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BANK / QUOTATION

RECORD
U.

REG.

S.

RAT.

OFFICE

NOVEMBER IN RETROSPECT
p«c«

Page

and

Commercial

1

Financial Events

9
17
Dividend Declarations
13
Federal Reserve Bank—Brokers' Loans 113
Cotton

-—

Course of the

Stock Market. *

4
—113

Foreign Affairs...
Foreign Exchange

8

Grain—Coffee—Sugar

8

Hides and Leather
Iron and Steel Trade.....

-

Money Market

66

New

11
10

Security Issues

Petroleum and Its Products

9

Rubber

9

Textiles
United

States Treasury

Financing

Page

Pag*

67

Exchange

New York Curb

Exchange—Bonds

18

Exchange—Stocks

31

Exchange

41

68

New York Stock

Exchange..

64

New York Stock

Cleveland Stock Exchange

61

Philadelphia Stock Exchange

Boston Stock

Exchange

Chicago Stock

..62

Detroit Stock Exchange..
Los

66

Angeles Stock Exchange

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
San Francisco Stock

INDEX TO GENERAL

63

Exchange

i

Domestic

100

Domestic

Canadian

111

84

Public

Federal Land Bank Bonds

91

Public Utility

...92

1

93

Utility Bonds...

Exchange Seats

Bonds

74

Stocks

...79

Railroad Bonds

Industrial Bonds.....

82

Industrial Stocks

85

Real

68

Railroad Stocks

Insurance

Stocks.

...

Investing Companies Securities
Joint Stock Land

99

.73
111

Securities
Mill Stocks—see

86

...

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks

86
86

B.

William

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DANA

Guarantee and

Safe

Deposit
85

Stocks

United States Territorial Bonds

December

WILLIAM

.112

United States Government Securities..91

Textile Stocks—

Mining Stocks

72

Estate Bonds

Textile Stocks
Title

Bank—

w

91

Canadian

Foreign Government

!}f
ii.li

..64

Paga

i

Municipal Bonds—

Companies—

60

QUOTATIONS

Paga

Banks and Trust

11

QUOTATIONS

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE
Baltimore Stock

8

4,

COMPANY,

91

1936

PUBLISHERS

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held on Nov. 3 was the

outstand¬

development during the past month. President
Delano Roosevelt was reelected to a second term

'by the greatest

popular plurality in the history

States, and by the largest
of President Monroe

tion

his Republican

feated

by approximately
in the Union with

of the United

electoral plurality since the elec¬
in 1820. President Roosevelt de¬

rival, Governor Landon

of Kansas,

10,000,000 votes. He captured every State
the excepftqn of Maine and Vermont, and

vo!§& as compared with only
eight for Governor Landon.
His election was generally
interpreted as an indorsement of the basic policies of the
523 electoral,

obtained

thus

In his home State

New Deal.

President's

of New York the

1,100,000, while he also obtained a large
in the latter's home State of
Democratic triumph was accentuated by unex¬

plurality exceeded
lead

Governor Landon

over

The

Kansas.

well as by the
Nation. It was
following the election that the Democrats had
their membership in the House of Representatives
to 334, the remaining membership comprising 89

pected gains in the House and Senate, as
election of many Governors throughout the
indicated
increased

308

from

(including the third-party presidential candi¬
date, Representative William Lemke, who retained his seat
from North Dakota), seven Progressives and five FannerLabor members.
The Democratic membership in the Senate,
Republicans

according

to early election

Norris of
tion

Republican to Independent,

from

Lundeen of Minnesota

publican.
President

69

and Representative

replaced the late Senator Schall, Re¬

Vice-President John N. Garner was reelected with
Roosevelt.
The defeated Republican vice-presi¬

dential candidate was
-

figures, was increased from

Republicans fell from 22 to 17.
Senator
Nebraska, who was reelected) shifted in classifica¬

75, while the

to

Colonel Frank Knox of Illinois.

that Governor Herbert H.
reelected on Nov. 3 for a third

Incidentally it may be noted

Lehman of

term,

New York was

defeating

Bleakley,

by a

Republican rival, Judge William F.
plurality of approximately 500,000.
This
his

received in New York State
All other leading candidates on

plurality was about half that
President Roosevelt.

by
the

Democratic

Lehman,
the State

State ticket

Senate and the Republican

velt at the Democratic

June 26 last, had

30.

including a visit to Brazil, is a

trip,
and

goodwill tour.
in

and

spoke after receiving the most

ever

accorded a distinguished visitor

Secretary of State Hull, who

a

announced on May 20 that he would

President Roosevelt urging his return to
Albany for another two years Governor Lehman issued a
statement on June 30 in which he said that if his party
ing a letter from

again nominated him he
As the New

would accept the call.

Deal victory assured the carrying out of the

In sailing, Secretary Hull gave out a pre¬

gates on Nov. 7.

statement in which he said that the

pared

throughout the Nation to every




establishment for employer

mutual trust and coopera¬

hemisphere upon a firmer basis of
than

tion

The

delegates were

for placing the relations of this

leaving "with earnest hope

before."

ever

Court,

Supreme

by the rare division

Nov. 23,

on

4-to-4, upheld the constitutionality of the New

of

in

quarters to forecast a possible similar

some

Chief Justice1 Hughes announced as the

high court.

court met that the

by

New

the

York statute

4-to-4 vote of the United States Su¬

a

Justice

of

absence

the

April 15 last of the New York

on

The equal division of the court was the result

Court.

preme

opinion

Appeals sustaining

been upheld

had

of

of

Court

State

ruling for

Security Act when the latter is tested before

the National
the

York State

The decision was believed

Insurance law.

Unemployment

ill.

Stone who is

Justice

Had

able to participate it is thought the

Stone, a liberal, been

would have voted 5-to-4 to uphold the New York law

court

with

The opinion in April of the State

formal opinion.

a

of Appeals

Court

had followed

ruling on March 16 by

a

holding the law

Justice Russell of the State Supreme Court

unconstitutional.

written opinion in the case of the Supreme

There was no

Nov. 23, which

Court's conclusions on

were

announced by

Chief Justice diaries E. Hughes as follows;
No.

In

these

Chamberlain

49,

Associated

cases

Andrews, No.

vs.

Industries

vs.

50, Stearns vs.

the Department of

are

severally

affirmed^ by

equally

an

Andrews, and

Labor; appeals from

Per curiam : Judgment in

Court of the State of New York.

divided court.

States Supreme Court
Associated Press advices from Washington said:
Regarding

Arguments in

the New York case

sippi,

and

States

are:

were

heard Nov.

decision,

11 and 12.

If there

opinion, It could not have been decided until Dec. 7.

had been a written
Fourteen

United

the

Alabama,

New Hampshire,

the

District

California,

of

Columbia have

Indiana,

Idaho,

similar

laws.

Massachusetts,

The

Missis¬

New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina,

Texas, Wisconsin and Utah.
Under
certain

the New

York measure, employers

exceptions—are required to pay

a

of four

Social

Security

the latter statute

Act,

The

lishments

is now

for

more

persons—with

was

some

not

extent to the Federal

involved in

the litigation

-

New York

The fund

or

tax. on payrolls which is to be

placed in a pool to aid the unemployed.
While the legislation was supplementary to
decided today.

(Federal) Social Security Act, the machinery for its inaugu¬
ration was put in motion on Nov. 16 when cards were mailed

Inter-American Con¬
the dele¬

Maintenance of Peace, sailed with

ference for the

majority in

candidate for reelection as Governor, but follow¬

in Brazil.

heads the delegation named

represent the United States at the

to

Supreme

National Convention at Philadelphia,

come." The Presi¬
tremendous welcome

aggression "from wheresoever it may

ate

dent

the

renomination of President Roose¬

and Chamber, called for peace in the
not toler¬

warned that the Americas would

New World but

States

not be

address

an

Supreme Court, Senate

64,

majority in the Assem¬

Union. The President's
combination vacation
He arrived in Rip de Janeiro on Nov. 27,
before a joint session of*,the Brazilian

represented in the Pan-American

No.

Governor Lehman, who delivered the prin¬

cipal speech seconding the

Dec. 1.
Jan.

the Pan-American

he opened

Governor

elected with

while the Democrats increased their

bly was lowered.

on

were

Indianapolis for Buenos Aires,
Peace Conference on
The President himself initiated this conference last
It will be attended by delegates from all nations

aboard the cruiser

C.,

where

ing national
Franklin

NO 12

of the Federal Government's
pension for the Nation's wage
earners.
These cards were followed a week later by cards
to employees for their identification.
With these prelimi¬
nary steps completed, employers will begin on Jan. 1 to
deduct 1% from the wages of all workers and, adding an
equal amount from their own funds, to remit this sum to
the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
Collections from employ¬
ers will be made monthly, the first falling due on Feb. 28.
Thus, initial steps to carry into effect the Social Security
Act, which was one of the chief controversial subjects of the
presidential campaign, were brought under way.
On Nov. 18 President Roosevelt sailed from Charleston,
S.

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VOL.9

■'/ Term- for the

8.

Second Class Matter,

as

of the Commercial &

U.

tax

in

for 1936

excess

was

1%, 2% for 1937, and 3% thereafter.

of $20,000,000, paid by

2,500,000 workers.

more

than 76,000 estab¬

MONTHLY
It

Charles

son of the late Thomas A. Edison,
in¬
Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
Mr. Edison,
who succeeds the late Henry L. Roosevelt, has been serving
as Chairman of the New Jersey National Emergency Council.

pointed out that the 4-to-4 verdict of the Supreme

was

Court recalled that

shall ruled that when the court was evenly divided a lower

court's

decision

stand.

must

President Roosevelt to Send Budget Message to

Congress

The

Jan. 6

on

undivided

surpluses of corporations,

but not

as

J.

York

New

of

the

World's

Fair

States

United

proclamations issued at

Gate

and

Golden

President

of

the

establishment

of

16, in two

extended

Exposition,

invita¬

an

be held at

to

States

National

of

America

Government

in

and

The

the

issued

Between San Francisco and Oakland Dedicated

cisco Bay, connecting the cities of

Roosevelt,

button turning on

San Francisco and Oak¬

Washington, on Nov. 12,
the "go" lights, officially open¬

the sale of bonds to the Reconstruction
Finance Corporation,
had been under construction for three
years.
A toll of 65c.
for each automobile
containing up to five persons, and 5c.
for each additional
person, is Charged.
It is estimated that
in 20 years the income will retire
the bonds and make

crossing free.

'iV;

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The

dedication of the new bridge was summarized
as
follows in San Francisco
advices, Nov. 12, to the New York
"Times" of Nov. 13:
over

The first

warships roared and harbor craft raised

the span
car

to

and other members

The

bridge is

at the rate of 200

cross

of

a

a

din

party.

of

has

three

192

feet

extends

miles

a

distance of 8V4,

on

for the
largest vessels.
Passenger automobiles will travel

deck.
way

On

tracks

R»

G.

miles

over

water

and

tide

land and

of

approaches.
Its height above the water varies
the Oakland side to 216 feet on the San
Francisco side,

clearance

a

lower deck

are

which

lanes

six-lane

a

highway

across

the

1938.

Tug well

Tenders Resignation
Agriculture and Resettlement

>

as

y

\

-

Under-Secretatry

of

AdministrateP>

definite date for the

retirement

of

letter

a

of

resignation sent by Mr. Tugwell to

President Roosevelt, and
President accepting The

also the

text

of

a

letter by

the

Mr. Tugwell will be¬
resignation.
come Executive Vice-President of the
American Molasses Co.
when his resignation becomes
effective.
Mr.

Tugwell, who was in Memphis, Tenn., on Nov. 18
with Secretary of
Agriculture^Wallace on a tour to extend
over

six Slates of Resettlement

projects, rW«U3 appointed by

President Roosevelt on Nov. 17
as?$- member of a special
committee to study farm
tenancy, of which Secretary Wal¬
lace has been named Chairman.

with

of

the

was

appointment

made at the White House

by

Mr.

Nov. 20

Roosevelt" of Joseph E.
as American Ambassador to

Davies succeeds William

C.

a

session

of

Bullitt, who

was

recently appointed Ambassador

to France.
President Roose¬
signed the appointment before he left
Washington for
the Pan-American
peace conference in Buenos
Aires, but
announcement was withheld until
approval of the appoint¬
ment was received from Moscow.
Mr. Davies took the oath

at

Washington

on

Nov.

23.

Charles Edison Appointed Assistant
Secretary of Navy
Prior to departing on his cruise to South

dent

Roosevelt

America, Presi¬

on




Nov.

17

announced

the

appointment

of

was given, Nov. 20, will be
Supreme Court. Regarding the

the

filed

that
tion

of

the

way

held

its benefits

to

nearly 60,000

em¬

unconstitutional,

type of

Mr.

Chapman

Act seeking the

an

same

was

prepared to
to the next

purpose,

Legislature.
enacted

was

last

while

of extending

stores.
been

different

Ohio's law

being

the

three years ago,

January.

Legal

the test suit of Mrs. Dickinson

experts

yesterday Wqre of the opinion
was bound by the State court's interpreta¬
Act, the ruling of the three-judge court here opens
highest tribunal to make its own interpretation of the

Supreme Court

the New York

for the

Ohio law.

Gross Sales Provisions of Iowa

Chain

Store

Tax

Law Held Uncon¬

stitutional by United States Supreme Court

The

United States Supreme Court held unconstitutional
Nov. 9 the gross Sales provisions of the Iowa Chain Store

tax law.

It

pointed out in the "Wall Street Journal"

was

of Nov. 10 that

the findings of the court closely follow the
defeat of another multiple store tax measure
by the voters
of

California at

a

Nov. 3 election.

part:
but

a

tax

fought

connection with

the

'

'

■

the grounds that

on

it

in

■

not

was

occupation tax
sales tax coming within the limitation of the legislative
power

the Fourteenth

tax

''

-

was

gross

Section
flat

referendum held in

The "Wall Street Journal" also
stated,

1";

The

4-B

law,
gross

which

the

was

United States

Court

of

basis

of chain stores

of

excess

an

Amendment.

the

of

combined

on

$59,000 to $1,000
in excess of
$9,000,000.
In addition to
ranging from $5 for each store in excess
$155 for each store in excess of 50.
Claims

per

Rules

the

tax,

$25

each $10,000 of

this tax,
of

for

ranging from
there

is

and not in

one

Against

provides

on

gross

receipts

gross

imposed
excess

Robert

A.

a

re¬

of

a

tax

10, to

Taft in

"Gold Clause" Suit

The

States

16, delivered

ment

the

United

Court

of Claims, in a decision on
Judge Littleton, upheld the govern¬
in the action brought by Robert A. Taft in behalf
of

Nov.

by

c

Dixie Terminal Co.

$3.07 interest

on

a

to

Liberty

compel the government to pay
bond called prior to maturity..

The bond—$50 with
maturity date Oct. 15,
4%% interest)—was called for redemption

The bond
The

was

1938
Oct.

(bearing
1934.

15,

presented at the Treasury on March 11, 1935.
to redeem it in gold or to pay any

Treasury refused

interest
to

do

from

beyond Oct. 15, 1934.: Mr. Taft contended it had
or the
other, said the Associated Press advices
Washington, Nov. 16, which reported the decision as
one

follows

its

:

interest
conract

United

in

:7;;' :V;1

'•

United

expressed

States,"

case

the

z"

Court

of

Littleton, said,

consent

any

by statute
is

limited

or

;■

■',:■•••

Claims,

"is

not

liable

contract,

strictly

to

in

and

the

its
for

its

terms

.

ruling

delivered by

interest,

except

obligation
of

the

to

statute

by
pay
or

providing therefor."
States
to

velt

of office

law

program

retail

submit

"The

President

Davies, Washington attorney,
Russia.

of
the

Had

Judge Benjamin H.
on

Three-

42,000 employees of

prepared

a

ployees

J. E. Davies Appointed American
Ambassador to Russia

Announcement

Upheld by

laundriee, dry cleaners, hotels and
by the Ohio statute, and yesterday's decision was a
signal for Ora B. Chapman, State director of industrial relations, to proceed

announced.

the text

Wage Law

at Columbus

covered

was

Mr. TugweH's resignation was made known
on
Nov. 18, when the White House in
Washington announced

Nov.

three-judge ruling

are

ceipts not in

Rexford G. Tugwell resigned as
Under-Secretary of Agri¬
culture and also as Administrator of the
Resettlement Ad¬
no

the

Approximately

upper

and space for interurban rail¬

on

action, the Ohio "State Journal" of Nov. 21 said:

under

for trucks

Mr. Winant, a former

New Hampshire,

carried to the United States

from

enough

expected to be completed in

ministration, but

"complete

According to Mrs. Agnes Bryant Dickinson, attorney for
the plaintiffs who attacked the Ohio statute, the action on

on

suspension, cantilever and truss construction.
It has
51 piers, contains
52,000 tons of steel and! a huge quantity of concrete.
Twenty-four men were killed and 1,157 persons were injured in the con¬
struction period of more than three
years.
The span

to

13 years ago.

unconstitutional

automobiles

as

minute.

carried former President
Hoover, Governor Merriam

his

him

on

restaurants

in

ing the 8%-mile span to traffic.
The bridge, owned and
constructed by California from funds obtained
largely from

started

on

guishable" from the New York Act, recently invalidated by
Supreme Court, and a District of Columbia law held

Following the dedication by Governor Frank Merriam of
California of the new $77,600,000 bridge over the San Fran¬

Guns of 14

made known

the

■

a

Social

wage law was
Nov. 20 by a three-judge Federal Court at Co¬
lumbus, Ohio.
The three-judge court, composed of Judge
Florence E. Allen of the Sixth United states Circuit Court
of Appeals, and Federal District Judges Meil G. Underwood
and Robert R. Nevin, ruled that Ohio's law was "distin¬

conformity with a joint resolution passed by the last
Congress.
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pressed

Board—

constitutionality of Ohio's minimum

upheld

City of

was

of

Judge Federal Court

in

President

a

letter sent to Mr.

asking

Constitutionality of Ohio Minimum

San

of

the

The proclamation regarding the New York fair

land,

was

conferred with
14, and is said tp have been
"reluctant" to return to the Security Board, but agreed to do
so at the request of the President, who asked Mr. Winant to
"come back for a few weeks, say until the first of the year."

New York, while the San Francisco
exposition will cele¬
brate the completion of the San Francisco-Oakland
Bridge
and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Giant\Bridge

Roosevelt

President

by

President Roosevelt

Held

year.

United
the

Security

a

Republican Governor

The New York fair will cele¬
brate the 150th anniversary of the inauguration of the First
same

Social

ciates have had so well under way."

Gate

Be

to

Nov.

on

Washington,

International

Francisco in the

of

was

Winant

tion to all foreign countries to take part in the World's Fair
at New York City, which will be held in
1939, and the

Golden

who

the immediate job of organization which you and your asso¬

Exposition at San Francisco, Both

President

Chairman

as

Nov. 16 when the White House issued

in 1939

The

Returns

Winant

G.

campaign, has returned to that post, it

President Roosevelt Issues Proclamations Inviting Nations of World
International

Roosevelt,

John G. Winant, who resigned as Chairman of the

until the end of March.

in

of Mr.

Security Board on Sept. 28 so as to be in a position to reply
to critics of the Social Security law during the presidential

it

the surpluses in 1936.
He revealed that he will
probably send his budget message to Congress without the
estimate for relief expenditures in the next fiscal year, and
that he will probably not make the relief recommendation

Participate

22

Feb.

on

Requested by President Roosevelt to Serve Until First of Year

affects

to

the death

distant cousin of President Roosevelt.

policies in his message to Congress on Jan. 6, he said at a
press conference on Nov. 10.
The President repeated his
previous statement that no new taxes will be required, and
added that he is ready to consider inequities in the income
on

as

post of Assistant Secretary of the Navy had been vacant

since

President Roosevelt will outline his taxation and budget

tax

Edison,

ventor,

far back as 1826 Chief Justice Mar¬

as

REVIEW

Supreme Court Grants Permission to Government
File Brief in Action
Involving "Gold Clause"

The United States
Supreme Court agreed on Nov. 16 to the
government's request to intervene
in the action
brought by the

as a

"friend of the court"

Holyoke (Mass.) Water Power
against the American Writing
Paper Co.
The action
was
instituted to test the "gold clause"
legislation in its
application to rental contracts.
From a Washington dis¬
patch to the New York "Times" we
quote, in part, as
follows:
/
case

MONTHLY EEYIEW

DEC., 1936]

gold clause case affects only rentals paid in de¬
and is thus regarded as just one offshoot of the Gold Clause
Resolution, the government has an. interest in seeing that the basic resolu¬
Holyoke

the

While

valued currency

is not

submit briefs but

United

will

Court

Supreme

States

National Banks—Cincinnati
of Bank Holding Companies

directors

bank

from

dispatch

Subject to

Washington, Nov. 9, to the New York
regarding the findings of

"Times" had the following to say

Court:

the Supreme
The

opinion

who

drew a

its doors.

director of the bank, was

also

Bank & Trust
drawn by the
and Manager,

upheld.

holding

stockholders in bank

ruling in two cases that

A

power

companies'

specific

companies are subject to double liability assessments was
handed down at Cincinnati on Nov. 11 by the United States

according to United Press advices
from Cincinnati, which said:
'
The decisions, involving approximately $30,000,000 and more than 10,000
stockholders in Michigan and Kentucky, were in the cases of the Detroit
Bankers Corp. of Detroit and the Banco Kentucky Corp. of Louisville.
The Detroit caee reached the Appellate Court on two appeals, one by
W. F. Connolly, receiver for the defunct corporation, and the other by

issues.

bill.

Council Plan"

trial

Wayne, Ind.—Held

Fort

at

Wagner Act

,

13

Nov.

On

,

Board called

Labor Relations

National

the

Dissolve "Indus*
Illegal Under

Directed by NLRB to

International Harvester Co.

the International Harvester Co. to dissolve its "indus¬
trial council plan" at Fort Wayne, Ind.
According to a
Washington dispatch to the Chicago "Daily Tribune" the
Board ruled that the "Industrial Cbuncil" is an illegal labor
upon

terms of the National Labor Rela¬
Under it, said the ruling, the em¬
"only the shadow, not the substance, of

organization under the
tions

Act.

(Wagner)

ployees possess
collective

right of the receiver of the Manufacturers National
Rockford, 111., to recover the amount of the check
Mechanics Universal Joint Co. and signed by its President
of

Co.

of a director
about to close

'

•

•-

The

■

unanimous.

directors was

bank

responsibility of

delivered it, denounced the conduct
check for $42,761 when he knew the bank was
who

Brandeis,

Justice

the

on

It was the second setback suffered before the
court.
Once before when a question of jurisdiction was raised Judge Gore
refused1 to dismiss it, holding his court had proper jurisdiction.
,
In today's action the court ruled that TVA's motion to dismiss was not
the proper remedy to seek in view of criticisms TVA made against the
no

Court ruled that

fully obligated as oank
bank are not jeopardized.

as

are

assets of a

officers to see that the
A

Directors of
Stockholders
Double Liability

Rules on Duties of
Federal Court Holds

United States Supreme

On Nov. 9 the
National

not on y

Accordingly, the Department of Justice
alBO participate in oral arguments.

endangered.

tion

will

•

and indefinite and

that the bill against it was vague

asserted

had

TVA

raised

bargaining."
"Journal of Commerce" of Nov. 17

reported

The Chicago

appeal has been taken by the company from the
Board's decision to the United States 'Circuit Court of Ap¬

that

an

peals at
Relations

Chicago, in accordance with the National Labor
Act; this was announced by S. G. McAllister,
Harvester company in a statement issued

President of the

to its workers on Nov. 16.

v

v

Circuit Court of Appeals,

6

Barbour, a stockholder.
was on the appeal of 41 stockholders

George H.

in the corpo¬
former non-officer directors in the National Bank of Kentucky.
held they were jointly responsible for a loan of $150,000 to

The Louisville case
and

ration
'■■■, The

court

Norman

B.

E.

the

Louisville.

Co.,

Court

District

Federal

Which Sought to

C.,

D,

Washington

in

Restrain Issuance of Federal

Dismisses Action
Reserve Notes

restrain the Federal Reserve banks
of Federal Reserve notes was
dismissed on Nov. 10 by Judge Cox in the District of Co¬
lumbia Federal Court
The action was filed Oct. 5 by
John D. Montgomery of Philadelphia.
United Press ac¬
counts from Washington, Nov. 10, in the Philadelphia "In¬
The action brought to

:

further

the

from

issuance

and coin

money,

control"

hold

of

Judge Cox gave Mr. Monegomery's attorneys
amended petition showing more specifically how he
injured' through operation of the law.
v
dismissing the suit,

After

to file

permission
was

an

,t.

•

:■_

.

'

.

■.

■'

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'

•

' "

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■ •

.

New York Extends Scope
National Labor Relations Act

United States Circuit Court of Appeals in
of Wagner

Labor Relations Act
is extended under a ruling on Nov. 2 by the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals in New York, in which, according
to the New York "Herald Tribune," it is held that a "transi¬
tory stop" in the transportation of merchandise did not re¬
The scope of the Wagner National

^

.

that

move

In

of the
ruling the

the interstate power

from

merchandise

Government.

Federal

quoting

from

the

commissioners and
Southern ter¬
ritory. The Commission had previously agreed to consider
the request of Class I railroads for a modification of out¬
standing rate orders to enable them to post higher per¬
manent tariffs.
Special statutory courts in New York City
and Washington on Nov. 14 rejected suits brought by truck¬
ing associations which sought to prevent the Commission,
railroads and steamship lines from giving free store door
pick-up and delivery service to merchants on less-thancarload shipments.
•'"/•'"■'/•v.

granted the request of Southern State

shippers to study the class rate situation in

Manton, Learned Hand and Thomas
W. Swan upheld an order by the National Labor Relations Board that the
New York Packing k Shipping Co. reinstate with back pay five employees
who, the Board alleged, had been discharged for union activity.
The New York Packing & Shipping Co. consolidated for delivery to all
decision

The

■

Judges Martin L.

by

parts of the country packages bought from
customers.
The court took cognizance of

New York firms by out-of-town
the Schechter poultry decision

nullifying the National Industrial Recovery Act, which held! that an
state

journey

does

journey, but

the

journey.

,

held that

a

'

inter¬

regulation of local activity after
transitory stop did not break an interstate
• ,//>
Federal

.

by

Upheld

Act

Warehouse

Tobacco

Georgia

justify

not

Federal

Court in

Augusta

Georgia's tobacco warehouse law was upheld on Nov. 2 in
a

three-judge Federal Court in Augusta, Ga.

In the 2-to-l

decision, the right of the State to fix maximum fees which
*

warehousemen charge for handling the

State's tobacco

crop

upheld, said Associated Press accounts from Augusta
to the Atlanta "Constitution," which, in reporting the de¬
was

cision, said:
It
to

'

r

it

to

affected

be

with

a

public

interest

Georgia is "such
and

clothed

with

as
a

public use.""
The opinion added that the 1935 legislative Act fixing warehouse fees
was
not confiscatory, and that it did! not infringe either on the constitutional

.

rights of

the warehousemen

or

their status

as

persons

William

nounced

in

Hart

one

that the

for the warehousemen, an¬
would be carried to the United States

of the attorneys
case

of 19

Court
Power

Overrules Motion

of TVA for Dismissal of Suit
Validity of Act Creating

Companies Questioning

Authority

In

Nov.

Federal

the

7,

.

District

Court of

Cookeville,

Tenn.,

on

John J. Gore overruled a motion by the
Valley Authority for the dismissal of the suit

Judge

Tennessee

committee of 38 members, comprising farm lead¬

report on

public affairs, was

by President Roosevelt on Nov. 17 to make a
"the most promising ways of alleviating the short¬

comings of the farm tenancy system."

Secretary of Agri¬

A. Wallace has been asked to serve as
Chairman of the Committee, and L. C. Gray, Assistant Ad¬
ministrator of the Resettlement Administration, is desig¬
culture

Henry

nated Executive

Under

Secretary and Technical Director.

auspices of the National Resources Committee,

the general

committee on farm tendancy is charged with the

the special

duty of reporting by Feb. 1, 1937,

on

and means of

ways

developing a land tenure system "which will bring an in¬
creased measure of security, opportunity and well-being" to
farm tenants.
In his letter to Secretary Wallace, the Presi¬
that the committee confer with other leaders in

dent urged

affairs, and referred specifically to Sen¬

Bankhead

H.

John

ator

of Texas,

Marvin Jones

Alabama

of

of farm tenancy legislation

enactment

and

Representative

who had worked actively for the
during the Seventy-

fourth Congress.
,;

,

RA

Takes

Option

•

,

.

of Submarginal Land in

Acres

9,000,000

on

44

States—Cost Placed at $39,916,603 by Administrator Tugwell

G.

Rexford

nounced
had

taken

marginal

Tugwell,

Nov.

on

option

an

land, at

a

Resettlement

that the

15

on

more

Administrator,

Resettlement

an¬

Administration

than 9,000,000 acres of sub-

cost of $39,916,603, or an

average

of

The land, considered unsuitable for crop pro¬
duction, is located in 44 States and involves 210 projects.
Mr. Tugwell, who recently tendered his resignation as Re¬
settlement Administrator and also aS /Under-Secretary of
$4.40

an acre.

explained

Agriculture,

acr£s? "could not support

the

that

subsistence" under present

human

conditions,

and

so Were

being restored to grazing, forestry, recreation and other use
for which they were naturally fitted.

the

one-tenth of all

RA's

acquisition

the poor

that this work is
widespread and lasting remedial effect.

Federal

Agencies

Curtailing

it

represents less

than

suggested for public purchase by land

indicating

experts,

He said:

is substantial,

farm land

barely

Drought

if

beginning

to have

it is

Aid—Reduction

of

Relief

Rolls to Half of Number Is Planned

by

the two agencies directing aid for

more

than 1,000,000

in the farm area was in progress on Nov. 21, it was
stated in Washington advices, that day, by the Associated
Press.
The advices said that official^ expressed hope of

persons

Supreme Court.
Tennessee

appointed

Tenancy—

Study Farm

to

Long-Term Program

Curtailment of Federal relief activities in drought areas

Sibley,

Atlanta

on

editors and persons prominent in

ers,

engaged in

interstate commerce.

Committee

Requests Report by Feb. I

Although

held that the warehouse business as conducted in

cause

Names

Roosevelt

President

State and national

"Herald Tribune" said:

Commission in 1937 will inves¬

The Interstate Commerce

tigate the entire freight rate structure, it was revealed on
Nov. 22 with the announcement that the Commission had

A special

contended only Congress has the power to regulate
and that the Federal Reserve banks have gained "strangle¬
the money through a power illegally delegated.

Montgomery

Store Door Pick-up

to Halt Free

quirer," said:
Mr.

Refuse

Nation's Freight Rate Structure—Courts

CC to Investigate

holding to 300,000 the number of families carried through
the winter.
This would be less than half the total aided
heretofore

Administration,

the

advices

and the

pointed

out,

adding:

brought by the 19 private power companies questioning the
constitutionality of the Act creating the Authority. Special

culture

advices from Cookeville to the Chicago "Daily Tribune," in

emergency

reporting Judge Gore's action, said:

of many




by the Works Progress Administration

Resettlement

J.

W.

Tapp,

Chairman

Department,
areas,

counties

of the Special Drought Committee of

which has designated 1,190 counties

said the entire list
as

the goal.

was

in

24

the Agri¬
States as

being reviewed with elimination

MONTHLY
Philip

F.

MacGuire, directing drought aid in the RA,

said his agency
the WPA were checking
every iarmer on their lists with the intention
reducing the WPA farmer relief job rolls from a peak of
824,295 work¬
ers to about
60,000 by Dec. 15.
and
of

Mr. MacGuire explained that as WPA reduces the
number of jobs, reset¬
tlement would provide direct
grants for those farmers in "actual need."
The RA announced today that it had! aided
315,749 families

grants and loans amounting to $11,246,075 up to Nov. 14.
an expenditure of
$4,000,000 during the past month due to

52,000 families in
738

Futures

month.

one

Commission
Under the

an

included

increase of

'

,

Merchants

by drought

This

and

596

,

Brokers

Registered

Commodity Exchange Act

Commodity futures commission merchants numbering 738
principal offices in 34 States, the District of
Columbia,
and one foreign
country, and maintaining approximately
1,300 branch offices, have been registered under the Com¬
modity Exchange Act, the Commodity Exchange Adminis¬
With

tration announced

on Nov. 4.
Also, 596 floor brokers operat¬
the commodity futures exchanges
designated as con¬
tract markets under the Act have also been
registered, said
the announcement, which added:

ing

on

The

provisions

of

the

OEA, which became effective Sept.
13, make it
futures commission merchant in
soliciting or accept¬
ing orders for commodity futures to be executed on contract
markets with¬

unlawful to engage as
out

having registered with the Secretary of
executing commodity futures orders for others
tered.

Failure

broker

by
one

to

register

maximum

a

the

on

part of

constitutes

fine

of

Agriculture.

and

brokers

are

misdemeanor

a

$10,006

Floor

also required to be
regis¬
commission merchant or a floor

futures

a

under

the

Act

for

imprisonment

not

punishable
more

than

year.

Steel

Workers?

Wages

Increased

Those Who Refused

to

by

Average of 10%—Applies
Sign Agreement as well as to Signers

A wage increase
averaging 10% and
workers
became effective Nov.
16.

to

affecting 500,000 steel
The

advance

wage

applied to all workers in the industry,
including the 30,000
employees of Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., who
refused to
sign the agreement negotiated between
employee represen¬
tatives and all subsidiaries of the United
States Steel Corp.
was announcd that the same
treatment would be accorded
those who had not signed the
agreement as those who did.
Secretary of Labor Perkins said on Nov. 13 that in
her

It

"informal opinion" employee
representatives
negie-Illinois Steel Corp. had no right to
scale

wage

opinion
of

based

the

the

on

given in

was

of

the

Car¬

agree to a proposed

Pittsburgh

cost

of

living.

letter to Elmer J.

a

District

Council

Miss

Perkins's

Maloy, Chairman
Cargenie-Ulinois

of

Steel Corp.

REVIEW
The "strike strategy committee" filed a
petition on Nov. 19
York State Supreme Court
against officials of
the I. S. U. and 34 American
ship companies to have the
present contract between the ship owners and the union
in the New

declared "null and void."

While the action was
being filed
by the "strike strategy committee," delegates to the Amer¬
ican labor convention in
Tampa, Fla., adopted a resolution
on Nov. 19
condemning the Atlantic and Gulf coast strikes.
The resolution was sponsored
by officials
which has been opposed to the strikes.
The strike of maritime workers

Central Standard Time—Vofer*
Approve Shift
by Two to One

to

After voters

at

the election

on

Nov.

3

had

approved

during the summer
months—from the last
Sunday in April to the last Sunday
in

U.t

on

Association and the Mari¬
Beneficial Association ordered their
mem¬
The officers' strike, which is
independent of
that in progress at the Atlantic and
Gulf ports by the
"strike strategy committee" of the I.
S. U., was called in
time Engineers'

bers

ashore.

demand for higher wages and

improved working conditions.
Longshoremen at the port of Le Havre,
France, in sym¬
pathy with the insurgent strike at the Atlantic and
Gulf
ports of the United States, refused on Nov. 25
to

unload

freight from the United States Line's liner
Washington and

the American freighter Collamer.
ciated Press advices from Le

It

was

reported in Asso¬
Nov. 27, that the

Havre,

Washington

had

sailed

for

Hamburg,

Germany,

having discharged its cargo.
A similar stand to that of
the
also been taken by Mexican
dock

without

French longshoremen has
workers.

Operations Resumed

at South Bend,
Ind., Plant of Bendix Products
Corp. Following Eight-Day Strike

Following an eight-day strike, workers at the South
Bend,
Ind., plant of the Bendix Products Corp. returned

to their

jobs

on Nov. 27.
The strike was settled on
Nov. 25 with
the signing of an agreement
recognizing the United Automo¬
bile Workers of America as the
bargaining

agent

workers.

of the

,

Operations at the plant were halted on Nov.
17 after the
workers 'began a "sit-down"
strike following demands for
100% unionization of the plant. They remained
tory until Nov.
to

begin

in the fac¬
the company agreed
workers left the plant.

23, when officials
negotiations

peace

of

if

the
The agreement, signed
by Vincent Bendix, President of the

company, and Homer

United

Automobile

Martin, international President of the
of
America, is said to make
Employees Association, a company

Workers

mention of the Bendix

union, which the United had demanded be
dissolved.
lowing the signing of the
agreement, Mr. Bendix said:
We've

a

referendum by 2-to-l that
Chicago be returned to the Cen¬
tral Standard Time
zone, the City Council on Nov. 5
passed
an
ordinance stipulating that clocks
be turned back one
hour.
The ordinance, which went
into effect on Nov.
15,
alsp provides for Daylight Saving Time

S.

along the Atlantic and
Nov. 23, when officials

Gulf coasts spread to ship officers
of the Masters', Mates' and Pilots'

no

Chicago Returns

of the I.

always

organizations

in

recognized

the

plant,

the

Automobile

Workers

Union

and

Fol¬
other

have always
recognized the bargaining
not
belong to any organization.
Under the terms of the
agreement, said South Bend ad¬
vices, Nov. 25, to the New York
'Times" of Nov. 26, the
United may bargain for its
own members and
"all others
who desire to make use
of its services."

right of

as

we

individual who does

an

September.

Settlement

of

Reached

Currency Pact Extended

Seattle

"Post-Intelligencer"

Strike—Agreement

Basis of Terms Drafted
by Executive Committee of
A. F. of L.—John
Boettiger Named Publisher of Seattle

...

on

Paper

Settlement of the strike called in
August by members of
American Newspaper Guild which
brought about the
suspension of the Seattle
the

(Wash.) "Post-Intelligencer"

announced at Seattle

was

on Nov. 25
by Charles B. Lindeman,
publisher of the
"Post-Intelligencer," and Richard
President of the Seattle

associate

Seller,

Chapter of the American

Newspaper Guild.
>

Mr. Lindeman's statement said:
"The
terms

newsroom

were

strike

The

Post-Intelligencer

has been settled.

incorporated in the draft prepared
by the

Publication of the paper
the

announcement

was resumed

Nov. 30.

of

the termination of the
that John

,

The
exe¬

the reaching of an
agreement for
strike, it was made known on Nov. 26

tributors of America Inc.
its settlement we
quote the
Press advices Nov. 25.

With regard to

the strike and

following from Seattle Associated

The agreement
ending the strike, which started Aug. 13,
p. m.f said Arthur French, a

9:35

dispute

was

signed aV

Post-Intelligencer photographer who

joined the strike.
a

over

the

discharge of two Guild members, Frank
Lynch,
photographer, and Everhardt Armstrong, drama
critic, the Guild

news

called the strike with the
support of the

which'placed
Maritime

Seattle Central
the newspaper on its "unfair list."

Workers

Dockworkers

Freight
A

on

Strike

Along

French

at

Three

Coasts

and Mexican

Ports

of

Labor Council,

United

Refuse

American Ships

during the past month.

to

States—
Unload
.

The

walkout

Gulf

at

the

r

Atlantic and

ports was called by a "strike
strategy committee" of
International Seamen's Union, under the
leadership of
Joseph Cur ran, in sympathy with the Pacific Cbast
strike,
the

which

have

ship
and

went

been

into

tied

owners as

effect

up
a

freight.




on
Oct. 30.
Hundreds of vessels
by the strikes, causing heavy losses to

result of canceled

.•//

.

7;

bookings of

7;..

of

passengers

the

of relative

area

apparent desire
needless

among

currency stability and an
to avoid
any further

governments

tampering with circulating units.

money

that bankers and business

men

by

the

The

stability

require for the

ordinary conduct

of their affairs will be furthered
additions to the
existing agreements.

materially

The six
in the
group make up a formidable bloc that
seems to be interested in
maintaenance of reasonable
currency
relationships.
Less satisfactory than the extension of the
agreements are indications that control over
gold movements
by governments is being tightened
countries

what

now

disappointing

equalization funds

steadily.
It is also some¬
to note that the various stabilization and

are

managed continually in the deepest
though there appears to be little reason for
keeping information from the public that
supplied the funds.
It is plain that
exchanges of information are in
secrecy,

even

the countries interested in
agreement could be offered
The Washington

progress among

stability, and
by others.

announcement

was

threat to that

no

the

to

effect

that

Switzerland \and Holland had
joined the accord for inter¬

national

strike of maritime workers
along the Pacific, Atlantic
Gulf coasts of the United
States has been in effect

and

progressively by the United States, Great Britain
France, after devaluation by the members of the
gold
on
Sept. 25.
The three countries,
Secretary of the
Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr., said, had
joined not only
the declaration of
Sept. 25 but also the gold exchange agree¬
ment reached as a
corollary to that accord on Oct. 13.
This
event is one of
great importance, for it indicates a
rapid ex¬
and

bloc

of

Following

Boettiger, son-in-law of President Roosevelt, has
been appointed by William
Randolph Hearst as publisher of the
"Post-Intelligencer." Mr. Boettiger, who was formerly a
repor¬
ter for the
Chicago "Tribune," is resigning as Assistant to Will
H. Hays, head of the Motion Picture
Producers and Dis¬

In

effected

tension
on

upon the basis

cutive committee of the
American Federation of Labor."
,

An announcement was made
in Washington on Nov.
23
that Belgium, Switzerland and
the Netherlands had
joined
the agreement for
temporary international currency stability

currency

equilibrium

Britain, France and
indicated at the
ment with the

same

reached on Sept. 25 by
the "United States.
Mr. Morgenthau
time that Belgian intimations of
agree¬

principles then expressed had been augmented

by formal adherence.
rency pact were

The three

new

described unofficially

members of the
as

"associate

bers," who will share all rights and
privileges

ciding

upon

still

further

additions.

