Copper Corp.—Dividend

creased from

(S. H.) Kress A Co.—Extra disbursement of $1 a share
mon stock, payable Dec. 10 1935.
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,

1935.

Hamilton Watch Co.—Dividend of $2 a share on account of accumulations
on the 6%
cumulative preferred stock, payable Dec. 14 1935.
This
will be the first dividend paid on the preferred stock since Dec. 1
1931,
when a regular quarterly of $1.50 a share was made.

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Lord &

Esmond Mills—Dividends of $1.75 a share on account of accumulations on
the 7% cumulative preferred stock were paid on Nov. 1 1935.
This
compares with $1 a share paid on Nov. 1 1934.
A',v,
Ewa Plantation Co.—Dividend on the capital stock Increased from
$1.20 to $2 a share and was payable Nov. 15 1935.

:

share in addition to

a

from 25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Jan. 15, next.
Kaufmann Department Stores, Inc.—Dividend of 20c. a share on the no
par common stock, payable Dec. 16 1935.
A similar disbursement was
made on April 27 last.
Kekaha (Hawaii) Sugar Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of $2.40 a share in

on

a

paid Nov. 30

share on the common capital
stock of no par value, payable Dec. 2 1935.
The last previous disburse¬
ment by the company was on Dec: 10 1934 when 10c. a share was paid.
Johns-Manville Corp.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased

Loew's, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c.

the capital
share paid in

was

payable Dec. 16 1935.

'

common

share

a

share on the no par common stock,

a

the regular quarterly of 15c. a share on the common stock, both payable
Jan. 2 1936.
An extra of 10c. a share was paid oh this issue Oct. 1 last.

Lake

'

v

share on the common stock, both

Irving Air Chute Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c.

(S. R.) Dresser Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $1.50

(E. I.) du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.—Dividend of 90c.

a

International Shoe Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.
1935 on the no par common stock.

^

Dolphin Paint & Varnish Co.—Dividend of 25c.

13

Remington Rand, Inc.—Company declared two initial quarterly cash
dividends of 31 He. a share on the new 5% prior preferred stock, payable
Jan. 1 and April 1 next; an initial semi-annual dividend of $3 on the $6
preferred stock was also declared, payable April 1 in 5% prior preferred
stock as approved by the company's recapitalization plan.

AAA

prior

Republic Steel Corp.—Initial dividend of $1.50 on the 6% cum.
pref. stock, series A stock, payable Jan. 1 next.
.

stock,

Rich's, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common
payable Dec. 14 1935.
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Antelope Copper Mines, Ltd.—Initial dividend of 76 cents a
y share on the American shares, payable Nov. 30 1935.
Ruberoid Co.—Extra dividend of $1.50 a share in addition to the regular
/
quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Dec. 14 1935.
Roan

Scott Paper Co.—Stock dividend of 50% in addition to
dividend of 20c. a share on the no par common stock,

■'

an extra cash
both payable

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Sears, Roebuck & Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a share in addition to
>
a quarterly of like amount on the no par common stock,
both payable
Dec. 16 1935.
A special dividend of 75c. a share was paid on May 1
1935 and was the first disbursement made on this issue since May 2
1932, when 623^c. a share was distributed (the rate paid each quarter
/ since May 1 1926).
,/■ •
Shepard-Niles Crane & Hoist Co.—Initial dividend of 50c. a share on
the new common stock, payable Dec. 15 1935.
>>3'/
S. M. A. Corp.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share in addition to the regular
t
quarterly of 12^c. a share on the common stock, both payable Jan. 2 next
South Penn Oil Co.—Dividend on the capital stock increased from 35c.
Dec. 31 1935.

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-

share to 40c. a share, payable

a

Dec. 28 1935.

of 25c. a share on the
regular semi-annual dividend of 50c. a

Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey—Extra dividend
capital stock, in addition to the

Dec. 16 9135.

share, both payable

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(K.) Taylor Distilling Co., Inc.—Initial dividend of 5c. a share on the
capital stock, payable Dec. 16 1935. <
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Title Insurance Corp. of St. Louis—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in
addition to the rgular quarterly dividend of 12)^c. a share
on
the
common stock, both payable Nov. 30 1935.

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,

Chatillon Corp.—Dividend of $1.75 a share on the 7% cum.
preferred stock, payable Jan. 2 next.
This will be the first disbursement
on this issue since Jan. 2 1933, when a regular quarterly of like amount

Tubize
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was

paid.

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Underwood Elliott Fisher Co.—Dividend on the no pax common stock
increased from 50c. a share to 62Mc. a share, payable Dec. 31 1935.
Union Carbide & Carbon Corp.—Dividend on the no par common

increased from 40c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Jan. 1

;

stock

1936.

United-Carr Fastener Corp.—Quarterly dividend on the no par common
stock increased from 25c. a share to 30c. a share and an extra of 15c.
a

i

share was also declared on this issue, both

payable Dec. 16 1935.

;

Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock.
The extra is payable Dec. 24 1935 and the regular dividend on Jan. 2
1936.
Extras of 25c. a share were distributed on Oct. 1 last and on

United States Gypsum
,

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Inc.—Extra dividend of $2 a share on the
stock, payable Dec. 10 1935.
,
'
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Veeder Root, Inc.—Extra dividend of $2 a share in addition to the
7 regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common stock,
both payable Nov. 30 1935.
An extra dividend of 50c. a share was
Dec. 24 1934.

,,

Vapor Car Heating Co.,

4

no par common

.

Vulcan Detinning Co.—Special dividend of $4 a
stock, payable Jan. 20 1936.
1

Wagner Electric Corp.—Special
common

t

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distributed on Dec. 29 1934.
'

dividend of 50c.

share

■

on

/

the common

share on the $15 par

a

stock, payable Dec. 20 1935.

y-;

Agricultural'Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the capital
jU^TPras paid on Nov. 30 last, and compares with $1.20 a share dis-

Wabdua

,.aled

on

Aug. 31 1935. .'

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iluku Sugar Co.—The company on Nov. 20 last paid an extra dividend
a share in addition to the regular monthly dividend of 20c. a

f 70c.

/share

on

the capital stock.

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month were not

)

sufficient to

erase

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their losses in the first

half, and so in March the stock averages closed lower.
But
from April onward stocks have been making their way, With
a fair degree of speed and in increasingly active dealings, te
higher levels.
During November they attained the highest
levels they had stood at since 1931.
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In November the stock market stood out particularly by
virtue of its activity.

The share turnover—57,459,775 shares

the largest for any month

—was

since July 1933; it was the

largest volume for any November since

1929.

The total com¬

pared with 20,870,861 shares in November a year ago—the
The volume of trading for the first 11 months
was raised to 336,046,435 shares, a total large enough to oute

low since 1921.

strip the previous year's figure for the

corresponding period

shares, but otherwise the lowest volume
since 1924.
3v13:33. <?v 3 33./-:
Two factors appeared to be mainly responsible for the pro¬
longation of the stock market rise through November.
They
were, first, the continuing favorable nature
of the trade
reports, corporate earnings and corporate dividend actions,
and second, the continuation of the inflow of gold from
300,248,022

of

The force exerted on the movement of stock prices
huge imports of gold from Europe is difficult to
gauge.
None is in a better position to estimate the im¬
portance of this influence than the Federal Reserve Bank of
New York, which, as the Treasury's agent, collects figures
weekly on movements of foreign balances in this country.
"In the past few months," remarked this bank at the end of
November, "the (gold) movement appears to have repre¬
sented largely foreign capital, including increasing amounts
for investment in American securities, which no doubt have
been a factor in the strength of the security markets."
Gold
Europe.

by the

receipts at New York in the first 11 months were in excess

$1,360,000,000, approximately half of which arrived in the
a half months.
The using of the proceeds of
the gold receipts by foreign interests to buy American securi¬
ties has helped to explain why the long rise in stock prices
has been accompanied by only a slight increase in borrowings
by Stock Exchange member firms.
As for the activity of trade, the more encouraging items
were the higher level of steel mill production,
contrary to
the usual seasonal trend in November; a sharper gain in
electric power output than is ordinarily witnessed, an ap¬
preciably better volume of railroad traffic than was recorded
a year ago, and the high rate of production in the automo¬
bile industry.
The automobile companies brought out their
new models in the fall this year, and this shift in seasonal
activity has undoubtedly made the fall a more active time of
year than it would otherwise have been.
It remains to be
seen how much business activity this fall was enriched at the
expense of next spring.
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Of paramount importance in stock market trading early in
the month was the decision handed down by Judge William
C. Coleman, in a Federal District Court at Baltimore, holding
that the Public Utilities Act of 1935 "flagrantly violated'1
of

dividend of 25c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the no par common
stock, both payable Dec. 1 1935.
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United States Freight Co.—Extra
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Washington Ry. & Electric Co.—Dividend of $9 a share on the common
stock was paid on Nov. 30 1935.
Quarterly dividends of $3 a share were
distributed on June 1 1934 tq and including Sept. 1 1935.

/

Welch Grape Juice Co.—Special dividend

of 50c. a share on the no par
This distribution will represent
1933.

last two and

,

.

provisions of the Constitution and was "invalid in its en¬
tirety." This decision came late on Nov. 7 and was the im*
mediate cause of a brisk upswing in utility and certain other
stocks on the next few trading days.
The beneficent effect
/sno par common stock, both payable Jan. 2 1936.
fyy/'/r
of this decision on the utility issues was almost entirely lost
Williams Oil-O-Matic Heating Corp.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec.
2 1935.
This will be the first dividend
in the final week of the month, when the Securities and Ex¬
common

j

stock, payable Dec. 15 1935.

the first dividend to be paid on the common stock since

Wesson Oil & Snowdrift Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 37^c. a share
/ in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 12Mc. a share on the

paid on this issue since May 16 1927, when a distribution of 37Kc. a
Share was made.

t

Wisconsin Power & Light Co.-—Dividends of 75c. a share on the 6%
cum. pref. stock and 87J^c. a share on the 7% cum. pref. stock, both
payable -Dec. 16 1935.
On Sept. 16 last distributions of 50c. and
>
581-30. a share, respectively, were paid on these issues.
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UNFAVORABLE

..

change Commission began a counter attack on the
an

JBrown Fence & Wire Co.—Dividend of 30c; a share on the class B
stock paid on Nov. 30 1935.
An initial distribution of 50c. a share
was made on Aug. 31 last.

Manufacturing Co.—Quarterly dividend on the capital stock
decreased from $1 % a share to $1 a share and was payable Nov. 15 1935.
Connecticut Ry. & Lighting Co.—Directors decided that the Nov. 15
dividend on the preferred and common stocks be omitted.
Previously
regular dividends of $1.12^ a share on both the 4M % preferred and

i

common

stocks

Metal Textile
•

paid.

were

,

.

,

•

on the no par common stock
share, payable Dec. 2 1935.
An

Corp.—Quarterly dividend

reduced from

25c.

a

share to

extra dividend of 15c.

.

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15c.

a

share in addition to the regular quarterly

a

dis¬

pref. shares was declared, both payable Dec. 2 1935.
Extra dividends of 25c. a share were
distributed on this class of stock on June 1 last and on Dec. 31 1934.
bursement of 81 Mc. a share on the no par partic.

v

the no par common stock decreased
share, payable Dec. 14 1935.

((John) Morrell & Co.—Dividend
.v

from 90c.

National
40c.

New

a

a

share to 60c.

Transit

Co.—Dividend

share to 35c.

England

Nov.

23

Gas

that

a

on

no

a

&

on
the capital stock
share, payable Dec. 16 next.

reduced from

Electric Association—Directors announced on
had
been taken on the preferred dividend

action

due at this time.

New York & Queens Electric Light & Power Co.—Dividend on the
common stock of no par value reduced from $2 a share to $1 a share,
payable Dec. 14 1935.
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Shell
on

Trading Co., Ltd.—The directors announced
18 1935 that they had decided to defer action on the interim

Transport
Nov.

&

dividend for the present.

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Southern California Edison Co., Ltd.—Quarterly dividend on the 5%
cum. and partic. original preferred stock reduced from 43%c. a share
to 37^c. a share, payable Jan. 15 1936.

move

it did not
the

came

Commission

,

The stock market kept its upward

trend line unbroken in
last week and a
strong upward
tendency of the first two and a half weeks, they were able
to retain enough of their gains to leave them 2.97 points
higher for the four weeks, according to the measurements
of the stock index of the New York "Times." Thus was the
boom in stocks extended into the eighth consecutive month.
It was in the middle of last March that stock prices reached
their low for the year and made ready to set out on the long

the November trading.
While prices in the
half of the month moved counter to the

upward movement.




Their gains in the latter part of the

':3//;>3/'3/"'•3/;'3;:33;/'' V-*;

Another incident which had a pronounced effect on stock
was the publication, on Nov. 23, of a statement by

prices

Eccles,* Chairman of the Board of Governors of
System, in which be gave strong indica¬
did not feel the time ripe to raise margin require¬

Marriner S.

the Federal Reserve
tion that he
ments

or

banks.

to

erase

some

of

the

excess

The statement was received

reserves

of member

by the stock market as

virtually an encouragement to go ahead, and prices rose
briskly on the day of the statement's publication.
Its influ¬
ence was lost in the last week of the month, however, when a
swirl of cross-currents made prices uncertain and nervous.
An unusually long list of declarations of extra dividends

toward helping along the rise.
Included on the
actions by General Motors, Standard of New Jersey,
International Nickel, Coca-Cola, International Shoe, Loew's,
did its part

list

were

May Department Store, &c.
As to the fluctuations of individual stocks, United States
Steel

was

at

its lowest Nov.

1 at 45%

and

at

its

highest

Nov. 18 at 50%, with the close Nov. 30 at 47%.
Steel pre¬
ferred ivas at its lowest Nov. 2 at 106% and at its highest
Nov. 20 at 119%, with the close
Tel. & Tel.

COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET DURING NOVEMBER 1935

keep it from enforcing the registration

to

terms of the Act.

Cabot
,

SEC for the test suit, which was filed Nov. 26.
as a surprise to the utility companies, but
deter them from their united-front effort to enjoin

chosen by the
The

CHANGES

utilities in

attempt to force them to register under the provisions of
The Electric Bond & Share Corp. was the unit

the 1935 Act.

rose

Nov. 30 at 113%.

from 144 Nov. 1 to 160% Nov. 29,

American
with the

158%.
American Can moved down from
148 Nov. 20 to 140% Nov. 26, with the close Nov. 30 at 141%.
General Electric was at its lowest Nov. 1 at 35% and at its
close

Nov. 30 at

highest Nov. 19 at 40%, with the close Nov. 30 at 37%. Allied
Chemical & Dye moved up from 158% Nov. 4 to 168 Nov. 20,
with the close Nov. 30 at 162%.
Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg.
rose from 88% Nov. 4 to 98% Nov. 19, with the close Nov. 30
at 91%.
Consolidated Gas of N. Y. was at its lowest Nov. 1
at 29% and at its highest Nov
20 at 34%, with the close
Nov. 30 at 31%.
In the railroad list, New York Central was
at its lowest Nov. 2 at 22% and at its highest Nov. 25 at 28%,
with the clos» Nov. 30 at 27%.
Delaware & Hudson rose

from 33% Nov. 12 to 39% Nov. 25, with the close Nov. 30 at
36%.1 Union Pacific fell from 88 Nov, 1 to 85 Nov. 13, with
the close Nov. 30 at 87%.
Southern Pacific was at its lowest
Nov. 1 at 18 and at its highest Nov. 25 at 25%, with the close
Nov. 30 at 24%. >/ Baltimore & Ohio was at its highest Nov. 25

■!;•■■..

v/v\.

for November

The bond market

was

for the month in the different issues of United States

tions, and
rate and

a

obliga¬

considerable number, likewise, of domestic corpo¬

foreign government bond issues:
Opening

Closing

Price

Railroad and Industrial Bonds

Nov.

Range for November 1935

Chesapeake Corp 5s

77 H Nov.
65
Nov.

89

Nov. 29

74

Nov.

107M Nov.
99% Nov.

109

Nov. 29

102

Nov. 27

99 X

86)4;
68 M

1

tOlH

55 X

Nov.

59 X Nov. 29

Nov.

76 h Nov.

74

108

Nov.

nox

110 M Nov.

106

106

Nov.

10

Nov.

10M

Chic & N W 4 Ms series A... 1949
C C C & St L 4mb series E..1977

11<>m
UIM
118m
15X
13m

6

8

116M

14M

Nov. 25

12 %
75 M

Nov. 25

6934

73
65 m

91m

Internatl Paper 5s ser A& B.1947
Kan City Sou ref & Imp 5s__1950

63 m Nov.
91 %

Nov.

93 m Nov. 19

93

60 m
83

Erie ref & imp 5s of 1927.... 1967
Croat Northern gen 4 Ms ser E '77
Ml Cent C StL&M O 5s A..1963

71

58

Nov.

69 m Nov. 29

6834

83

Nov.

94M

Nov. 20

64

Nov. 29

62"

Nov.

3634

58

Nov.

70

54X Nov.

35 m
*

30 X Nov.

38

134 m

Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 4s. .2003
Liggett & Myers Tobacco 7s .1944

133 X Nov.

136

,

6

19

18 M Nov.

108

nox Nov. 25

N Y C & St L 4mb ser C—1978
N Y N H & H 1st ref 4Ms.~1967

59

59

25m
41m

24 m Nov.

1997

102 X

'Pennsylvania RR deb 4Ms. .1970

96X

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

Northern Pacific 4s

Pitts G C & St L 5s

ser

1970

A

Rio Grande West 1st 4s

1939

Western Maryland 1st 4s

Total bond sales

Continued heavy gold imports, mainly from France, served

German (Rep) 7s stamped '..1949

all,

of how to

Stamped...

1965
New South Wales (State) 5sl957
Queensland (State) ext 7s... 1941
Rome (City) ext 634s...... 1952
V

76 m Nov. 29

52 m Nov. 29

104M Nov.

105 m Nov.

8

83

Nov.
Nov.

96 m Nov.

as

were

6634

11334
7634
5134
10534

89 m Nov. 15

95

86

4

Closing
Range for November 1935

f

Price

Nov. 30
Lowest

97

Highest

Nov.

93

Nov.

10434
8834
10734
634
110J4
16934
175

3334
10334
10834
5034

...

1935

9834 Nov. 12
96

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

7

Nov.

Nov.

market in general remained virtually un¬
Funds were plentiful, and all classes of prime
short-dated obligations were again in brisk demand, the latter
continuing to exceed the supply by an increasing margin.

9534

New

York

changed.

105

10934

2

11234 Nov. 29
17534 Nov. 8
18034 Nov. 8

Nov.

the

9834

Nov. 27

10634 Nov. 21
9034 Nov. 8
U034 Nov. 21

Discount holdings of the 12 Reserve
$9,066,000 Nov. 13 from their low figure of
$6,128,000 Oct. 30.
Subsequently, however, their total again
declined to $6,032,000 Nov. 27.
Bills bought in the open
market remained practically stationary at $4,674,000 Nov. 27
against $4,676,000 Oct. 30, and industrial advances also were
virtually unchanged at $32,634,000 Nov. 27, as compared with
$32,719,000 Oct. 30. Total member bank reserves advanced
steadily from $5,652,989,000 Oct. 30 to $5,788,991,000 Nov. 27.
Following the advance in the official Stock Exchange call
loan rate to %% near the end of October, money rates in
rose

CALL LOAN

11234
17034

y

i

176

3734 Nov.

42

Nov.

2

30

3334 Nov.

1

Nov.

3934

.3134

'i'■

V.

High

Renewal

%
Saturday
Sunday
X "
Holiday
X

X

Low

.

102

Nov. 22

Nov. 29 105

i

1--.J—

V:

X

2-«—

Nov. 21

3

10834 Nov. 6 11134 Nov. 28
Nov.
4434 Nov. 30 56
8

■AiYYY-

45

X

6

First

Range During November 1935

7-——-

Sale

8

Nov.

1

Lowest

Nov. 30

Highest

-M

X
X

9

Treasury 434s
1947-1952
Treasury 334s
1943-1945
Treasury 4s
1944-1954
Treasury 334s
1946-1956
Treasury 334s__..
1943-1947
Treasury 3s
1951-1955
•Treasury 3s
1946-1948
Treasury 334s.
1940-1043
Treasury 33481941-1943
Treasury 334»——
1946-1949
Treasury 334s.->—---1949-1952
Treasury 3 Ms—
---1941
Treasury 334a J.
-1944-1946
Treasury 2 Ms
1955-1960
Treasury 234s
—1945-1947
Fed'l Farm Mtge 3348.1944-1964

114.28

114.28 Nov.

115 .10 Nov.

105.2

105

105 .13 Nov.

105.5

12

110.18

13—

110 .28 Nov.

108.29 Nov.

106.3

Nov.

109 .11 Nov.
106 .17 Nov.

102.22

102.15 NOV.

102 .31 Nov.

102.22

102.13 Nov.

102 .30 Nov.

Nov.

107 .13 Nov.

107.4

Nov.

107 ,16 Nov.

103" 18

103.14 Nov.

103 .29 JSov.

103.13

103.10 Nov.

103 22 Nov.

107.22

107.16 Nov.
104.22 Nov.

108. 2

Nov.

105 5

Nov.

104.24
100.3
100.26
102.21

99.24 Nov.
100.18 Nov.
102.14 Nov.

104.23

100 13 Nov.

99.24

101, 5

100.18

Nov.

;

102 24 Nov.

102.14

101. 9

100.23

Nov.

101, 14 Nov.

Nov.

100. 12 Nov.

100.5

100

A. 1952

100.26

100.19 Nov.

1939-1949

99.25

99.13 Nov.

ser

; x

•

101. 3

X
X

Commercial paper
new

x
X
X

,

<

57,459,775

Bond sales (par value)—
Railroad and miscell-..

$

253,730,000
28,995,000
19,252,000

«i State, munic. & foreign.
United States Govt——
.

<•

Total bond sales

301,977,000

20,870,861
$

150,953,000
42,782,000
56,359,000
250,094,000

Nov.

Nov.

100.23

99. 31 Nov.

at

300,248,022

X

33,646,666

23,054,483

8

$

150,636,000
69,346,500
93,137,850

97,304,000
46,042,500
16,072,800
.

159,419,300

402,039,147
1,386,746,800
608,299,600
466,368,950

$

Y Total bond sales

$

:Y

3,025,029,000 3,453,362,700 3,089,648,350 2,461,415,350
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X

X

Holiday
X
Saturday

:

'

X

by commercial and industrial

con¬

Under date of Nov. 14 the
that returns received by

the bank from commercial paper dealers showed a total of
$180,400,000 of open market commercial paper outstanding
on Oct. 31 1935 as compared with $183,100,000 on Sept. 30

1935

and

$187,700,000

on

Oct. 31 1934.

RATES FOR MONEY AT NEW YORK

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Range lor week (mixed & Indus, collateral)

X@X

X@X

X@X

Week's average (mixed & Indus, collateral)

X

X@X
X

Time loans (mixed and

Five months

been included

•

&

X

•

——

—-

l

1

1

1

1

Y? 1

1

1

1

1

YY

1

1

—

rates

-—

on

security

1

l

1

X

,

1

1

1

-

Good 4 to 6 months

loan

1
1

-

-

Commercial paper—
Double and single names—
Prime 4 to 6 months

Time

X;

Indus, collateral)—

Thirty days
Sixty days
Ninety days
Four months

'

in total.

X
X

X

Week Ended—

619,939,996

$

X
X
X

X

'

r

1932

Railroad and miscell... 2,026,617,000 2,062,331,700
1,926,212,400
State, munic. & foreign.
344,932,000
558,640,000
704,518,000
United States Govt—
653,480,000
832,391,000
458,917,950

-

1

Reserve Bank announced

Six months—

z336,046,435

X "

Nov. 9

1933

Jan. 1 to~Nov. 30—

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

f

X
xm
X M

Saturday
Sunday

30

1% for less known names.

Federal

99.15

313,120.350

•

X

X •Y

X
X
X

continued quiet, with the limited quanti¬

notes drawn

Call loans on Stock Exohange—

Month of November—•
Stock sale®—No. of shares

i'

1934

y;

■

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE

1935

V-YVY.•; .:Y

falling far short of satisfying the bank investment de¬
mand.
Rates were unchanged at %% for prime names and

100.23 Nov.

234S

;

X

—

24-.-;.——

cerns

101.7

Home Owners' L'n 3s
;

X

ties of

101.10

----1942-1947

.

X

102.13

107.4

100.31

234s

.

23

102.16

107.11

X
X
X

V:: X

14..

110.18 Nov.

'•

Renewal

High

Saturday
Sunday
X

Y X
X

22.—J—

X

YM;Y:

15

110.18
108.29

1944-1949
a

-

:•

w-

•

..1942-1947

3S
38

X

X
X

19

Holiday

11—,..

106.10

—

'

Nov.

Low

18

Saturday
Sunday

10

Nov.

17

X

X

"

—

:

16...—i.

X

Last

Sale

,

RATES ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

5

Government Bonds

28916570

the

minimize and control

German Govt Internatl 534s—
-

by the

to new heights.

In
$208,000,000 foreign gold reached the country during
November. Including the deposits of newly-mined and scrap
gold, this inflow resulted in a further addition of $225,000,000
to the country's monetary gold stocks.
Since September the
current movement of gold imports and engagements has
totaled $800,000,000, and since the beginning of the year the
inflow has approximated $1,700,000,000, while since stabiliza¬
tion of the dollar, the total amount of gold received has
reached the huge sum of about $1,650,000,000.
In addition
to the heavy inflow of gold, there was a moderate transfer
reserves

to

Nov.

4134

bank

August.

X Nov.

634

further growth of excess

banks

175

r

to accentuate the accumulation of funds as reflected

the end of

11134
17334

.

801,047,500

98

1935

1957
Belgium (Kingdom) 6 34s-, 1949
Brisbane (City) 5s......-.i 1957
Canada (Dominion) 5s' ..—1952
French Republic ext 734s. Jil941
L
External 7s.
—1949

878,337,000

THE MONEY MARKET DURING NOVEMBER 193$

4534

Price

Austrian (Govt) 7s.. -*i——

930,377,000

—

98m Nov. 29
113 h Nov. 29

60

97

$

739,244,000
26,817,500
34,986,000

1,084,963,000

Foreign governmentForeign corporate

801,201,000
39,334,000
37,802,000

96 X Nov.
113
Nov
42

9334
10434
8834
10734

8

873,521,000
33,175,000
23,681,000

28

96

1955

49,743,593

94,211,540

8

1,058,395,000
14,816,000
11,752,000

the danger of ex¬
inherent in the present situation.
Treasury financing in November was entirely in the form of
short-term bill issues, aggregating flotations of $400,000,000

110

Nov. 25

Nov. 1

—

54,991,035

$

Domestic

103

v

Opening

Australia 5s of 1925..

66,021,091

Bond sales (par value)—

103 X Nov. 27

67

83 m

Argentine (Govt) 6s ser A—.1957
External 534s
1962

63,081,000

Nov.

62

Foreign Bonds

65,823,000

compared with maturities of $200,000,000; 110-day bills
being discounted on an average basis of 0.063%, while
273-day issues were taken at 0.13%, the lowest rate since

41

105 m

1952

72,170,000

28 m Nov. 25
45 m Nov. 30

Nov.

42

Southern Ry gen 4s series A.. 1956

y

101 % Nov.

U3X'

Union Pacific 1st & ref 4s...2008
Warner Bros Pictures 6s
1939

$

57<722,000
2,396,000
2,963,000

cessive credit expansion

3l"

33 m Nov. 25

107 m Nov.

—

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—
Stock sales—No. of shares

cussions

Nov. 20

New York Central conv 6s. .1944

3,263.964

$

58,836,000
3,778,000
3,209,000

although that movement was more than counter¬
balanced by withdrawals of funds by the Treasury.
While
the continued growth of excess reserves—to a new high of
$3,070,000,000—did not cause any further decline in the exist¬
ing low level of money rates, except for a slight decrease in
yields on government securities, it did result in renewed dis¬

liOM

Nov. 27

7M Nov.

$

68,244,000
2,450,000
.v 1,476,000

country,

Nov. 18

Nov.

4

4,854,095

3,708,344

$

.

Nov. 12

Nov. 25

1932

to New York of idle bank funds from other sections of

59

72

108

Chic Milw St P & Pac 5s A.. 1975

55

76

1950
B1995
1947

Mo-Kan-Tex cum ad1 5s....1967

1935

Highest

77 x
74

_

Ches & Ohio ret & imp 4 Ms

Lowest

108 X

Allegheny Corp coll trust 5s -1944
Amer & Foreign Power 5s...2030
Atch Top & 9 Fe gen 4s..... 1996
Baltimore Ohio 1st gold 4s.. 1948
Convertible 4 Ms
1960
Bost <fc Maine 1st 5s ser A-C.1967

o

Nov. 30

1935

Brooklyn Union Elev 5s

Price

1

1933

95,301,000
1,333,000
823,000

Total bond sales

bonds, due to unsettlement in the political and financial situ¬
ation abroad, followed an irregular course.
In the following table we show, as usual, the fluctuations

.

97,457,000

Foreign governmentForeign corporate

featured by marked

'

1934

10,947,984

Domestic

8% and at its highest Nov. 29
15%, with the close Nov. 30 at 14%. ^Y-

44

EXQHAN&E

X

Bond sales (par value)—

at its lowest Nov. 12 at

buoyancy and strength at the close of the month in lowergrade railroad bonds, reflecting favorable railroad earnings
reports.
Other lower-grade issues were unchanged around
the year's best levels.
High-grade bonds were more or less
stable throughout November, with United States government
securities showing little or no movement at all.
Foreign

1935

-:t

Month of November—
Stock sales—No. of shares

17% and at its lowest Nov. 12 at 14, with the close Nov. 30
at 16%.
Chesapeake & Ohio moved up from 44% Nov. 2 to
53 Nov. 25, with the close Nov. 30 at 51%.
Southern Railway
at

15

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE CURB

at

was

'

MONTHLY' REVIEW

Dec., 1935]

X

X

1

1

■■■

1

1

:'-'-

X

collateral continued to

1 ;■

-

be

quoted at the nominal rate of 1% for all maturities.
There
a
small increase in loans on securities, but this was

was

largely due to the taking over of loans previously placed for

,

EEYIEW

MONTHLY

16

remains somewhat smaller
DAILY

than

current.

a year ago.

ing October in outstandings of

acceptances due largely to a
$30,000,000 rise in domestic warehouse credits which usually
increase at this time of the year.
Total outstandings of $363,-

OF TIME LOAN RATES

RECORD

Rales on Mixed Collateral

Not.

>'

2-

:

.

000,000, however, remained about $200,000,000 below a year

6 Months

5 Months

ago.

1

1

1

1

1

1

4 Months

90 Days

60 Days

30 Days

1

held

Satur day

'■

At the end of October, accepting banks and bankers
93% of all bills then outstanding."

Sun day

3
4

1

i

THE

LOANS

BROKERS'

Holi day

------

OF

RETURNS

THE

1

1

1

1

1

1

6.

NEW

BANKS-

RESERVE

FEDERAL
IN

YORK

CITY

■

"

6.----_.

i'vv;

7..

l

8

l

V

1

■

i

1

yv

1

1

1

V:.''

1

1

<;

■

The Federal Reserve statistics in November were marked,

1
1

on

Satur day

10

/

1

1

,

9

Sun day

13

1

1

1

1

1

l

1

15

1

1

1

1

1

l

■

:

}'

16

17———————

•Z'

18

Satur day

l

-

,

/.

.

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

V'.v;

l'-V

1

v/v 1

1

1

1V;:.-

1/

;/v: 1

1

'

■'

1

1

,'.7

1

.

30--.

1'

1

i

i

i

Satur day

remained at the previous
bills showed a considerable
seasonal increase, offerings continued to fall far short of the
demand.
The American Acceptance Council on Nov. 21 pub¬
lished its usual survey of the acceptance market and found
that total acceptances rose from $327,834,317
Sept. 30 to
$362,984,286 Oct. 31, which figure, however, still remained
far below the corresponding date of last year, when out¬
standing acceptances totaled $561,601,752. In making public
the figures, Robert H. Bean, Executive Secretary of the
Council, stated that the largest part of the increase was in
the volume of acceptances created for the purpose of financ¬
ing goods stored in domestic warehouses, a seasonal portion
which usually accounts for a heavy volume of acceptance
business at this time of the year.
These warehouse credits
bankers' acceptances

Rates for

low levels.

net result was

bank

are

almost entirely holding

surplusage was up only $50,000,000, reaching the $3,060,000,000 level.
A new record high for surplus reserves was
established on Nov. 20 at $3,070,000,000. The Federal Advisory

in dispatches from Washington pub¬
Federal Reserve
Board that steps be taken to reduce the total of excess re¬
serves.? The statement on Federal Reserve policy published
on Nov. 23
by Governor Eccles indicated, though, that the
System did not contemplate any action along this line just
Council was reported,

lished

which

60 Days

3t6~H

316-X

1

3te-H

3\6~H
Holiday

herX

mmmmrnC

.

7—-

:'v

8

mmmmrn

•

J16-H
'16-^

316-H
he-H
316-H

3is-H
316
316~H

Reserve increased

Sunday
Holiday

10
11
'm'mmmm

■

13
14

««»••«•*

15

316-H
3.6-^
316-^

316"H
3\6~M
*\erH

mmmmi 'r'H

.

.

X-*16
X-5^

N-®16
«J1«

X-s16

316"H
3]6~H
3t6-H
316~H

x -<>,<!■

:•

:::;

V

H-316
X-*i6
316

X-*,6

H-®16
5^-516

x-5*

«...

18

'

■

-V

19

20.—

''<*«*•»«»

■.

21

m +

■

'it*}/?

m + m

'""'v

22

|

he-H
316-H
316-H
316-H
316-H

3>6~H

hs-H
h«rH
3\6~H

316~h

X-3*

X-5i«>

3\6~H
316~J^

X-3*
X-*w

For

N-«I«

5^-516.
h-®i6
X-s16

X^6

x-5™
'

rnrnmmm>

25

m*.*, mm

26

v"/

••

27.—
28

mmmmrn

.

m

mm

mm

he-K
1

1

S1«-H
he-H
316-H

316 -H
3ie-H
3t6~H

X-5^
M-»1«

x-3™

X-^ie

X-3^
X-'tt

x-5*

X-'te

316_H
Saturday

I

"Monthly Re¬
view," discussed conditions in the market for bankers' accept¬
The New York Federal Reserve

ances as

follows:




were

by the
an

period

statistics, all of the weekly reporting
increase of $112,000,000 in loans and invest¬

new

an

shown to be up

$59,000,000 in the four-week period, with

loans to brokers and dealers in New York up

Bank, in ^-

"Although there was a slight increase in activity occa¬
sioned by the appearance of some new bills during the second
week of November, the bill market has continued very quiet.

other bank assets than loans and investments

increase of $156,000,000 in holdings of government
securities, and an increase of $221,000,000 in demand de¬
posits. The New York reporting banks, in the four weeks
ended Nov. 27, had a gain of $255,000,000 in loans and invest¬
ments, a gain of $143,000,000 in government securities, and a
gain of $22,000,000 in holdings of acceptances and commercial
paper.
In the statement of the latter banks, brokers' loans

X-5^

X^16

the form

the three weeks ended Nov. 20, this being the

ments,

Holiday

■

29
co o

316-^
316~H

the changes in

statement

on

banks showed

>

Sunday

,

'

the week ended Nov. 13 that

Board made

capital account.

on

covered

?^-516
X-516

316~H
316~H
316-^

Saturday

mmrnrnm"-

24

the weekly

and

'

23

in the statistics for

:

X-*i6

Sunday

mm''''-

mmmmm.

was

information

X-3*

Federal

The System's ratio was up

of the reporting New York and
Chicago banks.
The changes in the figures of all of the
weekly reporting banks, which were still more sweeping,
appeared in the Nov. 6 statement and comparisons were
included for the previous week.
The statement of all weekly
reporting banks was expanded to cover reporting banks in
101 leading cities, as it did prior to the banking holiday in
1933, instead of 91 cities as in the recent past. The figures
are now grouped according to assets and liabilities, and sev¬
eral of the items are further broken down, with figures of
loans to banks and foreign bank deposits added, as well as
of

:

X-3*
«j1s
K-* 16

Saturday

16

17

$18,385,000.

from 76.5% to 77.0%.

H-»16

Saturday

9

12

In reflection of the weakness of European gold ex¬

higher.

It

'

V

/:w :-v-

.

other respects

changes, deposits of foreign central banks with the

Sunday

6

to

the

002,000.
In accommodating the increased currency require¬
ments, particularly in the week just before Thanksgiving Da**,
the System placed into circulation $115,463,000 more of its
notes.
Treasury and National bank currency was $20,000,000

Saturday

6

in

bought in the open market declined $2,000 to $4,674,000. In¬
dustrial advances were $85,000 lower at $32,634,000, and com¬
mitments to make advances were $955,000 higher at $28,-

newly-created

H~3K

markets

the System's portfolio holdings were, as
usual for more than a year, little changed.
Bills discounted
for member banks were $96,000 lower at $6,032,000, and hills
In

120 Days

3

securities

the

?■ •":/

securities.

ACCEPTANCES

90 Days

in

./U;-".

the Federal Reserve
30 Days

than five times the amount needed

boom

portfolio of government securities the System shifted
out of a small quantity of bonds into shorter maturities, a
necessary preliminary to any action to let securities run off
to soak up excess reserves.
The whole portfolio of govern¬
ments of the System showed the nominal increase of $7,000,
but the proportion of bond holdings decreased $18,983,000.
To take the place of these bonds the System added $16,670,000 of Treasury notes and $2,320,000 of bills and

Rates for bankers' acceptances were

2

4

wild

In its

150 Days
180 Days
Accept'ces Bid A Ask Bid A Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid A Ask

■v'''

time of eliminating some of the reserves,

more

late '20s.

Call Loans
Secured by

are now

touch off a

%% bid and 5/16% asked for 150-day and 180-day bills.

Not.

Nov. 30, to have recommended to the

He said that studies were being made of the proper

now.

unchanged at 3/16% bid and */•% asked for 30-day, 60-day
and 90-day bills;!%% bid and 3/16% asked for 120-day bills,
PRIME BANKERS'

on

method and proper

portfolio.
All banks reporting to the Council held
of their own bills $178,236,012 as of the end of October, and
of other banks' bills, $160,580,957, a total of $338,816,969. Of
this amount of own and other bills, $267,948,614 were held by

and

of member bank excess reserves did not,

however, keep pace with the increase in actual reserves, for

bills in

New York City banks.

$136,000,000.

grew

th

$29,683,221 in the month, but even this gain leaves
its 1934 total.
Acceptances cre¬
ated for the purpose of financing imports increased $3,808,038.
Those used for the purpose of financing domestic shipments
increased $1,780,973, and quite unexpectedly the type of
acceptances used to finance goods stored in or shipped
between
foreign1 countries increased $2,824,359.
Export
acceptance credits continued to decline, their volume reach¬
ing $74,653,374, a loss for the month of $2,068,102 and a re¬
duction of $72,000,000 from the total outstanding on Oct. 31
1934.
Acceptances for the purpose of creating dollar ex¬
change showed a reduction of $878,520. Notwithstanding the
opportunity to finance by direct loans, producers, packers
and potential exporters are seen making use of acceptance
credits to carry products in warehouses.
Furthermore, this
month's survey shows that numerous banks are returning to
the use of acceptances for their customers' requirements,
although the market does not reveal any increased activity
banks

reserves

The enlargement

the volume at only 50% of

these

resulting therefrom to its daily requirements. The
that, in spite of the rise in currency, member

balances

While the supply of

were up

as

circulation

period without bringing down member bank reserves.
Bujt to the effects on the member bank reserve position of
the receipts of gbld from Europe and domestic mines was
added a special influence exerted by the Treasury itself.
For the Treasury deposited some $240,000,000 of gold cer¬
tificates with the Federal Reserve banks and applied the

i

-

gold stock was more than ample to

of the $134,000,000 increase in currency

care

in this
i

Holi day

28.......
29

take

1
;

to the monetary

dition

*

I

l

:

1

1

■•/.•••l

•

1

I

1

27

i
y

' w.:; V;vv.,

Satur day
Sun day

26

mately $225,000,000 in the calendar month, the increase in
the four weeks ended Nov. 27 was $188,000,000.
This ad¬

1
::

1,-yvy

...

i

I

bank weekly

in the monetary gold stock was approxi¬

that the expansion

1

1

hand, by a continuation of the heavy volume of

figures were published.
While the Federal Reserve Bank of New York calculated

,y.

1

23

25.......

'•

V^v-:

1

1

I-

•

l

...

22
24

y

one

change in the form in which reporting member

1

1

rV;/ rr''K

:■

l

21

:

"V;,,

Sun day

l

\

19
20

<

'" ''r

■

1

1

1

l

1

14

1

1

v:;

l

12

the

gold imports and the appearance of the seasonal influences
on
the currency circulation and, on the other hand, by a

Holi day

11

■

quotations likewise have remained at levels previously
An additional increase of $35,000,000 occurred dur¬

Rate

The total volume of loans on securities

out-of-town banks.

:

outside New

York up

$2,000,000.

$57,000,000 and

Street loans, as compiled

j by the New York Stock Exchange, were $53,691,568 higher,
■

the amount of these loans on Nov. 30

1935 standing at $846,-

against $792,421,569 on Oct. 31 1935.
On Nov. 30
1934 the total of these loans outstanding stood at $831,115,348.
113,137

as

Dec., 1935]
COURSE OF STERLING

ports

were up £25,887,000.
The gross railroad traffic
in Great Britain for* the first 45 weeks of the
year

EXCHANGE IN NOVEMBER

receipts
showed

Sterling exchange was firmer in terms of the dollar
throughout November than in October.
This was due pri¬

increase of £1,106,000 over the corresponding period a year
ago, of which 40% of the improvement had been recorded in

marily to the fact that the Continental exchanges, especially
the French franc, were under
great pressure.
When the
Continental units are under pressure, a movement of funds

index of

to

is

London

the

ordinarily indicated.

Aside from this factor,

that fol¬

of sterling was not very different from

course

September.
Throughout November, as
during October, and, in fact, since the end of June, a move¬
ment of funds was in progress from London to the New York
lowed since early in

security markets, a movement which became greatly acceler¬
ated in September and continued so until after the general
elections in November.
The outward flow of funds was, how¬
not sufficient to

ever,

counteract the movement of Conti¬
Treas¬

nental funds to London, and besides the United States
ury

Department was constantly active in the London silver

market, absorbing all offers of the white metal.
From about Sept. 9 onward, the fear that the Italo-Ethi-

opian dispute might have serious repercussions in Europe,
which with the concurrent growth of confidence in the prog¬
ress

M"

of recovery »in

the United States, were prevailing fac¬
gold from both the Continent and from

an

the six weeks

up

British

to Nov. 16.

1930

on

The

as

fact

that the sanctions ordered by the League of
against Italy became effective on Nov. 18 seemed
not to have any adverse effect on the outlook for British

Nations

business

or on

sterling quotations.

It was clearly understood
hardship in certain cases, and
every indication that existing arrangements to
discharge Italian commercial debts in Great Britain might
break down.
The Chamber of Commerce of London began to
press the government in November to make good any capital
losses incurred by traders, the contention being that as the
sanctions are political their cost should be borne by the
that

sanctions

there

would

cause

was

nation.

Financial circles

the Chamber

as

a

in London regarded

this

reasonable demand, and pointed

plea of
out that

the total cost to the country should not be heavy.
The Bank of England was an exceptionally heavy buyer of

tors in the exodus of

gold in November.

England to the United States.
Early in November the fears
that Europe would become deeply involved in the crisis began
to subside, but the critical economic and political situation
in France more than offset the subsidence of war fears, so

'M

The London Board of Trade

industrial

activity for the third quarter,
100, stood at 110.8, compared with 111.5 for
the June quarter, and with 103.2 for the third quarter of 1934.
based

outsiders to discover.

The total gold
movement to New York from the other side between Sept. 9
and Nov. 27 amounted to approximately $800,000,000, includ¬
ing amounts actually received and those eh route at the end
of the month.
The principal shippers were France, with over
$484,000,000; England, with approximately $152,000,000, and
Holland, with $62,300,000.
Including the above total, the
entire inflow of gold to the United States from all parts of
the world since the first of the year was approximately
$1,670,000,000, so that the total gold stocks of the United
States on Nov. 26 passed the $10,000,000,000 mark and were
estimated at $10,004,000,000.
An official idea of the amount of capital flowing from
the other side for investment here was given for the first
that the flight

time in

a new

of capital was not checked.

form of revised statement of condition of the

reporting member banks in the Federal Reserve System. An
important addition to this statement was an item showing
deposits due to foreign banks. These deposits have been the
subject of considerable speculation ever since the organiza¬
tion of the Federal Reserve banks.

As reported on Nov. 6,
$372,000,000 and represented an in¬
crease of $249,000,000 over those of a year earlier.
These
figures indicated to some extent the Amounts of foreign
money which have recently been seeking investment in New
York.
The total of such investments, however, must be still
greater, as many private accounts and accounts of capitalists
in their corporate capacity are handled directly by brokers
and cannot appear as funds due to foreign banks.
Prac¬
tically all1 the gold which has arrived here in the past year
was privately owned.
i
Early in November the foreign exchange market was dull
and hesitant, owing to the approach of the general elections
in Great Britain, and there was also much nervousness among
European capitalists lest the Cabinet of M. Laval in France
might be overthrown by uncompromising radical factions in
the Chamber of Deputies.
However, these two sources of
hesitancy happily resolved and as the month closed there
was a more buoyant feeling in Paris, and the note of optimism
was particularly evident in London.
The British National
government in the general elections on Nov. 14 was returned
to power with the unexpectedly large majority of 240 seats,
these balances

while

as

a

totaled

result of

a

to the French nation,

of front

on

Nov. 26, there

was

such

a

change

the part of his opponents in the Finance Commit¬

tee of the Chamber and in the Chamber itself that he received
a

vote of confidence for his decree laws and other

measures

taken to defend the franc.
The

success

of the National government of Great Britain

at the

polls was interpreted as a direct mandate from the
people to support plans for extensive additions and improve¬
ments to all British national defense measures, especially a
virtual reconstruction of the navy and the air force.
Hence

the

government's approved

program gave assurance of expan¬

sion in many

lines of heavy industry, shipbuilding and engi¬
neering projects. In addition, all British industry received
great encouragement as the government's plans called for the
expenditure of other large sums in the expansion of industrial
activity.
For instance, the party had committed itself to a
road-building plan involving the expenditure of £100,000,000
during the next five years, and to financial assistance to

provide more efficient railway service and to rebuild blighted
areas.
Such a program, if carried out, should give large
contracts to engineering, steel and cement plants, and should
stimulate the building trades stO1 further.
Building, especially of private dwellings, has been ex¬
tremely active in Great Britain for the past few years.
In
the six months ended March 31, 14,357 houses were built in
England under State subsidy and 153,062

pendently.
were

built

'

were erected inde¬

In the corresponding period of 1933-34, 31,043
State subsidy and 122,247 independently.

under

British

trade indices of ever^ kind published in

showed

a

continuous upward trend which has

progress for more than four years.
Board
showed imports for the first 10 months

November

now

been in

of Trade returns
of

the

vear

£7,120,000 over the corresponding period of 1934, while




In part,

at least, the gold purchases

made because of the expansion of payrolls and trade at
home. In the early part of November the bank's note circula¬
were

tion was approximated £22,500,000 above that during the>
corresponding period a year ago, and it was then expected
that if the seasonal demand at Christmas time should
prove

correspondingly heavy, the additional circulation will reach
another

£25,000,000 or £30,000,000 by the end of the year.
the seasonal expansion will be followed by an
equal contraction after the turn of the year.
The marked
trade expansion was reflected in the October figures of the
10 London clearing banks, which showed an increase of
£12,000,000 in deposits to a new peak of £2,035,675,000.
This accounts in large measure for the cheapness of credit
in the London market, and it also reflects the general con¬
fidence in the stability of sterling.
Open market money
rates has shown hardly any variation for many months.
Throughout November call money against bills was in supply
Of

course,

%%.
Two- and three-months' bills were quoted 9/16%
%%; four-months' bills, %% to 11/16%, and six-months'
bills, 11/16% to %%.
During November there was a total
of £5,762,000 of gold "available" in the open market, as re¬
ported by the price-fixing committee from day to day. This
compared with £9,370,000 in October.- During November the
at
to

Bank of England bought an extraordinary amount of gold,
approximately £2,447,590 in bars. Between January and the
end of November the bank bought £5,378,396 in gold bars.
The London open market gold price ranged between a high
of 141s. 7d.
and 28.

on

1 to

Nov.

$4.91%, and

on

**[■>.!vft

London

on

Nov.

1
2-A_

Nov.

3

Nov.

4.

ON PARIS AND PRICE OF GOLD IN LONDON

Nov.

Mean

\;

London

London

London

Open Marke

:

Check Rate

Open Market

Gold Price

Paris

74.612

141s.

74.625

on

141s.

74.702

7d.

Nov. 16--..

5Xd.
Sunday

Sunday
___

Nov. 23, 26

on

Nov. 1 at $4.91% @

on

Mean

Check Rate

Nov.

low of 140s. lid.

Nov. 30 at $4.93 y8 @$4,93%.

LONDON CHECK RATE

*

a

Sterling cable transfers sold

Paris

Gold Price

74.687

Nov. 17

141s.

Sunday

Nov. 18

^

141s.

5d.

Nov. H9...-.

'.-<'74.77

v

141s.

5d.

141s.

:1." 74.68

Nov. 20

5d.

Sunday

74.666

6^d.

of
ex¬

5-—

74.75

141s.

4^d.

6-.--

74.702

141s.

3^d.
4Hd.

141s.

Nov.

Nov. 21

74.806

141s.

5d.

Nov.

7—-

74.64

141s.

5J^d.

Nov. 22

74.968

141s.

3d.

Nov.

8

74.732

141s.

5d.

Nov. 23

74.968

140s. lid.

Nov.

9

74.812

141s.

Nov. 24

Sunday

Nov. 10

Sunday

Nov. 25

74.968

140s. 11

Nov. 11

74.796

141s.

4^d.

Nov. 26

74.996

140s. lid.

Nov. 12

74.734

141s.

4d.

Nov. 27

74.961

Nov. 13

74.68

141s.

6d.

Nov. 28

74.999

140s. lid.

Nov. 14

74.702

141s.

4^d.

Nov. 29

74.903

141s.

Hd.

Nov. 15

determined radio appeal by M. Laval
on

In fact, the bank has followed this policy
throughout the year, having up to the end of November
bought approximately £5,378,396 in gold bars.
What the
bank's policy in this respect indicates it is impossible for

74.702

141s.

5d.

Nov. 30

74.843

141s.

Hd.

In

3Hd.
Sunday

"

:

.

Sunday
Kd.

1418.

the foreign exchange situation during
November, the New York Federal Reserve Bank said in its
"Monthly Review" for Dec. 1:
"The increasingly heavy movement of capital to this coun¬
commenting

on

try from abroad for investment in American securities, and
uneasiness over the French situation were the chief influ¬
ences

in the foreign exchange market during November.

The

against the French franc increased steadily during
continuously below
t lie gold shipping point from Paris to New
York, touching
a low of $0.0657% during the course of
trading on Nov. 21.
During a considerable part of the month French exchange
was also quoted in the vicinity of the lower gold point with
respect to both Amsterdam and Brussels. The discount on

pressure

most of the month, and the rate remained

widened from the equivalent of 7% a year
beginning of the month to 18% on Nov. 25, but subse¬
quently narrowed somewhat.
"In the latter part of November the pressure against the
franc was accompanied by the development of weakness in
forward francs

at the

both Dutch and Swiss exchanges, which dropped below their
lower gold points.
As is usual during periods of pressure

against the Continental gold exchanges, the European demand
for sterling increased considerably, with the result that the
sterling-dollar rate rose t<^$4.93%—$4.94 in the latter part
of November as compared with $4.91% at the end of October.
"Following the announcement
Chinese government's

new

early in November of the
monetary measures and the im¬

position of an embargo on silver exports by the Hong Kong

-

;

MONTHLY REVIEW

18

to 5%,

while the rate for advances on securities was
5% to 6%.
A few days later, on Nov. 25, the

government, the marked downward tendency in the quota¬
tions for the Chinese exchanges was halted and the rates
showed a high degree of stability during the remainder of the
month.
The Shanghai dollar was held between 29%c. and

1%

Kong, after touching a low of
36V2c. on Nov. 27. The Japa¬
nese yen,
which had been pegged at a constant rate with
respect to sterling for a number of months, receded very
slightly in the London market during November."
Changes in the gold holdings of the Bank of England were
exceptionally marked in November.
In the week ended

the Paris foreign exchange market

from

lifted

rediscount rate was increased to 6%.

that arbitrageurs in
had received information
that the Bank of France would discourage the purchase of
Paris

30c., while exchange on Hong
34%c. on Nov. 9, recovered to

dispatches on

Nov. 23 stated

gold from the bank if destined for shipment and sale in the

market, although the London open market price
might warrant such shipments.
The bank
every facility for expediting shipments F"1

London open

metal

for the

to extend

continued

The distinction which

gold to New York and Brussels.

of

policy drew between shipments of gold to gold countries
and those to the London
open
market marked the first
break in the bank's traditional policy of paying out gold
this

of £885,240; in the week ended
Nov. 13 an increase of £969,477; in the week ended Nov. 20
an increase of £092,607, and in the week ended Nov. 27 an
increase of £369,895.
The bank's gold holdings on Nov. 27
stood at new record high of £198,439,185, which compared
with £192,681,035 a year earlier, with the minimum of £150,000,000 recommended by the Cunliffe Committee, and with
£136,880,252 in the bank's statement just prior to the suspen¬
sion of gold in September 1931.
Details of the gold movement to and from New York are
outlined as follows in the "Monthly Review" of the New
York Federal Reserve Bank for Dec. 1:
^
"Gold continued to flow into the United States from abroad
Nov. 6 there was an increase

freely to meet any and all demands so long as they con¬
formed to the law which allows payment to be made in bars
of

specified weight.
The

of

Bank

France statement for Nov. 1

showed

a

de¬

holdings of 168,152,374 francs; for the week
ended Nov. 8 a loss of 667,060,114 francs; for the week ended
Nov. 15 a decrease of 933,354,791 francs; for the week ended
Nov. 22 a decrease of 1,364,364,602 francs.
Gold holdings of
the bank on Nov. 22 stood at 69,025,012,910 francs, which

crease

in gold

compared with 81,976,307,838 francs a year earlier, and with

during November, and, in fact, toward the end of the month
the movement became accelerated.
Since September the

28,935,000,000 francs when the unit was stabilized in June
1928.
The Bank of France ratio on Nov. 22 stood at 72.27%

$800,000,000, including amounts actu¬

compared with 80.44% a year earlier and with legal require¬
ment of 35%.
The franc ranged in November between 6.58%

movement has totaled

and the inflow since
the beginning of the year for the country as a whole has
amounted to approximately $1,670,000,000.
"Imports actually received in November totaled $208,400,000, including $179,000,000 from France, $9,900,000 from
India, $8,700,000 from England, $5,500,000 from Canada,
$2,700,000 from Holland, $1,000,000 from China, $800,000
ally received and those now en route,

Australia and

from

$800,000 from Russia.

On Nov.

and 6.60%.

Paris cable

1

transfers were 6.59@

6.59%, and on Nov. 30, 6.58%@6.59.
The Italian exchange situation became progressively worse
in November.
Until the imposition of financial and economic

Nations, which became effective
control had been working with
co-operation of the Bank of France to keep the lira pegged

sanctions by the League of

Nov. 18, the lira exchange

on

the

These imports,

around 8.11

at

together with deposits of newly-mined and scrap gold at the
mints and assay offices and a net release of *500,000 of gold
held under earmark at this bank, resulted in an increase of

and

8.13.

The last published statement

of

showed that between Oct. 10 and Oct. 20

the Bank of Italy

declined 88,000,000 lire. At the end
September, that is, before war operations really began,

the Italian gold reserve

of

approximately $225,000,000 in the monetary gold stock of the
United States during the month."
Canadian exchange during November ranged from a dis¬
count of 1 3/16% to a discount of %%.
On Nov. 1 Montreal
funds were at a discount of 1%@1 1/32%, and on Nov. 30 at
a discount of 1 5/32@1 3/32%.

it

was

estimated that

the East African

campaign

had cost

Treasury 2,280,000,000 lire, or more than $190,-

Italian

the

(

000,000. No statement was published by the Italian authori¬
ties regarding financial matters after the Bank of Italy's
statement of Oct. 20, and no further statements are expected
published for an indefinite period.
Trading in lire
virtually suspended even before the effective date of
the sanctions,, and such quotations as were published were

to be
CONTINENTAL

noted

As

AND

kwas

OTHER FOREIGN EXCHANGE

above in the review

of

sterling

exchange,

the

exchange market was centered during
the weakness in the French fraud The franc

interest of the foreign

November
was

on

under such persistent pressure as to cause a

widespread

all markets.
The period since Sept. 9 was
marked by a serious exodus of gold from France and from
other European countries to the United States.
During this
period France alone shipped to the United States approxi¬
mately $484,000,000 of gold.
The flight of. capital from
France represented largely funds of capitalists, either in
their individual or corporate capacities.
The middle classes
were calm throughout the crisis, and there was no evidence
of increased hoarding of either gold or currency within the
country's own borders.
Nor did the flight represent an .out¬
ward movement of foreign money from France. The foreign

.uneasiness

in

funds on deposit

in France have for generations been con¬

siderable, but in the crisis which t|he franc experienced in
the early spring of this year practically all foreign money
was moved out, chiefly to London, Brussels, Amsterdam and

Switzerland, and some of it to the United States. According
to well informed sources, this foreign money had not returned
to Paris.

•;/«-.:■£.&

The serious situation which had

developed with regard to
Ethiopia had much to do with the nervousness
respecting the franc.
However, the chief adverse influence
was the approach of the date for reassembly of the French
Chamber of Deputies.
It was feared among the wealthier
classes that the Chamber would not support M. Laval's poli¬

Italy

and

cies and that the franc would be devalued.
ber of

When the Cham¬

Deputies adjourned in June resolutions were passed

entirely nominal.
On Nov. 19 the Italian government passed a

The public was offered 5% inter¬
On Nov. 28 dis¬
patches from Rome stated that the Bank of Italy by govern¬
mental decree was paying 25% premium on gold to increase
the reserves for Italy's purchases abroad.
It began buying
gold at 15.45 lire per gram.
Its rate previously had been
12.35 lire per gram.
This plan, it was intimated, wras
only a temporary expedient in the nature of a bonus to those
who were coming to the assistance of the Treasury in the

under a licensing system.
est on all

The move was, however, equivalent to de¬
25% rise in the price paid for gold
representing a 20% devaluation of the gold value of the
currency.
Whether or not the expedient should prove tempo¬
rary, bankers outside of Italy have arrived at the conclusion
that when the present crisis shall have passed the lira will
be permanently devalued, even in all probability to a greater
extent
than
this
so-called temporary expedient
would
valuation of the lira, a

indicate,

subjects affecting
In all, there were
500 decree laws which the Chamber of Deputies was to
endorse when it met on Nov. 28.
Owing to the more critical
international situation impending at the time of the Cham¬
ber's assembly, especially with respect to the probable im¬
a

bewildering variety of

Italian exchange control

been evidence ever since midsummer

There had

Italians

was

covering

of the month the

middle

In the

nary^powers came to an end on Oct. 31.
Simultaneously, the
"Journal Officiel" published no less than 324 pages of decree
the national life in almost every respect.

.

>•

imposed a financial blockade in order to check the extensive
"bootlegging" of lire in various "black bourses" which had
sprung up because of the strict foreign exchange control.

An

laws,

gold turned over to the monopoly.

present crisis.

authorizing the Cabinet of M. Laval to govern the country
decrees directed toward effecting economies, balancing
the budget, promoting industrial activity and the expansion
of the French export trade.
The period of these extraordiby

decree estab¬

lishing a gold monopoly designed to press into the public :
service all private holdings of gold in Italy.
The National
Institute of Foreign Exchange (the Italian exchange control)
took over control of all gold transactions at home and abroad

were

that many

endeavoring to remove their funds from Italy.

explanation of this "blockade" measure was permitted by
the last week of the month.
The purpose of the

Rome in

regulations was to arrest the bootlegging of exchange which
had been carried on to facilitate the flight of capital.
It
intimated that

people were finding it possible to transfer

holdings of lire to foreign commercial banks at a dis¬
count, and the balances, once in possession of the foreign
banks, could then be traded in as lira exchange, adding to
the difficulties of lira control.
The prohibition of transfers
their

this 1
transfers

of lira funds among foreign banks was designed to stop
movement.

•

The

new

regulations

provided

that

might be made among Italian banks and transactions requir¬

partly strengthened the undertone of the franc, the consensus

ing the purchase or sale of lira exchange might be executed,
but they must be approved by the exchange control and
routed through designated banks.
After Nov. 18 official publication of information regard in?
financial and economic matters was prohibited by the Italian
authorities.
Cable transfers on Rome on Nov. 1 were 8.12@

of opinion in

8.12%.

position of oil sanctions against Italy, the various Left blocs
opposed to M. Laval's government seemed to have reached an
agreement to forego discussion of monetary and fiscal mat¬
ters for the time being.
However, as the month closed whPe
there were indications of some renewal of confidence which

banking circles seemed to be that the crisis was
but merely delayed.
When the month opened the rediscount rate, of the Bank
of France remained at 3%, the rate established on Aug. 8.
As gold left Paris in increasingly large amounts, the Bank
of France raised its rediscount rate on Nov. 14 to 4% in an

not past,

effort to check the outflow.

Money in Paris continued to

harden so that on Nov. 21 the bank again advanced its rate




The

On Nov. 30 the ouotation was purely nominal at 8.10.
mark situation showed no improvement in

German

November.
ing than

On the contrary, the outlook seemed less

ever.

Information

relating to

promis¬

financial and

eco¬

permitted publication either
within or outside of Germany was unreliable.
The Reichsbank's statement for the first quarter of November shows: <

nomic

an

conditions

increase in

which

was

gold and bullion of 13,000 reichsmarks; for

MONTHLY REVIEW

Dec., 1935]
the second

quarter

an

increase of 274,000 reichsmarks; for

the third quarter an increase of 45,000 reichsmarks, and for
the
last
quarter
an
increase
of
34,000
reichsmarks.
The bank's gold and bullion on Nov. 30 stood at 88,151,000

reichsmarks, which compared with 78,593,000 reichsmarks a
year earlier and with 806,223,000 reichsmarks on Dec. 31
1932.
The bank's ratio on Nov. 30 stood at 2.23%, which
compared

a year earlier and with 25.8% on
On Nov. 1 the so-called free or gold mark was

with 2.17%

Dec. 31 1932.

40.23@40.25, and

Nov. 30, 40.23@40.24.

on

"

;

>

;

;

v The Belgian
currency continued relatively firm throughout
November, and the general situation in Belgium continued

to show

improvement, although there has been no real ex¬
foreign trade since July.
In the first half of
November the National Bank of Belgium issued a bulletin
reviewing the previous six months during which Belgium
had operated on a devalued currency.
The bulletin pointed
out that there had been a 19% rise in wholesale prices, a
rise of 8% in retail prices, and of 5% in industrial wages.
More than 6,000,000,000 belgas of foreign capital had entered
Belgium since devaluation, while only 1,000,000,000 belgas
had been withdrawn.
Belga cable transfers were 16.85@
16.86 on Nov. 1, and closed on Nov. 30 at 16.91@16.92.
^
Exchange on the countries neutral during the war showed
mixed trends during November.
The Scandinavian curren¬
cies were generally steady, with an undertone of firmness
in sympathy with sterling.
The position of the Holland
guilder continued to improve throughout the month, follow¬
ing a course which began in mid-October when, in view of
the greately improved conditions, the Netherlands Bank on
Oct. 17 was able to reduce its rediscount rate from 6% to 5%.
and on Oct. 21 made a further reduction to 4y2%.
The
Holland markets
were
exceptionally confident early in
November, so that on Nov. 4 the Netherlands Bank again
lowered its rate by *£% to 4%.
This was followed by a
reduction to 3M>% on Nov. 13.
Although the guilder was
pansion in

Under dollar parity throughout the month, Dutch confidence
in the guilder remained unshaken and the spirit of the

Amsterdam Bourse

was

confident and

buoyant.

The rela¬

tive weakness in the guilder was partly due to weakness in
the French franc, the action of which currency is generally

reflected

in

all

European

units.

There

was

a

continued

movement of Dutch funds to the New York security markets,
and American shares in Amsterdam, particularly the rail¬

roads,

were

highly favored.

There was no offsetting demand
Dutch investors have shown a preference for

fpr guilders.

daily rates

ia

American

securities for several generations.
The Bank of
The Netherlands has more than recovered the gold losses
which it suffered in August and
September.
Its total gold

holdings in the last statement published in November were
approximately 628,000,000 guilders, and the cover stood at
72.8%.
The Swiss franc, while ruling fractionally under
dollar parity, was generally firm with reference to all other
European currencies and was highly favored by the move¬
ment of uneasy money on the Continent.
The gold stock of
the National Bank of Switzerland on Nov. 23 was at a new

high of 1,391,900,000 Swiss francs, and the ratio of gold to
was 109.79%.
1
Spanish pesetas moved in sympathy with the French franc,
as it has
long been the policy of the Spanish exchange con¬
trol to keep the peseta closely allied to the franc.
However,
circulation

owing to the excessive weakness of the franc in November
and

the uncertainties
surrounding French political and
monetary conditions, a movement, perhaps only of opinion,
got under way in Madrid toward the end of November to

abandon the tie of the peseta to the franc.
sonable probability that the peseta might

It seemed

a

rea¬

shortly be attached

to

sterling

in

the

same

manner

the

as

Scandinavian

currencies.
:

Guilder cable transfers

were 67.93@67.96 on Nov. 1.
The
the month between 67.37 and 67.98,
on Nov. 30 at
67.68@67.71.
Swiss cable transfers
32.51@32.52 on Nov. 1, and closed at 32.32^ @32.34 on

guilder ranged during
and closed
were

Nov.

30.
Cable transfers on Sweden were
25.34@25.36
Nov. 1 and closed at 25.43@25.45 on Nov. 30.

on

Exchange on the South American countries showed a more
healthy trend in November than at any time in the past sev¬
eral years.
On Nov. 3 the Brazilian Congress Finance Com¬
mittee approved the thawing agreement negotiated in Wash¬
ington last March for the release of blocked credits of Amer¬
ican exporters.

The Committee also authorized the govern¬

ment to start

negotiations to obtain American credit up to
$30,000,000 to liquidate these funds.
The revolutionary
attempts in Brazil toward the end of November seem not
to have in

any

interfered

way

with

the government or with the more

the

financial

plans of

satisfactory

course of the
Buenos Aires dispatches on Nov. 16 were to the effect

milrei.

that the government had moved to abandon

control and to discard

the auction

foreign exchange

system employed for the

sale of official exchange as soon as the effective date of the
new

regulations had been determined.

Argentina

of exchange on

in its statement of Nov.

The Central Bank of

15 showed gold reserve

continental centers

Paris

Swiss

Holland

Belgium

Italy

Francs

Greek

Francs

Ovilders

Belga

Lira

Drachma

Nov,

Banters'

Bankers'
Cables

Checks

6.58J*o6.59J* 6.59
2... 6.58}*a6.59}* 6.59
1

Cables

Checks

06.595*

32.50a32.51

32.51a32.52

67.92o67.94

67.93o67.96

16.84ol6.85

06.595*

32.50a32.51

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MONTHLY
ratio to circulation

of 143.8% and the reserve

ratio of gold

sight liabilities of 80.67%.
The official quota¬
tion for exchange on Buenos Aires ranged between 32.77 and
32.91 for cable transfers during November.
The free market
to note and

range was

between 27 Ys and 27.60. The official rate on Rio
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de Janeiro was

milreis was 5.55@5.70.

countries presented no new
November except that the
critical silver situation in China reached a climax which
resolved nothing.
The Japanese unit moved in close sym¬
pathy with sterling in accordance with the fixed policy of
the Japanese exchange control under the guidance of the
Bank of Japan.
The Indian rupee moved in relation to
sterling, to which it is attached at the rate of Is. 6d. per
rupee.
On Nov. 29 the Reserve Bank of India reduced its
rediscount rate to 3% from 3^%, which had been the effec¬
tive rate since Feb. 16 1934.
As throughout October, the
Chinese units were under pressure owing to the vast amount
of smuggling and dumping of silver on the world's markets.
On Aug. 31 the Shanghai dollar was quoted at 38.00.
Owing
to the heavy selling of Far Eastern silver in September and
October in London, the Shanghai dollar dropped to 30.90 on
Oct. 31. The decline in the unit during the month of October
was 17%.
On Nov. 2 the Chinese national government aban¬
doned the silver basis.
An official statement issued at the
time by H. H. Kung, Chinese Minister of Finance, had four
major divisions—first, announcement of the immediate na¬
tionalization of silver; second, unification of note issues of
the Central Bank of China and the Bank of Communications
ot Shanghai, the new note issue to serve as full legal tender
and note issues of other banks to be gradually withdrawn
from circulation; third, maintenance of the exchange value
ot the Chinese dollar by purchase and sale of unlimited
amounts of foreign exchange; fourth, recognition of the
Central Bank of China as a central reserve bank, the sole
right of note issue to be held by such bank after the expira¬
tion of two years.
These plans met with opposition on the
Exchange on the Far Eastern
of importance during

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be recalled from the Far East by the Treasury

Department.
Office apparently took the stand that there
could be no improvement in Chinese finances until there was
political agreement between China and Japan. The London
price of silver on Nov. 30 was 29 3/16d. against 29 5/16d.
on Nov. 1.
Shanghai dollars were 57.75@57.90 on Nov. 30
against 57.50@57.70 on Nov. 1. The Hong Kong dollar was
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8.20a8.37

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28.71a28.75

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57.50a57.70

37.05a37.13

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4.47a4.50

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28.74a28.76

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52.75a56.18
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52.50a57.34
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New York
MONTHLY AND YEARLY

RECORD

■v.

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Q

OF

RANGE
Bond

BOND

PRICES

1935

$301,977,000
3,025,029,000

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

DURING

1934

$250,094,000
3,453,362,700

Sales

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NOVEMBER

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1

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•

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1935

Stock Sales

1935

November.

Shares.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30---

1934

57,459,775

20,870,861
3,000,248,022

336,046,435

.

NOTICE.—CaBb and deferred delivery sales are disregarded In the month's range, unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when
selling outside of the
regular monthly range are shown in a footnote In the month In whloh they occur.
No aooount is taken of such sales In computing the range for the year.

The tables on pa?es 21 to 43 furnish a complete record of the transactions on the New York Stock
Exchange during
November 1935 and the range since Jan. 1.
They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The table
embrace every security dealt in on the Exchange.
We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official list.
The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" in licate in each case the month when the bonds mature.
In accordance with the rule adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all

quotations for interest-paying bond,
The exceptions to the rule are income bonds and bonds on which
interest is in default.
A few other bonds, like the Holland-America Line 6s, for special reasons, are also quoted
"flat,"
but where this is the case the quotation "flat" will be found against the name of the issue.
This method of quoting bonds
are

at

a

price to which accrued interest must be added.

became effective Jan. 2 1909.

Quotations after decimal point represent
55 XS

Sales in

BONDS

November
Value

N. Y.

STOCK

Low from
July 1 1933

one or more

32ds of

a

point.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

EXCHANGE

Nov. 1

Nov. 30

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Bid

Ask Bid

Sate Prices

Ask

Sale Prices

1

Highest

Nov.30 1935
Sale Prices

Sale Prices

U S GOVERNMENT BONDS

242.000 Treasury 4^1....

304'66O

Registered
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5.000

114.28 Sale

J

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115.10

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7

10575", Sale"

Nov. 13 105.13

Nov.

6

105.3

Nov. 26 105.6

Nov.

110.16

Nov. 29 110.28

Nov.
Nov.

6

113.6

Jan.

117.7

July

113.24

Sept. 24 117.2

July

102.28

Jan.

106.28

8

103.24

Jan.

19 106.23

July 28
July 18

7

108.24

Jan.

112.8

Jan.

112

107

Jan.

110.25

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1,064,000 Treasury 4s.........Dec 15 1944-1954
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110.18 Sale

108.29 Sale

108.24 108.29 108.29

Nov.

106710 Sale"

155726 777

106.3

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106.13

Nov.

106.13

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June 15 1943-1947 J

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1,116,000 Treasury 3s

Sept 151951-1955 M S
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June 15 1949-43 J D

102.22 Sale

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107.11

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7

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Nov.

4

100.20

Nov. 23 102.14

Nov. 23

102.14

Nov. 23 104

NOV. 29 102.30

Nov.

6

100.20

Jan.

107.3

107.4

Nov. 22 107.13

Nov.

4

104.15

Sept. 27 103.29
Jan.
108.23

106.6

Feb.

107.4

107.4

Nov. 14 107.16

Nov.

4

104.14

Jan.

108.28

107.4

Oct.

19 108.18

101.26

Jan.

2 105.11

102.22

Sept. 30 105.1

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103.8

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Nov." "5

107.22 Sale

107.16 107.24 107.16

103.16 103.8

Nov. 27 103.22

Nov.

6

Nov. 15 108.2

Nov.

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8 108.18

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July 20
July 18
July 22*

July 19
June 27

May

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July

13

Jan.

7 105.9

Oct.

14 103.17

Jan.

22

104.18

Jan.

7 108.28

July

19

107.6

Mar. 18 107.21

6

102.24

Jan.

Nov. 25

103.14

Sept. 23 106.11

A

824,000 Treasury 3%s
..Apr 15 1944-1946
1,000
Registered..........
3,472,000 Treasury 2%s
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Registered

101.15

104.10
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6,000

July 22

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101.14

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8131666

Jan.

102.14

8

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110

103.28

105.6

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457,000 Treasury 3%a

July 18
July 10
July 22

108

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19
16

104.24 Sale

104.23 Sale

104.22
104.23

10573" Sale"

(5

99.24 Sale

Nov. 27 105.5

Nov.

Nov. 25 104.23

July 20

2 106.19

100.18 Sale

Nov. 30 100.13

Nov.

98.26

Oct.

Nov. 25 100.7

Nov.

99.9

100.18

Nov. 30 101.5

Nov.

99.26

100.27

105726 Sale"

1,567,000 Treasury 2%«—...Sept 15
1,000
Registered...................

1945-1947 MS

99.24

99.28

—

Nov. 20 100.27

Nov. 20

100.27

Aug. 27 101.12
Sept. 17 101.5
Nov. 20 100.27

Nov. 15 102.24

Nov.

101.14

Jan.

3 101.28

June

3

July 19
July
5
July
8
May 14
Nov.

6

Nov. 20

Federal Farm Mortgage Corp—

162,000

3%s

3831666

3s

JL

Mar 15

1944-1964 M S

102.21 Sale

102.14 Sale

102.14

166781 Sale"

155723 Sale"

155723 No"v."35 15179" No'v.'

3661666

3s

2%s

Jan 15 1942-1947 J

J

101.10 Sale

S

10075

101.9

101.12 101.7

Nov. 13 101.14

Nov.

4

Nov.

4

Feb.

1

102.20

July 28

Jan.

102.5

June 17

102.24

100

Sept.

July

19

Oct.

100.22

Oct.

10

98.24

Sept.

101.20

July

19

Sept. 20 102.16

100.22

Mar 1 1942-1947 M

Sale'

99.31 100.6

155""" No"v."27

100.12

Mtge Corp—

1,432,000

3s Series A........May 11944-1952 M N

2,2181666

2Mb Series B

100.26 Sale

Registered.......
Aug 1 1939-1949 FA
Registered.

100.23 Sale

100.19 Nov. 26 101.3

Nov.

July 18

100.16

99715 Sale"

"OOJIYNOV729 99731 Nov.'

3s....1961

5 101.26

June

Jan.

7 101.6

July

18

98.26

99.2'5 Sale"

Feb.

96.20

....

Panama

18

102.14

Jan.

99.16

Registered

Home Owners

July

Feb.

99.16

99.20

6

Registered....

3921666

104.5

102.14

Registered.............
May 15 1944-1949 UN

Sept. 28 100.31
Feb. 18 110

July

16

110

4

Feb. 18

STATE AND CITY SECURITIES

(See Note below)
FOREIGN GOV f. Ac MUNICIPAL'S

Agricultural Mtge Bank (Colombia)—
♦S f 6s Feb 1935 coupon on
1947 F A
26,000
♦S f 6s Apr 15 1935 coupon on..1948 A O
4,000
160,000 tkershus (Dept) extl 5s
1963 M N
83,000 •Antioauia (Dept of) Col 7a A...1945 J
J
♦ External S f 7s sor B..........1945
62,000
+External s f 7s sor C..........1945
41,000
♦External s f 7s sex D..........1945
39,000
♦7s 1st series.................1957
25,000
♦7s 2d series..................1957
29,000

15

18

16%

20

17

95 %

96
Sale
Sale

97

6%
6%
6%

m

♦7s 3d series..................1957

6%

80,000 Antwerp (City) extl loan 5s
1958
186,000 Argentine Govt public works 6s.1960
Argentine Nation (Govt of)—
Sinking fund 6s of June 1925..1959
318,000
Extl s i g 6s of Oct 1925
178,000
1959
289,000
Sinking fund gold 6s ser A....1957
External 1st s f 6s ser B
1958
200,000
Extl s f 6s of May 1926
235,000
1960
External s f 6s (State Ry)—...1960
280,000
Extl s f 6s (Sanitary Works)
1961
250,000
Public Works ext s f g 6s..May 1961
181,000
Public Works ext s f 5%«
1962
237,000

96%

48.000

20
19/

Sale

7%

6%

6%

16%

7
■

14 J* Nov. 15
16
Nov. 18

18% Nov. 20

Nov. 4
Nov. 7
Nov. 2
Nov. 8
Nov. 14

97% Nov. 25

95%
6%
6%
6%
6%
7

7%

10
Sale

Nov.

6

6% Nov. 12

6% Nov.

8

96 % Nov.

98%

2

96?* Nov.

1

96% Nov.

A

O

97

Sale

97 %

J

D

97

Sale

A

O

96%

97
Sale

97*A 98
97% Sale

96 % Nov.

97

Nov. 20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8

M S

97

J

96% Sale
96%
97

97 %

Sale
Sale

96% Nov.
97

97%

Sale

97%

Sale

97
97

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

97?*
97%
95% Sale

96% Nov.

4
2

F

A

7
2

Jan.
Jan.

3
4

July

22

6% Nov. 14

7% Nov. 23
7% Nov. 22

6% Apr.
2
6% Nov. 12
6% Nov. 8
88
Mar. 30
90% Feb.
7

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2
7
2
10
10
5

8

8

Nov. 27

99% Nov. 30
98% Nov. 22
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

M N
F

A

93 %

93

Nov.

4
4

7

11
Nov. 25

8

4

Sale
Sale

M S

Nov.

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 18

6% Nov.
6% Nov.

1

98 %

97
97
96 %

D

M N

4 Sale

16

6% Nov.

1

08%

21

14% Nov. 15

90% Mar. 29

23
23

8
8

4
1

98

18

.

_

12
12

90
90

12
22

90% Feb.
7
90% Feb. 13

18

Nov. 12

% Nov. 12
98% Nov. 12
98

96

Nov. 27

90
90

Feb.
,

7

Feb.

7

Feb.

90

Feb.
Feb.

90

Feb.

7
7
7
7

84% Mar. 26

July 11
12
12
11
11
11
98% Nov. 12
98% July 12
_

July
July
July
July
July

98% July
96

11

Nov. 27

NOTE—State and City Securities—Sales of State and Oity securities occur
very rarely on the New York Stock Exchange and usually only at
long intervals, dealings in such securities being almost entirely at private sale over the counter. Bid and Asked
quotations, however, by active dealers
in these securities will be found on a subsequent page under the general head of "United States &
For footnotes see page 33.




Municipal Bonds."

4

vf

N. Y. STOCK

23
Sales in

N. Y. STOCK

Value

July 1

1933
Nov. 1

EXCHANGE

m S

04* Sale
04* Sale

m N

98

J

J

F

A

49,000
43,000

•

-—----—

Bulgaria (Kingdom of)—
♦S f 7s July coupon off

...1967

off

1968

80,000 ♦Caldas Dept of (Colombia)
369,000 Canada (Don) Gold 4s—
30-year gold 5s....
342,000
25,000
2,000
42,000
71,000
72,000
126,000
67,000
79,000
370,000
249,000
232,000
123,000
70,000
240,000
73,000
57,000
87,000
45,000
77,000
14,000
30,000

Sale

93*

95

01* 102*
36

31

94* Sale
Sale

a91

a90* Sale
72* Sale
57* Sale

S

J

J

12* Sale

MN

O

13

12*

L04*
111*

10

9
A

Sale
Sale
L00* 101*

m n

F

A

J

J

O

8

M S

50
9

43

A

39

A

Sale

33*

32*

J

J

Sale
Sale

33

O

38*
A

O

F

A

J

J

M S
m

S

m N

J

D

J

3id

05

05*

Ask

Sale

91

Sale

D

31* 32
109* Sale
107* Sale

36

94*

90*
90*

Sale

95

O
N
S
D
M S

69*
57*

13*
12* Sale

13

1961
1961
♦Colombia Mtge Bank 6*e—„—1947
♦Sinking fund 7a of 1926......1946
April 1 1935 coupon onOct
♦6s Jan 1 1935 coupon on.Jan
♦os

A
j
A
M
F
J
M
F

12

v

2
4

38* Sale
32* Sale
32* Sale

12

64* Sale
46*
52

25*

75

17*

31

Sale
—

22*

24

99* 100.
Sale

100

Nov.

98* 100
35* Sale

98

34*

Sale

99* Sale
90* Sale

105
100

Sale

100*

46*

M S
M

S

68

A

O

63
64

A O

V

Y"i

96*

..—1965 J D
...—1965
404,000 ♦German Republic 7s stamped—1949 AO
7s unstamped
1949
115,000
Germaa Prov Ac

Communal

♦

(Cons Agrlc

13,000
7,000

♦7s part paid-............—1964
♦S f secuted 4a_._—1968 FA
„

>6s part paid

111,000 Haiti (Rep of) 6« sorlet
22,000 ♦Hamburg (Stats) As

'

f

A




see paf«

-

Feb.

23
Feb.
2

15

Feb.

15

Feb.
Feb.

22*
22
24
16

4

Nov. 12

Nov. 25

Nov.
1
Nov. 19
Nov. 4

Nov. 25

103

105

Nov.

99 £
Nov.
90* Nov.

Nov. 30

100* Nov. 29
Nov. 27

4

93

44

Nov. 15

48

Nov. 29

71* Nov. 18

Nov.

8

67

Nov. 14

67

Nov. 13

29

Nov. 25

32* Nov.

34

35

98

94

95*

94

Nov. 16
Nov. 29

Nov. 22
27* Nov. 21
37* Nov. 26
35* Nov. 4
30

42* Nov.

94* Sale
92*
26*
27
25*
26* 26
23*
23*
31* 23*
31*
103* Sale
104* 104* 103*

30

21*
92
50*

97

2

Nov. 29
Nov.
7

Nov.

33* Nov. 1
31* Nov. 12
Nov.

2

37* Nov.

1

42

9

36

Feb.

5

Nov. 14

36* Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
July

Aug. 28
July 12
Nov. 25

39

24* Nov.

6

7

26* Nov. 26
23* Nov. 1

Nov. 12

1

70

May 14

72

Oct.

4

67

34

Nov. 16

84* Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
June

3

95
27

Nov. 15
Nov. 2

Nov. 20 23* Nov. 18
Nov.
1
Nov. 1 104

29

Nov. 15

31

Nov. 13

28

30

Nov.
7
Nov. 14

30

30-

Nov.

8
Nov, 13
Nov. 7
Nov. 7

34* tfov, 25 37* Nov. 21
Nov. 16
113* Nov. 23 114
53* Nov. 29 65* Nov. 7

65* Mar. 30
62

Jan.

97

Nov.

5* Feb.

May 31 190
May 31 190

21*
27*
30*
35*

Aug. 5
Nov. 21
Aug.
2
Nov. 4

2

16

Oct.

29

48* Feb. 14

Jan.

2

39* Jan.
37
July

11
12

33

Feb.

20

25

Oct.

3

95

Nov. 15

36* Feb.
5
31
Jan. 25
3 104* Aug. 23

24* Oct.
25* Oct.

8
16

Oct.
Oct.

2
7

25

32

47* Feb. 11
37* Nov. 1

June 22

101* Jan.

25

37* Feb. 11

119

Feb.

22* Aug.

5
7

16
Feb. 28

Feb.

108* Mar. 20
116* Feb.
8

106* Oct.
106
Sept.
33* May
24* Nov.
23* Oct.
23
Nov.
82

22
7

Mar. 14

24 104* Mar.

3

25

Aug. 30
67
Sept. 5
43* Feb. 23

24 108

Jan.

Nov. 26

Sept. 18
Sept. 13
Nov. 4
May 17

4

54* June
4
25* Aug. 27
65* Mar. 30

May

z23
28

Oct.

61 * June
55
June

86

111* Nov.

.

2

12
6
31
12
1
30
22
1
21
9

Jan. 14
98* May 17 105
Feb.
8
93
May 17 101
82* May 17 96* Jan. 14

38

a!15

6

6

2

37

14* Jan.
3
8* Oct. 31
95* Mar. 30 107* July 29
July 29
95* Mar. 29 108

Nov. 22

31

111* 114
55* Sale

1

11

Jan.

Nov. 30

31

38

Feb.

July

45

27*

30

lib

4

4

91

1

25

34*

_

j-

17* June 25 32*
94* Feb. 20 101
90
Feb. 16 101
84
Mar. 20 98*
77
Jan.
8 100*
23* Jan.
8 42

Nov. 29
105
Nov.
7 108
103
Nov.
2 103* Nov. 27
27
Nov.
2
26
Nov. 25
Sale'
170* Sale 169* Nov. 26 175* Nov. 8
176
Sale
175
Nov.
1 180* Nov. 8

92*

34*
37
111* 116
60* Sale

14

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan. 30
Feb.
1

Aug.
6
July 30

Nov.

26

91
Nov.
90* 98
107* Sale
111* Sale
107* Nov.
Nov.
all3* Sale 114* Sale all3
25
25
35*
35*
21* 30
24* Nov.
24"" "24* 25* 26* 24* Nov.
23
Nov.
23
Sale
23* Sale

25*

25

29

Jan.

103* Sale

25*
25*

14

Oct.

106*

87* 100

30

2
4

38

Nov.

34

30
31

15

Apr.
Apr.

""

33

25*

Mar. 30

Mar. 21

Nov. 29

33*

25

15*

3
46* Apr.
70 ~ Mar. 25

Nov. 21

28*

25

Mar. 30

1

6

36

25

15

24*
24*
25*
94*
91*
56*
56*
64*
55*
80*

4

66

Sale

4
4
4
5

Apr.
Apr,
Apr.

Mar. 18
Mar. 21

64*

25

Apr.

Nov. 30
Nov. 22

65

24

♦7*s February coupon on..—1944
22,000
.1960 F A
3.000 Irish Frea Stats external 5s
953,000 Italy (Kingdom) external a f 7a.l951 J D

For footnotes,

106*

66*

F

17
15

68

45

67

J

26

Mar. 27

Aug. 28
May 17

63* Nov. 6
64* x>fov. 25

42* Sale

49

A........1952

♦7s unmatured coupons on.*—1946 J
4,000
MN
1,000 ♦Hungarian Land M.ge 7*a A—196-1
•S f 7*a series B
1961 MN
3,000
Hungary (Kingdom of)—

Jan.

12

Nov.

66

23*

23

1946
8,000 ♦Heidelberg (City) oxtl a f 7*s._1950
I960
9,000 Helstngfers (City) oxt 6*s
Hungarian Cons Municipal Loan—
♦7*s unmatured coupons on..1945
22,000

14

55

Nov. 22

45

35*

.1968

.......

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 25

Graz (Municipality

"Y.666

47
46

35

July 29
27
27
May 22

Nov. 18

64

31* Sale
30* Sale
39* Sale
37

Jan.

58

26* July

Nov. 15

25

26
8
14
16

Jan.

30* May 29
23

2

Jan.

26* July

Nov. 18

44

33* Sale
33*
41* Sale
37* Sale

Jan.

34

17
15

99* Nov. 8 101
99* Nov. 15 100
95*
93* Nov.
1
98* Nov. 8 100*
34
Nov. 9 37*

3

May
8
May 25

LOO* Nov. 25 103
42* Sept. 24 62
7* Nov. 16 13

Nov.
1
Nov. 20

Nov.

6
25

Jan.;

8* Apr.
2 14
Sept.20 108
Sept. 20 114

[06

17* Nov. 14
13* Nov. 13

Bks—

Loan) 6*a ser A-1958 J O
of)—
♦8s Unmatured coupons on... 1954 MN
2,000
1437 F A
250,000 Grt Brit A lra„ 20-yaar »*s
f4% fund M op 1960
1990
171,000
♦Greek Govt secured 7s.........1964 MN

97,000

21H

SS

Jan.

101

Nov. 18

German Gov't International—

♦5*s unstamped

18* Mar.

15

50
70
65*

105* 106
103
Sale
26* Sale
173* Sale
175
Sale

1945 M S
62,000 Finland (Rep of) external 6s
Externa) sinking fund 6 *a
1954 M 8
101,000
1953 m N
30,000 ♦Frankfort (City of) s f 6*s
169,000 French Republic 20-yr extl 7*8—1941 J D
External s f 7s of 1924
1949 J D
38,000

65* May 20

6
6
6

63 *
.....

June 24

17

June 17

19

20* Nov. 19

Sale

J

2
15

18

93

31* Sale

MN

Oct.
Oct.

May 20

78

9

Mar. 22

July

6

Sale

103

J

♦35-year 5*s stamped.

Nov.

12
12

Apr.

Sept. 16

65

Mar. 28
Mar. 25

July

95
92
77

20* Nov. 19

.

76.000

Nov. 25

9
Sale
8* Nov. 14 10* Nov. 21
Nov. 15
101* 103* 101* 103* 101* Nov. 2 105
Nov. 18
101* Nov. 6 104
101
103* 101* 104
9

♦External s f 4*a
1959 MN
77,000
27,000 Czechoslovak (Rep of) axtl 8s—1951 A O
Sink fd 8s ser B
1952 A O
35,000

J

20
20
29
4
23

Nov.
Nov.

79*

96
99*
35

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

98

8

66
51
67
52

16
15

39* Jan.

9
4
1

32* Apr.
84
Feb,
82
Apr.
Apr.
82

11* Nov. 21
11
Nov.
1
42* Nov. 6
27* Nov. 20

Nov. 16
Nov.
1

65
50 Vi

91*

13

Nov. 13
Nov. 14
Nov. 15

Sale

77

20
21
22
20
13
13
23
29

Nov. 15
Nov.
6

Sale

77

7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 14
Nov. 14
Nov. 13

88*

33
23* "24*
99* 100

8

NoY.

6
27
27
27
27
29
29
Nov. 7

12

17
17
Sale

50 X

93* Sale

Colombia)

J

47*

Nov,

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
13* Nov.
13* Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

19

56^

50

44*
29*

88

2

14*
13*
13*
13*
13*

12.-,

18* Sale
19* Sale

92

2

Nov. 30
Nov.
2

Nov.

10*
10*
10*
39*
27*

15j
15h

Nov. 19

Nov.

35
40

12

15*

Nov. 16

Nov.

40 * Nov.
35
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

11

13
13

15

10

11* Nov.
12* Nov.
11* Nov.

16

90* Sale
85*
96

10*
106*
112*
LOO*
44*

38* Nov.
32* Nov.
32* Nov.
38
Nov.
13* Nov.
11* Nov.
11* Nov.

15

Nov. 21
Nov. 21

15* Nov. 8
13* Nov. 12

12

1

Nov.

7* Nov.

14

4*8 external loan....—..—-1949 F A
30-year s f 5*S-..———
1953 J J
♦Public Works 5*s
June 30 1945 J D

225,000 Denmark 2t-yr axtarnal gold 6s .1942
External g 5*s_.1955
160,000
External g 4*«
....
.1962
527.000
Deutsche Bank Ana part ctfs 4s
1932
♦♦Stamped extd to Sept 1 1935
47,000
59,000 Dominican Republic sf 5*8—.1942
1st ser 5*s of 1926
1940
35,000
2d ssrles sinking fund 5*8....1940
30,000
♦Dresden (City) extl ■ f 7s ......1945
16,000
♦El Salvador (Rep) 1st a f 8s A..1948
♦Certificates of deposit........—
56",066
28,000 Estonia (Republic) 7a......... .1967

19*
Sale

19*
19*

98

Nov. 2
Nov. 16

Nov. 29
Nov.

Sale

33*
37*
27* Sale

O
J
O
N

♦Sinking fund 7s of 1927
1947
A
10,000
.—1952
D
142,000 Copenhagen externa) 5s
Gold 4*8
1953
N
103,000
A
5,000 ♦Cordoba (City) axtarnal a f 7a—1957
♦Stamped
109,000
♦External s f 7s.......—Nov 151937 M N
2,000
♦Stamped....
..........
5,000
32,000 Cordoba (Prov) Argen 7s...—1942 J J
Costa Rica (Republic)—
♦7s Nov 11932 coupon on...—.1951 M N
♦7s May 11934 coupon on
1951
77,000
1944 M S
11,000 Cuba (Rep of) 5s of 1964
5s ext debt Ser A of 1914......1949 7 A
66,000

1.059,000

Sale Prices

Mar. 30 106* Nov. 21
Mar. 30 106* Nov. 20
92* Mar. 6 99* Nov. 20
81
Mar. 29
98* July 22
37
Feb.
8
29
Aug.
1
93* Mar. 20 110* Nov. 21
108
Nov. 21
93* Mar. 20
May 15
L01* Mar. 20 119
97
Mar. 20 110* Jan. 24
Nov. 19
93
Jan. 31 102
Feb. 17
25* May 18 38
9
21* Aug.
5 38* Feb.
Jan.
2
9* Nov. 2 18
9* June 28
5* May
2
8
June 28
4
Mar. 20
June 29
8]
4
Mar. 12
2
23
Aug. 20 39* Jan.
Jan.
2
18
Aug.
7 312
2
17* Aug.
6 31H Jan.
2
Jan.
18* Aug.
9 312
Feb. 15
412
31
Nov. 21
Jan. 21
972
87* Apr.
1
Jan. 18
85* Mar. 30 972
97
Mar. 21 102 6A Nov. 29
98

Nov. 20
Nov. 20
Nov. 8
Nov. 7
Nov. 21

57* Nov. 13

6

Nov. 23

8* Nov.
8*
10
L05* Sale 104* Nov.
110* Nov.
L12* Sale
100* Nov.
L00* Sale
43*
44* 44* Nov.
9

Nov. 21

36* Nov. 29
95* Nov. 9
92
Nov. 9
92
Nov. 15
74
Nov. 22
60
Nov. 20
76* Nov. 6
59* Nov. 7

94* Nov.

Nov.

58*

Sale

rll

2 106*
1 106*
1 99*
1 90*
2 31*
1 110*
7 108
1 118
1 109

34* Nov. 13

z91*
90* 90*
72*
68
78
56*
57* Sale

11* Sale
11* Sale

A
M
M
J

30*
107*
104*
113*
107*

—-

Sale

13

104* Nov.

Sale
92

of)—

(Dept

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

104* Nov.

1

Lowest

Highest

97* Nov.
88* Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov,
L16* Sale
Nov.
107* Sale
L01
101* zlOl Nov. 6 102
28* Nov. 26 29
28* Sale
27
27* 26* Nov. 6 27*
9* Nov. 2 13
13
Sale
7
Nov. 20
6* Sale
Nov.
2
5*
5* Sale
6
Nov.
1
5*
6
Nov.
7 30
29
Sale
19* Nov, 6 24*
22* Sale
20
Nov, 2 24*
22
23
23 *
24* 20* Nov. 4 25*
31
Nov. 21 32*
31* Sale
Nov. 4 95*
95
95* 94
94* Nov. 6 95*
94* Sale
101* Nov. 13 102*
L02* 103
99

13* Sale
12* Sale
12*
12*
12* Sale
12* Sale
11*
13
12*
12*
11* Sale

MN

f g 7s
fund g 4s

...

Cundlnamarca

Sale

94*

58

1942
- . I960
6s.....Feb 1961
♦Ry ret extl s f g 6s
Jan 1961
♦Extl s f 6s lat ctfs
Sept 1961
♦Extl sinking fund 6s
..—1962
♦External sinking fund 6s-....1963
♦Chile Mtge Bank of gu a f t*e -1957
♦Guar s f gold 6* s_.
.......1961
♦Guaranteed is f gold 4s
1961
♦Guaranteed sinking fund 6s.. 1942
♦Chilean Munlc Loan 7s
1949
♦Chinese Hukuang Ry 5s....... 1951
♦Cologne (Germany) s f t*e
1956

42,000
104,000
389,000

32

75

♦External a f gold

319,000
183,000
16,000
26,000

Sale

20* Sale
21* Sale

57*

♦Chile Republic exts

Colombia (Republic

20

1938

A

27

69

.——1954
♦Cauca Vail (Rep of Col) a f g 7*el946
♦Cent Agrlc Bank (Gar) 7s.
1950
♦ Farm Loan s f 6s ......—...1960
♦ Farm loan s f 6s
-----1960

♦External sinking

26

A

♦Carlsbad (City) a f 8s

♦Farm loan 4s series

Sale
Sale
Sale
11*
Sale
5*
Sale

A

--193*

4Hi

Sale

01*
28*
27*
10*
6*
5*
5*

F

7^6-1946
I960
1952

♦S f 7*s May coupon

08

F

.--.1961

f 6*e——

♦Stamped

Sale

88* Sale
30*
32*
07* Sale
05* Sale
13* Sale

m s

M

♦Stamped

Ask

Hd

J

J

110,000 Belgium 25 year external 9HS-—1949
J
J
External s f 4s
1955
177,000
J D
External s f 7s.
......—1955
88,000
MN
Stabilisation loan 7s
1956
273,000
M S
1960
17,000 ♦Bergen (Norway) extl 5s
A O
260,000 ♦Berlin (Germany) sfiXs——1950
J D
♦External sinking fund 6s..—.1958
85,000
A O
1945 m N
72,000 ♦Bogota (City) ext g 8s
77,000 ♦Bolivia (Republic of) s f 8s ----1947
J
J
♦ External sec gold 7s...
—1958
55,000
m S
♦Extl sink fund 7s_—
—.1949
69,000
J D
1941
232,000 ♦Brasll (U S of) external 8s
A O
♦ Extsf
g6*« of 1924
1957
629.000
A O
♦ Extl s f 6Ha of 1927.—----1957
371,000
J D
♦Cent Ry 30-year g 7s
1952
136,000
M S
♦♦Bremen external g 7s....——1935
68,000
m e
1957
62,000 Brisbane (City) s f 5s
F A
Sinking fund gold 5a ..——---1958
35,000
J D
20-year a f 6s.
.....——1950
30,000
Budapest (City of)—
♦6s June 1 1935 coupon on
1962 J D
77,000
J
J
27,000 Buenos Aires (City) 6^sB 2.—1955
External s f g 6s eerie* C-2 Apr 1960 A O
8,000
A O
External s f 6s series C-8.-Oct 1960
21,000
M S
9,000 ♦Buenoe Aire* (Prov)ref.ext'le Ike 1941
♦External

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov.30 1935

Foreign Government
$
622,000 Australia 5s of 1W5—-—July 151*55
Kxtarnsl loan 5s of 1927
1957
270,000
External jlWiOl 192$
.....1956
607,000
..—1957
40,000 Austrian Govt s f 7i..„
29,000 ♦Bavaria (Pree State) axtl 6 He— 1945

625,000
4,000
144,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

BONDS

November

EXCHANGE-BONDS

38

Jan.

12

37* Jan. 24
35
Apr. 23
35
Apr. 23

34* Sept. 24 49* Jan. 22
108* Feb.
8 116
July
8
60* Aug. 27 94* Jan. 17

N

Y. STOCK

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Low from

Sales in

July X

BONDS

November
Value

N. 7.

STOCK EXCHANGE

FOREIGN GOV'T (Ceuelndeg)
Italian Cred Consortium 7a aer A 1937 M
External

aec a

f 7a aeriea B

1933

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

JVo».30 1935

Lowest
Sale Prices

Lowest

Sale Prices

6

86 % Nov. 12

86% Nov. 12

S

1947 M

44 % Nov. 27
43 H Nov. 29

56
Nov. 7
59 % Nov
7
99
Nov. 16

Italian Public Utility a # g 7a....1952 J
i
Japanese Got extl a f 6Hs—....1954 F A
Extl sinking fund 5H*
1965 If N

97 H Nov.
1
86% Nov. 13

1957 A O
Leipzig (City) external a f g 7a. 1947 F A
Lower Austria (Province of)—
»
♦7Hs Unmatured coupons on.1950 J D
a

88JfNoV-

25

Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank)—
♦7s Unmatured coupons on

Nov. 27

30 % Nov. 26

30

25

10

31H Nov.

30% Nov. 26

6

4

Oct.

30
1

4

Oct.

6% Oct.

1954 J

D

4% Nov. 13

....

4

....

♦

3% Nov.
5% Nov.

....

;

J

•♦Small

♦6Hs September
♦6H» September
♦Montevideo
a

off

coupon

off... 1959 M S

(City)

a

1958 M

f g 7a

New South Wales ext 9
External a f g 5a
Norway 29-year ext

29-year external

a

30-year external

a

49-year ext

1952 J

11

11

5H
"4%
3H
3%
5%
4%

Apr.
Sept.
July
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.

15
30
24
19
7
7

Aug. 28

f

g 5a...1957 F A
1958 A

O

f 6a.Aug 15 1943 F A
f 6a. Aug 15 1944 F A
f 6s.... Oct 1952 A O

June 15 1965 J

ext a f 5s

D
8

..1970 J

D

F A
M B
M N

M N

(Rep) external 5He«—.vl953 I D

♦Extl

s f 5s set A
May 15 1963 M N
♦Stamped (assented).......

....

Pernambuco (State of)—
S'v
♦7s September coupon off

1947 M

S

♦Peru (Rep) Sec

a f g 7a
1959 M S
♦National loan ext a f 6a
1960 J
D
♦National loan ext a f 6a...... 1961 A O
Poland (Rep of) g 4a...
1940 A O

Stablllx loan 7a of

External

*37. Oct 15

f 8a

a

1947 A

O

.......1950 J

J

1961 J

D

Porto Alegre (City of)—
♦8s June coupon off

*7%s July coupon off.........1966 J
Prague (Greater City) 7Ha
..1952 M
♦Prussia (Free State) ext af
6H--.1951 M
♦S f gold 6a
1952 A

J

N

S
O

Queensland (State of) ext a f 7a..1941 A O
25-year extl a f 6a
Feb 15 1947 F A
♦Rhine-Main-Danube deb7s
Rio de Janeiro

aer

A1950 M S

(City of)—

♦8s April coupon off..........1946 A

O

*<t%s August

coupon off
1953 F A
Rio Grande do Sul (State of)—
♦8s April coupon off..........1946 A O
♦6s June coupon off
.......1968 J D

♦7s May coupon off...........1966 M N
♦7s June coupon off
.....1967 J D
Rome (City) external a f 4Ha
1952 A O
Rotterdam (City) ext a f 6a
1964 M N
Roumania

(Kingdom of, Monopolies)
♦7a August coupon off.„*.„„..1959 F

♦Saarbruecken (City) a f 6a
Sao Paulo (City of)—
♦8s May coupon off

♦6Hs May

coupon

14% Sale
42

off.........l957 M N
J
J

....

(Germany) 7a_ 1945 F A

♦Gen ref guar aerial gold 6Ha.l951 M N
♦Saxon State Mtge Inat 7a.
1945 J D

♦SFg6Hs...
Dec1946 J
Serbs Croats & Slovenes (Kingdom)—
♦8s Nov I 1935 coupons on.. ..1962
♦7s Nov 1 1935 coupon on

™2%

102
Nov. 29
102 H Nov. 30
106 H Nov. 18
106 % Nov. 20
102 % Nov.

102% Nov.
102 % Nov.
102 H Nov.

25%
82%
79%
101

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
18
6
4
6
25
26
2

109 H Nov. 19

(City)

a f

A
A

Taiwan Elec Pow 5HS..........1971 J
J
Tokyo City loan of 1912 5s
1952 M 8
External

a

f 5Ha guar...

..1961 A

O

♦Tolima (Dept of) external 7a...1*47 M N

Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5HS..1957 M N
Upper Austria (Province of)— .;.
, !
♦7s Unmatured coupons on
1945 J £>
♦6Hs Unmatured coupons on. 1957 J D

♦Uruguay (Rep) external

f 8a..1946 F

4

7
9
1

Oct.

11H Apr. 25
11
Jan.
7

5% Apr. 15
8
Jan.
8
Apr. 25

7
7

Jan.
7
8
Sept. 11
8% Jan. 22

85 % Feb.
19%
19H
42%
39 H

8

Jan.
3
Feb.
8
Nov. 27
Nov. 16
Nov. 21

Mar. 18 107H Nov.
Mar. 11 107H Nov.

May 18 105%
Mar. 18 104
Jan.
2 103%
98
Jan.
2 102H
22 M June 24
35 H
77 % Jan. 30
90
74% Jan. 17 85%
99
Jan.
3 103 %

4
9

Nov. 30
Oct. 10
Nov. 12
Sept. 25
9
June 12
June
6
Aug. 26

Feb.

102 % Mar. 28 107H Feb. 26

55% Nov.

1

48

1

40
Apr.
3
36H Mar. 26

70
60

11%Nov 16

11H Aug. 13

16

Nov

12

12

Nov. 15

15 H Apr.
3
21% Sept. 5
17 H July 13
17% July 13
83 H July 25

Nov.

29

12
Nov. 15
78
Nov. 18
101 % Nov. 13
90 H Nov- 6

15 H Nov.

6
13 H Nov. 19

Jan.

16

7H Apr.
7% Apr.

1
1

71

Mar. 30

99% May 13 126H Feb. 28

79j|

Mar. 30

12H Sept. 9
12
Sept. 10

Nov.

1

98

27% Nov.
27% Nov.

7
1

22H Aug.
22H Aug.

108 H Nov.

6

108

6

100

Nov.

32% Nov. 21
14HNov.

2

12% Nov. 15

Nov. 30
Nov. 7

Oct.

96% July 20

22

Jan. 29
22
Feb. 25
105H Aug. 19
8 37
Jan. 25
8 36 H Feb. 15

2

105% Sept.21 1U% Nov. 28
Nov. 20
32H Aug. 23 43% Feb. 16

103 % Mar. 26 110

13 % Oct

8

11% Sept. 16

19% Jan.

2

18% Feb. 13

14

Aug. 7 23 % Feb.
12% Aug. 10 22
Feb.
12% Aug. 16 21
Feb.
125? Oct 23 21 % Feb.
40H Aug. 28 87% Jan.
110
Oct.
2139H Jan.
31

18
26
7
26
30
7

36% Jan.

28

;

4

13H*Sept.28 1%% Mar.
11H Aug.
9 .19H Jan.

4

June 29

78

22HTNOV.25
14% Sept. 9
12% Sept. 5
13
Aug.
7
72% Aug. 7

30
23H
21
21
91 %

52

65

Jan.

4

47% Oct.

23

29H July 31
28
July 29

63

Jan.

7

Jan.
9
Jan.
2
Jan.
3
Feb.
9
Jan.
2
Aug. 8
Nov. 29

42H Feb. 19
40
Feb. 15

35

Oct.

22

55

35

Oct.

19

52% Feb. 18

24

D

....

1955 F

g 5 Ha

15

Feb. 28

10H Jan.
8H Jan.

96H Mar. 28 105

Oct.

4

Feb.

8

43

158
86

95

36
36

Feb.

9

Feb.
July

61% Feb.

9
9
18

July 30 175H Jan.

14

22H Jan.
3
65H Mar. 30

Styria (Province of)—

Sydney

Feb.

■

Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7a..l958 J D
♦Slleslan Landowners Asan 6a...1947 F A
Soissons (City) ext 15 yr 6«
1936 M N
♦7s February coupon off......1946 F

43

44% Feb. 25

96 H Mar. 28 105H Nov. 19

103H
103H
100H
99%
98%

23% Oct.

.........1952 M N

...........

103 % Sale
Sale
106% Sale
106 % Sale
103 H Sale
102 H Sale
102 % Sale
103

Sept. 19
13% Sept. 23
31H June 20
29
July
6

50

♦Santa Fe Prov (ArgRep) extl 7a .1942 M S

Pub Works

13

J

♦7s September coupon off.....1956 M S
♦6s July coupon off...........1968 J
J
♦Sec s f g 7s.......*.w—.....1940 A O

♦Saxon

13% Nov. 14
13% Nov. 13
41% Nov. 4
38 H.Nov. 13

A

1953 I

San Paulo (State of)—
♦8s July coupon off...........1936 J
♦88 July coupon off..
....1950 J

♦Stamped...

39

14 H Sale
41 %

♦Nuremberg (City) external 6s.. 1952
Oriental Development 6a_......_1953
External deb 5 Ha
1958
Oslo (City) 39 year a f 6e.....„..1955
Panama

41 % Nov. 29

38%

Mar 15 1963 M

Municipal Bank

Sale

D

a

f 5Ha

a

S

48

1959 M N

f 5s

a

A O

coupon

f g 6a aeriea A..

External

4

7

4$f Nov. 7

Milan City (Italy) ext loan 6H*..1952
Minas Geraes (State of, Brazil)—

♦Ext

Nov. 12

4
16
Feb.
7
May 27
89% July
8

1

16% Oct.

♦

Feb.

Jan.

17 106

Jan.

6H Oct.

J
J

Assenting 4s of 1994...
...1954
Assenting 4s of 1919 large.......
Aatenting 4a of 1919 small.......
♦♦
rreas 4s of *13 assent (large) 1933 J

Jan.

97

Sale Prices

99

89

3
85
28 100

27 % Nov. 15

....

♦4a of 1904

'3

40% Oct.

....

♦

Oct.

90
Jan.
77 H Jan.

9

1

Highest

Sale Prices
68
Aug. 23
44

♦Medellin (Colombia) 6 Ha
1954 J D
♦Mexican Irrig Aaaenting a f 4 Ha 1943
♦Mexico (U S) external 5a of 1899£ 1945 Q J
♦Aaaenting 5a of 1899.........1945

♦Assenting 5a large............... Q
♦Assenting 5a small............... Q

SINCE JAN.

RANGE

Highest

June

11

75

May 20 101 % Nov. 29
Sept. 24 102 H Jan. 24

74% Jan.
2
66% Mar. 21
74% Jan. 17
8% Nov. 18

87% June 10
76

May 21
June
6
12% Jan. 18
2 100
Aug.
1

86

91

Jan.

95
82

Feb.

15 110 H Aug.

Jan.

14 103 % July

8
22

A

36H Mar. 19

f 6a

...I960 M N
1964 M N

34% Mar. 19

41% July 18

Venetian Prov

34% Mar. 28

Mtg Bank 7s.....1*57 A O

42
83

♦Ext

•

♦Exter

a

f 6a..
a

51

Aug. 28

80

Oct.

Vienna (City of)—
♦6s Unmatured coupons on...1952 M N

Warsaw (City) external 7a.......l958 F
Yokohama (City) extl • f 4s..0..1961 J

For footnotes, see page 33,




A

D

19

63
Mar. 29
80 % Jan. 17

47% Jan.

8

July 18
Jan. 25

96
Feb. 21
74 % July 22
June 10

90

N. Y. STOCK

24
Sales in

N. Y.

Value

EXCHANGE

STOCK

RAILROAD AND

to

Nft,

Nov.

Ask Bid

.

U

Sale

33%

A

J

Sale

99

M

J

D

'55"

A

O

i

D

Sale

J

D

A

O

104
Sale

\ Ask

'6

A

F

A

J

D

AO

89

S

1955
7,000 ♦Alpine Montan Steel 7s
1940 F A
26,000 Am Beet Sugar 6s ext to...
M S
1,312.000 Axner & Foreign Power deb 5s_—2030
—1953 J D
164,000 American Ice s f deb 5s
MN
American IG Chemical 51949
521,000
J

102

5s

ser

Sale

Sale

110

Sale

Sale

115

Sale

113%

33

Sale

J

J

July 1952 M S
General unified 4M* ieries A—1964 J D
L 5c N collat gold 4a
Oct.. 1952 MN
10-yr coll tr 5s
May 1 1945 M N
Atlantic 5c Danville 1st g 4s
1948 J J
Second 4s
1948
Atl Gulf 8t WI SS Line coll tr 5s.l959
Atlantic Refining deb 5s
1937
Austin 8c NW 1st g 5s guar....—1941

Sale

79%

70

Sale

95

97

95

16,000 {Baldwin Locom Works 1st s f 5s. 1940
July 1948 A O
613,000 Bait 8c Ohio 1st g 4s
Refund 5c gen 5s ser A...——1995 J D
1,120,000
1st gold 5s
July 1948 A O
444,000
Refandgen 6 s, series C
1995 J D
443,000
P L E 5c W Va Sys ref g 4s
1941 MN
276,000
Southw Dlv 1st 8 %■ at 5%
1950 J J
211,000
J
Tol CIn Dlv 1st & ref 4s ser A—1959 J
104,000
Refunding 6s series D._
2000 II 8
495,000
Conv g «%■
I960 F A
1,957,000
Ref 8c gen 5s series F_
..1996 M 8
645,000
J
1,000 Bangor 8c Aroostook RR 1st g 5s *43
J
Conrefmtg gold4s
'
1951
90,000
4s stamped
.1951
190,000
J
Batavlan Pete gtd deb iH< ——1942
15,000
D
11,000 Battle Creek 8t Sturgls gu 3s.... 1989
J
20,000 Beech Creek 1st gu 4s..........1936
J
Second guar gold 5a..........1936
O
Beech Creek Exten 1st g 3%a.. .1951
J
1948
90,000 Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B
o
First 8c ref 5a series C
1960
169,000
J
Belvldere Del cons gtd g 3His
1943
297:666 Beneficial Indus Loan deb 6s—1946 M 8
D
♦Berlin City Electric deb 6%«—1951
40,000
♦Deb sinking fund 4%a—-1959 F A
17.000
Berlin Elec Elev 5c

35%
28%
49%
106%
100

A O
MN

J
J

J

J

D

1950

Btng 5c Bing a t deb 6H*

330,000 Boston 8c Maine 1st 5s ser AC.—1967
1st mortgage 5s series II——.1955
189,000
1st g 454* series JJ
1961
94,000
{♦Boston5C NY Air Line 1st gu 4al955
46,000
27,000 ♦{♦Botany Cons Mills sec s f 6H>1934
♦Certificates of deposit——....
18,000
♦
{♦Bowman-Bllt Hotels 1st 7s
1934
Stpd as to payment of 3435 part red
1941
137,000 Brooklyn City RR 1st 5s—
1949
48,000 Brooklyn Edison Inc gen 5s A
Gen mtge 5s series E——....1952
72,000
1968
675,000 Bklyn-M Tr R T Sec 6s ser A
15-yr sec 6s series A
..1949
190,000
5,000 Bklyn Queens Co 8c Sub gtd 5e..l941
1st 5s stamped
............1941
11,000
126,000 Brooklyn Union El 1st 5s—.....1950
62,000 Brooklyn Union Gas Co 1st g 6s.l945
5,000

1st lien 8c ref 6s ser
Conv deb 5Hi®

35",000
29,000
23,000

J

M

8

1936




Sale"

33.

95% Nov.

163"

Nov.

102

13
19

Sale

104% 104%

18

72%
59

72

55

_

Oct.

25

97

Oct.

30

Nov. 30
Oct. 28
Nov.
Feb.

4
25

Mar.

5
5

Mar.

Sept. 25
Aug. 21
Apr.
3
Feb. 25

Sept. 19
July 30
Nov. 29

Jan.

3
Ml* Aug.
June
Sept. 5 106
Aug. 14 110% May
)% Aug. 16 103% Feb.
1% June 4 92% Jan.
J% May 25 82% Jan.
May
1% Oct
14 100
r
July
9 42% Jan.
I
Nov.
Aug. 24 35
5% Feb.
6 60% Nov.
5% Nov. 19 108% Mar.
)
Jan.
5 101
Sept.

99

27

)

25
22

22

29
25

30

30
4
14

54

Mar.

93% Apr.
86
Apr.

100

75% Apr.

88
76
61

27

52% Mar.

76

6

110

Jan.

114

6

100% Jan.

106

1
21

103
103

Mar.
Mar.

112

21
6

64

May
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.

Sale
32% Sale
Sale
102%
Sale 103% Sale
109% 109%
48
37% 48

32%
109%
102%
102%
109

Nov. 1
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 1
Nov. 27

Nov. 13
Nov. 12
Nov. 14

Jan.

22
24

30
30
23

6
28

8
15
8
June 29
Jan.

Jan.

52% Mar.
38% Mar.

107% Jan.

7
20
8
21

86% Jan.

63% Mar.

100
100

27

104% June 29
7
77% Jan.
109% Feb. 20

Mar.

101

29

Nov. 29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

105

95% Feb.
95% Apr.

Nov. 30 113% Nov. 22
33
Nov. 29
Nov.
1
Nov. 29 29% Nov. 26
Nov. 30
Nov. 4 29

31%
28%
27%

32%
110%
102%
102%
108%
37%

69%

F

A

16%

24%

21

25

18% Nov. 20

A

O

15%

O

12%

14%
13%

16
15

13

A

17%
15%

13

Nov. 14
Nov. 21

32% Nov, 22
4
2
6
109
Nov. 27

110% Nov.

102% Nov.
104% Nov.

76% Nov.

6

78% Nov. 4
71% Nov. 18
24% Nov. 4
16
Nov. 18
14

Nov.

8

118
68
103
102
98
120

126

116% Jan.

Jan.

9

Sept. 11
Jan.
Jan.

8
8

July 26
Aug. 15
July 27
Mar.

4

Aug.
July
Aug.
July
July

12
18
20
12
16

3 113% Nov. 22

27% May 20
24% Aug.
1
24% Aug.
1
30
105%
102%
99%
102%
34%

Jan.

16

6

85% Sale
107% Sale
107

106%
104%

MN

86%
90
07% Sale
Sale
07% 108%
Sale
06% Sale
Sale
04% Sale
69
67%
75
72%
85
Sale
108% 109
Sale
117
118%
125% 124%
----

"72%
108

118%
124%

...

85
Nov. 9 87% Nov. 2
107% Nov. 29 109% Nov. 12
107% Nov. 14
106% Nov.
Nov. 4
106% Nov. 1 107
1
104
Nov. 26 104% Nov.
Nov.
75
Nov.
N0V.
1 110% Nov.
118%<Nov. 13 119% Nov.
Nov.
124% Nov. 6 126

67
72
108

Nov. 20
Nov. 14

21
19
12

15
12

82

9

5
8

39% Feb.

45

Feb.

16

Jan. 12
June 13
Nov. 6
Aug. 17
Mar. 15

Mar. 29
Mar. 18
Nov. 20

80% Sept. 11
82% Aug. 27
75
Aug. 23
40% Jan. 10

Mar. 27

20

Oct.

15

June 20

17% Oct.

16

59% Mar. 29
60%
59%
18%
5%

Feb.

39% Feb.

44

Aug. 30 41 %
Mar. 19 115%
Nov. 2 104%
Sept. 21 104%
Jan. 12 110%

4% May 28

8

J

Mar. 15

110%
31%
28%
27%

Sale

A

Nov. 26

Nov. 25

Jan.

110% Sale
32%
33
29% 30
29
Sale

Sale
Sale
30
30

126

67

MN

Nov. 18
Jan. 11

101

76

D

Nov. 22
Nov. 15

74

95

L01
L11 %

5

Sept. 13

113% Jan.

125

Sale

J

M

Nov. 12
Nov. 23 120
Nov. 1 125% Nov. 29

118% Sale

71

J

97% Jan.

2

iff*

1183
123 J

119% Sale
123% Sale

O

J

18
113% Nov. 25

Nov. 30
Oct. 24

18

Nov.
35
Nov.
60% Nov.
106% Nov.
101
Nov.

Nov.

Sale
Sale

July

9 115
2 114

30

103

MN

J

4

40

59%
Nov.
72%
Sale
69% Nov.
72% Sale
113
Nov.
113
114% 113
Sale
103% Nov. 27 106%
l05% 104
107
Nov. 27 110
Sale
Sale
108
109
Nov. 7 112
115
112
64
Nov. 7 65
65
65% 61}
101 i
Sale
101% 110% Nov. 16 102
Sale

8

102

Jan.
2 104%
90% Aug. 28 96%
103% Sept. 24 105
106% Jan.
2 111%
101
Jan.
2 106%
101% Jan.
2 106%
100% Apr.
2 104%
LOO
Apr.
1 106
100
Jan. 21 103%
104% Apr.
1 110
100% Jan.
7 105%
107% Jan. 12 112%
108% Jan.
2 112%

Nov. 8 104% Nov. 10
Nov. 27
99
Nov. 13 102
Sale
101% Sale
70
Nov. 20
Sale
73% Nov. 29
73
Sale
Nov. 29
Sale
Sale
106
104% Nov. 13 107
Nov. 36
84
Sale
Sale
80% Nov. 1 84
97
99% Nov. 23
Nov. 16
Sale
99% Sale
97% Nov. 30
Sale
Nov. 15
Sale
97%
87
Nov. 26
86
Nov. 2
86% 87
87%

104

28

Nov. 29

114

110

1

Oct.

100

87% Feb. 23

Nov. 21
2 105
Nov. 26 111% Nov. 15
Nov. 6 112% Nov. 29

14

Nov. 30

109% July

94

L02

7

4
Nov. 13

.

Nov. 29

38%

63% Mar. 14 100% Nov. 18
80
Mar. 13 113% Nov. 20
Oct. 16
19% Apr.
4 36
20% Apr.
1 35% Oct. 17
7% Mar. 12 29% Oct. 25
Nov. 21
50% Feb.
1 73

Nov.

18 101% Nov.
8 103% Nov.
97% Nov.
9
84% Nov.
Nov.
81
6
96
Nov.
1

53

2

31

108% Nov. 13

4

Nov. 29

89

79% Nov. 15

Mar. 20
Jan.
7
July 11
Nov. 8 104
Apr. 24 110%
Jan.
2 114

111

Nov. 29
13 109
27 104% Nov, 12
23 103% Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

June 26
J an.
2

53% Nov. 27
104% Sept. 10

L06% Jan.

7

Nov.
Nov.

64%

111% Jan.

1 104% Nov. 30

96
26
23 105

A

4%,May 28

Oct. 16
Oct.
3 93
11 110% Mar. 11
Mar. 16
Apr. 20 110

106% Oct.
106

104% Jan.
L04
55
65

2 107% May

8

June
7 105% July 23
Jan. 10 71
July 19
Mar. 12 77% June 13

100% Jan.
3 110% July
July
114% Jan.
2 121
July
L18% Feb. 18 128

10
12
8

J

A

...1950
Brunsw 8c Western 1st gu g4a
1938 J
F A
24,666 Buffalo Gen Elec4%aser B......1981 M
S
1937
44.000 Buff Roch 5c Pitts gen 5s
Con sol 4 Ha
1957 MN
275.000
A O
78,000 *{♦ Burl Ced Rap 8c Nor 1st 5s—1934

For footnotes, see page

14

72
74
68

F

♦Certificates of deposit.......
47,000
4,000 {♦Bush Terminal Co 1st 4s.....1952
♦Consol 5s ...................1955
223,000
1960
85,000 Bush Term Bldgs 5s gu tax ex
145.000 By-Product Coke 1st 5%a ser A—1945

4

Sale

M

69%

26

Jan.
5 103% Sept. 7
Mar. 19
76% Aug. 12
Feb. 18
Oct.
2

104%
85%
102%
L00%
L07%
111%

2
6
Nov. 30
Nov.
2
Nov. 25

74

M S

1

Nov.
Nov.

14
29

Sale
Sale

Debentures gold 5s ..........I960 J D
1st lien 8c ref 5s series B.......1957 MN
Brown Shoe 8 f deb 3%s—

1

76
78

A..—.....1947 MN
......

Nov.

103%

29

Feb.

87
98
49

Nov. 13

4

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
103
Nov.
103% Nov.

Undgrd Rye—

♦1st 634s
1956
62,000
40,000 Bethlehem Steel 1st 5t ref 6s g A.1942
20-year pur 8c Imp s f 5s
..1936
2,000
25-yr cons mtge 4 His series D..1960
956,000
...1944
3,000 Big Sandy Ry 1st mtge 4s..

27 113% Nov. 25

Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
93
Sale
Nov.
Sale
96
33
Sale
Nov.
Sale
39
28
Nov.
Sale
Sale
35
49% Nov.
51% 60% Sale
106% 106
106% 106% Nov.
Sale
101
99% Nov.
101

.

...1955 A O

95

104%
94%
104% 104%
109
107%
Sale

Sale" 102%
102% 100
Sale
107%
107% 108"" 108
103% 105
104% Sale 104
110
110%
110
112% H4~" 110%
110%
121%
lll* 118
95
99% 161%
100%
Sale
103% Sale 100%
Sale
93%
94
95% Sale
77%
83% Sale
78% Sale
74
74% 80% Sale

W*
93

1

Nov.
1 100% Nov. 18
108% Nov. 4 113% Nov. 20
30% Nov. 15 35% Nov. 20
Nov. 30
31% Nov. 22 33
21
Nov. 15
29% Nov. 4
73
Nov. 21
67% Nov. 4

100

■

....

14 101% Nov.

96

97
Sale

Sale
104%
95% Sale
94%
104% 104% 104%
108% Sale
108%
103
103%
103% Sale 103%
101
104
100%
102
104
102%

104

MN

♦Debenture 6s

Sale

22

67%

29

Atl Coast L 1st cons 4s

33.000

35% Sale

35

25%

Sale

Nov. 29

1

33

J

6 100

Nov.
1
Nov. 26

100
Sale

Sale
" "

Sale

loll

4

13
8

8

110

D

8
22

9
16
10
7
15
18
30
13

28
Mar. 29
84% Mar. 30
1.05% Jan. 29
92% June 17
100
Apr.
6
109% Nov. 27

Nov. 29
38% Nov. 30
Nov. 20
Nov. 15

Nov. 18

99

113

53

29

Sale

Sale

79% Nov. 15

Nov. 2
Nov. 22
Nov. 15

96

109%
113%

Sale

Sale

89

1

66% Nov.

Sale

Nov. 29

1
2

1

Sale

101

Sale

Nov. 22

53% Nov. 27
8
27 102% Nov.

29

Sale

Sale

21

Nov. 12

72

114% Sale
101% Sale
119% Sale

6

25

Nov.
Oct.
Sept.
Aug.
Apr.
Sept.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Sept 30
99% Nov. 29
100% Feb. 23
108% Nov. 25

3 100

Jan.

96%
50%
104
98%
38
44%
99%
64%
52%

Nov. 18
Nov. 22
Nov. 12

Sale

Sale

18

29

41% Jan.

June 17

26
85

27

70% Nov.
112% Nov.
101
Nov.
118
Nov.
100% Nov.
108% Nov.
113
Nov.
112% Nov.
109% Nov.
113
Nov.

Sale

108%
113%
113%
109%
113%
67%

J

1944

65

101

4%a A—1944 J

B

v

102

Sale

118% Sale

M 8
2,000 Ark 8c Memp Bdge 5c Term 1st 5 s. 19 64
J D
157,000 Armour 8c Co. 1st real estate 4 Vie 1939
F A
1st M 4s s f ser B( Del.)——--1955
792,000
J
J
227,000 Armstrong Cork deb 4s-_........1950
1995 A O
581,000 Atch Top & S F gen g 4s
Adlustment g 4a..
Jnly 1 1995 Nov
18,000
Stamped 4s
.......July 1 1995 MN
123,000
Conv g 4s of 1909
1955 J D
Conv g 4s of 1905........——1955 J D
72", 600
Conv g 4s of 1910
—1960 J D
5,000
Conv deb gold 4%«
—1948 D J
125,000
Rocky Mt dlv 1st 4s A
1965 J J
25,000
J
Trans-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958 J
46,000
Cal-Arlz 1st 8c ref4Ht
A ...1962 M 8
52,000

1st 30-year

87

54

1

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

22

§Sg

Nov.

50

57

102%

73%

Debenture gold 6a oerles A...1975 MN
10 yr conv coll tr 5s
..—1944 M S
..1947 i J
117,000 {♦Amer Writ Paper 1st g 6s
♦Certificates of Deposit
18,000
1945 MN
335,000 ♦AngloChilean Nitrate 7s
July 1995 Q J
74,000 ♦{Ann Arbor 1st g 4s

97,000
430,000
349,000
448,000
430,000
144,000
93,000
48,000
50,000
21,000

.

101

296,000
1,525,000

1946

.

113

J

8c Elec

Atl Knox 5c No 1st g5s

51

90

74

403,000 Amer internal Corp conv 9%a_.I949
1945 M S
4,692,000 Amer Roll Mill conv deb 4%s
1936 M 8
27,000 Amer Tel Sc Tel Conv 4s
J D
30-year coll trust 5a————1944
332,000
J
J
35-year sink fund deb 5s...... 1960
329,000
20-year sinking fund 5
..1943 MN
391,000
J
Convertible debentures 4H'—1939 J
301,000
Debenture 5s.—.—..—1965 F A
431,000
279,000 {♦Am Type Founders 6s ctfs...—1940

Atl 5c Char Air Line 1st

Sale

99
98%
53
46%
108% 110
103% Sale

Nov. 14 35% Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 2
Nov.
Nov. 9
Nov.
Nov. 26 56
Nov. 20 108% Nov.
Nov. 6 103% Nov.

M

O

A

M

"Tooo

Sale Prices

28%
96%
96%
e52%
107%
102%

53% Nov.
Sale
102% 100% Nov.
Sale
77% Nov.
Sale
Sale
67% Nov.
Sale
Sale
Sale
23% Nov.
52
Sale
Sale
17% Nov.
37
92
Nov.
Sale
92
93%
108% 108% 108% 107% Nov.
97
Nov.
Sale
Sale
99%
100% Novj
Sale
111% Sale 109% Nov.

—1998
9,000 Allegh & West 1st g gu 4s
1942 M 8
42,000 Ailed Valley gen gu 4s....
1950 A O
213,000 Allied Stores Corp deb 4 Mis
W N
264,000 Allls-Cbalmers Mfg deb g 5s..-.--1937
Convertible deb 4s — ——-—1945 M N
765,000

Amer Water Works

34%

53%

-—-—1950

♦5s stamped

Sale Prices

Nov.30 1935

INDUSTRIAL

633,000 ♦{♦Abltlbl Pow ec P»P«* 1®«
66,000 Adam* Exprete coll tt 0 4a. i,.JW
Collateral trust 4s of 1907
1947
155.000
I9»i
32,000 Adriatic Elec Co external 7«
194S
32,000 Ala Gt Sou let cone 5a ser A
First cons 4s series B
-1943
20,000
29,000 ♦Albany Perfrated Wrap Paper fcs 1948
♦6s assented
1948
2,000
-1946
24,000 Albany 5tSueq 1st guar 3 He
1,198,000 1 Allegheny Corp coll tr con? ha.1944
Collateral and convertible 5s.. 1949
1,075,000
♦Collateral Sc. convertible 5«—1950
1,230,000

4,512,000

Highest

1

Highest

Lowest

Lowest

Nov. 30

1

COMPANIES.

'

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

BONDS

November

EXCHANGE-BONDS

A

O

J

Nov. 19 105% Nov. 6
104% Sale 104% 104% 104
109% Nov. 14 109% Nov. 4
109% 110% 109% 110
Nov. 25
104% Sale 104% Nov. 27 105

109% 140
103%

"64%

56*

MN

83%

80
Sale

2

Nov.

4

105% 103
Sale

Sale

11*
75

O

A

Sale

109% Nov.

"84~

613

155
16.
79

Sale

45%
65%

355
65]

85

93%

85

Nov. 9
Nov. 15
Nov. 12
Nov. 15
Nov. 2
Nov.
6
Nov.
1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

14
23
1

Jan.

2

Iff*

Sept. 26
Nov. 27 105

Apr. 17
Mar. 11

Nov. 25

7
Apr. 26 103% May
Jan. 16 111% Mar. 80
Nov.

Apr,

4 107

2

Feb.

70% Jan.
Jan.

23

24

12

20% Feb.
92* Sept

30

Oct

26
26

Apr
Jan.

29

Nov. 29
Nov. 29

Oct.
Oct.

31
19

Nov. 21

Jan.

2

27
8
18
5

6

Jan.

70

28

July

24

94% Nov. 21

.I;,,

,

dec., 1935]

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

Sales in

fi

November

BONDS

Value

M. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

if

no,

25

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

Nov. 1

to

Nov. 30

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov.30 1935
$

Bid

12,000 Cal Gat ft el Corp unlf 9c ref 5«__1937 mn
50,000 Calif Packing com deb 5a......1940 j j

102%
85

Ask Bid

Ask

107% 108
107
108
al04% Sale 105% Sale

107

Nov. 20 107% Nov. 14

zl04% Nov. 2 105% Nov.

4

Nov. 20 109

107

July
1
5 105% May 16

103% Jan.

Camaguey Sugar co—
♦1st 7a ctfa of deposit.........1942
105,000
40,000 Canada Sou con gu 5a aer a.....1962
235,000 Canadian Nat gold 4%s
1957

80,000

Guaranteed gold 5a

8
o

j

108

j

112%

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

113%

Nov.

Sale

Sale

113

d

111

Sale

a

108%
108%

Sale

103

Sale

111%
% 109% 108y4
109% Sale
108%
102% 102% 102%
120
122% Sale
83
84% Sale
101
103% Sale
112
Sale
111%
104% Sale
103%

Nov.,
Nov.

d

j

j

24

a

108%

\

o

a

o

II

id

j

j

..

1936 j

12
12
Sale

Sale

100

♦Gen g 4%a aerlea e....May 1 1989
142,000
♦Gen 4%t aerlea f
178,000
May 11989
2,857,000 {♦Chic Mil St Pft Pac mtge5a serA1975
♦Conv ad] 5s
.......Janl 2000
5,065,000
183,000 {♦Chic & No West gen 3 ha
19n7

—...

i

40

j

Sale

102%
107%
105%
104%

Sale
108
Sale

f

109

Sale

a

75

j

m
f

Sale
80

10%
11
10% Sale
114% 117
105% Sale
21% Sale

j

20%
19%
19%

j

7

j

00
88%
110%
37%

j

33%

Sale

10
10

35
Sale

39

40

Sale

j

j

39%

41

46

p

a

a

o

10%

37

262,000
319,000
253,000

♦lat 8c ref g 5s
May 2037 j
♦lat 8c ref 4%a stamped..May 2037 i
♦1st ft: ref 4 %a aer c.......May 2037 j

♦General 4%a stamped... .....1987 mn
m

P

d
d

15

1949 mn

♦{♦Chicago Rya lat 5a stamped
1927 p a
Aug 1 1932 25% part paid
22,000
j
1988 j
344,000 {♦Chic rift Pacific gen g 4s
♦Certificates of deposit....
67,000
1,468,000
♦♦Refunding gold 4a......... 1934 a o
♦Certificates of deposit....,
413,000
♦♦Sec. gold 4%a series a..... 1952 ms
873,000
♦Certificates of deposit.....
265,000
♦Convertible gold 4 %a_.
1960 mn
1,149,000
1951 j d
.7,000 Chic s l & n o gold 5s
Gold 3%a
.......June 15 1951 j d

17,000
45,000

41
Sale

8

d

8%

m
30

m

5%
75

63%

j

d

25%

m

8

13%

j

93 H

100

Guaranteed gold 5a.......

1944 j

d

Guaranteed

1944 j

j

95 v;
105

1963 j

j

107

Chic ft West Ind Consol 50-yr 4a. 1952 j

i

1st mtge 4s series d

lat ft ref 5 h* series a

1962 m s

.............

...

1962 m

s

1943 a

o

Chill

j
Copper deb g 5s.......... 1947 j
{♦Choc Okl ft Gulf consol 5a
1952 m n

i

&
82
103

m

Cln Gas & Elec 1st mtge g 4s a.. 1968 a
Cln Ham ft Day 2d g 4 %a
1937 j

o
j

36
87 }
88

Cln Ind St l ft c lat 4a...Aug 2 1936 q

f

100
80
80

88

M

..

(small)..

Clearfield ft Mahon lat gtd g fta

1940 j

j

100

71

*78%

nil
106

Nov. 27

Nov. 23
Nov. 13

Nov.

6

26% Nov. 25

20% Nov. 15
21% Nov. 21

24% Nov. 29
22

Nov. 22

""5%"Nov."21 ld"~Novf36
5% Nov. 18
87% Nov. 22

10

Nov. 30

89% Nov.

2

33%

Nov.15 42%~Nov.~29

33

Nov. 20

37% Nov. 13
36% Nov. 15

Jan.

Oct.

67% Feb.

2

20

4

63% Mar. 13
102% July 10
102

Mar. 28
12

101% Jan.

38

Nov. 12

2

Sale
101

62%

5%
111%
103%
18%

Apr.
Jan.
Jan.

3

15

Nov. 23
12
Feb. 20
2 117
>
8 106% Aug.
7
Nov. 13 35% Jan. 22

2

28

24% Nov. 29
22M Aug. 29

13
8

10

Nov. 30

6

10

Nov. 30

Mar. 15

15% June
14
July
4% July
4% June
86% Mar,
06% Jan.
33% Nov.
32% Oct.

29

Jan.

4

93% Sept. 30
9
8
58% Jan.
Jan. 30
55

24 111% Aug.

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

12

40

Nov. 29

33

Oct.

13

40% Nov. 30

35

3
57% Jan.
9
61% Jan.
47
May 11

9

20
19
19

Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov. 25

Apr.

Oct.

8
7

70
31

Jan.

7

Jan.

28
28

Jan.

8
4

Jan.

4

22% Jan.

7

66% Feb.

80

31

Oct.

45% Jan.

30

Oct.

43

Nov.

2

Nov. 29

Jan.

16
18

Feb.

1

Jan.

7
7
21
2

10% Nov.
10
Oct.
4% Mar.
96
May
88% June

101

26

Nov. 29
Nov. 29

7

17

Mar.

10

29

Aug. 17
28
Jan. 25

10% Mar.

15% Nov. 25

4% Nov.
100% Nov.

Jan.

12% Nov.
7% Nov.

16% Nov.
14% Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

13% Nov. 25

17

Nov.

10% Nov.

3

53

Nov.

13

8

Jan.

53

Nov.

13

7

Jan.

75-

Nov.

38

9
7
23

48

Jan.

16
10

Jan.

105% July
89

June 29

"81""

"81%

78

Nov. 27

81

Nov. 18

75

June

88

June

Sale

Sale

65

Nov.

74

Nov. 25

25% Mar.
13% Mar.

76

Sept. 19
Sept. 12

Sale

60%

108% 107% Nor.
107% Nov.
Sale
107% Nov.

107%
Sale

108
106

Sale

106

109

Sale

108% Nov.

99

Sale

97% Nov.

Sale

105% Nov.

106%

105% 106
'

oq

105%

Sale
Sale
39
Sale

105

Nov.

Nov.

63% Nov.

60% Nov. 25

108%
108%
108%
106%
109%
99%
106%
106
68%
101%

Nov. 12

106 ^

Nov.

1

Nov.

7

106?/
106^

27

23

109%

June

Feb.

110%
108%
106%
109%
100%

May
Aug.

Mar. 25
Nov.
7

Aug.

June 26

105
107

Nov. 30

92

Jan.

Nov. 25
Nov. 27
Nov. 29

102

Jan.

107

103

Mar.

107% June 25

Aug.
Aug.

5

Aug. 12

July

1

Nov.

Nov. 25

104% Nov. 14 105% Nov. 30

Nov. 12 102

Nov. 12

Sk*

Mar.

68

Nov. 29

79

Jan.

101

Nov. 25

37

100

102%
110% 110%
110% 110%
112% 113%
75%
73%

63

Nov. 20
Nov.
7

103

102
.....

4

55% Nov. 12

Mar

41

101% Aug.
102% May

101% Mar.

iiO%"No"v."i5

Nov.
Nov.

111

113

Nov. 18
Nov. 26

23

103

Feb. 18
103% July 23
111% June 25

100% Jan.
Nov.

Feb.

July 11
Aug. 27

107

109
110

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 12
114% June 19
78
Aug. 10
113

111% Jan.
69% Mar.

For footnote*, aee page 33.




4

Oct.

Nov. 25

75

Sale

Mar.

May

21 110% Apr. 26
103% Oct. 19 109% Mar. 1
107% May 11 114% Mar. 4
Aug. 23
73
Mar. 30 86
Nov. 29
13
'5% Mar. 21

104

41

10

Aug. 19
Jan.
8

35
39
39

7

38% Nov. 30
34% Nov. 27

104

June 24

8 108

Sept. 21 110
2
50%
7 106%
101% Jan.
27 109%
105% Sept.

33% Apr.

7
15
13
13

31% Nov.
32% Nov.
10% Nov.

Sale

26
25
30

Jan.

"38""~Novfl4 45%"Nov.~29

10

10
11

62% Jan.
64% Jan.
Jan.
26

72% Nov.

15%

4

July
July
Aug.
Sept.
Apr.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

Mar.

Mar.

29
29
25
27

Sale

Sale

IBB
loiv

Mar. 12
107% Sept. 20
8
105
Feb.
5 105
102% Jan.*
105% Jan. 16 112%
108

36

12% Nov. 13
7% Nov. 13

Sale

5

2 113% June

110% Oct.
114% Jan.

36%
36%
9%
2%
28%
30%
30%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Vov.
Nov.

40
Sale

90% July 31
65% Aug. 10
Sept. 9
93% Nov. 18
104% Mar. 9
118% Nov. 18
112% Nov. 14

Nov. 29

10

35

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3%
28%
30%
30%
33

1

Mar. 13 103% June 29

Mar. 23 102% Aug.

45

Sale

31%

28
12
24
Nov.
8
Feb.

Feb. 28
Oct. 19

44%
45%
15%
7%

Nov.

74%

Nov. 15

103

1940
.1943

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13

Sale

110%
110% Sale
112% Sale

52%

9%
114%
105%
18%

Sale

Sale

102%

98

9

109% Nov. 19
80
Nov. 22
13% Nov. 29

Nov.

Nov. 13

68

103%

10

106

Sale

48%

Nov. 22

107

13

100

97

Series b

Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 23
Nov. 8

Nov. 13
Nov. 29
102
Nov.
8 103% Nov. 18
107% Nov.
109% Nov. 30
105
Nov.
107% Nob. 27

19% Sale

Sale

82

Clearfield Bit Coal 1st 4a

il8%"novri8

38

104% Nov.
108% Nov.
80
Nov.

8

Jan.

17

41

"44%

100% Sale
36
25%
104% Sale
102%

97 h

Nov. 22

6% Apr. 10
17% June 17
19
June 19

20 124

1 112% Nov.

Nov. 13

Sale

105% 106
105% Sale

mn

...imj

ser

Nov.

Sale

%

Sale

107% 108
105% 106
109% Sale
97% Sale

j
a..2020 j
1st mtge 5s series b_..........2020 j
j
lat mtge g 5a series c guar....1957 mn

gu g 4s

4%a

Mar. 29

Mar. 18
Nov. 15

Feb.

2 112% Nov. 14

37

34% Sale
37% Sale
36%
38%
39%
46%
40% Sale

Sale

69

1

72

g*
11%

d

...........

15%

39

"

1981 j

Chic Un Station lat gu 4%a a.. 1963 j
1st 5a series b
.1963 j

36%

Sale

Sale

mn

♦15-year

4s

Sale

42% Sale"
37% Sale

38%

223", 000

194(

iff!

j

36
Sale

1 1961

Sale

j

Sale

ft s'east lot ft ref 5a

Sale

j

Sale

Income guar 5a........Dec

25% Sale

35
26

32

Memphis Dtv 1st 4s

Sale

22

w*

♦Conv 4%a aerlea a.....

12%
117

23%

32

1936

H

22

1987 mn

6hi-

m
105

Sale

22

89%

Nov. 27

Apr.

105% Apr. '

lc9%
41% Sale
103% Sale
109% Sale
106% 107%
105% Sale
109% 109%
80%
81%

28

Sale

111

Nov. 20

18

13
7

Apr.
Apr.

102

22

♦Stpd non payt Fed Inc tax.1987 mn
♦Stpd gen 4mi non-pay lnc taxl987 mn
♦Gen 5s stpd non pay lnc tax.1987 mn

♦General 4a....

Sale

10
5

20

Jan; 29

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

111% 110% Nov. 20 112%
118% Sale
117% Nov. 6 119
111
Sale
110% Nov. 2 111%
110% Sale
110% Nov. 2 111%
107%

23

76,000
150,000

con

1

24

24
Oct. 10
107% June 12
39
May 29

Nov.
4
93% Nov. 18

Nov.
Nov.

46

2

Nov. 13 108% Feb.
98% Feb.

87
65
122

111

106

21

Feb.

Nov. 27

Nov:

109% 106% Nov.

Sale

40

3

25
2

May
2
Jan.: 5 109
106% Oct. : 3 110% Nov. 21
Jan. 17
70% ISTov. 27 78

102% Nov. 23
101% Nov. 14

Nov.

3
3

106

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

2

Sept. 20 117% Jan
Sept. 20 115% Jan
Sept. 21 114% Jan,
Nov. 27 107% Jan.
Feb.
Sept. 25 125
1
89% Aug.
Apr.
2 104% June
Jan.
109
Sept. 21 112% July
101% Mar. 30 107% Aug.
3 103% July
95% Apr.
105

103%
103%
102%
116%
81%
99%

104% Oct.
3
71% Jan.
39% Nov. 14

46% Nov.
101% Nov.
88

3

Jan

4

Nov.
97% Nov.

Nov.

109

Sale

Cln Union Term 1st

Nov. 15

105

Nov.

Sale

107

d

Cln ub ft n lat

97% Sale

Sale"

102

Chic l s a Beat lat 4 %•
.1969 j
♦Chic Mil 8c St p gen g 4a aer a..1989
♦Gen g 3%s aerlea b..__May 1 1989 j
48,000
♦Gen 4%a series c
249,000
May 1 1989 j

5,000

20

Jan.
Sept. 21 118
4 120% Jan.
108% Oct,

107

107% Sept. 20 119%

15

116%

a

562",000

"e'.odo

Nor. 27

15
May 27
2% Feb. 11
106% Apr. 10 113% Aug. 28
3
102% Sept. 21 113% Jan.

19

Sale

j

so'ood

Nov. 15

Sale

j
1947 j
1966 mn

♦lat 9c general 5a aerlea a

5^8 series c

Nov. 25
Nov. 21

22%

ill"" Sale' 111%

1989 j
m

Childa Co deb 5s..

20

43

110% Sale
110% Sale

♦lat 9c gen 6a aerlea B
173,000
May 1966 j
20,000 Chic Indiana 9c Sou 58-yr 4a
1956 j

74,000
13,000
56,000
56,000
74,000
434,000
143,000
13,000
319,000
613,000

"25"

104% Nov.
96% Nov.
39% Nov.

Sale

119

...

147,000 Chic t h

Nov. 26
Nov. 20

1946

♦Refunding 4a aerlea c

217,000

1

Nov. 20

112% Sale

8

.

39*066

6

Nov. 14
Nov. 22
85
Nov.
1 104% Nov. 22
Nov.
1 112% Nov.
8
Nov. 13 104% Nov. 23

107%

1989

32,000 {♦Chic Indlanap 9c Loufa* rf g 6a 1947
♦Refunding gold 5a aer b......1947
14,000

2,821,000

9

106

ft e 111 Ry (new co) g 5a -1951 mn
♦Certificates of deposit

secured

Nov.
109% Nov.
Nov. 27 103% Nov.
1 123% Nov.

Nov.

j

41,000 Chic ft Erie lat gold 5s.
....1982 mn
67,000 Chic Gas l ft g 1st gu g 5a. .j—1937 j j
1,418,000 {♦Chic Gt Western 1st 50-yr 4s.. 1959 m s

430,000
73,000

25

87% 87
101% Sale
101% Sale 101%
100% 101% 100% 101
100%
83% Sale
83
86% Sale
64
69
63%
66%
63 /
121
121% 123
121% 122
88% Sale
93% Sale
87%

384,000 {♦Chic

-

6

110

27
Nov. 27
108%
Nov.
8
108% Nov. 8 109
55
46
49%
Nov. 12 47% Nov. 15
Nov.
26%
8
27% 22
27% Nov. 27
11
15
Nov. 14
13%
14% Nov. 22
11
Nov. 14
13% Sale
14% Nov. 29
19
20
Nov.
1
23% Nov. 22

105*"

46% Sale

1995

..

2d con gold 4a....

306",000

Nov.

101% 100
88% 87

97

101

1993

Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5a .1941
270,000 Chic ft Alt rr ref g 3a
....1949
242,000 Chic Burl ft q iii Dlv 3%a
1949
Illinois Division 4s
95,000
......1949
General 4s
269,000
1958
lat ft ref 4 ha series b
244,000
1977
1st ft ref 5s series a
154,000
1971
2,000 ♦{Chic ft e 111 1st cons g 6s
...1934

35,000

30
Sale

22

Craig Valley lat g 5s.....May (940

26,000

26

22%

g 5a.......1939 m n

Potta Creek Br lat 4s
r ft a Dlv lat con g 4a

112% Nov. 12

Nov.

20

104%

Chea Corp con* col tr g 5a May 15 1947 mn
10 year conv coll 5a
.......1944 j d

1992 m

Sale

ii*
24

23

m n

♦Middle Ga 8t Atl DIt pur m 5a. 1947 j
♦Mobile Dlv lat t» 5a
..1944 i

cona

26

7
7

1 114% Nov.
114% Nov.

98
Nov.
100% Sale
7 101
44
49
50
45
Nov. 13
47%
46
107% 107% 108%
107% Nov. 6 108%
108% 110% 110% 111% 109% Nov. 9 110%
70%
72% 65% 70% 70% Nov, 27 70%

j

General gold 4 ha
Ref ft Imp 4hi aer a.......
Ref ft lmpt 4%a aerlea b

Sale

101

111% Sale
103% Sale
98% Sale

d

f

Sale

120% Sale
84% Sale

d

i

Chea ft Ohio lat

1 108% Nov.
6
Nov. 21 112% Nov. 29

113%

m s

Nov. 27

Nov.

113%

j

Nov. 14

10
110

Nov.

a

11,000 Cent Hudson g & e 1st & ref 3%s'65 m s
341,000 Cent 111 Elec 8c Gaa lat 5a...
1951 ? a
j
132,000 t♦Central New Eng 1st guar 4s_.1961 i
142,000 Central of n j gen g 5a.........1987
General 4a
17,000
......1987
456,000 Cent Pac lat ref gu g 4a........1949
12,000
Through St l lat gu g 4a
1954
Guar 5a
429,000
1960
19,000 Cen rr 8c Bkg of Ga col tr g 5a.1937 mn
39,000 Central Steel lat alnk fund 8a... 1941 mn
436,000 Certain-teed Prod a f g 5%» a...1948 m s

95,000
82,000
112,000
309,000

Nov.

p

9,000 ♦Cent Br uu Pac lat g 4a.......1948
41,000 Central Dlat Tel lat 30-year 5a
1943
10,000 {♦Cent of Ga Ry lat g 5a...Nor. 1945
♦Con so i gold 5a
292,000
.........1945
♦Ref 9c gen 594a aerlea b
225,000
1959
♦Ref 8c gen 5a aerlea c
504,000
1959
♦Chat dlr pur money g 4a....1951
10,000
♦Macon 8c Nor Dlv lat g 5a.....1946
3,000

584,000

8
108%
107%
111%

o

.

Charlea 8c Savannah lat g 7a

Sale

j

.

2,788,666

Sale

f

j
93,000
25-year deb a f guar 414a......1946 j
j
j
694,000 Canadian Pac 4% deb stock
Collateral truat gold 4>4a.....l946 m s
110,000
5a equip truat ctfa
j
71,000
.......1944 J
Collateral truat g 5a
240,000
....1954
Collateral truat 494a
324.000
1960
6,000 {♦Carolina Central lat gu g 4a.. 1949
39,000 Uaro Clinch 9c Ohio lat 5a.
1936
lat 9c con g 6a aerlea a.Dec 15 1952
17,000
5,000 Carthage ft Adlr lat gu g 4a
1981

.

9

107% 108%

a

July 1969 j

Guaranteed g 5a..........Oct 1969
152,000
Guaranteed g 5a......
41,000
...1970
Guar gold 494a
65,000
June 15 1955
Guar g 4>4a......_..
117,000
....1956
Guar g 4%s
137,000
..1951
132,000 Canadian No deb a f 7a
1940

.

£" 8%

a
j

--

•.

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v

N. Y. STOCK

26

EXCHANGE—BONDS

11

Sales in

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July 1 1933
to

EXCHANGE

H. Y. STOCK

Value

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

BONDS

November

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Lowest

Highest

1

Highest

Nov.30 1935
Bid

$

98,000

Giniral 5s ssrics

"5",606

94

—1993

C C C ft St L gin g 4s

4H« Wf B—1943
Series B gu 3H«..1943
Series A gu 4Hs........
..1943
Series G gu JHi—
1944
Series D gu 3$l.............. 1950
General 4Hi series A..
1977
Gen & ref. mti»e 4$» series B..1981

T066

J
J

A

O

A

O

J

J

Coal R1t Ry 1st gu 4s

deb 4s......

4,000 Conn ft Passum RIts 1st g 4s
6,000 Conn Ry ft Lt 1st g 4$i

19,000

1943

1951

Stamped guar 4H>
tv51
Consol Hydro-Elec Works of Upper

2,000
♦Wuerttemberg 1st 7s
236,000 Consol Gas (N Y) deb 5$•
321,000
Deb gold 434s

1956
1951

♦Debenture 4s

_

A&O 1955

..

103

34",660

1,252,606
1,713,000
31,000
36,000

60,000

"4.666

con*

105$ May 21
Nov. 13 106
1065* 105
Sale
1025* Nov. 1 105
99
Nov.
1
995*
Sale
Sale
905* Nov. 12 925*

106
Sale

Sale

Nov. 18

Nov. 18
Nov. 20

22

May

Nov. 27

48$

Oct.

m

975* Nov.

Nov. 25

69

Mar.

99$ Nov. 25

Nov.

Nov. 25

68$ Mar.

109

1123*

1113* 1105* 113
Sale
1125* 113

J

M

I

J

109

J

J

295* 31
1045* Sale

:::::

F

A

1

D

108

Sale

J

105

Sale

J

J

J

J

A

O
J

185* Sale

J

J
8

O

N
O

6

106

1045* Nov.
Sale
1075* Nov.
1085* Sale
1045* Nov.
1055*
17
Nov.
195* Sale
18
Nov.
18
195*

106

Nov. 18

106

♦Certificates of deposit..




see

page 33.

20

Nov. 19

19$ Nov. 29

14 109

Aug.
104 52 Oct.

Nov"'

16

29

Jan.

29

Jan.

9

103

Jan.

1045* 1035*

"Nov."

Nov.

"I

Sale

Sale

99

Nov.

Nov. 15

Sale

97

94

Nov.

Nov. 27

83
92

1035* 103

Nov.

Nov. 13

103

104

Nov.

Nov.

102 5* 102

Nov.

Nov. 14

45

47

485* Nov.

Nov. 15

37

Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov. 15

29
28

Jan.

465* Nov
445* Nov.
1045* Nov.

Apr.

52

Nov. 14

23!

Jan.

47

51
Sale

Sale
50 H

43

1055* 1055*

465*
445*
05

Sale
765*
Said
935*
1055* 106
103$ 103
1055* 1055*
1005*
Sale
1065*

106 H
Sale

253*
Sale
Sale

Sale

48
48
Sale

Sale
94

44

Nov.

725* Nov. 13
93

Nov.

1

107

1065* Nov.

77$ Nov.

4

Nov.

9

95

107$ Nov. 18

Nov.

107
28
28
12

55* Nov.

11

28

Sale

205* Nov.

28

Sale

215* Nov.

115* Sale
105* Sale
215* Sale

7

15

Nov.

Sale

107

Nov.

6

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Nov. 29
Nov. 29

21$ Nov. 29
3

Nov. 13

63

3
Nov.
3
3
35*
35*
63
Nov.
60
45
72 5*
725*
1055* Sale 1045* 1055* 1045* Nov.
104
Sale
1045* 1055* 1045* Nov.
109
1085* Nov.
109H 108
Sale
113
1115* Nov.
112
Sale
109
1085*, Nov.
109

MK*
30

9

1055* Nov. 14 105$ Nov. 4
Nov. 7 103$ NQV.
9
1045* 103
Nov. 27
1045* Nov. 13 106
106

1065**1075* 1065* Nov.

M

7

Nov. 26

105$
105$
1095*
113$
109

NoV.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

125*

135*

13

14

125* Nov.

6

17$ Nov. 15

Nov.

4 103

Nov. 18

Nov.

9 108

Nov. 18

Nov.

7 128

Nov. 27

Nov. 13 101

Nov.

1

105

Nov.

Nov.

6

105

Nov. 15
Nov.

7

Nov. 23

33

Nov.

6

33

Nov.

6

109$ Nov. 22

6 105

655* Sale
655* Sale

Sale.

685*" Sale*

63 5*

"Nov."

47

35

955*

99

44

46"

Nov. 18

Oct.

Oct.

19

Nov. 15

27
2

Feb.

June 18

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

51

12
16
30
27
19

107$ Feb. 14

23

1075* July

3

12
8

100$ Oct. 24 105
July
5
104$ Apr. 27 112$ June 27

102$ Jan.
103

20$
215*
6$
5$
115*

Jan.

Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
May
Apr.

7 107$ July
8 107$ Apr.
13 395* Jan.
12 39$ Jan.
29 12
Jan.
11
11
Jan.
4 21$ Nov.

2$ Aug.
63

107

72

Nov.

Mar.

7

Nov. 21
Feb.

28

Nov. 29

May 10
Aug.
2
1
15$ July
112$ Oct. 26
104$ Oct. 31
1085* July 25
58
July 10
30
30

Jan.

106$ Oct.
31$ Mar.
Jan.

30

Apr.
Sept.

3 105
Aug. 15
9 111$ Jan. 24
19 108$ July
5
18 128
June 13
3
Feb. 19

106$ Jan.
123$ Jan.
31$ Oct.
32
8
Aug.
104$ Jan. 14
92

Feb. 27

110$
113$
1115*
107$

105$ Jan.

7

19

110

Apr.
Apr.
12$ Jan.

96

2
4

29

June 28

109$ Jan.

26

102

23
1
10
11

3$ Sept. 16

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

8

101$ Jan.
101$ Jan.
955* Nov.
70
Apr.

21

V>H

May 27

Feb.

15

Nov. 22

Aug.
8
106$ Aug. 13
8
106$ June
102
80

Mar.

2

June 22

47

Nov.

7

104

Jan.

25 106

Oct.

31

65

Apr.

Jan.

Apr.

10
18

78

65

78

Jan.

June 13

76

Jan.

7
5
31
8

52$ Mar. 30
52

Mar. 28

114$ Jan.
112$ Jan.
105

Feb.

44$ Oct.

Nov.

29

June 13

Jan.

17

83

Jan.

30

95$ Nov. 14

795*
80$
63$
50$
43$

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Oct.

.1942 M 8
.1954 J D

96

97

99
90

Nov.
Nov.

4

645* Nov.

8

54

7

1 102$ Nov. 27
93
Nov. 19

Nov. 14
Nov. 4

5$ Nov.

4

64$ Nov.. 8
58

Nov. 19

10$ Nov. 30
9$ Nov. 30

81.

8

26 111

Nov. 19

96$ Nov. 29

74$ Jan.
74$ Jan.

15 117$ July 16
5 117$ Aug. 21

Nov. 19

96

105* Sale
95* Sale

Mar. 22

Feb.

55

98

955* Nov. 25

975*
Sale

75* Sale
55*
6

19

103

96

99

96

915* Sale
52
615*
485*
55
575*
585*

18

Feb.

107

Nov. 19

96

J

Nov. 25

:t7

S

J

70

Nov. 13
69$ Nov. 25
Nov. 13
20 117
114$ Nov. 1 1155 Nov. 27
Nov.
111
109$ Nov.

104

425*

13

63

117$ 1165* Nov.

110

17

Jan.

68

74

"695*

July

72$ Nov. 13 94$ Jan.
89$ Mar. 14 102$ Jan.

105

101

102
1035* 101
1015* 103
1075* 1085* 1075* 1075* 107
125
126
128
122
131
32
33
Sale
34
315*
32
38
38
325*
315*
108
108
1095*
1005* Sale 1005* loin 100

June 28

105

26

1035*

103

Nov.

104$ Nov.

104$
9 104$
7 108$
21 1065*
25 108$

30
35
155*
1105* 1125* 1105* Nov, 13 112$ Nov. 6
1035* Nov, 25 103$ Nov. 21
1035* 104
6 107$ Nov^ 6
1075* Nov,
1075* 1075* Sale
4
43
Nov
55
Sale
54$ Nov. 29
525*

Apr. 23

109$
1045*
1015*
100

Jan.
Oct.

101$ Jan.
97$ Jan.

2

107$ Nov. 29

Nov.

103$ Oct.
99$ Jan.

"

6
16

25
Aug.
1
29$ Aug. 14
May 10
May
9
1055* Mar. 6

Oct.

7
7

Sale

Nov.

32$

16

4

Nov. 26

17$ Oct.

102$ Jan.

Nov.

1035* Sale
1045* Sale
102
102 H
495* Sale

Sept. 17
Nov.

Oct.

Jan.

99

8

Nov. 25

Feb.

Sale

94

4

Jan.

41$
106$
1085*
106$
355*

40$ Nov.
40$ Nov.

A

.195$ J D
.197$ M S

Jan.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

S

For footnotes

Nov.

Nov. 20

9 10951 Nov. 21

23$ July

18

1145*
1095*

.1946 J
.194* J

109

108$ Nov. 18
106$ Nov. 17

-----

74

8

6 112
2 112
15 103

29

30

7
7 105$ Nov.
1055* 1065* 1055* 1065* 105$ Nov
Nov. 23
98
955* Nov. 6
975* Sale
965* Sale
715* Nov. 1
74$ Nov. 25
745* Sale
715* Sale
Nov. 14
105$ Nov. 25 106
1065* 1055* Sale
Nov. 29
Sale
715* 735* 71$ Nov. 14 74
Nov. 16
74
74
72
Nov. 20
75

.1942 M
.1942 M

106$ Jan.

Nov. 18

985* Nov. 8
110$ Sept. 11
6
107$ Aug.

18

105

.1943 M

Jan.

100

Nov. 29

375*

104

F

105$ Mar.
110$ Jan.

31

109

S

1938 M

1095* Nov. 12
112$ Nov. 4
103$ Nov. 26
1095* Nov. 21

Mar.

68

102$ Jan.
98$ Jan.

Nov.

295*

109 H

D

J

1095* Nov. 12
1115* Nov. 19
Nov. 16
109
Nov. 9
108
Nov. 6

100

Nov.

Sale

A

O

8

4
6

Nov.

98

18
195*
365*
365* 37
365*
375* Sale
1035* 1035* 1035*

104

J

A

Nov.
Nov.

18
20
Sale

D

M S

1095*
108

J

J

98

103

102

J

F

65

965* Nov.
98
Sale
1095* 1095* 1095* 1085* Nov.
1055* Sale 1055*1055* 1055* Nov.

O

J

555* Sale
995* Sale
995* Sale

1155* Sale

...

Nov. 25

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

A

100$ Sept. 10
94
July 19
107$ Aug. 22
68
Sept. 26

105

Nov,

117

ser

85
Apr.
80 V Mar.
Jan.
104
Jan.
38
66$ Jan.

955* Nov.

66"

Sale

♦let ft ref is

Nov. 27
Nov. 29

35
50

A

f 5s.....

391,000
369,000

Nov. 25

Sale

117

s

107$ Aug. 19

Sale

655*

Ref ft Impt gold 5s ser 1927 ...1967 M N
A O
..1975
J
J
Brie ft Jersey 1st s f 6s
1955
J
Genesee Rl» RR 1st s f 6s
1957 J
N Y & Erie RR ext 1st 4s
1947 MN

Federal Lt ft Tr 1st

l05$May 2i

100$ Mar.
92$ Apr.

97

A

5s International series
1,000
First Hen s f 5s stamped.
38,000
1st Hen s f 6s stamped.....
46,000
30-year deb 6s series B
43,000
1,000 Fist deb s f 7s...
^♦Fla Cent ft Peninsular 5s..
22,000 t*Fla East Coast 1st 4Hs....

10,000

Nov. 27

40

F

1956 MN

1954

May 29
Aug. 26

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

F

Ref ft imp 5s ser 1930

3d mtge 4Hs
Braesto Breda Co 1st mtge 7s

May 29 105
107$ Mar. 19 112

Sale

1953 A

4s Series D

105

Sale

A

5,000
1939
J
1995
4,000 Ed El 111 N Y 1st cons g 5s
M
27,000 ♦Elec Pow Corp (Germany) 6Hi-195*
A
♦lit sinking fund 6Hs
.1953
16,000
M
12,000 Elgin Jol ft East 1st g 5s
.1941
A
El Paso ft S W 1st ft ref 5s
1965
24,000
J
1,000 Erie ft Plttsb gen gu g 3Hs ser B.1940
J
Series C 3 Hi
1944
10,000
J
461,000 Erie RR 1st con ft prior lien 4s..1996
J
1st consol gen Hen 4s
1996
654,000
F
Penn coll trust g 4s.
1951
8,000
Con* g 4s 8er A
1953 A
106,000
A
Series B
1953
45,000
Gen

9 1105* Nov. 12

27
88
Mar. 18
96
May 13
Nov. 20
103$ Sept. 18 104
95
Sept. 6 95$ Mar.
1
103$ Apr. 15 1055* Jan. 15
109
Oct.
4
05* Nov. 12

95 $

M N

1948

Nov. 20

13
27
8
7

353*
513*
983*
985*
975*
108H

M N

f 7Hs 1937.

Nov. 20 104

25
21

65

97,000 Detroit Rirer Tunnel 1st gu 4 Ha.1961
J
J
6,000 Donner Steel 1st ref 7s ser AA...1942
A O
1937
18,000 Dul ft Iron Range 1st 5s
J
J
94,000 Dul So Shore ft Atlantic g 5s
1937
a

2 1065* Nov. 2
925* Nov. 13
905* Nov. 8

1065*

1995
*lst 4s assented............1995

Eastern Ry M No DIt 1st g 4s
Eastern Tenn Va ft Ga 1st g 5s
Bd El III Bkn 1st con g 4s

765* Nov. 27

Jan.
Apr.
1 101
June
May 22 112
May 28 101$ Feb.
60
Sept.
Apr.
4 86
50
Mar. 29 77$ Jan.
103$ Feb.
5 107
Aug.
87$ Mar. 26 94$ Sepr

.

♦Detroit ft Mack 1st lien g 4s

207,000 "Eastern Cuba Sugar

835* Nov. 22

Nov. 21
Nov. 15

1095* Nov.

99$ Sale
90 $

1943
MN
1937
3
J
1971
J
J
1960

1995

90

Nov. 27

1115* 1115* Nov. 23 1115* Nov. 23

107

M N

♦Second gold 4s

90

99

Sale Prices

89

108
93

105$

34,000 Denrer Gas ft £11st ft ref 5s....1951
M N
12,000
Stamped as to Pa tax
J
J
1,981,000 ♦Din ft Rio Gr 1st cons g 4s
1934
J
J
259,000
♦Consol gold 4 He
1934
F A
194,000 t»DenT ft R Gr West gen 5s Augl955
842,000
♦Assented (subject to plan).
AO
486,000
♦Ref ft Imp mtge 5s ser B
.1978
{♦Dee Moines ft Ft D 1st gu g 4S..1935
9,000
Certificates of deposit
M 8
3.000 l+Des Plainer Val 1st guar 4Hs ..1947
A O
45,000 Detroit Edison Co 5s Series A. ..1949
32,000
Gen ft ref 5s series B
1955
9,000
Gen ft ref 5s ser C
1962
112,000
Gen ft ref 4Hi series D
1961
30,000
Gen ft ref 5s series B
.....1952
314,000
Gen & ref mtge 4s series F
1965
------

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

106

J

1936

Nov. 27

785* Nov. 14
71
Nov. 13

104

109$ 1105*
102$

104

Container Corp of Am 1st a f g 4s_1946
J D
Deb gold 5s with warr
1943
F A
Copenhagen Telep cxtl s f g 5s.. 1954
J D
Crown Cork ft Seal s f 4s
1947
I
J
Grown Willamette Pap 1st s f g4s 1951
M 8
Crown Zellerbacb deb 4s w w
1940
J D
Cuba Northern Rye 1st 5H*
1942
J
J
Cuba RR 1st 54-yr g 5s
.....1952
lit ft refund 7Hi ieriesA.....-1934
lit lien ft ref 4s series B
1936
dumb T ft T 1st ft gen 5s
1937

1949

95

95
105

Consumers Power 1st lien 5s G..1952 MN

694,000 Del ft Hud 1st ft ref 4s
228,000
Gold 5$i
7,000 Delaware Pr ft Lt-lst M 4$i
f 25,000
1st ft ref 4$i...;
44,000
lit mtge gold 4$a
Del R1t RR ft Bdge 1st g 4s

905*

95

10,000
♦Debenture 4s
1956
J D
246,000 $ ♦Consolidation Goal Md 44-yr 5sl950
304,000
♦Certificates of deposit
j~D
8,000 Consum Gas Chic 1st guar g 5s.. 1936

66,000
374,000
68,000
69,000
44,000
17,000
155,000
160,000
26,000
10,000
29,000

99

1065* Nov.

~9l"

93

J

1945

140,000
Debenture gold 5s.......
1957
62,000 i+<?onsol!dateydRnon-conT db4sl954
6,000
♦Debenture 4s
J&J 1955

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

915* Nov. 15

105

A

84,000 I ♦Colo Fuel ft Iron Co gen s f 5s 1943
*
698,000, J ♦Colo Indus 1st coll tr 5s gu._1934
M N
460,000 Colorado & Southern 4$s set A.1980
1953 M N
641,000 Columbia Gas ft Elec deb 5s
A O
Debenture 5s
....Apr 15
1953
84,000
Debenture 5s..........Jan 15 1941
730,000
16,000 Col ft Hock Valley 1st ext g 4s....1948 A O
1
J
86,000 Columbus Ry P ft L 1st 4H»1957

2,000 Col ft Tol 1st ext 4s.'
1955
133,000 Comm'l In* Trust con* debSHs.1949

Sale

90$

F

1938

conT

89 $

87$

102$ u;

1945

♦tColon Oil

825*

81$

MN

1941
10,000 CIst Short Line 1st gu 4 Ha
158,000 CleT Union Term 1st gu 5$i A..1972
1st s f g 5s series B guar
410,000
1973
1st s I 4$i series G...........1977
385,000

ll",606

Sale,;

105%%X-i

1944
J
1944
J
..1938

CIot ft Pitts gen gu

6,000

100

79
73

Cin W ft M DIt 1st ft 4S
1991
St Louis DIt 1st coll trust g 4s. 1994 MN
M S

Spring ft Col DIt 1st g 4s
W W Val DIt 1st g 4s

100

96

G—......1941
Rif ft Imp 5s series D--....... 1943
Ref ft Impt 4H* series B
.1977
Cairo DIt 1st Bold 4s..........1939

CIst ft Mahon Valley g 5s..

Sale

96$

B............1993

Rif ft Imp 4s series

184,000
677,000
1,000
12,000
10,000
6,000

Ask

Ask

95

83

8

96$ Aug.; 7
96
Aug.
8
4 98
Nov. 19
2 102$ Nov. 27
11 94
July 20
18 97
Mar. 5
Feb. 25 47
Apr. 16
50
Oct. 28
67
Jan. 14
6$ Mar. 12 12$ Jan.
7
5$ Mar. 18
12
Jan.
4

N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1935]
Sales in
Value i

Low

BONDS

November

27

EXCHANGE—BONDS

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

from
1933

1

July 1

Nov. 1

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

4*4 Aug. 13

6

Nov. 30

Not>.30 1935
Ask Bid

Bid

Ask

♦{♦Fonda Johns a Glov ref 4j4«_1952

♦♦(Amended) lit cons2-4a

13,000

38,666

6,5

mn

Proof of claim filed by owner

vr v

10,000 ♦♦Gelsenklrchen Mining 6s......1934
27,000 Gen Amer Investors deb 5s set a.1952
f g 5h»

4
Sale

Sale

30
70

79*4
103*4 103 *4

Gal? Hous & Bend 5*4a a
1938 a
Gannett Co deb 6s series a.....1943 f
Gas Ac elec (Bergen Co) 5s
1949 j

s

9*4

3*4
4
3*4
4
103 %
104*4
103*4 104
104*4 Sale
107 yt 108 *4 107*4 110
3*4
3/4

Fort St u d Co 1st g 4*4*
1941 }"
Ft Worth & Denver City 5 Ha
1961 j d
j
Frameric Ind Ac dev 31-yr 7*4«—1942 j

General Cable 1st

6*4

1982

Proof of claim filed by owner.... MN
♦Certificates of deposit

4,000
43,000 !♦ Francisco Sugar 20-year 7hs..1943

374,000

9*4

;

m

117 *4
57

f

102

a....1947 J

♦General Else (Germany) 7o....l945 j
♦Debenture 4>*a
1940 j

32

33

70*4

97*4

3*4 Nov.

1

103*4 Nov. 7 104*4 Nov. 20
Nov. 26
107*4 Nov. 25 109
Nov. 25
28*4 Nov. 2 33

78*4

76

117*4
60*4

56*4
104
Sale

98*4
t45*4

d

40

45 V"

40

445

37

103

Sale

Nov. 14

Nov.

59
103
101

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

40*4
103*4
85*4
19*4

Nov. 8
Nov. 27
Nov. 19
Nov. 29

Nov.

98

Nov.
4
Nov. 22

37*4
36*4

♦s f deb g 6s
17,000
1948 m n
j
62,000 General Public Service deb 5*4a_1939 j

"56*4 "Nov."
102

j
331,000 Gen Steel Castings 1st 5*4« w w.,1949 j
2,499,000 •{♦Gan Theatres Equip deb 6s.._1940 a o
809,000
Certificates of deposit.
25,000 |*g« & Ala 1st cons 5s....Oct. 1945 J" J
♦{♦Georgia Carolina & Northern—

81 *4

J

15*4

...1946 a

o

a

o

32*L
32*1

J

Extended at 6% to July 1 1934

Georgia Midland 1st 3s

17*000 ♦Good Hope Steel Ac Iron

113,000
749,000
333,000
118,000
408,000

Goodrich ( b f) Co 1st
Convertible deb 6s

sec

.....1945

d

Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber 1st 5s_.1957

m n

.1936 j d
f a
f 6s. 1940
1942 j d

Gotham Silk Hosiery deb 6s

♦{♦Gould Coupler 1st 15-yr
Gr r & i

ex

s

1941 7

1st gu g 4*4a

;

35
—-

15

25

32*4

13

"39""

108

Sale

102

Sale

19

Nov. 29

15

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 22

11

June

18

Feb.

8

June 22

24

Oct. 30
Nov. 20

Jan.
Jan.

2
11

33

Nov. 20

44*4 Feb. 16

34*4 Nov.

108

Nov.
100*4 Nov.

8 108*4
1 103*4
104
Sale
i04
Nov. 30 105*4
99*4 99*4 98*4 Nov. 1 100
50
Sale
34*4 Nov. 1 51*4

101

107

j

Sale

36

Sale

Jan.

32*4 Nov.
90*4 Apr.
54
Mar.
6*4 Mar.
6*4 Mar.

32

32*4
102*4
81*4
14*4

19*4

34

Jan.

86
July
40*4 Jan.

40

5

16
25
18
28

18

Sale

14*4

Y

108 *4 Sale
100*4 Sale
104*4 Sale
9834 Sale

j

1947

4*4«

...

Gouv at Oswegatchle 1st 5s

"3" 000

7s.1945

13

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

1514
15 *4

115*4 Feb.
54
Sept.
99

25

84
May 28
105*4 May 28
117*4 Mar. 7
75
Apr. 27
105
May 23
L01
Nov. 22
50
July 23
50
'Sept. 5
49*4 July 17
L03?4 Nov. 27

Mar.
Jan.

101

103

40

*3*4"Nov.""7

Aug. 12

5
Feb.
3*4 Apr. 29
4
3
July
May 31
101*4 Jan. 23 103*4 Oct.
106*4 June
103*4 Nov.
106
Mar. 23 110*4 Jan.
23
Feb.
46*4 May

Nov.

7
2

Nov. 12
Nov. 20
Nov.

107*4

Nov.""7

Nov. 25

107 *4 "Nov.*29

21

19*4 Nov. 29
Nov. 29

19

46

3
107*4 Aug. 24 109*4 Jan.
92*4 Mar. 15 103*4 Nov. 12

Apr.

1

100*4

107*4

33

Jan.

94

_

17
101

Mar.

30 106

7

Nov.
1
Mar. 26 100
Mar. 29 51*4 Nov. 25
Mar. 13

Mar. 13 101

104*4 Feb.

7 108*4 June 29

Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—

86,000

30,666
48,000

4,217,000
271,000
407,000
519,000
533,000

1,143,000

103*4 Sale

15-yer deb g s f 6s guar
....1936 m s
Grays Point Term 1st gu g 5s ...1947
Gt Cons el Pow (Japan) 7s......1944

80

92*4
90*12
100 *4
104

1st & refund 4Ha Ser a

1961

Gen mtge 5 ha Ser b..........1952
Gen mtge 5s Ser c
1973
Gen 4hs

Series d._._

Sale

1976

36.666

Sale

91*4
45*4
6*4
106*4

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4s... ...1940 mn
Gulf Mob a: Nor 1st 5*5* ser b...i950 a o

Feb
Feb

a
1st mtge gold 5s series c
1950
Gulf Ac Ship Island ref 5a—Feb 1952 j

Sale

92

39,000

129,000 Gulf States Steel deb 5*4a

Sale

o

80

Sale

j

55

1942

Yd

100

Houst Ac Tex c 1st g 5s int gu
Hous Belt Ac Ter 1st 5s.

.

....1937 j
...1937 j

j

324,000
435,000
17,000
470,000
507,000
44,000
130,000
: .

Illinois Bell Telep 1st Ac ref 5s

.

2,000

T.660
277",000
874,000
5,000

315,000
16,000
.

89,000
1,594,000
13,000
8,000

8,000
5,000

29,000

s

104*4
103*4
97*4

1940 mn

Houston Oil sink fund 5^1 a
Hudson Coal 1st

55

j

a

Sale

103*4 104
85
83
84

f 5s series a--1962 j d
1949 mn

40

118*4
82*4
29*4

Gas 1st 5s

Hudson Ac Manhat 1st Ac ref 5s a.1957 f
♦Adjust Income 5s
.Feb 1957 a

a

o

a.1956 j d

.......1951

j

103 *4

Sale

84

84

79

Sale

68
Sale

j

r

j

J

103*4 Sept.
86*4 Jan.

8*

Sale

Nov.

Vk&
82

Nov. 30

96

Mar.

Nov. 26

75

Mar.

Nov. 27

69
63

1

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Mar.

Nov. 23

Nov."!

53*4 May

Nov.

Nov. 19

2

103*4 Nov. 27
106*4
37*4
37*4
116*4
31*4
14*4
65

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20
21
12
Nov. 20

60

Oct.

25
25

Jan.
5
Oct. 29
Nov. 27

3

Jan.

Apr.

Nov.

Mar. 12

Oct.

Mar.

6

27

Jan.

Feb.

30

Nov.

Nov. 21

13

Feb.

Mar. 15
Jan.

54*4 Oct.
104*4 Mar.

11

June 19

Jan.

Nov. 19

Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

July |29

Nov.

Mar.

104

Nov.

76*4

Nov.

a*

Nov.

68*4

68

79

Feb.

Nov.

83

Nov.

80

Nov. 25

Nov.

98

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

59*4 Nov. 29

102

Nov,

&

102

88

68*4
75*4

j

82*4

8

Nov. 14
Nov.

4

Nov.

7

Nov.

6

82

98*4

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

88
68

100*4

86

Nov.

57

8

74*4 Apr. 23
Oct.

89

Nov. 14

87*4Nov."30

75*
94*

Jan.

Jan.
Nov. 4
Nov. 29
Aug. 17
Feb.

2

Oct.

14
10

85

Oct.

25

52

Mar. 30
1
Apr.

4

1

16

23
21

16
23
26
8
2

30
10

Jan.

63*
10 102*

97*4 July
85

Jan.

Jan.

42*4 Mar. 31
98*4
80*4
86*4
65*4

Jan.

83*
86*
71

8 101

78

"§6""

68

Nov. 30

67*4 Nov. 27

74

Nov.

77

1
June
Nov. 14

66

Sale

97*4

99*4 Mar.
67

6

111*4 Jan.
102*4 Nov.
106*4 May
103
July
102
Apr.

Nov.

102*4 Nov.
103
Apr.

Nov. 29
Nov.

Feb.

25*4 May

Nov. 29

Sale

81

j
j

June 15

85

j

a

Nov. 19

35

a

f

Nov. 23

Nov. 14

f

j

Nov. 26

Jan.

j

j

Nov. 30
Nov. 27

101

j

87

22

Nov. 21 104*4 Nov. 14
Nov. 1 100*4 Nov. 19
Nov. 29
Nov. 1 43
Nov.* 4 119*4 Nov. 20
Nov. 16
83*4 Nov. 7
Nov.
1
31*4 Nov. 29

Sale

52 U Sale
102

§0*4

10

Oct.

Nov. 20

87*4 Oct.

Apr. 16 82
66*4 Jan.
5 66*4
49*2 June 20 56*4
90
Apr. 13 103*4

112*|

22

June 13

June 15

2

50

4 105*4
26*4
8
27

Jan.

July

93*4
102*4
107*4
105*4
101*4
94*4
93*4
38*4

Apr.

Apr.
62*4 Apr.
38*4 June
3*4 Jan.

Nov. 23

l02-"Nov""§ I62" "Nov."'8

76*4
94*4

97

Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 20

80

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

L91Vi
90

June

Nov. 20 105*4 Nov.
105*4 104
2
Sale
102*4 Nov. 21 102*4 Nov. 21
103*4 Nov. 15 103*4 Nov. 15

Sale

Cairo Bridge gold 4s—....

1
7
4

99

Purchased lines 1st

Litchfield Dlv 1st g 3s

Nov.
Nov.

87

80*4 Nov.
77*4 Nov.

58*4
58*4
102*4 102*4 100

105*4 Sale

3*4a—1952 j• j
Coll tr g 4s
1953 mn
Refunding 5s..........—....1955 mn
j
15-year secured 6Hs......—1934 j
40-year 4ms
1964 f a

Nov, 27
Nov, 30

mm

J

Refunding 4s_..—.1955 mn

1951
Loulsv Div Ac Ter g &h»
1953
Omaha Dlv 1st g 3s.... ......1951
St Lou Dlv Ac Term g 3s ......1951
Gold 3ks
1951
Springf Div 1st g 3h*
1951
Western Lines 1st g 4s
1951

■

106*4 107*4 106*4
26*4
37*4 40*4 42
38*4 36*4
37*4
Il6*4 116*4 116*4 115
30
33*4
14*4 "43*4
14*4
72
65
60
60*4
105
106
104*4 103*4
103*4
Sale
100
97*4
Sale
Sale
42*4 Sale
39*4
119*4 Sale
118*4
Sale
79
80
Sale
29
Sale
31*4 Sale

1st gold 3hs
1951 j J
Extended 1st g 3h>—1951 A O
1st gold 3s sterling...........1951 m 8
Collateral trust gold 4s.......1953 a o

2 104

90

92

1 102*4
102*4 Sale
100*4 Nov,
103*4 Nov. 13 107*4
107*4 Sale
105
1 105*4
105*4 102*4 Nov.
Sale
1 101*4
101
97
Nov.
Sale
93
91*4 Nov. 14 94*4
Sale
93
91*4 Nov,
93*4
44*4
8
8*4
7*4 Nov. 6

3ha series b....1970 a o

Illinois Central 1st g 4s.

103*4 Nov.

"8334

107

6,000 ♦Hoe (r) Ac Co 1st mtge
.....1944
1,000 ♦Holland Amer l 6s (jlat)
1947 m n
41,000 t♦Housetonic rr con g 5s......1937 mn

1st Ac ref mtge

"7*4

87

6,000 Hackensack Water 1st 4s....
1952
11,000 ♦Hansa s s Lines 6s with warr...l939
9,000 ♦Harpen Mining 6s
1949
51,000 Hock Val 1st coe g 414s........1999

Hudson County

Sale

55

Stamped..

29", 000

91

Sale

97

Gen 4Hs series e-...1977
♦Green Bay 8c West deb ctfs a..
♦Income debenture ctfs b

83,000

Sale

102*4

1st & gen s f g 6 Vis............ 1950
1936

Gt Nor—Gen 7s Series a

Sale

88
92

9
14

Jan.

8

Jan.

July
2
Aug. 20
Apr. 18
20

77
76

Feb.

Jan.

7

73*4

Jan.

8

July
3
87*4 Feb. 13
98*4 Oct. 24
89*4 Aug. 5

111 Cent Ac Chic St l Ac n o—

0*4 Sale
68*4 Sale
6*4 Sale
64*4 Sale
7*4 108*4 107*4 110
3*4
34
32*4 33

Joint 1st Ac ref 6s ser a
—1963
970,000
510,000
4*4s series c
.....1963
24,000 Illinois Steel deben 4 H'
1940
14,000 ♦Ilseder Steel Corp Mtge 6s
1948
Ind Bloomlngton Ac w 1st 4s
1940

lT.666

2

58
Nov. 13
69*4 Nov. 29
54*4 Nov. 15 64*4 Nov. 29
107*4 Nov. 2 108*4 Nov. 4
Nov.
4
32*4 Nov. 20 34

102
98

1950

5

98

40,000 {♦Indlanapol Ac Loulsv 1st gu 4sl956
Ind Union gen ac ref 5s a
1965
Gen ac ref guar 5s ser b
1965
202,000 Inland Steel 1st m s 1 g 4*4> a... 1978
1st m s f 414s ser B—
443,000
.....1981

5

Sale

16

19

6

107

106

107

6*4
6*4
5*4

Sale
Sale

106*4
103*4 Sale" 103*4 Nov,
103
Nov.
103*4 Sale

1,096,000 {Interboro r t 1st Ac ref 5f.....l966

1

Sale

169,000
657,000
64,000
284,000
167,000

303,000

Ind iii Ac la 1st gold 4s

♦Certificates of deposit...

89*4

1932

♦♦10-year 6% notes

a

o

♦♦10-year 7% notes-..

—1932

MS

♦Certificates of deposit.........
Interlake Iron 1st 5s ser b
1951 mn

Sale
Sale

94*4 Sale
76

Sale

99

Sale

99*4 Nov. 19
19
Nov. 18

88

Nov.

88

87

Nov

65/

Sale

65

Nov.

91*4
90*4
85*4

11 106*4 Aug. 20
7 107
Sept. 23

Feb,

106

Mar.

1

103*4

Nov. 27 107*4 July

Nov.

6

103

Nov. 29 106*4 July

92; V Nov.
Nov.
90

2

106*4 Nov.
106

Nov.

62

62*4
93

7 109
Sept. 17
32*4 Nov. 20 43*4 Feb. 18
June 29
June 29 104
104
Oct. 19 100*4 Sept. 17
95
19
Nov. 18
July 26
Jan.

104

Sale

Sale

97

95*4 Nov. 20
15
Nov.
1

89

Sale

74
71

♦Certificates of deposit........

95*4

49

106

Sale

90*4 Nov.
90*4 Nov.

Sale

76

Nov.

Nov.

73
97

Nov.

94

Nov.

86

Nov. 20

81*4 Jan. 15
July 16
Apr. 29
Apr. 30

n*

Nov.

11
6
94*4 Sept. 11
92*4 Sept.10
Sept. 11
Sept. 11

ii*

Jan.

3

97

Nov.

1

Jan.

2

94

May

6

Jan.

82
72

2

86

Nov. 20

Int Agrl

151,000

352,000

Corp 1st ac coil tr 5s—
Stamped extended to
1942 m n
conv deb 5s
......1948 u n
....

Int Cement

104*4

Sale

97*4
103*4

Nov.
99*4 99
103*4 Nov,
Sale

8
3 100*4 Nov.
91*4 Jan.
97*4 Mar. 19 104*4 July 10

100*4 Nov.
104*4 Nov,

im

942,000 {♦Internat Gt Nor 1st 6s a
1952
♦AdJ mtge 6s series a.July 1 1952
555,000
♦1st mtge gold 5s series b
—1956
470,000
♦1st gold 5s series c..
1956
277,000
819,000 Internat Hydro el deb 6s.......1944
1941
92,000 Int Merc Marine 1st s f 6s
1947
894,000 Itltern Paper conv 5s series a
Refunding 6s series a
1955
686,000
31,000 let Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s b...1972
1st coll trust 6s gold notes....1941
7,000
First Ilea ac ref 6*s
.1047
7,000
804,000 Internat t ac t deb g 4*4i—1952
Convertible debenture 4)4*-—1939
1,298,000
Deb gold 5s
1955
1,270,000
59,000 Investors Equity 5s series a.....1947
Deb 5s ser b with warrants
1948
28,000
Without warrants....
..1948
22,000

j

j




■a

**

Sale

41*4 Sale
10*4 Sale

33*4 Nov.
Nov.

41*4 Nov. 30
10*4 Nov. 30

Nov.

40

Nov. 30

Nov.

40

Nov. 30

34

Sale

40

Sale

7
33

34

Sale

40

Sale

33

Sale

42*4 Nov.

7*4

...

For footnotes, see page 33.

36

a

Sale

47

67

Sale

83

Sale

59*4

Sale

68*4 Sale
91*4
91*4
70*4 Sale

80

Sale

76*4

4234

a
j
m
m n
m n

f

8*4

a

79*4
77*4
67*4
78*4
72*4
100*4
100*4
101*4

85

83

80

78

80
87
79

Sale

72*4 Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
102
Sale

n*

Sale

Nov.

70

83

Nov.

94*4 Nov. 20

59*4
76*4
79*4
77*4
67*4
78*4
71*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
9934 100*4 100
Sale
100*4 Nov.
100*4 Nov.
100*4 101

101

48*4 Nov. 20

66

Nov. 18

41

Nov. 30

11

Jan.

Mar. 25
Mar. 27
28*4 Mar. 18
46*4 June 10
3
58
Apr.

40

Nov. 30

40

Nov. 30

56*4

Jan.

23
23

HX

Nov. 20

35*4 Apr.

80

Nov.

1

70

Jan.

3

84

Nov.

9

74*4 Jan.

14

Nov.

8

68

78*4
72*4
83*4
75*4
100*4
101*4
101*4

•

25*4 Mar. 21
4*4 Apr. 17

4

May 17

4

9

Oct. 10
94*4 Nov. 20

72

U*
83

85*4
81*4
72*4
83*4
76*4

Nov. 20

Aug. 30
Aug. 21
Jan.

30

Nov. 25

Mar. 19

Nov. 29

Mar. 18

Nov. 25

55*4 Mar. 19

Nov.

2

99

Jan.

2 104

Nov.

6

99

Jan.

Nov;

4

99

3 103*4 May 15
3 103*4 July 19

/

Jan.

Aug. 19
Nov. 29

Aug. 17

Apr.

27

28

EXCHANGE—BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

BONDS

November
Value

M. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

1933

July 1

Nov.

S

K

4

1959 J

D

664

814

91,000

Jamea Franklin & Clearf lat 4a

"¥, 666

Kal Alleghan & O R lat gu * 5a_.1938 J
Kanawha & Mich lat gu g 4a
1990 A
{♦K C Ft 8 Jt M r«f g 4a
1936 A

__

814

Sale

Sale Prices

102

105

28

334
294
1114

364
Sale
314 35
113
Sale

67
58

8*

J
J

.1943
1943

13

1943

'964 1014

23

68

J

J

:

103
118
66

"2,660

4,000 Kings Co Lighting lat ref 5a
1954
1,000
lat Ac ref 64s
1954
7,000 Kinney (G R) Co cony 74s
1936
101,000 Kresge Foundation coll trust 4s_ 1945
{♦Kreuger & Toll class A
175,000
Certs of dep for aec 5a
....1959

J

J

J

D

J

J

Collateral trust 6s series B

J
D

J

150

72

744
744
754 Sale
75

104

100

Sale

A

A
A

Sale

88

Sale

824
354

85

80

81

Sale

104

964
704
674

314

Lah Vail Harbor Term 1st 5a....1954 F
Leh V (N Y) 1st gu g 4,4 a
1940 J

1004
1044 1054
63 4
~62_
644
964 100
69 4
71
724
674
694 654
Sale
65 4
674
97 4
96
984

92

....1964 F
First At ref sinking fund 5s
1974 F
Secured 6% gold notes.......1938 J

32
73
79

J

1614

73

Sale

"584

33

68

754

......2003 MN
...2003 MN

IP
III1

364 Sale
39
Sale
404 Sale
454 Sale
444 Sale
1034 1044 1054

894®

Gen conaol 5a
2003 M N
Leh Vail Ter Ry lat gu g 5a.....1941 A O
Lex At Bast 1st gu 5s
1965 A O

Nov.

Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.

2
6

Nov. 30

Nov. 15

Nov.'29 I074NOV.14
Nov. 15 151

114

—~

1144

Nov. 29

1014 Nov. 22 1024 Nov. 29
1144 Nov. 7 1144 Nov. 7
118

Nov.

4 118

Nov.

4

1034 Nov. 23 1034 Nov. 9
9 1134 Nov. 25

1104 Nov.
33

Nov. 15

35

Nov.

6

8 101
3 103

Jan.

294 May 10 41
28
May 14 394
1104 Oct.
2 114
614 Oct. 16 784
52
Oct. 15
744
1054 Oct.
3 109
1004 Jan.
2 1054
4
9

45

254 Apr.

8

38

Oct.

24

31

32

Jan.
Jan.

23

674 Feb. 25

1344

Sale

133

122

117
103

Sale

120

.

Little Miami gen 4a series A

fob",000

•

77,000
10,000
47,000
97,000
178,000
22,000
225,000
290,000
59.000
30,000
5,000
253,000
139,000
129,000
312,000
3,000
6,000
17,000
3,000
30,000
71,000

1962 M N
1941 A O

Nov.

874
784
304
334
384
1044
1144

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2 107

Nov.

Long Island gen g 4a

....

Unified gold 4a

§14
76

1952 A O
1938 J D

Loew's Inc deb a f g 6a...
Lombard Elec 7a series A

38

22

934 Nov.
824 Nov.

6
4

12

38

6

13
13

404 Nov. 29
454 Nov. 29

26

8 106

Nov.

Nov. 19

6 1144 Nov.

6

1949 M

20-year deb 5a

1937
Guar ref gold 4a
1949
LortUard (P) Co deb fa.......... 1944
8s
1951

1104 Nov*

Unified gold 4a..

.....1940 J

J

A

nH
it*

8

644

.

i94i A O

Paducah At Mem Dlr 4a....
St Louie Dlr 2d gold 3a

1946 F

Il980
11945

Mob At Montg lat g 44s

South Ry Joint Monon 4a
Atl Knox At Cln dlr g 4a

M

92

M S

J
1952 J
1955 MN

♦Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec 6
4a 1944 F

564
80

A

444

{♦♦McCrory Stores deb gold 54s.l941
Proof of claim filed by owner
J D
108,000
460,000 McKesson Ac Robblna deb 54a ..1950 M N
3,000 ♦{♦Monatl Sugar lat a f 74t-.I_Il942 A 0
♦Certificates of deposit
3,000
♦♦Stamped Oct 1931 coupon on 1942 AO

lb", 660

::£■■■■

^

64

♦Certificates of deposit

11IIII.

{♦Man G B Ac NW lat gu 34s

"IIl941

J

■iS

a f g 6s
1947 A 0
Market Street Ry 1st 7a
Apr 1940 Q J
Mead Corp 6s with warrants
1945 MN

66

95

804

Sale

88

92

99

Sale

49

534

2

29

57
56

Nov. 19
Nov. 19 106
Nov. 12 1074 Nov.
1
Nov. 18
Nov. 13 107

Nov.
Nov.

1 1074
1 1024
Nov. 16 107
Nov. 22 1044
Nov. 25 76
Nov. 19 1104
Nov. 2 804
Nov. 18 1064

Nov. 21
Nov. 23
Nov. 27

Nov.

7

Nov. 22

Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Nov. 21

Nov. 14

22

Nov. 14

Sale

"l9"""No"v;i3
224 Nov. 29

68

774 Nov.

714
61

65

94

97
Sale
Sale

90

61

35

103

90

944 Nov.

6

374 June 25

874 Nov. 26 104
Jan.
3
Jan.
7
784 Nov. 22 99
304 Mar. 27 504 Jan.
8
33
May
9 544 Jan.
8
Jan.
8
384 Nov. 13 60
1024 Sept. 16 1074 July 13
Mar.
6
1134 Jan.
4 117

130

16 136

Jan.

Nov. 20

1154 Jan.

Nov. 27

Nov. 26 73
60
Nov. 26
Nov. 22 a91

Apr. 10 104

Feb. 20
Oct. 11 105
Oct. 30 1044 Sept. 6
Nov. 6 1054 Aug. 20
Mar. 28 1324 Aug. 20
Jan.
7 1194 Nov. 15
58
Mar.
3
804 Nov. 23
July 30
1074 Jan.
2 114
102
Jan. 14 107
Aug. 12

1004
974
1254
1124

106

Nov. 19

1044
1034
1034
984
1064

Jan.

102
744

1084
77

1044
844

.

13

35

84 Jan. 24
84 Feb.
5

34

Mar. 27

12

2

47

1

374 Apr.

Nov. 12

61

Nov. 12

4

8
24
Feb. 25
Jan.
4
July

Jan.

14 1124 Nov. 29
Nov.
1
2 103

Feb.

2

734 Nov. 26

Mar.

11

Nov.

Nov. 26

Feb. 21
Apr.
4
Sept. 10

814 Jan.
934 Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 22

1074 June 12
July 29
Jan. 10
Nov. 21

4 1084
Apr.
1 1074
Mar. 14 1074
Mar 30 104
Jan. 11 109
Jan.
8 105
Jan.
2
834
Apr.
2 111
86
Mar. 27
Oct. 21 108
Sept. 30 99

94 Jan. 12
74 Feb. 11
50
Apr. 17

814
934
100
43

Sale

484

Nov.
914 Nov. 8 95
Nov. 13
844 Nov.
894 Nov. 14 934 Nov.
984 Nov. 2 1004 Nov.
44
54
Nov.
Nov. 25

79

Mar. 18

16

June 21

90
68
61

Apr. 24
Oct.

4
35

—V

29

2

27

714 Jan.

25
30
18

55

6

Nov. 18 1064 Nov. 8
Nov. 9 1084 Nov. 27
Nov. 15
Nov.
1 101
Nov. 4
164 Nov. 2
2
Nov. 26
Nov. 26

80

90

1024 1044 1034 1044
96
974
964 Sale
69
694
73 4
71
1014 Sale
1004 Sale l024 Sale
100
101
1024 Sale

63

k

3

32

May 27
May 27
May 17

214 May 14
304 May 17
35
May 27
784 Sept. 11
754 Sept. 11
65
Sept. 11
98

Mar.

9

804 Sept. 23
Mar. 4

70

1024 Jan.
954 Jan,
96

102 4

Nov: "2 1044 Nov ."M

964
694
1014
1004
1004

Nov. 22
974 Nov. 7
Nov. 25 704 Nov. 6
Nov.
1 1014 Nov.
1
Nov. 19
Nov.
1 103
Nov. 26
Nov. 4 103

June

94 Jan.
2

1004
834
1004
934
664
1014
774
764

Aug. «8
844 Nov. 25
94
Oct.
1
2 1004 Nov. 18
Mar. 26
18 98

2

95

Mar. 13
Feb. 27

794 Jan.
414 Oct.

29

1034 1034 1034 1024 Nov. 15 1034 Nov. 16

81

1

Sept. 28
June 26
July
3
Aug. 22
Aug. 14

444

£

90

6

1 1014 Nov. 15

Nov. 13

1064 1064 108
1084 1054
1074 ' Sale 1054 1064 1074
100
Sale
101
Sale
994
16
17
124
15
154

614

2 1084 Aug.
4 1084 Nov.
4 1014 Jan.
15 174 May

Nov. 26

2

29

33

Oct.

Mar. 26 1044
Aug.
2 904
Jan.
2 1054
Jan.
3 994
Apr. 22 80
Nov.
1 1034
Jan.
2 103
Jan.
2 103

12
27
24
18

Nov. 26

Apr.

8

Mar. 2
Jan.
8
Aug. 14
Feb. 20
Jan. 11
Feb.
8
Nov. 19
Nov. 26

624

"75" "754 "754 "85" '75" "Nov." "8 "754 N"ov."29

58
MS

.

J

{♦Minn Ac St Louis 5a ctfa.......1934 MN
♦.tat Ac refund gold 4s.......
27,000
1949 M 8
♦
Ref At ext series 5a A........1962 Q F
1,000

564
304
604

4
1

1

614

Sale

56

60

57

35
55

Sale

334

374

304 Nov. 13

55

70

70

54

4

For footnotes, see page 33.




vO

70

6

184 "Nov ."26

654
654
52
55
944 a91
75
734

444

934
834

Nov.

"

14

..1939

{♦Mllw At State Line lat guar 34a 1941 J

22

9

33",660

Vr-/.•

92

29

...

*'

50
60

Nov.

Nov. 4 1124 Nov. 29
Nov.
1
1024 Nov. 15 103
194 Nov. 7 224 Nov. 29

'

.1951 M S
1952 M N

.......

61

77
67
74

Ref Ac Imp 44s series C
J
1979 J
33,000
33,000 Midland of N J lat ext 5s
1940 A 0
52,000 Mldrale St At Ord cony a f 5s
1936 M 8
264,000 Mllw EIRy At Lt lat At ref 5a aer B1961 J D
lat mtge gold 5a
J
194,000
.1971 J
•{♦Mil & Nor lat ext 44« (1880).. 1934 J D
1st ext 44s

714

47

♦Miag Mill Mach lat a f g 7a
1956 j"d
Michigan Central-Detroit At Bay
j
City Air Line 4s
31,000
1940 j

12",660

504

..

414

73,000 Metropolitan Edison latAtref 5sC_1953 J J
1st g 44s aerlea D
90,000
1955 M 8
68,000 Met Water, Sewer At Drain 54a..1950 A O
3,000 ♦{♦Met West Side Eler (Chic) 4a. 1938 F A
5,000 ♦Mex Internet 1st 4s asstd
1977

Con ext 44s
2,000
.^....1939
113,000 {♦Mil Spar At N W lat gu 4a
1947

64

Sale
934
75

41
V

A.. 1957 A O

Jack L At S gold 34a
lat gold 34a.....

68

Sale

58 4
91

51
50

Marlon Steam Shovel

m

Sale

70

494

D

Meridional Electric 1st 7a

254

82

J

Mfra Trust Co ctfa of partlc in
A I Namm & Son 1st 6a
...1943 J

29"

74

35
35
27

♦Id 4s
16,000
..2013 J D
6,000 Manila El Ry At Lt lat 5s
1953 M 8
3,000 Manila RR South Lines lat 4a
1939 M N
1st ext 4s
3,000
1959 MN

4 103

107

~I§
294

204

74

"20
20

"204

4

♦Certificates of deposit.
659,000 {♦Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4a__ 1990 AO
♦Certificates of deposit.........
527,000

Nov.

54

.....

4

♦♦Flat stamped modified

45,660

74

'

23",000

29,000
106,000
49,000
247,000
54,000

-

106

Nov. 29

6 1004 Nov. 23
6 1304 Nov. 16
118
Nov. 14 1194 Nov. 15
734 Nov. 8 804 Nov. 23
Nov. 22
1114 Nov. 12 113

103

1064 107
1124 Sale
1024 Sale
1024 Sale
24
204
254 20
20
29
204
20
204

464
53
9

.

105

Nov.

1004 Nov.
974 Nov.
1294 Nov.

1054 106
107
1074 Sale
1054 1064 1054
107
Sale
1054
101
Sale
1004
1024 Sale
1074 1064 107
1064
1044 104
1044 104
75
784
764
77
754
110
110
111
1104 111
79
794 80
804
794
106
Sale
105
1054 Sale
834
91
854
91

81

54a sorted A.
..2003 (A 0
lat At ref 5s aeries B.......
2003 A O
lat At ref 44s uerlea C
2003 A O
5a

1044 Nov. 15 1064 Nov. 26

107

38

1074 Sale
1054 Sale
1054 Sale

884

lat Ac ref

Gold

Sale

106

v

Mar.

100

Nov.'i

105

86

100

Feb. 21
Jan.
7

101 -J

12 105

104

A

4

Mar. 28

1054 Nov. 12 1054 Nov. 20

Sale
1044 1044
40
Sale
Sale
1044 1054 1054 1054
1014 Sale 1024
1004 Sale
1004
100
Sale
994 Sale
130
Sale
1294 1304
1184 120
1174 1194
794 Sale
744 Sale
112
Sale
1114 1124

l8*

A O

F

Louisiana At Ark 1st 5a aeries A.-1969 J
J
Loutav Gas At El lat Ac ref 5a
1952 MN
lou At Jeff Bridge gu g 4a
1945 M 8
Louiar At Nashr gold 5a
1937 MN

3

Jan.

11 1234 July 29
Apr. 10
Feb. 27
1034 Aug. 20 106
38
Nov. 29
80 4 Feb.
5
104
Oct. 23 1064 July 30

754

8

3
9

9 1134 Nov. 25

2

264 Jan.

104

P-

S

M N

M

Nov. 20
1334 1334 Nov. 8 136
Nov. 25 1234 Nov. 15
1214 120

494

984
874
924

42

July
July
Jan.

2

106

1054
1044

2

1014 Jan.
2 1034 Mar. 6
3
1044 Jan. 30 1074 Aug.
77
Apr.
2 954 Aug. 12
95
Jan.
4 1014 July 19
99
Apr. 20 1024 Oct.
3
1064 Nov. 29 1084 Jan. 28
Oct. 11
1454 Jan. 18 155
June 22
94
Jan. 12 103
110
Jan. 29 1144 Oct. 15
May
6
1174 Sept. 27 122
June 28
1004 Jan.
7 105

'

57,000 Liggett At Myers Tobacco 7a
1944 A O
F A
159,000
8a
....1951

14 Mar.

834 Feb. 23

1054 June
5 1094 Jan. 17
974 Jan.
3 1024 Nov. 20
1014 Nov. 6 1024 Nov. 20
Nov. 8
734 Nov. 6 77
594 Mar. 21 81 ■* July 19
59
Mar. 26 80
July 18
734 Nov. 6 754 Nov. 8
74
Nov. 2
714 Oct. 21 754 Nov. 25
754 Nov. 25
75
Nov. 23
754 Nov. 23
75
Nov. 23
754 Nov. 23
Nov. 19 1014 Mar. 8 1034 Aug. 27
1014 Nov. 6 103
85
99
Nov. 29 99
May 10 1004 July 30
Nov. 29
Nov. 4
974 Jan.
2 1024 July 11
974 Nov. 29 100
7
Mar.
5
214 Oct.
8
21
Nov.
8
174 Nov. 26
994 Nov. 30 1064 July 30
Nov.
6
994 Nov. 30 103
Feb. 28
1004 Nov. 26 106
1004 Nov. 26 1034 Nov. 7
Oct. 31 1054 Nov. 16
1044 Nov. 13 1054 Nov. 16 104
55
Oct. 23
734 Jan. 23
Nov. 25
614 Nov. 6 65
8
874 Apr. 24 974 Feb.
964 Nov. 9 964 Nov. 9
Feb. 25
55
June
5 80
67
Nov. 20
724 Nov. 9
72
Jan. 10
51
June 11
664 Nov. 20 694 Nov. 7
52
May 21 734 Jan. 15
664 Nov. 18 684 Nov. 7
914 June 17 974 Nov. 27
954 Nov. 2 974 Nov. 27
107

Sale

103
99

150

344 Sale

954

A

J

152

108

?4.

It*

........1954 F

Leh Val (Pa) gen con g 4a
Gen cons 44a_.

155

1004 1024 1024 Sale
99
99
1004
994
99
Sale
974 Sale
184 Sale
184 Sale

80
104

......

914 Nov. .1

74

774

lat Ac refunding 5a
lat Ac refunding 5s

934

74

44

J
Lehigh Coal At Nay 4)6* aer A...1954 J
Cons alnk fund 44> aer C
J
1954 J
Lehigh & New Eng RR 4s A
1965 A O

Lehigh Ac N Y lat gu g 4a.......1945 M S
Lehigh Valley Coal 5a
1944 F A

934

284 Nov. 29
944 Nov. 6

1014 1024 1014

79

1997 J
1954 J

35

7

1064 1074 1064

334 Sale

77
61

J

Mar. 15

26

7

1024 1024 Sale
1134 1144 1134 1144
1174 119
1174 118
105
1034 1054 103
112
Sale

90

A

Nov. 27
Nov. 1
Nov. 12

25-

102

ir
n*

1942 F

2nd gold 5s
Lake Shore Ac Mich Sou g 34s
♦Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd 6a

Nov. 29

324 Nov.

109"

107

1937 J
1941 J

Lake fc St W 1st gold »s

Nov. 12
Nov. 25

40

150

104

32,000 Lackaw Steel lat cons 5s aer A..1950 M 8
170,000 Laclede Cas Lt ref ext 5s_.
1939 A O
Coll Ac ref 5Hs series C
177,000
1953 F A
Col Sc ret g 5 Ha aer D
83,000
1960 F A
Coll tr 6s series A
12,000
1942 F A

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 25

34
36

1074

1004
1054
774
1104

J

J

50
30
38

544
1064
1034
404

36

1 1124
9
694
14 64
2 1074
6 1044
2 42

100

93

Kings Co E L Ac Pow gold 5s...
1937 A O
6,000
Purchase money 6a
.....1997 A O
90,000 Kings Co Elerated lat g 4a
.1949 F A

,

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov.

I624

1034 1024 1034 1024 Nov. 19 1034
1064 Nov. 6 1064
1064 106
89
Nov. 26
91
91
Sale
884
91
994 Nov. 15 994
954
994
98i
1004

so

J

65

9

Nov. 15

1114 Nov.

62

40

914

73

J

97

Nov ."15

103
106

80

J

Nov. 'i
384 Nov. 25

30

Sale

Sale

33

44

S

74

314 Nov.

694 Sale

31

1946 MS

824 Nov. 29

102

Sale

Sale

107
1064 107
104
1044 Sale
38
404 414
23
31
274

844
704
134

;

804 Nov. 22

824

101

96

4 June 25

14 Nov. 25

994 June

70

1960 J

32,000 Kendall Co 543 series A
.....1948 M
3,000 Kentucky Central lat gu 4a
1987 J
3,000 Kentucky & Ind Term 1st 4^s..l961 J
7,000
Stamped.....................1961 J

:

Sale Prices

4 Nov. 21

14 Sale

99

Kansas Gas & El lat mtge 44s_.1980 J D
♦Karatadt (R) Inc 1st Mttfe 6s
1943 MN

♦Ctfs w w stpd (par $645)
14",000 ♦Ctfs w w stpd (par $925)
21,000
♦With warrants (par $925)
121,000 Keith Corp (B F) lat aer g 6a

.

J

April 1950 J

Ref & Imp 5s
Kan City Tarm lat 4a

14

O
O

♦Ctfa of dep (Bankers Trust)
Kansas City Pow & Lt 1st M 443-1961 FA
Kan City South lat ft 3s
1950 A 0

3.000

Highest

*

1951 M

♦lit 8c ft 4a

43,000
1,000
38,000
1,478,000
73,000
64,000
14,000
22,000
5,000
24,000
42,000
11,000
25,000
72,000
27,000
931,000
587,000
276,000
8,000
3,000

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

{Iowa Central Ry—

415,000
126,000
51,000
253,000
555,000
167,000
141,000
10,000

1

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

1

2Vb© .30 1935

*
112,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

Tuersi Period

t-1

1

1
•

64
24

1H

54 Sale
14
24
24
5

Nov. 22

614 Nov.
36

"44~Nov.~27
14 Nov. 20
14 Nov. 19

1

Nov. 22

54 Nov. 22
2
*

Nov. 25

14 Nov. 19

58

June

564
304
644
44
4

June
8
Nov. 13
June 29
Aug. 14

1

6

June 26
Aug.
7

Sept.26
654 Mar. 18
77

Jan. 24
644 June 29
84 Jan.
3
24 Jan. 15
14 Feb. 13

53

Sales in
November
Value

BONDS

Inter st Period

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Nov. 1

St

P

ft

S

8

lat Chic Tarnt

,'29.665

t^Mlaaouri-IIUnola

915,000
1,301,000
372,000
561,000
1,124,000
376,000
59,000
1,484,000
1,784,000
124,000
471,000
30,000
979,000
396,000
17,000
1,361,000
98,000
4,000
*■

■

mm

—

mm

mm

—

M

ft

Cant

J

J
J

J

J

M

aar:A.,.1959

♦lat Be refund 5a aarlaa A.....1965 F

I.............1981

if

30% Nov. 29

26% Apr. 2€
19% Mar. 1£

31

40% Nov. 30

31

18% Mar. 23
15% Oct. 31
67% Mar. 28

30% Nov. 29
42% July
1
27% Sept. 27
26
Sept. 11
85% Aug. 2

Nov.
Nov. 16

19

36% Nov. 30

16% Nov.

78% Nov. 22

80

30

21% Sale
78% Sale

24% Nov. 27
21% Nov. 30

34% Nov. 12

Nov.

4

Apr.

:

1945
.....

J

J

55
47

Sale

Sale

43% Nov.
41% Nov.
42% Nov.
18% Nov.

4
2
1
1

57
Nov. 22
49% Nov. 25
51% Nov. 23
33% Nov. 25

31%
27%
28%
11%

73

Sale

50
31

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

226% Sale

21% Nov.

7

27

20

Mar. 29

25% Sale
9% Sale
27% Sale

19

Mar. 30

6% Nov. 1
21% Nov. 13

19

Sale

22 %

21%
23%
21%
5%
22%

Sale
Sale
Sale
24
Sale
Sale

22

Sale

22% Sale
21% Sale
68

J

12%

79

76;

76

Nov. 29

76
Jan. 21
81
Sept, 26
70
Aug. 27
35% May 16

48

39% Sept. 10

44% May 16

JuTy'Ie

16%JanT"25

f 5a aar D..........1955 A O
a t4He
.....1939 J J

A............1955 MN

7% Nov. 25
27% Nov. 29

22

25

-

—

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

i*

-

M

•»

—

Nov. 29

*

«.

mm

.mm

mm

mm

mm

mm.—

::::: "88"
14%

107

Sale

98

69%

82
76
82

82
70
77

D

4% Nov. 13

21% Nov. 13

mm

Sale

63%
70%

"Il ""Nov." "4
15
11%
5% Nov. 7
7
Nov.
7
Sale
80
Nov. 22
Sale
Sale 103% Nov. 29
Nov. 4
104% 104
101% Nov. 14
107% 106% Nov. 1
98% 96% Nov. 18

"ir"~Novf"4
10% Nov. 29
10% Nov. 30
82% Nov. 4
105

Nov.

9

104% Nov. 14
102% Nov. 19
108

Nov, 16

Oct.

May

—

78

80%

89%

Sale

92

90
93%
87%

-m

mm

mk

mm

mm

mm

mm

—

mm mm —

mm

—

mm

mm

mm

m»

mm

rnm

rnm

mm

~

mm

89%
92
Nov. 29
94%
83% No/. 12 85%
180
Nov. 13 204

85% Nov. 14

Nov. 29
Nov. 8
Nov. 1
Nov. 22

106% 109% 107

Namm (AI) Be Son—See Mfra* Trust Co
Nashville Ghat Ac St L lat 4a A..1978 F

Nov. 20
85
81% Nov. 18 82
104%
57% Sale
54% Nov " 15 59% Nov. 22
102
102% Nov. 6 102% Nov. 22
102% 102%
103% Sale
104% Sale
103% Nov. 18 104% Nov. 8
Nov. 4 102% Nov. 22
101% Sale 102% Sale 101

National Dairy Prod debits
1948 F A
Nat Di8tlllera Products deb 4%s.1945 MN

74%
99;

84%

Sale

108% —I

79%

—-u

80%

105

Nov. 16

4

108%

50%
65%

Nov. 14
Nov. 19

Oct.

95

91

3

Nov. 14

65

89%

78

Jah.

Nov. 18
65% Sale
65% Nov. 26 z70
Nov. 22 103
Nov. 15
101% 102% 101
83% 86
82% Nov. 1 82% Nov. 1

Mutual Union Tal 5a..... .......1941 MN

A

Nov. 29
Nov. 30

2 108

192

Naah Flo & Sheff lat gu g 5a_...1937 F A
J
Naaaau Alee guar gold 4a atpd... 1951 J
National Acme lat mtge 6a......1942 J D

10%
10%
Apr,
5 85%
102% Aug. 27 105
100% Apr. 24 104%
97% Apr. 12 102%

4

Jan.

3 100

Sale

85% Sale

Aug. 1
June 20
80% Apr. 20

Jan.

98

65H

Aug, 10

83
85

79

108

Nov.

8 108

Nov.

8

109% 107% Nov. 21 107% Nov. 21

82%

......

56% Sale

94

96% Aug. 15 103
77
Apr. 23 86
82
Oct. 23 85%
73% Feb.
5 78%
74

89
93

8

Feb. 18

30% Feb. 18
27
Feb. 11

8

5

Feb. 19

7% Jan.

8

June

27
30
26

67

B..........1955 MN
Murray Body 1st mtge 6%s——1942 j r>
Mutual Fuel Gaa lat gu 5a.......1947 MN
Conatr M 4H* eer

4% Aug.

Feb. 18

27% Jan. 26
29% Feb. 18

93% Jan.

Sale" 104% 105" 104" "NOV.~~7 154% "Nov." 14

104%

4

30

99^ Nov. 7

83%
—-

27% Jan. 26
11% Jan. 26

74

98

A O

Feb. 18

18% Apr.

107

82% Sale

7

30

Nov. 29

29
30
29
29

Sale

10%
82%
80%
Sale 103%
104
104%
102
102%

101%

36% Jan.

25

Nov. 14

21% Nov. 13
21% Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

75

7
8
9

Jan.

27% Nov. 29

21

27%
25%
27%
25%

5%
19%
18%
19%

Jan.

Jan.

21% Nov. 12
21% Nov. 4

7
27
26
27

81%
104%
103%
101%

O

Morrla Ac Go lat

9% Nov. 27

62

64

26

Sale

26% Sale
25% 26

65
88

O

25% Nov. 30

10
16
14
3

25%

.25

9

77

J

A

21% Nov. 12

Nov. 29

Oct.

Mar. 29
Apr.
1
Apr.
3
Apr.
1
18% Apr.
4
3% Apr.
2
19% Mar. 30
19% May 11
19% Apr.
1

50H

J

J

88

7

J
D

Nov. 25

57
-

11

87

J

J

Sale

80
46

—

MN

J

78%

70
36
37

70

J

32%

83

9

M 8

3099 J

Sale
Sale

22% Sale
21% Sale
6% Sale

i*

M S

A

34% Nov. 12
89% Feb. 26

47

70
35 %
39 %
30

J

J

18
May
7
50% Oct. 16

It*

J
J

J

75% Nov. 25

19%
18%

N

J

98,000
5% notea................1938
107,000 Mohawk Be Mai lat fa t 4a......1991
99,000 Monongahela Ry 1st M 4s aer A..1960
43,000 Mont Cant lat gu g 6a..........1937
lat guar gold 5a..............1937
58,000
123,000 Montana Power lat ft raf 5a A...1943
Dab gold 5a aarlaa A...........1962
286,000
Montecatlnl Mia ft Age Co lac
Deb g 7a........
...1937
71,000
34,000 Mont Tram lat Be ret 5a aerlea A..1941
General ft refunding 5a A.—1955
1,000
Gan Ac raf 5a aarlaa B..........1955
Gen Ac raf a f 4 He aer C........1955

12,000
657,000
571,000

25% Nov.

31%

40% Sale

1

M

J

aer

36

30w

Sale Prices
37
June 28

64% Nov.

19%

4%...July 1938 J

Conatr M 5a

Highest

{

Sale

19%

A

Mobile Be Blrm prior lien g 5a ...1945 /
Small.. ................... —— J

a

Sale Prices

75
31
74

—

42

5%
19%
18%

♦Gertlflcatea of deposit—

Gen Ac ref

80

11%

♦Gertlflcatea of deposit.........
♦lat ref gold 5a aerlea H
198® A
♦Gertlflcatea of deposit—*——

Morrla Ac Kaaex lat gu 3 Ha

Sale

20
19

8

♦Convertible gold 5 Ha........1949 MO

..........

Lowest

Sale Prices

42% Sale

31%
27%
28 %

.........1978 MN

♦Sec

34,000

33% Sale
64% Sale

J

^Certificates of deposit.

Small..

277",660

81

50%

I ♦Mobile Be Ohio gan gold 4c.—*1938 M 8
"4", 060 ♦Montgomery Dlv lat g 5a.....1947 F A
♦Refunding Be Improv't 4 Ha —1977 M 8
81,000

60,000
429,000
93,000
117,000
235,000
12,000
1,000

16 %
79

D

♦Gertlflcatea of deposit..——
♦General 4a..................1975 MS
♦lat 5c raf 5a aarlaa F
.....1977 MN

Mortgage gold 4a.......

Highest

Sale Prices
27
Nov. 13

Asl
Sale

25

12

f 4a........1941 MN
J
J
RE Bt

♦Mo Pae id 7a est at

21

85

'

40-year 4s aarlaa B............1962 J J
J
Pr Hen mtge 4%a aer D. .......1978 J
♦Cum adjuat 5a aarlaa A Jan 1967 A 0
{♦Mlaaouri Pacific RR Go—

aar

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Term

Mo Kan Be Tax lat g 4a.........1999 J
Mlaaour-Kanaaa-Tjizaa RR—
Prior lien 5a aarlaa A.........1962 J

♦lat Be ret 5a

27%
33% Sale

16
15
51H

a

♦1st Be ref g 5a aer G

Sale

25%

JP

S

J

Asl Bid

29

26%

J

J
J

Nov. 30

Nov.30 1935
Bid

659,000 MStP&SSM4i atpd guar.....1938
1st cons 5«.
60,000
..............1938
1st cons Si gtd a« to lnt.......1938
201,000
lat Be raf 6a aarlaa A
41,000
.........1946
25-yaar g 5Ha.. .——1*49
75,000
lat ref 5 He series B
....1978
55,000

mm

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

July 1 1933

$

If

39

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

Dec., 1935]

Apr.

101

Jan.
Oct.

9

Aug. 26
July 18

2

95% Jan.

21 102

83% July 30

Jan.

8

96% Jan.

11

Mar. 26 204
103% Jan.
3 110
108
98

|102

4

Nov. 15

Aug.

Oct. 23
1 82
8 105% May 28

85% Nov. 14
92

15

Jan. 16

Nov. 22

June 24

Sept. 14

21
26
24
8
23
22

Feb.
81% Nov. 18 97
10 105% Apr.
50% Apr.
4 62% July
86% Jan.
9 102% Aug.
Feb.
102% Jan.
2 105
99
Aug. 24 102% Nov.

102% Apr.

/

National Ry of Mexico—

2,000
150,000

♦Prior Hen 59-year a f 4%s..—1957
♦Jan 1914 coupon on.........

51,000
41,000
3,000
149,000
95,000
262,000
292,000
382,000
47,000
4,000
285,000
218,0(0
234,000
274,000

♦New England RR cons 5a guar. 1945 J
♦Cons guar 4a................1945 J
New England T At T 39-yr 5a A
1952 J

2%

2%

IS

Sale"

2% Nov. 14
2% Nov. 19

2% Nov. 14
4% Nov. 25

1%

2

3

3%

4

2% Nov. 20

4

Nov

2

2%

3%

4%

3% Nov. 21

6

Nov. 25

2% Oct.

2

♦Aiaent cash warr rect Nov4 on
33,000
♦First cons gold 4a...........1951
♦
Assenting cash warr rect No 4 on
241,000
451,000 Nat Steel 1st coll mtge s f 4s... ..1965 J*D
5,000 ^♦Naugatuck RR 1st g 4a.......1954 M N
1,000 Newark Consol Gaa 5a.......... 1948 J D

11,606

2%

3%

2

4

Nov. 26

2

2%

102 %

J

50

J

82 %

-

35

{New Orleans P S 1st Ac raf Be A... 1952 A O
1st Ac ref 5s aeries B...........1955 J D

38

guar...1953
t**N O Tex Ac Mex income 5a.....l935
♦First Be aarlaa B.............1954
♦1st mtge gold 5e series 0—1956
♦1st 4Ha aerlea®..1956
♦First 5H« aarlaa A...........1954
Npt Ac Gin B fan gu g 4Hs
1945

J

38
58%

J

A O
A

12%

F

A

A O
J

J

J

F

A
A
O

O
MS

95% Sale
95%
95%
67% Sale

36%

41%
62

FA
F

F

Nov .15

<

59

Sale

Nov. 30

47

23
34

29

35
34%
33
Sale
34% Sale
106%
34

—

110

50

.

Sale

85% Sale

71% Sale
78% Sale
95

96%

Sale

96%

71% Sale

66%

Sale

122% Nov.
120

88% Nov.
88

99

Nov.

Nov. 15

35
35

Nov. 27
Nov. 29

93% Nov. 16

95% Nov.
67% Nov.
84
Nov.

7
1

95% Nov. 1
97% Nov. 22
73

Nov. 25

1 88% Nov. 26
84
Nov. 20 85% Nov. 6
100% Nov 12 101% Nov. 2
69% Nov. 1 77% Nov. 25
.

59

Nov.

1

67

Nov. 25
25
27

—

A O

AO

67

110

Sale

54%

54%
Sale

68

56%
110

Sale

58%
Sale

2

65

Nov.

7

68

19
14

Nov. 25

Nov. 25
53% Nov, 14 58
109% Nov. 1 110% Nov. 12
Nov. 26 107% Nov.
107% Nov, 21 107% Nov.
106

106% 107

106% Sale

107% Sale

107% 109

122% Sale

121% Nov.
123% 125
Nov.
112% 113% 112

4
2

2% Oct. 21
Jan.

7

June 28

4% Jan.

16

14

6% Jan.

15

5

June 28

4% Jan.
7
102% June 19 106% Nov. 13
45
Nov. 15 65
Apr. 25
113% Jan.
8 120% Aug. 21 *
78
45

22

Jan.

Nov. 14

112%
88%
94

48%
35

55%
55%
69%
15%

18%
19 %

18%
20

92
88
43

81
70

Feb. 19
Feb.
9

124

July 16
Jan.
4 123% July 11
Feb. 14 100
Sept. 6
Jan.
3 106
July 25
Sept. 25
Mar. 28 77
Feb.
2
Sept. 25 53
Jan.
2 88% Nov. 8
Nov. 21
Jan.
2 88
July 25 87
Apr. 29
Apr. 24 27
Sept. 16
Nov. 27
May 10 35
Nov. 29
May 10 35
Apr.
1 33% Nov. 27
May 13 35% Nov. 29
Jan.
2 107% July
1
Mar. 15 112% Jan.3
Apr.
1 87% Jan. 28
Sept. 11
Mar. 27 73
Mar. 27 79% Sept. U

115% Jan.

102%
i07%"Nov "2 115% Nov. 25 98%
73%
81% Nov. 14 85% Nov. 29
Nov. 25
67% Nov. 1 73
43%
46%
72% Nov. 1 78% Nov. 29

Nov.
62
Nov. 2 86
64% 83% Sale
Nov.
58% Nov. 1 75
74%'Sale
58% Sale
106'
107% Sale 106% Nov. 4 107% Nov
106%
106%
107% — 107% Nov. 14 107% Nov.

ii*
30

8

Nov. 21

33% Nov. 27
35% Nov. 29

60

108%
102%
102%

*

A O
A O

4

Nov. 29

82% Nov. 29
23% Nov. 29

28% Nov. 16

28% Nov. 14

Nov. 27
Nov. 29

74% Nov.
49

22

Nov. 14

1

99% Nov. 19
106

28
27

7

"47" "Nov." 12

.

A
A

45

118% Nov. 14 118% Nov. 14

87% Sale
84% Sale
85
Sale
84% Sale
101% 101% 101% Sale
76% Sale
=68% Sale

43 %

A O

Sale

83% Sale
Sale
72% Sale

77

A

-

67%

64
65

A

.

108

43

F

32

28%

73 H
67

A O

32
32%
Sale

105

$8

J

J

28

SI*
it*

J

1,953", 000 New York Central conv sec 6s...1944 MN
Conaol 4a aarlaa A............1998 FA
2,017,000
Raf At Impt 4 He aarlaa A...—2013 A O
1,452,000
Raf At Impt 5a aarlaa C——2013 A O
1,690,000
349,000 N YCAtH R g mtge a Ha.....—1997
Debenture 4a of 1912..—..—1942
137,000
Ref Ac impt. 4Hs series A......2013
1,402,000
Lake Shore coll g 3Ha........1998
163,000
Mich Cent coll g 3Ha.
.....1998
26,000
1937
122,000 N Y Chic Ac 8t Louis 1st g 4a
Refunding 5H* aarlaa A......1974
694,000
Refunding 4%s aeries C—1978
3,278,000
1,225,000 M**3-year 6% gold notes....*...1935
♦Deposit receipts for 6s..—1935
751,000
35,000 NY Connecting 1st gu 4Hs A—.1953
lat gtd 5a aarlaa B.........—1953
2,000
—.......1951
133,000 N Y Dock lat gold 4a
Serial 5a g notes.....
.....1938
130,000
185,000 N Y Edison 1st At raf 6Ha aar A..1941
1st Han At raf 5a B............1944
75,000
1st Hen Ac ref Be series C——.1951
65,000

29%
29%

#

14%
14%

26

105% Nov. 19 106% Nov. 13

—

22

14

C

FA

7

—.

68%
48%

J

Sale

Nov.

44
56
49% "45" "Nov." 14
122%' Sale 121% 122% 121% Nov. 9
118
118% 118% 119% 118% Nov. 9
99%
99% ..... 99% Nov. 19
Nov.
2
105
105% 105% Sale 105
71
Sale
70% Nov. 29
74% Sale
45
Nov. 8
38
46
48% 38
Nov. 13
87% 88% 85
84% 86
86% Sale
84% Nov. 1
84% Sale
80% 82% 78% Nov. 20
81% Sale

99%

J

106

.117%
43

54

SH

lat g 4H* series B
...1961 MN
N J Junction RR gu lat 4s...... 1986 F A
N J Pow At Light 1st 4Ha
....I960 AO

—

5%

3%
Sale

a

50

61

117%

104 %

New Orleans Term 1st 4a

—

106% Sale

45

101X

D

New Orleans Great Nor 5a aer A.. 1983 J
N O Ac N'eastern ref 4%a aerlea A.1952 J

2% Nov. 14
2% July 30

m

♦Aaaent cash wart recta No 4 00
♦Guar 4a Apr 1914 coupon.....1977 A O
♦Assent warr receipt No 5 on
84,000
♦Nat RR Mas prior Han g 4 Ha ..1926

2

Mar. 12
Mar. 29
Mar 27
,

98% Feb. 25
97% Jan. 23
73% Sept. 11

78% Mar. 21 89%
79
Mar. 21
88%
100% Apr. 12 102%
57
Mar. 15 77%

Jan. 10
Jan. 22
Mar. 7
Nov. 25

Mar. 30

47

43% Mar. 29

86

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

4

75

Novsc2J

52

106%
106%
59%
42%
109%
105%
106

Oct.

67

Aug. 24 108% June. 14
Sept. 3 108% Feb. 21
Jan.
5 74% July |16
Apr.
1 58
July 10
Nov.
1 114% Feb. 16
May 31 109% Jan. 10
July 25 110% Mar. 1

N Y At Erie—See Erie RR.

58,000 N Y Gaa El Lt Ht At Pow 5a...—1948 J D
Purchase money coll tr g 4a—.1949 FA
30,000

.

*21*
95

MN

61

M N

MN

83%
92%

Guar 4Ha aerlea B............1973 NN

5,000

113

89 %

4,000 N Y Ac Greenw L prior Hen gu 5a.l946
—2000
5,000 N Y Ac Harlem g 3He.
1973
179,000 N Y Lack At Western 4s aer A

20", 660

112

.

102

95%

94%
103

97%
104

5Hs
1942 M N
5a....—.1943 J J

75%
87

104%

.....

1941 M 8

95%

102%

.....

NYLBft W Goal Ac RR

Dock Ac Impt 1st

—

N Y Ac Long Brancb gan 4«

N Y AcN Eng (Boat Term) 4a.—1939 A O

99

Sale

—

101
94
.....

97

Nov. 29 116% Jan.
9 124
2 113% Nov. 20 107 % Jan.

Nov. 25 92% Nov. 16
92% 90
Nov. 12
101% 101% Nov, 16 102
Nov. 4
Sale
93% Nov. 19 97
102%
99

104% 105
103%

"99~""N"OV.""7 "99"
105

Nov.

9 105

82% May

7

Sept.11

93% Nov. 19
102% Oct. 23
"Nov.""7 94
Apr. 26
Nov. 9 104% Oct. 16
101% Jan
2

Oct. 29
102% May 6
108% Feb! 19
99
May
4
June
7
107
104% June 29

98

Jan.

.

—

2 124% July 27
2 115
July
9
97
5 103

r

.

45
'i

For footnotes, see page 33.




/,

n. t. stock

30
Sales In

N. Y. STOCK

Value

PRICES IN

Low from

bonds

November

exchange—bonds

July 1 1933
Nov. 1

to

EXCHANGE

Hartford—
debenture 4a...—1947
debenture
i'47

53,000
28,000
102,000
239,000
460,000
82,000
962,000
346,000
283,000
878,000
229,000
471,000
184,000

♦

Von-conv

♦Non-conv

♦Non-conv debenture
*Non<conr debenture

iM*

.....1955
4a...---1956

♦lat A ref 4H> «er
♦

of

264

J

J

26

Sale

27

UN

27

Sale

Sale

244

J

274

Sale

Sale

394

Sale

Sale

1937—...1967

J

General 4a

J

J

14 4

D

85.
41}

Sale

Sale

Sale

34

Sale

Sale

A

O

O

83
824
194 Sale
194 Sale

754
82
274 Sale
274
28
98
99

Apr

42

Uen 4a.—1997

99

4a—1948

23", 606

Nov.

804
80

Sale

14

Sale

Sale

83
804
Sale

1074 1084
98
Sale
88

Sale

47
454
Sale 1504 153

47

16

Sale

13
494
114
Sale
1064
1074
103
1014 Sale
84

it*

47
1144

1004 Sale
1024 Sale
101
Sale
116
1214
1104 1114
65

45

50

45

84
44
146

Nov. 20
Nov. 22
Nov. 16

Nov.

50

Sale
94 Sale
94 Sale
8

46
41

Nov. 25

Sale

114 Nov.

48
Nov.
1134 Nov.
1084 1074 Nov.
Sale
1014 Nov.

54
59
1084 Sale
103

Sale

724 Sale
884 Sale
103

Sale

974 Sale
974 Sale

Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
1
1

Nov. 30

64 1064 1064 Sale
1064 107
1024
1014 Sale

U S

J D
J J
F A
J J
J 3

M N

J J
6s—1949 J D

1074

"89" ~

♦lat mtfte a

1,098,000

a

f ft 3a loan ctfa...

f debenture 6s

■

1955
■]£.■.*&■

F

A

83,000 Paris-Orleans RRExt a
25,000 {♦Park Lexinftton (H* ctfa......1953
1944
224,000 Parmelee Trans conv deb 6a
Peterson A Pasaaic G A E 5a.....1649
'3",5oo ♦Paulista Ry lat A ref 7s aer A...1942

654
•20

Nov.

114

Nov.

1194 Nov. 22
1044 Nov. 14
1014 Nov. 27

Nov.

102

Nov.

1174
1034
1004
1004

Nov.

53
Sale

80

Sale

84

96

52
Nov. 27
414 Nov. 1
1054 Nov. 4 1074 Nov. 7
954 Nov. 22 974 Nov. 26
93

Nov. 16

94

1044 Nov. 27 1054 Nov. 12
1
109
Nov. 30 1104 Nov.

Sale

It*

~394~Nov."l4

454

102
103
1033

MN

100

109,000
A
1977
19,000
44s series B
1981
551.000 Penn Pow A Lt 1st M 44a—
1981
6,000 Penn RR consol ftold 4a........ 1943
1948
Conaol ftold 4s
47,000
16,000
Stamped dollar bonds...... 1948
95,000
Consul 44> Issue of 1915....
1969
General 44s Series A
548,000
......1965
Generel 5s Series B
1968
286,000
15-year secured 64a....——1936
133,000
Secured ftold 5s
.1964
382,000
Debenture ftold 44a.—.—..
1979
905,000
General 44s series D
...1981
627,000
Gen mtfte 44s series E........1984
486,000
30,000 Peoples Gas A Coke 1st 6s..
1943
Refunding ftold St.————.1947
115,000
.......

...

For footnotee. see page




33.

A

O

A

O

M N
M N

M N
FA

J

D

J

D

F

A

MN
A

O

A

O

J

J

A

O

M S

Nov. 29
Mar. 22

Aug. 15
Feb. 20

1
8

July
July

Nov. 23
Nov. 30
Nov. 30

5

Sept.

Aug. 19
Feb.

19

May 15
Nov. 26

194 Nov. 16 504 Jan. 10
1054 Apr. 26 1074 Aug. 9

34

45

1014
134

4

105

1144
1154

Sept.19

3 113
,26 117
15 110
20 118
5 119

109

1084

21

June 26

2 102

694

104Vi
957A
91

20

Sept.
May
July

7
3

30 106
8
22 1014 Nov. 27

101
94

36

Feb.

Nov. 29

Nov. 30

14
Nov. 27
52
3 109
Jan. 12
Oct.
Nov. 22 1014 July 30
Oct. 22 100
July 18

Jan.

104h

Nov. 27

109 a
105

June 28 1134 Mar. 18
8 1054 Jan. 24
Oct.
5

1074 Jan.

17

33^

5

46
46

Aug. 16
Aug. 16

60

Nov. 16

544 Nov. 29

63

Sept.24

844 Nov. 29 934 Nov. 15
1314 Nov. 22 z1404Nov. 6
Sale
34
Nov. 29 364 Nov. 19
Nov. 18
464 344 Nov. 1 48

Nov. 29

1174
754

694 Nov. 25

694 Nov. 25

Apr.
Apr.

974 Sept. 24
Feb. 23
July 16 163
Jan. 18
364 Nov. 19
Mar. 27
48
Nov. 18
Feb.
6 1184 July 25
Mar. 6
694 Nov. 25 94

5 1024 Mar. 26
19 1034 Nov. 7

Jan.

100

Jan.

98

Feb.

1024 Nov. 13 103 4 "Nov. 29

99

Jan.
Jan.

6 103
May 23
2 1034 Nov. 29
17 1074 Apr. 26

100

Oct.

19 101

1004 101
1034

1034
1034
1034 1034
Sale

102

"7

104

—

874 Sale

1044 Sale
1064

....

101

904

....

Sale

914

1034 Nov.

7 1034 Nov.

i66"""Nov.""i ioi"'NoV;i4
874 Nov.

1034 1044 1034
1054
1064
Sale
106
Sale
106
1054
110
al094 Sale
1104 zllO
Sale
1104 1114 1104
1114 1114 1104
118
1184 1184 Sale 117
Sale
107
107
1084 Sale
Sale
113
113
1144 Sale
Sale
101
1004 Sale
1004
Sale
1061
1064
1064 Sale
Sale
96
98
Sale
964
Sale
104 4 Sale
104
1034
Sale
103
1044 Sale
1034
114 4 1134 1144 1144
113
Sale
106
1054 Sale 1054

loll

June 19
Nov. 23

33 m

Penn Ohio A Detroit RR—

1st A ref ftold 44* series

8

Nov.

Nov. 18

1093

F

Nov. 18

Nov. 22

884 Sale
1394 Sale

60

50

1024
1024

Aug. 30
June 13
Aug.
6
Nov. 12

401

9

544 Nov. 29
924 Sale
01414 Sale
354
38
35
Sale
1174

MN
A

76]
89]
744 Mar.
884 Mar. 29103
82
Apr. 10 97]
82
Apr.
97
105
Jan.
1084
103
Jan.
108
1054 Jan.
1084
101
Apr.
1014
88
Jan.
1014

Jan.

15
8
22

41 j

404 z394 Nov.

544

8

M S

Nov. 29

93

M

D

Nov. 30

105
Sale

1034
1044

102

J

107

Jan.

1114 Nov. 27

Nov. 12 1124 Nov. 18
1 1104 Nov. 29
Nov.
Nov. 14
118
Nov.

25

8

D

Nov. 25

50]
110]

Aug.
Nov.

Feb.

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

984

J

F

Nov. 27

i

7

Mar.

9
10

1074

99

8

Nov.

Nov.

834

77

8

Mar. 11

9
17

20
110
109

O

J

coll tr ctfa aer B....1941
ctfa series C...1942
Guar ft 34® tr ctfa series D
1944
16,000
49-year ftuar tr ctfa 4a Ser E..1952
Secured ftold 4M<
...1963
908", 5o6
28-year 4s
...1963
153,000 Penn Dixie Cement lat 6s A.....1941

10 100

2

Jan.

2 113
July
2 1124 July

944

M

Guar 3 4s

3 108

17 104
Jan.
29 1044 Feb.

Nov.

A

Guar ft 34a tr

1,000

13

1004

1024

100

1
9

1094
1074

87

J

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 34* tr ctfa series A.....1937 M S

85
32

9
1014
1034 Nov. 26
Nov. 13
20

Nov.

10

24

July
July

8 1124 Nov. 20
1114 Nov. 27

Nov.

1104 111
1014 102^

84 £
104
8
14

J
.....1955 J
f 54a... 1968 m 8

6
7

Nov. 25

Paramount Broadway Corp—
Paramount Pictures Inc—

13

95

1124 Sale

78
90

99

Jan.

Nov. 30

68

9 1014 Nov. 26

194 Nov. 16 31'
107J
1074 Nov.

22

iim

994 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

86

3
88
Jan.
6
Apr.
524
July 13 171
8
Oct.
Oct. 16
2
Jan.
2 117
Jan.
10 1084
Jan.
2 1044
Jan.

101

Nov. 30

"

8 100

7 1114 Aug.
26

384 July
1044 Jan.

Nov. 23

1064 N"ov.""7 107
1064 Nov. 6 107-

8
9
10

Jan.

514 Jan.

744 Jan.
7 1034
784 Jan.
7 104
714 Jan.
3 1024
118
Apr. 16 120
110
June
5 113
40
Jan. 19
584
45
Mar. 22 45

Nov. 15

1

10
4
7
25
2
22

Jan.

94
354
1104

Nov. 30

834
974
894
894

Jan.

52

42

Nov. 25
Nov.
8
Nov. 27

68

Jan.

63

1084 Nov. 22 106
814
1044 Nov. 12

50
Nov. 8
1084 Nov. 15
1014 Nov. 13

Jan.

49

5

Apr.

135
10

8
164 Nov. 30
144 Nov. 30
50
Nov. 25
1144 Nov. 2

1574 Nov.

52

61*

Aug. 15
13

63 1

88
Nov. 30
464 Nov. 29

Sale

„

374 Mar.
974 Mar.
109
Jan.
56
Feb.
76
Aug.
10
Nov,
1044 Jan.
624 Jan.

81
15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

May 11
Nov. 14

Nov. 25

108

♦Certificates of deposit

174,000

4

Nov. 25
Nov. 23

Nov. 25

84

24

Oct.

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

.014 Sept. 17 1014 Sept.17
1
87 4 Jan. 10
75
Apr.
8
Jan. 15 284 Nov. 22
8
Nov. 20
28
104 July
2
Nov. 20
99
704 Feb.
90
July 12 99^ Nov. 22
Aug. 12
054 Feb. 21 110
Mar. 11
5 111*
.08
Feb.
.044 Jan.! 3 1074 Mar. 9
.044 Jan. 17 1074 Apr. 12

1114 Nov. 26

Nov. 20

14

Jan.

63

80

Nov. 12

100

Nov.

Sale

52

40
31

Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Nov. 13
Nov. 15 1074 Nov. 12
1074
Nov. 8
Nov. 22 100
97
78
10

23

25

Nov. 26

iiH

1104 Nov.
79

Jan.

Oct.

344 Nov. 20
12 4 Oct. 30
234 Oct. 23

1004 Nov. 1 1034 Nov. 27
1034
Nov. 18
1034 1034 1024 Nov. 2 104
100
Nov. 18 1024 Nov. 8
1014 Sale
116
1214
III 4 "Nov." "4 113"" Nov."23
1124
55
65
474 Nov. 4 584 Nov. 29
54
59

1084 Sale
1024 Sale
704 Sale
34 Sale

17,000
1,000
6,000
3,000
17,000
3,000
115,000
13,000
J
lat ftuar cons 5s stamped—...1946
52,000
1
334,000 Ore-Wash RRANav IstAref 4s—1961
M S
22,000 Oslo Gas A Elec extl a f ft 5a.....1963
M 8
404,000 Otis Steel sec ft 6a aerlea A—.....1941

•{♦Pan-Am Petr (Cal) lat ft

99

80

14

J

19",606

Nov.

Sale

44

.1443
Ohio Indiana & West 58—Apr 1 1938 Q-J
A O
Ohio Pub Service 1st A ref 7>*a—1946
F A
1st 5c ref 7a aeries B...........1947
Ohio River RR 1st ft 5a
1936 J D
A O
General ftold 5a—..———1937
{♦Old Ben Coal lat ft 6a
1944 F A
F
Ontario Power N F lat 5a—-.1943
Ontario Transmission lat 5a
1945 Yi N
Oregon RR A Nav con ft 4s
1946 J D
J
Oregon Short Line lat con ft 5s..1946

94,000

43

III"" Sale

364

20

Nov. 20

54

524 Nov-26
42? Nov. 7

50

100

al554

MN

1946
58,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st ft 5a.
388,000 Pacific G A E ften A ref 5a aer A—1942
1938
6,000 Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4a
♦2d extended ftold 5s ——I93R
20,000
..1937
170,000 Pacific Tel A Tel 1st 5s
39-year 5s aerlea A
...
1952
25,000
Paducah A Illinois lat a f 4His.. 1955

474

85

J

50,000 Oftden A Lake Ch 1st ftuar ft
1,000 Ohio Connectlnft Ry lat 4a

53

98

Q

extended ..1944
Nit 54®
1957

28

43

131
1075

Id ftt 3a
Jan 3447 Q
Series A
3647 J
Ref A Inapt 6s Series B
.—3947 J
Ref A Impt 5a Series C...—.-3447 J
Ref A Impt 5a Series D
—3947 J
A
Northern Ry of CaUf ftuar 5a——1938
North States Power 5a A
1941 A
lat A ref 6a aeries B
—1941 A
Norweftian Hydro-El

1

524

80

Ref A Impt 44s

N'western Teletf 44®

4

424

55

Gen Uen ry A

78",606

Nov.

43

1104 Sale

Jan.

394 Jan.

25
12
25
25
29
30
27

194 Nov.

45
:

40

23
11

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
284 Nov.
364 Nov.
154 Nov.
364 Nov.

544

50
42

23

Oct.

204 Oct.

18
8

Jan.

224 Oct.

—

J

37

4

824 Nov. 12
284 Nov. 22

19

11

Nov.

99

Jan.

15

26

824 Nov, 12

Jan.

Oct.

22

10
18

39

214 Oct.

4
4
4
2

Nov. 19 994
994
8 994
Nov.
98
984 95
954 Sale
1064 Nov. 12 1084
109 ': 1105' 1084 109
7 1104
1104 1094 Nov.
110
110^ 110
2 1064
106
Nov.
1064 Sale 1064
8 1064
Nov.
1064 Sale 1064 1064 106
93

24

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

JO

Sale Prices

Oct.

274
274
264
274

99

A

126,000 North Am Edison deb 5a aer A—1957 M 8
Deb 5 4s aer B
166,000
Auft 15 1963 F A
Deb 5a series C
Nov 15 1969 M N
348,000
North Cent ften A ref Ss aer A—1974 M 8
606
Gen A ref 4Hs series A
—1974 H 8
34,000 {♦Northern Ohio lat ftuar ft 5a .1945 A O
♦Ex Apr *33, Oct *33, Apr *34 coups
Stamped as to sale of April I and
♦Oct 1 1933 and Apr 11934 coups
19,000
1947 M
107,000 Nor Ohio Trac A Lt 6s aer A

43,000

Sale

D

If 8

J

118",666

Sale

J

M N

20,000 N Y Suaq A Weat lat r«f ft 5ft
1937
F A
4,000
Second ftold 44a.—————1937
F A
19,000
General ftold 5a
........—1940
2,000
Terminal lat ftold 5a.—
—1943 M N
242,000 NY Tel lat A ften j M4«1939 MN
4,000 N Y Trap Rock lat a f ft 6a
1946 J D
6s stamped—
81,000
—1946
646,000 N Y Weatchea A Boa lat 4Ha
1946 i~~j
A O
26,000 Nlaft Lock A Ont Pow lat 5a A—1955
M N
445, 00 Nlaftara Share (Mo) deb 5)4a——1950
Nordeutache Lloyd (Bremen)—
MN
28,000
♦30-year a f 6a
1947
MN
New 4 6%
61,000
J947 A O
257,000 Nord Rya extl a f6Ka
—1950
F A
286,000 •{♦Norfolk South tat A re« 5a A. 1961
♦Certificates of deposit.———
35,000
M N
8,000 ♦{♦Norfolk A South 1st ft 5a
1941
A O
229,000 Norfolk A Weat Rv lat con ft 4a—1996
J
D
9,000
Pocahontas C A C Joint 4a..—1941
F A
...1961
598,000 North American Co deb 5a

229,000
324,000

Sale

Sale

25

M N

♦Income 6s assented......-.1965
328,000
7,000
Prior lien 6a aerlea A—
—WW i""3
Prior lien 6s assented—.——1965
75,000
23,000 NY A Rich Gaa lat 6a A
1951 MN
MN
42,000 New York Steam lat 6e ear A—-1947
M N
29,000
lat mortftafte 5a.........——1951
MN
lat mortftafte 5a.....—..———1956
39,000

1,313,000

254

O

*at 4a...1954
4a...June 1993

Northern Pacific prior

27

A

1955
{♦N Y Prov A Boaton ften 4a
1943
"e", 006 SYA Putnam lat con ftuar 4a -1993
454,000 ♦tN YRyaCorp»nc6a-.——Jan 1965

543,000
610,000
739,000

304

27
27

J

larlem RfcPt Cher

N Y Oskt Ac West lat ft

264

O

6a——1948
—.1940
.....1957

♦Convertible debenture

♦Debenture 4a

O

26

♦Convertible debenture
♦Collateral truat 6a—

A
A

♦Von-conv debenture 4a.

25

25

254 Nov. 22

Nov.
244 Nov.
234 Nov.
23
Nov.
234 Nov.
23
Nov.
254 Nov.
344 Nov.
124 Nov.
244 Nov.
82
Nov.
41
Nov.
31
Nov.
25

8

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask

M

1

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Nov.30 1935
Bid

{♦{N Y New Haven Ac

RANGE SINCE JAN.

NOVEMBER

Nov. 30

4

914 Nov. 27

984 Jan.

714 Mar. 13

Nov.

054 Nov. 7 103
054 Nov. 26 1044
984
064 Nov. 1

Nov.

10

Nov.

4

107

Nov.

114
114
184
084
144

Nov. 21
Nov. 13
Nov. 6

108

Nov. 27

1044

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 19
014 Nov. 1
07
Nov.
1
984 Nov. 29
044 Nov. 2
05
Nov. 13
.15
Nov. 23
.064 Nov. 12

5 1024 July

108

1144
109

1004
105

904
1004
994
1104
984

18

Nov. 14

934 Aug.

9

1064 July 15
9
1064 Oct.
2 1064 July
9
11 111
July 18
15 1144 June 15
2 1134 May
2

1!

2 1194 Mar.

30 1094 July
30 1154 July
Jan.
25 106
108

2

6
5

10
June 28

984 Nov. 29
July 16
'9
118
Aug. 14
9
1074 July

107

1064 July

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Dec., 1935]

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Sales in

BONDS

| November
toValue

31

EXCHANGE-BONDS
PRICES IN NOVEMBER

toip from
July 1 1933
Nov, 1

Nft.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

H. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov.30 1935
%

'

50,000
154,000
2,000
509.000
277,000
407,000
26,000
13,000
30,000
43,000
595,000
47,000
105,000
358,000
560,000
156,000
132,000
35,000

* Income

4s

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

1st Ac ref A 4s....
..........
Phlla Ac Read C Ac I ref 5s....

Sale

....

1

General g 5s ser B............

General 434s series C
....
Pitts Shen AC L'E 1st g 5s.......
First consol gold 5s..........

Sale

39
30

2
Nov. 30
Nov.
2
Nov. 30

Nov.

6 10834 Jau. 16 11234 Aug. 13
May 10
6 10834 Feb.
8 112

Nov.

3

Nov.

m •• »-

109
Jan. 10 11154 Aug. 16
Aug. 12
1073* Apr, 29 110
1043* Oct. 22 10454 Oct. 31

Jan. 12 10934
Mar. 22 110
Jan. 10
Feb. 21
Jan.
4
Jan.
4
Mar. 18 108
Mar, 8 114

Nov. 22
Nov. 22

Nov. 25

Sale

4
1

75

4

75

Mar.

Nov. 25
Nov ."26

65
63

^ Nov.

Nov.
6434 Nov.

Sept.

7434 Nov. 20

Apr.
Apr,

3
24

Feb. 20
Feb. 23

July

15

June 20

June 13
Feb. 15
Nov. 25
Nov. 20
Nov. 25
5 1093* Apr. 26
Nov. 26
8 118

9 11354
15 1073*
14 75
6 7434
4 75

Oct.

115

May 15
June 27

HI* June

Nov, 29
Nov. 12
Nov. 27

106

107

10434 Sale
1103a Sale

10834

Sale

10634
1043*
11054
10734
1083*

Sale
10434
Sale
Sale
Sale

'283* "30""

5.000 ♦Rhine-West Elec Power 7s..-,..1
♦Direct mortgage gold 4s......1
48,000
♦Cons mtge 4s..
111,000
♦Cons mtge 4s with warrants.. 1
27,000
87,000 •{♦Richfield Oil of Calif 4s...1944 M N
♦Certificates of deposit........... M N
279,000
Richmond Ac Mecklenburg 1st 48.1948
"2",660 Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5a..1952
1955
14,000 ♦Rima Steel s f 7s.
II,000 Rio Grande June 1st guar g 5s..1939
{♦Rio Grande Southern 1st 4S..1940
♦Guar (Jan 1922 coupon).....1940
181.000 ♦Rto Grande Western 1st g 4s
1939
♦1st con Ac coll trust 4s series A.1949
184,000
12,000 Rochester Gas Ac El 534* ser C—1948
Gen Mtge434s series D........1977
*8,5o6 Gen mtge 5s series E
.....1942
236,000 ♦{•Rockla Ark Ac Louis lst434s ..1934
4,000 Royal Dutch deb 4s with ware
1945
2,000 ♦Ruhr Chemical 4s.............1948
18,000 Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4s. 1949
61,000 Rutland R R 1st cons g 434*
1941
St Jos AC Grand Island 1st g 4s-.1947

Sale"
Sale

7634 Nov.

Oct.

2

75

1

Nov.

1934 Nov.

Nov. 15

1934 Nov.

6

107

Sale

3214
30
30

Sale

6

10234 Nov.
100

Nov.
Nov. 13 106
Nov. 14 106

Nov.
Nov.

7

Nov.
Nov.

1043* Nov. 29 10454 Nov. 12
Nov. 22
1093* Nov. 13
Nov. 14
10634 Nov. 6
Nov. 12
108
Nov. 2
Nov. 13
3334 Nov. 18
Nov. 20
2834 Nov. 6

3254 Nov. 14
3234 Nov. 4
4

7
7

99

33
33

106 54 "Nov.
59

95

8

523* Nov, 21
z92

Nov.

4

id63*"Nov""8
4

48

35

14

30

00334

[—
60
57
73

Sale

♦Certificates of deposit......

1134
1434

.....1950

♦Certificates of deposit.........

Sale
8

113*
Sale

,

Sale

5954

Feb.
Feb.

Nov. 16

3534

J

May

15

108 3* "Nov."

103* Nov.

1123* Nov.
33

3234 Nov.
1834 Nov.

40

22

10375|

2434 May 16
10634 Oct. 29
108
Mar.
Nov." 14 10634 Sept.
Nov. 23
754 Mar.
Nov.
9 10534 Ja%
Nov. 18
3234 Sept.
Nov. 26
1834 Nov.
22

15

Sale
61
37
Sale

Sale
Sale

143* Sale
13
Sale
7934 Sale
58

Nov."l4

104

Nov. 20

61

Sale

5834

Sale

Sale

48

Sale

Sale

10054 Sale
1003* Sale
1033*
"2954
2954
1254
1254 1454
153*
101

583* Nov. 21

61

Nov.

30 """Nov. 12

38

Nov.25

7034 Nov. 19

753* Nov.

103* Nov. 18

1634 Nov. 29

9* Nov.

2

4

15

Nov. 29

17

8

423* N&V.

N9v 30
Nov. 29
Nov. 30

fM'Nov.

15

934 Nov. 9
834 Nov. 13
79
Nov. 12

143*

133* Nov. 29
8134 Nov. 7

Nov. 29
Nov.
44
Nov. 13
4954 Nov.25
100
Nov.
10054 Nov. 30
10034 Nov. 19 1003* Nov. 21

5834 Nov. 19

61

5334 Nov. 15

Aug. 20
109;
11154 Oct. 15
July 24
110
15

60

Nov.

5434 Mar. 29
Mar. 28
Octr 25
Jan.
2

12"" "Nov."

7

16

Nov. 25

Jan.
Feb.

IP Jan.

5
15
11
9

June

4

Aug.

0

Feb. 26
Jan. 25

June 19
71
69
June 21
5634 Jan. 11

773* Oct.

10

93* May

Jan.

834 Mar.:

Jan.

95*
93*
73*
734

Mar.

Jan.

4
2
8

Mar.:

Jan.

Mar.:
Mar.:

Jan.

60

8
3
2
June 24
Jan.

64

Apr.
4954 May
3534 Mar.
27

Sept. 26
Sept. 17
Sept. 28
Nov. 30
Nov, 21
Oct. 19

Mar.

783* Jan.
79

Jan.

10134 Jan.

-----

38

Feb. 11 107
Jan.
7 10454
8634 May 23 90
803* Mar. 7 85

54
30

Nov. 23

13634 Jan.

103
96

81

1634 Sale
1434 Sale
17

10334

6054 Nov.

Nov. 25

Nov.

5

Feb.

825* Aug. 20
Jan.
3
471

Nov. 30

27

Feb.

15
4334 Feb. 15
35
Aug. 16
Aug. 16
35
Mar. 23
46
1073* Aug. 9
Jan. 12
60
9534 July 18
Feb.
9
Feb.
4
43

8534 Jan.

7634 Nov. 29

Sept" 9
Aug. J)
Nov. 22
Nov. 14
Apr. 17
Feb. 18
Feb. 20

4334 Feb. 15

Mar.

4

106

mmmmm

44

2434 Mar.
Apr.
10434 Apr.

Nov.

92

107

Sale" 10834 I—■

81

1053* Nov. 20
10454 Sept. 30

Jan.

5254 Nov.

14

3?

Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.

333* Nov. 19
323* Nov. 21
313* Nov. 21

Oct. 26

883* Oct.

10034 Jan.
10834 Jan.
10834 Jan. 11

3 107
945* Apr. 10 10534
10254 Oct.
3 11554
10634 Nov. 6 10834
1073* Jan.
3 1083*
32
July 31 43
263* June 3 3934

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

Nov.

1123* 10654
3434 3234
Sale
2834

Sale

161

Oct.

1033* Jan.

3454 Nov. 30

10

Apr. 22
Nov. 19
Nov. 7

9934 Mar.

m

10654 Nov.

107

25

Jan.

Mar. 30

453* Feb.
2634 Mar.

1 1053* Nov. 20
Nov. 14
1

Sale
108

35

Sale

Sale

Nov. 21

1954 Nov.
8854 May
104
July
9534 Sept.
823* Feb.

10454 Aug.
10454 Aug.

106 34 "Nov ."*7 1063* Nov. 12

3234 Nov.
3234 Nov.
2934 Nov.
30
Nov.

Aug. 17

383* Mar.

93

»■

June 24

July 26
Nov. 12
Jan. 22

Apr.
2534 June

1
1

6054 Nov.

Sale

ieo",556

211.000 {♦St Paul Ac KC Short L guar 434sl941

10154 Nov.

Nov. 8
8 158
Nov. 19
7 80
7 9534 Nov. 1

7634 Sale

2d gold 4s
.......
—.1994
St Louis Iron Mtn Ac South—
♦♦River Ac Gulf Dlv 1st « 4s
1933 MN
202,000
♦Certificates of deposit.......

{♦St Paul K Grand Trunk 434s .1947

Nov. 1
Nov.
Nov.

82

42

1
1

89

St Paul AC Duluth 1st consol 4s.. 1948

33
31

108"" NoVfc 3
1 10834 Nov. 19

853* Jan.

503* Jan.
10654 Aug.

32

106*
5254
9034

St Lawr AC Adirondack 1st g 5s..1994

142,000 St. Louis Southwest 1st g 4s..—1989
2d gold 4a Income bond—Nov 1989
37,000
1st terminal Ac unlf 5s........1952
257,000
Gen Ac ref 5s series A—.——..1990
404.000
18,000 St Paul City Ry Cable 5s
....1937
Guaranteed 5s——.——1937
10,000

3354

Nov."!

9
Nov. 15
Nov.

7

7534 Nov.

4434

104*
103*

1937

Sale

34*
3234
3234

......

♦Con M 4V4s series A
......1978 M
♦Certificates of deposit stamped.

Nov. 9
Nov. 15

Nov. 21 10734 Nov. 4
Nov. 6
67
Nov. 12
Nov. 1
373* Nov. 20
Nov. 7
64
Nov. 21

-----110
158
Sale
793* 78
755*
94
943*
953* Sale
106
Sale
10554 106
106
Sale 10534 10534
1043* Sale 10434 Sale 1043*
104 % Sale
10434
10434

1953

{♦St L Peo Ac N W 1st 5s —
...1948
1955
31,000 St L Rky M AC Pac 5s stmpd
m {♦8t Louis-San Francisco Ry—•
♦Priori len 4s series A ........1950 J
613,000

74

145
76

1940

28,000 St Joseph Ry L H Ac P 1st 5s

74

-----

Ref Ac gen 534s aeries A.......1953
70,000
2,497,000 Republic Steel Corp 434s ser A..1950
Purch money 1st 534s conr....l954
537,000
119,000 Revere Copper AC Brass 4s A.....1948
36,000 ♦Rhelnelbe Union s f g 7s
1946

1,798,000
1,254,000

8

12
13

4 11334 Aug. 10
Jan.
3 11234 Aug. 2
7934 Mar. 15 1033* Nov. 7
Jan.
8
105
Sept. 3 110
1043* Jan.
2 1083* Apr. 27
Jan. 10
493* Nov. 13 75
9
3034 Mar. 25 6354 Jan.
Nov. 30
223* Feb. 15 30
Apr.
1
10054 Nov. 25 104
6
1053* July 25 1093* Apr.
75
Oct. 30 10434 Feb. 21
107

*» m-m w «»

-----

193,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5s... .1948
{♦ Radio Keith Orph pt pd ctfa
for deb 4s Ac com stk (45% pd)....
11,000
♦♦Debenture gold 4s..........1941
37,000
131,000 Read Co Jersey Cen coll g 4a
1951
Gen Ac ref 434s series A
169.000
1997
Gen Ac ref 434s series B........1997
59,000
223,000 Rem Rand 534s A with warr.....l947
6,000
534« without warrants.
1947
Rensselaer AC Saratoga 1st gu 4s. 1941

♦Prior Hen 5s series B.

Nov.
Nov.

26 108
25 108
57
13

11534"Nov."" 1 Il8

7434

71
Sale
7234 Sale
10734
10734 Sale
5834 Sale
633* 64
3234 Sale
343* Sale
53
54M
6034 Sale
5
22
19*
5234
107
Sale 1073* Sale
10234 Sale 1063* Sale
100
Sale 10034 101

4s..1942

{♦Portal Teleg Ac Cable coll 5s.. .1953
•t♦Pressed Steel Car 14-year 5a .1933
t♦Providence Securities deb 4s gul957

1

7

Feb.

Sale

7534 Sale
80
7434

♦Providence Terminal 1st 4s... .1954
1971
73,000 Pub Serv El & G 1st & ref 4s
..1950
2,560.000 Pure Oil Co s f 434s w w

501.000
248,000
162,000

11034 Nov. 22

107

Portland General Electric 414s.. 194#
1st 5s 1935 extended to 1950........

bs

,08

_13

10834 Jan .

11234

....

5,000 ♦Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv

743
733
743
1073

Sale

1st 414s series D
28,000 Port Arthur Canal Ac Dock 4s....
1st mtge 4s series B...
5,000

f 5s

19
15
Nov. 21

105

6634
Sale

1st gen 5s series B—.
1st gen 5s series C_.
......

a

25
25

9

733* Jan.

Apr. 15
934 Jan.
8
Jan.
3 1083* Aug. 23
Mar. 11
98
Nov. 30
Mar. 12 8754 Nov. 23
Mar. 14 8934 Nov. 25
Jan. 24 112
July 23
Jan. 14 1193* June
1

Apr.

Pitts Va AC Char 1st guar 4s.*i.
35,000 ♦Pitts At West Va 1st 4Hs ser A.
1st mtge 414s serlesB.........
129,000
1st mtge 414s series G....
429,000
Pitts Y AC Ash 1st gen 4s ser A..

Republic Iron Ac Steel

•

——

Con 414s series J guar........
Gen guar 5s series A

57",000

___

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

80

»«■•»..*» m

......

cony

Sale

118
112

Nov. 30

1 1033* Nov.

Nov*
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

111

11134 H234 1113* Nov. 16 11154
Nov. 6 110
11034 -— 110
11034
11034 Nov. 3 11054
108
1123*
W
103H ---—
«**»-'
*»
1083*
1083*
1083*
11634 11534 U634 115
Nov. 9
Sale
115
Nov. 1
1153*
Sale
Nov. 7
11334 Sale 113
Sale
113
114
li234 Nov. 25
Sale
Nov, 1
10634 Sale 106

Con 4s series F guar g....

Porto Rican Am Tobac

89)

9
6
Nov. 1
Nov. 19
Nov, 8

5

603? June
102
75
69
68

4 10134 10034 Nov. 25 1013* Nov. 2
Nov. 14
Nov. 2 109
10834 107

107 X
85

Con 4s series D guar g........
Con 314s series E guar g....^

774,000
45,000
100,000
2,372,000
158,000
I,000

Nov.
Nov.

* Sale

Sale

5,000 P C C Ac St L A 4)4s series A
Con 414* Series B guar g——.
2,000
Con 4>4s series G guar A
1,000

94

Sale

1*

Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr s f 4s...
Phillips Petroleum deb 514s.....
PUlsbury Flour Mills 20-yr 4s....
Pirelli Co (Italy) cony 7s........

"~7~,666

Sale

8734 84
Sale
853*
11034
4 111
120
1163*
*1123* 1113*
1093* 1093*
* Sale 10034
* Sale
* Sale

Sale

General 414* series D
....
Phlla Company secured gold 5s.
Phlla Elec Co 1st 414 s

4,000
13,000
75,000
59,000
117,000

i

111
Sale

General 5s Series B...........
Gen A IHa series G-*
....

Convertible deb 4s........

4

Sale

—

7034 Nov. 18
7H Nov. 29
Nov. 26

Nov. 26 108
Nov, 8 98
87«
Nov, 1

108

1st A 434s series C———.
Phlla Bait 8c Wash 1st g 4s.... -

Con 4s series G guar g
Con 4s series H guar g..
Con 414s series I g....

1

8

i9

(flat)...*.........

1st 4s Series B

Nov,

43* Nov.

Peoria 8c East 1st cons 4s.
Peoria Ac Pekln Un 1st 514s A...
Pere Marquette 1st 5s series A...

II

Oct"" 4 "1754 Ja£7~"§

St Paul Minn AC Manitoba—

223,000

5s extended to July 1 ........1943

10734 Sale

17,000

Montana Ext 1st gold 4s—....1937

104

Sale

1083*

Sale

10254 103
99
10334

Pacific Ext sterling guar 4s... 1940
29,000 St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s guar.1972
244,000 San Ant AC Aran Pass 1st guar 4s.1943

1033* 1033*

101.000 San Antonio Public Serv 1st 4s A. 1952

10834 10854 1063* Sale
113
11334

36,000

Santa Fa Prase AC Phenls 1st 5s—1942

22",666 llchulco Co guar 434s.......—1944
Stamped.......................
30,000
Guar sinking fund 434* B
2,000
1944 A O
9,000
Stamped.................—....
1989 MN
1,000 Ado Vail Ac N E 1st guar g 4s
For footnotes, see page 33.




11734 118
87

Sale

Sale

1083* Nov, 29

073* Nov.

0334 Nov. 21 104

Nov.

033* Nov. 12 10354 Nov. 21
1734 Nov.
11834 Nov. 18
Nov. 27
8534 Nov. 14 90
06
Nov. 23 10934 Nov.

52" ""Nov." 15
503* Nov. 14

55" ""Nov." 23

553* Nov. 25

52

5354

56

55

11234

Nov. 19

1113* Nov.

5434 Nov. 23

10434 Apr.

2
May 16
993* Jan. 15

101

7
7434 Mar. 27
9
100H Jan.
Jan.
7
108
June
4
34

113

29

Nov. 27

5534 Nov. 19
9 1113* Nov. 9

28

Jan.

Apr. 15
May 3
May 4

10934 Jan.

14

June 17

Aug.

5

Nov. 21

July 31

Sept. 17
July 11
May
3
Nov. 23
Oct.

16

Nov. 27
Nov. 19

Feb. 25

32

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

November

BONDS
N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

to

HA*

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

Value

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Nov.

1

Lowest

Nov. 30

Lowest

Highest

1

Highest

Nov.30 1935
Bid

$
3,000 ♦{♦Seaboard Air Llna 1st d 4s ..1950 A O
♦Certificates of deposit
1,000
40,000
♦♦Stamped 4s
—.....1950 A" 0
A O
♦Certificates of deposit..
27,000
♦
50,000
Adjustment 5s...
...Oct 1949 F A
273,000
♦♦Refunding g 4s.....
,.1959 A O
♦Certificates of deposit—._
51,000
♦1st Ac cons 4s series A....... 1945 m"s
1,141,000
♦Certificates of deposit
987,000
♦♦Atlan-Birm DIt 1st g 4s. May 1933 MB
49,000
tSeaboard-Ail Fie 1st 4s A......1935
♦Certificates of deposit.....
279,000

Ask Bid

Ask

13%
13%

17

16

20

17

16

26

12

13 %

17%

Sale

11%

13

16%
3%
8%

20
4
Sale

2%
5%

J;B
V*

IP

9% Sale

5

6

9

14

15%

Sale

8

Sale

16%

18

Sale

4% Sale

100 X

Sale

4% Sale
102% Sale

104

Sale

104

103%

Sale

103%

3%

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 20
13% Nov. 14
12% Nov. 15
12
Nov. 16
2
Nov. 15
5
Nov.
8
4% Nov. 12
5% Nov. 8
4% Nov.
8
15

Sale Prices

15% Nov. 25
13% Nov, 14
18

Nov. 29

16

Nov. 25

3% Nov. 27

11

May

Sale Prices

18
17
20

10

7
10% June 11
2

May
Oct.

28

9

Nov. 22

Feb.

8

8

Nov. 22

Sept. 20
Apr. 24
Mar. 29

10% Nov. 25

Jan.
Jan.

8
24
i3

20

9

13% Nov. 14

Feb.

Jan.

'3

3% Nov. 27
9

Jan.

8

3

Jan.

2

11% Jan.

7

10

7

Jan.

14% Nov.

8

9% Nov. 27
17% No#. 27

Nov.

1

4% Nov. 23

3% Nov. 27

4% Nov. 30

Mar.

Nov. 14

Mar.

103

Nov.

8

105% Mar.

Nov.

1

Aug.
Aug.

3

11

17% Nov. 27

2% Mar. 21

4% May 27

8% Apr.

Series B

2,000
331,000
209,000
82,000
12,000
6,000
32,000
21,000
5,000
111,000
71,000

3

♦Certificates of deposit.....

Shell Union Oil

A

1948 F

Sharon Steel Hoop s f 5%s A
Shell Pipe Line s f deb 5s

1953 M N

f deb 5s....... 1947 MN

s

D

1953 J

Shlnyetsu El Pow 1st 4Mb

J
♦♦Siemens Ac Halske sec • f g 7s.. 1935 J
1951 M S
♦Debenture s f 4 %s._
Sierra Ac San Fran Power let 5s.. 1949 F A
1946 F

♦Silesia-Blec Corp gold 6%s
Slleelan-Am Corp coll tr g

7s..... 1941 F A
1939 M P
.1950 A O

Skelly Oil debsfSHs
780,000 Socony-Vacuum Oil deb

5,000

5s... 1936 F

A

guar 60-year 5s..... 1963 A

O

South Ac Nor Ala cons guar

Gen

cons

A

85

61
57%
Sale
42%
111% 111%
29 X
33% 29%
72% Sale
81%
102% Sale 102%
101% Sale
102%
102%
102%
114
114%

48 stamped

1,297", 660

Staten 1st Ry 1st gu g 4H*.
1943 J
♦t«Sterens Hotel 1st 6s oerles A. 1945

S

A

Texas A Pacific 1st g 5s
...2000
Gen ref 5s ser B .............1977

Gen A ref 5s series C_..._ ....1979

...

1950 A O

Toi W Va & Ohio 1st guar 4s C..1942 M S
Tor Ham A Buff 1st 4s
1946 I D
Trenton Gas A Elec 1st 5s..
.1949 M 8
..

deb 5s

ser

f 7s

A'53 I

195?'
A

...1952

........

J

1943 MN
1940 MN

12,000 Truax-Traer Coal conT 654 s
40,000 Trumbull Steel 1st ■ 16s
13,000 ♦Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power 754s

24,000
17,000
32,000
1,000
49,000
170,000
266,000
284,000
136,000
31,000
236,000
70,000
728,000

UJlgawa Elec Power secured 7s..1945 M S

"8~, 666

i
g 4s
1934
J
U 8 Rubber 1st A ref 5s series A..1947 J
United Steamship 15-yr 6s
1937 M N

1,078,000

;

(Mo; g 5s--._1957 A
Union Elec LAP (III) 1st 554s
1954 J
Union El Lt A Pow

First A

Apr.

Nov. 23

Nov.

97

1

98% Nov. 30

Sale

88% Sale

82% Nov. 13

Nov. 29

Sale

Sale

1

Sale

52% Nov. 29
67% Nov .'29

Sale

Sale

"95%
37%
106

Sale
Sale

1968

1953 w
if N J RR A Canal Co gen 4s....1944 M

9
J

8

8

♦{♦United Rys St L 1st

Utica Elec Lt A Pr 1st

s

f g 6s

557,000 Utilities Pow A Ltg deb g 654s
Debenture 5s...
1,231,000
.....

168,000 Vanadium Corp (Am)
Vandalia conso!

»

conv

5s

4s A

Con sol 4s Series W

68,000 ♦♦Vera Crux & Pacific 1st 4%s
♦♦July 1914 coupon off..
♦Vertientes Sugar 7s ctfs...

J

100%
104%

J

J

Nov.

Sale

20%

July
July
July
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
July

-

Sale

100%
104% Sale

71

73

117

68%

119

18*
IIP
TP

Nov. 29

79

Nov. 25

11*
98

Nov. 29

Nov. 21

81

86

Aug. 12
Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Nov. 25

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

88

Jan.

103

June

Mar.

67
111

Nov.

Jan.
Jan.

7
10
4
30
6
8

21

16% Nov. 29
104% Feb. 15

Oct.

80% Sale
98% Sale
90

79

A

P

1934
J
D

Nov. 18

89% Nov. 25

Nov. 18
104% Nov. 29 105
118% Nov. 4 118% Nov. 4

6 73
Nov. 15 120

66% Nov.
120

Nov. 26
Nov. 15

115

Nov.

2 115

Nov.

13
39

103

Nov.

8

97%

98%

78% Nov. 27
97% Nov. 26

92%

106

Sale

92% Sale
109%
25

99%

Sale

106
17

22

99% 101*

8

33%

33
33

Sale

"24%

Sale

32%

Jan.

Feb.

Sale
Sale

130
26

Nov. 20

Nov.

24

2 119

Feb.

Apr.
Mar.

Nov.

Apr.
Jan.

Jan.

Feb. 21
1
1
Jan.
7
Nov. 15
Oct. 24
Jan.
7
Mar. 11

Aug.

Aug.

95% July
15

8

85% June 11
98% Oct. 26

81

Apr.

2

Jan.

8 103

Feb.
Oct.

94% July
Jan.

1
8

19

16

Nov. 20
Nov.

9

Nov. 26

28

Nov.

101

100
33

Nov.

101% Nov. 15

33

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

7

Nov. 14

7 104% Nov. 18
Mar.
96
2
90% Mar. 1

2
87
Jan.,
96%
104% July 16 109%
my. Sept. 24 106%
Jan. 24
25%
9 121
116% Jan.
109% Oct. 17 116
107% Jan. 17 113%
8 108%
103% Oct.
1 108
103
Apr.
113
May 18 120
2 104%
99% Jan.
105% Aug. 14 108%
Mar. 20
87
95%

107 £
25

7

Feb.

27

May 27

T*

Jan.

98

2 101

Jan.

4

Apr.
Jan.

9
15

Feb.

1

Sept.

9

Aug. 23
Oct. 25

Apr. 30
Feb.

20

July

22

Feb.

21

Aug.
July

5
8

Nov. 25

July
2
Aug. 16
Nov.

7

my. Nov. 15

8
Aug.
Aug. 21
32% Aug. 10

Feb.

B*
33

Feb.
Feb.

18
18
9

33

Nov.

134

Nov.

134

Nov.

8

120

Mar. 22

24% Nov.

27

Nov.

1

16

Aug. 15

32%.
96%

Nov.

1

32

Oct.

4

'tiff
41%

Nov. 21

65

Jan.

2

96%

Nov. 21

98

Nov. 29

98
2
69% Jan.
116
May 24 118
9
24% Jan.
66%
20% Jan. 15 63

Nov. 29

33% Nov.

Nov.

9

63% Sale
60% Sale

50% Nov.

63% Nov. 30

48

61

Nov.

119%

86% Sale
107%

Jan.

75

94

107%

June

71% Oct.

Sale

Sale

Jan.

100

Sale

84

103

Mar.

Nov.

93% Nov.

106%
106%

93%
93%
104%
59%
26%

Nov.

32

Sale

120
94

Mar.

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Sale

June 25

96% Jan. 24
104% Jan. 24
100
Aug.
1

Nov.

Sale

50%

Nov. 26
19

Jan.
7 102% July 27
963
2 118% Oct.
4
112% Jan.
112% Sept. 17 118% Nov. 14
94
70
Jan.
8
May 10

Nov.

33

106

Oct.

103

Nov. 2 115% Nov. 18
1 112
Nov.
9
Nov.
Nov. 4 105% Nov. 8
Nov. 8 105 % Nov. 18
1 115% Nov. 19
Nov.
Nov. 16 103% Nov. 5
Nov.
1
Nov. 4 107
1
Nov.
95% Nov. 25

Nov.

73

Mar.

May

97% Sept. 24

Nov.

Nov. 18

89% Nov. 25

103% Oct. 25
104
July
2
112
May 10
116% Aug. 13

Jan.

8

Nov. 18

Sale

49

m

-----

33
Sale

24

118
118% Sale
112% 115% 112%
Sale
110%
105% Sale
104%
105% Sale
104%
115% 115% 114%
102% 101%
Sale
107
106%
94% Sale
91%
110% 111%
27
28.
99
100% Sale"

22

5 121% July

72

2
95
94
Nov.
96% Nov. 6
Nov. 14 106% Nov. 27
106% 105
1 106% Nov. 29
106% 105% Nov.

94
94% Sale
104% 105% 106

Jan.

9

—

...

9
7

Jan.

4

82% Nov.
98% Nov.

May

54% Mar. 18
113

103% Nov. 7 104% Nov. 21
79% Nov. 21 83% Nov. 29

Sale

Apr.

Nov.~I§
101% Aug. 21 105
116
Jan. 11 121% Aug. 17

2

Sale

105

90% Nov. 6 92%
91% Sale
108%
105%
99
Nov. 15 99%
97% 102% 97% 100%
117% Nov. 30 117%
117% 118% 117% Sale
117
117
117
Nov. 18 118%
86
86
88
87% Nov. 25 z88
Sale
103% Nov. 6 104%
103% 103% 104
80
83
77X Nov. 4 81%
75%
87
85
80
Nov. 20
80
74%
80
78%

117

i 9
F A

22

103% 102% Nov. 22 103% Nov. 7
1
Sale
99% Nov. 15
97% Nov.
1 110% Nov.
8
111
109% Nov.

Sale

32%
93%
94%

A

18% Nov. 6
66% Nov. 13

i8i8

"25%

J

52,000 Va Elec & Power 5s series B.....1954 J D
1st & ref M 5s series A
1955 A O
99,000
21,000 Valron Goal A Coke 1st g 5s....1949 M 8
25,000 Virginia Midland general 5s.....1936 M N

For footnotes, see page 33.

1

4
55% Nov.
Nov. 12
73% Nov, 15
95% Nov. 16

75

Sale
Nov. 12
36
50% Nov. 30
105% Ip5% Nov, 29 106% Nov. 13
17
13% Nov, 15 16% Nov. 29
1 101% Nov.
6
101
Nov,

Sale
Sale

20
85

Sale

134

...1957 MN

1942

Sale

Nov.
52% Nov,

42

9

106% Sept. 11
107% Aug. 30
100% Aug. 16
9
98% July
97
July 11
9
103% Jan.
8
62% Jan.

Mar.

14
99
99
98% Nov. 12
99%
99%
114% Nov. 8 115% Nov. 4
114% 115% 114% Sale
93% Sale
89% Nov. 14 93% Nov. 29
91% Sale
Sale
91
89% Nov 13 92% Nov. 29
91%
92%
92
89% Nov. 7 92% Nov. 21
91%
4 104% Nov. 15
Sale
Nov.
105% 104
Sale
56% Nov. 22 58% Nov. 19
57% Sale
Sale
23% Sale
21% Nov. 15 23% Nov. 23
6 102
6
Nov.
102
Nov.
102
101% 102
93% Nov. 18 94% Nov. 15
94% 93%

A

1950 J

1955

M

102% 103% 103
97% Sale
98%
109% Sale
110%
114% 115% 115
103% 104% 104%
83
82%
79%
103% Sale 103%

33%
33%
33%

'47 J
..1959 If A
1941

80

TP

Sale

Sale

...

78

77

97%

107

......;.

Sale

67

76%

(Amer) deb 5s... 1950 A O

.

Mar.

Aug.

98% Sale

Sale

June 2008

United Drug Co (Del) 5s




Nov. 25

103

1967 J

.

96,660

77

D

gold 4s

United Biscuit

Mar.

»

June 2008

Gold 454*
1st lien A reJ 5s
40-year

Nov. 25

M 8

refunding 4s

M

Jan.

Nov. 12
June 17

Mar.

24
20%
118% 119
Sale
113%
110% Sale
105% Sale
104% Sale
114% Sale

-

"i",66o

J

Union Oil Cal 30-yr 6s ser A May 1942 F A
12-year 4s conv deb
1947 MN
J
Union Pac RR 1st A land gr g 4s 1947 J

5,000
59,000 ♦United Steel Wks g 654* ser A.. 1951
♦6%s series C
.......1951
16,000
♦Sinking fund deb 654o ser A..1947
27,000
2,000 United Stl Wks(Burbach) s f g 7e 1951
,244.000 {♦Universal Pipe A Rad deb 6s.. 1936
...1953
17,000 ♦Unterelbe Power A Ltg 6s
249,000 Utah Light A Trac 1st A ref 5s_.1944
1944
640,000 Utah Power A Light 1st 5s

_4~-

O

1945 A O

♦{♦Union Elet Ry Chic 1st 5s

110
103

Mar.
Mar.

73% Nov.
72% Nov.
72% Nov.

Sale

65

Gen ref s f gold 4s
.1953
Texarkana & F S Ry 5%s A guar.1950
Texas Corp oonr deb 5s
1944
Texas A N O cons g 5s ..........1943

sec s

Sept.
Jan.

Nov. 25

118%

Term RR Assn of St L 1st g 454s1939
First cons g 5s
.....
1944

♦Guar

Jan.

1 108% Nov. 15
Nov. 12
101
Nov. 25 103
Nov. 22
75% Nov. 12
4
Nov. 27
82% Nov.

107% Nov.

1
76% Sale
Sale
105
105% 103% Nov. 6
105% Nov. 30
107% 105% Sale

18%

D
Gen A ref 5« ser D.
I9R0 J
194,000
34,000 Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5 54s A..1964 M S
1960 J
162,000 Third Ate 1st ref 4s
♦Adjustment Income 5s
.Jan i960 A O
508,000
J
.15,000 Third Ate RR 1st gold 5s
..1937 J
29,000 Toho Elec Power (Ltd) 7s ser A..1955
Tokyo Eloctrlc Light (Ltd)
1st M 6« 9 Series....
.June 15 1953 J r>
216,000
176,000 Toledo & Ohio Cent ref & imp 35*8 '60 J D

7,000

102% Nov. 30
104% Jan. 14
116% Mar. 5

Nov. 25

Sale

Sale

68

1944 M 8
Tenn Elec Power 1st 6s series A.. 1947 J D

conv

103%

Oct.
Nov.

D

Tenn Copper dk Chem—•
Coot deb 6s serin* B

1,000
29,000 Tri-Contln'l Corp

18

Jan.

1

73
Sale

101

deb 6s..1945 J

West 1st g 4s...i.

June

15
16
21

Nov. 29

9

Sale

13%

82,000 Tenn Cent Ry 1st M 6s ser A or B. 1947
1951
7,000 Tenn Coal Iron A RR gen 5s

"*7,666

Mar.

29

83%
87%
77%
77%

78
S

25

Apr.
50% Feb.
July
39% Feb.
82% Nov.

Nov. 30

53

Swift & Co 1st M 35*s
...1950 M 8
1,000 Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 5s...1951 I D

46,000 Tol St L &

Sale

113

June

Nov. 18

56%
73%

151",606

331,000

77
77

June 14

Aug.

Nov. 21

5

88
76

Jan.

9

83%

Sunbury A Lewiston 1st g 4s.... 1936 M S

33,000
360,000
6,000
12,000
166,000
269,000
582,000
9,000
45,000
190,000

Sale
Sale

Nov.

Nov. 14

104% Aug. 19

Jan.

6

Nov. 13

42

Southern Ry 1st cons 5s_...
1994 J
Oerel Ac gen 4s series A.......1956 A

cont

11*

Sale

Nov. 15
Nov.

4% Nov. 30

Jan.