In

save
a

cur¬

mem¬

that of de¬

brief

formal

statement, Mr. Morgenthau welcomed the declarations of
the three
countries, and he added that arranagements have
been made by the United States
Treasury for gold transac¬
tions on a reciprocal basis with the
new members.
The price
of gold for export from the United
States remains $35 a fine
ounce, plus
y±% handling charges.
The Secretary also

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5

MONTHLY REVIEW

Dec., 1936]

explained that previous regulations for sales of gold to foreign
central banks had been withdrawn and

replaced by arrange¬
ments for gold movements only through government agencies,
so far as this country is concerned.
These modifications
appear to have been due to the lack of a stabilization fund
in
Belgium.
All other members have stabilization or
equalization funds and gold movements are to be arranged in
settlement of balances through such funds, but in the case of
Belgium direct inter-government arrangements will be
//'•'•■-W : /;•••;";'/

necessary.

^

•

Monetary prospects of the world were surveyed by the
central bankers who comprise the directorate of the Bank for
International Settlements, in the course of their monthly
meeting at Basle, Nov. 8 and 9, but the bankers were reported
as anticipating no early move toward formal stabilization.
The British attitude on international monetary affairs was
explained in curiously vague terms, Nov. 9, by Prime
Minister Stanley Baldwin.
"It used to be said," Mr. Bald¬
win remarked, "that the financial leadership of the City of
London in the world was founded on the gold standard, but
our experience of the last five years has demonstrated that
the position of London is based on something deeper.
The
stability of our currency has been dependent not on any
material standard, but on the city's tradition of honor,
moderation and public spirit.
Recent events have shown
how this factor of stability may be used in the system of
international cooperation.
The City of London no longer
insists upon the position of solitary leadership which devolved
upon it in the last century.
Rather, it looks forward to a
future in which responsibility for credit regulation throughout

an
outbreak of international hostilities.
dangers of the situation long have been recog¬
nized, and the armaments activities of leading nations were
stimulated almost from day to day as disclosures of new pacts
and new forms of diplomatic aggression were made known.
Highly disturbing, in one sense, was the announcement at
Berlin and Tokio, Nov. 25, that signatures had been attached
to a new German-Japanese treaty directed officially against
the Communist Internationale, of Moscow.
Although this
pact appeared to be based mainly on the antagonism of the
German and Japanese governments to Communism, it was
accepted everywhere that it conceals aggressive aims on
Soviet Russia.
Italy was held to be a natural ally of the two
signatories, and some form of Italian agreement with the
expressed aims was held a logical corollary.
That the Fascist powers of Europe afford real dangers to
the peace of the world was demonstrated also by the joint
German-Italian recognition of the rebels in Spain.
Plainly
alarmed by the slow progress of the Fascist and Monarchist
insurgents whom they aided so liberally from the start of the
rebellion on July 18, the German and Italian regimes hastily
extended official recognition to General Francisco Franco
and his Burgos regime on Nov. 18.
The striking demonstra¬
tion of Fascist sympathy with the aims of the rebels promptly
heightened the tension in European affairs.
Other govern¬
ments took a grave view of the position, but took no steps to

steadily

toward

The inherent

demarche.

the

counteract

German Government tore

The

another section of the Treaty of Versailles by announcing
that the internationalization of
German waterways A as

up

understandings and its attitude was emphasized
offered on Nov. 6.
In explaining this loan to the public, Dr. Hjalmar Schacht,
Minister of Finance and President of the Reichsbank, de¬

provided in that document, was at an end.
In the Far East,
Japan urged its Inner Mongolian and Manchukuoan allies to
make war against the constituted Chinese authorities of d-he
Province of Suiyuan, and thus created great tension between
Japan and China.
These incidents and their correlations
kept Europe and the Far East in a state of continual and
growing apprehension regarding a possible outbreak-- "oik,

clared that it merits the confidence of small investors because

hostilities.

there

next

the world will be assumed with other great countries."
The
German Government remained aloof from all international
currency

when

a

loan of 500,000,000 marks was

will

never

be

any

internal devaluation of German

question asked everywhere was what the
leaders in Germany, Italy and

The

steps of the aggressive

Japan might be.

currency.
Inter-American Peace Conference

Armaments and Alliances

Plans and preparations were

completed during November
Inter-American peace conference which started at
Buenos Aires, Dec. 1, with an address by President Roose¬
velt.
This gathering grew steadily in importance as reports
were confirmed
that Mr. Roosevelt would make a quick
journey to Latin America in order to start the discussions.
The conference was suggested by Mr. Roosevelt, who under¬
took early this year a personal survey of views held by the
heads of Latin American States regarding matters pertaining
to peace.
The continuing war scares in Europe gradually
inclined the world to the belief that a titanic struggle is all
but inevitable in the Old World and on this basis, also, the
Pan-American meeting assumed ever greater importance.
Secretary of State Cordell Hull, as the official head of the
United States delegation, sailed from New York for Buenos
Aires on Nov. 7.
He expressed the belief, on his departure,
that a strong feeling of mutual understanding prevails
throughout the Western Hemisphere.
"Although substan¬
tial progress
has been made by the establishment of
conciliation and arbitration tribunals, much remains to be
done," the Secretary remarked.
"Our delegation will make
every appropriate gesture to carry forward the work already
started and to strengthen the structure of peace."
President
Roosevelt marked the occasion by a radio address in which
he expressed the hope that the conference would demonstrate
to the war-weary peoples of the world "that the scourge of
for the

armed conflict

and will be eliminated from the Western

can

Hemisphere."
Elaborate preparations for the reception of the American
President were made at Buenos Aires, and also at Rio de
Janeiro and Montevideo, the ports of call of the cruiser
Indianapolis which carried Mr. Roosevelt southward.
The
President reached Rio de Janeiro, the Brazilian capital, on
Nov. 27, and he there addressed a joint session of the
Brazilian Congress, called for the purpose of hearing him.
Mr. Roosevelt uttered a resounding declaration against all
offensive warfare on that occasion, and his comments were
greeted with wild enthusiasm and acclaim.
"We cannot
countenance aggression from wherever it may come," he
stated.
"It is unthinkable th^t in this time of world-wide
apprehension we should fail to seize the opportunity to meet
what is a heavy responsibility.
There is no American conflict
that cannot be settled by orderly and peaceful means.
This
is no time to hesitate.
We must be guided by a serene and
generous view of our common need^."
Such statements
whetted the interests of Latin Americans in the conference,
and they attracted keen attention everywhere in the world.
Hopeful as these statements are, it is interesting to note that
the statesmen gathered^ at Buenos Aires took an exceedingly
realistic view of the diplomatic situation in the Americas.
Just before the meeting started it was decided that there was
no place on the agenda for the one unresolved conflict in
South

America.

The

Chacon

war

between

Bolivia

and

Paraguay, which raged for three years, was ruled out of dis¬
cussion, even though it still endangers the relations between
the

disputants. " ^

<

,

European and Far Eaetern War Scaree

The unsettled and

uneasy,

diplomatic state of the world

received much emphasis during November, owing to develop¬
ments in Europe and the Far East that seemed to lead




of European armaments

To the list
added
was

in November,

quite

cose

as

' V

■

•.

increases much w$s

and the record of diplomatic affairs

black as that pertaining to armaments. Belli¬
by some of the Fascist leaders and aug¬

statements

cooperation among the Fascist States were the com¬
of the month.
British and French leaders

mented
mon

events

attempted at times to answer these incidents, but the initia¬
tive in international affairs jrtainly rested with the Fascists,
are prepared to risk war, while
intensely anxious to maintain the peace.
Soviet Russian authorities were somewhat reckless in their

because they

obviously

other nations

statements,

are

The situation

in a defensive sense.

but only

produced by the formal Italo-German agreement was inten¬
by the newest German-Japanese accord, and the ap¬

sified

conclusion

parent
that

European countries clearly was
must be piled on armaments

all

in

increases

armaments

increases.

Nations, on Armistice Day, made available

The League of
some

world armaments.
world

interesting studies as to

announced that armed forces throughout the
ceed by at least

1,700,000

It was
now ex¬

all the forces of 1913.

men

These

figures admittedly are inexact, but where estimates had to
be

made

they

were

computed

very

conservatively.

Semi-

military organizations, which were almost unknown before
the World War, were not included in the estimate of
8,200,000 men under arms, while such formations as the
United

States

National

Guard

and the British Territorial

Army also were excluded.
The pace of rearmament has
been exceptionally rapid since 1931, when the disarmament
conference failed, and most of the recent increase has been
in Europe, it was shown.
To these general statements much
additional evidence
ties announced

country

in

1937

was

added in November.

French authori¬

Nov. 11 that defense expenditures of that

on

will

aggregate 19,040,000,000 francs, or
This is about 56% more than the mili¬
tary outlay for this year, and although some of the increase
about

$885,000,000.

is due to the devaluation of the franc, that factor remains
a

minor

British

one,

since most

expenditures

rearmament program

is

a

are

internal.

The

matter of daily concern

in London, and the speed of this movement was accelerated
wherever

possible.
The German naval program received
early in the month when it was disclosed that
plans are being made for construction in 1937 of a 35,000-ton
battleship.
It was admitted officially in Berlin that the

attention

Reich has started the construction of aircraft carriers, but
no
details were furnished.
The Italian Government an¬
in this

on
Nov. 19 that "military preparation of Italy
special moment must be accelerated, above all in the

aerial

and

in

course

nounced

the

naval
of

fields."

boastful

Russian

authorities

intimated,

sessions of the Communist

Con¬

that the Soviet regime possesses the largest air force
in the world, and it was estimated that Russia now has

gress,

7,000

fighting

airplanes.

Indications

that

Germany

will

train 70,000 flyers were met by Russian statements to the
effect that 100,000 Soviet airmen will be ready to meet
any

Japanese Cabinet Ministers approved the larg¬
outlays in the history of that country.
Viewed against the background formed by these intensive
military preparations, all diplomatic developments occasion
aggression.

est military

^

MONTHLY
the deepest concern

and an ever-present fear of bellicosity.

EEY1EW
Ostensibly the pact is a very simple document,
the Communist Internationale, or Comi-

progress.

directed

shrewdly upon the
anxiety created by their continual diplomatic aggression,
and they are pressing whatever advantages they have.
To
the extent that European Fascist and Japanese purposes
run parallel, they now have clearly drawn Japan into that
arrangement.
Premier Benito Mussolini, speaking in his
customary war-like tones, opened the diplomatic barrage of
the month with a speech at Milan, Nov. 1, devoted entirely
to the foreign relations of Italy.
The Italian dictator dis¬
missed the League of Nations scornfully, and then pro¬
ceeded to make it plain that Italian friendship for France
remains cool, but subject to increase.
For Germany II Duce
had only the greatest praise, and he emphasized the im¬
portance of the Italo-German understanding reached in Ber¬
lin, in October.
"This Berlin-Rome protocol is not a bar¬
rier," he said. "It is rather an axis around which all Euro¬
pean States animated by a desire for peace may collaborate
on troubles."
With specific reference to Great Britain, Pre¬

ment is convinced that no

mier Mussolini remarked that the Mediterranean may be a

by the document.

German and Italian leaders are relying

high-road or short-cut for the British Empire, but for Italy
it is life itself.
Italy does not intend to menace or inter¬
rupt this road, he declared, but does insist upon recognition
of vital

Eden replied to these com¬
in behalf of the British Government, Nov. 5, in the
of

course

full-dress

a

debate

the House of

in

Commons.

Britain, he said, has no intention to attack nor any

Great

Mediterranean.

desire to threaten any Italian interest in the
is merely a

however, the Italian contention that the sea
short-cut for the British Empire, and held that

it is really

a

He disputed,

vital main arterial route.
"It should be pos¬
maintain its vital interests in the

sible for each country to
Mediterranean

without conflict and

said.

even

with mutual ad¬

the
Italian thesis on the League and expressed the hope that
the Geneva organization will continue to function in the
vantages,"

interests

Captain

of

Eden

international

He took

harmony.

issue

with

attention

Some

also

paid in the address to recent German charges that the
colonies of that country were stolen after the World War.
"This tendency to blame Great Britain for
Germany!^ eco¬
was

difficulties

nomic

is

doctrine

a

which

I

could

not

for

a

moment

accept," Captain Eden stated.
Anglo-French rela¬
tions remain cordial, it was indicated, and the House also
was informed that Belgium for the time being adheres to
existing Locarno obligations.
These opening guns in the diplomatic battles of November
followed by salvos from a dozen different directions.

were

European statesmen traveled far and wide over the Conti¬
nent to attend numerous conferences, formal and informal,
in which various problems were surveyed.
The talks were
secret in every case, but there were some incidents that
threw light on a few of the discussions.
Lengthy confer¬
ences
were
held in Vienna, from Nov. 11 to 14, and the
opening session was signalized by announcements that Aus¬
tria and Hungary, who^participated with Italy in the gath¬
ering, would extend formal recognition soon to the Italian
conquest of Ethiopia.
Efforts were made to draw Little
Entente countries into the Fascist bloc by inviting them to
adhere to the Rome protocols.
Foreign Minister Joseph

Beck, of Poland, added to the confusion in the
visit

to

London.

It

was

course

intimated that the visit

of

was

a

for

the purpose of assuring a place for Poland in
any Western

European defense pact that might be consummated.

Before

Mr. Beck left Warsaw, Polish authorities hinted that Brit¬
ish coldness to his proposals might result in Poland
joining
the Fascist bloc more formally than at

The out¬

present.

come

of these London talks

was not

revealed.

The gravity of the entire situation
Nov. 18 when the German and Italian

was

emphasized

on

Governments, acting

headquarters in Burgos. This action heightened the tension
in European affairs and
brought many new problems in its
It made

sheer

a

mockery of

the non-intervention

proceedings of the London committee, and the fact that this
is recognized everywhere is well
indicated by a question put
to Foreign Secretary
Anthony Eden in the House of Com¬
mons,

Nov. 30.

Mr. Eden

was asked if he did not think it
is now time to evacuate all
Spaniards from their country
and leave the interventionist
Powers there to fight it out.
The German Government added another
item to the list on
Nov. 14, when all countries concerned
were notified that

^internationalization of German
valid.

waterways

no

longer

is

This move was regarded in
Berlin as the final step
reattainment of German
sovereignty.
France tried
to formulate a concerted
protest to the Reich against this
further violation of the Versailles
in

the

treaty, but only Czecho¬
slovakia and Yugoslavia
appeared to take any interest in
opposing the Germans, and the matter was
dropped.
For¬
eign Secretary Eden
expressed mild regret in the House of

Commons, Nov. 16,

over

of its pledges.

the fresh repudiation
by the Reich

German-Japanese Treaty

Hardly second in importance to the joint
recognition of
the Spanish rebels by
Germany and Italy was the new
accord reached by
Germany and Japan against Communism.

Sipatures to the document
a

after

were

attached

on

period of months during which
negotiations




i

is quite brief and merely

standing actually prevails between the two countries, since
leaders of the German and Japanese

the

known to harbor

sia
also

belies

the

precise nature

Nov.
were

25,
in

Governments

are

designs upon the territory of Soviet Rus¬
of time taken to formulate the document

The length

simplicity of
of

the

entire

the

available text,

affair

thus

and

the

remains difficult

to gauge.

Soviet Russian authorities, in public statements,
idea that the pact is directed merely at the
idea of Communism, and they declared openly that a secret
military understanding is masked by the accord.
Foreign
Secretary Anthony Eden declared in the House of Commons,
on
Nov. 30, on the other hand, that the British Govern¬
scorned the

military understanding is implied

International anxiety was caused by the new
Nazi-Japa¬
treaty, partly because of the mystery surrounding the
real intent of the signatories and
partly because of the
nese

Chancellor

Adolf

hatred

the

German

Fascists of

late.

entertains

he

Hitler has made

secret

no

of

the

fierce

for Communism, while in a
recent
Nazi Congress he spoke wistfully of the eco¬
nomic progress Germany could make if
possessed of the
wheat fields of the Ukraine and the mineral
wealth of the

speech at

Urals.

a

The territorial

ambitions of Japan have been suf¬
ficiently emphasized by the expansion of that
country on
the Asian continent since 1931, and
by the current endeavors
to gobble up still more
territory. Against this dual menace
Russia has been arming
frantically, while Germany and
Japan claim that their own tremendous increases in arma¬
ments

due

are

Communist

chiefly to what they prefer to regard as the
Against this background the new Ger¬

menace.

man-Japanese treaty
even

than

more

and

Socialist

The

new

Communist

an

seems

portentous.

In

some

countries

impending struggle between the Fascist

States is

read

into

the

document.

treaty, as published, declares that the aim of the
Internationale is directed at

disrupting nnd

violating existing States. To tolerate the
Comintern's inter¬
ference with the internal affairs of
nations not
gers

only endan¬
peace and social welfare, but
threatens world
at large, the treaty adds.
An agreement

internal

peace

reached

was

for

activities of the
to

measures

invited

exchange of

Comintern, and for

combat

this

accordingly
concerning the

information

activity.

to

consultation regarding
Other countries were

join the entente against
Communism.
Perhaps
more significant than such
general statements was a
pro¬
vision that "the high
contracting parties will, at the
proper

time before expiration of
the
arrive at

an

five-year period of the treaty,
each other
concerning the
The Russian Government
lodged pro¬

understanding with

form of cooperation."
tests against the
terms

pact at Berlin and Tokio

were

published, and Moscow

made

belief

even
no

that joint military measures
against
eventuate.
In London and Paris
the view

before the

secret

Russia
was

of

its

would

held that

the treaty is a mere
screen for
military agreements that
already are believed to exist. Some London

authorities pro¬
secret
German-Japanese under¬
to divide the Dutch
East Indies into
spheres of future German and
Japanese influence.
It was
held possible that
Italy will accept the invitation to
join
the crusade
against
fessed

to

standing

action

believe

goes so

was

as

Communism,

was

but British
considered out of the

or

French

question.

War and Intervention in
Spain

1

War

that the

far

along this line

it

in concert, extended recognition to the rebels in
Spain, who
are headed by General Francisco
Franco and who maintain

train.

The treaty text, as made known in Ber¬
commits the participants to
mutual consultations for purposes of combating the Comin¬
tern.
But it is believed everywhere that a deeper under¬
tern, of Moscow.

lin

aggressiveness displayed by

rights and interests.
Secretary Anthony

Foreign
ments

against

waged throughout November
between the rebels

and loyalists in

Spain with a bitterness and
savagery that
appalled the world, but with
results that remained
entirely
inconclusive.
The actual
struggle between the duly elected

Constitutional

Socialists and
cists
and

and

Government

that

now

consists

Italy recognized the rebels and
thus opened
international repercussions to the

of the

chiefly

Communists, and the rebel coalition
Monarchists, was overshadowed when

of

of Fas¬

Germany

a new

phase

conflict
The Left¬
ist regime of the
country was reorganized on Nov.
4, and
four Syndicalists
were admitted in
order to gain the
of the
support
Catalonians.
With Madrid under
constant fire and
capture of the city
threatened, the Cabinet
decided, on
Nov. 7 to move to
Valencia, on the Mediterranean. For a
brief period it was
assumed that the move of
the govern¬
ment foreshadowed
the fall of
Madrid, but this was not
the case.
With augmented forces
and more and better
arms, the loyalists continued
the bitter defense of
the city,
and by the end of
November the tide of war
seemed to be
rolling somewhat in their favor.
This merely increased the
international anxiety, for it
seems clear that even
more open
aid than
heretofore is likely to be
given the rebels in
Spain
by Germany and
Italy, in order to forestall
developments
that might make
those countries
ridiculous because of their
recognition of the rebel
"government."
At the start of
November the rebel armies
were disposed
in a semi-circle
about Madrid, with
great pressure
exerted against the
being
defense points just
around the western
portion of the city.
The insurgents
reached the Manzanares
River, just outside Madrid, on
Nov. 6, and
they made frantic
efforts to capture
bridgeheads and force their
way into the

MONTHLY

Dec., 1936]

the city,

capital itself. As preparation for the assault upon
the insurgents engaged from the very start of the month in
an aerial bombardment of points within Madrid.
Hundreds
of bombs were rained down from heavy airplanes of German
and Italian manufacture, and the pellets killed or maimed
hundreds of people.
Women and children predominated

and it soon became

the victims,

among

apparent that the

the determination of the defend¬
attacks. Despite this, the aerial
bombings continued, and the area of destruction by the end
of November was said to be about one-quarter of the entire
city.
Artillery also was trained upon Madrid when the
insurgent armies encamped on the opposite shore of the
Manzanar&s River, which added to the destruction. Loyalist
pursuit airplanes went up to defend the town, and numerous
"dog-fights" developed, in which many airplanes were
brought flaming to earth.
It appeared, however, that the
insurgents retained mastery of the air, and they continued
to use that mastery with savage and atrocious effects.
The
British Government urged the rebels to confine their bomb¬
ings to recognized military objectives, but such promptings
bombings merely increased
ers to hold out against all

disregarded.

were

The middle of

'
r
November marked a turning

conflict, for the loyalists at

.

.«

..

point in the

that time started a

determined

persistent counter-attack which drove the rebels back
on a wide front.
Barricades were thrown up in the streets
of Madrid to halt the invaders, and the fighting actually
and

proceeded for a while on a
western

hand-to-hand basis in a north¬

known as University

area

City.

The rebels threw

into the thick of that fray, but even
the calm and fearless North Africans were unable to expel
the loyalists.
With redoubled energy they tried to reverse
the course of the war and to some degree they succeeded.
The rebel rear was attacked in suburbs of Madrid some
six to 10 miles away from the heart of the city, but only
the mercenary Moors

made at first.
Larger gains were
subsequently, however, and the rebels found it neces¬
sary to cede some of the ground they won at heavy cost.
The loyalist offensive also was extended at the end of
November to Oviedo, where a small group of rebels held
out against loyalist forces.
But the outcome clearly remains
uncertain, and much depends upon the aid that is likely
to reach the two sides from their respective sympathizers.
It was evident throughout that the loyalists were receiving
the most extensive aid from Russia and some assistance
also from Mexico, just as the royalists were being supplied
with arms and other materials of warfare by Germany,

halting

was

progress

made

REVIEW

an

incident thus

the

took

attitude

was

international complications

of

phase

another

still

But

lanes in loyalist ports,
relieved to a degree. France
similar to that of the British Government.

demand for safety

British

the

to

and

Miguel de

appeared on Nov. 22, when the loyalist cruiser
Cervantes was torpedoed in Cartagena harbor.

The vessel
was
slightly damaged, and •Spanish arms experts who
studied the fragments of the torpedo announced that it was
not of Spanish or Italian manufacture.
The Spanish naval
authorities announced also that several submarines which
seemed to be under the guidance of a German warship
maneuvered outside Cartagena just before the torpedoing
that the insurgents possessed
civil war, and that all
Spanish ports with facilities for building them were in
loyalist hands.
The official Spanish document went on to
list numerous instances where German warships carefully
watched movements of loyalist vessels, even to the extent
of following them from port to port, and it was charged
that these movements were reported to the rebels.
No
reply to these statements and charges was made by the
German
Government.
The
loyalist regime in Madrid
answered the Italo-German recognition of the rebels by
seizure of the embassy buildings in Madrid of those coun¬
tries, and arrest of some political refugees who were found
took

They pointed out

place.

submarines

no

in

A

building.

German

the

the start of the

at

against the

protest

formal

:

was

test has been without results.

increasingly martial atmosphere in Eastern Asia con¬
to the apprehensions of a major con¬

An

tributed last month

The situation between

flict.

China and Japan, strained for

reached a point where the Chinese preferred
to defy the Japanese invaders of their northern provinces
rather than risk the loss of additional territory.
Mixed
forces of Manchukuoan and Mongolian troops, abetted by the
years,

many

Japanese and aided by considerable
artillery and airforce experts,

nese

of the Inner

November.

detachments of Japa¬
started an invasion

Mongolian province of Suiyuan in the middle of
The intent clearly was to add that huge slice of

Chinese territory to the

puppet-State of Manchukuo which

loyalists struggled with insane

comprising Inner Mongolian troops who remained loyal to
the Chinese cause, and by an army of Chinese troops sent

taneously announced recognition of the rebel

In the early days of November the

gos.

simul¬
regime at Bur¬

when the German and Italian governments

Nov. 18,

non-intervention

committe at London continued to debate the question

of aid

loyalists and rebels, respectively, by the Russian govern¬
ment and the Facist regimes of Italy and the Reich.
Each
to

side accused the other furiously
to

extend

material

no

aid

of violating the commitment
Spanish contenders, al¬

to the

though/ all the world knew that actual supplies were being
rushed in both cases.
The joint Italo-German recognition
of the rebels put an

end to the farce at London, but it also

for the

north

China formally notified Japan at

purpose.

the end of November that war would be preferred to further

surrender of territory.
This produced a delicate
situation, for the Japanese authorities made very plain on
several occasions their sympathy with the invading group.
supine

Soviet Russia Constitution

;

More than ordinary importance

sion of the Congress of Soviets

attaches to a special ses¬

in Russia, called for Nov. 25

by Dictator Joseph Stalin to accede to the formulation of a
Constitution for Russia.
The charter was framed over a

heightened the tension in European affairs and introduced

period

numberless

questions as to the correct attitude of the genu¬
such as France and Great Britain.
Virtually
identical statements were issued in Rome and Berlin, to the

internal and external reasons.

ine neutrals,

legislature, with a lower house consisting of members elected

effect that General Franco was in possession of the major

chosen by the supreme

part of Spain, while the rest of the country could no longer
be considered in the control of a responsible, authoritative

and

Agents

government.

of

rebels

the

were

received

in

the

Facist capitals and ambassadors
and

British

The

French

to Burgos appointed.
governments took no formal

notice of this incident,
notice of the

new

but they were soon forced to take
attitude which it induced among the in¬

surgents in Spain.
It was made known in London on Nov.
20 tbat General Franco, as the leader of the rebels, Jiad
notified the leading maritime nations that he intended to
use

the Spanish warships that

break of the

war

universal

by

demonstrations

State

to

Much

The United States

government, informed unofficially of this development, de¬
cided to take no official notice, but American ships were

urged to continue avoiding Spanish ports.

The British

gov¬

could

not

be

recognized.
Accordingly, General
any vessels searching or seizing

informed that

British

ships

on

the high

seas

and he was asked also to keep

would be treated as pirates,
safety lanes open for neutral

ships in Barcelona and other loyalist ports.^
good faith

To show its

the British

government moved to make illegal
the carrying in British ships of war materials for either
side

in

Spain.
To show its determination, London also
complete redistribution of its warships in the Medi¬
terranean.
General Franco, after some hesitation, acceded
made

a




are

confirmed

in

all

of production.

means

work

also

is

embodied

made of this

new

charter by Mr.

the

Stalin in

for external

as

The

fact

an

well

as

He declared that Socialism has been

achieved in Russia and the foundations laid for real
munism.

The

in

■

internal consumption.

that

there

Com¬

longer antagonistic
classes in Russia was emphasized, and Mr. Stalin tried to
depict that situation as a virtue. He declared that the new
Constitution

sented, and
was

to

that clearly was intended

the

Franco

of work,'rest and security.

Citizens

included.

citizens

of

was

the only'

ligerency

are

the land and

own

ernment gave

lengthy consideration to the problem thus pre¬
arrived at the conclusion that a state of bel¬

The
rights, whereunder

the ownership of personal effects, but it is reserved for the

document.

all countries of possible

"supreme organ of political power."

Equal rights for women, and guarantees of religious free¬
dom, as well as freedom of the press, and of assemblies and

obligation

naval action of the most drastic nature.

and an upper house of members
councils of the constituent republics

all citizens will have guarantees

fell into his hands at the out¬

to terminate the traffic, and warned

granted for both

It provides for a bi-cameral

Constitution likewise contains a bill of

address

as

apparently was

provinces.
The new parliamentary body
"Supreme Council of the U. S. S. R.,"

and it is to be the

for blockading the loyalist ports through

arms

suffrage,

autonomous

the insurgents contended, a "scandalous" traffic

in

but

will be known as the

and ammunition-was flowing to the loyalists.
He
threatened to destroy the port of Barcelona, if necessary,

which,

months,

of

real

is

the

most

truly democratic
reason

for

are

no

democratic
one

in the

in existence.

adopting the

charter

world

and

who

are

is

Some idea of
may

be gained

from the further comment of the Russian dictator that

Constitution

the

will give moral

support to people everywhere
struggling against the encroachments of Fascism.

Optimistically, Mr. Stalin suggested that the document will
serve
as
a
model for capitalist countries.
The glowing
promises of the Russian dictator and the apparent liberalism
of the Constitution are neatly set off in a dispatch from
Harold Denny, Moscow correspondent of the New York
"Times."
"It must always be borne in mind," said Mr.
Denny, "that such words and phrases

as free

i

:®S

;

China and Japan

fury for possession of Madrid, a new phase was reached in
the international aspects of the conflict.
This occurred on

While the insurgents and

v

lodged with the League of Nations in
Geneva, along with a request for an immediate session of
the League Assembly to consider the matter, but the usual
dilatory tactics were* employed by the League, and the pro¬
recognitions

Japan set up after carving the area out of the former Chi¬
nese territory
of Manchuria.
But in this instance diffi¬
culties were encountered in the endeavor to set up another
"autonomous" area.
The 30,000 troops and their artillery
and aerial aids were defeated rather badly by defenders

Italy and Portugal.

'VvU

speech,

free^

8

MONTHLY
of

dom

meeting,

Russia)

what

This is still

and

they
be

to

the

like, simply do not
in advanced liberal

mean

a

(in

mean

ceived of

217,204,000 feet. For the week ended Oct. 31 there
by 580 mills a total of 251,995,000 feet;
shipped, 248,623,000 feet, and new business booked of 280,-

countries.

dictatorship and will remain

definitely."

055 000 feet.
Steel Trade—Non-Ferrous Metals

Aa a

sequence

All

steel industry's

ton on semi-finished and finished steel and $1 a ton on pig
iron, which had been expected by buyers, were announced
on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24 and were preceded by an increased
volume of anticipatory buying, resulting in a slight bulge
in steel plant operations in some districts, stated the "Iron
Age" of Nov. 26, in its review of steel conditions.
The pig

iron

price increase became effective immediately, while the

semi-finished and finished
1.

Dec.

on

regions except California redwood, Southern cypress,
Southern hardwoods reported orders
above production in the week ended Nov. 21.
All reporting
softwood regions except West Coast and California redwood
Northern hemlock and

of the advances in steel wages, which, it

estimated, will add upward of $60,000,000 annually to
payroll, price advances of $1 to $4 a

was

the

remarked

The magazine

as

follows:

steel

advances

went

into effect

"Demand for steel showed

able increase during the last week

an

appreci¬

of the month following

point to 75%% of capacity, the high¬
since the spring of 1930.
Large orders for rails and

ing rate advanced

one

railroad equipment

ginning Nov. 23.
commodities

provided the feature for the week be¬

In these lines and in other iron and steel

where

the

reported orders

above the 1935 week.

All

regions except

West Coast and Southern cypress reported shipments
and all but West Coast and Northern hemlock

price

advances

are

expected
^

to

stimulate bookings, there were many indications that a high
rate of operations will be maintained for the balance of the

above,

reported pro¬

duction above the corresponding

week

last year.

Hides, Leather and Footwear

/The First National Bank of Boston, in its "New England
Letter," under date of Nov. 30, discusses these markets as
follows:

•;

,

,

"Steel," in its issue of Nov. 30,

the price announcement and the national steelworks operat¬
est rate

produced

were

in¬

one

REVIEW

"Rising trend of consumer purchasing power has materi¬
ally aided demand for footwear.
While showing a seasonal
tendency

to

taper

off

production

nevertheless

relatively heavy.

continues

\

"September

was the second month in which output ex¬
40,000,000 pairs, lifting the nine-months' total to a
level 5% ahead of the comparable
period in 1935.
ceeded

Ordinarily
abrupt, but this year
buyers have underesti¬

the decline in output after October is
trade

indicate

reports

mated

their

seasonal

that

many

needs

and

that

reorders

have

been

large.
'
J:
:
.*
:
"Manufacturers' quotations of fall and winter shoes are
very firm.
As the time for pricing and styling spring lines
-

and into the first quarter of 1937." The price of steel
scrap, after rising slightly on Nov. 2 from $16.50 to $16.58 a
gross ton, declined on Nov. 9 to $16.33, and on Nov. 16 to
year

$16.17, the latter quotation remaining in effect throughout
the remainder of the month, and compares with $13.25 a
ton at the close of November last year.
The "Iron
Age" pig iron composite was increased $1 a ton to $19.73 on
Nov. 24, highest since December, 1926, and also compares
gross

with

$18.84 at Nov.

26, 1935.

price for finished steel

The "Iron

Age" composite
unchanged at 2.197c. a pound

was

against 2.130c. at the close of November last year.

as

The American Iron and Steel Institute estimated the steel
mills of the country as operating at 74.3% of capacity for
the week beginning Nov. 23 as compared with

74.1% for the
preceding seven-day period, 74.0% for the week beginning
Nov. 9, 74.7% for the week beginning Nov. 2, and
74.3% for
the closing week of October.
At the close of November,
1935, the mills of the country were reported to be operating
at

55.4% of capacity.
As

to

non-ferrous

metals, "Metal and Mineral Markets"

of Nov. 26 remarked in brief
of major

the

same

the

week

non-ferrous

high rate
ended

as

metals

as

Nov.

follows:

to

"Though deliveries
are
holding at
buying slackened in

consumers

in

October,

25.

The

new

London

market

continued

strong, with increased activity in lead and zinc. Prices here
of major metals were
unchanged but firm at the close of
the

month."

The

wide

spread between the foreign and
domestic quotations had
finally caused sellers here to raise
the price of copper on Nov. 6
%c. to 10.62%c., Connecticut

Valley, the highest level reached since Jan. 8,1931. Demand
for lead continued fairly active
throughout the month, and

the price for that
metal, after advancing on Oct. 27 to 4.70c.,
New York, and on the

following day to 4.80c.

further
4.90c.

during the

on

month

under

review

as

pound,

rose

follows:

To

a

Nov.

4, to 5.00c. on the next
day, to 5.10c. on
10, and to 5.20c., New York, on Nov.
16, or to the
highest quotation for lead seen since Oct.
8, 1930.
The
price of zinc moved up 10 points to
5.32%c., New York, on
Nov. 9, with the undertone
strong even at the higher level.
Nov.

On

Nov.

17

a

metal

sharply higher during the early part of the
month,
the quotation rising to
54.00c. on Nov.
10, but eased off
during the remainder of the month and
closed

52.00c.

on

Nov. 30

of hides and

leather, possible wage advances, and
Security Act upon employers

the added levies of the Social

leave

open

no

other alternative.

developments with

recent

and,

years

Inc., goods in

The lumber

were

tanner had from recent advances in
leather.
ment in hide

prices is attributed

cov¬

^

21, 1936, preliminary reports
a total
production of 207,382,000 feet
an<^ softwoods
combined; shipments of 192,354,000 feet, and new business of
from 589 mills showed

234,206,000 feet. For the
preceding week
revi^d figures show that a total of 607
mills produced
207,832,000 feet, shipped
190,709,000 feet and
received orders for
226,387,000 feet.
For the week ended

anzM?0?*?,0™ 5?9 mills showed
958,000 feet, shipments of




a total output of 215,189,639,000 feet, and orders re¬

This improve¬

to record shoe

production,
reduction of government hide
stocks, inflationary influences
affecting most commodity markets and stronger
Argentine

quotations.

"Inspected slaughter is still heavy, the total for the 10
ending October running about 12% ahead of the
comparable period last year, but the
uninspected kill has
been somewhat lower.
October figures failed to achieve the
months

full seasonal advance
of live stock at

over

September, however, and receipts

leading markets

in recent weeks have more

nearly approximated corresponding periods last
the

numbers of cattle

on

year.
With
feed estimated to be less than a

year

ago, the kill in 1937,
barring
be less than this
year.
Trends of

drought, is expected to
supply and demand fac¬
tors, therefore, favor a gradual
improvement in the statis¬
tical position of raw hides."
Grains

Although there

were

temporary reactions, the trend

prices in domestic wheat markets
past month.
season.

of

was

upward during the
In fact, prices reached new
high levels for the

Improvement

in flour
demand, continued tightness
position, absence of sufficient moisture
spring wheat belts, and strength in sur¬

in the domestic cash
in the winter and

rounding markets were
among
Toward the end of the
month the

the stimulating factors.
menacing European politi¬

developments and an announcement
Government would create a food defence

m

Manufacturers Association from
regional associations

Exchange,
Sept. 30
November, 1935. Buy¬
on

"Sales of hides have been
heavy and at advancing prices.
Quotations for native steers are up
%c., and light cows are
l%c. above October levels, wiping out
any advantage the

appreciably above output and
shipments, both of
which have been restricted
by the maritime strike. National
production reported during the Nov. 21
week of 3% fewer
mills was
approximately equal to..,output of the Nov. 14

ering the operations of important
softwood and hardwood'
mills.
Production in the week ended Nov. 21 was shown by
reporting softwood mills as 6% below
the
corresponding
week of
1935; shipments, 6% above, and
orders, 13% above.
During the week ended Nov.

watdhing

ing interest in upper leather is broad and has been stimu¬
lated by the 1 to 3c.
mark-ups that have occurred since the
first of the month.

enced sentiment.
This
the grain trade as

week; shipments were 1% above, and new
orders 3% above
that week,
according to reports to the National
Lumber

is

and finished inventories

the lowest for any month since

industry during the four weeks ended Nov.
21,
1936, averaged 58%% of the 1929
weekly average of pro¬
duction and 57%% of 1929
shipments. Reported new orders
were

trade

according to the Commodity

process

cal

Lumber Movement

The

lively interest.

a

"Leather is moving in active volume
considering the sea¬
son of the
year.
Both production and consumption in the
nine months ended September exceed
comparable periods in

further

gain of 10 points became
effective,
which increased the
price of zinc at New York to
5.42%c.,
or
to the highest quotation
reached since March 6, 1930.
Increased activity in the tin
market drove prices for that

at

approaches much is heard in the trade about the
necessity
for advanced prices.
Advocates maintain that increases in
the cost

accumulate reserve
ties.

that

the

British

plan further influ¬

last development was construed
by
indicating that England would start to

supplies of grains and other commodi¬

Reports that Italy was a
heavy buyer of
Argentina and Australia also added

new

wheat

to the bullish enthu¬

siasm.

The domestic wheat
position appeared to be strong
from almost
every angle.
Stocks of wheat in the United
States in the four
leading positions of farm reserves, visible
supplies, interior mills and elevator
stocks and
commercial

mill supplies are
below what they were in
the correspond¬
ing time last year.
In a recent revision of
estimates, the
011
* *n the United
States was placed

at

137,000,000 bushels,

about 13,000,000 bushels less
than
On the basis of this
figure, total sup¬
plies available for the
current season in this
country, includ¬
ing crop and
carryover, were
or

previously shown.

disappearance last

764,000,000 bushels.

season

Domestic

was

placed at about 660,000,000
bushels, and consumption should
be heavier this
year be¬
cause of the
anticipated larger feeding demand.
In

regard
to world
requirements, it is estimated that world
importing
countries will need
upwards of 540,000,000 bushels
this sea-

^1'aaa uls 5>0,mpares ™th earlier

000,000 bushels.