1955

3,217,000
Derel Ac gen 6s series A
942,000
1956 A
Derel A gen 6%s series A.....1956 A
1,437,000
23,000
Memphis DIt 1st g 6s.........1996 J
St Louis DIt 1st g 4s
58,000
1951 J
East Tenn reorg lien 5s_.
16,000
1938 M
Mobile A Ohio coll tr 4s
1938 M
591,000
91,000 Southw Bell Telep 1st A ref 5s...1954 F
83,000 {♦Spokane Internet 1st g 6s....1955
26,000 Stand Oil (N Y) deb 4%s
1951

41",660

Sale

Nov. 12

97%

1955 J

...

1,828,000 ♦Studebaker Corp

107% Sale
101% 102

Sale

93,000
s f 5s
....1941
82,000 Southern Colorado Power 1st g 6s '47
277,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug. '49 J D
1st 4^s (Oregon Lines) ser A..1977 M 8
975,000
Gold 4%s
838,000
1
194B U 8
Gold 4%s
936,000
May 1 1969 MN
Gold 4 Ms
1,812,000
1981 MN
San Francisco Term 1st 4s....1950 A O
77,000
30,000 So Pac of Calif 1st cons 5s......1937 MN
South Pac Coast guar 4s
1937 J J
8outh Pac RR 1st ref guar 4s

83

58%

South BellT Ac T 1st

973",666

87

1 103
100% Nov.
103% Nov. 18 104%
Sale
103
Nov. 25 104
84
Nov. 23 86
§£>* 58% Nov. 29 59
60
42
Nov. 16 42%
43%
112
111% Nov. 8 112
Sale
29% Nov. 30 30%
Sale
71% Nov. 8 82%
Sale
102% Nov. 4 103
1 102 £
Sale
101
Nov.
103% 102% Nov. 25 102
115%
Sale

Nov.

83% Nov.

2

107'"'Nov ."21

Nov. 30

88% Nov.

107
4
2% Nov. 18

6

Nov. 21

Nov. 25

:::::

10% Sale
""9% "Nov." 13 11% Nov. 15
105% 105% 104% 105% 104% Nov. 25 105% Nov, 2
104
Nov. 19 104% Nov.
104% Sale
104% 104
4
65
Sale
70
73
65
Nov.
70
Nov. 20
98
100
100
99% Nov. 27 100% Nov. 29
100%

66
Apr. 11
106% Oct. 29
7 107
102% Feb.
2
Mar. 18
4%

$8

Aug. 26
Feb.
Mar.

Oct.

15

Feb.

23

Oct.

29

Aug.

1
7
18

Jan.
Jan.

7
3% Feb.
104% Nov. 25

Jan.

5

Aug. 23
Aug. 22

18

4

19

May 27
12

56% May

8

M July
T*

99

4

102% Mar. 15

104

Nov. 19

Oct.

June 22
Nov. 20

DEC., 1935]

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in
November
Value

Low from

BONDS
N.

EXCHANGE—BONDS

33

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1.

July 1 1933

Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Nov.

Hfi.

1

Nov.

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

30

Lowest

Highest

Nov.30 1935
Bid

28,000 V« Ac Southwest 1st guar 5s
3003
84,000
First cons 5s.................1958
166,000 Virginian Ry 1st 5s ser A
..1962
1st mtgslHs series B ........1962
27,000

99

112*1

"4,666
2,000
11,000

605",000

term

Sale
75% Sale
64*4

run "7 o"

1939

♦Ref A gen 4Hs series C

53%
22

10%
21
.....

21

..1978

44,000
♦Certificates of deposit.....
♦Ref ft gen 5s series D
261,000
..1980
2,000
♦Certificates of deposit
57,000 J *♦ Walworth Co 4 Ha serjA (w w) 1935
19,000
♦6*4* deposit receipts.........1935
57,000
♦Without warrants.............
195,000
♦1st s f 6s series * .............1945 A O
310,000
♦Deposit receipts..

56
85
Sale

12",

'

47,000

10,000
518,000
215,000
18,000
42,000
440,000
408,000
95,000

376,000

;

"26*4

Sale

27*4

106

18*666

6

58

Nov. 27

1

29

7

25
29

Nov. 29
Nov. 21

89*4 Mar. 29
57*4 Apr.

Sale

15 102
14
71*4
45*4 Apr. 27 62*4
77
Jan. 30
83*4
12*4 Mar. 29 29

Aug.
July
June
Oct.

13
12

Apr. 18

25

Nov. 21

Mar. 25

29

Nov. 30
Nov. 21

28

Nov. 29

28

22

11*4 Mar. 29
13*4 May 16

Nov. 29
Nov. 27

28*4 Nov. 25
22*4 Nov. 16

Nov. 27

21

Nov. 14
Nov.
1

24

28*4

28

Nov. 25

11*4 Mar. 27

21

Nov. 14

22

10*4 Mar. 18

92*4

71

Nov.

69*4 Nov.

Nov. 16
Nov. 26
Nov. 25

1

90

Nov.

9
6

94

70
81

Nov.

2

81

Nov.

6

95

Nov. 25

86

Sale

83
21

Nov.

35

Nov.

89*4
28*4
41*4
38*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

26*4
Sale

37
38*4
—79
91
95

105*4

15
15
22
29

35*4 Nov.

4 105*4 Nov.

4

Nov.
Nov.

108

Nov. 29

Nov.

110*4 Nov. 12

Sale

110

95*4 Sale
105

104*4
105
107*4 106*4
28*4 Sale
34*4
28*4 Sale
33*4

Nov. 18

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 8
Nov. 20
Nov.
8
Nov.
8
Nov.
1
Nov.
Nov.

106*4

99

Sale

Sale

103*

Sale

102

Sale

101
32

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

79

33
Sale

76

1
1

Nov. 4
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 12

Sale

32*4
80

Nov. 13
Nov. 9

77*4
104
104*4
104*4
L06*4 107
106*4 107
106*4 Nov. 22
Sale
103
103*4 Sale 103*4 Nov. 9
Sale
101
L02*4 Sale
101*4 Nov. 6
97
100
98*4 101
99
97
97
99*4 97*4~Nov.""8
85
83
87
Nov. 9
88*4 83

White Sewing Mach deb 6s a w—1936
Without warrants................
1940

748,000
76,000
23,000

J 456,000

Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank......... I

49,000
105,000
3,000

16*4

Wllmar ft Sioux Falls 1st 5s

%ilson ft Co 1st M 4s

r

ser

6
6
4

6*4
5*4
4*4
7*4

Nov, 4
Nov. 6
Nov. 9
Nov. 21

5

Nov. 19

5

Nov. 20

6*4 Nov. 26
2*4 Nov. 26
3*4 Nov. 13

..I960

Sale
108
Sale

(♦Wisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4s..1949
♦Certificates of deposit.........

12*4
10*4

♦Sup ft Dul Dlr Ac Ter 1st 4s..1934 M N
♦Certificates of deposit.........

Deferred delivery sale, not included in year's

16

Nov. 14




Nov. 25

Nov. 25

95

35*4 Oct.
July

89*4 Nov.
40
May
53
' May
38*4 Nov.
80
July
94

21

Oct.

Aug.

;

"8*4"Nov.""4

7*1

Nov. 15
7*4 Nov. 18
6*4 Nov. 21

June

Jan.

98
July 19
105*4 Nov. 6

87*4 Jan.
96

Mar.
Oct.

102

Jan.

107

;

37

Apr.
Apr.
101*4 Jan.
82

Jan.

21

108*4 May 23

25
25

36*4
106*4
102*4
103*4

Mar.

100

5

106*4 July
106*4 Apr.
112
Aug.
122*4 Aug.
111*4 Mar.
122
Aug.
111*4 Mar.

115*4 Jan
106
July
114*4 Jan.
105*4 Nov.
105*4 Jan.

104

Mar.

15
28
21
29
1

10
17
12
6
19
1
11
110*4 Nov. 12

103*4 Feb.
106*4 Apr.
105

Mar.

Jan.

4

Jan.
7
Nov. 26
Nov. 20
Nov. 13
Nov. 14

3*4 Nov. 20

80

Nov. 20

3

Nov.

4

1

Nov. 21

7

Nov. 22

Nov.

8

104*4 Nov. 6
102*4 Nov. 22

"99" ""Nov." 18
88

Nov. 22

19

Nov. 20

Mar.

18
17
21
Oct. 31
June 21

31

Feb.

Aug.
74*4 Apr.
70*4 Apr.
103

107

Feb.
Feb.

Oct.

102*4 Jan.
100*4 Jan.

May 15
Nov. 22

90

Jan.

65
66

Jan.

Sept. 24

Jan.

Nov. 18

64

Apr.

July

7
36

Nov. 20

Mar. 13
Mar. 21

Nov. 20
Oct. 11

102*4 Jan.
98

Oct.

2
17

Nov. 27

104*4 Mar. 5
Mar. 2
July 16

10*4 Nov. 27
7*4 Nov. 25

Aug. 19

14 *4 ""Nov ."30
11

25

8

8*4 May

100*4 Sale
100

*
♦

Sale

101*4 Sale
101*4 Sale

99*4 Nov.
100

Nov.

Negotiability impaired by maturity.
Bond selling flat

e

Cash

*

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account is
taken in computing the range for the
year,

sales, in which no account is taken in
computing the range, are given below:
Adriatic Elec. 7s 1952. Nov. 25 at 51.

QPA

irlTTOTl

KfllftW

Bergen 5s 1960, Nov. 22 at 100*4.
Buenos Aires 6s ser G-2, Nov. 1 at 91.
Calif. Packing 5s 1940, Nov. 1 at 104*4.

4 101*4 Nov. 30
2 101*4 Nov. 29

Mar. 20

89*4 Apr.
89*4 Apr.

-,V

81*4 Nov. 22
95*4 Nov. 25

48*4 Mar.
31

:

Nov. 26

94

82*4 Mar.

16
Nov. 6
18*4 Nov. 20
4354 Nov. 14 47*1 Nov. 2
8 106*4 Nov. 15
98*4 Nov. 2 99*1 Nov. 14

range.

t Accrued interest payable at the exchange
rate of $4.8665 to the l sterling.
t Companies reported as being in bankruptcy,
receivership, or being reorganized under Section 77
of the Bankruptcy Act, or securities assumed by
such companies.

90

10
18
21

Nov.15
Nov. 14

May

8

Nov. 30
Nov. 27

Nov. 27
Nov. 25

J

Low

on New York Curb,
Gash sale not Included in year's range,
Under the role sale, not included in year's

2

26

4*4 Nov. 14

107"" 106*4 Nov.

A...... 195

range.
a

17*4 Sale

19

Sale

609,000 Toungstown Sheet ft To 1st 5s A1978
645,000
1st M 5s series B
1970

*

1754

1938

♦Worcester ft Conn East Ry 4*4*1943 J

n

16*4

16*4

(♦Wickwlre-Spen St'I Co 7s. Jon 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.........
Wilkes-Barre ft Bast 1st gu g 5s.1942

Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s

398,666

J

Jan.

80

105*4 Nov.

110

33

48*4 Sept.
30
May
36*4 Mar.
59*4 Aug.

24

91

Nov.

Nov. 19

Sale

Nov. 29

1

110*4 Nov.

105

20
13
26
25

Nov.

Sale

107 \

A...1946

7

Feb.

21

108
119

Sale

Oct.

53

25

121

Sale

98*4 Nov. 15
82*4 Nov. 30
65

10*4 Mar. 18

Nov.

96

27

Nov. 21

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

104*4

28
3

Feb.

25

Nov. 30

Nov.

105

Jan.

98*4 Jan.

(♦Wlckwlre-Spencer Steel 1st 7s.1935
115,000

4

Jan.

Nov.
1
Nov. 21

21

110*4 111*4 110*4
119
121*4 123
107
109
106*4
119
119*4 120
118*4
107*4 108
112*4 105*4

g 4s..1949

f deb 6s

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

♦Assented......................

s

56
22

l'll%

Western Union coll tr 5s........1938
Fund Ac real est 4 H» gold
1950

Partic

Nov. 18

119

113,000 Wheeling Steel Corp 1st BHa A..1948
1st and ref 4*4s series B.......1953
222,000

41,000

66

107

West N Y ft Penn 1st g 5s_..__._1937
General gold 4s
...........1943

con

99*4 Nov. 29

Sale

25*4

92*4

West Maryland 1st g 4s...
...1952
First ft ref 5 His series A......1977

ErieRR 1st

Nov. 18

81*4 Nov. 22
95*4 Nov. 25

39

79

1st 5s aeries G
........1956
1st mtge g 4s series H.........1961

Wheel ft L

66

21*4 Nov.
Sale

Sale Prices

9 101*4 Nov. 13

May

63*4 July 19 84
110*4 Mar. 13 113
103*4 June
3 106

53*4 Jan.-. 24

85

29*4

26

Sale

..2000

.....

3"0",000

Sale
-

94

25

Sale

209,000
15-year 6*4s gold....
1936
320,000
Gold 5s
1951
905.000
Gold 5s
I960
54,000 ♦Westphalia Un El Pow4s.......1953
163,000 West Shore 1st 4s guar.........2341
39,000
Registered....
2361
Wheeling ft Lake Erie Ry 4s D..1966
'

"29""

Sale

Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s.........1948
Wash Term 1st guar 3H»--1945

ser

84

Sale

Sale

conr

(♦Western Pacific 1st 5s

98*4 Nov. 15
82*4 Nov. 30

90

35,000 Westchester Light gold 5s
..1950
75.000 West Penn Pow 1st 5s series A
1946
6,000
1st 5s series E................1963

V

1
1

91

1st 40-year guar 4s
.......1945
000 Wash Wat Pow 1st ref 5s .......1939

y

70

58

27*4

84*4

......

*7",000

99*4 Nov. 29

102

67*4

"§4*4 i:n:

deb 6sl939 M S
280,000 (♦Warner Quintan con* deb 6s. .1939 M S
302,000 ♦Wan en Bros Co deb 6s.....
1941 M 8

.

95*4 Nov.
75*4 Nov.

—-

21

........

13,000
Deposit receipts.....
2,000 Warren R R 1st ref gu g 3*4«

98*4 Sale
82*4 Sale
65*4

22 H
Sale

Sale Prices

Nov. 20 101*4 Nov. 13
Nov. 23
Nov.
1 79
Nov. 30 112*4 Nov. 7
Nov. 21 105*4 Nov. 2

27

!?*

21

...

669,000 Warner Bros Pictures

100*4
71*4
111*4
103*4

95

1941

Omaha D1t 1st g 3Hs......... 1941
Tol 9c Chic Dlr 1st g 4s
1941

(♦Wabash Ry ref Ac gen 5H» A..1975
18,000
♦Certificates of deposit......
452,000
♦Ref Ac gen 5s (Feb *32 coup) B.1976
5,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........

597,000

78

112*4 111*4 Sale

95 *4

4s. 1954

Des Moines Diy 1st g 4s

Ask

100
77

105 *4 105*4 103*4 104

303,000 IWabesh RR 1st gold 5s........1939
* Second
128,000
gold 5s..........
.1939
1st lien 50-year gold
Det ft Ch Ex 1st g 5s

Ask Bid

101

71*4 Sale

5 101*4 Nov. 30
4 101*4 Nov. 29

Hungarian Oon. Munic. 7s 1940, Nov. 18 at
26*4.
Montecatini Min. & Agr. 7s, Nov. 7 at 72*4.
Pan Amer. Petrol. 6s ctfs. 1940, Nov. 20 at 39*4.
Paris-Orleans 5*4s 1968, Nov. 1 at 141*4.
Penn RR. 4s 1943. Nov. 1 at 109*4.
Rio Grande Jet. 5s, Nov. 9 at 90.

.

oV'\

•?'' •>

.."t:

■

•'

(■y c s.

C

'

'c

>

T

I s;\.

V

Shares.

November

1

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30--.,

!

Exchange, effective Oct. 3 1915. all stocks are now

SALES

AGGREGATE

Since

In

November
Shares
V
360

Jan.

510

i

-

66,800

3,300
249,100
76,500
32,000
38,100
22,100
15,700
33,600
2,700
246,600
10,000
96,000
214.600
17,600
18,500
5,200
27,800
7,500
52,500
28,000
320

53,300
2,600
102,800
46,700
25,200
1,800
4,400

Prices are on basis of 100-shars

_

outside of the

'

Nov.SO 1935

Par

7,100
80,400
109,900

T.6I6
72,000
1,500
151,100
19,400
25,000
17,200
4,100
89,200
13,000
29,300
12,100
2,800
86,900
72,400
21,400
51,400
47,400
5,300
55,200
1,300
3,600
179,600
46,100
43,600
523,800
560

263,800
2,500
68,400
2,320
135,300
3,500
7,900
2,800
140

101,600
970

8,500
16,000
1,500
18,700
86,500
12,300
33,500
4,800
4,500
2,960
286.300
2.000
49,300
77,900

10,100
11,400
15,400
1,200

?71%

Nov. 20

Mar. 18

7

Sept. 20

Nov.

1

Nov,

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 6
1 173
9
25* Nov. 30

Nov. 30

1
4
4

Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.

1

Nov. 30

j* Mar. 30
25* Mar. 21
2

Nov. 22

Sale

135*

Nov.

1

Nov. 30

Nov.

9

Nov. 30

Sale

5

_

Nov. 25

Sale

Sale

Nov.

4

Nov. 30
Nov.

6

Nov.

Apr.
3
25*
Sept. 26 74
Oct. 17 x20%
June 24
35*

25* Nov.

28

Nov. 27

Mar. 18 173

13 J* Nov.

Sale

Nov. 26

185* Oct. 26
85* Feb. 11

Sale

25*
Sale
Sale

k

20

Sale

Sale

3

Sept. 26
Jan.

9

Jan.

8

Nov. 25

135* Nov. 30
135* Nov. 30
135* Nov. 30
Nov. 30
32

Mar. 27

15* Mar. 28
65* Apr.
2
21
Jan. 12

305* June
Sept.
Oct.
Apr. 18 129
Nov.
ar.;13
June 17
755* Oct.

8

19

Sale

Sale
275* Nov. 27
Sale
1585* Nov. 4
Nov. 21
127 % 126
Nov.
1
Sale
Sale
715* Nov. 29

Sale

Sale

325* Nov. 29

Nov. 14

Sale

1
17
3
31

Nov. 27

Nov. 18

Nov. 27

T4

Nov. 18

6
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 30

Nov. 20

Mar. 13

22*

Nov. 20

Nov.

6

Nov. 26

Nov.

2

Sale
Sale
128
Sale

17 5*

Sale

Sale
Sale

3

Sale

31

Sale

74

Sale

Sale

535* Sale
37% Sale

Sale

64

38%

128
142
Sale
158 % 162
23 % Sale
53% Sale
25% Sale
110
112

128
Sale

91 %

Sale

>v.

4

Mar. 13

Nov. 29

25* Mar. 14
June 25

26

Nov. 29

485* Jan. 11
415* June
135* Jan. 12

Nov. 14

43

1

Nov. 20

21

6

119

1405* Nov. 26
Nov. 15
157

Nov. 20

110

Nov. 29

235* Nov. 1
535* Nov. 1
245* Nov. 13

Nov. 20

110

Nov. 12

Nov. 21

88

Nov. 29

No.

127

Sale
Sale

111
Sale

Nov.

Nov. 12

Nov. 18
Nov. 26

35
5% Sale
335* Sale
135* Sale

30

83

"7%

305* Sal©

85* Nov. 19
35% Nov.
185* Nov. 27

55* Nov. 1
285* Nov. 18
135* Nov.
1

20
21
26

Nov. 29

Nov. 14

Jan. 11
70
Mar. 29
415*
Jan.
8 129
Jan. 15 1495*

4 168
10
Mar. 13 325*
255* Mar. 13 645*
8
Jan. 30
305*
38
Jan. 11 115
66
Feb.
8 96

Nov. 14
Nov

20

6

Nov.
Oct.

22

May

3

Nov. 20
Nov. 18
Nov. 26
Nov. 21
June

8

Aug.

Mar. 26
25* Mar. 14
225* Mar. 18

30

S6%

Oct.

18
31

38-/4 Nov. 29
775* Nov. _6
Feb. 16

1515* Jan.

Nov.

35% Nov.

Sale

Sale

Tov. 20

Nov. 14

Sale

127

7

4

11*

695*

65

lov.

Nov., 2

Sale

35% Sale

Mar. 18 173

Nov. 20

Nov

2

84

Sale

Nov. 19
Nov.

2

Feb.

5

Nov. 27

Jan.

17

2

Sept. 13

Aug.

Nov. 21

1

Nov. 13

Nov. 21

Nov

1

Nov. 25

May 24

Nov.

1

Nov. 15

Apr.

Sale

Nov,

4

Nov. 20

Mar. 13

Mar.fclS

87

Sale

25* Sale

Sale

8

Jan.

3

Sale

*18
105*

I*

27

Sale
12

Sale

il*
24

Nov. 27
Nov. 13

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 13

Nov. 19

Mar. 30

Aug. 17
Aug. 17
Aug. 12
Aug. 19
Aug. 12

Sale

i*

14

Sale

Nov.

6

Nov. 19

Apr. 18

Oct.

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

Oct.

15

Nov. 29

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

Oct.

14

Nov. 29

1

Sale

Sale

65*

6%

9

Nov. 20

2

Mar. 14

5

28

Sale

24 H

Sale

37

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 22

Apr. 12

Sale

3

Sale

Nov. 12

Nov. 25

Oct.

16

Jan.

Nov. 19

Nov. 25

Oct.

17

Feb.

16

Mar. 18

Nov

22

lis
4%

Sale
Sale

Sale

32
12

Sale

3

Sale

3

10

12H
63

20 5*
15*
10 %
8%

95*
107 5*
12%
33 5*
2

15_

Sale

Sale

130

20%
Sale

11*
foV>
8*
W*
30

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Nov. 20

Mar. 13

Nov. 20

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 19

Nov.

q303*

Sale

11
Sale

42

Sale

353* Sale
213* Sale

Sale

Sale
■C 92

17

Sale

Sale

lo8

Nov. 22

Nov. 22

1263* 1275*
35%
365*
7% Sale
Sale

150

155
293* Sale
Sale
94

Mar. 19

Nov. 19

1

Nov. 18

Mar. 14

Nov. 18

Nov. 13

Nov. 22

Apr.

4

Nov. 22

8

Nov. 20

Apr.

4

Nov. 20

Nov. 13

Nov. 22

Mar. 15

Nov. 29

Nov. 12

Jan.

2

Nov

6

Nov. 25

Jan.

3

Nov. 25

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 22

12

8

Nov.

8

Mar. 13

Nov.

22

Nov.

8

Mar. 13

Nov. 27

Nov.

8

Mar. 13

Nov. 20

Mar. 13

Aug. 12
Aug. 12
Nov. 20

Nov. 29

I Nov
Nov.

1

Mar.

Nov. 13

Nov.

1

Sept. 28

Nov.

1

Nov. 16

Mar. 18

Nov. 16

Nov.

4

Nov. 14

Mar. 14

July

6

2b

Sale

18

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov.

8

Mar. 12

Nov.

8

Sale

23

24

Nov.

2

Nov. 25

Mar. 14

Jan.

7

Sale

Nov. 12

Nov. 22

Apr.

144
Sale

Nov. 14

Nov.

2

Nov. 12

Nov.

6

705*
715*
1395* 1295* 1345*

No\. 29

Nov.

4

Nov. 22

Nov. 13

Feb. 20

July

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 14

Mar. 14

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

Feb.

Nov. 14
Nov. 29

Sale

Sale

Nov. 22

Nov.

Sale

Sale

I Nov. 30

Sale

285*
71

605
1425* 1425

57
43

Sale

106

175*

104

Sale

Sale

1385*

3

Nov. 22

Feb.

4

Feb.

14

May
Aug.

Jan.

16

June 26

4

1

Apr.
Oct.

4

Jan.

3

Jan.

19

9

Feb.

18

Nov.

8
6

Jan.

4

Nov. 20

Nov. 26

16

May

6

Nov. 22

Nov. 14

29

Nov. 14

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

Mar. 18

Nov. 29

Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

Nov. 19

Apr.

3

Nov. 19

Sale

Sale

Nov. 29

Nov

1<0 5*

Nov.

1

Nov. 19

Jan.

a5%

1
6

Nov. 20

Mar. 18

Nov. 19

Mar. 15

2

Nov. 21

Mar. 13

Nov. 20

Sale

Sale

Sale

26

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov.

18

Mar. 21

Nov. 18

18

Nov. 19
Jan.

18

Nov. 19

21;

Nov. 21

Nov. 12

Mar. 19

Nov. 12

*

Sale

Sale

; Nov.

4

Nov. 19

Mar. 13

Nov. 19

100

Sale

Sale

Nov.

4

Nov. 19

Mar. 18

Sale

Nov.

8

Nov. 30

Mar. 29

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 30

Mar. 15

Sale

Sale

; Nov.

i

Nov. 21

Sale

45

Nov.

8

Mar. 13
Mar. 20

•

...

$6

preferred—......—*
Amer Zinc, Lead Ac Smelt... 1
....

75* Nov.

37

82
Sale

•

1st preferred

For footnotes see page

Nov. 27

————100

Preferred

Preferred.

Nov. 26

8

Sale

51.600 tAm Writing Paper Co. Inc.l

43,530
86,360
11,300

6
4

Nov. 29

I Nov.
i
Nov.

American Woolen

745* Nov. 15
105* Nov. 22
965* Nov. 8

Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov.

51

Alleghany

Am Wat Wks At El

291,900
505,200

Jan.

Nov.

98

»
428,400 Amer Steel Foundries
Preferred
100
9,310
67,800 American Stores......
144,300 American Sugar Refining.100
Preferred .............100
22,000
162,600 Am Sum Toh
100
1,008,215 Amer Telep Ac Teleg
25
127,700 American Tobacco
Class B
25
357.900
Preferred
....100
24,700
tAmer Type Founders
•
34,500
Preferred

Apr.

Sale

2,379,500 Am Radiator Ac Stand San..*
2,620
Preferred..
—.100
1,447,100 Am Rolling Mill
25
48,700 American Safety Razor
•
222,000 American Seating
..._»
16,590 American Shipbuilding
•
1,602.000 Amer Smelt Ac Refining, —
35,100
Preferred
. ..
]«(
54,400
2d Preferred.......
..100
36,500 American Snuff
25
1,570 "iPreferred.
.. 100

28,890

Sale Prices
3 52% Nov.20
Oct. 23
10 116

Sale

30
County, N J
..25
14,700 American Colortype....... 10
403,500 Am Com Alcohol
....20
561,400 Amer Crystal Sugar Co
10
28,300
7% 2d pref
100
6,990
6% 1st preferred
100
294,600 Amer Encaustic Tiling ..._.»
13,100 Am European Securities
*
> 896,100 Am 8c Foreign Powers
...»
258,600
Preferred
..._...*
'173,700
2d pref A
*
107,100
Preferred (6)
*
37,800 Am Hawaiian Steamship
10
146,300 Ai^jfcfvH'de Ac Leather new._l
22,100
6% preferred new
50
201,200 Amer Home Products
...1
132,000 American Ice
....
»
36,500
Preferred
100
363,820 Amer Internat Corp
»
328,600 Amer Locomotive ....
*
92,500
Preferred
100
303,800 km Mach Ac Foundry—_....*
194,800 Amer Machine Ac Metals....*
45,100
Voting trust ctfs
*
371,200 American Metal
...
♦
t
17,450
6% Conv preferred-....100
9,100 American News N Y Corp...*
1,381,000 Amer Power Ac Light
..»
601,000
$6 preferred
•
601,200
$5 preferred
•

1,580,500
40,200

32
110

745* Nov. 15

Nov. 12

Highest

-

June 25
45* Mar. 15
845* Jan. , 2
28
June
6
8
Jan. 12

1

Nov.

Sale

Preferred..............100
•

of

Lowest

Nov. 12

Sale
Sale

v;




52

50

1145*

Adams MUlla

Co

1

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
Prices
Nov. 18
523* Nov. 20
Nov. 26 1145* Nov.
2

Ask

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Abraham Ac Straus....-...-*
Preferred.
........
...100
Acme Steel Co.........—25
Adams Express
....
*

Coal

RANGE SINCE JAN.

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

N.T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Am

£•

$250,094,000
3,453,362,700

July 1 1933

Addressograph Multlgraph 10
Advance Rumely
Affiliated Products.........*
Air Reduction Inc
....
•
Air-Way Elec ApplI Corp
*
10 Alabama Ac Vicksburg Ry.100
589,600 Alasaa Juneau Uold Mln.10
17,800 A P W Paper Co..
.»
595,200 tAllegheny Corp...........*
127,300
Pref series A $30 warr'ts .100
47,600
Pref series A $40 warr'ts 100
50,600
Pref series A $30 ex-war .100
37,600
$2.50 prior conr pref.....*
106,200 Alleghany Steel
....._._.*
252,900 Allied Chem Ac Dye
•
22,800
Preferred..
...
100
729,300 Allied Stores Corp..
_.._.*
64,500
5% preferred
...100
957,000 Allls Chalmers Mfg
*
214,600
Rights when Issued
....
63,000 Alpha Portland Cement
_•
88,600 Amalgamated Leather...
1
16,000
Preferred
.....
50
264,400 Amerada Corp,
..*
137,200 Amer Agrlc Chemical (Del).*
464,300 American Bank Note...
10
15,431
Preferred
50
1C2.900 Am Brake S Ac F
•
7,200
Preferred
...
100
503,100 American Can..
.....
25
20,300
Preferred
100
362,700 Amer Car At Foundry..
'._*
15i,300
Preferred
100
119,700 American Chain...........*
24,000
Preferred
....
..100
'47,800 American Chicle
•

920

•-iv.

quoted dollars per share.

•

v

Low from

STOCKS

1

2,890
1,660
36,200
635,750
3,960
94,700
233,300
157,900
91,400
140,600
77,700

9,600
24,400
.12,100
12,400
15,700
25,800

V

;

;

disregarded In the month's range, unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when selling
the month In whloh they occur. No account Is taken of suoh sales In computing the range for the year.

Shares

120
5.500
172,100

r

•

r

NOTICE.—Cash and deferred delivery sales are

regular monthly range are shown In a footnote In

—4r'

Jan. 1 to

C; 300,248,022

which sell only In a small way.

1934

1935
$301,977,000
Nov. 30---™—3,025,029,000

Bond Sales

/V

November

20,870,861

57,459,775
336,046,435

Inaocordance with a rule of the Stock

except In the »se of stocks

ots

v

1934

1935

,

DURING NOVEMBER 1935.

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES
Oodfc Safes

i

■

25

915*

1

92

i

43.

."

■.

tr

Nov. 21

Nov. 19
Jan. 18

I Jan. 18
I May 23

Aug. 21

N. Y. STOCK

Dae., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In

460

1,600
10,000
90

1,700
207,500
17,900
500

41.800

50,000
1,600

700

700
180

149,600
8,700
129,500
4,190
7,500
73,700

7,300
450

39,200
108,900
23,800
1,440

157",500
313,600
48,200

230,900
61,700
210

5,800
200

31.100
2,150
254,100
12,300
150

19,900
1,700

5,500
6,500
1,240
54,500
31,100
54.600
1,930

16,400
38,100
59,200
46,800
60,200

414",400
4,700
10,400
.,780

,

•

40,600
107,300
18,300
1,600
7.400
3,500
2,400
110

87,100
55.100

3,910
7,100
64,600

190,900
600

4,400

Sale

Sale

Sale

9 34

Sale'
92

3834
Sale

35%

5334
1934

86
Sale

Sale

a?*
Sale
Sale
Sale

8X
Sale

754
42

:

2534

33

Sale

115

163i
Sale
22;
110
108;
45
44!
11434 Sale

Sale
9

Barker Bros..

.........100

5

Corp

*

..........100
Creamery........25

1st preferred.

Beatrice

.......100

Preferred..

50

Bel ding-Hemingway.

14

A"
80
8 H
55
27

ll"

Bethlehem Steel

21H

7% preferred

44 H

1434

...... ..

Bloomlngd ale Bros......—*

16

....100

65

pref....100

28

........

Blumenthal Ac Co

Boeing Airplane Co w 1.....5
Bohn Alum At Brass Corp..

6 34

Canadian

Cannon

Pacific

Mills

25
*

Capital Admin Co Ltd c A--1

....10
Car Clinch F Ac Ohio Ry..l00
Stamped
........ .100
Case (J I) Co.
100
Pref 7%
100
Caterpillar Tractor
*
Celanese Corp of America—*
tCelotez Co
*
Preferred class A

22*

Sale

"96""

Sale

3634

fi*

Sale
82

Sale

20 3i

Sale

5434
40 34

20

Sale

Sale

54

Sale

Sale

48.
1193-

Sale

10934 Sale
24

Sale

13%

Sale

20 X

*7934
88

23

Sale

Sale

2434

2134
11134

85

Jan.

2

Nov. 19

2534 July

19

Nov, 29

Nov.

2




Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20
6
25
29
30
30
30
15
7
7
16
25
18

Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.

Mar. 12

48

2954 Feb.

16

Mar. 29

Apr.
Mar.

Mar.

6

2034 Oct.
3234 Apr.

10654 Jan.
Mar.

4

Mar,
534 May
3534 May
15

Mar.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

24

ft*

79

Sale

25 X

Sale

41
4034
2634 Sale
6234 Sale
734 Sale

5934 Sale
Sale

134
1434
5434
5334
4134
2X
2434
4234
9734

IX
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58

Sale

Sale

60

Sale

63

134 Sale
1534 Sale
51

Sale

4834
4134
334

50
Sale
Sale
3234
Sale

9934

1334

Sale
Sale

83-8 Sale
1534 Sale

89

Sale

94

734 Sale

10

Nov. 19

Nov. 25

Mar. 12

Nov.

Mar. 18 115
Feb. 25
June 21

Sale

834 Sale

Sale

82

Sale

Sale
Sale

234
1234
1434
2134
134
134
834

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
134
Sale
834

26

Sale

Sale

2134 Sale
1 ■
134
34
34
734
734
2534 Sale

Nov. 25

1

Nov. 25

Nov.

Jan.

Nov. 16

Nov.

7

Nov. 25

Nov. 16

Nov. 25

Jan.
Oct.

3

Mar. 27

Apr. 30
Feb.
Jan.

7

Nov.

7

Nov. 20

Nov.

6
7
17

May 25
Apr. 18
May
9

Nov. 19

2

Mar. 15

Nov.

Nov. 14

Jan.

54 34-Nov.

Nov.
8
Nov. 29

Mar. 18

97

60

Nov.

4

Mar. 11

Nov.

1

1134 Nov. 29

July
July

24
5

634 Nov.

1
7

834
1634
9434
934
8534

19

Mar

14

1334 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

6834 Nov.
34 Nov,
934 Nov.

6
4
1

10

1

Nov. 29

2034 Nov. 13
34 Nov. -4
34 Nov. 4

Nov. 16

Nov.

7

Nov.

7

Nov.

9

25

Nov.

4

Nov. 25
Nov. 22

3

Mar. 15

19
26
22
25

1
1

89

Mar. 22
Mar. 15

Mar. 14

Sept.
Mar.
May
Mar.
34 July
34 Mar.

34
234
334
834

Nov. 29

4 Nov. 26

8'34 Nov. 26
28

Nov. 23

11
21
13
13
9

20

Mar. 16

3

Nov. 25

84

1334 Mar. 14

18
4754 July 17
Nov.
8

27%

65 X Oct.

134 Sale
434
634
1534
234 Sale
34 Sale

18

16!

Sale

53

57

35

Sale

2

734
16

Sale

Sale
Sale

334 Sale
134 Sale
1834 Sale
59
63
Sale

17$
IF

n4

9454 Nov. 26
9X Nov. 22
8534 Nov. 25
Nov. 25

3

1434
1454
2434
234

Nov. 22
Nov. 29

Nov. 16

Jan,
Jan.

Nov. 22

13

Nov. 19

20

Nov. 21

Mar. 14

2054

Jan.

64

Nov. 21

Mar. 14

64

Nov. 21

34 Nov.
1734 Nov.
57
Nov.

14

Sale

12

1
4
4

Nov.

Sale

Sale

85

:

3934
Sale
47

90

92

125

5634 Sale
2934 Sale

"9

3834 Nov. 16
Zl
6

2634 Sale
49

834

53

834
10234

6034 Sale
634 Sale
64

Sale

6634
Sale

4434

4534

4434 Sale
134

134

134
134

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

3334 Nov.
1434 Nov.

2
1

"l234"No"v."l8

Nov.

3834 Nov.
1234 Nov.
4534 Nov.

40

Nov.

4

14

Nov.
Nov.

10

3034 Aug.

88

Nov. 18

97

Nov. 29

Sale

5134 Sale
134
134
23a Sale

55

Nov. 29

55

Nov. 29

26

Nov.

48

Nov. 13

4

91

7

Nov. 23

Nov.

56

834 Nov. 25

934
101
Nov. 15 [0234
57
Nov. 12 6234
1
634 Nov.
834

Nov. 25
Nov.
Nov.

6

7

Apr. 26
~ Nov. 29

2234 Feb. 13
Mar. 18

34

634 July 31

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

:

Aug. 29

July

18

7
3554 Jan.
2134 Nov. 18
3934 Sept. 27
29
May
8
6234 Aug. 17

1234 Jan.

16

2
Mar. 14 10934 Jan.
Jan. 15
6354 Aj)r. 25
Mar. 13
Nov. 19
Mar. 12
Oct. 28

el*

6

68

4

1834 Nov. 29
6134 Nov. 27

36

2

53

3734 Mar. 12

Nov. 18

134 Nov. 22

2
7
5
9
15

Nov.

7

234 Nov. 25

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

7

8

Feb.

48
88
95

Nov.

Nov. 18

18
3

3|

Jan.

7

1

Jan.

654 Oct.

42

14

62

134 Nov.

3
7

June
1
Mar. 21

Nov. 30

55

Nov.
Nov. 19

Nov. 25

21

Jan.

3354
1654
5634
1334

4454 Nov.
4434 Nov.

!8

22

Nov. 22

Mar. 18 11134 Nov. 16
6
Apr. 11 12634 Nov.
Jan. 16
Nov.
8
60

_

3034 Nov. 20
2134 Nov. 18
6234 Nov. 21
2734 Nov. 23

334 Jan.
1034 Jan.
2234 Jan.

Feb. 25
Feb. 27
Mar. 20

30

.1134 Nov. 16
.2634 Nov. 6
60

1

July
8
Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Sept. 27
50
Apr.
9
854 Oct.
2

6

48

8
3

X
234
734
834

8934

59
27
53
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

21

3

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

,f

Nov, 12

2

3434
34
434
2534

3934 Sale
1234 Sale
46
4634

t

Mar. 28
Mar. 12
June
3

Sale
Sale

5334

23

Nov. 23

28

Nov. 29

5

Apr.
34 Apr.

25

Nov. 26

9$

17

Sale

Sale

1

7

26
Nov 20
Oct. 26
Oct. 26
4154 Oct. 26
5
334 Jan.
3234 Nov. 20
4654 Aug. 10
100
Aug.
8
7134 Aug. 13
63 X Aug.
2
12534 Apr. 11
Nov. 29
Nov. 19
1634 Nov. 19
Oct.

134 Nov. 6
534 Nov. 20
1334 Nov. 18

34
34
534 Sale
2934 Sale

351

1NOV. zv
234 Nov. 20
734 Nov. 29

22

Sept.

8

•»

14

5
8

1634 Oct.

5934 Jan.
31 100
July

Mar. 29
Jan. 15

7

Nov.

Nov. 14
June 19

10

Nov. 20

234 Nov.
2334 Nov.
4034 Nov.

2734 Sept. 30
17

June

40

7
May It)

Nov. 16

2334 Aug. 16

Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov. 25

22 112

Mar. 13
Mar. 18

1

Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov.

19

July

2734 Nov. 8
6434 Nov. 25
734 Nov. 22

Nov.

Nov. 25

Jan.

4

48

May

Mar. 14

Nov. 14

Nov.

9
8

4934 Aug.

June

5234 Nov. 16
9634 Nov. 15
42

Sept. 11
2334 Nov. 25
11034 Nov. 19

5 10834 June 18
6 3334 Sept. 24

Mar. 19

6

Nov. 14

15

Nov. 20

2
95
Sept. 12
14X Nov. 15
Sept. 19 11734 Mar. 7
Mar. 13
2434 Oct. 21
Mar. 13 2134 Nov. 25
Jan. 30
5734 Nov. 7
Mar. 18
5134 Nov. 19
Mar. 18
12134 Nov. 16

2334 Nov. 18

uslH

9

Jan.

Mar. 18

Nov.
7
Nov. 19

Nov.

Sept. 9
Nov. 16
Oct. 21
Jan.
2
Jan.
2
Jan.
3
Nov. 30

Feb.

Nov. 29

Nov.

7

Nov.

18

Mar.
6
Mar. 14
Jan.
11 115
Oct. 10
2034

7

Nov. 13

Nov.

654
3654

y*

Nov. 18

134 Nov.
1434 Nov.
5034 Nov.

""734 Sale" *1134 Sale

34
934

3

51

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

18,.

69

26

Mar. 12
Mar 13
Feb. 21

12134
2734

Nov.

1234
4634
9434
4034
2534
5734
534

Sx

634

Feb.

Apr.

it*
IV

Nov.
Nov.

"92"

5

Nov. 25

3334 Nov. 6
94 X Nov. 8
1434 Nov. 15

Nov.

109

6

3
3 4834
2 115
13
1534
18 4534
6 14
7 63
13
534
10
434

Nov. 20

107

10034 Nov.
8834
1334
8034
2034
1834
5434
3934

234 July

2034 Nov. 16

Nov.

33

21

3534 Mar. 28

Nov. 21

113

102

43.

Nov. 19

6

334 Mar. 15
Apr. 25
734 Mar. 13
8034 Apr.
3

70

1334 Nov. 25

.....100

For footnotea see page

2

"434 "Nov."30

55

2734 Nov. 29
,1634 Nov. 30

760,300 Chesapeake Ac Ohio....... 25
100
3,700 JChlc Ac East 111 RR..
0% preferred
100
17,300

Nov.

I
88

Sale
Sale.
Sale

10,400 Checker Cab...............5
168,300 Chesapeake Corp.......—*

934 Nov. 14
90

Mar.

4

115

12334 Nov. 18

Preferred..

Nov. 22

Nov. 22
Jan.
4
Apr. 26
Nov. 25
52
Aug.
1
12234 Jmy 1
10834 Nov. 20
634 Jan.
3
7034 Jan. 10
110
Jan. 30
4434 Nov. 19
934 Nov. 29
934 Oct. 21
90
Nov. 2
1834 Nov. 19
109
Sept. 18
9334 Nov. 20
4034 Aug. 7
5734 July 29
91
June 26
3734 Jan.
4
1534 Nov.30
1834 Nov.30
28
May 16

534
3634
1734
2334
11034
4534

234 Nov.
2434 Nov.
14
Nov.
1834 Nov.
107
Nov.
4334 Nov.
11334 Nov.
834 Nov.
7234 Nov.
1034 Nov.
4934 Nov.
11034 Nov.

1334 Nov.
2234 2034 Nov.
11134 Nov.

Sale

6

"3 34"Nov.* "6

Sale

84
Sale

3
3
1

Nov. 30

Nov.

91
Sale

870

Jan. 16
Aug. 22

36
117
97

2
1

Nov.

123

1,396,200 Cerro de Pasco Copp........*
177,900 Certain-Teed Prod.......—*
7% preferred...........100
31,300

1

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

734 Nov. 1
834 Nov. 20

100
40

L24

....

Nov.

Nov. 29

26

1 3634
1034 Sept. 25 1754
9634 Oct.
2 109
334 Mar. 21
1034

Apr.
334 Apr.
5534 May

L0154 Sale

1,370

1

Nov. 25

Mar. 13

8

1634 Apr.

Nov. 25

14,350
513,400
1,162,800
18,300
5% preferred..
—100
1,600
117,800 Central Agulrre Associates.*
100
29,000 Central RR of N J
38,700 Century Ribbon Mills.....

i* 999,700

44

Nov.

Nov. 12

Sale

96

573,300 Burroughs Add Mach.......*
IBush Terminal Co.........*
7% debenture
100
36,600
.15,810 Bush Term Bldgs—
Pref ctfs of deposit.....100
8,100
147,800 Butte Copper Ac Zinc. ......5
.......*
65.900 t Butterick
*
269,300 Byers Co
Preferred...
.........100
8,260

Campbell W At C Foundry...*
Canada Dry Ging Ale...
5
Canada Southern
...100

106

3634
Sale

Sale

*
119,900 Bru ns wick-Balke-Coll...
10
167,100 Bucyrus-Krie Co
Conv preferred
.......5
219,100
Preferred (7)
.,...100
8,430
*
846,600 Budd (E G) Mfg
Preferred 7%..........100
■V
80.510
Rights
440,300
*
1,366,900 Budd Wheel.......
*
4 63,800 Bulova Watch
•
294,900 Bullard Co
Burns Brothers class A ....*
j 19,500
Class B
*
15,420
Preferred
.....100
22,260

..*

104

95
42

...—5

Callahan Zinc-Lead... .....1

33

Sale

Brooklyn Ac Queens Transit.*
Preferred
*

Calumet 8c Hecla Cons Cop 25

1005

1834 Sale

49

Briggs Ac Stratton.—......*

Calif Packing Corp

Sale

Sale

33 34

Briggs Manufacturing .... .

Bristol-Myers Co

Sale

1354 Sale
8234

21

Preferred..

80

Sale

79

Best Ac Co..................

Blaw-Kno*

76
Sale

1234 Sale
5134 Sale
no* 11334 11134 112

T'

92

Beneficial Indus Loan Corp.*

Corp......*
100
Blgelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *

1334 Sale

54

.....*

Belg Nat Rys part pref .....
Bendlz Aviation Corp......5

rSjg

Sale

Sale

Sale

9134

Bklyn-Manhattan Transit _.*
$6 preferred series A
Brooklyn Union Gas........*
Brown Shoe, Inc...........*
Preferred
.........100
740

207,300
237,000
378,700
410,000
378,100
1,770
1,354,000
44,600
50,900
9.270

it*

434 Sale

Sale

Preferred..............100
Preferred

1

3

*354 Sale" ~~4% Sale

45

Bayuk Cigars, Inc..

Nov.

16

Sale
15
Nov. 12
1834
10634 10634 Nov. 22 109
95
8834 Nov. 12 93 34
40
38
Nov. 16
3834
Sale
4734 Nov. 2 5534
8734
8434 Nov. 12 8734
Sale
2534 Nov.
1 3134
Sale
1534
534 Nov. 1
Sale
834 Nov. 6 1834
Sale
2534
2234 Nov.
Sale
45
Nov. 18
4834
Sale
112
Nov. 23 114
Sale
834 Nov. 4 1534
Sale
3534 Nov. 8 4234
Sale
734 Nov. 2 1034
Sale
4134 Nov. 4 50

Sale

Bangor Ac Aroostook. __.—50

BarnsdaU

9

8

3634 Nov. 22

4334 Nov. 27
120
Nov. 13
10534 Nov.
1
434 Nov. 13
6434 Nov. 18

90

50
7,400 £ Botany Cons Mills A
664,700 Bridgeport Brass Co........*

1,529.300
117,500
89,100
45,800
31,900
358,800
42,700
105,100
21,000

80
200

Sale

Sale

Sale

Class B
9.270
695,827 Borden Co. (The)..........15
604,400 Borg-Warner Corp........10
15.700 Boston At Maine.........100

v

600

63,400

10034

Sale

44 13.140

;,

67.600

Sale

110

Bon Ami class A............*

15,800
6,400
39,900
5,200
16,300
2,600

408,800
19.500
21,100
5,900
7,820
5,110

Sale

Sale

9H
86
29 X

..100

Beech-Nut Packing.......20

600
96,000
102,200
7,400
8,200

236.400

Sale

Ohio........100

Preferred

200 Beech Creek RR Co

310

265,200
6,910

Sale

11

334 Sale

49,400
222,200
4,300
1,462,900
258,900
89,500
2,336,675
186,400
39,680
483,400
2,480
5,720
5,130
688,600
211,500

50

460

Sale

Nov. 29

26

10434 10034 Nov. 12

Sale*

........100

Bamberger (L) At Co pref..100

2034 Nov. 12
2834 Nov. 4
14
Nov.
9

36
Sale

Sale

Baldwin Locomotive Works
Baltimore k

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

...

134,500
72,200
5.300
685,075
17,200
3.700
124,600
550

51,300
48,800

Sale

8 34

.......

Preferred

Lowest

Sale Prices

29

.......

1,035,400
216,000
1,369,000
227,600
4,740
35,100
i;
2,220
69,300
9,620
1,170,100
100,500
4 2,060
88,900
6,200

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

100

Preferred...

281,200 Associated Dry Goods...—1
1st preferred...........100
23,810
2d preferred...........100
13,100
25
810 Associated OH
...100
1,508,300 Atchison Top Ac 8 Fe
Preferred
—.100
77,200
459,400 Atlan Coast Line RR....100
9,817 Atl G 8c W I SS Lines
Preferred
.........100
.■4:. 14,000
594,420 Atlantic Refining.........25
103,200 Atlas Powder..........
Preferred..............100
5,770
62,800 Atlas Tack Corp
720,600 Auburn Automobile ........*
71,100 Austin, Nichols Ac Co ...—*
Prior A
i
5,050
286,200 Aviation Corp of Del (The).. 5
New
..3
346,200

300

49,4 00

Ask

Sale

...

350

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask

...

30

,

Nov. 1
Bid

Par

.'v-

Anaconda Copper
50
37,600 Anaconda Wire 8c, Cable...-*
116,500 Anchor Cap Corp
Preferred...
.....*
4,600
*
12,900 Andea Copper Mining Co
....—*
121,400 Archer Daniels Mid.
Preferred.....
.......10C
1,730
100
36.300 Armour (Del) pref
......5
1,222,100 Armour of Illinois
$6 convertible preferred.
183,100
Preferred.
......100
9,800
268,300 Armstrong Cork Co
Arnold Constable Corp.....5
203,200
11,600 Artloom Corporation

13,600
28,800

95,400
30,500
1,110
1,910
112,827
49.900
3,400

....

4,756,700

50

57,800

EXCHANGE

Nov.30 1935

Shares

676,700
8,300
16,500

to

Jan.

Share*

V

N. T. STOCK

Since
1

November

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

35

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Nov. 29

434 Mar. 27

1

Nov. 27

Mar. 12

Apr. 26

34 June

3

53

Nor. 25

234 Jan
234 Jan.

12
8

-

36

Y. STOCK

N

AGGREGATE
In
November

SALES

STOCKS

to

Jan. 1

Nov.30 1935

Shares

Shares

Ask

Par

Lowest

Sale

Ask

240 IChlc Indlanap Be. Louie ptlOO
134,100 Chicago Mall Order Co
5

a2*H
Sale

AA
Sale

196,900
379,000
360,200
87,500
239,100
171,800
64,800
38,900
49,400
5.800
100,100
107,110
10,350

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

15,300
76,700
63,200
16,000
45,900
12,100
12,100
8,200
8,700
1,100
11,700
24,500
560

20,900
M ,400

3

44

Sale

1

Sale

2*4 Nov.

Sale

2

8*4

14 H

12

Sale

21

Sale

..."

Sale
Sale

82*4

83

Nov. 25

159,200 Cleve Graphite Bronze (The)l

40 H
87

40
83

Nov. 12
Nov. 20

550 Cleveland Ac Pittsburgh
50
10
Special
23,100 Cluett, Peabody Ac Co.
*
1,020
Preferred..
......100
82,100 Coca-Cola Co (The)
*

5,400
11,900
: 3,800

11,900
40,700

2,700
122,800
1,490
1,110
19,700
3,380
380

2,170
340

20,600
21,700
479,000
8,000
330

61,400

"6",100

>■-

22,900
830,300
19,470
5,130
149,900
22,980
6,250
12,030
3,070
208,100

Sale
125
296

73*4

..........

Sale

51,200
22,000
26,800
187,600
217,300
6,300
66,000
1,300
104,700
16,200
30,300
44,200
1,100
40

43,000
38,300
3,400
8,200
680
27,100
3,210
15,600
106,700
13,900
340,700

255,400
90
20

12,400
2,200
48,800
5,100
7,600
62,700
90,100
8,100
4,600
610
100
.

6,800
40

10,700
3.300
36,200
19,600
123,100
5,900
5,900
1,000
1,100
21,500

Nov. 18

34

4 118*4 Nov. 19
4 298*4 Nov. 20
Nov. 21
72*4 Nov. 16 75
56
Nov. 4 57*4 Nov. 30

Sale

18

15 *4

1st preferred..————.100
2d preferred
100

12*4
62*4

Columbian Carbon....

&

89

86,810
Preferred ————.100
6,020
5% pref series B........100
691,400 Commercial Credit—......10
10,410
Preferred7%. ..........25
17,900
Preferred 5*$ %

297,800 Congoleum-Nairn

63*4
Sale

Sale

50 *4

Sale"

110*4 Sale
61*4 Sale

112*4 Sale
99*4 Sale

20
Sale

13*4

Sale

13

if*

Sale

7 112*4 Nov. 19

1*1

Feb. 28

1

Mar. 30

5*4 Nov. 30
2*4 Sept. 12

8 65*4 Nov. 23
Nov. 26
6 113
Nov. 25
8 102
6 22*4 Nov. 21
3
Nov. 8
1

Nov.
Nov.

98

Nov.

17*4 Nov.
2*4 Nov.
64
Nov. 15
8*4 Nov. 8

Sale
Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

24

34

J*
64

69

Sale
Sale
Sale

104
Sale

Sale

Nov. 20
Nov. 4
Nov. 26
Nov.
1

18

Nov.

29*4 Nov.
100*4 Nov.
3*4 Nov.
9

Nov.

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

4

lH

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

64*4

44

66*4

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

157

160

Sale
Sale

Continental Can...—.....20
Continental Diamond Fibre 6
Continental Insurance—2.50
Continental Motors
.....1
Continental OH of Del
5
Corn Exch Bank Trust Co..20
Corn Prod Refining
...25
Preferred
100
Coty.Inc
Cream of Wheat ctfs—.*
Crosley Radio
Crown Cork Ac Seal
•
Preferred
———..——.*

Sale

Sale

Sale

47*4

95*4

760 Crown Wti P 1st pf.
*
150,200 Crown Zellerbach ft C——.*
148,600 Crucible Steel of Amer....100

Sale

47*4
Sale

6*4

Sale

Sale
99
Sale

1*4
Sale

8*4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
95

75

.jjSale

AA

Sale
94

VA
37

8*4

17,500 Davega Stores Corp........5
704,000 Deem Ac Co....—.......... •
125,500
Preferred
20
7,600 Diesel-Wemmer-GilbertCorplO

Sale

Sale

Delaware a Hudson.....100

Sale

617,400 Del Lack At Western
50
25,600 Denver Rio Gr Ac Wes pref 100
61,800 Detroit Edison
.100
960 Detroit Ac Mackinac RyCo.100
350
5% non cum pref.......100
32,700 Devoe & Reynolds A........*
680
1st Preferred—
...100
97,900 Diamond Match............*
22,200
Participating 4% Pref—25
430,300 Dome Mines Ltd
._—_.*
106,000 Dominion Stores Ltd.......*
1,301,500 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc....*
56,000 Dresser (S R) Mfg con? cl A—*
42,200
Class B
*
3,200 Dulutb South Sh At Atl—100
3,100
Preferred
..—li»
59,900 DunhUl Int..
\

Sale

Sale

27*4
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

4

a

120
554

7
Sale

~44~"

120*4

......

119
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
13

7

13*4

Sale

1

63

38*4
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17

m
Sale

14
14
20
20
29
29

9
31
12

Feb. 23
Mar. 12
Oct.
8

69*4 Sept. 10
7

Oct.

3*4 Apr. 30
12*4 May 15
83
Nov. 25

Mar.

July
Aug.

Nov. 26
Nov. 21
41*4 Nov. 7
Nov.
1
23*4 Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 19
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13
29

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

29

6

1
14
30
1

2
1
6

13
26
30
15

2

29

20
30
12
13
9

13
16
15
Nov. 4
Nov. 14

Nov. 15
Nov. 7
Nov. 7
Nov. 26
Nov. 26
Nov.
Nov.
_

Nov. 14

Nov. 14
Nov. 9

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
3

Jau-

4

Jan.

7
8

Nov.

Jau.

Nov. 20

Nov. 20

Jan.
Jan.

9
9

Jan.

Oct.

Oct.

16
31

June 25
Nov. 18

May 20
298*4 Nov. 20

Nov.

75

Apr.
Sept.

450

June

19*4
106*4
46*4
108
9*4
5*4

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar

28*4

Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

Nov. 21
Oct. 26

Sept. 5
Sept. 13
Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov.
9
Nov.
9
Jan. 21

21

22

Jan.

Sept. 11
17*4 Sept. 11
14*4 Sept. 10
101*4 Nov. 6
81
July
8

Jan.

Jan.
Mar.

30
23

&
90

Oct.

Mar.

Mar.

81*4

Nov. 15

58

Oct.

Jan.

Oct.

18

32*4 May 14
119*4 Aug. 10

Oct.
Feb.

7

Mar. 13

72

Aug. 15
Jan.

29

/Oct.
July 29 105
Oct.
3 23*4 Jan.

15

Mar.

Jan.

4

115*4

6

Nov.

71

Mar. 18
Mar. 15

Feb.
7
Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Mar. 14

8*

7

8

Oct. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 20
Nov.

9

July 19
Sept. 20
Nov. 25
Jan. 24

28
1

74
82

Feb. 28

Oct. 23
May 17
May 31

80

Mar.

Mar
Nov.

Feb. 20
Feb.

23

Mar. 12
Mar. 13

5
25

Feb.

Aug. 10

18
18

June

Jan.

5
June 10
Mar. 13

Apr.
1
46*4 Jail. 28

6

16
15
34*4 Nov. 20
105*1 Nov. 20
5*4 Nov. 29
10*4 May 17
112*4 Oct. 28

22*1

5

19*1

Jan.

Feb.

May 14
Nov. 21

Nov. 18

8*4 Nov. 18
Nov. 25
10
U Nov. 25
Aug.
9

67H

20
14

Jan.

15

99*4 Nov. 20

Jau.

15

Nov. 14

18

Mar. 13

19
18

Jau.

20
15

Mar. 11

29

20
1
14

27
30
25

1
18
23
25
25
29
29
15
8
14

Nov. 20
Nov. 15
Nov. 1

Nov. 20
Nov. 25
Nov. 25

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

126

Jan.

4
22

16
20
Nov. 30
Nov. 7
Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7

10
Nov. 19
Aug. 19
Jan.
7
26
Nov. 25
90
Nov. 18
24*4 May 24
100
May
3
37
Oct. 29
6*4 Nov. 18
26*4 Nov. 2
89
Aug. 23
45
87
48
34

July

21

Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Nov. 16

Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

25,400
Preferred
100
59,500 Cuba Co (The)
»
7,340 Cuba RR pref
100
307,020 Cuban American Sugar....10
43,910
Preferred....——100
71,900 Cudahy Packing
50
278,000 Curtis Publishing Co (The)*
104,100
Preferred
•
1,069,800 Curtiss Wright Corp..
1
850,800
Class A
1
890 Cushmans Sons 7% pref.. 100
1,000
8% preferred....
......*
68,100 Cutler-Hammer, Inc........*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5*4 Nov.

110*4 109*4
Sale
3*4
Sale
*4
Sale
16*4
Sale
6*4
Sale
7*4

Sale

17

1

2

14*4 Nov. 19

Nov. 8
Nov. 30
Nov. 20
Nov. 9
Nov.
1
43*1 Nov. 1
11*4 Nov. 25
67*4 Nov. 1
76*4 Nov. 25

70*4
10*4
45*4
21*4
26*4

2*4 Jan.

19*4 June 7 *35
3
*4 Mar. 29
*4 Mar. 29
454
1 % June 28
5*4
3*4 July
1 10*4
4*4 Mar. 1* 14
20
Mar. 13
53*4
2*4
*4 July
9
1*4 Mar. 30
4*4
4
1*4 July 22
9*4 July 19 14
25
Sept. 17 30
7*4
3*4 Mar. 15

Jan.

57
112

113

66

If-

_

Nov.

74
110

Sale

_

Nov.

ii

Sale

100*4 Sale
3*4 Sale
9*4 Sale
11154
3*4

Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov. 29
17*4 Nov. 29
13
Nov. 29
101*4 Nov.
73*4 Nov. 20
1554 Nov.
90
Nov.
81*4 Nov. 15
50*4 Nov.

7
7

Sale

68*4 110
5*4 Sale
18*4 Sale

29*1

85*4 Nov. 22

101*4

8*4 Sale

TA

A

110

Sale

110*4 111

Sale

69

8
Nov. 30
2
Nov. 30

62*4 Nov.

Sale

Sale

11*4 Nov.
92

Sale

43*1

Nov. 12
16*4 Nov. 7
1354 Nov. 9
18

Sale

Sale

Sale
40
15
14*4
26*4 Sale

Inc. .....*

Nov. 22 106

Sale

Sale

9*4

17*4 Nov. 13

104

4$i

Sale

8*4

Preferred

43*

Sale

JA
67

...

For footnote* see page

Sale

17*4

27,000 Congress Cigar
•
31,320 Conn Railway Ac Lighting 100
4,640
4% preferred...........100
89,200 Consolidated Cigar—........

3,602,200 Consolidated Gas
•
146,700
Pref $5
...»
143,300 Consol Laundries Corp—.—*
2,100,550 Consolidated OH Corp......*
10,400
8% preferred.....
..100
41,440 Consolld RR of Cuba pref. 100
335,000 Consolidated Textile
....•
427,000 Container Corp class A——20
479,400
Class B—
•
165,000 Continental Bakcl A.......*
238,900
Class B..
•
31,700
Preferred...—.....100

Sale

77

...




4

Nov.

Sale

,

96 *4

462,700

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

..*

1,371,700
34,535
421,900
10,800
394,900
157,300
157,200
170,100
21,100

23
115
275

Preferred
—100
Colorado Ac Southern.... 100

Sale

Pictures Corp vt c *
3,489,000 Columbia G Ac El common...*

500,000
155,800
189,900
544,900

7

83*4 Nov. 13

Sale

....

291,000 Columbia

270,500

43*4 Nov.

*
Preferred....———.100
Colonial Beacon OH Co.——*
{Colorado Fuel Ac Iron
..».*

Sale

930
Preferred
——100
7,130
Prior preferred ((H) —.100
260
Prior pref x warrants.. 100
213,400 COnsol Film Industry...... 1

26,300
517,700
8,000
44,700
415,400
3,500
4,100
109,400
67,900
133,500
43,800
59,300
3,100

16*4 Nov. 12
80
Nov. 4

Nov.
1
Nov. 27
Sale
Nov. 18 46*4 Nov. 25
MH
Nov. 9
107*4 106*4 Nov. 7 108
Nov. 9
8H
8*4 Nov. 4
Nov. 18
3*4 Nov. 12

150

23", 800

26

Sale

—

438,225 Coram Inv Trust.......
19,770
Convertible preferred
..*
112,500
$4.25 conv pref ser of *35..*
1,908,000 Commercial Solvents.—..—*
3,530,900 Commonwealth Ac Southern *
312,300
Preferred
10,600 Conde-NastPubllc'ns—....*

880

19

23

30
25
Nov. 18

100

Preferred.....
Collins Ac Alkman

74,200
1,800
14,700
533,500
919,600
20,300
5,900
37,800
8,400
16,090
2,170
32,800
•

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7

Sale Prices

June

Class A
•
10 Coca Cola Internat Corp—.*
520,700 Colgate-Palmollve-Peet Co..*

52",000

;

When Issued..

14

Highest

Sale Prices
<H Feb. 28

35

Sale"

LOO
60

•

20
2*4 Nov. 29
3*4 Nov. 29
3*4 Nov. 29

6*4 Nov. 18
26*4 Nov. 2
83
Nov. 25

25 H
Sale

110 C C C Ac St Louis pref—.-100

80

20

4*4 Nov. 1
20*4 Nov. 21

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

50

T 6^600

29
25
23

90

Sale

74*1

7
27

82*4 Nov. 29
14*4 Nov. 1
74*4 Nov. 22

5

Sale

Nov. 13
Nov.
8

29
30
27

29

26

Sale

Sale

..5
*
20,834
Preferred....— ..—100
250 City Investing Co
100
156,OCO City Stores new.. .— ——..5

Nov. 13

Lowest

6
7
9

Sale

Sale

Copper...—........25

...

Sale

2%
2*4
12*4
27H

•

144,300 Clark Equipment

Sale

Sale

Chrysler Corporation
182,000 City Ice Ac Fuel—

20,400
1,000

Nov. 12

Sale

6,252,200

]2,390

1*4 Nov.
1
5*4 Nov.
2*4 Nov.
Nov. 27
Nov.
Nov. 26 *35
2
Nov.
Nov. 8
3*4 Nov.
Nov. 7
3*4 Nov.
Nov. 13
Nov. 13
8*4 Nov.
Nov.
Nov, 1 14
Nov.
1
53*4'Nov.

*4 Nov.
2

2*4
31*4
*4
1*4
1*4
4*4
10*4

5*4

Cblckasha Cotton Oil....-10

Chile

Sale

Sale

iChic Mil St Paul Ac Pacific.*
Preferred......——.100
Chicago Be North West... 100
Preferred...—......... 100
Chicago Pneum Tool•
Preferred—..............*
{Chic Rock Isl & Pac
100
7% prefferred
100
6% preferred
.........100
Chicago Yellow Cab..
*
ChlldsCo

Sale Prices

Sale

68,700 Chicago Great Western
100
65,900
Preferred.....-.-.——100

70

43,900

Highest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

21,800
20,500

,

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

H. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

25
26
21
20
16
7
19
2
22
6

14
25
25
21
19
29

2

Mar. 14

Si

Nov. 18
Nov. 29

Noy.
61*4 Nov.
July
May

18
20

2 78*|
Oct.
8 165
Mar. 13
6*4
Jail.
15
39*4

Mar.

Sept. 24

Nov. 14

Oct.

Mar. J 4

Jau.

*I

Mar. 13
Mar.
8
Mar. J 5

Apr. 12
Jau. 28
5

Jan.

July 22
Jau.

3

Oct.
3
Mar. 15

s*
3«

Mar. J.fr
11
Nov. 30
v. oy

Jau.

Mar. ;
r.
Mar
r.

R

Feb 2t
>.

3
4

Nov. 16
Nov. 20

Nov. 30
Nov.

7

Nov. 27

80^4

47*4 Jan.

Mar. 23 *95
June
8 75
Mar. 13
41

7

10
23

96*4 Nov. 27
1*4 Feb. 18
10
May 15
May 13
May 13

24
Mar. 14 105*4
Mar. 12
3*4
Mar. 15
10*4

June

Jan.

2

Nov. 25

June 13
Nov. 29

Jan.

2

Nov. 15
Nov.
8
Oct.

24

9*4 Nov. 20
58*4 Nov. 15
28
Sept. 5
21*4 Nov. 20
7
43*4 Jan.
7
19*4 Jan.
4*4 Jan.

8

120*4 Nov. 26
Jan. 17
Oct.
2
1
12*4 May
2
Aug, 28 50*1 Jan.
Mar.
8 120*4 July
8
Mar 13
,r.

Aug. 12

Nov. 19

2

41

Jan.

7

Jan.

15

41*4 May 3
43*4 May 17

Jan.

May 29

12*1

Jan.

Mar. 12
Mar. 15

35
32

Nov. 25

Mar. 18

17

Nov. 25

June 13
June 21
June
6

i

Oct.

28
21

Nov. 21
Nov. 19
Nov. 29

N

DEC., 1935]
AOQRBOATB SALES
In
November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

2,200

'

'

?

46,700
15,100

Nov.30 1935
"•

_

49,600
7,500
114,300
k
1,130

.........

—

202,500

Nov. 1

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

*

59%
104 k

Lowest

Nov. 30

Highest

Sale
Sale Prices
15
15
Nov. 29
16%
17 %
15%
16%
114
116
116
Nov. 16 116
114%
135% Sale 137% Sale
135% Nov. 2 146
131% Sale
129% 130% 129% Nov. 23 131
112% 114% 113% 114
112% Nov. 2 114
15
15
12
Nov. 29 12

Bid

Par

159,500 Eastern RolUng Mills...... 5
207,600 Eastman Kodak Co. of N. J.*
Preferred.
100
5,640
497,300 Eaton Mfg. Co.............
33,400 (tltlngon Schlld
....
1,587,200 Electric Auto-Li to (The)...5
Preferred.....
......100
10,650
.3
1,155,400 Electric Boat....

360

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

July I 1933

....

760
10

Ask Bid

6% Sale
166% Sale
160

158

28% Sale
7

Sale

36% Sale
113

Sale

9% Sale

Ask

-

460

I

22,400
37,100
14,800
13,000
10

16,500
298,100

t

5.000

*

1,890
5,410
53,300
3,650
20,700

-

150
800
100

1

28
10,350 Fairbanks Co
Preferred
100
20,190
273,300 Fairbanks Morse 8c Co......*
14,470
7% preferred.
.......100
ti 140,100 Federal Light 8c Tractlon..l5
Preferred................*
3,050
6,600 Federal Mining 8c Smelt..100
Preferred.
.........100
3,500
.

102,360

Federal Motor Truck..

35,000
105,300
79,500
125,900

16,500
11,700
13,500
15,300
14,400

?

American shares........
221,200
880,600 Elec Power & Light...——*
614,000
$7 pref...................
298,100
16 pref..
98,500 Elec Storage Battery.
38,200 tElk Horn Coal Corp.......*
Preferred.
........10
34,100
31,800 Endlcott-Johnson. ........50
Preferred... ...........100
3,180
64,500 Engineers Pub Service..—
67,900
$5 conv preferred
50,100
$5.50 preferred
......
26,700
16 cum preferred
......*
138,000 Equitable Office Bldg .....
.......100
240,600 Erie.
First preferred.........100
81,400
Second preferred.......100
36,500
240 Erie 8c Plttsburgh.........50
161,200 Eureka Vacuum Clean.....
599,000 Evans Products Co..........ft
26,340 Exchange Bu f fet Corp. . .... *

.

Federal Screw Works.......*

.*

Federal Water Service A

--*

Federated Departm't Stores.*

Pideltty Phenlx Fire Ina. 2.50

10

.

580 Pllene's Sons..............*

140
V

Preferred.
.......100
2,410
10
238,000 Firestone Tire Ac Rubber
Preferred aeries A......100
59,100
191,100 First National Stores.
:
9,800 Florsheim Shoe (The) c! A..*
........*
122,900 t Foliansbee Bros
78,900 Food Machinery Corp......*
...._*
263.800 Foster-Wheeler.
8,360
7% conv preferred........*
.......*
k
59,700 Foundation Co
119,800 Fourth Nat'l Investorsr.T.
640,200 Fox Film class A............*
U
4,290 Franklin Simon pref......100
321,050 Free port Texas Co......... 10
2,090
6% conv pref ...........100
5,540 Fuller Co prior pref.
....*
2d preferred............
12,170

54,500
8,300
32,700
3,200
27,000
4,700
62,700
340

ffifloo

"""420

l
k

57.850
60

1,880
4,930

.

60,7.00
1,220
67,700
800

t

58.500
84,800
25,600
270

79,500
35,500
25,100
4,100
15,400
440

398,800
73,800
61,200
1,150
30

....

,

.

104,100
10,240
245,300
9,600
298,400
387,400
309,500
5,060
273,200
103,900
106,200
45,700
i
93,000
3,210
3,971,700
663,200
691,800
5,250
1,090
220

""loo
11,000
600

923,100
13,100
4,500
16,300
2,930
200

28,100
28,700
270

77,200
6,700
46,500

T, 820
90,000
9,800
48,500
7,700
55,100
1,870

2,700
91,800
8,000
6,717,625
101,100
17,900
48,900
61,300
5,600
109,500
109,000
1,120
329,600
58,300
222,900
174,300
12,580
735,200
109,000
306,900
69,300

.

Gabriel Co (The) Class A...*
Gamewell Co (The).........*

Gen American Investors....*

Preferred...............
Gen Amer Transp Corp.....5
General Asphalt..........10

General Baking Co.........5
Preferred ...........

A—

Preferred 7%..........100
Gen Cigar Inc............_
Preferred (7) ««eaaeaaaea 100

General

Electric...........*
General Foods.............*
Gen Gas Jc Elec CI A..
.*
Conv

preferred A......-..*
Preferred A (7)
Preferred A (8)...... ,....*
General Italian Edison

Sale

6% Sale
5% Sale

Sale

23 K Nov. 26

23

25% Sale
51% Sale

20% _22%

1%

Sale*

62% Sale
131

Sale

7% Sale
45% 46%
49% Sale

49% Sale
5% Sale
10

Sale

13

Sale
9

Sale
Sale
Sale

3%

1% Sale
7% Sale

«F

13Vi

Sale

8

18

Sale

131
7

6
42

Nov. 20

48% Nov.

52

52%

47

6% Sale

5

12% Sale
16

60,665
700

177,500
22,300
196,900
7,000
42,700
1,630
140,400
31,700
9,000
5,500
18,600
4,300
13,800
37,800
363,100
98,200

......

W*
73

22%

24%
112

15% Sale
95% Sale
47% Sale
23

25

3% Sale
65% Sale
20
100

Sale
Sale

"34%

Sale

12%

18% Nov.

7

'

Nov.

4

7j|

§J
20%
82%

w
96

10%

3%
60
96

MS

Sale
4
61
Sale

;

100

28

64~r
Sale
Sale

Sale
43%

100
Sale

20% Sale
11% Sale
135

140

44% Nov.20
25

I

Nov.

3% Nov.
60
95

33% Nov. 27

122

25

Sale

5

Sale

Sale
Sale
55
143

Sale
Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Nov.

33

Sale

% Sale
11
11

Sale
13
18

11
40

43%
70% Sale

10

General Printing Ink.......*
Preferred................*
General Public Service.....*
General Ry Signal..........*

......100

Gen Realty 8c Utilities Corp.l

Preferred...............
General Refractories..."....*

Voting trust certificates..*
Gen Steel Castings pref.sgUP
Gillette Safety Razor .^S..
Convertible preferred...
Glmbel Brothers...........*
.....

,

Sale

Sale
14
18
20

57%
Sale

120%
Sale

118%

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

8

Nov. 16
Nov. 12

"Nov" 16

Nov. 29
Nov.
6
Nov.
1
4
Nov.

Nov.
6
Nov, 15
Nov. 18
Nov. 21
Nov, 29
Nov. 29

34% Sale

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

89

109%
2%
31%

1
1
1
2

Nov.

7

Nov.
Nov.

630
20

10,400

...

...

Silk

Hosiery......*

Preferred

.....100
Graham-Paige Motors......1
Granby Cons M S At P....100
Grand Union Co trust etfs..l
Conv preferred series.....*
Granite City 8teel_.
Part paid receipts........*
Grant (W T)_..

Great Northern It ore prop.*
Great Northern pref.....100
Great West Sug.........
*
Preferred. ............100
.

Green Bay Ac Western RR.100

Green (H L) C0............I

For footnote* see page




43*

8

% May 21

127% Jan.

8
11

Oct.

Mar.

15% Jan.
32

Oct.

59% Feb.
116
Jan.
26% Mar,

2107%Jan.
10
3

Mar.

Aug.

17% Feb.

5

Apr. 2
Mar. 20

Sale

Nov. 22
Nov.
8
Nov. 20

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

30
15

Nov.

I
1
6

Nov. 19
Nov. 22
Nov. 25

Apr. 13

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
Nov. 29

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

Sale

Nov.

1

Sale

Nov. 26

Nov. 20
Nov. 12

Mar. 13
Mar. 27
Feb.
7
Jan.
2

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

116%
Sale

69%
Sale

84%
Sale

76

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
33

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale'

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

133%

140

Sale

Sale

3%

45

50

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6
2
7
1

Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov.

1

Nov.
1
Nov. 22

Nov.
1
Nov. 13
Nov. 13
Nov.
2
Nov. 4
Nov. 18
Nov.
1

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 4
Nov. 25

JNov. 26

:

4

15

Nov.22
Nov. 26
Nov. 18
Nov. 6
Nov.
7
Nov.
8
Nov. 14
Nov. 25
Nov. 22
Nov.
Nov. 29
Nov. 29

Apr. 26
May 2

Nov,
Nov. 2b
Nov. 22
Nov,
Nov, 14
Nov. 20
Nov. 20
Nov. 29
Nov. 2o
Nov. 25

May 20

_

_

_

6

ss

Nov. 25

Nov. 18

Jan.

19

Jan.

18

Nov. 20

Apr. 26
May 28
7% Nov. 29

72
95

Jan.

m Aug.
25

7

Aug.

19
8

Nov.

9

Sept. 26
July
5
Nov. 30

96% Nov. 14
58% Aug. 12
28% Nov. 25

7
21
2
Nov. 2
Jan.
7
Jan,

Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 18

July

30%

il*

15
8

20
19
26
21

Nov. 23
Nov. 6
Nov. 21

Sept. 16
7

Nov.

Nov. 20
Oct. 17

Aug. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 16
Nov. 18

Nov. 16

40
37
1

42%
109

2%

May
Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
Apr.

Apr.
Apr.
June

Mar. 29
Oct.
2
26

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

Apr.

19
12
15

2

Nov. 22

51

Nov. 19

93

Aug.
Aug.

7%
65

it?*

7
6

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

Nov. 20
Oct. 14

July 19

IS Jan.

22

3 120
13
13%
15 76%
13 26%
11 92
4
3 77
25
4%

Mar. 19
Mar. 15

Oct.

33% Oct. 31
29% Nov. 20
23
July
9

Mar. 14
Jan.

July
Sale
117

Aug. 17
37

2 109

Sale
Sale

~"2%

4

Aug. 14
7
Nov.
1

Jan.
\lu

39% Nov. 22

Nov.
7
Nov. 27
Nov.
1

61%

Aug. 21

15% Mar. 13
80

Sale

Sale

Jan.

Nov. 7
Oct. 16
Nov. 8

"48""

60%

8

14

1% Mar. 13

17% Sale

37% Sale
108% 110

Nov.

July 27
Oct.
7
Nov. 19
July
8
Aug. 22
16
Aug. 19
15]
5
18
Aug. 20
15 18
Apr.
6
7 <61% Feb.
5
6 72% Oct. 25
3 120% Nov. 15
13 59% Nov. 18
Nov. 21
4 120
20 18
Nov. 29
9
5% Nov. 29

89
Sale
6% Sale

"36" Sale"

8
8

65%

2 145]

20% Jan. 15
30
Sept. 17
% Feb. 25

Nov. 16

1

Nov.

7
Mar. 30
5% Mar. 13
84% Jan. 10 100
32% Mar. 12 45%
11% Mar. 15 22%
7% Mar. 29 zl3%
115
Jan. 10 146
5% Mar. 4 10%
2
Mar. 20
6%
4
Mar. 26 18%
19
Mar. 14 76
46% Nov. 16 64 J

93% Jan. 22

1

8

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
June 27 125
Nov.
Mar. 13 42
Nov.
Mar. 13 23% Nov.

Mar. 18

6
8
Nov. 22
Nov. 27

3% Sale

31% Sale
24% Sale

Nov. 16
Nov. 18
Nov. 16
Nov.
2
Nov. 29
Nov. 19
Nov. 22

"Nov." 16

Nov.

2% Sale

Nov. 18
Nov. 20

1
1

107%

Sale

107

Nov.
8
Nov.
7
Nov. 20
Nov. 25

22]

6

Sale

Sale

3% Sale
40% Sale
107
107%

8

23% Nov. 21

1
4

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13% Sale

Nov." 18

Nov. 23
6
Nov. 21

10

Nov.

Feb. 21
Mar. 6
6%
Jan. 15 66%
Mar. 15 23%
Mar. 15 103
June
7
10%
Mar. 21 36%
Mar. 15 17%
2 70
Apr.

Nov. 19
Nov. 26

Nov. 16

Nov.

May
Apr.

1

NOv.

Jan.

45
0
25
6 114
2
18%

Nov. 20

30% Nov. 20

Nov. 15
Nov.

Mar.

2

1
1

Sale
Sale

121%

53% Sale

Nov.

1
4

143%

Apr.

2

36%

3
1

Feb. 25
Mar. 29
Mar. 14

9

65% Nov.
23% Nov.

58% Nov. 30

32

Mar. 23
6
July

28% Nov. 25
5% Nov. 4

Nov. 12
Nov.
1

Sale
Sale

35% Sale

2

Nov.
1
Nov.
8
Nov.
1
Nov. 21
Nov.
4
4
Nov.

Apr.
Apr.

Nov. 30

Nov. 30 125
Nov.
1 42

10% Nov.

2

Nov. 14
49% Nov. 29

59" "Nov.""2 "70"""Nov."
26% Nov. 12

21

Nov. 8
Nov. 14

1
Nov. 23 103

19% Nov.

7

54
140

2
1

Nov. 26

Nov.

18

» 142% Nov. 22
Mar.
21% Nov. 25
Jan. xl *85
Aug. 16

85

Nov. 13
Nov. 29
Nov.
2 45
Nov.
8 25
Nov.
6 112
Nov.
1
18%
Nov. 16
96%

140

59

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
7% Nov.
4% Nov.
2% Nov,

Jan.
Jan.

14
29
25
8
24% Nov. 6

25

Sale

Sale

11% Sale

83
67

Nov. 14
Nov.

Sale

11

Sale

21% Nov. 25

Sale

Sale

19% Sale

2

113% 110

34% Sale

9% Sale
99% Sale
43

142% Nov. 22

Sale
24

Mar. 26
Mar. 19

Nov. 20

Nov.
6
Nov. 21

28

Feb.

Aug. 17
Aug. 17
Aug. 17

55

May
7
Apr. 30

8% Nov. 22
32

1

Nov. 12

48% Sale
28

Nov. 23

1

7%

22%

2

Nov.

4% Sale
2%

110
18

Nov. 18

85

90

Sale

117%

Gotham

25
25

Aug. 17
Sept. 5
Apr. 23

Mar. 26
Mar. 12
Feb. 18
Mar. 19

Nov. 25

6

11*

Sale

80
7

37
,

Nov.

Sale

19%

Nov. 25

mu Nov.

28% Sale

121% 160% 122
25
Sale
37%
39
9
Sale
10% 22
2

6% Nov. 19
24

Nov. 25

11% Nov. 25
85% Nov.
1
13% Nov. 6

4

Nov.

"56" "59"" "6l%
28% Sale

13
17

Nov. 30

Sale
Sale

80
65

Gen Motors Corp........
Preferred (5)...

Gen Outdoor Advertising. A*
Common.................*

7% preferred
100
•
468.300 Glldden Co (Tha)
7% prior preferred
100
10,390
Rights
120,800
5
287,700 IGobel (Adolf)
579,400 Gold Dust certificates —_..*
Preferred................*
6,100
557,500 Goodrich (B F)
7% preferred...........100
106,500
1,087,800 Goodyear T Ac R
1st preferred..
_•
45,710

173,900
9,020
857,300
y 257.100
74,700
61,700
100,400
21,000
112,400
206,300
2,458,700
431,200
6,570
70
10,400

23
1
21

Feb,
7
Mar. 19
Aug. 8
Mar. 20

8

...

170,600

7
18

26

1%
Jan, 16 66
Jan. 10 132
Mar. 6
Mar. 19 50

6% Nov. 27

6

5% Sale

Vky*

32

19
85
Sale

42% Sale

Nov.

Mar. 21

?8

32H

% Mar. 29
% Apr.
1

8
8

55% Nov.

Nov. 29

Nov.

Mar. 13

2% Mar. 13
39

8

Nov.

55

Nov. 12
13
Nov.
1
8% Nov. 2
85% Nov. 1

Sale

140

110

8% Nov.
50

1

9

12*
67

5% Sept. 21
1% Mar. 15
3

% Nov. 19

Nov. 21

44

49

Sale

7%
3% Sale
2% Sale
23% Sale

2
8
58% Nov. 30

Nov.
9
1% Nov. 29
65
Nov.30
1
62% Nov.
129
Nov. 14 132
Nov. 4

Sale

47

128
18
77
66
83
7

29% Nov,
26% Nov.

Nov. 26
Nov.
4
Nov.
9

43

Sale

90

11
1«

Sale

4

24

119

......

Nov.

Nov. 29

7% Nov. 23
6% Nov. 8

1
6% Nov.
Nov, 30

Sale

28% Sale

General Mills..............*
Preferred
100

Preferred..

7

Nov. 16
Nov. 20
Nov.
1

Sale Prices
12% May 21 19
Aug. 6
103
Mar. 20 116
Nov. 16
86% Mar. 18 146% Nov. 20
Oct. 28
126% Feb.
8 132
104
Feb. 18 115
Aug. 5
12
Nov. 29 23
Mar. 5

n

13

General Bronze............5
General Cable.............*
Class

Nov.

Highest

Sale Prices

"

....

11,200
4,000
5,400
2,100

>

Lowest

Prices

8
Nov. 25
Jan.
6% Nov. 4
8
7%
7%
3% Mar. 13
160% Sale 158% Nov. 26 172% Nov. 18 110% Jan. 16 172% Nov.
Nov. 2 141
157
Sale
155
Nov. 13 160
Jan.
4 164
July
Nov.
27
Nov. 13 30
27% Sale
16% Jan. 15 -30% Oct.
Nov.
7
Nov.
1
7% Sale
Nov.
3% Mar. 27
Nov.
Oct.
32% Nov. 29 3
1 3
19% June
33% Sale
Nov.
107
Jan. 23 H3% Sept.
111% Sale 110% Nov, 18 113
11% Sale
9% Nov. 13 11% Nov, 25
3% Mar. 15 11% Nov.

Elec 8c Musical Ind—

43,700
119,700
32,700
12,700
24,500
24,700
18,100
2,800

37

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

14,800 Duplan Silk..
Preferred
.........1M
1,050
870,300 Du Pont de Nem 8c Co (El) .20
45,300
6% non-voting deben .100
9,310 Ouqueene Light 1st pref..l00
170 Durham Hoa Mills pref...l00

10

70,500
6,300

exchange-Stocks

Low from

STOCKS

Shares

'

T. STOCK

25
Nov. 25
June 29
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Jan.
7
Jan. 10
Nov. 25

Nov.22
Oct. 25
Nov. 29
5
Jan.
7
3
29% Jan.
35% Nov. 25

13%

33% Nov. 22
38% Sept. 7
15% Nov. 14
33% Nov. 20
34% Nov. 20
May 4
Nov. 25

2 140
21 36

Nov. 26

26% Nov. 25

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK

In

Since

November

Low from
July I 1933

60

4,900
7,200
5,000
790

1,500 ;></ 13,210
5,900
4,300
555
■

""640
61,000
110

18,300
1,290
51,800
3,100
:

900

-

199,300

Hercules

4,700

65,600
5,790

940

3,000
45,600
10,700
3,400
5,200
176,300
1,000

41,000
13,300
4,200
148,100
49,100

260,100
209,300
61,800
501,500
1,930
I,260
8,730
48,200
325,900
145,300
53,100
77,800
181,200
331,700
851,300
16,700
237,800
71,400

130

v

483,800
2,300
18,400
5,500
43,200
107,100
21,500
1,560
4,600
8,500
4,100
2,210
607,600
29,900
600

8,200
3,900
50

:

100

110

84,500
26,900

101,100
460

ft.

313,400
2,400
6,100
4,720
46,700
395

7,200

320
290

i
v

28,000
l.ioo
59,100
12,000
230

ft"-

ft ft

35,700
30,600
32,300
14,200
10,600
74,500
69,400

121>tf

'

V

114
25

6%
200

42

J*
18

25% Sale
70
Sale

"~4

§8

4%
2%
13 %
45
105

105

Nov. 26

28

Hydro-Elec Sys A.25

18

Marine....*

of Canada—*
Preferred
—100
Internat Paper pref 7%-.100
Internat Paper A Power cl A ♦

Internat Nickel

18

mm

.

:

•

10$

ftftft;

Preferred

;

V

16

2%

ft ft

6%

55

*954
>

ii|

10%
99%
2

'

12
27%
19 v:;12

Gas..——.——100

19%
1954

............100

(The)........—*
........*

Lane Bryant

Lee Rubber A

Tire..

Lehigh Portland

5%

...5

9

Cement..50

73

Preferred........—...100
Lehigh Valley...

—50

Lehigh Valley Coal
*
Preferred...
———.80

(The)........*
A Fink Products Co—5

Lehman Corn

Lehn

Llbbey-Owens Ford Glass...*
Libby McNeill A Libby

•

"6% Sale

5)4

5554 Sale
4
Sale
10)4
1154
14)4 Sale
254 Sale

1934 Sale
33

80

8

Sale

654 Sale
6)4
634
1734 Sale
,

254

-

6

1%
4

68%

10%
•ft.21

*2%

5%

654

3

4034 Sale
132

127

6% Mar. 13

Nov. 21
Nov. 19

4% Nov. 25
11% Nov. 22

6% Mar. 14

1454 Nov. 20
2% Nov. 13

1654 Nov.

1

6% Mar. 26

3% Nov.

1

1454 Nov. 13
21% Nov. 1

20% Nov. 29
34% Nov. 29

49

% Apr.

98% Nov.

554 Nov.
5% Nov.
17% Nov.

254 Nov.

1154 Nov.

118%
554
954
1754
19
26% 25%
80
Sale

11954 Sale
954 Sale

Sale

1854
80

Nov. 27
Nov. 27

Nov. 16
Nov. 1
Nov. 6

1 40% Nov. 29
1 130% Nov. 21
Nov. 20
254 Nov. 22
2
Nov. 22

Nov. 7
Nov. 8
Nov. 13
Nov. 1
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20% Nov. 20
42% Nov. 21
6 108% Nov. 19
Nov.
9
30 28
29 49% Nov. 20
29 23% Nov. 14

Nov. 29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

77

.2 13%
1
15%
7 75%
4 16
1 27
7 113

Nov. 14
Nov. 20

Nov. 18
Nov. 12
Nov. 19
Nov. 22

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7

Sale
Sale

5
—...

76)4 Sale
27
Sale

Jab.

85

13
6
26

Nov. 30

Nov.

mm~

mm mm mm

Nov. 20
24% Nov. 30
1354 Nov. 1
91
Nov. 25
26% Nov. 12
19
Nov.
1
3% Nov. 1

35

29

24%

Sale
Sale

Sale

28

Nov.

1

2134 20%
37
37%
Sale
23%
754
854 ft 8
1034 Sale
12%
15%
13)4 Sale
100
Sale
10154
954
854 Sale
254 Sale
254
1154 Sale
13)4
92% Sale
9054
1254
12)4 Sale
47
Sale
45%
854 Sale
9%
18

23

-

24?
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
14%

93
Sale
Sale
Sale

12% Nov.

6

25

8% Nov. 20

13% Nov. 8
15% Nov. 27
Nov. 19
4 103

10% Nov. 25
3% Nov. 26
1554 Nov. 26

1254 Nov. 19

9554 Nov. 18
13% Nov.
1

44% Nov. 18

485< Nov.

9054 Nov. 29

•ft 8% Nov. 13

6

1054 Nov. 16

Mar.

3% Mar.

1

10% Aug. 27
84
Mar. 21
1354 Mar. 13
10
Mar.
5
254 Oct.
4
23
Mar. 29

Nov. 10

21

Oct.
Nov.

6

18

July

Nov. 18

8

Oct.
Aug.

2

Sept. 11
Jan. 25
Jan.
3
Jan. 10
Jan.
7

Nov. 20
2
Jan. 25
Sept.12
Jan.

Nov. 29

Nov. 15
Nov. 15
May

9

Aug. 19
Oct.
3

67

4
19

Jan.

Oct.

Nov. 20
Sept.

9

Aug. 19
Nov. 19
Jan.
8

Apr.

9

Aug.

8

1954 Mar. 13

Aug.

1

Nov. 25
Nov. 30

Nov. 18
Oct. 24
90% Oct. 23
254 Jan. 17
22
Aug. 12
31% Nov.
28% Nov.
18% Jan.
96
July

7
6

9
9

29% Nov. 25
21

Nov.

6

554 Jan.
3
39% Nov. 20
2754 Nov. 22

Apr.
9
103% Apr. 26 113
2
May 21
6% Nov. 22
42

Nov. 12
Nov. 6

Nov. 27

38% Mar. 13 99% Nov. 18
117% Mar. 15 126% Nov. 29
Feb. 19
130
Feb. 19 130
Nov. 20
50
Apr.
4 93

Jan.

9

9954 Nov.
8% Nov. 12
2% Nov. 8
11
Nov.
9

Mar. 12

6

40

22% Nov. 12
7% Nov. 15
10% Nov.
1

49

54 Apr.
Apr.

22

Nov.

20
36

July
9 28
Nov. 29 78
5% Mar. 13 13%
8% May
8 1654
70% June 27 90
16
6% Mar. 13
24% Oct. 22 36
110
Jan. 22 120%
16

57

6

Nov. 22

Nov. 29
Jan. 10

254 Nov. 22
11
2
Nov. 22
7
13 20% Nov. 20
15 42% Nov. 21
2 108% Nov. 19
21 36% May 14
19 49% Nov. 20

mm mm

Nov.
8
Nov.
8
24% Nov. 20

Nov. 12

22
40

July
May
Mar.
Jan.
98% Jan.
25% Oct.
42% Mar.
%
%
4%
21%

7
4
4

Nov. 15

Nov. 29

15 40% Nov. 29
11 130% Nov. 21

34

39% Nov. 20
2754 Nov. 22

7

3% Jan.

7 130

7

31% Nov. 7
28% Nov. 6
15% Nov. 14
94
Nov.
7
29% Nov. 25
21
Nov.
6
5% Nov. 20

26% Nov. 12
27% Sale
10754 Nov. 4 109
108% 109
5
Nov.
2
6%
5%
6%
72
90
75
76%
76% Nov. 1 80
26
Nov. 26 28
26% Sale

36

5% Jan. 21
13% Jan. 21
17% Oct. 22

"l% Mai\i5 ""4% "Nov.'20

mm mm

mm mm m

2

Nov. 25
58% Nov. 25
7

Nov. 19
Nov. 25
Nov. 30

10

12

1454 Sale
90
91%
28% Sale
19
19%
454
454

28

22% Jan.
123% July

Nov. 19

17% Jan.

115% Mar. 20 120
354 Mar. 13 10
17
6% Mar. 12
20% Nov. 18
7% Feb.
6 20%
1554 Jan. 17 28
27% Nov. 20
17

13 120

^

1354 Sale
9234
94
27
Sale
19
Sale
354 Sale
2934 Sale
2734 Sile
10834 Sale

73

40% Mar. 22 108
4 108 """Nov .*18
8%
2% Feb. 27
7% Nov. 19
12
4
Mar.
1
6%
6% Nov. 26
8
8% Mar. 15 23%
30 22% Nov. 1
2
Oct.
7
4%
3% Nov. 25
18
5
3
Nov. 29
25
154 Oct. 14
9% May 21 18%
13 17% Nov. 29
3
1 % May
1
4
254 Nov. 4
4% Mar. 7 1154
1 1154 Nov. 20
5
7
254 July 11
3% Nov. 19
26
June
1 42%
26 32% Nov. 19
23 182% Nov. 30 149% Jan. 15 187
8
3% Mar. 12
8
Nov. 29
1
1 36% Nov. 15
22% Mar. 15 36%
34% Mar. 18 65%
4 6554 Nov. 15
Jan.
2 152
6 151% Nov. 26 135
1% Mar. 15
4%
4% Nov. 25
1
6%
5
Nov. 21
1% June 20
1

31% Nov.
125% Nov.

2)1

5

Nov. 25

July 31
30% Nov. 21
42

9% Mar. 14 20%
15
Apr. 11 34%
40
Mar. 21 57%
4% Mar. 30 13
3%
2% Mar. 16
23% May
7 3654
60% Mar. 13 121

"3k sale" "~2%~Nov.""I "4%

26

5 448

30% Mar. 14

54
Nov.
8 59% Nov. 29
58
59
55
Nov.
1
99% Nov. 18
Sale
9034 85
88%
Sale
122% Nov. 14 126% Nov. 29
124% 125
145
153
153
Nov.20
Sale
"83% "Nov."! 93
9034
92

6)4

Feb.

338

Nov. 25
Nov.
1

25
58% Nov. 25

52% Nov. 7
3% Nov. 13
9
Nov. 9

11

1754 Sale
26)4
27
85
94

JP*
70

104

Nov. 30
Nov. 25

Nov."! "7"""Nov.

254 Nov.

3

17% Sale

17

29

73%

Nov. 18
Nov. 21

Oct. 16
May
3
12154 Aug. 29
Aug. 28
Apr.
4 8154 Jan. 19
July 17
Jan. 25 118
Mar. 15 2754 Nov. 30
Jan.
2
Mar. 29 11

Mar. 12 90
Feb.
9 128

71
122

109

106

'ft'!:
Forfootnotes tee page 43.

Nov. 22
Nov. 19
Nov. 29
Nov. 15
Nov. 18

54

Sale

10

5% Feb.
6 13% Nov. 25
Nov. 25
Feb.
6 111
6% Oct.
5
1% Mar. 18
85
Jan.
2 117% July 24
June
4
127
Jan.
5 141
June 19
142% Jan. 10 162
11
Jan,
8 33% Nov. 18
81

Nov. 25

Jan.
2
9% Mar. 15
1% Mar. 13
43
Jan. 15
2% Feb. 27

4

Sale

118

27
«•

preferred......—...100

Lambert Co

Nov."

-

......*
13,500 Kress (S H) A Co
•
447,300 Kroger Grocery A Bak

Preferred

84

16

9954

88% Nov. 22
Nov. 19
4 128

112

4 106% Nov. 29
June
3
2 108
Nov. 20
28
Nov. 16
Mar. 15
Nov. 12
Jan.
7 120
Jan.
Jan.

63
101

Nov. 25

|ft:^

8% preferred
*
15,820
10
537,500 Kresge (S S) Co
7% preferred...——100
3,915
14,500 Kresge Dept Stores—....... 1

Laclede

121
.....

12

*
12.000 Kimberly-Clark
15,300 Kinney (G R)........——*

8%

85

97%
3%
654
5%

Kayser(J) A Co.......

Conv class B...........—1
398,900
771,690 Kelvinator Co.——..—--*
3,890 Kendall Co part pref set A—*
2,366,700 Kennecott Copper ........*

54%

v.

74%

Sale

11434 115

June 29
Oct. 28

14% Nov. 16

100% Sept. 26 105

8

Nov.

125% Nov,

1%
2%
%
134
154
13%
1854 Sale
1454 Sale
35%
40% Sale
35% Sale
105
106
106% 108% Sale
25%
2534 Sale
2654 Sale
48
Sale
4754
48)4 4754
18
Sale
17%
2154 Sale
57
Sale
60
74% Sale
10%
1254 Sale
1054 Sale
14
Sale
13%
13)4 Sale
70
77
74%
75
80
13%
13
13% 1354 Sale
2454
2654 Sale
25% Sale
113
115
113
1

26

115
45

—...-——100
Stores..012.50

5
Kelth-Albee Orpheum pf-100
tKelly Springfield Tire...—5
6% preferred

2% Sale
1)4 Sale

§2*
87

........

Kaufman Dept

3154 Sale
Sale

125%

8%

■8

*
Preferred. ......——100
Internat Printing Ink—..—*
ft'
Preferred
............100 ?ftft 65
20
International Salt.
—*
38
International Shoe
—*
16
International Silver
106
7% preferred
—.100 -iV40
554
Internat Tel A Tel—...—-*
I nterstate Dept Stores
*
.>
Preferred
100
Intertype Corp—.——* ftV'ft, 4 54
Kr
20 54
Island Creek Coal———1
Preferred
——1 :ftft 85 -ftft

Nov.

2% Nov.
254
254
7% Nov.
Sale
3
Nov.
334 Sale
Nov.
28
2854 27
31
Sale
178% Nov.
182
Sale 182% Sale
654 Nov.
7)4 Sale
6)4 Sale
33
Sale
3154 Nov.
3154 Sale
56% Nov.
60
Sale
5754 Sale
145% Nov.
145)4 14554 151
3% Nov.
3% Sale
3)4 Sale
3% Nov.
5
Sale
354 Sale

Class C

*
lohns-Manville
*
Preferred-.-..——.100
Jollet A Chic RR 7% gtd—10®
Jones A Laugh Steel pref. 101

i'A

HSale
2)4 Sale
7)4 Sale
3)4 Sale

12

"ioiM

Class B.........

lewel Tea Inc

V/s

Sale

99)4 Sale
6)4 Sale
6
Sale
21
Sale

i*

——100

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

130

&

1854
23 %
110

Nov.

34
8

6% Apr. 30

Nov. 16
Nov. 12

4 120
4 13%
1 111
554
13
4 117%
13 137
15 160
1 33%

3054 Nov. 22

15
18

Mar. 19

4

Nov.~20

85

87

Nov. 22

130

«

21% Jan.
30
Jan.

7% Nov. 15
1
14% Nov. 16
1 106% Nov. 29

xll2% Sale

26

125 54 ft

Mar. 29 102% Nov. 30

~ Nov." 14
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

31% Nov. 25
33% Nov. 25

Mar. 29

34

25

3

12

7
7

116%
1054
106%
454

43% May 14
9
Aug. 16

7

Apr.

48

32% Nov*
654 Nov.
13
Nov,
103
Nov.
xl02

Mar.

6

Nov. 30

Sale
56
52
Nov. 12
56
8% Nov. 4 13
12% Sale
3%
3
254 Nov. 9
3%
30
Nov. 30 34%
30
Sale
117
Sale xll2% Nov. 1 121

21% Sale
5254 Sale
754
8)4
34

4

121%

Sale

*

P

it

Nov. 13
Nov.
7

Nov. 30

74% Nov. 14
254 May 13

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

30% Nov. 22

Nov. 12 116
22% Nov. 12 27%
2754 Sale
9%
854 Nov. 21
9
9%
390
Nov.
1 448
420
448
40
Nov. 20 42
41% Sale
2554 Nov. 1 30%
2754 Sale
Nov.
1 73
67%
7334 70

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40

Kelsey Hayes WheelConvertible class A—.....1
438,000




Sale

Nov. 14
Nov. 7

6

Sale
121

76k

1454 Sale

Copper..20
Inc..—-1
Rap Tran ftc 100
Cent Amer—_..*

Internat Mercan

85

Sale

5354
•■354
9%
16)4

Certificate*

Internat

Sale
Sale

3

20

Steel.—.—.————*

7% preferred

76)|
Sale
Sale

8% Sale
390

•7

950 Kansas City Lt 1st pf Ser B *
60,100 Kansas City Southern..—100

3,460
2,690
216,300
6.000
144,400
50,400
1,560
220,600
128,100
112,900
154,830
103.300
869,600
212,300

110

70

34
Feb
fl
46% July 17
1
Feb.,, 1
19
Feb. 16

Nov. 30

Nov.

29

126)4 Sale

127

76

80
4

--*
Preferred
100
Intercontinental Rubber...*
Inter lake Iron...———*
Internat Agricultural.-—-*
Prior preferred—-———100
Int Business Machines..—-*
Internat Carriers Ltd
1
Internat Cement.———*
Internat Harvester*——*

580

k Sale

106

85% Sale

44

preferred...—100

Int Rys of

47,900
105,670
128,100
2,110
269,500
97,800

Highest
Sale Prices

121% 121%

ilnterboro

50

10

1,800
74,300

125

...

_

Inspiration Cons

41,110

18,700
21,300
16,500
8,000

v

6%

Inland

45,300
736,950
4,295

*6",470

;

94

Insuranshares Ctfs

29,900
139,000
421,200
96,000
9,780
3,250
66,300
30,900
II,000
2,595,700
176,700
4,200
38,300
33,700
720

6,700
64,450
370

*■

I

65
120

Lowest

Sale Prices

111 ;
Sale
115% 111
135
135
138
133 * 146
160
168)4 154% 16834 160
2554
30% Sale
2554 Sale

40
104%

6%

66*,400

13

2554
25% Sale
120
120
11
11%
12%
110
106% Sale
5
5
Sale
115
111% 112

Preferred called——-

2,224,800
13,700

3034
34
7

118

v#:

100
847,900 Illinois Central
27,831
0% pref series A....... 100
Leased line stock...-.-100
6,240
RR sec stock ctfs ear A1000
10,030
10
9,700 Indian Refining. —
571,200 Industrial Rayon Corp...—*
70,600 Ingersoll-Rand..—.——--*

430

v

12

82

61,700 Hudson A Manhattan...-108
Preferred
100
22,000
1,217,100 Hudson Motor Car——-*
664,800 Hupp Motor Car Corp.....10

33",700

;

100%

Voting trust certificates.25
435,200
383,500 Howe Sound rot trust ctfs..5

27,200
5,300
46,900

31%
Sale

103k Sale" 104" 104k

—*

Motors..—

.

340

Sale
30%

9

29%
3034
10234

a

103

Highest
Sale Prices

6354 Nov. 25 70
66
Nov. 2 74%
1%
1% Nov. 8
30
Nov. 16 31
9
8
Nov. 12
29
Nov. 13 31%
24% Nov. 1 33%
87
Nov. 1 102%

154
31

30
3254
654

Sale
Sale

13

20
77

*
27,000 Hershey Chocolate..—
Cony preferred.———*
17,600
*
346,400 Holland Furnace
78,700 Hollander (A) A Son———-5
-100
20,000 Homestake Mining
*
118,200 Houdallle-Hershey cl A
Class B
--*
1,557,500
14,500 Household Finance part pf 5*
61,500 Houston Oil of Texas—..100

181.800
9,500
1,550
3.580
1,300
51,500
7,500

2,550
14,000
170,900
12,600
5,200
6,900
44,600
55,900
101,300
1,500
44,500
10,500

3154

'

198",200

68

29
35

Powder...———*
Preferred
100

630

"Y, 400
1

Sale

28%

•jh

Hercules

7%

87

irA

preferred.....———100

570

61,000

ft:

25%

Water....——25
Preferred A——
—25
Hall Printing-.-.—-------1®
Hamilton Watch—.—-——-*
Preferred
———*••
Hanna (M A) Co |7 pref
*

10

1%
26
32
8% Sale
29 k Sale
24% Sale

154
2554

6
12

2,560
46,000
24,010
4,065
7,360
$5 preferred
1,600
238,800 Harbison Walker Ref—....*
Preferred 6% —.—.—.100
1,100
166,500 Hat Corp class A......——1
7,980
6%% preferred———100
484,100 Hayes Body
..........—2
54,300 Hazel-Atlas Co......——25
6,700 Helme (G W)
-25

120

Ask

70

154

Hackensack

Lowest

Sale
Sale

•
65
68 % Sale

50

18
*5

7 >0i Greene Cananea Copper..100
388,300 Greyhound Corp (The)....-5
47,800 Guantanamo Sugar......--*
Preferred...
—-100
2,650
18,100 Gulf Mobile Ac Northern—100
Preferred
.......—100
33,800
—*
19,800 Gulf State* Steel..
7% 1st preferred.....—100
2,760

1

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

Shares

73,900
5,200

•

Nov. 1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

[PRICES IN NOVEMBER ;

EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Sharer
130

W

Nov.30 1935

SALES

AGGREGATE

-

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

38

Jan.

11

56% Apr.
5
22% May 16

80
80

Oct. 31
Nov. 12

32% Aug. 12

12
Mar. 22 27
Aug. 10
Aug. 20
19% Mar. 27 46
8
21% Oct.
3 28% Jan.
9
Jan.
3
5
May 13
8% Mar. 14 13% Nov. 8
1054 Mar. 14 1754 Jan.
7
Nov. 19
8954 Jan.
3 103
5
Mar. 13 11% Jan.
7
3 % Aug. 14
1% Mar. 13
5% May
1 1554 Nov. 26
67% Mar. 28 95% Nov. 18
10% Oct.
1 17% Jan. 25
21% Mar. 30 49% Oct. 28
654 Sept. 10 10% Nov. 16
*

'fl'.

N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1935]

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

39
; !y.'.

SALES

AGQREOATE
In

Shares

.400

33,600
35,900
9,200
33,100
149,500
2,300
20,000
36,500
6,900
100

J

:

59,200
510

42,000
1,440
13,400
38,800
21,400
1,900

V

r

23,600
17,000
21,400
68,100
2,680
1,240
4,160
630
r

250

20,700
39.200
4,400
100
930

13,100
88,100
15,700
3.100

3,800

77,900

'

8.000
195.800

7;

Sale
Sale

149

% Nov.

2

Sale

Sale

9

Nov.

4

Sale

Sale

19%
45%
23%
.27

Nov.

2
4

.

600
440

154,600
4,500
8,300
61,300
26,200
5,090
30,900
49,500
5,400
6,000
280

..........

6%% preferred

%
9%

...

20

Loui>rlll« * Nashville

45% Sale
24% Sale
25% 131%

Steel

....

Convertible

preferred..

Ludlum

36%

vlacAndrewa 8c Forbes
Preferred
Mack Truck Inc
Macy (R H) Co. Ins.
Madison Sq Garden v
Maftma Copper
Mahoning Coal RR Co,
{Manatl Sugar........
7% preferred.......
Mandel Bros
{Manhat'n Ry Co. 7%
Mod 5% guar...
Manhattan Shirt.....
Maracalbo Oil Explor.
Marine Midland
Market Street Ry.....
Preferred...........
Prior preferred.....
Second preferred

126

.......

24%
52%
8%
34%

.

37%
127

Sale

Sale
Sale

41

43

v

"1" n%
6%
6%

7%
6%

mm
8.7 9%
63

64

59

25%
14%
1%
8%

...

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22%

<

ll

5%

7%

23,500

I,6l0
268,406
382,560
430,400
36,600
64,400
8,300

27,166

37

Oct.

Aug.

,15

Aug. 20

Nov. 25
Nov. 15

7

Nov. 22
Nov.
Nov.

Minn Molina Pow Implem..*
Preferred
*
{Minneapolis 8c St Louis. 100
Minn St Paul 8c S S M
100
Preferred
100
Leased line
....100
Mission Corp...
....
Mo Kan-Texas
._*
Preferred series A...... 100
{Missouri Pacific ......
ISO
Convertible preferred.. 100
Mohawk Carpet Mills......20
Monsanto Chemical Wks-.IO
Montgomery Ward A Co...
Morrell (J) 8c Co
..*
Morris & Essex
.....50
Mother Lode Coalition.....*
Motor Products
Motor Wheel
Mullins Mfg Corp class A.7.50
Class B
Preferred new............*
Munainftwear,
Murray Corp of America..10
Myers (F E) 8c Bros
...

18

)1
13
L2
L2

51

Nov. 25

Nov. 22

% Nov.
2% Nov.

4
6

Nov. 29

Nov.

4

^62"
Sale

1,065,200 Nash Motors Co
7,890 Nash Chatt Ac St Louis
1(
382,806 National Acme
108,100 National Aviation Corp....]
1,210,200 National Biscuit
]
13,100
7% preferred
1<
570,300 Nat Cash Register
•1,229,900 Nat Dairy Prod Corp
1.816
7% preferred class A....11
860
7% preferred class B....K
450,580 {National Dept Stores......
111,970
7% 1st preferred.......100
2,445,860 Nat Distillers Prod new..
41,600 Nat Enamel Ac Stamp....
20,460 National Lead
.......
t
5,500
Preferred A
4,100
Preferred B
1,220,600 Nat Power Ac Light
7,500 Nat Rys of Mex 1st pref..
25,300
2nd preferred.........
415,400 National Steel
126,000 National Supply af Del.
36,686
Preferred
144,000 National Tea Co
150,700 N a torn as Co.............
67,560 Nelsnei Bros
58,980 Newberry Co (J J)......
2,430
7% preferred...........100
......

...

......

Sale

63

Sale

il27

29%
32
Sale
38% Sale
Sale
6
Sale
Sale
15% Sale
Sale
22% Sale
114% 112% Sale
90
85%
Sale
147
Sale

106% 109

106% 108

31% Nov. 12

33% Nov. 22

.51

53

Sale

6

14% Sale
2% Sale
Sale

4

20% Sale
Sale

90

37% Sale
52

50

64%

63%
"•

Sale

Sale

161

Sale

15%
Sale

Sale

„

20% Sale
19% Sale
43% 45%

Nov. 29 L56
Nov. 16
Nov. 7
57% Nov. 20
Nov.
1
20
Nov.
4

32% Nov. 14 34%
11% Nov. 13
14%
14
11% Nov. 15
98% Nov. 8 L04
14% Nov. 2
16%

'

Nov.
Nov. 13
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
15
Nov. 12
4% Nov.
9% Nov.
1>| Nov. 12
2% Nov.
4

4%
58%
%
1
1%
1%

.

.

.

20

Nov. 26

88% Nov. 29
33% Nov.
4
48% Nov. 20
62
Nov. 18
% Nov. 2
48% Nov.
13
Nov. 13
14% Nov.
1
13% Nov.
1
71" Nov.
19% Nov.
17% Nov. 13
44% Nov. 27
„

Nov.
Nov. 26

16
22
20

23
25
18
29
6
14
16
27

7

94% Nov. 14
40% Nov. 18
55

Nov. 12

63

Nov. 18

%
58%
14%
16%
15%
81%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

22

Nov. 19

21% Nov. 22
47% Nov. 7

18% Nov.

4

26

Nov.

2

14

Nov.

1

Sale
Sale

153
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

29

v

200

160%
Sale
Sale

|%
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
57

116

33%
149%
20%
19%
L10 %
109%
2%
30%
31%
•

28

L95
L58

Nov.

2% Nov.
29% Nov.
28% Nov.
27
Nov.
28%
190% Nov.
201
"

161

?

1

22

1

19%

Nov. 27 113%

Sale
31%
Sale

138
9% Sale
% a 1X

L37

Nov,

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

3

33%
34%
29

205
161

:/

•

138%
11%
1%
%

June 17

Mar.

35

7%
6%
57%
7%
33%
90%
5%

Apr.
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
Nov.
Jan.
May
May

14

Nov. 26

14

Nov. 25

32

04
Nov. 19
16% Nov. 26
45% Mar. 4
131
Nov. 20
10% Nov. 23

54% Nov. 25
Jan.
3
Nov. 29
Nov
6
Nov. 14
Oct. 21
30
Oct. 26
41% Nov. 20
6% Oct.
8

Apr.
Mar.

15%
112%
65%
8%
60%

Jan.

Mar.

20% Mar.
22

Apr.
24% Jan.
2% Mar.
Mar.

17
Nov. 20
24% Nov. 20
116% Oct.
9
85
Nov. 4
147% Nov. 30
sill % June 19

Mar.

3% Mar. 15
Mar. 14
% Mar. 14
%Apr. 24
1
Mar. 6

31

1 % Mar. 29
10% Apr. 9

2% July

5% May

22

7

1
July
8
1% Mar. 30
10% Mar. 13

55
Jan. 29
21% Mar. 12
48% Nov. 20
61% Apr. 18
% Apr.
4
17% Mar. 18
7% Mar. 12
9% Aug. 23
9% Aug. 23
62
Sept. 4
13% Mar. 26
4% Mar. 13
30
Jan. 12

Apr.
Mar.

4% Mar.
Nov. 30
6% Feb.
Nov. 6
22% Apr.
Nov. 25 141% Mar.
Nov.
13% Mar.
Nov. 25
12% Mar.
Nov. 6 108
Sept.
zl06
Sept.
Nov." 7
1% Mar.
Nov. 8
17
Apr.
Nov. 2
23% May
Nov.
6
21
May
Nov. 15 145
Jan.

8
29
29
14

11
11

June 17

28

11

20

23

Oct.

14

Nov. 12

150

Jan.

121% Jan.
4% Mar.
% July
% Mar.
40% Mar.

30

9

Mar.

30

36

Mar.

7% Nov. 25
Nov. 18
% Nov. 21
2% July 11

68

4

3%
16%
6%
15%

July
Nov.
May
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 14

Nov. 18




25

Feb.

May 24
May
1
Nov. 22
15

Oct.

16% Oct. 22
15% Nov. 25
81% Nov. 26
22

Nov. 19

21% Nov. 22
47% Oct. 25
Jan.

7

Jan.

8

Nov. 20
Nov. 30

6

Nov.

Nov. 25

8

Nov.

Nov. 25

6

Nov.

Aug. 19
Jan.

17

Feb.

16

Nov.

2

July

8

Nov. 15

May 23
July 30
Aug. 17
Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov.vM

7% Jan.

May 24

21% June
43% Jan.
Jan.

Mniyy
ys mm
i'.-J".■,

.■>" yy^v-y-y.

y;'f;y:iyyyy

7

Nov.

18

109

:

Jan.4
4% Nov. 25

25

20

t'

,

A r;fcv

3

23

21

Oct.

Aug.
9
Apr. 23

'•

For footnotes see page 43.

16
25
25

Aug. 17
Aug. 17
Jan.
4

22

'

10
22

18% Mar.

6

Vyy

25

Oct.

7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Sale
Nov.
Nov.
Sale
83% Nov.
Sale
Nov. 21
19% Nov.
Sale
7
Nov,
72
Nov.
O
8% Xi OY 14
Nov.
9%
10% Nov.
Sale
9% Nov.
11% Nov.
Nov.
37% 37
40% Nov.
55
Nov.
58
58% Nov.
Nov.
114% 112
114% Nov.
Nov.

54

55
4 103

Nov. 21
Nov. 20

11%
Nov. 27
36%
Nov. 22 152%

Sale
151%
Sale
Sale
Sale

25
22
21
25
25
26

-yy ypte■

33% Nov. 22
Nov. 16
57% Nov. 20
20
Nov. 4

-

Jan.

7
25
25
29
25

24
22
16
11

2 156

Jan.

15

25l

Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

Jan.

23

Nov. 26

24%

23% Mar.
35% Mar.
5% Jan.

30

22

12% Sale
11% Sale

Mar.
June

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

16% Sale

Mar.

4

3%
15%
6%
15%
2%
4%

23

Mar.

136

5

14

1% Nov. 29
6% Nov. 30
17
Nov. 30
2% Nov. 30
42% Nov. 21
14% Nov. 7
9% Jan.
7

6% Mar.
4

12

9% Nov. 22

Mar.

Nov. 29

Sale

1

20

20
8

Nov. 18|
% Nov. 21
2% Nov. 29

Sale

'

20
25
20

68

Sale

Apr.
June
Oct.

32% Jan.
84% Jan.

7% Nov.

4

5%
%
2%
3%

33

Nov. 25
Nov. 19

Nov.
33% Nov.
1 40% Nov.
.24
Nov. 4 L31
Nov.
7% Nov. 12
10% Nov.
49
Nov. 4 54% Nov.
12% Nov. 22
14% Nov.
.11
Nov. 8 112% Nov.
61% Nov. 13 65% Nov.
7
Nov. 6
8% Nov.
51% Nov.
1 60% Nov.
Nov.
27% Nov. 15 30
37% Nov. 8 41 % Nov.
6
Nov.
5% Nov. 13
14
Nov.
1
17
Nov.
21
Nov. 12
24% Nov.
:09% Nov. 14 114% Nov.
85
Nov. 4 85
Nov.
:126
Nov.
1 147% Nov.
Nov.
.06% Nov. 4 108

62

102l

Nov. 21
Nov. 7
Nov. 18

15
49% Nov. 2 53% Nov.
50
Nov. 4 50
Nov.
Nov.
00% Nov. 18 L02

6% Sale
64%
% Sale
2%
2%
3%
4
3%
4
15% Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

36% Nov. 13
12% Nov.
1
6% Nov.
6

49

7% Sale
54% < 55%

Sale

6% Nov. 30
17

2%
42%
14%
8%

15% Saler
49%
50%

Sale
101% Sale
Sale
33%
34
Sale
12% Sale
Sale
12%
13%
104
Sale
101
15
16%
14%
Sale
38% Sale
126
122% 126

_

.....

151
Sale

148
54

47

Sale

Apr.
Apr.
13% Mar.
10
Mar.
1
Feb.
3

29

Nov. 25

1

8
18

2% May
10
May
10% Nov.
66% Oct.
30
Sept.
19% Nov.
3
May

Jan.

4

1

4

31% Sale

155

53% Sale
L5
Sale
19%
49%

% Feb.

1

1% Nov.

Sale

54

19
14

Feb.
May
28% Jan.
57% Nov.
10% Sept.
30

1% Sale
6% Sale
16% Sale

....

Sept. 18
Sept. 18

46

13

1% Nov. 16
7% Nov. 16

1% Nov. 13

8

Jan.

Aug. 19
Nov. 29

Feb.
18% June
30% Apr.
5% Jan.
18% Jan.

55

9

Aug.
6
May
4
Nov. 20
Nov. 18
Oct. 16
Nov. 19
Nov. 25
1 108% Oct. 18
Mar. 15
2% Oct. 28
June
1
3% Nov. 15
Apr. 25 41% July 25
Nov. 27 108% Oct. 16
Mar. 26 26% Nov. 14
Nov. 29
Apr.
5 145
July 16
1% Jan.
7

37% Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 18

6

,6
Nov.
6% Nov.

Nov. 22
Aug.
6

Nov. 21

8% Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

261,666
2,994,156

Nov. 19

29%
5 120
4 122
7 167%
16 23%
14 27%
13 43
13 36%
7 55%

Nov. 18

14% Nov. 12

9

47,806

4 43%
Nov. 6 127
Nov. 13 26%
Nov. 12 57%
Nov. 1
10%
Nov. 12 35%

Sale

9

51%
13%
112%

10

4

Nov.

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.

%
4% June 19 14%
10% Mar 18 23%
34
Mar. 29
62%
12% Mar. 26 26%
90% Jan.
4 135

62% Nov. 29
25% Nov. 7

2% Sale

Sale

21,550

124

1%
33

107%
18%

Nov. 22

22

37% Nov.

Sale

19

Sale

501,900

102
1

13%

17%
24%
31%

1% Nov. 22
13% Nov. 22

Nov. 16 130

23

Con? pref series A......St
McLellao Stores class A
•
Preferred
lit
Melville Shoe Corp...... ..*
Men gel Co
1
Preferred
100
Merch 8c Min Transp Co....*
Meats Machine Co
5
'Uaml Copper
5
Mid-Continent Petroleum. 10
Midland Steel Products.....*
Firs* ©referred.,.
,..100
Milw Elec Ry & Lt 6% pfd.100
Minn-Honeywell Reft Co
*
6% pref series A
....100

294,060

18
20

18
18
19
25
30
2
15
20
27
14

Nov. 16
21% Nov. 16

12% Sale

149,060

Nov.
Nov. 26

94%
93%
151%
15%

7

Nov; 29

1 145

Mar. 14

21

22
6

15

Mathleson Alkali Workf...
7% preferred
.......100
May Dept Stores ..........10
Maytag Co (The)...........*
Pref with warrants
S3 preferred ex-warrants
SO 1st preferred ..........*
McCall Corp
•
IMcCrory Stores...........*
Class B
•
0% preferred
400
McGraw Hill Pub Co
•
448,000 Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..
76,300 McKeesport Tin Plate......
642.860 McKesson 8c Robblns...
5

9,200

Nov.

125
126..
25% Sale
21%
52% Sale
52%
9%
10%
8%
33
34% Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13% Sale
7% Sale

82,666

/

.38

Sale

roulsvllle Gas * Elec A,

21,400

336,900
.'3,500
1,600

112

Sale

2tll6,506

8,480
:

39%

112

25%

17,600
2,630
3,900
259,700

38,505

Sale

38

i.ooo

'

09

....

Sale

Preferred
tLouisiana Oil

2,450

121,600
3,290
142,900
21,900
123,300
1,100
146,800
247,700
390

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

Lorillard (P) common-....

668,900
78,300
30,500
15,200
7,400
7,960
161,900
239,000
388,800
53,100
115,600
209,375

:

Sale

117,200 Marlin-RockwellCorp.

390

■}

Sale

Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

24% Nov. 8 29% Nov.
11
Nov. 30 118% Nov.
12 ; Nov. 30 119
Nov.
60
Nov. 2 163% Nov.
17% Nov.
1 23% Nov.
22% Nov. 13
27% Nov.
40% Nov. 27
42% Nov.
32% Nov. 13 36% Nov.
48
Nov.
4
55% Nov.
.05% Nov. 7 106% Nov.
2
Nov. 12
2% Nov.
2% Nov.
1
3% Nov.
38
Nov.
4
40% Nov.
.07% Nov. 27 107% Nov.
25% Nov. 12 26% Nov.

2% Sale
38% Sale

244,700

9,700

...

42

Sale

■

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

206,700
23,550
1,530
435,100

10

44,900

Blsc..

5% preferred

484,766

4,700
29,500
5,910
,Y370
54,800
17,500
154,500
37,100
1,070

160

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
2% Sale
2% Sale
38% Sale

Long Bell Lumber A

228,100

41,900
38,400

30.700
74,400

162 ■
22
Sale

Sale

06%

....

294,700
2,060
146,300
183,400
44,700
1,680
9,110
87,000
668,300
148,100
29,300
17,600

35,300

8,300
12,600
6,000
1.700
:
2.570
14,200
72,200
125,700
14,400
27,100
33,800
16,300
532,300
2,000

Sale

Sale

334,700 Marshall Field 8c Co
37,800 Martin Parry Corp

16,700
47,700
7,900

4,900

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

34 %

...

Preferred
Loft Incorporated...

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

48 %

Loew'a Incorporated

Loose-Wiles

Nov. 30

Ask

41%
.....

10,900
15,430
15,100
8.815
334,200
62,300
48,700
423,800
7,920
1,960
14,190
2,700

710

440

17 %
24 %

4,,

Liquid Carbonic

29,400
1,260
453,200
346,400
51,500
118,000

'

1,200
7,800

.

15 %
61

'

£-800
V

com.

Link Belt Co

10

•

24 %
14 %

.....

76,800 Lima Locomotive Works..

260

Nov. 1
Hd

114,100
246,800
1,243,500
25,700
126,300
85,900
73,500
y.i
400
534,200
9,500
136,600
9,490
133,400
138,400
249,900
20,000

1,800
108,400
56,500
2,100
13,100

Nov.30 1935

66,100 Life Saver* Corp
31,800 Lif><*ett & Myers Tob
231,090
"B*
16,400
Preferred.
84,900 Lily Tulip Cup Corp

8,700
1,800
20,100

•;

I

July 1 1933

Jan. 1

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

STOCKS

V'

'

f :■

yy-'y-;">yyy
y
:-y;
yyy

yy^yy^yy

N. T. STOCK

40
AQGREQATE

Jan.

November

74,800
11,300
582,100
17,700
84,400
3,120
6,520

;|v 120

47",600
20

81,800
42,200
28,000
16,700
300

31,400
160

•

770
230

3,200
5,900
250

334,400
7,600
400,239
4,600
200

473",500
880

7,600
130

101,700
39,100
154,700
1,200
11,400
119,300
510

215,800
2,800
-

210

42,600
1,980
640

790

63,900
29,000
4,000
720
120

26,500
422,400
300

'17,100
560

186,700
41,600
107,500

1

Ask Bid

6*
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

1*

140
Sale

"4 X

Sale

8*

Sale

2* Nov.
6* Nov.

6

Sale

Nov.

2* Sale
IX
12 x Sale
68
63 X

Nov.

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

96

Nov.

ISov.

!!*

102

Nov.

102

Sale

* Nov.
193* Nov.

200

Sale

106

105

Nov.

106

Sale

Sale

28

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

99*
6

24*
52*
3*
97*
3X

Sale

Sale

51

Sale

IX

Sale

25 X
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

107

17

121

122
Sale

Otis Steel

-*

Sale

Prior

preferred......... 200
—•
Preferred............—100

Sale

Outlet Co

54

Nov. 23

10* Nov.
21* Nov.
11* Nov.

First

ti*

Sale"

Nov.

14* Nov.
7* Nov.
52* Nov.

28* Nov.

2

.....5

Ac Ref—..—*

Sale

8% preferred..........100

Sale

Paramount Pictures new...1

Sale

preferred...........100
........10

Sale

67

Sale

1st

2d preferred

15

158

Mar. 13 200

Nov. 15

99
9

Jan. 10 108
Mar. 13
28

June

35* Mar. 15
Mar. 13

2

57

Jan.

Nov.
2* Nov.

4

29* Nov.

2

20

6

Nov.

8

29
21
16
18

29
28
18

12

Mar. 20

Jan.
4* Apr.
11* Apr.

75

Jan.

06

3
4

4* Mar. 14
22* Jan.

11* Nov .
8
24* Nov. 29
July
5

7 125

17* Sept.

85* Nov. 18
54
Nov. 16
14* Mar. 23 115* Aug. 29

80

Mar. 12 129

14

Aug.

Mar. 12

Mar. 26

3* Nov. 20

8

19

12

Nov. 12

6* Nov. 6
11* Nov. 4
1* Nov. 25

Nov. 15
1

Nov. 19

20

Nov. 22

1

Mar. 18
June 19

70
Jan.
11* Jan.

6*
3*
10*
*
0*

8* Nov. 30

10* Nov.

6

8

Nov. 30

82* Nov.

6

67

10* Nov. 29

11* JSov.

6

e

17* Nov. 13

Nov.

7

Nov. 12

5

18* Nov. 19
Nov. 18
Nov. 12

7

16

Nov. 12

10* Nov.

26
20
25
24
4
3

14* May 17
25* Nov. 18
16* Nov. 20
16 107
Nov; 26

38

4 121
2 138

Nov. 21

2

56

Nov.

16

6* Nov. 29

10* Apr,
99
Aug.
24* Nov.
51* Oct.
2* Jan.
32* Jan.

16

Nov. 12

18
8

Nov. 22

23

3* Apr. 22
1
Mar. 27
13* Mar. 6

2

Nov.

9* Mar. 18

16* Oct.
3* July

Nov. 20
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov. 8

Nov.*

54

3 102

14

3*
7*
3*
30*

Nov.

136*
9*
Sale
6*
11*
11*
Sale

Packard Motor Car.....—.*

93* July

Nov. 27

114

—

Pacific Western Oil........*

7

5

Nov. 25
May 28 102
* Aug.
6
1* Nov. 25

15

1

7

Jan.

June

21

51

Jan.

9

Nov. 26

51
16

*

Nov. 18

Oct.

17* Nov. 13

........25

—♦
Pacific Teleph Ac Telegr—100
Preferred—
100

Nov. 29

Mar. 14

29

24* Nov. 25

129

1

3

Pacific Mills

Mar. 29

May 22

3* Nov.
86* Mar.
13* Mar.
35* Jan.
1* July

54

8

Prod

22

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Panhand

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 26

4* Nov.

Pan Amer Pet Ac Trans

8

11*
24*
124*
17*
85*

preferred.......—..*
.......—*
Corp

Nov.

107

118* Nov.
14* Nov.

Sale

2d preferred

Pacific Lighting

Nov. 15
Nov. 12

Nov.

121

114* Mar. 14 114* Mar. 14
* May 31
1* Nov. 8
99
96
Nov. 16
May 22
2* Oct. 23
8* Jan.
4
5* Oct. 23
16* Aug. 13
Mar. 15
6* Nov. 25

Nov. 25
Nov. 18
Nov. 27
Nov. 25

Nov.

19* Nov.

1* Nov.

Pacific Gas Ac Elec

8

101

.........10

5,620 Pacific Coast

112

25* Nov. 18
16* Nov. 20

"

25
204,000 Owens-Ill Glass Co..
126,400 Pacific Amer Fisheries Inc..5

4

Nov. 27

9
Sale

69,360
2,100

1

50* Nov. 22
1* Nov. 14
24

Sale

Sale

1,339,700

Nov. 29

25

Nov. 25

Mar. 14
5* Aug. 29
Mar. 29
13* Nov. 29
June 12
Mar. 11 139

12

Nov.
Nov.

Nov

Nov.

9* Mar. 12

Nov. 16

Nov.27
7

Nov. 20
Nov 25

2

97*

Sale

„*
.*
DO

54*
6*
102
4*

10

Mar. 12

25

1* Nov. 25

Sale

13

Mar. 12
Mar. 12
Mar. 12

Nov. 30

9* Nov. 22
6* Nov. 25
2* Nov. 29
Nov. 18

Nov.

3* July

Nov. 25

Nov. 22

Sale

97*
6*
98*

27
7
20
25

1* Nov.
96

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

.........

*~Nov."
96

84

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

"~

Sale

Sale

....

30

it*

*

50,500 Oppenhelm Collins Ac Co.
696,500 Otis Elevator
5,135
6% preferred
.......

2,680
2,910
613,000
308,400
40,800
17,590
4,030
141,700
3,317,300
10,300
42,900
3,940
844,050
99,000
587,700

Sale

97
Sale

.......—700

A

11

Sale

Sale

Omnibus Corp 1 te
Preferred

10 *

35^
11g

new.....*
(The)..*

(The)

Oliver Farm Equip

Highest
Sale Prices

125

Sale

Ohio Oil Co

Lowest

Sale Prices

140

Sale

897,400
97,600
586,800
4,200

Highest
Sale Prices

129

*

57,700 N. Y. Chicago Ac St Louis. 100
Preferred series A..... 100
226,700
100
8,130 New York Dock
5% preferred
16,466
f 00
2,470 New York Ac Harlem...... 00
10
10% non-cum pref
50
122,100 {N Y Investors Inc
60 N Y Lackawanna Ac West.100
525,750 {N Y N H Ol Hartford
100
Convertible preferred.. 100
315,900
77,400 N Y Ontario Ac Western—100
70,100 NYRya pf
•
Preferred stamped........
1,000
244,800 N Y Shipbuilding
...
1
3,530
7% preferred...
..100
6,780 New York Steam pref 6% — '
5,280
7% 1st preferred.......
13,100 {Norfolk Southern.......100
—100
36,100 Norfolk Ac Western
Preferred. ..........—100
4,850
—*
2,295,400 North American
103,400
6% preferred
?
00
983,539 North American Aviation...1
*
54,000 North Amer Bdlson pref
1,100 North German Lloyd...
1,450 Northern Central.......—50
1,551,600 Northern Pacific.....—-100
4,390 Northwestern Telegraph—00
25,200 Norwalk Tire Ac Rubber—..*
Preferred
.........—00
;
740

New York Central

Ask

5* Nov. 15 10
8* Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Sale
22* Nov. 2
14 X
10* Nov.
1
4
20* Nov.
1
32 * Sale
5
Sale
3* Nov. 15
Sale
9* Nov. 4 13*
125
Nov. 14 127
128
126

Sale

3,518,400

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

370 {New Or! Tex Ac Mexico .,.1M
328,500 Newport Industries Inc
1
89,500 Mew York Air Brake.......'

■

SINCE JAN.

1933

Nov.30 1935

1

30

21",400

July 1

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

STOCKS
H. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

Shares
160

:

SALES
Since

In

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

July
Mar.
Jan.
June
Mar.
Aug.
Nov.

8
4
56
21

2 121
14 138
11
11*
13
7*
9
12

20
12
28
30

9* Aug. 28

Mar. 30
Jan.
7

30* Nov.

8

8
2
Nov. 18
Nov.
Jan.

Sept. 26
Aug. 23
Oct. 22
June 14
1* Nov. 25
20
Nov. 22
12
Sept. 19
101* Sept. 19
14*'Sept. 18

{Paramount Publix Corp—

1,500,500
3,400
169,400
95,000
67,800
12,200
10,800
7,500
37,100
12,400
34,600
10,000
232,400
4,700
230

35,700
900

7,500
5,900
5,900
5,100
31,200
138,400
107,200
4,800
1,200
760

3,120
68,200
83,000
3,300
140

217,600
1,900

25,100
1,038,000
181,500
166,400
261,000
48,400
66,300
342,300
89,300
120,600
33,800
1,469,600
51,800
1,700
282,300

Certificates of

deposit..10
1

Park Ac Tllford

Sale

Transport Co..—*

Sale

Corp...—...—*

Sale

..*

Sale

Corp..............A

Sale

Parmelee

Pathe Film

Patlno Mines At Ent Cons
Peerless

Penlck Ac

Ford.....—...—.*

750

68*
Sale

Penney (J C> Co—
Penn Coal Ac

Coke......—10
.-*

Sale

100

Sale

50

Sale

People's Drug Stores Inc ...»
Preferred—
.100

People's Gas L Ac Coke—.100

Sale

Cement——

Penn-Dlxie

7% preferred series A
Pennsylvania

2,700 Peoria Ac Eastern........100
29,700 Pere Marquette—........100
Prior preferred.........100
24,900
Preferred..............100
18,500
16,800 Pet Milk....
.......
202,600 Petroleum Corp
.........5
216,600 Pfelffer Brewing Co........*
1,114,400 Phelps Dodge...
25
52,300 Philadelphia Co pref 4%—50
10,530
$6 preferred
1,980 {Phlla Rapid Transit Co...50
5,800
7% preferred............50
271,400 PhUa At Reading G At I
*
383,500 Philip Morris At Co........10
8,610 Phillips Jones Corp........*
1,000
Preferred—...........100
1,818,400 Phillips Petroleum——*
15,000 Phoenix Hosiery...........5

60

18*

Park Utah Cons Mines..—.1

Preferred

.

.

18*
4*
3*
7

20*
Sale
Sale
Sale

12* Sale
1* Sale
70
79

5*
4*

74

79*

5*
Sale

4

Nov. 14

1
1* Nov.
1
5* Nov.
1
12* Nov. 22

Nov. 22
Nov. 26

3* Nov.

Nov.

9

67* Nov.
79* Nov.
4* Nov.

4
1
2
9

1

3* Nov.

28

Sale

21* Nov.

9

Sale

27

2

Sale

30
33

Sale

113

2%

Sale
31* Nov. 12
Nov. 16
116* 111
35* Nov. 4
38* Sale

2* Nov.
Nov.

Sale

46*
35*
13*
10*
13*

Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov. 1
Nov. 12
Nov. 1

Sale

24

Sale

43

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

2*
5

Sale

54!

Sale
Sale

80
Sale
Sale

............100

"7

Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa)—.100

36*

3* Nov.
2* Nov.
54* Nov.
8* Nov.
80
Nov.
33* Nov.
8* Nov.
77
Nov.

9*
Sale

40

440 Pitts Ft Way At Chic pref .100

71,190
1,760

269,490 Pittsburgh Screw At Bolt.
*
12,550 Pittsburgh Steel pref
100

180
Sale

1,100
890

6,600
3,770
4,970
1,700
48,100
50,300
8,900
7,500
41,900
84,200
35,300
38,400
1,460

6,500
2,660
43,900
18,410
9,105
8,200
406,100
155,900
33,100
23,000
253,900
225,400
104,620
338,200
7,810

Pitts Term Coal......

6% preferred
......100
Pittsburgh United——..__25
Pref

con v..

........100

Plttsb Ac

West Virginia—100
Plttston Co (The)..
•
Plymouth Oil..............0
Poor At Co class B___.......
Porto Rican Am Tob cl A...*

Class B

•

{Postal Teleg At Cable prof100
{Pressed Steel Car common *
7% preferred...........100
Procter Ac Gamble———*

Preferred 5%

For footnote* *ee page 43.




..100

...100

6
13
1
1
18
30

25
9

Nov. 30
4

Nov.

1*
74*
84*
5*
5*
30*
30*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
34* Nov.
13
Nov.

3
18

22
25

16
2

41* Nov. 20
4
Nov. 22
34* Nov. 23
62* Nov. 22
Nov. 27
53
16* Nov. 22
11* Nov. 29
16* Nov. 27
26* Nov. 25
45* Nov. 13
85* Nov. 12
4* Nov. 29
10
Nov. 27
3* No¥. 19
64* Nov. 21
Nov. 18
12!
Nov. 18
80
Nov.
6
3/!
Nov.
1
9j

Nov. 22

4

78!
1J

Nov.

4

8

1

1* Nov. 23

Nov. 13

38

Nov. 25
Nov. 23

Nov. 16

Sale

M
Sai%
15*
2

Sale
Sale

4V
IV
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

1* Nov. 25
0* Nov. 25

8* Nov.
35* Nov.

Nov. 14
Nov. 27 176
8* Nov. 15
6* Nov. 1
44
Nov. 29 49* Nov. 20

175

Nov. 12
Nov. 12

Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.

9
6

Nov. 14

1
Nov. 13
Nov.

Nov.
x-Jov.
Nov.

2
6
1

Nov. 12
Nov. 15
Nov. 27
Nov.
1

2* Nov.:
15* Nov.!
3* Nov.
62
25

8* Feb. 28

21

* Nov.
35

27
20
21
18
3

12
64* Feb.
5

* Nov.
4

2* Mar.
May
2* Mar.
* Apr.
4* Oct.

11

30
16
18
16

79

100

6% preferred

1

Nov. 12
Nov. 13
74
Nov.
1
2* Nov. 14

Sale

10" 006

148,500
57,900
1,900
46,700
15.900

1,500

6

23

Sale

193,800 Pierce OH Corp...........25
24,500
8% preferred..........100
Pllsbury Flour Mills..—..—*
Pirelli Co of Italy A .........

Nov.

Sale

106,300
11,600
69,800
3,900

Pierce Petroleum...——....•

Nov.

18

Nov.
NOV.:

2* Nov.:

* July

57* Apr.

3

2* Mar. 13
Mar. 9

Aug.

7

Nov. 14

Apr. 26
Nov. 26

Sept. 3
May 23
Nov. 30
July
8
Sept. 18
Aug. 21
Jan.

7

Mar. 11

Nov. 22

17* Mar. 12

Nov. 25

30

5

Apr.

7
7

Mar. 31

2* Feb. 26
9* Mar. 13

Nov. 22

Feb.

08* Oct.
17* Mar.

2

Aug. 17

Nov. 23

16* Mar. 13
13
Mar. 15
13* Oct.
7
7* Mar. 14
11
Oct.
2
12* Mar. 15
23
Feb. 27
38* Mar. 5
1 * July 26
3* July 30
1* Mar. 21

Nov. 22,

35* Mar. 12

Nov. 21

5* Mar. 22
53* Apr.
1

Nov. 18

13* Mar. 12
3
Mar 21
50
July
8
* Apr. 27
2* July 24
* July 16
31
Apr.
8
65* Aug. 26
7
Mar. 14

Nov.

26* June

6

Feb. 14
5* Mar. 13
22* Mar. 13

.72

1
Mar. 21
10* Apr.
4
1* Mar. 20
24* Apr.
4
6* June
4
1
Mar. 21

12* Nov.

Mar. 15

12*
5*
2*
11*

Mar. 15
Mar. 19

Nov.:
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.:
4
Nov;:
19* Nov.:
51* Nov.
121
Nov.

fiiV.

Feb. 28
June 13

May 14
May 14
Jan.

Jan.

12
2

Nov. 17
Feb.

4

Nov. 29
Nov. 27
Nov. 25

Nov. 13
Nov. 12
Nov. 29
Nov. 27
Jan.

Oct.

Oct
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Jan.

9

31
6
22
22
25
23
23
16
25

Aug 13
Aug. 13
Aug. 21
Jan. 11
Oct.
1
Nov. 25

Sept. 13
Sept. 11
Nov. 18
Nov. 25

Aug. 30
Nov.
6
Nov. 20
Nov.
9
; Nov. 12

7
Nov. 21
i Nov. 21
; July 23
Nov.
7
i Jan.

N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In

SALES

Jan.

69,600
8,300
4,500

Nov .30 1935

1

Shares

Shares

.v

600

Nov. 1

77,400
185,300
38,300
9,200
m
200
800

9,100
380

1,500
1,800

88.300

"8",700
7,900
40

12,800
744,800
1,087,700
i
50,875
21,170
360,200
5,640,133
145,100
1,188,200
1,324,200
151,200
43,100
4,700
7,100
49,400
,
2,740
H'. 22,100
12,000
675,700
37,500
26,000
33,900

Sale

73
84
99

con*

Radio

Sale

116

Sale

92

8h

Sale

14*

:

v

*

22

Sale

13 %

Sale

Reading Company........50
.......50

27

First preferred

.........100

Rem'ton-Hand

..25

24 %
69

21%
98 X

i «t preferred..........100

$6 preferred

.....

Class a...........

Preferred..

10

5%%

*

pref........100
1

con▼.

12.50C
15,60(
1,350

St Joseph Lead

260

37,30(
990
92(

27,10(
187,60(
39,000
17,820
1,100
70,900
14,100
55,200
2,700
178,500
9,100
1,850
220,800
93,800
67,000
25,400
3,900
490
140

•

1

97

Nov. 14

2

95

Nov. 22

««

3

9

10

22

35

«

105

«9 H
101

24%:
109

6

39 %
65
18 %
20

28%
2

28 %

45%

10

Nov. 25

Sale

Nov. 25

107

Nov. 26

9
12
Nov, 12
12%
26% Sale
20% Nov, 8 28
108
7 115
111% 104% Nov,
Sale
25
24%
x24% Nov, 14 26%
112 %
Nov, 25 112%
113% 110
Sale
Sale
1
24% Nov,
29%
Sale
56% Sale
56% Nov, 4
65%
58%
64%
64% Nov, 20 67
17
Nov, 29
18%
15%
17%
18%
Sale
31%
28% Nov, 2 32%
Sale
9
48% 45% Nov,
48%

IS*

"3%
Sale

100

Sale

18

8% preferred..........100

Sale

it*

.............

Sale

t Sea board Air Line. _......•
Preferred
..........100

Sale

Seaboard oh Co of Del.....*
Seagrave Corp (The).......*
Sears, Roebuck 8c Co.......*

Sale
Sale

Second Nat Investors.......1

Sale

1%
3%

66%

.......1

125,000
5,600
1,830
31,100
800

327,000

6,830

172,900
60,900
40,500

325,600
500,700
408,100
83,700
295,500
56,000
22,700
928,500
1,073,100
9,500
1,452,400
127,600
191,700
36,400
31,800
4,800
743,100
944,700
2,941,500
50,400
9,880
56,100
257,900
150,100
58,100

8,800
63,000
11,800

2,200
100,700
95,500
1,900
158,100
12,400
15,500
10,100
7,800

60", 166
237,300
578,000
11,900
1,090
8,300
58,200
17,500
13,500

Fur footnotes

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

6

Nov. 14

Nov. 29
Nov.

Nov. 20

Nov. 15

1

Jan.

15

1
6

Nov. 30

Nov. 26
Nov.

a

VA

59

64% Sale
3%
69%

Nov.

9

Nov. 25

7

1

Nov. 20

Nov.

1

Nov. 25

66

Nov.

4

Nov. 19

3%

elg

Nov.

Sale

11

Nov.

2

Nov. 23

11%

Sale

Nov.

9

Nov. 23

24%

Sale

Sale

5

Sale

Sale

42

Sale

31

30%

Nov. 12
Nov. 13

38

Nov. 19

Sale

._

31%

Sale
Sale

King Coalition.......5

tmmons Co

Sale

10

kelly Oil Co
.....

<o Porto Rico Sug

63 % Sale

California

Sale

12 %

Sale

•

1st preferred

100

Spang Chalfant 8c Co pref if*
Sparks Wlthlngton..
....

7% preferred

•;

108

Nov. 2:
f

Nov.

6% Jan.

15

17

Nov. 21

60

Jan.

22

111

Nov. 2£

13
24

Mar. 29
Mar. 12

58

17
58

]

63% Nov. 2
46% Nov. 30

70% Nov. 1(
50

Nov. 21

26

30

Nov.

Nov. 20

11% Nov. 13

Sale

25
143

Nov.

7

13% Nov. 21

20

Jan.

132

Nov. 25

Nov.

27

Nov.

25% Nov. 25
15% Nov. 29

Sale

8% Nov,
12% Nov.

Sale

26

Nov.

6% Nov.
Nov.

91% Nov.
Nov.

6% Nov.

Sperry Corp (The)

12

Sale

Sale

11% Nov.
13% Nov.

6%% preferred....

Stand

100

Brands

Preferred

...........

Com'l

Tobacco....

^Standard Gas

■!'

♦

,— —

...

*

'II*

Preferred (6%)

Preferred (7%)

....

II*

Standard Investing Corp.
Standard Oil Export pref. 100
Stand OH of Calif

..

Standard Oil Co of Ind_.

'.25

Standard OH of Kansas... .10

Standard Oil of N J...... .25
Starrett Co (The LS)
£ *

Sterling Products Inc....
Sterling Sec Corp cl A
Preferred...
....

Conv

1st preferred

Warner
Stone 8c Webster

....

110
...

•

y•
Isfl

Corp.... —5
....

.....

{Studebaker Corp..

111

....

100

Sun OH
...

.

Superheater Co (The).... ,..»
.............

.

1

loo
Superior steel..
Sutherland Paper Co..... .10

see page




......

43*

6%
4%

Sale
Sale

7

Sale

Sale

17

Sale

1% Sale
112% 113% 113
36% Sale
27% Sale
21%
23
48% Sale
26% Sale
67

Sale

2

Sale

6%

Sale

48

50%
17% Sale
12% Sale
7% Sale

73

Preferred,.
superior OH

10534s Sale
14% Sale
124% 126%

16

ft Klec

$4 preferred

Stewart

Sale

Sale

47
Sale

Nov.

8

20% Nov. 29

33%
8%
70%
103%
7%
8%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

30
22

22
29

Sale

Said

Nov.

26

15

Nov.

48

Nov. 22

81

Nov.

Nov.

14% Nov.
125
Nov.

5%
4%
6%
17%
15%
Sale
16%
2%
1%
113% 112%
Sale
36%
Sale
26%
Sale

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

22% Nov.

Sale

47% Nov.
26% Nov.
65% Nov.

Sale

3%
8%

Nov.

11

Nov. 23
Nov.

8

8% Nov.

8

6
18

Nov. 22

20% Nov. 22
2% Nov. 18
113

38

Nov. 23
Nov.

7

28 % Nov. 15
30,, Nov. 20
%

50% Nov. 15
Nov. 16
68

Nov. 12

3

Nov. 27

16% "Nov i

Sale

11

17% Nov. ~6
1
14% Nov.
10% Nov. 25

45

Nov

6% Nov.
a;71

Nov.

120% Sale
2634 Sale
2% Sale

118

Nov.

Sale

1
105% Nov.
15% Nov. 25
129% Nov. 18

Sale

Sale

Sale

7

Nov, 23

119
Sale

12

2

6% Nov.

Sale

Sale

10%
Sale

Nov. 25
Nov.

7

15% May 24

5

Mar. 14

42
Apr.
59% Apr.

2
3

Mar. 13

3% June 25

16%
20%
33%
8%

Jan.
4
Jan.
4
Nov. 30
Nov. 22
70% Nov. 22
103% Nov. 29
7% Nov. 22
8% Oct. 18

Mar. 23

7%
8%
33%
43%
101%
12%
122%
2%
1%
1%
4%

81

Nov. 13

31

Mar. 14

36% May 11
13% Sept. 18
15% Oct. 22

Feb.

14

48

Mar. 27

84

Mar. 14

Nov. 22
Oct.

21

3

June

9

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

% July
Jan.

27% Mar.
23

21

July 26 105% Nov.
Sept.18
19% Jan.

Mar.

6

111

Oct.

4 130

/

11%
9%
11%
25%
27%
2%
116

Apr.
Nov.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
Aor.

1

23
17
17
12
17
18
6

Mar.

38% May 24
28% Nov. 15

24%
2%
10%
20%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

77

120%
29%
2%
12%
22%

Nov. 21

1
Nov,
Nov. 23
1
Nov.
6
Nov.
Nov. 7

20

Oct.

32

35%
12%
58%
1%
3%

Mar.
Mar.

50% May 23
32% Nov. 16

Jan.

68

36

2

Sale

22

35% Nov." 27
12% Nov, 15

Nov.

Sale

Sale

8
8
23

5% July
July
July

22

71% Nov.

104% 104

50

30

15

65

44

70% Nov. 16
30

Feb.

31

Sale

1

107% Jan.

148

18

6

Nov.

Nov. 21
Nov. 29

15 112
Oct.
1
28 % May 24
4 150
July
5
27
10% Mar. 13
Nov.
8
12% Mar. 18
25% Nov. 25

111% Nov. 21
27% Nov. 14

Nov.

25

55

46% Nov. 30
?
15% Apr.
10% Aug. 30

Nov.

80

14%

24

1

6% Sale
7% Sale

78% Sale

Mar. If

6

Nov. 25

Nov. 14

19% Apr. 26
19% Nov. 6
18% Jan.
9

8 111

Sale

44

14

Nov. 25

15

Nov.

Sale

..

Feb.

38%
111

Nov.

80

.

Mar. 21

42

Sale

Splcer Mfg Co

Mar. 19

103

33

Convertible preferred a..
Spletfel-m a.v-Stern Co
v.::

Mar. 14

9

Nov. 19
Nov. 23

12% Nov. 23
25% Nov. 6
5% Nov. 25
50
July 23
31% Sept. 21

9

76

v t c.

15

Nov.

Sale

7%

70

7% Mar. 13
7% Mar. 14

4% Oct.

Sale

8

69% Nov. 20
4% Nov. 25

Nov. 21

Sale

69%

6

Apr.

14

Sale

26
148

Nov.

8

May
9
4% Jan. 26

3

1% May

2

4% Nov.

57%
66%
68%
46% Sale
26% Sale
12% Sale*t
56

Mar. 12

31
40

5

Spencer Kellogg 8c Sons

100

Nov. 30

Oct.

16% Nov. 29

Sale

15% Sale
105

1
2

35

Jan.

8

55%

25%
18%
9%
13 %
24 %
6%

.....

Sale

5

June 29

3

20%
5%
63%
8%

1

Nov. 25
Jan. 18

1
Aug.
20% Mar. 12
2% Oct. 14

30

10% Nov.

ism Sale

91

Nov. 18
Nov. 25

Nov.

103

2

3% Mar. 12
40% Nov. 12

1

2
June 29
June 19

4

Nov.

6

114

12

Nov. 29

Nov. 26
Nov. 29

55

Nov. 25
Nov.
1

9

g
Nov. 29

Nov. 21
Nov.
2

Nov.

Nov. 25
Nov. \a

93

Edison....25

Spalding (a g) ft Bros

Sale

Jan.'

Jan.

3

13%
56%
4%
20%

2

4

Nov. 22

11% Nov.

111% 111-

25%
140 %

ft Ohio cert!fs..l00

Sale

111%
Sale
143
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
28
Sale
57%

111

*

southern Pacific Co...
100
Southern Railway..
100
Preferred
....100

Spear ft Co

27

...100

......

8% preferred

ill"

Sale

...

Petroleum......

Preferred

30;
38

Sale"

Mar.

1% Apr.
8
Apr.

Nov. 29

Nov.

Nov. 26
Nov. 23

Jan.

4

6

Nov.

30%

Nov. 12
Oct. 29
Nov. 22

11*

Mar.

12

31% Nov. 9
,04% Mar. 11

22

Sale

Nov. 23

Jan.

2

Nov. 25

Oct. 21
Nov. 7
Nov. 25

2

1

Nov. 26

Nov. 2b
Nov. 26

14

Oct.

Nov. 25

Nov. 22
Nov. 25

6

109

Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 14

3
Apr.
Apr. 15

June

Nov. 21

f

Nov. It

86

Nov. 27
Nov. 19
Mar.
1
Nov. 25

24% Nov. 21

i*

Nov. 15

7

10% Mar. 13

Nov. 29

f
Nov. 2"

25

6% Nov. 25

Nov. 21
Nov. 27

Oct.

18

8

Sale
2

30
3

Nov. 20

Apr.

Nov. 13
Nov.
6

»

2,040,558 Standard

450

Nov.

14

....

660

Nov. 26

Sale

Conv

Mobile

Nov. 22

Sale

Hoop

Sharp 8c Dohme.

<ou

6

9

20
29
30
16
20
25
20
Oct. 21
Nov. 25
Jan.
7
Nov. 6
May 14
Aug. 16
Nov. 13
Nov.

13*

3

pref series a-......*
Sheaffer (W[A) Pen Co
*
Shell Transp ft Trading... £2
Shell Union Oil.,
Convertible preferred.. 100

Sharon Steel

,

Nov.

15

20

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.

17% Nov. 22
99
Aug. 26

1*

82

9%
22%
4%
40%

tmms

Nov. 23
Nov. 12

J an.

1

88
Aug. 22
21% Oct. 15 25%
98% June 10 110
Mar. 13
5%
Mar. 15
20%
28% Mar. 18 97
2
78% Oct.
95%
12 4
Apr.
3
28
Apr. 17
75
Apr.
9 115
17% Apr. 29 26%
June 10 112%
101
12% Mar. 20 29%
43% Mar. 26
58%
67
55% Apr. 22
19
5% Mar. 26
21% Feb. 25 32%
29% Mar. 12 48%

Nov, 25

86

3% Nov. 13
17% Nov. 1
69% Nov. 1

19

7

Nov. 25

liH

Nov. 23

Nov.

i°4

Nov.

...»

...

64,300
1,375,000
84,500
12,860
353,100
4,300

109*

7

........1

(g f)

200

9,900

18

Nov.

i

69

Nov .12

Nov, 20

31% Nov.

87% Sale

Solvay Am Inv Corp—
6%% preferred.........100

7,190

21%

I*

Sale

3,060
2,700
27,600
342,100

~

20H

13
24

Sale

Sale

910

P

Sale

Sale

Sale

2,540
136,000

22%
n

Sale

Stores...... 1

42

7,400

22%

Sale

105

59,100
422,400
214,000
139,100
v'
1,200

82
3

5% Sale

1%
Sale

...100

10,700
240,600
3,130
597,600
1,939,200
989,300
468,400
5,200
17,800
3,710
13,410
563,600
29,920

85

80

25

W 3

•09% 110
11% Sale
50% Sale

Hlver

Nov .27

25% Nov. 19

Nov.

Schenley Distillers Corp....5

112.00C
17,80f

"88"

Nov.

108

Serve! Inc

18

June

86

Sale

Sale

Shattuck

3

Mar. 12

7

82

100

preferred

Mar. 26

8

94

~4%

Sale

conv

1

7

17% Nov. 22

101

Sale

85

Nov. 12

22% Nov. 18

24%

33

Paper

8

Nov.

Sale

loss-Sheffield Steel ft Ir.100
7,32f
Preferred..
19,910
......100
2,700 Smith (a o) Corp
*
265,900 * older Packing
....*
2,376,200 *ocony Vacuum Oil Co Inc.15

280

78

Nov.

Nov. 13

5 113
July
11
52% Jan.

2% Nov. 20

92%

Sale

23,000

Sale

Sale

Scott

72

Nov. 27

6

Sale

17

2,100

14

Schulte

10,241
327,800
29,300
347,700
10,600
1,330,600
36,900
16,460
1,533,800
365,600
417,410
111,100
25,930
1,690
3,700
944,000
77.20C
668,40(
664,80(
333,00(

Nov. 22

Nov.

86 %

.........100

Retail

Nov.

18

105

Nov. 25

36% Nov. 26

18% Sale

..25

V-

~

87
24

Nov. 25

an

ill Nov. 26

Sale

Nov. 20
Nov. 15

Nov.

63% Nov.

Safeway Stores............
Preferred (0)
...Iff
Preferred (7)
........Iff
Savage Arms Corp
...»..•

56,050

179,800
15,600
62,300
103,000

16

1

Nov.

Nov.

2%
16%

2%

1

Nov.

88

....10

Preferred..

Nov.

J&K
72

12

18% Sale

tSt Louis-San Francisco. 100
Preferred
St Louis Southwest

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov. 20

19

Royal Dutch Co n t sha_...

523,600
57,700
53,310
3,930
1,370
319,900
10,790
11,840
112,300
1,250,400
148,030

80.90C

9

Nov.

99%
16%
12%
56%
87%
5%
29%

78%

10

Ruberoid Co (The) capstk..*
rr. pref
100

4%
24%
33%
43%
35%

1

Sale

9

Class a
.........If
Rltter Dental Mfg
►
Roan Antelope Cop Mines...

20.610 Rutland

9

68

78 % Sale
23 % Sale
117
102
4% Sale

Nov. 12

Nov. 29

82

2

Remolds Spring Co.......

Reynolds (rj)Tob cl b

37

Sale

9 116

6
Nov. 20 102% Nov.
3% Nov. 14
5% Nov. 25
17% Nov. 12 20% Nov. 20

<

.....100

Reynolds Metals Co.....

39

2%
16%

5%

............

37

40%
36%

64

1

6%

•.«.

Sale

Sale

3%
20%

Rels (Robt) Ac Co___
1st preferred ..........100

Sale

Sale

W*
36

Nov.

Jan.

'

Nov. 18
Nov. 27
Nov. 21
Nov.
8
Nov. 19
m

29% Oct.
5% Mar. 21
13%
49% Mar. 18 116
June 25
65
99%
1
8% Feb.
17%
4
Mar. 13
12%
Mar. 18
50
62%
35% Mar. 12
87%
6
1% Mar. 13
16% Mar. 13
29%
29% Mar. 28 43%
36
Apr.
6 43%
33
Apr. 15 37%
11
3% Apr.
4
2 72
20% Apr.

Nov. 12

Nov. 20
Nov.
9

4

Mar. 14 147

100

Nov. 12

Sale

28

Nov. 25
38x8 Nov. 22
13% Nov. 20

46%
20% Mar. 5
62% Feb. 20 102%
73
Mar. 14 116%
85% Mar. 14 130%

99

Nov.

81

Sale

28

Second preferred.......50
Real Silk Hosiery.........10

147

Nov. 18
Nov. 27
Nov. 21
Nov. 8
Nov. 19

Nov. 29 112

Nov. 21

Sale

11%
29 X

l§t*

46%
102%
116%
130%

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

Sale

Sale

iRadio-Kelth-Crpbeum ci a*

Preferred..

96

56

Preferred b........

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale,

Sale

Sale

Raybeatos-Manhattan. ......

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

4

"a"......51)

preferred

Highest
Sale Prices

102%

49
33 %

pre*

Corp of Amei..

7%

8,960
229,900
13,100
130,000
761,300
2,440
20,200
94,600
57,500
1,500

310

25,300
1,600

........ltd
6% preferred.............
Purity Bakeries
•

19,400

1,600
10,100
3,500
1,500
17,300

42.400

8%

29%
5h

*

.

27,000
2,000
20,200
72,100

,

Pure OH....

■v
iviotor Car
853,100
........5
1,684,200 republic Steel Corp.
Convertible preferred —100
419,700
41,100
6% con* prior pref ser a 100
27,000 «evere copper 8c Brass
5

940

'

Pullman Company..

Prior preferred..
25
200 Renns & Saratoga rr Co. 100

v

233,300
375,400
16,200
19,600
9,300
8,000

83%

55 preferred..

Lowest

Ask

42%
99%
Sale
114
115"" 112%
130 % 127
129
129%
Sale
143
145
144%
♦
112
110
112% xlll
Sale
37% Sale
32%
Sale
12% Sale
11%

20 h
69 H

823,900 Pub Ser Corp of n j common *
69,400
$5 preferred
*
42,800
6% preferred..........100
19,500
7%
ieo
10,100
preferred
—100
Public Service El & Gut—

2,800
118,500
268,200
2,750
2,500
48,800
1.673,900
11,400

1

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
Sale
43%

Par

....

400

RANOE SINCE JAN.

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

41

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Mar.

Feb.

18

Nov. 12
Nov. 27

Mar.

3

Mar.

8% Nov. 23

6%
2%
2%
60%
115%

Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
xll
Apr.
1% Jan.
5 >. Mar.

17% Oct.

48

Oct.

31

185% Oct. 22
14% Nov.
1
10% Nov. 25
77

121

Nov. 21
Mar. 23

29% Nov. 23
3
Apr. 17
12% Aug. 27
23

Oct.

22

N. Y. STOCK
AQQREQATE

SALES
Since

EXCHANGE—STOCKS
PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Nov.30 1935

Shares

par

,8* aV/a
Sale

14,500
29,800
1,520
224,800
24,900
20,600

iS

.......

...

75,100
250,800
1,177,400
624,200
852,200
677,700
48,100
241,000

Sale

HP.
IP.

...

Texas Pacific Coal & Oil... 10
Tex Pac Ld Trust ctfs

100

Texas Ac Pacific
Ittatcber Mfg.

Convertible

18

....

Thennoid Co._.._........~l

100

Third Nat'l Investors......

3 ys
27

1

16,700 Thompson (J R)..........25

7%

465,500 Thompson Products........*
223,700 Thompson-Starrett
...
.*
6,700
Preferred...
.........*
852,800 Tidewater A«-oc Oil....
*
77,300
Preferred 6%..........100
4,280 Tidewater Oil....
966,900 Timken-Detrolt Axle Co...It
673,400 Tlmken Roller Bear
•
1,241,900 Transamerica Corp
*
152,300 Transc & West Air Inc.....5
136,000 Tran Ac Williams Steel Forg*
654,100 Tri-Continental Corp

23 %
3

Underwood

>

9;

llH

United Aircraft Corp w i

.5

United American Bosch Corp*

*
....—...100

United Biscuit of Am

Preferred
United Carbon

Sale

5

Sale
Sale

38

Sale

28%

70

Sale

20 X

Sale

94)4

Sale

88

Sale

22 X

Sale

20

Sale

9 X Sale
14)4
13X
*24

Sale

112X 114)4
71

—

United-Carr Fastener Corp.*

Corp...............*

Preferred

532,300 United Drug Inc.......—5
129,093 United Dyewood..........10
4,130
Preferred
....100
166,500 United Electric Coal
—*
373,000 United Fruit
»
1,538,960 United Gas Ac Impt Co......*
36,900
Preferred..
—*
25,800 {United Paperboard Co..100

41,600
18,170
498,200
20,100
109,700
3,690
5,010
188,200
29,000
395,500
34,820
15,200
23,230
83,900
122,300
10,200
251,400
7,460
66,600
368,400

Sale

82
80
129H 133
36 X Sale

United Air Lines Trvtcwl.5

United

Sale

M

•

Elliott Fisher

....

■

Sale

4X Sale

Preferred

3,793,400
1,116,800

Sale

Sale

..........100
82,500 Union Tank Car
*

931,600
20,300
137,200
I,580
228,500
15,100

Sale

Sale

252,000 Union Bag Ac Paper
...»
1,140,400 Union Carbide Ac Car
•
368,800 Union Oil, California
25
410,000 union Pacific..........—100

1,767,500

Sale
43

•

7% preferred

46,700

8
Sale

61X Sale
9X Sale

—•

men At Co

£40

28

Sale

41

147,000 Trass Traer Goal
.......*
183,300 Truscon Steel O
10
141,400 20th Cent Fox Film Corp..
166,300
Preferred...
*
60,600 Twin City Rapid Transit...*
29,790
Preferred....
100

78,600
75,100

Sale

Sale
Sale

101

.....

..

19

10 Ji

—

Preferred

Sale

Sale

20

_

1|'300

Sale

106
Sale

preferred..........100

7%

Sale

38X Sale
59 % Sale
11X

"*
preferred....*

The Fair Co

Third Avenue

o

Sale

6)4
7)4
19)4 Sale
1)4 Sale
6
Sale

7H Sale

Corp
.....6
Tennessee Corp............6
Texas Corp (The).........25
Telautograph

Texas Gulf Sulphur

3

*
....100
*
Preferred
———*
Universal Leaf Tobacco.—•
Preferred....
100
Universal Pict 1st pref—..100

Sale

19

Sale

6)4
4254

Sale
Sale
Sale

P

Sale

4X

Sale

69 X

Sale
Sale

84

17 %

Sale

106)4 107)4
5X

{Universal Pipe Ac Kad Co.l
Preferred...
—...—10i

Foundry
20
1st preferred.............*
U S Distrlb Corp
*
Preferred.............-100
U S Freight
•
U S Ac Foreign Secur Corp..*
Preferred. •. ———*

U 8 Pipe Ac

Co.........—20
preferred..........100

U S Gypsum

570

6

6)4 Nov.
18)4 Nov.
% Nov.
2% Nov.

2
1
4
4

7% Nov. 14
Nov. 25
1)4 Nov. 27

Sale

7

24)4 Sale
32)4 Sale
8)4 Sale
10)4 Sale
22% 23

\

37H
Sale

36
60

r in
9)4 Sale
3)4
4
28)4 Sale
8
8)4
24)4 Sale
354 Sale
22)4
25
11% Sale
02
Sale
41
43)4
10% Sale
07% Sale
11% Sale
14)4 Sale
13
Sale
7)4 Sale
95)4 Sale
454 Sale

7H A*

23 %
31

Sale

Sale

10% Sale
65% Sale

3)

3)4

81
133
42
Sale
71% Sale
20
Sale
05)4 Sale
87)4 Sale
22% Sale
22)4 Sale
12)4 Sale
80
25

i

17
.

24)4 Sale
12
114)4
70)4
72
23)4
24
6 % Sale
4354 Sale
10% Sale
12)4 Sale
85%
89
4M Sale
69
Sale
17)4 Sale
08

22%
29%
7%
9)4

Nov. 8
Nov. 13
Nov. 22
Nov. 13

18

Nov.

X Apr. 15

Nov. 26

IX Apr. 29
6X Sep*. 20

6

9

Nov.

15

8)4 Nov. 20
8)4 Nov. 20
25)4 Nov. 15
33% Nov. 27

7% Nov. 12
6

3% Mar. 6
Sept. 16

21

Nov.

9

16X Mar. 13
28X Apr.
4
3X Jan.
2
8X Jan. 15
14
Apr. 22

7

Nov. 25

24

35% Nov. 9
59)4 Nov. 27
11
Nov.
4
94)4 Nov. 20
6% Nov. 8
2)4 Nov. 15
27)4 Nov. 2

40

Nov.

2

61
12

Nov.

8

X Nov. 18

10% Nov. 21
4% Nov. 18

4

Nov.

8

95% Nov. 20

29

3% Nov. 20
27

10% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
72)4 Nov.
13% Nov.
15% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

21
18
6
25
18
20
6

15)4 Nov.

Nov.

60% Nov.
9%
12%
12%
6)4
93
4)4
6)4
18%
27%
4)4
37)4

Nov. 20

6

12%
L04X
43)4
11%

100)4 Nov.
43)4 Nov.
9

Nov. 15

8)4 Nov. 29
26% Nov. 22

23)4 Nov. 13
254 Nov. 12
18)4 Nov. 13

13
1
8

4
12
1
13
14
7

Nov.

2

69)4 Nov. 13

Mar. 13

Nov. 29

1254 Nov. 29

44

11

Mar. 14

Nov. 30

3% Nov. 23
5)4 Nov.
1
79)4 Nov. 27 82% Nov. 19
[33
Nov. 18 L33
Nov. 18
36

Nov. 22

75% Nov. 20

Jan.

14

X Feb.

78

9X Mar. 13
4X Mar. 13
7
Mar. 29
20 X May 16
111
Oct.
1
46
Jan, 28

Nov. 16

Nov.

Nov. 27

Nov.

Nov. 21

Nov.

Nov. 21

3
Feb. 27

17 X Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov. 16

Mar. 13

Nov.

Nov. 15

Mar. 21

Nov.

Nov. 15

July

18

Nov.

Oct.

1

Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov.
8

Nov.

Nov. 26

Mar. 15

Nov. 12

Nov. 25

Jan.

Sale

Nov. 12

Nov. 12

109

7%

Mar. 13

181,500
2,810
432,600
139,900
4,900
66,700

74X

74
•74)4

Nov. 14

Nov. 29

Sale

Nov.

4

159

Nov.

1

Nov. 29
Nov. 21

Mar.

Sale
Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 25

Aug

Sale

69
Sale

Nov. 12

Nov.

1

Oct.

Sale

Sale

1

Oct.

Sale
Sale

Nov. 18
4
Nov.

Nov.

Sale

V

Sale
Sale

1

Nov. 27

Nov. 26

n?*

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

7

Nov. 15

Nov.

2

Nov. 19

Sale

Nov.

1

Mar.
Mar.

Sale

95
Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 29
Nov. 27

Sale

Nov. 13
2
Nov.

Mar.

Nov.

7

Mar.

Nov.
Nov.

7
7

Jan.

1

Nov. 20

Mar.

«?*

Nov. 27

Mar.

Sale

Sale

9%

Nov. 25

Nov.

4

Nov. 25

Mar.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 12

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov.

6
8

Mar.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 12
Nov. 20

Nov. 30

Sept.

71

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 18

Mar.

Sale

Sale

Nov.

2

L19'X Nov. 20

Mar.

139)4
169)4

137

Nov. 29

Sale

Sale
Sale

2
1)4 Nov. 1
Nov. 2 56 X
18)4 Nov. 2 21 %
Sale
28% Nov. 26 33
112)4 111
Nov. 9 L14
Sale
40
Nov. 6
43 X
46

100

100

Sale

6% preferred..........100

Sale

109
8
35

...

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

conv

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

preferred.

Warren Bros

........

18,400
Convertible preferred.
112,900 Warren Fdry Ac Pipe
70,500 Webster Elsenlohr
140
Prefer-*"* ^
i_:

see page

43.

49

Nov. 18
Nov. 19

I

Sale

Nov. 20
Nov.
1

Feb.

34

Feb.
May 28
Aug.

Nov. 19

Aug. 16
Jan.
3
Nov. 20
Oct. 31
Nov.
2
Nov. 14
Nov. 20
May 10

Jan.

Nov. 20
Nov. 20
Nov. 26

15
Feb. :
63 X Mar. J
09 X Feb.

Nov. 27

Nov.

Nov. 25

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 27

Nov. 29

Nov. 19
Nov. 15

Nov.

_

June '

Nov. 26

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Apr.
IX Mar.
1
May !
1

4X Mar.;

Nov. 25

5

Nov. 25

July

Mar.
Feb.

19

5
Aj>r. 24

IX Feb. :

Nov. 25

27
25
27

Aug.

26 X June
114
Jan.

Nov. 25

9

17

Nov. 25

:

Nov. 29

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov. 14

14X Mar.

54 Nov.

Nov. 15

Mar.

; Nov. 25
i Nov. 14
1 Jan.
2

Mar.

i

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 22

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 22

Sale

2154 Nov.
5% Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov. 22

20 X Aug.
4
Mar.

85

Nov.

85

:

'43 X

72X Jan.
2

9

Nov.

21 % Jan.
7
53
Nov. 14
Nov. 18

2X Mar. ]
17 X June
85

7

Nov.

2

56 X

Apr.
Apr.

Nov. 2
Nov. 14

18
6

Jan.

45)4 Nov.

Sale

11 )4

Sale
ioo

Nov. 14

19X
11%
11X
91

21
25

28X Jau,
2X Mar.

Sale
:

Feb.
Mar.

X Mar.

Nov.

4§*

7% preferred
$3.85

3

Sale

Sale

{Warner-Qulnlan

1% Nov.

2%
8)4
28)4
117
114)4
Sale
3%
9%
7%
1%

Sale

6)4% preferred.........100
{Walworth Co
Ward Baking class A

28)4 Nov. 29 32)4
115
Nov. 12 119
108)4 Nov. 1 110X
4
Nov.
6
7%
18
Nov. 8 33
72%. Nov. 6 80
115)4 Nov. 8 117

3)4
9)4

Sale

Walgreen Co...—......

Jan.

70

Sale

aVA

Waldorf System........

Jan.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov. 22

~3)4 Nov."29 "4%"Nov." 1

Sale

3%

Warner Bros Pictures..

1

73
Sale

Chem..........

.....

34

Sale

VIckChemical Inc......——5

Class B

Nov.

38)4 Nov. 12
Nov. 20 L65
Nov. 12
1
Nov.
3)4 Nov. 9

169)4

Vanadium Corp of America.*
Van Raalte Co
5

.......

Mar.

Sale

29

10X Nov.

Jan.

Sale

28

50X Nov. 20
9X Sept. 18
16 X Sept. 18
73
Sept. 11
9X Nov. 25
17 X Jan.
3
42 X Jan.
7
124 X Apr. 25
73 % July 24
50X Nov. 18
119X Nov. 20
140 % May 16
165
Aug.
3
4X Aug. 13

Mar.

Sale

Nov. 12
Nov. 20

Nov. 25

70

Vadeco Sale* Corp........—*

Pieferred A

Feb.

Sale

Oct.

7
24
3

7
21X June 25
3X Oct.
4
20X Oct4
32X Nov. 19
15
Nov. 29
96
Nov. 27
87
Nov. 7
L60
Oct. - 8

July

Sale

4

Preferred B

Nov. 26
7X Nov. 25

22

June

Sale

;

L10

72X Nov.
Nov.
73
Nov.
2X Jan.
19X Mar.

Jan.

1

Nov.

{Wabash

24X Nov. 27
7X Nov. 21
45 % Nov. 21
13 X Jan.
7
14 X Nov. 16
90 X May 23
7X Jan.
9
92% May 14
18X Nov. 8

78

Mar.

Sale

II,600
7% prior pref..........100
13,920 Virginia Elec At Power 0% pf*
1,410 Virginia Iron, Coal Ac CokelOO
140
5% preferred
100
5,200 Vulcan Detlnning
160
550
7% preferred
..100

257,600

Nov.

Nov. 21

9
7

Nov. 16

L59

Feb.

Sale

40 Vick Shr & Pac Ry Co pf—100

26,900
65,800
2,180
56,100
160,800
4,650
192,100
15,600
63,500
41,100
2,022,700
48,830
55,300

78

5X Jan.

Nov. 20

7% 1st preferred

Nov. 27
Nov. 20

26X Jan.
[18
Aug.

7X Jan.

Nov.

Preferred

3
17

Nov. 30

33 X Jan.

Sale

1

10

Apr.
Apr.

Sale

........100

Jan.

June

Sale

Preferred

Nov. 15

July
July

June

Sale

U S Indus Alchol

172,600 Va-Caro

276,200

28

22

Nov. 20

82 X Mar. 28
79 X Mar. 14
20X Oct. 16

Nov. 25 21
Nov. 15
94)4 Nov.
1 107% Nov. 25
Nov. 13 88
Nov.
1
22% Nov. 2 24 X Nov. 13
19)4 Nov. 4 22)4 Nov. 30
Nov.
1
13% Nov. 27
Nov.
7 20
Nov. 20
Nov. 12 24)4 Nov.
2
Nov.
8 L15
Nov. 14

5

Jan.

6

85

U S Hoffman Mach.........5

*

Nov. 19

Apr.

15

20

f

1#

Nov.

IX June 10

Mar. 13
June 14

7

x Nov. 25

53 X Mar. 29
L26X July 17
29
May 28
44

Nov. 12

,

72X Nov. 18
l.W Nov. 20
Nov.
6
Nov.
6
Nov. 25
Nov.
2
May 10
Nov. 18
Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov. 30

Apr.
4
3X Oct.! 14
3X Mar. 13
13
Aug. 28
24X Oct.
3
2 X June
5
18
Mar. 18

8% Nov. 18

Nov.

.

ii

;

Mar. 15

Mar. 12
Mar. 29

24% Nov. 29

71

9

9X Jan.

8X Nov. 20
25X Nov. 15
36% Feb, 19

Mar. 15

8% Nov. 25
97)4 Nov. 2
5)4 Nov. 18

32

Sept.30
Nov. 25
IX Nov. 27
6
Nov. 26
9

21

9X Oct.
7
12 X May 14
25X Jan. 10
Nov.
2
13 X May
8 40
Nov.
8
50
May
4 61
5X Apr. 10 12X Oct. 19
Oct. 16
61X Jan.
7 .00
10X Nov. 21
2X Mar. 7
5
Jan.
5
2
June 28
29
Nov. 15
16
Mar. 15
8X Nov. 29
5X Jan.
7
13 X Mar. 13
26% Nov. 22
3X Nov. 20
IX Mar. 15
27
Nov. 20
17
Apr. 23
7X Mar. 18 12X. Nov. 21
Jan.
8 [04 X Nov. 18
Mar. 20
43X Sept. 4

10)4 Nov. 25

2

;

Mar. 15

4

161

428,300 Utilities P At L "A"




Highest
Sale Prices

160
Sale

7%

13,600 U S Tobacco....

For footnotes

Lowest
Sale Prices

Preferred

United Stores A

....

w

Highest
Sale Prices

United Piece Dye Works

71,300 U S Leather v t c
•
226,500
Class A v t c—...———-—*
13,700
Prior preferred v t o ..—100
426,900 U S Realty Ac Impt
•
678,500 U S Rubber.
..*
637,000 -• 8% 1st preferred—.....100
611,900 U S Smelt Ref At Mg
50
30,700
Preferred..
..........50
3,691,250 United States Steel..
.100
299,800
7% preferred........-.100

'

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

19

...

.

1

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

1

Nov.
Bid

23,200 Sweet* Co of Amer (The)—50
410,200 Swift & Co
25
30,900 {Symington Co
53,100
Class A

i;:

RANGE SINCE JAN.

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Mar.

Apr.

Jan.

7

Aug.
6
Sept. 19

; Nov. 22
Feb.

18

,

V

N. Y. STOCK

DEC., 1935]
SALES

AGGREGATE
In

November

July 1

12,100
442,800
50,700
16,740
21,900
15,890
n
11,130
11,060
3,500

6,450
69,800
7,900

;

690
■J

2,320
1,510
!•
490
790

>

:

—

16,300
211,000
28,400
45,000
113.600

44",900
7,900
12,200
22,900

450
500

19,700
70
.

60

24,500
5,100
201,500
23,200
19,700
10,000
8,200

114,700
32,200
12,010
23,700
3,550
4,200

56.400

;

6,000

53,000
848,700
9,770
218,300
634.000

275,100
1,360

27,600
172,700
4,300

;

,

Sale

90
95

91
Sale

84
94

Nov.
1
Nov. 21

92
90*4
117*4 Sale

85

117

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

110

Nov.

X

Class B ▼ t c—.......

-100

Preferred

9 K

17*1

18*4

2*4
5*4

2*4
Sale

31*| Sale
91*4 Sale
123

26*4

Sale

26*4

36*4 Sale

22*|

29

23*4

27

35*4 Nov.

22*4 Nov. 12

Sept.

9

Nov.

2

Nov. 14

Nov.

1

.02*4 Nov. 13

Jan.

15*4 Nov.

6

13*4 Nov. 21
1*4 Nov. 2
10*4 Nov. 12

Nov.

94

2

Nov.

Sale

75*4 Sale

Sale

Sale

56*4 Sale
22*4 Sale

Sale

54*4 Sale

~ Sale
47*4
49
36

Sale

45*4
58

48
Sale

71*4 Nov.

36
47

Nov.
Nov.

9*4 Sale
5 *4 Sale

6*4 Nov.

8

Nov.

6

96

Sale

81

Sale

38*4 Nov.

1

35*4 Sale

27*4 Nov.

1

Nov.

1

9*4 Nov.
5*4 Nov.

1
1

Sale

*>

44

Listed

i»

stock share

13

1934;

replaced no

par

stock

Los Angeles
Los Angeles

i«

share for share.

dividend payable

Nov. 30 1934.

April 30 1934.
Adjusted for 100% stock div. paid Dec. 31 1934.
"
Par value 400 lire is ted Sept. 20 1934; replaced
600 lire par value.
«* Listed
April 4 1934; replaced no par stock share
for share.




i#

Listed June 1 1934; replaced Socony-Vacuum
Corp. $25 stock share for share.
The National Securities Exchanges on which

a#

low,prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated
by superior figure* in tables), are as follows:
'

New York Stock

*i

*7

14 *4

Stock

Stock
Curb

New Orleans Stock

Philadelphia Stock
Pittsburgh Stock

**

Richmond Stock
St. Louis Stock

*>

Salt Lake City

8

8*4 Nov. 25

6

Minneapolls-St. Paul

14

35*4 Nov.

7

Detroit Stock

'7

no par

for share.

Sept.

Colorado Springs
Denver Stock

82*4 Apr. 26

1*4 May

14*4 Nov. 25
6*4 Nov. 6

'•

§?*

100*1

California Stock

i>

Jan.
3
Nov. 22
65*4 June 18
Nov. 19
Nov.21
Nov. 21
Nov. 30

79

2*4 June

43*4 Nov. 29
36*4 Nov. 16
Nov. 9

100*1

Chicago Stock
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago Curb
Cincinnati Stock
Cleveland Stock

»

9

2*4 Nov. 25
35*4 May 27
9*4 Nov. 22

2*4 June
6
31*4 May
8
18
Mar. 18
13
Mar. 15
38*4 Apr. 11

Nov. 20

•

*4

55%

7

17*4 Apr.

»
*•

From last classification and above, loan
of current.

April 4 1934; replaced

8

35*4 Nov. 8
8*4 Nov. 25

Adjusted for 25% stock div. paid June 1 1934.
name Aug. 9 1934; replacing
par stock.
Former name, American Beet
Sugar Co.
From low through first classification, loan 75%

Listed

Feb.

Nov. 30

79*4 Nov.

7*4 Sale

3

58

Nov. 29

88

5

Apr.

Nov. 21

Nov. 16

4#

4»

25

51*4 Nov. 21

76

of current.

*

15*4 July 27

Mar. 14

2

61

31

no

replaced no par stock

11

Jan.

11*4 Mar. 12
25*4 Mar. 13
20
Apr.
4
35*4 Mar. 13
73*4 Mar. 13

60

Sale

««Listed under this

Listed May 24 1934; low adjusted to give effect
to 3 new shares exchanged for one old no par share.

3*4 Nov. 23

6

25*4 Nov. 19

Sale

Sale

*

1*4 Mar. 15

22

Oct.

1
1
1

77

133
5;

Sale

98

.....*
1

value.

12 102*4 Nov. 13
18*4 Nov. 26
9
4
24*4 Jan.

Mar. 15

26
4
23

Apr.
2
51 Jan. 15

79

33

98

July 12 1934; par value 10s. replaced
£1 par, share for share.
** Par
value 550 lire listed June 27 1934; replaced

18*4 Nov.
15*4 Nov.
3*4 Nov.
14
Nov.
2*4 Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov.
6

1

Nov. 13

56

20*4 Nov.
46*4 Nov.

100

44

Nov.

"8*4 Sale" "6*4 Novr"4 "9*4 N"ov."22

Sale

95

Zonlte Products Corp

7

50

Feb.

7

1
17

50

14

13*4
2*4

Oct.

Nov. 19

32*4

Nov. 20
2

30
50

2*4 Sale

Nov. 19
Nov.

Mar. 14

17*4 Sale

12*4
2*4

7
7

Mar. 28

27*4 Nov.

Sale

im

Jan.

8
8
7
27

2

30
Sale

[00

Feb
5 123
Mar. 18
4
16*4 Mar. 13 25*4
18
Jan.
3 35*4
10

29
14

77*4 Nov.18
35*4 Nov. 19
98*4 Nov. 19

90

[23

8
29

32*4 Nov. 14

29

50

1*4
2*4

26

1

Sale

43

Zenith Radio Corp

2

30
44

preferred........100

Adjusted for 100% stock diy. paid

1*4
*4
5*4
7*4

Nov. 19
31*4 Nov.
37*4 Nov. 13
25*4 Nov. 19
33
Nov. 25

1
6

Nov.
1
Nov. 27

L20

28*4 Sale

•»

95

20*4 Mar. 14
18
Mar. 27
32*4 Mar. 18

38*4 Sale

Adjusted for 66 2-3 % stock

104*4

Nov. 22
Nov. 22

77*4 Nov. 18
35*4 Nov. 19
98*4 Nov. 19

Youngst'n Sh 8c Tube....

1933;

36

Nov. 29

4
8
4

79

4*

24

31

39*4

61*4 Nov.
26*4 Nov.
88*4 Nov.

34 K Sale
6% Sale
75
82*4

share for share.

26

34 '

Nov. 26

8

4

Nov. 26

15 55*4 Nov.
29 84*4 Oct.
91
Nov.
Mar. 6
Mar. 6 99*4 Nov.
Nov.
Mar. 14 92
July
Jan. 17 120
Jan.
2 114
Aug.
June
8
2*4 Jan..
May
1
*4 Jan.
9*4 Jan.
Mar. 15
Mar. 30
19*4 Nov.
July 19
3*4 Jan.
Feb. 26
7*4 Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

15*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.

3

72

99*4 Nov.

92
1
1 120
6 114

7*4 Nov. 12

25
Yel Trk & C'ch class B...10
7% preferred
....100
Young Spring 8c Wire ......*
5*4%

91

Sale Prices

30*4 Jan.

9*4 Nov. 29
19*4 Nov. 27
2*4 Nov. 25
5*1 Nov. 25

Sale

Wrlgtey (Wm) Jr_.r

Listed

Aug.

113

70*4 Sale

Yale At Towns Mfg Co

^Adjusted for 25% stock dividend paid Oct. 1

«•

Sale

15 *4 Sale
1*4
IK
3%
4K

Western Pacific......... -100

Ex-dlvidend.

**

8

Maryland ...... -ioo
Second preferred..... .100

Ex-rights.
t Companies reported in receivership.

Listed

Sale

Western

V

m

111

Nov. 26

55*4 Nov. 26
84*4 Nov. 13

*

Cash sales.

600 lire par

117*4 Sale

3

Highest

Sale Prices
1
Jan.
5

Prod A...

Deferred delivery,

r

*»

94 K 100
85
Sale

6% preferred......... ..100

No par value.

a

81*

84

Preferred (6).......... ..toe
West Penn Pow pref 7% ..100

24,700
262,670
473,200

100,300
70,800
•

84

47*4 Nov. 29
81 *4 Nov. 30

1*4

...

14",500

7

Sale

-.50
720,950 White Motor
87,300 White Rk M Spr ctfa new...*
*
51,900 White Sewing Mach
Convertible preferred...
68,800
5
■:
42,400 Wilcox Oil Ac Gas
2,500 Wilcox-Rich Corp class A...*
•
1,817,700 Wilson Ac Co
"A"
*
65,100
$6 cum preferred—....100
152,300
.......10
772.900 Wool worth (F W)
115,600 Worthlngton P Ac M......100
7% preferred "A"
100
49,890
6% preferred B
...100
49,500
13,910 Wright Aeronautical Corp. *

264",900

Nov.

Sale

Sale

1,728,600

34,200

1

Sale

Western Union Tel eg
100
488,100 Westinghouse Air Brake —*
Westlnghouse El & Mfg..50
2,220,900
7% 1st preferred
50
8,740
'
167,700 Weston El Instr
Class A
5,400
116,500 Westraco Chlorine Prod...
935 Wheel'g & Lake Erie Ry ColOO
6% non cum pref......100
520
83,400 Wheeling Steel Corp.......*
Preferred..............100
33,100

295,600
172,200
159,400

Sale

1

50

preferred.......... -ioo

Western Dairy

Highest
Sale Prices

1

Snowdrift
$4 con? preferred......
West Penn El Co "A"..,

Weston Oil 8c

Lowest

Lowest

Ask

*

Wells Farfto Ac Co

7%

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Nov.30 1935
Par

Shares

Shares

I

1933

EXCHAN GE

Jan. 1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK

Since

43

EXCBANGE—STOCKS

Stock

*

New York Curb

26

San Francisco Stock

•

New York Produce

*7

San Francisco Curb

4

San Francisco Mining

New York Real Estate

>*

*

Baltimore Stock

7»

Seattle Stock

•

Boston Stock

«•

»

Buffalo Stock

>i

Spokane Stock
Washington (D. O.) Stack

96

Nov. 20

43*4 Nov. 29
36*4 Nov. 16
Nov. 9

Nov. 25
6

6*4 Nov.

New York Curb

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
Stock Sales
November

1935
Shares_

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30-----

November

3,708,344
54,991,035

1934

1935

Bond Sales

1934

10,947,984
66,021,091

$72,170,000
930,377,000

$97,457,000
-1,084,963,000
-

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30--^

NOTICE.—Deferred delivery, under tbe rule and cash sales, are disregarded In tbe month's range, unless they are tbe only transactions of tbe month, and
•utsldeof tbe regular monthly range are shown in a footnote In the month In which they occur.
No account is taken of suoh sales In oomputlng the range for

AGGREGATE
In

November
Shares

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Shares

9,700
2,130
2,700
65,200
3,200
45,000

3,100
30
300

21,200
100

5,700
2,700
1,200
900

Nov 30 1935
STOCKS

;

44

Sale

Class B—
*
Agfa Ansco Corp com...
1
Alnaworth Mfg Corp com...*

15*
65*

.....

425*

Convertible preferred——*
Warrants.......—........
2,690 Ala Gr Sou RR ordinary
50

50

10,860
5,890
2,200
3,400
1,800
4,800
458,700
3,300
149,100
38,010
13,800
1,050

4,700

24,§00

400

4,230
99

260
200
500

500
800

103,800
3,300
27,400
4,100
1,900

-

140
100

"

2,200

Allied Mills Inc.......

•

"17% Sale"

Allied Products class A
Aluminum Co common
Preferred..

25

*78% Sale*

*

105%
16 %

........

Aluminum Goods Mfg......*
Aluminum Industries com..*

4,700

400

500

9
6

J&Nov.

88

Nov. 25

.....

24

% Sept. 12
43

Nov. 23

2? 5*

Sale

21

Nov. 18

Nov. 19
Nov. 18
Nov. 14

69% Mar. 27

8

9% Feb. 26
7% Mar. 6
17
Mar. 13
505* Apr.
4
25* Jan. 15
5
Apr. 10
1% Feb. 16
57
Jan. 22

Sale

78% Nov.

53 5*

69% Nov. 19
* Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov.
a

1

L055* Nov. 6
15% Nov. 27

Sale

4 5*

Sale
74 5*
75

16% Nov.

Nov. 26

59% Nov. 14

Nov.

47
88

91

1

8

1

Nov. 26

Nov. 26
Nov.
1

5

4% Nov.
73
3

"26 % Sale

—

23

6

31

Nov. 13

Nov. 25

775* Nov. 25

74

Nov.
Nov.

% Nov.

03 preferred
05.50 prior preferred......*

Nov.

2% Oct.
22
Oct.

19

43

Nov. 22

Series D warrants........

Sale

8

51

Feb.

5* Nov. 23

Mar. 23
Nov. 20

4

Feb.

2% Nov. 29
22

Series C warrants........

73

June 14
21
5
Mar. 18
Mar. 7
Jan.

Nov. 20
Nov. 6

8

465* Nov. 20
Nov. 19
1 113
18 11% Mar. 4

18

Sale

Sale
Sale

4% Sale

Feb.
July

22

Sale

*47" Sale'

b% preferred...........100

85*. Jan.
103

Nov. 25
785* July 10
37
Jan.
4 695* July 10
v
% Feb.
9
% Mar. 25
Aug. 26
Feb.
5
25* Nov. 1
May 20
% Nov. 26
12% Jan. 12 235* Nov. 23
21
Nov. 18 23% Nov. 19
Nov. 18
32
Mar. 19 95

4
1
% Nov. 27
H Nov. 25
1 % Nov. 13
% Nov.
6

8

...*

Highest
Sale Prices

25* Nov. 30
51

1

Nov. 15

745* Nov.
64*2 Nov.

Sale

2

4

Nov.

20

40

1

*64% Sale"

Ltd.......

Nov.

15* Nov.

Sale

59,300 Amer Beverage Corp..
1
1,050 American Book Co.......100
2,900 Amer Capital Corp com cl a*
13,700
Common class B........ 10c

500

41

6

Nov. 20

% Sale
39

lb preferred
:
..*
Algoma Consol Corp com
*
7% preferred
....5
Alliance Investment com...*
Allied Internet Investing.
*

Aluminium

1% Nov.

22 5*

21

.

Lowest
Sale Prices

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
39
Nov. 8 465* Nov. 20
Nov. 19
113
Nov. 19 113
10
Nov. 29 10
Nov. 29
8
43

14.
48
Sale

Ala Power Co |7 prek.......*

57

5,600

Sale

2
7
43
Sale

2
20

6,600
12,400

700
830

~Ask

Ask

Acme Wire Co ▼ t c
20
Adams Minis 7% 1st pf....l00
Aero Supply Mfg class A
*

16,800 Air Investors Inc common..*
,

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1
Bid

Par

,.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Lotv from
July 1 1933

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

when selling'
the year.

23

Nov.

—

43% Nov. 18

Nov. 29

835* Nov. 18

45%

—

Nov. 8
Nov. 20
Nov. 7
Nov. 8
Nov. 30

Apr. 22
41% Jan. 15

§Feb. 9

1% Apr. 12
5* Jan. 29
16% May
1
76
July 16

114

Nov. 14

16% Nov.
105* Sept.

8
6

595* Nov. 14
Nov. 22

91
7

6%
5%
74
3

Apr.
Mar.
Oct.
Nov.

12
30
19
20
Nov.
7

% Aug. 15

265* Nov. 30
875* Nov. 29

Amer Cities Power A Lt Corp

2,200
44,700

8*5", 800

28,700
Conv class A—........25
251,800
Class B.
....1
425 Amer Cyanamld com cl A...*
816,900
Common class B
*

200
50

250 Amer Dist Tel N J common.
900
Preferred..—.......
100

2,400
10,300
1,225
26,300
250
900

65,500
3.150
2,400
2,450
3,450
42,100

'

;

7,500 American Equities Go
41,100 Amer Be Foreign Power

825

Sale

Nov.

5

107,200
4,225
9,917
814,400
47,150
2,400
10,725
36,600
307,100

7,400

4

26% Sale

warr.

Nov.

29** Sale

3% Sale
4
4 J*

......

Amer Founders Corp.. .—1

%
38

1

3%
3%
35* Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 22
Nov.
1

Sale
Sale

Amer Hard Rubber Co com.50

22

Sale

Amer Laund Macb com....20

235* Sale
14% Sale

Nov. 14
Nov. 29

6%

st

B—...50
pref series D
50
ser

American Gas & Kleccom
Preferred...,.

American General Cor p.

Amer Light 8c '1

_

375* Sale

•

.

Sale

.*

...

—

25

6% preferred....

.100
1

15%*

5* Sale

Sale4

2

343,100
7,000
21,200
900

6,200

8,000
1,387,909
41,700
102,370
14,100
1,300

Nov.

42% Nov.

111% Nov. 18
25

i

Nov.

27

Nov.

6

2%
72
37%
4%

Nov.

Corp..*
American Superpower
*
1st preferred
Preferred

2% Sale
705*
315* Sale
4%
45*
69

.»
*

....—

Feb.
Mar.

Aug. 12

-

255*
28
25* Sale
675* 70
32
33
45*
451

15]
27

.

25* Nov.
66% Nov. 6
31
Nov. 13
45* Nov. 9

Oct.

21

6
8
21
27
2
8

Nov. 20

Oct.

Oct.

Nov. 21
Oct. 22

Aug. 12
Aug. 17
Nov. 27
May 25
Oct. 26
Aug. 12

7% Mar.

17% Feb.
3% Apr.
% Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

Oct.

12% Apr.

15

Aug. 17
Aug. 17

% Mar.
44

23
23

Nov.
8
Nov. 18
Nov. 25

75* Nov.
4% Apr .
12% Mar.

8

17

Aug. 19

80% Feb.

8

Nov. 29

26

2

Nov. 25
Nov. 26
Nov.
8

%»Mar.
135* Jan.
135* Jan.
16% Feb.

% Nov.
395* Nov.
39

Nov.

Mar.
Jan.
Apr.

15
76
Ill

1

*27" *28%

Amer Potash & Chem

Amer Thread preferred—

% Mar.

15% Sept

Nov.

500 Amer Pneumatic Service....*

""266

Oct. 25
Nov. 8
Oct. 18

Mar.

29

4% Nov.
19

8% Nov.
Nov.
245* Nov.
165* Nov.
245* Nov.
16
Nov.
5* Nov.
17% Nov.

Nov. 14
Nov.
6

25

4,125 Amer Mfg Co common
130,000 American Maracalbo—
25,725 American Meter Co

295* "Nov."

Nov. 29

10c

rac com

8
8

Nov. 21 L09
Nov. 25
Nov. 20 116
Nov. 26
Nov.
1
3% Nov. 8

Nov. 21
Nov. 15
Nov. 29
Nov.
6
Nov. 27
Nov. 15

7% 1st pref.

465* Nov.
65* Nov.

205* Apr.

5,150 Amer Fork & Hoe Co com...*

500

9,500
4,350

455*
45%
5% Sale

Feb.

Nov. 22
Nov. 13

Amsterdam Trading Am sbs..

17,600 Anchor Post Fence com....*

5* Sale

1% Sale

% Nov.

7

Jan.

Nov. 22
Nov. 13

11% Jan.

5

May 27

7% Mar.
4

1% Nov. 29

5* Mar . 19

1% Nov. 29

7

145* May 15
4
May
2
45* Apr. 24

155* Aug.
6
65* July 23

Anglo-Iranian Oil Co Ltd—

5,900
400

360

12,900
19,600
74,800
23,900
20

11,500

1,300
Am dep rets ord reg—...£1
63,700 Angostura Wupperman—1
2,700 Apex Elec Mfg Co common..*
Appalachian Elec Power—
5,400
7% preferred..
35,700 A returns Radio Tube
1
63,300 Arkansas Nat Gas com.....*
321,800
Class A
«
123,872
Preferred
..10
1,040 Arkansas P Ac L $7 pref..—*
88,800 Art Metal Works common—5
...

45*
95*
«

Sale
115*

4%
13%

45*
11

57 J

4% Nov. 23
05* Nov. 13
106

5*

Sale

2

Sale
Sale

6

Sale

2

...

105*

% Sale
25*
2%
25* Sale
65* Sale

Sale" 11% lie

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 18

6 106% Nov. 18

% Nov. 23
2

2

55* Nov.
13

1

1

5% Nov. 1
85
Nov. 16
10
Nov. 13

% Nov. 4
Nov. 8
25* Nov. 8
65* Nov. 30

3

85

Nov. 16

12% Nov. 27

71

Jan.

% Mar.
% Mar.
% Feb.
25* Mar.

41% Jan.
35* Mar.

13

Nov. 18

21 106% Nov. 18
% Aug. 15
21
3
Nov.
8
21
2% Aug. 19
28
7
Aug.
9
15
Nov. 16
30 85
14 12% Nov. 27

Associated Elec Industries—

1.910
6,900
63,200
3,700
80,900
200

800

25
3,550
44,800

51,410
American deposit recta..£1
39,900 Assoc Gas Ac Elec com ......i
308,900
Class A
.........1
25,800
$5 preferred..

316,700
600
12,900
575
13,900
112,800

968,500

2,500

36,350
224,900
26,300
82,400
9,405
26,575
28,200
1,180
139,500

60

7,400

For footnote*




aee

ale
1

,

1% Sale
5%

1%
1% Sale

Sale

'64 Sale

Warrants

15*

Associated Rayon Corp com.*
Assoc Telep Co 51.50 pref
*

;

Cbrp

,

85* Sale

$3preferred A.........—*
Warrants.

Atlas Plywood Corp....—

Babcock Ac Wilcox Co.

Baldwin Locomotive

..*

12

12%

1125* Sale* "13" Sale
\525l Sale
515* 54
3% Sale
3% Sale

com........ ..*

Auto Voting Machine com..*
Aston Fisher Tob class A..10

1% Sale

*315* Sale' *29" Sale

Associates Investment Co...*

Atlas

Sale"

'115* Sale*
43%

54% Sale
63
Sale

page 56

v t

1

29

Nov. 18

8% Nov.
295* Nov.
125* Nov.
515* Nov.

7%
8
135* Sale
55

54

Sale

63

10% Nov. 30
1% Nov. 8
1% Nov. 8
Nov.

8

i3z
%
15*
25%
325*
13%
29%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
29
25
7
23
21
6

14

Nov. 8
Nov. 27
Nov.
8
Nov. 18
Nov. 25

8

2%

Sale

Nov. 12

15* Nov. 18

551
>4

5*
15*
*64

%
1%
22
29

4%
18

Feb.

Mar. 29

7% Mar.-14
Apr. 11
154 Mar. 20
3% Mar. 9

47

5

Jan.

2

10% Nov.
2
Aug.
2% Aug.
10% Aug.
33z Aug.
% Aug.
2% Jan.

30

26

18

30
14
54

74

15

5* Feb. 27
May 22
15* Apr.
5

18

14% Nov. 25
Feb.
1
Nov. 15
3% Jan.
8
50
Oct. 21
5% June 18

60

Nov. 12
2% Nov. 7

Jan. 10
Nov. 8

July

45* Aug. 17
8% Nov. 18

2

28

Oct.

17

17
19
19
5
7

36% Oct. 15
135* Nov. 21

Mar. 14

43% May

Nov. 15
Nov. 22
__

27

Apr.
1
Mar. 20
Feb.
6
Oct. 31
Aug.
5
Sept. 25
Apr.
2
Nov. 18
June 21

Nov. 22

Nov.
Nov.

% Nov. 13
50

25* Sale

Nov.
Nov.

% Nov. 29
1% Nov. 1
25% Nov. 7

"T%" Sale

warr..

C......1

1

35* Nov.
55* Nov.
115* Nov.

Baumann (L) Ac Co pref—100
Bellanca Aircraft

85* Nov.

5% Nov.
164 Nov.

Assoc Laundries of Amer...*

Atlantic Coast Fisheries...
585 Atlantic Coast Line Co
50

120

v

1

...

133,700
29,200
11,000
11,100
1,110
4,725
12,400

85*

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

Dec., 1935]

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

November

*

July 1 1933

Par
1,850 Bell Telep Co of Canada. .100
1,700 Benson & Hedges com......*
Convertible preferred
*
2,100
...—*
7,800 Bickford'a Inc com
$2.50 Cony pre#..........*
v,
1,125
*
..•> .V"
100 Blauner's common
134,600 Bliss (K W) A Co common—*
145,900 Blue Ridge Corp com
1
Opt 6% Con* pref
*
53,900
79,500 Blumenthal (S) A Co com...*
2,150 Bohack (H C) Co common-..*
210
7% 1st preferred.......100
25
4,750 Borne Scrymser Co..
1,000 Botany Consol Hills com....*
._.....*
12,750 Bourjols Inc
..5
236,100 Bower Roller Bearing

100
'

Nov.30 1935

50
800
525

100

27,700
67,600
15,800
17,800
525
90

600

300

5,200
17,900

■

Nov. 1

Ask

'12% Sale" "l3X Sale"
23
12

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 14 138

Nov. 15

"~8

Nov .""6

Nov.

2* Sale

45^

41*

5 >>,>
40
■

■>

43*

44*

10*
6H
30*
8*

2

12
7
45

¥-m
75

38

9*

ox

10X

~4~" "XX ""B"" ~~5*
Sale

33

OX

6

1
8

13* Nov. 30
36* Nov. 25

Nov.

8

16

1

% Nov. 22

10

10

8* Feb.
1
33* Apr.' 12
16

Nov. 15

July
July
14
May
36* Nov.
16
Nov.

Mar. 12

Nov. 18

31
31
15
25
8

3* Mar. 18

15* Nov. 27

1

Nov. 14

35* Mar. 15

Nov. 26

4* Nov. 8
46
May 23
17* Nov. 26

Nov. 12
Nov. 22

Nov. 22
Nov. 7
Nov. 19
33* Nov, 1

3X Nov. 7
31* Nov. 25

ox
Sale

May 25 138
4
1* Feb. 18

5

17*
8*
50
10*
*
6*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

8

123

46

4
4
4
Nov. 15

11
7
45

Nov.

Highest
Sale Prices

15* Nov. 27
4* Nov. 8

13* Nov. 21
2* Nov.
1
43* Nov. 6

Sale

32

8

12* Nov.
33* Nov.
16

"11" Sale" "15" Sale"

28*

u

Highest
Sale Prices

137

"~2~X "*4* "~2* ""§*

1

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

104 *

1*

SINCE JAN.

'

Ask Bid

Bid

STOCKS (Continued)

Shares

Shares

:

»

to

Jan. 1

RANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

SALES

AGGREGATE

45

Mar. 20

2* Jan.

15

June 28

11

Oct.

5
40

65

30
Mar.
6

6

* May 15
3

June

16

Jan,
Feb.

15
2

11* Sept. 10

* Oct.
4
6* Nov. 19
35* Oct. 22

12

Mar. 29

Bowman BUtmore Hotels—

7% 1st preferred
....100
59,300 Brazilian Tr Lt A Pr ord.—•
131,100 Bridgeport Machine com....*
15,800 Brill Corp class A..........*
Class B
•
6,500
90
7% preferred
....100
8,100 Brillo Mfg Co common......*

17,200
19,500
7,700
3,500
90

1,100
'

600

ox

107« Sale*

*8

23**
22$

......*

Class A

3,050

Nov.

1A

10 X

2*

3

IX

:

IX

"ox "OH ~"~7X "7X
25*

IX Nov.
* Nov.

Sale

22
18
20
19

26

1

2
7

Nov. 22

23

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 25
Nov. 22

3

2

Nov.

Nov.

10*
12*
3*
1*

6

7* Nov.

3

1*

640

10

1* Jan.

3

17

7* Aug. 28
3* Jan.
2
1

Jan.

10*
12*
3*
1*

7

* Mar. 18
23

Nov. 22

26

Jan.

26

Nov. 22
Nov. 18

Nov. 20
Nov. 19
Nov. 25
May 17
Aug. 26

6* Nov. 2
24* Nov. 20

25* Nov.

1

OX Apr.
1
24* Nov. 20

7
28

15* Nov.

15* Nov. 13

14* Mar. 22

16* June 20
16
June 22

7

British-American Oil Co—..
V

200

12*
14*

Registered

100

15*

10X

15*

16 M

24*
24*

Coupon stock (bearer)....*
*

4,200

28

10%
15*

16*
16*

28*
29

27 X

28
28X

3X

3X

4

16

c

June 22

British Amer Tobacco, Ltd—
1

Amer dep rets ord bear. £1
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1

18,800
1,900

28

27X

26* Oct.
26* Apr.

3
4

31* Jan.
29* July

3
24

British Celanese Ltd—

1,400

J

75

;v.

750

7,100

16,100
1,550
8,100
1,550

>

<

$5

14,400

6,150
67,375

,•:

>

50

4,200
1,400
3,100

,

1,300
1,500
11,700

10,900
106,300

12,100

37,900

r

$3.50

Co

Watch
cony

$3

conv

5*

:

\8 %

Sale

9X

8X

39* Sale
23 X Sale

14*
7

66

38

Sale

102

102

41

23X

7* Nov. 22

24
103

Nov.

42* Nov. 16
24* Nov. 6
1 104* Nov.'26
1

39* Nov.
23* Nov.
102

1
1

52

Sale

46

Nov.

Sale

48 X

Sale

45

Nov. 18

49* Nov. 29

IX

1

2* Nov. 19
36
Nov. 12
* Nov. 14
3* Nov. 26
8*' Nov. 18

IX

20,

...... .......

........10
*

3

3X
8* Sale

2*
2H
7% Sale

2*

*

v t c

X

%

X

&

1* Nov.
34*
*
2*
7*

Nov. 19
Nov. 2
Nov. 8
Nov. 4

* Nov.

Mar. 29

2

21* July

2*
5*
17*
30*
14*

4
June 25
28* Nov. 14
9
Aug.
3
9* Jan. 16
18
Oct. 22

11

Sept. 27
Oct.
Oct.

Jan,

Jan.
69* Jan.

IX Nov.
*A Nov.

1
7

24* Mar.

2

21
24

42* Nov. 16

29 24* Nov. 6
21 104* Nov. 26
52

2

Mar. 12

30

* Feb.
Feb.

27

* Jan.

30

1* Mar.

2

* Aug.

25

2* Nov. 19
36
Nov. 12
* Aug. 27
3 * Nov. 26
8* Nov. 18

7

5* Aug.

Nov. 19

50* Oct.

5

20

9

Nov. 25

1

7

1

Cables A Wireless—

1

Jan.

8

"

Am dep rets A ord sh
27,900
£1
Am dep rets B ord sh
£1
37,700
Am dep rets pref sh
..£1
13,400
12,400 Calamba Sugar Estate Co.20

5,600
15,000
4,000
2,100

Nov. 19

52

Sale

0

Burma Corp, Amer dep rcta..

Cable Elec Prod

3* Nov. 19
28* Nov. 14
6* Nov.
1
9* Nov. 29

4
2

Nov. 26

5

IX Sale

46 X
48

16*
26

._.....*
preferred
*

common

Butler Bros

3* Nov.
27* Nov.

Inc—

pref...........*

Warrants....

3X

17 *

Bunker Hill A Sullivan....10
Burco Inc

!

""OX Sale" '"4* "OX

26

1st preferred..__......*

Bulova

1,950
3,150
1,200

2k

Brown Co

6% pref
.100
50,400 Brown Forman Distillery...1
*
1,000 Bruck Silk Mills Ltd
10,050 Buckeye Pipe Line........50
67,000 Buff Niag A Bast Pow pref.25

"

-

3*

Am dep rets ord reg..-10s
400 British Col Power class A__*

13,700
■;

IX Sale

A

3*$
»

5

5X

15*

4* Nov. 4
23* Nov. 20

1* Nov.
* Nov.
5* Nov.
27* Nov.

14
25
15
25

* Mar. 21
% May
8
3* Mar. 7
"Feb.

20

1*
*
5*
27*

13

June 21
Nov. 25
Nov. 15
Nov. 25

Canadian Hydro Elec Corp

50

"10,766
57,700
79,900

i

;

"""166
?

Class

100

1,600
140

r

B

W.\

23,000

404,100 Catalin Corp of Amer.....

>1,975
1,825
5,500

Celanese Corp of Amer—

1

110 Cent Maine Pow 7% pref..100

40

600

Lt

10,200
57,300
4,825
3,250

:

1,800
19,400
3,800

"""800

:

1,300
5,900

600
100
:

6,300
5,500
28,500

26*900

102,300

5,975

25,625

9,500

139,150

Club Aluminum Utensil

16,500
410

8,900
95,000
450
•

2,200
49,100
2,900

45",300

.

Nov. 14

Nov.

OX Nov.
42* Nov.
9* Nov.

1
6
22
20
1

"2

Nov .27

19

9
6
Nov. 27

7* Nov.

4

Nov.

1

30* Nov.
15* Nov.

4
7

6

Nov. 22

Nov. 22

14*
92*
48*
16*

Nov.

1

73

Nov.

1

40

1*
1*
21*
12*

Nov. 18
Nov.
1
Nov
1
Nov. 4

15

Nov.

13
5

1
Nov. 12

79

2

10

93
86

17

12* Nov. 18

66

1
Aug. 27
Jan. 10
Mar. 13
Mar. 4
Jan.
3
Nov. 27
Jan.
2

54* Jan.

11* Nov.
45

39

6*
1*
1*
6*

Nov.

86

Sale

7

Nov.

93

113
Nov. 1
Nov. 4 108

107

80

IX Sale
Sale
Sale

1* Sale
1* Sale
25* Sale

IX

"l5* Sale"

Nov.
8
Nov. 20
Nov. 19
Nov. 13
Nov. 8
Nov.
9
Nov.
8

3*

Sale

5X

9

17 X

5* Sale
17*
18*

Sale
Sale

6

Nov.

17* Nov.

1

2*
1*
34*
20*
24*
20*
6

Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 25
Nov. 8
Nov.
2

19* Nov. 14

Jan. 15
13* Nov. 18
11* Nov. 18
2* July 27
4* May
8
12
Sept. 27
2

Feb. 25

57

Nov. 27

19* July

8* Oct. 16
41* Aug. 12
4* Apr.
2

31

Nov.
6
Nov. 27

19* Feb. 18
Nov. 22
12* Nov. 18

45

90
Nov. 22
May
2 113
x07X Mar. 14 111* Oct. 21
7 * Oct.
9
15
Jan. 10
69* May 23
92* Nov. 19
24* Oct. 21 48* Nov. 13
x8X Mar. 28 17* Aug.
3
63
Oct.
9
73
Nov. 9
20* Jan. 24 43 * Aug.
1

X
5*

* Nov.
24*

Sale" "35"" Sale"

»7

"24* Sale" "24" "26""
2X Sale
26

J

2* Sale
25*
26

Sale

35* Nov. 16
24* Nov.
1
2* Nov. 1
26
Nov.
1

Sale

w

"33* Sale"

"II* Sale"
.

*

„

43 X
13 x

Xi '""* Sale"
49

Sale
Sale

Sale

14*

15

2

* Nov. 18

8

Nov. 15

24

35

Nov. 30

35* Nov. 16

30

Nov. 14
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 12
Nov.
2

30

Nov. 27

42

Nov. 13

33*
9*
3*
*«
43*
13*

Nov.
1
Nov. 2
Nov. 15
Nov. 2
Nov.
1
Nov.
1

42

Nov. 13

2* Nov. 29
26
Nov. 26
30

,

Nov."

125" Sale" 125* 128"" l24*"No"v."20 I§6

105

27*
3*
31*
3*

12* Nov. 19
3* Nov. 15
* Nov. 23

com

~"I* Sa"le"

*

Colt's Patent Fire Arms

2* Sale

""I* Nov.""I

8

1

Mar.

20* Nov.

8

% Sale

Mfg25
Corp—

5% Conv preferred
.100
Columbia Oil A Gasoline—

32

24* Nov. 25
20* Nov. 8
6* Oct. 21

12* Mar. 22
10

24* Apr. 10

115

19* Nov. 14

"3*

Nov. 25

8

Nov.

7

* Nov. 20

% Sale

;

1

Nov.

1

1

Sale

X Sale
60
04X
07 X Sale

X Sale

3H
H

X

8c

IX

8

12

Sale
Sale
Sale

38

Nov.

4

95* Sale

91

Nov.

4 100

* Sale
73'

Sale

95* Sale

* Nov. 19
64* Nov. 6
94
Nov. 14

*6 Nov. 4
13* Nov. 22
* Nov. 2
1* Nov. 20
1* Sale
12*
12* xlO* Nov. 21

48* Nov. 20
Nov.

8

IX Nov.

* Jan.
Apr.
35* Nov.
12* Jan.
* Mar.
6* Mar.
* Mar.
6 • Mar.
16

6*
7*
3*
3*
*e

Nov. 26

98* Nov. 20
Nov.

*6 Sale

16

""""* """*

7

Nov. 14

% Nov.

2

2

Nov.

6

14

Nov.

4

46

"15X Sale" "16* Sale" ~l5"""No"v."l8 "l6*~Nov.~3Q

6

Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Nov.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
May
May

3
4
16
12
14
6
18

35

25
32

Jan.

27* Nov. 14
3* Nov. 8
31* Nov. 8
3* Nov. 12
2

5

30

Nov.

5
27
16
15
27
3
11

42

Nov. 13

42* Aug. 16
12* Nov. 19
4
Apr. 26
* May
9
49

Nov.

2l

18* Feb. 20
2

18

June 25

3* Sept. 17
8* Aug. 20
7

Mar.

4

2* Sept. 26
48* Nov. 20

3

Mar. 14 100

* Mar. 30
38

Nov. 30

35* Nov. 16

%
15
6* Oct.
9
5* Mar. 28
* June
7

8

73

Feb. 18
1* Apr. 26

Mar. 29 157

5*

44* Sale
94 X

•30*

>

1

Aug. 17

* Mar. 13
4* June 11

23*

OH

:

2

1* Mar. 19

Nov. 21

7

Nov.

8
V

15

Vot trust ctfs
...___.*
149,300
1,550 Columbia Pictures Corp com *
134,383 Commonwealth Edison... 100
Commonwealth A Sou Corp—
Warrants
490,100
14,400 Community P A L 1st pref..*
.1
17,600 Community Water Serv
1
482,800 Como Mines..
..1
52,100 Compo Shoe Machinery
100 Conn Gas A Coke Sec $3 pf_.*
1
361,800 Consolidated Aircraft com

34* Nov.

1*

*

com

2* Nov.

Mar. 13

16* Nov. 19

49

8

*A Mar. 14
* Mar.
6
2

24* Apr.

*5

•

A

Columbia Gas A Elec

Nov. 27

Sale

13

*

Rosenberger com..*
157,300 Colon Oil Corp common

15",800

1

100

com

600 Cockshutt Plow Co
500 Cohn

•V-;

7X
Sale

■

100

4

18

91* Nov.

106

"l2*T "13"

23 X

1*

*

6,400 Cities Serv Pr A Lt $0 pref..*
17 preferred
....*
3,450
*
47,100 City Auto Stamping Co.
400 City A Suburban Homes ColO
1
27,400 Claude Neon Lights com
40,400 Cleveland Elec Ilium com...*
176,200 Cleveland Tractor com.....*
375 Clinchfield Coal

1

11* Nov. 18
2* Nov. 21
3* Nov. 4

66

f

•

29,100

"l3*N"o"v."l8

39

*

....

600

112* Sale

"iSx "ibx "15* '15*

8

100

54,400 Chicago Rivet A Machine
1,981,700 Cities Service common
Preferred......
162,900
Preferred B_...........
13,000
Preferred BB.
1'm

40

80

11* Sale

16*

50 Chicago Flexible Shaft Co..5

50

8* Nov.
'1* Nov.
2* Nov.

2

Mar.

>

25,730 Chllds Co preferred

4,600
608,500
19,900
1,400

>

,8*

Common
1
97,000
1
360,600 Central States Elec com
7% preferred...
.....100
26,525
6% pref without warr..l00
22,850
Conv preferred...
.100
4,300
Conv pref opt ser 1929..100
7,585
116,500 Centrifugal Pipe Corp......*
25,500 Charls Corp com._.........*
25 Cheriy-Burrell Corp com
*
....25
5,350 Chesebrough Mfg
I
19,400 Chief Consol Mining Co..

900

7X

40

7% pref...100

Cent A Southwest Utll—

107
107

Sale
Sale
Sale

OX

63
11

11,500 Cent Pow A

:

"16* Sale" ."16* Sale'

81
75

.....

Nov.

85

3H

1

7% 1st partic pref......100
7% prior preferred......100
9,200
15
15,000 Celluloid Corp com...
1st preferred
..........*
2,395
$7 dlv preferred
•
4,870
58,100 Cent Hud G A B v t c,.._...*

240

3X Sale

9

2

91X Sale

i4o*

'24,400

1,775
7,300

"18318*

""§* Sale'

27

$6 preferred.

Carrier Corp common......*
350 Castle (A M) A Co
.....10

150

"ion "II*

"19"" "~19*

13*
33

249,400

42,600

Sale
Sale
IX
IX
2* Sale

9*
8X

1*

.*

10,800 Carnation Co common!', i._*
_v*
605 Carolina P A L $7 pref
90

20

74

100

*
49,100 Can Indus Alcohol cl A
B non-voting
9,500
...»
...1
216,900 Canadian Marconi Co
284,700 Carlb Syndicate com
25c
•
>
2,200 Carman A Co conv A stk

2,000

V

6% 1st preferred..

Nov.

1* Sept.
73

8

3
261

Jan.

18

47* Jan.

2

98* Nov. 20

* Jan.
2
5* Jan. 15
* May
4
1
Sept. 26
9* Oct. 24
46
July
8

* Aug. 13
20* Aug. 13

7

1

Nov.

June

6

2* Apr. 26
18* Mar. 31
47
Sept. 21
16* Nov. 30

June 11

Consol Automatic

900

"■"266

800

164,700
12,950

695,100
157,250
1,670
27,900
1,170
9,400
12,300

Merchandising v t c
...»
$3.50 preferred...........*

500

3,500
290

2,700
1,575

Consol Copper Mines.......5
Con Gas E L A P Bait com..*
Consol Mln A Smelt Ltd...25
Cons Retail Stores Inc com

8% pref

w

w

Consol Royalty OH..
Cont'l GAB 7% pr pref

5

..100

*8 Jan.
4X Sale
85

ifi*
12H

188 X

400 Continental Oil of Mexico.. 1
2,400 Continental Secur common.*

2**




Sale

4*
5* Sale
83*
88* Sale.
186
205* 210
4*
4*
4*
89*

Sale

84

29

Sale

2

5*
1

For footnotes set pace 50.

Sale

Sale

4X

__10

100

"~*"Nov.""I

""* Sale"
62c

rg

Nov.
Nov.

7
1

"6

OX

90

Nov. 19

Nov. 12 204* Nov. 29

Nov. 14
Nov. 27

2

"84* "87""

* Nov.25
5* Nov. 29

Nov.

1

84

Nov.

1

5* Nov.
92

3

2

Nov. 14

* Jan.
1

11

52* Jan.
134*.Feb.
2

9

1

8

36

90

2

Nov. 19

13 204* Nov. 29
5* Nov. 2
Nov. 14
28 92

June 25

34* Jan.

Nov.

89* Nov.

*# Jan.
4
* Nov. 25
5* Nov. 29

4
17

Jan.

Feb.

3

26

Mar. 12

2* 2S?;

.

Nov.

9

89* Nov. 8
* May 21
4* Aug. 26

NEW

46

In
November

Shares

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

Nov.30 1935
STOCKS (Continued)

47,800
7,800
400

1,050
2,700

(Sourtaalda Ltd.......

"

250

95,900
54,600
139,100
600

38,100
4,200
1,600
800
50

84,800
3.000
300

Am dep rets for

9,500

600

46,200

2*4

.

2,200
197,858
2,650
811,400
221,700
341,200
1,600
116,000
64,600
5,000
10,600
1,000
611,900

.

o

Highest
Sale Prices

Nov.

8*4 Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Nov. 27
Nov. 21

"4*

Sale
Sale

Sale"

Nov.

4*4 Nov.
49*4 Nov.

22

Nov. 19

7

4*4

Sale"

1

10

3*4 Apr.
5
16*4 Jan. 15
3
July
5
2*4 Mar. 15
1*4 Mar. 20

Nov. 12

8

4*4 Nov. 19
9
1

8*4
35*4
5*4
5*4

Sale

ilt

1%

8

5
52

Nov. 13

% Nov. 27
1*4 Nov. 29

*4 June 27
*4 Nov. 13

2

13*4 Nov. 29

50

13*4 Nov. 15

11*4 Mar. 18

Sale'

Nov. 12

1*4

Mar.

Oct. 21
Nov.
1
Oct.
8
Nov. 27
Nov. 21
Nov. 12

*4 Jan.

28

Feb.

18

14*4 July

10

£1

ord stk

req

*4 Mar.
22*4 Sale

20*4 Sale

2l" Sale"

C0....I
Crowley Mllner & Co com...*
Corp—.1

te

20

Nov. 29

Sale

9

Crocker Wheeler Elec Mfg..*

Croft (The) Brewing

m

% Sale
2)

"1%

Sale

Crown Cork Internat cl A..*

11

Cuban Tobacco com » t c...*

.1*

4%
6
34*4 Sale

10

Cuneo Press com,.....

Sale

50c

Cusl Mexicans Mining

18,900 Darby Petrol Corp.........5
...*
4,800 llavenoort Hosiery

Nov. 25
Nov. 22

Nov.

4

Nov.
1
Nov. 15

34*4 Nov.

1

107

Nov. 26
1
1*4 Nov.

100

6)4% preferred

1*4 Sale"

if

4
6

25

10

14
6

4

6

12

27
26
14

Mar. 15
Mar. 14

*4 Oct.

3

2*4 Feb.

6
*4 Feb. 15

30
29

5

Mar. 14
Feb.
4

7
87

Feb.
Feb.

5

23

Nov.
Oct.

w
h*

1*4 Aug. 29
10

Nov. 27

8

June 14

14*4 Nov. 30

13

2
4

28

Nov. 25

July

23

Jan.

3
6

Nov.

11
Nov. 20
Oct.

Aug. 26
Oct.

39

11

Nov. 26

6 107

Oct.

13

*4 Aug

7*4 Mar. 13
1 *4 July
3
30
87

4

6*4 Nov. 23

1
Nov. 27

12,

13

11

V*

5*4 Nov.

6*4

5% Sale
12*4
14

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
9
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
38*4 Nov.
Nov.
107
2
Nov.

Nov. 12 23
Nov. 21 117
Nov.
1
23

20
116

5

Creole Petroleum com

Crown Cent Petrol

Lowest
Sale Prices

30

32

............100

.

Highest
Sale Prices

6*4 Nov. 22

30

1

Lowest

Ask

7

Sale

3
•2

Cramp (Wm) & Sons Ship &
Engine Bldg Corp......100
Crane Co com.............25
Preferred

Sale

12

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Ask Bid

$3 preferred A.............
15,900
5,700 Copper Range Co.......—.*
.—.......5
238,900 Cord Corp
44,300 Corroon & Reynolds.... ...1
|6 Con* pref A...........*
10,600
.1
28,750 Cosden OH Co com....
Preferred............. 100
5,600

100

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Par

30,900 Cooper Betiemer Corp com. *

3,500
2,400

EXCHANGE

CURB

Low from
July 1 1933

SALES

AGGREGATE

YORK

2*4 Jan.

7

6*4 Nov. 23
16

Jan.

15*4
57*4

Apr. 20
May 16
May 23

2

l)e Havlland Aircraft Co—

ICO

T.266

7"

500
dep rets ord reg
...£1
25 Dennlson Mfg 7% pref
100
10,400 Derby Oil 8c Ref com—....*
25

~~5, loo
25

11,500
10,700

14*4 Sale

Am

preferred
92,100 Detroit Gray Iron Fdry com.*
$4

"1*4 Nov."29

"l% Sale"

1*4

1*4

14*4 Nov. 30

""9*4 "9% "7*4 "8*4
""8*4 Sale"

Sale

8

11*4 Sale

11*4 Sale

22*4
23
33 % Sale

23*4
24
36*4 Sale
25
Sale

8*4 Nov. 29
18
Nov. 6
7*4 Nov. 7
11
Nov. 2

9 *4 Nov.""4
18
Nov.
6

22*4 Nov. 2
Nov.
7
24*4 Nov. 29

24
Nov. 181
37*4 Nov. 20
27*4 Nov. 8

8*4 Nov. 22
12*4 Nov. 15

8

57*4 May 16
*4 Apr. 12
Feb.

2

19

11

10*4 Jan.
3
2*4 July 13
11
Aug. 27

Feb.

20

May 16

18

20

cum

250 Diamond Shoe Corp........*
67,300 Dictograph Products—__..2
5
56,200 Distilled Liquors Corp

Jan.

4

10

Aug. 30
6

Nov.

8*4 Nov. 22
8
16*4 Apr.

Distillers Co Ltd—

2,200
272.700
9,900

19,800
1,472,400
127,700

Am dep rets

Distillers Corp

ord reg_.—£1
SeagramsLtd*

Doehler Die-Casting........*

Sale

26

32

100 Dominion Bridge Co........*
Dominion Steel & Coal B
25

1,300

500 Dominion Tar &
Douglas
100

250

7,300

75,400

570

L)

(W

7% preferred

Chem, Ltd *

Shoe Co—
........100

Dow Chemical Co com

*

9~906

1,280 Draper Corp
*
32,800 Driver Harris Co common.. 10
270
7% preferred...........100
1
21,800 Dubiller Cond Corp com

3,075

13,550

1,700

Ouke Power

100

Co

18
Nov. 22
104*4 Nov. 7

14*4 Nov. 14
99

100

99

102*4 Sale

Nov. 22
Nov. 13

21

Mar. 22

13*4
10*4
32*4
4*4
4*4

May
Mar.
Jan.
Oct.
Jan.

12

Mar. 29

13
14
5

25
18

Nov. 18

24

37*4 Nov. 20
27 k Nov.
8
32 54 Jan.

5

5*4 Feb. 21
7
Mar. 6
Nov. 22

18

80*4 Mar. 13 105*4 July

"32*4 "34"

Sale

29

28*4 Nov. 13

10

52

Oct.

2

67

6

13

Apr.

2

34*4 Oct.

21

5
*4 Feb. 11

105
Oct.
1 *4 Apr .

14

Nov. 20
Nov. 29

37

11*4 Apr. 17

58

11*4 Apr.

17

12

0
*4 Feb. 10
12*4 Mar. 27

Nov. 26

67

33*4 Nov.

91*4 Mar.
1*4 Sale
o

Sale

66

Sale

64

% Nov. 19
Nov.
1

64

II
66)

Jan.

4

Nov. 26

29—
66*4 Nov. 20

Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—

500

Am dep rets

9,100

£1
Co—
*
700 Durham Hosiery cl B com...*
—.*
102,800 Duval Texas Sulphur

10,800
22,300
5,725
2,400

63,400 Eagle Plcher Lead Co
...20
67,100 Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc..*
29,400
6% preferred
100
4)4% prior preferred...100
7,250

ord reg

Durham Duplex Razor

200

200

$4 prior pref w w

925

950 Eastern Malleable Iron Co__5

6,100
1,350
2,650
6,300

*
29,825 Eastern States Pr com B
07 preferred series A....._*
10,700
$6 preferred series B_..._.*
14,450
35,600 Easy Washing Mach class B_*
500 Economy Groc Stores com..*
11,200 Edison Bros Stores Inc.....*
40,300 Elsler Electr'c com.........*

250

2,000
8,400

743,000
22,700
9,500
24.000
38,600
825

2,000
8,100
1,750

4,700,600
290,400
81,700

Electric Bond & Share

...5

$6 preferred ............
15 preferred...

91,800 Electric Power Associates...!
Class A.._
......1
154,900
8,500 Electric Pow & Lt 2d pf A...*
Option warrants
25,600
53,500 Electric Shareholdings com.l
$6 Conv pref with warr...*
19,575

"

/

7*4
3*4
42*4

7*4 Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3*4
38*4
55*4
5*4

7*4 Nov. 13

8

3*4
43*4

"1*4 "1*4

3

1

7

6*4 Sale

Sale

300

38"" "39*4

39

II
1*4
14*4 Sale
72
73*4

Sale8

16*4
70*4 Sale
61*4 Sale
6*4 Sale

64

73-

65
Sale

6*4 Sale

Sale

"I*£iSa~Ie"

*1*4 "2*4
Sale
Sale

5*4
92

6

150

2,250 Empire Dist Elec 6% pref.100
12,150 Empire G 8c F 7% pref....100
8% preferred...........100
7,600
3,050
6% preferred...........100
6)4% preferred
100
1,125
34,400 Empire Pow Corp part stk..*

500
200

1,600
68,400
200

61*4 Nov. 25
"■

Nov.

29
16

6
29

,1
1
13

13
26

20
1

1

Nov. 18
Nov. 26
Nov. 21
Nov. 26

Nov. 14
Nov.
7
Nov.
7
18*4 Nov. 8
76*4 Nov. 8
Nov.
8
Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov.
8

90

93

tNov. 1

95*4 Nov. 18

12*4 Nov.
9
30*4! Nov. 14
39
Nov. 20
30*4 Nov. 4
32
Nov.
1
28*4 Nov. 6
29
Nov. 14
20
Nov.
1

500 Emsco Derrick & Equip Co.5
596,400 Equity Corp common......10
100
1,650 Eureka Pipe Line

30*4 Sale
32
Sale

20

Sale

20

""2*4 Sale"
37*4

35

25

"2*4 Sale'

2

Nov.
Nov.

36

37*~ 39

6

8

13*4 Nov. 27
31*4 Nov. 20
40
Nov. 15
36
Nov. 16
37
Nov. 18
34
Nov. 20
32
Nov. 19
22*4 Nov. 20

""2 *4 "Nov." 16
Nov. 25

37

Oct.

15

8*4 Nov. 27

3*4 Mar. 14
2*4 Mar. 12
36*4 Oct. 31
54
Oct. 31
5*4 Oct. 28
*4 Jan.
2
5
Apr.
5
4
Mar. 13
3
Jan.
3

53*4
66*4
5*4
1*4
18*4
18*4
7*4

Aug.
July
Nov.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.

8
11
1
14
17
17
11

16*4 Aug. 15
16

20

Jan.
Nov.

4

39)

24*4 Jan.
Jan.

5

Mar. 13

Jan.

5

7
2*4 Mar. 14

34

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.
Mar.

6

28
8

Mar. 14

40

Jan.

14

1

90

com
1
500 Elgin National Watch Co..15

1,000
1,700

Nov. 19

$4 participating pref.....*

6,400 Electrographic Corp

50

Nov.

6*4 Nov.
Nov.
36
Nov.
1*4 Nov.
13*4 Nov.
70*4 Nov.
61*4 Nov.
5*4 Nov.
5*4 Nov.
14*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.
6
Nov.

7
2

8*4 Nov. 27
3*4 Nov. 8
44

1
7
1

17

38

*4 Nov."
11*4 Nov.

1

17

17*4 Sale

6

1

Novr.

Electric Shotel Coal Co—

225

Nov.

38*4 Nov. 1
55*4 Nov.
1
3*4 Nov. 22

17*4 Nov.

17*4 Sale

6

7

9*4 Nov. 27

Sale

60

Sale

1

*4 Nov.

54
9*4

%
1
11*4 Sale

Aug.
2
54 June
3
6*4 July 15

Jan.
Jan.

25
4

6

8
14
Jan.
5
8
Mar. 26
8*4 Mar. 18
7*4 Mar. 26
8
Mar. 15
9
Apr. 26
12
June 28
1*4 Jan. 31
33*4 May
1

23

July

Jan.

6

7

7
29
Aug. 17
Aug. 17
Aug. 14
Oct.

1

20)
78
69

8*4 Nov. 27
25

7*4 Nov.
Aug.
2*4 Aug.
7*4 Nov.
95*4 Nov.

20

6*4 Oct.

15
13
8
18

3

Aug. 16

16

31*4 Oct.

22

Nov. 15

40

May 31
May 31
35
May 31
36
May 31
22*4 Nov. 20
1344 Aug. 14
2*4 Sept. 7
38
Feb. 16
37

40

European Elec Co of Can —

11,300
10,100

45,200

Option warrants..........
40,400
•
19,300 Evans Wallower Lead
7% preferred...........100
1,450
398,600 Ex-Cell-O Aircraft 8c Tool..3

11,400
5,225
4,400
9,000
6,400

131,900
15,875
51,500
67,300
14,200

600

100

5,900
200

7/7'

Fairchlld Aviation com

1

Fajardo Sugar
100
Falstaff Brewing...........1
Fanny Farmer Candy com__l

Fansteel Metallurgical Corp*
100 FED Corp stamped
*
8,300 Fedders Mfg Co common

*
Corp com....*

96,700

Ferro Enamel

54

"16*4 Sale"

16*4
7*4

145*4 Sale
3*
11*

9*4

Sale"

Nov. 12

Apr.

Sale
~ ~
Sale

Sale

7*4

100

325
30

59,800
3,825
22,900
4,600
57,000

6

25

26*4

Sale

27

'24*4 "26*4

450

27*4 Sale
*4

First Nat Stores 7% 1st pf.100
Fisk Rubber Corp common.. 1

112*4 114"
6*4 Sale
58*4 Sale
32*4 Sale

116

113

6*4 Sale

......100

53

Sale

30

Sale
Sale

.

*

Nov. 25

20*4 Oct.
Sept.

Jan.

15!H

Jan.

5
7

Nov. 15

July

16

13*4 Nov. 16
15*4 Nov. 25

Mar.
Mar.

5

Nov. 30

20

28

Oct.

28

Nov. 26

28*4 Nov.

6

Nov,

28*4 Nov.

Nov.

8

Feb.

29

Oct.

26

Aug. 26

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
24*4 Nov. 26

Nov.

Nov. 26

28

60

"26*4

28*4 Sale

Sale

Nov.
1
Nov. 25

77

Nov.

30

Jan.

115*4 Nov.

113*4 Nov.
6*4 Nov.
53
Nov.

60

It

Nov.

Oct.

61

52*4 Nov.
25*4 Nov.
31*4 Nov.

8*

Nov. 22
,

Jan.

Oct.

Nov. 14

7
2

Mar.

8
Nov. 15

35*

Mar.

Nov.

June

Nov.

Aug. 20
Jan.

Oct.

Nov.

Nov.

77
117

Jan.

4
6

6
10

0
% Jan.
% Nov. 25

Aug.

Nov. 22

*4 Nov.
*4 Nov.
72

*
176,900 Pllntkote Co class A...
37,900 Florida Power Ac Lt S7 pref..*
386,850 Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*
Class B
•
4,525

Preferred.

6

Nov.

7

Sale"

Sale

10

Fire Assoc of Phila

15,500

Feb.

% June
7
*4 Nov. 26
9

27

20"" Sale"

Fidelio Brewery............1
300 Film Inspection Machine...*

2,200
1,110
272,600

18

3*4 Aug. 14

Nov. 26
8*4 Nov. 2
144
138
145
Nov. 29 159*4 Nov. 15
4
Nov. 29
4*4 Sale
3*4 Nov. 1
Nov. 16
13
12*4
11% Nov.
1
12*4
Nov. 25
15
9*4 Nov.
1
13*4 14*4
Nov. 30
5
Sale
5
5
Nov. 30

Sale

8

*4

*4 Nov. 22
*4 Nov. 26
9
Nov. 25
19*4 Nov. 12

Fiat Amer dep rets.

12;700

7,300
74,400

J *4

*4 Nov. 12
*4 Nov. 21
4*4 Nov. 8
15*1 Nov. 1

Sept.

200 Fed Compress & W'house

7,700

*4 Sale
*4

Nov.

Nov.

32*4 Jan.
39*4 Oct.

June

2
11
7
2
18

26

Ford Motor Co, Ltd,

24,000
100

2,300

Amer dep rets..Ord reg f)
3,900 Ford of France Am dep rets..
8,800 Foremost Dairy Prod com...*

204,800

800

34,150

Conv preferred

7,300

3,750

*4

...*

Froedtert Grain & Malting
Co ceqv pref
15
■i/

8*4' Sale

' -"'-'.iV-

.

•
_

7*4 Sale

h

15*4 Sale

16*4 Sale

7*4
3*4
*4
*4
15

Nov. 30
Nov. 20
Nov. 2
Nov. 20
Nov.

7

Nov. 6
Nov. 20
Nov. 6
Nov. 7

7*4 Mar. 7
2 *4 J an. 15
*4 Jan. 16
*£> June 19

16*4 Nov. 29

14*4 Apr. 22

8*4
3*4
*4
*4

9*4
4*4
*4
1*4

Jan.
7
May
8
Mar. 6
Mar. 29

17*4 Aug.

2

.>

7,800

51,200 General Alloys Co

3,400
3,800

American dep receipts...£1
36,700
22,500 Gen Flreproofing com.....*

*

2*4 Sale

Sale

,

1*4 Nov. 25

2*4 Nov.

*4 Apr.

4

17

2*4 Oct.

14

General Elec Co of Great Brit

15*4
9*4

Sale
Sale

17*4
9*4

17*4
9*4

15 %. Nov.

9*1

Nov.

1
9

Mar. 12

17*4 Nov. 25
9*4 Nov.
1

June 25

17*4 Nov. 25
10*4 Oct. 23

Gen Gas & Elec—

100

12,400
■

v

800

7,900
330

790
800

$6 conv pref aer B
*
2,550
68,600 Gen Investment Co com____5
$6 Preferred.............*
5,800
Warrants.................
490 Gen Outdoor Adv 6% pref.100

19,700

5,950 General Pub Serv S6 pref
5,200 General Rayon A stock

For footnote* see page 56-




25

lA

1

1*4

33

*4

25

40
32

1*4

1*4

4

14

8

33

15

Nov. 7
1*4 Nov. 27
Nov. 23
*32 Nov. 14
Nov. 19
1*4 Nov. 14

24

65

63*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.

4

73

9

Nov.

15*4 Aug. 20
1*4 Aug. 20

30

33

Nov. 23

Nov.
Mar. 21

68

*32 Aug. 15
Oct. 19

73

Nov. 19

Jan.

%, Jan.
60

4

Oct.

*6 Mar. 16

8

Nov.

60

1*4

6

4

Nov.

Nov. 14

*4

*

.*

Nov.

*4 Nov.

13

Bale

1

20

*4 Oct.

2

1*4 Feb.

19

NEW

Dec., 1935]
aggregate
In

November

100
100

19,825 Gen Tire Ac Rubber com
2,845
6%preferredA
17,175 Georgia Power $6 pre?

25

470
.

"

f

595

50

'

400

,

50

20 900
7,350
400

242,600
21,250
6,000
11,700
85,500
45,400
7,600
fy 7,400

1,000
14,000
3,300
900

;

•

1,000

;

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

15** Nov. 30
48** Nov. 30

15X Nov. 30
48** Nov. 30

83

Nov.

87

Nov.

9

4** Nov.

"84" Sale

•

Nov.
Nov. 22

8

47

Sale

50

Sale

56

86

100

Nov. 30

97** Nov.

Oct.

3

Nov. 22

15** Nov.:
48** Nov.
71** Jan.

Jan.

|

Nov. 2

99
87

Mar.
Nov.

5X

Sale
11**
Sale

18X

Sale"

13 X

Sale

19X
10**
20 X
6**
X

Glen Alden Coal Co
Globe Underwriters........2
Godchaux Sugars class A...*
Class B
Goldfield Consol Mines....10

21X Sale
6X
7
Ms Sale

8

Sale

Gold Seal Klec com........I
com..

2lk

13 preferred with warr_.._*

26

18**
10**
18**
6**
**
M«
3*4

19*1

Nov.

Nov. 29
Nov.
Nov. 19
Nov. 29
Nov,
1
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Nov.

tSy

Nov. 2]

21** Nov. 30

Oct.

24

Jan.

14** Nov.

1<

11

Apr.

Nov. 29

2

11** May
** Mar. 23

Aug. 29
May 31
July 23

7** Nov. 13
Ms Nov. 22
** Nov. 4
4

40

May 1
Jan.

'

70** Nov.
4** Oct.

Mar.

4X

*

.....

Gorham Inc class A

Nov. 30

15]

Nov. 23

70** Nov. 19
4** Nov. 8

'

"4X "5X

com.....

Preferred.....

1

Lowest

70

47

$5 preferred

8,010 Gilbert (A C) Co

ranoe since jan.

Sale Prices

Ask

15** Sale
48** Sale

20

„

050

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Nov.30 1935

Shares
STOCKS (Continued)
100 General Telephone Corp
100
$3 conv preferred

7,300

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

July 1 1933

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Shares

47

EXCHANGE

CURB

Low from

sales

Since

[

IORK

21** Nov. 25

Jan.

Nov. 25

21** Nov. 25

1

Feb.

4

Nov. 25

18

Gorham Mfg Co—

7,ioo

;

36,700
66,700
34,350
5,565
8,900
6,490
41,500

3,600
25,950
270
560

1,700

25,400

17 X
10 &

Agreement extended....
Grand Rapids Varnish Corp *
Gray Tel Pay Station com..
Gt Atl Ac Pac Tea 1st pref.100
Non-voting common stock *
Great Northern Paper Co..2»
Greenfield Tap At Die com..*

20X Sale

17 J* Nov.

10

Sale
Sale

10**

10

Nov.

4

21** Nov. 15
10** Nov. 2

24**

18** Nov.

2

26

24

128"

Sale

131

Sale

23

23 X
8% Sale

128

131X 133"
21** Sale
10
Sale

Nov. 22

Nov.

1 130** Nov. 20
Nov.
128** Nov. 27 134
19 X Nov. 20
22** Nov. 12

8% Nov.
Vs Nov.

10** Nov. 20

1

1

Nov. 15

12** Mar.
5** Mar.
8** Mar.
122** Jan.

11

Sept. 13

26

Nov. 22

135

Mar.

i40

July
1
Aug. i2

19** Nov.
4** Mar,

26

121

Jan.

10

10** Nov. 20

Grocery Stores Prod—

2,300
1,000
47,900

X

% Sale

16,400
Common v t c
25c
13,900 Guardian Investors common 1
289,600 Gulf OH of Pa
25
450 Gulf States Util $6 pre?.....*

** Nov. 25
** Nov. 12

X Nov. 16

65""

69k

Sale

Sale

65

Nov.

70

1

Nov. 29

.

420

100
$5.50 preferred
*
620 Gypsum Lime & Alabastine.*

15,500

50,100 Hall fC M) Lamp Co........*

6** Nov. 15

6X

Sale

6

6X

6Vs Nov. 19

5% Nov.

7

9

Nov. 19

.

Feb.

7

* Mar. 25
50** Mar. 13
55
Jan. 11
55
Jan. 25
6** Nov. 15

3** Mar. 30

X Aug. 17
IX Aug. 19
74** May 23
87

58
7

7** Oct. 21

Handley Page Ltd., 8s

2,700

67X
IX

700 Hartford Electric Light....25
27,000 HartmanTobaccocommon.10

4,500
3,400

14,600
21,200
5,700
1,900

27,380
30,200
299,700
15,900
19,900
1,200
260,600
22,000

i

200

19,500
5,700

75

Harvard Brewing Co

69
IX
3

2*1

..1

10 Vs

13

1

Nov. 13

6

Hayden Chemical Co

4/** Nov.

4

58

Hires (Chas E) class A com..*

22

6

13 H Sale
Sale
85

Holllnger Consol G M......5

Holly Sugar Corp common..*
Preferred

10
1

14** Sale
100

Sale

Nov.

13** Nov.
85

Nov.

6

106

2,240
7% preferred
.......100
554,000 Hud Bay Min 8c 8melt
•
310,800 Humble Oil At Refining
*
4,600 Huyler's of Del com
1
12,200
7% preferred stamped..l00
100
7% pref unstamped....100
13,100 Hyrtro-Elec Secur con.
*
57,400 Hygrade Food Prod.. ......5
14,425 Hygrade Sylvania Corp
•

Jan.

58

22

Nov.

25** July
20** Jan.

x

Nov. 26

6

Nov. 26

7** Nov. 27

Nov. 21

31

Nov. 25

105** Nov.

Sale
19 X Sale
58** Sale

18X Sale
Sale

60 X

2 108** Nov. 13
18
Nov.
8. 20*1 Nov. 29
57** Nov. 29 62** Nov. 7
1

34" Sale'

34

1

Nov. 18

Nov.

1

Nov.

42

8

Nov. 22

'

"3",200
11,700
1,975

19,100
2,400

2

5** Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.

1

3

40

Nov., 6

34** Sale

34** Nov.

41** Nov.

8

35

40

53

100

Nov. 30

100
2

Feb,

108
6

Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan.

Feb.

5

Nov.

l5*

July

20

Feb.

31** Sept. 12
108** Nov. 13
20** Nov. 29
64
May 23

102** Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

20H

Jan.

Mar.

1

Apr.
Aug.

42

23

Nov. 22

6
5X Nov. 23
3** Jan. 22

26

Oct.

Aug.

40

2** Mar.

8

28
19
10
19

Nov.

8

2

41** Nov.

8

8

13 J* Jan.
14
Jan.

3

40

53** Nov. 13

1

Nov.
Nov.

9

Sale

35

7

Oct.

Jan.

Nov. 21

36** Sale

99.500 Illinois P At L $6 pref
10,049
6% preferred...........100
750 Illuminating Shares Co A...*

225

Nov.

5X
2X

5X
tyz
2X

12

11**
30

26

5
Sale
oaie

Nov. 21

37

16

29

Nov. 13

12X Apr. 26
2** Nov. 30

Jan.

Nov. 21

7** Nov. 14

*

com...

F

Feb.

**

8

May 16

24** Nov. 4
1
14** Nov. 30
1 100
Nov. 30

100

900 Holophane Co Inc common.*

1,100 Holt (H) Ac Co class A
*
yAy.
150 Hormel (Geo A) Ac Co com...*
20,915 Horn At Hardart

Nov. 14

Apr.
June

7

Sale
Sale
Sale

9

Nov. 25

2** Oct.

11** Nov. 23
2** Nov. 30

10**
2X

t;

78,100
25,900
1,400
8,000

2

5°>|

8

.......

V 200

40

1** Nov. 25
2*4 Nov. 19

8

Nov.

Haseltine Corp
•
Hecla Mining Co
25c
Helena Rubinstein common.*

'""255

"2,425

IX Nov,
2** Nov.
9** Nov.

71

Jan.

Oct.

July

7**

3** Mar.

Am dep rets part pref

S^pt. 11
Feb. 23
Jan.
3

34** Jan.

11

Oct.

3

Nov.

26

Jan.

Nov.
8
53** Nov. 13

Imperial Chem Industries—

1,900
54,700
2,000
2,100
1,000
3.600

8,200
Am dep rets ord reg
£1
656,900 Imperial Oil (Cana'da)......*
14,000
Registered....
*
47,700 Imperial Tobacco Co of Can.5
23,100 Imp Tob of Gt Brit At Irel..£l
17,020 Indiana Pipe Line.........10
1,035 Ind'polis P Ac L 6X% pf ..100

25

Nov. 27
Nov. 6

8

19** Nov. 30
19** Sale
Nov. 29
19** 20** x20
12** Nov. 7
34*1 Nov.
4** Nov.
88** Nov. 18

20** Sale
20*4
21*
12*4
13*
34 **
34**
4** Sale

...

Nov.

7

Nov. 21
Nov. 26

Nov. 20
88** Nov. 18
.

_

8

15** Mar. 14
15** Mar. 30
Mar. 22

12

31** Mar. 12
3** Mar. 12
55

Jan.

21

8

1

** Jan.

6

1*1

22

Jan.
May
May
July
Nov.
6*1 Nov.
88** Nov.

9**
22**
22**
14**
36**

15
24
24
31
26
20
18

Indian Terr Ilium OH Co.....

800

6,400
13,400

Non-voting class A.......*
Class B stock
.....*
5,200 Industrial Finance v t c
1
1,075
7% preferred...........100
56,750 Insur Co of North Amer_..I0
2,500 Internat Cigar Machinery..*
1,400 Internat Holding At Invest.*
48,725 Int Hydro-Elec 13.50 pref..50
94,500 Internat Mining Corp com_.l
148,000
Warrants.
681,700 Internat Petroleum com... *
4.800
Registered...............*
24,450 Internat Products com
*
6,600 Internat Safety Rasor cl B_*
11,008 Internat Util class A
•
65,450
Class B
1

1,800
200
75

5,700
600

1,000
8,250

12,200
26,100
93,000

•

2**
*X

800

16,300

50

$7 prior preferred

Nov. 12
Nov.
8
Nov. 15
Nov. 15

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

33

32

Nov.

11

3
37

Sale
;

IX
3X

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

""9** Sale

,

4,300
1,600

2

'70*J

...

100

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3

8
Nov.
8
Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov.
7
Nov. 20
Nov. 25
Nov. 21
Nov. 8

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale
3*

Nov.

"""loo

900 Investors Royalty Co com..25
600 Iron Cap Copper Co com
10

3,700

v,

700

10,500
20

4,000

26 *

27*

8^

100

"6"305
1,300
900
1,500
2,000

49,200
10,800
19,300
4,900
'*
3,800

800

2,100

50

6°g
15 h

70

IX
28

e

IX

Sale

.

IX
2
35** Sale

28,100

18,900
15,500

214,500 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
I
57,900 Lakey Foundry Ac Machine. 1

500

IX

IX

** Mar. 28
** Oct.
5

Nov. 1
Nov. 21
Nov. 4

74** Nov. 25

43

80

60

7

60

1% Nov. 22

1*4 Nov.
8
36** Nov. 22

18

28

Nov.

IX

1

8.300
34,600
18,900
8,500
150

"4" 500
25

910 Lane Bryant 7% pref.
Lefcourt Realty com

4,100
15,600
107,100
123,000
57,500
1,480
■

7

95

"2*iNov.""l

3

■"lif

9**

"§** "10

0 i-.'r:

Ms Nov.

'A

**

\

** Nov. 25

** Nov.

8

1

^Tov. 26

97** Nov. 27

4H

135*

*14

99

11*1

54

12** Nov. 19
15** Nov. 21

Nov.

11** Nov.

7
1

25

46** Nov.
2** Nov.

Jan.

Mi Oct.
72

Mar.

57

22

** Nov.

23

^9

3**
17?*
17**
5**

110

106** Nov.

29

1** Oct.
Jan.
Nov.

18

** Apr.

4X

Sale'

"ex "7X

4** Nov. 1
Nov. 30

18X Sale

18*1

"65* Sale"

"5k"No"v."2l

Nov. 30

........*

'6**

Sale

6** Nov.

1

Jan.

91** Feb.
1

1

15

May 23

10** Nov. 15
ex Nov. 26

June

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Nov-.

21

Sept. 11
12** Mar. 29
15** Nov. 21

*100

58

Nov. 18

74**

40

Nov.

7

17
5

Nov. 7
Feb. 27
May 23
% May
3

78

5

** Nov,
69

1
6

95

45** Oct.
** Mar.
67
Jan.

40

5

Sale

17

74** Nov. 25
80
Nov. 21
92** Nov. 7
IX Oct. 15
36** Nov. 22

16

til** Apr. 17
4** Mar. 7

Nov. 25
Nov. 29

Sale

ov.

19
27

3

Aug.
5
IX Jan. 14

Nov. 22
Nov. 27

5

10




Nov.
IX Aug.
** Apr.

17

4
2

6

Nov.

•

27,000 Lockheed Air Corp...

15

Nov. 21

Leonard Oil Development..25
Lerner Stores Corp com....*

•3

Mar. 12
27

Feb.

"2**
A* 20** Nov."
Nov.

Sale

For footnotes see page 56.

53** Nov. 25
3** Nov. 27

80

1.

B stock....

6

-

7

Lehigh Coal At Nav...

Nov,

17
24

Nov. 21

28

75** Feb.
50** 50**
3** Sale

32^

1

.....

Mar. 13

IX Mar.
Mi Nov.

** Nov. 21

t.

59**

y

** Apr. 22

** Aug.
Apr.
** Aug.
33** Nov.
27
Aug.
2** May
3* Nov.

35

75

Nov. 14

19** Nov. 21
10** Nov. 15
6**

6

~

22

34** Nov. 15
lk Nov. 8
13** Aug. 10
15** Jan. 11
6X Jan. 11
39** May 25
37** Nov. 20
4*1 Nov. 25
lk Aug. 23
4** Aug. 19

6

2

Nov.
Nov.

8

1

10
;

May

8
Aug. 13
72** Aug. 19

7

Nov. 18

18

3

1

*

Feb.

H

4** Apr. 22
4** Apr. 22
1** Feb.
2

Nov. 15
83** Mar. 15 110
2** Jan.
8
** July 22

Nov. 15

Nov.

.

57

•

Preferred

6)4 % pref with warr
100
200 Liberty Baking 7% pref.. 100
15,200 Lion Oil Refining
•
1,675 Loblaw Groceterias A__._.
*
25

ll", 066

100

Nov. 21

1** Nov.

IX Nov. 20
Nov.

Nov.

92** Nov.

Nov. 15 110

95

Nov. 21

50

90 Lackawanna RR N J.....100

"""600

Jan.
7
June 18

7

17

110

75

£1

8,450
6% preferred...........100
4,600 Kress (S H) Ac Co spec pf..l0
93,400 Kreuger Brewing Co
1

June 22

8

** Nov. 19
** Nov. 22

4

Nov.

Kolster Brandes Ltd—

1,350

22

X Nov. 21
** Nov. 22

28

87

1

7% preferred series B... 100
5% preferred series D... 100
Kirby Petroleum
........1
Klrkland Laka G M Ltd
1
Klein (DEmil) Co common..*
Kleinert(J B) Rubber
10
Knott Corp com.... .......1

American shares
Koppers Gas Ac Coke—

8

8

** June.
14*| Apr. 18
3** Jan. 28

70
80

Sale

83

100
...

Nov.

""k Nov."6

6
1

**

60

25

33** Nov. 27
23

% Nov.
25** Nov.

1

8

■/ X
42

132 Kansas G Ac E 7% pref
29,700 Kin gsbury Breweries com
Kings County Lighting

Nov. 13
Nov.
6

28

15

25** Sale
14**
15**

690

220

31** Sale

1

4,655

30

Sale

19

Jersey Central Pow At Lt Co—
5)4% preferred........100
6% preferred
..100
1,560
7% preferred
100
17,500 Jonas Ac Naumburg Corp.2.50
13,345 Jones Ac LaughlJn com....100

1,250
\

29

8,200 Iron Fireman Mfg com v t c..*
81,800 Irving Air Chute com.... ..1
23,000 Italian Superpower cl A....*
3,200
Warrants.................

3,600
2,100
200

2

Apr. 24

Mi Mar.

.....

14,100

8

Jan.

35

2,700
Warrants
22,500 Interstate Hosiery Mills....*
5,720 interstate Power 17 pref
•

e"' July 18
Jan.

8

*

750

Feb. 26
X Apr. 23
1
May 21
52
Mar. 13
29
May
X Aug. 30
3** Mar.
10** Nov.
X July 25
28
Mar. 13
29** Feb. 13
2** Jan.
3

3k
80

May 23
Mar.
2
Nov. 27
Jan.

18

2** May 10
22** Aug. 15
Aug. 14
May 23

8«

75** Nov. 25
108** Nov. 29
2X Sept. 9
Nov. 18
July
3
1
17X Feb. 21
7X

IW

48

In
November

(<Continiiei)

Par

*

2,375
4,600
82,300
200

30 Ludlow Mfg Associates

10

41,000 Lynch Corp

3,600
15,400
280
700

;

10Vs Sale
5

6H% Ptef with com
Cons Mfg Co

2,560
3,500

Sale

Sale

74
7

8

Sale

92

pur w.*

Ma pes

37
Sale

93
643

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale

Nov. 25

1054 Nov.
Nov.

9

Nov.
Nov.

85
74

"754 "8~"

Sale
834
9
6234 Sale

37

Nov. 20
Nov. 21

Nov. 20
254 Nov. 18
_

7 118
2
834 Nov. 29
6234 Nov. 30

Nov.

118
Nov.
34 54 Nov.

7

Nov. 14
Nov. 18
Nov.

Nov. 14

22

•

8

8
Nov. 26

1
1

734 Nov. 15
854 Nov. 2
234 Nov. 25

934 Sale

*

35

Highest
Sale Prices

454 Nov. 13

934 Sale
Sale

4 34

Sale
Sale

5

com

1

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

86

26,700 Mangel Stores Corp com....*

i

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1
Bid

176,700 Lone Star Ga«_/_
.*
*
124,900 Long Island Light com..
7% preferred..
__t00
5,610
6% preferred series B
100
15,525
*
11,800 Loudon Packing Co com
628,300 Louisiana Land & Kxpl com. 1
1,000 Lucky Tiger Comb G M_.__10

e

860

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

1933

iVdt>.30 1935
STOCKS

Shares

24,500
28,800

July 1

1

Jan.

Shares

'

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

EXCHANGE

CURB

Low from

SALES

AGGREGATE

YORK

7

4 Nov. 19

434 Mar. 13
2

48

Jan.

Mar.

6
12

37

Jan.

5

73^ Sepo. 11
454 Jan. 12
234 Nov. 25
89

Jan.

1034 Nov.
6
lAug.
9254
8334
854
934

Nov. 20
Oct.

19

May 17
334 Apr. 29

2 118

2634 Mar. 14
534 June 25
47
July 10
2134 Oct. 21

8
5

N°v. 26

Nov.

4134
1054
6534
3334

7

July
Nov.
Oct.
Jan.

24
18
25
14

Marconi Internet Marine-

Communication Am dep ret
1,900
*
4,100 Margay Oil
19,050 Marlon Steam Shovel com..*

200
600

7,400

3%

48,100 Maryland Casualty Co com.l
*
3,465 Masonite Corp common
8,400 Mass Utll Associates v t c...l
103,900 Massey Harris Co common..*

8,000

3,145
2,300
77,600

350

May Hosiery Mills—
$4 preferred w w

2H Sale
6234 Sale
154 Sale
A% Sale

24,750 Mayflower

31,000

2,400
22,000

5,200

V:

Mead

*

Associates Inc

Corp

5334
6K

5,400
50

24,000
1,500
6,800

5 5 34
Sale

53

Sale

5954

59

Sale

834

June

6

4

Feb.

15

Nov.

834 Nov. 25
254 Nov. 22

7234 Nov. 18
154 Nov. 1
754 Nov. 18

83

86>4
3H Sale

2634 Sale

1034 Nov.

8

Nov. 8
934 Nov. 18
5354 Nov. 2
1134 Nov. 18

Nov.

7

90

Nov. 15

6

Nov.

8

Nov. 27

49

8834
434 Sale

8754

2334

865

134 Mar. 13
134 Jan. 11
56

Oct.

1

Feb.

Sale

Nov. 12
Nov. 25

19
1

334 Mar. 12

41

Jan.

834 Nov. 12
19

Oct.

8

44

Mar.

5

30

59

Nov.

8

934 Nov. 18

334 Apr. 17
2154 Jan.
7
354 Feb. 16

5334 Nov. 2
1134 Nov. 18

55

90

Nor. 12

6

Nov. 25

Apr.
154 Jan.

12
5

7534 June 3
9 34 July 24

7534 June
2734 Nov.

Nov. 15

70

95

Oct.

18

8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.

19
20
16
12

2734 Nov.
90

Nov. 15

1

Jan.

17

54 Jan.

2

34

234 Nov.

6

2534 Nov. 13
%s Nov. 29

Mar. 12

554
4934
54
34

80

434

24

834 Nov. 25
234 Nov. 22
7234 Nov. 18
2
Aug. 13
75* Nov. 18

554 Nov. 19
4934 Nov. 20
54 Nov. 16

2354 Nov. 13

25

90

"VA Sale'

59

6

634 Nov.

56

834

'16" "II"

_•

common..

28,200 Mead Johnson Ac Co com....*
...5
66,400 Memphis Nat Gas com
50 Memphis P & L $7 pref
*
19,700 Mercantile Stores Co..
350
7% preferred....
...100
38,400 Merritt Chapman Ac Scott-.
5,600
634% A pref
100
*
77,300 Meaabi Iron
:
50 Metal Textile part pref
._*

'«*»«»#»

6 54

8

8

18

4054 Feb.

79,200 McCord Radiator Ac Mfg?
*
61,325 McWilllams Dredging com..*

5,100 ;

654
234

854 Nov. 12

Nov. 22
Nov. 19
Nov. 12
Nov. 4
6234 Nov.
1
154 Nov. 1
454 Nov.
1
854
1534
334
254

_....*

"i",76o
5.100

4H

734
254

Jan.

3
1

96

Mar.

5

We May 14

Metropolitan Edison Co—
425

"i~,266

7,980

5,000
4,300

$6 pref series C
Mexico-Ohio OH

Co

3,000

Sale

2

..*

22,600 Michigan Gas Ac Oil Corp...*
38,600 Michigan Sugar com...
*
Preferred
10
25,400

2%
254
% Sale
5 54 Sale

254

.54

25

5

Sale

334

154 Nov. 20
234 Nov. 20
i
54 Nov. 15
5
Nov. 30

Sale.

254 Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.

8
2

3
-

1

534 Nov. 15

31

34 Jan. 30
134 Oct. 17
54 Mar. 15
3

Feb.

16

May
8
254 Nov. 1
354 May 27
154 June 22
8

June 21

Middle States Petroleum—

26,600
11,300
53,600
2,400
1,500

53,400
31,500
236,200
17,600
8,200

•

2.050

3,160

Class A vot trust ctfs..

*

Class B vot trust ctfs
Middle West Utll

16

conv

$6

conv

Sale

15

34 Nov. 13
2

1 Sale^

a

We Sale

334 Nov. 29

1
4

154 Nov.

pref ser A
*
pref A ctfs of dep.*

Midland Royalty Corp—
92 conv pref

Nov. 25

*

*

»

com

334 Nov. 15
% Nov. 15
34 Nov. 6
3
Nov. 27

,154 Nov.
% Nov.

2

734 Sale

*

Sale

9

734 Nov.

1

Nov. 29

9

"JVlar.

2

t34-Mar. 14
Jan.

4

Apr. 23
Apr. 25

734 Nov.

1

334 Nov. 15
% Nov. 15
We Oct. 10
354 Oct. 11
3>l Ndv. 29
10

Jan.

12

Midland Steel Product—

2,300
890
500
225

32,600
11 non-cum dlv shares
3,815 Mid vale Co
2,700 Mining Corp of Can
4,525 Minnesota Min Ac Mfg Co

\

—

—

m

Nov. 26

Miss River Fuel

Corp

~

12,700 Mock Judson Voehringer..
29,995 Mohawk Ac Hud Pow 1st pref.*
2nd preferred
13,827
*
528,600 Molybdenum Corp vtc
..1
19,369 Montgomery Ward Ac Co A..*
8,800 Montreal Lt Ht Ac Pow com..*
2,400 Moody's Investors Part pref.*

36,000
1,920
1,500
400

10734
1834
80

600

-

150

1,400
475

m — — -

>

3

-

300

26,800 Murphy (G C) Co
850
8% preferred

100

27,700
180

1734
78
39
1034
138

" Sale

40

2634
142

2734
150

Nov.

Jan.

1034 Mar. 29
3034 Mar. 21

Nov.

9

Nov.

4434 Nov.

6

Nov. 23

12

14154 Nov. 21
3554 Nov. 21
Nov.
1
40.

Feb.

Mar. 28

9

734 Jan.
127

Jan.

2634 May
23

Jan.

125
Nov. 19

34 Nov. 21
434 Nov. 14

Nov.

-2

Jan.

common.

100

$2 convertible preferred..*

...

13434

,315*

127

13234 130

134 34 "Nov." 12 14054 Nov. 25
128
Nov.
8 £134
Nov. 20

Sale"
134

105

11234 Nov.
Nov.

12

Sale
4134 Sale
2134
2434
3534
154

Sale

154
8234
54 Sale
1
Sale

154
4334
24

Sale
Sale
2534

2834
1934
234
85

39
Sale
Sale
94

34 Sale
134
134

15

4 11334 Nov. 22

6

9

154 Nov. 9
4034 Nov. 8
2334 Nov. 18

1434 Nov.

4

""2"" Nov."*I
4434 Nov. 23
Nov. 27

26

10

7

Jan.

3

Apr.

17

i734"No"v."26
134 Nov.
81
Nov.

86

4
7

54 Nov.

1

Nov.

1

7134 Nov.

1

1

Nov.

6

234 Nov. 22
Nov. 19
1
Nov. 22
154 Nov. 21

Nov. 22

li
21!
88!

Apr. 25
Nov. 29

Nov. 26
Feb.

108*

13

Nov. 26

1834 Nov.

1

83

Nov.

9

4434 Nov.

6

1434 July

22

3554 Nov. 21
40

Oct.

2234 July

31

11

June 26

434 Apr.
34jNov.
534 May
1
July
14054 Nov.
13734 Oct.
116
Apr.

26
19

16
23
25
1
11
4

Mar. 22
34 Sept. 12
134 May
2
2934 Feb.
7

1
13* Oct.
3
254 Jan.
4434 Nov. 23

1854 June

7

26

July
3
1154 Mar. 12
54 Mar. 26
55
Mar.
8

35
20

6

30

20

7

48

26 137

10534 Mar. 28
72
112

2054 Sept.

2 14454 May 17

354 Aug. 14
34 Feb. 27
434 Jan. 11

34 Jan.
100

13

1834 Feb. 25

2934

Sale

16

1

150

"~5~~ Sale"

12

8834 Nov. 26
We July 22

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

% Mar. 18

82

IW
83

Nov.

35

Nov. 26

108

Nov.

37

2834
143

1

...

6,100
8,800

Nov.

Mar. 15
Jan. 24

5

..*

186,300 National Fuel Gas
....*
1
68,800 National Investors com
1,760
534% preferred
1
Warrants
29,000
*
36,200 National Leather Co com

13,700

t

1134 Sale

107

3454 Nov.

Corp. 10

com

2,400 Nachman Sprlngfllled Corp.*
1,400 National Banking Co com._l
...1
378,700 Nat Bellas Hess com
24,200 Nat'l Bond Ac Share Corp...*
2,850 Nat Container Corp com....*

'm

41,800
3,800

'

Mountain Producers

800 Mountain Sts Tel Ac Tel.. 100

600
'<'■

<

Mountain Ac Gulf Ol iCo

200 Mountain Sts Pow

;

•

.

1734

16

Sale
Sale

11

..

600 Mtge Bank of Colom Am elks

2,900
77,000

7,200

Sale
Sale

13934 Sale

200 Moore Corp Ltd...........
70
7% A pref
100
:

1954 Nov. 21
48
Nov. 22
134 Nov. 22
2154 Nov. 29
8834 Nov. 26

warr.

360 MIss River Power pref....100

550

;r

Nov. 18

1

2034 Nov. 20

4,000

~

1,200
2,725

,

Sale

46

1654 Nov. 12
40
Nov. 14

*
*

170

<

4034

1734.1834

30 Minnesota P Ac L 7% pref-100

30
—

3834

........

'

—

Sale

17

*

34 Feb. 26
54 Mar. 11

14 34

Nov.

" Nov. 27
Mar.
4
Nov.

6

234 Nov. 22
86

Nov. 19

1

Nov. 22

134 Jan.

7

Nat Power Ac Light—

7,500

80,410

10,400

110,220

7134 Sale

36 preferred

100 National Refining

7,800
900

.

6,800

30

.

.

30,400
34,900
;;&r: 30

400
„

A

_*

National Sugar Refg
*
475 National Tea Co 534% pref. 10

4.200
8,000

National

Transit-.

12.50

National Union Radio com..l
Nebraska Power

10,625 Nehl

Corp

900
800

V:
640

100

600

3,400

34,400

1,800
11,150
2,300
24,800

5,600

97,750

,

'-mmm---

200

3,400

v

2,450

6,100
2,100

1,000
140

New Bradford

2,700
2,300
925

21,800
12,600
12,770

800
225

4,400
.

10,900

16,100
100,000
10,750

Sale*

3&
15

Nov. 20

New Haven Clock Co
New Jersey Zinc

*

com

25

...

N

Y A.u

N Y At

lion

Co

15
13

113

1 11354 Nov. 15
7
Nov.
4
534 Nov. 14
1034 Nov. 26
934 Nov. 12

90

Nov.

2734
934
954
134
11334
454

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

575




954

"734 ~Nov."~I "*754"Nov.*25

•

2

60

234 Sale

234 Sale

234 Nor.

1

3

434
634
234
534

Nov. 21

2

102

834
6954 Sale
154 Sale

6034 Sale

4354 Sale
3154 Sale

"§
74

134

954
Sale

154

6654 Sale

834 Nov.
69
Nov.
154 Nov.

6034 Nov.

"234 ""354 ""3 34 "Nov.'
38

39

34

35

16

Nov.

76

Nov. 15

6

134 Nov. 12
6654 Nov. 29

""334 Nov." 13

Nov.

4434 Nov. 4
Nov. 20
93
Nov. 29

9834 Nov.

10334 Nov. 26

3634 Nov.
3154 Nov.
91

100

35

11

Jan.

f
iH

20

Feb.

35

17

Apr.

16

1
934 May
1034 July 19

Oct. 26
Nov. 14 11334 Nov. 15

Feb.

11

Apr.
May
July
June

23

10
23

Feb.
june

May 21
Aug. 10

•w

20
5

May 21
Apr. 30
7
May
Mar. 13
21

1H Feb.

15

Feb.

9

2534 Jan.
5354 Jan.
6134 Jan.

5

Nov. 15

Jan.

2

13

Sept. 9
534 Jan. 24
Nov. 25

25

Mar. 22

Jan.

33

5

Jan.

254 Mar. 16
50
3
July

35

.....

Oct.

Apr. 27
6
654 Feb.
8
34 May
9

2

Nov.

8454 Aug. 15
554 Apr. 25
934 Mar. 4

Oct.

60

u\H

Oct.

30

Oct.

11

76

30

Aug. 29
21

Nov. 15

:

Jan.

7

6654 Nov. 29
20
Aug.
1
354 Aug. 29
Apr. 25
Nov. 20

8*

Nov. 29
93
2 10334 Nov. 26

8

Shipbuilding Co

Founders
N Y Steam

shares......

Corp

1

*

com

N Y Teleo 634% pref
New York Transit

Class

100
......5

954
Sale

8
9
734 Nov.
16
16
Nov.
1654
11854 11934 11834 Nov.
434
454
434 Nov.

834
1734
11934
434

Nov. 18
Nov. 20
Nov. 19
Nov. 8

Corp

com..

1
.....1

Sale
Sale

68

854 Sale
34 Sale
154
154
734 Sale

2954

234 Sale

254

4

Sale

354 Sale
38

»

434 Mar.
12
3

8

May 25

11334 May

65

854
34
134
734

Nov. 20

Nov.

71

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1054 Nov.
We Nov.

8
8

Apr.

Nov.

6

Nov.

954 Nov.

8

2

Sale

Sale

234

434 Sale
334 Sale
36
Sale

2654 Nov.
234 Nov.

3434 Nov. 19
234 Nov. 16

3

354 Nov. 4
254 Nov. 12
3534 Nov. 29

4J4 Nov.
334 Nov.
4134 Nov.

52

Nov. 23

56

9
2
8

Nov. 13

4634
234
34
34
2 54

8
Feb.
Mar. 13
2
Jan.

Oct.

1

834 Mar
July

15

2

w*
22

r. 22
4

Mar.

12

34 Jan. 24
54 Mar.
9
434 Mar.
6
24 34 Jan.
11

Jan.

7

Aug. 14
Mar. 12

3 121

82

134
834

66

2654 Sale

com...

Nor Amer Lt At Pow com____l

56.

8

16

11834 Sale
434
71
951

A preferred... ...100

Noma Elec

see page

Nov.

60

*

$6 preferred..
72,600
2,025 North Amer Match Corp

For footnotes

634 Sale

Nov.

26
25
3

We Nov. 8
34 Apr. 11
1454 Nov. 29
21

111

""234 "354

common..

Hond Rosarlo M....10

N Y Merchandise Co com

85,950 NileS'Bement-Pond
103,200 Niplssing Mines

83,000
281,400

111

4654 Feb.
554 Apr.
434 Oct.

22
14
20
7

24

Sale

9H

554 Nov. 29
34 Nov. 4
Nov. 12

We Nov.
We Nov.
1454 Nov.

"434

934
34

734 Sale

2,200 N Y Water Serv 6% pref.. 100
806,600 Niagara Hud Pow com....15
Class A option warrants...
82,500
Class B option warrants...
15,100
108,200 Niagara Share Corp class B 5
100

12,100

£2654

"4 54 "Nov."15

934
934
54
113
434

Sale
% Sale

934

100

OH...-.3...-.5

585 N Y Pr At Lt 16 pref..
1,385
7% preferred

770

18,500

Sale

We

7% preferred_i.. 100

N Y

C

8

"154 "**4"

26,900 New Mexico Ac Aria Land
1
180,600 Newmont Mining Corp
10
500 New Process Co common.._.*

'

127,400
7,200
3,500

2434

*

150 New Engl Tel Ac Tel Co... 100

-

554 Sale

34

434

300 Nestle Le Mur Co class A
680 Nevada Calif Elec com

•

Nov.

81

...

300

i

534 Sale

7% pref__100

com

1st preferred
200
*
2,375 Nelsner Bros pref
.....100
.3,000 Nelson (Herman) Corp .....5
8,600 Neptune Meter class A
•

-

80

25

37,600

200

•

common
com

79,200 National Service Co..
...1
Conv partlc preferred..
4,100
1,300 National Steel Car Ltd
._*

400
fe-

Nat Rubber Mach

7834

434 Sept. 16
Aug. 13
Nov.
8
Nov.
8

I7oll

#

6
8
1
Nov. 19
34*
2

slH

Nov.

Nov.
Oct.

Apr.

6

554 Oct. 21
454 Aug. 17
4134 Nov. 8
56
Oct. 29

Dec., 1935]

YORK CURB

NEW

EXCHANGE

49

1

AGGREGATE

MEW YORK

November
Shares

Shares

1,600
67,800
160
100
300

1,700
57,900
6,100
22,000

:

1,076

^

400
2.700
190
50
600

4,900
3,200

3,900

;:

::

900
50

27,000
"

'

150
400
200
50
500

50

1434

500
60

1,030

2,400
740
100

818
?

<

52,500

com

24

35,500

5

65

-

6,120
12,800
2,000

35,806
450

6,000
10,700
100

2,250
11,200
800

12,230

16,000

Sale

h

'W "3934
6

5
44

Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.

2

Nov.

2

76

1

46

334 Sale

134 Apr. 16

Nov. 13

2034 Jan.
1834 Jan.

Nov. 15

71

Nov. 21
8
Nov. 8
Nov. 14
Nov. 19
Nov. 7
Nov. 2
Nov. 20

70

Sale" 107"" Sale"
11634 Sale
87
8834

Sale

102
105
110

Nov.

Nov. 21

1434 Nov. 27

834 Nov. 23
434 Nov. 15

2034 Nov.

4 103

Nov.

8
6

Nov. 18 10734 Nov.
1
Nov.
2 11634 Nov. 30

7634 Nov.

7

8934 Nov. 18

66

Nov. 29

70

Nov. 15

Nov.

42

Nov.

6

334 Mar.
3234 Jan.

4

1234 Pet.
34
Feb.
534 Sept.
534 Mar.
7934 Apr.
534 July

134 Mar.
24
65

Feb.

Nov.

934 Apr.
77

Jan.

1634

10

1134

66

58
1

""634 ""7" "7"" "8"" "63i"Nov.""6 ""834"NOV."25
334
934 Sale
634 Sale

334

29^
2

■

634

•

65
92

51

3034

Sale
Sale
Sale

2

234
334
934 Sale
734 Sale

3

Nov. 16
Nov.
8

9

634 Nov.

334 Nov. 16
1034 Nov. 22

1

734 Nov. 16

"634 "634 "6 34 "Nov."29 ""734"Nov.""7
7034 Sale
9734 Sale
2
234

6334 Nov.
9134 Nov.

4

1

Nov. 26

2

7034 Nov. 26
9934 Nov. 6
3
Nov. 7

""§34 Sale'
2034 Sale

9g 1034
2834 Sale
134

IX

534
934

"38"

Sale"

134 Sale

Sale

20

Sale"

1

Properties RealizationVoting trust ctfs
33Xc
Propper McCallum
Hosiery

"f54
21

20

34

35

""334"No"v.""I ""3 34 "Nov." "4
2034
1034
2834
134

Nov.
1
Nov. 13
Nov. 1
Nov. 4
34
Nov. 21
1634 Nov. 4
34 Nov. 8

2334 Nov. 9
1134 Nov. 19
38

Nov. 30

134 Nov.
34
20

6

Nov. 21

Nov. 20

4

6

8

Nov.

2

Nov.

2

6,

Nov. 19

534 Nov. 20
12 2934 Nov. 6
15 2734 Oct. 23
25 10634 Nov. 15
Nov. 21
2 76
9
434 Nov. 8
27 2034 Nov. 8
11
453-4 Nov. 14
19 4434 Feb. 18
334 Sept. 26
30
534 Nov. 5
21
2 4734 July 10
17 2734 Nov. 26
Nov. 20
20 80
11 1234 Oct. 21
8 4034 Nov. 21
7
Feb.
6
30
25 1434 Nov. 27
23 10734 Nov. 27
Jan. 11
22 11
434 Nov. 15
27
25 4134 July 30
7 70
July 30
16 2034 Nov. 8
28 103

Oct.

1334 Aug. 12
Nov. 7 11334 Nov. 21
July 15 3334 July 15
Feb. 26
434 Nov. 18
Aug. 14
Feb. 25 48
Aug. 14
Mar. 1 12
Feb. 26
16

2

Jan.

34 Jan. 12
834 Mar. 11
5

Mar. 26

3334 Mar. 27
234 Jan.

3

Feb. 28

51

4634 Apr.

1

Nov. 26

2

34 Jan.
734 Jan-

3
4

634 May
7
23
July 23
134 Jan. 16
31
July 31

934 June 18

34 Nov. 20

29

24
30
18
2
28
7

Mar. 15

1834 Aug. 22

i°p
15%

Oct.

Nov.

Nov.

8034 Jan. 14 10734 Oct.
7634 Apr. 10 11634 Nov.
5334 Jan. 28 8934 Nov.
5234 Apr. 18 8934 Jan.
31
Feb. 28 4334 Oct.
Feb.
113
May 15 120

4
934 Nov. 19 1134 Nov. 29
11234 Nov. 7 11334 Nov. 21 11234
3334
""3"" Sale" ""434 ""434 ""234 "Nov .""4 '"434 Nov." 18
134
39
Sale
Nov. 19
3934 4034 3834 Nov. 1 41
2734
9
Nov. 27
11
Nov.
1
1031 Sale
934 Sale
834

934

4

...50

1034

June

134 Mar.

Sept.

41

6934 Sale

Jan.

36

June

6
1

1834 Nov. 29

734 Feb.
25

17

Nov. 19 10734 Nov. 27

634 Nov.
234 Nov.

Feb.
Oct.
May

1

39

Nov. 20

Nov. 26

Mar. 18

80

6

Nov. 19

% Nov. 25

15 33
Sept. 17
1 10334 Nov. 15
Jan. 29 108
Aug. 14
8534 Jan. 15 11134 Oct. 30
9034 Apr. 25 10434 Nov. 19
934 Feb. 28 1234 Nov. 20
234 Nov. 15
54 Mar. 4
4
Jan. 29
1234 Nov. 21

2734, Nov. 20

534 Nov. 21

4

7734 Nov. 27

Jan.
Feb.

19
70
89

2

434 Nov.

4

Nov. 21

3834
4534
534
634

Nov. 20
Nov. 6

Nov."l5 4034 Nov. 2i

40

8
6

Nov. 19

6

2034
4534
4234
334
534

2734 Nov. 20
6434 Nov. 1

13
106

"78""

"90

34 Jan.

4

Feb. 26

834 Nov. 25
434 Oct. 31
1234 May 6
734 Nov. 16
47
Sept. 16
734 Nov. 7
7334 Sept. 19
993S Nov. 6
3
Nov, 7
2534 Feb. 14
334 Nov. 4

233|Nov.

9
1134 Nov. 19

38

Nov. 30

234 Apr. 26
34

Nov. 21
Nov. 20

20

35 Jan.

7

1234 Apr.

66

2

1634 Nov. 29

35 Sale
1234 Sale

com

log

9
96

59

Sale

103

34 Sale

"r934 "15""
98

100

1734 Nov.

35 Nov,
1234 Nov.
834 Nov.

1
1

34 Nov 27
1234 Nov. 1

1

10

Nov. 20

H Mar. 19
1034 May 10
434 Mar. 20

Nov. 21 100

Nov. 13

83

Jan.

~9934~Nov.""I l0234"Nov.""I

1234

875 Providence Gas Co.........*
84,800 Prudential investors com...*
$4 preferred.............*
2,277

477

Sale

534

Nov.

^65-^Nov""7 "65" ""Nov." "7

"2914

Pond Creek Pocahontas Co.*
Potrero Sugar com..........5

Mill" Co

a

44

Feb.

434 Aug. 10

83
Mar,
Jan. 30 103
8
Jan.
8
Mar. 14 2734
534 Jan.
3 20
1834 May 23 4034

1234 Nov. 21

334 Nov. 4
534
2834 Nov. 29 2934
2634 Nov. 26 27
10434 Nov. 6 10634
Nov. 21

7

8

Nov. 26
Nov.
1
Nov.
6

9014

Pittsburgh Plate Glass com 25
Pleasant Valley Wine Co
1

36,500

700

22,700

1

334 Nov. 6
1934 Sale
1734 Nov. 4
41
42
a4034 Nov. 1
41
4134 3834 Nov. 13
3
334 Sale
Nov. 20

■-

52 jJ
21

50

157,100 Producers Royalty Corp

9

"■"334 "4"

10734

Powdrell Ac Alexander......*
Power Corp of Can com.....*
15,837 Pratt At Lambert .-.......*
61,610 Premier Gold Mining.......!
200 Prentice-Hall Inc..........*
3,850 Pressed Metals of Amer.....*

3,000

434
2834 Sale

~~7~H ""734 ""§34
3

4234
4134

Pittsburgh Forging* Co....*
Pitts Ac Lake Erie RR

4

Nov.

3

Jan.

56 Jan.
32

Nov. 18 111
Nov. 12
Nov. 15 10434 Nov. 19
Nov.
8
1234 Nov. 20
134 Nov. 4
234 Nov. 15

9

34 Jan.
2

Sale Prices

Nov. 27

12

434 Nov.

"1834 "1934 "1734 "!§""

'

16,320
22,320
136,650
2,000
2,050
126,000
12,800
1,425

MJg

534

.._...*

350 Pitts Bessemer Ac L E RR

"5,266

Jf

6634
234
1 34
24

19,300 Pierce Governor Co com....*
4,200 Pines Winterfront Co......5
236,870 Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd....l
168,100 Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*

40,000

134

"6434 Sale" "72"" Sale"

39

7fc pisf&rreJ
400

134

m

Sale

4434 Sale

Pie Bakeries lac csn..„...«

"

4",306

5

3 34

19 X
4

100

150 Phila Elec $5 div preferred..*
25 Phila Elec Power 8% pref. .25
173,500 Phoenix Securities common. 1
Conv preferred A........10
28,700

44,106

334 Sale

Nov. 14 7734
Nov. 9 83
Nov. 2 102
8
Nov. 2
Nov. 30 2734
Nov 20 20
Nov. 21 4034

Highest

•

Sale Prices

% Nov. 25

109
98

•

*

Pepperell Mfg Co

Sale

39

....»