Therefore, it

estimates of around 515,is expected that the
principal

MONTHLY BEVIEW

Dec., 1936]

buyer is relieved of all uncertainty due to varying labor
charges because of the provision that all expenses to deliver
Hemisphere crops turn
at ship's tackle must be prepaid by the deliverer.
In ad¬
out larger than presently indicated.
In addition to the
dition, the sugar must be free and clear of all liens at the
strong statistical position, more or less apprehension has
time of delivery and free to be moved from store without
been
caused by the continued absence of much-needed
hindrance.
Through cooperation with the Ouban Govern¬
moisture in the domestic winter wheat belt.
An increased
ment, through the Cuban Sugar Institute, necessary rules
acreage has apparently been seeded under rather favorable
have been passed in Cuba protecting the receiver of sugars
conditions in the eastern two-thirds of the winter wheat belt,
under an Exchange contract.
The provision for delivery
but reports from the extreme West have been less favorable
in the port of Norfolk is interpreted as merely to insure
due to moisture deficiency.
A Ihrge winter wheat acreage
delivery to the buyer in any eventuality, for a seller, if
is looked for, but the increase may not equal earlier expecta¬
prevented from delivering in Cuban warehouse, could bring
tions. Apprehension has also been aroused by long-continued
sugar from Cuba, Santo Domingo, Haiti, Brazil, Mexico and
failure of needed precipitation to develop over the domestic
Peru to Norfolk and in that way complete his contracts.
and Canadian spring wheat belts, where serious shortage
Trading in the No. 3 futures contract on the Exchange,
of subsoil moisture exists.
According to official reports,
which represents the domestic price level, will continue,
precipitation in North and South Dakota from Jan. 1 to date
but this new No. 4 contract, which naturally will reflect
has been the smallest on record for these two States.
While
the world "open" market price, is expected to be of invalu¬
these conditions may be remedied by an unusually heavy
able. service to all those trading in the "open" market,
amount of rainfall next spring, the outlook at the moment
whether producers or consumers.
undoubtedly provides a basis for more or less concern.
A
Coffee
desire on the part of many holders to accept profits caused
reactions in prices at times, but as offerings were readily
Markets for coffee "futures" worked irregularly higher
absorbed, the setbacks proved to be of short duration.
during the past month.
Heavy selling for profits on ad¬
Corn, oats and rye likewise moved upward during the
vances
caused
sharp reactions at times.
Demand was
month, this being particularly true of corn and rye, which
stimulated by the strength of the Brazilian markets and
scored sharp gains.
Buying of the coarse grains was stimu¬ firmness of c. & f.
offerings. Of possibly more importance
lated by the strong statistical position, smallness of country
than anything else, however, in the coffee picture has been
offerings and shortage of feedstuffs aggravated by lack of the fact
that Brazil, together with all Central American
grazing from the new wheat crop.
Because of the short
producing countries, have combined to work together for
supply of corn, imports from Argentina have had but little
higher prices.
No. 7 Rio was quoted on Nov. 30 at 8%c.
influence on prices for this commodity.
In Chicago the
against 8%c. Oct. 31; 8@8%c. Sept. 30; 8c. Aug. 31; 8%c.
December option for wheat closed on Nov. 30 at 120% c. as
July 31; 7c. June 30; 6%@7c. May 29 (May 30 a holiday)
against an opening price of 113%c. on Nov. 2 (Nov. 1 was
against 6%c. April 30; 6%c. March 31; 6%c. Feb. 29; 6%@
a Sunday).
At Winnipeg the December wheat option closed
7c
Jan. 31; 6y2c. Dec. 31; 6%@6%c. Nov. 30; 6%@6%c.
on Nov. 30 at 109%c. as against an opening of 104%c.
on

exporting countries will have very
end of the season, unless Southern

Nov.

2.

December

Nov.

30

compared

December

40%c.

with the opening

Chicago closed at 105%c.

in

on

opening of 94%c. on Nov. 2.
at 45%c. as against the opening of

with

oats closed

Nov. 2.

on

corn

little wheat left at the

an

December rye closed at 96a as compared
price of 82%c. on Nov. 2.
Sugar

Prices for sugar

Reelection of the Administration
responsible for both the quota system of off-shore sugar im¬
ports and the reciprocal trade agreement with Cuba gave
assurance
for
the
maintenance
of
the measures and

According to

prompted a good demand from all directions.

reports, Washington is already talking of possible action to
be undertaken in the new Cbngress to prolong the Jones-

As the bill stands at
present, it will expire on Dec. 31,1937.
Senator O'Mahoney,
Wyoming Democrat and a leader in Administration action
on sugar, has announced that studies are proceeding looking
towards a tightening of the Act, and a more equitable basis
for benefits to producers in this country.
Meanwhile, the
Sugar Section of the AAA, which administers the JonesCostigan Act, is studying consumption trends, and is ex¬
pected, within the near future, to make public the quotas
Act,

controlling

sugar.

actual sugar,
Refiners also made
sizable sales of refined to manufacturers for delivery in
for

Greater activity also developed in

1937.

liberal buyers

refiners

with

Oct. 31; 8@8%c. Sept.

30; 8@8%c. Aug. 31, the

of raws.

1937, and thgir buying of raws has undoubtedly been largely
cover this business.
Sales of Ouban raw sugars during
the month consisted of the following:
On Nov. 4, November

Dec. 31, unchanged from
7%@8%c. Sept. 30; 7
7%c. Aug. 31; 7%c. July 31; 7%@7%c. June 29; 7%c.
May 31; 7%c. April 30; 8%c. March 30, all in 1935.
8@8%c.

7%@7%c.

31;

Jan.

30; 7%@7%c. on Oct. 31;

Nov.

Coffee

by

Imports

States

United

2.75c.

at
c.

c.

& f.;

& f.; on Nov. 5,* November shipment
Nov. 6, November shipment at 2.80c.

c.
on

& f., November shipment at

2.77c. c. & f., and December

shipment at 2.80c. c. & f.; on Nov. 7, January shipment at
2.74c.

& f.; on Nov.

c.

2.80c.
All

c.

& f.,

& c.; on Nov. 13, January shipment at 2.72c. c. & f.

c.

of

10, January shipment at 2.74c.

shipment at 2.75c. c. & f., and June shipment at

January

the foregoing were

ex-store

at

exclusive of duty.
On Nov. 16
including duty; on Nov. 18, March
c.
& 1, exclusive of duty, and ex-

3.65c.,

at 2.80c.
3.80c., including duty; on Nov. 19, January ship¬
ment at 2.80c. c. & f., exclusive of duty; on Nov. 21, JanuaryFebruary shipment at 2.85c. c. & f., February shipment at
2.90c. c. & f., May shipment at 2.90c. c. & f., July shipment
at 2.90c. c. & f., and March shipment at 2.90c. c. & f., all
exclusive of duty; on Nov. 23, February shipment at 2.90c.
c.
& f., exclusive of duty; on Nov. 24, December-January
shipment at 2.92c. c. & f., exclusive of duty; on Nov. 30,
January shipment at 2.88c. c. & f., exclusive of duty.
At

shipment
store

at

the beginning of the month the wholesale price for refined,
immediate delivery, was quoted by all refiners at 4.50c. with
the exception

4.65c.

On

of Arbuckle, who maintained

Nov.

5

Arbuckle

reduced^

a

list price of

the

price for prompt
•delivery to 4.50c., but on Nov. 6 all refiners, including
Arbuckle, advanced the price to 4.65c.
This latter price
was

maintained

until

Nov.

advanced the price to 4.80c.,

10,

when all

leading

refiners

at which figure it was quoted

at the end of the month.

The

new

No. 4 "World Sugar Futures

Eight

South

American

Half of 1936

Imports of coffee into the United States, from the eight
countries represented at the recent conference in Bogota,
Colombia, during the first six month of 1936 were 94.67%
total

the

of

imports

that period,

over

of the New

statistician

York Coffee and

according to the
Sugar Exchange.

during the six '
4,210,809 bags, or 58.36%; Colombia,
1,297,210 bags, or 18%; Salvador, 353,609 bags, or 4.90%;
Guatemala, 340,359 bags, or 4.71%; Mexico, 329,103 bags,
or
1.56%; Venezuela, 190,713 bags, or 2.64%;- Nicaragua,
54,448 bags, or 0.76%, and Costa Rica, 53,478 bags, or 0.74%,
a total of 6,839,728 bags of the 7,215,054 bags which entered
this country from all sources during the first half of 1936.

The Exchange
months

said on Nov. 16 that Brazil

shipped

Rubber

Crude rubber started
the

With
and with factory

the month firm and active.

statistical position continuing strong,

buying rather substantial, the market, with only minor in¬
terruptions, followed an upward trend which carried prices
to above 18c.
A major supporting factor was the sustained
European demand, which was reflected in a continuous de¬
world stocks.
Successive increases of the export

cline in

duty on native rubber by the Government of the Dutch East
Indies also had a steadying effect.
Following the publica¬
tion

of

the United

States rubber consumption

figures for

October, in the amount of 49,509 tons, another sharp spurt
in trading

ness

developed, as this volume far surpassed expecta¬

Later in the month a restraining influence on busi¬

tions.

was

exerted

by the uncertainty surrounding the next

meeting of the International

Rubber Regulation Committee,

scheduled to be held Dec. 15, but subsequently trading again

more

grew

active as tire manufacturers

displayed more

interest in offerings.

Ribbed

smoked

sheets for spot

delivery

were

quoted at

18%c. asked Nov. 30 against 17%c. Oct. 31; 16 9/16c. asked
Sept 30; 16%c. asked Aug.

31; 16%c. asked July 31; 16%c.

asked June 30; 15 ll/16c. asked on May

29 (May 30

a

holi¬

day) against 15%c. asked April 30, the same as on March 31;
against 15%c. asked Feb. 29; 15c. asked
Dec 31, 1935; 13%c. asked on Nov. 30;

Jan. 31; 13%c.
13%c. asked on

asked on Sept. 30; 11 %c. asked on
12%c. asked July 31; 12 7/16c. asked June 29;
12-3/16c. asked on May 31; ll%c. asked April 30, and ll%a
Oct.

31;

11 15/16c.

Aug. 31;
asked

on

Contract," approved

by the membership of the New York Coffee and Sugar Ex¬
change, Inc., on Nov. 25, will provide for the delivery of
raw cane sugar
in licensed warehouses in certain Cuban

from

Represented 94.67% of Total Imports During Firet

Countries

to

shipment at 2.70c.

same as on

July 31; 7%@7%c. June 30, the same as on May 29; against

7%@7%c. April 30, the same as March 31; 8@8%a Feb. 29;

"futures" scored fairly substantial gains

during the past month.

Costigan

Oct. 31; 6%@7c. Sept. 30; 6y2c. Aug. 31; 6%@6%c. July 31;
6%@6%c. June 29; 6%@7%c. May 31; 6%@7c. April 30;
7%c. March 30, all in 1935.
No. 7 Santos was quoted Nov. 30 at 9%c. against 8%c.

March 30,1935.
Textiles

The textile trades

continued active during most of the

period under review. Retail trade again made a very satis¬
showing.
Brisk fall temperatures stimulated con¬
sumer demand for seasonal apparel, and the enhanced pur¬

ports, and also in bond at the port of Norfolk, Va.
The
terms have been brought as near as possible to the
regular

factory

"f.o.b."

chasing power of the buying public, due to numerous wage

contract

now




in

ordinary

/commercial

use.

The

v

a

' &

&

10

MONTHLY

increases and larger dividend disbursements,

rendered

V impetus

to early Christmas shopping.
Wholesale
showed sustained activity, as the good flow of
distributive channels made large inroads into
stocks and caused merchants to place substantial

4

both

on

seasonal

goods

and

gift items.

The

crude has been included in the Gulf Coast

an

business

goods

in

retailers'

raw

cotton

While

developments reported during the earlier part of the
period exerted a depressing influence, their effect was more
crop

and above at $1.24.

than offset

by the result of the presidential election, with
its ensuing possibility of a continuance of
crop control and
of the general policy of raising
commodity prices.
The pub¬

of

the

injected by

was

decline in

the

of

initial

,

Several comparatively unimportant revisions were
made in
prices early in the month. Other changes included
a 5c. lift in the
price of West Kentucky crude to $1.28 posted
by the Ohio Oil Co. The same company lifted Rock

Creek,

Wyo., crude 3^c. to $1,083^ and also
crude 10c. to 62c. a barrel.
of Standard of Indiana, cut

cut Grass Creek, Wyo.,
Stanolind Oil & Gas,

subsidiary

prices in three areas in Wyoming.
Frannie light crude was cut 8c. to 70c. and Frannie
heavy 10c,
to 62c.
Hamilton Dome and Grass Creek
heavy were cut 10c.
Important court decisions were won by the Texas Railroad

element

unsettlement

an

crude oil

lication of the government crop report
which, with its esti¬
mated production of 12,400,000 bales, far exceeded
average
private estimates, caused a recession in prices, but the de¬
cline kept within relatively narrow
bounds, chiefly du6 to
the excellent, movement of finished
goods and the very
favorable domestic cotton consumption
report.
An
of

clasd,

posting setting it at 88c. for 18 gravity and beloW.3Pvh an
added 2c. differential for each
degree of gravity, making the
top of 44 gravity and above at $1.22.
The new Humble schedule
placed Flour Bluff crude in the
same class as the Anahuac and Dickinson
crudes, setting the
price at $1.04 for 30 to 30.9 gravity, at an added 2c. dif¬
ferential for each degree of
gravity making the top gravity

re-orders

market moved rather irregularly during the month.

KEVIEW

the continued discussions

The major victory came in
by spinners 1 Commission during the month.
the decision rendered Nov. 11
of foreign
by a three-judge Federal Court
growths, and the uncertainty surrounding the government dismissing a: suit which * attacked the
Commission's oil
policy with regard to next year's crop.
production regulations on grounds that such rules interfered
At the end of the
month an irregular trend
with the taxing power of the Federal
developed as major impulses were
Government.
The
lacking, and prices were influenced chiefly by speculative decision, hailed by Texas officials as
ending hopes of evasion
of hot oil rules by
trading and switching of hedges to later positions.
operators, held that the suit has "the
Spot
cotton here in New York was quoted at 12.08c.
apparent purpose of moving a large quantity of unlawful oil
Nov. 2.
After
in inter-State commerce."
reaching a high of 12.35c. Nov. 7, the price declined to 12.10c.
Nov. 12, but subsequently rallied and
The action started when F. A. and R. L.
closed at 12.34c.
Johnson, sureties
Nov. 30.
on the bond of S. G.
Trading in print cloths continued active.
Gentry, former East Texas oil
While

abroad,

the

sharp

use

increase

American

in

the

cotton

production

most orders called for
first-quarter 1937 delivery, later
shipments attracted growing attention.
The delivery situa¬
tion continued very
tight, and most mills were reported to
be sold up on their
first-quarter output.
A feature of the
trading was the re-insertion in sales contracts of
protective
price clauses against higher costs, due to
possible legisla¬

tive measures.

Print cloth at Fall River for 28-inch
64x60's
Successive mark-ups carried the
quota¬
tion to 5%c. Nov. 30. • The
price of 27-inch 64x60's was 5%c.
Nov. 30 as against 4%c. Oct. 31.
Osnaburgs were quoted
at 10% c. Nov. 30 as
compared with 9%c. Oct. 31.
Cotton
consumption in the United States, as reported
by the Census
Bureau on Nov. 14, established a
new high record
for the
month of
October, amounting to 646,499 bales of lint and
72,546 bales of linters as against
629,727 bales of lint and
67,859 bales of linters in September and
552,840 bales of
lint and 67,279 bales of linters
was

4%c. Nov. 2.

in

October, 1935.

The woolen goods markets
continued

increased their production
growing interest in the
due

to

rising

as

fairly active. Mills
clothing manufacturers showed

new

spring

lines.

wool

raw

Subsequently,

quotations and higher production
costs as a result of
wage 'increases, sellers withdrew
their
lines for repricing
purposes.
A spurt in buying
developed
when mills reentered the
market, although prices showed
advances ranging from 5c. to
17%c. a yard.
However, "a
quick succession of further
price mark-ups caused buvers

to assume

Trading in

a

waiting attitude, and the market turned
quiet.

women's

wear

continued at

a

satisfactory pace.
New spring
lines, disclosing price advances of 10 to
15c. a
yard, met with good interest as
the flow of goods in dis¬
tributive channels continued to
make an excellent
showing.
In the case of the 20-22
deniers Japanese crack
double
were quoted at $2.01@$2.06 Nov. 30 against
$1.77@
$1.82 Oct. 31; $1.63@$1.65

<^tra

Sept. *30; $1.60@$1.65 Aug. 31*
$1.63@$1.68 June 30;

$1.65@$1.70 July 31;
May 29; $1.61@$1.66

April

30;

$1.44@$1.49

$1.84@$1.86

$1.63@$1.68^ Feb._29; ^$1.89@$1.94

E

$!-89%@$1.94%

March

31*

Jan. 31; $2.03@$2.08

Nov. 30; $2.08@$2.13 Oct
31*
$1.93@$1.98 Sept. 30;
$1.70@$1.75 Aug 31* $151(5)$156
July 31; $1.30@$1.35 June
30T
May
32@
$1.37 April 30, and
$1.31@$1.36 March 30, all in 1935. *
'

$1.33@$l|8

«f
at

$2.07@$2.12

extra 13-15 deniers

against

$1.84@$1.89

3lfl

were

Oct.

quoted Nov. 30
31-

$17US$17fi
Sept. 30; $1.68@$1.73
Aug. 31; $1.69@$1.74
July 3i; $1.59@
$1.64 June 30;
$1.49@$1.54 May 29 (May 30 a
holiday) \
against $1.66@$1.71
April 30; $1.83@$1.88 March
31

1935,

$2.11%@$2.15%

Nov. 30;
$2.20@$2 25 Oct

$1.36@$1.41 June 30;
$1.35@$1.40 Mav
April 30, and $1.32@$1.37
March
30, all

fn

31*

1935

•

$161tfz)

31

•

$2 0^(a)

$136f?/)$l

@

4-1

Petroleum and Its
Products

that

S
barrel
crude.

on

fSel oil consumption would hit new record
r801. brought a general price advance of 5c. a
Nov.^ 4 in Texas fields furnishing heavy gravity

The initiative

nSUn
generally

was

taken by Humble Oil
and ReJersey, and

Standard of New

u17

followed
by all companies
operating in the affected areas.
We
Pnce schedule established by Humble,
i Ref,ugI° ^eay S™de were lifted 5c. to 95c. with
Taloo crude
advancing to 65o. Morando and Duval
moved
?p,t° 90c., and Taft crude to 95c. The Texas

<?„yjr!Li

included Greta crude

in

the

Initial postings'of 90c.
Placedo heavy were

Co. also

advance, lifting it to 95o
barrel for
Heyser heavy and

a

instituted by Humble.
The company
schedules for the first time
in Taft
and
Heyser light, set quotations at
95c. and SI.15. re¬
spectively. The Humble price list
disclosed that Plymouth

establishing posted




pnce

sought

refiner,
injunction to compel W. A. Thomas, Internal
Collector, to seize and sell oil stocks of Mr. Gentry,
failed to meet tax obligations.
On a plea from Mi.

an

Revenue
who had

Thomas that he had no interest in the oil
itself, inasmuch as
Mr. Gentry's bond covered the Government from
any loss,
he was dismissed from the suit
by Federal District Judge
W. H. Atwell. The court dismissed a
companion suit against
the Texas Railroad Commission and the
Attorney General
which had sought to prevent them from

interfering with the

sale of the oil.

When the action was started, Texas officials
obtained a
temporary injunction forbidding the Bureau of Internal
Revenue from seizing and
selling the oil which they claimed
was the
property of the State under the confiscation pro¬

visions of the Texas oil laws
A conference attended

governing output of "hot" oil.
by Texas officials, representatives of
Department of Justice and of the Bureau of Internal

the

Revenue resulted in
up

an

agreement whereby the Bureau held

action until the Court had ruled

upon

the question, while

in return the Railroad Commission
agreed to the withdrawal
of their injunction suit.
In

fighting the

move,

Texas Railroad Commission rep¬

resentatives made the point that should the
procedure of
selling "hot" oil in the open market to meet Federal tax
obligations be allowed there would be no" way to prevent
every holder of "hot" oil from making a deal

whereby his
holdings could be transferred to some delinquent taxpayer.
This, in effect, would mean widespread violation of the
Texas oil control
regulations under the shelter of the Federal

government.
In the first week of

November, the Commission won two
legal victories in the State courts. The State Supreme Court
ruled that the Commission had the
right, in the interest of
conservation, to control the production of oil wells and that
the amount of
royalty on production should be determined by
actual output in the
"orderly operation" of the wells and
not on the basis of
potential production of the wells.
The
Commission also scored a victory when the State Court of
Appeals, in the case of the Humble Oil & Refining Co.
against the American Liberty Oil & Refining Co., sustained
Civil

the right of the State control
body to grant exceptions to the
rule for the
spacing of oil wells.
An increase of
60,000 barrels in the recommended daily
average production during December was set by the United

States Bureau of
Mines, lifting the total to 2,930,300 barrels.

The

increase, following a markup in November, was due to
'Nthe rising trend of consumption of refinded crude
products
used for
heating purposes. With an all-time record number
of fuel oil furnaces in
private residences this year, a new
peak for fu^oil disappearance is held inevitable.
The presentrmarket trend indicates

a

continuance of the

increased demand for
petroleum products during early 1937,
the Bureau
reported.
It also was viewed as likely that
further increases in the recommended allowables
to bolster

supplies of

new

crude would be ordered,

particularly in States
supplying refinery districts where fuel consumption is heavy.
The Bureau also
pointed out tha,t insufficient data, un¬
predictable weather conditions and the wide
divergence of
opinion as to the probable trend of weather conditions make
detailed forecasts for more than one month in
advance im¬
practical. Based on the current trend, motor fuel is
likely
to show an increase of
roughly 9% and heating and fuel oils
an
average monthly increase of 4,000,000 barrels in the first
quarter of 1937.
The Texas Railroad Commission set
a December allowable
of

approximately 10% above the quota of 1,161,410 barrels
as of Nov. 18.
In announcing the new level, the
Commission pointed out that it was
necessary in order to
meet the
rising demand for crude from foreign purchasers.
The new allowable is
substantially in excess of the recin effect

'

Bureau as in November when the
1,161,410 barrels, against 1,109,300.
Although Texas started November with an allowable ol
1,109,260 barrels, amendments to the original order and
automatic inc eases with the completion of new wells lifted
the aggregate allowable to the 1,161,410 barrel level ruling
in November.
Market demand for Oklahoma crude during
December was estimated at 8,600 barrels above November,
or
a
daily average of 567,000 barrels, according to the
Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
With daily average crude oil production throughout most
of November running near or above the 3,000,000-barrel
mark, it appears almost certain that 1936 will set a new
record for crude oil output to replace former peak of 1,007,323,000 barrels established in 1929. Production for the first
nine months of 1936 rose more than 11% over the like 1935
period, totaling 814,051,000 barrels, against 730,596,000.
barrels last year.
Total output during 1935 was 993,942,000

Secretary of the Treasury

indeterminate period, the

an

of discount

Henry Morgenthau Jr.

opening meeting of the 17th annual convention of the
Institute held in Chicago Nov. 9-13
was featured by a speech by Axtell J. Byles, head of the
trade group, who derided fears of an early exhaustion of the
nation's petroleum resources.
"Far from being scared by
any scarcity," Mr. Byles contended, "we are concerned in
this
meeting with national and sane utilization of an
The

American Petroleum

_

that crude oil
still in the ground is nearing the danger point are the im¬
proved refining methods perfected by the industry in the
major factors in allaying fears

the
*

by the industry of practical policies
of conservation of petroleum resources, plus the beneficial
influence of the Interstate Oil Compact Commission, will
"General acceptance

keep oil flowing from field to consumer without interruption
and at reasonable rates for many years to come," he said.

belief that, except for taxation, no consumer need
refined oil products. I should say,
rather, that there is more of a likelihood of reduced base
prices."
:■
;£.•
Greater strides by the oil industry toward recovery and
reform in a strictly constitutional maimer have been made
under the leadership of the Interstate Compact Commission
than by under any other conservation effort, Col. E. O.
Thompson, chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission,
told the assembled oil men at the convention. Mr. Thompson
also is chairman of the Interstate Commission.
✓
Crude oil price changes posted during November follow:
Nov. 4—Crude oil prices were lifted 5 cents a barrel in Texas fields
furnishing heavy crude by all major companies, effective Nov. 1.
Nov. 4—Ohio Oil lifted West Kentucky crude 5 cents to $1.28; cut
Grass Creek, Wyo., 10 cents to 62 cents; lifted Rock Creek, Wyo., crude,
"It is my

fear for excessive costs of

.

included

maturing in February would
in the December financing plans.
The reason

member

bank

Nov. 23 that the notes

on

Mr. Morgen-

then existing.

reserves

excess

days the issuance of a
statement by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reseiwe
System in which a rather pointed hint was given that action
might be taken to cut down on the volume of surplus
reserves, which were described as being "once more far in
excess of legal requirements and of present or prospective
needs of commerce, industry and agriculture."
Mr. Morgenthau's announcement—an unusual procedure for the Treas¬
ury to adopt—constituted a warning to bidders for the forth¬
coming December issues that conditions in the money mar¬
ket might be considerably altered shortly after the financing
thau's announcement followed by two

out of the way.

was

would

financing

December

the

that

23 made it certain
to at least

Treasury announcement of Nov.

The

amount

Approximately $400,000,000 of Treasury bills
15, and it was stated .that new securities
wpuld be offered for the specified purpose of paying off
these bills.
Beyond that, according to Mr. Morgenthau, there
will be exchange offerings for about $358,000,000 of 2%%
series B, 1936, Treasury notes, maturing on Dec. 15, and
for approximately $428,000,000 of 3% series C, 1937, Treas¬
ury notes maturing Feb. 15,1937.
Mr. Morgenthau declined
to say on Nov. 23 whether the Treasury would raise any
new money on Dec. 15, but on Nov. 30 stated definitely that
$300,000,000 new money would be obtained on the financing
date, making the total amount of the securities to be offered
about $1,500,000,000.
He indicated further that the extra
offering of $50,000,000 discount bills every week would be

$1,187,000,000.
fall due on

Dec.

No

continued for about six weeks.
done in January

Details

bills.

of

financing would be

new

and February, he said, except through sale
of the

December financing,

he declared,

would be made public on Dec. 7.
1
Disclosure came from the Treasury on Nov. 26 that the

sell $50,000,000 bills for cash each week,
acquiring money with which to bolster its working
balance.
In addition to offering these bills for cash each
week, it was stated, the Treasury would continue to offer
its regular series of 273-day bills which are necessary for
refunding maturing bill issues.
The first of the additional
Treasury would

thus

issues of bills

was

sold Nov. 30 and dated Dec. 2, with the

The presumption was that the Treas¬
would have all of the additional bills mature at the

maturity March 16.
ury

March tax

period.

The prices of outstanding Treasury issues

3H cents to S1.08H a barrel.
Nov. 4—Stanolind cut crude prices

Dome and Grass Creek fields in

5 to 10 cents in Frannie, Hamilton

Wyoming.

improved dur¬
ing November, and the discount bill issue sold in the third
week

product markets during November
was the seasonal strengthening of heating and fuel oil prices.
Gasoline prices, both retail and wholesale, displayed a
contra-seasonal steadiness.
Kerosene benefited from the
Feature of the refined

approach of the winter weather, moving into higher price
levels toward the end of the month as demand gained
momentum.
'<')■}
Continued heavy demand for motor fuel, which has
brought contra-seasonal drains upon stocks of finished and
unfinished gasoline, is providing a strong undertone in the
nation's motor fuel marketing centers.
Total disappearance
.

gasoline in 1936 will set a new high in excess of 460,000,000 for the second successive year, on the basis of con¬

of

.084%,
The
count

Offered

of the sales of

by

buyer at

one

*
Treasury bills sold

Bills

Nov.

sumption in the first nine months of the year,

which was 12%

period.
estimated that domestic market
demand for December would run approximately 8% ahead
of the like month last year at 36,400,000 barrels.
Export
demand for motor fuel during the closing month of the year
was forecast at 2,300,000 barrels, 900,000 barrels under last
above the like 1935
Bureau

of Mines

when abnormally heavy export demand was experienced.
Representative price changes showing the trend of the
refined product markets throughout the nation follow:
year

a

on

dis¬

Subscrip¬

Offering

tions

Mature

4 1936

4 1937

Aug.

273 days
274 days
273 days

Nov. 10 1936

Aug. 11 1937

Nov. 18 1936

Aug. 18 1937

Nov. 19 1936

Nov. 25 1936

Aug. 25 1937

Nov. 26 1936

Dec.

2 1936

Mar. 16 1937

Dec.

2 1936

Sept.

1 1937

$50,000,000 $147,017,000
50,000,000 137,136,000
50,000,000 136,273,000
50,000,000 159,737,000
50,000,000 133,444,000
50,000,000 128,097,000

273 days
104 days

Nov. 26 1936

273 days

3 1936

rate of

Amount of

Dated

Nov. 12 1936

Nov.

a

given in the following tables:

are

„

27 1936

Oct.

taken

was

low since 'July,

details
basis

Bills

1
r

the month

a new

of

The

revealed

be
he
»gave for moving up the February maturity to December was
to "clear the decks" for possible action by the Federal Re¬
serve System to effect a reduction in the $2,270,000,000 of

barrels

aterstate Oil Compact strict control of Byles held.
East few years and the Commission, Mr. production by

for

continuing

would increase its weekly offering
bills from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000 a week.

Treasury

mid-month quota was

Two of the

and

2

Dec.

ommended level set by the

abundance."

11

REVIEW

MONTHLY

Due., 1936]

To Redeem

Bills

Subscrip¬

Amount

Average

Offered

tions

Accepted

Price

Oct.

27 1936
3 1936

Nov.

Nov. 12 1936

Nov. 19 1936
Nov. 26 1936

Nov. 26 1936?

$147,017,000
137,136,000
136,273,000
159.737,000
133,444,000
128,097,000

$50,113,000
50,145,000
50,083,000
50,010,000
50,044,000
50,057,000

Maturing
Yield

99.913

0.115%
0.106%
0.101%
0.084%
0.040%
0.088%

99.919
99.923
99.936

f 99.989
*

99.933

Issue of-'

$50,091,000
50,545,000
50,100,000
50,000,000

j 50,010,000

tr^EW SECURITY ISSUES AND DIVIDENDS IN NOVEMBER
Total volume of
showed
the

a

new

financing in the domestic market

moderate recession for November

iponth of October and

like period

as

compared with

one year ago.

The

New York and Baltimore

industrial and miscellaneous group, however, affords

some

and in tank cars.

interest in view of the fact that this group

Nov. 4.—Standard of New

was

Jersey advanced No. 1 light fuel oil He. at

and 4 He. at Norfolk and Charleston, in terminals
No. 1 range oil at Norfolk, Charleston and Wilmington

lifted He.

Nov. 9—All major companies

phia 1 cent a gallon to 16 cents,
Nov. 19—Standard of New

lowered retail gasoline prices in Philadel¬

all taxes included.

North Atlantic and Gulf Coast ports,

>

effective immediately.
Nov. 18—Standard
a

gallon.
Nov.

of Ohio advanced tank car prices of gasoline H cent

i
25—Sinclair Refining advanced kerosene and No. 1 furnace oil

to 5 cents a gallon

and No. 2 heating oil to 4 H cents at all ocean terminals

in carload lots, effective

TREASURY\

major financing opera¬
tion by the Treasury, it did bring forth two announcements
of interest to the government securities market.
These
While November did not see any

announcements

apprised the public of the fact that the
would make provision
Treasury notes matur¬

ing on Feb. 15, 1937, and of the further fact that, beginning




new

year as

played a promi¬
financing, with the outlook

several corporations have-under

consideration plans which will require new capital for im¬

provements to plaht arid equipment and refinancing programs
during 1937.

Fereign financing,

a

dearth of which has been

prevalent for some time in this market was removed with
the'$23,500,000 offering of the Argentine Republic, being the
initial action in the way of large-scale refunding operations

Nov. 27.

8iTHE~NOVEMBER FINANCING OF THE

Treasury, in its Dec. 15 financing,
for the approximately $428,000,000 of

part in the month's

bright for the coming

/

Jersey lifted the top contract price of Grade O

bunker oil to 10 cents a barrel at all

nent

a

byfthis Government in the future.
financing

undertaken

this

month

The largest piece of
was

the

$48,000,000

offering of the Montana Power Co., designed to refund
outstanding debtjand to provide funds for new construction
and additional working capital.
This was followed by the
$33,000,000 issue of the Commercial Investment Trust Corp.,
which was placed privately.
Below we give the larger
offerings in November:

12

MONTHLY

EEVIEW

FOREIGN FINANCING

3,237,000 Toledo, Ohio, refunding bonds, due serially from 1938 to
1949, incl., were sold as 2Ms, at a price of 100.37, to a group
managed by Stranahan, Harris & Co., Inc., of Toledo.

$23,500,000 Argentine Republic—A banking group headed by Morgan
Stanley & Co., Inc., offered to the public on Nov. 19 an issue of
$23,500,000 Argentine Republic sinking fund external con¬
version loan 4J4% bonds, dated Nov. 15, 1936, and due Nov.
15, 1971. The bonds were priced at 92M and accrued interest.
Underwriting discounts and commission amount to $705,000,
leaving net proceeds, exclusive of accrued interest and without
deduction of the expenses of the Government in connection

3,011,000 Seattle, Wash., municipal light and power bonds, comprising
$2,511,000 3Ms, maturing serially from 1943 to 1958, incl.,
and $500,000 3Ms, due in the same period, were awarded to
a syndicate headed by the
Bancamerica-BIair Corp. of New
York,\at a price of 95.50.
The bankers obtained a six-months*
option on an additional $2,489,000 bonds as 3Ms at a price of
95.50.
In the reoffering the 3 Ms due from 1943 to 1946, incl.,
were priced to yield from 3.10% to 3.40%, while those matur¬
ing from 1947 to 1958, incl., were offered at from par to 99.50.
The 3 Ms sold on a yield basis of from 3.10% to
3.65%, accord¬

•

the sale of the bonds, of $21,032,500.
The proceeds,
together with other funds, will be used toward the retirement
of the Republic's presently outstanding $23,596,000 principal
amount or external sinking fund 6% gold bonds of 1924—series
B, due Dec. 1, 1958, which are to be called for redemption on
June 1, 1937.
with

ing to maturity.

2,500,000 Rhode Island (State of) bonds were sold as follows: $1,500,000
public works 3s, due from 1952 to 1961, incl., went to Edward

FINANCING

RAILROAD

B. Smith & Co., Inc., of New York and associates, at a price

$4,624,000 New York Chicago & St. Louis RR.—Stroud & Co., Inc.;
R. W. Pressprich & Co.; Paine, Webber & Co.; Estabrook &
Co.; Central Republic Co. and Edw. Lowber, Stokes & Co. on
Nov. 10 offered $4,624,000 4% equipment trust certificates at
prices to yield from 0.50% to 3.60%, according to maturity.
Originally due $185,000 semi-annually from Sept. 1, 1936 to
Sept. 1, 1948, and $184,000 March 1, 1949.

of 115.60, a basis of about
ment relief issue,

price

1

(Accrued interest to be added)

1940
1941

Yield

Amount

Due

$90,000
90,000
90,000

1942
1943

2.00%

90,000
90,000

1945

2.25%
2.40%
2.50%

1946

according to maturity.

Yield

0.50%
1.00%
1.25%
1.50%
1.75%

1,500,000 Waterbury, Conn., relief bonds, including $625,000 2s, due
serially from 1940 to 1944, incl., $500,000 lMs, due from
i
/
1945 to 1948, and $375,000 2s, due from 1949 to 1951, were
sold to a group headed by Lazard Freres & Co.,
Inc., of New
York at a price of 100.032.
Reoffering of the earlier dated 2s
and all the lMs was made at prices to yield from
1.15% to
1.95%, according to rate and maturity, while the 2s due from
1949 to 1951, incl., were priced from 99.50 to 98.50.

1,332,000 San Francisco (City and County), Calif., 4% water dis¬
tribution bonds, maturing serially from 193o to
1953, incl..
were sold to an account headed by the National
City Bank or
New York at 112.56, a basis of about
2.47%.
The bankers
reoffered the bonds at prices to yield from 0.35% to
2.50%,

Amounts, Maturities and Yields

'

2.75%

'

1944

The above certificates were offered by Lawrence M. Works &
Co. of New York.
The Birmingham Southern RR. is owned

by the Tennessee Coal, Iron & RR. Co.—a subsidiary of the
U. S. Steel Corp.

& West Virginia Ry.—An offering of a new
equipment trust series of December, 1936,
2M % certificates was made Nov. 17 by Stroud & Co., Inc. The
certificates, which are non-callable and which mature $35,000
annually Dec. 1, 1937 to Dec. 1, 1946, were priced to yield
from 1% to 3%, according to maturity.
The certificates are
guaranteed unconditionally as to principal and dividends by
the Pittsburgh & West Virginia Ry. Co. and were issued
under the Philadelphia Plan.

350,000 Pittsburgh

issue of $357,000

a

according to maturity.

900,000 Birmingham Southern RR.—New issue of $900,000, equip¬
ment trust of 1936 3M% serial equipment trust certificates
1 Dec. 1, 1936 and due as follows:
(non-callable), dated De

1938
1939

Is at

1,500,000 Orleans Parish, La., 4% school bonds, due serially from 1937

1,440,000 Gulf Mobile & Northern RR.—Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.,
New York, on Nov. 13 offered at prices to yield 0.50 to 2.50%,
according to maturity a new issue of $1,440,000 equip, trust of
1934 2M%> equipment trust ctfs. due serially, $72,000 semi¬
annually from June 1, 1937 to Dec. 1, 1946, incl.

1937

as

par,

•

101.41.

Due

of

1,550,000 Jersey City, N. J., bonds, embracing $1,350,000 3Ms, due
serially from 1937 to 1957, incl., and $200,000 3s, due from
1958 to 1965, incl., were purchased by Lehman Bros, of New
York and associates, at a price of par.

1,690,000 Western Maryland Ry.—Public offering was made Nov. 25
of a new issue of $1,590,000 2M% equipment trust certificates
by Salomon Bros. & Hutzler and Stroud & Co., Inc.
The
certificates were awarded to the bankers Nov. 24 on a bid of

$90,000
90,000
90,000
90,000
90,000

The $1,000,000 unemploy¬
1942 and 1943, were

1,881,000 Orleans Levee District, La., refunding bonds were sold as
3 Ms and 4s to an account managed by Stranahan, Harris &
Co., Inc., of New York, at a price of 100.11.

1,600,000 North Western Refrigerator Line Co.—An offering of
$1,600,000 North Western Refrigerator Line equipment trust
4% equipment trust certificates, series J, was made Nov. 16
by Freeman & Co., New York. The certificates dated Dec. 15,
1936, are payable in semi-annual instalments of $80,000 each
from June 16, 1937 to Dec. 15, 1946. inclusive, and priced to
yield 1.25 to 4.20%, according to maturity.

Amount

2.10%.

due $500,000 each in

awarded to the Industrial Trust Co. of Providence

1,030,000 Minneapolis, Minn., bonds, due serially from 1937

to

1946,

incl., were awarded to Phelps, Fenn & Co. of New York
1.708, at a price of 100.162, a basis of about 1.67%.
MISCELLANEOUS AND

as

INDUSTRIAL FINANCING

$33,000,000 Commercial Investment Trust Corp.—Announcement was
made Nov. 24 of the sale by the corporation of $33,000,000
3%
debentures maturing in November,
1946.
The entire issue
was sold by the company to a group of six insurance
companies
through Dillon, Read & Co., Inc.; Lehman Bros.; Lazard
Freres & Co., Inc., and Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
The sale was a
private transaction.

27,000,000 (B.

F.) Goodrich Co.—An underwriting group headed by
Goldman, Sachs & Co. publicly offered on Nov. 23 a new issue
1st mtge. bonds, 4M% series due 1956, at
101% and interest.
The issue was oversubscribed the day of
offering.
The other underwriters included First Boston Corp.:
Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.; Edward B. Smith & Co., and
of $27,000,000 of

Otis & Co.

PUBLIC UTILITY FINANCING

25,000,000 Koppers Co.—Mellon Securities Corp., Edward B. Smith &
Co., the First Boston Corp., Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.,
Blyth & Co., Inc., Bonbright & Co., Inc., Kidder, Peabody &
Co. and Lee Higginson Corp. on Nov. 18 offered $25,000,000
1st mtge. & coll. trust bonds, series A, 4%, due Nov. 1, 1951,

$48,000,000 Montana Power Co.—A $48,000,000 financing operation was
carried out Nov. 24 with the offering of an issue of 1st & ref.

mtge. bonds, 3%% series due 1966, through an underwriting
group

headed by J. & W. Seligman & Co.

Tile bonds, priced

at 100 and interest.

101 and accrued interest, were oversubscribed the day of
offering.
Other members of the offering group were: Lee
Higginson Corp.; Edward B. Smith & Co.; Bonbright & Co.,
Inc.; The First Boston Corp.: Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.;
Mellon Securities Corp.; Blytn & Co., Inc.; Halsey, Stuart &
Co., Inc.; Coffin & Burr, Inc.; Kidder, Peabody & Co., and
White, Weld & Co.
at

8,835,000 Butler Brothers, Chicago—Public offering of 285,000 shares
of 5% convertible preferred stock ($30 par) was made Nov.
13 at $31 per share through an underwriting group headed by
Hornblower & Weeks and including Paul H. Davis & Goi,
Lawrence Stern & Co., Inc., Ohas. D. Barney & Co., Cassatt &
Co., Inc., Dominick & Dominick, Hayden, Stone & Co., Lee
Higginson Corp., G. M.-P. Murphy & Co., Paine, Webber &
Co., Shields & Co. and White, Weld & Co.
The issue has

15,000,000 Southern Natural Gas Co.—Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.;
Blyth & Co.: Inc.; Coffin & Burr, Inc.: Graham, Parsons & Co.;
Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; Arthur Perry & Co., and
G. L. Onrstrom & Co., Inc., on Nov. 18 offered at 100 and int.
$15,000,000 1st mtge. pipe line sinking fund bonds, 4M%
series, due 1951.

10,067,000 New England Power Co.—Lehman Brothers; Hallgarten &
Co.; Graham, Parsons & Co.; Arthur Perry & Co., Inc.; E. H.
Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Dick & Merle-Smith; Burr, Gannett &
Co.; G. M.-P. Murphy & Co.; Newton, Abbe & Co., and
Schoellkopf, Hutton & Pomeroy, Inc., on Nov. 12 offered at
103M and int. (form Nov. 15) $10,067,000 1st mtge. bonds.
Series A, 3 M %, due Nov. 15, 1961.
6,250,000 Piedmont & Northern Ry.—Public offering of an issue of
$6,250,000 1st mtge. bonds. 3%% series due 1966, was made
Nov. 27 through a banking group comprising Blyth & Co.,
/Inc.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc., and R. S. Dickson
& Co., Inc.
The bonds were priced at 100 and interest.
R. S. Dickson & Co., Inc., also offered $475,000 serial de¬
bentures at prices to yield from 1.25% to 3.50%, according to
maturity.
These debentures mature $45,000 each, 1937 to
1941, and $50,000 each, 1942 to 1946.
Both offerings are subject to authorization by the Interstate

been sold.