18,900 Philadelphia Go

150

'M 'M

Nov. 12
Nov. 7
Nov. 4

3134 Nov. 15
102
Nov.
6 10334 Nov. 15
Nov.
2
10234 10334 Nov 14 105

Sale"

x4134 Sale

Sale Prices
4
Nov. 25
4
Nov. 19

Nov, 14

76

10

Pennsylvania Salt Mfg.....50
Pa Water Ac Power

Sale

10434

70.
«
34 '■

Perfect Circle com.........*
390 Pet Milk 7% pref
100

4,000

29

1834

"1J4

$7 preferred

29

16

6634

Pantepec Oil of Venesuela,.l
Paramount Motors Corp....*
Parke Davis Ac Co..........*
200 Parker Pen Co............10
88,450 Parker Rust-Proof com.....*
200 Patchogue Plymouth Mills..*
1,400 Pender (D) Grocery cl A....*
Class B^T...
*
1,600
2,450 Peninsula Telep Co com
*
'230
7% preferred.
.......100

3,180
1,575
20,100
14,630
3,450

350

1
134
834
934
434 Sale

j|

334 Sale

1st preferred......

ioiglof|

"1134 "12" "l2~~ "1234

634

"

334

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

234
334
34
75
7634
10134
734
2034 Sale
2034
16
17
1534
3734 3934 3534

10534 102""
11034 Sale

80

is

334

105""

P

Lowest

Ask

29J4 Sale

"10

Pacific Tin special stock....*
Pan Amer Airways com....10

$5 preferred..............*
4,300 Pa Gas Ac Elec class A......*
245 Pa Pow & Lt $6 pref........*

Sale

1734 Sale
3834 Sale

3

Pacific Pub Serv non-vot com*

200

734

22

2,300 Penn Mex Fuel common.
1
835,000 Pennroad Corp com vtc
...l
:
1,225 Pa Cent Lt Sc Pr $2.80 pref..*

242.800

i62"" Sale"
7

6,825 Ohio Brass class B..........*
2,200 Ohio Edison 16 preferred...*
29,915 Ohio Oil 6% pref
..100
3,160 Ohio Power 6% preferred.100
L
240 Ohio Pub Serr 7% 1st pref 100
10,200 Oilstocks Ltd common......5
22,500 Outboard Motors cl B com..*
Class A con* pref........*
.13,800
.*
19,080 Overseas Securities Co

13,650
26,900
21,597
80,750
776,200
3,000
89,600

6,000

2,900
6.300

21
2034
4534

30 PacificP & L 7% pref..._.l(H

10

4,500
3,800
5,150
15,350
62,800

Sale

_

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

234 Sale
334 =334

102,700 Pacific Eastern Corp......_l
99,800 Pacific G.St E 6% 1st pref..25
10,600
5H% 1st preferred......25
17,155 Pacific Ltd Corp |6 pref... *

25,200
10,000
1,600
2,305

Nov. 1

Bid

Pat

-

1

to

Nov.30 1935
STOCKS (Continued)
Nor Amer Util Sec com

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July I 1933

.

CUEB EXCHANGE,

'
21,700
16,900 North Cent Texas OUL.....5
100,000 North European Oil com„„__l
715 Nor Ind Pub Ser 4% pre*
ISO
570
7% preferred
100
3,105 Northern N Y Util 7% pfd.100
i
10,100 Northern Pipe Line.......10
153,400 Nor States Power com A..100
51,700 Northwest Engl neering
128,300 Notadel Aftene Corp........*

3,400

,

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

In

75
90

Mar. 25 77
Apr. 11
Apr. 26 10234 Nov. 1

98

8

1934 Aug. 23
13fc Feb.

1234 Sept.
10

11 100

1
9

Nov. 20

Sept.

9

Public Service of Colorado—

40
170

20
840
520
350
250

6% 1st preferred.......100
7% 1st preferred.......100

8

900

24,420
53,865 Puget Sound P Ac L $6 pf....*
$5 preferred...
31,720
.....*
125 Pyle National Co common. .5
43,475 Pyrene Mfg.........
10
......

125

3,800

2,515 Quaker Oats com...........*
4% preferred.
1,020
.100
50 Quebec Power Co.._.„.._..«

640
40

.........

"~3~666
4,900

Class B common..

10,000

200
175
200

400
850

23,800
17,500
82,100
42,800
155,600
7,900
21,100
17,100
200

8,200

3,000
24,700
2,900
1,200

4,700

50
100

mm?
•106
•
111
13

60

$3

136
141

8

Sale
145

14

13934 Sale
138

1534
Sale

$1.20

conv

56*




1
8

5234 Nov. 20

1
1

97

Noo. 19
Nov. 12

4

Nov. 16

92

6

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 20

4

2134
4934
934
634

Nov. 7
Nov. 7
Nov. 25
Nov. 20

Nov.

1 14134 Nov. 23
Nov. 23 141
Nov.
6

1634 Nov. 30

18

34"Nov."~2
35 Nov.

41

Sale
Sale

1034
354
334
134 Sale
10
1034

M6i

734
35 Sale
.1134 Sale
334
4

11H
""§'34 "334

'

Nov.

8

%"Nov "25

8

34 Nov. 26

Nov. 25

7
8

'90
6

""634 Sale"
•

234
834
34
39

25

234

8

5

Jan.
Jan.

2
11

36
15

Nov.
Imov.

1

8

5334 Nov. 26
7 52^4 Nov. 20
4 102
July 29

1734 Feb. 20
16

Feb.

8

Nov. 27

654 Nov.
35 Nov.
1034 Nov.
354 Nov.
134 Nov
10
Nov,
34 Nov.
3
Nov.

20
4
15
9

27
19
4
25

1^4
334
1034
34

n% 12%

7534
834

76
934

"~8~~ "16""

Feb. 23

1

81

May

1

92
97

Nov. 19
Nor. 12

34 Feb. 4
634 Mar. 18
13
9

Mar. 19

Nov. 20

234 Jan.
127

14

4
Nov. 16
7
4934 Nov. 7
934 Nov. 25
734 Sept. 11

2134 Nov.

Jan.

23 14134 Nov. 23
13234 Feb. 14 147
July 23
013
Oct. 11 al3
Oct. 11

634 Mar. 26
34 Jan. 24
& June 28
35 June 12

18

5

25
3
4

134 Nov. 2
1134 Nov. 22
Vs Nov. 21
334 Nov. 4

4
12

Nov. 22
Nov. 22

3& Nov. 27

8334 Nov. 7
834 Nov. 18

41

•

Mar. 29

,134 Apr. 11
134 Aug.

9

Aug. 16

34 Feb.

5
2334 Aug. 24
1534 May 15
Jan.

4

334 Apr.

2

41

Jan.
3
Jan. 14
Oct. 30
Nov. 19

4334 Oct. 14
8
Oct. 22
25
34 May 17
2
Oct; 21
14 12
4
Nov. 20
5
134 Jan.
3
26
2
6 1234 Jan.
134 Aug. 21
15
22
434 Oct. 8
Oct. 14
5 103

10334 Nov. 13 *105

8

8

Nov. 27

434 Feb.
>uApr.
43$ Mar.
2
Apr.
34 Apr.
9
July
34 July
234 Aug.
85
Apr.

6

Nov.

34 Jan. 23
% Nov. 25
34 Nov. 26

334 Aug. 16

" Sale" "§934 "42" "39"""Nov.""i "443i"Nov."l6
7634 Nov. 2
834 Nov. 18

83

Nov.

1034 Oct.
1
34 Feb. 26
34 Feb. 26

Nov. 8
Nov. 19
4134 Nov 19
734 Nov. 26
34 Nov. 1
12
Nov. 19
4
Nov 20

10334 Nov. 13 10334 Nov. 13
6Nov.
1
.634 Nov. 1
134 Nov. 6
234 Nov. 29

23l Nov. 7
1034 Nov. 19
35 Nov. 15

31

87

Nov. 25

3
4

.

'¥ si

Jan.

2234 Nov. 25

5

65

..1

.*

Nov.
1
Nov 12

1334 Nov.
234 Nov.
34 Nov.

34

Royalite OH Co Ltd........*
Royal Typewriter com......*
Russeks Fifth Ave Inc

136
138

*>5

4

""734 Sale" ""7

preferred.....20

.......100

Nov.

1634

1634 Sale

41

RosBia lnternat Corp ......*

Ruberold Co

142

1334

10B

....5

Root Petroleum Co com

Nov.

15

5334 Nov. 26

534 Nov,

35 Sale

234

Richmond Radiat

6H% 1st preferred.....100
Rogers Majestic Corp cl A..*

16

39
9

"534 ""534 "~6~" Sale"

A

Call* pref..25

Roosevelt Field Inc

4534 Sale

.»

com new.l
Rochester G Ac E 6% pref. 100
Rochester Telephone Corp—

36

Nov. - 7
Nov. 9

"""

pref............_.*

Richfield Oil of

see page

1,800

conv

Sale

"""34 """34

Reybarn Co.. Inc.........10
Reynolds Invest com .......1
Rice Stlx Dry Goods Co.....*

100

"IT,500

87
97

Sale

39

Reiter Foster Oil Corp......*
Reliable Stores com........*

For footnotes

.

13.200
1,700
2,100
,

87

17

Common................*

1,800
22,100
37,100
5,000
13,800
1,700
51,100
19,253
7,600

7,800

50

Nov. 27
Nov. .1

34 Nov.

625 Reed Roller Bit Co com...,..*
Reeves (Daniel) com........*

300

52

77

"16"" Sale' "1734 Sale"

.

9,100
6,800

55

51

81

1,800 Raytheon Mfg. v t c .....50c
8.400 Red Bank Oil Co.......
*

5,000

55

"5l"" "55""

7834 Apr.

54

Raymond Concrete Pile—

.

51

:?*■

55

12

Sale

51

10,525 Railway Ac Light Securities.*
1,330 Rys Ac Util Invest cl A com..l
7,700 Rainbow Luminous Prod A.*

1,300

i

12

Public Util Securities—
$7 part preferred.........*

'

9,075
4,925

30

3434 Sale

28
•38

Public Service of Oklahoma—
6% prior lien pref
100
60
7% prior lien pref
100

10

-V

5

45

45

"9934 Sale"

90

2,020 Public Serv of Ind pr pref..*
$4 preferred..............*
1,370
3,800 Public Service of Nor III....*
Com $60 par stock.....60
3,150
400
4% preferred..........100
125
7% preferred
100

Mar. 22

934 Jan. 22
234 Nov. 29
434 Sept. 23
12

Nov. 22

34
2634
4434
8334

May 20
Nov. 16
Nov. 7

9

Apr. 15

Oct.

30

' v

50

NEW

YOKE CURB EXCHANGE
——

SALES

AGGREGATE

November
Shares

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

7,075 Safety Car Heating St Ltj.10#
.1
30,400 St Anthony Gold Mining
100 St Lawrence Corp Ltd com..*
354,500 St Regie Paper Co......... 10
7% preferred......—..100
10,950

2,350
y

2,300

y

103,366
2,840
1,800
6,700
2,400
1,400

13,100
68,110
10,900
16,200
7,700

500

1,700

&

,15,200

y

y:">:&75

■

"

;; r.25
1,000

23,400
7,900
72,200
12,000
3,650
141,700
23,850
48,855

600

14,900
5,500

V
;

-

/

250

15,500
5,850

7,900

;

5,200
23,500
34,800
85,000
12,340
23,300
28,300
99,005
6,200

600

10,100
3,600
;

•

;

; Nov. l

4

%

27,200
1,700
8,600
11,700
8,450
750

Salt Creek Consol Oil..

Sale
% Sale

y^i':

Sale

40

54
6K

>

Sale
Sale

"29"" "3054
% Sale

1)4 Nov, 15

354 Nov. 27
54 Mar. 6

Nov. 21

60)4 Mar. 29

%

Nov,

1

85

54

Sale

el Sal*
154

28% 80%

"VA

Nov.

4

39)4 Nov. 7
54 Nov. 15
654 Nov. 26
Nov. 23

1

29)4 Nov. 2
56 Nov. 16

2)4 Sale
49
Sale
154 Sale

47 X
1)4

"2

254
48)4
1)4 Sale
1M
2

47

"2)4 Sale"

...1

38

79)4 Sale
80)4 Sale

3754

2)4 Sale

84"* Sale

Selfridge Pror Stores, Ltd—
American dep rets
£1

"X Sale"

Sentry Safety Control....- 1

Sale

354 Sale;
14)4
54

Shenandoah Corp common.!
$3 Cony pref....
25

)4
654

"""54

"i>4 "Vx ~"l H Sale
25
121 %

12
»

3254

«

7
454 Sale

90)4

40
2554 38
Sale
Sale 124
10754 Sale

*

5

Singer Mfg Co...........100
Singer Mfg Ltd...... ......£1
Am dep rets ord reg sh« ...
3,500
100 Sioux City G & E 7% pref. 100

119

300

V

,

,

50

Smith (A O) Corp com......*
500 Smith (Howard) Paper Mills *
Smith (L C) St Corona
13,600
Typewriter v t c
.....*

5,100
37,400
101,400

170,000 Sonotone Corp..
........1
..--1
598,800 So Amer Gold St Plat
9,000 Sou Calif Edison pref A....25
Preferred B
25
49,100
5 M% pref class C.....
61,000
25
3,675
5% original pref........25
7,100 Southern Colo Pow d A. .25

""5,366
.200

48,900

34,000
60

V

400

"8,666
12,300
400

5,900
.y200
4,000
,3,600

"2",500
1,725
100

Nov.

9

254 Nov. 21
79)4 Nov. 1
80)4 Nov. 1
2)4 Nov. 4
Ma Nov.
2
6)4 Nov. 22
354 Nov. 1
2054 Nov. 8
1)4 Nov. 6
2454 Nov. 4

7
1)4
3054
54

Nov.

7
2

37
3

Nov. 25
Nov.
8

30

Nov.

2)4 Nov.
86

Nov.

9

I

325

200

34,700
8,200
9,000

4 """700

«

9

85)4 Nov. 12

700

"""866
23,600
4,300
1,300
300

45,400
103,200

....*
130,500 8tuts Motor Car Co
20,300 Sullivan Machinery Co.....*
._*
9,049 Sun Investing Co com
$3 conv pref
...»
3,200
.....5
272,000 Sunray Oil.
.10c
1.079,000 Sunshine Mining Co

Nov.

454
22)4
2)4
42)4
128)4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

29
18
21
25
21

106)4 Nov. 26 109

Nov.

7

Nov."l6
Nov.22

121

Nov.

4

MOO
29,600
2,050
5,700

18,900
1,400
45,200
31,000
39,400
250

600

48,200

4,500 Swan-Pinch Oil Corp .....15
.15
302,200 Swift International..
10,300 iwlss-Amerlcan Blec pref.100
......1
71,200 Swiss Oil Corp
150 Syracuse Ltg 6% pref
100
35,400
35,000
80,000
626,600
281,600
1,150
3,100
247,700

500

805
85,400
15,100
2,575

81,500

152,800

150

9,300
4,350

2654

Sale

Sale

1

50)4 Nov.

8

17)4 Nov. 25
254 Nov. 20
4)4 Nov. 4

23)4 Nov.

15X

2754 Sale
46

49

)4 Sale

1

4254 Sale"
3654 Sale
2)4
3)4
56
X

70c
"3

wm

34

23

•

lM

Sale

27

44)4 Nov. 12

53

30

Sale

40

2954 Nov. 29

""56"Nov."i5
33

"

1,250
20
y

:

10
800

v

3,000
53,300
14,100

120

108

""3)4

Sale
16)4 Sale
1

2

16

4)4 Nov. 18
13)4 Nov. 27
27

Sale

46

49

254 Sale
17 54 Sale

31)4 Sale

91

95

Sale

a

108
120
154

354 Sale
21

Sale

1

Nov.

1

154 Nov.
1)4 Nov.

1
1

5,900

"§54 "1654
46
50
254 Sale

25




100

2

y

8
8
Nov. 13

22

)4 Nov.

4

2

"2^

54

Sale

3

Sale

2)4 Nov. 29
354 Nov. 6
21

"i6""Nov."7

22

1

.

Nov.

1

9

5

48

Nov.
Nov.

1
9

2)4 Nov. 13
17
3

"3254 Sale"

454
35)4
3 )4
1954
4)4

Sale
35)4
Sale
Sale
Sale

354 Sale

"654 Sale' "5)4 "6"
44

49

20

4)4
29
—

«m mm

m.

21^
5)4
2954

Sale

18)4
4)4
32

20)4
454
3454

Nov.

6

Nov. 13
IX Nov. 4
1454 Nov. 25

65?

Nov. 14

48)4 Nov. 19

Nov.

9

25?

Nov.

1

2154 Nov. 29

)i Nov." 13 "6""Nov."i8

29)4 Nov. 13
46)4 Nov. 6
254 Nov. 6

33)4 Nov. 21
55)4 Nov. 22
3
Nov. 23

4

"^54

54 Sale
4)4 Sale

If
2

16

103)4

Nov.
Nov.

54 Nov.

1

2
6

454 Nov. 29

38)1
20

Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

15

128)1

Jan.

8
Jan. 15
Mar. 28 301

8
235

2)4 Feb. 13
74)4 Oct. 15

15

July 30

3)4 Aug.

6

Nov. 22

77
72

Apr. 24

2)4

1

Nov. 20
Nov. 6

Nov. 21
Nov. 21
Nov. 16

2

24

12)4 Jan. 22

Feb,
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19
4

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3

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9
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18
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8

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54
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8

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27

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4

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7

44

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40

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22
16

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54 Jan. 15
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17
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32
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24

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Oct.
Mar.
Mar .
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2
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8 107
2)4 Nov. 29
2)4 Nov. 29
4
Apr. 18
Oct. 18
Nov. 6
10)4 June 18 21
2
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9
1)4 May 25
Nov. 13
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3)4 Feb. 16
54 Sept. 6
10
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19
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6
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58)4 Feb. 21
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9 100

31
14

2

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Feb.

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54
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54
1154
354
48
56
2)4

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Mar.
July
Jan.
Jan.

1
12
16
18
29

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July
Oct.

10
8

44

6

454 Nov. 29
4
354 Nov. 27
27
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4
454 Mar. 4
76)4 July 11
5i Jan. 28
454 May
3
38X Nov.

Nov. 20
Jan.
4
Nov. 21
Nov. 21
4)4 Nov. 16

75
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7 104
5
Mar. 14
6)4
22 X May
7 6954
7054
60
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1)4 Feb. 11

8

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July

12
May 16
2354 Nov. 6
11
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Aug. 13
8 ; 5
4)4 Aug. 14
24
Nov. 13
2 22
X June 11
10
1
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3
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7
19 50 X July 19
6 14 54 July 26

83

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Apr. 22

754 Mar. 18

68

454 Nov. 12
2)4 Nov. 8

Nov. 29

11)4 Mar. 30

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4
4

9

% Sept. 19
54 Oct.
3

56 Apr.
4
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1
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15
19

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X Aug. 23

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5X Nov. 23
30
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3

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28)4 Jan.

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5
July
3
23)4 Jan. 31

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10)4 Sale

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29

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34

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1
4

1

54 Nov. 30
354 Nov. 29

56 Nov. 8
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3)4 Nov.
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454 Nov. 29

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2)4 Nov. 21
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3)4 Nov. 1
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6% Preferred

4

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68

18
51

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2)4 Sept. 20
X Jan. 10
3)4 Mar. 18
154 Jan. 19
1454 May
3
54 Apr.
9
1254 Mar. 27

.

18 X Sept

21

75

.....

Fgr footnotes see page 56.

Nov. 12

2)4 Nov.
254 Nov.

Nov.

154 Nov.

6

2

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1)4 Sale

45

Common
84,200
...1
Class A..................1
24,700
132,800 Tung Sol Lamp Wks com.. 1
14,900
$0c div preferred.........*

,; 5,200

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4

Am rets for ord. shs. reg£l
1,200 Trl-State Tel & Tel 6% pfd.10
...*
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Tubice Ghatillon Corp—

100

Sale

3754
38
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19)4 Sale

21

2,800

3,500

"HNov.26
34
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1
4)4 Nov. 18
13)4 Nov. 27
32
Nov.22
24
Nov. 19
12
Nov.
6

94

2)4 Sale

""254 "'2)4 "254 ""2)4
6

20*
37%

86

85)4 Nov. 12

29

89

Tobacco Prod Exports
...*
Tobacco 8ecur Trust Co Ltd

Nov. 25
354 Aug. 14
May 28
154 Oct. 31
2)4 Jan.
5
34
Apr. 17
2)4 Oct.
1

15

1

23)4 Nov.

""3)4 "~4)4

2%

Mar. 15

37)4 Nov.

1

Nov. 14

1254 Nov.

Sale

5

"2.10

Thermoid Co 7% pref.....100
TobaccoAc Allied Stocks.....*

Unexcelled Mfg Co Inc.....10
Union Amer Invest com....*

48

17

"12"" "i3)4 '12)4 "13)4 "i3y "nov'IB "i§)4"Nov."i4

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34*

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7
2

46)4 Mar

8

18)4 Nov. 13

154

1

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Oct.
Jan.

X Mar . 19

Nov.

1

""")4 Sale" ~"")4 Sale"
X
54
0^ Sale
^
3

12)4

Tenn El Pow 7% 1st pref_.100

17,900
4,200
16,100
1,800

X Nov. 1
)| Nov. 13
43

Nov.

1

2,100
Am dep rets def reg.....-58
3,500
7,850 Todd Shipyards Corp.......*
360 Toledo Edison t% pref..100
230
7% preferred A
....100
3,800 Tonopah Belmont Develop..1
14,000 Tonopah Mining of Nev....l
169,500 Trans-Lux Pict Screen com.l
65,800 Trl-Continental Corp Warr..
Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—

,900

Nov. 16

20

2X

Tenn Products Corp com... *
Texas Gulf Producing
*
Texon Oil & Land Co.

Nov. 13

11

2

Teck Hughes Gold Mines...*

Texas P & L

30 X Nov. 29
49
Nov. 25

21)4 Nov.

92

'IP

8

11)4
2054

Sale

"W

Nov.

2154

154 Sale
1)4 Sale

80

Nov. 29

454 Nov. 13

11

91 y

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Nov.

21)4
20)4

•

common

54 Mar. 15
1
28

1)4 Apr. 29

33^ 33H

1854 Sale

154

6
8
2)4 Nov. 16

H Nov. 14
56 Nov. 14

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_54 :^54
42

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21)4
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26)4 Nov.
38

Nov. 22 131

4)4 Nov.

49

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50

56 Nov. 22

Nov.
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10)4

1

Jan.

1

7)4 May 11
1)1 Nov. 7
33)4 Jan.
5
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36
Oct. 24
37

Nov. 14

5)4 Nov. 23

'28)4 "Nov." *4

130

Sale

3

27
23
22
29

27)4
2554
35)4
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34)4

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Nov. 21
54 Jan.
8
)4 May 9
3)i Nov. 21
56
Nov. 21

Mar. 26
54 Mar. 13

2

Xt Nov. 22

2554 Sale

""2H "T" ""2H "3)4

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Am dep rets ord reg sh»..£l

.

5

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Taggart Corp com
......*
Tampa Electric Co
*
Tastyeast Inc class A new..l
Technicolor Inc

77

IX May 17
85

43)4 Mar-15

27

1

200 Sutherland Paper Co_...,.10

"

,

17)4 20)4
2)4 Sale

"28"" Sale" "27)1 "27)4

H

100

1
4,000 Sterling Brewers inc
6,700 Stetson (John B) Co com...*
...5
1,700 Stinnes (Hugo) Corp
...»
3,800 Stroock (S) & Co Inc

m

;

2)4 Nov. 4
X Nov. 19
7

45)4 Nov.

26

,«a

100 Sterchi Bros Stores Inc.....*

1.325

1854
15)4
14H
•

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100

:

"

.

15,600
15,200

«

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Mar. 18

16

X June
8
19)4 Mar. 25

8 y

4

Sale

22 ;
Sale
2)4 Sale
454 Sale

&

8,210 Standard Invest |5H pref..*
215,100 Standard Oil (Kentucky)..10
,14,000 Standard Oil (Nebraska)...25
93,730 Standard Oil (Ohio) com .25
5% pref
..100
2,600
56,200 Standard Power & Lt com..*
Class B common
*
69,000
Preferred...
2,750
Standard Silver Lead
1
349,400
37,100 Starrett Corp com.... .....1
6% preferred
...10
53,800
i
1.400 Steel Co of Can Ltd ord.....*
*
10,800 Stein (A)& Co com
530
6H% pref..
100

1,650
19,400
1,600
22,100

25)?

1

4

48)4 Nov. 19
1)4 Nov. 1
2)4 Nov. 20

Mar. 15
Sept. 26
Mar. 27

Sale Prices
4
Nov. 25

12)4 Jan.

"

46

15)4

Southern Nat Gas Co com...*

150 South New Engl Telep Co. 100
5,100 Southern Pipe Line.......10
*
1*100 Southern Union Gas com
.5
61,900 Southland Royalty Co
........25
99,600 South Penn Oil
1,400 So West Pa Pine Lines.....50
Spanish St General Corp Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg ahs..£l
33,800
Am dep rets ord bear—1£
1,000
*
29,400 Square D Co class B com
Class A preferred
16,700
400 Stahl-Meyer Inc com
._..*
...*
9,100 Standard Brewing Co
5
6,450 Standard Cap St Seal com
300 Standard Dredging com....*

Jan.

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
33)4 Nov.

Mar. 14

1

1

12 H

V

900

,50
;

y

3)4

2

40

....

4,000
825

;

3.660

136,816

7,200

i

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3
9

17)4
56
5)4
54

Nov. 21

^54 Nov.

"76)4"No"v."22

654

Shattuck Denn Mining..—5

Shawinigan Water & Power.*

Nov. 25

2)4 Nov. 1
Nov. 6
1 )4 Nov* 12
154 Nov. 1

47)1

56

293" "Nov." "4 §61

3X

Seton Leather com.........*

Nov. 26

30

..*

$5.50 prior stock.........*
Allotment certificates.....

32

"§)i"Nov."2i

Simmons Boardman Pub Co—

450

)| Aug.

X Nov. 16

1

37^

[x

34

Segal Lock St Hardware com *
Selberllng Rubber com.....*

6% preferred AA ......100

Nov. 15

"% "'X

1

17*

Scranton-Sprlng Brook
Water Serv $6 pref
*
Securities Corp GenT.com..*
Seaman Bros common......*

Sherwin-Williams Co com..25

354 Nov. 27

77)4 Nov.

'"2)4 Sale" ""§54 Sal©"

l

17£

29

Selby Shoe Co com...
Selected Industries..

Sale Prices

)4 May

Savoy Oil Co...............5
Schiff Co eons........
..*
Schulte Real Estate com
*
Scoville Mfg Co

Highest

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices
4
Nov. 25

Sale Prices
1

77 X
u

1
10

Salt Creek Producers..

Ask
Sale

~"l~X Sale"

35

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

.

.

r

Nov.30 1935

STOCKS (Continued)
Par
1,500 Rustles* Iron & Steel Corp..*
12,700 Ryan Consol Petroleum
*

1,500
1,200

1

July 1 1933

Shares

In

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Lou> from

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

7
34

Jan.
7
Nov. 25
Nov. 12
Oct. 23

18 104
21 109

8
7

54 Apr. 29
1)4 Apr. 29

Apr. 11
X Mar. 18

454 Nov. 12

)6 Nov.
X Feb.
2

2)4 Sept. 11

1954 Nov.

16)4 July 19
10 X June
3
654 Oct. 18

11

3
Apr. 18
1054 July 18
3)4 Apr.
2

29

29

7

24

Jan.

16

9

8)4 Oct.
12

4

19)4 Mar. 13

26

16

Nov. 19
Nov. 25

48)^ Nov.

6

2)4 Mar.

8

Aug. 26
Jan.
2

8

Sept. 9
Oct. 23

103)4 June 26 103)4 June 26

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

Nov.30 1935

'

103,300
2,840
1,800
6,700
2,400
1,400
500

1,700
'

75

Scranton-Spring Brook
Water Serv $6 pref

.41,000
600

14,900
5,500
250

141,700
23,850
48,855

15,500
5,850
7,900

I '

27,200 ;
1,700
8,600
11,700
8,450

;

3,500
100

50

136,816
500

13,600
170,000

'

5,900
200

4,000

3,600

;

"2",500
1,725
100
50

.....*
100
Singer Mfg Ltd
..£1
Am dep rets ord reg sh*
Sioux City G & E 7% pref. 100
Smith (A O) Corp com- ....*
Smith (Howard) Paper Mills *
Smith (L C) A Corona
v
Typewriter r t c__
...»
Sonotone Corp
......I

325

15,600
15,200
200

34,700
8,200
9,000

,53,800
1,400
10,800

\

"""700

"'"800
23,600
4,300
1,300
300

45,400

103,200

*
100

""MOO

•

35,400
35,000
80,000
626,600
281,600
1,150
3,100
247,700

18.900
1,400
45,200
31,000
39,400
250

600
150

9,300
4.350

85,400

1

.V-

Taggart Corp

2,100
3,500
7.850

Technicolor Inc

"28"" Sale" "2754 "2754

is

85

1
1

254 Nov. 4
3954 Nov. 7
54 Nov. 15

Nov. 21

85

54 Nov. 16

654 Nov. 26 A7
1
Nov. 23
154
2954 Nov. 2 3054
54
*A$ Nov. 16
32
Nov. 26 3354
37
254
4754
154
154
30
254
7954
8054

Nov. 25
Nov. 1
Nov. 6
Nov. 12
Nov. 1
Nov. 9
Nov. 21
Nov.
1
Nov. 1

254 Nov. 4
fit Nov. 2
654 Nov. 22
354 Nov.
1
2054 Nov. 8
154 Nov. 6
2454 Nov. 4

15
26
27
16
18
8
1954 Mar. 25

Nov. 21

54 Nov.

37

1754 Mar.
At Sept.
554 Mar.
54 Jan.
2534 Mar.
54 June

1

Nov.

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
2
1
4

Mar. 26
54 Mar. 13
4354 Mar. 15
54 Mar. 15

27

Nov. 25
Nov.
8

3

4854 Nov. 19
154 Nov.
1
254 Nov. 20
30

Nov.

1

Nov.

48

9

"Mar. 15

4654 Mar. 15

8554 Nov. 12

254
54
354
154
1454
54
1254

254 Nov.

4
54 Nov. 19

7

Nov.

454
2254
254
4254
121
Nov. 4 12854
10654 Nov. 26 109

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

29
18
21
25
21

Nov.

7

2,100

100

Ar%

54
3354

*4

42
Sale

"2854"NO"V.""4
2654 Nov.

6

38

8

Nov.

254 Nov. 16

Nov.

86

7

Nov. 29

454 Nov. 13

Nov." 19
Nov.

8

654 Nov. 6
3054 Nov. 29
49

254 Jan,

40

At Nov. 14
Nov. 13

2954 Nov. 29

Nov. 25

2

Jan. 15
July 30

354 Aug.

Trunz Pork Stores Inc......*

154
54
2934
254
554
1054

Apr.
Aug.
Mar.
Aug.
July
Apr.

18

Jan.

54 Nov. 20

.54
154

54

VA

Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov. 19
Nov.
6

1

2054

1854 Nov. 13

2354 Nov.

92

94

91

95

254 Sale
2

Sale

154 Nov.
154 Nov.

1
1

Nov.

4

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At Nov.
54 Nov.
154 Nov.

54
3

A
Sale

12

6

Nov. 12

22

8
8

108

120

2

120
154
354 Sale

7
54 Nov. 25

354 Nov. 25

108

21

Sale

1

49

1754
1954
154 Sale

254 Sale
1754 Sale

2.10

46

50

254 Sale
21

3154 Sale

1954
3254

1654 Nov.

1
1

354 Nov.
21
Nov.

6
6

2

"5"" Sale" "554 ""654
46

"254"No"v."29 "254"N~ov."29
354 Nov.

Sale

Nov."~7

16
1

Nov.
1254 Nov.

654 Nov. 14
4854 Nov. 19
254 Nov.
1

Nov.

1

Nov.

9

254 Nov. 13
9

"354"No"v."i3

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154 Nov.

4
1454 Nov. 25

5

Nov.

Nov .13

t
9

48

17

22

2954 Nov. 13
4654 Nov. 6
254 Nov. 6

2154 Nov. 29
6

&

Sale

3754
38
254 Sale
1954 Sale
4
Sale

754

454
3554
354
1954
454

Sale
3554
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 18

3354 Nov. 21
5554 Nov. 22
3
Nov. 23

454 Nov. 29
3854 Nov. 4
354 Nov. 27

1754 Nov. 18

20

45

"7,54 """54
3
Sale

2$

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354 Sale

4

Nov.

1

68

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
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2

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240*

44

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49

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1

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6
354
19
15 104
654
554
22
44
6954
6
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27
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254 Nov. 1
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254

9854

75

Nov.

454 Nov.
71

103

11

8
2

Apr. 10
Oct.
3
Mar. 7
Mar. 19
Mar. 6
Jan.

8

254 Nov. 29
3

Oct.

18

1054 June 18
154 May 25
654 Jan. 15
54 Sept. 6

20

1854

454

5

29

18

5,900 Unexcelled Mfg Colnc__._.10
5,200 Union Amer Invest com....*
Union Elec Lt A Pow (111)—
.100

21*»
554

2954

1854
454
32

2054
454
3454

% Sept. 19
54 Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
354 Oct.
54 Jan.
3554 July
454 Nov.
44
40

17
32
24

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154 Sale

654
3

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454 Sale
2
254

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2554 Sale
1054 Sale

12
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2354 Nov. 6
9954 May 13
5
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22

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a

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Sale

1154

,

16

10354

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2

22

44

2

Mar

25

9

Nov. 13

16

Feb.

At July

254 Oct.

Sept. 13

6

Nov. 18

Feb.

60

Apr.
Feb.
May
Aug.

22
21
27
13

454 Nov. 29
3854 Nov. 4
354 Nov. 27
27

June

4

454 Mar. 4
7654 July 11
H Jan. 28
10
3
454 May
8
Nov. 20
7 104
6

Mar. 14

2254 May

June 11

19

3654
Oct. 31
5854
Feb. 14
354
Apr,
9 100

54 June
1
2254 Mar. 12
54 July 16
1154 Jan. 18
354 Jan. 29

75
5

Nov. 25

7

Mar. 11

154 Feb. 11

654 Jan.

4

6954 Nov. 21
7054 Nov. 21

454 Nov, 16
7

24

Jan.

5
July
3
2354 Jan. 31

7 :
34

Jan.
7
Nov. 25

68

83

Nov. 12
Nov, 4
4 108
54 Nov. 4
8
54 Nov. 8
54 Nov. 15
454 Nov. 12
354 Nov.
1
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154 Nov. 4
Nov.

1

554 Nov.
23
Nov.
854 Nov.

4
8
9

254 Nov. 18

"25" "29"" '2554 "28~"

Jan.

354 Feb.

2754 Sept. 12

30

At Nov.

4554 Nov. 16

2

Nov. 13

54 June 11
Apr. 10
354 Apr. 10
5054 July 19
14 H July 26
107
Feb.
2
254 Nov. 29
4
Apr. 18
21
Nov.
6
1

1554 Sept. 18

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1954 Nov.

8

"654
27

Oct. 31
Nov. 22
Nov. 19

1954 Apr. 30

1954 Nov.

1954 Sale

1154
"754
,

"""!£ Sale"

31
15
24
18

654 Nov. 14
4854 Nov. 19
254 Oct. 28

108

IZ

3
22
16

8

10

10354 Nov. 20 104

61
5854

Nov. 29

Sept. 10
Apr. 22
654 July 11
3054 Nov. 29
5254 Feb.
7
1

254 Mar. 27
40
Mar. 29
54 Apr. 24
1054 Jan. 15
18 X Sept 10
254 Mar. 9

48

Nov. 16

Oct.

54
54
54
4254
954

Nov. 20

29
20
6
21
21

2

54 Apr. 24

89
Nov.
1
35
Nov. 27
254 Nov. 6

3

Mar.

1

"12"" "1354 "1254 "1354 "l3"""Nov."l5 "l354~Nov."l4
,

Feb.

8

54 Nov.

29
26
30
24
24
3

754 Mar. 18
1154 Mar. 30
91

Nov. 13

254 Nov.
254 Nov.

2
4

2

1

4 54 Nov. 18
1354 Nov. 27

2154 Nov.

1

At Apr.
4
54 June 20
29

21 54
1154
2 0 54

Nov.

24 131
6

Jan.
9
Oct.
1
Jan.
3
Mar. 28
Nov. 12

1

32
24

Nov. 14

54 Aug. 23

Jan.

354
54
454
2154
4454

3754 Nov,

1

11

At Nov. 22
104

May
1
May 29

Nov.

2 1 54
11

7

Jan.

1

17

27

Sale

.

354
2054
1734
1554
2854

8

At Nov. 15

20

21$
54

i

6

Nov. 22
Apr. 24

77
72

2454 Oct. 26
354 Oct. 22
554 Nov. 23
30
June
5
2854 Oct. 15
2654 Oct. 19
39 54 July 26
454 Aug. 9

1

Nov.

43

89

Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—
Am rets for ord. aha. reg£l

15

1254 Jan. 22

54 Nov. 1
54 Nov. 13

54 Nov. 14

34

2154 Sale
1154
1154
1854 Sale
91
Sale
154 Sale
154 Sale

5

tt

9

8554 Nov. 12

Feb. 19
Apr.
4
Apr. 10
Jan.
3
Jan.
3
Jan.
4
Jan.
7

At Nov. 22

Nov. 22 131

454 Nov.

Nov. 16
4 54 Nov. 18
13 >4 Nov. 27

""354 ""454

•

37
Nov. 25
354 Aug. 14
50
May 28
154 Oct. 31
254 Jan.
5
34
Apr. 17
254 Oct.
1

Secur Trust Co Ltd

6% Preferred




27
23
22
29

"27" Sale" "3I"" Sale"

afl
3m

Am dep rets ord reg she._£l

For footnotes see page 50.

27 M Nov.
2554 Nov.
3554 Nov.
254 Nov.

:

554 Nov. 23

33

1254
16
1
Sale

*

Jan.

6

Nov. 14

3

54
3354

1

Tublze Chatillon Corp—
Common
1
84,200
Class A
...............1
24,700
1
132,800 Tung Sol Lamp Wks com
80c div preferred
14,900
*

3,500

2

At Sale

30

354 Sale
1654 Sale

Texas Gulf Producing

1,200 Trl-State Tel A Tel 6% pfd.10

^

53

40

34

169,500 Trans-Lux Pict Screen com.l
65,800 Trl-Contlnental Corp Warr_.

2,800

2354 Nov.

27

mm

J

7% preferred A...
.100
3,800 Tonopah Belmont Develop..1
1
14,000 Tonopah Mining of Nov

•;

1754 Nov. 25
254 Nov. 20
454 Nov. 4

4454 Nov. 12

3654 Sale

32

230

1

1

2954 Sale

54 Sale

*

10

800

254 Feb. 13
7454 Oct. 15

49

49

"4254 "Sale"

1

•

1

754 May 11
154 Nov. 7
3354 Jan.
5
54 Sept. 11
36
Oct. 24

Jan.

29

46

Ji
8

•»

Nov. 21
Jan.
4

56

8
15
Mar. 28 301

8
235

8

2754 Sale

3

80
2J4

Nov. 21
54 Jan.
8
54 May
9
354 Nov. 21

54 Nov. 19
7 0 May 17
454 Nov. 29
22H Nov. 18
254 Nov. 21
4254 Nov. 25
84
Jan. 15 128J4 Nov. 21
10654 Nov. 26 11354 Mar. 12

5054 Ifov.

"654 Sale" "654 ""654 ~6

1154
7654

•

Sept. 20
10
18
19
3
9
27

Nov. 25

154 May 17

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
May
Apr.
Mar.

77 """NOV."2 2

w

23
s
54
'in
1054
13 X

'^"••7

7

Jan.
2
54 Mar. 19

8

86

Oct.

23

9

254 Nov.

Mar. 14

1

354 Nov. 21
56

At Nov. 22

..10

20

1,250

1.

6054 Mar. 29
54 Aug.
3
54 May
9

7754 Nov.
'At Nov.

130

154

Tenn Products Corp com...*

Tobacco Prod Exports

"2% "354

"'254

nt%X

Teck Hughes Gold Mines
*
Tenn El Pow 7% 1st pref__100

Texon Oil A Land Co.

2554 Sale

2654 Sale

,J

...

common

Sale

5

54 Sale

.*
*
Tastyeast Inc class A new__l
com

1754 2054
254 Sale

Sale

254 Sale
454 Sale

15S

Am dep rets def reg
...5s
Todd Shipyards Corp
*
360 Toledo Edison 0% pref.-lOO

"

17,900
4,200
16,100
1,800

4

Nov. 25

154 Nov. 15

\

1254 Jan. 24
22

3454

Tampa Electric Co

Tobacco
.

3,000
53,300
14,100

354 Nov. 27
54 Mar. 6

4554 Nov.

""454 ""454 "454 ""5"
t

..100
15,100 Thermoid Co 7% pref
*
2,575 TobaccoA Allied Stocks..

152,800

81,500

4

Nov. 15

1

54 Sale

*
805 Texas PAL 7% pref......100

48,200

354 Nov. 27

"7654"No"v."22

100

4,500 Swan-Finch OH Corp .....15
....15
302,200 Swift International.
10,300 Swiss-American Elec pref.100
1
71,200 Swiss Oil Corp
150 Syracuse Ltg 6% pref.**.. 100

29,600
2,050
5,700

4

"46"" Sale"

154
1854
1/
15 X
"1454
"26
•
H

._*

Bros Stores Inc

200 Sutherland Paper Co

900

354

354

1
4,000 Sterling Brewers Inc
*
6,700 Stetson (John B) Co com
...5
1,700 Stinnes (Hugo) Corp
3,800 Stroock (S) A Co Inc......*
130,500 Stutx Motor Car Co—.....*
*
20,300 Sullivan Machinery Co
9,049 Sun Investing Co com......*
$3conv pref....
3,200
5
272,000 Sunray Oil
.10c
1,079,000 Sunshine Mining Co

700

Highest
Sale Prices

293" ""Nov." "4 36I"""Nov."l6

1554
12 H

*

100 Sterchi

"""166

500

40
25
2554 38
Sale
12154 Sale 124
10754 Sale

2

...10

6% preferred
Steel Co of Can Ltd ord

Stein (A) A Co com.
6 54 % pref
530

1.325

454 Sale

40

...

1,650
19,400
1,600
22,100

„

119

Preferred
...__..*
900
8,210 Standard Invest $554 pref..*
10
215,100 Standard Oil (Kentucky)
14,000 Standard Oil (Nebraska)...25
93.730 Standard Oil (Ohio) com..25
5% pref
100
2,600
56,200 Standard Power & Lt com..*
Class B common
._*
69,000
Preferred....
2,750
1
349,400 Standard Silver Lead
37,100 Starrett Corp com.... .....1

j,

Sale

""154 "~154 "154 Sale"

9054

...

400

"

5

1,100 Southern Union Gas com...*
5
61,900 Southland Royalty Co
25
99,600 South Penn Oil
50
1,400 So West Pa Pine Lines
Spanish A/General Corp Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs..£l
33.800
Am dep rets ord bear—1£
1,000
29,400 Square D Co class B com....*
Class A preferred
.1.
*
16,700
400 Stahl-Meyer Inc com...
*
Standard Brewing Co
_..*
9,100
5
6.450 Standard Cap A Seal com
300 Standard Dredging com....*

:

12,300

84

354 Sale

3254

Southern Nat Gas Co com—*
150 South New Engl Telep Co. 100
5,100 Southern Pipe Line.......10

400

,

"78 "7^
654
7

654 Sale

12*
"

»

""254 Sale"

48,900
••-v:.'-

"8",666

4854
154 Sale
154
2

254 Sale
7954 Sale
8054 Sale

111

^

-

47

4754 49
154 Sale
1% Sale

"r"54 Sale"

100

6% preferred AA

_--l
598,800 So Amer Gold A Plat
25
;:fv : 9,000 Sou Calif Edison pref A
Preferred B
...25
49,100
"s", 300
5Vi% pref class C
25
61,000
4,000
825
3,675
5% original pref....
25
200
7,100 Southern Colo Pow cl A. .25

50

""254 Sale" ""2" ""254

38

Cony preferred
300
3,660 Singer Mfg Co

"""450

34,000

Lowest

Sale Prices

Simmons Boardman Pub Co—

v

5,100
37,400
101,400

H Sale

37 54

85,000 Shattuck Denn Mining.....5
12,340 Shawinigan Water A Power.*
23,300 Shenandoah Corp common. 1
$3 Cony pref.... ........25
28,300
99,005 Sherwin-Williams Co com..25

7,200

Sale

%
54
654 Sale
1
154
2854 3054

~29~" "3054

34*
-i*
"8

\

Seton Leather com..._.....*

6,200

354 Sale
54

Sale

54 Sale
6X Sale

Selfridge Pro? Stores, Ltd—
American dep rets
£1
Sentry Safety Control-...- 1

750

"""5i 7'" 54

254 Sale

17*

$5.50 prior stock.........*
Allotment certificates

5,200
23,500

t

Sale

I'll 1 &

27

Selected Industries........1

34,800

600 ,<

10,100
3,600

7754 Sale
% Sale

40

Highest
Sale Prices

'

...*
23,400 Securities Corp Gen'l com..*
*
7,900 Seeman Bros common
72,200 Segal Lock A Hardware com *
Wiv 12,000 Selberling Rubber com
*
......*
3,650 Selby Shoe Co com

25

"IX Sale"

85%
h
>

.

Ask

Ask Bid
4

z'i

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Bid

STOCKS

7,075 Safety Car Heating A Ltg.100
.1
30,400 St Anthony Gold Mining
100 St Lawrence Corp Ltd com..*
354,500 St Regis Paper Co..
..10
10,950
7% preferred
,.100
1
13,100 Salt Creek Consol Oil
10
68,110 Salt Creek Producers
10,900 Saroy Oil Co...............5
*
16,200 Schlff Co com..........
*
7,700 Schulte Real Estate com
25
15,200 Scoville Mfg Co

2,350
2,300

1

July 1 1933

CContinued)
Par
1,500 Rustless Iron & Steel Corp..*
12,700 Ryan Consol Petroleum
*

1,500
1,200

;

range since jan.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

sales

aggregate

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

NEW

50

26

Nov. 22

Jan.

18 104
21 109

8
7
2
Apr. 11
54 Mar. 18
1654 Julyo 19
1054 June
3
654 Oct. 18

8

3
Apr. 18
1054 July 18
354 Apr.
2
29
Jan. 16

8
Nov. 22

254 Mar. 6
1954 Mar. 13

754 Nov. 18
29

Nov. 19

12

Nov. 25

4854 Nov.
3
26

Jan.

At Nov.
54 Feb.

Nov.

Nov. 12
Oct. 23

54 Apr. 29
154 Apr. 29
454 Nov. 12
254 Sept. 11
1954 Nov.
11
9

854 Oct.
29
12

26

16

Nov. 19
Nov. 25

4854 Nov.
4

8

Aug. 26
2

Jan.

8

Sept. 9
Oct. 23

10354 June 26 10354 June 26

>

Due.; 1935]
aggregate
In

NEW

sales

Shares

Jan.

1

Nov. 1

Nov.30 1935

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask

Union Tobacco Co common.*
50 Union Traction Co
50

15,600
22,100

7#

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale

4

7H Nov.

3!

3#

5#

1

9X Nov. 14

""#'Novr
«

United Aircraft Be Tranap—
Warrants

United Carr Fastener

1

Sale Prices

■

28,800

2,100

SINCE JAN.

RANGE

to

STOCKS (Concluded.)
Par
36,000 Union Gas of Canada
200 Union Oil Call# debt rl0hte..

t.955

51

July 1 1933

Shares

4.100

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

CURB

YORK

7

""#«"N"o'v."20

8# Nov.

7

9# Nov. 20

6*

8# Sale

9X

*

com

May 24

x June 13
# Jan. 16
4June
6

3# Mar. 22
14# Jan. 11

9# Nov. 14
# June 13
# Jan.
2
5
Apr. 24
10

Oct. 21
Aug. 13

20

United Chemicals Inc—
A

300

5,900
Common
.......
3,600
J3 cum partlc pref
*
110,900 United Corp warrants
45,800 United Dry Docks com..
*
768,600 United Founders com...... 1
1,192,375 United Gas common
1
186,500
17 preferred
*
165,700
Warrants

5,800
98,400
111,100
14,700
17,900

Sale

150
25

400

$3 preferred

IX

,

78X

Sale

# Sale
2^
4#
19#

Sale
Sale
Sale

'""#"N"ov."i§

Mar. 14

Apr.

5

IX Nov.

Mar.

9

X NOV.

7
6
Nov. 29
Nov. 20
% Nov. 26
83
Nov.
2

Nov.

% Nov.

Sale

3

Sale

36,600
Common class B
....*
463,900
16 cony 1st pref
•
1,258 United Milk Products com..*

7X Nov. 25

39
Sale

Sale
Sale

970 United G Ac R
7% pref... 100
533,400 United Lt Ac Power com A—.*

98,600
2,900
105,700

6X Nov. 14

37u

Sale

....

120

6

7#

39$

v

37,766

"2X

Sale

3
78

2X Nov. 13
4

22# Sale

Nov.

7

19# Nov.
4

1
Nov. 21

.

4#
82#
X
85
3#
4#
25#
4#

Mar.

35

Mar. 6
# Mar. 11

54

Jan .
2
X Mar; 13

m

%

Jan. 23

1# Aug. 19
4# Sept. 6
84
Sept. 27
% Aug. 19
85

Nov.

,

Feb.

1

19

11

Aug. 8
1# Aug. 22

18

9
Mar. 14

_

~

39# Nov. 14

...*

Apr.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 21
Nov. 8
Nov. 14

7# July
40

7

3# Aug. 17
7

Jan.

9

Jan.

15

12
21
13
14

5# Jan.

3# Mar. 14
3

29

Aug.
25# Nov.
4# July
39# Nov.

24

United Molasses Co Ltd—

5,800

50,400

~5", 200

27,900

400

800

4,350
730

39,675
3,550
J
200
3,900
135,900
7,800
3,700

""466
61,500
200

2,100
50

100

64,300
11,700
6,300
7,700

300,000
51,800
30,800
12,800
6,550
11,300
7,155

v:

AH

550

9,700
4,830

Unit Profit

Sharing

....10

"'"966

U S Elec Pow

com w

U S Finishing common

Sale

100

18# Sale
1#
1H
72
73
#> Sale

•

USA Internat Sec com....*
1st preferred with warr
♦
U S Lines Inc pref
U S Playing Card com

39

.....1*

35

38

18

10

Sale

U S Radiator common......*

7% preferred

100

%

#
2%
2%

com rtc *
United Verde Rxteneion..50c

United Wall Paper.......
2
Universal Consol Oil C0...IO
Universal Tasurance

15#

.....8

21,925 Utah Power Be Light pref...*
300 Utah Radio Prod

1

3

*

25

""

5

Sale
Sale
Sale

16
3H
Sale
■*
X

18#
1U

77

Sale"
9

81X

J*

35
36
4# Sale
30
Sale

X
IX
X Sale
3

Sale

3X Sale
17

Sale

*

600

75
a

2#
1H
13#

4

Sale

75

76

1

Sale
Sale

3

Sale

1

Sale

15

Sale

14#

15#

IX
3X

IX Sale

Preferred

3,700
25

14#

16

7X Sale

9#
IX

2# Nov.
18

Nov.

I Nov. 15
Nov.
8

_«

*32

1# Nov. 13
5# Nov. 20
20# Nov. 20
2

Nov. 25

6
1

39

Nov. 27
Nov.
8
Nov. 4
Nov. 22
Nov. 27

9X

10

IX

IX

2X

H Sale

X
30 X
17

*

11

Sale
Sale

12]

18#

Sale

#« Sale
5

Sale

50# Sale

% Feb.
2

Oct.

80#
1#
38#
5#
39

3# Nov. 19

Nov. 25

1# Aug. 16
1# Jan.
4
4# June 22
3# Nov. 19

2

27# Nov. 9
# Nov. 25

13

Nov. 25

52# Nov.

Nov. 29
73# Nov. 14
X Nov. 1
2# Nov. 1
1
Nov. 4
14
Nov. 4

18# Nov. 22

Nov. 12
6
Nov. 22
Nov. 8
14# Nov. 29

1# Nov.

4# Nov.

1

5# Nov.
78

Nov.

8

1# Nov.

8
8
8
8

Nov.
1# Nov.
17# Nov.

16

3

Nov. 12

7&
16

1
Nov. 22
Nov. 13

Nov.

7

7X Nov. 25

10

Nov. 18
1# Nov. 22
# Nov. 4

11
2

Nov. 20
Nov. 25
# Nov. 22

28
Nov. 8
16# Nov. 12
1# Nov. 1

34# Nov. 18
17# Nov. 18
1# Nov. 12

20# Sale
# Sale
4#
5
40
42#

17# Nov. 20

22

Nov. 12

4# Nov.

4
44# Nov. 25

99# Nov. 15

Xi
5#
52#
99#

Nov. 25
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov. 6
Nov. 15

17

Jan.

695

80

7% 1st preferred.......100

65

Nov. 2 70
101# Nov. 15 107

460 Western Power 7% pref...100
Western Tablet Be Stationery

16,900

Common

v t c

.....*

50 Westmoreland Coal Co..

25 Westmoreland

16# Sale

16#

17#

16# Nov.

1

17

Nov. 25

Nov. 21

Nov. 21

3

1

Mar. 13

# Feb. 28
3# Mar. 5

^

1# Mar. 13

Jfr Jan.

*

750

$6 preferred..

2

55

Nov. 12

55

78

Nov.

1#
4#
1#
17#

Aug. 15
Aug. 14
Aug. 22
Nov. 8

3

.May 11

2# Oct.

28

88

67

Nov.

8

76

Nov. 22
Nov. 13

16

17

Aug. 10

8

Jan.

3# Mar. 22

7# Nov. 25

8

4

4# Feb. 20
# Mar. 13
# Oct.
3

11

Aug.

2

Oct.

10

Nov. 20
Noe. 25

1# Jan.

25

22# Oct.

34# Nov. 18

16#
X
#
12#

18# Mar.
1
1# Sept. 23
# Jan.
8

Sept.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.

22

Jan..

44# Nov.
98

Jan.

46# Mar. 14 70
74# Mar 16 107
12
7

Feb.

Aug. 12

5

June 27

Nov. 12

28

99
3

mK'

Jan.

103# Nov. 23
5# Nov. 1

Nov. 25

# Mar. 8
5# Oct.
7
60# Mar. 18
102
July 11

JAt June

2

■

....*

Oct.

Nov. 22

West Texas Utilities Co—

50

25
3

88

12

*

Inc

Nov. 25

27# Oct.
1# Jan.

Apr. 15 100
Aug.
X Mar. 11
5# Nov.

Western Maryland Ry—

126

6# Feb. 11
Aug. 12

19
8

52# Nov.

Aug.

43# Jan. 28
# May 21

2# Nov.
88

Jan. 31
Aug.
7
July 25

# July

■

8

4

Nov. 27
Nov. 8
May 21
Nov. 22
Nov. 27

# Mar. 25
Oct.
2
Aug.
1
Jan. 22

Nov. 4
Nov. 7
Nov. 21
Nov. 8

4

3

4

2#
1#
3#
7

15#
3#
23#
X

8

Jan.

5# Nov. 20
20# Nov. 20
2
Aug. 22

30# Mar.
1# June
10
July

Nov. 20

8

28

X Aug. 22
2

'32 Jan.

10# Mar.
X Mar.
41# Apr.

% Nov. 19
3

30# Sale
17#
17#

IX Sale

40# Aug.
8
# Sept, 23

# Feb.

X Nov. 8
2# Nov.
1
2# Nov. 12

8

Sept. 20
86# Nov. 14

Jan.

5

30

9

# Oct.
# July
# Jan.
*3* Jan.
# Mar.

2

__

78",200

16 H

4# Sale

Walker (Hiram) Gooderh
Be Worts common.....

9,800 Walker Mining
J
3,500 Watson (John Warren) Co..*
314,400 Wayne Pump Co common.
*
177,900 Wanden Copper Mining
49,100 Western Air Express Corp_.l
27,450 Western Auto Supply com A *
1,300 Western Cartridge 0% pf.100

24,200
2,200

8

Nov. 27

80#
1#
36#
,5#

88
67

4,100 Vogt Mfg Corp..............

38,700

X Nov. 2
'32 Nov. 15
Nov. 12
5# Nov. 20
18# Nov. 1
1# Nov. 2
71# Nov. 12
#6 Nov. 1
34
Nov. 18
1

3

2# Sale

55,700 Waco Aircraft Co..._......*
1,100 Wahl (The) Co common....*
7,500 Waltt Be Bond Inc class A..*
Class B.__
5,600
16,800 Walgreen Co warrants..

464,510

Nov.

!

""# Nov.~27

Oct.

1# June

Jan.

1

16,200

100,600
2,500
1,600

40

70
36

84

10 Virginia Pub Serv
7% pref 100
70 Virginian Ry v t c com
100

1,200
9,300

Nov. 2
Nov. 14

43

18#
6# Sale
25
Sale
X Sale

45# Sale

2,100 Venezuela Mex Oil Corp...10
63,500 Venezuelan Petroleum
5

"""900

84
39

251

Oct.

# Mar.
7# Feb.

*

15,475
Priority Stock
...._•
27,800 Utility Be Ind Corp com.....*
27,000
Preferred
•
267,300 Utll Pow Be Light com
1
41,200
7% preferred
-.100

70

4# Jan.

100

com

225 Utica Gas & Elec 7% pf
88,500 Utility Equities com

10

Sale^
Sale

1

*

Preferred

U S Foil class B

3,075

28,400

1# Nov. 23
8# Nov. 13
86# Nov. 14

X
H
# Sale

W.......1

2,600 Universal Pictures com
18,250 Universal Products Co
36.500 Utah Apex Mining Co

-100

5# Nov. 22

Stock purchase warrants..

1,400
3,400
4,100

20,200
1,675
4,100
4,400
36,800
3,650

4

IX Nov. 7
7# Nov. 21

"H "r

U S Dairy Prod class A com..*
Class B com
.;...

49,900 United Stores Corp

158,400
287,900
2,800
5,750

4# Nov.

IX

*

2,100 U S Rubber Reclaiming.^..*
9,600
16,800
168,000

4H

85>|

United Shoo Mach com..
Preferred

AX

251

♦

com

Preferred..

AH

IX

Am dep rets for ord re4_.£l
10 United N J RR & Canal Co 100

Nov/25
Nov. 21

17#^#ept.28
7# June 27
Aug. 12

12

1'

Jan.

15

55

Nov. 12

L05

June 11

Westvaco Chlorine Prod—

225

900

2,445
7% preferred..........100
159,600 W Va Coal & Coke com
♦
6,400 Williams (R C) Be Co
5,500 Williams Oll-O-Matic Htg_._*
7,600 W11-Low Cafeterias com_...l
Convertible preferred....*
5,200
*
11,700 Wilson Jones Co com

"""20

100 Winnipeg Electric Co
.._*
20 Wisconsin P & L 7% pref.100

8,500
1,200
3,500
3,000
3,800

:

100 Wolverine Port Cement

T. 200
3,200
87,300

39,100

mood
31,000
51,000

678",000
26,000
98,000

5#

2<!!

1967

17,732,000

18",000

730,000

1,000

il»
63

1946

1st Be ref 5s........

.1951

f deb As .1952

American Power Be Light
6s without warrants..2016
6s registered...

5,833,000
2,292,000 Amer Seating 6s
3,758.000 Appalachian El Pr 5s
900,000 Appalachian Power 6s
5s
198,000
6,115,000 Arkansas Pr Be Lt 5s.




27

9# Nov.
13# Nov.
1
Nov.
7# Nov.
26# Nov.

21

62# Nov.

7

7
22

30
14

Sale"
27#
Sale

5# Sale
28

28#
7# Sale

"5# Nov.

6#~Nov.""i

27# Nov.

28# Nov. 14

6# Nov.

1# Nov.

8

Nov. 22

1

2# Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
19

June

July
3
Apr.
X Sept.

5# Oct. 17
17# Jan.
4
13# Nov. 7
1

Nov. 22

18

Jan.

7# Nov. 30
27# May 20

1#
62#
3#
3#

July
Nov.
June
Jan.

1# July 31
62# Nov.
7
3# June 13
6# Sept. 18

24

Mar. 14

28# Nov. U

2# June

6# Aug. 23

4

104# Nov. 29

1# Sale

54
92

105
59

83# Sale

103
Sale
98# Sale
106#

Sale

i01# Sale

84

Sale

'91# Sale
al04# Sale

83

Nov.
97# Nov.
88
Nov.
102# Nov.
98

64""

2

106# Nov.

4

103"" Sale" 101# Nov.

1
5

107#

Sale"

Sale

106

Sale

# Mar. 13

14

Nov. 26

106# Sale
44# Sale

12#

..

1936
1956

2024

1941
1956

m
62
41
64
58
99
50

102

95# Sale

91# Sale

73

23

88# Jan.

21

83# Jan.
105# Jan.
105
Aug.
97# Jan.
1# July
7# Mar.

13

103"" "Nov ."20
3

Nov.

2

17

Nov.

8

105# Nov. 20 106# "Nov ."26
Nov. 20
42# Nov. 4 46 ■
37
Nov. 4 41# Nov. 20

91# Nov. 26

10

Mar.

2# July

4

15

~ Sale'

102#
99#
105#

Sale
Sale

112

Sale

l04# Sale"

Sale

113#

Sale'

"97# Sale" "97# Sale'

104# Nov.
102# Nov.
99# Nov.
105
Nov.
Ill# Nov.
107# Nov.
96# Nov.

Jan.

107

108

8

1

50# Jan.
Oct.

90

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
25

103# Jan.
94# Apr.

106

22

74
101

22
8

84^4

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

105# Feb.
73# Jan.

3

Mar.

Oct.

8

16

Nov. 20

41# Nov. 20

95# Nov.

1
22

Sept.

15
Aug. 17
Aug. 19
17# July 11

104

107
46

17# Jan.

19

105# July

Mar.
Jan.

Oct.

90
July
9
101# July
9
95# July
6
105# Nov. 23
101# July 10

89# Jan..
18

90
106

Jan.

66# Jan.
83# Jan.

15
22

8

13 #

38#

1

Nov.

2# Nov.

"14#

7
7
4

2016

Amer Radiator deb 4 ^s.. 1947
Amer Rolling Mills 5s
1948

For footnotes see page 56.

25

55

1968

1st 5s

86
44

195a

5s

s

7^ Sal?

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
3
Nov.
25# Nov.

A,

Alabama Power 4#*
1st Be ref As

Aluminum Co

26

1# Sale

5s called...;...
18,000
1952
3,094,000 \luminium Ltd 5s
...1948
119,000 Am Community Pow 5#s 1953
1,515,000 Amer Elec Pow deb 6s...1957
6s series A reg
10,000
.1957
11,081,000 Amer Gas Be Elec deb As ..2028
1,078,000 Amer Gas Ac Power 6s
1936
5s
1,675,000
1953

681,000

340,000
106.000
167.000
35,000
17,000
512,000

24#

1

$
83,000 Abbott's Dairy 6S.......1942

3,317,000
1,041,000
1,694,000
2,196,000
3,294,000
1,570,000

Sale

m m

204,800 ftikonr&>l<l
BONDS

4#

62# Nov.

11

Wool worth (F W) Ltd—
Am dep rets ord shares..As
26,400
710,100 Wrlght-Hargreaves Ltd.....*

;

$
5,000
307,000
112,000
52,000
183,000
303,000
89,000

Sale 1
Sale

Nov.
Nov.

10

83,200 Woodlsy Petroleum Corp
•

#
8#

102#
4#
4#
8#
10#
#

96# Oct.

104#
100#
106#
113#
109
98

Oct.
Feb.

26
9

7
Nov. 25
Nov. 2
May 27
Nov. 22
Mar. 18

July

10

NEW

52

NEW YORK
In

•

November

75.000

Nov.ZO 1935

7,114,000
530,000
13,000
8,398,000
36,000
1,186,000

81~4,666
,

■

4,000
127,000
3,000

3,000

1,020,000

8,451,000

150,600

1,386,000
6,907,000

2,000

815,000
28,000
230,000
231,000
66,000
27,000
27,000
72,000

609,000
3,039,000
2,819,000
3,034,000
284,000
588,000
583,000

Sale
Sale

Ask

59% Sale

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov.

59

Sale

"41% Sale
41

Sale

Sale

Nov."§0

39

Nov. 26

2,604,000
96,000
80,000
40,000
30,000
29,000

193,000
82,000

11,000
76,000
1,000
31,000

173,000
312,000

68,656
480,000
31,000
35,000
17,000

8,000

541,000
159,000

357,000
105,000
149,000
45,000
176,000
131,000
927,000
871,000

2,062,000
7,074,000
1,303,000
1,313,000

"31% "Sale

"37%

"75%

Sale

"78"" Sale

Sale

32% Sale

590,000
493,000
286,000
3,611,000
989,000
197,000
1,013,000
131,000
254,000

Sale

55% Sale
112% Sale
114% Sale
115% Sale

1955

June 1 1957
.....1960

Birmingham Elec 4%s
1968
Birmingham Gas 5s._...1959

89

Sale

41

Nov.

41

Nov,

1

41

Nov.

31% Nov. 30

37

Nov.

11

Mar. 16

37

Nov.

Nov."

33

Nov. 12
Nov. 7
Nov. 1

76% Nov.30

8
10

76% Nov. 30

32% Nov. 29
75
Nov. 2

74% Nov.
28% Nov.

88

81% Sale
Sale
113% Sale
115
Sale
78

90% Sale

Sale

88

90% Sale

100% Sale
107% Sale

110% Sale

97% Sale

103% Sale
98% Sale

373",566
115,000

Sale"

1,974", 600

675",660

95

Nov.30
Nov.30
Nov. 27
Nov. 27

Sale

43

102% Sale

103% Sale

Sale
Sale

1955
Cent Ohio Lt 5c Pr 5s A..1950
Central Power 5s ser D..1957
Central Pow 5c Lt 5s.-P_. 1956
5s series D

95%
84%
79%

Sale
Sale
Sale

59",656
47,000

617",066

308,666
222,000
434,000
4,000

97% Sale
86% Sale
82
Sale
63% Sale
64% Sale

Apr.
Apr.

Nov. 21
Nov. 21

Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 29

Jan.

Apr. 26
Apr. 26
July 29
July
5

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.

Nov.
1
Nov. 22
Nov. 16

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

20,066
113,000
13,000
36,000

792,000
1,601.000

Aug. <21

May

Jan.

Jan.

Apr. :

Nov.

Nov. 15

106% Aug.

Aug.
3
May 24
Jan. 11

100% Nov. 13 101% Nov. 29
107% Nov. 2 111% Nov. 26
103% Nov.30 105%
97% Nov. 1 99%
112% Nov. 22 113
105
Nov. 21 105%

Nov.
Nov.

6
8

Apr.

July

8

105

Mar.:
Oct. :

Jan.

12

109
89
39

4

106

94% Nov. 22

67

Nov.

92

99%
97%
92%
102%
105
95

86% Sale

Nov.
Nov.

"43%
55

'27%

'64%

Sale

64% Sale

93%
102%

Sale
Sale

94% Sale
103% Sale

Jan.

2

67

Jan.

2

Nov. 22
Nov. 30

84

Nov. 20

66

Nov. 19

1 105

Jan.

4

Jan.

72
59

4
2

Jan.

59% Jan.

Mar. 13

Mar. 13

4

92% Jan.

2 105% July

Nov. 22

9

Nov.

87% Jan.

69% Nov. 14
66

Nov. 13

70% Nov. 14

74". 660
2,198,000
75,000
117,000
23,000
5,000
15,000
34,000

11.000
29,000
46,000
69,000
18,000
"91,000
401,000
115,000
15,000
12,000

72,000
1,391,000

Sale

1

95% Nov. 15
1

59% Nov. 30

66% Nov.

8

Sale

42

Sale

41

112% Sale

112

Nov. 29 113

111% Sale

111

Nov. 21 112% Nov. 12

an§>2~Saie

112% Nov.

59%"Noy"36 "66% "Nov." "8

112% Sale

Nov.

6

Nov.

1
Nov. 14

113% Nov. 27
113% Nov. 14

Nov.

112

42

6 105% Nov. 12

70% Nov. 14

27% Feb.

2 113%
109% Jan.
110% Aug. 12 110%
4113%
109
Jan.
2 113%
105% Jan.
110
Aug. 21 110
2 105%
94 % Jan.
101
Apr. 17 101

102% Sale

102% Nov. 21 103

Com'w'lth Subsld 5 Ms A. 1948

54

104

33%

Sale
64% Sale

102% Sale

Community Pow 5c Lt 5s. 1957

85
Jan.
102% Nov. 25 104% Nov. 8
68
Nov. 20
51% Mar.
63% Nov. 7
125% ;Nov. 18 119% Jan.
125% Nov. 2

7s A....1951
1956

112

5s series D............1962

Sale

102

Conn Ltg & Pow

4%s series C

5s....1952
Consol Gas of Bait 5s..., 1939
Conn River Power

1954

4% •

Nov. 18 109
Nov. 2 106
Nov. 4 112%
Nov. 4 120%

99%

107%
105%
111%
116%

88%

107% Nov. 22 110

105% Sale

103

Nov. 15
Nov.
6

Nov. 22
Nov. 22

1st ref

s

—...1981

f 4s

108

Sale

21

Sale

27

Sale

20% Nov.

84

Sale

89

Sale

84

Nov.

1

6%s with warrants....1943
1st 8c coll 6s ser \
1943

Nov.

1 "28
1 89

Nov. 30

Nov. 26

-

7%%

108% Sale

96% Sale
108% Sale

Sale

82% Sale

stamped........1939

Consumers Power 4%s__1958

83

Sale

103
102
82

Sale

102%

Sale'

Sale

108% Sale
105% Sale
103
Sale

Delaware Elec Pow 5%s„„1959
288,000 Denver Gas 5c Elec 5s....1949

1,592,000

100% Sale
Sale
5% Sale

105

8
's

6

Nov.

6 108% Nov.

106% Nov.

98

Sale

101% Sale
105% Sale

1

1

July 30

July 12

4% Jan.

9

28

Nov. 30

Jan.

16

89

Nov. 26

51

Nov.

6

Nov. 27 106% Nov.

14

13%
69%
101%
103%
104%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

102% Nov. 23
104% Nov. 29
105% N ov.29

102

Nov.

102

73% Sale

2030

2,013,000 Empire Dist Elec 5s

4,330.000

5s registered

103%

"97% Sale
41

Ercole Marelll Elec Mfg
6Ms with warrants

For footnotes see page 66.

.1953

Sale'
105% Sale

...1952
1952

Empire Oil Be Refining 5 Ms' 42

69% Sale

46

73

Sale

"97% Sale'
78

Sale

Nov. 26 104

18
76

Nov.

Nov.

97% Nov.

96% Nov.
73

Nov. 29
Nov.

1

Jan.

4

86% Nov. 8
3 104% Nov. 15
1 103% Oct. 11
Apr.
Mar. 29
86% Nov. 20
Nov. 29
60
May 21
8
Nov. 29 107% Feb.
Jan.

15

Jan.

7 107% Aug. 27

101%

Elec Pow 5c Lt 5s

Nov.
7
Aug. 27 109% Mar. 4
Apr. 22 106% Apr. 22
Mar. 27 100

8 104% Feb.

106

Eastern Utll Invest 5s A 1954

May 31

8 106% Nov. 25

1937

2 102

June 20

113

Jan.

1967

4%s

Jan.

106

122

4% Nov. 23
% Nov. 1
% Nov. 29

Nov.

2

109

106% Jan. 29 112

105
105% Nov. 1
102% Nov. 8 103% Nov. 18
107% Nov. 18 108% Nov. 23
Nov.
1
99% Nov. 19
96
100% Nov. 1 102% Nov. 8
Nov.
8
1.04% Nov. 1 106
Nov. 23
5% Nov. 1

8 Nov.
Nov.

Aug.

May
103% Jan.
110% Oct.
114% Jan.

106

Sale

105

5
73% Aug.
125% Nov. 18
110
July 10

106

105

\

Sale

Nov. 12

23

1

Nov. 27

Nov. 14

Oct.

4

Nov. 19

103% Sale

Nov. 27

Aug. 21
17

106% Nov. 25

Duke Power Co

686",066




Nov.

Nov. 14

July 23
Aug. 12

25

7
2

Dixie Gulf Gas 6Ma

227,000

58,000

103

Nov.

108

Ctfs of deposit..........
s f deb 7s. .......1952
Ctfs of deposit..........

25-yr

289,000 Rlmlra Wat Lt Be RR 5s.-1956
1950
791.000 El Paso Elec 5s A
232,000 El Paso Nat Gas 4%s w wl943
6%s
1938
61,000

v

Sale

96

1,500,000 Derby Gas 8c Elec 5s.....1946
4,383,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B...1950
6s series A
1947
2,101,000
292,000 Detroit Int Bdge 6 Mo
1952

1.000

Nov.

Nov.

Feb. 11

Apr.

100% Nov. 6
86% Nov.
8
104% Nov. 15
103
€STov. 12
86% Nov. 20
60
Nov. 29

106

Dallas P 5c L 5s series C..1952

13,000
44,000
7,000
1,000

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

105

6s series A............1949
364,000
899,000 Dayton P 5c L 1st 5t ref 5s *41

86,000
17,768,000

100%
82%
102%
102%
82%

Nov.

8 108% Nov.

102% Nov.

102% Sale

1946

Cumberland Co P & L 4%* '56

128,000

Nov.

60

1944

1,079,000

94% Nov. 16 100
107

26

98% Aug. 28 103% Oct.

108

98%

87%

Jan.

66% Nov. 8
37% Apr. 20
66% Nov. 8

33% Aug. 21 47
4 113
104% Jan.

102% Sale

.......

22,000
459,000

87

Jan.

98%

Nov. 13

60% Oct. 29
95% Nov. 15
103% Nov. 1

26% Feb.

104% Nov.

86,000 Cu ban Tobacco 5s
561,000 Cudahy Packing 5s

1,258,000
197,000

66

63% Jan.
84% Jan.

105% Sale

64

4

69% Nov. 14

104% Sale

4

June

Aug. 27

29% Feb.

69%

Nov.

Aug. 24

Aug. 22
93

36% Apr.

'59% Sale'

...

243,000
209,000
111,000

80

Feb.

66% Feb.
Mar.
30!
Mar.
32 J

87

60

80

1,000
4Ms registered
1958
1st 5c ref 5s
...1936
880,000
24,431,000 Continental G 5c El 5s ...1958
.....1940
1,054,000 Crane Co 5s
2,261,000 Crucible Steel 5s........1940
325,000 Cuban Telephone 7%s_.1941

3,000
7,000
13,000
3,000

103

65% Jan.

29% Feb.
Nov. 21 103% Nov.

2

110% May 28

105% Jan.

58

14

Nov. 19
Nov. 8
Aug. 15

26

48% Jan.

Nov. 23
74% Nov. 6
87% Nov.30
90% Nov. 21

64% Nov.

Oct.

July 18
July 19
Aug.
2

7
2

8

Consol Publishers—

40,000
98,000

Jan.

25%

Sale

86
86

95
101

8

103

92% Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov.
6

75

67% Nov.
68% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

100

94% Nov. 22

2 101

76% Jan.

61

79

2

Nov. 15

61

26%

33

I

Nov. 6
Nov. 22
Nov. 30
Nov. 8
Nov.30
Nov. 23

109% Nov.

66

64% Sale
28%

Apr
Jan.

99%
94%
103%
105%
97%
87%

Nov.

71%
86%
87%
64%

Jan.

101

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
rTov.
Nov.

102% Nov.
Sale

Sale

6
3
Oct. 22
June
4
Mar. 28

Mar.:

Nov.

6

May
Aug.

Aug. J

1

Nov. 19

3

Nov.

2

Nov.

Sale

Oct.

88% Jan.
83% Jan.

-Nov.
Nov.

1

28

97

43

Nov.

104

73

8

Jan.

106
70

Sale

102% Sale

Chic Rys 5s

Oct.

Aug. 19

56

105

6

Consol Gas Utilities—

72,000
73,000

:
:

Nov. 12

Consol G E L 5c P Bait—

656,000

126% Jan.
102% Jan.
69% Jan.

Nov. 14

108% Nov.

1940
1942

—

35,000

Feb.

Nov.

66% Sale
104

—1970
Chicago Junction Rys 5c
4%s series A

Nov. 27
Nov. 27

Mar.

Nov.

63% Sale

72

95

Nov. 21
Nov. 21

66

61% Sale

...

4,223,000
4,038,000
34,000
115,000
309,000
1,115,000
73,000
194,000

Mar. 22

Nov. 19

Nov.
Nov.

5s......1948

...

Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov.30

Nov.

Nov.

83%
79%
60%
62%

5Hi without warrants. 1954
Cent States Pr 5c Lt 5%s.I953

Bank 5%s
585,000
-—1937
1957
924,000 Commonw Edison 4H<
5s series A
.........1953
868,000
5s series A reg
.......1953
1,000
5s series B
....—1954
729,000
4%s series C
..1956
1,110,000
1,000
4%s series C reg
...1956
4s series F
1981
10,288,000
4s series F reg.........1981
1,000
3
series H
1965
1,191,000

20

78

78% Nov. 25

Nov.

Commers und Prlvat

15,000
52,000
37,000

14% Jan.
20
Jan.

Oct.

107% Nov.

43

97% Sale

Registered............
14,000
3,416,000 Cities Service Gas 0%s_.1942
1,653,000 Cities Serv Gas Pipe L 6*.1943
6s registered..........1943
1,000
12,262,000 Cities Service P 5c L 5%s.l952
5%% registered.......1952
3,000
5%s gold deb
1949
5,085,000

72

Nov. 18

105

4His series H
...1981
2,086,000 Cent Maine Pow 4%• R..1957

ctfs of dep.. 1927
586,000 Cincinnati Street Ry 5% si 952
6s series B
.1955
380,000
...1966
2,184,000 Cities Service 5s..
13,000
Registered...........—
Conv deb 5s..........1950
39,893,000

76

107% Nov. 27 108

105%

F.1967

Chic Pneum Tool 5Hs

m
112%
114%
115%
130%
105%
88%
74%
106%
88
107

5s Series G-..........1968

221,000
1,253,000
1,382,000

8
30

67

Chicago Dist El Generating

25,000
45,000
212,000
37,000
34,000
334,000
1,000
4,301,000

8

77
33

1939

Union Stock Yards 5s..

Nov.

39% Nov.

29

978,000

4,272,000

44

14% Jan. 30

5s scries E......—...1956

112,000

14% Mar. 15

33

94% Sale
100% Sale
99% Sale

1,808,000
383,000

25

Nov.

39% Nov.

44

78% Nov. 25

Buffalo Gen Elec 5s.....1956

Cent States Elec

22% July

33

92%
99%

843,000
1,110,000
1,640,000
8,437,000
7,973,000
12,360,000
4,284,000

25

7

166% Sale

5s—1947

Broad River Power Ss A..1954

Cent 111 Pub Serv 4%s

Nov.

1

Nov.

45% Nov.

Nov. 13

Sale

107

1953
1,616,000 Canada Nor Power 5s
2,4/6,000 Canadian Pacific Ry 6s.. 1942
6s registered
...1942
1,000
594,000 Capital Admin 5s A x W..1953
1956
6,708,000 Carolina Pr Be Lt 5s
495,000 Cedar Rap Mfg 5c Pow 5s. 1953
1,858,000 Cent Arizona L 5c P 5s...1960
122,000 Central German Pow 6s..1934
110,000 Cent Illinois Light 5a....l943

5,324,000
1,632,000
2,248,000

6

29

1998

Blnghamton L H & P 5s..1946

1st 5c ref 5s

39
38

Nov.

Mar.

Sale

Sale

Sale

a 57

1938

6s without warrants... 1938

Boston Consol Gas

Mar. 15

13

14% Mar. 15

67
88

.1943

Bethlehem Steel 6s

July

12

Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.

24

12% Mar. 16
60
Apr. 16
57% Jan.
2

"32%

33

2-year 6% secured notes.'33
Certificates of deposit...

5s series C

v

-

76% Sale

29

1944

Certificates of deposit...

1st M 5s ser B

64% Nov.
37

Feb.

45% Nov.

37

36%

Bell Tel of Canada 5s

Highest

28

13

22% July

1950

6s with warrants......

29% Feb. 27

Nov.

38

40% Nov. 30

Baldwin Locomotive Works

648,000

37

32%

41

Sale

33

32% Sale

"40%

Rayon Corp 5s.... 1950
Assoc Tel & Tel 5%s A... 1955

Plywood SHi

64% Nov.

34

"35%

Ausoc

Atlas

1

31% Nov. 27

Sale
Sale

Assoc Tel Utll 5%b..

1

Sale Prices

22% Sept. 26

Gas 8c Rlec

4Mb registered

Conv deb 5s

I

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

59%
33%

19531

4%S...1948
1948
68
...1968
Registered..........
SHl ibf ctfs
......1938
5%s lnv ctfs r g
1938
4 Hs series G
1949
4%s registered........ 1949
5^8
1977

Assoc

Nov. 1
Bid

(Continued)

Associated Rlec 4 i^s

vT

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1933

CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

BONDS

73*9,000

July 1

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

SALES

AGGREGATE

CURB

YORK

8

4
1

79% Nov. 20

861

7 110% Mar. 22
Sept
Mara 26
Nov. 19 109
Jan.
5 103% Nov. 18

105 J

Jan.

83

July 27
99% Nov. 19
102% Nov. 8

8 110

Jan.

12

91% Jan.

2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

10

2

105

Jan.

18 108% Mar. 25

99
3

2 106

Nov.

8

18
22
24
% Jan. 15
24
% Mar. 27
101% Aug. 13 103% May 15
11

77H

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

Nov. 29
Nov.
Oct.

8
14

Nov. 29
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Oct.

19
18
1

9

Nov. 20
Jan.

24

DEC., 1935]
AGGREGATE

SALES

In

European Elec 6*8

24,000

315,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

5,000

452,000

Nov. 1
Bid

78

1967

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Lowest

^

106

24

39

58

at Co 5s..1942

13,000 Fanners Nat Mtg Inst 7s .1963
29,000 Federal Sugar Ref 6s
1933
3,431,000 Federal Water Serv 5Ha. 1954

208,000

103* Sale

m
15

"75""

317,000
970,000

532,000
1,241,000
1,124,000
6,000
2,753,000
12,002,000

256,000
455,000
143,000
161,000
72,000
40,000
227,000
12,000

1,994,000
7,222,000
1,341,000
1,484,000
572,000
187,000
3,637,000
109,000

66,000
51,000
5,000

6s stamped
1961
Firestone Cotton Mills 5s.l948

85
89

Firestone T at R Cal 5s.. 1942

103
104

99* Nov.
103* Nov.

Sale
Sale

104

Sale

104

48 „
44 ki

85* Nov. 19

65

34* Apr. 10

95

Sale

90*

Sale

88

6

.

Sale

97* Sale
90* Sale

78

Nov.

Aug. 28

96*
45*
1*
31*

2* Nov 26
8

6
99* Nov.
1 104 if Nov.

Nov.
2 105
Nov. 27
92

92

Highest

41* Nov.

74* Nov. 27

61

Florida Power at Lt 5s._.1954

4

Nov. 19

*2" ""Nov.* 27

86

First Bohemian Glass 7s. 1957
Florida Pow Corp 5*a A 1979

Lowest

102* Nov. 22 103* Nov. 15

Sale

Finland Residential Mtge

26.000

1

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
100
Jan.
3 106* Oct.
4

4 106* Nov.

70* Nov.

1967

1,181,000 Fairbanks Morse

6,600

Nov.

65

European Mtfia at Ins

40,000

Highest
Sale Prices

...

7s Series C

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

Ask

.1965

Without warrants..

53

to

Nov.30 1935

$
BONDS (Continued)
289,000 Erie Lighting 5»

EXCHANGE

July 1 1933

Jan. 1

9,000

CURE

Low from

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

YOEK

NEW

Apr. 25

Jan.
104
Aug. 20 55*
Feb. 28
2*
Jan.
78

98* Mar. 18 100

July 10
Jan.

17

May 30
Nov.

8

Apr. 10

102* June 21 105* Mar. 20
Apr. 23 105* Mar. 18

Nov. 20

103

Nov. 27

92

Nov. 27

2

99* Nov. 16

76

Jan.

2

93* Nov.
90* Nov.

98

55* Jan. 14

91* Nov. 12

68* Jan.

92* Oct. 31
99* Nov. 16
91* July 10

_

4

Gary Elec 8c Gas—

ft

27,000
42,000
148,000
647,000
236,000
6,000

285",666

.

58 ext stamped
Gatlneau Power 5s

1956

633*
71*

1941

60

83* Sale
67* Sale

1941

...1944

6s

6s series B

59*

67

deb 6s.1940

65

67

96* Sale

Gen Pub Serv Co 5s
1953
Gen Pub Utilities 6kit A.1956
Gen Rayon Ltd 6a A
1948

87
Nov..29
83* Nov.

54

Gen Bronze

Gen

cony

Sale

"9.660
,82,000
12,000
*

V

171,000
84,000

'118,000
53,000
16,000
4,000
135,000
2,000
9,000
73,000
45.000
37,000
99,000
24,000

44,000
33,000

4,000
50,000
27,000
49,000

631,000
22,000
205,000
271,000
455,000

2

6,465,000 Glen Alden Coal

4s

23
22*
78*
97*
75*

537",660
2,000
56,000
56,000
216,000

76",660
1,000
17,000
224,000

147,000
192,000

48

20

Nov. 29

20

Nov. 27

Nov. 19

Nov.

Sale

91* Sale

90* Sale

92"" Sale'

Nov.
Nov.

4

4

Jan.
Jan.

84

Nov.

8

Nov.

2

83

6

56*
81*
56*
31*
101*
84*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Sept.
Jan.

82

98* Nov. 18
Nov, 19
33* Noy. 6

91* Nov. 30

Sale

78

Nov.

93

Nov. 14

Nov.

92

10

108* Sale

42

08

62

105* Sale"
104* Sale

Sale

105* Sale

55

106

Sale

60

74* Sale

37

40

1936

55

Houston Gulf Gas 6*8..1943
6s
21943
Houston Lt 8c Pr 5s A...1953

40

103* Sale

l05"

01H
79
80
42

1978
.....1981

Hungarian Ital Bank 7*t '63

Hydraulic Power of Niagara
46,000
Falls 1st 8t ref 5s
1950
45,000
Ref 8c Improvement 5S.1951
859,000 Hygrade Food 6s ser A ..1949
191,000
6s series B
1949

188*
42*

Sale

104* Sale

106"" Sale

Sale

86
60

105

Sale

107"" Sale" 106* Sale

32

85* Sale

1954

46

93

48

98* Sale

100

Sale

42*

89* Sale

93

Sale

6s series A reg
...1953
5s series C
1956
5s series C registered..1956

¥*

487,000
6*e series B
1953
2,096,000
5s series C
1951
20,000 Indiana Gen Service 5s_.1948
716,000 Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A. 1958
195,000 Indiana 8t Mich El 5s
1957
536,000
1st 8t ref 5s
...1955
2,178,000 Indiana Service 5s.......1950
58 registered

Sale

89

860,000 Indiana Elec Corp 6* A--1947

45

Sale

94* Sale
83* Sale

86* Sale

90

91* Sale

93
44

Sale

88*
70

23*

63* Sale

1950

1,563,000
1st lien 8t ref 5s
1963 +
1,856,000 Indianapolis Gas 5s A...1952
4,481.000 Knd*polls P 8t L 5s ser A..1957
2,000
5s series A registered.. 1957

X

22

68

73

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

105

Nov.

105

1

Nov. 21
Nov. 22

104* Nov.
104* Nov.

64

Nov.

1

73

66* Sale

8,000

,122,000
Deb 6s without warr...1948
456,000 Int Pow Sec 6kit series C.1955
545,000
7s series E ...........1957
1,000

17,660
29,000

652,000
90,000

589,000
276,000

184,000
306,000
10,000
16,000
136,000
25,000
48,000
146,000
57,000

352,000
7s series F
1952
429,000 International Salt 5s
1951
2,888,000 Internat Securities St
1947
1,145,000 Interstate Iron 8c St'l Skit *46
InterstateNat Gas 6s
1936
26,000
Without warrants
9,573,000 Interstate Power St
1957
3,646,000
Debenture 6s
....1952
1,655,000
3,104,000

Interstate Public Service
5s series D
1956

4kit series F
1958
Investment Co of Amer—
137,000
5s series A with warr__1947

443,000
2,582.000
711,000
656,000
2,297,000
498,000

Without warrants..

lowa-Nebraska

L 8c P 5s..l957

5s Series B
1961
Iowa Pow 8c Lt 4kit A...1958
Iowa Pub Serv 5s
1957

Isarco Hydro-El 7s
Isotta Fraschinl 7s

9,000
114,000
98,000
18,000
53,000
315,000
29,000
44,000
184,000
71,000
40,000
277,000
224,000
102,000
95,000
36,000
103,000
47,000

86,000

1,532,000

1952

Nov.
Nov.

1

93

1

89

Nov.

1

Nov.

6

82* Nov.

1

96* Nov. 21
99* Nov. 25
88
Nov. 19

Nov. 30
Nov.
1

Nov. 21

Nov. 20
Nov.
'
Nov. 20

Nov, 12

4

Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

54

Nov.
Nov.

...

665,000 JacksonvilleGas

50
107

83*
94*

Sale

Sale

102

79

92* Nov. 22

80* Sale

41
42

80

84

Sale

80

75* Sale

80 *

Sale

75* Nov.

Sale

100* Nov.
99* Nov.
102* Nov.
102* Nov.
104* Nov.

Sale

67
67
103

Sale

104

102* Sale
72

.01* Sale

Nov.

66* Nov. 22
Nov.

41* Sale

102* Sale
39

Sale

36*

Sale

50*

48

737 ,000 Kansas Gas 8c Elec 6s
2022
1,668 ,000 Kansas Power 5s A
...1947
854 ,000 Kansas Pow 8t Lt 5s B...1957
6s series A
490 ,000
1955
3,798 ,000 Kentucky Utilities 5s
1969
St
2,369 ,000
1961
1,494 ,000
6*t series D
1948
697 ,000
5*8 series F
1955
531 ,000 Klmberly Clark 5s A
1943
1,678 ,000 Koppers Gas 8t C deb 5s_1947
1,091 ,000
Deb5*a
....1950
553 ,000 Kresge (S S) Co 5s c o d._1945

103* Sale"

61*

113

55
70

106* Sale

Sale

97

Sale
Sale

103* Sale

99* Sale'
106* Sale

92* Sale'
83

Nov. 27
Nov. 27

105* Nov. 16
105

Nov.

5

July
9
Sept. 9
Jan.
2
Apr. 27

109

Mar. 26

102* Jan.

May 29
80* Jan.
T
107* Aug.2H

57

Jan.
89* Sept. 6<
Jan.
97* Nov. 21
Jan.
100* Nov. 20
Mar. 14 92* Mar. 11
Jan.
3 94
July 18
74
Jan. 30 89
Nov.
1
64
Jan.
96* Nov. 21
68
Jan.
2
99* Nov. 25
60
Jan.
88
Nov. 19
106* Oct. 22 107* Mar. 29

69*
75*
91*
66*

62JoJan.

2

95

Nov. 21

lOTf^Jan.

9 112
July 19
99^ Jan.
9 106* Sept.12
36* Jan. 15 69
Nov. 20
40
Mar. 11 45
Apr. 20
4
35* Jan.
68* Nov. 20
80
Jan.
4 105* Aug. 15
2 105* July 11
97* Jan.
101
Mar. 25 101
Mar. 25

Oct.

July

27

Oct.

21

4

4* Mar. 23
77* Jan. 24
85* Feb.
5
60
July 27
80* Feb.
5

Nov. 22

105* Nov. 6
102* Nov. 30

104* May 21 105* Jan. 18
57
Jan.
2
83* Aug. 14
38
Jan.
2
72
Aug. 14
52

Jan.

2

47* Jan.

2

92
91
88
86
100

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

87* Nov. 19
83* Nov. 19

15 101
24 101

Oct.

30

Nov. 27
3 105* Nov. 16
4 105
Nov. 22
3
5
July 27
2 102* Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.

50

Nov.

6

39

Nov. 29

83* Apr. 29

Nov.

6

90

Nov. 18

55

Aug. 28

95

June

8

35

Nov. 25

46

Nov.

7

35

Oct.

3

66* Feb.

5

53
Nov. 26 108

Nov.

6

48

9

57

Nov.
8
6 104* Nov. 2
1 104* Nov. 15
7 107* Nov. 18

101
93

49* Nov. 26
104* Nov.
103* Nov.
107
Nov.

97

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

100

1 106 JNov. 18 108

101* Nov.
95* Nov.

82*

114

106* Nov.

Nov. 26
yu* Nov. 26

50

85

8

8

87* Nov. 19
83* Nov. 19

101

Jan.

55

39

113

55

72
76

Aug.

111* Jan. 19 114
105* Feb.
~ 108
47
Apr.
64*
50
Sept. 18 63
105
60

9

101

107

M
46

81* Nov.
71* Nov.

Mar.

74

46* Sale

55

77
70
102

107

105* Nov. 8
106* Mar. 25

Jan.

49

97* Nov.

101

8

Nov. 22

104* Apr. 11 108
Apr. 25
68* Jan.
2
97* Oct. 24
89
Apr. 15 103* Nov. 6

Nov. 13 103* Nov.

79* Sale
67* Sale

35

103* Aug.
101* Sept.

1* Mar. 13
41* Oct. 18

Nov.
4
61
Nov.
Nov. 23 107* Nov.

26*

5s stmpdl942




Sale

Feb.

51

41* Feb. 14

46

103

117,000 Jamaica Wat Sup Skit A.1955
1,357,000 Jersey Cent P 8c L 5s B...1947
6,476,000
4kit series C
1961
245,000 Jones 8c Laughlin Steel 5s '39

For footnotes see page 56

97.

102*

53*

1963

Without warrants..

June
Aug.

60

-49"

...1942

Without warrants
Italian Superpower 6s

37

30

104
42

Nov. 29

3

57*

July

101* July
8
99* June 21
105* Nov. 25

55

39

106* Feb. 20
111* July 11
77* Apr. 10

Jan.
60

Jan.

46

56

104* Nov.

Jan.

46

37

Mar. 12
63
Aug. 17
Apr. 15 107* Jan.
4
94* Jan.
2 105* Nov. 18
87* Jan. 10 103
Nov. 13

Mar.

41$

43

25

105

93

68* "Nov."20
98* Nov. 16
105* Nov. 14

78 series E registered..1957

19
3
7
11
22

76

Nov.

61

18
22

Nov. 25
Nov. 25

Nov.

Sale

* Jan. 16
105* Feb.
1
93
Sept. 13

Nov.

89

93* Sale

Nov. 19

105

106* Nov. 30 107* Nov.
84* Nov. 13 87* Nov. 16
93
Nov.
1
97* Nov. 21
98
Nov.
1 100* Nov. 20

95
89* Nov.
108* Nov. 20 108*
105
Nov.
~ 106*
63* Nov. 13 69

2
3

~~

Jan.

107* Nov. 27

Nov. 20

4
4

87
84

100* Nov. 14
98*
105*
105*
105*
106*

"63* Sale
105

Nov,

Nov.
6
Nov. 16
Nov. 25

89
91
94

Sale

91

106
110*
75*
40*
31*

Nov.

105

71* Sale

..1953

6s series A

Nov. 15
1 107
2 105* Nov. 18
Nov. 13
4 103

Nov.

102*
100*
96*
103*

60* Nov. 16

106* Nov. 26 107* Nov,
55
Nov.
1
58* Nov. 21
55
Nov.
9
57* Nov. 21

55

82

968,000 Idalio Power Co 5«......^I947
1,589,000 Illinois Central RR 6s
1937
372,000 Illinois Nor Util 5s
1957
2,211,000 Illinois Pow 8t L 5kit
1957

73
40
31

104* Sale
100* Sale

29 ki

.....

74* Sale

Sale

28
65

Oct 15 1936

105* Nov.
104* Nov.
101* Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Apr. 26 93* Feb.
Nov. 22 105* Jan.
Oct.
8 95
Aug.
June 19 86
July
Feb.
4 108* Aug.
107
Jan. 12 109* Apr.
17* Jan.
3
52* May

Nov.

44
6

104* Nov.
110* Nov.

98*

61,000 Hamburg Elec Co 7s
1935
191,000 Hamburg El 8c Und Ry 5*838i

5*s series "B"

107

Nov.

24

84* Aug.
100
July

100*
86*
84*
102*

Nov.

107* Nov.
108* Nov.

Nov.

56

24

r69,000 Hackmatack Water 5s A..1977
367,000
5s. ...................1938
1,392,000 Hall Printing 6s A stpd._1947

Hood Rubber 7s

106* Nov,
108* Nov.

4

70

84* Nov.
101* Nov.

100* Nov.
90

4

1950

97

4*s series D
4kit series E

24

1
1

75

69

102J*
93*

23

78* Nov.
97* Nov.

92* Sale

63

1,168,000 Gulf Oil of Pa s f deb 5s..1947
2,813,000 Gulf States Utll 5s
1956
793,000
4 kit series B
1961

Skit

24

24

Mar. 25

51* Jan.

4

(ntercontinents Power Go—

24,000
17,000

Nov. 30

45

93

53

Guardian Investors Corp—
1,021,000
5s series A
..1948

2,000

187.666

Nov. 30

30

195,000 Great North Pow Ssstpd 1950
497,000 Gt West Power Calif 5s..l946
759,000 Guantanamo at W Ry 6a.l958

5,000

45

Sale

81* Sale
*2 Said

54

1965

4s registered

6,708,000

98* Nov. 23
8

74

79* Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

40

3,930,000
With warrants
723,000 Grand Trunk Ry 6*«.._1936
1,080,000 Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950

3,000

66* Nov.
95* Nov.
95* Nov.
75* Nov.

99

91
Nov. 16
99* Jan.
4
99* Jan.
6
98* Jan.
5
99
Nov. 19
98* Nov. 23
81
Aug. 17
67* July
5

33* Nov.

2
38

Gesfuerel 6s without war 1953
429,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s. 1940

3,201,000
5,892,000

16
21

Oct.

Apr.
3
59* Apr.
3
81* Mar. 29

Vending Corp—

174,000

1,231,000
550,000
1,093,000
1,588,000
587,000
520,000
1,035,000
7,000

63* Jan.
78
60

76* Sale

75* Sale

36

331,000
6s with warr Aug 15...1937
233,000
Ctfs of deposit
2,002,000 Gen Wat Wks 8c El 5s A..1943
9,074,000 Georgia Power ref 5s
1967
1,756,000 Georgia Pow at Lt 5s
1978

20,000

Nov. 16

45

23 *

Gobel (Adolf) 6*8 ser A.1935

108,000
35,000
43,000

91

89* Nov. 25
77* Nov. 22
77* Nov. 22

Nov.

103

6
8

Nov. 13

103*

103* Sale"
104* Sale

Sale

104

Sale

103* Nov. 15

104*

Sale

104

—

Nov.

7

95

Nov. 18
Nov. 26
Nov. 26
Nov.
4

Nov. 19
95
Nov. 20
104* Nov. 23
Nov. 20
100
104
Nov.
7
Nov. 19
105
105* Nov. 21

82* Jan.

May

105* Apr. 26
Jan.
Jan.

106* Jan.
90

Jan.

77* Jan.
100

Jan.

105

Jan.

62* Jan.
62* Jan.

108
12 106
2 105

June

7
Mar. 21
23

Oct.

July

4 107* July

13
3

115* Aug. 20
100
107

108*
95

95

Nov. 26

July

8

Nov.
4
Nov. 19
Nov. 20

73

Jan.

105

July

69

Jan.

100

Nov. 20

102

Jan.

104* Sept. 17

101* Feb.

.105

l!l05*

2

Nov. 19
June 28

103

Feb.

100

Aug. 13 103 * Feb;

25

NEW

u
AGGREGATE

July 1

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE
„

In

Since
Jan. 1

11,000

272,666
1,000
83,000
126,000
11,000
68,000
106,000
13,000
21,000
17,000
3,000
416,000
13,000
336,000

587,000
1,429,000
117,000
89,000
203,000
226,000

30,000

Larutan Gaa

Ask Bid

106'# Sale

Sale

107

Lehigh Pow Secur 6s
2026
Leonard Tleta Inc 7 #a.„1946
Without warrants.
65,000
1,256,000 Lexington Util 5s—..--1952
2,721,000 Llbby McNeill Ac Llbby 6s 1942
295,000 Lone Star Gaa Corp 5s... 1942
1,021,000 Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
605,000 Los Angeles Gas Ac Elec 5a '61
5s
1939
115,000
6s..
—1942
329,000
124,000
5H« series E
......1947
138,000
5H» series F
...1943
4,913,000 Louisiana Pow At Lt 5a...1957
128,000 Louisville (Ky) G &E 4128-1961
*951
1,749,000 Manitoba Power 5 Ha
1941
11,000 Mansfield M & S 7s
7s Ex-warrants.....-.1941
3,000
1946
2,992,000 Mass Gas Co 5Mi"--—
5s
—1955
4,975,000
1943
701,000 McCord Rad & Mfg 6s
1,644,000 Memphis P & L Ssser A—1948
2,524,000 Met Edison 4s series E...1971
1st mtge 5s series P.. 1962
1,203,000
415,000 Middle Sts Petrol 6#s A.1945

697,000
979,000
77,000
175,000
119,000
282,000
130,000
180,000
590,000

2,000

2,000

27,000
72,000
46,000
257,000
241,000
42,000
85,000

117,000
63,000
50,000
15,000
244,000
581,000

2,452,000
26,000
23,000
41,000
;

508,000
12,000

63CT,65O
277,000
640,000
401,000

I6§# Sale'

104

-.407,000

249,556
146,000
94,000
29,000
252,000
288,000
39,000
2,000
29,000
68,000
11,000

29,000
21,000
470,000
117,000
22,000
205,000
246,000
241,000
156,000
49,000

163,000
323,000
63,000
93,000
44,000
61,000
31,000
137,000
71,000
102,000
101,000

103

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale"

Sale"

23

22# Sale

Sale
Sale

92

107# Sale

"57# Sale

1

87

56# Sale

Sale

105

98# Sale
89# Sale
19
Sale

95
Sale
84# Sale
13# Sale

III"*' Sale'
84# Sale

73# Sale

Sale
Sale

74#

Sale"

79

69# Sale
82# Sale
86# Sale

Sale
Sale

83

Nor

98

106# Sale"
100# Sale
101
Sale

——1970
106# Sale

1951

Nor Ohio P Ac L 5#s

87# Sale
51# Sale

103

......1940
..........
1961
.

Ohio Public Serv 6s C... .1953
...

3,000
89,000

766,000

1st Ac ref 5s D

1,695.000

1st Ac ref 4Hs

Pacific Gas At El 1st

4Ha series E reg
1st Ac ref 6s B

4#s.l957
1957
1941

Pacific Investing 5s A

Park At Tilford 6s

1979

-

237,000

3,305,000 Penn Electric 4s series P. 1971
Penn-Phio Edison 6s
195S

142,000

1,948,000

Without warrants....

199,000
182,000
61,000
48,000
8,000
12,000
1,000
46.000
708,000
474,000

3,969,000
1,521,000

5Hs series B
Penn-Ohio

1959
P Ac L 5#s A.1954

Penn Power Co 5s

....1956

415,000
1947
443,000 Penn Pub Serv 6s C
5s series D...
...1954
186,000
145,000 Penn Telep Corp 5s C...1960
173.000 Penn Water Ac Pow 4H8..1968
58
1940
519,000
4,039,000 Peoples Gaa Lt At Coka 4a B'81
6s series C

For footnotes see page

56*

1957

June
Mar.
Oct.

Nov.

7

82

97

Nov. 27

104#

Nov.27
June 21

107# Oct.

25
21

93#

Oct.

25

ii

Nov. 26
Nov. 26
Nov. 26

Jan.

66

10

Nov. 26

Nov. 27

82

Nov. 26

July

11

108H

Jan.

9

106

Aug.

6

103

Nov.

95#
100#
88#
89#
92#

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 13

96#

Nov. 13

101#

100#
107#
106#
56#

4

Nov. 13

Nov. 13
Nov. 21

Nov.

Nov. 21

93

Nov.

Novs 20

93# July

Nov.

Nov. 22

92# Nov. 22

Nov. 23 102#
Nov.
1 108
Nov. 4 107
Nov. 30 62

Nov.

6

Nov.

6

101# Jan.
41# Jam
Nov. 15
86

11

105# Nov. 13

90# Nov. 30
6 107# Jan. 23

June 26

11

18

30

>1#

29

3#
)1#
)7 #
)0

Jan.

Nov. 20

Apr. 30 106#
Oct. 14 105#
Jan.
5 104#
Jan. 15 98#
Jan. 15
89#
Mar. 14
19#
Jan.
7 118#
Jan.
3 111

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Ill

Nov. 30
Nov. 20

Nov.

4

2

6

14

23

6

Aug.

19

)2#
)2#
)0#
11X

12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

95

Jan.

104# Mar.

Nov. 20

29

2 108# May 28
2 107# Sept. 14
Nov. 15
19 62

57# Jan.

105#
105#
101#
98#
89#
19#
118#

Nov.
Nov.

Mar. 15 103

94

106# Jan.

Nov. 23

1 105# Nov. 13
4 90# Nov. 30
105# Nov. 26 107# Nov. 14

84#
13#
116#
109#

Oct.

Nov. 19
Nov.

104

24

Nov. 14

105

Nov. 26

Nov.

18

Apr.

97

May
90# Jan.
89
Jan.
100# Jan.

Nov. 26

73# Nov.
102# Nov.

1
6

Nov.

Aug.
8
Sept. 23
2
102# Jan.
June 27
96

Nov. 26

17# Nov.
17# Nov.
17# Nov.

15
28

May

37
36

67

Nov. 12
Nov.
6
Nov.
7
Nov. 8

105
87

Nov.

103

84# Nov.
109# Nov.

Feb.

11

Feb.

2

May 14
Sept. 11
Nov. 30

Nov.29
Nov. 23

7

May

69# Nov.
69# Nov.
69# Nov.

Nov. 30

79

82# Nov. 30

20

18

Mar. 15

Nov.

88# Nov.

%¥*
88

9

Nov. 20

Nov.

1

74# Nov.

98

Nov.

1

Nov. 26

107
105

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov.

6

Nov. 27

101# Nov. 21
>4
107# Nov. 21
Ill# Nov. 6 112
6 104#
104
Nov.
107# Nov. 1 108
107# Nov. 6 108#

70 X
63

68#
63
40

105# Sale
Sale

Sale

102# Sale
Sale

Sale

108# Sale

84

45 X

ldi

69

Sale

107# Sale

102
35
85
62
57

108

96

Sale

Sale

97

Sale

99# Sale

51X

"95# Sale

"96# Sale

101# Sale

100# Sale
96# Sale
104# Sale

67

104#

Sale'

92#
66#

106

107 V

105# Sale

Nov. 12

Nov. 19

Nov. 21

111

Nov. 26

105#
106#
105#
103#

Nov. 18

Nov. 13
Nov. 30
Nov. 13

1033

Sale

Nov.

8

5
2 105# July
28
3 108# June 11
2 112# Oct. 17
May 22
2 106

3 103# Oct.

Mar.

# Sept.16 110
17 109#

77

Feb.

June 25

90

Feb.
Jan.

6

28

June 20

Nov. 15

Mar.

Nov. 12

Mar.
Jan.

Nov. 19

103

Jan.

Nov. 18

102# Nov. 18
99# Nov. 23

76# Jan.
71 # Jan.

101# Jan.

108

Oct.

2

100

108

Sept.

4

Jan.

8
90# Jan.
4 105# Nov. 20
Oct. 18
97
Sept. 16 102
28
Jan.
2
45# Nov. 8
Jan.

4 104

28

Jan.

3

45

72

Jan.

2

99

96

Jan.
Jan.
Nov.

88

97#
104#
103#
105#
99#

Oct.

Jan.
Jan.
100# Jan.

July

8
Nov. 29
Nov.

105#
106#
108#
106#

July

15

Oct.

10

Jan.

7

May

6

111

Nov. 26

Jan.

104:.,., June 20

Jan.

88# Nov. 29

96

Nov. 14

65# Jan.

96

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

99# Jan. 12 106

12

118# Nov.
105# INOV.
WOX4, Nov.
107# Nov.

^

1

99

48

101
106#
119# Nov. 19 111#
1 105#
1 105# Nov.
Nov. 25 100#
2 108

95# Nov. 19
-

1

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

2

July
Oct.
Jan.
4 108
Mar. 16 106# Mar.
Jan.
3 120# July
Oct. 24 108# Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
2 108

Mar. 15
Jan. 12
3
Jan.
Jan. 25
3
Jan.
4
Jan.
93# Jan.
74# Jan. f 4

87
110
57#
102
92#
84#

97# Nov.

Nov. 22 115

Nov.

1
87
Nov.
8U Nov.
102# Nov. 6 103# Nov.
Nov. 13 100
Nov.
995Nov. 18
98
99# Nov
103
Nov. 29 104# Nov.
95# Nov! 1 97# Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov

8

6i# Jan.

104# Nov
105# Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

1

Nov

Noy- 25

103# Jan.
105
Apr.
100
Jan.

100# Nov.

96# Nov

7

Nov.

Nov. 25

Nov,
1
Nov. 16

112
Sale

56

74#

90# Jan.

Nov.

105# Nov.
106# Nov.

89
103
68

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

107
104

Sale
Sale

60
86

Nov. 20

4
Nov. 29

-

99# Sale

74

3

74

105# Nov. 18
Sept.12
Sept. 9

115

"81# Sale' "84# Sale

35

Nov. 15

Nov.

Jan.
Jan.

82#
100#
44#
20#
99#

Nov. 26

103#
106#
106#
106#

Nov.

9

May

35# Apr.

903
533
107

92# Nov.

92# Sale

118# oaie
Sale
JLJLS24
105# Sale

;

36

89# Nov. 16

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.

88

105# Nov. 2 106
106# Nov. 13 108

104# Sale

65

82#

101#
105#
104#
104#
108#
104#
105#
104#
84

106

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 19

Nov. 16

1
8

102# Nqsm 4 103# Nov. 14
104# Nov.
1 105# Nov. 20
Nov. 14
100# Nov.
1 102
40# Nov. 2 45# Nov. 8
Nov.
8
40# Nov. 6 45
99
Nov. 29
96
Nov.
1

102

106

106# Sale

106#
105#
102#

Nov. 16
Nov. 21

39#
35
)9#
)4#
39#

Nov.

Nov.

105# Sale

101

Nov.

88#

85

Jan.
,5 102# Nov. 26
)3# Mar. 12 107# May 22

102

Nov.
100# Nov.

Nov. 25

July 27
79# Nov. 19
79# Nov. 20
79# Nov. 20

!7

4

Nov. 18
Nov. 23
1
Nov.
2
Nov.

102
106

83 #

8

102#
99#
106#
105#

43# Sale
98# Sale

Sale

54# Mar. 15
57# Mar. 13
17# Jan.
9
30*
Aug. 27
30# Jan.
2

8

85

74

Nov.

w*

Mar. 14

17

79# Nov.

1

47

May 27 105

79# Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 25

17# Mar. 15

79# Nov. 19

68

100# Nov.
87# Nov.

Nov. 20

87

Apr. 18
)0# Jan. 10

109# Nov. 25
1
7
1

3 105

57

Nov. 25

95# Nov.
105# Nov.
105# Nov.

39#

Penn Cent Lt Ac Pow 4H8 1977
5s

73#

91

1938
1936

249,000 Palmer Corp of La 6s

June

96

Nov. 22 102#
Nov. 27 104#
Nov. 18 107#
Nov. 2 92#

Nov. 18

Sale

82 J*

Pacific Power Ac Light 5s. 1955

July

873

99# Nov. 25

1
1
9

103

96

1960
1948

Without warrants......
735,000
1942
78,000 Pacific Ltg Ac Pow 5s

Jan.

50

100

Sale

104# Sale
100# Sale

1955
F.

Jan.

104

69# Nov. 14

106# Nov.

.1954

Pacific Coast Power 5s—.1940

106

161# Sale"

Nor Ohio Trac Ac Lt 5s...1956

5#% notes.

101#
102#
106#
91

89

88# Sale

GAB 6s
1952
Nor Ind Pub Serv 5s
1966
5s series D
.......1969

1,158,000
.1961
5 Ha series E
675,000
2,557,000 Oklahoma Gas At El 5s.. .1950
..1940
6s series A
1,481,000
1,422,000 Okla Pow Ac Water 5a A. .1948
493,000 Oswego Falls Co 6s..... .1941

6,193,000

Sale"'108"" Sale"
107# Sale

f deb ser A..—.1956
Cont Util 5#» A
1948

58 series D

244,000

105# Sale"
102# Sale

Sale

-f107#

s

543.000 Ohio Power 5s series B .. .1952
.1956
4 He series D
1,172,000

62,000
4,714,000

102#

1936

2,044,000 Ogden Gas Co 5s....... .1945
.1960
3,996,000 Ohio Edison Co 5s

6,577,000

X4,

103

4H«
5,449,000
294,000 Northwest Elec 6s stpd._1945
.1960
452,000 Northwest Pow 6s A
Certificates of deposit
263,000
2,380,000 Nor'west Pub Serv 5s A—1957

374,000

Sale"

Sale
oaie

105# Sale

Nor Indiana

1,686,000

Sale

107
IUI

Sale

4#s—1953

4Hs E

Nov.
6
Nov. 21

104# Jan.
88# Jan.

66

73

Niagara Falls Power 6S..1950
5s series A....-.*.-...1959

5#«

107

8

)4

Sale
86# Sale

105

-2004

Nippon Elec Pow

1

Nov.

104

100# Nov.

5s '54

Nor Amer L Ac P 5 % notes

Nov.
Nov.

93
89

104

1962

4s_.

Nov.

104

Nov. 13

107# Nov.

3# Nov. 12

-.1949
1950
Y Pa At Ohio RR 4Hs..l950
Y P Ac L Corp 1st 4HS..1967
Y State E Ac G 4#s_—1980

N Y Ac Westchester Ltg

108

106

33

104# Sale
104# Sale

106# Sale

5sl947
..1940

5#s

4

103# Jan.
105# May
107# Nov.

105
Nov.
86# Nov.

6s series A

N

105
64

Sale
90# Sale
106
Sale

105

Sale
Sale

105

N Y Cent Elec 5Hs

N

Sale

1957

5s...1948
Deb 5
1954
New Orleans Pub Serv 4#> *35
5s stamped
..........1942

N

Sale

103# Sale
104
Sale
96# Sale
100# Sale

100# Sale
88# Sale
89# Sale

New Engl Pow Assn

216,000
125,000
5,217,000
1,019,000
565,000
2,217,000
3,213,000
3,121,000
1,134,000
515,000




22# Sale
22# Sale

21# Sale

5s—......—1950

72"666

53,000
3,000
573,000
13,000
5,000
385.000
11,000

Feb.

Feb.

91# Nov.

21# Sale
21# Sale
21# Sale

498,000 New Amsterdam Gas 5s.-1948
5s registered
1948
4,000

459,000
1,674,000
1,000
1,136,000

20,000
70,000

110

109#
107#
104#
108#
69#

Sale"

106#

Nor States Power

113,000
216,000
97,000
85,000
32,000
349,000

107# Aug. 19
108# Mar. 14

Sale

—

17

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

101#

Sale

96

Oct.

95# Jan.

1

92# Sale

Sale

103

107

1

Sale

627,000
4#s
1981
829,000 Nelsner Bros Realty 6s.. 1948
1956
4,721,000 Nevada Calif Elec 5s

G Ac Elec Assn

Jan.

Nov.

96# Sale

Sale

91#

5
104# Aug.
105# Aug.21

106# Nov.

32i

1,576,000 Nartagansett Else Co 5S..1957
5s series B............1957
424,000
76,000 Nassau At Suffolk Ltg 5s. 1945
3,252,000 Nat Pow Ac Lt 6s*'A"—2026
Deb 5s series B
...2030
6,256,000
9,945,000 Nat Pub Serv 5s C O D...1978
2022
608,000 Nebraska Power 6s

Conv deb

Jan.

98# Jan.
101

June 22

40# Feb. 16
102# Nov. 29

Feb.

75

8

Nov.

Mar. 12

107

"64# Sale' "68"" Sale"

Without warrants
405,000
1951
751,000 Miss River Power 5s
612,000 Missouri P Ac L 5#« A....1955
'2,957,000 Missouri Pub Serv 5s A—1947
Monongahela West Penn Pub
Service 5Ha B
1953
3,756,000
151,000 Montana Dakota Pow 5H« '44
Montreal L H Ac P 5s *^".1951
1,427,000
Mu n son Steamship Line
300,000
6#s with warrants
1937

5s....

32

Nov. 23
33
102# Nov. 29
9
104# Nov.
104# Nov. 22

86

1

18 101
2 108

105#
105#
107#
107#
104#

Sale

108

Jan.

91# Jan.

Nov.

105

106# Sale

4#a——1967
Minneapolis Gas Lt 4#«.195Q
Minn Pow & Lt 4H«
1978
1st & ref 5s
—1955
Mississippi Pow 5s
1955
Miss Power & Light 5s—1957

New Eng

8

104# Nov.

107"" Sale"

Milwaukee G L

5,395,000
1,763,000
5,490,000
5,722,000
4,907,000
4,454,000
776,000
1,850,000
515,000
1,003,000
7,236,000
5,140,000
423,000
71,000
414,000
548,000
173,000

56# Apr.

8

86

1

Nov.

104

Sale

104

1932
5s ctfs of dep.......—1933
5s ctfs of dep....
1934
5s ctfs of dep
....1935
Midland Valley RR 5s
1943

registered
Mississippi River Fuel-

Nov.

Nov. 27 107# Nov.

Nov.

33
Nov.
100# Nov.

5s ctfs of dep

5s

Highest
Sale Prices

106

-

3,325,000
2,717,000
3,334,000
673,000
1,719,000
2,866,000
3,508,000
1,982,000
2,897,000
4,750,000

Lowest
Sale Prices

100

6,099,000

2,169,000

Highest
Sale Prices

84

Middle West Util—

637,000
1,050,000

Ask

Sale

84

5 #•—1935
Corp 4#«—1935

Laclede Gas Light

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

1

Nov.
Bid

BONDS {Continued)

777,000
9,000

1

1933

Nov.30 1935

$
v

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

SALES

November

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

Nov.

Nov.

82# Nov.
102

Sale

101

Nov.

6

Nov.

1

Nov.

1

66# Jan.

95

Jan.

103# Jan.
105# May
110# Jan.
72
89

Jan.
Jan.

22

16
31
19
25

99# July 30
Apr. 10

117
87

Nov. 20

104#

June 24

101

Oct.

15

100# July 10
105# June 24
98
July 10

102#
98#
106#
108#
108
106

Oct.
Nov,
Mar.

Feb.

26
8
8
26

July
3
Aug.
5
107# July 31
109
Sept. 10
lli* July 23
89
July
3
Oct. 25
104

Due., 1935]
AGGREGATE

NEW

SALES

YORK

CURB

Low from

NEW YORK
Since

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

BONDS 'Contin'iii)

Nov. 1
Bid

—

1*79

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

19(6

536 Sale
11236 Sale

1972

110

292,000
344,000

264,000
1,138,000
9,000
1,241,000
232,000
497,000

44

Sale

10436

Pittsburgh Coal 6s......1949
Pittsburgh Steel 6s......1948

97

Sale

38

103 36

Sale

Sale

1939

7936 Sale
10536 Sale

8236 Sale'

102 36

Sale

1947

Power Corp of Can 4H* B 1959
Power Corp of N Y Atfs..l947
6H* series A
.....1942
Power Securities Corp 6s. 1949
Prussian Elec 6s
1954
-

2,004,000 St Louis Gas Ac Coke 6s..1947
732,000 Safe Harbor Water Pr 4H* *79
2,519,000 San Ant Pub Serv 5s
1958
58,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
190,000 Ssuda Falls Go As
1955
Saxon Public Works—

Sale

100

109]
101J

Seattle Ltg Co 5s....
1949
Second Internat Sec 5s..1948
Servel Inc As
1948
Shawlnlgan W At P 4H«—1967
A He series B

5s series

..

C............197A

Sale

100

Southeast P Ac L 6s
2025
Sou Calif Edison ref 5s__1954

3Ha
3H« B

May 1 I960

July 11960
Sou Calif Gas Corp 5s...1937
Sou Calif Gas Co 4Hs_—1961

Southern Counties Gas
1,205,000
of California 4H*
1968
350.000 Southern Ind G It E 5H*.1957

2,627,000 Southern Indiana Ry 4a. 1951
3,754,000 Southern Nat Gas 6s
1944
128,000
Stamped
..1944
476,000 S'western Assoc Tel 5s A. 1961

§836 Sale'
84

Sale

104 36

105

Sale
Sale

99

1,566,000 Southwestern

PkL 6s..2022

646,000 S'western Pub Serv 6s A.1945
479,000 Stsley (A E) Mfg 6s
1942

5,881.000

Standard Gas It Elec 6s..1935
6s Certifs of deposit
628,000
1935
Con* 6s
6s Con* ctfs of

Sale

83

Sale

79% Sale

10436 Nov.
10336

Sale"

7,173,000
6s............i.......1951
6s
6,450.000
1966
518,000 Standard Invest 5 Vis
1934
5s without warrants

55 36

2236

96
79

Sale

28J6

28

Sale

108

Sale

1236 Sale

10936 Sale

102
60

Sale

10336 Sale

Sale

65

98% Sale

Sale

100

Sale

103%

Sale"
5336

97

Sale

101%
105 36
98%
98 %
101 %

Sale'

9836

10336 Sale

1943

1*57

Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp
7s Oet l *36 without werr
91,000
7s stamped
357,000
1.
1936
7s 1946 without warrants..
43,000
636,000
7s stamped
1946
3,015,000 Super Power of 111 4Ha..l97f
_

^42,8,000
2,728,000

6s

Sale

10336 Sale

Sale

102

Sale

1968

80,000 Syracuse Ltg As B.......1957
1st 5c ret 5 Vis
104,000
1954

1,695,000 fenn Elec Power As...... .1956
862.000 Tenn Pub Serv As....... .1971
Ternl Hydro-Electric Co
6 Vis without warrants. .1953
931,000
6,701.000 Texas Elec Service 5s
.1964
291,000 Texas Gas Utilities 6s
.1945

5,327,000 Texas Power Ac Lt As..... .1956
452,000
6s.................... .2022
1,399,000
5s.......
1937
1,123,000 Thermoid Co 6sstamped. .1937
2,864,000 Tlds Wetsr Power As A... .197?
Toledo Edison Co—

2,694.000
7,782,000

1st mtgs gold As
.1962
Twin City Rap Tr 5 Vis A. 1952
804,000 Ulen Ac Co 6s stamped... .1944

6a 2d stamped......... .1944
357,000
170,000 Union Aaser Invest As A. .1948

31,000
324,000
265.000

352,000
462,000

102

Sale

10336 Sale

5736 Sale
60

Sale

5636 Sale

57

5136 Sale
5036 Sale

Sale
Sale

5336 Sale

94

96

54

4Hs
...

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561

1941
.1945

30
22
29

96
Jan.
28 36 J an.

30 10336 Nov. 12
Nov. 27 10736 Nov. 12
Nov. 13
5636 Nov. 25
10036 Nov. 29 10236 Nov. 13
Nov.
1{&V* Nov. 1 10136 Nov. 4
88
15
90
Nov. 29

Nov. 23 10336 Nov. 4
10336 Nov. 18 10336 Nov. 13
9436 Nov. 6 9836 Nov. 22
95
9236 Nov.
Nov. 8
92
Nov.
95
Nov.
1
102
10036 Nov.
Nov. 15
103 36 Nov.
10436 Nov. 27
Nov.
6236 Nov. 26
Nov.
59
Nov. 22
57
Nov.
6236 Nov. 26

ss

5536 Nov. 12

60

Nov. 27

56

Nov.

Sale

48

Nov.

2

Sale

60

Nov.

1

63

8

48

Nov,

2

48

Nov.
Nov.

5336 Sale

Jan.

90

4

Jan.

Apr.
90
Apr.
98
Apr.
9136 Apr.
47

Jan.

73 'V Jan.
6436 Jan.
105

Nov.

9636 Oct.
96% Oct.
101
Sept.

9736 Jan.
9636 Jan.
10536 July
25
81

Mar.
Feb.

Feb.

80]
63]

Jan.

93

Jan

92]
71]

Jan.
Jan.

60

Jan.

49

Jan.

77

Jan.

103

July
3736 Feb.
48

Oct.

3736 Feb.
4736 Oct.

105

10436

93
81

:

Sale

10536

Sale"

Sale
Sale

4336 Sale
99

Sale

Sale

3636 Sale
100

Sale

Sale*

Sale
7036 Sale

"97"' Sale'

21 10736 Nov. 19

8134 Nov.

8

3636 Nov. 29

4936 Nov.

Nov.
1 100
Nov. 29
32
Nov. 27 10436
10136 Nov. 4 103
105
Nov. 19 10536
Nov. 14 100

28
104

79

Sale

70

Sale

77

Sale

69

Sale

7536 Sale

6

8236 Jan.
85

Jan.

4336 Apr.
3436 May
May
2936 May
8536 Jan.
10036 Jan.

101

Sale

112;

Sale

4436 Sale

114

Sale

3936 Sale

38

Nov. 29

107

x

Jan.

Feb.

3636 Nov.

Feb.

16
27
8
26
14
16

Sept. 24
Sept. 11
Nov. 30
Nov. 22

Nov. 29
Nov. 27

63

Aug. 14
12
30
13
Aug. 20

99

Nov. 21

m Aug.
July
m Aug.

102% Nov.
108
99

8

Feb. 23
Nov. 13

9836 Nov. 13
10236 Mar. 21
10636 July 29
105

Aug. 15

110

Jan.

63

10

Aug. 27

10236 Nov. 13
10136 Nov. 4
90

Nov. 29
Aug. 26
Sept.17
9836 Nov. 22
9536 Aug. 8
9636 Oct. 26
10236 Oct. 31
106
Mar. 27

i8tS

68

59
68
60

Jan.
2
Nov. 22
Jan.
2
Nov. 27

Aug. 12
Aug. 12
Nov. 27
Nov. 29

Aug. 12
Oct. 21

63
51

Nov.

55

7
7
Nov. 30

Feb.

8
19

Aug.
5336 Sept.
105

10636 Aug. 22
10536 Nov. 30
10956 July 10)
10836 Feb. 11

10056 July
8536 July

10
8

7536 Feb.
7
10036 Aug. 29
105

8336 Jan.

103

5
7

100

Nov. 21

Nov. 7
Nov. 15
Nov. 20
Nov. 18

3236 Nov. 20

"3236 Sale"

June

as

24
25
Mar. 4
Feb. 19
Feb. 25
Oct.

Nov. 13
Nov.
1

Nov.
1
78
Nov. 19
Nov.
1
7736 Nov. 20
Nov. 18 10136 Nov. 19

7 10536
10536 Nov. 20 10736
10536 Nov. 13 107
11236 Nov. 1 11436

Jan.

106

Oct.

8536 Jan.
13 36 Jan.
9456 Jan.

Nov. 21
9736 Nov. 19

10536 Nov.
106'

8
9
Nov. 16
Nov. 20

86

10636 Apr.

8

8

Nov.

10636 Nov. 21 10736 Nov. 4
6736 Nov. 7 8136 Nov. 29
70
69

Sil

2536 Mar.
2336 Jan.

8

Nov.

g*

56

Nov. 6
Nov. 30
Nov. 8
Nov. 30
Nov. 21

Nov. 15

4 10536 July
9
3 10336 Nov. 29
14 107
Oct. 11

61

47
21 105
25 10536
2 10536
19 108

8

156 Nov. 15

6036
9636
9836
5936
4836

1

14
5

8936 Nov.
8536 Nov.

Feb.

2

Oct.

Jan.

Nov.

102

Mar.

8

Nov. 20

13336 Oct. 17
10536 July
5
10936 July 16
104
July
"
103
July
10236 July
104
July
10536 Nov.

32

9436 Nov.

96

10636 Sale

99

31

Nov. 18
7836 Nov. 16

10536 Sale"

107

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

92

10436 Sale" 10436
89
Sale
97 H Sale

4436
10336
10436
10436
10736
10636

5

8

36

4436 Sale

14 10334
4 10434

5636 Nov. 8
9636 Nov. 27
9836 Nov. 29
Nov.

24
31
9

June 14 1436 Aug.
May 15,10936 June
Jan.
2 105
July
Jan.
2 126
June
Sept. 17 111
Jan.

9636 Nov.
101

13
25
15

July

7036 Nov. 12
89 H

1036 Feb.

27

Nov. 27
99
Nov. 13
Nov. 4 9836 Nov. 13
Nov. 9 10136 Nov.
1
Nov. 13 10636 Nov. 2

51

11

25

60

5036 Sale

Sale

.1957

As series BJ
.1967
United Elec of N J 4s
.1949
United El Serv (Unas) 7s. .1956
Without warrants....

Nov,

Nov. 21
Jan.

Oct.

25 100
Mar. 25
83
Oct.
1 11336
Nov. 27 4336
Aug. 15 3436

3036 Aug.

888

71

Jan.

3136
11136
3236
2536

13
21
21

47

Sale

82

Apr.

108

Nov.
Nov.
94
Nov.
96
Nov.
5036 Nov
4536 Nov. 19

Union Electric Lt Ac Pow
(Mo)
As series A............ .1954

81,000 United Indue 6H*
1st 6s
185,000
For footnote

Sale

Sale

Jan.

Jan.

7

51

98
95

101
86
102

Nov.

107

10336 Sale

Jan.

6
10536
9236
10736

10336 Nov.

161"" Sale"

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

6
Nov. 30
Nov. 11
Nov. 13

103

103 %

1941

4 Vis

Nov.

3336
1836
1836
103%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
99
Nov.
10336 Nov.
99
Nov.
5336 Nov.

9836
9836
10136
10536

"53"" Sale"
101 % Sale
101 % Sale

15

Jan.

9336
9436
7936
5536
5336
5036

1
8

4

Jan.

80

15
8
8

9636 Nov. 2 99
Nov. 21
9936 Sale'
9936 Nov. 15 10236 Nov. 8
105
Nov. 18 10536 Nov.
1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Jan.

9036 Jan.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
107
Nov.
10036 Nov.
,88** Nov.
105
Nov.
10036 Nov.
5336 Nov.

3236 Nov.
1836
1736
10236
5936
9636
106%
9836

Jan.

89
81

10336 Nov. 29

1236 Nov. 8 1336
10636 Nov. 14 108
101
Nov. 26 10336
12436 Nov 13 12436
10936 Nov. ljllO

10136 Sale

118

8036 Jan.

4 10636 Nov.

7
2

19

2936 Aug.
8
42
Feb. 19
10336 Nov. 22 10636 May
6

19
25

Nov. 29
97
Nov. 4
7636 Nov. 26 8136 Nov. 8
11236 Nov. 29 11336 Nov. 7
3236 Nov. 27 3536 Nov. 15
28
Nov. 19 28
Nov. 19

3236 Sale

23

Feb.

13

95

Sale

100

1937

11,973,000 Stand Power Ac Lt 6s
302,000 Standard Telep 5H* A

4

76

23

6 10536 Nov. 14

9856 Nov.

10636 Nov.

1935

deposit.1935

10136
10336
10336 Nov. 26 10536
98% Nov.
1 102
1
83% Nov.
803' Nov.
1
8536
76
Nov. 1
8136

100% Sale
86 36 Sale

8036 Sale
76 H Sale

102
102

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Feb.
Oct.

July

June

Jan.

4836 Nov.
3336 Nov.

3236 Nov. 23

33

Nov.

6(

9

8836
10636
10736
10536

7836 Mar. 28
10436 Jan.

Nov. 29
Nov.
1

31

Nov.

35
105

Nov.
Jan.

8936 Nov. 20

Nov.
100
Nov.
9936 Nov.
103
Nov.

101 % Sale
103% Sale

Sale

2,353,000 fouthwestern Gkl As..1957
5s series B............1957
1,138,000
1,686,000 Southwestern L At P As..1957
598,000 S'western Nat Gas 6s....1945

June

7036 Nov. 12

8

100

Sale

9936 Sale
103 36

1947

Soil Carolina Power Aa..l957

4

Sale

197*

Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s

m

10836 Nov.

196S

4H* •eries D

Apr.

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

Sale

105

Jan.

10836 Feb. 21
9836 Nov. 27

Apr.

106
102

Mar. 15

7536

Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov. 21
Nov.
8
Nov. 8

131
Nov. 29 13336 Nov. 16
10436 Nov. 26 105
Nov.
4

108 36 Sale

w w

1943

Nov.
Jan.

10436 Nov. 12
1

99
Nov. 8
31
3136 Nov. 15
10336 Nov. 22 10536 Nov. 1

6s without warrants... 1935

Scripps (E W) Co 5Ha

Nov.
Nov.

78
105

96

6s....................1937
Schulte Real Est 6s

27

8636 Nov.

3136 Sale
10536 Sale

ofNH4H* B..1957

Reliance Management 5a.i954
70,000
With warrants
371,000 Rochester Cent Pow As A 1953
322,000 Rochester Ry Ac Lt As....1954
266,000 Ruhr Gas Co6H»
1953
105,000 Ruhr Housing 6H* A....1958

S§*

Nov.

6

76

98

616,000 Quebec Power 5s........1968
925,000 Queens Boro G Ac B AH*-1952
200,000
4Ks....
1958

539.000

9536 Nov.

88% Sale

......

305,000

106

Nov.

67

6% perpetual certificates

5,775,000

10636 July 12 109

Nov.
8
Nov. 9
Nov.
6
Nov. 27
Nov. 20

7sstampea........»«..1947

861,000

1,363,000
11,587,000
911,000
1,292,000
549,000
233,000
1,521,000

Nov.

48
105

Nov.
105
Nov,
10236 Nov.

.....1961

Potomac Elec Power As_.1936

658,000 Pub Serv of Nor Ills As C.1966
2,087,000
As
1956
1,239,000
4H« series D__
1978
1,925,000
4Jis series E..........1980
4 V£s series P
5,335,000
19*1
1,950,000 Pub Serr of Okie As D
1957
776,000
5s series C
.....1961
1,335,000 Pub Serr Subsfd *H* A..1949
9,759,000 Puget Sound P Ac L 5Hs„1949
2,716,000
5s series C
1950
5,485,000
4H* series D
1950

143,000
47,000
261,000
1,445,000
3.630,000
5,000
451,000
3,929,000
886,000
811,000
1,281,000
205,000

136 Mar. 12
836 Aug. 17
11136 May 10 11436 Mar. 4
10736 Apr. 18 11136 July 18
7536 Jan.
2
9036 Sept. 13

§836 Sale"

Pub Service Co of N J—

.

436 Nov. 18
636 Nov. 8
112
Nov. 21 11236 Nov.
8
10936 Nov. 8 11036 Nov. 1
8736 Nov. 16 90
Nov. 27

27
102

Portland Gas Ac Coke As. 1940
Potomac Edison As ser E.1956

Pub Ser

Sale Prices

3536 Nov.
10336 Nov.

Sale

1953

series F

Highest

Sale Prices

10736 Nov. 22 108

112

Sale

10736 Sale

6H) class A
I960
1,630,000 Piedmont Ac Northern As. 1954

Poor & Co 6s

Lowest

Sale Prices

106

1st Ac refunding 4XI..1957
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co

Pomeranla Elec Co 6s

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale
Sale

89"" Sale"

1,101,000

Potrero Sugar 1st 7s

1

Lowest

Ask

5

Phlla Rapid Transit (s.,1962
Pblla Suburb Cos GkB

178,000
1,328,000
192,000
483,000
1,786,000
988,000
1,097,000
210,000
125,000
128,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

Nov.30 1935

$

55

July 1 1933

CURB EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

1,783,000 Peoples Lt k Pow 5«
626,000 Phila Electric Co 5i
1,485,000 Pblla Elec Power 5 H*

EXCHANGE

10336 Jan.
67

Jan.

7636 Jan.
10536 Jan.
45 36 Jan.

4236 Apr.
54
Aug.
9436 Jan.

10536 Nov.
10536 Sept.
104

Apr.
10834 Jan.

32

Nov. 16
Oct. 29

July
10656 Aug.

9856 July 15
108

Sept.

6

Nov. 29
Nov. 19
7736 Nov. 20
102
Oct.
3

§IM
78

10836 Feb. 13
10756 Mar. 1
10836 Feb. 25
116
July 11

AGGREGATE

CURB EXCHANGE

YOEK

NEW

56

PRICES IN

Low from

SALES

NEW YORK -

CURB

Since

EXCHANGE

?;K

Bid

>

,

26

346,000

7834

Sale*

60

8934

9354 Sale

I!*

87 34 Sale

91

92

5a .series

75
52
45

9434 Sale
87

Sale

45

1946
5s aeries B...-.......-1950

6s

90

Sale

Sale
Sale

87
92

Waldorf Astoria Corp—

1937
Wash Gas Light Co 5s_..1958
Wash Rj A Klec 4s
1951
Wash Water Power 5a
1960
Western Newspaper Union—
Cony deb 6s
1944
6s registered
1944

513,000 Ward Baking Co 6s

1,347,000
226,000

1,334,000

1,037,000
1,000
3,294,000
655,000
5,494,000
2,114,000
31,000
184,000
1,080,000
1,584,000
1,398,000

West Penn Traction
West United G

34

9734 Sale

96~~

1941
1954

10534 Sale

61
52

Wisconsin P & L 5s ser

6s Series

Sale

106

644,000 Yadkin Rlwr Power 5s.. 1941
1937
2,037,000 York RysCoSs

101
100

1063
1033

sw

Sale

10354 Sale

Sale

Jan.

2
8

Nov. 20

Nov. 30

7
10534 Nov. 25
10634 Nov. 26

Jan.

99

9634 Jan.

7

21

•

33

5934 Feb. 20

July

33
9934
10534
8654
10554

Oct.

Nov.

102

Nov. 14
Nov. 14

75

10
15

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

Nov. 30

May
1
10634 Mar. 23
10634 Nov. 26

108

7634 Jan.

10234

9934 Nov.
9934 Nov.

30
Nov. 19
10634 Aug.
6
10634 Aug. 23
106
Nov. 30
4 10634 Oct. 31

6334 Jan.
84
Jan.
63
Jan.
9134 Jan.
10634 Mar.
10434 Feb
94
Jan.

107

18
9
5

9934 July
8834 July
95
July

3

5
Apr.
10434 Feb.
10034 Jan.

8
9834 Nov.
10534 Nov. 20

ilfi

8

5634 Jan.
6834 Jan.

73

Nov. 19
Nov. 21
vTov.
4
Nov. 30

Nov.

Feb.

Oct. 16
8634 Nov. 16 100
9534 Jan.
4 10334 June 13

3534 Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

.

Nov. 14

102

Jan.

10234 Nov. 14

Nov.

8 10634 Nov. 26

9634 Jan.

2 10634 Oct. 31

10634 Nov.
10334 Nov.

10634 Nov. 7
10334 Nov. 20

9534 Jan.
9434 Jan.

Oct.
5
2 107
2 10434 Sept. 10

106

70

30
Nov.
10534
Nov.
Nov. 20 106
Nov. 14 106
Nov. 18 10634

Nov.

106

9954 Sale
99 34 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

7834

A............1952

Nov. 15

8034 Nov.

Sale

Wisconsin Pub Senr—......

644,000

Nov. 15

10634 Nov. 20

105

104

61

92

107

102

104

106

6

Nov. 18

10034 Nov. 2
9334 Nov. 30

Sale
Sale

2

9334 Nov. 26
9934 Jan.
2
9834 Jan.
9
98
Jan.
2
9834 Jan.
7
10034 Nov. 26
62
Jan.
7
55
Jan.
5
10434 Jan.
3
104
May
7

4

Nov.

106

9434 Nov.

107

97

Nov.

106

8334 Sale
10554 Sale

Sale

81

10334

3234 Nov. 19

23

Jan.

30

8

9634 Nov. 30
10234 Nov. 4

Sale

100

5s...1944
E.1956
1958

10634 Sale

102

60
41
64

5s..1960

Wheeling Elec Co 5s
Wis Elec Pow 5s A..

5s series F

3454 Sale

4634

A
1957
*E5HsA 65

Wis Minn Lt 8c Pow

Sale

106

10634 Sale

21

West Texas Utll 5s

10534
10534
10534
10534

105J4 Sale

83
75

..2030

West Penn Klec 5s..

17

4 34
9254
76

1954

1st 7s with warrants

329,000

Jan.

3934 Mar. 18
56
May
8
8234 Jan.
8

8634 Nov. 16 9934 Nov. 2
10254 Nov. 12 10234 Nov. 12
9434 Nov.
1 9734 Nov. 14
Nov. 1
86
Nov.
6 87
8934 Nov. 6 9234 Nov. 29

76

-1937
58,000 Valvoline Oil 7$
184,000 Vamma Water Power 5H* *57
2,480,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5Ha A..1946

7034 Nov. 8
6734 Nov. 8
9934 Nov. 29
84
Nov. 8
56
May
8
10434 Nov. 20
6834 Nov. 8
9634 Nov. 30
10334 Sept. 4
104
Oct. 11
106
Nov.
6
106
Nov. 18
103
Feb.
7
9354 Nov. 30
92
Nov. 15
10934 July 10
10834 July 17

Mar. 19

Nov.

68

10234 Nov.
103
Nov.
10324 Nov.
10434 Nov.
10034 Nov.
8934 Nov.
8734 Nov.
107
Nov.
106
Nov.

Sale

104

60

.....

Nov.

62

9334 Nov.

9624 Sale

Sale Prices

■

Nov. 20

104

Sale

29
28
78

7034 Nov. 8
6734 Nov. 8
9934 Nov. 29
84
Nov.
8

1
1
4

7734 Nov. 25

Sale
62

Lowest
Sale Prices

10134 Nov.

60

1939
Serial 6H% notes
1940
Series 6s...
1936
Utah Power A Light 4H»1944
6s series A
2022
UtlcaGaa&El 0s E
1952

1,661,000

Sale

as

Serial *H% notes

803,000

78

Highest
Sale Prices

6534 Nov.
6134 Nov.
9624 Nov.

Sale
6454 Sale

Sale
Sale

25
93 %
60

Serial *H% notes..... 1938

490,000
553,000
355,000
337,000
1,051,000
33,000
65,000

61 %
97

31

9,239,000 United Lt A Rya 5Hi.. 1-1953
5Hs registered
1952
3,000
5s series A
.....1952
2,171,000
Deb As series A
—1475
1,254,000
58,000 U S & British Internat 5s 1948
406,000 U S Rubber 6H% notes..1937

Ask

Ask Bid
67 34
Sale

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

1

60

iU-1959

5H»

65 34

2634

197*

—.—.^i.-1975

Deb 6«

Nov

Nov.30 1935

Jan. 1

BONDS (Concluded)—
$
2,492,000 United Lt & Pow 6H>

1

RANGE—SINCE JAN.

NOVEMBER

July 1 1933

.

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

Agrtcul Mtge Bk Rep of

Col—

1534

1534~Njv.~26

17

±<Tov.26

21

2534 Nov.

27

Nov. 16

Buenos Aires (Prov)

7Hs stamped

1,043,000
721,000

7s stamped

.....

6134 Sale

2734
25 34

1947
1952

Cauca V adey (Deptof) Rep of
Colombia extl s f 7s..