60,00ft shs. Abbott Laboratories—Public offering

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1,750,000 Atlas Plywood Corp.—A new issue of 70,000 shares of cum.
convertible preferred stock of the corporation were offered
Nov. 30, priced at
$25$8, share (plus accrued dividend) by
Van Alstyne, Noel & Co., Inc. of New York.
1,400,000 (Jones) Talcott, Inc.—F. Eberstadt & Co., Inc.,New
York,
on Nov. 20, offered 100,000 shares of common stock
(par $9)
at $14 a share.
The proceeds are to be used for working capital
and other corporate purposes.
The issue has been over¬
subscribed.

1,100,000 Hamilton Mfg.'Co.
and

made Nov. 21 through an

underwriting group headed by Bon¬
bright & Co., Inc., and including Paine, Webber & Co. and
Mitchum, Tully & Co.
The bonds were priced at 103 and int.
1,500,000 Shenango Valley Water Co.—H. M. Payson & Co. and W. O.
Langley & Co. on Nov. 17 offered at 99 M and interest $1,500,000 1st mtge. bonds, series B, 4%, due Oct. 1, 1961.
MUNICIPAL

FINANCING

$15,000,000 Colorado (State of) highway fund revenue anticipation war¬
rants, due serially from 1939 to 1954, incl., were awarded to a
nation-wide banking group managed jointly by Lazard Freres
& Co., Inc., and Lehman Bros., both of New York, on a bid

of par for $11,690,000 as
and $3,310,000 as 2%s,

3s, maturing from 1939 to 1951, incl.,
due from 1952 to 1954.
Reoffering
1.25% to 2.85%,
according to maturity, while the 2%s were all priced at par.
of the 3s was made at prices to yield from

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■

6.450.000 Greensboro, N.
refunding bonds, including $350,000
4Ms, due from 1940 to 1944, incl., $3,300,000 4s, maturing

t

1945 to 1956^and $2,800,000 3^s, maturing serially
1957 to 1962; were awarded to the Chase National
Bank of New York and associates at a price of 100.02, a cost
basis of about 3.72%.
Reoffered on a yield basis of from
from

from

2.75% to 3.70%, and at dollar prices of 98 and 99, according
to coupon rate and date of maturity,

4,400,000 Board

of

Administrators of

Louisiana at New Orleans,

'

the

Charity

Hospital

of

La., bonds, comprising $341,000
4:14s, maturing from 1938 to 1941, $1,925,000 4s, due from
1942 to 1956, and $2,134,000 3 Ms, due serially from 1957 to
1966, incl., were sold to an account headed by Lazard Freres
& Co., Inc., of New York, on a bid of 100.049, an interest
cost of about 3.69%.
In reoffering the bonds the bankers




Central

(Wis.)—-Sills, Trozell & Minton, Inc.

Republic Co.,

Chicago,

offered

$1,100,000

1st

mtge. 5% sinking fund bonds (with detachable stock purchase
warrants attached) at 102 and int., due Sept. 1, 1951.

Commerce Commission.

1,770,000 Ohio Associated Telephone Co.—Public offering of an issue
of $1,770,000 1st mtge. bonds, 4M% series due 1966, was

was made Nov. 13 of
60,000 shares of common stock of the company.
The offering
price, as shown by the prospectus, is $53 per share.
Under¬
writers of the issue are A. G. Becker & Co., Inc., Shields & Co.
and F. S. Moseley & Co.
Of the 60,000 shares comprised in
the offering, 40,000 shares represent new financing by the
company.
The remaining 20,000 shares are supplied by in¬
dividual shareholders.

1,050,000 The Reliance Electric & Engineering Co.—50,000 shares of
common stock (par $5) offered on Nov. 24, and priced at
$21
a share.
Offered by Hayden, Miller & Co.; Otis & Co., Inc.;
Merrill, Turben & Co., Inc., and Ourtiss, House & Co.
1,000,000 Sterling Inc.—Public
offering by means of a prospectus was
made

on Nov.
12 of 40,000 snares of $1.50 cumulative
vertible preferred stock (no par) by Hammons &
Co.,

at $25 a share.

con¬

Inc.,

%

832,500 Beaumit Mills, Inc.—A new issue of 33,300 shares of $1.50
cum. conv. pref. stock was offered
by means of a prospectus
Nov. 19 by John C. Adams & Co., Inc., Bioren & Co. and
C. B. Evart & Co., Inc., at $25 per share.
The bankers have
under option 300,000 shares of common stock of the
company
which are to be offered to the public at a later date.
675,000 Serrick Corp., Defiance, Ohio—New issue of 45,000 shares
„

of class A

common stock ($5 par) was offered Nov. 18 at $15 a
by a syndicate headed by Paul W. Cleveland & Co.,
Inc., Chicago, and including Polk-Peterson Corp., Des Moines,
and Festus J. Wade Jr. &
Co., St. Louis. -

share

620,000 Hearn Department Stores, Inc.—The company entered the
market Nov. 5 for its first public financing with the
offering
of a new issue of 40,000 shares of common stock
through the
First New Amsterdam Corp.
The stock was priced at $15.50
per share.
Net proceeds from the sale of this issue together
with proceeds from 30,000 shares of common stock which the

and employees are to
working capital, for the purchase of merchandise
the ordinary course of business.
This
financing, leaves over 82% of the company's outstanding common stock in possession of the
management and its employees.
Concurrently, public offering of 45,000 shares of the com¬
pany's 6% cum. conv. pref. stock (par $50) w&s also made by
Robert Garrett & Sons and the First New Amsterdam Corp.,
priced at $52 per share.
This offering does not constitute new
financing for the company as the pref. shares are already out¬
standing in the hands of affiliated corporations.
company offered for sale to its officers

to be used
at

peak

as

,1

seasons and m

,

!

dividend

Dividend declarations in November surpassed all

month on record and were made up of
regular and extra payments, increases and resumptions,
special dividends and year-end disbursements, &c.
It is
customary at this season of the year to expect an increase
in the volume of dividend payments, but corporations -the
present year have the 1936 Revenue Act to reckon with
in the form of a punitive tax which is levied against com¬
panies who fail to distribute the major portion of their
surplus profits.
This surtax on the undistributed portion
of their surplus profits ranges in amount from 7% to 27%,
depending on the amount of income withheld from stock¬
holders.
This in itself explains to a large degree the mo¬
tivating force in back of this large outpouring of surplus
funds by corporations among both stockholders and em¬
ployees alike.
Below we give the following list, divided into
two sections, namely "Favorable Changes" and "Unfavor¬
able Changes," giving the more important of the changes:

Belden Mfg. Co.—Initial dividend of 15c. a share on
payable Nov. 16. The company had recently split

distributions for any

basis—lOfnew

Blaw-Knox

15c.

Border

a

quarterly div.
payable Dec. 23.
from 75c. a

share on the no par common stock, both

share

$1

to

payable Dec. 12.

share,

a

dividend of 25c. a share on

Advance Aluminum Castings Corp.—Initial
the common stock, payable Dec. 1, next.
Water

Service

Co.—Dividend of $15

accumulations and regular quarterly
dividends

this issue.

on

(Alon) Wood Steel Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on account of accruals
on the 7% cumul. pref. stock, payable Dec. 15, and the first since Jan. 2,
1935 when $1.75 a share was distributed.

(Albert) Pick Corp.—Initial dividend of $1 a share on the $1 preference
stock and 10c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Allegheny Steel Co.—Dividend
from 25c.

share to 50c.

a

Allis-Chalmers Mfg.

a

increased

the no par common stock
Dec. 10.

on

share, payable

Co.—-Extra dividend of 50c.

share and a regular

a

quarterly of 37 He. a share on the no par common stock, both payable
America Enka Corp.—Extra dividend of $3.50 a share in

addition to the
stock,

regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common
both payable Dec. 15.

American European Securities Co.—Dividend of $5 a share on account
of accumulations on the $6 cumul. preferred stock of no par value was

Nov. 30 and
1933.

the 10 months

the cumulative period for

covers

ended Sept. 30,

American Investment Co. (111.)—Extra dividend of 50c. a share

in addi¬

tion to a quarterly of like amount on the class B stock no par value, both
payable Dec. 1.
This compares with 40c. paid on Sept. 1, last.

American Laundry
a

Machinery Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and
regular quarterly of 15c. a share on the com. stock, both payable Dec. 1.

American Meter Co.—Dividend
a

share to $1.50 a share,

on

the

payable Dec. 15.

a

distribution of 50c.

a

a

75c.

share in addition to the

share on the no par capital stock,

on

on

the common stock resumed by the
Dec. 21.

a share and a quarterly of 60c. a
the capital stock, both payable Dec. 1.
This compares with
a share and a regular quarterly of 50c. a share paid on
this issue from Dec. 1, 1933 to Sept. 1, last, inclusive.

share

on

extra of 10c.

an

Brown Fence & Wire Co.—Initial dividend of 15c.

a

share on the new $1

A dividend of 30c. a share on the
declared, payable on the

stock, payable Nov. 30.

old unexchanged no par class B shares was also
same date.

Buckeye Pipe Line Co.—Dividend on the $50 par common stock increased
from 75c. a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 15.
Budd Wheel Co.—Dividend of 20c. a share on the common stock payable
Dec. 15 and the first to be declared since Sept. 30, 1931
when 25c. a
was

paid.

Bullard Co;—Dividend of $1.25
Dec. 22, and compares with 25c.
Bunte Borthers—Dividend
Dec. 1

as

on

compared with 50c.

a
a

share on the common stock, payable
share paid on Sept. 30 and June 30 last.

share, payable

the common stock of $1 a
a

share paid en April 1, last.

increased from

Cabot Manufacturing Co.—Dividend on the capital stock
$1 a share to $2 a share and became payable Nov. 14, last.

California Ink Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to a
regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common stock,
payable Dec. 16 and Jan. 2, respectively.

Campbell, Wynant & Cannon Foundry Co.—Extra dividend of 50c.
a snare on the capital stock of no par value, payable Dec. 21.
Canfield Oil Co.—Dividend of $1 a share was paid on the no par common
stock on Nov. 16, last, being the first since Nov. 25, 1933 when a similar
amount was distributed.

$1

share to $2

a

a

on

the

no par

common

stock increased from

share, payable Dec. 19.

(J. I.) Case Co.—Dividend of $6 a share on account of arrears and a regu¬
lar quarterly of $1.75 a share due at this time on the 7% cum. pref.
stock, both payable Dec. 24, thus wiping out all accruals on this issue.
Catalin Corp. of America—Special initial dividend of 40c a share on the
common stock, payable Dec. 15.
According to the company, the above
action was motivated by the situation with regard to taxes on undis¬
tributed corporation income.

Catelli Food Products Corp., Ltd.—Initial dividend
the common stock, payable Nov. 30.

of 25c. a share on

Caterpillar Tractor Co.—Extra dividend of 6-200 of
preferred stock, par $100,

cum.

share of 5%

a

the no par common stock,

on

payable

Dec. 24.

Central Cold Storage Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share on the
stock, payable Dec. 15.
Central & South West Utilities Co.—Dividends of $1.75

share

a

capital
on

the

prior lien preferred stock, $7 div. series, and $1.50 a share on the prior

of
arrears on the 7%
preferred stock, payable Dec. 9.
This 'Will be the
first dividend to be paid since April 1, 1932 when a regular quarterly of
share was distributed.

a

;v'1

"

\

Bristol-Myers Co.—Extra dividend of 20c.

lien preferred stock, $6 div. series, on account of accumulations, payable
Dec. 7.
The above dividends will be the first to be paid since Feb. 1932.

American Public Service Co.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on account

$1.75

City Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $1 a share was paid on the common
14, last, and was the first to be declosed on this issue

Bridgeport Machine Co.—Dividend
declaration of $1 a share, payable

share was made.

a

increased from

the no par common stock

regular quarterly dividend of 10c.
both payable Dec. 18.

stock increased from 75c.

common

American Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $3 a share on the common stock, payable
Dec. 31.
This will be the first dividend to be paid on this stock since

July 1, 1931, when

on

share, payable Dec. 18.

Cannon Mills Co.—Dividend

stock, payable Dec. 23.

on

a

Bridgeport Brass Co.—Special dividend of 50c.

American Can Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share on the $25 par, common

paid

Co.—Dividend

share to 35c.

Borg Warner Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 21.

share

a share on account of
of $1.50 a share due at this time on
$6 cumul. pref. stock, both payable Dec. 1, thus clearing up all back

Alabama

the new $10 par stock,
its stock on a 10-for-l
shares of $10 each being issued for one old $100 par sh.

stock on Nov.
since 1924.

Abbott Laboratories—Extra dividend of 50c. a share on a

of,30c.

a

par common

Acme Steel. Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased

par

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co.—Special dividend of $2 a share in addition
to the regular quarterly of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Dec. 3.

FAVORABLE CHANGES

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13

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MONTHLY

Dec., 1936]

Centrifugal Pipe Corp. of Del.—Extra dividend of 65c.
common stock, payable Dec. 15.
•>

a

share on the

•

American Radiator

Central Illinois Securities

American Safety Razor Corp.—Special dividend of 25c. a share in addi¬
tion to the regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the new $18.50

Chain Store Investment Corp.—Dividend of $23 a share on the $6.50
cumulative preferred stock, payable Dec. 15.
This dividend clears up

& Standard Sanitary Corp.—Special dividend of
15c. a share in addition to a regular quarterly dividend of like amount on
the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 21.

of accumulations

clearing

all of the

stock, both payable Dec. 19.

par common

Co].—Dividend of $2.50 a share on the no par common
stock, payable Dec. 21.
The dividend is payable 50c. in cash and the
remaining $2 is optional—holders having a choice of receiving cash or
1-10 of a share of common stock.
The last previous distribution was a
quarterly dividend of 50c. paid on Oct. 1, 1930.

American Seating

no

par common

stock, payable Dec*22.

American Steel Foundries Co.—Dividend of $17.50 a share on account
of accumulations and a regular quarterly of $1.75 a share (a total of
$19.25 a share) on the 7% cum. pref. stock, par $100.
The former will
be paid on Dec. 15 and will clear tip all accruals on the preferred stock
and the regular becomes payable on Dec. 31.
Dividends were resumed on
the common stock of no par value by the declaration of $1 a share, pay¬
able Dec. 15^ and the first to be made on this issue since Sept. 30,. 1931,
when a regular quarterly of 25c. a share was disbursed.

Anaconda

Copper Mining Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

regular quarterly
Dec. 21.

of like amount

share and a
both payable

a

the capital stock,

on

Anglo-Canadian Telephone Co.—Dividend on the class A common stock
increased from 12Hc. a share to 17Hc. a share, payable Dec. 1.
Anheuser-Busch, Inc.—Dividend of $3
payable Dec. 8.

A distribution of $2

a

share on the common stock,
share was made on Oct. 15, last.
a

Apex Electrical Mfg. Co.—Resumes dividends
the declaration of $1 a share,

on

the

common

share

a

on

the

no

stock, payable Dec. 1.

Associates Investment Co.—Extra dividend of J5c. a share and a quar¬
terly of 50c. a share compared with 37He. a share distributed on Sept. 30,
Both dividends

are

payable

Associated Oil Co.—Dividend
share to 35c.

a

on

on

the

a

share to $2.25

a

no par common

common

share, payable Nov. 25.

Atlantic Coast Line Co.—Dividend
$1

the

on

j

.

a

share

was

on

Dec. 31.

.

.

■

>

,

the common stock increased from

share, payable Dec. 23.

"Atlantic Coast Line RR.—Dividend of $1

payable Dec.

stock

stock increased from 25c. a
.

a

on

the

23, and the first to be paid since Jan.,

stock,
1932, when $2

common

distributed.

payable Dec. 15.

•

Co.—Extra dividend of 20c.

Dec. 19.

par

quarterly dividend of 12He.
$1, both payable Dec. 21.

a

share on the

common

stock,
v

Balfour Building, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to the

regular quarterly of $1.25 a share was paid on the common voting trust
certificates, on Nov. 30.

(W. H.)

Barber Co.—Initial dividend of 25c. a share on the

common

stock, payable Nov. 25.

Bayuk Cigars, Inc.—Special dividend of 25c. a share in addition to the
usual quarterly of 18^c. a share on the common stock, no par, both
payable Dec. 15.
Beechnut-Nut Packing Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share, an extra
of 25c. a share and a regular quarterly of $1 a share, all on the common
stock, the special being payable on Dec. 15, and the regular and extra
dividends on Jan. 2, next.




this issue.
a

share

on

the com¬

mon

stock, both payable Dec. 21.

„

Chicago Corp.—Dividend of $5.50 a share on account of accruals and a
regular quar. of 75c. a share on the $3 cum. conv. pref. stock, due at this
time, both payable Dec. 1, and thus clearing up all arrears on this issue.

Chicago Mail Order Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share on the $5 par
common stock, payable Dec. 26.
An extra of 12He. a share was also
paid on Dec. 1, last.
•
'
V
,
,

,

,

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.—Dividend of $3H a share on account of
accumulations on the $3H preferred stock, payable Dec. 15.
This pay¬
ment will be the Jirst made since Jan". 1, 1931, when a regular quarterly
of 87He. a share was paid.

Chicago Rivet & Machine Co.—Extra dividend of 62He. a share in addi¬
tion to the regular quarterly dividend of 37 He. a share on the no par
common

stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Chrysler Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from $4 a share
to $5.50 a snare, payable Dec. 14.
Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific Ry.—Extra dividend of $23 a
share in addition to a semi-annual dividend of $5 a share on the common

stock, both payable Dec. 26.

Clark Equipment Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to a

quarterly dividend of 40c.
payable Dec. 15.

a

share

on

the

no

par common

stock, both

Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc.—Special dividend of $3 a share on the no
par common

stock, payable Dec. 15.

Clorox Chemical Co.—Dividend
from 65c. a share to 75c.

a

on

.

the

no

•

par common

stock increased

share, payable Dec. 30.

Cocoa Cola Co.—Extra dividend of $2 a share and a regular quarterly
of 50c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 15.
Cocoa Cola International Corp.—Extra dividend of $16 a

quarterly dividend of $3.25

a

share

on

share in addi¬
the no par common stock,

both payable Dec. 15.

Colt's Patent
a

Fire Arms Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of $1.25 a share
regular quarterly of 32c. a share on the common stock, both

payable Dec. 19.
Co.—Special dividend of $1.25 a share in addition
regular quarterly of $1 a share on the common stock (v. t. c.), no
value, both payable Dec. 10.

Columbian Carbon
to a

share in addition to a
stock, par $1, both payable
a

Baldwin Rubber Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the

regularly

:

Chesebrough Mfg. Co., Consolidated—Extra dividend of $1.50 a share
in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share on the com¬

and

regular dividend of 3c. a share on the common

this issue.

stock, payable Dec. 15 and a stock dividend of $2 a share on the
common stock, payable in new preference stock, series A, on Jan. 11 next.

tion to a

share

Atlantic Refining Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share in addition to a
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock, both
Auto City Brewing

arrears on

on

mon

t,/

Associated Breweries of Canada, Ltd.—Dividend on the common stock
increased from 15c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

last.

the $1.50 preferred no par

a

.

payable Dec. 21.

Archer Daniels Midland Co.—Special dividend of $1
par common

stock by

on

all arrearages

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.—Extra cash dividend of $1

American Smelting & Refining Co.—Special dividend of $2.25 a share on
the

up

share on account
stock, payable Dec. 10,

Corp.—Dividend of $3.60

par

Commercial Credit Co.—Extra dividend of $2 a share and
of $1 a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

a

quarterly

Commercial! nvestment Trust Corp.—Extra dividend of $1.25 a share
and a regular quarterly of $1 a share, payable Dec. 15, and Jan. 1, re¬
spectively, on the no-par common stock.
Commercial Solvents Corp.—Special dividend of 20c. a sh. and a regular
semi-annual of 30c. a sh. on the common stock of no par value, both

payable Dec. 15.
Commonwealth Edison Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share on the com¬
mon stock, payable Dec. 17.
A regular quarterly of $1 a share was paid
on

Nov. 2 last.

1

Compo Shoe Machinery Corp.—Extra dividend of 75c. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec. 15.

Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a snare in addition
regular quarterly dividend of 40c. a share on the no-par common
stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Congoleum-Nairn,
to the

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REVIEW

MONTHLY

General Shoe Corp.—Dividend on the no par class A and B common stocks
increased from 50c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Nov. 16.
*

Consolidated Bakeries of Canada, Ltd.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share
and regular quarterly of like amount on the common stock, no par, both
payable Jan. 2.

General Theatres Equipment Corp.—Dividend of 90c. a share on the
capital stock, payable Dec. 15, thus bringing total disbursements this
year to $2 a share.
An initial dividend of $1.10 was recently declared,
payable Dec. 10.

Consolidated Car Heating Co..—Dividend on the common stock Increased
from $1.50 a snare to $2 a snare, payable Dec. 15.
Consolidated Diversified Standard Securities, Ltd.—Dividend on the
$2H non-cum. pref. stock of no par value increased from 25c. a snare
to 37Hc. a share, payable Dec. 15.

Gillette Safety Razor Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and the regular

quarterly of like amount on the no par common stock, both payable
Dec. 18.

Consolidated Investment Trust—Special dividend o£ $1.15 a share In
addition to the regular semi-annual dividend of 60c. a snare on the
capital stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Gleaver Harvester Corp.—Special dividend of $2.50 a share on common,

payable in common stock at $25 a share.
Globe

^

Consolidated

Laundries

Corp.—Directors

authorized

as

Stock

optional.

or cash

Knitting Works—Dividend of $1.05

the 7 % cum. pref.
of Oct. 1, last.

on

of all
accumulated dividends (in the amount of $26.25 a share) on the $7.50
preferred stock, payable Dec. 15.
No dividends have been distributed
on this stock since May 1, 1933.1
payment

stock paid

on

a share on account of accruals
Nov. 3 last, clearing up all arrearages

Globe-Wernicke Co.—Dividend of $1
able Dec. 10, and the

first since the

share

a

the

on

company was

common stock, pay¬
reorganized in 1934.

^

Goebel Brewing Co.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 5c. a share on the $1 par common stock,

Consolidated Paper Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to
the regular quarterly of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable
•

both payable Dec. 18.

Dec. 1.

Consolidated Rendering Co.—Dividend on the no-par
increased from $1 a share to $1H a share on Nov. 16.

Grand Rapids Varnish

Corp.—Extra of 12 He. a share in addition to a
quarterly of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, payable Nov. 30.

stock

common

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock

Copper Range Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common stock,
payable Dec. 22, and the first declared since July 15, 1930, when 25c.
a share was paid.

no

Copper weld Steel Co.—Extra dividend of $1.30 a share on the no-par
common stock, payable $1 in the form of certificates of indebtedness
and 30c. in cash, both on Dec. 15.
1
Crane Co.—Dividend of $15.75 a share on account of accumulations
the 7% cum. preferred stock, $100 par, payable Dec. 15.
share

the

on

both payable Dec.

common

from 50c.

on

and

snare

share.

a

Crown Central Petroleum Corp.—Initial dividend of six cents
on the common stock, payable Dec. 21.
Cork

& Seal

Co., Inc.—Special dividend of
stock, payable Dec. 18, 1936.

no-par common

Curtiss

Wright Corp.—Initial dividend of 50c.

3

a

Corp.—Directors on Nov. 12 declared an extra dividend
share in cash or, at the option of holder, in 5H% preference
The issue of 5H %
preference stock to be issued subject to the authorization of the ICO
to provide for the extra dividend on the common stock.
a

Gulf Oil Corp.—Special dividend of 50c. a share in addition t<va regular

the

quarterly of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 10.

Both

Gulf Oi,I

Corp.—Stock dividend of 100% on the $25 par common stock,
payable Dec. 21.
A special cash dividend of 50c. a share and a regular
quarterly of 25c. a share will also be paid on this issue on Dec. 10.

share

a

Gurd & Co., Ltd.—Special dividend of 20c. a share on the
stock, payable Dec. 15.
The last previous distribution

(Charles)

share

on

1.

on

stock at par, payable Dec. 21 on the common stock.

.

Crown

on

of 75c.

the no-par common stock increased
Dec. 15.

Publishing Co.—Year-end dividend of 25c. a
quarterly dividend increased from 50c. a share to 75c.
dividends are payable Dec. 24.

the

Greyhound

share to 75c. a share, payable

a

Crowell

a

stock

on

Manufacturing Co.—Dividend of 10c. a
stock, payable Dec. 22 and the first to be declared

Crosley Radio Corp.—Dividend

on

& Gas System—The company paid a dividend of
account of accumulations on the 6% cumulative preferred
Nov. 16, thus clearing up all back dividends on this issue.

share

$1.50

this issue since 1925.

on

share

a

Water

Greenwich

Electric

Crocker-Wheeler

Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.
stock, payable Dec. 15.

par common

Great Northern Paper Co.—Extra dividend of 12c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock,

the

no-par common
on

this issue

was

the 15c. payment made in January, 1933.

$2 class

(C. M.) Hall Lamp Co.—Dividends on the no-par common stock increased
from 10c. a share to 20c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

Cutler-Hammer, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to a
regular quarterly of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, both

Hamilton Watch Co.—Dividend of 96 a share on account of accumula¬
tions on the 6% cumulative preferred stock, payable Dec. 15, thus

a share on the

A non-cum. stock of no par value, payable Dec.

15.

payable Dec. 15.

clearing up all arrears on the issue.

Delaware

Rayon Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the class A common
stock, payable Dec. 1, and compares with an initial payment of 25c. a
share made on Feb. 1, last.

Detroit

Paper Products Corp.—Extra dividend of 30c.

tion to the regular quarterly
<

(R. H.) Hanes Knitting Co.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterly of 12He. a share on the common and class B
common stock, all payable Dec. 1.

dividend of 6H cents

a

a share in addi¬
share on the new

Harbison-Walker Refractories Co.—Extra dividend of 50c.
addition to the

stock, both payable Dec. 10.

common

Dictophone Corp.—Dividend
-

$1
'

share to $2.25

a

a

on the no par common stock increased from
share, payable Dec. 1.

Dominguez Oil Fields Co.—Extra dividend of $1.50

share

a

was

Harnischfeger

a

share

the no par common

on

Hartford

Hazeltine

Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the no-par capital stock,
payable Dec. 15, and compares with dividends of 75c. a share paid on
Sept. 15 and June 15 last.

since March 11, 1932 when a quarterly of 50c. a share was disbursed.

Eastern Utilities Associates—Initial dividend of 55c.
par

Hecla

share

a

a

on

stock, payable Dec. 15.

common

Kodak

a

share

on

the

no

quarterly of $1.25
latter dividends

Electric

share

a

the

on

last.

no

a

on

no

2 next.

£

Hibbard,
on

common

Electrographic Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c.
regular quarterly of 25c.
payable Dec. 1.

a

share

the

on

no

share in addition to

a

par

a

Extra disbursements of 10c.

and June

a

share

were

made

the

new

share

a

$3 par value common stock, payable Dec. 29.

a

snare,

on the common stock increased from 6c.
payable Dec. 21.

a

a

dend of 20c.

Houdaille

share

to

on

the class A and class B stock of

This compares with 25c.

a

no

share distributed

par
on

on

a

share

were

paid

a

on

International Nickel

a

both payable
Jan. 1 and

common

General

common

,

of 45c.

Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c.
stock, payable Dec. 15.

a

common

accumulations

no par

General

Public

share

on

the

no

on

the

no

a

share

on

a

the

common

creased from $1 a




Co.

of

Canada,

stock increased from 35c.

Jaeger Machine Co.—Stock

a

share

on

the

a

share

on

the

no par common

'

Ltd.—Dividend

share to 40c.

on the no par
share, payable Dec. 31.

a

a

share in addition to
the no par capital

on

a

share

on

the

v

no

par

/

on

dividend of 10% in addition to the regular
a share on the no par common stock,

quarterly cash dividend of 25c.
both payable Dec. 15.

share on the

Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock in¬
share to $1.25 a share, payable Dec. 15.

a

creased from 10c. a share to
12Hc. a
Interstate Hosiery Mills, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share, payable
Dec. 15, and the quarterly increased from 50c. a share to 62
He. a sharb,
payable Feb. 15 next.
Both were declared on the no par common stock.
Interstate Natural Gas
Co., Inc.—Dividend of $1.75 a share on the com¬
mon stock,
payable Dec. 15, and the first payment to be made since 1931.

,

Refractories

share in addition

the $1 par capital stock inshare, payable Dec. 15.

par

Utilities, Inc.—Special dividend of $1
common stock, payable Dec. 23.

a

class B stock, both payable Dec. 15.

no par

common stock,
payable Dec. 15.
International Vitamin Corp.—Dividend

par

share

a

General Motors Corp.—Year-end dividend of $1.50
stock, payable Dec. 12, next.

General
,

Corp.—Extra dividend
stock, payable Dec. 17.

Metals

the

International Salt Co.—Extra dividend of 12 He.
the regular quarterly dividend of
37He. a share
stock, both payable Dec. 15.
International Shoe Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

the 7% cum. pref. stock, payable Dec. 15 and the first since Feb.
1,

Foods

on

finance Corp.—Special dividends of $1.15

International Business Machines Corp.—Stock dividend of 5% deliv¬
erable April 1, 1937 or as soon thereafter as practicable to holders o
record March 15, 1937.

1931, when a quarterly of $1.75 a share was distributed.
General Electric 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. 21.
General

Hershey Corp.—Extra dividend of 37Hc.

Inland Steel Co.—Special dividend of $1.50
stock, payable Dec. 17.

on

on account of

(N. Y.)—Extra dividend of 25c. a share on the no
stock, payable Dec. 12.
This compares with an extra divi¬
share paid on Aug. 1 last.

bearing dividend notes, payable on or before Dec. 1, 1941 and bearing
interest at 5% per annum, payable at maturity.
This will be the first
distribution on the common stock since December, 1920.

July 1, 1936.
General Cable Corp.—Dividend of $7 a share

share

Refining Co.—Accumulated dividends in the amount of $43.75
share have been declared on the preferred stock, payable in cash on
Dec. 2.
A dividend of $1 a share was also declared upon the common
stock, payable to holders of record on Nov. 27, 1936 by means of interest-

value, payable Dec. 10.

the common stock,

87Hc.

a

a

June 10, last.

Transportation Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c.

dividend of $1 a share

Semi-annual divs. of

of 25c.

,

Indian

payable Dec. 21.
a

quarterly dividend

a

Hummel Ross Fibre Corp.—Extra of $1 a share and a regular quarterly
of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 1.

last.

American

on the no-par common stock,
the first distribution made on the common

common stock, and $1.35 a share on the preference stock,
payable Nov. 19.
Regular quarterly dividends of 75c. on the
common and 87 He. a share on the preference stock were also declared,
both payable Jan. 15 next.

Franklin Rayon Corp.—Initial dividends of 60c. a share on the
$1 par
common stock and $1.20 a share on the no
par common stock, both

Dec. 21.

the capital

on

Co.—Dividend of $1

all were

Foote-Burt Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the no par common
stock, payable Dec. 15 and compares with 20c. a share paid on Sept. 15

share and

share

class A and B

(The)

General

a

a

37He. regular

Household

Corp.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
share to $2 a share, payable Dec. 11.

Security Corp. of Ogden (Ogden, Utah)—Dividends of 50c.

share

Furnace

par common

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 30c. a share to 50c. a share and became payable on Nov.
20, last.

.

& Co.—Special dividend of 85c.

Horn & Hardart Co.

Fidelity Fund, Inc.—Dividend of $2.50 a share, payable Dec. 10.
(William) Filene's Sons Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock
increased from 20c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

First

a

-

Enamel

from 55c.

Sept. 1

on

Hoover Ball & Bearing Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 15c. a share to 30c. a share, payable Dec. 1.

Federated Department Stores, Inc.—Dividend on the no par common
stock increased from 35c. a share to 50c. a share,
payable Dec. 17.
Ferro

this issue

both payable Jan. 2 next.

a

Corp.—Dividend

to 8c.

on

(D. H.) Holmes Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of $1.50 a share in addition to
a
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock,

on

a share and regular quarterly
share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.
Falstaff Brewing Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the common
stock,
payable in 6% cumulative convertible preferred stock on Dec. 15, and
the first distribution on this issue since Oct. 16,
1933, when an initial
cash dividend of 25c. a share was paid.

Famise

Bartlett

payable Nov. 27.
This was
since July 1, 1932, when
was paid.

Evans Products Co.—Special dividend of 50c.
of 25c.

Spencer,

stock

15, last.

El Paso Natural Gas Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of 40c.

made

the commqn stock, payable Dec. 24.

Holland

Sept. 15

on

was

(A.) Hollander & Son, Inc.—Extraordinary cash dividend
stock, payable Dec. 15, 1936.

''

Electrolux Corp.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share in addition to the regular
quarterly dividend of 40c. a share on the common stock, both payable

Dec. 15.

share

Hobart Mfg. Co.—Extra of 50c. a share and a regular quarterly of 37 He
a share on the class A stock, both payable Dec. 1. •'

stock, both

common

a

■

share in addition to
a dividend of 50c.
a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 1,
Previously regular quarterly dividends of 25c. a share were distributed.

Storage Battery Co.—Final dividend for 1936 of $1.25
par

the capital stock increased from 15c.

Heyden Chemical Corp.—Extra dividend of 75c.

a share on
stock and the cumulative participating preferred
stock, both payable Dec. 21.

the

on

share, payable Dec.18.

par

share; the former is payable Dec. 10, and the two
Jan.

a

A distribution of 10c.

Dec. 1.

Co.—Special dividend of 75c.

stock in addition to the usual extra div. of 25c. and the regular

common

Mining Co.—Dividend

share to 20c.

(Henry) Holt & Co., Inc.—Dividend of 30c. a share on account of accumu¬
lations on the $1.80 cum. partic. class A stock, no par value, payable

convertible shares, payable Dec. 3.

Eastman

& Insurance Co.—Extra dividend
payable Dec. 1.

Haverty Furniture Cos., Inc.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 15c. a share to 20c. a share, payable Nov. 25.

a share on the class A stock and
dividend of $1 a share on the class B stock, both payable Dec. 1.
A
distribution of $1.50 a share was paid on the class A stock on Dec. 1,
1935.
The current dividend on the class B stock will be the first paid
a

the

Steam Boiler Inspection

of 30c. a share on the capital stock,

share and a regular quarterly of
stock, both payable Jan. 5.
a

(E. I.) du Pont de Memours & Co.—Year-end dividend of $2

Corp.—Initial dividend of $5

a share on the 5% preferred
in addition to a dividend of $27.75 a share
the old 7% preferred stock and $5 a share
covering dividends for current year on the new 5% stock.
The 7%
stock was converted into 5% stock in December, 1934.

(S. R.) Dresser Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $3

T

the no-par

was paid on Nov. 16.
account of all arrears on

on

Nov. 30, last on the no par common stock.

60c.

share In

a

on

stock

paid

Dr. Pepper Co.—Extra dividend of $2.45 a share in addition to a regular
quarterly of 35c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 1.

Draper Corp.—Special dividend of $2

regular quarterly dividend of like amount
1.

stock, both payable Dec.

common

W* B.) Jarvis Co.—Special of $1.25
Dec.

15.

Quarterly dividend

.

a

share

increased

share and becomes payable on Dec. 1.

on

■

the capital stock, payable
a share to
37Hc. a

from 25c.

<"

<

James) Talcott, Inc.—Two interim dividends of 10c. a share and 6c. a
share on the common stock, both payable Jan. 2, 1937.
The 10c. divi...
dend represents the initial payment on 259,390 outstanding shares of
common stock and the 6c. distribution which is payable to all common
shares is intended to apply to the common stock now outstanding as well
as to 100,000 additional shares which the company proposes to issue prior
to the record date (Dec. 18).

the

Jewel Tea Co., Inc.—Special dividend of $2 a share in addition to
36th regular quarterly of $1 a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Dec. 21.
Mills—Dividend of $3.50 a share paid Nov.
accumulations on the 7% cum. pref. class A stock.

Judson

payment to be made on the above issue
*

a

share

was

16 on account of
This was the first

since Jan. 1, 1935, when

$1.75

distributed.

Southern Ry.—Dividend of $1 a share on the non-cumulztive
4% preferred stock payable Dec. 3.
This will be the first payment to
be made on this issue since April 15, 1933, when 50c. a share was dis¬

Kansas City
1

tributed.

Kaufmann Department Stores, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1.25 a share
and a quarterly of 40c. a share on the no par common stock, payable
Dec. 15, and Jan. 11, next, respectively.
A regular quarterly dividend
of 25c. a share was paid on Oct. 28, last.

Kelley Island Lime & Transport Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and
a quarterly of like amount on the no par common stock, both payable
Dec. 15.

'

•

Motor Finance Corp.—Extra

reqular quarterly of 20c.
payable Nov. 30.

Kennecott

Copper Corp.—Dividend on the no par common
payable Dec. 22.

creased from 30c. a share to 85c. a share,

stock in¬

share on the com¬

Kimberly-Clark Corp.—Special dividend of 25c. a share payable Dec. 23.
The regular quarterly dividend was increased from 12 He. a share to 25c.
a share and becomes payable on Jan. 2, next.

«

Kroger Grocery & Baking Co.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share in addi¬
tion to the regular quarterly of 40c. a share, both payable Dec. 1, on the
no

par common

cent a

of Virginia—Quarterly dividend on
stock increased from 70c. a share to 75c. a share, payable
Insurance

Co.

the common
Dec. 15.

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.—Extra dividend of $2 a share on
mon and common B stock, par $25, payable Dec. 18.
Lincoln Printing Co.—Year-end dividend of

(G. C.) Murphy Co.—Extra dividend of 75c. a share and a quarterly of
50c. a share on the common stock of no par value, payable Dec. 23 and
Dec. 1, next, respectively.
A disbursement of 40c. a share was paid on
.

Sept. 1 last

a

regular quarterly

Louisiana Land & Exploration Co.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share in
addition to a regular quarterly of like amount on the common stock,

par common

v

stock, payaole Dec. 23.

share on the $100

.,v

Associates—Extra dividend of $3 a share in
addition to the regular quarterly of $1.50 a share on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 1.
Ludlum Steel Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share on the $1 par common
stock, payable Dec. 21.
Manufacturing

Luther Manufacturing Co.—Dividend of $1 a share paid on the common
k stock on Nov. 2 last.
This was the first distribution to be made on this

F issue since Aug. 1, 1934 when

a

like amount was paid.

McKeesport Tin Plate Co.—An unclassified dividend
the no par common stock, payable Dec. 8.

of $1 a share on

Magma Copper Co.—Year-end dividend of $1 a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 15.
Mar-Tex Oil Co.—Initial dividend of 5c. a share on the common and
common class A stock, payable Dec. 15.
Maryland Fund, Inc.—Extra dividend of 7He. in cash, stock dividend
of 3% the cash value of which on Nov. 23, 1936 approximate 31c. and
a regular quarterly of 5c. a share on the outstanding shares, all payable
on

Dec. 15.

Master
;

4

National
no

on

the common

stock, payable Dec. 10.

May Department Stores Co.—Dividend on the common stock
from 50c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Dec. 1.
<

.

May Hosiery Mills, Inc.—Initial dividend of 25c. a share on
common stock, payable Dec. 1.

increased

the class A

dividend of $4.50 a share and a dividend of $15 a share
payable in common stock on the $6 cum. pref. stock, series A, no par
value, both payable Dec. 1, thus clearing up all accumulations on the
preferred stock.
In addition a regular quarterly of $1.50 a share was
also declared on the above issue to become payable on the same date.

Mead Corp.—Cash

Merck & Co.. Inc.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share and a

amount or (40c. a share) on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.
Mesta Machine Co.—Christmas dividend on the $5 par common stock of
50c. a share, payable Dec. 24, and one of 75c. a share payable Jan. 1.

$2 a share on the no par

Meteor Motor Car Co.—Dividend on the no par capital
from 50cj»a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. T.

stock increased

Steel Tube Products Co.—Quarterly dividend on the new
stock increased from 25c. a share to 40c. a share, payable
-v'; :
Midvale Co.—Dividend of $3 a share on the capital stock of no par value,
payable Dec. 19 and compares with $1 paid on Oct. 1, last.
Midwest Oil Co.—Extra dividend of 7 cents a share and a semi-annua
ividend of 50c. a share an the $10 par common stock, both payable'
Michigan

National

Mission

Corp.—Initial dividend of 45c. a share on the no par common

this

year.

,

dividend of $2.50 a share declared payable
preferred stock on the class A and class B common stock on

National Gypsum Co.—Stock
in second

Dec. 21.
National Lead Co.—Extra of 2,7He. a share and a
dend of 12He. a share on

regular quarterly divi¬

National Oats Co.—Special dividend of $1 a

payable Dec. 1 and

compares

share on the common
with 50c. paid on Sept. 1, last.

Oil Products Co., Inc.—Extra dividend

National
common

of $2 a share on the

stock, payable Dec. 18.