171,000

8c
Pror Banks 6s.........1951
314,000
6s
1952
222,000
382,000 Danish Cons Munlc 5H«-1955
5s
1953
106,000
Danxlg P 8c Wat'way Bd
external a f 6H>
1952
319,000
1,229,000 German Cons Munlc 7a..l947
6a.
1947
1,066,000
266,000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s...1939
1949
227,000 Hanover (Prov) 6Ha
213,000 Lima (City), Peru. 6Hs..l958

Nov. 15

3234 Nov. 27
3134 Nov. 20

30
22

88

88
i*

283
283

HP

Sale
Sale

2834 Sale
2834 Sale

Nov.
8
Nov. 29

65

9534 Sale

Nov. 18

95

18
Apr. 15
1534 Nov. 26
2134 Aug.
8

38

6334 Nov. 6
6134 Nov. 12

59
54

Jan. 22
Apr.
4

734 Nov. 20

7

Nov. 15

3334 Nov. 15
9534 Nov. 19
9134 Nov. 15
66

234 Nov. 27

4

3534 Nov.

Certificates of deposit
112,000
1958
36,000 Maranhao (State) 7s
7s coupon off
1958
67,000
141,000 Medellln (Colombia) 7s..1951
Mendosa (Prov) Argentina

834 Sale

"8 34

2834 Nov.
2834 Nov.

2634 Nov. 15
934 Nov. 19
8
Nov.
8
1334 Nov. 20

2634 Nov.
12
Nov.
9
Nov.
1434 Nov.

7354 Sale
65

Sale

13
13

7Ha
1951
7Hs stamped
1951
Mtge Bank of Bogota—
7s issue of May 1927....1947
170,000
7s issue of Oct 1927
1947
92,000

13

Sale

1034 Sale

73
623

426,000 Mtge Bank of Chile 6a...1931
406,000 Mtge Bank of Denmark 6sl972
293,000 Parana (Stateof). Bras 7s.*58
Coupon off.............

88

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

6

25

June 20
June 25

11

Jan.

3

5534 Jan.

14

■

Feb. 28

72

3834 Feb. 16

15

9854 Jan.
9334 Jan.

14
21

Feb.

5

37
39
8

34

Feb. 16
Feb.
5
Feb.
7

1
6

1034 Nov. 9
88
Nov. 1
934 Nov. 15

934 Nov. 25

Sept. 27
Aug. 12
103
834 Nov. 19

July 29
1034 July 12
3
1734 Jan.
1554 Jan.
3
13
Feb. 14

7634 Nov. 30
6634 Nov. 26

7334 Nov.
6434 Nov.
13
13

Jan.

70
66

Aug.
2234 Aug.
3034 Jan.
21
Aug.

26
27

834 Nov. 19
7634 Sale

34

5434 Aug.
23

1
1

934 Sale

26
23

64,000
483,000

Sale

11

434
334
1034

16
4

49

23

21

3

3534 Jan.

Aug.
9
9234 May 18
86
Apr. 26

30

Nov. 27

6
6

2734 Nov.
2734 Nov.

Jan.

3434 Jan.

A

6034 Nov. 15
5934 Nov. 23
7

7% Sale

.1948

Cent Bk of German State

4

15^>ov.
26

Nov. 20

18

Nov. 18

15

15

20-year 7s
Jan 15 1946
62,000
7s with coupon.......1946
4,000
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1947
66,000
1951
191,000 Baden (Germany) 7s

5234 Jan. 17
4434 Jan. 21

7634 Nov. 30
6634 Nov. 26

26
26
21
16
23

Oct. 25
Oct. 25
1034 Nov. 9
8234 Oct.
8
934 Nov. 15
934 Aug. 27

24

Feb.

13

1434 Nov. 21

1034 Sept. 27
1034 Aug. 13
1
Sept. 12
> 34 Sept. 21
34 Sept. 25
34 Aug. 27

1534 Jan.

3

Jan.
2
4334 Oct. 17
934 Mai-. 8
10
Mar. 21

60
5334
1134
1234

16
1634
1134
9034
1234

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

63
53
103

25

Mar. 26
Mar. 19

13
13

12

Jan.

23

2434 Jan.
1334 Jan.

12
24

Jan.

14

94

1454 Feb. 18

177,Q00

182,000

Rio de Janeiro

1134 Nov. 14

1054

6HS.....1959

Coupon off.*;.............
Russian Govt 6H«--1919
Certificates of deposit..*
3,349,000
5Hs
1921
600,000
Certificates of deposit...

127,000
318,000

I
54

1,064,000

Santa Fe (City)

13

Republic extl 7s
1945
7s stamped
1945
130,000
205,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s_..._. 1949
7s
1961
116,000

No par

Sold under the rule.
Deferred delivery sale,
Sold for cash.
Ex-dividend.

a
r

X

4334
5 34
5 34

Baldwin

*

value,

Nov.

1

Sale

1

at

134 Sale

"~2~~"Nov.~20
4
1

134 Nov .21
134 Nov. 21
134 Nov. 20

4934 Nov.
1034 Nov. 18
1034 Nov. 13

6s

w

w

1938,

i*

Cincinnati Stock

"

Works,

Cleveland Stock

»

Colorado Springs
Denver Stock

i«

-•

The National Securities Exchanges on which low
prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated by
superior figures in tables), are as follows:

"cod," certificates of deposit
"cons," consolidated.
"cum," cumulative.
"conv." convertible.
-♦
"m," mortgage.
"n-v." non-voting.
"vtc," voting trust certificates.
"w 1," when issued.
"w w." with warrants.
"x-w,
without warrants.

i

New York Produce

*

New York Real Estate

■

Baltimore Stock

•

Boston Stock

i

Buffalo Stock

•

California Stock
Chicago Stock
Chicago Board of Trade

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account
taken in computing range, are given below:

•

is

*•
«

Chicago Curb

i»

»

22
.

•

r

Stock
Curb

Minneapolis-St. Paul
22

New York Curb

*

-

Los Angeles
Los Angeles

;

Stock

Detroit Stock

w

2>

New York Stock
*

46

Nov. 25
53
Nov.
11
Nov.
1034 Nov. 13

60

Nov.

57

57
Sale
4954 Sale
11
Sale

Locomotive
57.

134 Nov.
34 Nov.
134 Nov.
1
Nov.

Gypsum Lime & Alabastine, Nov. 12 at 5.
Poor & Co. 6s 1939, Nov. 8 at 10434.

Abbreviations Used Above'.




;;

Argentina

264,000

n

Sale

2

Stock
Philadelphia Stock
Pittsburgh Stock
Richmond Stock

New Orleans

24

St. Louis Stock

22

Salt Lake City Stock

22

San Francisco Stock

22

San Francisco

,

Curb
Mining

22

San Francisco

22

Seattle Stock

M

Spokane Stock
Washington (D. O.)

si

Stock

* Apr. 24
454 Jan.
2
2
454 Jan.
5
Jan.
2

14

4% Jan.

3

Nov. 25
June 4
Aug. 21
July 10

o
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

I:"

Stock

Sales

November..

AGGREGATE
In

November

1935

1934

...-Shares 1,915,000

Jan. 1 to Nov.

30..............10,996,000

SALES

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

Bond

1935

Low from

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July T 1933

BONDS

Nov. 1

Nov.ZQ 1935

Nov. 30

Brown

Lowest

20

18

74
73
73
73

May

70

Oct.

18
May
6
75
Aug. 17
74X June
5
7534 Sept. 12

24

.

Pure Oil

36

1034 Sale

72

Nov. 27

72 X Nov. 14

ImNov'zo I6m"Nov."36

12

15

1950

208 So La Salle St Bldg—
1st mtge 534>
.......1958

Shares.

1,560

"""590
450

5,050

"7',906
30

""820
4,620
19,650
40,450

"3",900

Shares.
16,720
13,550
5,070
12,000
34,750
220
56,015
1,530
230
21,340

5,080
108,950
88,750
9,300
28,600
800

STOCKS

1534
5

Advanced Alum Castings.—5

Ainsworth Mfg Corp com..10
Allied Products Corp cl A._*

pref
*
Amer Fura Mart Bldg pfd.100
American Pub Serr pref..100
conv

Amer-Yvette Co Inc com
1
Armour 8c Co common......5
Asbestos Mfg Co

com
...1
Associates Invest Co com...*

New......................

Assoc Tel Utll Co com...*,..*
06 con* pref A...
550
_.....*

$6

cum

prior pref

3,440 Backstay Welt Co

Sale

20

common. .*

Balaban 8c Katz pref

Nov. 15 127

534
454

1634 Nov. 25

554
"434

5

Nov. 15

454 Nov. 23

Nov.

9

1854 Nov.
7
554 Nov. 15
534 Nov.
1

60

Called
*
—

*

Class B

*

3X May
IX Mar.
Feb.

45

Oct.

22

3534 Nov.

12

Jan.

3634 Oct.

25

32

18

Jan.

32

3334

i

—

—

34
X
434 Sale
434 Sale

3534
—-

5
434

534
4X

3334 Nov.

2

X Nov.
434 Nov.
4X Nov.

6
1
1

37

1
Nov. 26

Nov. 18

54 Nov. 7
534 Nov. 22
554 Nov.
4

23
73

X Jan,
zx Apr.

Nov.

Jan.

Nov.

Jan.

554

Sale

"Io""No"vri

2

34 Sale

334 Nov. 29

17 J4

Sale
Sale

6X Sale
Sale

434
234

Sale
3

60
Sale
my2 no
107X 108X
1534
16
2935 Sale
25 X Sale
15 X Sale

8

ux
19X
1734 Nov. 7 2254
100
Nov.
100X
1 100
534
5X Nov. 29
634
20 X Sale
20 X Nov. 29
23
Nov.
6X Sale
1
734
3
4 H
Nov. 14
434
62 X Sale
58
Nov. 13
6434
108 X Nov. 21 110
108X 110
_____

lH

16

17

28

Sale

28

Sale

1034 Sale
21X

15X
25X
2434
10 X

Nov. 4
Nov. 12
Nov. 2
Nov. 30

Nov. 14
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1

7
7
25

15

Feb.

2

,54

27
25
23

1654 Nov. 27
3034 Nov. 22
31

Nov. 21

1734 Nov.

1

Sale

834

Sale

754 Nov.

4

854 Nov* 14

234 Sale

254
Sale
17

234 Nov.

1

3

Sale

134
4334
1654

41
16

Sale

56

Sale

4834 Nov.

Nov.

1

Nov. 7
46
Nov. 25
17
Nov.
1
5954 Nov. 22

Oct.

134 Jan.
2834 Jan.
107 3^

Oct.

6

15

34

1
Sale

14

134
1534

1

34 Nov. 20
15

Nov.

1

5

20
—-

37 X
40 X

10354
X
—

Sale
Sale
2234
8

40
Sale
-----

134
4834

Sale
Sale

21

Sale

834

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

6

2554 Nov.
834 Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov. 4

4034 Nov.

8

37

40

37

3834

4034

40

39

X

434
4434

22

23

23
15
8 113

653!

30
31

Sale
2734

4

Jan.

15

34
1734
1134
1334

Apr. 27
Jan.
Apr.
Jan.

17
2

Jan.

4

Feb.

16
8

9

33
33

334 Nov. 1
4434 Nov. 27

3154 Nov. 26

434
4634
2634
3534

31

35

Nov.

4

Nov. 26

31

Nov. 21

3
46

Nov.

Nov. 14
Oct.

1

17

1

Sept.19
May 10
May 25

24

Nov. 25
Oct.

30

5954 Nov. 22
134
1554
1634
34

Nov. 6
Nov. 14
May 17
Aug. 22

8

Jan.

12

2

Nov.

8

1254 Jan.

16

51

Nov.

8

8

Nov. 29
1

Mar. 16

154 Jan.
7
X Feb, 16
21X Jan.
1834 Jan.
June

ol

9

Nov. 6
Nov.
6
Nov. 27
Nov. 4
Nov.
7

34 Feb. 18
Mar. 4
54 Mar. 1
1
Apr. 27
29
12

Jan.

14

Oct.

1

Jan.

2554 Nov.

8
12
Aug. 12
34 Feb. 16

39

Oct.

30

4034 Oct. 29
June 10

10 102

1

23

Nov. 27
Oct. 22
Mar. 13

8
8

X
234
Sale

21

5
Apr. 15 1734
22
1
1554 Feb.
9
8
454 Jan.
101
May 25 101
5% Aug. 2
854

102

334 Sale
4534 Sale

3534 Sale
3134
33

2
51

4

1

105

X
2X

25

9

IX Nov. 30

29

Oct.

Nov. 25

610734 June25 108
July
1
7
1334 Jan.
3
1734 Oct.
1434 Jan. 15 3034 Oct. 28

134 Nov. 6
1554 Nov. 14

43 X Nov.
20
Nov.

754 Oct.

22

Aug. 22

154
4334

2254 Nov. 14
July 19

5 100

Feb.

34

Nov. 13

22

334 Nov. 29

Mar. 13

234 Jan.

July 17
May 17
July 23

ib$

Jan.

12

4

16

July
3654 Oct.

June

11
May
87X Feb.
234 July

7
3

Nov.

149

Feb.
10

26

Nov. 18

631

Mar.

Feb.

Common

Participation preferred...*
2,500
Certificates of deposit...
1,650
572,659 Chic Corp common........1
Preferred
65,320
....•
1,140 Chicago Electric Mfg A.....*
17,150 Chicago Flexible Shaft com.5
5
66,850 Chicago Mall Order com

37

Feb.

49

4,580 Chain Belt Co com..—.*
3,070 Cherry Burrell Corp com
*
Preferred
10
..100
Chic City 8c Con Ry—

334 Jan.

Jan.

29

Nov. 26

Apr.

Sale

Common. ................I
23,210
Convertible preferred....*
13,700
7,060 Central Ind Power pref. .100
80 Cent Pub Utll Corp v t c com 1
284,150 Central S W (Jtll com ......1
Prior Hen preferred..
*
33,110
Preferred
*
24,800
1,950 Central States Pr 8c Lt pref.*
130 Central States Utll $7 pref..*

Apr.

79

~3154 Sale" _2934 Sale" "29"~~Nov.~30 "3234 "Nov." 19

17

....

9

Nov. 23

22

Bracb 8c Sons (K J) com

Nov.

May ,4
2234 May 29
654 May 16
534 Oct. 21

Nov. 16

LOO

Brown Fence 8c Wire cl A

127
55

31

Bendii Aviation Corp com..5

Berghoff Brewing Co
1
Blnks Mfg Co cl A cv pref..*
Borg-Warner Corp com
10
7% preferred.
.100

Jan.

42? 34 Jan.
12
Mar.

21

41

110,000
8,900
360
1,200
1,250

c95

Sale

100
Bastian-BlesslngCocom....*

900

18

—-

Central III Pub Serv pref...*
Cent 111 Secur Corp—

31,950
1,670
1,730
300

9

3434

3,170 Cent Cold Storage Co com.20

800

26

3134

2,740 Canal Const Co conv pref...*
28,900 Castle Ac Co (A M) com
10

7,460

July
3
10X Nov. 30
14 34 June 22

99% Aug,

19

820
7,050

53,090

Sale

16

6

48,500

320

105

534 Sale

Bruce Co (E L) com
*
20 Bucyrus-Monighan class A..*
970 Bunte Bros common.......10
Preferred
50
...........100
286,450 Butler Bros............10

4,970

June 19

27

3234 Apr. 10

....*

07 cumul prior pref...—..*
1,640
109,820 Automatic Products com
5
530 Automatic W asher conv pf. *

1,490
30,350
290,750
101,680
4,540
204,450
2,730
320
5,700
28,950
46,355
35,580

125

25
Adams (J D) Mfg com
*
Adams Royalty Co com.....*

30

77

834 May 15
1434 June 22
95
Aug. 21

Par

Abbott Laboratories com...*
Acme Steel Co

Altorfer Bros

6
22

Jan. 16
62
68
Mar. 11
Jan.
67
9
18 X Jan. 18

2634 Feb.

evt 4S..1938

4J£s (w w)

Highest
Sale Prices
95
June 18

7134

1st mtge 5s ctf of dep..1927
5s series A
1927
Con mtf»e 5s B
..1927

Metrop West Side

1

Sale Prices
95
June 18

17
71
70
71

1927

Certificates of deposit. 1927
Chicago Railways 5s
1927

4",666

Highest
Sale Prices

Paper Mills Inc 6s.l939

Chic City & Con Ry 5S..1927

T,o66

Lowest
Sale Prices

Chics go City Ry 5s

$31,000
777,000

406,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

.•

1934

$5,000

......

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

':V,

'
;---4

Sales

November.

510,000
9,477,000

V

7

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE

15
Mar. 13

34 Feb.
234 July
May
434 Nov.
46J4 Nov.
2634 Nov.
3634 Oct.
2

35

Nov.

18
8
24
6
6
27
22
7

Chic Nor Sh AMllw—

170

5,650

35,850

Prior lien preferred
100
Chicago & N W Ry Com..100

70 Chicago Rys part ctfs 1
40

20 Chic Rap Tran

1,430

1,580 Chicago Towel Co

conv

pref *

369,750 Cities Service Co com
39,520 Club Aluminum Uten Co

For footnotes

see

page




59

.*

*

Sale

*34

100

pref A..100

13,390 Chic Rivet 8c Machine cap..*

400

83,650
11,850

pr

334

100

Part certificates "2"

"IX

2434

2554

34 Feb. 18

334 Nov. 25
34 Aug.

34 Mar.
2334
99

254
134

25
9934
Sale
Sale

99

300

254
.234

Sale

234

24

Nov.

99

Nov. 14 100

234 Nov.
134 Nov.

8

1
1

2734 Nov. 14
Nov. 18

334 Nov. 8
334 Nov. 25

13

80

Mar.

Jan.

54 Apr.
34 May

554 Jan.
8
1
July 24
34 Aug. 31

•

■

.

•'

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.

CHICAGO

58
CHICAGO

In

STOCKS

Nov.30 1935

Jan. 1

70

3,250
200

25

820

-

35
Sale

97

1,160
54,300
26,900
190
150

72,270 Dayton Rubber MW

26,100
4,000

8,545

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

35

Nov.

94% Nov. 14

98

Nov, 20

30

31

Nov. 13

Nov. 27

Nov. 12

Nov. 25
Nov. 29

70

4
Sale
Sale

5

22%

Sale

116

117

107%
2%

8%

9%

18

pref—

Sale

6

3,090

150

1,420
7,210
250

20
610
30

1,770
20,700
5,700

3%

Nov. 21

.....

7
9% Sale

18

26

24% Sale

Corp..—5

El Household Utll

18%

Sale

15

31%

31

1

37,230 Elgin Nat Watch Co

83

19%

Nov.

8

9% Nov.

1

10% Nov.
21% Nov.

Nov. 21

3% Nov.

4
6

9

9%
19

"*9%
21

25% Sale
Sale

18

31%; 32

9% Nov. 13

Nov. 20
Nov.
1

10

20

Nov. 20

20% Nov. 22

23

Nov.

25% Nov. 14
18% Nov. 19

9

17% Nov. 30
30% Nov. 14

32

Nov. 18

100 Fair (The) common—
.*
Fits Simons & Connell Dock
450
200

3,650
51,510
520
370

2,400
17,100

10,670
1,660
25,000
170,060
5,900
12,100
'
66,760
139,120
5,600

•

17

Gardner Denver Co com.'...*

33

Ac Dredge Co com.....

General Candy Corp A
Gen Household Utll com

*

5% Sale
7
7%
.25

el B_._*
*
Goldblatt Bros Inc com
*

Godchaux Sugar Inc

20%

Class A

23%
66

Greyhound Corp com......5

290

16
38%

12%

13%
Sale

3

7%

6%
19

22%
27

26%
23%
27%

7

6%
10

11

45

36

10

10%

17% Sale

11%
19%

25% Sale

27% Sale

23,460 Illinois Brick Co
25
2,640 Illinois Nor Utilities pref.100

96% Sale

492,210

8,250
320

90

3,950
900
i

600

50

22,800
13,200
380

4,250
140

2,510
150

3,020
280

17,550
6,350
2,250
5,950
250

7,000

"5,250
1,250

3,660
10,150
310
350

2,480
90

34,450
450

20,510
1,060
116,300
59,960
3,420
23,450

10

280

25% Sale
Sale

32

Nov. 20

19

Nov. 15

5%
1%
6%
15%

24

Nov.

8

29% Nov.

1

15

20

22% Nov. 26
26% Nov. 14

6% Nov.
10% Nov.

8
1

7% Nov.

2

7% Nov. 15
11% Nov. 18

38

Nov. 20

8% Nov. 22
38

Nov. 20

12

Nov. 13

20

Nov. 23

10% Nov.
17% Nov.

9
1

25% Nov.

1

30% Nov. 21

7
60

9% Nov. 29
100% Nov. 18

Nov.

20

Nov. 18
Nov.
6

69

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

20

m

Nov. 15

27

25% Nov.

34

35

31

Nov.

34

Nov. 21
Nov. 23

44

Nov.

48

Nov.

1

34

Nov.

35% Nov.
7% Nov.

6
4

8% Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Oct.
Oct.
Jan.
17% Jan.
17
Mar.
19% Jan.

11

3
15
3
..

13

23

May 29
6
May 17
7% Jan.
2
10% June 17
5% Oct.
3
30
Jan. 26
Sept. 14
10
16
July 11
34% Jan. 17
6% Mar. 13
Sept. 26

5

10% Nov.
21% Nov.

6
6

4% Nov. 18
19% July 13
9

10

Nov. 20

Oct.

30

20% Nov. 22

25% Nov. 14
18% Nov. 19
32

Oct.

21

9% Aug. 20

19

37

21

4

60

12% Aug. 13

18% Oct.

17

Nov. 27
Nov. 1
Nov, 14
Nov. 4

26%

7% Nov.

53,900
4,360
25,850
7,300
2,180
148,665

Jan.

11

Nov. 20

13%
7%
11%
28%

Oct. 11
Jan.
3
May 27
May 27

24

Oct.

26

29% Nov. 1
54
July 29

28
18
26
24
22

7%
11%
10%
15%
8%

Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Apr.
Nov.

38
12

June
7
Nov. 13

20

Nov. 23

36% Jan. 28
30% Nov. 21
9% Nov. 29
100% Nov. 18

/Feb. 21

69

8% Jan. 10
5
Feb. 20
1
13% Feb.

Nov. 18

25

30

8

18% Jan.

5

...»

2%
Sale
Sale
20%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

10%
Sale

«S8 3?M

2%

40

24

Sale
Sale

9

Aug. 16
20% Nov. 15
27% Nov. 21
34
Nov. 23

53
1

Sale

Mapes Cons Mfg capital....*

22

Marshall Field At Co com...*

12%

1%

1%

3

15

11

Nov. 21

31

Nov. 22

13% Jan.

59

Nov. 15

51

50% Nov. 12
% Nov. 12

53

Nov.

22% Jan.
% Apr.
22
Oct.

Nov.

6

1

4

Nov. 25

27

Nov. 25

5%
25%

5% Nov. 14
24% Nov. 2

6

Nov.

1

27

Nov.

2

2%
2%
% Sale
2% Sale

aVA

-H

%

a

Sale

Sale

1%

%
%
%

1%
1%
%

4%

4%

3
4%

"4%

2%
%
1%
%
%
%
%
%
%
4%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13
1
6
7
7
15
25
25
8
7

Nov.

1

2% Nov.
% Nov.

6
1

1,430

•

8%

1,680

50

800

730 Mosser Leather Corp com
*
8,050 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A...*

16%

9,350
1,620

14,810 Nachman Sprlngfllled com.*
5,700 National Battery Co pref
*

Preferred..
»
50 Mountain States Pr pref.. 100

10%
Sale

33

Apr.
Apr.

10
51%

11

Nov.

9

50

Nov.

1

51

Nov.

6

18

18%

18

Nov.

2

18% Nov. 15

12%
31%

11% Nov.

1
1

14% Nov.

Vi

9% Nov. 18

24

Oct.

28

2S

Jan.

50%

19
2

10% July

Aug. 10
11

% Aug. 15
1% Aug. 16
1% Aug. 16
2% Aug. 16
Aug. 16
Aug. 17
4% Nov. 14

1

36% Nov. 12

Oct.

Nov.

3% Oct.

14
19
20
25
8
14

32

11

Mar.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

34

.

18

27

July
10
Jan.
% Apr.
% Jan.

Apr.
Mar.
Mar.

June

5

Sale

32

30

14% Nov. 7
68% Nov. 25
May
7

1% Jan.

% Nov.
1%
%
1%
%
%
4%

Minneapoli8-Mollne
Implement common.___..*
com,

Oct.

Nov. 25
Jan.

20
■

Nov. 21
Nov. 22

Aug. 17
4

Nov.
Jan.

Nov. 27

3

2

11
Nov. 16
Oct.

6% Nov. 6
10% Oct. 30
7% Nov. 18
34
July 29
8% Oct. 19
41% July
8

31

6% Mar.

15

11

11

2% Sept. 20
Nov. 21
10% Nov. 16
7% Oct. 22
45
Oct. 28

Mar.

67

29

25

41

Mar.

9

41

1

14% Nov. 7
68% Nov. 25

100

200 Mohawk Rubber common...»
7,810 Monroe Chemical Co com
*

17% Mar. 19
7
Oct.
7
Mar. 18

26

1

Nov.

12% Nov. 1
67
Nov. 27

Sale
Sale

29
11

Mar. 13

57

13% Sale
66%
67

% Sale
1

...100
pref.*
Power

Jan.

28% Nov. 13

22

2% Sale
% Sale

....100

conv

Mar. 23

5

5% Sale
24%

Midland United Co com....*

Miller At Hart Inc

Sale"

24

pref. "A"

7% prior Hen
7% preferred A
6% preferred A

3% Sept. 13

24

*

Convertible preferred....*
Midland Utll 6% pr lien-.lOO

9% Nov. 25

Nov.

*
Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*

conv.

Nov. 19

7% Nov. 18

34

57
52

46

3

10

Nov. 14

38

14

Feb. 25
Jan.

Oct.

18% Nov.

Oct.
% July

6

Nov. 16
Nov. 19
Nov. 19
Nov, 6

Nov. 18

Sale

2

3

25

Oct.

40% Nov. 6
82% Nov. 29
12% Nov. 19

24

10%
7%
43%
6%

8

«§»
60

Nov. 21
71
1
11 106% Oct.
9
2% Jan. 14

Nov. 21

38

54
49

$6

Nov. 16

50

40% May 24
Sept.11

% Jan.

4% Nov. 21

4

7%
Sale

% July
10
May

25

2

29%

Mlckelberry's Food Prod coml

46

3

6

Nov.

34

Middle West Utilities com..*

9

2% Nov.

7% Nov.

Sale

Prior preferred...........*
120 Metropol Ind Co allot ctfs...

3
Jan.
Mar. 13

Jan.

35

Sale

550 Material Service Corp com. 10
Mer At Mfrs Sec cl A com
1

22

7%
35%

Sale

common

*27% Nov.
1
2% Nov. 12
Nov.

4

Jan.

72% Aug. 19

85

6%
6%
40% Sale
5%
5%
9%
10%
7
Sale

57

McWtlliams Dredging Co

2% Nov. 22

18

6:

Jan. 16
Sept. 27
Jan. 25
3
Apr.

Nov. 21

71

8% Nov. 13
6% Nov. 23
39% Nov.
1
5% Nov.
1
9% Nov. 25
4% Nov. 1

34
29

com

2%

35

•

♦•A".....*

com

McQuay-Norrls Mfg

450 Masonite Corp

61,850
413,400
27,980
17,570
3,170
4,190
3,410
1,880
1,350
4,000

2%
27%
2%
18%
8%
7
40%
5%
9%
4%

15%
31%
3%
17%

106% Nov. 21
1% Nov. 6
18,% Nov. 2

Nov.

105% Nov.
1% Nov.
1%
20
18% Nov.

—5

Rad & Mfg

McGraw Electric

57

Sale

10,520 Loudon Packing common...*
25,600
Common new
*
32,850 Lynch Corp common
5

17,490 McCord

10% Nov.

Sale

....

OH Ref Co com

Nov.

Sale"

Kingsbury Brewing Co cap.l

11,070 Lion

40% Nov. 6
82% Nov. 29
12% Nov. 19

37% Nov.
80

Keystone Steel Ac Wire com.*
Preferred
100

840 Kuppenhelmer d B com

100

£::::

29
26

17% Nov. 23

50

8,850 Modine Mfg

300

13% Jan.
12
Apr.
14% Feb.
9% Aug.

13%
5%
7%
20%

20

39

1,600
"

22

16

100

Preferred......

3,760

200

18

16

Kentucky Utll Ir cum pref.50
6% preferred.......
..100
Ken-RadTube Ac Lpcom A..*

83,350

350
330

66

2
25

37

12
15
20
18

96% Nov.

64

60

4

4% Jan.
18% Jan.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

43%
34%
7%

23,420 La Salle Ext Unlv com
5
690 Lawbeck Corp 6% cum pfdlOO
6,994 Leath & Co common
...»
1,060
Cumulative preferred....*
216,440 Llbby, McNeill Ac Libby
10
51,860 Lincoln Printing Co com ...»
8,360
7% preferred
........50
21,540 Lindsay Light com
10
1,100
Preferred
10

460

28,050
3,100
1,200
1,100

9% Sale
100

20

58
18
14

43,160 Kalamasoo Stove common..*
28,500 KatsDrugCocom
1
5,050 Kellogg Switchboard com.. 16

"~9~450

"7",650

12
21

13

3

,

540

"i"780

8% Sale

6,820'Indep Pneum Tool v t c
*
2,630 Interstate Power $7 pref....*
310
$6 preferred
.....*
33,220 Iron Fireman MfgCortc
*
8,950 Jefferson Electric Co com...*

820
40

3,020
1,550

Sale
42

8

40

700 Houdallle-Hershey class A..*
Class B
.*

1,100

49,850

7% Sale

Heileman Brew Co G cap—1
450 Hibb Spencer Bartlett com. 25
*
4,750 Horders Inc common
3,969 Hormel Ac Co (Geo) com A._*

10
400

12

May

Nov. 29

860 Hart Schaff & Marx com..100

57,350

17,300

9
8

Jan.

1

15%
33%
12%
1%
6%

71

6%
6%
10% Sale

17,900 Hall Printing Co com
...10
2,190 Harnlschfeger Corp com.. 10
5,355 Hart-Carter Co "«mv pref...*

1,350

Sale

29% Sale

com....*

Great Lakes D Ac D

Sale"

14%
38

18%
v-

12%

5

11

3

6

17

May
May

4% Nov, 18

Nov.

7

7
4

29

19% July

4%

4%
35

Nov.

Oct.

11

6
6

17

Nov. 25

22 107% Oct.

Jan.

5% Jan.

1

Nov.

Oct.

Nov. 27

Sept.
22% Nov.

12 118

104% Oct.
2

8

18

Mar. 14

Jan.

7
30

May 6
13% Jan. 11
1% Sept. 19
8% Sept. 19

5
20 43
8 125
Mar. 20
5%

7

6

73
173

Oct.

9

Feb.
Jan.

2

4

Nov. 12

107% Nov. 12

5

16,040 Eddy Paper Corp (The).....*
129,080

Sale

22ji

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 12

Nov.

98

6% Nov. 6
% Feb.
1
l' July 9
% Mar. 27

Nov. 29
Nov.
7
Nov. 22

""5%

Sale

7% Sale

3% Nov.
20

116

8

35

2
6

Jan.
May

6

124% 112

40%

12

17% Apr.
47

Nov.

6%
%
5%
2%

Decker (AID ft

900

7

Nov. 6
Nov. 2
Nov. 19
Nov. 29

10
Sale

% 7

121

35
Cohn—
Common
...—10
Preferred......-..-----100
Deep Rock Oil conv pref
*
Dexter Co (The) com
5
De Met* Inc. preference.....*
Cum class A

96

4

*

com

Sale
Sale

30

6S

-

600

Lowest

9

A...100
100

6% prior preferred
7% cum preferred

Ask

Ask Bid

1,200
*
159,940 Continental Steel com.
Preferred......—- .... 100
2,110
299,350 Cord Corporation
--B
25
225,170 Crane Co com
Preferred
100
9,844
770 Cudahy Packing Co pref_.100
119 Curtis Lighting Inc com
*
1,430 Curtis Mfg Co com
5

80

63,400

V

Bid

3,470 Coleman L'p & Stove com__.*
125,260 Commonwealth Edison—100
20 Community Pr & Lt $6 pref.*
260 Congress Hotel Co com—100
8
21,450 Consumers Co com

1,130
5,110

1

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Par

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July 1 1933

Since

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

STOCK

16%
1%
6%
42%

May 28
Jan.
5
Feb.
7
Jan. 10
Jan. 31

5
May 28
36% Nov. 12
1% Feb.
7
11
Oct. 24
54
Sept. 4

Jan.

5

7

15% Jan.

29

20

Feb.
6
June 19

July

12

20

Jan.

6

18

11% Sale
30

Sale

30

Nov.

%
%
36%
1%

Nov. 14
Nov. 12
Nov. 13
Nov. 4

4%
32%
%
30

Nov. 6
Nov. 14
Nov. 4

14

6

Nov. 18

33

4

22

Mar. 23

3

Jan.

14% Nov.
33

2

4

Nov. 18

Nat Elec Power—

1,080
270

32,050
7,350

7,430
Class A common
1,900
7% cumul preferred
100
157,200 National Gypsum A n-vcom.5
38,050 National Leather com
10
Nat

900
850

20,750
13,450
2,200

4,010
11,400
38,450
120,870
15,500

|

38%
'1

H
Sale
1%

38% Sale
1% Sale

5%
34
1
Sale

4%
32%
%
31%
3%

% Nov.

8

Nov.

2

1

41% Nov. 12
1% Nov. 21

•

4

National Standard com.....*

33

conv.

pref.

National Union,Radio com..1
Noblitt-Sparks Ind Inc com.*
North American Car com
*

%
30
4

Sale

5%
33%
Sale
Sale
4%

4

Nov.
Nov.

1
1

5%
34%
1%
34%
5

Nov. 20
Nov. 8
Nov. 7
Nov. 8
Nov. 18

11,250 Nor Amer Lt At Power com..l
23 Northern Paper Mills

380

800

com..

447lOkla Gas Ac El 7% pref...

For footnotes see page 59.

10

'

67,250 Northwest Bancorp com
58;620 Northwest Eng Co com
•
2,170 Nor West Utll pr Ilea pref.100
3,900
7% preferred
...100




% Aug. 17
% Feb. 25
Mar. 18
% Mar. 30

% Aug. 21
1% Aug. 22

41% Nov. 12
1% Jan.
7

Republic Invest Trust-

Cumul.

250 Nor Amer Gas & Elec cl A..*

26,300
27,550

6

6%
17%
20

6%
Sale
25

7% Sale

10

8%
9
16% Sale
29% Sale
9
10%

6% Nov. 2
15% Nov. 22
21% Nov. 7
7% Nov. 1

10% Nov. 18
20% Nov. 2
31

Nov. 23

11% Nov. 20

1%^'Feb,
26% Mar.
% Apr.
13% Feb.
2% Mar.
% Mar.
% Apr.
10
July.
3% Jan.
5% Jan.
3

8
25
24
6
25
30

3
3

Mar. 12

1% Jan.
75% Jan.

,

11
3

5% Nov. 20
Aug. 12
1% Nov. 7
34% Nov. 7
5% Oct. 24
% Mar. 30
1% May 13
10
July
1
10% Nov. 18
20% Nov. 2
31
Nov. 23
11% Nov. 20
95% Oct. 15
37

;%7;

Dec., 1935]
AGGREGATE

CHICAGO

SALES

CHICAGO

STOCK EXCHANGE

Nov.30 1935

In

Jan. 1

t Shares

Shares
1,220 Ontario Mfft Co

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Since

November

59

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

STOCK EXCHANGE

100

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

13 % Sale

•

com

Nov. 1
Bid

Par

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

14

15

8%
27%

9%
27%

27

27

28

4

27

2

■;

13% Nov.

13% Nov.

Oshkosh Overall Co—

2,100

11,850

280

780

1,600
620

2,140 Peabody Coal Co B

10,306

6% preferred
39,210 Penn Gas & Klec A

480

1,450
14,950
66,900
6,750
15,250
2,000
65,250
16,950
6.220

350

3,360

15,100
1,000
2,400
300

4,300
1,550

1,450
670
-150

3% Sale
4%
4%
2%
2%

Potter Co (The) com..
•
Prima Co common....—..—*
Process Corporation com
*

Pub Serv of Nor 111

1%
53

com

Common

—190

103

lftO

6% preferred.

108

14,160 Quaker Oats Co
4,440
Preferred

lftft

1,750 Rath Packing Co com
10
9,080 Raytheon Mfg Co com vtc50c
8,100
6% preferred v tc
—-_5

2,270
2,160

54
....

112

Sale

4%
2%
2%

2%
2

51
51
103

Nov.
Nov.

10

9% Nov.15

6

28

1

28

Nov. 21
Nov.
6

Nov."29

Sale
Sale

105

112% 115

Nov.

41%
4%
4%
2%
2%
53%

3
Nov.
3% Nov.
2% Nov.
1% Nov.
48
Nov.
48
Nov.
103
Nov.
109
Nov.

29,520 Reliance Mfg Co Common, lft
170

""360

Preferred

14% Sale
108

......—10ft

1,240 Rollins Hos Mills conv pref.*
41,610 Ryerson & Sons Inc com
*

3,120

730

Preferred

12

27

14%
59
Sale

106

100

14%

4

4

Oct.

11

Oct.

%
1%
1%
%
15%
16%
61%
73%

Jan.
June
Sept.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

30

l2"~Nov."7

18"

33

109% 111

26

Nov.

108% Nov.

2.221 Slgnode Steel Strap Co pf_30
9,220
Common
*
1,450 Slvyer Steel Castings com...*

3,690
60

30

9

XlM

28%

~30"

28*""Nov."2

9%
17%

28

128

Jan.

2 141

133

Feb.

14 148

22

Oct.

17

1

7

Nov. 29
Nov. 8

9%
16%
2%

10%
17%
3%

9% Nov. 22
16% Nov. 21
2% Nov. 15

98%

166"

60

1,120 Sou Colo Power A common.25
1,650 Southern Union Gas com
•

"""520

101

/ Sale

70

3,240 Southw G&E Co 7% pref. 10ft
1,316 Southwestern Lt A Pow pfd_»

46

Sale

48

80

1,597 St Louis Nat Stockyards tap *

74

76

75

83,850 Standard Dredge conv pref.*
29,300
Common
*
2,210 Storkllne Fur conv pref....25
1,830 Stutz Motor Car com
*
33,540 Sutherland Paper common. 10
306,200 Swift A Co stk
—.—..25
101,850 Swift Internadonal
..15

16

Sale

4

Sale

9,050
2,800
400

""200
36,750
16,350

1,700

27,500
5,750
5,550

500
90

4,050
1,050
6,600
12,000
720
70
3,540

16,450 Thompson (J R)

com

6

9%

1\
213

Nov.

1

75

Nov. 19
13% Nov. 29

4

3% Nov. 27

7%

7

Nov. 14

22%

20%

22

22

Sale

26% Sale
32% Sale

29% Nov. 13

8

25

3

8%

Sale

% Sale
2% Sale

4,280 Viking Pump Co common
1,210
Preferred
33,360 Vortex Cup Co com

*

40

10,200

•

34% Sale
3%
4
29% Sale

*

13%
17

.........*

153

*

2,660
Stock purchase warrants..
4,225 Ward (Montgom) A Co cl A.*
34,411 Waukesha Motor Co com...*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

22
12
21

21

Nov."

102

14
41%
Sale

a

140

Sale

97

Sale

183
103

19

8% Sale

5%
4
1% Sale
2%
3%

15%

8

Nov.
% Nov.
2% Nov.

14

39%

34

33

35

Nov.

3

18
40
41%
17% Sale

17

3%
4
3%
30% 30% 28%
% Sale v%
139
40% 143
107

%
%
1%
9%

76

6

1

29

9
25
7
5
25
5
22
1
6

11% Jan.
1% Jan.

8

17
41

18%
34%
4%
32
%
140%

110®

Nov.

16,300

8

*

a

72,550

Common
♦
12,406 Yates-Amer Mach part pref.*
11,700 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
com

No par value.
New stock.

Sale

2%
3
2% Sale

20

Mar. 11
% Jan. 31
7
3

3% Jan. 14
1
Aug. 30
10

Nov. 15
Nov. 25
Nov. 26
Nov.
7

1

14

Nov. 30
Nov.
6

2% Nov.
2% Nov.
12
Nov,
10
Nov.

9

5

14% May
2
27% Sept. 12
5%
1%
40%
%
%
%
1%
%

Mar. 20
May
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

27
12
14
13
15
23
May 31

9

4%
4%
2% Sale

Sale

IB

Sale

13% Sale

14

a 33 1-3% stock div. on the com¬
stock, payable in common stock to holders
Nov. 1 1935.

/ Flat.
x

Nov.

31
18
6

3% Feb. 16
22% Oct. 22
21

Nov. 25

36

Feb. 26

8% Nov. 25
2

52
5%
1%
4%
1%

May 28
5
Nov. 6
Aug. 14
Aug. 14
Mar. 23

Jan.

June

Nov.

Jan.

5

30

Aug.
Jan.

2
1

14

1

14% Nov. 25

3% Nov.

6

Nov. 18

Nov.

7

Aug. 16

Feb.

Oct.
Nov.

2% Mar.
June 11

5

May 23
9% May
1
1% Apr.

14

_

5
15

May 22

Jan.

11

2

June 13
Oct. 10

Jan.
1
Apr.
26% June
% Oct.
127
Jan.

Nov. 22

12% Sale

Ex-dividend.
Adjusted for 100% stock dividend paid Feb. 20
'934.
m
Price adjusted to 100% stack dividend paid
Dec. 29 1934.




8

Aug. 16

17% Oct.
4% Oct.

Aug. 10

20

1935 declared

Sept. 18

Jan.

78

15

7

12

mon

on

5
Mar. 20

31

18% Nov.
10% Nov.

(par $100), thus reducing the outstanding shares
of pref. to 25.000 shares.
The stock was re¬
deemed on Aug. 31 1935 at $107.50 per share

Directors of Abbott Laboratories

Jan.
Mar.

Nov. 22
Nov. 29
Nov. 20

97

of record

c

14

Nov. 22

Sale

6 The directors of the Borg-Warner Corp. auth¬
orized the redemption of 7,800 shares of pref. stock

plus accrued dividends.

J an.

8

6% Jan.
34% Jan.

108

10

•

*

24

Mar.

1

% Aug.

11,610 Wleboldt Stores Inc com
*
77,050 Williams Oil-O-Matlc com...»

267,350 Zenith Radio Corp

14

Nov.
Aug.
60% Oct.
37% Aug.
12
Aug.
18% Oct.
3
Sept.
% Apr.
102
Nov.
47% Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov.
2

Wisconsin Bankshares—

32,900
6,900
1,400
93,450

1

5

15 Western Pr Lt A Tel cl A—*

"2,200

Mar.

3

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

31

15 110

1

1

7
21

10

1
6

1

Sept.

Sept. 16
18
Nov. 27
56% Oct. 29

Jan.

17% Nov.
4% Nov.
9
Nov.

6

Oct.

Jan.

69

5% Nov.
1% Nov.

16

9

30
24

8

8

8% Nov. 25

Jan.
Oct.
Oct.

95
33

25% Jan.

22% Nov. 6
21
Nov. 25
34% Nov. 21

Nov. 25
July 23

30
3
2
2

3 108

9% Apr. 10
20
Jan. 14

Nov.

;

Apr. 12
3
Jan.
4
Feb.
7
Feb.
Jan.

54

47% Nov.

4

Nov. 13
18% Nov. 1

19

32,350 Utility A Ind Corp com
..*
21,800
Convertible preferred....*
50 Utll Pow A Light cl A
1
150
Common non-voting
..1

35,350 Wahl Co com
66,200 Walgreen Co com

7%

Nov.~15

31% Sale

100 United Gas Corp common._.l
450 U 8 Gypsum common.
2ft
62,850 Utah Radio Products com..*

Class A.

13%
3%

76
13%

98
46

29%
11%
16%
2%

8
3

22

4% Nov.
6
Oct. 23
Apr. 10
Nov. 7
Oct. 25
Oct. 25
Nov. 18
115
July 13

6

4,330 Sears Roebuck A Co com... .*
80

7
3

8
25
28

4%
4%
2%
56%
56%
105%

Nov. 22
Nov.
1

Nov. 27

6
31
7 110

27

lov.

Nov.

100

17% Sale

Mar. 19

Nov. 25

Nov.

16

27

jr.

Feb.

25

6

[ov. 29

6

8

58
32

Aug. 16

11
12

31

Nov.

9

Nov.

Jan.

% Jan.
5% Feb

8

Nov.
6
Nov.
6
Nov.
6
Nov.
7
Nov.
8
53
Nov. 20
105% Nov. 18
112% Nov. 15

13% Nov.

Jan.
Nov. 1

Nov. 23

108

57%

7,450 Sahgamo Electric Co.......*

140

13%

14

11

21% Apr.

37% Nov.

600 Reliance lnternat A com..10c

"3,850

May 10

8
4% May
21% Mar. 13

1% Nov. 29

136 % Sale
139% Sale 136% Nov. 1 141
138% 145
139% 146
138% Nov. 15 143
23 y2
24
26% 23%
24%
Nov. 12 26%
2% Sale
2%
2%
2% Nov. 1
3
2
Sale
1%
2
1%
1% Nov. 21

•

com

3

6

% Nov. 19

Sale

3%

2%
Sale

50%

60

7% preferred

18

Sale

7% Nov.

.

III— "42% "39% "40%

ft

com

1%
12%

18%

*

Peoples Gas Lt & CokecaplOO
Perfect Circle (The) Co
*
Pines Wlnterfront

Sale

ioH

—100
com

8%
27

27

*

com

60

"3", 900

W7H
25%

Common
Convertible preferred
13,050 Parker Pen Co (The) com—10

26

6

Nov. 22

3% Nov.

6

Nov. 18

14% Nov. 25

The National Securities Exchanges on which
low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated
by superior figures in tables), are as follows:
I

*
•
«
'•

New York btock
New York Curb
Boston Stock

Cleveland Stock
Los Angeles Curb

II

Philadelphia Stocs

24

St. Louis Stock

Boston
monthly and yearly record

.■a

range of prices on boston stock exchange
1935

Stock Sales

Shares

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE
In
November

t

1

11

«

•

1

BONDS

Nov.30 1935

1

457,000
242,550
34,700
32,550

78,000
27,750
1,000

Best Mass StRR se«A 4%s 1948
Series B St
1948

2,000

Shares.
773
851

Series C 6s Jan 1

919

215

13.960

45
80

738

1,605
88

STOCKS
Amer ft Continental

Ask Bid

6%

non-cum

32%

Sale

162""

1

"95""

74
78
91
85

------

------

76

------

------

------

82% Sale

------

90

12%
2
4%
22% Sale
11%
1%

1%
2
4% Sale

4

50

144 %

101

76% Nov.

tfe:i SM
90

Nov. 18

Nov.

1

2

70% Jan.

29

8?

U7

if tii: 3f

Nov. 13
Nov.
7

Sale

22

158

11% Nov. 12
1% Nov. 14

13

Nov.

2

2

Nov.

PI-1
1 £1
91

Nov.

7

2

13

Nov.

2

8

2

63
60

Jan.
8
June 10
June

8

5

Nov. 27
Nov.
8

Apr.

22

25

Sale

s*
94

16,100
8,090
1,282
2,214
1,406
1,999

22%

113%

115%

96

143% Nov.

25

1 160% Nov. 29

67

67%
2

25

25
Sale
118

2%

Prior pref .....«.....,100
Class A 1st pref stampedlOO

100

....

24

1st preferred class A....100
Class B 1st pref stamped 100
Class B 1st preferred
100
Class C 1st pref stampedlOO

6%
5%
6%
6%
5%

1st pref class C

.100

Class D 1st pref stampedlOO
1st pref class D
....100
4.926 Boston Personal Prop Tr_.100
648 Boston 4k Providence
100
1,686 Brown ft Co 6% Cum pref.100

10

Sale

434

i

m

135

Nov.

98

Nov. 27

1

8

9 118% Nov. 26
66
Nov. 21
68% Nov. 13
Nov. 25
3
2% Nov. 21
6% Nov. 27
6% Nov. 27

6% Nov. 20
4% Nov. 14
6

Nov.

6

4% Nov. 14

9% Nov. 21

13

15%

Nov.

■

Nov. 19
15% Nov. 27
Nov. 21
4 140

5% Nov. 14
14% Nov. 4
130

145

Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Nov. 27
6
Nov. 21
7% Nov. 27
4% Nov. 14
12
Nov.
6

1|

Nov. 26

6

7%

""7%

24

1

7

Nov. 20
Nov. 30

3

2% Nov. 15
20
1
Nov.

8

3

2%

common.

27

Nov.

5% Nov.

7

5

1,298

Nov. 26

94

110% Nov.

Sale

7

6

Nov. 13
Nov. 21

4

*

...

1,755 Brown ft Durrel Co

AP?:2I

Nov. 18

-----

621 Blgelow-Sanford Carpet... •
490
Preferred.....
109
9,058 Boston ft Albany....
.100
17,774 Boston Elevated
415 Boston & Maine pref stpd.100
Common

!§

55

90

25

70

"""169

Highest
Sale Prices

1

preferred...50

2,246
1,803

57

Lowest

Sale Prices

------

:o: .Preferred i $ sii ....„..100

345
417

Highest
Sale Prices

Par.

89

364

1

Lowest

Ask

------

Corp..*

Amer Pneumatic 8enrice

First preferred
2,686
171,029 Amer Telep ft Teleg
5,633 Amoekeag Mfg Co

913

RANGE SINCE JAN.

5s^»...,.v.....«...,.,1934

33

310
450

$93,250
390,800

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1948

10

120
289
995

1934

1935

$107,850
964,450

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Bid

Series D 6s

Shares.

11,059
14,375
7,258

Sales

Bond

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Low from

......1948
..1934
1,500 K G Mem & Blrm 4s

1,100

4"

July 1 1933

$ '
1948
97,900 Amoskeag Mfg Go 6t
10,000 Brown Go 5%s
1946
5%s
..1950
3,000
21,000 Chic Jet Ry ft US Yd* 4*. 1940
4.000

1

1

——-.i.

.

November

371,642
5,486,984

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

§

it

-

1934

759,961
4,670,940

2% Nov. 15'

3

5% Sale

4% Nov. 12

5% Nov. 29

Nov, 15

% Mar.

June 13

2

July
5
5% Jan. 25

Nov.
8
12% Jan.
4 25
98% Mar. 21 160% Nov. 29
2
4% Jan. -4
Apr.
3

14%

Mar. 19
27
98
Mar. 29 122

Sept. 30

May 10

Nov. 27

58% Apr. 16

Sept. 26
5
71% Aug.

82
88

Feb. 25

2

3

Nov. 25

9
7

6% Nov. 27

12% Mar. 19

26% Aug. 13

2
3% Apr.
3
Apr. 15
5% Apr.
5

9% Aug. 13
8
Aug. 23
12
July 18

4% July
1% May

Feb. 18
June
3

7

4% Apr.
Mar.
6
8

23
5

July 19
Jan. 28
Mar.

125

5% Feb.
1% July

3

8
11

9

Feb.

18

Aug. 13
8% July 11
14
July 15
9

15%

5 153

23)

Nov. 20

Feb. 25
Oct. 10
Jan.
3

8%

Jan.

4

Jan.

7
21

»■
_

1,291

11,519 Calumet ft Heels

Sale

.....25

2% Mar. .15

6% Oct.

Chic Jet Ry ft U S Y—
cum pref —........100

Stamped Stock.
26
100
95 Cliff Mining Co.
25
612 Cont'l Securities Corp..".". 5
35 Cont'l Secur Corp 5% pref 100
33,261 Copper Range Co
.25

3.408
20

1,927
2,371
3,086
2,923
1,764
555

725

7,489

159

310

4,578
1,491

6%

7%

cum

2% Sale

IBo
55

32.580 Gillette Safety Rasor Co":!*
12 Grief Bros Cooperage A com. *
235 Hathaway Bakeries cl A....
916 Hathaway'a Bakeries pref...*

1,025
865

1,675

Class B

v

6,544 Helvetia Oil Co

tr

ctf8l"":i

Sale

13% Sale
5%
5%
6

LOO
42

1st preferred... 100

744

3% Sale

35

17%

Sale
108
45

18%

L63% Sale

18§|

German Credit & Inv
Corp—
25% 1st pfd allot ctfs....*
878
*
4,835 Gilchrist Co

3,106

48

54% Sale
37% Sale
2% Sale

2d preferred
*
1,175
1,731 Economy Grocery 8tores":»
Edison Blec Illumination. 100
35,199
26,456 Employers* Group Assoc T C*

203

Sale

4% Sale
%
1

6,366 General Capital Corp.... .«
408 Georgian Inc (The) A pref_20

590

% Sept. 19
2% May 14
14% Apr. 12

20

iq
19,586 Bast Boston Co
14,618 Eastern Gas & Fuel Asan com
4%% Cum Prior pref... 100
14,368
6% Cum preferred.....100
26,755
20,309 East Mass St Ry Co...
100
First preferrod..::":
13,057
100
Preferred B
6,540
ioo
Adjustment
..."
18,097
ioo
15,427 EasternSS Lines. Inc...:..*

340

*""495

7 120
July 11
Jan.
6
Mar. 12 186% June

106

1,021

43%

3?*
9

38

37% Nov.
2

Sale

17% Sale

13% Nov. 1
5% Nov. 22
9% Nov. 29

Nov.

5% Nov.

167

Sale

17

Nov.

5%

6%
Sale

34% Nov. 4
1% Nov. 21

35

9%
40
3
Sale
%
%

8%
37%

6
6%
17% Sale

5% Nov.
16% Nov.

.

29

4
Nov. 26

171
21

18% Nov.

2%

Nov

20% Nov.

20% Sale
.....

"

50

Nov.

160

1
Nov. 19

38

4
2

Nov.

7

36% Nov. 20
2

Nov. 27

6% Nov. 20
18% Nov. 21

33

7%
34
2

35c

"6 '"8% "Nov ."20

9

6

Nov.

37

34

Nov.

7

2

Nov.

8

2%
%

38
3

Nov.
Nov.

2
1

% Nov. 20

% Nov. 14

Feb. 18

3

% Nov. 20
2
54

Mar.
Oct.

2
31

36

Oct.

31

2% Nov.

Nov.

34% Nov.
11% Nov.
4

5

Nov. 25
Nov. 19

61
44

"45" "50" "43% "Nov i

2

10*

Sale

13% Sale
4

Nov.

54

60

35%

Sale

34%

17
28

1

5% Nov. 1
% Nov. 20
3% Nov. 8

4% Nov.
% Nov.
2% Nov.

% May
5

Jan.

1% Apr.
76c July
4% Apr.
95
34

4

14

Com stk Tr
cert......

Preferred...

150 Int'l Button Hole Mach Co. 10

16%

8
3

2

20c

20

'""220

417 Llbby McNeil Ubby,......10
2,193 LoeWs Theatres, .i.—...25
..ioo
3,947 Maine Central

8

785
84

901

Preferred

...it. 100

3,141
3,178

21.157 Mass Utll Associates v t e.*_*
13,258 Mergenthaler Linotype.:...*

2,189

1,334
22,455

For footnotes

Nat Serv Co

«hs tr ctfs..l
New England Tel Or Tel
,100

see page




61.

1%

68c

Apr. 10

Apr. 10
Jan.

12

Oct.

25

Jan.

% Nov. 25

87c Nov.

7

50c
6

8% Nov. 26
15

W
35

Sale
17
a

1H

Sale

6

Sale
16

1% Sale
34% Sale

8% Nov. 29

6

8

Nov.

1

6

16% Nov.

9

1% Nov. 6
30% Nov. 13

Nov.

8

35% Nov.

15

Nov. 27

Nov.

2

com

110

Sale

118

Sale

108% Nov.

7 120

Nov. 29

Nov. 19
Oct.

30
31

Sept.19
Nov. 29

3

2

Nov. 29

17

Aug. 26
6% Nov. 20
19% Aug. 7
28
Aug. 27
10
Oct. 29
40
Oct. 28
3% Oct. 31
% Oct.
1
37

Mar.

5

May 13

June 12
4% Aug. 17

17

Feb. 20
Feb.
5 115
July
5
1% Oct.
8
Mar. 18

June 26
9
8
15

5% Jan.

4% Jan.
11% Jan.
1

36% Nov. 20

12 108

Apr. 17

%

38

8 105
Jan.
50
Mar. 25

Mar. 18
Oct. 22

....

95c

4% Jan.
July
8
Aug.
8
2% Sept. 27

m

Nov. 29

17% May
6
% July 29

212 Island Creek Coal..
1
6% cumul preferred... ." 1
55

7,381 Isle Royal Copper.........25

5
8
22
7

Oct.

12% Mar. 15
28
Aug. 27

3,738 Int Hydro-Elec Sys clA_..25

1,700

26

5
5

24% Mar. 29
% Aug. 14

95

.......

5% Oct.
2% Jan.

3
14% Apr. 17 20% Jan.
Nov. 26
97% Feb. 11 171
Aug. .16
11% Feb. 27 22

26% Jan.

*

Sept. 19
Oct.

Mar.

1

Hygrade-Sylvanla Lamp—
4,443
1,288

5*
17

Feb.

5

34

8% Apr. 12
8% Nov. 29
9% Oct.
1
23
Sept. 21
2% Aug. 13

May 17 39% Oct. 24
% Feb. 26
% Mar. 18
Nov. 29
88% Mar. 20 120

25

DEC., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In
November
Shares
43
201

2,634
46

1,205
1,010
80

5,041
225

BOSTON

SALES

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

'

630
450

"4,720

EXCHANGE

Low from

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS

Shares
133 New River Co

1,233
22,043
21,611
1,525
7,604
7,917
4,325
40,231
12,181

Nov
Par

com

Bid

......100

5

Preferred

.-100

N Y N H Ac Hartford
North Butt*..

3

1*0
.....

Northern RR (N H)

100

107

Cld Colony

10#

50

Old Dominion Co.........35
Pacific Mills
100

Pennsylvania RR
Pond Cr

1

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
10
5

87
Sale

85

Ask
7

87

4% Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices
5
Nov 27

83

Nov

8

2% Nov

13

3.50

109
Sale

105

Pocahontas Co....*

Ji

16
30
22

%

14%
1%

15
1%

10% Sale

Stone & Webster Inc cap stk

12%
1%

750 Suburban Elec Secur com..*

95c
17%
Sale
23

47% Nov 30
1

Nov

4

17% Nov
26% Nov

21
4

21

Nov. 16

% Sale
15%
16
2

Sale

,65c Nov. 26
14% Nov. 15
1% Nov. 4

10

-

Sale

10

Sale
Sale

11% Sale

18

66

66*

23

820

14,303 Torrington Co

307

7,234
1,617
2,285
41,580

20

39

390

16,354
3,067
72,781
7,503
17,162
216,783

w

Fastener

United Founders

Nov

12

Corp

United Gas Corp

%

~

%
3%
85%
39%
%

1
....1
52

Preferrad........«......3S
Utah Apex Mining.........0

23

Waldorf

Pystem Inc.......*
268 Waltham Watch class B com •
931
Preferred..
.........100

Sale
4%
Sale
Sale
Sale

55c Sale

..1

660 Venezuela Holding Corp
*
738 Venezuela Mexican OH CrplO
475 Vermont Ac Massachusetts 100

4,322

Sale

22%

com

Utah Metal Ac Tunnel.

88

Sale

10c

Nov. 29

10% Nov. 29
1% Nov. 1

:

2*

122%
8%

Conv preferred..

...

22

72

""§

3%
85% Sale
39
39%

■J*
48c

1.

%

2%
122%
8%
9%

%

%
1
3

Sale

4%

30% Nov. 25

24

19

27

Jan.

8

3 105

Jan.

29

Nov.

8

% Nov.

2

16

Nov. 29

2

Nov. 12

11% Nov. 14
14% Nov.
1% NOV

1

July 30

May

% Jan.
13% Mar.
1 % Oct.
10c Apr.
8
Feb.
12% Mar.
2A Mar.

1

22
14
14

27
19

16
14

% Aug. 12

1% Oct.
21




Jan.

22

69

15

16
24

Oct.

Nov. 25

15c May 2
125* Jan. 18

35c

27
18

Oct.

2

18

Oct.

18

Oct.

%
4%
86%
40%
%
70c

Nov.
Nov.

8

X
1 %
70
35%

Mar. 7
June 21

1%
4%
86%
40%
1%
2%

Aug.
Sept.
Nov.
Sept.
Jan.
Jan.

Oct.

2

% Nov. 25
3% Nov. 25
84%
38%
%
48c

Nov. 4
Nov. 18
NOV;
1
Nov. 20

8

Nov. 22
Nov.
9
Nov. 22

Jan.

Nov. 15

3

4

-

3% Nov. 13
12% Nov.

6

------

5% Nov. 22
15% Nov. 27

2

2

Jan.

7

A Sept.
49c

Oct.

Mar.
Feb.
Apr.

1

2

Jan.

50c
3

Nov.

120

17%

31

19% Jan.
4
July 18

23% Nov. 13

7

Nov. 15

27

8

93

Nov.

*

12%

29

1% Oct.
7
16% July 16
2% June 18
19c
Apr. 25
11% Nov. 14
15% May 24
14% Nov. 1
2
Sept.18
65
Aug. 16

90

Nov. 13
122% Nov. 22 125
9
Nov. 13
9%
9% Nov. 25

4%

1

25c
Feb.
7
12
Apr.
4
17 % Mar. 13

4% Mar.

6
18

27

Oct.

10

Nov. 25
2

1
May
3
May
128
Oct.
9% Nov.

20
10

22
28

7

25
11
17
14

25

2
June
12 % Apr.
35
May

6
20

Feb.

19

70

Feb.

20

2% Sept.
13% May
4% Jan.
25% July

6%
13%
15%
25%

Jan4|7

•No par value,
a Assessment paid,
r Cash sale,
x Ex-dividend,
t Bid and asked prices are of Oct. 30.
The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1 1933 were made
(designated by superior figures In tables), are as follows:
'New York Stock
1 New York Ourb.
* New York Produce Exchange.

I

Feb.

Aug. 12
June 20

85% Nov. 13

ir
4

415 Warren (S D) Ac Co com .._.*
20 Wilson Jones............_.*

Feb.

46H Oct.

Nov. 21

8% Aug. 13

1% Nov
1
17% Nov
8
30% Nov. 25

35c

25% Sale

Prior preferred......... 100

18,864 Warren Bros.........

103

87

30c
6 112

65
Aug. 16
18
July 24
14 % May
9

*

United Shoe Mach Corp

50

""85

55

4% June
6
73
Juno
6
2% Oct. 23
20c
Apr. 16

Sale Prices
5
May 11

18

—

...

235

2,715

87

1,450 Union Copper Ld Ac Mln Co 25
5,567 Union Twist Drill
5
100 Unlted-Carr

"l~,625

21

21

1st preferred.....
100
'2d preferred.............*
7,231 Swift Ac Co.........„...«.25

"

Nov

4% Nov 25

Highest

Sale Prices

84
65c

326

972

87

100

...

42,348

Lowest

Sale Prices
5
Nov 27

107% Nov; 22 108% Nov. 20

47% Sale

1% Sale
16%
17%
27% Sale
22%
24

50

17,190 Qulncy Mining Co
.....35
3,221 Reece Button Hole Mach_.lt
5,783 Reece Folding Mach Co
IS
1,907 Shannon Copper Co.......10
36,309 Shawmut Assn T C

100

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

July 1 1933

313 Spencer Trask F'd cap stock *

10,678

61

to

328 Prov Ac Worcester Ry
fev:'.

1,419

STOCK

Feb.

20

May 10
Nov. 27

July |g8

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE

Shares

1935
80,982

-

November,..

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

578,099

404,520

.

BALTIMORE

Nov 30 1935

Since

In
November

Jan. 1

200

Jan. 1 to

Nov

Nov

1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

30
Ask

Ask Bid

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1962
4c Conduit
.......1958
4c O B coupon
1962
4c Sewerage Impt.
...1961

11454 Nov. 18

11354 Nov. 27

1I3H "Nov."27

1960

100 4c Burnt District....

1958

3,700 4c Water Loan
100 3Ms Funding

1936
100 4s Harbor Ser
1957
600 4s Harbor Ser...........1956
700 48 Jones Falls...........1961

"455

113 54 Nov.

9 11354 Nov.

9

11354 Nov.

7 11354 Nov.

7

3,600 4s Annex Improvement.. 1954
4,600 4c Annex Improvement.. 1951
11,000 4s Art Museum (cpn)
1953
300 4c Public Park Impt.
.1955

i",55o

1951

4,600 4c Paving Loan...
300 4c School House

600 4s 2d School Loan

1957
1945
1948
1947

600 4c 2nd School

1944

100 4s 2d School serial
600 4c 2d School serial

(cpn)

700 4s 2d Water Serial

0654 Mar.
10

1949

2,900 354® New sewerage impt
1980
1,500 Atl Coast Line Conn 5% ctfs

110,500
33,600
4,000

7,000

•

Shares

(fist)

47,500
Funding5c (ctfs)
79,000
First 6c (flat)
195,000
1st 6s ctfs (flat)
85,000
Income 4s (flat)...
75,000
Income 4s ctfs
185,000
First 4s (flat)
273,000
1st 4c ctfs (flat).
90,000 Wash B & A 5s flat
141,000
(Md.) 5% tr ctfs

Storey
.

~3~ 061
3,389

"1168
1,320

195

16,572
1,302
57

Preferred

...

33 Commercial Credit

""50

991

"*339
765

4,987
760

948
45

For footnotes see page 63,




B__

;

13

14

81

15 54 Nov.
8154 Nov. 20

Nov. 27
1354 Nov. 13
Nov. 13

Nov.

*

20
20
26

1

185i Jau. 30
15
Mar. 5

Feb. 16
19
Feb. 16
Feb. 18
1154 May 15
Aug. 29
Nov. 27
1
17 54 Oct.
13 54 Nov. 13
8154 Nov. 20
79
Sept. 7
Feb. 21
85
8054 May 29
Jan. 30
34
3354 Jan. 31
3954 May
3 3954 May 3
Feb. 15
.11H Feb. 15
Aug.
1
36
Mar. 2
42
Aug.
6 4954 June 28
1054 May 28 1054 May 28
May 28
15 54 May 28
Aug. 20
35
June 27
Apr. 26
95
95
Apr. 26
Mar. 26
4
4 ' Mar. 26
Jan. 31
25
1754 Feb. 18
Feb. 20
554 Jan.
2 12
Mar. 12
1% Mar. 12
Feb. 28
35
Jan. 10
48
July
8
37
Jan. 25
10654 June 21
L06H June 21
50
May
3 52 54 Mar. 15
Nov. 19
101
99
Aug.
Mar. 15
80
Mar; 15 80

#
.

m

52

52

10154 10054

100

102"

100

Nov.

Nov. 19

8 101

754

654,Nov. 27

654 Nov. 27

H Feb. 25
54 Apr.
3
1054 May
1
1054 Mar. 28
54 Apr. 23
54 Apr. 12
1154 June 24
10 54 Mar. 28
254 Jan. 19
154 Jan.

154 Feb.
8
154 Jan. 26
Feb.
2
20 : Feb. ^4
1H Jan. 20
154 Feb.
5
20
Feb. Jt
19
Jan. 3o
654 Nov. 2j
6
July 1ft
20

10c Feb.
22 54 Sale
2754 30

Sale

7

10c Feb.

2154 Nov. 29
32

23

Nov. 18

1554 Mar.

9

2354 Oct.

Nov. 13

32

Nov. 25

20

Mar.

5

32

Jan.

4

28

8

254 Sale

X
154

54 Nov. 4
154 Nov. 26

154 Nov. 16
254 Nov. 5

154

Nov. 26

Apr.
1954 Sale

119"

1954 Sale
3354 Sale

Sale

Nov. 19
1854 Nov. 6 21
Nov.
6
3354 Nov. 27 34
1
11854 Nov. 15 11954 Nov.

25
1

Nov,

7 11154 Nov. 22

Sale

8754 Sale

85

Nov.

1

8954 Nov. 15

14

21

Nov. 19

34

Aug.

I??!
ifl*

Apr. 17 120
July 30 51
Oct.

22

Jan.

15
2
7

Jan.

2

53

11454 Sale
54

17

114

%

Sale

Nov. 29 117

54 Nov. 15

Nov. 7
54 Nov. 21

2

5
6

16

1254 Sale

2254 Sale

Nov.

7

20

Nov. 18

11

83

Nov. 29

88

IP

1254 Nov. 14

1754 Nov.

15
87

Sale

3854 Sale
9

10

80
8454
3954 Sale

1

41

Nov. 15
Nov. 27

Nov. 13

9

Nov. 19

3854 Nov.
8

9

Mar. 26

Aug. 15
11954 Aug. 12
Jan. 26
33
May
2
117
1
3254 May
90
Aug. 10

11154 May 21 11554 June 10

11354 July 15
2 117
Sept. 10
Jan.
Mar.
4
1
Sept. 27
6
July 24
Jan. 25
July
6
4
11
Feb.
July 25 IV4 Oct. 25
26
Sept. 13
26
July
FOD.
8
Mar. 19 20
90
2
Sept. 19
Feb.
Nov. 27
41
Jan. 11

10954 Feb.
116

6

25

110
85

4

Feb.

2954 Jan.

110

Jan.

354 Sept. 20
4
July
8
40
Apr. *1

754 Jan.

2954 Jan.

11054 112

8
23

Nov. 25
Nov.

8

54 Aug. 30
Jan.

com..

Preferred
1
3,998
2.50
1,680 Emerson Bromo Selts A
20
6,213 Fidelity 4t Deposit
5,636 Fidelity 4t Guar Fire Corp.10
2,532 Finance Co of Am class A-..*
Class

14

.....100

...

71

Sale
Sale
85

13
82

Sale
1554 Sale
85

Par.

76
554% preferred
1,062 Commercial Credit pref B..25
460
*H% 1st preferred.....100
7% preferred
.25
1,527
«
12,149 Consol Gas E L 8c Power
6% preferred ser D
140
2,327
923
5H% pref cer E........100
5% preferred
...1C0
4,537
4,441 Davison Chemical Co.......*
E Porto Rican Sugar com
1
2,254
Preferred.1,773
1
29,710 Eastern Sugar Assoc com

""223

14

80

1949
1941
1941

*
76,290 Black 4c Decker common
Preferred
...25
10,407
1,477 Ches & Pot Tel of Bait pf..lQ0

25

13

1949

»
2,900 Appalachian Corp
...*
44,754 Arundel Corporation
6,371 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)...50
45 Autoline Oil pref
..10
2,422 Bait Transit Co com v t c___*
1st Preferred v t c
*
2,677
100
1,173 Baltimore Tube common

4
12

19

1936
1936
1949
1949
1949
1949

STOCKS.

Apr,
3
Mar. 13

13

Baito

1,000
Div 1st 5s
1942
9,500
let 5c certificates
1942
238,900 Bait Transit Co 4s flat.. 1975
95,800
A 5s flat..
.1975
II,000
B 5s flat
1975
5,000 Century Parkway Corp 6sl956
3,000 Consol Coal ref 4 54 c'ctfs) 1934
2,000
1st 5s ctfs......
1950
1,000 Consol Gas 1st 5c_._.
1939
2,000 Davison Realty Co 6s
1940
6,000
6sctfs (flat).
1948
4,000 Ga & Ala Ry 1st cons 5s ctf *45
1,000 Ga Caro & Nor 6s ctfs... 1934
4,000 Ga Marble Co 1st 6s (flat) 1950
1,000 Gibson Island 6s
..1936
1,000 Inter-Ocean Oil Co 1st 7s *35
4,000 Lake Roland 1st 5s
...1942
192,000 Maryland El Ry 6He (flat)1957
1,000
6Hs
1962
43,000
6s
1933
87,000
6% (certificates)
1933
1,000 Nofcfolk St Ry 5s
1944
17,000 North Avenue Market 6c. 1940
23,000 Read Drug & Chem 5Hs_1945
1,000 Richmond Dairy 1st 6s..1944
United Ry
k El funded 5c

37,000

2,000

Nth

Apr.

11

1953
..1953

454% (certlfs)
4Hs
Balto Trac Co..

June 12

1 10354 Oct.

00

Bait Spar Pt 5c Ches—

:

107

June
08
Mar.
09
Mar. 12 109
03 54 Mar. 25 103 54 Mar.
Feb.
07
Feb. 20 107
Feb.
07
Feb. 20 107
Aug.
01
Jan. 29 110

2,500 4s 2d Water serial.......1948
300 4s 2d Water serial
...1942
100 4c 2d water cer
1957
100 4s 2d water serial
1954

17,000
22,000

5

5
17
Sept. 16
Aug. 16
May 17
May
6
Apr. 13
Jan.
July

Jan.
7 103
June 12 110
June
4 108

05

1951

400 4s 2d Water Serial

May 20
Sept. 19
Sept. 27
Jan. 15
Jan.
7
Nov. 27
Aug.
2
Sept. 14
Sept. 14
Oct. 31
July 20
Aug. 16
June 24

1654 May 20 11654
0454 Jan.
4 115
08
Feb. 20 11254
06
Jan
15 106
06
Jan
7 106
08
Feb. 20 11354
00
Aug. 2 100
10 54 Apr. 13 11054
0954 Mar. 27 11054
0954 Mar. 27 11254
06
Jan. 16 114
07
Feb. 20 112 54
20
June 24 120
06
Jan.
5 106
07
Feb. 20 112
12
Sept. 19 11254
07
Aug. 16 107
09
May 17 109

li4&"No"v."l8

100 4c School House........ 1961

""255

Jan

08

1961

^

5 11054 May 13
Sept. 30
Mar. 14 113

06

4c Conduit

300 4c Dock Loan
*«•«•«» m

jan. 1

range since

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Bid

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—

1,400
3,400
I,000
10,500

$97,800
1,507,243

$162,900
Nov. 30.--.-i—...... 2,022,120

July 1 1933

BONDS

sales

1934

1935

Sales

November.

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE

aggregate

Bond

1934
30,011

Stock Sales

654 Jan.
8

4

2

June 20

954 Oct.
854 July

22

17

,

Dec., 1935]
AQQREQATE

SALES

^

In

v

BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCKS

Shares
560 Guilford Realty Co

70
«

_

202

22,895
35

Bid

^

^

12

9K

60

2,557

Preferred...
.......100
46 National Marine Bank
30

51,479 New Amsterdam Casualty. 5

"Wr-

'•

8

'

;

,

200
415

4,494

mm

•

640 iWestern National Bank

No par value.

,

v

23 X Nov.

1

45

IK
Sale

48K
35

l
86
109

11K

"Tk

49
33

Nov.

7

Nov. 13
9K Nov. 2
96 K Nov. 29
IK Nov. 8
76 K Nov
4

Securities
New York Stock.

•

Exchanges

Nov. 14

3

15K Jan.

8
5c Mar. 21

Nov. 19
Nov.
4

50
34

IK July
Sept.
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.
Nov.

39
35
6
88K
IK
53

Nov. 19
Nov. 25

12

97

Nov.

1

1H Nov.

8

90

Nov. 18

'16H Sale"

30

30

Sale

10 K Nov.

4

32

30

prices since July 11933

4

Jan.

15

24

35

18

12

11

32

32

Nov.

7

32

Nov.

were made

•

,

98K Aug.
IK Nov.

3

90

July
Apr. 23

11

June 28

8

June 28

IK Feb. 23
6c Feb.

20

21

12K Nov. 29

21

93
June 24
32 K July 25

Feb.

28

May 24

'

4>

(designated by superior figures In tables),

* New York Ourb.

6
8

Nov. 18

July
9
8K Nov. 26

21

5K Jan.

7

Oct.
2
Nov. 25

8

80

1

Nov. 19

51K Oct.

18
19
2

Jan.

5
8

12 K Nov. 29

11

Nov. 30
Nov. 14
5c Mar. 21

25

5c Mar. 20

12 K

Oct.

1^ Jan. 8

2K June 20
2K June 19
3K Nov. 14

Jan. 25 231
Mar. 7
31

K Jan.

which low

on

25

11

15

Mar. 19
Nov. 14

3
210
21

11

„

The National

Jan.

__

Nov. 25
Aug. 16
Sept. 16
1% Apr.
5

June 13

'"7"""N"O"V."26 "~§K"Nov.~26

-

.

Sale

32
iik

109

United Rys & Elec Co com_50
U S Fidelity & Guar
3
764 Western Md Dairy Corp pref*

25

3 K Nov. 14
Nov. 19 231
Nov. 19
27K Nov.
2 31
Nov. 30

231

f:i!

Jan.

Mar. 16
K Oct.
1
5K May 15

4

Sale

Sept.
Nov.

14

Feb. 27
Mar. 16

IK Nov. 27

~"2K~No"v."5

52
~

77

•

2,580
115,719

~'m

10,086

4

Nov.

Sale Prices

16

K Nov. 20
11

24

35
9H Sale
97 * Sale

Preferred
108
5
304 Seaboard Comm Icom A...10
75
Preferred10
304 Standard Gas Equip pref 100

124

4m.mm

Penna Water & Power

6
Nov. 12

31

228K
Sale
Sale

50
34

366 Northern Central Ry .,...50
200 Owings Mills Distillery
1

,

IK Nov.

—~

5

Nov.

1

322 Mortdarte Bond & Title com.*
483 Mt Vern-vvood) Mills Com 100

7,350

Nov. 12
K Nov. 27

10 M Nov. 19

5

25
25

3K Nov. 14

28 K
23 X

26

'IIk

16K Nov. 25
Nov. 6

1

227K

-

.

Sale Prices
3
Aug.
1
27
Aug.
6

9K Jan.

"9%

Sale

25

72 Mercantile Trust Co.......50

406

•?

*

15

iok
1K

955

f

Sale

25

5,312 Merch & Miners Transp
*
7,457 Monon W Penn PS 7% pref .35

,

988

1

Highest
Sale Prices

IV"Nov." 14 '42K"Nov.""l4

.....

^

4

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

100

1,079 Mfrs Finance common 11
*
1st preferred..
3,597
25
Second preferred........35
1,364
23,313 Maryland Caa Co
1
Junior cony pref ser B
50,911
1
12 Maryland & Pa RR com
100

'

-1

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

152

184
88

RANGE SINCE JAN.

*

com

Preferred

199 Humphrey Mffi Co com
*
8% cum preferred.......25

13
79

mtmmt

Nov. 1

105 Home Credit Co pref_„.
50
61,583 Houston Oil preferred....100

-

:•

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Nov.30 1935

'

-

63

to

Jan. 1

Shares

-

Low from

EXCHANGE

July 1 1933

Since

November

STOCK

•

.•;>

follows:

are as

:'y..

y.

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK
EXCHANGE
Stock

Sales

••

November.

SALES

In

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Bond Sales

170,035

XLow from
1933

BONDS

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Nov .30 1935

mm

mm

mm'mm

mm

1,000 Am Tel 4K«
1939
2,000 Bell Telephone 5a
1948
650,478 Elec & Peoples tr ctfs 4s_1945
39,878
Certificates of deposit...
5,000 Home Loan 3s
1952

mm

—

58,067

Nov. 1

aim mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mmmmmmm

mm

-

mm

*

m, m.

m.

mm

m.

mm

7,000
mmmmmrnm^m^

1,000
1,100

3,200
107,600
2,400
2,000
12,000
52,000
>
1,000
4,000
35,000
1,000

m mmmmm-mrn' m

4,000
5,000
+>mmmmm-mm

mm

mm

mm

mm mm

mm

mm mm

mm'.mm

5s.

mm

Phila Elec

(Pa) 1st
1stAs-,*..
Registered.

4Ks—^.^t.^i.^.,^1967
Phila Elec 1st & ref 4s_—1971
Phila Elec Pow Co SKs..l972

Reading Terminal 5s.
Reading general 4K»
U S Treasury 3s

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

16"" "I2K

Nov."

9

115

12~ "Nov." 29

6

177K
30 K

103%
31K
40 K
104 K

99K

20
48 K

24K

27

23

33 K

23 K Nov. 26

100
!

1?0H

«

112K 111

Nov. 22
Nov. 26

Nov. 23

100
«

*

112K 112

25

Nov. 26 106
Nov.
7 112

106

112

89 K

106 X Nov. 26 106K Nov. 26
110
Nov. 14 110
Nov. 14

100

112K
1997

1

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Aug.

99 K APr105 K May
102 H Aug.

75K

101
«

Nov.

97

20

Mar.

34 K June
103
Aug.

110K
110K
108K
105K

May
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

108
Jan.
112 K Aug.

106 K Sept.
103.7 Mar.

1951

104332 Aug.
Shares 1
STOCKS
36,519 American Stores
5,712 Bankers Securities pref

Shares

5,844
210

1,281
13,949

17,146
55,606
1,555
57,730
66,892
3,802
19,180
5,579
3,160
12,539
36,317

80

21,267
12,760

"3",327
187

363
"

6,422
2,051

y

***581
3,449
77,039
20,616
1,300

,

Bell Tell Co of Pa pref

15,004

Preferred _.............100

Cambria Iron...

167

1,090

Electric Storage Battery.. 100

Insurance Co of N A

Phila Elec Pow pref.......25

Phila Insulated Wire.......*

Phila Rapid Transit.......50
7% preferred
50
Phila A Reading Coal Ac Iron*

Philadelphia Traction.....50
ctf of deposit
Scott Paper.

*

Series A 7% preferred..100
Series B 6% pref...
100

563

44,032
2,001

484,670
19.862

•

x

70

% Sale
9K Sale

35 K Sale
34K Nov. 22 36 K
17 K Nov. 22
16K
18K
17 K
121K Sale 119K Nov. 6 122 K
8K Sale
7K Nov. 2
9K

75

69

Nov.
Nov.

Impt
Preferred....

Ex-dividend.

National Securities
1
New York Stock




29

Jan.

5

Jan.;
4
17 101.15 Mar.25
28
99.16JFeb.28
17 103 K
an.
17
26 31K Mar. 26
Oct. 25
26 44
7 107 H Aug.
5

99 K Apr.
9 105K May
2 102 K Aug.
13
26
Sept.
11 34 X June
22 106 K Feb.
11 113 K Feb.
18 111K Jan.
12 109
July
11 107 K Feb.
22 110K June
7 112 K Aug.
9 106K Sept.
1 103.25June
22 104332 Aug.

24

24
9
2
18
11

21
25
19
5
25
1
7
9
24

22

1

com

*
.*

33

31

Mar. 15
Mar. 15

Nov. 22

1

3K Nov. 25
14K Nov. 22

31

"_5K Sale" "~6K Sale" "~5K~Nov."l3
8K Sale

\S

«

IH

K Sale
3
Sale
27 K. Sale

9K Sale

8K Nov. 12

IX Sale
IK
2K
3K Sale

K
K
2K"
26 X
109 K

Nob. 25

% Sept. 14
2K Mar. 20

Sale

30

110K Sale

114K Sale

112 K Sale
34 K Sale
22K
23

113K Sale
34 K Sale

2K Sale
4K Sale

ilil
69 K

71

Jan.

June 26

9

Nov.&0

81K Feb.

4

Nov. 14

21

5

Sept. 12
July 19
Aug. 17

Feb.

Nov. 26

70

Mar. 25
June

22 K

112K Nov.
34
23

30

Nov.

Nov.

IK
3K
2K
9K

A*

8K Sale
2K Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1 114K
2
34 K
4
23
8
4K
12
10
12
3K
6
11K

Nov. 22

10

Nov. 25

Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov. 16

Nov. 27
Nov. 25

40 K May

51K Mar. 19
4K Oct. 29
5K Mar. 13
50 K May 23
K Apr. 25
2
V
K Aug.
IK Mar. 27
17 K Mar. 12

"6 K "Nov .*23
10K Nov. 25

Nov. 12
IK
Nov. 1
2K
Nov.
1 V 4K
Nov. 4 31
Nov. 6 117K

Nov. 23
Nov. 4
Nov. 4
Nov. 29

12

Jan.

86

Sale
89

70 K Nov. 13

89

Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov. 16
Nov. 25
Nov. 26

July

16

Jan.

3

Oct.

4

Mar.

6

Feb.

6

Aug.
May

5
9

Mar. 15

Nov. 21

Nov. 29

3K Mar. 6
IK June 21
9K Oct. 31

Nov. 19
Nov. 29
Nov. 29

7

May 23

Jan.

12

Ilil

10

3

80

1

29K Nov. 16

Nov. *8

Nov. 27

"Jan.

23

6

50 % Nov.
4 59 " Nov. 30
102
Nov. 26 106 K Nov. 14

105

13

Nov. 27

Nov.

9K Nov.

Sale

2

Feb.

Apr. 18

11

114

42

Sale
59
102
Sale
30 K
29

Apr.

8

Nov. 27
Nov. 22

K Nov.

85

2K Sale
12 % Sale

51

51K
103 K
29

Jan.

56

Mar. 20
Jan.

5

Nov. 27

3

7
30
Nov. 29
Jan.

113K Jan.
28K

"30" "29K ~§5K "29K N~o"v.""6 "30 K "Nov." "8

I

50

Certificate* of deposit...
United Gas

1,968 Westmoreland, inc
5,208 Westmoreland Coal

No par value,

7K Sale
62

1

100 US Dairy class B
*
40 West Jersey Ac Seash RR..50

vi

19
121

"

3,129 Tacony-Palmyra Bridge
28,869 Tonopah-Beimont Devel
37,546 Tonopah Mining
28,895 Union Traction

.

36X Sale
15
120

10

Lehigh Coal & Navigation..*
Lehigh Valley
50

136

The

.......50

Horn Ac Hardart (Phila) com.*
Horn Ac Hardart (N Y) com..*

127

203

•

*

203 Phila Dairy Prod pref.....25
Phila Elec of Pa 15 pref..
*

117

100

...

Minehill & Schuylk Haven.50
2,652 Mitten Bank Sec Corp
25
19,139
Preferred.
311,799 Pennroad Corp v t c
*
135,971 Pennsylvania RR
50
12,261 Penna Salt Manufactur'g-50

8,395
41,282
1,936
5,949
10.861
9,444
15,696

3,434
109
1,741
2,657
1,457
2,285

1,160

......

...

"l",03i

2,200
7,062
6,037

*

50
100

Budd Wheel Co

Jan.

20

par

Budd (EG) MfgCo

Rights..........

29 115
6
21

May 18

99.16Feb.

;

38]
104!

*

Jan.

100.4 Jan.

*

»

9

12

*

s f 4s.1966

*1966

Lowest

99.16

2003

Annuity 6s
Registered 4s.
1948
1,000 Penn Pr 8c Lt 4Ks.——1981
2,000 Pennsylvania RR 6Ks
1936
52,000 Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s.
1943
1,000 Phila & Rd Coal & Iron 6s '49

mm

mm mm

10,000
3,000
2,000

m.

mm mm m mm mm

mm

m*

mm

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

107K Feb. 28 107 K Feb. 28

iOX Sale"

9

2K®
*......1952
8,000 Lehigh Nav series A 4Ks_1954
6,000 Lehigh Valley 4s
2003

$149,400
1,185,349

Sale Prices

Ask

12
99.4

400

mm-m.

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

105
103

..

mm

-

1934

$76,167
2,436,520

;

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

2,568,778

Bid
*+mm m. mm m.

1935

November-

July 1

Since

November

1934

669,290
3,952,735

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—
AGGREGATE

1935

,

Shares

3K Sale
17 K
107 K

ill
5K Sale

60
9

K Nov. 26
K Nov. 22
6
Nov. 29

June 15

17 K

108

Sale

109,.

60

15
10

4

18K Nov.

2 110

8

Nov. 26

K
65

'

12 K Nov .16

12^
7

16KNov.
107 K Nov.

8K

15

6K Nov. 16

8

Nov. "2
Nov. 25

19
Mar. 20

18K Apr. 11
K# Feb. 15
K Feb. 16
3K Mar. 14
„

3

Sale
Sale

K

12K

K> Nov. 6
K# Nov. 26
3K Noy. 7

Apr.

109

Mar.

1

9K Feb. 20
87K Feb. 28
K July 20
60
9
Apr.
6K Feb. 21
5K July 31

Exchanges on which low prices since
July 1 1933 were made (designated by superior figures in
tables),
1 New Yorx Ourb.
t Low price not Including cash or odd lot sales

are as

follows:

Nov.

8
8

Majr 17
Apr. 27
Jan.
Jan.
Nov.

3
15
8

Nov. 26

July 20
Mar.

Nov.
Oct.

9

2
29

,

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK
•

••

Stock Sales

;

1935

:

Shares

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

114,390
470,603

November

%

CLEVELAND

:

1,000

Par
*

STOCKS

3,423
255

4,560
57

20 Canfield Oil

564

159

-

"""233
1,191

50,117

14

Sale

48

Sale

39%
10%
80

P
60

55

39%
12%

40

Sale
Sale

80

1,467
50
90

—

14

63%

76

15

44% Sale
110% Sale

41% Nov. 1 56% Nov. 25
55% Sale
Nov. 1
109% 111% 109% Nov. 21 111

62

65

62

64

65

Nov.

6

68

59

63

62

63

60% Nov.

2

67

Nov, 14
Nov. 12

17
2

Sale

Sale
9

16% Nov.

4

33

Nov. 22

4

5

I*

9

21%
5%

8%

Sale

52%

.....*

21

35%

40

29%

49

55

35%
49%

47
10

4

47

36% Nov.
Nov.

10

9

12

9%

12

10

Nov.

11

8

101
125
492

2,758

1,590

Halle

1,531
1,271

........

.

2,178
601
280

351

1,790

""90
813

81%

85

12

14

12

15

38

31

35

18

23

100

44%
100%
77

*

20%

Lamson

Sessions......

J
«

Preferred
.....100
100 Midland Steel Products._.._*

155

'l",848
121

3,166
330

3

884
145

1,086
304

2,856

24%

6%
2%

14
Apr. 18
50
May 17
35% Nov. 22

iH

4
4%
10% Sale

5

20

Sale

6

13%
3%
55%
22%

Sale
5

aH
<6H

8
.

Jan.

14

11

Feb.

18

Nov. 26

20% Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov.
6

33% Nov. 20
11% Nob. 18

21% Nov. 21

9

1

'

24% Nov.

1

•'

18%
20
14%
15
5% Sale
58

.....

4

Nov.

2

10
20

Nov.
Nov.

2
1

13% Nov.
4% Nov.

1
7

58

Nov. 25

5% Nov. 27
10% Nov. 18

41
6

V

2%

3
1

7

21

14% Nov. 29
6% Nov. 20
58
Noy. 25

12

Jan.

10

9

15

Nov. 19

16

25

14% Nov. 12

15

Nov.

16

17%

15

44

46

11%

12%

5
41

60

Nov.

9%

Nov. 13

12

18% Nov. 20

50

6%
2%
15

15

3

3%
%
%
10%
1

Nov.

8

13% Nov. 20

1

Sale

7

*-

4% Nov. 12
45
6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
4

15

2

2

5% Nov. 22
Nov. 8
8% Nov. 14
3
Nov. 9

55

Jan.

24

12% Apr. 26
3% Feb. 13
% June 26
12% Sept. 7
3

Mar.

Jan.

2
Nov." 6
3
Nov. I§
1
29% Nov.
1 29% Nov.
Nov. 15
28% Nov. 13 31
105
Nov. 14 105% Nov. 2

5
16

Apr. 13

2%

2%

8%

2%

29

16

9%

Sale"

16

17

8

9

9

Nov. 13

1

28

Nov. 14

1% Nov. 25
56% Nov. 6

59

8

Nov. 29

5% Nov. 27
13% Oct. 24
22

Nov.

17

June

12% Apr. 26

56%

Sale

57^

24

1%
57%

26%
2%
59%

25

Nov.

1% Nov. 25
Nov. 22

Nov. 19

15

2% Jan. 11
Sept. 30
8
19% Oct.
40
Sept. 7
15

13%

Jan.

4

June 22

14

Nov. 20

8% Nov. 14
3% Sept. 26
3

Feb.

14

5% Jan. 23
Sept. 6
33
Sept. 17
Jan. 18
2
Mar. 19 105% Nov.
8% July 19
July 19
Nov. 13
9
9
Jan.
Sept.

9

Jan.

2

4

29
5
Mar. 16

30

% Apr.
% Jan.

Jan.

25

2
18

6% June 14
Oct. 25
56

5 145
Apr.
1
June
Mar. 29
7% Apr. 25
May
8
Sept. 26 65

Feb.

<:•

X

38

8

3

29% Sale" 28%
105
105% 106

10

5%

Jan.

45

Feb.

2%

48

16

7%

2

5
7
5

30
9

May 16
Jan.

23

5
July 13
33% Nov. 20
11% Oct. 15
9% Jan. 12
75
Apr.
2
24% Oct. 31
3% Mar. 13

2% May 23

4%

Jan.

23

Jan.

9

Nov.

22%
23%
14% Sale

29

2,381 Packer Corp

Apr.
Sept.
Jan.
June
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
5
July
69% July
11

Nov. 30

24

Sept. 10
104% Nov. 30
107
Apr. 28

103

91
100%
101%
18
1 %
20%
4%

2

22

l-;

8%

3

4% Sale
10% Sale

130

50

*

27

Nov. 30
Nov. 19
103
Nov. 19 103
104% Nov. 30
102% Nov. 15
24

24
10

.......

Bros...

35% Nov. 22

Nov. 18

17

Nov.
8
45% May
7
86
Feb. 11

3% Mar.

47




12% May 17

1% Jan.
13

14

21

Mar. 14

97

Jan.

34

Nov. 15
Nov. 20

Oct. 10
Mar. 20
8% May
8
45% May
7
72
Mar. 19
40

Nov.

29

23

17%

For footnotes see page 65.

2

8

40

20

22

44

100 River Raisin Paper Co

84% Nov. 8
13% Nov. 1*

Nov. 14
Nov.
8
Nov. 14

18

Sale

2%
13%

24,275 Richman

8

13

30%
10

....*
10,447 Muiray Ohio Mfg
530 Myers (P E) Byos Pump

302 (e) Paragon Refg 3d pay't end*
300
(e)B v t c 3d pay't end
*
7,593 Patterson-Sargent
688 Peerless Corp
..........3

103

10

14%
17%

,.*
9,716 Nestle L« Mur "A"
6,211 Nineteen Hundred Corp A..*
9,481 Ohio Brass B.......__....__*
Preferred......... .....100
1,447

Sale

32
10%

11

Preferred

84% Nov.

5

100 Otis Steel

""816

Sale
.....

u*

18

1,860

9

1

24

103% 104% Sale

815 Miller Wholesale Drug......*
...*
2,188 (a)Mohawk Rubber....
385 Monarch Machine Tool Co..*

...10
3,290 National Acme...
1,070 (f)Nationa! Carbon pref..100
10,183 National Refining
.25
Preferred....
.......100
2,024
._*
19,074 National Tils
4,668 National Tool common....50

8

65

...*

2,438 Leland Electric..
...*
2,888 McK.ee (Arthur G) B
4,309 Medusa Portland Cement...*
5,349 Metropolitan Paving Brick..*

26%

20

...

670

101

"35% "37"
102

101%

........

6,496

8

Nov.

13

40

8

1,377
(h> $7 Preferred...
1,459
"*»
1,693 Harbauer.
1,913 (a) Harris- Seybold-Potter .II*
'II*
7,065 Interlake SS
7,556 Jaeger Machine.........
lio
655 (i)Kaynee Co
.100
83
(i) Preferred
7.867 Kelly Island L ft T
'*
775 (e)Korach (S) Co...

5

""440

63%

Nov.

13

71

12%
34%

...

485

12%
69

16

Hanna (M A) $5 pref

I

10%
65
82

*

Brothers..........

Preferred..

302

40

"'250

9%
60
75

26%

.10

Greif Bros Cooperage

138
21

4

Mar

49% Nov.

1

w

11

Mar. 14
Mar. 18

Nov. 2
Nov. 22
2% Jan. 25
94% July 11
11% Nov. 14
10% May
9
49% Nov. 2

90

144 Goodrich (BF)
*
Preferred
.........100
100
95 Goodye. r Tire & Rub 1st pf*
489 Great Lakes Towing
100
Preferred
-.100
458

July

Mar.

112% Jan.

8

'49% "Nov." "2 "49% "Nov." "2

14
30
24
8
29
6
25
11
11

15
Mar. 18
56%
09% Nov. 21 115%
ft
5% May 16
Nov. 14
53% Apr. 29 68
Nov. 12
50
Apr. 11 67
Jan. 29
10
Feb. 20 11
4
Mar. 14
6% Jan. 14
23
Nov. 22
3
6
Apr.
8
3% Apr.
8
3% Apr.
22% Sept. 11
8
Mar. 13
8% Mar. 11 22% Sept. 11

11% Nov. 14

8

52

Nov. 15
Nov. 20

59

2

10

265 Gen Tire ft Rub 6% pf_—100
1,215 (a)Geometric Stamping..
*

"""20

8
Oct.
24%
Sept. 10 LOO
4
4%
2% Oct.
2%
2% Jan. 16

2
IX May
90% Apr. 29
5
5
Jan.

"Nov." 18

16

Sept.
May
May
Nov.
Mar.
Nov.
July
Jan.

8 L03
16 L17
6
Mar. 18
21
Jan. 10 59
6% Apr. 13 10
3
36%
30
»Jan.
40
Mar. 29 56

116%

Nov.
1
Nov. 20

56
36%
55

10

10%
9%

4

3%
34%

com

35

Sept. 30

36% Nov. 2
56
Nov. 22

U5%"Nov.""4

'67%

*

Jan.

% Jan.

6

14%

Foot* Burti...

10

1% Feb. 14
4

2

85

102

103

115% 116% 116%

20 General Tire & Rub

Nov. 25

Nov. 12

81

16

73

"Nov." 13
Nov. 25
4% Nov. 29

2% Nov. 16

75

Nov. 29
Feb. 18

13% Nov. 19

Jan.

35
12

2

15
99%
6%
85%
34%

100

"20

55
45

June 28

16%

"l4% Nov." 4

4%

71%
3%

99
6

509 Fostorla Pressed Steel

15% Nov. 30
% Apr. 26

3

Jan.

55

"

15%
80

15

80

,

2%

36%

2,455

4

75

46

46

—

12
*

Federal Knitting Mills
*
193 (a)Ferry Cap & Set Screw..*
85 (d) Firestone Tire & R pref 100

350

Nov. 29
39% Nov. 6
13% Nov. 19
81
Nov. 12

55

48
Nov. 1
39% Nov. 12
9% Nov. 1
80
Nov.
1

Sale
40
13
105

Mar. 20

2

% June 27
Nov. 1
% Apr. 26
8% Jan.
2
39
Apr. 11
14

15% Nov. 30

1

4

35

Dow Chemical

2,146
1,165

140

7

7 103% Jan.

% Jan.

common..... 100

Faultless Rubber

Nov.

14

15% Sale

Preferred-.—....
100
11 (a)Edward8 (Wm) 6% pref.100
*
6,951 Elec Controller Ac Mfg..
630 Enamel Products.

125

Highest
Sale Prices

•1%

*
33,114 Cleveland Cliffs Iron pref
7,214 (j)CleveElec 1116% pref__100
589 (a)Cleveland Quarries
*
..100
1,189 Cleveland R)S
Certificates of deposit.. 100
11,248
1,180 (a)Cleve Union Stockyards..*
1,682 (a)Cleveland Worsted Mills.*
70,253 Cliffs Corporation v t c
*
.V
20 Commercial Bookbinding
*
24,724 (g)Corrlgan McKJnney vot'g.l
11,307
(g) Non-voting...........1

1,150
2,411

Lowest
Sale Prices

1% Feb. 14

313 (a)Cleve Builders Supply—*

19,312

Highest
Sale Prices

103% Jan.

2*

18,507 City Ice 0c Fuel..
*
Href
100
1,739
2,822 Cleveland Builders Realty..*

10
974

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

89

u*

.

~

1

Par.

585 (a)Aetna Rubber
*
66 Air-Way El Appl 1st 7% pf 100
75 (a) Akron Rubber Reclaiming *
*
23,661 Allen Industries Inc...
Preferred.
1,867
16,771 Apex Electric ft Mfg.......*
Preferred..............100
305
35 (b)Bessemer Limestone A...*
100 (c) Brown Fence ft Wire B__*
725 (a)Byers Machine A
....*

"56

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1
Bid

Firestone T ft R of Cal 5s 1942

Shares.

Shares

$Mqo

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Nov.30 1935

1934

1935

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Low from

BONDS

EXCHANGE

July 1 1933

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

In

V'r

November

22,423
294,237

STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

';■

.

Sales

Bond

:!1934

:

l

Apr.

28

Apr. 25
May 16

59

17
29

Nov. 14

1% Mar. 8
Sept. 19
May 16

4

DEC., 1935]
AGGREGATE

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

Nov.30 1935

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

Low from

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

Since

November

July 1 1933

STOCKS

SALES

In

65

Par

152 (a)Robblns & Myers
13

1,891
229

v t c ser 1

(a)Serles 2

Nov. 1

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Lowest

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

% June 14
% Apr. 29
2% May 14

Bid

% Feb. 20
% Apr. 29
3% Jan. 15

*
*

1,159
(a) Preferred ▼ t c
*
6,264 Selberling Rubber..
*
581
Preferred..............lOO
3,810 (a)Selby Shoe
*

1,381

29 (a)Sheriff St Mkt & Storage.*
1,591 (a) Sherwin-Williams
25
2,198
(a)Preferred
.....100
9,809 S MA Corp commos..,^.,^l

""116

200 (a) Small wood Stone A......*
418 Stouffer Corp A

1% Sale
i

4

5

1%

2

6

7

1% Nov.
5
Nov.

1
2

2% Nov. 19
9
Nov. 15

...

t

125
111
110

1,838
321

■

V'

June 26

3

Aug. 12
3

34

Sale

14

15

27%

13

30

30

...

24

25

24

12% Nov.
-

30

6

Nov. 19

14% Nov. 29
33

Nov. 25

Jan.

10
Nov. 15
Apr .17
12
Mar. 23
12
Mar 23
85
Jan. 16 101
July 16
106% June
1 112% Mar. 1
9
Jan.
4
14% Oct. 19
% Mar. 29i
% Mar. 29
20
Jan. 12 33
Nov. 25
9

■

110 Thompson Products Inc
*
3,143 Trumbull-Cllffs preferred 100

6.778 Truscon Steel preferred_.100
165 Union Metals Mfg Co.......*
Vlchek

1

3

27% Jan.

3,430
6,256 Weinberger Drug.......
Tool

•

•
439 West Res 1st Corp pr pref 100
351 Youngst Sheet & Tube pf.100

102

76%
3
8

14%

101
5
Sale

15%
104

14% Apr.
102

""3% "5"
9%

11

15
35

Sale

95

100

Nov.

8 102

82

.....

35
95

25%
Nov.

7

3% Nov. 18
7

Nov.

82
4

Nov.

8
Nov. 7
Nov. 27

1

11% Nov. 22

15% Nov. 12

15% Nov. 13

17% Jan.

95

Jan.

102

25

Apr.
Apr.

82

3
2

Feb.

4

Sept.

2
6

Nov.
2
Nov. 27

11 % Nov. 22

12% Feb.
Jan.

40

Oct.

21

Mar.

78

Oct.

14

20
40

16% Aug. 23

♦

No par value,
(a) Removed from list at close of business July 15
moved from list at close of business July 15 1935.
Operating under 77-B

1935.
Did not apply for permanent registration under SE Act 1934.
(b) Re¬
Bankruptcy Act.
(c) Suspended from trading pending action to delist April 13
Application for removal from listing and temporary registration granted by SEO June 1 1935.
(d) Removed from list at close of business July 15
1935.
Applied for registration on New York Stock Exchange onlyiv< (e) Removed from list at close of business July 15 1935.
In liquidation, (f) Re¬
moved from list at close of business July 15 1935.
Issued being retired Aug. 1 1935.
(g) Assets and business absorbed by Republic Steel Corp.
Re¬
moved from list at close of business on Oct. 4 1935.
(h) Stock called removed from list at close of business on Oct. 3 1935.
(i) Did not complete
registration.
Removed from list at close of business on Oct. 20 1935.
(j) Stock called for redemption Dec. 1.
Trading suspended Nov. 30.
1935.

The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated by superior figures in
tables) are as follows:
» New York Stock.
* New York Curb.
» Chicago Stock.
12 Cincinnati Stock.
«« Detroit Stock.
» Los Angeles Stock. 1




MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

November

aggregate

November
Shares

Shares

16,532
10,794

1,325
1,756
3,582
1,000
2,824
4,110
6,384
1,245
23,116
17,115
733

12,765
160

3,130
9,589

1,750
1,895
14,225
6,719
2,072

"""266
13,539
61,492
18,748
8,859

189,210
73,342
3,083

85,794

Nov.ZQ 1935

5,260
725
360

7,070

22,817
3,636
12,437

"l",715
2,867
4,854
467

34.574
4,832
3,392
8,341

6,052
2,982
32,488
20,866
35,062
27,117
1,087
175
200

22.575
40

76,906
840

8,425
1,585
2,050
5,903

48,173
546
410

14,095

"¥,525
"""BI6
6,354
435

652
91

21,353
2,862
1,339
3,979
12,421
1,141
1,813
5,313
2,853
140

2,584
2,882
*

Sale

55

24

Sale

1%

1%

31*
48

32%
50%
25%
18%

Sale

34%
50
Sale

16

1%
116

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

26

20

83%
21% 22%
2% Sale

1% Nov.

1

Nov. 12

35% Nov.

2

25

4

Sale
19
21
2% Sale
1%
120
119% Sale

117

23% Sale

Nov. 13
Nov.
1
Nov.
6
Nov. 19

m
Nov. 25
2iM Nov. 12
6

4% Sale
9%
"2%
2%
28% Sale

16
1%
,

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

30
1
12

13

1
3%
19
9%
13
2%
22% Nov*] 7

33%
53

Nov. 19

27

12%

UH

15

12 £
18%

3

Nov. 19

Nov. 1
Nov, 29
Nov. 7
Nov. 18
Nov. 25

12%
%
2%
8%

Nov. 20

65
1

L20

5% Nov. 18
9% Nov. 19
3

Nov.

6

28% Nov. 13

12% Nov. 19

3

Nov. 12

18

3%

Sale

9% Nov.
6% Nov. 12
3% Nov. 6

54

Sale

5% Sale
3% Sale
6

Sale

54% Sale
5% Sale
3
3%
6%
6%

Nov¥4

54

5% Nov. 23
2% Nov. 22
5% Nov. 14

Nov. 16
Nov. 4
Nov.
Nov. 19

45,055 Lakey Fdy Ac Mach

12%

....

10% Sale
41

43

26% Sale
16% Sale
27
27%
2% Sale

..*

common. 1

13%
11% Sale

44

40

997 Mahon (R C) cont pref.....*
II,100 McAleer Mfg Co com........*
20,644 Mich Steel Tube Prod com..*

""3%
24

Sale

44

37
27

42

27%
14% Sale
27% Sale
3% Sale
3%

Sale

3%
Sale

% Sale
5%
5%
4% Sale

Michigan Sugar com.......*
Preferred...
.10
Mid-West Abrasive com
50c

%
5%

5
6

Sale

Motor Products Corp com...*
Motor Wheel com........ 5
Murray Corp common
10
Nat Automotive Fibres v t c_*

47

48

56

13%

13%

Packard Motor Co

6%
44%
64%
13%
4%
4%
5%
25%
36%
42%
12%

13% Sale
18%
19%
31%
6% Sale
41
45%

com.

19g Sale

....*

Parke Datls Ac Co....
_•
Parker Rust Proof com
.*
Pfeiffer Brewing Co com
*
Reo Motor com............5

167,089 Rickel (H W) Ac Co common.2
148,274 Rlter Raisin Paper com
*
12,863 Scotten Dillon com.......l0
9,930 ttquare D class A....
..*
11,548
Class B...
8,012 Stearns (Frederick) com....*
2,679 Sutherland Paper Co....
10
116,439 JTimken Axle com
IS
357
Preferred...........
100
common. 1
Truscon Steel Co.......... 10
United Shirt Distributors..*
U 8 Radiator Com..........*
Preferred..
100
Universal Cooler class A....*
Class B
*
Universal Product com
..*
Walker & Co units
Warner Aircraft Corp com.
Whitman At Barnes com..2410

44%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
27
37%
Sale
14%

Sale
Sale

57

4% Nov.
50% Nov.
13% Nov.
18
Nov. 13

Nov.

30

Nov. 21

16% Nov.
27% Nov. 22
3% Nov. 27
3% Nov.
27
1

5%
6%
55%
14%
21%

1
Nov. 22
Nov. 7

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

26
19
21
25

4
8
15

Jan. 12
Mar. 18
Mar. 20
Feb.
7
Mar. 18
Mar. 25
June 24
June
6

July

35%
58
35
53
27%
18%
88%
25%
2%
8%
21%

Nov. 2
Feb. 19

Oct. 23
Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Nov. 26
Oct. 26
Oct. 23
Nov. 29
Oct. 28
Nov. 18
2% Nov. 25
120
Nov. 20
5% Nov. 18
10% Oct. 10
3% Oct. 26
28% Nov. 13
3
Jan. 12
30% Oct. 22
14% Aug. 15
20
Oct.
5
11% Nov. 15
7% Sept. 30

4% Jan.
31% Jan.
Nov.
58% Nov.
5% Oct.

17
18
14
19
5

22

24%
11%
3%
2%

26
30
13
8
23
25
25

20

13
29
20
24

,7
18

31

26% Mar.
3 H June
1% June
3% June

26% Nov. 22
42% Nov. i
13% Nov. 21

42% Nov. 1
13% Nov. 21

29

42

12%

13%

10%

16%

12

4
1
14
12
18

1

6% Nov.
46
80

6

Nov. 20
Nov.
7

16% Nov. 27

31

40

100

104
Sale

il

Sale
Sale
Sale

26%

6%
2% Sale
24% 26%

24

22

1% Sale

% Sale

,

9

11% Nov. 22

Nov.
2% Nov.

Nov.
1
3% Nov. 20
8
Nov. 16
8% Nov. 22
5U Nov. 25
Nov. 26
37
Nov. 25
Nov. 25
26
Nov,
23
Nov. 29
1% Nov.

102

7% Nov.
5% Nov.
3% Nov.
18% Nov.
6

Nov.
1% Nov.
23% Nov.
23
Nov.
% Nov.

% Nov.

h

7

17

44

Nov.

102

JA Sale

15
43

Apr.
Apr.
Feb.
Jan.
May
6% Mar.
6% Mar.

Mm*.
% July
6% Mar.
1% June
3
Jan.
% Jan.
2% Jan.
3
Aug.
17% Mar.
7% Mar.
5

13
16
26

4% Oct. 25
Oct.

7

21

39

Nov."!

3
30
19
15
13

3% Apr.

15
4
20
7
13
2
11

Jan.

Sept.
7% May
2% Mar.
2% Feb.
2% Jan.
20% Jan.
7
21
Jan. 12

7% Jan.

3

7% Mar.

1
3

13%
4%
93
1%
3%

July
Mar. 15
Mar. 6
Sept. 6
Mar. 18
2% July
5

2

Mar. 15

10

May
3% Feb.
1
Apr.

3

Feb.

18

9

Nov. 22
}
i

,
a
>

May ; 9
July
8
Nov. 26
Nov. 19
Oct. 10

Mar. 13

15

33
40

July 13
13% July 20
11% Nov. 25
43% Nov. 15
42
Nov, 7
30
Nov. 21
17% Oct. 23
27% Nov. 22
3% Nov. 27
18
July
3
i Oct.
23

26

Feb.

14

24%

18%

Sale

xnuv.
5% Nov. 23
oy±

42

5% Nov. 25
4% Nov. 27
6% Nov. 23
27
Nov. 14

74

9*/

39

"3" ""Nov," 18
23% Nov. 4
% Nov. 14

11% Nov. 25
43% Nov. 15

15%
16%
4% Sale
4% Sale
6% Sale

71

4

Sale

10
Nov.
6
Nov. 13
41% Nov. 7
26% Nov.
1
14% Nov. 29
27
Nov. 12
2% Nov. 14

43

6% Nov.
44% Nov.
64% Nov.
13% Nov,
3% Nov.
4
Nov.
5% Nov.

'5% Sale"

69,123
87,605
38,097
68,610
olverine Brewing Co com.. 1
2,008 Wolverine Tube common...*
7,808 Young (L A)Co com

Unlisted Dept.—
28,621 American Radiator.........*
5,286 Amer Tel At Tel Co
.100
5,847 Borden Co
25
6,086 Borg Warner Corp com
10
54,403 Commonw Ac Southern Corp *
13.201 Consolidated Oil Co
*
8,460 General Foods Corp........*
58,761 Hupp Motor Car Corp
lo
54,248 Kelvlnator Corp
•
9,050 Kennecott Copper Corp....*
11.202 Kroger Groc At Bak Co.....*
23,546 National Dairy Prod Corp
21,818 N Y Central RR
100
4,409 Purity Bakeries Corp.......*
13,073 Socony-Vacuum Corp.....25
26,372 Standard Brands Inc..

Sale"

"9"" Sale"
102
3

269,514 Titoli Brewing Co

12,468

18

28

Mar. 13
Feb. 20

3% Apr.
% Apr.
0% Jan.

Nov. 29
Nov. 25

11
20
28
27

Sale Prices
2
Jan.
5

Walker-Gooderham

Class B

18,705
28,732
3,185
2,303
19,181
101,106

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
1% Mar.

13% Nov. 20
19% Nov. 14
11% Nov. 15

58%
5%
3%
6%

2

Feb. 15
Mar. 12

88

24%
2%
8%
21%
2%

"19%::::: ::::i "21% '21%"Nov."l2 22" "Nov." 13

Hudson Motor Car.........*
Eresge (8 8) Co com
lb

86,745

Apr.

28

9% Sale
7
7%

Hosklns Mfg Co common...**
Houdaille Hershey class A
*

261,725
54,450
14,021
233,187

Mar. 20
Feb.
6

27% Nov. 20
18% Nov. 26

Ac Worts com

83,124
8,450
117,127
34,137
41,016
156,469

6% Mar. 19
July 24

Nov." 14

3

25"" ~29J

Highest

Sale Prices
1
Sept. 24
47

31% Nov. 29

Sale

3% Sale
8
9%
2%
2%

Lowest

1% Nov. 13
31

52

83

6

......*
230 Home Dairy class A
*
24,484 Hooter Steel Ball com.....lt

No par value,

46%

25% Sale
16
16%
85%
86%

...

3,806
3,442
161,605
164,943
47,445

Sale

33
54

Federal Mogul common.....*

11,816

16", 690

1% Sale
45%

57,955 Federal Motor Truck com...*
11,177 Federal Screw Works com...*
4,872 Ford Motor of Canade cl A..*
I,526 Gemmer Mfg Co class A.....*
149,099 General Motors com.
...It
358,716 Goebei Brewing Co com.....I
161,162 Graham-Paige Motor com.. 1
91,783 Hall Lamp com
...*

6,568

Ask

Ask Bid

3,231,038

range since jan. 1

Sale Prams

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

32

47,193 Brlggs Mfg Co common;....*
33,610 Burroughs Adding Mach
*
2,695 Capital City Products......*
71,095 Chrysler Corp common.....5
31,496 Consolidated Paper com...It
24,833 Continental Motors com
1
8,292 Crowley, Milner 8c Co com..*
53,899 Delsel Wemmer Gilbert comll
23,922 Detroit 8c Clerel Nat com. .10
10,952 Detroit Rdison com
...IN
28,814 Detroit Forging Co
*
41,420 Detroit Gray Iron Ac Fdry_..5
40,208 Detroit Mich Store common.1
48,757 Detroit Paper Products.....*
300 Dolphin Paint Ac Varnish A.*
9,863 Baton Manufac'g Co com...*
26,278 Eureka Vacuum Cleaner....*
36,742 Ex-Cello Aircraft Ac Tool
3

Hiram

:■

m

Par
Auto City Brewing common. *
Baldwin Rubber class A
•
Bohn Aluminum & Brass.-.5
Bower Roller Bearing
...5

1934

Shares 4,981,818

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Iflwfrom
July 1 1933

^■WtockMM

55,826

1935

260,476 I Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

755,493

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

sales
Since
Jan. 1

In

Stock Sales

1934

1935

Stock Sales

7
8

13% June
3
% July
5
2% Jan.
3
% Oct. 14
% Nov. 14
12
July 30
41% Nov." 15 *18% Mar. 14

Nov. 25

I
a

Oct. 16
Oct. 22
July 10
Nov.

Nov. 14

{ Oct.
i Nov.
Sept.
4 Oct.
I Nov.
Aug.
i Nov.

98j

2%

Sale

21%
157%
26%
61%
2%

32%
2%
13%
26%
27%
17%
23%

Sale

"33%

143% Sale"
25% Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

"i2% Sale
14%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

14% Sale

'26%

Sale

17%
143%
25%
60%
2%
9%
32%
2%
13%
26%
26%

17%
22%
14%
11%
14%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

22% Nov. 20
160

Nov. 29
Nov.

64

Nov. 26

3% Nov. 25
10% Nov. 25
34%
3%
15%
29%
28

19%
28

16%
13%
15%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

21
15
25
22

25
22
25

10% Maro
99

14
1
16
22
22
28
20

Nov. 16

4 Nov. 22
i Nov. 25
Nov. 26
i Nov. 25
i Nov. 25
i Oct. 26
Oct.

29

i Oct. 28

I

Mar. 19

i May 31

Aug. 27
£ Nov.115
ms

»9j

1

7

( Nov. 27
g Nov. 25
g Nov. 27
i Nov. 23

'

3)

4 Nov; 20

Mar. ]

Nov. 29

Apr.
Jan.
Mar.;
Mar.
Sept.
Apr.
Aug.:
Mar.:
23% Mar.
13
Mar.
12% Mar.
8% Feb.
10% Aug.
12% Sept.

4 Nov. 7
4 Oct. 22
4 Nov. 25

21%
28%
%
6%
30%
%
10%
14%

4 Nov. 25

•4
4
\i
14

M
%
%
%

June 17
Jan.
7
Jan. 10
Nov. 25
Aug. 12
Nov. 22
Nov. 25
Oct. 16
Jan.
4
Jan.
3

Deferred delivery sales,
r Sold for cash.
* Ex-dividend.
The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables), are as follows:
New York Stock
* New York Ourb.
* Chicago Stock. ,# Chicago Board of Trade
'• Los Angeles Curb. 11 Philadelphia Stock. u Pittsburgh Stock.
Son Francisco Curb.
r




a

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

Shares-

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE

1934

1935 Ifi:

November-

SALES

312,413
2,059,491

November

%

"i",66o

60
62

~"l~,956
2,813
3,540
6,699
17,333

PITTSBURGH

Nov.30 1935

Since
Jan. 1

?5,000 Independent Brewing As. 1955
22.000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s

1949

51
86

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

.......
Preferred
100
125 Amei Window Gleu pref.10#

4,521 SrkiDMi Nat Gas Gawp
16,831
Preferred—
30,388 Armstrong Cork Co
31,085 BIsw-Knox Co
342,401 Carnegie Metals

29 *4
111

2*4
II

Sale

1

800 Consolidated Ice pref.
..50
335 Crandall McK Ac Hand.. ....*
Devonian Oil

13 *4
5

"14"
Sale

2,977

21,538 Duquesne Brewing.........5
Class A
9,479
5
1,624 Electric Products..........*
6,475 Follansbee Bros pref
It#

Sale

fi** mm
Sale

400

3,370
4,955
959

1,998
26,609

47,956

Fort

Pittsburgh Brewing

6,882 Herb-Walker

Refrac cons..

*

12,936

213,440 Lone Star Gas
_.*
1,230 McKlnney Manufacturing..*
35,355 Mesta Machine
5
49,027 Mountain Fuel Supply......
515 Nat Fireproofing Corp com.*
5,585 Nat FireproofIng Corp pf .100
40 Penn Federal Corp pref__100
13,840 Phoenix Oil com
25c
10,820
Preferred
_....._...__1
8,034 Pittsburg Brewing
....*
Preferred
8,437
.......*
3,270 Pittsburgh Coal pref.....100
30,128 Pittsburgh Forglnga
..1
852 Pittsburgh Oil Ac Gau
5
16,644 Pittsburgh Plate Glass
25
47,382 Pitts Screw Be Bolt Corp.... *

61

844 Pittsburgh Steel Foundry..•
285
Preferred
........100

"4,27l
11,899

*""760
""4",040
"l",377
846
25

4,029

"""690

818

1,600
850
600

70,721
2,504

12",641

6,667 Plymouth Oil Co

85,802 Shamrock Oil Ac Gas
.....*
4,335 Standard Steel Spring......*
32,617 United Engine Ac Fdy
....*
47,229
910 United States Glass.......25

"""259

2,542 Vanadium Alloy Steel......*

1,975

69,846 Victor Brewing Co
....1
790 Waverly OH A—*....
*
25,282 Western Public Service.....*

8,686
1,547

28,816 Westlnghouse Air Brake....*
22,267 Westghouse El At Mfg..
50

289
80

UNLISTED.
3.420 Lone Star Gas 4% pref
10#
1,868
4M% preferred.........IN
8,381 Pen rood Corp * tc
.*

3,398
*

The

No par value,
x Ex-dividend.
National Securities Exchanges
•
N«w York Stock.




*=
3

4*4
10*4

1°

13$urn

13
7

which low prices since
New York Curb.

*

110

4*1

1

Nov. 13

Nov.

1
2
7

Apr. 18 104
102*4 Apr. 26 107

101
106 *4

"Nov ."27

29*4 Nov. 30

Nov. 20 111

40*4 Nov.
13*4 Nov.

4*4 Nov.
Nov.

3

Nov. 29
8

1
2

Mar.

17

Mar.

Nov.

1

4*4 Nov. 20

9*4 Mar.
1*4 Jan.
2*4 Jan.
June

5*4 Nov. 26
15*4 Nov. 1

Nov. 1
Nov. 8
Nov. 16
Nov. 25
Nov. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 7
Nov. 1

15*4 Nov. 27
12*4 Nov
8

7*4 Sale
4*1
4*4

1*1

14

Sale

25*4 Sale

28

Nov. 16

97*4 Nov. 27

99

Nov.

4

11

Nov.

8

4*4 Mar. 13

41*4 Nov. 20
5*4 Nov. 6

24*4 Jan. 12
4*4 Nov. 16

12*4
6*4
7*4
3*4
10*4
1*4
25*4

7

Nov.

4

7*4 Nov. 18
5

Nov. 29

16*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.

4
8

3*4 May
3*4 Mar.
2*4 Aug.
4*1 Jan.

Oct.

3*4 Jan.
5*4 Jan.
2

Mar.

Feb.

55

Sale

98

10*4 Sale

Sale

9*4 Sale
85c

39

9*4 Nov. 26

1

Mar.

73

Mar.

1

Sale

38*4

Sale

4*1

38*4
Sale

IX

IX

37*4 Nov. 8
4*4 Nov. 16
90c

Nov.

2

2c""Nov.~"7

Feb.

5

1*4 Nov. 25

90c

Nov.

2

Nov. 21

13
20

Apr. 25
Nov. 7
May
9

4c

3c

2
2*4
17*4 Sale

6*4 Sale
1*4
91*4 Sale
7

2*4

15*1
6*4
96

Sale

3
16
6*4
98

7*4 Sale
2*4

"16"" mil

2*4 Nov.
16

39*4 Nov. 22
6*4 Nov. 1
91*4 Nov.
6*4 Nov.
13

14
2c
2

Sale

1

Sale
3c
Sale

;

15
2c

12*4

15*4

24*4 Sale

"30"~ Hill

1

-

^

Sale"
17*4

27*4 Sale
1*1
2

34*4

2c

15

39*4 Nov. 22
7*4 Nov. 7

1

Jan.
2
Mar. 20

30

15

Nov. 26

12*4 Nov.

7

1

1
16

1

Nov. 26

2

Nov. 16

2

13*4 Nov. 13
'

2*4
-

Nov.

2*4 Nov. 29
18

1 100*4 Nov. 7
1
8*4 Nov. 15

Nov. 18

10*4 Nov.
1

4

Nov. 26

2c

3

Nov.

Nov. 29
Nov. 26
Nov. 21

1*4 Nov

2

14*4 Nov.

6

17*4NOV. 29

24*4 Nov.

1

28*4 Nov. 22

Novr"4

36

N0V.I2

Sale

65c

27

Sale

32

100

70c

Sale

-

109"" 109*4

106

65c

Nov. 16

70c

Nov.

26*4 Nov.
88*4 Nov.

100*4 Nov.
109

7
4

1

35*4 Nov. 19
98

Nov. 19

7 102
Nov. 22
109*4 Nov. 22
4*4 Nov. 18

Nov. 27

2*4 Nov. 13

July 11933

1

2
5c

9

Feb.

5
2
2

Jan.
9
Nov. 16
Mar. 26

Mar

90

Jan.

1*4 Apr

Nov. 7
Feb. 11
Nov. 7
Jan. 11
Feb.
5
Nov. 26
Nov. 7

Nov. 22
Jan.

1*4
5*4
5*4
35*4

Nov.
Jan.
May
July
Nov.

98

28 102
7109

Nov. 22
Nov. 22

2

4

Nov. 18

made (designated by superior figures In tables), are as follows:
New Xork Produce Exchange.
w are

10
12

29
8
15
19
Nov. 19

3*4 Jan. 23
18*4 Mar. 27
32*4 Mar. 18

69

11

Apr. 20
Nov. 29
Apr. 26
July 17
Sept. 9
Apr. 11

13

18
65c

Jan.

Apr. 10

5c
May 16
4
May
8
25*4 Apr.
6
39*4 Nov. 22

Oct.
5
Feb. 11
Jan.
2
Jan. 16

27*4 Jan.
18*4 July
1*4 Oct.

8
Feb. 27

14*4 Mar. 26

1$

1
7
2c
75c

Nov.

41M Nov. 20
5*4 Nov. 6
1
May
9

May 31
2*4 Mar. 30
1
Apr. 18
47*4 Apr.
2 100*4
8*4
5*4.Mar 13
4
1*4 Apr. 22
15
9
Oct. 19
9
May 31 12*4

1

70c

—

11

Mar. 20

50c
90c

16*4 Nov. 4
2*4 Jan. 31
28
Nov, 16
111
May 3
83*4 Oct. 23
100
Sept. 6

1*4 Oct.
16*4 Mar.
102

98 *4

I* M

Jan.

8

June 21
Nov. 29

15*4 Nov.*27
12*4 Oct. 29
8
Apr. 27

10*4 Jan.
12

8
Sept. 26

June

13*4 Jan.
2
3
Nov. 8
7
Aug.
9
43*4 Nov. 19
17*4 Nov. 16
5*4 Oct. >56
4*4 Nov. 20
8
June 13
5*4 Aug.
5
15*4 Oct. 31
3*4 Mar. 7
5
Aug. 22

Feb.

6*4 Nov. 27
43X Nov. 19
17*4 Nov. 16
5

Nov.

30
.11

20*4 Jan.
100*4 Sept.
9*4 Apr.

1
4

13*1

15

16
15
Sale

12%

....

on

Highest
Sale Prices

~ix :::::

5

17,203 Renner Brewing Co........l
2,200 Ruud Mfg
...........5
162,350 San Toy Mining
........1

Lowest
Sale Prices

6

42

~4*4 s"a"le

1

Preferred...
......100
Jones Ac Laughlln Sf 1 pf.-lM
12,298 Koppers Gas Be Coke pref.ltO

Highest

2X Nov.

15*4

1

Sale Prices

29X Nov. 30
.

6X

41*2

RANGE SINCE JAN.

8

4*4 Sale
15*4

142 Duff-Norton Mfg Co....._._*

645

$2,000
41*000

Sale Prices

4*4 Nov. 20

15

25

Sale

Sale

6*1

•

5,752 Clark (D L) Candy
•
68,012 Columbia Gas Be Electric...*

10,158

-

1934

$1,000
35,000

-

Lowest

Ask

107"" 108"" 106"" 107"" l06*4"Nov."27

227

1,460
7,726

^

Nov. 1

Bid

105 Central Ohio Steel Prod....*
53 Central Tube Co..

460

-

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

3,719 Allagbesr Steal

20
"

1935

-

July 1 1933

BONDS

-

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Bond Sales
November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30---—

83,154
1,450,377

t

C'"'

'■'/v.).

5an Francisco Stock Exch
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

•■V'

V,

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

November-

-

1935

.

\

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

SAN FRANCISCO

Since
Jan. 1

November

BONDS

Nov.30 1935

Atlaa Diesel Eng

91

94

96

107

108

107

6,000

1,000

40,000

Market Street

4,000
2,000
1,000
5,000
26,000
42,500
30,000
3,500
5,000
42,000
7,000
4,000
23,500
11,500
1,000
9,000
6,000
3,000
4,000
22,000
11,000

d Miller & Lux Inc 6s

1,000
1,000

3,000

2",666
MOO

T.666

t6s

d6s

City Electric Co 5s

...1937
ft Coast Co G & E 5s......I960
Emporium Capwell 5%s.„1942
pFood Mach Corp ser A 6sl938
^Series B 6%
1938
Gt Western Pow Co 5s...1946

Langendorf Utd Bak 6%s 1941
Aag Gas&Elec Corp 6s'42
5%%
1943
g5H»
1949

Los

5s

1939

5^8.....

1947

Rj Co 7e..1940

88%

92%

1952
...............1941

4 5s

1955

aPaclflc Public Ser Co 5% 1936
Pacific Tel 8c Tel Co 5S...1937
5s

1952

Ry Equip 8c Rlty Co 6s...1938
eS J Lt 5c Pr Corp 5S.....1957
6s

1952

SPCoSFTer 4s

1950

Southern Pacific Co 4% 8.1969
Ore Lines 43^s.......1977

Southern Pac RR Co 4%.1955

117

"¥,978
2,880
8,508
1,768
93

4,095

105

44

106

3,715
1,531

219
10

1,346
2,215
527

'

Preferred

Aug.
May
Mar.

Nov. 26

July

4
i

2q

2,

Jan.

1

Jan.

.....

Nov."

4

Mar. 2

2

v.%
Aug
Mar

May 17
May 27
May 25

Nov.
124
123
9 123% Nov. 18
124% 123
106
103% 104% 105
76
77
73%
"74%No"v."l8 "74% "Nov." 18
83
86
84%
98
97
98
97% Nov. 8 97% Nov. 8
97%

4% Sale
39%
46

June 26

May 2July
1
June 2?

Nov,

June 2?

8

Mar.

Apr. 26

8 118% "Nov." "8

|

Mar. 19

Sept. 22

Aug. 30

20
com

*

Sale

16% Sale

22

4%

22

Ink Co Inc A....*

42

California Water Serv preflOO

15%
115

15%

14

1

16% Nov. 26

14% Nov. 5
3% Nov. 27

Nov.

16% Nov, 25
4% Nov. 6

170

15%
16%
4% Sale
38
42

Oct.

Claude Neon Blec Prod.....*

•
Coast Cos Gas 8c El 1st pf 100
Consol Aircraft Corp com
1
Consol Chemical
Industries
...

Sale
23

5%
....

]

1% Jan.
31% Jan.

35% Sale
97
99%
56%
86%
12%
33%
102%
15%

Sale
Sale
Sale
34
104
Sale

33
280

Sale
300

6

]
3

19

22

2®

70

35%
98

35%
99%

Nov.
Nov.

1
1

30

Nov.

45

22
4%
..

22%
21%
4%
70
%
21%

Nov. 19

48

Nov. 20

35

.

Nov.

97% Nov.

1

Nov.

5

2

1

Nov. 14
Nov.
1

31

5

37% Nov. 16

2 100

Nov. 19

54%
82%

14%
34%
103

56
83h
15^
36

55% Nov. 29
84% Nov. 4
12

Nov.

34

Nov.

103

Nov.

36

22

295

297

Sale"

65%
3%

31

30

Nov.

34

7

1

95

6

Nov. 8
Nov. 7
Nov.
8
Nov. 22

15

Nov.

7

Nov.

3%
32%
27%
18%

96% Nov.

Nov.

96

24% Nov.
15% Nov.
13% Nov.

99* Sale

7

500

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

7% Nov.

Nov.

5%
84%
89%
2%

ftM Q*
14%
33
uy>

27

64%
3%

Nov. 20

58

70

Oct.

Jan.

35~"

Sale

4%
8%
15%

Sale
Sale
15%

3

Nov.

7

34% Nov. 5
00% Nov. 18

235

Oct.

Jan.

2

16% Nov. 30

Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

38

18

Jan.

£

5% Jan.
12% July
26% Jan.

]

4% July
27%
18%
15%
35%
300%

71% Jan.

9

1

49%
55

47

Jan.

35

34

50 % Nov. 14
55
Nov. 29
36
Nov. 13

39

34

27

Feb.

48

4%
10

5
Sale

16% Sale

Nov. 22

54% Nov. 29
Nov. 15

4% Nov.
7% Nov.
15% Nov.

5

Nov. 20

Nov.

6

5

1
6

10% Nov. 29

2

17

Nov. 22

1
7

7

96

65% Nov.
3% Nov.

27

Nov.

7% Nov.
95

63% Nov.
3% Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

500

1

Mar. J
Mar. J
Oct. 1

27

21% Jan.
20% Jan.

16
6
15
23
23
20

33

Apr. 3

61%
3%

3%

Jan.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
July
Nov.

3%
60%
60%
2%
22%

27

60

Nov. 19

11%
59%
89%
16%
37
105

Aug. 2
29% Jan. 3

54%

49% Sale

100

Jan.

7% June 2
36% Jan. 3
80
10

5

July 11
42% Feb. 18

27% Jan.

Sale

Sale

48

Feb.

33

2%

Sale

5

25% Feb. 3
31
Aug.

30

30% Nov.

31%

Sale

97

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

30%

Nov. 20

29
1

65

77
15

105

26

1
30

16% Nov. 30

Sale

14%
34%

Aug.
Feb. J

% Feb.
10% Jan.

14% Nov.

90
Sale

Nov.
6
Nov. 15
Nov. 23
Nov. 25

25
6
7
27
19
9

26% Nov. 25
22% Sept. 11
5% Sept. 14

Jan.

16% Sale

105

90

Sale

59%
89%
16%
35%

J

7% Jan.

5% Nov.
1

Jan.

Jan.
9
Mar. 22

16% Nov.
4% Nov.
40
Aug.
9% May
18% Nov.
L87
Aug.
17% Oct.

21% Apr.

Nov. 14

4

10H

85% Sale

17% Sale

101

Jan.
Aug. 2

26% Nov. 25

25%

84%

26

8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 12

25%
21%

Sale

30

20

2

Jan.

143

Sale
Sale
45

10

30,870 General Paint Corp A
*
B
»
62,827
127,959 Golden 8tate Ltd cap
...»
19,516 Hale Bros Stores, Inc, cap..*
dHawaiianCommerc'l it Sugar
Co.. Ltd
5,619
capital..
25

Oct.
Jan.

16%
18% Nov. 19
17% 12% Nov.
Nov.
184% Sale 171
185% Nov. 25
14% Nov. 30 16% Nov.
14% Sale

dCalll West States Life las.-5

Caterpillar Tractor cap....*
Chrysler Corp common.....5

14
85
12

6

12% Sale

1




18
2

Mar. 5
Nov. 12

123

65

69

15

Feb.

Jan.

.......100

For footnotes see page

31

July

Jan.

106

105% 104% 105% 104% Nov. 12 104% Nov. 12
109% 110
109% 112
109% Nov. 26 109% Nov. 26
103
101
100% 103

23

313 General Motors.

313

105

Jan.

17

D

..............

1,211

28

Mar. 19

Par.

44,123 El Dorado Oil Works cap...*
65,383 Emporium Capwell cap
*
39,697 Emsco Derrick & Eq Co cap. 5
1,681 Fireman's Fund Indem cap 10
15,405 Fireman's Fund Insur cap 25
70 First Nat Corp of Portland A *
67,861 Food Machinery Corp com..*
10
15,904 Foster 8c Klelser com...
Galland Mercantile Laundry
common (capital) ........*
1,754

2,865
6,960
9,492

.

118% 119% 118%

Preference series A.......*
13,211
Preference series B
.....*
7,507
8,619 Di Giorgio Fruit Corp com. 10
Preferred
9,504
100

956

21

Feb.

May 23

31

Jan.

105

Calamba Sugar Estate com 20

Clorox Chemical A

Oct.

8

Oct.

112

30,237

86,313
1,888

Feb.

90% Nov. 12

118% 119% 118% 120

171

....

1
25

Jan.

Sale

Calaveras Cement Co

Apr. 10
Mar. 29

4
May 23
Mar. 19

112

Inc class A partlc pref
*
326 Cracker First Nat Bk SFcaplOO
270,361 Crown Zeller com vot tr ctfs *

2,984

90% Nov. 12

102

May
17
June
23
May
20
2 101% Nov.
Sept.
29 108

16
19
16
105
Mar. 1 106% Juni 20
107% Jan. 29 107 % Jan. 29
Aug. 31
100% Apr. 23 103
107% Nov. 19 109% Mar. 29
Mar.
8
106% May 24 107
107% Apr. 11 108% Feb. 13
106
June 29 107
July 26
108
Oct. 28 108% Oct. 29

105% 106%

Sale
175

1,087
2,654
69,433
5,615
15,829
14,344
2,156
6,465

93%

Mar. 19

104

118% 120

471 dCalif-Ore Power 7% pref. 100
*
90,724 California Packing cap

""9",978

102

1942

6,739 California

619

92%

Nov. 22 106% Nov. 21
1 108
Nov.
1

Nov.

Apr. 10

103% Apr.
106% Jan.
105% Sept.
91% Jan.
104% Jan.

Apr. 15

10
49,699 California Copper cap
42,756 Calif Cotton Mills cap...100

15,602
12,031

7 101% Nov. 19

109

1947

Preferred

6

112

14

292

Nov. 20
8 100
Feb. 27
4 91
29 108% July
1

Jan.

5% ww.*45

6%
/4%

Mar.
Jan.

Jan.

15

9

360

108

106% 107% 105% 106% 106
107% 108% 107% 108% 108

120

2,010

34,494
3,630

109

cap. 10

62,830
6,382
7,681

7,870

3,492
5,602

108

Nov.

6 104% Nov.

103% 105
103% 105
108
107% Nov. 19 107% Nov. 19
107% 108% 107
104% 106
104% 105%

106

fiUnion Oil Co Cal

88
108

101% 101% 102% 100

33,545 Atlas Imperial Diesel Eng A 5
3,558 Bank of Calif Nat Assn caplOO
243,156 Byron Jackson com cap_„__»

18,685

Nov. 20

108%

100

105

1942

Assoc Ins Fund Inc com caplO
369 Associated Oil Co capital..25
18,740 cAtlas Imp Diesel Eng Co A-*

269

95% Nov. 19 100

102

Pacific Gas & El Co 5s

101,579

9,969

100

102

109 Alaska Packers Assn cap-_100
20
25,416 Anglo-Calif Nat'l Bank

13,365

Highest
Sale Prices

104% 105
105% 104% Nov.
105% 106% 105% 107%

104

STOCKS

"¥, 591

Lowest
Sale Prices

1945

14,980 Alaska Juneau Gold If

1,505

Highest
Sale Prices

104

102
112

&5%s

Lowest

80

Corp 5s '47
Nor Calif Pr Co con 5% ..1948
d Orpheum Thea 8c Rlty 6s '46

North Amer Invest

6s

Ask

1942

Calif Packing Corp 5s....1940

Shares.

Shares.

1

Sale Prices

30

Ask Bid

Co 6s...1945
1935

4,000

21,000

Nov

Nov. 1

Calif Gas 8c Elac Corp 5s. 1937
dCalif Ore Power Co 5%s 1955

i"o"o66

Y&obb

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Bid

23,000
10,000
12,000
2,000
4,000
50,000
11,000
11,000
210,000
24,000
6,000
2,000
26,000
37,500
4,000
4,000
12,000

2,000

.

to

$

13,000

$28,000
388,000

July I 1933

SALES

In

1934

$73,000
749,500

-

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREQATE

November

298,546
4,308,500

—>6,975,194

1935

Bond Sales

1934

<

Shares. 1,394,938

—

-

66

1

7
6

13

Jan.

23
Nov. 8
Nov. 22

Aug. 15
Apr.
5
Nov. 18
Nov. 20

Oct.

21

5

Sept. 11

7

53

Aug. 21

54% Nov. 29
14% Mar. 20
1% Mar. 28

55

Nov. 29

36

Nov. 13

4

Mar. 18

8% Jan.
43% Jan

28
4

6% Aug. 23
10% Nov. 29
17
Nov. 22
60

Anr.

25

DEC., 1935]
AGGREGATE

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Low from

July 1

Since

69

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

1933

to

STOCKS

Nov.30 1935
Par

•

Nov.

1

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Horn* Fire A Marine Inaur

224

4,698
Co of Calif capital-....10
44,062 Honolulu OH Corp Ltd cap. *
8,956 Honolulu Plantation cap._20
33,115 Hunt Bros Packing Co cl A.
3,790 Hutchinson Sug Plant cap.15

4,560
575

?

V

4,745
335

Island

1,666

28,009
3.947
1,156
14,830
5,246
16,930
11,082
84,335
6,391
2,485
1,9"
34,146
15,199

260

"3",349
2,680
3,117
3,368
16,808
236

415
480

12,706
1,609
150

20

Pr#kfArrn/1

9^

Class B

18»

48%

22

19H

9%

43

Libby McNeill & Libby

7%
28

a

834

Sale

8^

8
27

Sale

Lyons-Magnus Inc A
B

Mach Co

716

2,722
6,122

.

630

2,260

19,027
1,333
6,752

375

1,729
175
3,154
3,090

17,246
13,407

50

765

735

261
138
180

▼

*

38

Sale

9% Sale

...

100

33

3334
1154 Sale

6% Sale

8

55

56

Sale

14

Sale

1034
72%
7034
Sale

85%

52

65
14 %

—100

Pacific Lighting Corp com..*
li dividend pref
...——*
com

non-vot-.*

preferred-.—...

Pac Tel A Tel Co common

.

•
100

Preferred.
—.—.—100
Paraffine Cos, Inc., com....*
Phillips Petroleum Co cap..*
Pig'n Whistle Corp partlc pf •
Ry Eq A RIty Co Ltd cl A—
B

2834 Sale
38 % Sale
12 M Sale

29

6

Nov. 19
Nov. 14

12

Nov.

Nov. 21

Nov. 22
Nov. 16

7

Nov.

1

11334 Nov.

9

v

-7p:

Nov. 12

234 Nov. 14
234 Nov. 7
17

Nov.

Nov. 14

Nov. 14
103
14% Nov. 4

1634 Nov. 30

"2" ""Nov ."27

33

Nov. 26

934 Nov.

704

1^614

«
X

/

705

11,725
*

992

725,297
19,971
3,665
10

30
32

1034 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
28%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
114%
140
Sale
35%
1%
2%

2

4,107

8,530

534
134
2234
634
534
8134
634

Mar. 22

10

May
9
May
9
934 July
9
1234 Nov. 14

29

M^ie

434 Nov. 21

Apr.
4
Aug. 16
Oct.
2

2734 Nov. 22

Nov. 16
734 Oct. 15
3 11334 Oct. 26

Jan.

Jan.

1

10

11

Mar
34 Jan.
8f| Jan.
93
Feb.
2
Jan.
34 July
434 Mar.
334 June
2
Nov.

19

28
23
6
8

16
1

27
27

934 July 18
Aug. 22
Nov.
7
Oct. 29
10334 Sept. 12
14% Nov. 4
July
2
1634 Nov. 30
334 June 27
2
Nov. 27

i?ff

Feb.

734 Jan

.

1

3854 Nov.

2

15 1134 May 24

5
Mar, 11
3134 Mar. 28

1134 Nov. 21
7234 Nov. 25

26

72

Nov. 20

15

June 29

Nov.20

1434 Nov. 6
2934 Nov.20
3934 Nov. 8

10

Nov. 21

1234 Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

15

3134 Nov.
2934 Nov.

2

7
6

106

5

Nov. 15

Nov.

2134 Nov.

8
7

Nov. 25
Nov. 20

134 Nov. If
■

2

Nov.