National Pressure Cooker Co.—Extra dividend of 20c.

share in addi¬

a

regular quarterly dividend of 15c. a share on the common
payable Dec. 1.

tion to the

both

dividend of $1 a share on the no par common

Loan Society—Initial dividend
stock, payable Dec. 2. '

common

Monsanto Chemical Co.—Special
to the regular quarterly dividend
both payable

21.
stock,

the $10 par, com. stock, both payable Dec.

stock,

Brothers, Inc.—Extra dividend of Z7He. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common
stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Newberry Co.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share in addition to a
a share on the common no-par stock, both

(J. J.)

regular quarterly of 60c.
payable Dec. 21.
New

England Telephone & Telegraph Co.—Dividend on the $100 par
stock increased from $1.50 a share to $2 a share, payable Dec. 21,

common

Corp.—Year-end dividend of $2 a share on the common
This compares with 75c. a share paid on Sept. 15

Newmont Mining

stock, payable Dec. 15.
last.

Newport Industries, Inc.—Initial dividend of 60c. a share on the $1
$1 par common stock, payable Dec. 15.
New York Air Brake Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the no-par
common stock, payable Dec. 15.

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Niagara Hudson Power Corp.—Dividend of 40c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 15.
This will be the first dividend paid since
March 31, 1933, when 25c. a share was distributed.
Niagara Share Corp. of Md.—Dividend on the class B common
increased from 10c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 18.
Noblitt Sparks

stock

Inc.—Special dividend of $1.50 a share in

Industries,

dividend of 50c. a share on the no-par
stock, both payable Dec. 21.
Holders have the option of taking
1-20 of a share of common stock in lieu of the $1.50 special dividend.

addition to the regular quarterly
common

Noranda Mines, Ltd.—Dividend on the no-par common
from $1.25 a share to $1.75 a share, payable Dec. 22.

stock increased

Norfolk & Western Ry.—Extra dividend of $5 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 19.
An extra of $2 a share was distributed on
March 19 last.

North

American

addition to tho
the no-par common stock, both

Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in

regular quarterly of like
payable Dec. 16.

amount

on

Rayon Corp.—Extra dividend of $1.25 a share in
a quarterly of 37He.
a share on the class A and class B
stock, all payable Dec. 15.
A dividend of 25c. a share waa
paid on Oct. 1 and July 1 last.

North

American

addition

to

common

Central Texas Oil Co.—Special dividend of 15c. a share on the
$5 par common stock, payable Dec. 16.
Water & Electric Corp.—Special dividend of $1 a share
on the common stock, payable Dec. 15.

North

Northeastern

Northern Pipe Line
15c. a share to 35c.

Co.—Dividend on the capital stock increased
share, payable Jan. 2, 1937.

from

a

Engineering Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 15.
A distribution of 25c. a share was made on

Northwest
this issue

Ohio
25c.

Oil
a

on

Nov. 2 and Aug. 1 last.

Co.—Dividend

share to 35c.

a

on

the

no-par

common

stock increased from

share, payable Dec. 15.

stock,
15c. a share to be paid

Otis Elevator Co.—Dividend of 15c. a share on the no-par common

payable Dec. 21, making the fifth distribution of

:

to stockholders this year.

Outlet Co.—Special dividend of $2 a

share on the common stock,

Pacific Can Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in

addition to the regular

both payable

quarterly of like amount on the common stock, no par,
Dec. 24.

Pacific

f.

Indemnity

dividend of 30c.

a

Co.—Extra of 20c.
share

on

payable

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a

.

share and regular quarterly
Jan. 2.

the common stock, both payable

Pacific Mills—Dividend of $1 a share on the no par common
Dec. 10, and the first to be paid
was distributed.

stock, payable

since Sept. 1, 1934, when 50c. a
;r

i

-

.

Package Machinery Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in
regular quarterly of similar amount on the $50 par common
able Dec. 1.

share

V"'

addition to
stock, pay¬

.

Paraffine Companies, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly of like amount on the no par common stock, both

of 24c. a share on the class B
1

dividend of $1.25 a share in addition
of 25c. a share on the capital'stock,

Dec. 15.

& Co.—Special dividend of $2.90 and a quarterly
share on the no par common stock, both payable
Jan. 15, next.
Dividends of 20c. a share were paid on Oct. 15, last.
Morris Finance Co.—Extra dividend of $5 a share in addition to a
quarterly of $2.50 a share on the class A cqmmon and an extra of $1 a
snare in addition to a quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the class B
common stock, all payable Dec. 31.
Morristown Securities Corp.—Dividend of 25c. a share from income and
a special of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable Jan. 2.
Montgomery Ward
dividend of 50c.

a

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payable Dec. 23.
& Tilford, Inc.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common
payable Dec. 21 and the first declared on this issue since July 14,
when 75c. a share and a stock dividend of 1% was distributed.

Park

stock, payable Dec. 22.

Monroe

stock

Co.—Dividend on the no par common
share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 15«=,

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Modine Mfg. Co.—Special
:<■

Register

Dairy Products Corp.—Dividend of 30c. a share on the no par
common stock, payable Dec. 15 and the fifth distribution of 30c. a share

.

stock, payable Dec. 18.

.

Cash

increased from 12He. a

National

common

Dec. 15.

the

Corp.—Special dividend of $3 a share on

Dec. 10.

Michigan Gas & Electric Co.—Dividends of $4.90 a ghare on the 7%
prior lien stock, $4.20 a share on the $6 prior lien stock as payments on
arrears.
The dividends will be distributed on Dec. 15.

Dec. 10.

& Share

Co., Inc.—The company, a subsidiary of the McKeesport
Tin Plate Co. declared a special dividend of $2.25 on the common stock,
payable on Dec. 1>
V

dividend of like

►

Metal & Thermitt Corp.—Special dividend of
common stock, payable Nov. 30.

Bond

capital stock, payable Dec. 15.

par

National Can

*

Electric Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share

1929,

Neisner

(P.r Lorillard Co.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock of no par
value, both payable Dec. 15.

Ludow

stock,

share and
an initial of 36c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 21.
An initial dividend of $1.15 a share for period (Sept. 20, 1936—Dec.
21,1936) is likewise payable on the 5% class A preferred stock on Dec. 21

the com¬

a share on the no par common stock,
Doth payable
Dec 31
Lone Star Cement Corp.—Extra dividend of 75c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common stock,
both payable Dec. 21.
The company was formerly known as the In¬
ternational Cement Corp.

Dec. 15.

increased from 35c.

National Bond & Investment Co.—Extra dividend of 75c. a

dividend of 50c.

both payable

the no par common stock
payable Dec, 15.

on

share to 65c. a share,

National Aviation Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common
payable Dec. 15, and the first payment to be made since Sept. 1,
when a 10% stock dividend was distributed.

r

Louisville & Nashville RR.—Extra dividend of $1.50 a

this issue.

Muskogee Co.—Dividend

50c. a share on the common

Loew's, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to a

on

Murray Corp. of America—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 15, and the first to be paid since Feb. 1, 1930, when a
stock dividend of 2% was distributed.

stock, payable Dec. 21.
fc

share on the

Manufacturing Corp.—Special dividends of 50c. a

class A (par $7.50) ana class B (par $1) common stocks, payable Dec. 21,
next.
The above declarations represent initial dividends on these issues.

made

Libby, McNeill & Libby Co.—Initial dividend of $1 a share on the no par
common stock, payable Dec. 18.
Holders may exercise the option of
receiving common stock in the place of cash at the rate of one share of
stock for each $10 cash distribution, as the company does not issue
fractional shares holders owning less than 10 sbs. will receive a cash div.
Life

the

on

stock.

quarterly

stock increased from 25c.

Oil, Mining & Development Co.—Extra dividend of one
share in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of like amount
capital stock, both payable Dec. 1.

Mullins

Landers, Frary & Clark—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly of 37He. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 28.
(R. G.) Le Tourneau, Inc.—Extra of $4.50 a share and a regular
► of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 1.

dividend of 80c. a share in addition to the
share on the no par common stock, both

Motor Wheel Corp.—Dividend on the common
a share to 40c. a share, payable Dec. 10.

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Kentucky Securities Co.—Initial dividend of $1.60 a
mon stock, payable Dec. 15.

a

Mount Diablo

Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Co.—Initial dividend of $1.50 a share for the year
1936 on the class A and class B stocks, par $1, payable Dec. 21.

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Dec., 1936]

Patterson-Sargent Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in
the regular quarterly of like amount on the no par common
payable Dec. 1.

(J. C.) Penney Co.—Extra
a

stock

1930,

addition to
stock, both

dividend of $3.75 a share and a quarterly of $1

share on the no par common

stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp.—-Initial dividend of 50c. a
common voting trust certificates, payable Dec. 15.

share on the

Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend of $2.25 a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 15.
Peoples Water & Gas Co.—The company, formerly known as the OregonWashington Water Service Co., declared a dividend of $13.50 a share on
account of accumulations on the $6 cum. pref. stock of no par value,
payable Dec. 1.

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MONTHLY

.

Pare Marquette Ry.—Dividend of #20 a share on account of accumula¬
tions on the 5% prior pref. stock, payable Dec. 17 ,and the first to be
made since Aug. 1, 1931, at which time #1.25 s ahare was distributed.

Spear & Co.—Initial dividend of 50c.

on

the

no par common

a

creased from 15c.

on

a regular of like amount
Dec. 21.

stock, payable Dec.

common

$1

on

share and

a

regular

a

Joseph Lead Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share and a quarterly of
like amount on the capital stock, both payable Dec. 21.
A distribution
of 20c. a share was made on Sept. 21 and on June 20, last.

Standard

share on the

a

a

the no par common stock increased from
share, payable Dec. 5.
on

St.

the

stock, payable Dec. 15.

par common

share to $2

a

par, capital stock in¬
share, payable Dec. 15.

to 20c. a

?uarterly of 12c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable
>ec. 21.

15.

.Phillips Packing Co., Inc.—Special dividend of 25c.
no

share

a

the common stock, par

on

the $1

on

(Frank G.) Shattuck Co.—Extra dividend of 50c.

Phelps Dodge Corp.—Special dividend of 25c. a share in addition to the
usual quarterly dividend of like amount on the capital stock, par $25,
both payable Dec. 15.

Philadelphia Insulated Wire Co.—Special dividend of $1

share

a

Spicer Mfg. Corp.—Dividend

share and

stock, both payable

share

a

$1, payable Dec. 1.

Spencer Trask Fund, Inc.—Dividend

Peter Paul, Inc.—Regular quarterly dividend of 75c. a share and an extra
of #1 a share were declared on the common stock, both payable Dec. 10.
Pet Milk Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

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Cap & Seal Corp.—Special dividend of 30c.
stock, payable Dec. 11.

a

share

on

the

par common

Pioneer Milk Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of 80c. a share in addition to the
regular monthly dividend of 15c. a share on the common stock, both
payable Dec. 1.

Standard Oil Co. of Indiana—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition
to the regular quarterly of 25c. a share on the common
stock, both
payable Dec. 15.

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.—Dividend of $2

Standard Oil Co. of Kentucky—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addi¬
tion to a quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock, both

a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 21.
The company stated that this disbursement
includes the dividend ordinarily payable the early part of January.
A
dividend of $1.50 a share was paid on Oct. 1 last, and compares with 50c.
paid in each of the six preceding quarters.

Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt Corp.—Dividend of 40c.

a

share on 1;ha com¬

stock of

mon

paid

payable Dec. 15.
Standard Oil Co. of Nebraska—Dividend of 25c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 19.
This will be the first dividend paid by the
company since June 20,1934, when a regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a
share was made.

no par value, payable Dec. 21, and compares with<q2Hc.
Sept. 1 last, the first distribution to be made since July 15, 1931.

on

Standard

Oil Co. of New Jersey—Extra dividend of 75c. a share in
addition to a regular semi-annual dividend of 50c. a share on the
capital
stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Plymouth Oil Co.—Extra dividend of 15c.
of 25c.

share

a

on

the

common

a share and a regular quarterly
stock, both payable Dec. 22.

Preferred Accident Insurance Co. of N. Y.—Stock dividend of one addi¬
tional share of common stock for each seven held was paid on Nov, 25 last.
Protective Indemnity Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition to
the regular annual dividend of $1 a share on the common stock, both
payable on Nov. 2 last.
Prudential

Investors, Inc.—Dividend of 25c.

mon

stock, payable Dec. 10.

decl.

on

this issue

Public Service

on

share

a

a

the

same

on

on

date.

Rainier

common

a dividend of
stock on Nov. 20, the first made on

20c.

no

issue, and an initial cash dividend of 50c. a share
common stock, both dividends are payable on Dec. 1.

par

on

share made on Oct.

Texas

the

stock of

common

f

regular quar. of like amount

on

the

common

Safeway Stores,

Inc.—Dividend of $2

on

stock of

common

an extra

a share on the common stock and $6
second preferred stock, both payable Dec.
15.
A dividend of 25c. a share was distributed Sept. 1, 1931 on the
former and $1H a share on the latter on Feb. 15, 1932.
No disburse¬

.

snare

ments

on

the

were

6%

non-cum.

made in the interim

on

on

on

the

no

a

regular quarterly
payable Dec. 15.
a

Scott Paper Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly
of 50c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

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Scranton Lace Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share in addition to a regular
quar. of 60c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 15.
Seaboard Surety Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from 25c.
a

share to 50c.

a

25c. a share on
This compares

Sharon

Steel

a

Title

quarterly of
the common stock of $1 per value, both payable Dec. 1.
with 15c. a share paid on Sept. 1, last.
share in

a

addition to

a

a share on the common stock, no par value, both payable
These dividends will be the first to be distributed since

July 25, 1930.
Shell Union Oil Corp.—Dividend of $26.12H a share on the
5H% cum.
conv. preferred stock, this clearing up all arrears, and a dividend of 25c.
a share on the common stock, the first to be declared on this issue since
1930.
Both dividends are payable on Dec. 15.
Simmons Co.—Dividend
a

share to $1.75

a

quarterly of like amount

on

a

share and

a

from 50c.

United

a

share

on

on the common stock increased from 5c.
share, payable Jan. 2.

South Bend Lathe Works—Initial dividend of 30c.
stock, payable Dec. 1.

a

share

Southwest Consolidated Gas Utilities Co.—Dividend
stock increased from 75c.




a

was

also made

the

on

com¬

no

par

stock In¬

common

share, payable Dec. 15.
the

no

par

common

stock

increased

a

a

an

in¬

stock, both
regular quarterly dividend of

of St. Louis—Dividend on the common stock
37Hc. a share and was paid on Nov. 30.

share to

the

on

no

par common stock increased

payable Dec. 28.

Aircraft

Corp.—Initial dividend of 50c.
Co.—Dividend of 75c.

share

a

on

the

share in

a

addition to

a

capital
regular

United

Corp.—Dividend of 20c.

a

share

on

July 1, 1933, when

a

quarterly of 10c.

United Fruit Co.—Special dividend of $1.25
Jan.

a share on the
15, next, respectively.

United

the

Gas

& Electric

increased from 60c.

a

a
a

stock, payable

common

This will be first payment to be made

Dec. 18.
since

the

on

share

common

was

shares

paid.

share and

no par common stock

a regular quar¬
payable Dec. 21 and

Corp.—Dividend

share to 90c.

a

on the no par common stock
share, payable Dec. 1#

United Milk Products Co.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on
an extra of $1.25 a share on the $3
partic. preferred stock of

common
no par

both payable Dec. 1.

and

value,

United National Corp.—Dividend on the non-cum.
partic. pref. stock
of no par value, increased from 15c. a share to 25c. a
share, payable
Dec. 15.

United Paperboard Co.—Dividend of $4.25

a share on the 6% non-cum.
pref. stock, payable Dec. 31, and the first to be paid since April 15, 1929,
when a quarterly of $1.50 a share was distributed.

Profit

standing

Sharing Corp.—Dividend

no par common

of
10c. a share on the outr
stock, payable Dec. 15, and the first to be de~

clared since July 15, 1929, when 60c. a share was paid.

United Public Service Co.—Initial dividend of 30c.
mon

a

share

on

the com¬

stock, payable Dec. 26.

United States

Freight Co.—Extra dividend of 75c.

quarterly of 25c. a share
and Dec. 1, respectively.
mon

on

the no par

common

a

share and

a regular
stock, payable Dec. 21,

Graphite Co.—Special dividend of $1

a

share

on

the

com¬

stock, payable Dec. 15.

United

States

Gypsum Co.—Extra dividend of $1.25

regular quarterly of 50c. a share
and Dec. 31, respectively.

on

the

common

a

share

and

ft

stock, payable Dec. 24,

United

Corp.—Dividend
a

share

?uarterly of like amount on the no par common stock, both payable
)ec. 19.

the

capital stock, par $15, payable Dec. 15.
15c.

Corp.

share to 75c. a share,

United States

Corp—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular quarterly
a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 15, and Jan. 2,

Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc.—Special dividend of 25c.

share to

a

United-Carr Fastener Coro.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share in addition
to the regular quarterlv dividend of 50c. a share on the nb
par common
stock, both payable Dec. 15.

respectively.

Sonotone

a

United Carbon

regular.
30.

declared, payable Feb. 2.
20c.

account of accumulations

Union Carbide & Carbon Corp.—Dividend on the no par common stock
increased from 70c. a share to 80c. a share, payable Jan. 1 next.

both payable Nov.

a share on the 6%
cum. preferred
stock on account of accumulations, payable Dec. 22.
This payment will
eliminate all dividend arrears on the preferred stock
up to and including
the quarter ended Oct. 31, 1936.
A regular quarterly dividend of $1.50
a share on the preferred stock for the quarter ended Jna.
31, 1937 was also

of

on

share to 70c. a share and became payable on Nov. 17 last.

Insurance

United
cents

the capital stock,

Skelly Oil Co.—Dividend of $25.50

S. M. A.

a

a

on

Twin Disc Clutch Co.—Dividend

the no par common stock increased from 75c.

on

share, payable Dec. 21.

(William) Simon Brewery—Extra dividend of 2

share

the above date and representing the first since

Co.—Dividend

increased from 25c.

a

quarterly of 30c.
in December.

on

terly of 75c.

share in addition to

Corp.—Special dividend of 75c.

a

payable Dec. 5 next.
On Sept. 5 last
50c. a share was paid on this issue.

share, payable Nov. 16, 1936.

Servel, Inc.—Extra dividend of 40c.

stock,

stock, payable Dec. 15-

share in addition to

par common stock, both

common

a

Timken Roller Bearing Co.—Extra dividend of 75c. a share and
creased quarterly dividend of 75c. a share on the common

the $5 par, common stock, all payable Dec. 21.

of like amount

Water Oil

from 45c.

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these issues.

Schenley Distillers Corp.—Extra dividend of $1H a share in cash and
$2H in 5H% preferred stock, and a regular quarterly of 75c. a share
Schiff Co.—Extra dividend of 75c.

A disbursement of 50c.

stock, payable

creased from 30c. a share to 60c.

Tide

Savage Arms Co.—Dividend of $1
a

the $25 par

on

Thompson Products, Inc.—Dividends on„the

no par

dividend.

share

1932.

stock, both payable Dec. 15.

the

a

Sulphur Co.—Extra dividend of 50c.

this stock.

a

value, payable in new 5% pref. stock, par $100 at the note of 1-50 of a
share of pref. for each share of common held, payable Dec. 15.
Of the
current
declaration
50c. represents the regular quarterly and $1.50

these issues on

and the regular quarterly of $1.75 a share due at this time on the
7% cum.
pref. stock, both payable Dec. 15, thus clearing up all back dividends on
mon

Ruberoid Co.—Special year-end dividend of $3 a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common stock,
>
both payable Dec. 21. /
,

Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c.

Thew Shovel Co.—Dividend of $31.50

no par

share in addition to

on

paid since April 15.

Thatcher Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend of $1.25 a share and a
quarterly of
25c. a share on the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 15.
-

value, payable Dec. 14.

a

made

were

share in addition to
the regular quarterly of like amount on the common stock no
par value,
both payable Dec. 15.
■

Riverside Cement Co.—Dividend of $1.36 M a share on account of accumu■;
lations on the $1.25 cumulative participating class A stock of no par value,
payable Dec, 1.
/

(H. H.) Robertson Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

were

dividends

no

payable Dec. 21.
Texas Gulf

share, payable Dec. 14.
on

,

1932.

Reynolds Spring Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly payment of like amount on the larger amount of
common stock, par $1, now outstanding, both payable Dec. 15.
Richardson Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased from
share

a share in addition to
the capital stock, both

on

;

Distributions at one-half the above amounts

Aug. 10 last, previous to which

initial dividend of $2.62H a share on the new 5H% preferred stock
both payable Dec. 16.
The last previous payment on the 7% preferred
stock was made on Nov. 2, 1931.

a

share

a

Telephone Bond & Share Co.—Dividends of 98c. a share on the 7%
1st pref. stock and 42c. a share on the $3 1st pref. stock,
payable Dec. 15.

on

Rich's, Inc.—Extra dividend of $1

15, last.

the regular quarterly dividend of 35c.
payable Dec. 15.

Revere Copper & Brass Co., Inc.—Dividend of $3.50 a share on account
of accumulations on the 7% cumulative preferred stock, par $100 and

share to $1 a

stock increased from

common

Sylvania Industrial Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c.

the

,

a

the

on

share, payable Dec. 19.

Swift & Co.—Special dividend of 30c. a share and a regular
quarterly divi¬
dend of 30c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 21.

Republic Steel Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on account of accruals on
the 6% cum. preferred stock payable Dec. 19.
A dividend for the
quarter beginning Oct. 1,1936 of $1.50 a share on the 6 % cum. convertible
preference stock, series A, par $100, is likewise payable on Dec. 19.

40c.

a

Superheater Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 10 next.
This compares with a distribution of 20c. a

the 7 % cumulative first preferred stock, clearing up all accumula¬
this

share to 30c.

Drug Co.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share in addition to a regular
quarterly oflike amount on the common stock, both payable Dec. 23.
Sunshine Mining Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
50c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

a share in addi¬
to a regular quarterly of 37He. a share on the no par common
stock, both payable Dec. 15.
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. 15.
Reliable Stores Corp.—Dividend of $3.50 a share on account of accumula¬
on

a

amount was distributed.

a share on
this issue since

tion

on

15, 1930, when a like amount was paid.
A\
share on the 5% pref. and a regular of 75c. a share
also declared, both payable Dec. 15.

were

Sun Ray

50c.

Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc.—Special dividend of 25c.

tions

a

6% pref. stock

Stouffer Corp.—Dividend of 10c. a share was paid Nov. 2 last on the
class B common stock, and the first since Feb.
1, 1932, when a similar

Nov. 1, 1934, when 30c. a share was distributed.

tions

special of 75c. a
stock, all payable

a

common

Sterling Products, Inc.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of 95c. a share on the common
stock, both
payable Dec. 1.

stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Brewing Co., Inc.—Company paid

the class B

the

Sterling Brewers, Inc.—Dividend

share in addition

Quaker State Oil Refining Corp.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share and a
quar. of 20c. a share on the common

share,

a

the

on

the common since Feb.

special dividend of $1

Public Service Co. of Northern Illinois—Special dividend of $1 a share
on the two classes of common stock
(par $60 and no par value), payable
Dec. 17.

regular

share

Bros. Stores, Inc.—Dividend of 30c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 15 next.
This will be the first distribution to be made

payable Dec. 19.

a

a

Sterchi

share on the no par common stock, both

a

of 60c.

extra

an

Dec. 15.

the no par com¬

Nov. 23, last, and becomes payable on

quarterly of 60c.

and

share

A special dividend of like amount was also

Corp. of N. J.—Extra dividend of 20c.

to the regular

on

Stanley Works—Quarterly dividend of 40c.

on

the

States Steel Corp.—Dividend of $7 a share on account of ac¬
cumulations on the 7% cum. pref. stock, payable Dec. 24, and
compares
with $3.75 a share paid on Nov. 28.

a

common

United

common

Universal

Stores Corp.—Dividend of $11.81 H

cumulations
on

the

share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 21.

„

on

a shares on account of ac¬
the $6 cum. pref. stock, par $100, payable Dec. 15.

Products Co., Inc.—Dividend on the no par common stock
increased from 75c. a share to $1.25 a share, payable Dec. 18.

-

review

Dec., 1936]
Van

Raalte Co.,

$1

a

stock increased from

Dec. 1.

•

the $5 par, capital
share, payable Dec. 8.

Financial Corp.—Dividend on

Vick
.

Inc.—Dividend on the common

share to $2 a share, payable

from 15c. a share to 35c.

a

Viking Pump Co.—Special dividend of
stock, payable Dec. 15.

of 100% was paid

Virginia Fire & Marine Insurance Co.—Stock dividend
on the capital stock, of $25 par, on Nov. 20, last.

Agricultural Co., Ltd.—Stock dividend of one

Waialua

stock increased

$1 a share on the no par common

share of Hawaiian

Pineapple Co. common stock for each share of this company
stock held in lieu of a cash dividend, payable Nov. 30.

s capital

payable

(S. D.) Warren Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common stock,
Dec. 21, and the first declared since Feb. 15, 1936, at which time
a share was distributed.
•> >
.
*

,

$1.75

Washington Ry. & Electric Co.-—Extra dividend of $10 a share in addi¬
tion to the regular quarterly dividend of $9 a share on the common stoca,
both payable Dec. 1.
Wesson Oil & Snowdrift Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and
a regular quarterly of 12^ c. a share on the no par common stock, botn
payable on Jan. 2, next.
Supply Co.—Extra dividend of $3 a share and a quarterly
of $1 a share on the class A and B common stock, no par value, all pay¬
able Dec. 1.
This compares with dividends of 75c. a share Jiaid quarterly
from March 1, 1934 to and including Sept. 1, last.

Western Auto

Western

Maryland Ry. Co.—Dividend of $7 a share on the 7% cumula¬
preferred stock, payable Dec. 15, and the first ever to be paid

tive first
on

this

Western

issue.

.;;

.

,

Co.—Dividend of 75c. a share on account of
pref. stock of no par value, payable
share was paid on Sept. 1, last.

Public Service

accumulations on the $1.50 series A

A disbursement of 563^ cents a

Dec. 1.

Air Brake Co.—Special dividend
stock of no par value, payable Dec. 23.

Westinghouse
common

of $1 a share on the

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.—Special dividends of $2 a share on
the common and 7% preferred stock, both of $50 par and both payable
on

Dec. 21.

Corp.—Dividend on the no par common
share to 60c. a share, payable Dec. 10.

Electric Instrument

Weston

stock increased from 25c. a

Water Service Co.—Dividend of $3 a share on account of
accumulations on the $6 cumulative preferred stock no par value, payable
Jan. 1, next.
A dividend of $1.50 a share was paid on this issue on

West Virginia

Oct. 1, last.

-:i'.

-

(J. 8.) Wicklund Development Co.—Initial
was paid Nov. 20, on the common stock.

dividend of one cent a share

5
dividend of 35c. a share in addition to the
of 25c. a share on the no par common stock,

Wieboldt Stores, Inc.—Extra

regular quarterly dividend
both payable Dec. 29.

dividend of 10c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock, both

Willson Products, Inc.—Extra

payable Dec. 10.
Investment Co. (Del.)—Dividend on the common
increased from 10c. a share to 20c. share, payable Dec. 15.

Wisconsin

distributed.

Wright Aeronautical Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 14.
Tnis will be the first dividend paid since Nov.
30, 1930, when 50c. a share was distributed.

Wright-Hargreaves

Mines,

share on the common

Ltd.—Special interim dividend of 10c. a

stock, payable Feb. 1, 1937.

Youngstown Steel Door Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a
quarterly of 25c. a share on the common stock, both
UNFAVORABLE

capital stocx

Telegraph Co.—Dividends of 28c. a share on
the $6 1st pref. stock, payabl„
and 42c. a share, respectively,

the 7% 1st prer. stock and 24c. a share on
Dec. 15.
On Aug. 10 last dividends of 49c.
were

paid on these issues.

Inc.—Dividend on the no par common stock
35c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

reduced from 45c. a share to

General Development Co.—Dividend on the $20 par
duced from 50c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec.

Textile Corp.—Directors
dividend at this time.
three, six and nine months ago.

Metal

common

common stock re

1.

took no action on the payment of a
A dividend of 10c. a snare was declared

Mock, Judson, Voehringer Co., Inc.—Dividend on the no par
stock reduced from 25c. a share to 15c. a share, payable Dec. 12.
Nachrnan Spring-Filled Corp.—^Dividend on
from 75c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec.

National Transit
a

share to 35c. a

the capital stock reduced
15.

Co.—Dividend on the capital stock
share, payanle Dec. 15.

The

day

STOCK MARKET DURING

the

after

reduced from 40c.

action on the dividend

(Franklin) Simon & Co.—Directors have deferred
of $1.75 on the 7% cum. pref. stock due Dec. 1.
COURSE OF THE

common

NOVEMBER, 1936

national election the stock market

brisk and active advance, and on
activity of the market
increased.
But with those two sharp spurts in prices the
market was done for the month.
Though the volume of

enjoyed an exceptionally
the following

day the strength and

dealings continued large

election sessions, and
shade under the
There were

the

turnover

throughout the month, irregularity
after those first two post¬

price trend

in the

developed

the closing level for the month was a

Nov. 5 high.

,

,

only 22 trading days in the month, but still
on

largest for any

the New

York

Stock

Exchange

was

the

month since February, and was, with the

exception of last year, the largest for any February since
1929.

Transactions totaled 50,467,182 shares compared with

43,995,282

shares

November, 1935.

57,459,775 shares in
According to the index of the New York
in

October

and

"inflationary" policies would not be changed; while govern¬
bonds, on the other hand, were bid upward for the
reason that the collection of funds under the workings of

ment

the

social

the

security legislation would hasten the day when
Treasury would not have to raise any new money in

the

market.

advances

Two large classifications

of stocks

in the upswing, namely, the rails and

The 25 railroad stocks in the index declined 2.59

utilities.

points, or about 5%, while a group of eight utility issues
were

stock

fractionally lower in the month.

Firmest of all the

groupings were the stores, manufacturing companies,

coppers

and railroad equipments.

and foods

scored modest advances.




The oils, steels, motors

both

of

something

was

stocks and

bonds

in

the

the election,

a

after

but

paradox

paradoxes in security price movements are not uncommon.
After the

ballots

were

counted

Nov. 3,

on

an

extraordi¬

stream of corporate distributions to

stockholders and
wage increases began to appear.
The compilation of the:
New York "Times" placed the November dividend actions
at the record-breaking total of $800,000,000, with extra divi¬
dends, increased dividends and payments on preferred stock
arrearages coming right and left.
General Motors on Nov. 9
nary

authorized

year-end

a

the

distribution

$12

a

of

dividend of $1.50 a share, calling for

and on the following day
Chrysler Corp. directors voted a year-end dividend of $5.50 a
share, raising the dividend distribution for the whole year to

$65,250,000,

share, equal to six times the previous year's payment

and four times the

largest previous annual disbursement to

stockholders in the company's history.
Yet

market

stock

the

face of these stockholder
industrial

For

restrained

exceptionally

of

activity

in the

its enthusiasm

windfalls and reports of business

favorable

tenor.

thing, the large payments to stockholders, it was

one

of corporate wellmisleading, since corporate
liberality was artificially increased by the tax on undis¬
tributed income.
Also, a damper was thrown on the buying
of stocks by the remarks of President Roosevelt on Nov. 13
boye

generally realized,
being that

the

effect

that

the

appearance

an

in some

was

ways

inflow

of

funds

from

Europe

was

becoming so menacing as to be made the basis of a study

Administration, with the possible end

the

in view of

adopting restrictive measures against the inflow.
The dif¬
ference which these discussions made to the stock market
was

described

follows by

as

the

Federal Reserve Bank of

position to know the actual
figures on foreign purchases and sales:
"Foreign buying of American securities continued at a
rapid rate in the first part of November, but after the matter
of the inflow of capital from abroad became the subject of
some discussion,
foreign security buying declined and on
some days was reported to have been exceeded by sales."
Further evidence that the authqrities in Washington were

New

which

York,

was

in

a

market, was to be found

about the stock

concerned

in the

Nov. 19 of
an amendment to the regulation governing loans to brokers
which would require purchasers of stocks to post margins
immediately instead of taking advantage of a permissible
lag of several days under present regulations.
In addition,
the Securities and Exchange Commission disclosed on Nov. 18
that Stock Exchange members are to be required to keep
their commitments for own account fully margined at all
times and that steps would be taken to restrict "excessive
trading" by partners of commission houses and specialists
on the Exchange.
As to the fluctuations in individual stocks, United States
Steel was at its highest Nov. 4 at 79% and at its lowest
Nov. 23 at 72, with the close Nov. 30 at 76%.
Steel, pre¬
ferred, was at its lowest Nov. 4 at 145% and at its highest
Nov. 28 at 154%, with the close Nov. 30 at 146%.
American
Tel. & Tel. moved up from 177 Nov. 4 to 190% Nov. 27, with
the close Nov. 30 at 188.
American Can fell from 130%
Nov. 10 to 121% Nov. 27, with the close Nov. 30 at 123%.
General Electric was at its lowest Nov. 2 at 48% and at its
by the Federal Reserve

submission

Nov.

highest
Nov.

Board

on

10 at 53%, with the close Nov. 30 at 51%.
& Dye fell from 243% Nov. 10 to 226%
.

Chemical

Allied

Westinghouse Elec. &

23, with the close Nov. 30 at 238.

Mfg. moved down from 150% Nov. 7 to 138% Nov. 23. Vwitli
the close Nov. 30 at 145%.
Consolidated Edison Co. of
N. Y. rose from 43% Nov. 4 to
Nov.
was

30 at
at its

fell from

September.

There

of

at

in

On the

hand, stock prices, immediately after the election, were
whirled upward on the ground that the Administration's

"Times," 50 leading stocks showed an advance of 2.10 points

failed to participate

election returns affected

security markets in a number of direct ways.

compared with a rise of 6.52 points in October and 0.94 of a
point

due or

not

one

by

CHANGES

bonds

not to be doubted that the

was

the

share and a regular
payable Dec. 15.

Seal-Kap Corp. of Del.—Dividend on the no par
reduced from 20c. a share to 10c. a share, payable Dec. 10.

Bloomingdale Brothers,

It

Treasury

advanced 1% points to a new high

years

to

American

Associated Telephone &

callable within five
level from Nov. 4
to 19, and the average yield on Treasury bonds dropped
0.20% to a new low of 2.12%.
From Nov. 19 to the end of
the month government securities were irregular along with
stocks, but they showed little change from their highs.

price of

Dee. 17
declared

Co.—Special dividend of 40c. a share payable
and a regular quarterly of 15c. payable Jan. 2, next.
Both were
on the $25 par, common stock.

Yale & Towne Mfg.

in high-grade bonds, and

just as marked

was

especially in government securities, in the post-election trad¬
ing as in stocks, and in bonds the advance was of longer
duration.
Federal Reserve figures showed that the average

and

share and a quarterly
Dec. 15. Previously,

Woodall Industries, Inc.—Extra dividend of 30c. a
of 25c. a share on the common stock, both payable

quarterly dividends of 20c. a share were

stock

Strength

17

; .1-

.

In

47%.

48% Nov. 30, with the close

the railroad list.

41%, with the close Nov. 30 at 44%.

at 46%.

Delaware & Hudson

51% Nov. 9 to 44% Nov. 23, with the close Nov. 30
Union Pacific moved down from 143 Nov. 2 to 130

Nov. 30, with the close on
Pacific

New York Central

highest Nov. 5 at 46% and at its lowest Nov. 23

was

Nov. 23 at

at its

the latter day the same.

Southern

highest Nov. 2 at 45% and at its lowest

39%, with the close Nov. 30 at 41%. Baltimore &
from 23% Nov. 6 to 21% Nov. 14, with

Ohio moved down

the close Nov. 30 at

4

Nov.

to

70%

22%.

Nov.

Chesapeake & Ohio fell from 77%

24, with the

close Nov.

30 at

72%.

Southern Railway was at its highest Nov. 10 at 24 and at its
lowest
«

Nov. 23 at 21, with

the close Nov. 30 at 22%.

(Continued on page 53)

New York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE
Bond

BOND

PRICES

NOVEMBER

DURING

1935

$290,695,000
3,220,995,000

November.
Jan. 1 to Noy. 30.

OF

1936

I$301,977,000

November

3,025,029,000

.

.

1936

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Sales

Stock Sales

1936

Shares_

1935

50,467,182

57,459,775
336,046,435

447,446,692

NOTICE—Cash 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 which they occur.
No account is taken of such sales in computing
the range for the year.
.

The tables

complete record of the transactions on the New York Stock Exchange during
They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The tables
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 ilTnterest Period" indicate in each case the month when the bonds mature.
on

18 to 40 furnish

pages

a

Nov., 1936, and the range since Jan. 1.

In accordance with the rule
\

adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bonds
are income bonds and bonds on which

price to which accrued interest must be added.
The exceptions to the rule
interest is in default.
This method of quoting bonds became effective Jan. 2,1909.
sent one or more 32ds of a point.

are

at

Sales

a

in

Value

si

Price

cfe

N.

Y.

EXCHANGE

STOCK

1936

repre¬

Jan. 2

Hft.

BONDS

November

Quotations after decimal point

Bid

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Nov. 2
Ask

Bid

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Highest
Sale Prices

U S GOVERNMENT BONDS

Oct 15 1947-1952 A O

926, 000 Treasury 4%s
3 ,000
Registered
1,407, 000 Treasury 3%s
000

1,728! 000
499',660
5, 000

A

J

D

J

118.29 119.1

121, 16 Sale

4 121.16

Nov. 30

115.3

121.16

Nov. 30

120.13

Nov.16 120.13

Nov. 16

120.13

108:12 Sale"

Nov.

120.13

Nov. 16

Sale

116! 11 Sale"

108.12

Nov.

2 110.12

Nov. 28

105.24

Jan.

110.12

Nov. 28

108.22

Nov.

6 109.19

Nov. 13

105.28

Jan.

111

Sale

104.11 Sale

116! 7

114.10

Nov.

4 116.7

Nov. 30

111

Jan.

116.7

Nov. 30

111

Jan.

114.10

Oct.

Nov. 25

112 28

Oct.

114.13

Nov. 25

Nov. 23

114.2

Nov

114.2

Nov. 23

106.17

Nov. 27

119

—

AdlfltAfA/l

8

M

Mar 15 1946-1956

M

169*4"

Sale"

Sale

S

112.14 112.20

13

114:20

Nov. 23 114.2

5 114.1?

109.4

Nov.

4 110.30

Nov. 27

Jan.

110.30

106.17

Jan.

109.7

104.30

Nov.

2 106.19

Nov. 20

102.20

Jan.

106.19

Nov. 20

105.28

Nov. 12 106.3

Nov. 16

103.5

Jan.

106.3

Nov. 16

Sale

106.3

Nov.

2 108.7

Nov. 19

102.29

Jan.

108.7

Nov. 19

114.13

Mar. 20

Sale

l07:30" Nov.*

Sale" 106:4"

J

D

107:28

Sale

J

D

103

Sale

Sale

"

108 3

103.12

...

June

15

1948-43

Mar 15 1941-1943 M

642, 000 Treasury 3%■
Registered
1, 000
756, 000 Treasury 3%«

M

R

21

106 13 Sale

103.1

Registered.

Nov. 13

110 30 Sale

D

Treasury

109.19

104.30 Sale

969, 000 Treasury 3s.......June 15 1946-1948 J

Registered...
3%

Nov.

Jan.

ioOi 109:5

ioo7l7 Sale"

5, 000

112.28
114.2

336, 000 Treasury 3 % a"———J~u ne~151943^1947 J D
J D
Registered..
Treasury 3s........Sept 15 1951-1955 M S
Registered..
2, 000

2,349" 606

635" 000

Nov.

D

Registered jl
Treasury 3%x
D

Sale

D

—Dec 15 1944-1954 J

Registered...
Treasury 4s

115.7

I65?2~5

O

—Oct 15 1943-1945 A O

~ 107:30 108". i

108

To

4

108:17" Nov: " 18

Feb.

Sept. 11

109

Mar.

6

Nov. 14

107.29

Oct.

108.20

Mar.

5

108.29

Nov.

2 109.23

Nov. 18

108

Jan.

109.23

Nov. 18

Nov.

5 109

Nov.

108.2

Feb.

109.6

Sept, 15

106.29

Nov.

2 109

Nov. 19

103.24

Jan.

109

104

Jan.

107.2

Oct.

mio 106.18

Nov.

2

108."17" Nov." 18

103.19

Jan.

108.17

Nov. 18

108.5

Jan.

27 109.25

Nov. 19

108.24

Sale"" 108:29 Sale"

Feb.

Nov. 14 108.10

109

108"

107.19

108.10

Jan.

7 109.5

Sept. 15

109 15 Sale

8

5

loifl" Sale" 106:29 Sale"

108 30 Sale

1,379,000 Treasury 3His.——Dec 15 1949-1952 J D
Registered.
Aug 1 1941 FA
617',000 Treasury 3%a
F A
Registered

104" Sale"

106 J 8 Sale

108 2

108718 Sale"

108.28 Sale

109.19 Sale

1,336,000 Treasury 3%s_...... Apr 15 1944-1946 ....
Registered....
1,000
4,870,000 Treasury 2%8—...Mar 15 1955-1960 M 8
Registered
3,000
Sept 15 1945-1947 MS
2,193,000 Treasury

105.16 Sale—

108.9

Sale

110.14 Sale

108.8

Nov.

Nov. 30

105.12

Jan.

27 110.14

108.21

Nov.

108.21

Nov.

107.12

Feb.

24

100.1

Sale

102 J 9 Sale

104.15 Sale

102.17

Nov.

104.19

Nov. 19

100

Jan.

2 104.19

Nov. 19

100

Sale

104.10 Sale

104.6

Nov.

104.10

Nov. 30

99.31

Jan.

8 104.10

Nov. 30

104.12

Nov. 30

D

J

June 15 1946-1949

Registered...

J

I)

Nov. 19
15

......

...

....

I68.27" Nov." "4

4,959",000

Registered
Treasury 2%s

1—
Sept 15 1956-1959

110.14

Nov"." 19

5

104:16 Sale"

106.18 Sale

M'S

102.18 Sale

104.18 Sale

Yd

ioi:i9 Sale"

103 T"

m's

56174

loYlT Sale"

Vo'lT Nov.""2 162:24 Nov." 19

100.31 Sale

108.21

Nov. 30

Nov.

5

NOV. 30

100.31

Jan.

2 106.19

105.14

Nov.

9

101.7

Jan.

11 105.14

Nov.

104.18

Nov. 30

101.7

Mar. 16 104.18

Nov. 30

101.17

Sale

106.19

Nov.

102.18

Nov.

Nov. 18

100.23

July

17 103.6
Aug. 11 101.12

Nov. 18

101.12

Sale"

Nov.

105.14

R Aft i fitATAfl

10,000
2,469,000 Treasury 2^s.--."Sept"l5" 1948-1951
Registered...............—1951-1954
5,604,000 Treasury 2% a

109.25

100.30

Sept. 25 102.24

Nov. 19

102.20

Jan.

2 103.6

Nov.

9

Aug. 11

Registered
Federal Farm Mortgage Corp—

867,000

3% 9

Mar

15

1944-1964

M S

102.22 Sale

104.17 Sale

105.21 Sale

104.14

16177

103:15

105:2

103:13 Nov."2 lOiTT" Nov."

Nov.

2 106

Nov. 19

Registered

1,472",606
2,000
1,199,000

May 15 1944-1949 M.N

3s

Sale"

27 106

Nov. 19

103.31
Sale

Sale"

Registered

Mar.

19

100.26

Jan.

27 105.4

Nov. 19

6 103.31

Mar.

6

104.18

Jan 15 1942-1947 I

Nov. 17 104.18

Nov. 17

101.12

Jan.

20 104.18

Nov. 17

Nov. 21

101.20

Jan.

27 105.18

Nov. 21

J

101.19 101.26

104.1

Sale

105.14 Sale

104.1

Nov.

Marl 1942-1947 m's

3s

io6:i7 Sale"

102:24

Sale

1644

102,24

Nov"."2" loYe" Nov."27 166:i5 Jan:*24

104.6

Nov. 27

101

103.7

Sale

104.26 Sale

Nov. 19

2 105.18

Registered...

925",000

2%s
Home Owners

Sale"

MtgefCorp—

3,576,000

May 1 1944-1952 M N

3s Series A

2,147", 000

2H* Series B
Registered

Sale

103.5

Nov.

2 104.30

Nov. 19

101.20

Nov.

2 103.10

Nov. 19

2,000
486,000

Aug 1 1939-1949

FA

96:2"! Sale"

99.16

102.29

161:20 Sale" 103:5

Nov. 14 102.29

Nov. 14

101.25

Sale"

I

2H» series G

1942-1944

101.19 101.22 103.2

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 19

4 103.5

100.17

Jan.

104.30

101.5

Registered

Jan.

103.26

Jan.

103.10

Nov. 19

99.27

Feb.

102.29

Nov. 14

99.17

Jan.

103.5

Nov. 19

May

14

FOREIGN GOVT. & MUNICIPALS

Agricultural Mtge Bank (Colombia)—

52,000
46,000
49,000
64,000
83,000
39,000
58,000
115,000
121,000
48,000
54,000
102,000
238,000
258,000
298,000
429,000
252,000
376,000
211,000
94,000
127,000

♦S f 6s Feb 1935 coupon on
1947 F A
♦S f 6s Apr 15 1935 coupon on..1948 A O
Akershus (Dept) extl 5s.........1963 M N

•Antloqula (Dept of) Col 7s A...1945 J
♦External s f 7s ser B........
1945 J
♦External s f 7s ser G..........1945 J

20% Sale
22
20%
99% Sale

9%

Sale

J

9

92
9%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9% Nov.

9

Sale

8»% N<

9%

Sale

9

1945 J

J

9

O

a

series..................1957 A O

♦7s 3d series

Antwerp (City)

...1957 A O

extl loan 5s

External

s

f 6s (State Ry)

AO
J

D

A

O

M S

J

D

M N

..I960 M S

Extl s t 6s (Sanitary Works)...1961 F

A

Public Works ext s f g 6s. .May 1961 M N
Public Works ext s f 5 He

8»/

1958

Argentine Govt public works 6s. 1960
Argentine Nation (Govt of)—
Sinking fund 6s of June 1925..1959
Extl s i g As of Oct 1925........1959
Sinking fund gold 6s ser A....1957
External 1st s f 6s ser B ......1958
Extl a f 6s of May 1926
1960

1962 F

Nov.
2
21% Nov. 19
Nov.
6
21 % Nov. 19
Nov. 30 100—Nov. 2
Nov. 6
10%Novn20
Nov.
9% NovJ23
Nov.
9% NovT 9

9

♦7s 1st series.................1957 A
♦7s 2d

20%
20%
98%
9%
9%

21%
Sale

J
J

♦External ■ f 7s sex D

Sale

A

98 % Sale
98 %

Sale

mil
102

Sale

Sale

Sale

101% 102
102

98%
Sale

Sale

101% Sale
102% Sale
102

Sale

101% Sale
101% Sale
101 % Sale

c

102%
102%
102%
102%
102%
102%
102%
102%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

102

Sale

,

v".




18

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

16
20
19
9
30

Nov. 28
101% Nov. 16 102
101% Nov. 16'102% Nov. 28
101'
Nov. 16 102% Nov.
6
101

,

Nov.

101

Nov.

2 103

Nov. 18

17-102% Nov. 30
101
Nov. 17(102% Nov.
6
101% Nov. 16 102% Nov. 7
101% Nov. 17 102% Nov. 30

'101% Nov. J9102 % Nov.
'101%
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9%
9%
Ji%"Nov.
^8% Nov.
9%
96% Nov. 28
98%
101% Nov. 16 102%

W
Sale

98% Sale

Sale
Sale

"

Sale
Sale

98 %

Sale
98% Sale
98%

9

—

9

17% Jan.

6

17% June

9

96% Sept. 26
2
7% Jan.
8

Jan.

4

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

May
May
May
May
May

9
26
27
26
27

8% Jan.

7

7%
7%
7%
7%

3
2

Jan.

25

1

Jan.

27

94

Jan.
Jan.
Oct.
Oct.

2

Jan

25

Oct.

6

Jan.

97% Feb.

17

Oct.

97%
97%
97%
97%
97%

18 102% Nov. 28
1 102% Nov. 28

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

97% Feb.
97% Feb.

97% Feb.
94% Feb.

4
„

20

6
11 102% Nov.
Nov. 18
11 103

11 102% Nov. 30
6
14 102% Nov.
7
14 102% Nov.
6 102% Nov. 30
8 102%

Nov.

9

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Sales

in

Jan. 2

Ask

Bid

Foreign Government
$
J
J 104 J*
July 15 1955
171,000 Australia 5s of 1925
M S 1043*
External loan 5s of 1927
, 1957
105,000
M V
99
External ft 4He of 1928
1956
352,000
J
J
9234
1957
114,000 Austrian Govt s f 7s
P
A
313*
18,000 ♦Bavaria (FreeState) sxt!6Hs... 1945
M S
1093*
Belgium 25 year external *)*■—1Q4P
106,000
J
J
1082*
External s f At—.——.--1955
206,000
J
P
118
External s f 7s
...........1955
126,000
M C 10024
24,000 Bergen (Norway) extl 5s
1960
28 3*
1950 A O
58,000 ♦Berlin (Germany) s f A)4i—.
I
D
27 3*
♦External sinking fund 4s.....1958
46,000

293,000
691,000
576,000
242,000
65,000
112,000
25,000
35,000
37,000
32,000
89,000
3,000
52,000
9,000
356,000
84,000
35,000
91,000
82,000

T

P

(City) 6H»B 2
1955
ft 4s series, G-2 Apr I960

ftiternal

s

External

«

f

f 6s series

♦Buenos Airs

C-3_.Oct 1960

*(Prov)ref.ext'l s 14s 1961

110

Sale

110

110

Sale

10224
9624
2424
107 2*
10524
11424

Sale

1022*

Sale

10924 Nov.
102 24 Nov.

9624
2424

Sale

96

6 11124
6 11124
2 10324
Nov. 131 98

Sale

2424

Nov.30|

100

1002* 10234

Sale

9324
50
Sale
Sale

Sale

"36"

98

Sale
Sale

11024 Sale
1053* Sale

Sale

115

'

Sale

Nov.

Sale

242* Nov.
352* Nov.

5
4

Sale

31

Nov,

4
2

253*
2424
4234
3524
352*
3624
1042*
1043*
10524

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

34 24

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
10324 103
Sale
1052* Sale

O

342* Sale
3634 Sale
10324 Sale

"9534

11* 70

103

Nov. 23

103

Nov. 24

1042* Nov.

5

Nov,

6

30

8

55

Sale

Sale

A

5534

Sale

Sale

Sale

A

1976
1975

4)48-424®
4^-49* $ bonds
3% external s f $ bonds...
Bulgaria (Kingdom of)—
Extl readjust

Extl

s

f

a*
7424

Sale

78

Sale

752* Nov,

J

Sale

582*

Sale

56

19

Sale

172* Nov.
172* Nov.

off--..-—1967
off
1968

J

♦S f 7s July coupon

♦S f 724s May coupon

13

M N

Sale
Sale
Sale

"4334

.

Costa

Rica

1952

5s

*'53
7s.—.—1942

(Republic)—

D

J

93

M N

8724

J

J

75

M N

♦7s Nov 11932coupon on——.1951
100.000
M 8
7,000 Cuba (Rep of) 5s of 1944 .......1944 F A
5s ext debt Ser A of 1914....—1949
219,000
F A
4 )4« external loan———-1949
13,000
J
30-year a f 5)4>---—
1953 J D
40,000

♦Public Works 5)4«—June 30 1945
1,334,000
119,000 Czechoslovak (Rep of) extl 8s.-.1951
Sink fd 8s ser B
1952
77,000

A

A

33

992*
9824

J

.

1941 j"
1949

External s f 7s stamped
7s

International—
534* stamped

D

J

D

♦35-year
1965
502,000
♦534s unstamped...
1965
80,000
AO
245,000 ♦German Republic 7s stamped..1949
♦7s unstamped.....——1949
6,000
German Prov & Communal Bkt—
J
O
♦(Cons Aftric Loan) 4)4a aer A.1958
61,000
M N

1964
11,000 ♦Greek Govt secured 7s
♦78 part paid
—1964 F~
6,000
♦S f secured 6s............— <968
33,000
♦6s part paid.————---1968
21,000
of) 6s series A..
1952
4s
1946
♦Heidelberg (City) extl a f 7)4*. -1950
Helslnftfors (City) ext 4)4*
1960
Hungarian Cons Municipal Loan—
♦724s unmatured coupons on..1945
27,000
♦7s unmatured coupons on
1946
14,000
3,000 ♦Hungarian Land M.ga 7)4* A..1961
•S f 7)4s series B...———...1961
3-,000
Haiti (Rep

♦Hamburg (State)




Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

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Sale

13
122*
1124
50

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19
20

18
Sale

89
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30.

A

A

O

A

O

J
A

J
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30

4224
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942*
9024
2624 Sale
2324
2424
10424
...

M N

27

M N

27

14 24
im

Sale

Sale

152* Sale
152* Sale

1424
1424
1424

Sale

16

13 24
13 24

Sale

13 24

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1424

142*
Sale

Sale

1324 Sale
1224 Sale
50
482*
50..
Sale

"24"
212*
212*
202*

Sale
Sale
24

21

Sale

202*
9824 Sale
9524 Sale
893* Sale

a31
16
•

16

Sale

Sale

152* Sale
1524
16
13 24 Sale
13 24 Sale
1324 Sale
14

1224
4624

34
35

Sale

14
49

19

19

2724
2224
22

2124

18
12
13
14

95

95

1012*

3824 Jan.

2324

2424

222* Sale
222* Sale
2024
22
20 24 Sale
2024
22
9924 Sale
9724 Sale
92
Sale

14
17

25

July

95

Jan.

102

Nov. 19

93

Jan.

101

Nov. 24

9224 Jan.

101

Nov. 25

Nov. 23

13

13

19

9
w

9

11124
11524
10124
1042*

8824 Nov. 14
8024 Nov. 30

Jan.
Jan.

70
55

80

5524 Jan
58
Apr.
5724 Feb.
5924 May

78

2
14

19

2024 Nov. 27

Nov. 30
Nov. 20

44

Nov.

Nov.

322* Nov. 30

Nov.

29

Nov.

W*

1424 Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 20

Oct.

2

36

Sept. 21
2
3924 Oct.
1624 Nov. 13

Nov. 30

3624
1624
1624
1624
1624
1624
1624
1624
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13 24
132*

5
9

Nov. 30

Sept. 21
4224 Sept. 21

2

Nov.

Sept.
Sept.

48

Nov. 20

40

30

Nov. 23

1122*
1162*
10124
1042*

Nov. 10

Nov.

Nov. 30

582* Oct.
Jan.
Jan.

2

Nov.

7324 Nov. 30
752* Nov. 21
752* Nov. 14

Nov. 19

Nov.

1424
1424
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1424
1424
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Nov. 9
Feb. 27
8
30
18
28
30
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16
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13

July
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
13
13
13
13
13

1624 Nov. 13
1624 Nov. 13
Nov. 13
Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 13

Nov. 27

Sept. 10

14

Nov. 30

Nov. 30

13

Nov. 18

Nov. 18

4724 Nov.

9

Sept. 18
July 21

2424 Nov.

5

50

2424

Sale

232*
10124

Sale
Sale

r9924
10034
553*
9624

9724
Sale
1022* 10124
61
Sale
Sale
98
101
Sale

nl05

101

Sale

98

Sale
1013* Sale
992* Sale

105

97

10524

4824

74
74

Sale
'

23 24

2324 Nov. 27
5

Mar.

21
21

Nov.
Nov.

202*
2024
2024
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952*

19

87

Nov. 25

92

8
5

17

Nov.
4
21
9
Nov.
Nov. 12
Nov. 30 22
9
Nov. 25 2124 Nov.
Nov. 2 10024 Nov. 18
Nov. 2 983* Nov. 17

5

May
May
Jan.

3

19

232* Nov. 13
232* Nov. 13

1724
1724
9224
8824

Nov. 30

21
10
3
16
7024 June
3

tfov.30

23

3

2524 Feb. 11
2524 Jan. 23
21H Oct. 22
22
Aug.
3
2124 Nov.
9
10024 Nov. 1«
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Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Sale
Sale

30

1012*
982*

Sale
Sale

101

Sale
Sale
Sale

1 Nov.
10224 Nov.
23

99

96
100

6

25

Jan.

Nov. 24
Nov. 27
7 e9724 Nov. 27
Nov.
Nov. 14 10124 Nov. 25

92

Nov. 30

612* Nov. 13

,

Sale

372* Jan.
90
July
89
July

6 zl03

7 101

2

55

Nov.

94

Nov. 13 101
2 101
Nov.

97

Nov. 23

Nov. 23

1042* Nov. 24 10524 Nov. 6
6
1002* Nov. 25 10224 Nov.
9824 Nov. 25 10024 Nov. 12

9824 Sale
15
18
1042* Sale

2224
2224
2224

26
25
Sale

25

Jan.

103)4
61 )*
105)4
10524

44

Nov. 25

46

Nov.

37

June

75
74
74

Nov.

71
23 24

2f24

722* Nov. 9
72
Nov. 24
72
Nov. 24
252* Nov. 21

6624
6124
612*
2124

Aug. 10
May
6
May
7
June
3

71

Nov.

65

72
Sale

69

252* Nov. 21

2
Nov,
Nov, 131

252* Sale
24

Sale

3024 Sale
2624 Sale

242*
232*
3024
2624

27
24
30
30

2724 Nov. 27
32
Nov. 13
322* Nov. 2
2724 Nov. 19
26
Nov. 4

99
Sale
9824
232*
232*
1624
1924 fl524
1053* 10524 1042*

2224 Sale
22 24
25
223*
222*
27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

35
30

223* Nov. 27
2324 Nov. 12
23
Nov.
2

2324 Nov. 19

25

4

Jan.
Oct.

3

8
3
2
3024 Feb. 21

78
78

Sept.
Sept.

Mar. 26

109

May 16

Sept.12

27

May
12224 Oct.
11624 Oct.

Jan.

22

183

18

130

Feb.

7824 Sept.

70
97

4124 Feb.
93
105

48 V\

Feb.

27

17224 Jan. 25
190
July
2
18224 June 26

Nov.

12224 Nov.

Nov. 4
Nov.
9
Nov. 10
Nov.
6

272* May 28

4524 Jan.

9

212* Aug. 11

2924 Nov.

Nov. 2 100
Nov. 27 2424
Nov. 5 162*
Nov. 2 10524

Feb.

292* Aug. 17
29
Feb.
4
3924 Jan. 23
34
Jan. 24

242* Nov. 10
332* Nov. 19
28
Nov. 16

35

24

2224 May 15
20
May 20
2924 May 22
25
June
2

262* Nov. 19

30

17

Nov. 13

3 10624 Jan.
8
10024 Aug. 27 10224 Jan.
7
932* Feb.
5 10024 Nov. 12

732*
7424
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Oct.

Feb.

1042* Feb.

45

Sale
322* .29
322*
33
2524
35
322* Sale
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33
2524
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24

Nov.
Jan.

100

73

Sale

2524 Sale
24 2* Sale
32
Sale
2624
31

99

92

43

9624 Sale

1053*
2434

342* Mar. 4
10424 Sept. 29
101
July
3
9724 Nov. 27

992* Jan.

Nov.

5
70
Nov,
97
Nov, 18
96
9624
2 10724 Nov, 18
1052* Nov,
10624 Sale
2
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2424 23 24 Nov, 27! 2424 Nov,
2324
6137
Nov 13
125 3* Nov,
128
134
1252* 130
2 12324 Nov, 14
118
11824 Nov.
11824 122
6 140
Nov, 18
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12424
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123

69

23

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2

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'8

109

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Sept. 24
9

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75

35

28

Sale

46

4424 Sale
28
3524
32
2524
2424
26
21
2524

28

Sale

142*

5
4

Nov. 23

102

Sale
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6724
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283* Sale
2624
2824
38
3934

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10924 Nov.
11424 Nov.
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322* Sale

35*

45

17724

J

Sale

40

202* Sale
11024 Sale
11524 Sale
10124 Sale
103 24 Sale
4224
49
28
3724

100

■

101"

1949

unstamped

German Gov't

For footnotes,

Sale
36
Sale
Sale

91

10524
144,000 Denmark 20-yr external gold 4s .1942
10124
External ft 5V^s—...........—1955
143,000
9324
External ft 4)4«———
—19^
399,000
Deutsche Bank Am part ctfs 4s . 1932
M S
♦♦Stamped extd to Sept 1 1935
7,000
M 8
6424
61,000 Dominican Republics f 5)4*——-1942 A O
61
1st ser 5)4* of 1924
1940
12,000
A O
63
2d series slnklnft fund 5>x8_-._1940
30,000
MN
28
♦Dresden (City) extl a f 7s
1945
2,000
El Salvador (Rep) lat s f 8a A...1948
42
♦Certificates of deposit...—.
10,000
J
I
93
26,000 Estonia (Republic) 7s.. ....... .1967 M S
1945 M N 107
32,000 Finland (Rep of) externals
♦Frankfort (City ~f) s f 44a
1953 J D 26
24,000
1723*
148,000 French Republic 7J4s stamped..1941

unstamped.;

10924 Sale
11434 Sale
100 3* Sale
102 24 Sale
50
3924

*9524
9824 100
3724 Sale
O al 00 24 Sale
O 10024 102

J

7)4s

20

1724

1334

1063*
197,000 Canada (Dom) Gold 4s..........I960
30-year gold 5s........ ...
1952 M N 11224
137,000
F A
9624
10-year 2^8
Aug 15 1945
145,000
25-year 33*8
1961 J. J
218,000
J
*35"
1954
2,000 •Carlsbad iCity) s f 8s
M S
36 34
1950
14,000 ♦Cent Agrlc Bank (Ger) 7s
♦ Farm Loan s f 6s
33 34
1960 J
^40,000
A O
33 34
♦
Farm loan s f 6s ..—....... i960
139,000
♦ "arm loan 6s series A
36 34
.1938
58,000
MN
15
1942
156,000 ♦Chile Republic exts f g 7s
132*
♦External sinking fund ft 6s
1960 A O
536,000
F
4
14 34
♦External a f gold 4s.....Feb 1961
295,000
J
132*
♦Ry ref extl 8 f ft 6s...
Jan 1961 M S
347,000
14
♦Extl s f 6s Int ctfs
Sept 1961
305,000
M 8
132*
♦Extl slnklnft fund 6s
1962
110,000
M N
14
♦External slnklnft fund 6s
.1963
357,000
1234
195? J D
111,000 ♦Chile Mtfte Bank of gu s f 434*
J D
13
♦Guar s f gold 6 )*•—..........1961
99,000
1234
♦Guaranteed a f gold 6s.
1961 A O
112,000
M N
1234
♦Guaranteed sinking fund 6s.. 1962
113,000
M S
1124
♦Cbllean Munlc Loan 7s ...
1Q60
57,000
1951 J D 42
4,000 ♦Chinese Hukuang Ry 5s
♦5s Coupon No. 38—
1951
M
8
2734
27,000 ♦Cologne (Germany) a f 6)4*----1950
Columbia (Republic of)—
A O
2024
♦6s April 1 1935 coupon onOct 1961
402,000
J
J
2024
♦os Jan 1 1935 coupon on.Jan 1961
260,000
A O
1624
•Colombia Mtfte Bank 6)4*
1947
13,000
MN
1624
♦Slnklnft fund 7s of 1926
1946
10,000
F A
♦ Slnklnft fund 7s of 1927
1624
1947
4,000

182*

Sale

O

A

191,000 Copenhagen external
Gold 4H»
157,000
70,000 Cordoba (Prov) Arften

74

75
Sale

J

92,000

7624

A
O

MN

1984

25,000

79

7124 Nov
7324 Nov,

1012*

Nov. 16
Nov. 16

2024 Nov. 27

Nov, 13
2
7624 Nov,
792* Nov, 25

8024 Sale
8024- 85

Sale

8

105

9
6
6
18
10
23
30
16
16

Jan.
2 11124
Jan.
2 11124
Feb. 11 10324
May
9 100
June
3 32
Aug. 21 11024
May 15 10924
Mar. 14 1182*
Oct. 16 10224
May 23 2824
May 26 2724
Jan.
3 4224
352*
Jan.
Jan.
352*
3624
Jan.
Jan.
1042*
Jan.
1043*
Feb.
10524

3224 Nov. 13
.02
Nov. 19
.01
Nov. 24
.01
Nov. 25
8824 Nov. 14
8024 Nov. 30
80
Nov. 2
7324 Nov. 30
752* Nov. 21
753* Nov. 14
78
Nov. 30
582* Nov. 18

85

80

F

..........—

4

2724
10024 Nov, 23
10124 10024 Sale
99
10024
10224 9924 Nov, 19
6
Sale
992* Nov,
992*

3734
Sale

M

♦Stamped

52,000
25,000
16,000
17,000

312* Nov.
3024 Nov.

32

30

♦6}*s stamped
—1961
M
Readjustment 4)*-4)*s——..1977
Refunding s f 4\i-4Vx%
1976 F

6,000
27,000
42,000

25

25

Sale

98
93

2 1162* Nov.
102

Sale

3524

Nov. 10

5

Sale

10334 107

Nov. 10

25

4

42

Sale

31!

Sale

11424 Nov.
9924 Nov.

10424
\04)*
982*
9024
2224

Nov. 16
Nov. 16
Nov. 4

107 2* Nov.
2 11024 Nov.
105
Nov. 24 107 2* Nov.

Sale"

25
Sale

2724

Nov.

Nov.

25

Sale

2524

Sale

95

O

Sale Prices

Sale

95

A

Sale Prices

110

22

M S

Highest

Sale Prices

1103* Sale

2124

A

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale

2234

1935 coupon on. —196">

♦6s June 1
Buenos Aires

Highest

Sale

27

8 of) external 8s
1941 A
O
♦Ext s f ft 4W« of 1924
.....1957
♦Extl s f 4Hs of 1927
1957 A P
1
D
♦Cent Ry 30-year ft 7s
.....1952
V
Brisbane (City) s f 5s_...„„—.1957
F A
Slnklnft fund gold 5s .........1958
20-year s f 6s
-1950 J D
Budapest (City of)—

♦Brazil (U

Ask Bid

Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

STOCK EXCHANGE

N. Y.

Value

!|

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS

November

19

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Y. STOCK

Nov. 16

Nov. 19
Nov. 25
Nov. 27

2424 Nov. 13
2424 Nov. 13
23
Nov.
2
23 24 Nov. 19

Jan.

18

2524 Jan.

4

Jan.

8

30
26

932* Jan. 10 100
1924 June
5 2624
1524 Nov. 5 2424
104
July 29 110
17

May 26
1824 Aug. 11
1724 June
2
162* June
8

7

Nov.
9
372* May 20
312* May 14
2924 Nov.
9
35

30
322*
252*
26

Nov. 16
Feb. 28
Mar. 4
Mar. 3

Jan. 22
Jan.
3
Feb. 11
Mar.
5

v''-

30
Sales

N. Y. STOCK

in

Price

BONDS

November
Value

H.

$
49,000
8,000
432,000
1,000
115,000
81,000
237,000
345,000

FORRiriN nnv i

1930

r,ma*d'x

Bid

♦Hungary (Klngof) 7ft sFeb.op.onl 944
Irish Free State eirernal 4a
Italy

eiternal

sec s

Japanese Got extl

s

s

Ask

I'M

173,000
199,000
465,000
243,000
358,000

Sale

99

Sale

coupons on

89 ft

25ft
31

.1950 J
1954

D

I

D

1943

Sale

26ft
32ft

100 ft 102

7ft

4ft

~j

Q

Q

.........

1954
Assenting 4a of 1904
♦Assenting 4s of 1910 large...
♦
Assenting 4s of 1910 small...
♦♦Preaa 4s of '13 assent (large) 1933
•♦Small

Sale
6ft
9ft
lift

D

♦

8ft

....

4ft
4

4ft
5ft
5ft

I

J

6

A

O

53

Sale

14ft
14 ft
46ft
41ft

15ft
Sale

9

„

59,000
53,000

New South Wales ext

External

s

s

f

g 5a

f g 5s

1958

8

VI

1959

VI

1952

J

S

D

1959 MN
195v

43ft

8

O

102ft

94,000
♦6s Judo coupon off
219,000
♦78 May coupon off
105,000
♦7s June coupon off.
75,000
182,000 Rome (City) external s f 6fts
18,000 Rotterdam (City) ext s f 6s
143,000

•

f6a

♦8s May coupon off

♦6fts May

coupon

off

9ft

Sale

5

■

6

fit ..9M
5ft
6

8ft
8ft
5ft

5ft
9ft
Sale
5ft
.....

5ft
5ft
5ft
6ft

Sale
Sale
Sale
7ft

67 ft

69ft

6ft
Sale
Sale
10 ft Sale
5ft
5ft
5ft

17 ft
17 ft

Sale
Sale
Sale

60 ft

Sale

V

O

F

A

M S

f 6s

...

Venetian Prov

Mtg Bank 7s
Vienna (City of)—

^16,000
96,000

51,000

Sale

14ft

14ft
100
28 ft
28

80

75

Nov,
99ft Nov.

77

Nov.

Sale

74

Sale

70

60 ft

Sale

58 ft

Sale

55

19

22

106

14 ft

12 ft

15

17 ft

103

90 ft
24

21ft
18 ft
Sale
29 ft

24

Sale

23 ft
„

95
23 ft
23 ft

20ft
Sale

24 ft
24

For footnotes, see page 30.




Oct.

July

30

27

Jan.

31

86 ft Feb.
82 ft Jan.

29

2

104

Nov. 10

67

Jan.3

58

Jan.

Jan.

15ft
14 ft
12 ft
12ft

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

19 ft Nov. 13
17 ft Nov. 17
14 ft Nov. 20

12ft Jan.
13ft Aug.
10

June

10

June

57

Nov. 23

37

June

Nov. 23

14 ft Nov. 20
59 ft Nov. 12
75
Nov. 17

44

June

Nov. 16

60 ft Nov.

2

40

June

23 ft Nov. 19

16

Jan.

21ft Nov. 21

15

97
Nov. 20
24 ft Nov. 13
24 ft Nov. 13

90 ft Nov.

Jan.
7
2
May 19
May 19

2

23 ft Nov. 28
23 ft Nov. 28

18
18

,

24
18 ft

24 ft
17

Sale

18ft
19

70 ft
.....

28
21ft
20ft
Sale
120

Sale

29ft

113

Nov. 14 114

Nov.

6

24 ft Nov. 19
19 ft Nov. 18

15

Jan.

2

24ft Nov. 19

14

Jan.

2

Am Nov. 18

Jan.
Jan.

5

30ft Nov. 14
21ft Nov. 17
23 ft Nov. 18

16
14

Nov.
Nov.

4

24

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 17

15

Nov. 30 71ft Nov.
6
Nov. 12
Nov. 25 120

110

Jan.
June 26

Sale

24 ft

25

24 ft Nov. 16

25 ft Nov.

6

22ft Jan.

Sale

25^

30

25ft Nov.

4

29

5

25

15

17

12ft

15ft

18
17

1962

1964 M N
O

33ft
30

25

27 ft

23 ft
23 ft

Sale

25 ft

Sale

71

Sale

25 ft
50 ft

Sale

30

50 ft
163 ft

A
A

Sale
Sale
Sale
17ft
18
89 ft Sale
27ft

36

29 ft

22 ft
19 ft

132 ft
96

102
82

Sale
83

73 ft

Sa le
80ft Sale

39ft

91
103 ft

77
73 ft

76
101

100

41ft

37 ft

Sale

38

Sale

59
58

69\i
85 ft

94 ft
71
Sale

33ft
29
Sale
Sale
52
39ft
Sale
-----

Sale
Sale

74
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

58ft Sale
90

53ft 1.—
92 ft

23ft
Sale

90 ft
45

81ft

93 ft
51ft
Sale

24ft

34ft
32 ft
26ft

Nov.

24

54ft Jan.

26

28

Mar. 21

Nov.

9

23 ft Nov. 19

17 ft July

17 ft Nov.

4

21ft Nov. 17

14ft Jan.

29ft Nov.
22 ft Nov.
19 ft Nov.

7
2
2

34ft Nov. 21

22ft Jan.
16ft Jan.
15ft Jan.

4

20

32

Nov. 20

26 ft
24

Nov. 16

38

Jan.

11

30ft Nov. 14
21ft Nov. 17
23 ft Nov. 18

14ft Jan.

25ft

20 ft

6

2

Nov.

30

20

8

18ft Nov. 14

.....

18

Nov.

14

19
21
11
1-1
14

15

25

3251

Jan.

23 ft Nov.
21ft Nov.
101ft Jan.
29 ft Jan
28 ft Jan

28
28
29
14

Sale

J

32

96
6

Mar. 20

Jan
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

Sale

Sale

14 ft Sale
81ft Sale

19
16 ft
16ft
80ft
111ft

24 ft June 24

29ft
30ft 27
20 ft Sale
17
20
22 ft
19 ft
18ft
20
22ft
68 ft Sale
68 ft
114ft 112ft

21

2

19ft Nov. 13

28ft Nov. 13

24

•

23
3

2

28 ft Nov.

A

20

Mar.

6 113 ft Sept.

Sale

23

90ft Mar.
81

3 114

Sale
Sale

Sale

14 106ft Oct.
2

18

Nov. 13

Jan.

28ft

16 ft

15

100

72 ft Nov.

20 ft Nov.
18 ft Nov.

Nov. 17

104

Jan.

113

Sale

14 ft
15

22 ft
16 ft

101ft

Jan.

May
July
Apr.
July

109

114

28 ft

D

J

104 ft Jan. 30
103 ft Nov. 10

May
July

Nov. 17

4

61ft Nov. 27

113

/

1957 A

Oct.

Nov. 13
Nov.

Nov. 25

105 ft Nov. 10
Nov. 30
110
108 ft Nov. 28

Sept.

Nov.

2
2
2
2

80

Nov. 25

22ft Nov. 21

105ft Aug. 11

78

6

Nov. 19

109

M N

1946 F
1955 F

6 106

6

62

90ft Nov.

June 20

110ft 113ft 113ft 113ft 112ft Nov. 14 113ft Nov. 13

I96>

K

19

105ft Nov.

77

Nov. 17

Mar.

6

100

Sale

8

Mar.

9

99 ft

3

43

Nov.

Feb.

16

8

23

83

71

Sale

May

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

7

65

Nov.

12 ft
55

Sale

Oct..

Feb.

8

Nov. 13
.

Feb.

4
2

81

75

Feb.

7

Mar.

4

Sale

Sale

120

Oct.

102
Nov. 23
103 ft Nov. 10
101ft Nov. 17
102 ft Nov.
7
24 ft Nov. 18

Nov.

Feb.

15

7ft
7ft
.74
10 ft
lift

Oct.

15ft Jan.
14ft Jan.

81

1961

15

Oct.

47

Sale

76ft

5

Nov. 25

Nov. 25

Nov.

O

56 ft

Feb.

Jan.

9

65

24

A

110

Nov.

22ft Nov. 21

102ft Nov.

19ft
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

110ft
108ft 110
35 ft
45

9

50

Sale

19ft
16 ft
13 ft
13 ft
57 ft

110

June

lift Npv. 19

23

26 101

10ft Jan.
7ft Oct.
7ft May

5
12
13
13
17

24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
61ft

Sale
28 ft

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

25

15 ft

17

9

Nov. 13

Nov

100

13ft
16ft
Sale

Sale

4ft
6ft
6ft
6ft
10 ft

Nov.

Nov.
~ Nov,

102ft Nov.

82ft
70

Sale
109ft Sale

9

101

75ft
64 ft

78 ft

Nov. 19

9ft Nov.

Nov.

105 ft

12

10"

Nov.

Sale

12ft
14ft
12 ft

24
8

69

4

85
Sale

Sale

94

IP

71ft
67 ft

67

58

8

Jan.

106

Sale

106
65 ft

Feb.

106

194<

O

eoit:::::

7
10
12
12

Nov. 23

66

62

4

6ft Nov. 13

104ft Nov.

Sale
Sale

D

22ft
Sale

Mar.

Sale

18 ft

1967 J

22

21ft

10 h

Sale

15 ft

1952 A

Sale

7ft Jan.

110

Sale

68 Unmatured coupons on....1952
M N
Warsaw (City) external 7s.......1958 f
m
e f 4s
1961 I
O

Yokohama (City) extl

7

Nov.

10

23

95ft Oct.

105

Sale

Taiwan Blec Pow 5ft s
1971 J
J
42,000
1952 M S
6,000 Tokyo City loan of 1912 5s..
External s f 5fts guar
1961 A O
83,000
31,000 Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5fts..1957 M N
131,000 ♦Uruguay (Rep) external s f 8s..1946 F A
♦Ext s f 6s
1960 M N
511,000
s

8

2

Oct.

31ft Jan.

2

Nov.

108ft 111
101ft Sale
101ft Sale
102 ft Sale
102ft Sale
Sale
100
100 ft Sale
102 ft 102 ft 102 ft

15

1964 M N

66

Sale

14

Styria (Province of)—

♦Exter

4

35

10 ft Nov. 12

61ft Nov. 27

A

♦7s Nov 1 1935 coupon on
163,000
94,000 Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7s..1958 J D
12,000 •Sileslan Landowners Aasn 6s...1947 F A
45,000 Solasons (City) ext 15 yr 6s......1936 MN

107,000

5ft Nov.
5ft Nov.

Jan.

3

22ft Aug. 11

105 ft Nov. 17
105 ft Nov. l6
110
Nov. 30
108 ft Nov. 28

O

♦♦8s July coupon off.... ......1936 J

s

7

Nov. 13
4ft Nov. 5
4
5ft Nov.

Feb.

7

60 ft Nov.

F

July coupon off.........
1950 J
J
♦7s September coupon ftff.....l956 M S
♦6s July coupon off...........1968 J
J
Sec s I g 7s
1940 A O

off
f g 5 fts

Nov.

9

Nov. 13

104 ft Nov.

75

...

coupon

"8ft Nov.''"5

5
Nov. 10
Nov. 24

25ft Nov.

2 fllOO

9ft Nov. 16
5ft Nov. '4

9

29

5

ft Sale

Sale

♦8s

♦7s February
2,000
25,000 Sydney (City)

2

Nov. 12

104

O

.......1952 M N
1957 MN

♦88 Nov 1 1935 coupons on

Nov.

Nov.

104 ft alOO

:::: "4ft

VI N

A

1945
1,000 ♦Saxon State Mtge Inst 7se.
♦SF g 6fts
Dec 1946
19,000
Serbs Croats & Slovenes (Kingdom)—

156,000

9

96 ft

81ft

San Paulo (State of)—

21,000
164,000
69,000
140,000
207.000

25

Sale

Sao Paulo (City of)—

30,000
102,000

83
June 27
3
77
June 22
6 100ft Aug. 27
7 89ft Jan.
4

Sale

1953

1953

51ft Jan.
91ft Apr.
78
Apr.

26 ft

Sale

Roumania (Kingdom of. Monopolies)
♦7s August coupon off...
1959 F

6,000 ♦Saarbruecken (City)

53

Nov.

25 ft Nov. 16

8

M

.....1946 A

off

Nov. 18

40

24

95.0001

coupon

Nov.

82

97
81
67 ft Nov. 24
70
99
Nov.
2 100
84 ft Nov.
2 86 ft

30

Sale

♦7fts July coupon off
1966 I
J
27,000 Prague (Greater City) 7 fts
.1952 MN
58.000 ♦Prussia (Free State) ext sf 6ft..1951 M S
♦S f gold 6s
1952 A O

♦6fts August

Sale

5

24ft

106 ft

Sale
M
A

38,000

♦8s April coupon off

Sale

2
5

40

102 ft
Sale

♦7s September coupon off.....1947 VI S
116.00C
171,000 ♦Peru (Rep) Sec s f g 7s..
1959 M S
♦National loan ext s f 6a
1960 J
782,000
D
♦National loan ext a f 6s...... 1961
432,000
1940
67,000 Poland (Rep of) g 6s
StabiUs loan 7s of '27. Oct 15 1947
179,000
External s f 8s
..1950
222,000
Porto Alegre (City of)—
♦8s June coupon off
.1961 I D
17,000

Rio Grande do Sul (State of)—
♦88 April coupon off

67 ft
99 ft

Nov.

Sale

9ft
5ft

Sale Prices

Nov.
Nov.

85

al00

Sale Prices

38
Jan.
3
51ft Sept. 23
112ft May 28 115
Jan. 13
60ft
10
OVX4 Jan.
87ft July
1
9 100
83ft Jan.
June 19

97

28

25 ft

Highest

80

79

Sale

104 ft 105
104 ft 105
106
Sale

Pernambuco (State of)—

103,000

Sale Prices

Sale

107

5,000 Panama (Rep) external 5 fts
1953 J D
♦Extl s f 5s set A
12,000
May 15 1963 M N
♦Stamped (assented).........
224,000

45,000 Queensland (State of) ext a f 7s..1941
25-year extl s f 6s
Feb 15 1947
34,000
10,000 ♦Rhlne.Maln-Danube deb7s ser A1950
Rio de Janeiro (City of)—

Sale Prices

84 ft

62

Sale

1958

85,000 Norway 29-year ext s f 6a.Aug IS 1943
20-year external s f 6a
Aug 15 1944
139,000
External « f 5*
Mar (5 1943
420,000
Extl sinking fund 4ft s
225.000
1956
External sink fund 4ft s
636.001
1965
Municipal Bank ext s f 5s
1970
7,000
20,000 ♦Nuremberg (City) external 6a.. 1952
130,000 Oriental Development 6s
1953
External deb 5 fts
47,000
...1958
204,000 Oslo (City) 4fts extl sink fund..1955

321,000

1

Lowest

49 ft Nov.
6 50 ft Nov. 10
Nov. 13
113ft Nov. 13 113

8ft Nov. 12

Mlnas Geraes (State of, Brazil)—

♦6ft s September coupon off
89,000
♦6 fts September coupon off
47,00(
27,000 ♦Montevideo (City) 7s
♦6s series A
3,000

113

.....

9

Highest

27

J

1954 J

1904

129,000 Milan City (Italy) ext loan 6fts--1952

.

"81"

—1954

1 6 fts

♦Assenting 5s large
♦Assenting 5s small..

96 ft
80

1952

f ft 7s

♦Mexlco(U Slexternai 5s of |HQ9f 1945 QJ
1945
♦Assenting 5s of 1899...