4

134 Nov. If
2334 Nov. If
23
21

Nov. If

5

Nov. If

34

33

Nov.

3434

Nov. 21

23

Sale

21

Nov.

29

Nov. 25

LOO

Sale

100

Nov.

103

83%

34%

3334
120

3*

106

4*
Sale

11% Sale
103

3234 Nov.
11334 Nov.

109

113% Sale
103 % 105%

10634

Sou Pacific Co com

(cap'l).lOO

24%
334

Nov. IS

Nov.

5

3234 Nov. 12
Nov.20

Nov

Nov. 20

34 Nov.
334 Nov.
1134 Nov.

Nov.

6

Nov.

Spring ValleyCo Ltd capital *
Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

38%

Telephone Investment Corp *
Thomas Alloc Corp class A..*
Tide Water Assoc Oil Co

41

3

com •

Preferred

101

•

..10

Sale

1134 Sale
2034
1034 Sale

20

2234

United Air Lines Trans v t c.5

Universal Cons Oil

4

1134 Sale

100
.

Sale

734 Sale
110
274

23

'Vi

1834
334
134
634
3634

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 29
Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Nov. 13

134
1034
10034
934
20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

934 Nov. 14
23

25

6

Nov. 25

43
23

Nov.

8

Nov.

8

83

Nov. 25

38
40

3
6
1
12%
2 104
1
1334

Nov. 23

234 Mar. 22
30
9

85

21

18

Nov.

8

33

Nov. zu
20

9

1034 Nov. 30

2

1234 Nov. 25
9

Nov.
Nov.

7
4

285" ""Nov .'20

—It
Yellow A Checker Cab Co—

(Consolidated) cl A

ser 1

SO

15

Sale

1634

2434 Sale

2434 Nov. 30

27% Nov,7

25

17

2934

27

Nov.

7

Nov. 16

25

14

81
38 «

10

41

6

Nov. 25

8
Oct.
8
Nov. 25
Nov.
7

Sept. 25

2
3;
18 12«
5 104
12 1334

Nov. 20
Nov. 21
Nov. 14

Nov. 20
Nov. 16

May
May
Nov.
Oct.

23
18
25
26
June 21
Nov. 20

34 Mar. 20

1054 Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

434 Nov.
3

2 21
Jan. 21
1654
L734 Jan.
2 26
434 Mar. 13 1234
634 Oct. 11
754
14
Feb.
1 125
Jan.
285

6

Oct. 21
Nov. 20
Nov. 20

Aug.
8
8734 June 29
1434 May 22

54 Feb.
27

Nov. 25

Aug. 16

98

5

Pipe A Steel of Calif
...........

Mar.
Jan.
Oct.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.

Aug. 14

534 Nov. 6
14% Nov. 25

L434 Feb.

Nov. 14

23

1

.

Nov. 16

7

4

18 35
8 121
15 109
28
54

21
Mar. 29
Mar. 15

Nov. 20

Nov. 21

Nov.

295"" 27634 Nov."

Jan.
July

134
734
J3J4
434

iMOV.

115

27734 285

Jan.

3234 Jan.
8
1334 June 21
13
Mar. 14
134 Jan.
3
34 Jan.
9
534 Jan.
2

7

Nov. 19

Jan. 23
Jan.
2 29
Feb. 26 103

3434 Oct.
Jan.

8834
77
34
134

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

1334

23
21

Jan.
3 140
Nov. 20
Mar. 14 7834 Nov. 19
Mar. 13 3434 Oct. 25
Jan. 22
234 Aug. 23
Feb. 27
4
Aug. 26
Nov. 5
Aug. 27
10
Jan.
3 24
Oct. 25
534 Mar. 15 27
Aug. 27
534 Feb. 21 2534 Aug. 27

Nov. 25

40

V*
Sale
c

Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
7
Nov. 15
Nov.
8

1434
34
34
34

108

T

Sou Pac Golden Gate cl A..*
Class B
———.——.*

7 106
5
2

Nov. 23
Nov.
7

36

Nov.

Prior pref series A......100

15

3134
2934
2734
5734

111

7834 Nov. 1?

Nov.

Jan.

34 Feb.

8

2934 Aug. 14
3934 Nov. 8
13
Oct. 28

734 Feb. 25 2134 Nov. 7
Nov. 25
7034 Jan.
2 122

140

Nov.

preftefed.f,».«.I00

Jan.

71

122

5

Rainier Pulp A Papcl A com *
Root Bros Inc common.....1

434 Jan.
2
1334 Feb. 20
2034 Jan.
8
18

1834 Nov.

21

934 Mar. 13
2134 Mar. 15
1234 Jan. 16
2
Apr. 22

2034 Mar. 13

7

19%
6%

18%

Mar. 28

5734 Nov.

34 Nov.
2234 Nov.

Sale
Sale

-

2634 Nov. 12

134 Nov.

2

1

Nov. 23

3
33

common

8
11

72

21

Western

97,183

15

Jan.

1134 Nov. 21
7234 Nov. 21

Conv preferred

Series A

3

2034 Jan.

1

1

23

1,545 WellsFargoBk A UnTr cap 100
1,805 tWest Amer Finance Co pf 10

7,835

Jan.

Oct. 21
Nov. 22

5

1st preferred—

244 Weill A Co (Raphael) pf.100

""""88

23

Nov. 18
Nov. 21

May 27

Nov.

1334 Nov. 13
2834 Nov.
1
3034 Nov. 27

2834
2834
2634
5134
10434
334
1734
11434
13634
6634

3

154,706 Union Oil Co of Calif cap..25
68,198 Union Sugar Co common—25
Preferred
25
6,038

7,173
8,492

Jan.

4734
22%
3234
1134
2234

Nov.

634 Nov.
56
52

Preferred series 1... ._...*
Preferred series 2........*

2,441,271 Transamerlca Corp capital.

1,014
6,349

734 Mp.y 29
7

13

326 dSlerra Pacific El Co pref. 100
dSocony-Vaccuum Oil cap. 15

18,122
7,122

,2

3834 Nov. 2
1134 Nov. 25

1

11

29
31

11
28%
28 Vs
28%
51%
104%
3%
17%
114%
138%
87%
34%

1

—

13,843 Schleslnger A Sons cl A com *
Preferred
3,326
.—......100
86,641 SheU Union OH Corp com.
3,467
B%% (mm conv pref....100
2.640
82,045
41,531
14,047
5,516
109,946
1,472
1,622
49,025
7,920

1
16

Jan.

26

Corp—

1,227 San Joaq Lt A Pr prior pf.100

6,547
1,650
11,699

31% Jan.
1434 Jan.

t c

571 Safeway Stores Inc common.*
668

8% Nov.

Nov. 30

2~"~Nov.~27

B%% preferred—

Class

2234 Nov. 22

10 %"Nov." 13

100

Common

Pac Pub Serv

Nov.

12% Nov.

6% preferred—.........100

First

2

Nov. 18
Nov. 21
Nov.
4
Nov. 4

-—--.....--100

16,402 PaauhauSugarPlantCo caplS
254,751 Pacific Gas A Elec Co com.25
209,233
6% 1st preferred........25
73,104
B%% 1st preferred—25
61,739
20,210
146,471
97,868
11,215
3,646
112,275
2,076
4.948
2,394

8
27

103

10

com

78,082 North Amer OH Consol cap. 10
3,585 Occidental Insurance cap..10
44,378 Oliver United FUters Inc A..*
B
73,941

8,050

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
7
Nov.
134 Nov.
1% Nov.
18% Nov.

pwf..^.^<i..M».100

Preferred-

949

9% Nov. 18

1934 Nov.
:

1134
3%
2434
834
5%
113

*
♦

*

Second preferred
Nat Auto Fibre* Inc

3,389
2,556

47%
2234
2934
1134

9
1

Nov. 30

7

*

A common terids 1
148,174
241,991 Natomas Co capital

715
430

29

10

Lock Heed Alrcr Corp com__l
L A Gas A Elec Corp pref—100

Prior

45% Nov
2054 Nov.

25

233 Market Street Ry Co com. 100

1,155

20
160
181
238

Sale

*

North Amer Inv

507

21

29

Leslie-Calif Salt Co capital.*

4,900

15

75
22,194

20

Langendorf United Bak cl A *

24

16,517

45

Milla com.*

^JantsettKnlttintf

89,281 Merchant Cal

""'440

6,931
23,317
10,977
3,720
3,953
1,404
29,737

48
Sale

2934
2954
11H Sale

Magna vox Co Ltd (capital) 2 ^4
Magnln A Co (I) common
*
721
Preferred
100

12,297

17,798
25,612

21

Pineapple Co Ltd—

Common
-

4634

28
13

Oct.

21

2934 Nov. 16

*

No par value,
t Removed from list Feb. 28 1935 and 6% of 1945 substituted in its place.
Maturity date advanced to 1945 effective Mar. 1 1935.
1 Removed from list April 5 1935.
a Suspended at close of business May 14 1935 and removed from
listing and temporary registration at opening of
1935.
b Called for redemption June 1 1935.
Suspended at close of business on May 31 1935 and removed from listing and temporary
registration at opening of business on June 8 1935.
c Removed from list June 4 1935.
d Removed from list July 15 1935.
e Called for redemption on
Aug. 1 1935.
Suspended at close of business on July 31 1935.
Withdrawn from listing and temporary registration at
opening of business on Aug. 14
1935.
/ Admitted to list July 10 1935.
0 Called for redemption on Oct. 1 1935.
Suspended at close of business on Sept. 30 1935.
h Withdrawn at
opening of business Nov. 8 1935.
i Suspended from dealing at close of business Nov. 30 1935.
business May 22

The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1
1933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables) are as follows:
* New York Stock.
* New York Curb.
» Buffalo Stock.
« Cincinnati Stock
" Los




Angeles Stock.

>

..

I(

V

'.

•

...

.

i.

•

,

,

sr.

.

.. ■

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•

t

I

Pi \

.

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■

...

.

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s

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:j^.-VvV.■ -V.

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;.

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

■&

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES

^—»

*

•• -

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE
t

In
November

Since
Jan. 1

Low from
July 1 1933

BONDS

2,000
5.000
1,000
5,000
1,000
1.000
10.000

23*8

2
9054
*7834

1961

334«—1946-44
1960-55
454s. 1932-47

——

1,700

15,200

"""166
4,700
700

612
400

5,600

2,000
296

300

1

1

1

1

1

1

•

1

1

•

1

1

•

1

•

1

•

•

•

13
81

2c

Barnsdall Oil Corp A.......S

B

..5

Citizens Nat T & S Bank. .20
Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd.*

Consolidated OH Corp...
Consolidated Steel com
Preferred

*

_.*

Crystallte Products Corp—*
10
Preferred..............109

1,266
5,300
44,400
23,725

District Bond CO.—.......25

*
Co.....5

Douglas Aircraft lnc
Emsco Derr Be Equip
Exeter Oil Co A

1
737 Farmers Be Merch Nat Bk.100
865 Foster & Kleiser Co..

1,500
41,600
9,900
1,269
3,100

..10
....*

Gllmore Oil Co

4Ji Sale
2

85

*

Gladding McBean & Co

Sale
91

5

7c
7c

5c
5c

16c

8c
9c

*

...

Nov. 7
Nov. 30

Goodyear T & R Akron com.*

"IK "IK
IK
92 %
5K
5c
5c

2K
Sale

"8034 No"v."20 86" "Nov." 19
"4 34 "Nov."" 1
2

Nov.
1
Nov. 29

554 Nov. 4
234 Nov. 9
9254 Nov. 30

5c

Nov.

4

5c

Nov.

10c

16 K

16

Nov. 16
Nov
6
Nov. 25

1634 Nov.

8c

8c
10c

4

Nov. 16
Nov. 6

17" 500

614,850 Lincoln Petroleum Corp

12 Langendorf U Bak A

3,500

194,900

633

12.374

43,300
4,500

179,100
34,800

*
1
1

Lockheed Aircraft Corp
L A Gas 5c Elec

6% pref...100

L A Industries lnc

...2

L A Investment Co

10

Oct.

2
7
17
6

10c Sept. 30
8c Oct.
7

2,400
1,000
270

1 537

200

1,450

11

',770

*

Nov.

30

10H

21

w
8p iH

19

Nov.

23 34 "Nov ."21

8454 Nov.
28
Nov.
12
Nov.
Sale
9
Nov.
Sale
154 Nov.
12 K
954 Nov.
1.10
Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov.
7

634
134
3134
1934

Nov. 23

10

2534 Jan.

2534 Jan. 29

35
19

2

86X4
2634
1234

28
Sale

Sale

h
75c
25

10c
405

'

ffl

IP 12A
1.00

"75"
8

6%
33
14

28

3334
Sale

20c
420

3M

334

15

Nov. 27

Diablo" Oil Ming" &

Dev

Nov. 25
Nov. 15
Nov. 14

Nov.

8

30

734
8
3434 35
14 K Sale

34

200

2,630
1,000

114,300
2,800
18,150
18,000

Nordon Corp
.......5
Occidental Pet Corp
...1
Oceanic Oil Co
1
Olinda Land Co

.....

1

9

Nov. 15

7,400
400

1,200
300

700

1,500
200

2,900
300

320

11,700 Pacific Clay Products......*
71,600 Pac Finance Corp common. 10
Preferred series A.......10
4,200
Preferred series C ......10
5,300
Preferred series D......10
3,000
21,500 Pac Gas & Elec Co com....25
1st pref 6%
14,800
......25
1st preferred 5%%._..._25
3,000

11,700 Pacific Indemnity Co......10
9,900 Pac Lighting Corp com
..*
3,257
6% preferred............*
860 Pacific National Co

"T,706
700

1,300
6.300

......

Aug.
Mar.
Aug.
Mar

4134 Feb. 16
2334 Nov. 21
334 Feb. 19
89

Nov. 15

Apr.

33

1634
1034
234
1434

Aug.
Nov.
May
Nov.
Nov.

14
23
17
15
14

.10

Nov.

8

July
654 Mar.
1.10
Feb.
454 Mar.
35c
Jan.

634 July 18
1934 Mar. 5

420"""Nov."l9

340

10c

440

410 """Nov.

4

334 Nov.

334

334 Nov.

9

89,300 Republic Petr Co Ltd.....l0

3
6

Sept.
Jan. 10
July

2

Aug. 15

7 54 Nov. 9
Nov. 15

34

1534 Nov. 29
14c
Apr.
4
t20

Nov. 19

334 Nov.
10

9

Mar. 18

Sale

834
2034

Sale
21

12

12K
954 Sale
9K
1034
2034
21

~~9%~Nov.

13 34 "Nov." 12

Mar. 20

1334 Nov. 12

834 Nov.
854 Nov.
2034 Nov.

954 Nov. 30
834 Nov.
1
2254 Nov. 14

July 22
Apr. 26
Mar. 13

26

Jan.

70 ~ Feb. 14

16 "

79

Feb. 16

17 K

Sale
43c
Sale

39c

2c

3c

Sale

47c

1034

12

12

Sale
13

10c

12c

11c

Sale

48c

1934 Nov.

1754 Nov.

38c

Sale
...

39c

44c

49c

10c

Nov.

12c ""Nov."

2c

3c

654 Nov.

634
6K
554 Nov.
6% Sale
11354 11434 11254 Nov.
11234 113
234 Sale
154 Nov.
124
134
5
5
Nov.
5
5H
534

114

4

Nov. 13
Nov. 30
Nov. 6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
1

Nov. 20

254 Nov. 23
534 Nov. 23

934 Jan.
Jan.

22

2c

Jan.

12

38c

Jan.

5

1034 Oct. 31
9c
Oct. 16

93-4 Nov. 30

834 Nov.

1
8

2234 May 17
43c

Sept. 10

3c

Nov. 30

7734 Sept. 17
1034 Oct. 31
80c
Feb.
7 54 Oct.

11

Jan.

10

Jan.

9

Feb.
Jan.

28

Feb.
May
Jan.
Oct.

28
20

49c

25
30

60c

Nov. 27

19c

Oct.

234 July

3

1.10
81
60c

5

4

Nov. 27
Nov. 8

2

31c

49c

26c
19c

2

.14

Oct.

15
28

254 Nov. 23
734 Apr.
5

2

40c
3

50c 5734 c
16c

Feb. 28

434 July

9

3

2

254 Nov.

6

60c
19c
3

Nov.

6

Nov.
Nov.

5
7

50c

Nov.

5

50c

35c

Nov.

7

21c

5

36c
16c

Jan.

20

June

Nov. 30
Nov.
8 27c
Nov.
5
Nov. 5 20c
Nov. 15 5734c Nov. 25
5c
Nov. 13
Nov. 13

7c

June 25

27c

25c
Feb. 27
35c
Jan. 24
5c. Jan. 28
234 Apr. 10
254 Jan. 19

30c
60c

Nov. 30
Mar. 4

40c

Nov.

4

19c

Nov.

8

25c

1

50c

1

50c

30c

36c

38c

30c

10c

15c
25c
45c

27c

Sale

12c

19c

25c

20c

55c

60c

50c

,

15c

37c

5c

5c

.....

5c

654 Sale
1754 Sale
1234
1334
1134

Sale
29

2654

634
734
1754 Sale
1254
1334
1054
1134
10
1134
2854
2934
2834
29
26
2654

634
1654
1254
1034
1034
2854
2854
2654

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

17
Nov.
1634
1734 1734 18
51 34
5154 Sale
5154 Nov.
5 2 34
10434 105
10454 10554 10434 Nov.

1
21
20
5
23
1
25
6

Nov.

6

Nov.

9

Nov. 20
Nov.

9

Nov. 23

Nov. 15
9

Nov.

Nov,

6

6 1834 Nov. 20
55
Nov.
8
1
Nov. 15
6 105

334
354
1754
18
1034 Sale
234 Sale

4

2034
934
254

4

20
10
234

434 Nov.

5

Nov.

5

19

954 Nov.21
234 Nov. 1

454 Nov. 8
2034 Nov. 16
1051 Nov. 2
234 Nov. 4

For footnotes see page 71.




Jan.

234 Sept. 10
7

*

5,000 Pacific Public Service.....
1st preferred
2,400
.._..*
12,000 Pacific Western Oil Corp... *

26

30

7

500 Pacific American Fire Ins.. 10

"5", loo

1754 Oct.

Jan.

1534 Nov. 29

20c

10c

412

754 Nov.

734 Nov.
3254 Nov.
1354 Nov.

547 Mortgage Guarantee Co..100

66,900

3

20

31

29c

-*

B

Mt

I

17
6
Feb. 13
60c
Feb.
8
1734c Feb.
5

27

734 Jan.

.............

1

Oct.

Feb.

24c

29
35

8

505 Marbelite Corp.............*
53
Preferred
..25

10,250 Mascot Oil Co
6,325 Merchants Petroleum Co
2,596 Mills Alloys lnc A...

7
25c

30
3554

1

Kinner Airpl & Motor Corp.l

Jan.
5c Oct.

7

2534

19

Jade Oil Co

60

Nov. 19

May 3
1054 May 15
534 Nov. 4
234 Oct. 31
94
Oct.
2

9c

37c

5,500
34,400

86
4c

July
9
May
3
534 Mar. 15
254 Oct.
4
134 Apr. 27

4c

1554

Holly Development Co

1

41

12c

Hancock Oil Co A..........*

89,900
II,206
10,500
539,115

500

.05
Jan. 18
154 Nov. *7
4
Apr. »1
434 June 26

4c Oct.

87

7c
8c
16c
16c

9c

Aug. 27
54 Oct. 17
2% Sept. 5
434 June 26

1654

Globe Grain & Milling Co..25

Golden State Co..

4

16

»

........

354 Nov. 14

"

Bolsa Chlca Oil Corp A.

13,450
56,900
27,400
80,400
20,600
560

Sale
14
83
5c

95 Goodyear T & R(Calif) pf.100

3,200

19
17
30
30
30

60c

60c

45c

100

Pref

10,700 Chrysler Corp

365

1*4,206

1

1

Barnhart-Morrow Cons...u.l

10
10
Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
65 Brock & Co 2d pref
..100
83,000 Buckeye Union Oil com
1
72,350
Common vot tr ctfs
1
88,733
Preferred...
.........1
270,222
Preferred Tot trust ctfs..l
5,800 Byron Jackson Co..........*

51

1

'1

111

""154 Nov."8 "'154

1,837 Central Investment Corp. 100
2,000 Chapman's Ice Cream Co
•

100

1

•i "

"""524

18,000
3,300
36,000
6,200

•

45c

2,400 California Bank new......25
2,600 Calif Packing Corp
.....*

400

1

June 11

10534 Oct. 19 10534 Oct.
10434 Apr. 17 10434 Apr.
1067ji Apr. 30 1067»i Apr.
101'** Apr. 30 101'hiApr.
101'«jiMar 15 101** Apr.

1

1

June 11 105

105

•

t

mmmmm

-----

■

1

500

""'566

mmmmm

1
22,000 Bandlnl Petroleum Co
1
275 Barker Bros common.......*
430

""1,666

100** Sept. 25 100«ji Sept. 25
100'*ji Aug. 15 100'*31 Aug. 15

mwmmmm'm

1

,

I,000
9,100
40,100
1,200
2,223

250

+ +

500 Associated Gas & Elec A.

"""20

600

mm*

1111

STOCKS
Par
1,585 Ambassador Petroleum Co.,1

"""300

mmmmmm''

mrnmmmm

1

mm

■

U S Liberty Loan

Shares.

Shares.

Highest
Sale Prices

mmmmmm

Sou Calif Edison 5s....,.1954

U S Govt Treas

Lowest
Sals Prices

mmmmmrnmmmmmrn

Southern Calif Edison 5s 1952
So Calif Gas 434s—

Highest
Sale Prices

1066m

'39-49

Home Owners' Loan 254

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

$31666

$36,400

—- - -

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Not. 1

Nov 30 1935

|f ,400 Fed! Farm Mtge 3 34 s—1947-42

.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

*

1934

1935

.

..

v*L;

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30-

Bid

$

'

Sales

November.

371,900
1,752,853

Shares 1,060,715
7,025,972

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

1934

1935

Stock Sales

November.

Bond

i,■

Nov.
June

934 Jan.

5
6

14

4

1034 Jan. 30
9
Jan. 14
934 Mar. 6
7
1334 Feb.
9
2034 Feb.
1834 Feb. 19
4
834 Jail.
2034 Mar. 16

72

34
IK
734

734
154

534 Feb. 11
134 Feb.
2
Nov. 7

35c

Apr.
May
234 May
734 Nov.
22
Aug.
14
Aug.
1134 Aug.
1034 Apr.
3034 Nov.
2954 Nov.
27
Oct.
8c

3

11
31
21
6
28

15
17
22
15
9

26

19

Aug . 21

55

Nov.

15 L05
Oct.
34 Jan.
Jan. 15
1
4 54 Nov.
May
2
Jan.
2034 Nov.
Jan. 29 11
Aug.
354 Aug.
Aug. 2
Jan.

30

8
24

15
8
16
23
24

DEC., 1935]
AGGREGATE

LOS

SALES

November

Low from

bb-v

14,206
250

"7", 660
7,700
'

*""100
6

Nov. 30

1

Ask
20c

*

33%

-

...1
7,800 Socony Vacuum Oil Co....15
166,100 So Calif Edison Ltd com
25

3,508
30,300
83,600
90,600

Original preferred......25
7% preferred...........25
4% preferred...........25
BH% preferred.........25
500 So Calif Gas 6% pref A
25
1,600
6% preferred............25

67,500 Standard

Oil of Calif...
•
378 Superior Oil Co...........25
OQ

80

32.969

'""266
100

86,500
50,100
"

Y.666
2,000

'3",500
12,000

1

9

2c

Preferred

*

...

814 Union Bank & Trust Co

50

172,300 Union Oil of Calif
25
128,750 U S Oil k Royalties Co....25
171,500 Universal Cons Oil Co....10
300 Van de Kamps Bakeries.....*
694 Weber Showcase Ac Fix pfd__*
71,543 Wellington Oil Co
1
200 Western Air Express Cor p.. 10

Nov. 13 106
Nov. 13
4 115% Nov. 13

88

Nov. 13

88

Nov. 13

Nov.

Nov. 19

7

46

Nov.

9

48% Nov. 14

14% Nov. 21
2c
11

Nov. 19

Nov.

8

27k

28%"Nov."

2
2

25% Nov. 26

8
2654 Nov. 18

20% Jan.
17H Jan

Sale

16% Jan.

2

28M"Nov."l3

28 M

118
% Wi
1H7 V

40

2954

30%

Nov. 26

108

Nov

.

30

Nov. 13 108

18% Nov.

1

Nov. 14

"Nov ."13
Nov. 13

245* Nov. 25

3054 "Nov." 16

30H

Novlie

1

80

Sale

3654

36%

30% Nov. 22

385* Nov.

6

Jan.

Feb.
Jan.

2c

13
3

June 10

Nov.

Nov. 21
Oct. 25

15

July

3

June

8

Nov. 14

1554 May 23
2654 Nov. 7

3954 June 18
28 54 Sept.

2854
2654
2454
28%

Oct.
Oct.
Mar.
Nov.
Oct.

90

M
nM

"7%
5

7

4%
80c

90c

120

"m
m

Sale

Sale
125
Sale
Sale

33

5c

'IIII

5

75|c

Sale

6c

45c
7c

Nov.

5

1

2054 Nov. 13
.13k Nov. 20

4 120

Nov.

4

Nov. 25

20% Nov. 15

"7>i"Nov.""i

"OHNovfli

Nov.

4

5% Nov. 22
80c Nov, 6

7

Nov.

4

25

26

Nov .21

3854 Nov.

June

22

Apr. 16

8

8

16
12
20

5
5

7

26~~"Nov."2i

31
29
20
27

16% Nov. 21

1354 Oct.

17

5% Nov. 22
1% Nov. 29

7
5

Nov.

4

15
1

14
4

July 31

1 % Nov. 29

254 July 20
26
Nov. 21

n
9c

8H<s9j&<

~"S

32c
6c

8
Nov. 25
1354cJan.
5

1

26c

Nov. 25

6c

Sept.

4

26c

5%0 Nov.

6

10c

Nov. 21

3c
lc

July 26
Aug. 10

4c

"Ic"~Nov.~27

lc

Jan.

2

lc

Sept.

7

lc
3c
51c
22c

2c
.....

1954 Jan.

Nov.

lc

Nov. 27

2>4c

lc

Nov. 27

lc

Nov. 27

lc
3c

38c
Sale

35c

Nov. 19

35c

Nov. 19

33c
5a

5%c Nov. 26

7a

Nov.

4

Mar. 22

Oct.

Aug.

23

2

Jan.
Jan.

Sept,

24
2

7

Mar. 22
Jan. 25
Jan. 25

■-y.'

;

UNLISTED STOCKS—

3.097
900

1,000
15,200
100

1,400
7,200
2,700
6,300

15,900
100
100

1,300
15,000
*

25,835
3,100
6,171
41,400

Amer Tel Ac Tel Co.......100

Nov

(The) Aviation Corp (Del)..5
Bethlehem Steel Corp.....*

Nov.

Nov. 29
Nov. 14

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 13

14,400 Montgomery Ward Ac Co....*
26,800 Packard Motor Car Co.....
40,100 Radio Corp of America.....*

Nov.
Nov.

.....

7

Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 14
Nov. 18
Nov.
7
Nov. 20

*

Nov.

Nov. 12

32

622 Standard Oil Co (New Jar).25

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov 16
Nov. 15

44

11,400
44,800

No par value,

z

Nov.

Tide Water Assoc Oil.......*
Warner Bros Pictures
5

Nov

Nov,

3*4

Mar. 18 160
Nov. 29
Mar. 19
554 Jan.
2
Mar. 16 50 % Nov. 21
Mar. 15
354 Nov. 7
June 11
454 Jan.
7
Mar. 19 4054 Nov. 20
Mar. 14
59% Nov. 14
Mar. 13
40
Nov. 18

Nov. 21

Cities Service Co...........*

500 Cord Corp...
5
12,300 General Electric Co...
*
45,700 General Motors Corp......10

100 Seaboard Oil Co of Del

Mar. 16

4% Apr.

3

754 Oct. 22
1254 Nov. 20

Nov. 12
Oct.
st.
7

32

854 Apr.
3
!54 Mar. 14

12

Nov. 12

5054 Nov. 15
Nov. 16
954 Nov. 15

Odd lot.

The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since
July
* New York Stock.
2 New York Curb.
» New York Produce.
l« Detroit Stock.
^Pittsburgh Stock.
" Salt Lake City Stock




11933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables),
* Boston Stock.

Exchange.

blil

*6

June

35
Apr.
11
Jan.
7
21
Sept.
4% Mar. 12 13 % Nov.
80
Feb.
5 120
Nov.
15
Jan. 30 20 % Nov.
3c
Jan.
7
4c« June
2
Jan.
7
954 Nov.

July
July
55c
May
254 July
1454 Feb.

6%

16% Nov. 21

2c

5c
32c

24

9% Nov.
20

7

"5%

Nov.

13
5

July 25

2854 Mar. 14
22

20

4
11
22
23

24% Nov. 25
30
Sept.10
3554 Sept. 11
10
Feb. 13

35
Sale

19%
21
9% Sale
11554 120
20% Sale

9

Aug. 13

13
25c

8 108

1354 Mar. 14
754 Jan.
7
27 k Apr. 23
10

Imperial Development Co.25c

.....

23 % Feb.
6
23% Jan. 21

75

10c

Mining Co.

25

25c

42

14%

Zenda Gold

23

Sale"

9c

Prince Cons Mining Co... 10c
Tom Reed Gold Mines Co..

Oct.

Sale

13%

Oatman Ralnb Gold M Co. 10c
Oro Amlgo Co............10c

lc

Sale

Nov. 14

3

Apr.
4 106
Jan. 14 11554
1554 Mar 13 46
33
Apr.
2 4954
5% Mar. 21 1454

26% Nov. 7
Nov. 29

27%

Black Mammoth Cons M ColOc
Calumet Gold Mines Co.. 10c

9

36

28
28

37

Nov.

3554 Nov. 27

10754
18% Sale
41%
43
36 %
38

3454 Oct. 18
May
6

2

Sale
37

25
36

2554 Sale
35% 37

10

Pipe Ac Steel Co

38c

37c

25c

MINING STOCKS—
2,200 Alaska Juneau Gold M Co 10c

Western

3254 Nov. 8
Aug. 14

6
9

6% Mar.
1
9% Mar. 28
25c Nov. 14
11% Mar. 11
10% Mar. 13
29
Feb. 15

4%
26%

251,500
181,150
137,500
3,000
3,000
1,200
179,489
138,100

8

Nov.

1054 Nov.

28]
26|

Highest
Sale Prices
45c
Jan.
4

2% Nov.

37c

..25

...

8,800 Taylor Milling Corp.......
614,700 Transamerica Corp

1400

Nov.

Lowest
Sale Prices
18c
Sept. 25

B common

100 Signal Petroleum Co

r

100

6

Nov.

1
3954 Nov.
47% Nov. 21
14% Nov. 21

.....

251 Sou a re D Co Inc...........*
10
7% preferred ... ........100

lV.iOO

8

Nov

114

9,236 Security Co units...
67,600 Security First Nat Bonk
20
7,600 Shell Union Oil Corp.......*
11,000 Sierra Trading Corp
25c
40,200 Signal Oil-Gas A...........*

39

357

Nov.

106

1,382 Square D Co B common....*
862
A preferred..............*

18.900

32%
2

Preferred

18,200

1,500
223,400

Highest
Sale Prices

10

6%

650 So Counties Gas 0% pref. 100
89,300 Southern Pacific Co......100

6,700

Lowest
Sale Prices

37c

Samson Corp B common....*

400

"""ioo

Nov. 1

419

2,137
7,600

1,000
3,700

Nov.30 1935

75 San Joaquin LAtP 6% pr pflOO
7% preferred
.........100

12
90

100

STOCKS

1,280
6,419

1,025

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

49,200 Rica Ranch Oil Co
,l:V, 300 Safeway Stores Inc

134

71

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Shares

"""loo

EXCHANGE

July 1 1933

.

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

LOS ANGELES

STOCK EXCHANGE

In

STOCK

ANGELES

« California Stock

26 San Francisco Stock.

Exchange.

areas

follows:

»• Chicago Board of Trade.

22 San Francisco Curb.

bib

Dec., 1935]
AGGREGATE

ANGELES

LOS

SALES

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

November

om
Low fro
fitly
July 1 1
1933

STOCKS

Nov.30 1935

M

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

LOS AN GELES

STOCK

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Shares

"""loo

100

100

14,206
250

"7",666
7,700

'""166

Inc

37c

6,700

9

2X Nov.

9

2

Nov. 13

Nov.

4 11534 Nov.
46
Nov.

Nov. 19

7

25c

"25"" Sale'

2554 Sale

35k

37

36

2834 Sale
2654 Sale
28
28

10734
1854

37

Nov. 14

27)4 Sale
25 34 Sale

m

25

Nov. 26

mm

Nov. 14

Nov.

26% Nov.
36

8

7

Nov. 29

27 X Nov. 30

28^"Nov."*8

2534 Nov. 26

26% Nov. 18

2834 Nov. 13

28X Nov. 13

m mm m

mm

9

Nov. 19

25c

3534 Nov. 27

13

48X Nov. 14
1434 Nov. 21
2c
11

10X Nov.

*» -

,«•

-

M

—

—

-

Sale

4154

107i -24K
23!

43

3634

ig:::::

38

40

30 34

Nov. 13 108

1854 Nov.

1

Nov. 13

30X Nov. 16

98

Preferred

1,500
223,400

.

... —

37

1954

9k

......*

814 Union Bank & Trust Co...50

172,300 Union Oil of Calif
25
128,750 U S Oil 5c Royalties Co....25
171,500 Universal Cons Oil Co....10
300 Van de Kamps Bakeries.....*

19.166
100
80

.32,969

"""266
100

86,500
50,100

"Y.666
2,000

"3~, 500
12,000

'

mm

Feb.

15

20% Jan.
2
17)4 Jan
2
16)4 Jan.
2
23 X Feb.
6
23% Jan. 21
80

Jan.

3

6
June 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Aug.
Nov.

Sale

900

1,000
15,200
100

1,400
7,200
2,700
6,300

15,900
100

36%

"2l" "2034 Sale"
Sale

11H Sale
115)4 125
2034 Sale

n

T*

36X Nov. 22

20

3854 Nov.

6

5

934 Nov.
120
20

Nov.

20% Nov. 13

1

Nov.

,13k

4 120

Nov. 25

Sale" "'834 Sale" ""7li"Nov."'I
7

554
534
534
134 Sale
434
534
.....

454
90c
5

1,200 Western Pipe 5c Steel Co...10

2634

2734

MINING STOCKS—
2,200 Alaska Juneau Gold M ColOc

1354

1434

9c

10c

15

July

3

13

June

25c

1534
2634
3934
2854
2854
2634
2434
28 X

8
Nov. 14

May 23
Nov.
June
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Mar.
Nov.
Oct.

24

25

35% Sept. 11

13

10

Feb.

3

90

July 25

28X Mar. 14

38 X Nov.

7

Nov.

4

5X Nov. 22
80c

Nov.

26

Nov .21

6

Nov. 20
Nov.

June

8

22

35
11

Apr. 16
Jan.

80

Feb.

15

Jan.

7

Nov.

3c
2

4

5

5X Nov. 22
IX Nov. 29

5

Nov2l

26

7

A% Mar. 12

4

2034 Nov. 15

*9H"Nov."l4

55c

Jan.
Jan.

June

8

5 120
Nov. 4
30 20 X Nov. 15
7
4c' June
1

7
July
7
July 31
May 29

934 Nov. 14
7

Nov.

5

July

4

31

1 X Nov. 29

234 July 20
Nov. 21

^2% July 27
Feb. 20

26

13 X Oct.

1934 Jan.

26c

Nov. 25

6c

Sept.

26c

534c Nov.

6

10c

Nov. 21

3c

1334cJan.

lc

July
Aug.

lc

Nov. 27

Nov. 27

lc

Jan.

lc

Nov. 27

lc
lc

Nov. 27

lc

Sept.

3c

Mar.

35c""Nov."l9 '35c" N"o"v."l9

33c

Oct.
Aug.

2c

"32c"
6c

45c

7c

tCc
9^c
2c

5c

Prince Cons Mining Co
10c
Tom Reed Gold Mines Go...l
Zenda Gold Mining Co
1

2%c
32c
6c

38c
Sale

534c Nov. 26

16X Nov. 21

7c

Nov.

4

5c

8

Nov. 25

5

4c

Jan.

24

lc

Jan.

2

Sept.

7

lc
3c
51c

22c

Mar. 22
Jan. 25
Jan. 25

M

Amer Tel 5c Tel Co.......100

Nov

(The) Aviation Corp (Del)..5
Bethlehem Steel Corp.....*

Nov. 12

1

Nov. 29
Nov. 14

99

X Mar.

160

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5

2

Nov. 21

Nov.
1
Nov. 13

Nov. 13

1

Nov. 20

2lk

Mar.

40

27
22

Mar.

59

Nov.

1
6

Nov. 14

14,400 Montgomery Ward 5c Co....*
26,800 Packard Motor Car Co.....-*
40,100 Radio Corp of America....,

Mar.

40

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 12

Nov. 12
Nov. 15
Nov 16
Nov. 15

Nov. 15
Nov
2

Nov.

.'7 777

!■

•7:71"7.

1

4

3% Mar.
i% Apr.
32
44

2$

50
3*>

June

Nov.
Oct.

Mar. 14

Nov. 29
Jan.
2
Nov. 21
Nov. 7
Jan.
7
Nov. 20
Nov. 14
Nov. 18

Oct.

22

1234 Nov. 20
32

Nov. 12
Nov. 15
Nov. 16
934 Nov. 15

;7.

The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since
July 1 1933 were made
1
New York Stock.
2 New York Curb.
» New York Produce.
* Boston Stock.
l« Detroit Stock.
Pittsburgh Stock.
25 Salt Lake City Stock

Exchange.

7

Nov. 18
Nov. 7
Nov. 20

Nov. 13
Nov.
8

11,400 Tide Water Assoc Oil......
44,800 Warner Broa Pictures
5




^6

Apr. 16
Sept. 12
13 X Nov. 20

8%c

5c

Oatman Rainb Gold M Co. 10c
Oro Ami go Co............10c

Odd lot.

13

35
21

Cities Service Co...........*
500 Cord Corp...
........5
12,300 General Electric Co.......
45,700 General Motors Corp......10

x

5

Jan.

3%
23 k
X
2m

No par value,

23
13

Feb.

16 X Nov. 21
9c
Nov.
1

100 Seaboard Oil Co of Del
.*
622 Standard Oil Co (New Jar).25

*

4
11
22

24 X Nov. 25
30
Sept. 10

McH

Imperial Development Co.25c

100

7
18

mm

Black Mammoth ConsM ColOc
Calumet Gold Mines Co.. 10c

1,300
15,000

13

10

36%

80c

25.835
3,100
6,171
41,400

13
13
9

21
25

UNLISTED STOCKS—

3,097

4

May

Oct.

8 108

30X Nov. 16

mm rn

115k 120
2034 Sale

694 Weber Showcase 5c Fix pfd__*
71,543 Wellington Oil Co..........I
200 Western Air Express Corp..10

251,500
181,150
137.500
3,000
3,000
1,200
179,489
138,100

38c

22

8,800 Taylor Milling Corp........*
614,700 Transamerica Corp

11)4 Mar. 11
10% Mar. 13
29

Jan.

34% Oct. 18

75

.

...*

357

534 Mar.
1
9X Mar. 28
25c
Nov. 14

7)4 Jan.
7
27 k Apr. 23

.......25

18,900

9

13 X Mar. 14

378 Superior Oil Co...........25
•

45c

Apr.
4 106
88
Jan. 14 11534
1554 Mar 13 46
33
Apr.
2 49!
5% Mar. 21
14!
lc
Oct. 23
2c

24X Nov. 25

42

2934

108

Sale Prices

88

Nov.

1

Highest

32 X Nov.
8
37c
Aug. 14

6

Nov. 13 106

2c

1,382 Square D Co B common....*
862
A preferred..............*
251 Sou a re D Co Inc...........*
10
7% preferred
.....100

67,500 Standard Oil of Calif

Nov.

3934 Nov. 1
47X Nov. 21
14 X Nov. 21

650 So Counties Gas 6% pref. 100
89,300 Southern Pacific Co
..100
;

Lowest
Sale Prices
18c
Sept, 25

Nov.

37c

114

...

39

6

106

9,236 Security Co units...
67,600 Security First Nat Bank...20
7,600 Shell Union Oil Corp...
*
11,000 Sierra Trading Corp.....-25c
40,200 Signal Oil-Gas A
*
B common...............*
vik';. 400
100 Signal Petroleum Co
...1
7,800 Socony Vacuum Oil Co....15
166,100 So Calif Edison Ltd com...25
3,508
Original prefer red...... 25
30,300
7% preferred...........25
83,600
t% preferred...........25
90,600
BH% preferred.........25
V..-;;.
500 So Calif Gas 6% pref A
25
1,600
6% preferred............25

18,200

Nov

2

6% Preferred
.10
75 San Joaquin LAP 6% pr pflOO
419
7% preferred
........100

6

Highest
Sale Prices

"32^ "Nov." "8 32^ "Nov." "8

*

Samson Corp B common....*

6,419

90

Lowest

3Q

Rice Ranch Oil

300 Safeway Stores

' 1,280

12

1,000
3,700

Nov.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

49,200
;
,

1,025

2,137
7,600

Nov. 1

-

134

71

1

• Califoi

26 San Francisco Stock.

Stock
»

figures in tables), are as follows:
>• Chicago Board of Trade.

Exchange.

San Francisco Curb.

General

Quotations

OF BONDS AND STOCKS

&

In the earlier part of this publication complete records of the doalings on the
the country, for the latest month and for the calendar
yeajr
General Quotations we combine in

i'

.y

i;

leading stock exchanges of

furnished* In this department of
<^ne comprehensive whole*/securities of all classes and descriptions, not only

those dealt in

on

the exchanges, but also leading unlisted

to the different classes of securities

"

quotedt

to date, are

and inactive securities*

The following is an Index

-

Pegs

Exchange Ssats—

88

Vv
Fage
Joint Stock Land Bank Securities.—.116

Railroad Stocks........................■. 76

Fadaral Land Bank Bonds...........

95

Mining Stocks........................... 89

Real Estate Bonds........—....«»64

Foraign Government Bonds.............. 96

Municipal Bonds (Domestic)............. 95

Industrial Bonds........................ 86

Canadian...97

Industrial Stocks....................... 89

Public Utility Bonds..................... 78
Public Utility Stocks.................... 84

Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Stocks.. 89
United States Government Securities..... 95

72

United States Territorial Bonds.......... 95

m

_

'Page

Stocks .......................116
investing Companies Securities......... 77 Railroad Bonds..............

insurance

Quotations fer all seooritie

:§l

are

as

near

possible for

as

the

closing

Exchange began with Jan. 2 1909 to qiiote all bond prices "and interest,"
mark

co

indicate the fact except where there is a deviation from this rule.

to the price, he must pay aocrued Interest »i> addition to the price.

........

dag of the
we have

-

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks....... 89

Textile Stocks..............'

month preceding

.........

89

As the New York Stock

the date of issue.

adopted the same method and no longer employ a designating

The reader will understand, therefore, that unless the letter "f

is prefixed

This, however, does not apply to income bonds or bonds in default, in wnicn cases

the price Includes the Interest, should there be any.
The letter "f* prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat price—that

herefore the purchaser does not have to provide for it separately in making payment.

and
bonds In

is, that the accrued interest forms part of the price

As already stated in the case of income bonds and

default, the price Is always "flat,** and no designating mark it employed to indicate the fact.
"v.-.
V

i

.r.;'

Quotations for equipment bends 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.
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
oases the

figures are obtained (Tern sources which are considered reliable.

v

in all

*

The following abbreviations are often used, vis.; "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for

consolidated

;*oonv" for convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "op*" for optional.
Tbe black-faced type In the letters shewing the Interest period indicates the month when the bonds mature,

NOTICE.—All bond prices

are

"and Interest*' except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds*

V.

■■

Bid.

Bonds.
RAILROAD BONDS
Adirondack 1st 4%s 1942 guMAS
Akron A Barb Belt g 4s 1942-JAD
Akron O&nton A Youngstown—_
Gen A ref 6s 1945 ser A..AAO
Gen A ref 5%s 1945 ser B AAO
Alabama Great Southern—
1st cons g 5s 1943 ser A—.JAD
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B
JAD
Alabama Tennessee A NorthernPrior lien 6s 1948
——JAJ
Gen income 6s Oct 1948 ...JAJ
Alabama A Vlcksburg By—
1st M g 5s 1974 series A—MAN
Albany A Susq 3%« g 1946.AAO
Alleghany Oorp-—
Ooll tr conv 5s 1944
FAA
Ooll A conv 5s 1949.
.-JAD

92
101

95

'

62..
60

64
62

AAO

110

1st mtge gtd g 5s 1941
JA V
Augusta Onion Stat 4s 1953-JAJ

Baft

6$
96

97

102%
86

/

76
51
37..
108 %

108%
92%

71%

109

103%

39%
35

104%

112%

118

91
108

92%

96

102%

Battle Greek A Sturgls—
1st guar g 3s 1989——....JAD
Bedford Brit 1st 5s 1938
JAJ
Beech Or 1st 4s g gu 1936—-JAJ
2d guar gold 5s 1936....-JAJ
Beech Ork Ext 3%s 1951—AAO
Bellefonte Central 1st 6s '49. FAA
Brit BR A Stk Yds (Ind'p'iis)—
1st ref gold 4s 1939
MAN
Belvidere Dal 1st 3%s 1943—JAJ

Big Sandy By 1st g 4s 1944- JAD
Blrra Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.MAS
Bluff Point Land A Imp 1st 4s '40
Boonville St L A Sou 5s '51.FAA
Boston A Albany 5s Oct '63—JAJ
5s June 1942-.-.......—JAD

96

80%
81%

82*
96

5s July 1 1938
4%s July 1937

..JAJ
JAJ

4%s lmpt 1978.—.—...FAA
1st mtge 4%s ser A1943—AAO
3%s Jan 1 1951-----—JAJ
Ref 3%s 1952 gu N Y O—AAO

(new) 5s Sept *41

60

107%

108%

100%

101

87

—

1%
2%

102
106
93
58
73

22*
76
67
4.00
4.00

lOjK
77

4s

Aug 1942———FAA
—JAJ
Equip 5%s 1936-1937(yr)FAA
Eq tr 6s 1936-38 (year)—JAD
3s July 1950-.

83}
72

72.
2.50%
2.50%
2.50%
2.50%
_

M
§5"

81

82
81
83

-

90

56
4.00
4.00

-

n*

u
if
80

«69
3%

Boston ANT Airline—
1st mtge gu g 4s 1955——FAA /

21

25

Boston Rev Beach A Lynn—
1st m 4%s July 15 1947.JAJ15
Gen m 6s '33 extd to '38.JA-T 15
Boston Term Oo 3%s 1947—FAA

72
36
97

42

Brooklyn A Montauk—
2d (now lstjtgold 5s 1938. JAD

98

106

Brunswick A Western—

1st mtge gtd 4s 1938

113%

..JAJ

Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941
JAJ
1st ref 5s 1961———JAJ
Buffalo Rochester A Pittsburgh—

104
108
104
108
106
108
106

General 5s g 1937——MAS
Con g 4%s 1957
MAN
Buff A Susquehanna BR Oorp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
JAJ
Burl Oedar Rapids A North—
Con 1st A coll tr 5s g *34—AAO
Certificates of deposit..
Butte Anaconda A Pac 5s*44 FAA
Cambria A Clearfield—
1st 5s g 1941
......—.JAJ
Gen M g 4s 1955— .....FAA
Cambria A Ind 1st 4%s '68..JAJ

105
101

109%

83"
25
99
101
103
101
97
80

99

102

84)
97 J

102%
104%

Guaranteed 3s 1944
Guaranteed 2s 1938

104

101
104

63%
93

Yll*
103

'Si*
94

22%

104"

107
103
103

Eq tr 5%s 1936-38 (year) MAN b 4.25
Canada Atl By 1st 4s 1955
90%
J AJ
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A.AAO
109%
Canadian National Rys—
4%s guar 1957....
..JAJ
4%s guar 1951—.......MAS
4%s guar 1956.......—.FAA
4%s guar 1955
...JAD 16
40-yr 6s guar 1970——FAA
5s guar July 11969
JAJ
5s guar Oct 1 1969 ......AAO
5s guar 1954...........FAA
16-yr guar 3s 1950.......JAD

79%

82

104%
3.25%
91

108!

109]
109!
lllJi

114]

112
114

112%
100'

82

MAN
MAN

100%
2.75%
2.75%
2.75%

WfnnJn»wr T«pm 4« 1030

k Last Sale,

n

Nominal.

•

Negotiability impaired by maturity,

100

JAD 1102%
..JAJ
122%

S F deb 6%s 1946




77%

.

Canadian Northern—
S F deb 7s 1940

/ This price includes Accrued interest,

80
79

-

Ash,

Eq tr 4%s 1936 1942 (gu) MAN
Eq tr 4%s 1936-45(ann).. JAD
Equipment trust 5s..........

to 2%

'-il

b Basis.

82*
76

48.5s April 1947
5s Apr 1944............
5s June 1945
5s Jan 1946
5s May 1943-.————
5s Mar 1942...
5s Jan 1943—..——
5s May 1940
1st m 5a 1967 ser AO
MAS
1st m 5s 1955 ser 2—
MAN
1st m 4%s 1961 ser JJ—AAO
Eq 4%s 1936 1943 (yr)—AAO
Equipment trust 6s......—
Bost A Maine (old)
4s Feb 1 1937
h AA
.....

MAN

Piscat DIv g 5s Jan 1943—AAO
St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s '39-FAA
Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43-AAO
Washburn Ext 1st 5s '39—FAA

108 Ji

114"'

g_5s 1936

JAJ
Toledo A Oin Div 4s 1959—JAJ
Bangor A Aroostook—
1st M 5s g Jan 1 1943
JAJ
Cons refund g 4s 1951—. JAJ
4s stamped 1951—......—
Medford Ext 5s 1937
MAN

102 h

1st mtge gold 5s 1946
JAD
Atlanta A St Andrews Bay—
1st 6s, 1938
....
AAO
Atlanta Terminal 6s 1939...FAA
Atlantic Oity gu 4s 1951....JAJ
1st M 5%s 1929 extd as 5%

Eq 6%s f*b 1936 (year) FAA
Eq 4H* 1936-41 E (yr).__FAA

101%

38

34%

S W Dlv 1st 5s 1950

102V*

,81*
105

Atlantic Ooast Line BB—
1st cons 4s July 11952
MAS
Ool tr g 4s Oct 11952 op.M AN
Oonv deb 4s 1939 op 1916M AN
Gen unlf ser A 414s 1964.JAD
10-yr coll tr 5s May 1 '45-MAN
Equipment trust 4%e.—

100

5-yr sec notes 4%s 1939 .FAA
Oonv g 4%s I960..—
FAA
Ref A gen 5s 1995 series A.JAD
Ref A gen 6s 1995 series O-JAD
Ref A gen 5s 2000 ser D—MA8
Ref A gen 5s series F1996. MAS
Eq tr 4%s 1936-40 (yr)—MAN
Eq tr 4%s *36- 41 O (yr)—FAA
Eq tr 5s 1936-37 (yr)
FAA
Eq tr 5s 1936-38 (yrjl
FAA
Pittsb Lake Erie A W Va—
Refund gold 4s 1941—MAN

§2*
38

103

MAN

Boston A Maine

1st M West Ext g 5s 1938 MAN
Baltimore A Ohio—
1st M 4s g July 1 1948
AAO
1st M 5s July 1 1948
AAO

87%
78%

97

A Harris

Bid,

Bonds.

Ask,

Austin A Northwestern—

103%

1st M 5s 1944 ser B
JAJ
Atlanta Knoxville A Northern—

May 1954..

1st mtge gu g 4s 1949AAO
Aug Term 1st gu g 6s 1947—AAO

103

5s stamped 1950-.-....AAO
Allegheny Val gen 4s 1942—MAS
Allegheny A Western—
92
1st mtge guar 4s 1998-...AAO
American Refrig Transit—
103
Equipt 6s ser D 1937—..JAJ
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s 1995
Q-J / 70
Ark A Mem By Brge A Term—
95
1st M 5s 1964
MAS
Aroostook Nor 5s g 1947..—AAO
105
Atchison Topeka A Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s 1995-—AAO
108%
103
Adjustment 4s July 1 1995 Nov
103
Stamped
MAN
Oonv g 4s of '09 due 1955 JAD
100
Oonv g 4s of '05 due 1955- JAD
Oonv g 4s of '10 due 1960.JAD
101%
Oonv deb 4%s 1948
108
JAD
Trans S L 1st g 4s 1958
110
JAJ
Oal-Arls 1st A rf 4 He '62 op MAS
112*
Rocky Mt DIv 4s 1965
JAJ
104
Athens Terminal By—
1st g5s 1937
JAJ
26
Atl ABirm. See Seab'd Air Line
Atlanta A Charlotte Air Line—
1st M 4%s 1944 ser A....JAJ
95

to

Bid.

Atlantic Ooast Line of S O—
Gen 1st g 4s July 1948
JAJ
Atl A Danville 1st 4s 1948
JAJ
2d g 4s 1948
JAJ
Atlantic A Yadkin—

108%
"

_

Ool A conv 5s 1950

Bonds.

Ash.

.

JAJ

102%
122%

100

t Called Dec. 1 at 102%.

BAILROAD BONDS

DEC., 1935]

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

104 Vi
96 Vi
100 Vi
llOVi

J&D

8 f 414s Dec 15 1944-.J&D15
Coll tr 4 Vis I960
j«J

Conv coll tr 6sl942

Chic R I & Pac

—_M&S

112
Eq tr 6s 1944
J&J
Bq tr 414s 1935-1938 a-a.-J&D b 3.65
Bq tr 41940-1946 a-a.J&D b 3.65
Oaro Cent 1st g gu 4s 1949--J&J 1 47 Vi
1 AQ \Z
AUO 78
Oaro Clinch & Ohio 5s 1938--J&D
110 Vi
1st cons 0s 1952 ser A.J&SD15

103 M

100 Vi

llivi

3%
3%
50

gold 5s 1945

108
54

30
55
27 Vi
15

M&N

Bq tr 4 Vis *36 '40ser P(yr)M&8
85
Bq tr 4 Vis *36 '40aerQ(yr)M&N
85
Bq tr 5s 1936-*38 (yrly)—J&D
Chat Div gold 4s 1951..-J&D / 20
Macon & Nor g 5s 1940
J&J
Mid Ga& Atl 1st 5s 1947—J&J r::::
Mobile Div g 5s 1946
J&J f 22 Vi
Cent New Bng 1st qu 4s 1961 J&J / 43
Central of New Jersey100
Gen M (now 1st) g 5s 1987 J&J
87
Gen M 4s 1987
J&J
b 3.00
„

Bq tr 4 Vis 1936 *41 (yr)..F&A

95
95

General 5s

_

Coll tr g 5s 1937

Central
_

Oln Ind & West 1st 5s

1st

Vermont

K?—

87 Vi

2.25%
101 Vi
101
87 Vi

CIn

69

3.25%

111
118 Vi

lllVi
119Vi

111

in*

llOVi
A&O b 3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00

b
b

b

Certificates of deposit..
Chicago & Eastern llllnoia—
1st consol 6s gold 1934...A&O
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g '82.M&N
..

M&»

2.00%
1.00%

1.00
107 Vi

.60%

106 Vi

idsvi

k 104

112Vi

HlVi
102
109 Vi

Chesapeake & Ohio Northern—
1st M 5s 1945 guar
..A&O
Chicago & Alton & R—
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—
Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
1st & ref 4 Vis ser B 1977..F&A
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A..F&A
Illinois Div 3 Mb '49 op '29 J&J
4s July 1 1949
J&J
Chic & Bast 111 (new colGen M 5s May 1951
M&N

2%
2 00%

102

....

40 Vi

41 Vi

106 Vi

107 Vi
105 Vi
109 Vi
103
110

105 Vi
109 Vi
102 Vi
109 Vi

13 Vi
12 Vi

/

81 Vi

\f°4
f

117
25 Vi
95

25 M

85

Equip trust 4 Vis "A" 1945 A&O
Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar—J&J
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—
Ref M g 6s 1947 series A..J&J /
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B..J&J
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O..J&J
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N
1st & gen 6s May '66 ser B J&J
Monon Goal gu 5s '30 opt. J&D 1
Ohio Indianapolis & St. Louis—

88

22

lH

Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
111
1st M 4Mb 1969 opt 1919.J&D
47
Chic vfemp & Gulf 5s 1940..J&
Chic Mllw & Gary 1st 5s *48 A&O / 18
Chic Mllw St Paul & Pac RR—
60-yr 6s 1975 series A
F&a
-

fim

ffil4
2
44

Gen 4Mb May *89 ser E..J&J
Geo M 4Mb May *89 serF.J&J

90

86

90

86

Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3V*s g 1987
M&N /
Gen M gold & 1987
M&N /
Stmpd non-pay Fed Inc tax £
Gen M 5s '87 stpd inc tax M&N
I
GenM 4Vis'87stpdtnc taxM&N f

90

33 Vi
37

34

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i&v*

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lfH

37 Vi

39 Vi

Gen M 4 Vis'87 stpd

/
/
f
/

44 Vi
ISM
18
18 Vi

48 Vi

20
'

19
19 Vi

\VA

95

90

■

96

100

96

100

88

—.

...

82 Vi
•

75Vi

§1""

89 Vi

90 Vi

loo""
96

101

102

104 Vi

106

llOVi
llOVi
102 Vi
102 Vi

lllVi

105
106 Vi
105 Vi
105 Vi

loevi

88
104 Vi
99 Vi

88 Vi

l3.

91Vi

55 Vi
b

3.25

56 Vi
2.25%

107

....

109 Vi

j

109 Vi
98

96

85

75

92

b 6.75
Bq tr 4 Vis 1936-42 (yr)..M&N
b 6.75
Equipment trust 5s
b 6.75
Equipment trust 5 Vis
—

4s stamped 1995

I 34
w*
1

Vi
♦/16
/ 15Vi
*f 15 Vi

/
f

40
16 Vi

J&J /
J&J /

Mortgage gold 4s 1995—J&D
Mtge 4s stamped 1995

6 Vi

48 Vi
57 Vi
8Vi

.J&J
M&S

35^

8*

Ext at 6% to

July 1 1934-.—

J&J
1945—J&J
A&O
1936-1939 s-a.M&N

1947

8Vi

6

ext

3 Vis

100
97

1942—J&D

107 Vi
102
102

1941—J&J
A&O

...

J&J

1941

87

1962
—J&J
2nd 4s Gold Sterling 1955. A&O
1st 4s Feb 25 *39 Alg gu.M&N
1st 4a Feb 16 '42 Alg gu.M&N
Gen 4s 1962 Can Gov gu..J&J
Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—

42

45

98 Vi

104
104 Vi

86
98 Vi
96 Vi

106
103 Vi
100 Vi

M&S

Deb g 6s Sept 1 1936
6 Vis 1936 series F
Grand Trunk West 4s £

6.00
104 Vi

1940
A&O
Goshen & Deckert'n 1st 5Mb 1978
2nd ext 6s 1979
M&N
3Mb

Grand River Valley 1st 4s 1959—
Grand Trunk Pacific—

.F&A

82

1950-J&J

$ July 1 1950—J&J
>
Eq tr 6s Dec 14 '35-'43 (yr)
Grays Pt Term g 6s 1947
J&D
1st g gu 4s

u
87 Vi

Great Northern—

76 Vi
94

Gen M 7s 1936 series

102 Vi
107

A—J&J

'61 opt *41.J&J
1952 ser B...J&J
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
J&J
Gen 4 Vis 1976 ser D—
J&J
Gen 4 Vis 1977 ser E
J&D
Eq tr 4 Vis 1936-1939
M&S
Eq tr 4 Vis 1936 1940 D (yr)J&J
Eq tr 5a 1936 1938 (yr)— M&S
Western Fruit Express _
.
.
Eq 5s J'ne 15*36 39 (yr) J&D
1st & ref g 4 Mb

105
100 Vi
92 Vi
92 V
2.7
2.50

Gen M 6Vis
....

12Vi

,

10 Vi
21 Vi
5.75 %

5.75%
5.75%

2,25
3.00
3.00

tr 4 lis 1Q36-1940-J&D
Greenbrier Cheat & Elk—

Eq

27

27 Vi

96"

1st 5s

1944

;

30

35""

fiIS

112 Vi

iiP
f This price Includes accrued interest,

106 Vi

/
f

44 M

7Vi

Guantanamo & Western—
1st M 6s 1958 ser A

-J&J /*42
14

Guayaquil & Quito 1st 5s *32 J&J2 /
Gulf Mobile & Northern—
1st 5Vis 1950 ser B
..A&O
1st 5s 1950 Series O
A&O

84

Gulf & Ship Island RR—
1st ref & term g 5s Feb '52. J&J

58 M

Stamped (July 11933 cpn on)
Gulf Termlnel of Mobile—
1st mtge g is 1957 gu
J&J

~7~~

96

J&J
4s '40 M&N

Green Bay & Western—
Debenture ctfs A Feb

Debenture ctfs B Feb....——

-3Vi
■ 72 Vi

30

llOVi

IVi
IVi

37 Vi
115
101
45
25

-

48

3

60

19Vi

1st M 3a

94

/
f
/

/

1952

Greenbr Ry 1st g gu

f

15

Georgia Midland—
1st g 3s 1946
A&O
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951—A&O

1st

26 Vi
26 Vi

/

/

Georgia & Florida RR—
1st M 6s 1946 ser A
M&N
Ctfs of deposit—........
Georgia Fla & Ala RR—
1st M & ref 6a 1952
F&A /

19Vi

Detroit Term & Tunnel—

b Baals,

105
105 Vi

'59.J&D

1st & ref 5s 1974
Certificates of deposit

2d 4a 1936

"I9"vi

14 Vi

♦Negotiability impaired by maturity,

2.75

3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
105 Vi
117

Eq 4Mb '36*41 H (t-a)—M&S
Fla So 1st g gn 4s 1945
J&J
Florida West Sh 5s 1934
J&J
Fonda Johnstown & G loversv—
48
Gen ref gold 4a 1950
J&J
1st cons ref 4 Mb '62 opt.-M&N
6Vi
Proof of claim filed
Amended 1st con 4Mb 1982
(Nov *32 and May <17 coup).
♦/ 3Vi
Proof of claim filed
/
3Vi
Certificates of deposit
Fort Dodge Des Moines & Sou—
/
3
1st 5s 1938
J&D
104 Vi
Fort St Un Dept Det 4Mb *41 J&J
Ft Worth & D O 6s 1921—
104
Ext at 5V4% to 1961 ... J&D
Galveston Houston & Henderson
70Vi
1st lien & ref M 8Mb 1938 A&O
90
Galveston Term 6s 1V38—M&S
115Vi
Genesee River 6s 1957..
J&J
Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945
J&J / 15.Vi

Gr R & Ind ext 4 Vis

105

An Apr

...

1st cons 5s gold 1943
Florida East Coast 4Mb

Gouv & Osw 1st 5s g

111

-■

.

68 Vi
68

Eq tr 4 Via
Girard Point Storage—

....

102

Delaware River RR & Bridge—
100 Vi
1st mtge g 4s 1936
F&A
Denver & Rio Grande Western
HVi
Gen Income 5s Aug '55...F&A /
/ 10.^
Assented subject to plan
Ref & impt 5s 1978 ser B.A&O / 20 Vi

1st mtge 6a 1950

74

A&O
-A&O
M&N
1975——A&O
1967

Ga Sou & Fla 1st g 5s

113

llOVi

J&J

Inc mtge 0s 1060
.J&J
Des Moines & Fort Dodge—
Ctfs of dep for gtd 4s 1935.J&J
Des Plalnes Val4vi« 1947_.M<5r'*
Det & MacW pr Hon (« 1995-J&D

96 Vi

71Vi

Florida Central & Peninsula—

Deb 5s

Connecticut & Passumpslc Rivers
1st gold 4s 1943
A&O
Conn River gold 4s 1943
M&S

1st con g 4s 1936
1st con g 4 Vis 1936
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—

„

Jersey s f 6s 1955
J&J
Pittsburgh—
B 1940. -J&J
J&J

Erie &

4s Jan 1

-J&J

Rio Grande—

100 Vi

A&O

Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948. J&D
Ga Oaro & N 1st 5s g 1929..J&J

105

106 Vi

Col Newberry & Laurens—
1st 3s July 1 1937

Denver &

106 Vi
102
97

...

.

86

Eq4Via'36-*43 B & F (yr).J&J
Bq 4Ws *36-'41 G & H(yr).J&J
JBqulp tr 5s'36 *40serB(yr)F&A

inc tax M&N
15-year 6 vis Mar 1930—-M&S
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D
1st & ref 4vis May 2037..J&D
lot & ref 4Mb May 20370 J&D
■i.
Conv g 4*is 1949 ser A—M&N
Bq 5s *35 '38 O (yr)
J&D
Bq 614s 1936 ser J (yr)
M&S
r
Eq 614s 1936 K (yr)
A&O
Miq 4148*36 42 (yr.) ser A M&N
Chic R I & Pac Ry—
General gold 4s 1988..—..J&J
Certificates of deposit
Refg t« f 934 ODt to 1911
A&O
Certificate of deposit
Sec4Vi» i952«e' \
M&S
Certificates of deposit
30-yr. conv.414« 1960--.M&N

75

Connecting Ry (Phtla)—
110
1st M gu 4s Mar 15' 51.M&S15
120
97
1st 5s
1951
M&S
lOlVi Consol Rys (N H) deb 4a '54 J&J (
Deb 4s 1955
J&J f 18
Deb 4s 1955—
A&O / 18
Deb 4s 1956 guar
.....J&J / 18
49 Vi
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5Mb *42.J&D
45
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952
J&J
46 Vi
52""
1st 1 & ref g 7 Vis '36 ser A. J&D
44 Vi
1st 1 & ref 6s 1936 ser B..J&D
18Vi
40
Imp & equip 5s 1960
M&N
15
Danbury & Norwalk—
1st ref 4s 1955
J&J f 40
6Vi
102
Dayton Union 4s 1949
J&J
98
42 Vi Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951— J&J
103
39
Del & Bound Br 3 Vis 1955.F&A
44 Vi
Delaware & Hudson—
76
44 Vi
1st & ref gold 4s 1943
M&N
93 Vi
46
15-yr g KM* May 1 '37 .M&N

100 Vi

Gen g 4s a .day 1 1989...J&J
Gen g 3 Mb B May 1 1989—J&J
Gen 4Mb May *89 series O.J&J f

82 Vi

II""

10

loo"

106 Vi

Columbus & Hocking Valley—
Ext gold 4s 1948—
A&O

1st 5s 1944

9Vi

Chic Junction Ry & Union— .
Stk Yds coll tr ref 5s 1940. A&O k 109
104 Vi
Col trust ref 5s 1940
A&O

Con*
5s Tan 2000 ....A&O
Chic Milwaukee & St Paul

96 Vi

Columbus & Toledo—

26

95 Vi

98 Vi

1st extend g 4s 1955——.F&A
Concord & Claremont—

35

95

109 Vi

Gen gu g 3 Hs ser
Series O 1940

94

F&A

28

95

Short Line 1st 4s 1953...A&O
Chic Junct RR 1st 4s 1945—M&S

1936-37.—M&N

93
Vi

f

'/

Eq tr 5M%

Columbia & Port Deposit—
1st m 4s 194Q

103 Vi

Eq tr 6s 1936 (year) —J&J16
Bq 4Mb '36-*41 LL (s-a)..M&S
Eq tr 4 Vis 1936-43 (s-a)— M&S
Equipment trust 5s
Equipment trust 5Mb
—
Penn coll g 4s Feb 11951—F&A
Erie &

Gen & ref 4Mb 1981 ser B J&J
Oleve Short L 4Mb 1961
A&O
Cleveland Terminal & Valley—
1st 4s gold guar 1995
M&N
flevaland Union Terminals—
1st sf5Vis 1972 series A—A&O
1st M s f 5s 1973 ser B
A&O
1st s f 4Mb 1977 ser C..A&0
Joal Rlv Ry 1st 4s gu '45—J&D
Colorado & Southern
General mtke
1980..M&N

....

106

Ser D 3Mb gen gtd 1950—F&A
Gen & ref 4 Vi* 1977 ser A.F&A

106

llOVi
llOVi
U3Vi

112 Vi

1953

Series D 1953

Ref & Impt m 5s
Ref & mtge m 6s

2%

llOVi
llOVi

4s 1940...F&A
Olev Olnc Ohlc & St LouisGeneral gold 1993—...J&D
Gen M 5s ser B 1993
J&D
Ref & Imp M 6s '41 ser O-J&J
Ref & Imp M 5s '63 ser D..J&J
Ref & Impt 4 Mb ser B 1977. J&J
Cairo Div 1st g 4s 1939—J&J
O W & M Div 1st 4s g '91-J&J
St L Div 1st col trg 4s'90 M&N
Spr & Col Div 4b 1st g '40-M&8
White W V Div 1st 4s '40-J&J
Cleveland Lorain & Wheeling—
Gen M 5s 1936
J&D
Cleveland & Mahoning—
Gold 5s 1938
J&J
Cleveland & Pittsburgh—
Ser A 4Mb gen gtd 1942—-J&J
Ser B 4Mb gen gtd 1942—A&O
Series B 3 Vis gen gtd 1942.A&O
Ser O 3Mb gen gtd 1948—M&N

_

A&O

J&J
Gen lien gold 4s 1996
.J&J
Conv gold 4s 1953 ser A..A&O
Series B

104""

101

1st gtd g 5s 1943
..J&J
Cleveland Akron & Columbus—

100 Vi
102

1956—..M&N

Edmonton, Dunvegan & Brit
Columbia Ry 4Mb 1944—A&O
Elgin Jol & East 6s 1941—M&N
Elmira & Willlamaport—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% I960-J&J
Income 5s 2862
A&O
El Paso & R I 1st gu 5s 1951-J&J
El Paso & Southwestern RR—

92""

6 3.00

Cincinnati Union Term Co—

70
102

„

102 Vi
102

01 nc &

1936-38 fvr)-..A&o
Northern RR 1st 4s 1951-J&J

Consol 1st g 5s

Eastern Ry of Minnesota—
Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948.

1st & ref 6s 1965
Brie—
Prior lien gola 4s 1996

102
90

1st M 4Mb 2020 ser A
J&J
1st M 6s 2020 ser B
J&J
1st mtge g 5s series O '57.M&N
Clearfield & Mahoning—

100 Vi

Rq tr 4*t *36 '40 w (yri-A&O b




105

1st cons guar g

Chesapeake & Ohio
1st cons g 5s 1939
M&N
General 4 Vis gold 1992—M&S
Ref & Impt 4 Vis 1993 serA A&O
Ref & impt 4Mb *90 ser B J&«

Chic Ort West 1st 4s 1959

1st cons gtd 4s 1942
M&N
Mush Val 4s 1948—.F&A
Oln N O & Tex Pac Ry—

O—

1st gold 5s Nov 1 1935—M&N
East Tenn Va & Georgia—

103

1965-M&N

79

4.25

1st mtge g 6s 1946
..A&O
Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu.J&J
Chesapeake Corp—See Indus Bds

EqtrSs 30-38 (yr)
M&816
Bq tr 5M* '36 *37 (yrly).. J&D
Bq 614s 1936 (ann)
J&D
Craig Valley 1st 5s a 1940 T&J
Paint Creek Br 4s 1945-—F&A
Potts Creek 4s 1946—
J&J
R & A Div 1st con g 4s '89-J&J
2d con g 4s 1989—
J&J
Warm Spr Val 1st 5s g '41-M&S

39

Q-F

1* 1936

64

Charleston & Savannah—
1st mtge g 7s 1936
J&J
Charleston & Western Carolina—

Bq tr 3s, 1936-1950

4s Aug

75

b

P 29 p

Cincinnati Lebanon & Northern

100 Vi

86 Vi

,

—M&N

Bq tr 5s Dec 14 35 "44 (yr)..

1937

Eq tr 5s

m Eurooean loan 4s 194A.M&S /
Central RR & Banking of Ga—

60

Oln Ind St Louis & Chicago—

43 Vi

101 Vi
100 Vi

106

55

97
106

M&S

1st 4s 1958

East Tenn & Western N

99 Vi
106 Vi

105 Vi

J&D
J&J

gold 1942

22 Vi

Central Pacific—

1st ref 4s g guar 1949..—F&A
1st g guar 4s Oct 11954—A&O
Guar g 5s 1960
F&A

109 Vi
108 Vi

52 Vi

J&J
1940- J&D

„

105 Vi

Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton—
2d mtge gold4 Vis

106

107 Vi

Atlantic—

-

Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
Consol gold 5s 1952
M&N

25""

60 Vi

98 Vi

107 Vi

J&J

5s Jan 1 1941

1st gold 5s 1937
Dutchess Co RR 4 Via

108 Vi
108

J&J /

Choc & Mempn 5s 1949

kiA
95

Gen g s f

Dulutb South Shore &

109

65

_

1st 5s 1937
A&O
Dulutn MwsaDe & Northern—

74

10b Vi

105 Vi

J&J

1st 4Mb 1949

105 Vi

„

J&J

Duluth & Iron Range—

81 Vi

107 Vi

d os 1963 series B

104 M

J&J

1 1964

1st gold guar 4s 1963
Dexter & Picataquis—

101

107 Vi

series A 1963. J&J
J&J
Guar 4s 1944......
....A&O
1st M 4s series D 1963
J&J
Guar gold 5s 1944
J&D
Chicago & Western Indiana—
Consol gold guar 4s 1952. — J&J
1st & ref 5 Mb 1962 A
.M&8
1st & ref. 5 Vis ser O 1962.M&S

_

1st 5s Mar

Detroit & Toledo Sbore Line—

East Penn

Chicago Union Station—
1st

Ref & gen 5 Vis 1959 ser B. A&O
Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser O..A&O

73
73
73

6b

1st guar 4 Mb

65 Vi
106
Oatawlssa cons g 4s 1948-—A&O
52
Cent Ark & Bast 1st 5s 1940-J&J
OentrBr Un Pac 1st g 4s *48. J&D / 26
Central of Georgia—
1st M g 5s Nov 1 1946
F&A / 49 Vi
Oens

68

J&D

Eq 414* *36-*42 O (yr)
J&J
68
Eq tr 4Mb '36-'45 (s-a)—J&D
Chicago St Louis & N O—
100 Vi
Con g 5s June 15 '51—J&D 16
Jfc 80
Con g 314* June 15'51 J&D.15
79
Mem Div 1st 4s 1951
J&D
Chic Santa Fe & California—
105 Vi
1st 5s Jan 1 1937
J&J
Ohlc Terre Haute & Southeast
1st & ref g 6s Dec 1 '60 opt J&D
fnc ntge 6s Dec 1 1960—M&S

llivi

Carthage & Adirondack—
1st mtge guar g 4s 1981.-J&D

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—

By—{Concluded)

Eq tr 5s 1936-38 (s-a)
84 Vi
103 Vi

MAS

20-yr coll tr 4 Vis 1946
Go 11 tr 6s 1954

98 Vi

97 Vi

Canadian NW4Hi Oct 221943..
Canadian Pacific—
Cons deben 4s perpetual. _J&J

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

Bid.

Bonus

*f" and Income and defaulted bonds.
the month preceding the date of Issue.

k Last sale,

nNominal.

77 %

58 Vi

76Vi

4
4

•'4
••••

105
78 M
95
116
25

20

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RAILROAD
NOTICE.—All bond prices

Bonds.
R

HarJ

&

Bid.

Portch—See

N

Harris Ports Mt Joy & Lane RR
Ext 4s 1943
J&J

Hoboken Ferry 5s 1946

are as near as

Ask.

91

1st M g 4* 1951 guar—

11654
11651
2.50 1.75§
2.50^.7595

J&J

Holyoke & West 454s 1951—A&O /
Jdousaconic con 5s 1937
M&N /
Houston Belt & Term 5s '37-J&J
Houston & Texas Central—
1st lien g 5s 1937
Hudson & Manhattan—
1st gold 5s 1957 opt

'

Adj inc up to 5% Feb *57-A&O
1st M 4 W* 1957 conV—
F&A
Illinois Central—
1st

1951

Ext

3-yr deb 6s 1937

65

8054
75

72*

J&D

Main 1 ext 1st g 3 Us *51 A&O
1st g 3s sterling 1951..
M&S
Coll Crust gold 4s 1952
A&O
Ooltr L NO & T g 4s '53-M&N
Ref mtge 6s 1955
M&N
Ref

a

4s 1955

6754

Louisville &

62

Equipment trust 554s........
Equipment trust 654s

2.25

3.25

3.50
350

2.25
9954
8154

Cairo

Bridge 4s g i960—J&D
Lltch DIv 1st g 3s 1951
J&J
Loulsv Div 354s g 1953—-J&J

Sp'field Div ext 354s 1951 J&J
Western lines g 4s 1951 ...F&A
Indiana Bloomlngton & Western—
1st ext 4s 1940
..A&O
Indiana Haroor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4s 1957
Gen mtge 454s 1957

2d mtge 3s 1980

82

102

J&J

:

1st gold 4s 1950

.

J&J

....

9554

Internat-Great iNorth Ry—
1st M g 6s 1952 series A..J&J
/
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A.Aprll /

Eq tr 454s 1936-42 (yr)—A&O b
Internat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 6s 1972 opt
M&N
1st col tr 6% notes 1941-M&N
6% notes 1936
J&D
1st 1& ref 6^1947
-■
-F& <

Certificates of deposit—.
_M&S
Lansing & Saginaw—
1st 354s Sept 1 1951

1st & ref g 4s 1951

5.75%

7654

80
87

70
79

iH

.

Jackson

83

Jacksonville Terminal—
1st 5s July 1 1939

1st

1944-—

m

J&D

Kalamazoo Allegheny &
Grand Rapids gtd 5s *38—J&J
Kal & Sou Haven—See Mich Cent
Kalamazoo & White Pigeon RR
1st gold 5s 1940
J&J

Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948—A&O
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990.—A&O
Kanawha & W Va 5s 1955
J&J
Elan City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 4scl936 guar
A&O
Certificates of deposit..
K O Mem & Bir 4s 1934
M&S
Income 5s Mar 1934
Sept 1
Assented
M&S
Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O
Ref & Impt 5s Apr 1 I960--J&J
Eq tr 554a 1936-38 (year) M&S
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
J&J
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
1st M 5s 1978
J&J
-

ext at

Midland

8254

j;:::
101

/ 3654
/ 34)4
/ 74
/ 45
1 61

&
62
b

3.00

10154
9754

lBt

65

Lake Shore & Mich South—
Con g ref 354 s 1Q97
J&D

Leamington & St Clair 4s *45 A&O
Lehigh & Lake Erie 454s *57AM&S
1st M gold 5s 1945

J&J

1st mtge 5s 1954
Lehigh Valley—
1st 6« ext gold 4s 1948
Con M 6s

ann

Irred

F&A

10054

cons

80
72

9754

10254
9954

113

10554

1977

1st & ref

88

8954

ser

J&J

F

J&D

—

98
98

10255

Gen

con

40

41

Gen

con

4254

45 54

gold 4 54 s 2003
gold 5s 2003

M&N
M&N

Lehigh Valley Ry of New York
1st 454s gold 1940
J&J
Lehigh v^lITerm 5s 1941 —A&O
I ehigh&NY 1st 4s 1945..M&S
-

91

Secured

80

10554
6354

81!

]

-

J&J
J&J

D.J&J

#
7754

9454
9654
7154
8754

F&A
—F&A

84
2.00

2.50
2.00

51

(yearly)
M&N15
NYC RR eq 454s 1936—J&J

*36-^0

vTtr

2.50
2.75
1.25

3.50
454* '36-'46-M&N
N Y Chicago & St Louis—
10154
1st goldjs 1937
A&O
3-yr 6% g notes Oct 1 '35A&0 *f 82
NYC RR eq

/

Deposit rets for 6s 1935

3654
31;
40!
56

7854
2154

A&O
O
M&S
Equip tr 454* 1936-'44 (yr) F&A
Equip tr 5s 1936-'38 (yr)—F&A
New York Connecting RR—
Ref 4 54* 1978 ser

1st M 454s 1953 series A—F&A
1st guar 6s 1953 series B—F&A
New York & Erie RR—
t

72
7654
6554
3.80

3.00

10754
10754

1st 4s ext g 1947
2nd ext 5s 1939—

M&N

110

—M&S

108

3d mtge 454s 1938

M&S

104

N Y & Greenwood Lake

M&N

Guarg 5s 1946

..M&N
'46—J&D

101

1st & ref 4s ser A 1973—-M&N
1st & ref 454* 1973 ser B—M&N
New York & Long Branch—
General gold 4s 1941
M&S
General 1st 5s 1941
M&S

94

N Y & Har 1st g 3 )4« 2000

85

3254
100
56

47:
5054

N Y & Hob Fy 5s May
N Y Lack & Western—

74

10254
108

74

—M&S

NY & NE Bos Ter 4s 1939-A&O
N Y New Haven & Hartford—

98

Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv—J&J15
Deb 4s May 11957
M&N
Deb 4s July 1 *55 non-conv J&J
Deb 4s 1956 non-conv
M&N
Deb 4s 1947 non-conv—M&S
Deb 354* March 1947
M&S
Deb 354* 1954 non-conv—A&O
Deb 3)4* 1956 conv
J&J

3154

28

A&O
J&D
Equip tr 454* Sept 15 1936 to

15-year secured 6s 1940
1st & ref 454« 1967

Certificates of deposit..
1st & ref 6a 1981 ser 1
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Oenv g 554s 1949 ser A—M&N

37

8054

22
A&O
1st 5s 1954 series B
A&O 1 34
1st M 554s 1954 series A—A&O f 34
1st 58 1956 series C
F&A f 34
1st M 454s 1956 series D—F&A f 3254
b 6.25
Equip trust 4 54»
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
10654
1st M g 4)4s 1945 guar.—J&J
Non-cum Inc 5s '35 ser A_

70

3754

1st & ref 5* 1978 ser G
M&N
Certificates of deposit......
1st & ref 5s 1980 ser H—A&O

99

45

NYC Lines eq 454* Mar 151936
te
1939 (year)
M&S15 b
NYC Lines eq 454«

—

J&D

1554

96

NYC L eq 5s '36-'37 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 5s '30-'39 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 454s '36-37 (yr)M&8

Certificate* of deposit

r

7055

„

Deb 4s 1942 tax-exempt—J&J
Ref & ref4 54« ser A 2013—A&O

f 4s

Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser A—A&O
Mo Kan & Tex (old company)Ist gold 4s 1990
J&D
Mo Pacific RR (new company)lst & ref 5e Jan 1965 A ..F&A
Certificate* of deposit—

97

9854

J&
J&J

L S coll tr g 354a 1998
M O coll tr g 3HB 1998

6%

Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A
Prior Men 4s 1962 ser B
Prior lien 454s 1978 ser

9855

New Mexico Ry & Coal Co—
1st coll tr g 5s Oct 1 1947.. A&O
New Orleans Great Northern—

Ref 654s 1974 ser A

RR bm 1959
l&J
Mo Kans & Okla 5s 1942—M&S
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

90

10454

48

454% to
—J&D

4s 1951—....

9954
48

10054

10-yr conv 6a 1944——M&N
1998 ser A--F&A
Ref & impt 4 54s 2013 A—A&O
Ref & impt 5s 2013 C
A&O
New York Central & Hud RIv—
Ref g 354 s July I 1997
J&J

25

con*

43"
29

J&J

Cons mtge 4s

1910

J&J
J&J
J&J
1949—J&J

a

f

New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945—-J&J f
N Hav & NoHam 4a 1956 guJ&D f
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986
F*a

New York Central RR—

35

'41op'16-M&N
Mississippi Cent g 5s 1949
J&J
Missouri Illinois Bridge and Belt

10054

90

16
24

§P

it*
2454
37)4
27

Mar 15 1945 (s-a)—M&S 15

7.00
7.00

Harl Rlv A. Pt, Che« 4m *54 M&N

85

N Y & N J Ferry 5s 1946

J&J

6454
k

Last

sale.

n

Nominal.

7.00

Eqpt tr 454* '30-'46(yr)-J&J
Equipment trust 5s..
-

5&s

1935-1956—„J&D
Equip trust 5s 1936 '40(yr)M&9
Eq tr 454* '36-'44 F (yr)._M&N

/This price Includes accrued Interest.




84

gold 4s 1938
gold 5s 1938
5s 1938 gu int

1st Oh Ter

100

102
99

10354

J&J

RR

98

9754
101

10354

9454 Mo-Ill

Con M 454s ann irred—J&D
Gen cons gold 4s 2003
M&N

» Basis.

9654
99

10354

454

1st ref 554* 1878 ser B
J&J
25-year 554s 1949
M&S
Eq tr 4s BS-'BS s-a
J&D15
Eq tr 454s 1936 (s-a)—.M&N
MSbP&SS M & OentTermRy—

2%

Lehigh & New England—
Gen mtge 4s ser A 1965—-A&O
Lehigh Valley Harbor Perm By—

354

Sept

2d M gold 4s guar
1st ref 6s 1946 series A

6954

9954

cons

1st

%. 77

cons

50

New Orleans Texas & Mexico—

Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&8

1st

igi.54
10354

Extended at 5% 1940—M&N
Ref & impt 454s '52 ser A—J&J
New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953— -J&J

Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—

35

10754

89

-

m*

1st refdg gold 4s 1949
M&S
Ref & ext 5s Feb '82 ser A-Q-F
Certificates of deposit--—..

3754

M&N f
Vail—

Income deb 5s 2032

1st consol gold 5sl934—M&N
Certificates of deposit

10654

accrlnt atexchrate 4.8665
Stmpd accr int at rate 4.8665
Plain 1961
.J&J
Lake Erie & West 1st 5s '37—J&J
2d gold 5s July 1 1941
J&J

4454

1939
ext at

2
2

New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915.

Mil&State Line Ist354sl941-J&J

105

9654

75

—.

1934 (1884)

102

96

3.75%
3.75%

61

Minneapolis & St Louis—
1st 7s '27 ext at 6% 1932-J&D
*

Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954--

Northern—

Con ext 454s
Cons 6s 1913

cons

New Castle & Shenango
1st 454s Jan 1 1937

Valley—5s 1943—A&O
&

454
3)4

New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940

J&D
6s

1st

1st ext 454s 1939

106

-

J

1 g 4 54s '26 J&J f
gold 4s 1951
A&O f

1st

5% to 1940-1——A&O

Milwaukee

Mil

99)4

Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987—-J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 454s 1961 (sterling
).J& J
--

N

of

354

50-year 1st 5s 1983—

(Foreign series) 1960

4

Gen mtge 4s 1977
A&O f
6% g notes *15 ext to "33. -J&D f
6% g notes£ '15 ext to '33-J&D f

N J & N Y 1st ext 5s 1950—M&S

....

8254
3.00

F&A

National Transc Branch Lines Co
1st Msf 454s 1955
A&O

con

Midland

8954
92
84 54

Nat RR of Mex p

gu—- M&N

Adj M Apr 1 *53 ser A

it*

) 8054

76
76
76

1st 5s 1943
-M&N/
Income 4s 1943
**^,iM&N
Midi RR 4% franc bonds
k

90

53
105
89
108

-

Middlesex Val 1st 5s 1942-M&N
Middle f<>wn & Unionville—

154

10454
10254

National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien g 4V4s s f 1957—J&J f

73
101

54.25

-

6

10354
114
118

Montgomery & Erie 1st 5sl956—
Montour RR 1st 5s 1963—F&A
Morris & Essex 3)4s 2000—J&D
Constr'n 5* 1955 ser A—.M&N

1st guar g 5s 1937—..

,

77
111

7454
7454
7454

J&D
—J&D

1st g 354s J L & Sag 1951-M&S
1st gold 3^s 1952.
M&n

108

„

111

7154
9954

1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940--J&J
1st g 4s Jol & N Ind_1957J&J10

105

1 st g 4s 1959 guar.... J&D
Joliet & Northern Ind 4s 1957 J&J
Joplin Union Depot Co—
1st g 454« 1940 guar opt.M&N

80
106

gold 4s 1977
M&S
Asst (cash warr & coup).... /
Michigan Central—
Ref & impt 454s 1979 ser O.J&J
1st 5s Kal &S H 1939
M&N

107

Ref & ext 6s series A 1967—J&J
Ref & ext 6s series B 1967—J&J
Jamestown Frank & Clearfield—

1st 5s June 1

6.75

7654

Meridian Term 4s *55 guar.M&N
Mexican International—

10

4654

Monongahela Ry Co—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1960—M&N
Monongahela Sou 5s 1955—A&O
Gen 6s 1955
A&O
Mont Cent 1st g 6s 1937
J&J
1st guar gold 5s 1937
J&J
Montana, Wyoming & Southern
1st mtge g 5s 1939
-M&S
Montauk Ext 1st 5s 1945—J&J

Nashville Florence & Sheffield—

110

Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s 51-M&S
Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959—M&N

4154

70

10454

1st ext 6s Jan 1 1937

107"

41
954
3854
3854

78
103

—

Interstate Transf Ry 5s 1945-J&J
Iowa Cent 1st g 6s 1938
J&D
.

107

2002—M&S

Monon Coal—See Chic Ind & Lou

10654

7s 1937

g

80

104
109

-M&N
Manitowoc Green Bay & Western
1st gtd 354s 1941
—J&J /
Marquette BLoughton & Onton-

19

67

/
—J&J /

Sinking fund

1454

M&S

Constr*n454s 1955 ser B.M&N
Nashville Chattanooga & St L—
1st M 4s 1978 ser A
F&A
Eq tr 4 Vis 1936-'37 (vear> A&O b

1959

Philippine Govt

:;-V98

83

J&J

1939 ext to

60
60

2.75
1.50

.J&D

Equipment trust 5s_—„

4s

v

107

9

M&S

1.50%
1.75%
.75%

54.25
Equipment trust 554s
Manila RR Sou Lines 4s'39-M&N
7154

109

Indianapolis & Louisville—*
1st guar 4s, 1956—
....J&J / 16Indianapolis Union—
.■■■■(:
Gen & ref 5s 1965 ser A._ .J&.l
106
Gen & ref 5s 1965 ser B...J&J
10654
Ref & impt 454s 1980 A...J&J
106

1st M 5s 1956 series B
1st M 5s 1956 ser O

.—

-

10554

J&J

1st & ref 454s 1935
1st & ref 5s Dec 1935

Indiana Illinois & Iowa—
„

107

10254

Maine Central—

....

105

W2BM

M&8

1st & ref 6s Dec 1935

J&J

30

10554
10754

102

1945--M&S
Monon coil

Sold 4s, 1952

75
100
86

7954

106

10754
105 54
10654

; N Term 1st g 4s '52
gu J&D
Macon Dublin & Savannah—
1st 5s 1947—
J&J
Macon Terminal 5s 1965
J&J

82

& impt 4 Vis 1977—
Secured 5* 1938

Mohawk & Malone—
1st guar g 4s 1991—

103

A—A&O

Mob & Mont 454s
Southern Ry joint

6854

7754
7254
9854

2

105

Pad & Mem Div 1st 4s '46-F&A
S E & St L Div 68 1971-M&S

90"

8654

Omaha DIv 1st 3s g 1951—F&A
St Louis Div 354s g 1951—J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951
J&J

10
60

109

—

102

M&S

2

/ 25

A&O
O—A&O
A-0
Eq tr 454« 1935-37 (year)-J&D
Equipment trust 5s
Equip 654« 1936—(year) M&S
AtlK&Oin Div 4s 1955.-M&N

1.75%
1 75%

Ref

300

79

5s 1941

if

43

Eq 454s '36-'41 O (yr)-J&J16
Eq tr 5s 1936-'38 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 5s 1936-'39 (year)-.-J&J
Montgom DIv g 5s 1947—F&A

102
104

1st & ref 4 54s 2003 ser

5954
2.25%
2.25%
2.50%
2.50%

-

...M&S

99J4
1055

3".65
"■

J&J

1st & ref 5 54s 2003 ser
1st & ref 58 2003 ser B

k

.

100

105

M&N

Unified gold 4s 1940

2.00
2 50

99

Small

74
43

J&J

Mobile & Ohio—
Gen gold 4s, 1938

Nashville—

50-year gold 5s 1937

97

10154

84
k

Gen M g 4s 1945

10254

J&J
Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S

6854
6954

95

5854
3.25

10054

55

74

J&J

Small

1st mtge gold 5s 1946
Louisville & Jeffersonvllle

Series O 44s 1963
J&D
Gold 6 H* July 1 1936
J&J
40-year 4548 Aug 1 1966—F&A
Eq tr 454s 1936-1939 K—F&A
Eq tr 4Kb 1936-1940 L.„ A&O
Eqtr45is"36-'41 M (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 454s 1986-11 Ser N.A&O
Eq tr 454s 1936 (yr) O..J&J
Eq tr 5s 1936 ^8 <er J
M&N

Mobile & Birmingham—
Prior lien 5s, 1945

Consol gold 354«

1st M gold 5s 1935
A&O
Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

7W

102

49

J&J

65
83

opt 1918. .M&N

100

North Western—

7654

fines 1st g 354a 1952—J&J
Jt 1st ref M (IO&CSL&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
J&D
Pur

Louslana &

&

Eq 654a 1936 (year! — .. .F&A
co July 1938 at
4%
.M&N f

106

—

Louisiana & Arkansas—
1st M 5s ser A 1969

10354
10154

Bid.

3d 7s ext

99

J&J

guar

-

31

—J&J

4s

40

8054

11454

Long Dock cons 354s 1950—A&O
Long Island—
Unified g 4s, 1949
—M&S
Refunding g gu 4s 1949..-M&S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938
J&D
Debenture gold 5s 1937-M&N
Equip tr 5s 1936 38 'vr^ -A&O
Equip tr 4 54s 1941-45 (yr) .F&A
Long Island City & Flushing—
Con 5s 1937
M&N
Los Angeles Un Term 6s '41-M&N

10154

73

—J&J

gold

1st gold 4s 1939

105

J&J

.F&A

1st gold 3 Us 1951

10054
30
6054
10354

Bonds
Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4s 1975 M&S

5s 1939
J&J
Litchf & Madis 1st 5s 1959-M&N
Little Miami guar 4« 1962--M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—

Hocking

Valley Ry—
1st cons gold 454» 1099
J&J
Eq tr 5s 1936-1938 (ann).A&0
Eq tr 5s 1936-1939 (yr)—J&J
Holidaysburg Bedford & Cumt)

Ask.

Lexington & Eastern—
1st guar 5s 1965
—A&O
Lincoln Park & Charlotte—

110
89

—M&N

Bid.

Bonds

H & Ha rtford.

Y N

BONDS

and "Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.
possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

ars

Quotations for all securities

♦

Negotiability impaired by

maturity.

78

NOTICE.- -All bond prices are "ana
"

..

Bid.

Bonds

Ref 1st g 4s June 1992
Gen M g 4s 1955 red

J&D

103
4s 1938. A&O,
99h
PhilaNewton& N Y 3s 1942——
'ttila & Reading RR—See "Readi ugCo."
Philippine Railway—
.28 h
1st p 4s 1937 a f opt gu—J&J
Piedmont & Northern—
1st 5s 1954
j&J 103h
106H
Pitts Bessemer & Lake Erie—
114
Cons gold 5s 1947———J&J
100H
Pitts Cin Chic & 8t Louis—
m %
Con g gu 4Hs ser A 1940-A&O
82"
hoh
4Hs series B 1942..*.—-A&O
4Hs series O 1942
M&N 110h
45"
108
4s series D 1945—
M&N
3 Hs series E 1949
F&A 103h
53
108
4s series F 1953-J&B
47 H
48 series G 1957
M&N
50
108H
4s series H I960F&A
115
4Hs series I 1963
—F&A
115
4Hs series j 1964
M&N
14 H
113
Ueo M 5s 1970 ser A
J&D
153
113
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B——A&O
106 K
Oen M 4He 1977 ser O.-J&J
99"
Pitts Shawmut & Northern—
.
1
1st gold 5s 1949--.—F&A /
16H
1
Gold 4s Feb 1 1952——F&A1'
14 H
8
6% receivers' ctfs 1927—F&A
52
Pittsburgh & Shawmut—
1st s f g 5s 1959—M--J&D! / 25
Pitts Sbenango & Lake Erie—
113
1st gold 5s 1940--———A&O
114
113
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943—J&J
108 H
Pittsb Term RR & Opal—
53
1st g guar sf5s 1942
J&J
121K
105
Pitts Va & Onar gu 4s 1943 M&N
Pitts & West J* By—
73j
1st m 4Hs 1958 ser A
J&D
65
73 J
1st m 4Hs 1959 ser B
A&O
74
1st M 4Hs I960 ser O ... A&O
59

105 H
106

£
N

,

v

105
30

Y
N Y & Stamford 4s 1958—M&N
N if Susq sc Western—
1st refunding 5s 1937
J&J
2d mtge 4Hs 1937
Gen mtge 5s g 1940
„

Term 1st

g

52 H
42 H
43
* 100

P&A
F&A

M&N

5s 1943

72

/

Bob 4i
A&O
«Jut IBt 4i* 1993 ....A&O
Short Line 4s 1957
F&A

7.^SBtcJle*ter& Bob Ry—
1st M g 4Hs 1946

13H

guar.... J&J

5W? ?KB£pXB l®50
NoSHLSfl2p l8fc 511939-

150 H

A&O

105
98

uttKSSKSr-

♦/16
/ 13H
•/ 48
/ ,16H

UtcLHHg f* ?J S"'

Certificates of deposit.

.

106H

kSK£M9---M*N

113H
107 X

Kr1** cog®01 4« 1996
A&O
N»rtlferQ Oentrat—M 41 '41-J&D
g«p i re£5s1974ser A *74. M&8
& ref g 4 He ser A...M&8

116

112H

iff? &o?? ?y l8fc snmr to—
Api
?rl * l9?3 & 8ub conps 1945. .
wit
inn ^ A?ri L1,933' ^11933
an(l Apr 11934

/ 55
/

coupons

„

n&di¥o£o S^0 °*%>* 1 and

34cdm--

I»«tb2n

Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047

54

/

4lH

102H

<£f

N^kfof#8.1*936"'40 (^M&SiS

103 r

?n4-" 1936—M&N
J&D

^K^Terminal RR—

/

An .-A

48 1 943

......

M&S

1944
}•{ Mi>8 1945 series B

Ori*R

90

30

P&A
J&D

fiaV CtOMc4" 1946-J&D

O™
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946.-J&J
1st cons guar 5s 1946
J&J

Oregon-Wash RR &

101H

70
81
80
66
109 H

1950 Beriea CJ—J&J

O

90

101H
103 H

J&J

}'I fl

39

85

A&O

°,d.Po}>°y RR 4s 1938

100

36

M&S

Ge^irnlrtV"^# 5$ 1936lj&D
?? Fold V?™1937-

102"

28
108

J&-

& Western 5s itns

iA° ^ n^ntle Kanawha—
1950—

-5s

2.50%

85

nig**® & Lake Ohamplain
4Hs 1947
MS
Ogdensburg
^
Ohiolnd

97 H
97 H

8

3.00
108
101
98

wSS? K 3 3~10' 1953

niS? g!uar * 481948

103.

97
b

w!r!hP«al 6sg gu 1938..A&O
uiSM

59

102 H
72H
82 H

Q-J

t !mp 2" 2047 ser B—J&J
RfJ J MP to 2047 ser O—J&J
1??fi»2047,er D
J&J

Pitts Young &

54

g®J J mp 4H» 2047 ser A.J&J

Norwich 5s 1977
& Worcester—

To

103 H

P.i.m?nrefgngU 48 *®1 <>Pt-.i&J

ft25fc£oa"6*£°—9e« M,«c Bonds
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—
F&A I /

P«iSis5?R8i/ 6V*? 1948

fS JFS? E,xpre88—See Sou Pac—

8H

£* 12£k 1,6 " 1938 1938. _ F&A
48
2d ext 5s gold
J&J

97H

PartSKftE Sh1,"® 4Hb 1938-A&O
111

101105H

90

^ I**- 1955 J&J

5*9 1988 M&S

T(S
red

frn
to

135

(forel«n series)
J&D

io°<?«
195ft

54

PaSt?*?*^011 5s 1950-"J&D

60

F&A

100H

5r?.?gW8 1937....M&S
F& a

100..
103 H
103 H
103 H
100

r^y7aLs.ecured 4s 1963

GU tr ctfs g 48 1952

103

M&xn

n» tr ctfs
Gu
g 3Hs 1941

oX S £trB g ih I942;;:;J&D
3H' 5s 1939..A&O
1944 --JAO
con

"Po^tvtvrf
Pa&NYCanal

mt.ge 4>b 1939

101

100

MW, 1939
Detroit RR— .A&O

97 H

iff f T6tA\i* 1977 ser A_-A&O

103 H

Con M 4s gold 1943
do
4s gold 1948

do

4s gold 1948

110
110 H

do„ 4HS gold 1960

F&A

..J&D

J&D

oSmi- *ftJ981 ser 1984.-J&J
D-—A&O
4Hsaer B
f inl? 1 1936
19,64v-—
4Hs 1970

pEq|r 4s sfies E 4s 1940..A&O
1936-1949.J&J
& East

106H
98

cons

cons

inc 4s 1990

Union

Anr 1

Ry—P

114H
104 H

2.00
2.25
2.25
3.00
68

:i6

.

2d 5s 1918 ext to 1938

;

71
8

110H

b Basis.

111

118

120
112H
109 H

111H
109

Pacific RR Cal—
1st con g 5s gu 1937
1st ref g 4s 1955 op 1910

Southern

77
35

34

63

106
87 H

81

*/59H

60H

57

/

61

35 H

37

17

67
67
67

74
74

Louis Southwestern—
1st g 4s 1989

78

80
61
58
47
3.25

M&N
J&J

16 H
13

13.

15

,

'

58
47

79H
84 H
76H
76 H
76 H

85

b

3.00

11
2.25%
2.50%

3.25
'

97 H

106H
97 H

87 H
67
69
5.20
5.20
5.20
47

M&S
.

98 H

108
98

95H

97H
80

77

48"
78
103

/

Stephenville Nor & Sou Texas—
!
1st mtge guar g 5s 1940—J&J
Suffolk & Car con 5s 1952—-J&J
Sullivan Co RR 6s 1944
A&O
Sun & Lewis 1st g 4s 1936
J&J
Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—
2d mtge inc 6s 1938 coup.M&N
Susquehanna Bloomsburg &
Berwick RR 5s 1952
A&O

15H

1st g 5s 1953
A&O
Tampa North 1st 5s '36 op.J&J
Tennessee Central R> —
1st m 6s 1947 sur A
A&O
Term RR Assn (St Louis)—
1st gold 4H» 1939
A&O
1st consol gold 5s 1944—F&A
Gen ref s f g 4s '53 op *10--J&J
Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942-M&S
Texarkana & Ft Smith—
1st m 5H« 1950 guar
-F&A
Texas City Term 6s 1941.J&J26
Texas & N O con 5s 1943—J&J,
Texas & Pacific Ry—

rf&D
B—A&O

M&N
(yr)—.A&O
(yr).—F&A
Equipment trust 4s
Eq tr 5s 1936-1939
Eq tr 4Hs 1936-42
Eq tr 4H« 1936-43

Tex Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—
1st M g 5Hs 1964.
M&S

50 %
81

17"

97
44

12h
111

45

16
114

100h
108

105

.

5s 2000

88H
51H
67 H
69 H
4.25%
4.25%
4.25%

78

1939-J&J

lien &

3.50yo
3.75%

78%
76H
77
1.75%
1.60%

2.65

6s 1938

ref 5s 1977 ser

mmmm

80 H

*

Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser O—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D
J&D

....

106;

6

9

60

62

71

73

110h

111

115
104 m
107

105""

82 h
70
99

114h
93

91h

%lM

mmmm

73
99 hf
116
93 h
92 %
92*

2.50%

3.60
3.50
3.50

2.50%

104h

105h

2.50%
2.50%

Toledo Canada Southern & Det—

J&J

1st 4s 1956
Toledo & Ohio Central—

100

....

Ref & imp M 3 Ha ser A '60 J&D
Toledo Peoria & Western RR—

97 h

98h

J&J

100h

101h

A&O
M&N

M

107 h

lstm. 6s 1952

103H

J&D
Mortgage 4s Dec 1 1996—J&D,

Toledo St Louis & Western—

100

/

29 H

1st gold 4s Apr 1 1950
Tol Terra 1st 4Hs '57 gu

F&A /

14 H

15H

108 H

109
103
103 H

91%

Tol Walhouding Valley & Ohio—

St Paul East Gr Tr 4H» "47— J&J
3t Paul & Kansas Oity Short Line:

1st g gu 4s

Manitoba—

5s ext fir July 1 '33 to July 1 '43Montana ext 1st 4s 1937. J&D
Pacific Ext 1st 4« £ 1940—J&J

n

67

2.25
2.20
2.65

b

,SpoK Internat 1st g 5s 1955-J&J
Staten Til Ry 4Hs 1943-.... J&D

1st gold

115H

80

b

b

13

74

58

St Paul & Duluth—
1st consol g 4s 1968-

* Last sale.

;

14

_

;

103 H

55

Tampa & Gulf CoaslH—

60

57
67
22

26"

105 M

QA.-3Q vOct'36 — (»-a)A&0
1998
J&J

Spokane Falls & Nor 6s

w

77

/

M&S
1st Mem Dlv g 5s 1996—J&J
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951 _J&J
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38.M&S
Spartanburg Uo Gol 4s '95 _J&J
95

n

100

Aiken Branch 4s

107

30

102H
114H

J&J

Equipment trust 5H«
Eq tr 5s 1936-39 (s-a)

E Tenn reorg lien

i.
mm+m

J&J

113

14 H
17

Minn &

r

..T&.l

104
112

16H

3t Haul

/

Develop & gen M g 4s '56- A&O
Develop & gen 6s 1956.—A&O
Develop & gen 6Hs 1956-A&O

En tr 4 Hs

■

.

Railway—

5s 1994

4H
45

103
85

M&N

Stamped (Fed tax) 1955

'

105

M&N

4s 1951

1st consol gold

14

/This price Includes accrued Interest.




2.50%

90

A-J&J

1st guar 4 Ha 1941-

Gen M 4Hs 1977 ser O.
J&J
Ge» 4 Ha series D 1981—J&D

3H
44

Southern

105H

33

Eq tr 5 Hs 1936-1939 (s-a) M&S b 4.00
Equipment trust 5s......—. b 4.50
Equip tr 4Hs 1936*1945...J&J b 4.50

102H

18

3H

(Golden Gate
Ferries) 1st 5Hs 1949
A&O

2 50%

15

63

3%

/

f
f

Southern Pacific

106

81

2d g inc 4s Nov 19891st term & unlf 5s 1952—J&J
Gen & ref 5s ser A 1990
J&J

107
106

44h

4s 1951--F&A
'So Pacific Branch L 1st 6s '37A&0
Southern Hactfic Co—
Coll tr 4s (O P) Aug 1 '49 J&D
1st
4H"
(Oregon Lines)
Series A 1977
M&J
40-year 4Hs 1968
M&S
50-year 4Hs 1981
M&N
4H* 1969 with war
M&N
Equip 5s 1936-1939 (yr)—M&N
Equip tr 5s 1935-38 (yr)_.J&D
Eq tr 4Hs 1936-40 (yr).—J&D
Eq tr 4Hs *36-'41 (yr)
J&D
Pacific Fruit Express

94 %

Eq tr 5s lOSe-Wyear)—M&S
Eq 4Hs 1936 *41 BB (yr).F&A
Equipment trust 4s_
St

46
46

44 h

Eq 5s '36-*39C (yr).—M&S
b
Eq 5s '36 '41 D (yr)
A&O

Oertlflcates of deposit..
Prior Uen 5s 1950 series B-.J&Ji/
Oertlflcates of deposit
/
Cons in 4Hs 1978.ser A-M&S.jT
Oertlflcates of deposit stmp.

Prior lien 4s 1950 series

2%

88

3.75!
105
103

N

1st M g

108

30

Certificates of deposit

107
98H
1.25%

96

*38""

85"
25

87

iff I ? W7 1.956 Ser A._J&J
S ? 4b 1980 ser O
1st 4Hs July 1966 ser B..J&J
M&8
ext to

22'

28H

St L Peo & N W 5s 1948 —J&J
St LouhnSan Francisco Ry—

101

;

108
59

Equipment trust 4H»—1-.

Riv & Gulf Dlv 4s 1933-M&M

9*4

46
46 :

South Indiana 1st g

55

1944.M&S'
St Joseph & Grand Island—
1st gold 4s 1947
J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1996. -J&J
2d gold 6s 1996
A&O

1.25%.

7H

lit g 5Hs 1974 series A...F&A
Peoria Ry Ter 4s *37 gu op...J&J
Pere Marquette Ry—

PerJdomen 1st 6s *18

96

22

3t Clair Mad & St Louis Belt—
Alton Bridge 1st g 4s '51—J&J

1.25

,

f

109

62

St Johns & L Cham 5s

104H

100 H

>

108 H

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—

104„

F&A
M&N
A&O

Kq tr 5s 1936-38 (yrl.irilM&s b
Gen eouip 5s 1936-39
(yr) A&O b
Kq tr 4Ht 1936 39 ^vr) v A&O b

2d

111H
118H
108 H

sterling

n
Gen g 4Hs 1965
Genjg 5s Dec 1 1968

reor

1107111

111H
117H
108 H
113H
104

M&N

stamped dollar. .M&N

Gab

104H

106 H

M&N

101

'

J&J
J&J

8
9

8H
5H

{South & North Alabama—
Con guar g 5s 1936
F&A
Gen cons gu g 5s 1963.-A&O
77 H
,So Pac Coast 1st g 4s 1937--J&J
80
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Co—

st guar 4Hs 1934
M&S */ 14
Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—
'
79
1st m 4Hs 1957.
...J&J

Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
Rutland con 4Hs 1941

8H

9X

m

5

Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947.. J&*

irA

20

r\4"r

Atlanta-Birmingham Dlv—
1st g 4s May 1 1933
M&S ♦/ 16H

Florida Ry—
40
1st gu 6s 1935 series A..-F&A
Certificates of deposit
1st gu 6s 1935 ser B
F&A
Certificates of deDosit—„
Seaboard & Roanoke 5s 1931-J&J
60
Shamokin Sunbury & Lewlsb'g—
2d 6s gold July 1 1925 ext at
5% to July 1 1945-J&J
Sharon Ry 1st ext 5Hs 1937-J&J
Snrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55 gu-_F&A
74 H Sioux Oity & Pac 3Hs 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

52 H
80
'

17
16 H

Seab-All

94H

1956.—M&S
1947.-A&O
Raleigh & Augusta Air Line—
1st 5s 1931
-J&J
Ral & Cape Fear 1st 5s 1943M&8

16

m

Eq tr 4Hs Janl5'36-40(s-a) J&D

„,

Penn Ohio &

Pennsylvanfa RR^58 B 1981

3
3
15

101X
Raleigh & S'western 4s 1936.-J&J
105
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939..J&J
Reading Company—
94
Jer Cent g 4s *51 op '06—A&O
82
105 H
Gen & ref 4Hs 1997 ser A.J&J
76
105 H
Gen & ref 4Hs 1997 ser B-J&J
110H
b 3.00
Eq 4 Ha 1936-'45 (»-a) ..M&N
b 3.00
Equipment trust 5s
Philadelphia & Reading RR—
107
Imp M ext g 4s 1947—A&O
104H
102 H
Cons ext gold 4s 1937—M&S
111
Term 5s g gu May 1 '41.Q-F
Rensselaer &
Saratoga—
111
6% g bds May 1 1941 ..M&N
Rich Fredericksb & Potomac—
98 H
106 H
Cons mtge 4H» 1940
A&O
96
Richmond & Mecklenburg—
34
1st g 4s Nov 1 1948
M&N
105
Rich & Peters 4Hs 1940
A&O
139 H
106 H
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952—J&J
Richmond-Washington Co—
56
Co 11 tr g gu 4s 1943 opt—J&D
105H
Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939—J&D'
90 H
75H Rio Gr So 1st
g 4s 1940
J&J # 1
1st g 4s guar 1940
J&J fk 1
101
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
J&J / 75
1st coll tr 4s 1949 op
A&O / 33
101*
Rock Island Ark & Louisiana—
'

99.

A&u

114

105

Wore 1st 4s

/

stamped..

5% secured notes 1931—F&A
Equip tr 6s (s-a) 1936-37.F&A
Eq tr 5Hs 1936 (s-a)
A&O
Eq tr 5s 1936-1940 (s-a)—J&J

106 H

107

Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu

.A&O l

AdJ mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt
A&O
Certificates of deposit
1st & cons 6s 1945 ser A..M&S
Certificates of deposit

113li

87

Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941 J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N

-

20
26

16

A&O

deposit

Stamped

116 H

99

1937—J&D

113
112

.

Ctfs of dep

.107 X

J&J
Portland RR.
See P U bonds.
Portland & Rumford Falls—
5s 1951
M&N
Port Reading 1st gu 6s 1941—J&J
Portsmouth Great Falls &

114
105 JH

112

M&8

4s 1989 M&N
Ry Co—

1st gold 4s 1950
Certificates of

75
74

Guar 5s 1961

Prov &

Seaboard Air Line

112H

D1977——J&D

Conway RR 4H»

112 %

112H

89 h

105

1950--A&O

1st g 5s 1942
Scioto Val & N E 1st

107

& Dock—
series A——F&A
1st M 6s 1953 series B...F&A
Portl (Me) Term gu 4s 1961.J&J

88 H

112H

& Phoenix—

116

115

1st 6s 1953

3an Fran Term 1st 4s
Santa Fe Prescott

.

62

r

1st 4H« series

1st g

104

107 X

Port Arthur Canal

Pass—
1943——— J&J
Joaquin Val—
5s Oct 1 1940
A&O

1st guar g 4s
San Fran & San

29

72
83

117H
U9H

Nav-"^

Ashtabula—

117H

J&J

1st & ref 5s 1972—
3an Antonio & Aransas

_

1st gen 4s series A 1948... J&D
1st M 5s 1962 series B
F&A
1st gen 5s 1974 series O i+mm J&D

Depot—

St Paul Union

100h

As*.

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

45 H
35H

k 107 H

vl&KM aJt4H % to Mar 1'50

N Y Phil & Norf—1st g 4s '39 J&J
Income 4s Jan 1 1939
M&N
Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948... J&D
v

Bid.

Bonds
Phila & Chester Val

45 H
34 H

MAS

N Y Pennsylvania 8c OhioPrior iIer»4Hs 1935
M&S

S

Interest" except where marked f.hn month mwwUnff the date of issue.
/•lrt-lnor Hut of "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

As*.

New York Ontario & Western—

w

75

BATLBOAD BONDS

Dec., 1935]

Nominal.

102 %
99

1942 ser C

M&S

108 h

«...

Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo—
1st gold 4s June 1 1946
Consol m 4 Hs 1966 ser A

* Negotiability impaired by maturity.

J&D
F&A

8Z*
85

100h
87

76

NOTICE.—AH bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "fM and income and defaulted bonds.
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Bonds and

Bid.

Stocks.

Union Depot (Columbus,

Ohio)
J&J

103

ist ry & land gr 4o g 1947.-J&J

«n«» «•

111

1st A ref 4s June 2008
M&S
1st A ret 5s June 2 2008. -M&S

1042*
115%
1052*

105%
1152*
1052*
102 %
1%

40-year 4%b 1967
J&J
40-year 4s 1968J&D
1012*
Bq tr 4Mb *36-'38 (yr)
M&N b 2 00
Eq 4Mb Sept 15 '36 '39-M&S15 b 2.00
Eq tr os 1936 '37 (yr)
MAR b 2.00
Union RR (Penn) 1st 5s '46-M&S
112
Deb 6s 1946
130
—M&S
Union Terminal Oo (Dallas)—

1%
1%

106%

107

119
110%

122

1st g 6s 1942 opt 1922
*&0
United N J RR & Canal Oo—

1st 4Mb Sept. 11979

-M&S

General gold 4s

1944——MetH
1st 4s Sept 11948
M&S
1st 4Mb Feb 1 1973
_F&A
Gen lit g 3Hs Mar l '61.M&N
Utica Clin & Bing 5s 1939—J&J
Vaudalla RR—

Ceng 4s 1955 series A
Series B 1967
Vera Orus A Pacific RR—

1112*
113M

111
119

104%

l66"~

97

F&A
M&N

107^

....

1st guaranteed 4Mb—
July 1914 coupon—J&J1934
July 1914 coupon off—.J&J
Cash war&sclptrcpt No.5on
Vermont Vail 1st 4 Mb 1940-- A&O
1st Msf 6s 1958

Debenture

s

M&S

f 7s 1948

"

M&8

"32*

V

103
51

n*
94
no

1952'——M&S

Virginia Mid

>97"

1002i

100
77

78"

1st M gold 5s 1962 opt—M&N
1st in 4Mb 1962 ser B—M&N

1112*
1032*
Eq tr 4Mb 1936-1940(yr)-J&J b 2.50
Eq tr 6s 1936-1938 (yr)—M&N b 2.50
Wabash Railroad Co—
M&N

652*
27%

tr 4>%» 1936 42 (yr)
A&O
Det & Chic ext 1st g 5s '41.J&J
Des M Dlv lst g 4s 1939-J&J

97
96

91

95
102

84

70
85

57

61%

67M

Wabash Railway Co¬

B—F&A /

Certificates of deposit....
Warren 1st refg 3 Mb 2000— F&A k
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948— aMar

ser

Penna 5s

27M

28%

26
27

IIII

79

91

95

87%

101%
79%
76
88

95%

104%
b
b

1937—/&J

4.00
4.00

104%
106%

M&S f

/

34)*
34

Equipment trust 5s.
b 6.75
Eq tr 5Ms 1935-'38 (yr)...J&D 6 6.75
.

—

Western Pocohontas 4 Mb 1945..
Western Ry of Ala 4 Mb '58 —A&O
Wheeling

89

M&N

Wilkes-Barre & Eastern
1st guar* 5s 1942
J&D
Wilkes-Barre & Scranton Ry—
1st 4Mb May 1 1938
Willamette Val Southern Ry—

85"
77

882*
952*

—F&A /

J&D
F&A

Wilmington & Nor 4Mb '77.-J&D
Gen 5s Aug 1 1982
F&A

iolf*
108

34%
34%

5.75%
5.75%

89

103%
45

103

1042*
107

12

....

48
'J-——

15%

106%

/
Sup A Dul DIv 4s 1936...M&N /
Certificates of deposit.
Wore & Conn E 4Mb 1943.._J&J
f
t f g 5s 1936—J&J
f
RAILROAD 8TOCK8.
Par
Ala Great Southern com
50

108

!3%
12%

182*
62*
6%

10%

33

35"

27

28%

41%

43

61

65

68

72
189

36

81

82

M

2

116

117

7%

Unstamped—
1st pref 5% class A......100
1st pref 8% class B
100
1st pref 7% class O
100
1st pref 10% class D—
100
1st pref 4H% class E
100
7% Prior pref..
100

1st pref 4 J* % class E

13

2§|I

24"

5%
6%

184

7

5

T*

7M

100
135

Common stamped 5%

57

112*

25

Oaro Ollnchfleld & O com

145
33

30
54

.....100

Canada Southern

86

4%.100
100

90
92

90
52

pref (guar) .50
2d pref (guar P&R)
60
Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W)
30

Oatawlssa RR—1st

54
54
38
53

62
34

_

Central of New Jersey—

100
Chesapeake Corp.
—(t)
Chesapeake A Ohio common—25

l°oH

.

60)*
52%

-100

Chic & East Illinois common. 100

6% preferred...
.....100
Chicago Great West com
100
4% preferred
100

—

(t)

100

5% non-cum preferred
Chicago & North Western

100

7% non-cum preferred——.100
Chic R I & Pacific common
100
100

7% preferred
6% preferred

5%

22*

4% non-cum preferred.....100
Chic Milw at t a PacificCommon

II

1

100

Chic Ind & Louisv common

>

100

•:

~4%

12*
3%
3M
7%
1%
3%
3M

I1/

O'nc New Orl & Texas Pacific. 100

215

Preferred
100
Cincinnati Sandusky & Cleveland

110

6% non-cum preferred...—.50
Oin Union Term 6% pref
100
Oleve Cine Chicago & St L—100

110

3

3%
8%
2

32
3

65

...

235
III

111

350

82"

86

83
48

5% non-com preferred
100
Oleve & Pitts (guar Pa RR)7 % 60
guar 4%
50
Betterm't stk (guar Pa RR) 60

86
50

20"

19

17

18

10 M

12 M

Columbus & JLema
Connecticut &

50

100

100

guar*....

107

Cripple Creek Central.......100
Preferred—
100

Delaware & Bound Br (guar). 100

111

3%

^

4)*

45

Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref..100
Dayton & Mich com (guar)
50
Preferred (guarCH& D)_. 50

4f*
98

4!*
100
205

198

Delaware & Hudson Co......100

36 M

362

Delaware Lack & Western...

50
911

if

16

R_lo

Gr Wert 6 %"pref 100
Denver & Salt Lake
(t)
Detroit Hills & S W (guar)...100
Detroit & Mackinac Ry. .....100
Denv &

5% non-cum pref
Duluth South Snore & Atl

47

4Vj

4%

54"

59"

4%

5%

5%

—.100

"~2*

10f

A——100
100

Pacific corn

5% conv preferred——100
Mobile & Birmingham—

1%
5

15

60M
Id

IL
2M
32*
40

46

Mobile & Ohio—wee Southern Ry
Morris & Essex (guar)----.— 50
Nashv Ohatt & St Louis—--.100

62

64

23

24%

N)—

Nashv & Decatur (gu L &

Stamped—

——

Unstamped
National Rys of Mexico—
1st 4% non-cum pref—-—100
2d 5% non-cum preferred—100
New London Northern——100
New Orl Texas & Mexico—100

—(t)
N Y Chic & St Louis com
100
6% preferred series A...—100

New York Central RR

60

N Y & Harlem com <*u)-

preferred——50
West (guar)
100

10% non-cum
N Y Lack &

100

N Y New Haven & Hartf

7% conv preferred
100
N Y Ontario & Western.——100
Norfolk Southern
——100
Western Ry
100
Adjust 4% non-cum pref—100
No Carolina (guar So RR). -100
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR)- 50
Norfolk &

North'n N H

(guar B & M)—100

Northern Pacific Ry
—..100
North RR of N J (guar Erie). 100
Northern Securities Oo stubs....
North Pennsvlv (en P & R)— SO
Norwich & Worcester pref
100

Ogden Mine RR (gu On N J). 100
Old Colony (gu NYNH&H)-100
Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 50
Passaic & Del Ext
——.100
Paterson & Hudson River.—. 50
Pennsylvania RR....———. 50
Pennroad Corp v t c.———
1
Peoria & Bureau Val (guar).. 100
Peoria & Eastern
100
Pere Marquette Ry com...—100
5% preferred
.......100
5% prior preferre
1OO
Phila Germ A Norris (guar)._ 60
Phlia & Trenton (gu Pa RR)_100
Piedmont & Northern
(t)
Pittsburgh Bess A Lake Erie
50

2*
124

10M
27%
13%
32%
126
125

92

4%
82*
52*

12*
200

106

145

155

95

98

105

108

222*
54

102

75

80

66
47

70

66

55

74
30

.32*
106

3

li*

40

9

9%

32*
53%
53%

Rf)

148
250
47
36
74

Pitts Oin OhlV&'st Louis—II100
Pitts Ft W & Chic com (gu) .100

103
158

164

7% conv pref (guar Pa RR). 100
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie.—50
Plttsb & West Virginia
100
Pittsb Youngs town & Ashtabula—
7% non-cum preferred.....100

176

180

Prov A Worcester (guar).....100
Railroad Securities Oo—

\4% 111 Cent stk ctf 1952—1000
Reading Company
60
4% non-cum 1st pref— .—50
4% non-cum 2d pref
50
Rensselaer A Saratoga (guar) .100
Rich Fred & Potom—Com—.100
Dividend obligations..
100
—-

6% guaranteed..
7% guaranteed

——100
100

Rocn & Genesee Val RR
.100
Rome & Clint (gu D A H)..100

Rutland 7% preferred—..—100
St Louis

Bridge ist pref.....100

2nd preferred
St Louis-San Francisco Ry

6%

non-cum

4-2%

100

preferred.....100

Seaboard Air Line
non-cum

Sharon

100

t

common

70%
22

155
69

12%
37%
402*
36 M

.....

...

Southern Ry common.
Onio stk

tr

55"
38

If
164
72

12H
39

422*
37

104

80

90

90

135
165
85

75
52*
146
72

1M
22*

80
6

149

75 *

1H
13

2

60

49

24

T"

i*

100
....

ctfs

.

24

100

142*

100

Southern Pacific Oo

vlob &

154

101
80

100

preferred

....

5% non-cum preferred

31%

30%
32*
112
32

21M

14M

78

31

105m

36^

50
70
65

47
49

100

77
169

58

50

99

100

r

23%

40

5% non-cum preferred
Saratoga A Schenectady (gu)

74

4%
82*
62*

199

12%
16M
10%

164

322*
128
140
94

105

1(H)

72

i

—-10

St Louis Southwestern

73

53s

3%

74

68
67

19
32

24%
142*
19%
332*

70

76

.100

Southwestern of Ga (guar)... 100
Tennessee Central
if)
Texas A Pacific.
100
.

Troy A Gr'bush (gu N Y O)—

3

222*

4

23

57
146

149"

1052*

106

10 M

11

19)*
32M

192*

50
Tunnel RR of St Louis
100
(Jnlon Pacific—Common.....100
4% non-cum preferred..
100
Onlted N J UK A Canal (gu).100

it*

Otica Chen & Susq Val (gu).100
Utica Clinton & Binghamton.100

250
87
23

254
90
26

Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
Vermont & Mats (guar)

95

100

122M

30 M

29%

100

....

"1%

54

Stk tr ctfli—See RR Securs Oo
Internet Rys (Cent Am) com. (t)
Com vot trust ctfli
(f)

3H

h

17%
153

80

85

105
9J*

50
50
50
50

110

i?8
•

76

9;

78

9)*

30

105"

100
48

100
.100

Vicksb Shrevflp & Par com...100

145

100

Little Miami original guar...
Spec guar betterment stk..

7% preferred series
Missouri

60*™"
550
55

85

54

16

5% non-cum preferred.....100

—

ctfs——.—100

/

Alt.

18*

75
900

78

Hudson & Manhattan—....100

Preferred

4% 1 eased line

Mississippi Central
100
Mo-Kan-Tex RR com—....—t

51
6

112*

(guar Pa RR)... 50

Lshlgh Valley

Minneapolis & St Louis-.-—-100
Minneapolis St P Ar s S M—100
7% non-cum preferred..—100

520

70

4% non-cum 1st preferred—100
4% non-cum 2d preferred..100
Erie & Kalamazoo (guar)
50

Lickawanna BR of N J..

50

59%

50

East Penna (guar P & R)..—. 50
Eimira & W'msnort (guar)— 60
Preferred (guar Nor Cent). 50
Brie—Common.
———.100

5% preferred
—100
Joliet & Chic "guar O & A)
100
Kal Allegan & Gr Rap (gu).—100
K O St L & Chic—Pref (gu)._100
Kansas City Southern
—100
4% non-cum preferred—...100

60
50

.....

Preferred

Mlnehill & Schuyl Hav (gu)..

Bid.

75^

6% non-cum preferred..—.100

Ft Wayne & Jack pref (guar) .100
Georgia RR & Bank Oo (gu)._100
Great Northern Ry—
Iron Ore prop trust ctfs
(f)
6% non-cum pieferred
100
Green Bay & Western
100
Gulf Mobile & North com
100
6% preferred
...—...100

Michigan Central——
Midland Valley com

.

Passumpsic—
—

100
100

PfAfpfFAH

47

100

Colorado & Southern-

100

,

Massawippi Valley

Montgomery & Erie

1*0*

^4.—100

Preferred,:

Par

4% non-cum preferred-.—100

6M

Stamped—
I
1st pref 5% class A......100
1st pref 8% classB—100
1st pref 7 % class O
100

50

LttSchuylNavRR&Ooal(ga) 50

48

52

Louis & Mo Riv pref (guar)—100

105

115

5% non-cum preferred
Virginian UaUway com

100

Wabash Railway.

100

5%

non-cum

.

pref A

100

...100

5%

non-cum conv pref B
100
Warren N J (guar D L A W)... 60

87

61
68
82

22*
5

32*

87 M

64"
72
85

2%
5%

3%

West Jersey & Seashore (guar) .50

48
63

66

Western Maryland Ry com—10'»
1st preferred
100

9
68

73

172*
22*
>52*

182*
2%
52*

30

35

44

50

4%

2d pref

100
Western Pacific RR Corp....100
6% non-cum preferred
100
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry
100
6% non-cum preferred
100
non-cum

51

9M
I

3

122*

13%
13%
13%
33M

b Basis,
/This price Includes accrued interest,
k Last sale.
*
dollars per $10 0 face amount
Negotiability imuaired by maturity.




45

116

33

100
Non-cumul 6% pref set A—100
Leased lines (guar)
100

50

Vicksburg.gu

442*

Illinois Central

93,

100
Albany & Surquehanna (guar) 100
Alleghany Corp—
Common
(+)
bM% pref (with $30 warr)__100
6)4 % pref (without warr).. 100
5 M % pref (with $40 warr)— 100
2M% prior conv pref.
(f)

Preferred

22

50

Hartford & Conn Western

107

103

108
See Can North
Winston-Salem Southbound—
gold truar 4s I960
J&J
104%
Winston-Salem Term 5s '66.A&0
112
Wisconsin Central Ry—
1st gen g 4s 1949
J&J /
12%
Certificates of deposit.
f
10
1st & ref 4s 1959A&O

Alabama &

Central

162*
22%

114

Boston & Alb (guar NYC)— 100
Boston & Maine com........100

Erie & Pitts

Winnipeg Term.

Yssemfte Va)

16

4% non-cum pref.........100
Bangor Aroostook com
50
7% preferred—.
—.100
Beech Creek (guar N Y O)
60
Belgian Nat Rys Oo
American shares partic pref.
Bellefonte

50

DAIawafa

105

Wilmington A Newborn—
1st gold 4s 1947—

45

83

Oonsol RRs of Cuba 6% pref. 100

100

Lake Erie RR—
Ref mtge 4s ser D 1966—M&S
103%
1st consul gold 4s 1949
M&S
106%
Wheeling Term 4s 1940
F&A
105%
White & Black River Valley—
1st 5s 1980
J&J f
10
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—

6s 1939
Wlllmar & Sioux Falls—
1st guar g 5s 1938

31%

Augusta & Savannah <miar)—100
Bait & Cumberland 7% gu
50
Baltimore & Ohio com.
100

Preferred

a

m}*t g gu 4 i*t 1941 opt

33

4% 1st non-cum preferred—100
4% 2d non-cum preferred—100

102

Gen mtge gold 4s 1943—A&O
Western Pacific RR Corp—
1st M 5s 1946 series A
Assented 5s 1946

57%

107

A—J&J

Equipment trust 4 M»
Equipment trust 5s
a

272*

1052*

Washington & Vandemere—
1st 4Mb 1947
F&A
West Jersey & Sea Shore—
Oonsol gold 4s 1936
J&J
Oom3^, gseries B 1936-.J&J
West Shore 1st 4t 2361
J&J
Registered
J&J
West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
1st gsf4e 1990—
A&O
West Fruit Exp—See Gt Nor—
Western Maryland 4s1952.-A&O

t

29

•»

26

56

j&J

Wash Term Co—3)4 • 1945—F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar
F&A

West Js

27%
'

g guar

19§4

155

30
32

.

J

4Mb 1978ser O-I&O /
Certificates of deposit......
Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D..A&O /
gen

1st & ref 5Mb 1977

29%
27%

95

Toledo & Chic 4s g 1941..M&S
Omaha Dir 1st 3 Mb g *41-A&O

op

♦

93"

Eq

3>gs Jan 1964

982*
842*

92

,

Certificates of deposit...

80

148

Chicago Burl & Qulncy

f

Equipment trust 5 Mb
Equlptment trust 5s

Ry 1st

1.50%

82%

5Ks 1976 A...M&S /
Certificates of deposit

Washington Co

1112*
104

1.50%

97

gen

tter & gen 6i 19/0 ser

532*
87%

(guar)....100

Canadian Pacific

Virginian Railway—

Ref &

53 M

Louisville & Nashville
100
Mahoning Coal RR
50
Pref (guar L 8 & M S)—-- 60
Maine Central—...........100

—

100

gen 5s 1936— M&N
Va & Southwest 5s 2003
J&J
1st cons g 5s 1968
A&O

F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939-J&J
1st lien term gold 4s 1954. J&J

Stocks.

96

SiH
76

Preferred stamped
Bost & Prov (guar Old Col)—.100
Camden & Burl Oo (guar)
25

100

1st gold 5s 1939
2d gold 6s 1M39

Ask.

92

Atlanta & West Point
100
Atlantic Coast L Co of Conn—50
Atlantic Coast L RR com
100

itian & Char Air L

1st pref 10% class

~

Va Air Line 1st 5s

Bid.

Par.

Allegheny & West (6% guar).100
Atchinson Topeka & Santa FelOO
5% non-cum pref
100
Atlanta Birm & Coast pref—100

.

Vicksburg Bdge & Term Oo—

Vcksbur

Stocks.

Ask.

_

Gen 4Mb 1046
Union Pacific¬

Ref &

BONDS

RAILROAD
'

n

Nominal.

x

Ex-dividend.

t No par value.

t Quotations represent

Investing Companies Stocks and Bonds
MMM-.
NOTICE.—*All bond prices art "and

Interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Stocks and Bonds.Par.

Bid.

Bid.

Ask.
share.

:

Ills

Administered Fund 2d Inc...it)

15.84
1.91

Affiliated Fund com............

234
22

_

(Can)—

Deb 434« with com she
..1968
Alliance Investment com.
(f)
6s A with warr 1949.......JsJ

Gen'l Realty A Utlitles com

1
$0 pref fwith warrants)....ft)

95

S3 convertible preferred ——(t)
Amer Bankstocks Oorp ......if)

1.05

American British & Oontlnental—

{Common .
6

preferred..

.........

>eb g 6s 1963
Amer Business Shares
Amer.

54
3034

tt)

...(f)

Capital Oorp A .......10c
34

.......

.

Cell tr s f 6s 1968 ser A

12
4
9

101

JAJ

37 34

3934

ser B

6'
Amer General Equities Ins......
amer A Gen Sec com class
A,(t)
$3 preferred
( )
Amerex Holding Corp........(■ )
Amer Insuranstocks Oorp
(fi
Am 9 r Investors Inc common....!

13 34
4

t)

29 34

Associated Stand. Oil Shs
Atlantic A Pac Int com w w..(t)
Preferred w w-_..
.fin

45"

6%

.......

Atlantic Secur 434s A 1953.AAO

r

13"

ft)

7% preferred

~4%
5

18

......10

*60c

...

Bullock Fund Ltd....—....(1)
Canad Pow A Pap Invest Ltd—
Deb Ssseries A1958
F&A
Canadian investment Fund Ltd..

17

4.05

47

!.—JAD

10434

Carey Trust
Oorp class A

88

Cent Nat

*5

Class B

Century Shares-Trust
(t)
Chicago Corporation..
Convertible preferred
#
Commercial National Oorp
Commonwealth Securities pf-.100

55

58

4*
in

Continental Secur Oorp com..(t)
5% preferred
.........100
Dabenture 6s May 1
194i

—

%

634

% Dividend Shares...............
Domestic A Foreign Investors—

Deb 534s 1947—.....

1.55

99%

conv

pref with

u2M

Five Year Fixed Trust shares.
Fixed Trust Shares series A
(t)
...

Series B
,

*

Ijfj

....

6

361
3.65
1

2334
48.00
5034
4.71
10 83
9.03

Foreign Power Secur Corp—
1st coll tr conv 6s A1949--JAD

k Last sale*




102
101
1.06

86.63

834

86

"%

>7%

———

4.14

4.24

1.67

H

34

334
100

mm

97

MAN

preferred

8

1.55

88

olH

80%

(t)

North American Bond Trust Ctfs.
North Am Invest Corp—
5s
1947
—MAS
North American Trust shares—

84K

102

....

Preferred.

3.04

40

_

3%

2

Common..
.(t)
Debenture 4Mb Feb 1 1947-.-';
Debenture 4 Ha Dec 15 1952—.
Old Colony Trust Assoc

-

8
4

85%
8SM

....

Securities Co
ft)
Deb 5s Nov 1 1947—MAN
Deb 5s April 1 1948
.AAO

overseas

51.70

51%

Pacific Investing Oorp—
Deb 5s 1948 without warr ..JAJ
Pacific Southern Invest pref—(t)
Class A

73

Nominal,

3.04
45
V'v

.......

Class B
Phoenix See Corn
$3 conv pref clai

x

(t
—ft)

Plymouth Fund Inc.........10c

Ex-dividend.

B.—...........(f)

<

Class D

.....

—.

Supervised Shares-..—....
..1
(t)

Third National Investors.

Tri-Oontlnental Oorp
6°£ cum pref
Warrants..

6

;

90
90

3.65
2.55
3.86
2 88
7.14
7.16
1.55
28

(t)

94 y2

5s conv deb 1953
JAJ
Trusteed Amer Bank Shares B...
Trusteed Industry Shares ......
Trustee N Y Bank shares..
Trustee Stand Invest ser G—....
OlassD-——————Trustee Standard Oil shares A...

117
1.03
1.33
1.55

Series B..

2

—

Trust Fund Shares.*.....—....
Union Amer Invest Oorp—
J

(t)

Common.

5s ser A 1948
United Founders common

J&D
.

.

$3 preferred
—...——
it)
Deb g 5s 1948.......—.MAN
ctf A...

U S Elec Light A Pow tr

Trust ctfs

ser

B

....

2.66
2.61
6.34
5.38
4.15

25H
101H

...1

United Gold Equities (Can)—
Standard shares
—1

3
10

434
8834
8834
13%

m
46

..............

55""
v:;

43

Class BB
Class O————————

United N Y Bank Shares 03—

100

81c
85.09
2H

Oorp----(t)

Unioed N Y Trust Shares ser F—
USA British Internal class A.(t)

2.34

19^3. ......................

Securities

31
95
95
96
5

$1.20 preferred
(t)
$3 cum conv 1st pf
50
Sun Investing Oorp com— —(t)
$3 convertible preferred—-(f)
Super Corp of Amer class A.....
Class AA...................
Class B

mm mm mm

98

7%

5

Old Colony Invest Trust—

2*

m

»

Common

10034

K

........

VA
2Vs

Sterling Securities common A.ft)

4334
234

1 k

——

Fourth Nat.'! Investor* * w.....
Fundamental Investors Inc....

f Flat pricea

State St Investment

4234
17A

ft)

.

3.60

Standard Utilities Inc——ft)

23.73
1.50

—.(t)
....

—(t)

Deb 5Ha 1939
—FAA 15
Stand Oil Trust Shares A——....
Class B——
——

19.71
25.79
1.64

Oils A Industries com..........

18
93

common .......10c
$3 conv preferred
Equity Shares
Equity Trust Shares in Amer
Federated Cap. Oorp. com... ('
6% preferred
Fidelity Fund. Inc..
(t)
First Boston Corporation
10

36

...

Voting trust ctfs....,...—...
U S Elec Pow Oorp com w war .1
USA Foreign Securities com.(t)

$6 1st preferred—
—(t)
USA Internat Sec
(t)
1st pref with warrants
(t)
com
.it'
Utility Equities Corp com
(t>
$5.50 priority stock

2.30

3H
2%

16"""
99

17
2.60
.98
14

92

8m

4H
75

97
41

1

3
16.52

Wellington Fund-—
Western Reserve Investing—
Deb 5Xa 1944
FAA

W

7%
4%
3934
95c

Utility A Industrial Oorp
Convertible preferred

87

-

96 H

134
434

* Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t No par value.

7A

%
18.

$5.50 preferred
——
(t)
Deb 5s Mar 1 1937 with warr..

3.00

warr—.

Equity Corp

59

2
40

1

Ex-warrants

....

Oorp

ol*

38

Standard Investing Corp com.(t)

57

Major Shares Corp.......... ft)
Maryland Fund Inc—
*
Massachusetts Investors Trust.. 1
Mutual Investment Trust.......

Northern

.....MAS

Corp common.... 1
$3 convertible preferred—...25
Southern Corp com..
ft>
Southern Nat Corp 6s w w '44MAS
Spanish A Gen Oorp Ltd—

§5"

1958

FAA / 26

Eastern Utilities Investing Oorp—
Deb 6s 1954—...
MAS 15 fk
Elec Shareholdings Corp com.. 1
$6

1.67

87
87

Standard Industrials Inc....

33

Niagara snare Oorp (Md)
Conv deb 534e 1950—

4.35

6H

__

Spencer Trask Fund Inc

Investors Equity—
Doutuiture 5s series A 1947—.. t
99%
Deb 58 ser B 1948 with warr..
100^
Without warrants
10034
x
Investors Fund of America
96c
84.91
Series C
Larkins Warr Trust
7%

cum

2

82
83

Standard Amer. Trust shares....

47

33
7% preferred
(t)
5s series A with warrants 1947— k 101
Without warrants.......... k 100K
Investment Trust of N Y coll A—
5%

$6

38
3.19
1.43
8.48
4.45

Am dep rets ord reg———£1
Amer aep rets ord bearer £1

n*

Investment Co of Am—
Common

42"

....

„

9
ofi

.........(t)

N Y A Foreign Investing Oorp—
Deb 5%s w w 1948—
JAD

4.50
2.70

70
70
85

....

5s March 11952.

034 % preferred...
100
6% preferred—.
...100
Debenture 6s 1947—.....JAD k
Interstate Equity common
—1
$3 convertible pref "A"
(f)
Investment Bona A Share—
5s series A1947———JAD

B common

3%
68 H

........

%

31

10
8% preferred.
—.100
Oram A Forster Insursh B....10
„"% cum preferred........100
Cumulative TrustShares
(f)
Deposited Insur Shs ser A
Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A—
Diversified Trustee Shares
B shares..
O shares..............
D shares.....

41

Shenandoah

Nationwide Sec Co...
Voting trust ctfs
New Jersey Bankers Securities
N Y Bank Trust Shares...

(modified).......,.......

45c

4%s Mar 1 1942———.MAS

—.....

A.CC (modified)
Oram A Forster Inc com.....

>

5s series 3 Dec 1937..—......
6s series 4 Nov 1942—......
Securities Cora General com—(t)
$6 preferred.—.
—.(t)
Selected American shares—....*
Selected American Shares Inc
Selective Cumulative Shares
Selected Income Shares
Selected Industries com......ft)

2.52

534

96

11.55
3.40

—

21.72

National Trust Shares—

Accumulative" series! IllIIII"
AA

65"

.

40c

Remodifled

3.14

Republic Investors Fund..
Reynolds Invest 5s 1948—.——
Common stock————
$6 preferred.———«t)
Royalties Management A..—.
Second Int Sec Oorp A com—(t)
Class B common
(t)
6% preferred.
60
Debenture 5s 1948— —..FAA
Second Nat Inv Oorp—
Common—...........-.-.1
$5 conv preferred
.——ft)
Securities Co of New Jersey—
5 Ha series 2 Oct 1937
—

2.72

Warrants

90
1

I9I1O1

...

20%

Col.(1)

$5.50 preferred

.....

37

*54—FAA
Shares

$5.50 prior stock ..........ft)
Allotment certificates....
Selected Management Trustee sh.
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust—

FAA *f
6s 1940 B with war—JAJ *'

National Investors

Without warrants
Oorp Securs 6% notes '35—MAS
Corporate Trust shares old series.

Representative Trust

59c

(nsull Utility Invest—
Deb g 5a Jan 1949

Nat Bond A Share

....