♦4s of

82

Sale

96ft
80
70

64,000 ♦MedelHn (Colombia) 6His....
68,000 ♦Mexican Irrig Assenting if 4H»

55,000
11,000
6,000

Sale

120
Sale

8

Lower Austria (Province of)—

82", 000

81ft

Ask

50 ft

49

114

g

Extl sinking fund 5^1—.....1965 M N
Jugoslavia (State Mtfte Bank)—

♦7fta Unmatured

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

46

113

1947 M

♦7s Unmatured coupons on... 1957
32,000
12,000 ♦Leipzig (City) external s f g 7s. 1947

2,000

Bid

A 1937 M

ser

f 7s series B

Italian Public Utility

Nov. 2

36 ft
38
111
115
63 ft Sale

|9«iA

f 7a

•

Italian Cred Consortium 7s

External

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Jan. 2

STOCK EXCHANGE

Y.

EXCHANGE-BONDS

2
9

Nov. 17

81ft July
122ft Feb.

3
18

28ft Aug

20

30

Aug. 2P

23 ft Nov. 19
21ft Nov. 17
34 ft Nov. 21
32
Nov. 20
26 ft Nov. 16
24
Nov. 18

23

Sale

17

Nov.

Nov. 18

14

89

Sale

88

Nov. 23

90

Nov. 13

81ft Jan.

90ft Jan.

18

28

Nov.

£0

28

Nov. 20

35

27

Nov. 28

28

Nov.

25 ft May 26
25 ft June 16

7
14

25
23 ft
23 ft
49 ft

30 ft

28 ft

24 ft
Sale
Sale

35

23 ft Nov. 28
23 ft Nov. 30
48 ft Nov. 27
34 ft Nov. 16

125ft Nov.

89ft
95
105 ft Sale

75ft Sale
72
74 ft
76 ft
100 ft

Sale
Sale

59

Sale

59 ft

Sale

59
70

Sale

89
49

6

27 ft Nov. 12
26 ft Nov. 13

51ft Nov. 5
35 ft Nov. 19

6 133

Nov.

2

90ft Nov. 25 90ft Nov. 25
103ft Nov. 2 106 ft Nov. 13

75ft Nov.

77 ft Nov.

74

Nov.

75

76

Nov.

78 ft Nov.

100ft Nov.
58
Nov.
57 ft Nov.
57 ft Nov.

2

Nov. 16

9

101ft Nov. 18
59 ft Nov. 10

66

Nov. 10
Nov. 12

90ft
Sale

Aug.

8

22 ft Au„.
-1
33
June 26

33

Mar. r:

123 ft Oct.

Jan.

32ft Jan.
29ft Jan.
29
Jan.
75
Feb.
51ft Jan.

13 166

Feb.

20
20
11

13
4

90ft Nov. 25 95ft Aug 14
100ft Jan. 28 106ft Nov. 13
73 ft June
68 ft Apr.
73 ft Apr.

99ft Sept.
39ft Jan.
37 ft Jan.
37ft Jan.

83

76ft
82ft
102ft
59ft

Feb.

15

Feb.
Feb.
July
Nov.

25
14
16
10

90ft Nov. 4
48ft Nov. 27
81ft Nov. 30

60

Nov. 10

53ft Feb.

60

90

81ft Sale

23

Jan.

60
74

Nov. 12
June 26

97

92

Nov. 12

89 ft May

51

Nov. 18

33 ft

83 ft Nov,

6

78

16
June 27
Apr.
7

Sept. 21
71ft Jan.
8
89

Feb.

8

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N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1936]
Sales in

EXCHANGE

Y. STOCK

N.

Value

Jan. 2

2,268,000 ♦{♦Abltlbi Pow
118,000
152,000

2,000
4,000

"8",000
21,000
34,000
677,000

-

1,048,000
146,000

2,604,000
17,000
36,000
90,000
797,000

41

8

98

9854

97)4

98K

m

1911

J

D

——1946

F

A

7a..—1953
AlaGt Sou 1st cons 5s aec A....—1943
First cons 4s series B
1943
♦Albany Perfrated Wrap Paper 6s 1948
♦6s with warrants assented...1948
Albany & Suiq 1st guar 3)fs. ...1946
Allegheny Corp coll tr cony Is.. 1944
Collateral and convertible 5a..1949
♦Collateral & convertible 5s... 1950
♦5s stamped
..............1950
Allegb & West 1st g gu 4s
1998
Alleg Valley gen gu 4s
—1943
Allied Stores Corp deb 4)4*——.1950
Allls-Chalmers Mfg conv deb 4s.. 1945

a

O

J

D

J

D

a

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108)4 109)4
103
103 H
51 54
56

f

Sale
87)4 Sale
78
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a

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a

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Sale

f90)4
109)4

8

m

99)4 100

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11854

MN

89)4 92
66)4 Sale
7054 Sale

S

3.000 ♦Alpine Montan Steel 7s......—1955
Amer & Foreign Power deb 5s—2030 M S
..1953 J D
185,000 American Ice s f deb 5s
..1949 MN
270,000 American I G Chemical BH*
146,000 Amer Internet Corp conv 0Hs—1949 J J
1945 MN
2,885.000 Aoier Roll Mill conv deb 4)4s

1,597,000

Amer Tel & Tel—

Amer Water

114

P

A

113

J

Sale
Sale

J

Works 11 Elec

8,000 Ark Sc Memp Bdge & Term 1st 5s.l964
145,000 Armour & Co. 1st real estate <Hs 1939
1st M 4s s f ser B( Del.)
1955
667,000
101,000 Armstrong Cork deb 4s..........1950

98
42

39)4

Sale
Sale

42

9954 Sale

71)4 Sale

M 8
J D
F A

92

97

104)4
9754

J

Sale

512,000 Atch Top Ac S F gen g 4s
1995 A O
10,000
Adjustment g 4a—.Jnly 1 1995 Nov
201,000
Stamped 4s
.......July 1 1995 M N

Sale

15,000
35,000
9,000

493,000
8,000
22,000

53,000

J

1955 J D
D
1905.............1955
D
1940
J
Conv deb gold 4H*
1948
J
Rocky Mt dlv 1st 4s A
..1965

Conv g 4s of

~~6~.66o
45.000

482,000
890.000

686.000

346.000
146.000
43,000
112.000

1909

Conv g 4s of 1910

Trans-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958

I

Cal-Ariz 1st Ac ref4Hs ser A —1962

8

D
g5a.......—1946
J
Atl & Char Air Line 1st 4H« A..1944
1st 30-year 5s ser B
1944 J J
Atl Coast L 1st cons 4s
July 1952iM S
General unified 4H* series A—1964 J D
LAN collat gold 4s
Oct.. 1952 MN
10-yr coll tr 5s
May 1 1945 M N
J
Atlantic & Danville 1st g 4s
1948 J
Second 4s...
1948
Atl Gulf & W I SS Line coll tr 5s.l959

5s—1940
assented...................1940

Baldwin Locom Works 1st s f

158,000
780,000
150.000
395.000
224.000
188.000

5s

July 1948

Bait At Ohio 1st g 4s

1995
1st gold 5s
...July 1948
Ref and gen 6s, series C
.1995
P L E At W Va Sys ref g 4s
1941
Refund At gen 5s ser

A

SoutbwDlvlst3V6S at 5%
Tol Cln Dlv 1st Ac ref 4s ser

Refunding 5s series D........

1,329,000
758,000
13.000
26.000

2000

1960
Ref Ac gen 5s series F
1996
Bangor At Aroostook RR 1st g 5a '43
Con ref mtg. gold4s
1951
4s stamped
———1951
Conv g 4HS—.

——

..

J

J

m N

Nov. 10

Nov. 19

4854 Jan.
36)4 Jan.

108.000

16.666
16.000
34.000

6H«
fund 6Hs—

♦Berlin City Electric deb
♦Deb sinking

517,000

Boston Ac Maine

1st 5s

1st mortgage 5s

ser

82

62

101)4 10254
99
101

10454 Sale

62

M

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74

11954 119)4
125)4 Sale
101

32
29

28)4

M

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32

23)4
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87)4

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120)4 121

124)4
105

10554
110)4

{♦Bush Terminal Co 1st 4s.....1953 A

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J

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104)4 104)4
20)4
20)4
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234.000 ♦Bush Term Bldgs 5s gu tax ex..1969 A O
MN
68,000 ♦By-Product Coke 1st 5)4* ser A.1945

105)4

109)4 110

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111)4 112)4
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100

193)4 Sale
95

"7654 Sale
Sale

85

Sale

112

110)4 Sale
Sale

98

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103)4 101
Sale
111)4
101)4 100
Sale
18554

87

Sale
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35)4
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59)4 Sale
92)4 Sale

106

Sale

137)4 Sale

115

2

Nov.

4

Nov. 30

2

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29)4
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75

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74

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x&H
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106

105

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146

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106

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3
7

Nov. 25
Nov. 12

Feb.

28

Nov.

9

Nov. 12
Nov. 30

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7

Nov. 18
Nov. 30

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5

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5

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65

82

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2 100
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2

119

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71)4 May 29

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Feb. 17
94
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73
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19)4 Nov. 24
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Feb.

43
43

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

9 101)4 Nov. 30
88
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100)4 July 20 104)4 Oct. 14

4
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124)4 Jan.

10

85
8
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28

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20

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13154 Oct.
10654 Nov.
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Nov. 17

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101

Nov. 17

Nov. 27

92)4
95
79)4 Sale
86

2

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55
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109

Con sol 434 s
10.000 *{♦ Burl Ced Rap At Ner 1st As...1934 a
♦Certificates of deposit—...
6,000

30.

90

70

65 M

For footnotes, see page

Sale
Sale

75

M N

1955 J

Sale

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alOl

103)4 Sale
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Debentures gold 5s ..........1950 J D
51.000
1st lien Ac ref 5s series
—.1957 M N
79,000
.....1950 F A
25,000 Brown Shoe a f deb 3)48
j
1938 J
5.000 ftrunsw At Western 1st gu g 4s.
1981 F a
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...

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5s stamped..

♦Censel 5s

Sale

M N

.......1941 J J
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68.000 Brooklyn Union Gas Ce 1st g 5a.1945 m N
11.000 "Met Hen Ac ref 6s ser A
1947 M N

258",000

Sale

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8054 Sale

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109

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22

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9154
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103

98

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9,000

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
10954 Sale
64
65)4

a

1st

Sale

11354
103)4

75

4.000

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

88

series II......1955 M N

......1941
130,000 Brooklyn City RR 1st 5s
427.000 Bklyn Edison cons mtge 3)4s—1966
730.000 Bklyn Manhattan Transit 4)48—1966
2.000 Bkiyh*(Jueeas Co At Sub gtd 6s..1941

Sale

74)4 Sale

1st g 4)41 series JJ
232.000
1961 a 0
65.000 {♦BostonAt NY Air Line 1st gu 4sl955 f a
1,958.000 ♦{♦Botany Cons Mills sec s f 6)4*1934 A O

1,087.000

Sale
Sale

8

1951
1959

♦Certificates of deposit—

Sale
Sale

J1

1943

AC...1967

85

96)4 Sale
40)4 Sale
32)4
33)4

A

Berlin Elec Elev At Undgrd Rya—
♦ 1st
5,000
6)4s
1956 a o
376,000 Bethlehem Steel 4)4* series D—1960 J J
Big Sandy Ry 1st mtge 4s
—1944 J D

225.000

96)4 Sale

f

—....1955

♦Debenture 6s

Sale

M

Bell Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B
1948
First At ref 5s series C —.....1960
Belvldere Del cons gtd g 3)4*

98
88

105

19.000
1,000 Battle Creek Ac Sturgis gu 3a....1989
Beech Creek Exten 1st g 3Hs
1951

129~666

106

O

.

.

10154 104

10254
J
D
75)4
A O 10854
J D
84)4
MN
100)4
J
Jl 99)4
A

195S
A—1959 J

183,000
660.000

Sale
10454
110)4 112
112
Sale
112)4 118
109

106

...1937

26.000 Atlantic Refining deb 5s

98,000 Auburn Automobile conv deb 4)48 *39
6,000 Austin Ac NW 1st g 5s guar
1941

1,000

105
Sale

Conv g 4s of

Atl Knox Ac No 1st

-

78

81)4 Nov. 28
Sept. 18
10354 Nov. 19

87)4 Jan.

Nov. 10

27)4

1967 J
♦Sinking fund Income deb:
71.000 ♦{Ann Arbor 1st g 4s
July 1995 Q

>;

Nov. 20

Nov. 24

137

445,000

•

Nov. 18

Nov. 24

112)4 Sale

♦AngloChllean Nitrate—

;

5

100)4
9754
91)4
66)4

11254 Sale

J

Debenture gold 6s oerles A
61,000
1975 MN
919,000 {♦Amer Writ Paper 1st g 6s.... -.1947 J J
♦Ceitlflcates of Deposit
534,000
295,000 Anaconda Cop Min s f deb4H* ..1950 AO

V

Nov.

Sale

11354 Sale

J

...—

i

104

Sale

101)4 Sale
124)4 Sale

MN

Sale Prices

Sale

67

110)4 Sale

Sale

Sale Prices

Sale

80

76)

73

11054 Sale
105)4 Sale
12554 Sale

113

-

578,000
30-year sinking fund
1943
Convertible debentures 4H*—1939
363,000
711,000
Debenture 5a
1965
599,000 ♦Am Type Found s. f. debs 2)4-58.1950

•

Sale

Sale Prices

10354 104
10054 Sale

Sale

"73)4

112)4
108)4

Sale

a~o

Highest

Sale

Sale

"76"

58

101

AO

Lowest

40)4 Jan.
66)4 Nov. 13 81)4 Nov. 28
97
May
102)4 Nov. 5 10354 Nov. 23
97
Jan.
102
Nov. 4 10354 Nov. 19
Nov. 19 101)4 Oct.
101)4 Nov. 16 102
53
Jan.
a7354 Nov. 6 a7354 Nov. 6
Jan.
112)4 Nov. 14 112)4 Nov. 14 109
103)4 Jan.
Nov. 28
53
Jan.
76)4 Nov. 9
Nov. 30
55
Jan.
66)4 Nov. 14

Sale

,

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

68)4 Sale
102)4 103
102)4 102)4
X0XH

1

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask

Bid

"50)4 "64

10-year deb 4)4»
Adriatic Elec Co external

M

•

Sale

D

J

5i_—1953

4i

1907..—>1947

Collateral trust 4s of

5,000

>

At Paper 1st

Adama Expraaa coll tr g

Ask

Bid

AND INDUSTRIAL
COMPANIES.

RAILROAD
t

Nov. 2

1936

JAN.

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS

November

21

EXCHANGE-BONDS

19

17

Mar.

i?

6
30
18

13
25
25
30
10
5

13
3
21

7

9
Mar. 21
67
2 10154 Feb. 13

23
Sales

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. T. STOCK
In

BONDS

Value

It. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

1936

June 15 1955
...............1956
1951
Canadian Northern guar 6%«_„.1946
Canadian Pac 4% dabatock
4 Si a

Guar g 4%«
Guar g 4%«

Ask

Sale
Sale

J

J

Sale

J

J

Sale
Sale

Sale
106

A

O

48
27 %
17
16 %

D

22

.

Sale

17%

J

22%

J

.1948 M

General gold 4Ha
Ref & impt mtge 3%s «©r D
Ref 8c impt mtge 3%s ser E

1992 M

8
1996 M N
1996 F A
May 1940 2

1st 8c ref 4H* aeries B
1st 8c ref 5a series A

1949
1949
1958 M S
1977 F A

.......1971

92

Sale

83

Sale

125%
92% Sale
105% 106

Nov.

23

Nov .18

20

3

Nov.

165

9

133

5%
7%
4%
1%
6%
1%
1%
8%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

103% Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

112% Nov. 27
109% Nov. 23

2

Nov.

Sale
54

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
108
106 % Sale
113
114
83
Sale

27

113

103"
Sale
Sale

28

103

{♦Chic Gt Western 1st 50-yr 4s

1959 M S

J

Sale"

Sale

30

41%

43%

44

29

38

39%

Sale

J

44

J

43

J

Sale

22

Sale

Sale

22

Sale

105

♦Chic Mil 8t St P gen g 4a aer A..1989 J
♦Gen g 3Ha aeries B
May 11989 J

Sale

111%
62% Sale

J

Sale

J

Sale

J

Sale

66%
66% Sale

F

Sale

27

A

Sale

MN

Sale

MN

44

1969 J

46%

MN

66""

44

MN

Sale

1987 MN

42

54
Sale

65%

Sale

8% Sale

5
5

Nov. 21

102% Nov. 13
44% Nov. 9

Nov.

112

35

21

Sale

19% Nov.

99

Sale

Nov.

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

3

49

Jan.

3

48% Mar.

3

46%

16% Jan.
92% Jan.
110% Aug.
46% Jan.

3

28
Feb.
Feb.
29
2 105% Nov. lo
3 111% Mar. 2
2

65

Nov.

5

56

Nov.

7

43

Jan.

3

64

67

Nov.

5

2

68

66% Nov.
67% Nov.

5

47% Jan.
47% Jan.

2

68

28

9

66%
Sale
Sale

64% Nov.
64

Nov.

24% Nov.
7% Nov.

5

Nov.
8% Nov.
Nov.
41

4

2
49% Jan.
17% Apr. 29

6

Apr. 28
22

6

38% July

18

40% Aug. 14
42
July 27
1
17
May

37

Nov. 21

8*

2

47

Sale

46

52% Nov.

5

s*
26

Sale

23% Nov.

28

Nov.

4

22

27

Sale
Sale
Sale

65% Feb.

58% Nov.
52% Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Mar.
Mar. 2

4

56

65%
65%
26%
8%

37

49%

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

4

82% Nov.

5

70

40

Nov.

5

32

Nov.

6

31
15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

38

Sale

Nov.

20

Nov. 10

Sale

15

Nov.

18

Nov.

2

Sale

17

Nov.

20

Nov.

2

Sale

15% Nov.

18% Nov.

2

Nov.

4

Sale

8

Nov.

113% Nov.

8
May
Apr. 30
10% Apr. 27

9

79%
35%
35%
16%

10

113% Nov. 19

22

16
16

2

81
79%
37% Sale
35% Sale

9

37

Nov.

22% Nov.
13% Nov.

it*

33% July

27% Nov.
16% Nov.

25% Sale
14% Sale

ilH

15

Sept. 29

2 114
June 10
30 118% Nov. 24
10
99
Oct. 19
14
Apr. 28 31% Oct. 13
14
Jan.
2
Oct. 13
30
116
Feb.
5 124
Oct. 15
102% Nov. 13 105% Jan. 17
2
26% Jan.
46% Oct. 17

47% Nov. 12

Sale

Oct.

28% Jan.

Sale

Sale

60

66%
Sale

8

113% Nov. 30
2 115% Nov. 30

64

Nov.

16

Sept.

111% Nov. 30

43

Sale

4

Nov. 13
Nov. 24

28% Jan.
15% Jan.

5

112%
61

29

Nov. 18
Jan.

Nov. 23

Sale

Sale

Oct.
Nov.

Nov.

22% Nov. 24
22% Nov. 4
105% Nov. 10

19% Nov.
104% 105% 104% Nov.

6

13

13
Nov. 27

42

42

Sale

Nov.
Jan.

Jan.

82

29

Sale

28

Nov. 28

July

38

6

43
36

Sale

Apr.
July
July
Apr.
13% Apr.
15% Apr.
14% May
7
May

105

Jan.

Feb.
Feb.
,

Feb.
69% Feb.

7

Oct.

19

Oct.

19

29%
9%
48%
54%

7

Mar.

5

Mar.

6

Feb.

1

B*

Jan.

ll*

Feb.
Feb.

30
1
11
61% Feb. 11
29% Oct. 17
Oct. 19
29
Oct. 19
29
18% Oct, 19

30 82!
27 46!
27 43]
28 23
19 20
30 23!
5 20%
12
11%
29 113%

Nov.

5

Oct.

11
14
10
9

Oct.

13

Feb.
Feb.
Oct.

5
Feb. 13
Nov. 19
Feb.

93

"97%

98%

Sale

106]
108

Sale

100

Sale

Sale

Sale

88

Sale

109%

Sale"

J
S

99% Sale

S

"73""

J

101

{♦Choc Okl 8c Gulf consol 5s.... 1952 MN

29




29% Nov.
27% Nov.
124

43

Sale

83%

108!

J

9

46% Sale
47%

Sale

J

1942 MN

Nov.

July

7

42% Nov.
41% Nov.

45

Sale

J

1st mtge g 5s series C guar....1957 MN
1st mtge guar 3 Ha aeries D....1971 MN

XA§^
99

20 109

17

39%

D

J

39

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

17
3

Jan.
Jan.

41

22

D

O

114

Jan.
Jan.

104%
108%
107%
100%

110

July
July

Sale

J

113% Nov. 30
115% Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

41% Nov.

Nov. 19

95

Jan.
July
Oct. 27 102%
9 111
Jan.
110
Aug. 18 111%
112% Jan. 15 118%
108% Jan. 27 115%

35% July

Sale

D

25%
23%
122%
102%

Nov. 14

9

9

112% Mar. 25
6 127% Nov. 30
30 102% Nov. 18

36

Sale

1960 MN
1951 J D

59

4

Nov.

4

5

D

.....1951 J

30.

118%
99%
99%
108%

109

Nov.

3

Jan. 24 127
Aug. 31 100
3 107%
Jan.
2 176
Jan.
7 155%
Jan.

4

50~"

1952 MS

99

2 104

Jan.

Nov. 30

115% Nov. 24
111% Nov. 30

112% Nov.
116% Nov.

Jan.

109% Nov.

118% Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13
14
28

103% Nov. 23

89

Nov. 30
Nov. 18
Nov. 18

Jan.
23
Jan.
28% Oct.

67

121%
89%
102%
115%
110%

Nov.

27% Sale

June 151951 J

see page

110%
127%
102%
102%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

24

8 108

43% Nov.

Sale

196,000 Chic T H 8c S'eaat lot 8t ref 5a
1960 J D
Income guar 5a
123,000
Dec 1 1966 M S

footnotes,

4

4

Feb.

13

3 105% Nov. 24
99% Jan.
2
77% Feb. 14
43% Jan.
86% July 24 103% Jan. 27
81
Aug. 20 93% Mar. 7
2 112% Nov. 27
103% Jan.
102
Jan.
4 109% Nov. 23

Nov.

Sale

♦Certificates of deposit.....

For

Nov.

155% Nov.

4

39% Nov.

Sale

Clearfield Be Mahon lat gtd g 5a._1943 J

176

Nov.

29

165

Nov.

40

16%

con gu g 4s
Cincinnati Union Terminal—

Nov.

Mar. 17

Sale

8

♦Certificates of deposit.........

13

Sale

D

73%

24

Sale

♦{♦Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped
Aug 1 1932 25% part paid
69,000
1927 F A
J
429,000 {♦Chic R I 8c Pacific gen g 4a
1988 J
♦Certificates of deposit...
9,000
599,000
♦♦Refunding gold 4s
.....1934 AO

Cln Leb 8c N 1st

6

3

Feb.

40%
41%

Sale

J

Nov. 28
Nov.

94% Oct.

Nov. 23

39

48%
47%

Sale

4Hs——1937

95

125% Npv. 2
95% Nov. 12
107% Nov. 27

17
26

20% Oct.
20% Oct.

Sale

27

Cin Ham 8c Dayton 2d g

104

Nov. 16

Oct.

Aug. 15

80

July

105% Jan.

Feb.

36%

Sale

27

Chicago Union Station—
Guaranteed gold 5a..........1944 J
21,000
Guaranteed 4s
30,000
..........1944 J
1st mtge 4s series D
35,000
.....1963 J
1st mtge 3%s series E.........1963 J
226,000
86,000
3%s guaranteed
...1951 M
108,000 Chic Be West Ind Consol 50-yr 4a. 1952 J
1st 8c ref mt4e 4%a_.————1962 M
401,000
1943 A
425,000 Chllds Co deb 5s
369,000 Chill Copper deb g 5s..........1947 J

84

5% Nov.

109%
124%
100%
100%

Nov. 10

105% Nov. 24
55% Nov. 2

Nov. 19
Nov. 30
Nov. 17

14

&ly 17
May 12
" "
1
July
May 26

95% Nov.

17
20
15
12

11

47

Sale

Memphis DIt 1st 4a

1

Nov.

Sept. 10

Oct.

41

37

MN

23%
Sale

Sale

Gold 3 Ha

108

0% Nov.
5% Nov.

118%
113%
Sale
111%
56%
59%
Sale
108%
Sale
112%
Sale
114%

56% Sale
108% Sale
112% Sale
114
114%
113
113%
116% Sale
95
100%
29% Sale

21

3

Sept.

July
July
July
Sept.

42

15

Sale

111

12

6

20

21

Sale

109% 109%

Nov.

30

9% Nov.

Sale

2,000

23

6

D

74,000
165,000

Jan.

July

Sale

1949 MN

27",660

52

Sale

105%

♦Convertible gold 4Ha.....
2,000 Chic S L 8c N O gold 5a

106% Nov. 18
111% Nov. 18
5
106% Nov.

23

157

1937 J

•♦Sec. gold 4H* aeries A

Nov. 30

5
5
5
9

141

125

Nov. 19
Nov. 17

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

122% Sale

♦ConT 4%a aeries A

66

6

Nov. 23

95
94%
125% 126
93% Sale
107% Sale

112

Sale

M

Nov.

Sale

173

117

♦♦15-year secured 6Ha.. .....1936

Nov.

152% Sale

1982 MN

♦1st Be ref g 5s
May 3037 J
♦1st 8t ref 4Ha atamped..May 2037 I
•1st 8C ref 4Ha aer C
May 2037 J

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 12

Nov. 12

80

103%

91%

118%

♦Certificates of deposit

♦General 4 Ha atamped

659,000
409,000
405,000
691,000

10
23

53

Chic Be Erie 1st gold 5a
Chic Gas I Be C 1st gu g 5s..

1947 J

Nov.

2 117%
Jan.
7 117%
Jan.
2 129
Jan.
3
Jan.
97%
7 106
Oct.
2 116%
Jan.
9 109%
Jan.
2 105%
Jan.
3
66
Jan.
Nov. 20 108%
Mar. 13 111%
Apr. 30 108%

32%
18%
18%
28%

100% Sale
100% Sale
110%

♦{♦Chic 8c E 111 1st cons g 6s
1934
{♦Chic Be E 111 Ry (new co) g 5s ..1951 MN

♦Refunding 4s series C
♦1st 8t general 5s series A...

Nov.

Nov.

110%
110%
122%
87%
102%
113%
105%
100%
49%
106%
108%
102%

May 26

156% Sale
102% Sale
108%
105

110
40% 41%
105% Sale
108% Sale

1949

General 4s

Nov. 18
Nov. 10

Jan.

18

Sale

112%
107%

con

...

116

128%
97%
104%
116%
109%
105%

110

.....1989 J

Chic 8c Alt RR ref g 3s
Chic Burl 8t O 111 DIt 3 Hi
Illinois Dhrlalon 4s...

Nov.

7 119% Sept. 11
7 122
Sept. 3
8 121% Sept. 3
7 120
Sept. 9

73

Sale

109

Nov.
Nov.

115
Jan.
115% Jan.
112% Jan.

27

109

1946 J

Nov.

Nov. 18

2

109

111% 112%
119 % Sale

120% Nov. 23
117% Nov. 18
116% Nov. 19

92

108

102 %
Sale
Sale

120

Nov.

35% Nov. 12

87% Sale
82%
112% Sale

Sale

118% Nov. 21

Nov.

32
Nov. 30
8 118% Apr. 18
7 116% Sept. 4

Nov.

101
Sale

8

Nov.

•

9

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 18

25

WA

Sale

90

111% Jan.
108% Jan.
113% Jan.

32

91

84
Sale

79

55

102

9% Jan.

115

34%
78%
29%
16%
16%
28%

92

Sale

68

Nov. 30

118% Nov. 23

Nov.

27

89

38

28%
26%
21%
29%

Sale Prices

103% Nov. 24 107% Jan. 18
103% Apr. 20 105% Feb. 11

Nov.

Nov.

106% Nov.
106% 106% Sale
111% 110% 111% 110% Nov.
Sale
105% 105% 105% Nov.
Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov.
7
103% Nov. 24 104
Nov. 14 105% Nov. 25

105

66

111%

123

Sale Prices

Lowest

Highest

Sale
32
21%
117% 119% 116
Sale
115
113%
117%
118% Sale
119
119% Sale
119
119%
117%
117% Sale
Sale
116
114%
115% 115% 114
127
127% Sale
96
96% Sale
104% 101% 103
115%
115% Sale
Sale
107%
109
104%
105% Sale

Sale

gold 4a
1989.J
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5s .1941
2d

Sale

107% 108
Sale
Sale

1939 M N

g 5s

g 4s

10

25

Champion Pap & Fibre deb 4%».1950 M
Ches Corp cony col tr g 5s May 15 1947 MN
10 year conv coll 5s
.......1944 J D

♦Gen 4%a series C
301,000
May 11989
♦Gen g 4Ha series E
174,000
May 11989
♦Gen 4%*aerlea F
99,000
May 11989
2,894,000 {♦Chic Mil St P8c Pac mtgeSa aer A1975
♦Conr adj 5s
Jant 2000
4.057,000
117,000 {♦Chic A No West gen 3Ha
1987
♦General 4a
1987
138,000
♦Stpd non payt Fed lnc tax.1987
31,000
♦Stpd gen 4%a non-pay lnc taxl987
7,000
♦Gen 5s stpd non pay lnc tax.1987
141,000

126"66O

17

24

Guar 5s
1960 F
Cen RR Be Bkg of Ga col tr g 5s.1937 M N
Central Steel 1st sink fund 8s
1941 MN

con

Sale

103%

1941 M S
1941 M S

Chic L S 8c East 1st 4 Ha

167,000
249,000
152,000
1,579,000

88

Sale

23%

1966 MN
67,000
1
♦1st Be gen 6s series B
122,000
May 1966 J
Chic Indiana 8C Sou 50-yr 4s ...1956 J
111,000

76.000

Sale

J

9,000 {♦Chic Indlanap 8c LouIst rf g 6a 1947
♦Refunding gold 5s ser B
..1947

355",660

51

Ask

63

92

29%

Sale

R 8c A DIt 1st

128%

111

........1987 J

cons

Sale
Sale

Sale

106

Cent Pac 1st ref gu g 4s........1949 F
Through St L 1st gu g 4s..
1954 A

Ches 8c Ohio 1st

Sale

Sale

{♦Central New Eng 1st guar 4s..1961
Central of N J gen g 5s...
1987 J

f g 5 Ms A.

117%

108

36%

O

Sale

104%

Sale

s

127%
96%
102%
115%

76"" "73"

A

Sale

Sale

I

Certafn-teed Prod

115
114

26%

MN

Sale

119%
116% 117%

D

1944

.

119
119

D

F

Ask Bid

^A*
50

J

J

General mtge 5s
Cent Hudson G & E 1st & ref 3%s '65 M S
Cent 111 Elec 8c Gas 1st 5s
1951 P A

.

21%
117%
113%
117%

Lowest

Nov. 30

103% 104% 103 % 104
104% 104 % 105%

J

Middle Ga Be Atl DIt pur m 5s. 1947

Central Foundry 1st mtge 6s

General 4s.

Bid

19S1 J

Carthage Be Adlr 1st gu g 4s

Potts Creek Br 1st 4s

12",666

Sale

A

M S

Caro Clinch Be Ohio 1st 5s
—1936 J D
D
1st Be con g 6s aeries A.Dec 15 1952 J
Carriers & Gen Corp deb 5s w w.1950 MN

Craig Valley 1st g 5s

10,000
1,000
168,000
30,000
59,000
206,000
27,000
81,000
10,000
783,000
116,000
23,000
1,000
1,781,000

Sale
Sale

....1954 J'*t>

Collateral trust g 5s

♦Mobile DIt 1st 4 5s

6,000

Sale
Sale

D

F

Collateral trust 4%a
1960 J
{♦Carolina Central 1st gu g 4s.. 1949 J

♦

80,000
130,000
472,000
653,000

Sale

Collateral trust gold 4^s
1946 M S
5s equip trust ctfa....—.....1944 J

12,000 ♦Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s..
1948
22,000 {♦Cent of Ga Ry 1st g 5s
Not. 1945
♦Consol gold 5a....
171,000
.....1945
♦Ref 8c gen SH* series B
71,000
1959
♦Ref Be gen 5s series C
96,000
.....1959
♦Chat D1t pur money g 4a
8,000
1951
♦Macon Be Nor D1t 1st g 5s.....1946
1,000

263,000
155,000
6,000
94,000
36,000
308,000
43,000
368,000
22,000
544,000
19,000
14,000
278,000
43,000
528,000
474,000

J

Nov. 2

107%

Camaguey Sugar Co—
Mat 7a ctfa of depoalt
.....1942
Canada Sou con gu 5s ser A..—1962 A O
Canadian Nat gold 4%s
1957 J J
J
Guaranteed gold 5a
_v_July 1969 J
Guaranteed g 5a
--Oct 1969 A O
Guaranteed g 5a
.1970 F A
Guar gold

1

Jan. 2
Nft.

*
14,000 Cal Gm Be El Corp unlf Be rml 5a__1937 UN
J
22,000 Calif Packing conr deb Si
1940 J

615,000
37,000
147,000
76,000
68,000
23,000
74,000
166,000
69,000
158,000
1,087,000
91,000
93,000
156,000
140,000
14,000
14,000
36,000
31,000
18,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

November

1

Sale
Sale
39

105"32 105*32 104% 105
104% Nov.
106% 106% 106% 106% 106% Nov.
112
Sale
112
Sale
111% Nov.
108% Sale 110% Sale 108% Nov.
108
Sale
106% Nov.
106
Sale
106
Nov.
107%
103% Sale
105% Sale
103% Nov.
87% Sale
87
Nov.
94% Sale
101% Sale
101% Sale 101% Nov.

105«4

42

Nov.

4

108% Nov.

9 108% Nov.

108% Nov.

5 109!
4 108!

106% 107
105%

Jan.
Jan.

104%
105%

99
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
2 101
2
88% Oct.
8

Nov. 30 109

107

Nov.

9

Jan.

10

100

109% Sale

108% 109
108% Sale
105%

74
61

W

38

108% 108% 108%
Sale

Jan.*""6

Nov. 17

101

102%

83%

Mar. 21 108%
108% Apr. 30 112%
June 25 111%
Nov. 17 107
9 108
Nov. 30 106% Nov.
3 107%
Nov. 23
99% Jan.
Oct.
6 105%
Nov. 30
Jan.
2
Nov. 30
94%
Jan.
2 103%
Nov. 10

106% Nov. 18

.....

103

112

Nov. 16
96% Nov. 4 99
Nov. 23
96% Nov. 12 101
86
Nov. 13
88% Nov. 30

Oct.

14 103

106

May

Nov. 12

108% Nov.

Nov. 20

106

104

47

Jan.

6

Jan.

28

Nov. 17
Nov. 17

Nov. 30
Nov. 23
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
June

5

Apr. 27
Jan. 18

7 108% Aug. 17
113

Feb.

5

Aug. 22 108% Nov. 20
June 10 105
July 24

N. T. STOCK

Dec., 1936]
Sales in
November
Value

Jan. 2

1936

Nov. 2

Ask
c CC0kStLg«ng4a
General si MrlN B

Ref Be Impt 4 He aerlee i. .
Cairo DIt 1st gold 4s
Cln w be m DIt 1st g 4s

30,000
79,000

Sale
Sale

Sale

St Louis DIt 1st coll trust g 4s .199* mn
m s

96

01
07

1949 j j
4%a__1950 m N

b..1943 a o
Series b gu 3Hs..
1943 a o
Series a gu 4%»
1943 j j
Series c gu IHs......—
1948 mn
Series d gu 3h«
1950 f a
General 4 %• series a
1977
Gen 0c ref. muel^s series b..1981

CIot 0c Pitts gen gu 4h» ser

1,000
140,000
99,000
508,000
2,000
19,000
272,000
284,000
301,000
24,000
339,000

103

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

105Vi 104Vi Nov.

119

116% Nov.

9 106

9

965i Jan.

2 106

Nov. 16

9 111% Jan.
13 103% Jan.
89
Jan.
7
785# Jan.
12

119

June 30

Nov. 16

116 Vi Nov.

105Vi Nov. 13 105 Vi Nov.
101 Vi Nov. 25 103 Vi Nov.
96
Nov.
4 98 Vi Nov.
Nov.
105Vi Nov. 7 106
100Vi Nov. 7 102Vi Nov.
102 Vi Nov.
6 104Vi Nov.

18
16

105Vi 103Vi Nov. 24 103 Vi Nov. 24
107 Vi Nov. 17 107 Vi Nov. 23
lllVi 111 Vi 110Vi Nov. 6 112Vi Nov. 23
-----

112

110 %
109 Vi

09
05

105v#*
110

10

112 Vi Nov.
111 Vi Nov.

2

1st

s

i g 0s series b guar

Sale

1st

s

f 4 vis series c

Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov.

7
109 Vi Nov.
Nov.
2
105
Nov. 23
112

06 Vi

Sale

106Vi Nov.
83Vi Nov.

107 Vi Nov. 25
92 Vi Nov. 30

P
05

Sale
75
Nov.
105 Vi Sale
104Vi Nov.
105 Vi 105
105 Vi 105
Nov.

2
78 Vi Nov.
105 Vi Nov. 30
105 Vi Nov. 23

04 Vi

Sale

a..1972
1973
1977
Coal R1t Ry 1st gu 4s
1945
Colo Fuel 0c Iron Co gen s f St..1943
♦58 income mtge....
1970
Colorado 0c Southern 4Vis ser a. 1980 m n
Columbia Gas Be Elec deb 5a....1952 m n
Debenture 5s ........Apr 15
1952 a o
Debenture 5s—........ Jan 15 1941
Col 0c Hock Valley 1st ezt g 4s
1948 A O

liH

CleT Union Term 1st gu s^s

1955 F

Col 0c Tol 1st ezt 4s

1965
93,000 Columbus Ry Pow 0c Lt 4s
280,000 Commercial Invest Tr deb 3%8__1951
Conn 0c Passum RIts 1st g 4s

"~i",66o
4,000
226,000
116,000
27,000
177,000

1,213.000

j

♦Debenture 4s

426,000 ♦Consolidation Coal

s

99
98 %

99

Sale

99%
Sale

J

07 Vi
04 Vi

D

107
92 Vi
75

104 Vi
112 Vi

112

Sale

Sale

Sale

4

105Vi Nov. 16

104Vi Nov.

107 Vi

063
063

Sale

108 Vi Nov.

Sale

20
105Vi Nov. 19

104Vi Nov.

04
07

29
108 Vi

Sale

110% Nov.

103

22 Vi
07

108 Vi 107
Nov.
Sale
106Vi Nov.
Sale , 106Vi Nov.

Sale

109

M

Sale 103 Vi
26Vi
27% 25 Vi
25 Vi
25 Vi
30
00 Vi

&
26
60
99 Vi

25 Vi

5 110 Vi Nov. 5
4 107 Vi Nov. 21
2 107 Vi Nov. 17
2 107Vi Nov. 27

26 Vi
23 Vi Nov.
Sale
107
Nov.
Sale
100
Nov.
Sale
24Vi Nov.

23 Ji Nov.
Nov.

108

27
5

103 Vi Nov. 30
26 Vi Nov.
5
Nov. 13

25g

24Vi Nov.
34 Vi

Sale
Sale

25 Vi
63

100 Vi

24Vi Nov. 27
48Vi Nov.

Sale

98

26

Nov.

2

100 Vi

102 Vi

Sale

1965
1965

108 J

Sale

mn

104 J

Sale

3vis—..—..........1970

mn

109 Vi 109 Vi 109 Vi
107 Vi
106 Vi Sale
106 Vi Sale

Sale

Sale

106

95

a2W

65Vi Nov. 28

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

92%
81%
105%
105%
105%
112%

99% Jan.
98% Jan.

Sept. 10
May
6

Oct.

105

May
Sept.
Mar.
July
July

63,000
88,000
237,000
33,000
55,000
9,000
238,000
8,000
46,000
12,000
322,000
160,000
112,000
10,000
61.000
27,000

1st lien 0c unlf mtge 3 vis

1st lien 0c unlf mtge 3 Vis

1st mtge

6s.1946 J d
5s with warr..—...1943 j d
f a
Copenhagen Telep cxtl s f g 5s..1954
Crane Co s f deb 3Vi>—........1951 f a
Crown Cork 0c Seal s f 4s........1950 mn
Container Corp of Am 1st s f g
Deb gold

j

104 Vi

101 Vi Sale
96
97

101%

Sale"
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

j

1940 u

106
102
55 Vi

j

1951

1942 J
Cuba rr 1st 59'yrg5s._........1952 3
1st 0c refund 7 Vis seriesa
1934 j

8
D

Grown Willamette Pap 1st s f g 6s

Crown Zellerbach deb 4s w w
Cuba Northern Rya 1st 5 Vis

49%

D

......

4954

d

46 Vi

105

106 Vi
106 Vi 107
103 Vi 105 Vi 104 Vi
102 Vi
61
Sale
56
60

65 Vi

Certificates of deposit

64 Vi

Sale

74 Vi

Sale
104 Vi 105

107 Vi

1943 M n

Sale

106 H
89 VI

mn

Sale

101VI

«

....1937 1

dumb t 0c t 1st 0c gen 5s

3

Nov.

Nov.

5

108

Nov. 16

May 28

Oct.

1

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

4

Jan.

4

29
21

May

Nov. 28

110

Nov. 19

Nov. 19

108

Nov. 18
Nov.
2

105

Jan.