Reliance Mgt Corp 5s

44c

Independence Trust Shares

Deb g

34
834
234

7«

;

Debenture 5a series A —1948
Huron Holding Corp.
Hydro Elec Sec com—...
ft)
Incorporated Investors
(f)
Indus A Power Securities
See Wellington Fund

24"

21

.

28.69

_

_

95c
1.41
1.37

Steel Shares..—.———

Tobacco Shares
Guardian Investors Oorp—
Deb 5s ser ex-w 1948
MAN k
Guardian Invest Trust—
(t)
Guardian Investors com....... 1

....

m
6s series A 1953

1.27
1.50
1.22
1.05
1.56
1.51

Class B common

75c

Basic Industry Shares
..(t>
British Type Investors cl A
1

_

1.24
1.36
1.10

Insuranshares Co. of Delaware—1

7

...

„

1.29

Insuranshares (Md) ctfs Inc ...1
Int Sec Oorp of Am com A——ft) 4

54

(t)

Automotive Invests 6s 1939.FAA
Bancamerica-Blair Oorp
...
Bancshares. Ltd—
Participating shares —.50c
Bankers Nat Investing com A (t)
Common
Bankers Sec Oorp of Am.
< t)

■M:

1.17

1.14

PrflffflTflH

|3 preferred A
Warrants.........

1.66
1.45

.........

107 H

(t)

Preferred

.

Chemical Shares.............
Food Shares.................

1.36

Railroad Equipment Shares—

434

,7% nreferred

Atlas Oorp common

1.61

1.78
1.50
1.83
1.60

Petroleum Shares..

Amer Founders Oorp common*. 1
6% preferred ser D
...5(

Associates Invi^tment

18

i2H

A&O
comAUOc

1955-—

68

94

Quarterly income Shares...—..
Railway A Light Securities—
Conv coll tr 4%s series "11"
Reliance InternatOorp

234
3134

16

Merchandising Shares........
Mining Shares—

(t)

American A Oontlnental Oorp
Common ...................
Amer. Oomposit Trust Shares.Amer Elec Sec panic pref .....1
American European Secur— (t)

.

5.94

65

Corp 434s 1959.....AAO
Group Securities, Ino—
Agricultural Shares..........*
ment

Automobile Shares...........

1.22

........

$6.60 prior pref

~1%

3034

German Credit A Invest.
Pref allot, ctf. 25% 1st pref (t)
Great Brit A Canada Invest-,

Per

Prudential Investors
$0 preferred. i
(t)
Pub Util Investing 5s 1948-AAO
Pub Util Sec prior pref---—

35
42

Building Shares........——

100

-FAA

Class B ..........t.......l0c
$3 preferred
(t>
.

loli
100

36 5.40
2

S3 prior preferred...
General Investors Trust.......1

Allied Int Investing Oorp com.(t>

1

5.11

>eb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr fc 102H
3ener&l Investment Corp
1 v' 1
30
$6 preferred
(t)

1967

Deb 434s with com she
Aldred Investment Oorp

6.00

1034

......ft)

{0 preferred w w_,

AlXS7lS£*T^V<Mij-

6.40

96

Bid.

Par.

share.

Fundamental Trust Shares Ino—

.Class A.......—*..—.*...
Class B—....(t)
General American Investors
1

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

Pw

J; Called Dec. 1 at 100.

19.H
3.75
2
2

33
m.

m. mm

mi

96H

™1

'

Public Utilities
(Includes utreet and electric railway®, gas, electric power, water, telegraph,

telephone and bridge eompanlee.)

NOTICE.—All bond prices

are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bond®.
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue.

Bonds

Bid.

Adriatic

Electric Oo
Ext Is f 7« 1952

Bonds.

Ask

A&O

46%

Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946 .M&S

104 %

1st & ref 5s 1951——
1st & ref 5s 1956
1st & ref 4%® 1967

J&J
M&N
J&D

100%

1st & ref 5s 1968

M&S

53

105%
101%

91%

99
83 %

84%
92%

Alabama Water Service Oo—
,

1st M 5s 1957

ser

94%
'

AlbuquerqueNat Ga®6%®'40 M&N
Allegheny Gas Uorp 6 %»'43 M&N

61

Bait & Ann S L 5s 1946
Baltimore Transit Oo—

105

106%

Oonv deb 6s
Am

■><}

IP
75

M&S

r
r

68
3

106%
38%

60

14%

101
109%

113k

35-vr deb 5s 1965
L-F&A
American Toll Bridge—
5%sser A, B & OI936-38.F&A
5%s Berks D 1945
F&A
American Utilities Co—
,

A&O

104

1st 6s 1945

new

73

.

104%
108

Oonv deb 4%s 1949
Conv deb 5s 1965
Cons ref deb 5s 1968

J* J 16

31%
28%

M&N
A&O

Oonv deb 5s 1950
F&A
C®nv 5%s 1938
M&N
Cons ref deb 4%s 1958-M&N
Oonv deb 5%s 1973
F&A
Oonv deb 5s 1973
J&D
Conv deb 4%s 1973
J&D

;

70

66,
61
6u
24

35

32%
30%
30

Corp participating 8s *40. M&S
Associated Pub Utilitie® Corp—
ser

A;

98

J&J

66
64

deb 6s series A 1958
M&N
Associated Telep Co Ltd—
IstM 4s series B 1965
J&J
Associated Telep & Teleg Oo—
Deb 5%s 1955 ser A
M&N
Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942A&0

Certificates of deposit.Cony deb 6s 1941..M&h
Certificates of deposit
Oonv deb 5 %s 1944 ser O.M&N

40%
30

Oonv deb 4s 1973
M&S
Debenture 4s 1983
M&S
Income deb 4%s 1978—F&A
Income deb 4s 1978
A&O
Income deb 3%s 1978
M&N
Income deb 3%s 1978
M&S

1st lien 5s 1947

100%
78

'

31%
31%
31

.

13
:

W*
29
72%
97%

Y)

Gas

Works
A&O

106

A&O

90%
75

5s series B 1960.7.
British Col Tel 5s 1960

80

104

_

104%
110%
101%
101
101
110%
120

103%
107
89%

i&J

.

104%

86

—F&A

32%

Power—

1st gold 5s 1942..—.—F&A
Traction

Buffalo

32
32

Buffalo &

\

Lockport

ii5%

125

28%

73%

73%

107%
90

86%
107 %

Certificates of deposit
Chic Dist Elec Generating—
IstM 4 %■ 1970
M&S
1st 6s series B 1901
M&N
Chic Gas L&O see Peoples G L&O
Chic North Shore & Milw RR—

90
107
108

107%
106%

106% i

1st mtge gold 5® 1930

104

104%

lit & ref 0« 1955 ®er A
J&J
1st & ref 5 %® 1956——..A&O

84

92

110

103

104

83%

105
99

99%
97%

97%
86%
82

J£

82%

1%

\

32%

"2%

J 64*

65%

63%

63%

64%

J&J

66%
47

/

21

w$
{f.

105

/
f

/

106

44%
44%
44%

45%

45%
45%

104
96

97%

84

80

106%

107%

103%

104%

6

18
18

19
19

70%
70%

71%
71%

105
105%

106

105%

5%

6%

3

4

3

4

107

108

107%

108

117

124%
109%
104%

J&J

Adjust deb 6a July 1963..-J&J
Certificate ®f deposit
Chippewa Power 0s 1947
J&D

110%
112

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st M 4s 1968 series A
A&O
Oin Newport & Oov L & T—
1st ref 6s 1947 series A
J&J
Cincinnati Street Ry—

Ry.
106 %

104%
111
98

1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A
Certificates of deposit

99

75j
723
253
253
103
103
17

17
v

6
9

9
9
9

13
13
106

105%

105%

100

101%

lstm5%sser A 1952--—.A&O

87

88

1st 6s 1955

88%
65%
63%
63%

90
67

103

Deb g 5s 1963—

105
104

Oonv deb 5s 1950

* Last sale.

90
82
108

110%

102

107

interest-

94%

—

108%
102
57

California-Oregon Power—

Nov. 30 at 103.

94%

94

85

Unif & ref g 5s *37 op s f-.M&N

ser

B

Cities Serv deb 5s Jan *00
Deb g 5s Apr. 1958
Deb 5® 1969

J&J

Nominal.

94

Chicago Railway® Oo—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to 25% Dt
red and pay Aug 1 1933...F&A */72%
: Ctfs of deposit——..—
67% X:
71%
109
Con® M 5® ser A Feb '27-. A&O
24%
Certificates of deposit
102%
24%
Series B Feb 1927—J&D
57%
9%
104
Certificates of deposit
Pur mon 4-5§ Feb '27 opt.J&J
15%
Certificates of deposit
118%
15%
Adi inc 4® Feb 1927 opt...May
4%
iIo~"
Certificates of deposit
4%
Chicago Rapid Transit Oo—
1st & ref 6%s 1944104%
J&J
Certificates of deposit
111%

72%

107

»

112

104%

88

106

Ist&ref5%s 1955 series O F& A
Deb gold 5%s 1942
A&O
Refunding 0%s 1942
M&N

76%

105$

100%

lat & ref 6a 1951
J&J /
Chicago City & Oonnec ing Ry
Oellfcr ® f g 5® Jan 1 1^27.A&O
Certificates of deposit

California Electric Generating—
1st ■ f g 5s *48 guar
M&S
California Gas & Elec Corp—

1st & ref 6s 1942 ser B

92%

108%

97

Ohatt Ry® 1st con® 5® "50.M&N
Che® & Pot Tel of Va 5® '43.M&N
Cheater Water Service Co—
1st 4%s 1958 series A
M&S
Chic Aurora & Elgin RR—

105"

Chicago City Ry 1st 5® *27—F&A

Calgary Power 1st 5s 1960—A&O

99

105%

107%

Chattanooga Ry & Light—
lat & ref g 5® 1950 op T0..M&N

113

See

ilnternat

Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955. J&.i
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951.J&D

32

99

113

F&A

Debenture 5s 1944
J&J
Central States Utilitie® Corp—
10 yr sec 6® 1938—
J&J
OentVermont Public Serv Corp—
1st & ref 5® 1959 ser A
A&O
Central West Public Service Co—
1st 1 coll 5%® 1956 ®er A—M&N
5%s series B 1956—..M&N
5s series O 1933
J&D
Charleston Cons Ry Ga® & El
Oonaol gold 5a 1999
M&S

107%

106%

...

9,e2.&ref 1%? 1981-.
32% Buff & Nlag Falls El L &

90
97

112%

States Pow & Lt Corp—
1st M & 1st lien 5%« 1953.i&J k

106

60

o

Without warrants...

Cent Public Utility Inc 5%s 1952Cent States Edis 5%s A 1943A&O
Deb 6s ser A w w 1949
A&O
1st coll Inc 3-5s 1950—.
M&S
Central State® Elec Corp—
Oonv deb 5® 1948—
J&J
Deb 5%a 1954
M&S15

106

104%

J&D

Bronx G & E 6s I960--

93%

105"

Cent

86%
82
106%

M&S

Bklyn Borough Gas 5s 1967.F&A
Bklyn City & Newton RR—See
62%
Bklyn Manh Transit Corp.
Bklyn City RR 1st 5s 1941— J&J
40%
Brooklyn Edison Oo—
Gen m 5s ser A 1949
J&J
r6ll
Gen m 5s ser E 1952
J&J
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Corp
33
s f 6s 1968 ser A
J&J
32%
Secured s f 6s ser A 1949. -J&D
Brooklyn City & Newton RR
31%
5s 1939
J&J
73
Brooklyn Queens Oo & Sub—
67%
1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)—J&J
63
1st con 5s July '41(stp)„M&N
63
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950—F&A
Kings Oo El 1st 4s 1949 .F&A
36
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951 J&J
33
1st 5s 1944—
A&Oi
31
Bklyn Un Elev—See Bklyn Queen s
31
Bklyn Un Gaslst cens5sg'45M&N
99%
1st lien & ref 6s *47 ser A.M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1957 M&N
68
Oonv deb 5%s 1936-.
J&j
67
Deb 5s 1950
J&D
Buff Gen Elec 1st 5s 1939..F&A
101
1st ref 5s April 1 1939
J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1956 ser A._F&A

41

Corp—

Oonv deb 5 %s *49 with war F&A

Bway & 7th Ave.—See N YRys

104"

/ 39

1st & gen 4s ser G I960
A&O
Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s U50 A&O!
Cent Pow 1st 5s, 1957. ser D J&J
Cent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1950—F&A
Cent Pub Serv

66

102%
100%

99%

1st & gen 5s 1955 ser D.._J&J
1st & gen 4%s 1957 ser B.J&D
1st & gen 5%s 1961 ser F..J&D

106%
90%
76%

72%

102

Capital Traction (Wash, D C)—
1st g 5s June 1 1947
J&D
Carolina P & List 5s 1950—A&O
Cedar Rap Mfg & P 5s *53-J&J
Central Arizona Light & Pow Oo
1st mtge 5a 1900
J&D
Cent Ark Pub Serv Corp—
1st 1 & coll tr 5a 1948 ser A F&A
Cent Dist Telep 1st 5s 43—J&D
Central Elec of N J 5s 1940—J&J
Central Gas & Elec 6s 1940.M&S
First lien coll tr 5%s "4ft. .J&D
Central Georgia Pow 5® '38.M&N
Central German Pow 6a '34.J&D
Cent Hu'l Ga® & Elec Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1941—... J&D
1st &ref 3%s 1965
M&S
Cent Ills Elec & Gas Co—

32%

72%

71;

Term 6%® 1951
M&S
Canadian Utilities Ltd—
1st
mtge 5s ser A 1955—M&S
Canton Elec Oo 5® 1937
M&N

106%

Broad River Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1954 Ser A. _.M&8

104
99

tnJnSfSA 2 36 ^Pirn^5nc1**^
1 Called Jan. /•?« at 104%.
**Galled




33%

32

31
*/ 31%
Certificates of deposit
/ 31%
2-yr 6% notes 1933
A&O / 72%
Certificates of deposit...—.
*/ 72%
Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
1st & ref s f g 5s '50 opt *15 J&J
104
Atl Cons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
J&D
107
Gen mtge 4%s 1955——M&S
98
Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Wat. El & Pr 5s 1943 J&j
Atl Beach Bridge 6 Mi 1942

33

11

1st • f 7s 1953
J&J f
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956-A&0
97%
Arlcansaw Water 1st 5s 1956-A&0
104
Arkansas Western Gas Co—
1st 5%s 1939 with warr
76
J&J
Ashland (Wis) L & Pow St Ry.
104
a
BOW 5s 1939J&J
Ashtabula Water 5a 1958
103
A&O
Assoc Elect 4%b 1953
J&J
59%
5® Jan 11961——
J&J
61%
Associated Gas & Elec Co^-~
Conv deb5%s 1977
F&A
40%
Cenv deb 4%s *48 ex-warr.M&S : 32

(N

1938

30

F&A
J&J
M&N
5s March 1944
-M&S
7s Sept 1947
M&S
Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953——-M&N / 27
Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952..J&J
IllBristol Gas & Elec 5s July 11939.
97 %
British Col Power 5%s 1960 M&S
104

73

„

5s

71;

1st & ref 4%s 1981 ser H.J&D
Cent Indiana Gas 5s 1957—M&S
Central Indiana Power Co—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent MalnePr 5s *39 op 19 M&N
1st & gen 6s 1942 ser B...J&J

,

10-year deb 5s 1937
10-year deb 5s 1940—
West End St 5s 1936

95%
100%

32%

72
28
72

30

Deb g 4%s Nov 1 1941—M&N
Deb g 5s Dec 1942—
J&D

94%

-

Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6s
1953—J&J
Deb 6%s 1935
M&N

76

99
32

Income 5s 1960
J&J
Income 6s I960.
A&O
Arizona Pow 6s 1947 ser A
M&N
Arkansas El & Wat 6s 1944.F&A

33

2?%

Bleecker St&FulFy—See NY Rys
Bloomlngton Dec & Champagne
1st & ref 5® 1940
M&N
Bolivian Power 8s ser A *45.A&O
Boston Con Ga® deb 5s *47—F&A
Boston Elev
Ry 4%s 1937— -A&O

103%
113%

A&O

76

32%

"732%

103%

1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
Cent 111 Light 1st & ref 5® '43A&0
Central Illinois Public Service—
lit & ref 5s 1956 ®er E___M&N
1st mtge 4%® 1967 ser F..J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G—.M&N

102%

m 5s 1954 ser B
„J&D
102
1st mtge 5® 1957 ®er O
F&A
105
Blackstone Val G & E 5s *39.J&J
109%
Mtge & col tr 5s *51 ser A_ A&O **103
Mtge & col tr 5s *52 ser B.A&O **103
M & coll tr 4s ser O *65—M&N
104

105

k

126

1st

50

M&N k

119

103%

Birmingham Gas 1st 6s '59 -M&N
6% n®tes 1935
A&O
Birmingham Water Works Co—
1st m 5 %s 1954 ser A.
A&O

57

Androscoggin & Kennebec—
Ry 1st 6s 1940
M&S
Androscoggin Water Power—

...

|

§87
53

1st & ref 5s 1956

m

118%
125

Birmingham Elec 4%s 1968.M&S

100

Anchorage Lt & Pow 7-5s '43 F&A
Androscogging Electric Corp—

F&A

113.

116

74

1st

109%

99

.

113%
114%

102

1st ref 5s Feb 1946-

71

109 H

RR—SeeWashRy&El

36%

Binghamton (N Y) L H & P—

30
68

—

36%

A&O

Binghamton

102%

30

M&N
Amer Util Service 6s 1964
Amer Water Works & Electric—
Conv co l tr 5s 1944
M&S
Deb 6s 1975 Ser A
M&x,
Deb 5® 1975 ®er B
J&D
Aoa&Pot R

91%

100

Corp—

Deb 6s Apr 1 1955
A&O
Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Rys—
1st mtge s f 6%s 1956
A&O

113%

'

J&D

97

Bergen Turnpike 5a 1951
J&J
Berlin City Elect 8 %s 1951—J&D
Sink fund deb 6%s 1959—F&A

113
116

103
102

-

Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec
1st mtge 5s 1958

109%
113%

112%
114%
113 %

f

1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser O
A&O
Belolt Water, Gas & Elec Oo—
1st g 5s 1937
M&S

60

% 13 %

J&D

105%

90 %

J

35""

Teleg—
4s *36 conv aft '09.M&8
Coll trust 5s 1946
J&D
Deb sf 5s 1960
J&J
Deb 5%o Nov 1 1943—-M&N
Oenv deb 4%® 1939
J&J

99

95%

M&N
Telephone of Canada—
1st g 5s 1955 ser A
M&8
1st g 5s 1957 ser B
J&D
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser C...M&N
Bell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania

92%

67

107%
106%

Bell

43

58
.

Appalachian Power5s 1941—J&D
7% gold bond® 1936———F&A
Deb gold 6s 2024
J&J
Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Co.
Arizona Ed 1st 5s 1948 new—J&J

104
102%

Beaver Valley Water
ist lien & ref 5s 1960

'

g

.

J&D

mtge5%s 1954

_

97%

Beauharnola Power Corp—
Coll trust® f 5s 1973 w w—A&O

69

55

Certificates of deposits

1st 6s 1945—
Appalachian Elec Power—

105

-

91 J*

Amer Rys Corp coll
4%s '53-A&O
Debenture 4%s 1963
A&O
Amer Stater Public Serv—
lstl 5.14s 1948 ser A.. .M&N

X'.:

1st

42

-M&S

1st mtge s f 4 Ms 1955

85

106

J&D

1st M 5s 1959 ser B
F&A
Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge Oo-^1st 7s 1953.v
A&O

1

1%

106%
37%

Secured deb 3.60-6s 1953-J&D

1st lien & ref 6® 1945
Deb 6 %• 1941

15

106%

'

Certificates of deposit
Camden & Sub Ry—See P 8 Corp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5s '53.M&N
Canadian L & P 5® *49 op *14 J&J
Canadian Rail & HarDor—

13%

M&S

Beauharnois L H & P 5 %s *73 J& J

Deb g 5s 2030
M&S
Amer Fuel & Pow 7s 1934—-J&J
Amer G & E deb 5s 2028—M&N
Am Gas & Pow deb 3-5s *53-F&A

Oanv

J&J

4%s 1960

*

Amer Elec Pow deb 6s 57 M&S 16
Amer & Foreign Power Oo—

Deb 6s 1938—
Amer Telep &

Calumet G & E 5%s B 1960-J&J

15
4

Ask,

101

Calumet & South Ohicage Ry—
»rin Paid) 1927 F&A

13
14
82

Barstow (W S) deb 6s 1942.A&0
Baton Rouge Electric Oo—

1
2

V
7 i*
*fkl4 %

Community Pow 5%s '53 J&J

Am Pow & L deb fts 2016

106

12
1

J&J /
J&J /

1st Hen & ref 5a 1965

80%

F&A /
M&N *f

1940

105

B*ngor Hydro Electric—

Amer Commonwealths Power-

Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
Deb g 5%s 1953

Bid.

105%
102%
104

F&A J

Deb 4s series A 1975
Deb 5s series A 1975
Deb 5s series B 1975

22
45

Alliance Power 1st 6s 1952—M&S
Alton Water 5s 1956
A&O
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—
1st coll 4s Jan 1 1954
J&J
Amarlllo Gas 6s

Bonds.
Calif Water Service 5s 1958.A&O
Calif Water & Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1965
...M&S

100

98

Augusta Ry & El 1st 5s 1940 J&D
Aurora Elgin & Chicago Elec
Ry
1st 5s 1941
A&O /

95%

59
27

J&J

A

Albany Ry—See United Trac.
Albla Lt & Ry 1st mtge 5s '41 J&J

107 %
105

1st g 5s Jan 1 1960 ODt 20- J&J
Atlantic City Sewerage—
1st s f 6s ser A 1956
J&D
Atlantic Oo Wat 5s *68—-AM&8

100

Ask.

Bid.

Atlantic City El 5s 1938-.-M&S
1st & ref 5s 1956
A&O
Atlantic City (N J) Gas—

(Italy)—

....

103

89%
103 %

*

A&O

M&S
A&O

.M&N
M&S
J&D

64%
64%
64%

67%

93%

103%

Negotiability Impaired by maturity.

t Called Dec 1 at 105.

79

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

Dhc., 1935]

NOTICE.-—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds*
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Bonds

94 %
k

Oities Service Power & Light—
Deb 5%s 1952
M&N
Deb 6%e 1949
—J&D
Oities Service Transportation—
1st M 6s marine eq '30—M&S
Oitisens Tel (Gr Bap) 5s '38-J&D
Oitixens Water (Washington, Pa)
5s 1951
—

59%
59%

1966-—-.--J&J

88%
104%
104
108

O imb'land T & T 5s 1937—J&J

Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941

99%

99%

Dallas Pow & Lt 6s 1949

102

#49 ser B

J&J

1st g 5s 1952 ser O—.—J&J
1st gold 5%s 1954 ser D... J&.l
Dallas By & Ter 1st 6s 1951-J&J
Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s *41-J&J

102

103%
105
70

City Elec San Fran 5s 1937 .J& J
City Gas & Elec 1st 6%s '51-J&J
City Light & Traction (Sedalia,
H
Mo) 1st s f 5s 1952
J&D
City& Sub PS—See Un Bys of StL
City & Sub By—See Wash By & El
City of New Castle Water—
5s 1941
-J&D.
City Water (Chattanooga)

7%s

1st g

A&O
J&J

72"

r

78

80

1st M 5s 1954—.——-J&D
1st M 5s 1957 series O...M&N
Cleveland Elec Ilium

102

105%

Gen mtge 3%s July 11965- J&J
Oleve Southw By at Light—

107%

1st mtge g4%s 1969——J&J
DenV Gas & El 1st g 5s 49—M&N

-mmmm

_

'

107%

V'."

Deb g 5s 1952...
Deb g 5s 1952......
_

..M&N
A&015
Deb 5s Jan 151961——J&J 15

3

102%
104
61

----

..

.

.

98%

99%

¥&*
106
105

Oolumbus By Pow & Light—
1st ref 4%s 1957 ser A
J&J
1st mtge & coll tr 4s 1965-M&N
Col By 1st 4S *39 opt '14--Q-J 1105
1st
1st
1st
1st

105%

Mox*

101%

M 5s 1953—————J&J
M col 5s 1954 ser B—J&D
M col 4%a 1956 ser O.. A&O
M col 414s 1957 ser D.-J&J

111%
112%
111%
111
105%
102%

112%
112

1st M 4s 1981 ser F
M&S
1st M3%a ser H 1965—A&O
Commonwealth Elec 5s 1943 M&S
112
Oom'wealth Gas Corp Inc 6s 1948 f °10%
Oom'w'ltb Tel (Pa) 5%s '45 M&N
86%
Oom'w'lth Tel (Wis) 5s A *48 M&S
102
Oom'wealth Water 5%s ser A1947
104
1st M 6s 1956 ser B—
F&a
103
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O
F&A
105
Col M J>s 1957— —MAP

1st gold 5s 1950—..
Dixie Gulf Gas Co—

103

Community Water Service Oo—
Deb g 68 1946 ser A—J&D
Deb g 5%s 1946 ser B
M&S
Cones toga Term 1st 5%s '54.J&0
Cones toga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn cons 4s '48 J&J
Conn Light & Power—
1st & ref sf 7s *51 ser A—.M&N
1st & ref 4%s 1956 ser O—J&J
1st & ref 5s ser D 1962....J&J
Connecticut Power—
V 1st & coll trust 5s 1956——J&J
Conn By & Lt 4%s

1951—-J&J
Stamped guaranteed optional.
.

Conn Ltg & Pow 5s *39———J&J
Conn River Pow 5s A *52—A&O
Connelisv Wat 5s Oct 2 *39—A&O
Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lien 5s 1962 stamped- -J&J
Consol Elec & Gas 5-6s 1962M&N
4-6s series B 1962——.
F&A

6% secured notes 1937—.F&A
Consol Gas of Bait 5s 1939—J&J
Gen g 4%s Apr 1954
A&O
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)—

1st & ref 4s 1981—....
Consolidated Gas (N Y)

J&D

Deb 5%s 1945-

F&A
20-yr deb 4%s 1951
J&D
Debenture 5s 1957........ J&J

85**
96

65
63

65%
64%

100%
48%

75

125%

125 %

109%

109""

108

'

102

J&J

84%

85

f 6%s 1948
...A&O / 31
105
Duke Power—1st 4%s 1967-J&D
Duke Price Power Co—
1st m s f 6s 1966 ser A..M&N
102%
Duluth-Superior Transit—
1st 5s 1953
—M&S
Dumbarton B'ge 6%s ts '36. J&J
J&J
6%s 1937 to 1949

33
107

20-yr

s

Vol*

1st coll 5%s ctfs 1937 A...F&A
7% 1932 ctfs of dep
.-J&J
East Jersey St By 5s 1944--M&N

108%

103"

75%

76%

45%

,

'

43
42

41%
110%

112%

116

118

108

109

105%

106

108%

108%

105%

v

28""
37%

B. 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
Bast St Louis (111) Lt & Pow—
1st 5s

1940——————J&D
E Minn Power 5%s 1951—.M&S
E Oregon Lt & Pr 5%s A '51-M&S
59 series B 1953—
..J&J
Eastern Mass Street By Co—
Bef m 4%s 1948 A—
J&J
Bef m 5s 1948 B
J&J
Bef 6s Jan 1948 ser O..M&S15
Bef 6s series D 1948—
Bef 6s series E 1948—.—
Eastern Michigan Bys—
1st mtge coiftr 7a 1958....J&J

73

71%

m

5%s 1947

ser

A

M&S

1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
-

-100
103

Sheboygan Elec 5s 1946- -J&J
Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N
Edison Elec IllUm of Boston

3-year 5% notes 1936 ....A&O
3%s 1st M sf July 1 '65... J&J

100%
108

106%
102%

Ed El IU(Bkn)See KingsOoEL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N Y G
Electric Co of N J 1st 5s 1947 M&S
Electric Ferries 1st 7s *41...A&O
Elec & Peoples.
See Phila B T

83

101%
62

97

Council Bluff* Gas 5s 1948.M&N
Crescent Public Servic Oo—
Coll inc 6s B Octl 1954
J&D /

27%

29

Cuban Telep conv 5s 1951 —J&J
1st lien & rsf 7%s 1941..M&S

86%

2%
11

14

98

vT
76

89
97
m —mm

General Public Utilities—
1st M coll tr 0%s ser A '50 A&O
1st mtge & coll 6%s O *55. A&O
General Water Wks & ElecOorp—

76%
76%

1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A. J&D

81%

5s

1952

77%
■1

113"

110%

Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s '01F&A

104

....

87%

98"

80

82

100

Atlanta Northern By Oo
1st guar 5s '54 op *90.—J&J
Gesfurel 6s 1953 x w—.....J&D

mmmm

100
mmmm

V-*'

104
L 5s '39. F&A
By 1st 7s '39 M&N / 12
Great Cons Elec Pow (Japan)—

103%

100

Green
67

65
90
86

f'"

5s,

90
98 V
30

102%
101%

95

31
103
102

Power

108%

108%

102
103

103%

93%
91%
101%

Corp—

102%

95%
93%

92

93%

107%

105
110

112""

105%

103%

110%

Hamburg
106
107

105%

Extl g s f deb 7s 1935—M&N */ 40%
Hamburg (Germany) Elev Under¬
ground & St Bys 5 %s *38 --J&P I
Hamilton Gas 6%s A w w '37J&D / 42

....

Hanover Harz Water Works—

70

1st series 6s 1957
F&A / 26
2d series 6%s 1949——F&A /* 26%
Havana Elec Ky 5s 1952 ...F&A
...

101)

103

105%
102%
100%

5%s June 15 1977 ser B..J&J
5s secured conv notes 1938J&J
(Germany) Elec Oo—

fk 18
105
106
105

Mountain

Greenwich Wat & Gas System—
Ooi tr 5s 1952 ser A——A&O
Col tr 6s 1952 ser B—
A&O
Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968.....A&O
Gulf Public Service Oo—
1st m 6s 1945
...A&O
Gulf States Utilities Oo—
1st M & ref 5s 1956 ser A.M&S
1st M & ref 4 %a 1901 B—J&D
Hackensack Wat 4s '52 op '12J&J
Gen&ref5sJunel5'77 A—J&Dlfi

80

....

107%

1950...F&A

1st mtge 5s 1948.—
F&A
Greenwich Wat 4%s *57 ser A J&J

75

105

57

Great West Power Oo of OaliL—
Grt West Pow Oo 6s 1946.J&J

104

93%

83%

_

1st extended

104%

73
78
90

80

83

1st lien coll tr 5%s 1942..M&N
Great Northern Power—

104%

14""

Grand Bapids

89%

88%
28
102

1025

12^
103

103%

105

99

1st sink fund 0%s 1953...A&O
Electric P & L Deb 6a2030.F&A
Eliz Plainf & Cent Jf
See
Ella & Baritan Bivt Public Serv
Eliz & Trenton BB
I
Corp.

106
95
92

io5

86

91

1st M 7s 1944—-———F&A
1st & gen 6%s 1950——J&J
Great Lakes Power, Ltd—
1st M 6a 1936-1944.—..M&N
Great Lakes Utilities Co—

65
90

Electric Pow Corp (Germany)—•
1st s f 0%s 1950
;.
M&S

37

86

Grand Bapids Gas

.102]
*63 >

103% Eastern Utilities Investing
5s series A 1954.
...M&S
Eastern Wisconsin Electric Co—
1st lien & ref 6s 1942
J&D
1st lien & ref 6%s 1948—M&S

90%
86

Gandy Bridge (Tampa) 6s '45J&D
Gary Elec & Gas Oo—
94
1st lien coll 5s x-w 1944—..J&J
117%
Gas & E1 of Bergen Oo 5s '49. J&D
116
Gen 5s Nov 1 1954
M&N
86%
Gatlneau Pow 1st 5s I960—-J&D
Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 15
Deb 6s 1941 series B-.—A&O
General Gas & Elec Corp—
5% notes Aug 151930—F&A15 / 86
General Public Service Corp—
93
Conv deb 5s 1953——
J&J
103%
Oonv deb 5%s 1939—....J&J

_

Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—
1st

.....

.

It

Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
/
Duquesne Nat Gas 7s 1948
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co,
Durham Pub Ser 7s A *49—A&O
East Coast Pub Serv 4s 1948

6

_

l°f

Duauesne Gas Corp—
1st conv 6s Mar 1A1945_M&S15 /

99

85
99

Power 1st i f
—J&J
Georgia Power 1st 5s 1907..M&S
34% Georgia Power & Light Co
1st mtge 5s 1978.———-J&D
Georgia By & Elec—
Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939-—J&J

103

67

83
83
83

.......

Equip trust 5%s 1935-38

78

64%

90%

1st M 0%s 1949
—F&A
1st 0s 1955 series B
...A&O
Florida Telep 1st 0s 1945- .A&O

42nd St Manhattan & St Nicholas
Ave 5s 1940-——
Fontana Un Wat 6s 1953
J&J
Fruit Growers* Express-

38

98

Georgia-Carolina

.

East Coast Utilities—

105%
101

> 93

10

101%

109"

108
107%

Wuerttemburg 1st 7s *56—J&J / 29%
Consolidated Telep of W iso—
1st M 5%s 1942 ser A
.M&N
103%
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp
Consolidated Water of Utica—
1st 4%s 1958
97
—
M&N
1st M 6s 1958—
M&N
101
Consumers El L & P (New Orl)
1st M 5s 1936—
—J&J
100%
Cons Gas—See Peoples G L &C
Oonsum L H & P Co (Ella, N J)
5s
1938—-—.—
106
.J&D
Consumers Power Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1936 op '10—-J&J
1st lien & unlf 4 %s 1958.M&N
107
1st lien &unifM 3%s 1965-M&S
105%
1st lien & unif 3%s 1965-M&N
102%
Osntin Gas & EI deb 5s 1958 F&A
82'
Continental Telep 5s A 1953-F&A
97
CooperBivBri'geinclst6s'58M&N f 34
Copenhagen Telephone Co—
Extl s f 5s Feb 15 1954.F&A15
95%
County Gas of Dallas 5s *46 A&O
104

5

93
10

98

Galveston-Houston Eleo By—
lstM«fg5s 1954 opt—A&O

1st 6%s 1937 A with war.M&S
Dominion Gas & Elec—

122

109%

Consol Gas Utilities Oo—
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A.—J&D / 89
Oonv deb 0%s 1943 A w w J&D */ 27
Consol Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper

County Gas (N J) 5s Jan 11952—

m

70

44
42

J&J 1

6%s 1945 with warrants

95

120

101%

Dortmund Munlc Util (Germany)

107

64%
^

f

%

Certificates of deposit-.
Det & Pt Huron Shore Line—

Community Power & Light Oo—
Community Pub Ser 5s 1960-J&J

23
23

Gen&ref4%s 1961 ser D. F&A
112
6s ser E 1952. .A&O
109
Gen & ref. M 4s ser F1965 A&O;
107%
Detroit International Bridge—
I
1st m n f 6%s 1952— —F&A /*
Certificates of deposit...... /
%
S f deb g 7s 1952——— F&A j(

114*

34
38

',1

5 %s(Sept'31 coupon) '51-M&S
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970..—M&N
103
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
Hest Man & Fair Pass By—See P hU B T
Home Tel & Tel (Ft Wayne)
105
1st 6s series A 1943....—.J&J
104
1st 5%s series B1955——A&O
Home Telep & Teleg(LosAngeles,
106
Oal) 1st refunding 5s 1945J&J
Home Tel & Tel of Spokane—
1st M g5s May 15 '36-M&N 15
Houston El Co 1st 0s '35—J&D

f10dH

,

27%

mmmm

mmmm

mmmm

66"

88

89

88

Elmlra Water, Light & BB—
1st & con g 5s 1956....
M&S
El Paso El Co—
1st m 5s 1950 ser A

J&D

Houston Gulf Gas—

m

1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A.. A&O
Deb 6%s 1943 with war..A&O

101%
103%

•

104
96%

105

97%

105

,;VV
Vr.;:,

b Basis,

t

d Called Dac; 1 at

Called Dec. 2 at 105.




101,

f This

pries laciudes accrued interest.

t Called Jan 1 '36 at 105.

k Last sale,

?

i02%

V 7

1st m 5%s 1979 ser A.....J&J
1st m 5%a 1950 ser B._
J&J
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54—J&J
Florida Public Service Oo—

.

105%

99

W*
97

Florida Power Corp—

Gen & ref

■:"

i

106%

91%

T&D

Fed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1 1905—.
Federal Public Serv Corp—

18

.

107

96%
97%

i

t

106%

96
101

99

1st M g gu 5s

1st m s f 6s 1953
—M&N 1 22
Certificates of deposit.—— /
22
Oonv s f deb 6%s 1948—M&N /
2%
Certificates of deposit
1
2%
Detroit City GasOo—
.
\
.....
1st m 6a 1947 series A
.J&J; 105%
1st m 5s 1950 series B—A&O,
101
Detroit Edison—
Gen & ref 5s 1949 series A. A&O 1 J04%
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B..J&D 1104%
Gen & ref 5s 1962 ser O—F&Ai
108

i

i

81

96

(Amer series) 1942—M&S
1942—M&S

Debenture 6s 1954 ser B

i

i

« i

106

1st 1 0s 1947.
..—J&D /
Federal Water Service Corp—
Oonv deb 5%s 1954.....M&N
Federated Utilities Inc—
1st lien col tr 5%s 1957...M&S

70

68
Tramway Terminals Co—
1936-1937—M&S
100
Derby Gas & Elec Corp—
1st lien 5s 1946—
F&A
98
Des Moines City By 5s 1936 J&J /
16
Denver

106

'95%
96%

Oolumbus (Ga) Pow 5s '36—A&O

?

107%

_

to Pa tax——
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A— -J&J

6

1st & ref 6s (stmpd) 1937--J&J
Oolumbus (Ga) Elec & Power—
1st & ref 6a 1947 ser A
-J&D
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser B—M&N

Commonwealth-Edison Oo—

107"

1st 5s

i

i

108%

Stamped..-..—...—.. M&S
1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd
M&S

1st m 59 1956..
—M&S
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—..

Oolumbus Dela & Marlon Elec Ooi

-

k 107
106%

•

1st 5s (Internatser)

106

1st m 5s, 1938—.—.—M&N
Des Moines Gas Oo—
■
■

5
6%s stamped 1953.......A&O /
Columbia (S O) By Gas & El Oo
1st M s i g 5s 1936
J&J V 96

~

104%

as

Des Moines Elec Oo—

k

Fairmont & Clarksburg Trac—.
1st g 5s 1938 opt 1913—-A&O
Fall Elver Elec Lt 5s 1945 —J&J
Federal Light & Traction—

106%
103
105

100
98

:

—J&J

■

.

^

Columbia River Longview Bridge

1st & ref 5s July 1937

Stamped

103%

106%

M&N

1st & ref 5s 1951-

1954
M&S 1
1
101
Clinton (La) W W 1st 5s 1939F&A
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
1st s f 4s ser B 1965
M&S
103%
Colonial Util 5%s June 1 1958...
59
Colorado Cent Few 5%s '46.J&D
95%
Colorado Power 1st 6s '63-.M&N
106%
Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—
Gen &con 5s

:v;

.

103

101%

;

103%

102

k
46
112
Eault G & E Utica 5s 1942-A&0
128
Erie Co Electric 6f 1959—...J&J
Gen & ref 5%s ser A I960..A&O
9
Erie Bys—1st 6s 1954—A&O /
Erie Ltg 1st m 5s 1907
A&O

Europ'n Elec Corp (of Canada)
Deb 6%s 1965 x W——. F&A

j

105

101%

Empire Gas & Elec and Empire
Coke jt lst&ref 5s *41 opt_M&S
Ercole Marelli Elec Mfg Oo (Ital:
1st a f 6%s 1953 with war M&

79

Darby Med & Ches By—See Phila B Tr.
Davenport Water 5s 1961—J&J
106
Dayton Ltg 1st 5s '37 op '12.M&S
105%
Dayton Pow & L 1st 5s »41—J&D d 105
1st & ref M 3%s 1960
A&O
101%
„

:

mmmm

97%

103

Gen & ref 08 ser A 1952-..J&D

106
109
110

108

Delaware Elec Power Co—
Deb 5%s 1959—J&J
Delaware Power & Light Co—
1st M 4%s 1971-———J&J
1st mtge g 4 %s 1969......J&J

102%

mmmrn
■

97%

Empire Gas & Electric Co105

105%
103%
78%
35

_

105%
103%

M&S

1st & ref m 5s 1952.

101%

General 5s 1966........——

60

60%

A»k.

Empire District Elec Co—

_

1st mtge 5s

J&J

A 1951

107

1st 4%? 1950—.....—J&D
106
1st M As 1959———J&D d 105
Cumberland Valley Telephone— )

94%

103%

_

5 His

Bonds.
El Paso Nat Gas 1st 6%s '43-J&D
With warrants————_
Deb 0%s 1938—...
—J&D

Cumberland Oo (Me) Pow & Lt—

Oities Service Gas Pipe Line Co—
1st M 6s 1943
J&J

,

Bid.

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds.

| Bid. | Ask.

Oities Service Gas Oo—
1st M pipe line 5 %■ 1942.M&N

n

Nominal.

by maturity*

80

PUBLIC

BONDS

UTILITY

NOTICE.—All bond priets

are "and Interest*' except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Bonds.

Bid,

Aak.

Bonds.

Houston Lt & Pow 1st 5s '53 M&S
lstllendfe ref 424s '78ser D M&N
1st lien A ref 424**81 ser E J&D
Houston Natural Gas Oorp—»
1st m coll 6s 43 with warr. J&D
Hudson Oo Gas 5s g 1949—M&N

105

106

10354
10554

104

Iron wood & Bessemer Ry & Light
tat s f *) 5s *36 opt after 'lfi.F&A
Isarco Hydro-Elec Oo (Italy—
1st M

93

1st M

5s 1954

Hydraulic Power of Niag Falls—
1st & refundlng5s 1950—-J&J
Ref & lmpt 5s 1951
A&O

113
107

114
108

97

.M&S

1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B...M&S
m Community Tel 6s 1949..J&J
1JJ Oonsol Telep 024s 1944...M&S
i hi

8524
t 103

M&S

—

39

92 54

8624

8624
93

,

.

lien & ref 524« 1954—M&S
lien & ref 5s 1960
J&D

Indianapolis W W
5s

68

6824
21

54

.

Debentures 6s 1955
_^J&J
International Power dec Corp—
624 % see bonds 1955 serC.T&D k
Sec 7s 1957 ser E
F&A "
F.

88"
8924
88

6524
62 24

j&j

15

93

9024

Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938—J&J
internat Ry ref 5s *62 op.M&N

International Telep & Teleg—
Deb g 424s 1952
J&J
Conv deb 424s 1939
J&J
Deb 5s 1955
F&A
Interstate Bridge 624s 1950.M&N
Interstate Gas & El 6s 1951..J&D
Interstate Nat Gas 6s 1936—J&J
Interstate Power 1st 5s '67. J&j
Deb gold 6s 1952
J&J
Interstate Pub Serv Oo—
1st & ref 624s 1949 ser B..J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D
1st & ref 424s '58 ser F...M&8
interstate Rvt 4s 1943—...F&A
I
Interstate Railroad—
Eq trust 524s July 1 1936-37— 6
Interstate Teiep Oo—
1st M 5s 1961
A&O
Interstate Tel & Tel 524» 1953 J&J
Interstate Water 6s ser A1940 F&A
Iowa Electric Co—
1st mtge 6s 1939
J&J
1st lien & ref 6s ser A 1949 M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1950. J&D
Iowa El Lt & Pr 7s ser O '42.F&A

10424

Iowa-Nebraska Lt & Power—
1st lien & ref 5s '57 ser A.M&N
1st 1 & ref 5s 1961 ser B..M&8
Iswa Pow & LI 1st 424s 1958 M&S
Iswa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957—J&D
DeD 5* 1968
M&S
1st mtge 524s 1959
M&S

Debenture 6s 1960
M&N
Iswa Ry & Lt (Cedar Rapids —
1st & ref 5s June 1946 B...J&D
Iowa Southern Utilities—
1st s f 8s 1938
1st & rsf 6s 1943
1st & ref 5V4s 1950

A..

105

A&O
.F&A

32"

6721
70

;

8824
-1

mm «*»

58

1

1933

■

103

5724

7124
8324
7424

7224
8324
7524

50

105

8024
6624

6724

84

8224

124

9524

26

124
73

72

10124
7424
7424

85

75

7524

101

±

6

7924

124
8124

7624

79

10524
104

10624

107

106

45

47

M&S

86

88

Leipslg Overland Pow 6V4« *46..

34
'95

—T&t

77

101

Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941.J&D

10524

1st M 424* 1961 «er A
J&D
Little Rock G & F 6s .1937-M&N

10524

Little Rock Ry & El 6s '38--A&o
Lockhart Power 514s 1950..F&A

106
101
104

91

92

11624
100

lOl"

104

10324
10424
10224
8524
10324

105_r
8624

10424
92

104

105

10254
98
85

Long Isl Lighting 5s 1936—M&S
1st ref 68 1948
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser B...M&S

10324
9824
8624

Long Island Water 524s '55.M&N
Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958....J&D

h

Nominal.

1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A

10354
90

10124
9624

J&J

1st & ref 4 24s 1978 ser O.. A&O
Memphis Street Ry—

60
40

85

43

108

J&J
M&F

10554
102

M&N
M&N

106 51

10251

100
Metrop Edison Obrp 6s 1961 M&S
Metro Wat Serv—See Fgn bds
Metropolitan West Side "L"—
1st gold 4s 1938
F&A ♦/1224
Certificates of deposit
f
1224
Exten gold 4s 1938
122
J&J f
Certificates of deposit
/
12J
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s '42.J&J

39

Mex Lt & Pow 1st 6a '40 8 f.F&A
Mexican Utilities 7s 1939—A&O

39

3324

Michigan Associated Telep Oo—
103

f

1st & ref 6s 1943........M&S
9124
1st M 5s 1956
86
J&D
Michigan Nor Pow 1st 5s '41.J&J
105
Michigan Public Service Oo—
1st g 5a 1947 ser A
—.A&o
&
Middle States Telep 6s A '47. J&J
99.
Middle West Utilities Oo—
5s ctfs of deposit 1932-....... / 2224
5s ctfs of deposit 1933........ / 2224
5s ctfs of deposit 1934...
/ 2254
5s ctfs of deposit 1935-—.
/ 2224

Middlesex & Boston St
Ry—
1st and ref mtge 524s 1942.J&J
Middlesex Elec Lt Pow 5s *55 J&J
Middlesex Water 524s 1957.A&O
Middlesex & Somerset Trac—
5s 1950
J&J

J&J f
Midland Util deb 6s 1938 ..M&S /

9824

9024
83

86

10724
103

10324
30

Michigan Gas & Elec Oo—

Milwaukee Elec

80
116

107
66

1
13

Ry & Light—

1st & ref 5s 1961 ser B....J&D
1st M 5s 1971
J&J
Milwaukee Gas Light Co—
1st M 424s 1907
M&S

Minneapolis Ga. Light Co—
1st M 424 • I960
J&J
jt 6s 1944. A&O
Minnesota Power & Light Oo—
1st & ref 5a 1955.........J&D
1st & ref 4 24s 1978
M&N
Mississippi Power Oo—

Minnesota Nor Pr

..T&D
3824
Lone Star Gas s f 5s 1942 ..M&N k 10424
Long Beach Gas 1st 5s *56.. J&D
73

Secured g 6s 1945
J&J
Oonv deb g 514s '52 ser A. A&O

101

J&J

Lockport LH&P524«A '54M&N
Lombard Elec Oo (Italy)—

W*

1st extl 7s 1952

91

M&N

1953..

Lincoln Pub

Mass Utilities Associates—
8 f deb 5s 1949 ser A—,. .A&o
Maysville P Serv 524s A 1942A&0
Memphis Power & Light Co—

Midland Natural Gas Uo—
Oonv deb 6s 1935

107

Serv 5s, 1939.-J&J
Lincoln Tel & Tel—

Oonv deb 524s

97

9824
9224

J&J
M&N

Mich Fuel & Lt 6s A 1950--.J&D

102

100

6724
6724

96

J&J

1st M 5s 1961
-.—.A&O
Mich Elec Pow 0s A 1944....J&D

10024

(Ky) Ry—See Ky Tr & Term
Lexington (Ky) Tol¬
ls! M 6s w w 1944—..—M&S
98
Lexington Util 1st 6s 1952-.F&A
10224
Lexington Wat ref 524s 1940.F&S k 10124
LexingtonWa Pow Co 1st 5s'68J&J

94

90

75

1st mtge 4s sbr G 1965—".M&N

Lex

3%

6824
64
5024

Power—

119

85

Lewis & Clark Bdge 3 24-5s 1953—

&

11424

84

6a series B Dec 1 1935

81

Light

1st & ref 5s 1953 ser O
1st M 424s 1968 ser D
1st M 4s 1971 ser E
1st 5s series F 1902

75

,

4
102

Metropolitan Edison Co—

Lawrence

Lehigh Teleg 5s ser A 1949-J&J
Lehigh Valley rransit—
1st M g 4s Dec 1935 opt—M&S
Ref & impt g 58 I960
J&D

/
/
/

15-year s f 7s 1941—
J&D / 32
Manuf'rs Wat (Pa) 5s 1939.J&D
103
Maritime Tel & Tel 1st 6s 1941 J&J
109
Ref & gen 5s ser A 1956
104 24
J&J
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T
Market St Ry (San Francisco)—
1st s f 7s 1940 ser A Jan
93

10724

Larutan Gas 1st 624s w w '35J&D k 100

(Mass) Gas & Elec—
1940 ser B
F&A
Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A
.F&A

/

1st M s f 524a '51 ser A
J&J
1st M s f 524s 1952 sot B..J&J /
Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Cos

152

10124

524s 1950.M&N

1st M 424a

69

102

J&D

10724

10624

1st and ref mtge 6s 1950-—J&J
Lake Superior Dwt Pow—
1st M & ref 5s 1956
J&D

31

1st g 5s 1936

3-5s series B 1945
Meridionale Electric Co—
1st 1 f 7s 1957 ser A
...A&O

Lake Shore Power Go—

56

73

10124

F*4

Lake Sh Gas 1st

95

70

M&S

& Power—

10724

B 1942...F&A

82

light

150

YV4 f

79

1142*1
10424

3-5s series A 1945

1st M coll tr 6 ^4s 63 ser O F&A
1st col&ref524s 1060 ser D F&A
514% gold notes 1935
E&A k
6s coll notes ser A 1942—.F&A

Gen gold 5s Eeh

101

102i

A&O

90

524s series B1964—

Madison Co (111)

20-year s f 524s 1946
Sink fund deb 5s 1955

106

31

107

M&S

MacLaren-Que Pow 624s Feb 1*61

Maryland

100 54

A&O

La Crosse Telep 524s 1948... J&J
Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946 A&O
Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s 33 J&J

50

1st & ref 6s 1954

1st M 524s 1950 ser A
Massachusetts Gas—

105

-

ser

M&N /

.

13

104

...

Kings Oo Elev—See Bklyn-Queens
110
Kings Oo utts & 111 ist 5s '40-A&O
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54--J&J
11324
1st ref 6V4* 1954
T&Jf 11724
Kingsh'way Bdge 624s '62.A&O f 80
Knoxville Trac 1st 5s 1938..A&0
Kokomo W W 5s 1958
J&D
10424
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RR
ist 5s 1951.
—-P&A 1 23

6s coll notes
46

f 7s 1948

1st lien coll tr 524s 1937..A&0
Manitoba Power Co Ltd—

108

10424

Purch money 6s g 1997
A&O
Edison El ril Bklyn 4s '39 J&J

95

s

10124
103 H

M&N

8524

Lucerne Oo (Pa) Gas & Elec—
1st ref&lmp g 5s'48 op'13 A&O

108

.

87

/

_F&A

10024
10324

102

Mi

8524

1947—

10654
10724

J&D

1948

10524

Hydro-Elec—

1st sfg 624s 1944
F&A
Lower St Lawrence Power—

Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1936.-M&N
Malone (N V) L & P 524s '56. J&J
Manhattan Ry con 4s g '90.. A&O
Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of dep.
2d gold 4s 2013
J&D
Manila Elec RR & Ltg Corp—
lBt lien & coll tr 5e '53—M&S
Manila Gas Co—

1st mtge 424s 1965
M&N
Kentucky El Pr 6s A 1951..J&J f 2724
Kentucky rniel Gas Oorp—
1st 6^s 1942 with warr..J&D
Kentucky-Ohio Gas 2s
1958
Kentucky Power & Light Oo»—r"
1st m 5248 1948 ser B....M&8
8624
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
1st & ref gu 5s *51 opt '14-F&A
/ 80
103
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949-J&D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 6 24s Sept *48 ser D M&N k 102 54
1st M 524a 1955ser F
A&O
9824
1st M 5s 1961 series G
F&A
91
5a series H 1961
..F&A k 92 24
1st M 5i 1969 ser I
r&J
9024
1st 7s series J 1957
..F&A
10524
1st 6s series K 1957
M&S
100 54

5Basis. / This price includes accrued int. k Last sale,




106

1st M 6s 1955 ser A
M&N
1st M 6s 1957 ser B
M&N
1st & ref. 6s 1947 ser O... e&a

4724

86

8424

.

Iowa Gas & Elec 1st 8s 1938—J&J

ser

104
100

Debentures 6s

■

Deb 6s 1950

114

Laclede Gas Lt 5s 1939

International Railway (Buffalo-

.

113
31

111

...

106
113

Debenture 7s 1944
J&J
Macon Ry & Light 1st 5s '53.J&J

Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s '37.A&0

89

4724

354

10524

ist 1 & ref 5» 1961 ser B

8624

_M&8|»/9124

.

Kansas Gas & Electric—
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A..M&S

"924

depositj——- /

Intercontinents Power1 Co—
,
Debs A 6s 1948
J&D f
International Hydro-Elec System!
Conv deb.6s 1944 w w
.A&O
toteraat'1 Pow Ltd 624« 1957 M&S
Deb 6s 1957
M&S

ser

3

10624
10524
10624

Keokuk Elec 6s 1945

724
724

...

Sec 7s 1952

105

11124

Louisv Ltg 5s 53
unstmpd—A&O
Lowell Gas Lt 1st 524s 1947-M&S

1st M

1st M 414s 1961
F&A
Kan City Pub Serv 3s 1951.-J&J
Kansas Elec Pow 6s 1937
J&D
1st M 6s 1943
J&D
1st M 5s 1951
J&D

1980

60

10324
10154

Luneburg Pow L & W W (Germ'y;

10424

F&A

Key West Electric 5s 1956—F &A
Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978
M&N
Keystone Telephone Co—
1st & ref 524s 1955 ser A..J&D

A&O

1932

103

58

Los Angeles Ry 5s 1938—A&O

Louisiana Pow & Light Oo—
1st mtge 5s 1957
J&D
Louisiana Stm Gener 6s 1939 M&N
Louisville Gas & Elec Go (Ky)—
1st & ref 5s 1952 ser A—M&N
1st & ref 424s 1961 ser O.F&A

1st 7s

& Light—

96
40
40

A&O

106

106
10724
10624
10424
107 24
10724

M&S

Los Ang Pac Co—See Pac El Ry
Los Ang & Pac RR—See Pac
EIRy
Los Angeles Railway
Oorp—
1st & ref s f g 5s 1940-.—J&D

Lower Austrian

'

10524

Rapid Transit—

of

105

M&S /

1942

94

1st & ref g 5s '66 op tax-ex. J&J
Certificates of deposit

Certificates

6s

J&J

O

10324

"124

Kewanee(111)Pub Serv6s A'49 J&J

Deb ■ f 7s 1935
J&D
Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948—-A&O

6%notes 1932
Certlflcat
Oonv
note

M

Kansas City Power

9224

.

3824
3824

31
2

524

.F&A

107

..

108

1st & ref 5s 1936F&A
10524
15
Kanawha ValTr 1st M5a '46.J&J f

105

Inland Gas 614s 1938
I&A
Certificates of deposit
Sinking fund deb 7s 1938.F&A
Inland Pow & L s f 6s '36 A M&S
Coll tr s f 6s 1941 ser B —M&N

Inter borough

105

107

10424
10324

J&D

Cons mtge 3s B Dec 31 1962—
Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957
M&S
Kanawha Trac & Elec Co—

10524

Sec Oo—

ser

.

M&S

1958

Ool tr 6s 1957

10424
10324
10324

1024
1024

2924
24

Kansas Pow 1st 5s 1947
M&S
Kansas Power & Light Co—

w ater—

& ref. g 424" 1940 opt..J&J
Ilea & ref 524s 1953...M&8

/

-

5024
5024
924
924

7s 1943-—.
.J&D f
104
(NY) Telep 5s 1954. J&D

1st mtge 4248

106

J&J

Gen & ref 5 24s 1943 ser F M&S
Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser G
M&S
Gen & ref 6s series H1942 M&S

36

City Hon & Pat—See P S Oorp
Johnstown Traction 4s Dec. 31' 62 /

1st

10524

98

86*

3624
5124

10124
10554

Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser D..M&S
Gen & ref 524s 1947 ser E J&D

Kansas City Clay Co & St Joseph

9454

.

secured

^

41

Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 6s 1958 ser A
M&N
9124
Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957—F&A k 10854
105
1st & ref 5s 1955
M&S
Ind Nat Gas & O—See Peo G L&O
Indiana Pr 1st 17 J4s *41 A .M&N
109
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s *43..J&J
95
Indiana Service Oorp—
1st & ref M 5s Jan 11950—J&J
6724
1st 1 &;ref 5s 1963
6724
F&A
Indiana & S W Gas & Util—
6% conv notet 1940
20
J&D r
Indianapolis Oolumbus & Southern Traction 1st 6s 1948..F&A
60 24
Indianapolis cat 6s 1952
97 24
A&o k
Indianapolis Power & Light—
10424
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&J
50
Indianapolis Ry 5s, 1967

1st lien & ref 5s 1970

g

Ry 1st 5s 1941—

10124
10424

M&N /

1st M 5s 1948...

1st
1st
1st
1st

10024

65

ler

Works—

Indiana Electric Oorp—
1st M 6s 1947 series A—.M&N k
1st M 6Hs 1953 series B..F&A k
1st M 5s 1951 series O
M&S
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J
Indiana General Service—

Indianapolis

Deb

Kansas City Gas Is* to *46

.

1st lien coll 524 1938

gold 524s series A 1955.J&J

Tamest'n

10224

524a 1945
M&S
Indiana Assoc Telep 6s A '62 J&J
Indiana Central Telep Oo—

„

1st

lames River Bridge Oorp—
1st sink fund 624c 1958—-J&J

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B...F&A

....

1st & gen 5s 1961

_

1st M 424s 1961 ser O

111 S eastern Telep 6s 1946..J&J
Illinois Water Service Co—
1st mtge 5s 1952 series A—J<» J

.

Superpower Oorp—

1st & gen.
1st & ref g

42

63

f 5 24" 1953 ser A..M&S

::::

& ref 5s 1957

Independence Water

1

5s stamped 1942
—
Debenture 6s ser A 1952.M&N /
Income deb 6s 1952 on June— /
Jamaica Water Supply Oo—

Uo—

8if deb 524* 1957

s

9824
9724

9624
7554
102 24

10654
opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Oorp—
1st & ref 6a 1953 series A..A&O
100
1st & ref 524" 1954 ser B..J&D k
9624
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser O
9254
J&D
,

10524
10254

10124

[aland Gas & Electric—

25-yr

Bid

Gr»rp—
mtge 4s 1970--A&O
5s 1939 opt—.M&S

3724

Deb 6s '63 (without warr) __J&.1
Tacksonv (Fla) Gas • f 5s '42.J&D /

J&J k 10754
_J&D t 105
10224

Illinois Northern Utilities

100

-M&N

Italian

1st & ref M 324s ser B '70-A&O
Illinois Commercial Telep—

1st 5s series A 1948

f 7s 1952

103

._

Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947
111 Bell Telep 1st 5s 1950

s

Bonds.
Los Angeles Gas & Elec

10124
10124

M&S

B

ser

95
120

11954

Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 6s '54 AM&S
5s 1962

10624

Aak.

Bid.

1st & ref 5s 1955

M&B

10224
102 24

10354
104

,9724
100
96

90

Mississippi Power & Light—
40

1st

M 5s

Mississippi

76"

10024
110

106

River

J&D

Fuel

Oorp

92

—

F&A k 10224
107
Mississippi Riv Pow 5« '51..J&J
Deb 6a May 1 1947.
M&N
10224
1st s f 6s 1944 ex-warr

107

105

1957.

10624
10124
10424

10024
10224
98

99

*Negotiability impaired by maturity, tCalled Dec. 1 at 105.

tCalled Jan. 1 '36 at 103. j

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

DEC., 1935]

Bonds.

^

81

'

k

Bid.

Bonds

Ask

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Bid.

^

,

Ask.

■

n

..

1st A ref

s

99 %

100
100

96%

94%

9034

.

107
98

1071

98 J

1951—A&O
deb 1939—
J&J

m%
49 34
101%
83%

102%
86

78

8034

83%
102

Morgantown Water 5s 1965
>ru side El St Ry—See Phila Oo

Mountain States Power Oo—

71

9034

9334

93

1st M 6s 1938 series B._
Muncie Wat Works 5s 1965

96

104

Municipal Serv coll 6s 1956. F&A
Mut Fuel Gas See Peoples G L A C
i

73

_

78"

74%

10634

10634

106

10634

I IVA
50

28

Deb g 6s 2024
J&E
hio Public Service Oo—
1st M & ref 734s *46 ser A.A&O

114

10834

1957 ser A——.J&J
1st 5s sink fund ser B 1957-J&J
5s series O 1958.
J&D

Ref & ext gold 5s 1958
Nassau El RR—See Bklyn

105

10034

:

'39.J&J
Neb-Iowa Bdge 634a 1943—F&A
Nebraska Pow 1st i34« 1981-J&D
Toll Bridge 6s stmp

89

9834

19
'

1934
1934

19

2%
'

45

110
117

M&S

A&O

50"
111

118

86%

Debs 6s July 1941
J&J
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944—Q-J
Newark Oons Gas con 5s '48.J&D

N J

I

at

Hud Rlv

Nsw Mexico Power—
1st M 5s 1958
Vv.

7334

J&J

Inc 6s

Nov

1949

ser

A

J&D

Newport Gas Lt 5s A 1961. .J&D
Newp News A Hamp Ry G A E—
1st A ref 6s 1944

7334

IV*
73

74%

81
85

12134
11834

12234
11934

102
104

104

10234
11034

112

112

Northern Ohio Pow & Lt—
Gen & ref 534s 1951
M& J
Northern Ohio Trac & Light—

11234

114

113

11434

i
3

Northern Penna Power

f 534s

1970

....

....

10034

—

56

10334

9034
99

9234
102

8734
8634

8834
8734

73

74
73

*f 72
104

1st 5s series B 1951
M&N
N Y Cent Elec 1st 634 s '50.M&S

8834
10234

10534

534% notes 1940
Northern Texas Elec Co-

108

10334

2334

8434

8434

10434

105

109
94

11034

11734
69

Paterson Ry—See Pub Serv Oorp
Pecos Valley Power & Light Co.

10334

....

109""

1st 634s 1937 ser A
Debenture 7s 1942

M&N

7334

J&J

13

Peninsular Tel Oo 1st 534s '51 J&J
Penn Central Light & Power Oo—

105

9934
lst&ref 4 34s 1977
M&N
1st 5s 1979
...M&N k 10234
Penn-Ohlo Edison CoDeb g 6s 1950 ser Aex-w.M&N
10034
97
Deb 534s 1959 ser B
F&A

Pennsylvania Electric Co—
1st & ref 4s 1971 ser F
M&N
1st & ref 5s ser H 1962—A&O
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Corp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A—M&S
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Oo—
1st 1 & ref 534s '55 ser A..M&8
1st lien & ref 5s 1958
MAS
Deb 6s 1940
JAD
Pennsylvania-Ohio Pow A Lt—
1st A ref 534s '54 ser A...JAJ
Penna Pow Co 1st 5s 1956
JAJ

9

Certificates of deposit

Called Dec. 13 at 105.

107

10834

11

61

109'
74

7934
14

10534

9934

10134
98

it*

9634
10334
8534
99
95

&

97

10434
8634
100

9634

8334
10434
106

10634

10534

10534

Pennsylvania Pow A Light Oo—
1st M 434s 1981—.—..—AAO

60

Union El (Loop) 5s g '46..AAO ♦/ 17
Certificates of deposit
f
17
Northwestern Light A Power 6s
Series B 1950
82 %
FAA
Power Oo

95

88

10634

10634
)
10634
i
107%
)
105%
) k 10334

1st M 634» 1933 with warr.J&D

f conv 6s '60

10334

Penn Pub S 1st 6s serO '47.M&N k 108
1st & ref 5s series D 1954. J&D k 105

Northwest Elec 1st 6s 1935.M&N */101
6s stamped 1935 ext to 1945.
101
Northwestern Elevated (Chic)—
1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&8

m s

104

21

106

Northern Utilities Co—
1st lien s f 6s 1943 ser A__M&N
60
8 f deb 634* 1943
M&N / 26
Northern W'cheeter Ltg5s'55_J-D
107
N'west Cities Gas 6s 1949
72
J&J
Northwest Louisiana" Gas—
_

120

10734

106

1/

1st

at 105.

A&O

80

10534

105

105

10134
M

1534
1534
22
19

Pennsylvania State Water Cor
1st lien 534s 1952 series A-L__
10134
Penn Teleg 5s 1960 ser O
JAD t k 105h
1st mtge 4s 1965
10334
A&O
Penn Water Oo 5s 1940
10634

10234
10334

—

Penn Water & Powers f 5s
1st ref 434s 1968 ser B

'4QJ&J

113

-M&S

lis"

106

Ltd—

ser A. J&J

Certificates of deposit—

t Called Dec. 19

a

105

)

Northwestern

96

10534
11934

Pacific Northwest Pub Serv—
Conv deb 6s 1950
MAS /
Pacific Power A Light Co—
1st M 5s 1955
FAA

consol gold 6s 1949.
M&S
Paterson & State Line Traction—
5s 1964
J&J

Northern States Power ~Oo^-

_

9234
9034

73

78

)

10634

102

7134

Pacific Light A Power Oorp—
Pac L A P Oo 1st 5s 1942.JAJ k 115
Pac Ltg Oorp deb 4%a 1945.AAO
10334

Pacific Teleph A Telegraph—
1st & col tr s f g 5s 1937.-J&J 2
Ref M 5s 1952 series A
M&N

10134
10634
71
51

)

68

10534

10534
10834

10134
10534
6934
50

1

M&S

Passaic & Newark El Traction—
6s 1937
J&D
Paterson & Passaic Gas & Elec

10534

88

103!
103 J

Pacific Elec Ry g 5s 1942—-J&J

10234

9834

9634

87

Otter Tail Pawer Co (Minn)—
534s series D 1945
.—J&J
5s series E 1946
A&O
Ozark Power & Water Oo—
1st s f 5s 1952
—..M&S
Pacific Coast Power 5s 1940.M&S

8534

107

95

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1955ser D
J&D
1st & ref 434" 1957 ser E—J&D

87

103

106%

1st & re* 4 34s '60 ser F... JAD
1st A ref M 4s ser G 1964—JAD

Oo^-

114

10534
10434




s

Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952

11034
10334
10234
10234
105

104"

Newp News A Old Pt Ry A El
1st g 5s Nov 1 1938M&N
Newport Water 5s 1953
New RochelleWat 534s 1951 M&N

n

1st M

22

86%

Pacific Gas & El ref 5s '42—-J&J
1st & ref M 6s 1941 ser B.J&D

104
112

10734

91

101%

Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A. A&O
Ottawa Trac 1st 534 s July '55J&D
Ottawa Valley Power Co—

10234

9834

86

10634

10534

t™JB.at
Impaired by maturity,

10534

k 10634

82%

J&J

5s 1952

4Q,
11034

lst&ref m 434s 1970 serE-J
Northern N Y Utilities Inc—

7134

1234

Oslo Gas & El Works (Norway)—
Ertl sink fund 5s 1963
M&S
Ottawa L H & Power—

10034

New Orleans Oity A Lake—
1st sf 6s 1943
J&J
New Oriean* Pub Service Oo—
1st A ref 5s 1952 series A
AAO
1st A ref 5a 1955 series B—J&D
5s stamped 1942

8434

M&1S

|

39""

7034

Orange & Pas Val R—See P S Corn
Oregon Elec Ry 5s *33 opt.-M&N f
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—
1st M 5s 1957 series A
—J&D

9744

'

,

88

89

Los Angeles-Pacific RR—
1st & ref mtge 5s 1943.M&S

10734

M&S

88

37

A&O

10634

97

/

160"

102

Los Angeles Pacific Oo—
1st ref g 4s 1950 opt *15—J&J

>

North El Oo & Nor Pap Mills—
See Indust bonds

Ry & Ferry—

1st gold 4s 1950 opt
M&S
N J Pow & Lt 1st 434s *60—A&O
New Jersey Water Oo—
1st M 6s 1950—
F A A

....

10534

6s A 1947
M&S
North Shore Electric 'Co—
1st & ref g 5a '40 op '20—A&C
North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

1946

f 6s 1947

102

-J&D k

M&N
J&J
New Eng Pow Aesn 5s 1948.A&0
Deb 634s 1954
J&D
New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951
J&J
New Eng Tel & Tel—
1st 5s 1952 series A......J&D
1st 434* 1961 ser B
M&N
Newfoundland Light & Power—
534s 1971
J&J
1st 634s ser A 1949
J&J
New Hampshire Pow 6s Dec.1943
New Haven Water—
1st & ref 434s A 1957
J&D
1st & ref 4 34s B 1970
A&O
1st & ref 434s O 1981
M&S
4%a 1983
M&N

93

North Shore Coke & Chemical—

_.:>rth ind Gas & El 6s '52
Northern Ind Pub Serv—

10234
,

Cony deb 5s 1950
Convertible deb 5s 1962

85

104

New Castle (City of) W 5s'41 J&D
New England G & E Association
Deb g 5s 1947
M&S
Conv deb 5s 1948

North Penn Gas Co—
1st M & lien 534s 1957—M&N

1st & ref 534s

84

■

,

87

Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s 41.J&J
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 '51
Omaha & Ooun Bluffs Ry & Br

Refunding 5s 1961—
106

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938—A&<
North Jer St Ry—See P S Oorp.

1st & cons s f 5s '48 op *15"J&I
Northern Conn Power Oo—

New Brunswick (Oan) Pow Oo—
1st M 5s 1937
M&8
New Brunswick «NJ) Lt H & Pow
4a Dec 15 1939

'8834
102

North Hudson Lt H & P uo

Gen'l loan & coll 534s 1961.J&J
Northern California Power—

117%

10134

...r

gold 5s 1937 opt
F&i
Northeastern Public Service—

Y

15334

5134

1st

96
120

Newark Term—See Pub Serv N J
New Amsterdam Gas—Bee N
G E L H & P

10334

8734

4%

98%
89%

Nat Public Service Oorp—
Debenture gold 5s 1978—F&A
Certificates of deposit..—.

Nev Calif Elec 1st 5s 1956

:

88"

Nat Pow & L deb 6s 2026 A.F&A
Deb 5s 2030 ser B
M&N

Deb 6s 2022

4M

1

101
y

Nat Gas & El Coro 534s '53-F&A
1st lien 5s A 1953
F&A

Nat

102

$9

8634

11234

10334
10334
10134

101

k 102%

10834

103

107%

9134
10434

11134

8934

42

107
100

Debenture gold 6s 1940
M&S
Okla Natural Gas 6s 1946 A-.J&J
1st m 5s 1948 ser B
F&A
Oklahoma Power & Water
1st m 5s 1948 ser A
F&A
Okla Power Holdings 5 34s '43 J&J

J 10434

Ontario Transmission Co Ltd—
1st gu g 5s '45 op bef *16—M&N ,11134

103

37

M&S

Omaha & Council Bluffs St Ry—
Income 5s 1937
J&J / 25
111
Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to *13-F&A

10734

1944—J&J

110

108
108

North American Edison Co—

103

J&J
Queens

98

107
107

'

Nassau & Suff Ltg 5s 1945..F&A
Nat F.lec Pow Oo aeb 5s 1978 J&J

2

110
Nortolk St 1st g 5s
North American Co.

10734
8934
1st M 5s 1950—

9934

fc

1953.

ry

57

1st 634s 1943 (with war)...J&J

1st

Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)

111

2

10034
106.

106%

Nashville Railway A Lignt—
Oons g 5s 1953 opt 1908—J&J

ll034

Westchester Lighting—

Niagara Lockport & Ont Pow_
1st & ref 5s 1955 series A-A&O

112

70

See N Y Gas Elec Lt & Pr

Niagara Falls Power—
1st & cons 6s ser AA *50--M&N
5s series A 1959—

yk: y.

11234

30

f

i:; 87

105

Nashville Gas A Heating Oo—
1st M gold 5s 1937 guar—M&N
5s 1937 mot guar)
M&N

109

97

M&N

11234

11134
ser B
F&A
110
1st & ref 6s 1953 series C.M&S
1st & ref 5sl954 ser D. ...M&S k 10534
1st & ref 534s ser E 1961M&N k 105%

10634
11134

_M&N
M&N

1944--M&N

1st & ref 7s 1947

134

Narragansett Elec Oo—
1st M 5s

107

28

1st M 5a 1956
N Y Tel 1st 4%a '39 tax ex.M&N
N Y Water Service Oorp—
1st M 5s 1951 ser A
M&N

Mutual Telep (Pa) 1st 5s45.A&0 d 10434
Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel

\

27%

r

11034

1st mtge 6%a

86
107

hio L & Pow 1st 5s

£Jorp—

f notes 1935

■<

10634

hio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B J&J
1st & ref 434s 1956 ser D-J&D

10634
10634
111

■

1st & consol M 4s 1965
M&N
hlo Elec Pow 1st M 5s 1957 J&D

10634
10534
10034
90%

99

'50-J&J f

1951

84

J&J

A&C)

1957

9934

M&N
Certificates of deposit—.— /
134
110
Y Steam 6a 1947
.M&N

N Y &

10134

...J&J
J&J

1st A ref 5s 1938

10234

1st con 6 %a 1962

1st M 5s

col tr 5 34s 1953 ser.A

98

1st con g 4 34s '62 op '13—M&N
Certificates of deposit
1

N

v.:
'

8834

98

.

1st M 6s 1952.
New York State Rys—

6%

M

1938.J&J
1969

10234

10234
1st ra 434s 1980--'
M&S
New York State Gas & Elec Co—
1st M 534s 1962
A&O k 10734

10634
50%

m

hio Edison 1st 5s

1st & consol 6s I960..... F&A

23d St Ry 5s 1962
J&J / ::::
N Y & Richmond Gas Oo—
10834
1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A..M&N
N Y State El & Gas

10234
10034
j-. J'?'*

87
1st

10534

Bway & 7th Ave. 6s 1943---—

105

9934

——

10534

A.
J&J
assented 1965—
Adj income 6s Jan 1 1965-Apr
6s stamped 1965
Bleeck St <& K F 1st 4s

'gjf

98

10934

104
111

68 prior lien

104

102

-.M&N

gden Gas 5s 1945.

109

A&O

1067

mtsre

tork rtys Uorp—
Prior Hon 6s 1965 ser

105 >4

Mount Home Telep 5s
Mount Hope Bridge 5s

10934

26
31

J&D

634s 1947

tew

Deb g 5s 1962 ser A—---J&D
Montreal Isl Pow 534* 1957.M&N
Montreal Lt fit A Pow Oonsol—

3% conv

10934

N Y and Queens Elec Lt & Pow—
1st & cons M 3%b 1965—M&N

>

102

Montreal Tramways—
1st A ref g 5s 1941 opt..—J&J
Gen A ref 5s 1955 series A. A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B—A&O
Gen & ref § f 4 34s '55 ser O A&O
Gen A ref s f 5s 1955 ser D. AAO

131

10834

99

102%

'

11334

126

1*t

11534

1st ref & coll tr 5s

11234

NY&Westch Ltg
Deb g 5a 1954
si Y Power & Light Corp—

;

9934

97

1st ref 6-7s ser A 194 J
J&D
Scotia Light & Power Oo—
1st M s f 5s 1958 ser A
—J&D

125

1949—-F&A
*95 J&J
5s 1948—J&J
g 5s '44.-J&J
J&J
4a 2004—J&J
op guar—J&J

NY&ER Gas 1st
Con 5s 1945

10634

18..J&J

f 5s '43 op

12334

New Amster Gas

■

98
102

-

ova

1948--—J&D

1st g 5s Dec 1

44

Mont Cities Gas 7s A 1937-MAN
Montana-Dakota Power Oo—
Ext 1st 5%a^%a 1944
J&J
Montana Power—

109

Ed El 111. N Y. con g 5«

....

54

)ebenture 6s
A&O
ist & gen mtge 1965 1960-A&O
4%a

10634
10734

11034
10634

Pur mon coll tr 4s

58)4

80

Monongahela Light A Pow Oo—
1st M 5s 1949
..—J&D
Monongahela Valley Traction—
1st M g 5s *42 opt '22....J&D
Monongahela Valley Water—
1st M5Hi 1950 series A..J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st Hen & ref 5 %• ser B '53 F& A

no

N Y Gas Elec LH & P Oo—

93

100

.

_

.

1st lien A ref 634o 1941---A&0
1 & ref 5s ser B 1944—A&O
at 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser O—A&O

56

60

Gas—See

Y A East River
N Y G E L H & P

New York Edison Cto—v

^

Mob Lt & UK 1st g 5s '37—J&D
Oons g 5s 1941
M&S
Monmouth Oons Wat 5s '56. J&D

^

....

91

Mobile Gas Service Corp—
1st 5s 1956
A&O
1st cum inc 9s ser A '56.-A&O
_

•

53

MobUe Bay Bridge 7s 1951.J&J
2nd sink fund 7s 1951—..J&J

N

92

Missouri Edison 1st 5)4sl947 J&D
Missouri Q as & Elec 6s A1944 M & S / 63
1st & ref 5s ser B 1957
J&J / 61
Missouri Power & Light—
1st M6Hs 1956 ser A
10634
MAS
104
1st M 4 Vis 1958 ser B
MAN
Missouri Public Service Oo—
First mtge 5s 1947 ser A„F&A / 57
Mo Rlv Sioux City Edge Oo—
91
1st s f 6s 1953
MAS 15

Northwestern Pub Serv Co—
1st m 5s ser A 1957
—J&J

43%

4434

43

44

/This price includes accrued interest.
t Called Dec. 9 at 105.
!

k Last sale.

,

n

Nominal.

* Negotiability

-■

'

PUBLIC

Bid

Bonds.
Penn Wat Serv 5a ser A

*67—F&A1

Peoples Gas <N J) 1st 6s *08. J&D
J&D
1st s f 5s 1968
People's G L & Ooke. Chicago—
1st cons g 6s 1943
.__A&C)
Refunding gold 6s 1947—M&8
1st & ref 4s 1981ser B
J&J
1st & ref 6s ser O 1967
J&D
Ohio G L & O 1st 6s 1937..J&J
Oonsum Gas 1st g 6s '36..J&D
Ind Nat G&O g 6s '36 gu.M&N
Mutual Fuel Gas g 6s '47 M&N
Peoples Light & Power Oorp—
1st lien 6
Oonv deb

6s

94""

95*1
1

113%
105%

114%
105%

87
102

88

105%
103%

105%
103%

108%
/

——

61%

J&J f

1979

62%
5%

o

Peoples Tract—See Phlla R T
Peoria Water Works CJo—
1st consol 4s 1948
Prior lien 6s 1948
1st con 6s 1948
1st & ref 6s 1960
Debenture 4s 1960

Ardmore Street 6s

97%

MAN
M&N

99

104

M&N
F&A

100

101""
100%

66

...

Philadelphia Company—
Secured gold 6s 1967

J&D

70

101%
30

1968—A&o

103%
Duquesne Lt 1st 3%s '65. J&D
85
Duquesne Trac 1st 6s '30.-J&J
88
Plttsb Rys 6s 1963
A&O
33
3d Ave Tr 1st 6s 1934
J&D
Be Trac 1st & coll tr g 5a '60 A&O
United Trac 6s 1997 ctfs_.J&J
33
West End Trac con 6s "88.J&J
112
PhUa Elect 1st 6s 1966..—A&O
106%
1st M 4s 1966
A&O
107%
1st lien & ref m 4 Ha 1967 M&N
1st & ref 4s 1971
J&A
106%
Philadelphia Elec Power Oe—
1st mtge 6 Ks 1973
»&A k 110
Phlla & Garretsford St Ry
45
1st 6s 1966
F&A
Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
81
Ooll tr g 6s 1967 opt s f..F&A
80
8 f guar 6s *62 opt r17
M&S
6s geld
1962—
M&B
1st m r e 6s 1944
J&J *95
VDarby Media & Ohes St Ry
27
1st 4%s '36 opt '16 gu._J&J
72
Hest Mantua & Falrm 6His '39
Market Street Elev Pass Ry
97%
L
8J?U 48 1966.
M&N
Union Traction—
Elec & Peo 4s tr ctfs '46. a&O r io%
People's Traction Co—
P P Ry tr ctfs 4s '43 -F&A r 23
80
Union Traction 4s 1952.J&J
Phlla Subur-Oountlea Gas A Elec
107%
1st & ref 4%s 1967—... M&N
Phlla Sub Water Os—
'
105%
1st s f 4s 1965—
M&S
Philc& Western Ry 6s I960-.J&J r 13
Piedmont Hydro-El Os (Italy)—
35
1st & ref sf6%« 1960 ser A A&O
Piedmont & North—See"RR"
96
Pinellas Wat Co 5%s 1959—M&S
107
Pitts & Alleg Telep iBt 6s '49-J&D
Pittsburgh Rys—See Phlla Co

103%

35"

11*

..

34

108

107%

97

28

98%

Pittsburgh Suburban Water Sery
1st 1 & ref 6s 1958
M&S
Plainfleld St Ry 6s 1942—J&J
Plalnfleld-Un Wat 6s A '61.M&M
Plattsburg G & El 1st 6s 1939
Pemeranla Elec. 6s 1963—M&N
Portland Elec Pow 6s 1950 -M&S

108%

105%
15
37
98

102%

104

86
108
105
27

'

'

109%
107
28

17

Portland(Me> Gas L 6s A *60 A&O

18

105

Pertland General Elec Oo—
1st & ref 4%s I960
1st M 5i exten to 1950

72%
107%

M&S

J&J

Gas & Coke—Portland (Ore
1st & ref g •s '40 spt 20.—.
ad* u..spt '20—J&J
1st l'n & gen 4%s 1940
J&J

73,
1072

,

82
80
67

-

Portland (Me) RR 3%s 1951.J&J
1st 1 & con m 5s 1946—M&N
§4%
89
Psrto Rlcan Power 6s 1950.M&N
97
Ports Rlcan Rys Ltd 5s 1936M&N
97
Porte Rico Telep 6s 1944—-J&D
Postal Teleg & Cable 6s '53—J&J / 35%
Potomac Edison Os—
105%
1st mtge 5s 1956 ser B...M&N
1st M 4 His 1961 series F..A&0
105%
Potomac El Pow—
Cons M g 6s 1936 guar..J&J
Gen lien & ref 6s 1963——A&O
Po ver Corp of Canada Ltd—
Oonv deb 4%s 1959
B.M&H
87%
Oonv deb 5s ser A 1957
J&D
97%
Power Gas & Water Bee Osrp
Ooll tr 6a 1948 with warr-M&N
84%
Power Secur coll tr 6s '49—J&D
96,%
Providence Gas 4s ser B1963 F&A
100%
Prussian Elec 6s 1964—
F&A / 31
Pablic Elec L Oe & (St Albans, Vt)
1st 6%s 1966 —
A&O
103%
Publlo Service Oe of Colorado—
1st & ref 6s 1953 series A..M&B
105%
1st & ref 6 %s'54 series B.M&S
104%
1st & ref 6s ssrles O 1961.M&N
105%
Deb 6s 1946
101
M&N
Pub Ser of Indiana 6s 195" T"-A
94
Public Service Corp of N JTrust certs 6% perpet—.
131
Camden Sub 1st 6s 1946
100%
Consolidated TractionExtended 5s 1938— J&D
89

83

80%

86%
92

100
99

35%

106%

HH OO (NOO

::::

88

98%

—

*

*

107

32%
105
106
105

106%
102%
95

133

£

92

64
75
99

Trent 5s '62..
J O Hob & Pat 4s 1949—A
Nor Jer St Ry 4s 1948—M&N

Elisabeth &

100

i
,

88

;

'mmmm

Peterson Ry—
-

-

-

--

"

^

'AA

I

67

104%
wiversiuo

116

86

m

86%

82.,

105%

r

r

r

r
r

__

33%

32%
32%
32%
32%

332

35

33

35

Sioux

mmmm

68

111%
108%
100
1126

/ This price includes accrued interest,

IK

,

107%

101
103

A

99%

100%

108""

110

ser

XW

s-rwv

x




105
105

f

,

102%
100

i

80

98%

105"
99%
56%
88%

99
100

105%
100%
106%

101

105%|

M&S

100%

105%

35
50

91

113

eryice.

Pub B

111%
81

Without privilege
South N E
Telep 1st 6a
Deb g 5a 1970So Ohio Elec 6s 1956

83

83%

82

84

100

103

104

tm

107%
101%

105%

lt)3%

101

102
:

103

101

101
123

121%
112

J&D

105

J&D

114
,

105%

29
29

31

31

_

91
,

104 %j

92

105]

89

90

1105%

Southwestern Bell Telep—
1st & ref M 5a 1954 ser A.F&a

i

101%

101%

...

1st M 5%s May 1 1900
M&S
Southern Wise Pow 6a 1938 .A&O
Southweatern Assoc Telep Oo—
1st M 6a 1961
A&O

106%

102

100 H
107

1948-J&D

Certificate*, of deposit—
Southern Utah Pdwer Oo—

98

104

101M

1st g 5%i 1959 ser D
J&J
Southern Trac—See Phlla Oo.
Southern United Gaa Oe—
1st lleo 6a 1937 with warr a&o

m

102

103

Southern Natural Gao Oorp—
1st s f 6a 1944 with warr.—JJtJ

I

81%

101K |

S f deb 0 %• 1936 ier A
A&O
Southern Gas Utilities, Ino—
1st M ■ f 6%s 1939 ier A.M&8
South Ind G & E 6%i *57—A&O

114%

51

17

.

106%

San Diego Oonsol Gas & Elec—
1st mtge 4s May 1 1965
San Diego Water Supply Oo—
1st m • f 5s 1955
—M&N

99

98%

,

lit lien & coll 5s 1958
A&O
S f deb 6s 1958 ser
A——F&A
Southern Colorado Power Oo—
lit g 0s 1947 series ▲
J&J
Southern Counties Gas (Calif)—
1st M 4%s 1968
M&N
Southern Gas Oo—

102

108

110%
o

100%
98

98%

■

103%

,

104

103

92

105]
95]

.107%

102%

1st M & ref Is
Aug 1 1965.F&A
South Calif Telep lit M 6s
194?
Southern Canada Pr Oo Ltd—
lit M 5s 1955 ser A
97
A&O
Southern Cities Pub Bert Oo—
Oonv deb 6s 1949
103%
M&N
Southern Cities Utllltiei Oo—
100

90

b

103

M&S

1st A ref 4% 8 1961

106%

M&S

1051

_

49

51

M&N /

z

34

104
104
101
99
95

M&8

1st & ref. mtge 4s 1960

.

1st ref 6s 1952 series A
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1958 ser B
J&J
San Antonio Tr 1st 5s '49...M&S

Nominal"!

29

Debenture 3%s 1939..
M&S
Debenture 3%s 1940
M&S
Debenture 324s 1945
M&S
Ref mtge 3%s
May 1 1960
Ref mtge 3%s ser B
July 1 '00Southern California Gas Oo—

(/ 33

1951—A&O
107%
StLGas &Ooke.See "Indus.Rds"
St Louis Sprlngf & Peoria RR—
1st & ref gu g 5s '39 opt..J&D
90
St Paul Oity Ry—See Twin Oity. R T.
St Paul Gas Light-

»

105%
112

F&A

Teleg—
1st ■ f g 6s 1941
107%
opt 1910—J&J
Sou B'vard—See Third
Are By.
Southern California
Edison—„
i.
Refunding 5s 1954.
J&D *
}05
Ref mtge 4%s 1955
M&N|

108

St Louis Oo Gas 1st 6s

k Last sale.

20

104%

,

106

JLO.
VfV.ua
1st cons bum. 5s 1959
guar
M&S
St Jsseph Gas—1st 5s 1937-J&J

I
6 Basis.

85%

Oo—

Southwestern Gas & Elec Co—
1st mtge 6a 1957 ser ▲ —-J& J
1st M 5» 1957 eer B
M&N

|k

1st 6s series O 1961....M & N

Peb. 1 *36 at 105.

83
19

,

St Jsseph Ry, Lt Heat & Powerlit g 5s Nov 1 1937
M&N
1st & ref 5s 1946—
.....J&J
St Joseph Water 6s 1941....A&O

17s 1942

ser

Oo'.

102

Power—

f 6%s '46F&A

Oity Gas & Elec

o

St Olair County (111) Gas & El—

s

s

M&S

ec

-

101
106

1st mtgs s f 4%s 1979
J&D
Saguenay Elec 5*%a A 1953. .J&J

Deb

i

.F&A
O.F&A
J&J
Sioux Oity Sery 6s 1951
J&J
Snow Mt Wat & Pr 6s
104%
1937--J&J
j Somerset
Lighting 5« 1939—F&A
107
98
Somerset Un & Middlesex
Ltg—
Mtge g 4s Dec 1 1943
VQV
106
90%
47XU.,
J&D
South Bay Oonsol Waterlit ref 6s 1950.
78
M&N
South Carolina Power
Oo—
1st lien & ref 6s
108
1957
J&J! , 97
South Coast Oo
57
6%s 1943
J&J\L
South Jer G E & T—See
Pub Bert »u orp.
South Pittsburgh Water
Oo—
1st lien & ref 6s 1960
103%
ser A.J&J
1st lien & ref 6i 1960
105
ser B. J&J
1st M 6s 1955
23
103%
F&a
102
6% So Texas Gas 6%s 1938 A..m&S
Southeast P&L deb 6a 2026 .M&S
99
Southeastern Gas & Water Co—
1st lien 6s 194455
J&D
1st lien 6s x-w
87
102%
1941——„ J&D
Southern Bell Telep &

If 2i

M&N

Salisbury & Spencer—Bee Ne Oar
Salmen Rlv Pewgu 5s '52 ep F&A
Salt River Val Water Users Assn
6s 1938-1943
F&A
Refunding 6s 1956
M&N
Stewart Mt Pow 5%s '57-A&0
S*n Augelo Teiep 1st a* 1958 f&a
3*n Antonio G & E 5s 1949.M&S

Oorp

ser B
1st 25-yr 5%s 1950
lit M 5s 1960

105

96

1st 4s 1945.
A&O1
Rutland Ry Lt & P 1st 5s 46-M&S
Safe Harbor Water Pow. Corp—

gsld 5s 1944

f 6s 1936

1st 6s 1947
1st 6s 1949

100

Gen mtgs 4 His 1977 ser D.M&8
6s series E 1962
M&S
Rochester & Lake Ontario
Water 5s, 1938——
Roch Ry & Lt 5s '54 opt—J&J k

s

1st g 5s 1949
opt
Silesian Elec

103%

105%

'

Lighting Oo—

Sierra Pacific Power Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser A
Sierra & San Francisco

32

100
Roanoke Ry aT El 5s 1953—F&A
89
Roanoke WW 5s 1950
J&J
Rochester Central Power Oorp—
Deb g 6s 1963
M&S k 76%
Rochester Gas & Elec Oorp—
107
Gen M 5%s 1948 series CLM&S

Gen

26

99

1st coll tr 4%s ser D
'70--A&O
Shebeygan Elec—See East Wis Ei
Shenango Val Water 5s 1956A&0
Shinyetsu Elec Pow
(Japan)—
1st sink fund
6%s 1952.—J&D
Shreveport Rys 1st 6s. *36-44.J&J

84

28%

102

1st coll tr g 4s 1952
—J
Rio Grande Valley Gas Oo—
1st M 7s 1937 ser A
A&O
..Jverside Trac—See Pub Ser Oor
Roanoke G-L 5%s 1951——

Gen & ref 6s 1952
J&J
Salina Lt Pow & Gas 6s '43.A&0

50

74
57

22

.M&S
opt 1914—-A&O
F&A
Second Ave Trac—See Phlla
Oo—
Sedalla(Mo)Wat 5%s 1947.F&A
1iShawlnlgan Water & Power Oo—
1st M&cols f
4%s '67 Ser A A&O
1st col tr 4%s '68 ser
B—M&N
1st coll tr 5a 70 ser
O....F&A

82%

A&O

May 1948

92%
92%

70

Seattle-Everett Traction
1st M g 5s 1939
opt 1914—M&S

Deb

69

Richmond (Ind) W W Corp—
1st M 5s 1957——..--M&N
Richmond (8 I) Lt & RR—

Gen M 4%s

61

1st 5s 1944
Ref g 5s 1949

103

7% sec. notes 1936
Richland Public Service—

1st & ref 4%s 1953 ser O..J&J
Rockford Elec Oo 1st 6s '39.M&8
Rockland light & Pow—
1st M 5s 1938
M&N
1st ref 4%s 1958 ser A—M&N
Rome (N Y) Gas, Elec Lt & P—
1st ref 5s 1946
...J&D
Rome (Ga) Ry & L 5s *46—A&O
Ruhr Gas Oorp 6% 8 '63 A..A&0
Rumford Falls Pow—

73
23

91]
91]

1961

Seattle

115

—A&O
T&A

if

103%

70
56
20

.....

106%
105%
103%

-F&A

Rocta Ry cons 6s g 1930—A&O
2d 6a ( 1933 ctf dsn
J&D
Rochester & Syracuse RR—
1st M conv 5s ctfs 1957-M&N
Rochester Telep Oorp—

102%

Scranton Transit ser 5s
A1959.
4s series B 1959
Income 3s 1959

80%

104%

—-J&D,

.

12

107""

-

Uman—|

6s 1953

105

106

n-Bpg Brook Water Serv—
1st & ret 6s 1967 ser
A— F&A

5s.

——J&J
Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germi y)
Mtge g 7s 1950...
M&N
Direct m 6b 1952
M&N
Con

103
8
72

-—

69

San Francisco Bay
1st M sink fund

Be Jersey Gas El & Trac—_
3

33

86
822.
79%

J&D

Sandusky Bay Bdge 1 st6 % s '42 J&J
Toll Bridge—
6%s '57.M&N

99

iiovw"

Rhine-Ruhr
Extl deb 6s 1953

104%
105%

Scran to

107%

San Antonio Public Service—

58""

56%

Orange & Passaic Valley—
1st 5s 1938

77%

107%

See Invest Trusts

v-

88%

J

-

76%
31%
85%

110

98

Mar 11946
6s'43-J&D
Scranton Elec 5s '37
opt '12.J&J
Scranton Gas & Water Oo—
1st 4%s 1958
M&S
Scranton
Ry & Bus Oo—
1st 5s series A
1959.—.
1st 4s series B 1959—
2d 3s, 1959

Railway & Light Securities—

5s 1951
Wat Serv

109

Schenectady Ry 1st 5s
Scioto Val ity &Pr 1st

103%

M&8

.

26

101%

104%
103%

1st col tr conv 0%s 1948—A&O
Paget Sound Power & Light—
1st & ref 5%s 1949-—-J&D
1st & ref 6s 1960 ser O——M&N
1st & r«f 4%s 1950 ser D.J&D
Quebec Power Oo—
_i
lit M & coll tr s f 5s 1968-J&®
Queensboro Gas & El 5s '62.J&J

105%
106%

Savannah Elec & Power ~
1st & ref 49 1947 ser
1st & ref M 5s ser F D—Q-J»2
1955.M&S
Savannah Elec Oo 5s g 62. J&J
Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s 1947 ...A&O

105

1st ref 4s 1971
^-Aac0
Public Service
Subsidiary Corp—
Deb 5%s series A 1949
J&J
Public utilities Oonsol Oorp—
1st M 5%i 1948------M&S
Secured oonv 6s 1938—..M&S

1st & ref 5a 1937

11%

105

101

110

San Jose Water
Wks 5s 1953.J&J
Santa Barbara Tel 5s
ser B'61.J&J
Bauds Falls Os
Ltd—
1st ■ f 5s 1955 ser A
A&O

101%

Oorp of Long.Island—

Cons 6s 1955

.

109%

Joaquin Light & Power—
1st 6s 1945 opt aft 1910 J&D

102

101,

1st 6s 1934Publlo Service Oo of Oklahoma—
1st mtge 6s 1961 ser O.—-M&S
First mtge 6s 1967 ser D.M&N
Public Service Elec & Gas Co—

1st coll tr

Ask.

& ref 6s 1962 ser
B—M&S

San

102

109%
104%
101%

1st & ref 4 %• 1981 ser F -A&O
1st 1 & ref M 4 %s ser I '60 - J&J

Republic Gas 6s A 1945
Certificates of deposit
Republic Service Oorp—

89

U

101%
101%

Rapid Transit St Ry 8s 1941-A&0

83
83

Bonds.
Joaqoln Lt & Power
Oorp—
Unif

10321

102„

3%s ser O I960.-F&A
1st mtge 3%s ser D '60—M&N
Public service Oe of Nor 111—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op 21—A&O
lot & ref 6s 1966 aeries O.M&N
1st & ref 4 %s 1978 ser D .M&N
1st & ref 4%s 1980 ser E—J&J

Pub Berv

Alt.
San

1st mtge

Ref 6s 1965—

•

-

Bid.

Bonds.
Public Service Os of N H
1st & ref. 4%s 1957 ser B-A&O

Ref 4%s 1958----M&S
Oenv g deb 6%s 52 ser A.A&O

'

_

:

92%

93%

J&J

>{a 1941

Ask

BONDS

UTILITY

i

82

1

II

Called Dec. 1 at 105.

103 %
103%
105%

105"

t

* Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t Oalle

83

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

DEC., 1935]
la_j

*11

MnT.re

nrleea

are

**end

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds

Interest" except where

™<§atIoS for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue.
Bid.

Bonds.
Southwestern Light & Pow Go—
1st M 6s 1957 ser A
FAA
1st M 5s 1957 aer B___—-F&A
Southwestern Natural Gas Oo—

Trey City Ry—See Un Tr (Alb)
Turner Falls Pow A El 6eA"62 JAD

98

-

93#
93

1st s f 6s 1945
------M&N
Southwestern Power A bight-

94

MAS

92#

93#

Southwestern Public Service 0<^—
1st M s f 6s 1946 ser A_...JAJ

101#

102#

series A

Deb g 6s 2022

49

50#

84#

86

55

17
49#

51"
51

~2'~
107#
103#

Springfield City Water—1st A ref 6s ser A 1944-—MAN

101

Gen

103"
104#
40#

60

/

60#
58#
54#
54#
60#

58#
54#

FAA

62#
60

55#
55#
62#
.60

55#

Standard Public Service Corn—

63#

65
65

45

46

4

6

63

1st lien 6s series A 1948—FAA
1st lien 6s 1948 ser B
JAD
Standard Telephone Oo—■

A.M&N /
6s 1938——-MAN /

1st 1 col tr 5 #■ '43 ser

Stettin Pub Util 7s 1940AAO /
Steubenville Wellsburg A Weirton

28#
70

AAO

ValJ
Suburban Gas Co of Philadelphia
1st s f g 6s Apr 1 '52 op *07 A AO

30
75

Stewart Mt Pr—See Salt Blv

110

„.

MAS
JAD

105
105

105#

105

117
118

107#
Sjrrac Rap Tr 1st g 5s 1940-MAS
2d mtge g 6s 1930
JAJ
Taoonv-Palmyra Bridge—
6s 1962
JAD
Debenture 7s 1952-JAD
Taiwan El Pow s f 614s 1971-JAJ
Tampa (Fla) Gas 5)4# *50--AAO
Telephone Bond A Share CoDeb 6s 1958
JAD

!r ll»

Telephone Service (Ohio)—

18#
5

80#
101#

102#

78#

66#

AAO f

81

1953.FAA
Light—
g_5s 1964..—MAN

Ill"

81#

82#

78

79

12#
28
30

79#

69
94

73

7

5
30
25

JAD /

....

•

Deb

4
4

g

5#s

1947-

5s 1959
Utilities Public Service
Oonv 0a 1933

100#
30#

95

-

103

aft '14 JAJ

58

1st ref g 4s 1960 opt

Adj inc

g

6s Jan i960 opt—AAO

Third Ave RR 1st 6s g

r37—JAJ

Sou Boulevard g 5s 1945—JAJ
Union Ry 1st 5s g 1942-FAA
Winchester El 1st 6s g '43 JAJ
Yonkers Ry 1st 5s 1946.. AAO
Tide Water Power 1st 5s '79.FAA
Tehe Electric Power (Japan)—
1st s f 7s 1955 ser A—MAS16
Tekye Elec Light Oe (Japan)—
1st g 6s 1953 series
JADlfi
Toledo Edison 5s 1962
MAN
Traction A Term'l Corp 5s '57JAJ
Trenton G A El g 5s 1949—MAS
Trenton St Ry con g 6s '31-JAJ
General 6s, 1941
..JAD
Tren Pass Ry 1st ext 6s '01.AAO
Tri-Oities Water 6#s 1942.. JAD
Trl-State Telep A Teleg—
5)4* 1942
MAN
1st M 6s 1942 ser B
MAN

a

104#

23#

56#

b*—
9

7#
50#

.JAD /

■

'•

JAD /

mm****




t.

103#

Wasmngton Bait A Ann El—
1st M 5s Mar 1941 op
MAS
Wash'n (D O) G L 5s 1900—MAN

fnl%

JAJ

7#
118

105#

105

.....AAO

102

Washington Gas A El Oe—
1st s f 5#s 1947
1st M 5#s 1953

118#

ser A

100
99

86#

104

105

55

X

55

X

/

7#
89

90

70

106#

101#
103#
102#
102#

103

107

6%ts'41.MAN
Western United Oorp—
Coll tr a f 8#s 1955
_JAD
Western United Gas A Elec Cs—
1st 5#s 1955 Ser A
..JAD

102#
109#

103#

ext at

104#

;•

••

105#
103#

101#

MAS

Western Utilities Oorp—
1st coll tr sf5#s 1948.
99 H
JAD
6% notes 1937
....MAN
100#
Westmoreland Water 1st 5S..1952
Wescphaiia United El Pr (Germ)
1stMif 0s 1953
JAJ / 32#
Wheeling (W Va) Electric Oo—
107
1st M 5s 1941 opt
....MAN
104
Wichita Water 0s 1949-.I1MA8
1st M 5s 1950. ser B—...FAA
103
1st m 5a 1900 ser O—
104#
MAN

1st M 5s 1955
MAN
1st lien A ref 6s w w 1960.FAA

FAA
JAJ

5s

'

52

101#
32#

106

105

102#
68#

104

69#
100

1947

J8!
1st

81

80
79
74

:

:

AAO

15 "57-JAD16

M 4#s 1901
...JAJ
Wisconsin Minn Light A Pewor—
1st A ref 5a 1944
opt '19-MAN
Gen A ref 7s 1947.
J&J
1st A ref 8« 1944
MAN

Wisconsin Pow, Light A Heat—
1st A ref 5s 1940
JAD
Wisconsin Public Service Com—

80

1st lien A ref 5#s ser O'59MAS
Wise Pub Service Co—
1st A ref 5s. 1942—
.JAJ
Wiscon RIv Pow 1st 5s 1941 MAN
Wise Val EI 1st A ref 6« '42MAN
1st mtgei 3#s 1942—
MAN
Wolverine Power 7s 1943—_ J AD
Worcester A Conn Eastern Ry—
1st • f g 4#s 1943—.—/JAJ
Worcester St Ry 5s A 1947.J&D
Worcester Transit Association—
Cum income 6s 1952

104

106#

107#

93

95

105
105

106
106

106

107

106#

107#

J&D f

112

100

105

100

105

99#
104

\9?,K
105

103

104

106
105#
105#

'

106#
105#
102#

\

•

'

•

106""
104

103#
66

p 67

59*

*

92"

94

40

42

31

33

Wyoming Vail P S 0s 1971—AAO

60#

Yadkin River Psw 1st 5» '41.AAO £106#
Yonkers Ry—See Third Ave Ry.
105
York (Pa) Gas 1st 5s 1941.MAN
York Havsn WatAP 1st 5o'51 JAD
108

York Rys 1st M g 5s '37 opt. JAD

105#
105#
1

75

59#

103#

■

mmmm

103#

100
104

/ Flat price,
105.

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

t:0;

V

'

105

1st 1A ref 0s 1952 ser A—AAO
1st A ref 6#s 1953—.... JAJ

io5#

65

Called Jan. 1 at 104.
6 Basis, d Called Dec. 2 at 105.
t ^Called Dec. 2 at 104.
*♦ Called Feb. 1 at

Dec 1 at 105.
BC.

105#

95#

79#

—M&N

1st lira A ref 5s ser G 1901. JAJ
1st lien A ref 0s ser H1952 MAN

87

108
77

102#

99

97
85

104^

"

92

.

1958

100#

JAJ

48#

n

96

Refunding 5s

106

Wisconsin Power A Light—
1st 1 A ref 5s 1950 ser E—MAN
1st lien A ref 5s 1953 ser F JAD

30

100

6s m 1930 ser B

103#

Wisconsin Michigan Power Co—

59

58#
56#

1st A ref 5s 1950 ser B—. JAD
1st A ref 0s series O 1952.MAS

..

101#

6

95#

2-yr 6% notes Feb 15 '33-FAA
Western Public Service Oo—
1st A ref 5#s 1960
FAA
Western States Util 0s A '45-AAO
Western Union Telegraph—
Coll tr 5s 1938-..-—.J&J
Fdg ARE M 4#i g '50—MAN
6#s Aug 1 1930
FAA
25-year g 6s 1961
..JAD
30-year 5s Mar 1 1960
MAS

1st M

Warren Ohio Telep 6s 1942.M&N

94

83#

-

100#

1st M 5s 1954 ser A
FAA
Wisconsin Gas A Electric—
1st g 5a 1952 opt 1919
JAD
Wisconsin Hydro-Elec Oo—

73

98

98

MAN

108#
108#

Virginia Public Service Oo—
1st A rsf 5#s 1940 ser A..FAA

Deb sf 6« 1940.

1st M 5s 1951
1st 6s series B 1950
Conv deb 6s 1935

106

Va Elec A Pow 1st 5s 1955- AA< ► X 104
1st A ref mtge 5s ser B '54.JAD d 104#
1st A ref M 4s ser A 1955.M&N
103#
106
Virginian Power 1st 5s 1942. J&D

88

83#

AAO

A

West Virginia Gas Oo—
1st s f 0#s'37 with war.JAD
Wrest Va-Ohio River Bridge— .
1st M 0#s 1952
—JAJ
West Va Water Serv 5s A *51 F&A
Western Cont Util 6s 1944—M&S
Western Lt & Telep 5s 1954. A&O
Western Mass Oos—
4% notes 1939
F&A
Western N Y Utilities 6s '40.JAD
Western N Y Water Cs—
1st M 5#s 1950
.MAN

122

{102)1

102
73

110

102

104

-

Deb g 6s 2022 ser A—.—-JAJ
1st A ref 5s 1956--...—MAN
Third Avenue Ry (New York)—

112#

107^

106#
106#

Utilities Service 0s 1953
/
Oonv dab 0#s ser A 1938.]
Vamma Water Pow 5#s '57. AAO

Vicksburg Bridge A Terminal
0s 1958MAS
Debenture 7s 1948
.MAS

;

109
120

107

5s Jan 1 1935

_

85*

106
71

96

WlMaosJn) Electric Pswer Os—""

-JAD
FAA

Vesten Elec Ry 7s 1947

ser

105
70

£

123

—

Willlamsport Water Oo—
1st m 5s Aug 1952 ser A—MA«
AAO
97# Winnipeg Elec ref 6s '54

93

....

99#
28

1st M 5s 1957

121#

~|ig#
108v

120"

0—.JAD15

Deb

88

-

89

Utilities Power A Light Oorp—

87

85

87

,

119#

Gen M 6s 1950 ser D—AAO
Gen 5a 1952 series E._
.JAJ

JAD
FAA

96#

97#

Utlca G A EI ref A ext 5s *57. JAJ

Terre Haute W W Corp—

82

—

33
100
100

88

.MAN

1st 1 A gen M 5s 1944....FAA
1st 1 A gen M 4#s 1944—FAA
Utica El A P 1st 5s 1950...JAJ
ser

105
'

A.MAS

1st 5s series B 1957

95

g 4#s 2004
JAD /
Albany Ry con M 5s g '30.JAJ /

5#s 1949

1st M 4s 1961 ser H
West Penn Tr 1st 5s
West Texas Utilities

Mat UnOs

78#
78#

MAN

B 1952—MAN

United Ttl*p(Del)6a A 1943 AAO
United Tel A Tel 5#s A1953 MAN
1st lion 0s ser B 1953- —MAN
United Traction (Albany)—

Gen

PennElec.deb5s2030.AAO

J.00"6® i®4*

W
United Railways of Havana—
Eq 7#s Feb 15 1936 ..FAA 15 f 11#
United Rys of St LouisGen g 4s July 1 1934
JAJ */ 28
City A Sub Pub Serv 5s *34.JAJ / 28

103#

9
9

8

87

1st lien 0s series B 1950—-AAO

1#

Utah Power A Light Oo—
Deb 6s May 1 2022

89#

107#

8

Western Pow (Can) 5s 1949..JAJ
Western P L A Telep—

104#

a

98

Terre Haute Traction A

1st M 5s 1956 ser B
Texarkana W 1st 6s '58—-FAA
Texas Cities Gas 1st 5a *48—MAN
Texa« Elec Ry 5s 1947——JAJ
Tex Trac 1st 5s 1937 opt..JAJ
Texas Electric Service De¬
ist mtge 5s I960--—...JAJ
Texas Gas Util. 6s 1945—..AAO /
Texas-Louisiana Power Go—
1st 6s 1946 series A—.—..JAJ
Texas Pew Corp 6s I960—-MAS
General 014* 1956
MAS
TexasiPow A^t 1st 6s 1937 JAD

108#

-

93

AAO

1st M 6s 1949 ser A

107#

98#

96

106#

...

39#

98#

73

Tennessee Public Service1—

1st con M

85

22*

i2!H

Tenesssee Electric Power—

1st A ref 5s 1970-A
Tern! Hydro Elec 614s

114#

90

93#

78,

A—JAD
-JAD k
opt—MAN

101#

1st mtge 6s 1947 ser B
FAA **105
United Public Service Oo—
Coll tr 6s 1942 ser A.....AAO / i 2#

f 5#s ser

West

West Penn Power—
\
1st M 5s '46 op '21 ser
1st M 5s 1963 series E
1st M 5s 1950 series

Gen g 5s 1947—.
Unit Tr (Pittsb)—See Phila Oo
105
United Wat G A E 5s 1941—MAS
Unterelbe Power A Light Oo—
S f M 0s 1953
AAO / 32#
99
Utah GasA Coke 1st 5s 1930. JA.l
1st 8s 1936
JAJ
96
Utah Lt A Tr 1st 5s 1944 A..AAO

100

1st A ref 6s 1947 ser

160"

Ry

Oon

MAN

-

....

67#
k
99#
1st 1 A conspl 5#s 1959--AAO
64#
Deb g 6s 1975
MAN
k 105#
United LtARys'Me)6s A '52 AAO
65#
deb 6s 1973.
JAJ
78#
Un LtARys(Del)deb 5#s'52 FAA

_

Oo—
1st M 6s 1943
—.FAA
Ref s f 6s series A 1955.---MAN

West Kootenay Pow 5s Mar 1 *56.
West Ohio Gas 6s A 1954

80

1st 4s Feb 1 1940
FAA
United Light A Power Oo—
Deb g 0#s 1974
MAN

s

88#

West End St Ry—See Boston EJ
West End Trac—See Phila Oo

United Elec Serv (Italy)—
Extl 1st i f 7s 1956 ser A..JAD
Without warrants
United Ilium Oo New Haven—

79#

81#

Tennessee Eastern Elec

1st A ref 6s 1956
Tenn Pow gu 5s 1962

106#

United Elec Rys (Providence)—
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A...
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B—

Coll

1It*

Temescal Water 1st 5s A '60 MAN

..

106

_

United Securities Oo—
Coll s f 5#s ser A 1952—

85#

Westchester Elec—See 3a div Ky.
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s '50.-JAD

■

118

108

.

107

100#
First lien 5#s 1951 ser A.MAN
Union Water Wks Oo—
4
1st lien 5#s 1942
MAS 15 /
113#
Unit Elec Oo of N J 4s *49-JAD

6#s 1933 with warr

67

.-MAS
'62—AAO
1940-----JAJ

Sweetwater Water 614s

1953

106

United Pub Util Oorp—
Conv coll tr 6s A 1960
JAJ
Conv coll tr 5#s B 1960—_ JAJ

d

Syracuse G«*s g 6s

6s

107

94

110#

Waterbury Gas Light Oo—
1st mtge 4#s 1958
MAN
Waterloo Ged Falls A No Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1940 op *15—JAJ
Certificates of deposit... Water Service Cos 5s '42—MAS
Watert'n LAP—See NsN Y Utll.
Waukesha Gas A Electric Co—
1st 5s 1959
JAJ
Wayne United Gas 6#s '44.JAD
WestCoast Telep 5s A 1953.J&J

106#

W Elev

United Power A Llgnt (Kansas)—
1st 6s series A 1944
JAJ

108#

1938.FAA
Super-Power Oo of 111—
1st 414s 1968
-MAS
Suburban Lt A Pow 6s

5#-6#s 1943

95

107

Ask.

91

1st ref 5a 1939 op
JAJ
1st A gen 6s I960
—JAJ
Washtenaw Gas 1st 5s 1953—J&J

106

1948—J&D
Union Pub Ser (Del) 6s '39..JAD
UnionPubServ(Minn)5sA'58JAD
Ry—See Third Ave
Union Trac—See Phila R T
Union Water Service Oo—

91

106

JAJ

Union

108#

6% conv notes 1936—-—AAO /
/
Certificates of deposit

1st M 414 s 1970
1st M 6s 1961
Sutter Butte Canal—

94

106

Union Gas System—
1st M & coll s f 5s

38#

1951——FAA
1966——JAD

Ry 1st 5s 1951

85

78#

5s

1st g 5 #s 1954 serA
Union Elev RR—See N

Standard Power A L Corp—■

Conv deb

/

1957———AAO
4#s 1957
MAN

General

83

80

v

Ujigawa Elec Power (Japan)—
1st M s f 7s 1946
MA815
Union El Lt A Pow Oo of St L—
Gen 5s series A 1954
JAD
Genl mtge 5s 1967 ser B—FAA

108#

100

6% g notes 1936 —- —AAO
/
Certificates of deposit

1957

s

f 7#* 1955——MAM
f 7s 1952—-—--FAA

102

(Calif) 1st 5s '39-M&S

Standard Gas A Elec of Delaware

Deb g 6s

s

104

1956—MAN

Ref A gen 6s 1940.—---MAS
Springfield (Mo) Water 1st 5s 36
Springfield Terminal Ry 7s 1942

Debenture 6s

106"

104#

Union Elec L A Pow of Illinois—

Springfield (Mo) Gas A Elec Oc
1st mtge 6s 1967 ser A
IAD
Springfield (Mass) St By—

Debenture fls

til M

Guar

Spg Br'k Wat 1st ref 6a 65-AAu
Spring Val Utll ref 6s 1943-JAD—

Stand Elec

100#

106

Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pew Oe—

__

Southwest Telep 6e B 1947-M&S
1st 6s series 01947-—-—JAG
Conv deb ser A 1932—-—-JAD /

80

99#

Twin States Gas A Electric—
1st A ref 5s Oct 1953—-AAO
\ aft I A ref 5 #« 1945 Ser A.MAS

106

City A Sub 5s g 1948
FAA
Washington A Suburban Cos—
Coll trust 5 #s 1941
MAS
Washington Water Power Oo—

100#

Guaranteed

Southwestern States Telep Oo~
lst M 6s 1948
MAS
Southwest Gas Co (Okla)—
1st s f 6s 1954
MAN
Southwest Gas Oo—
1st fm6#s '37 with warr_ MAN /
So'west Gas Util 6#s 1943.MAN f

1st A ref 5s ser B

79

„

Bid.

Ask.

108#

23d Street Ry—See N Y
Rye
Twin City Rapid Transit Oe—
1st lien A ref 5#s 1952..JAD
St Paul City Ry—
Cable cnt 5s 1937—JAJ15
m

Bonds
Wash Ry A El g 4s 1951
JAD
▲nacost A Pot 6s 1949—AAO

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

♦ Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t Called

s

I,.-

84

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS
Quotations for all securities

Par.

Stocks.

Bia.

are as near as possible for the closing

A»k.

Stocks.

Par.

day of the month preceding the date of Issue.

Bid

A»k.

PUBLIC UTILITY STKS.
Alabama
Power $7 pref

Par

-rlor

(t)

76

96 preferred..
(p
$6 preferred
(J)
Allegheny Traction—See Phlla Go
Amer Cities Pow A Light cl A.26

68

5
111
118

if)

17 Preferred

$7 second pref series A
$6 cum pref

634
2634

1134
2334
334
3734

(t

.........

Amer Gas A Elec com........(f)

96 preferred

—(t>

preferred

Sfi

preferred-.--.

Amer Service

38

110..

418

24k

J*

(t)

96

4

1

(Jj

Amer Power A Light com

25

14 3

25

6% Preferred

::
,

......(t)

pref units
234
6734

J&H
70

32

American Telep A Teleg
100
Amer Utilities Service common..

6%

(tj

preferred

...(f)

Arizona Edison com

Arkansas Natural Gas Gorp
Class A non-vot

1

(t)

...

Preferred

10

—

Arkan A Mo Pow 7% pref
100
Arkansas Pow A Lt 97 pref.. (t)

6%

(t)

preferred

Associated Gas A Elec
Common class A..

!6 preferred..............
634 preferred

434
1934

ii*
91

92

106
98

......

100

434
234
234
634

43

5

6

2

234
634

8734
8034

8834
8134
134

1

i*

:-V 234

4

97 first

Oommonwealth-Edlson Co
100
Commonwealth A Sou Corp comf
$6 preferred
.(t)
Community Power A Light—
First nreferred 6%

100
com

Community Water Ser com—
—

See Conn Light & Power—
.Conn Gas A Coke Sec pref
Common

434

38

Cons Gas E L A P (Bait)

41

5

6

Bell Telephone (Canada)
Bell Telep of Pa 034% Of

93

95

(tj

107

109

(t)
100

100
25

Beverly Gas A Elec
Birmingham Elec 97 pref
(t)
96 preferred
...—(t)
Birmingham Gas 96 pref .....(t)
Blackstone Val Gas A B pref.. 100
Blue Ridge Corp
1
93 conv preferred
(t)
Boston Elevated BR csm....lO0
Brazilian Tr Lt A PoW ord..—(t)
Bridgeport Gas Light—
(J)
Bridgeport Hydraulic Cs
20
Brit Col Pow Corp A
(f)

(t)

Class B

Broad River Power 7%

pref—100
Brockton Gas Light Co vtc_._2ft
Brooklyn Edison
100
Bklyn-Manbat Transit......(t»
96 preferred series A
(+)
Bklyn A Queens Transit com.(t)
96 preferred..
—.......(f)
Brooklyn Union Gas
——(f)
Buffalo Niagara A East Power
91.60 prior preferred. ...
25
95 firstpref
.......(t)
Cable A Wireless, Ltd
Amer dep rec 7 34 % A ord
£1
Amer dep rec B ord
£1
Amer deposit rets 5 34 % pref £1
Calif-Oregon Power Co—
6% preferrea series of 1927.100
6% preferred
—100
Calif Water Serv 6%prtf —100
Canada Nor Pow com
Preferred

(t(

34
134
1434

2*
1534

110

102"

99
85

"434

434
138

141

121

123

67
59
54
11
108

69

6034
56

13

334
4434

3
45

67

93.
3834
3534
2934
434

o8*
37
34
29

434
27

Capital Transit (Wash, D C)100
Carolina Pow A Light 97 pref (t)
96 preferred
(f)
Cent Arkan Pub Berv Corp pf 100
dent Hud G A E com v t c
(t)

6% preferred
100
Central Illinois Light 0% pf—100

—100

Cent 111 Pub Serv 96 pref

(f)

Cent Indiana Power 7% pref. 100
Central Maine Pew 9% pref.. 100

100

7% preferred

Cent Ohio It A Pow 6% pf—(t)
Central Pow A Light 7 % pref.100
Cent A 8 W Utll com .........1
Preferred
(t)
Prior lien pref
Kleo

(T)
Corp......1
7% preferred——..—190
Conv pref new
0% cum pref (without warr)-100
Central States Pow A L 97 pf (t)
Cent Vermont Pub Ser 96pi—(t)
Ches A Poto Tele of Bait pref.100
Cblc City A 'Don com part ctfa.(t)
Central States

10""

8

145

4134
'95*

4234
9934
334
3234

3134
6434

55

iWi

105

9634
234
34
6634

12]

1434
1634

23H

26

34
105

.—100
Duqupsne Light—See Phlla Co—
East Coast Public Service v t c._

54'

5034
64
116

120
21
88 >4

115
104

234
134

105
106

8634

49

234
94
86

i§*
95

36
97
,

110
110

,

66

(t)

....——(f)
.....—-(f)

Light Corp..—ft

$7 preferred
$6 preferred
2d pref series A
Optional warrants

(f)
—_(+)

108""
109

5534
1734

5634

W*
66
75

73

Empire A Bay State Teleg——100
Empire District Elec 0% pf—100
Empire Gas A Fuel Co pf 8%. 100
Preferred 7100

034% preferred
6% preferred-.....-

100
100

Empire Power Corp partic itk.(

3lH

3934

21

21

4834

49

13

$6

preferred

28

Essex A Hudson Gas

16
15

12

European Elec class A........ 10
Option warrants.....—....
Falrm't Pk A Hadd Pass By—See
Fall River Elec Light
——25

1

tB

Fall River Gas Werks
Federal

25

LlghtA Tr com

Preferred ($6)

15

...——(f)

Fed St A Pleasant Val—See Phlla Oo

100

,•

34
34

Federal Waier Service com A _(t>

$6 preferred
<634 preferred-.-

price.

a

Ex-dividend.,

if)

100
common v t c—

(t)

Hartford Electric
Light—.26
Hartford Gas com
26
Preferred
.........26
Havana Elec Ry
com—
1
0% preferred
......—100

Haverhill Elec Light
26
Hestonvllle M A F—See
PhUaRT.
Hoiyoke Water Power
100
Hudson County Gas
Idaho Power 7%
pref

lob

...100

6% 1st preferred

(t)

Illinois Pow. A Lt.
0% pref—.100

$6 preferred
(+)
Illinois North Utilities
0%preflOO
Ulum A Power Secur
1st pref.100
Illuminating Shares class A—
Indiana Service
Corp.—
0 % preferred
100
Indianap Pow A Lt 034 % preflGO
Indianapolis Ry Co v t c
100
interboro B T vot trust
.

ctfs.. 100

Hydro-El Syst A.—.25

Conv pref $3.50

series —.—.60

Internat Ocean
T«leg (guar)

Internat Power Co..
1st preferred
internat Power Securities

100

if)
100<r

»

oom.(t)
(f)

$6 preferred
international By y t e
—100
International Telep A
Teleg— (t)
International Utilities A
.....(f)
...

Class

B

1

$1.75 preferred
...........
$3 60 preferred
Interstate Natural
Gas......(t)
Interstate Power
pref $7
(T>
$6 preferred
low. (Southern

UtU, 7% pref—100
6% preferred
A

(t)

5

78

il*
18

32

Jamaica Pub Service
Ltd-..
Preferred
Jamaica Water

<t)
100

Supp 734 % pf—60
Jefferson Electric com
_(t)
Jersey Cent Pow A Lt 7 % pref 100
0% preferred

......100

534% preferred—

Kansas City Power A
Light—
1st pref $6 series B—

100

..(t)

Kansas City Pub Serv
com-.—(t)
7% preferre
....(t)
Kansas Elee Pow 7%

pref

100

Kansas Gas A Elec 7%
pref..100

167

sm
65
8

734
534
2434
2234

Kentucky Utilities, 0% pref—100
7% preferred
—..100
Keystone Pub Serv $2.80
pref—t
Keystone Telephone—

$4 preference
——...50
Kings Co Ltg 7% pref—.....100
6% preferred
100
.....

Laclede

Gas Light........
100
5% preferred
......100
Lawrence Gas A Elec Lt
.--25
Lincoln Telep A
Teleg com—100
Lockhart Power Co pref
Lone Star Gas Corp
(t)
6% conv preferred... ..—100
.........

195

40"
3534

II*
IS*
7
,44
49

5234

T.

034% preferred.—..
Lang island Llgntlng

...100

cam—(tj

7% preferred—........100
c0% preferred
-.-100
Las Angeles GAB
Carp, 6% pf 100
Louisiana Power A Light ib
pf (t)
Loulsv Gas A Elec com cl A
Louisville Railway Oa

Preferred
Lowell Electric Light-—
Lynn Gas A Elec Co.

(f)
100

—-100
25
.-25

Mackay Companies 4% pref..100
Maiden Electric Co
25
Maiden A Melrose Gas Lt
25
Manhattan Elev Ry 7 %
guar 100
Modified 5% guar
100
Marcon lnt Marine Communi—
-

Amerldep rets for ord shs—£1

58
21

Marconi Wire—8ee Can Marcon
Market StRy (SanFranscisco
100

2034
8234

0% preferred
...........100
0% prior preferred
-100
0% non-cum 2d pref erred.. 100
Mass Power A Light Assoctat'n—

:rr; 9

(t)

22

(t)
..._(t)

22

Common with warrants......
Common without warrants....
Preferred

60

22
51

Mat* Utilities Associates v t c-.l

(t)

56

%7 preferred
Fitch burg Gas A Elec Light
Florida Power A Lt $7 pref

Canadian

1334

100

Federal Power & Light pref

"134

34

100

38

80«

...(

Engineers Pub Serv earn—....(

$5 convertible preferred
(t)
$534 pref (with warrants)—(t)
$6 preferred
.........(t)

134
25
12

60

234

Ellz Consolidated Gas.......100

10634

Preferred
Hamilton Gas

Superpower Simmon
Debenture rights..

334
4334

Ellz A Trenton BB com......50
Preferred
—-50

107

(t)

Italian

15

87

105

64
72

57^
wB

El Paso Electrio Co (Del)
Preferred series A 7%——10ft

87

1534

111

6
54

11934

99
114
112

(t)

1534

i-

10234
87

11234

.

Eler Power A

107

106
107

101341

5% adjustment stock
034% pf (t)
Eastern States Corp com B___(t)
$7 pref without warrants
(f)
$6 preferred series B
Conv stock

pref

$5.50 pref
..(f)
Hackensack
Water..._2r
Preferred..
.....2ft
Hamilton Bridge

Internat

19134

234

23

47""

234

190

100
100
100

6% pref B stock

(t>

......

2234

Chicago Bye partic ctfs series 1
Series 2
100

r

34

...........—(t)
\% preferred
.....100
4j_
t>4% prior preferred
100
Eastern Mass St By com..
6 % 1st pref stamped

..1

—

Green A Coatee—See
Phlla B T.
Green Mt Pow
Corp $6 pref—(t)
Greenwich WaterAGas
0% pf.100
Gulf States Utll $0

4834

Eastern was ec mei Ajbsoc'i
itern Gas A Fuel Assoc s—

9934

102

Series 4

Duke Power

98

100

-

0.6% preferred—
100
$5 preferred
(t)
Continental Gas A Electric—
7% prior preferred
100
Oontlnen Pass By—See Phlla B T
Cuban Telephone pref
100
Cumberland Oo(Me)P A Lt pf 100
Dallas Power A Light 7% pref 100
0% preferred
(t)
Dayton Pow A Light 0% pref 100
Denver Tramway pref
100
Derby Gas A Elec $7 pref
(t)
Detroit Edison——.——100

$6 preferred
$5 preferred

partis ctfe—....... ... (t)
-

Wappa'nt.fl

Cons Trac of" N J—See "p _8 Corp
Cons Trac (Plttsb)—See Phlla Co
Consumers Gas (Toronto)....100
Consumers Pr (Maine) pr 6%.100

A

...

Elec Power Association ........1
Class ▲ full paid
1

6034
6034

Chic Dlst Elec Generat 96 pref (t)

Series 3

......

com

...

—(f)

-Vk.

New common

534

_ra

103

9534
234
'A*
66

Edison Elec Hlnm (Boston)—100
Electric Bond A Share ........(t)

.934




27
106

Consolidated Gas Utilities—

Eastern Utll Assoc com—

13

119""

Nominal.,

23

10434
10134

<f>

...

834

n

9534

Eist Shore Pub serv

11834

* Last sale,

9434

Georgia Power $6 preferred., (t)
Germantown Pass—See Phlla RT
Gloucester Elec Lt Co
25
Gold A Stock
Telep (guar)
100

Common..
Common...

100

Can Hydro-El Corp 6% 1st pf 100
Canadian Marconi
1

7% preferred

81

5% preferred series A
100
Consolidated Gas (N Y) com—(t)

("0
100
Bangor Hydro Elec com
25
7 % preferred
100
9% preferred
.....100
Baton Rouge Elec Co 96 pf—(t)
Beauharnols Power, com

1334
8634

1334

—

$5 Deferred-.

It* Elec. 96 pref
Bait Transit Covtc
Preferred v t c

85

534% preferred
100
634% preferred
—..100
Connecticut Power..
25
Connecticut By A Lighting
100
Preferred
100

2634

....

Corp. pref

78

4

2534

Gen Telep Allied $6
Gen Wai Gas A Elec
S3 preferred

com.

36
40

com

...

63
105

—

Connecticut Light & Power

100

6% cum pref

6134

...(p

Gen

64

103

(f)

7% preferred
Telephone Corp.
$3 preferred...
Warrants

5034

103

62

(t)

com

(t)

Atlantic <

4934
10234

52

Common

Connecticut Elec Serv

(t)
....(t)

$6 preferred...

General Pub Util
common.—.(t)
5% preferred

3

preferred
....(t>
Concord Elec Co 6% pref

100

pref.

Amer shs for
ordinary stock
Gen Public Service
Corp

35

15341

Optional warrants....

7

Atlanta Gas Light Co—

Pref

7% preferred
100
Columbus Ry PAL 1st
pf A 6 % 100
Preferred ser B 634 %
100

534
334
334

98 int bear allot ctfs

Assoc Telep Co Ltd 91.50 pf—(t)
Associated! elpA Teleg (96) pref (t)
Class A

...

7% preferred
100
Citisens* Pass Ry—See Phil R T
Citizens Traction—See Phlla Co.

6% preferrea series A—. 100
5% preferred
100
5% conv preferred—
.100
Columbus Delaware A Marlon

100

...

234

10

Coast Co Gas A El 1st pref... 100
Oolum G A El Corp (Del) com
(t)

uunxv j.

(Del) com A .(
Preferred 7%
—...
(
Preferred 8%
(f)
$6 cum conv pref ser A.
it)
$6 conv pref ser B
.(f)
Gen Italian Edison Elec
Corp—

26

(t)

Oleve

—owx

Gen Gas A Elec

90

100

Elec Ilium common ....(t)
$4.50 preferred
it)
Cleveland Railway.—.....—100
Certificates of deposit

•»

Stocks

100

....

7%

j Atk,

Gas A Elec of
Bergen County .100
Gen Elec Ltd see Misc

95

t

Preferred
Preferred B—.....
Preferred BB
Cities Serv Pr A Lt 16 pf

Community Pub Serv

Bid.

Telegraph (guar)....100

Gardner Elec Lt pref

——.—100

434

4

—

franklin

—50
^Incln A Suburb Bell
Telep...50
Cities Service com..........

3

4

—

Preferred

H

.

10234

Cincinnati Street By

10634

""

1

com....

——(1j
Original preferred.........
'
94 preferred..............
95 preferred..............

7 preferred--.

15834
34

(t)

96 1st preferred
(t>
Appalachian El Pow 7% pref. Ct)

33

158

6% preferred...
Amer Wat Wks A Elec com

~8
42

3634
1534

▲mer

.100

.......

\lH

110

Amer Gas A Power com ......—
American Llaht A fraction.. .2ft

preferred A

Prior preferred B
.100
Cincinnati Gas a Electric pref 100
Cincinnati Gas Transp—.... 100
Cine New A Gov Lt A Trac—.100

4534

109
116

(t)
(t)

Amer A Foreign Pow cem.

Warrants

6034

4434
534

1

Glass B—.................

Amer DiaTel of N J com
(t)
1'referred
——10b

77
69
62

Par.I

Stocks.

Foreign Light A Power units—

Chicago Rapid Transit—

t Withoutpar value.

234

.............

Warrants

5% oocv partic preferred

--

,

-.50|

11934

Quotations for all securities are

6k
2k
83 k

lk

81

61k
109

9k
83k

29

107
•102
91

—

r

32

33

1

cem.(t)

l65"
24
141

43

9£

45

9k

78 k

111k

}Ij.
pref.100

80

104
93

88k
39k

70

72

ilH

•42

44 k

80

85

13k
12k

113k
8

100

64

68

120

125

100

116

-

Heat A Power

New Eng Gas A HI Assn—

24
7

7 55K
118

Go. pre! 100

(t)
prior preferred———)!

New England Pub Serv com—

17
17 preferred

«IM
\l

—)t

26
9
56 k
119

11
11

Preferred

40

41

28

31

30
117

70

76
102
97

—it)
pf—100
N Y Mutual Telegraph———26
N Y Power A Light Gorp 86 pf it)
# 7% preferred
—100
New York Railways Gorp—;,v
7% preferred..-

New Bochelle Water 7%

77 k

23

93k
102

94*"

Providence Gas

!

—

40

9k

Telephone*6H %~PJ®f—100

pref
100
Niagara A Hudson Pow ——<10
Option warrant# A—
Option warrants B
North American Go com - ——it)
i
6% preferred
—— --—60
North Amer Edison 86 pref— (t)
North Amer Light A Pew
»«-l

preferred

100

6% prererred
100
v
7% preferred———-100
Nor Indiana Pub Ser 6% pf—100

UtUpref
100
Nor States Power (Del) com—100
7% preferred
100
X

common

5ref B

52

50k
103

110k

(f)

"

19
47

11

56

56k

81k

50 k
102

It)

108)4
110k

109k
112

107

101

102k

103

87 preferred

Ohio Power 6% pref—------IOC
Ohio Public Serv pref A (7%)-100

51

103

6% preferred
-—100
Oklahoma Gas A Blec 7% pf—100
Okla Nat Gas Gorp com
-(t)
Preferred
-100
Omaha A Council Bluffs Railway

96)4
98k

101k

J*

14

4% cum pref —100
Ottawa Light Heat A Pew—100

1M

—100
—100
Pacific A Atlantic Tel (gu)
26
Pacific Gas A Electric
—26
First preferred (6%)---—--26
First preferred (6k%)
—26
Pacific Lighting Gorp com—ft)
Preferred

Preferred i86l—
.-——(f)
Pacific Pow A Lt 7% pref
100

Pacific Pub ServiceCommon non-voting ..--.i.(t)

preferred—————(t)

24
44

98
4

r

86
108

f

Roch Telep S6k pref_.......100
Rockland Light A Power...
10
st

88

17k

19

28 k

29 k
287/

28k
26
51
105

Louis

County Water pref.100

Louis

26
52

...........

(t)

31

'

mm

'

lll

^

mm

mm

109 k

104k
104k
,

10k
105k
5c

7% Preferred........
(t)
Sangamo Electric com.......(t)
Preferred
100

Ilk

San Joaquin Lt A Power—
7% prior preferred
—100
6% prior preferred
100
Savannah El A Pew 6% pref.100
Scranton Electric 86 pref
—(f)

115
106
65
112

25c

111

105k

20c
32

mmmmm

33

120
109

4

69 k
64 k
56 k

101k

93^
76

17%)—100

108k

100
100

103 k
94

106

(t)
io

10k

(t)
.100

11*

100
106
107 k
112

100

9k

(f)

83 cumulative preferred
Warranto

(f)
86
60
3

Elec(Conn)pref 100

United Gas A El ef NJ 6% pf-100
United Gas Gorp com
(1)
....

87 pref series A..

.....(t)

76%

...

United Gas A Impt vot_.
(t)
85 cum pref (non-vot)
(+)
United HI Oe ef New Haven.. (!)

6%

com

A

B

1st pref
United Pub Util common A
cum.

17 k
108
106

2k

.it)

4

(f)
.(f)
(t)

22
1

82.75 preferred
83 preferred

6

7

86 preferred

ll§k

98k
91
3

(t)

common

(t)
__1

J*

7% cumui pref
100
Virginia Elec A Power
86 preferred
—(t)
Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref—.100
6% preferred
100
Washington (D O) Gas
20
Wash (D O) Ry A El com
100
Preferred

108

109

86

88

76

78

68

500

i07k

100

600
109 k
'

Washington Wat Pow 6% pf
Western Massachusetts Cfos
Western Power Go 87 pref
Western Union Telegraph

96

..

37
101

1
100
West Penn Elec Go Glass A__
(f)
7% cum preferred
—lot
6% cum pref..
..—.100
West Penn Power 7%
pref—100

6% preferred.
100
West PhUa Pass—See PhUa B T.
West Texas UtUities 86 pref..
(f)
Winnipeg Elec Go—.
(t)
Preferred
100
Wisconsin Power ALlght 6%pfl00
7 % preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Oerp7%pf 100

6k % preferred
Wisconsin Telep 7% pref
100
York (Pa) Railways Preferred-50

4k
20

45

Utilities Power A Lt Ol A—.1

....

74k

19*

35k
69 k

(t)

Union Gas (Canada)
(t)
Union Pass—See PhUa R T
Union St Ry (New Bedford)-.100
Union Traction—See Phila R T
United Gorp

Non-voting

Pub Serv—

Common

16

r

82

14

103

Bt

A Bridge

Ottawa Traction

Ridge Ave Pass—See Phila R T.~
Riverside Traction
60
Preferred
60
.......

100

GlassB vtc

(guar)—-60
(t)

pre?

fl

20
55
102
104
115

Utah Power A Light—
87 preferred
(f)
Utlca Gas A Electric 7% pref 100

14k
82 k
10k

(t)

.........

llM
16k

—100

7% preferred

Common

112k

8
30
54

Glass A

16

com....

Telep A Teleg..

United Lt A Pr

99k
92 k

116 k

Ohio Edison 86

105
115

112k
98 k

Preferred 7%
———100
North West Util7% pref
100
7% prior lien————100
Northwest Bell Telep 6ks Pf-100
Northwestern Teleg

51k

18

Rap Tran St Ry—See P 8 Oerp.
Rhine-Westphalia jElec Power—
Amer shares representing cornRhode Isi Pub Serv pref
(t)

Lt

Warrants

190

45-

(t)

91
16

.....

United Gas A

46"

44
120

(f)

Borough GasAE16%pfl00
adio Gorp of Amer
(t)
7% cum pref A............50

NartSa west^lectrlcfe % prSII 100

115

(t)

ueens

6%_cum

44""

100

Puget Sd Pr A Lt 86 pref
85 prior preferred
...

A

Preferred
Twin City Rapid Transit
7 % preferred
Twin States Gas A Electrice

145
129

102 k

Pub Serv El A G 86 pref——(t)

uebec Power

103k

114„

(t)

6% preferred

13

127

6% preferred
—.—...100
7% preferred
...100
Public Service of Okla 7 % pref 100

-----------100

31

43 k
143

Rapid Transit St Ry Ge—100

Utility Seo— Com. (
Nor Boot Ltg Prep com

Northern N

29
12

102

Be Jersey Gas A Elec Trao..l00
Public Service Oe ef Ner HI.. 60
Common
(t)

Nw? Amer

Trl-State

^

Consolidated Trac ef N J—100

...

99
7 r
55

(f>

26

Pow

k

122k

pfl.100

.....

85

H
c

A. .(t)

7% prior lien

5% preferred

N Y Water Serv 6%

96

Union El L A Pow (111) 6%
pref__
Un El L A Pow (Mo) 6%

.100
Public Serv of Ind prior pf—(t)
86 preferred
(t)
Public Swv Go. of N.H. 86 pi-it)
$5 preferred
Public Serv Ocrp ef N J—...(t)
8% preferred
—100
7% preferred.............100
6% preferred
100

N Y Steam Go—

com

6% preferred
5% preferred

6% preferred.............100

Preferred.

131

Toledo-Edison pref a

(t)

—100

North Continent Util com

7% preferred
100
Southern Nat Gas Gorp
(f)
Southern New Eng Telep....100

60

12*

Third Avenue Ry (N Y)
,100
13th A 15th St—See Phila R T
Tidewater Power 6% pref
(t)

Public Serv of Oele 7% pref.. 100

6% preferred—

J*
94

7.2% 1st preferred..
100
1st preferred (6%)
100
6% cum 1st preferred
100
Texas Power A Light 7% pref_100
6% preferred
(t)

103

27
13

Preferred
.100
South A Atlan Teleg
(guar)
25
Southern Indiana G A E 6%pf 100

Tennessee El Pow 1st pr (7%) 100

Teleg A Gable 7% pf-100

—......------it)

•

26

...

6k % preferred..
100
Power Gorp of Oanada com—(t)

Preferred stamped———

A

6k% preferred
8% preferred
Tampa Elec Go

Potomac Edison Go 6% pref.100
Potomac Elec Pow 6% pref__100

2k

preferred——(T)

com

25k
35k

,

Portland Gas A Coke, 7% pf_.100
Postal

102k

N Y A Queens El L A P—
Common..

Southern Ool Pow

Piedmont A Northern see "RR"

28k

k
5
25

Preferred
.1,
Swiss American Elec pref
100
Syracuse Ltg 6% preferred..100

Phil A Gray's Fy

95

Lt—

6k% preferred series G
26
5k % participating pref
6% preferred series B
...25
Southern Canada Power...... (t)

Glass B

Phila City Pass Ry (822 k pd)50
PhUa A Darby Pass Ry
50

W

South Calif Edison common.25

Standard

(825 pd)—50
Philadelphia Traction...—.50
Ridge Ave Pass (828 pd)
50
2d A 3d Sts Ry guar
50
13th A 15th Sts Pass Ry
50
Union Pass (830 5-6 pd). —50
Union Traction (817k Pd)--50
West Phila Pass guar..
60
PhUa Traction—See Phila R T.

115

New England Telep A Teleg—100
N Eng Wat LAP Abbo 6% pf-100
New Haven Water—
—-60
N J A Hud Biv By A Pot pref-100
New Jersey Pow A Lt 86 pref (t>
New Orleans Public Service—

A

....

.—50

—

Pr

36

105

Warrants

Springf (Mass) St Ry Cos pf..l00
Standard Gas A Elec com
(
17 cum prior pref—......
>4 cum preferred
16 cum prior pref....

25
Philadelphia Rapid Transit
50
7% preferred
...—50
Gitiiens Passenger guar.....60
Gontinen Pass Ry (829 pd)—50
Falrm't Pk A Haddlng'n
50
Frandfd A Southward Pass_50
Germantown Passenger
.50
Green A Ooates Sts (816 pd).50
Hestonville M A F com.....50

2k
33k

Southeastern

Free stock

(t)

...

Shawlnigan Water A Fewer ..(f)
Sioux City Gas A El 7% pf—100
Sierra Pac Elec pref
100
Somerset Un A Middlesex Lt.100
Southeastern Gas A Water A_.(f)

Springfield Gas A Elec pref..
t
Springfield (Mass.) G L Go vtc 26

Darby—See Phila R T.
Phila R T.
Philadelphia Elec Go com——(t)
Phila A Grays—See

$5 preferred

Water Service 6% pf—
.(t)
Second Ave RR Gorp (N Y)—(f)
Sedaiia Waterpref
100 k
2nd A 3rd Sts Ky—See Phila R T

Southwestern Lt A Pr
Preferred

52