9 1025
4 100
4 103

56

2

62

2

Nov.

65

108% Nov. 18
10
21

Nov. 25

103%

Jan.

Nov. 18

102

May 20

Nov. 18

103

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

107

Nov. 25

Nov. 17

106% Aug. 28
103% Mar. 4
65% Jan. 14
64% Nov. 28

Nov. 10
Nov. 10

64

2

Nov.

8
23

Oct.

2 108

60

25

Feb.

42% July
99% Oct.

20

101 Vi Nov.
100
Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

23

Feb. 20

4

Nov.
Nov. 9 107
Nov. 9 105
Nov. 28

11
22

Feb. 24

19% June 17
20% Aug. 11

106Vi Nov.

99Vi
106Vi
103 Vi
101 Vi

5
4

Nov. 30

106 Vi Nov.
104 Vi Nov.

7 105

26

June

105% Sept. 28
99% Oct. 27
20

13

Oct.

1075# Nov. 17
107% Nov. 27

4

74"

Nov. 28
Nov. 30
Vi Nov.
Nov. 23
69 Vi Nov. 25 71
Nov. 30
72
Sale
62 Vi Nov. .2
72
Sale
4
100 Vi 100 Vi 101 Vi 100 Vi Nov. 25 100*# Nov.

Sale

62 v*
100 vi

1934

1st lien 0c ref 6s series b

\U

102 Vi
101 Vi 102
100 Vi 101 Vi 102 Vi
99 Vi 102 Vi
99 Vi

109

Nov. 30

110% Nov.

Consumers Power Co—

Sale
Sale
Sale
105
102 Vi
102 vi
Sale
107
Sale

Oct.

1135# Sept. 31
108% Nov. 20
105% Nov. 19

110% June
107% Nov.

22% July

8
21
28

105
112

Jan.

104%
105%
105%
104%
103%

Mar. 14

108

Jan.

98% Jan.
81
Sept.
59% Jan.

104

28
23
Nov. 23
Nov. 23
July 15

July
2
112% Oct. 23
112
July
7
1095# Sept. 30

110% July

99

Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

113

July
105% Jan.
105% Jan.
1005# Jan.

110

107 Vi Nov.

Sale
Sale

mn

Consum Gas Chic 1st guar g

Sale

Sale

106%
106 % 108 Vi

j

j

Sale
Sale

13 Vi

ill

J

1960 j

5s..1936

Sale

103 %

1943

f 5s

05

112Vi Nov.
HOVi Nov.
107 Vi Nov.
104Vi Nov.

lllVi

11. Vi

12 Vi

110h

j
j 8cj 1955 j
A0cO 1955 a o
j
1956 j

♦Debenture 4s

Sale

Sale

~59% Sale"

j

4Vis.__.
..1951
Stamped guar 4 Vis
1951
Consol Edison (n y) deb 3%«...1946
3vis debentures..............1956
Consol Hydro-Elec Works of Upper
j
♦Wuerttemberg 1st 7s.......
1956 1
Consol Gas Co deb 4 Vis
1951 J d
Consolidated Oil conv deb 3 Vis..1951 j D

1954

98 %

mn

Conn Ry 0c Lt 1st g

19,000 {♦Consolidated Ry deb 4s
♦Debenture 4s
9,000

17", 656

a

...

Mar.

93%
96

113

.....

113 Vi
lllVi 111 Vi
07% Sale 108 Vi
105
Sale
05

1941

clet Short Line 1st gu 4 Vis.

May 22
May
5 113
Sept. 28 1105# Sept. 28

105

104

104 Vi
112 Vi

12%

1005#
1015#
1085#
111%

106

23

103

04 Vi

2
24
10
15
18
16

105%
103%
98%
Jan.
106%
102%
Jan.
Jan.
104%
May 13 105%
Sept. 26 105%
Jan.
2 107%
Jan.
9 112%
June
4 112%

111!
110!

103 X4, 104
Vi
105 Vi
iuo

107 Vi 107Vi

10 Vi 111
12 Vi

j

1965 j

Cleve Elec Ilium 1st m 3^8

105

105 Vi
103 Vi 102 Vi Sale
03
97
Sale
96 Vi Sale
05 Vi 106 Vi 105 Vi 106 Vi
101 Vi 102
00
102Vi
02

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

05 Vi

05

1944

Spring 0c Col DIt 1st g 4s
W W y«l DIt 1st g 4s
Cleve-Cllffs Iron 1st mtge

105

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

08

Vol"

1941
1943
-—-1977
1939
1991

g
Ref 0c Imp 0* eerlee d

Bid

Sale

199}
........1993

Ref 0t imp it mrin

"v.666

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS
N, T. STOCK EXCHANGE

I

83,000
11,000
31,000
259,000
653,000
16,000
113.000
120,000

33

EXCHANGE—BONDS

75% Jan. 20
71

72

46%
100%

104%

Nov. 27
Jan. 30

Jan.

3

i

77,000 Dayton Pr 0c Lt 1st 0c ref 3Vis...l960

1,010,000
65,000
5,000
7,000

•

Del 0c Hud 1st 0c ref 4s

a

o

Sale

1971

3

i

102 Vi
106 Vi

1869
.....1969

3

j

102 Vi

3

j

Gold

1937

5 Via
Delaware Pr 0c Lt 1st m 4vis
1st 0t ref 4%a

1st mtge gold 4Vis
1951 m n
lO.OOO Denver Gas 0c el 1st 0t ref 5s
m n
26,000
Stamped as to Pa tax
602,000 ♦♦Den 0c Rio Gr 1st cons g 4s. ....1936 j 3
3
♦♦Consol gold 4 Vis
138,000
1936 j
273,000 {♦Denv 0c r Gr West gen 5s Augl955 f a
♦Assented (subject to plan).
390,000
♦Ref 0c Imp mtge 5a ser b......1978 ao
281,000
{♦Des Moines 0c Ft d 1st gu g 4a_.1935
Certificates of deposit
26,000
{♦Dei Plalnes Val 1st guar 4ViS .1947 M S

Nov.

108 Vi
Sale
Sale
105
102 Vi

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 23

4 108 % Nov. 23
4 90 % Nov. 9
23 101% Nov.
9
10 104% Nov. 18
4
10 102 % Nov.

Oct.

Feb.
Oct.

107 Vi

107 Vi

Sale'

34

Sale
Sale
Sale

35Vi

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

7 Vi

3Vi
62

72 Vi

43

Sale
65 Vi

9

Jan.'

Nov. 25

6

5
Mar. 14
Mar.

32

Sale

33 Vi

Sale

107%
Nov. 17 107%
Nov. 27
34%
Nov. 27
33%

Sale

Nov. 13

19% Nov.

2

16Vi Sale
Sale

Nov. 23

18% Nov.

2

Mar. 24

Nov. 14

30

Nov.

6

Oct.

7% Nov.

2

L07% Sale
L07Vi Sale

17&

29

4Vi
43

6Vi

4% Nov. 28

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6

Mar,

Nov.

Sale

107 Vi

16
24

2
4
5
9

Feb. 21
Feb. 21
Mar.

3% July
66

65Vi

Jan.

8
31

6

19

9% Sept. 21
Jan. 24

71

Detroit Edison

series d—.....1961 f a
o

32,000
7,000
73.000

Gen 0c ref 5s series E-.—.....1952 a
Gen 0c ref mtge 4s series

A

14,000

Gen 0c ref mtge

1163
1083
110!

f.....1965
3vis series g..1966
1,000 ♦Detroit Be Mack 1st lien g 4a....1995

J

o

D

♦1st 4s assented............1995

3,000
15,000
16,000 Dul Be Iron Range 1st 5s..—....1937 A O
j
1937 j
68,000 Dul So Shore Be Atlantic g Sa_.
74,000 Duquesne Light 1st m 3vis
1965 j j

48,000

♦♦Eastern Cuba Sugar s f 7 hi

1937.

10,000
56,000
1,000

M S

369,000

107

52 Vi

Nov. ai

45% Nov.

13 Vi

50% Feb. 18
Aug.
8

6

35

40

iosvi

Sale

Sale

„

Sale

Sale

116)
103!
81
108

Nov.

37
30

Nov

Nov.
Nov.

18
84% Nov.
2 109% Nov.

5
2

41!
39!

5s stamped
.
Erie 0c Plttsb gen gu g 3 Vis ser
Series g 3 via
Erie rr 1st

con

1946

j

6

86% Oct. 28

23

L09% Nov. 23

Nov. 28

41%

conv

4s Series d—

77 Vi

Nov.

Sale

Sale

74%

Sale"

75

Sale
74
Sale

M n

70

a

o

69 Vi

Erie 0c Jersey 1st s

j

j

j
Genesee Riv rr 1st s f 4s.....1957 3
n y 0c Erie rr ezt 1st 4s
1947 mn

1938
1954

m

s

f

a

j

Sale
117% 118
117
110
104

43

s

98

s

97!
97!

s

.......1974 m s

For footnotes see page 30




Sale
Sale
106
Sale

101

93]

61]
51!

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

92%

Nov.
Nov.

"93"

Sale
9

Nov.
Nov.

Yi

Sale
Sale

Il8Vi

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

117%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

.....

60

63
104

m

♦Certificates of deposit..

Sale

d

5s International series......1942 m
First lien s f 5s stamped...
1942 m

♦1st Be ref 5s ser a

2 104% Nov. 10
5 155
Nov. 17

155

Nov.

Sale.

Sale

64

Sale
Sale

61 % Nov.
104

Nov.

1025# Nov.

4 107
6 107
4 106

104% Nov. 10

102

"98"
102 Vi
103
69

55

"58Vi

10!
9!

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

78 Vi

Nov.

Nov.

4

6

107

Mar. 20

Nov. 20

106

Nov. 20

94

103% Nov. 12

Oct.

13

106% July 31
5
95% Oct.
95% Sept. 23
94
Sept. 23
92
Oct.
7
7
91% Oct.
119
Apr.
1
9
119% Apr.
113% Nov. 4
104% Mar. 9
74
Aug.
1

61% Nov. 27

4 105% Nov. 12
2 102% Nov. 2
4

Nov. 17

Nov.

101% July

105

Nov. 12

Jan.
Jan.

103

Sept. 14
Feb. 15

98

99
102
95
65

4

Nov. 16

111% Sept. 18
110
Sept. 28
107% July 13

4 92% Nov. 9
5
5 105% Nov.
24 92% Nov. 12
24 92% Nov. 10
Nov.
5
5 91
23
88% Nov. 2
5
14 88% Nov.
Nov. 17
12 119
17 117% Nov. 4
4 113% Nov. 4

27

Feb.

138% Nov. 13
114

Nov.

108

—-

Ref 0t lmpt gold 5s ser
Ref 0c Imp 5s ser 1930

Ernesto Breda Go 1st mtge 7s

108

Nov. 16

Nov. 16 114

Sale

1953

1927 ...1947
.....1975
f 6s
.....1955

115% Nov. 19
107% Nov. 10
138% Nov. 13

Sale

1953

Series b

Nov. 13

Sale

100

...1996
Penn coll trust g 4s
........1951
Conv g 4s Ser a .............1953
Gen

Nov. 19

115

105 Vi
105 Vi

lien 4a

Nov. 28

39% Nov. 30
Sept. 16
115% Nov. 19

Nov. 30

110

1965
b.1940
1940

0t prior lien 4s..1996

1st consol gen

Nov. 17

Sale
107 Vi

Sale
131

109 Vi

101 Vi

19

108

D

1945 a o

Feb.

35
Aug. 29
117% Nov. 10
107
Jan.
3

Nov, 14
33
Nov. 14
5 117% Nov. 26
Nov,
Nov 19 103% Nov.
2

33

107 Vi

103% 103Vi
127

6

45

Sale*

107

1st lien s f 6s stamped........1942 M S
20,000
30-year deb 4s aeries b........1954 j d
13,000
1946 j j
22,000 Flat deb s f 7s...
8,000 {♦Fla Cent 0c Peninsular 5s
1943 j j
1959 I d
20,000 {♦Fla East Coast 1st 4Vis...

1,067,000

109

13

1125# Sept. 23
109
Nov. 21

45

15Vi
15 Vi
112 Vi

Sale

96,000 Fairbanks Morse deb 4s.........1956
1942
16,000 Federal Lt0c Tr 1st s f 5s

21",000

HOVi

"70"

30

j
1939 j
j
1995 3
1941 m n
1951 j D

3d mtge 4 Vis

"3,666

Sale

109% Nov. 18
112% Nov. 23

Nov.

Oct.

110% Jan.

L17

Nov. 17

117

109

1125* HOVi Nov.
108 vi 108 Vi Nov.
70
45Vi Nov.

103

21 Paso 0c 8 W 1st 0t ref 5s

1,185.000
1,720,000

109 Vi

4s—...1948 a o
Eastern Tenn Va 0c Ga 1st g 5a ..1956 mn

9,000 Ed El 111 Bkn 1st con g 4s
9,000 Ed el 111 n y 1st cons g 5s
4,000 Elgin Jol 0c East 1st g 5s
120,000 el Paso Nat Gas 4vis series a
Conv deb 45is
123,000

2,000
1,000
129,000
864,000
4,000
117,000
40,000
8,000

110

♦Certificates of deposit.
Eastern Ry m No DIt 1st g

29",000

113

30

♦Second gold 4s—
1995 j"D
♦2nd 4s assented........... 1995 ..n
Detroit Term Be Tunnel 1st gu 4vis *61 mn

1,834,000

113
109

116V# Nov.

Sale

M S

Gen 0c ref 4Vis

97% Jan.

103
Nov. 20 103% Nov. 13 101% Jan.
95
Jan.
Nov. 24
102% Nov. 10 104
60% Feb.
75
Nov.
5 76% Nov. 24
Nov. 24
65
Nov.
9 68
52% Jan
74 % Nov. 27 78% Nov. 10
56% Feb.
15
Nov. 24
18% Nov. 5
7% Aug.
7
Feb14% Nov. 25 17% Nov. 5

101

103,
104!
104

8*
68
80

Sept. 28
Sept. 24
Sept. 1
Sept. 8
Nov. 24
Oct. 20
Nov.

5

Nov.

5

24
Sales

N. Y. STOCK
in

Value

«

Price

BONDS

November
N.

Y.

EXCHANGE—BONDS

S

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE! JAN. 1

Jan. 2

si

STOCK EXCHANGE

1936
Bid

Nov. 2
Ask

Bid

Nov. 30

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

High T
Sale Prices

♦{♦Fonda Johna & Glov ref 4H«-1952
r

■

2,000

Proof of claim filed by owner

♦♦(Amended) lat cona2-4a__

38,000
23,000

»

7H

954

954 Sale

854

1054

5

Sale

454

...

Fort St U D Co lat g 4H«
Ft Worth & Denver City 0 Via
,

MN

Sale

354
354

454
Sale

954 Nov.

2

8

Jan.

5

5

Nov.

2

4

354 Nov. 30

4

54 Nov.

2

1941 J

J

1961 J

9,000 Pramerlc Ind Ac Dev 29-yi 7Hi..1942 J

J

Nov.

4

D

149,000
328,000

{♦Francisco Sugar 20-year 7Ha.l943
♦Certificates of deposit

27,000 Galv Houa

40",666

u

v

107

& Hend 5H® A

107

10754 109
3554 Sale

82

Sale

82

...

75

1938

Gaa Ac Klec ( Bergen Co) 5a..
1949
Gen Amer Investors deb 5a sea A.1952

79

11854 119H
102

82,000 General Gable lat a f g 5 Ha A....1947
8,000 ♦Genoral Klec (Germany) 7a
1945
♦Debenture 4H«
20,000
........1940
♦S f deb a 6s
1948 UN
65,000
General Motors Acceptance Gorp—
10-year debenture 3s
1946
148,000
264,000
15-year debenture 354»
...1951
28.000 Genera Public Service deb 5Ha.1939
901,000 Gen Steel Gaatlnga lat
w.,1949
18,000 {♦Ga Ac Ala lat cona 5a....Oct. 1945

Sale

8354

9554

97

12154
10254 Sale
104 % Sale
3954
45
3954
4154 Sale

10754 11054 10754 Nov.
Sale
Sale

118
20

9554
9654
12254 12354

89 54

10254

Sale

Sale

10254

.....

186.000 Gotham Silk Hosiery deb 5a w w_ 1946 M
♦{♦Gould Coupler lat 15-yr a f 6a. 1940 F

Sale

18H

2854 Sale"

29

37

22

3254

3454

33

35

32 54

1947 J ,J
225,000 Goodrich ( B F) Go 1st 6 Ha
Convertible deb 6a
1945 J D
289,000
234,000 Goodyear Tire A Rubber lat 5a._ 1957 M N

96

12 H

34

33

35

Sale

108H Sale
10454 Sale
104 H

Sale

S
A

56

97

10054

108
50

Sale

10854 109
105

Sale

10354 Sale
10154 102

Nov.

96

34

10754
10554

Sale
Sale

105

Sale

.

10754 Sale

6 10754 Nov. 6
2 12054 Nov. 30
4 12254 Nov. 27

Nov. 19

97

.,

Nov. 2 103
Nov. 2 10554
Nov. 27 4154
Nov. 19 4154
Nov, 2 43 54

Nov. 16 10454
10354 Nov. 16 10454
10254 Nov. 2 103
9154 Nov.
5 9654
2854 Nov. 10 2954
104

3354 Nov. 27
3254 Nov. 10

10754
10454
10354
10154

Nov.

Gouv Ac Oawegatchle lat 5a

...

94

101,000

84
Sale

6

1961 J

107H Sale

1952 J

....

108
103 54

1973 J

........

........

J

9654
96 H

J

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Feb

Feb
MN

55

70

854 Sale
106

A

O

86

A

O

82

J

J

109

59

J

3054
11554 ii7H
4454 Sale
6454 70

g 4Ha........ 1999 J

1944 A

♦Hoe (R) & Co 1st mtge

{♦Housatoaic RR

21656

Extondod 1st g 3H*
1st gold 3a sterling

186,000

J

1940 MN

1962 J

D

1949 MN
1957 F

A

1957 A

O

Refunding 4a

....

lines 1st 3H®---.

Nov.

2

99

Nov. 20
Nov. 10
Nov. 2
Nov. 16

101

2 106 J

Mar. 16

3054 Mar.

9

Nov. 10
41;
Nov.
2
41;
4354 Nov. 16

104
Nov. 16 10454
10354 Nov. 16 104 54
102
May
4 104
76
98
Nov. 28
Apr. 21
12
Nov. 25
May 14 2954

Nov. 19
Nov. 18

Nov. 12

Jan.- 6
Feb. 13

Nov.

Nov. 30

20

Jan.

3

30

May

6

98

Nov.21

56
100

Nov. 25
Nov. 24

Jan.

10354 Mar.

Nov. 13

108
90

Nov. 10
Nov. 13

69

1154
10854

June

Jan.
Jan.

May
Feb.

Apr.
June

Nov. 27

3554 Nov. 9
36
Aug. 18
25

9
10
Nov. 13
18254 Oct. 31
10454 Nov. 21
11154 Nov. 25
99
Nov. 24
99
Feb.
7
99
Nov. 13
108

Sale

106

Sale

104

Nov.

109

110

109

110

109

Nov. 14 109

Sale

125

Sale"

123

29

123
82

29

Sale

Sale

10854 Sale

O

110
Sale

Sale

.1955 MN

Sale

J

71

105

10554
9054
9254 Sale
9354 Sale
87

88

Loulav Div Ac Tor g

.1953

92

.1951

Sale

10954 Sale
11054 Sale
10554 106
10554
9154

A

.1950
.1951

.1951

.1951

111 Cent At Chic St L At N

4Ha series G

aer

75 H
82

.1951

100 >4

.1951

8254 Sale
10654 108
97
102

8654
8854
9554
10054
99

Nov.

8354 Nov.

Sale

102

II*
83

Nov. 30

Nov. 14
Nov. 16

Nov. 30

104 54 Feb. 29
10654 Nov. 20
10654 Nov. 23

6

10754 July 24 11054 May 15
2954 Nov. 23 3754 Jan. 11
116
Jan.
9 12554 Nov. 19
2
91
Nov. lp
4454 Jan.
89
Jan. 23
6454 Jan.
105
Jan.
1025s Sept.
4
10154 Nov.
10554 Mar. 23
10054 Jan.
10354 July 20
3854 Jan.
6154 Oct. 13
124
Oct.
11954 Jan.
1
8954 Feb. 24
7254 Aug.
2654 June
3954 Feb. 21

10954 Nov. 30

10954 Nov. 30

30

5754 Nov. 2
12354 Nov. 24
54

,t554

Nov.
Nov.

111

Nov. 12

Nov.

Nov. 18

112

10554 Nov. 13

10554 Nov.

Feb.

13

10554 Oct. 28
10254 June
1

Sale

Nov. 20

104

Sale

Nov.

80

Sale

Nov.

Sale"

Nov.

97

Nov. 16

Nov.

103

Nov. 23

June 16
Oct. 14
Oct.
3
8954 Oct. 22
9054 Oct. 13
10554 Sept. 28
86
Oct.
7
108
Nov. 12
97
Nov. 16
103
Nov. 23

Nov.

8754 Nov. 18
8854 Nov. 10

8754 Nov. 18
9154 Oct. 22

Nov.

97

Nov. 24

94

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 16

95

Nov.

8654 Sale

Nov. 24

8754 Nov. 5
8954 Nov. 30

Nov.

10754
10254

96

83

Nov. 12
Oct. 20
Mar. 26

Sale
94

96

8754
9054

22

106

10254 Nov. 14
10254 Nov. 18

Nov.

109

Oct.

1454 Feb. 11
Sept. 29

102 54 Nov.

5054 Nov.
12354 Nov.
8054 Nov.

108

Nov. 19
Oct. 19
Nov. 16

109

2 12554 Nov. 19
Nov. 10
4 91

10254 Nov.
10154 Nov.
10154 Nov.

33

6
4

2 10654 Nov. 20
2 10654 Nov. 23

2954 Nov. 23

33

Sale

Nov. 30

83

10354 Nov.

Nov. 19
9

Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Nov. 19

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

Nov.

99

11454
10954
10754
12454
10954
7554

Nov. 13

Sale

.1966 P

Springf Dlv 1st g 3Ha__
Western Lines 1st g 4a.....

Nov.

Sale

40-year 4Ha
Cairo Bridge gold 4s........
Litchfield D1t lat g 3a

Gold 3 Ha

Nov.
Nov.

75
11

10854 Nov.
10554 10354 Nov.

83

Sale

St Lou Dlv Ac Term g 3s

Nov.

75
Sale

118

Nov. 19

Nov. 16

106

90

Sale

....

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

88

3H*

1075

11754 Nov.
10754 Nov.

109

Sale

104

Omaha Div lat g 3s

105

Sale

11554 Nov. 25

Nov. 16

11454 Nov. 23

105

90
Sale

...

Sale

Sale

118

100
83

Sale

8554
8854

*8754
90

96

6 10454 Nov. 12
Nov.
2
83
Nov. 12
108

Nov.

9754
10054

95

Nov. 20

97

Nov. 20
Mar. 17

101

100

Nov.

99

2 10054 Nov. 10

10054 Nov. 10

I
1963

A

72
68

.......1963

Illinois Steel deben 4H*--

...1940

Sale
Sale

108H 10854

lad Bleoaalngton Ac W lat 4a

1940
1950

98

9254 Sale
8754 Sale
10654 Sale

9054 Sale
8854 Nov. 25 9254 Nov. 9
84
8554 Sale
Nov. 23
8754 Nov. 7
10654 10754 10654 Nov. 4 10754 Nov. 13
..

102

<nd III At la

lat

Jan.

Mar. 16

11554 Nov. 25

Sale

.1955 MN

16,000 {♦Indlanapol

29
30

27

May 11
Aug.
8

Nov. 19
Nov. 18

11454 Nov.
11754 11654 Nov.
11454 11254 Nov.
Sale
10654 Nov.

Sale

.1953 MN

Joint lat At ref 5a

Nov.

104H

Refunding 5a..............

526,000

9754 Oct.

8 104!

Nov.

10054
8054
8054

Coll tr g 4a

362,000

'2~666

11354
10954
10754
11854
10854

Sale

40

11954 12054

J

.1952 J

117

8054

15454

10154 Sale

J

.1951 J

11554

83 „
90
Sale
7154
72
10254 10254 10254
102
10254 10254 Sale
102
Sale
10154 Sale
5654 Sale
5554 Sale
123 54
12354
8254 Sale
8054 Sale
3454 Sale
3454 Sale

105
104

.1970 A O
.1951 J

Sale

.1951 M 6
.1952 A O

Collateral trust gold 4a

451.000

52,000

1937 J

.1951 A

.....

15,600

O

....

82,000 Illinois Bell Telep 3Hs ser B_.
8,000 Illinois Central lat g da.
lat gold 3 Ha
1,000

Purchased

J

g 5s...... 1937 MN
J
1937 J

con

Houst At Tex G 1st g 5s int ga

31.000 Hows Belt Ac Ter 1st 5s
99,000 Houston OH sink fund 5H> A...
554,000 Hudson Ceal 1st a f 5a series A..
10,000 Hudson County Gaa lat 5a
394,000 Hudson Ac Manhat lat At ref 5a A.
♦Adjuat Income 5a
...Feb
445,000

51,000
636.000
134,000
524,000
9,000
4,000
39,000
5,000
2,000
43,000

7

Jan.

104

60
67 H
103 H Sale

108

"

7554 Jan.

106

10354

90
Sale

J

.....

11454 Sale
11654 Sale
11254
106
10654
Sale

O

10-year debenture 454 s

coa

Nov. 27

106

94

10854 Sale
7354
75
1154
12

Hackensack

Val lat

Nov. 30

112

Oct.

10854 Jan.

94

120

Gulf State* Steel deb 5 Ha
1942 j" n
Gulf States Utilities 4s series C_. 1966 A O

Hock

120

79

104

98

105

1946 A

143,000
122,000

1

3554 Jan.

9

4 106
4 105
4 108

99

J

Water lat 4a....... 1952 J
1949 J
3,000 ♦Harpen Mining 6a.
.......

2,000

26

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

J

.........

80,000

Oct.

Apr.

107

10754 June

9554 Nov. 19

Sale

8

107
110

6

"Nov ."21 1041
11154 Nov. 16 llll
97

Oct.

Feb.

Nov. 24 10854 Nov.

104 54

97

Apr.
Jan.

10154 Aug.

3554 Nov. 9
3354 Nov. 21

9654 Sale

95

354 Jan.
105
106

*

4Ha Set A

Gen mtge 5 H* Ser B........
Gen mtge 5a Ser C..

Gen 4Series D............ 1976
142,000
1977
Gen 4Ha series B
545,000
1946
Gen mtge 4a aeries G
887,000
Gen mtge 4s series H
1946
543,000
2,000 ♦Green Bay Ac Weat deb ctfa A
♦Income debenture ctfa B
125.000
1940
5,000 Greenbrier Ry lat gu g 4a
22,000 Gulf Mob At Nor lat 5H< **r B... 1950
lat mtge gold 5s series G
1950
203,000
Gulf Ac Ship Island ret 5a
Feb 1952
Stamped
"r.ooo

137~000

166"" HI"
111

8554 Sale

.....

Great Northern Ry—
lat Ac refund

Feb. £7

654 Jan. 31
654 Feb. 18

Nov. 25

Sale

1942

23,000 Gr R Ac I es lat gu g 4H«-...... 1941
1947
3,000 Graya Point Term lat gu g 5a
1944
35,000 Gt Cona B1 Pow (Japan) 7a...
1st Ac gen a f g 6 Ha
1950
35,000

92

Nov.

86

10254
10554 10554 10454
40
4154 4054
41
Sale
4054
4154
4254 Sale

103 54

103 54

82

103

102

20

♦{♦Georgia Carolina & Northern—
Extended at 6% to July 1 1934
8,000
13,000 ♦Good Hope Steel Ac Iron sec 7a-1945

187,000
111,000

11

105

-

10454 Sale

.....

"51666

28

Jan.

954 Nov. 24

1982

Proof of claim filed by owner.... MN
♦Certificates of depoalt

gold 4a

Ac Loulsv lat gu 4sl956

7154 Jan.
6754 Jan.
10654 Nov.
105

10454

2154 Sale

48

"III
51

105
41

44

104 M "Nov .24 104 54 "Nov."24
44
Nov. 27
49
Nov. 12

2 9554 Oct.
2 9054 Oct.
4 10854 Jan.

June 12 105

9954 Jan.
2154 Jan.

7
5
6

June 12

Oct.
23 105
2 5054 Oct.

29

30

Indianapolis Union Ry—
(.en A ref guar 5a
J
ser B
1965 I
Ref Ac impt mtge 3H" aer B
36,000
1986 M S
167,000 Inland Steel 354s series D
1961 F A
J
1966 J
360.000 {tnterboro R T 1st At ref 5a
♦Certificates of deposit
68,000
♦♦10-year t% aotea
128,000
1932 AO
♦Certificates of deposit........
17,000
♦♦10-year 7% netea
121,000
...1932 M~A
%
♦Certificates of deposit....
58,000
1951 UN
81,000 Interlake Iron lat 5s aer B
Int Agrl Cerp 1st Ac cell tr la—
20,000
Stamped extended to
..1942 M N

519.000 Internat Cement

cony

deb 4a

5

,

♦lat mtge gold 5a series B

♦1st gold 5a aeries C
Internat Hydro El deb 6s

554.000

J

J

1956
1956

776.000
1944
99.000 Int Merc Msrlme 1st a f 6s
1941
316,000 Intern Paper ceav 5a series A...1947
344,000
Refunding 6a aeries A........1955
35,000 lat Rya of Ceat Amer lat fa B
1972
1st coll trust 6s gold aotea
64.000
1941
First lien Ac ref 6 Ha
70.000
1047
360.000 Internat T Ac T deb g 4Ha
1952

674,000

A

Sale

58
6454
8954 9454
88 54 Sale
8654 Sale

46

50
Sale

99 54

9954 100

Sale

Sale
Sale

M

75 H

Sale
8054

M N

7654

M N

87

A

J
J

95

lig
158

3954 Sale
1054 Sale
3654
38 H
3654
3854
45 H
66 %

J
Convertible debenture 4Ha...l939 J
Deb gold 5a
1955 F

10554

7954
7554

Sale

94

85

Sale
Sale
7954 Sale
87 54

105

104 54 10454 105
106
104 54 Sale
10754 Sale.
95 54 Sale
9754 Sale
9454
95
9554 Sale
51

92 H

A

A




8954 Sale
88H
8854
6554 Sale

J

F

For footnotes, see pkge 30.

10554

1945 MN

1952
240,000 {♦Internat Gt Nor 1st 6a A
♦Ad| mtge da series A.July 1 1952
238,000

63,000
54.000

106 54

9854
7654
8854
7954

9

94

95

Sale

93

Sale

Nov. 28
Nov.
4

Sale

9954 Sale
101

Sale

168

Sale

IV

95
96

9454 Nov.

Nov. 25

33
3754 Sale
1354 Sale
3254
3754
33
3654 31
66
6754 Sale
7254 Sale
6954
10054 Sale
10154

102

95

Sale
Sale

Sale

5054
4554

Nov. 10
9 105
2 10754 Nov. 19
Nov. 25
9754 Nov.-, 2

10454 Nov.
104 54 Nov.

Sale

9834
Sale

100
Sale

Sale
Sale

W*
96
10254
9954
7354
8454
7754

3454

Nov.

Nov.

9954 Nov.
158

Nov.

6

Nov. 17

11

Nov. 16
Nov. 23

34

34

Nov. 20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 18

2 170

3354 Nov. 27

6354
6954
10054
Sale
9454
96H 9654
Sale
10154
Sale
9854
Sale
7354
Sale
8454
Sale
7654

04

4

Nov. 24

31

Sale

Nov.

4 102

33

Sale

95

5 10054 Nov. 27

Sale

Sale

9554 Nov. 2
5354 Nov. 9
4654 Nov. 23

June

10254 Aug.
10354 Apr.
8954 Jan.
8754 Jan.
48

June

45 54 July
90
Jan.

875

Jan.

2

3354 Nov.
9
Aug.

5

31

Nov.

Nov.

4

33

July

3654
6554
9054
7554

Apr.
Jan.
May
Apr.

80

Jan.

§8*
69

Nov.
2
13
30 7354 Nov. 4
2 10254 Nov. 27
Nov. 28
2
14 97 % Nov. 10
Nov. 30
6
Nov.
5
23

1IB8

Noy/. 25

Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 24

9154 Nov.
8254 Nov.

7
7
7

97

100

8

Nov. 10
Nov. 19

Oct.
Oct.

27
23

Jan.

2
22

Jan.

June 15
June 26
Nov. 27

9654 July 14 10254 Feb. 28
Nov. 17
11554 Jan. 20 170

3754 Nov.
1354 Nov.
3654 Nov.

2

10754
9854
9554
6554
6054

Jan.

86

10854 July 20
105

8854 Jan.
8154 Jan.
68
Aug.
7954 Sept.
71H Sept.

Feb.

i74

18

Feb.

19
17
18
6
7354 Oct.
7954 Feb. 27
10254 Nov. 27
9854 Nov. 28
98
Oct. 28
10254 Nov. 18

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Feb.

10054 Oct.
9154 Feb.

16
11

Feb.

19
11

95

Feb.

BONDS

,

N.

Jan. 2

1*

7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Ask

Bid

{Iowa Central Ry-

51.000

251.000
173,000

James Franklin 8c Clearf lit 4a.. 1059

Jones & Laughlin St'l

1st M 4% s. 1961

J

D

M

S

1,000 Kanawha Ac Mich 1st tfu A 4a
1990
178,000 t**K C Ft S Ac M ref A 4a
1936
29,000
♦Ctfa of dep (Bankers Trust).
363.000 Kan City South 1st g 3a...
1950
387,000
Raf Ac Imp 5a
Apr 111950
132,000 Kan City Tarm 1st 4a
1960
49,000 Kansas Gas Ac El 1st mtge 4 Ha..1980
1.000 ♦Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6a._.1943
♦Ctfs

1943
T, 666
♦Ctfs w w
1943
24,000
♦With warrants (par $92f)_...1943
80,000 Keith Corp (B F) lat aer g 6s
1946
w w

A

O

A

O

Kendall Co 5 Ha aeries A
1948
18,000 Kentucky Central 1st gu 4s
.1987
,48,000 Kentucky & Ind Term lat 4H«—1961
23,000
Stamped........
.....1961
1,000
Plain
1061

1961
"7",600 Kings Co E L & Pow gold 5a
1937
6,000
Purchase money 6a
....1997
4%s unguaranteed

{Kreuder 8c Toll class
Uniform

ctfs of

O

Sale

J

Sale

J

J

Sale

108 X

Sale

J

D

Sale
40 X

103%

Sale
45

105
40

MN

Sale

8

M S

107

J

J

J

I

J

98

I

J

100

J

J

106%
150
155
103 X Sale

A O
A

118$

Sale

A

.1960

A

Coll tr 6s series A

.1942

A

.1942

A

.1937

1

.1941

J

Lehigh Valley Coal 5s

1944 F

lat Ac refunding 5a
1st Ac refunding 5s

1964 F
5a....1974 F

1940
3063
3003

Gen

con

4Ha..

...

sol 5s

....

Leh Vail Ter Ry 1st gu g 5s

Lex At East lat gu 5a

Sale
64

100
Sale

81X

A

40
105
114

Sale

133 X

Sale
121X Sale
106

108

Atl Knox Ac Cln dlr g 4a

113

Sale

A

1959 MN
J

A I Namm 8t Son 1st 6a
6,000
....1943 J D
50,000 Marlon Steam Shovel a f g 6s
1947 A O
24,000 Market Street Ry lat 7a
Apr 1940 Q J
1945 M N
35,000 Mead Corp 6a with warrants

67,000 Metropolitan Edison 4Ha ser D..1968
26,000 Met Water, Sewer Ac Drain 5Ha..l950
67,000 ♦I♦Met West Side Elev (Chic) 4a. 1938
1977
28,000 ♦Mex Internat 1st 4s asstd
♦4s (Sept 1914 coupon on)
1977
♦Mlag Mill Mach lat a f g 7s
1956
Michigan Central-Detroit Ac Bay
City Air Line 4s
........1940
3,000
Jack L AC S gold 3Hs
1951
lat gold 3%s
"Y.660
1952
Ref 8c Imp 4H« series C
1979
52,000
1940
41,000 Midland of N J lat ext 5s
158,000 MUw El Ry AC Lt 1st Ac ref 5a aer B1961
1st mtge gold 5s
.1971
54,000
♦{♦Mil 8c Nor 1st ext 4Hs (1880)..1934
1st ext 4Hs
..............1939
~6", 000
Con ext 4Ha_.
1939
30,000
74,000 {♦Mil Spar Ac N W 1st gu 4s.....1947
-2,000 {♦Mllw Ac State Line 1st guar 3Hal941
71,000 {♦Minn Ac St Louis 5s ctfs.......1934
♦ 1st
Ac refund gold 4s.........1949
102,000

M

8

44

Nov. 20

39

Jan.

4

Feb.

18

22

June

32

Mar. 24

92

May-

100

Nov. 25

17

102

May

30

107

Jan.

4
16

89

Jan.

98

Jan.

104% Apr. 11
115
Apr.
3
102
Sept. 12
107% Nov. 16

18

102

.Tan.

108

Nov.
Nov.

6
5

155

118

99%
104% Apr.

Nov. 2
Nov. 13
Nov. 2

Feb. 29
Feb.

Nov. 17

106

106

74

104% Nov. 25

33% Nov. 17
105% Nov. 18
104% Nov. 25

105% Nov. 30

105% Nov. 30

§9*
77

Nov.

6'

9

Nov.

9

79

88

90% Nov. 9
109% Nov. 18
128% Nov. 19

9

131

May 13 137

Nov.

5

121%

Jan.

3 111
108
June 25 102
96
74%
Jan. 13
45%
Jan. 14 106

2 102

Nov.

Nov. 25

69

Nov. 14 106

Nov. 12

Nov.

5

Nov. 14

104%
103% Aug. 31 105%
Feb. 10 105%
101
6 102%
Jan.
98
99% Jan. 22 107%

5 104% Nov. 20
6 105% Nov. 16
101% 101% Nov. 23 101% Nov. 13
107% 105% Nov. 6 107 X Nov. 25
Nov.
9
Sale
132% Nov. 4 134

104% 104% Nov.
105% Nov.

Sale

123
96

Nov.

131

9 124% Nov. 28
99% Nov. 9

Nov. 14

m%"Nov. 5
109%
111%
108%
104%
98%

104% Nov.
104% Nov.

Sale
Sale

102% Nov; 2
Nov. 24
82

104% Nov. 20
Nov.
4
85

2
2

85% Nov. 27
84% Nov. 24

113 J99

Nov.

Nov.

58% Nov.

4 106% Nov. 25
6
2 104% Nov.

23

Sale

Sale

Sale

23

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov.

71X Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

Sale

Nov.

9

Nov/

Nov. 25

88*

Nov. 21

36

Nov.

9
9

Nov. 18

80

Nov.

4

94 X

"96"

B*
45

97
99
82 X Sale
100
102
102 X Sale
108

108 X

11%

14
3X

34%

82%

81

71%

37%

33

98% 97%
96% 97%
102% 102% 102%
106
105% 108
97

96%

108% Sale

109%

105%
14%
2%
3

103
14

14
3

§§H

93
81
37%

75"

"29"

J

J

102 X

M

S

80

36%

Nov.
97
Nov. 18 98
Sale
Nov.
95
Nov.
7 98
Sale
102% Nov.
102% 102% Nov. 10
106% 105% Nov. 4 106% Nov.

108% Nov.
Sale
Nov.
105% 105
14
Nov.
16
2% Nov.
Sale

10
30

14
16

4 109% Nov. 30
4 106% Nov. 16
5 17% Nov. 6
3
Nov. 7
6

M N

-

J

J

A

O

J

D

J

J

J

D

103 X 103 X

"71X Sale
61X
Sale
70
6H Sale

58
M

35 X
50

J
MN
M

8

F

2H

94

108% Nov. 10 108% Nov. 10
109%
Nov. 2
Sale
106% Nov. 24 107
107
Sale
91% Nov, 30 93% Nov. 21
91%
2 105 % Nov.
4
Sale
105
104% Nov.
6 105% Nov. 23
104% 105% 104% Nov.
90
80
90
Nov. 30 92 - Nov. 20
Sale
90
Nov. 20
83
85% 81% Nov. 6 85
35
Nov. 24 40% Nov. 6
38
,37
4
59% Nov.
4
67
'55
59% Nov.
12
*■

Sale

5

1

Ref AC ext aeries 5s A........1962 Q

104% Nov. 13 104% Nov. 13

104%

Sale

3%

4%

10% Nov. 20
4% Nov. 18

12% Nov.

4

Nov.

5

6

17
9

Jan.

84

Jan.
Oct.

107% Jan.
102% Oct.

Apr. 19
Sept. 17
Apr. 29
Nov. 12

8

Sept.

Mar. 10

7

Mar.

Oct.121

July

23

Nov. 25

9

Nov.

2 124% Nov. 28
Oct. 17
2 100
Jan.
6
19 113
8

111% Nov.

15 105% Feb.
1

5
28

109% Nov. 20

81

Jan.

111% Jan.
86

Jan.

108% Jan.
88

Jan.

10
95% Nov. 27
July 14
10 114
2 100% Oct. 19

13 114% Oct.
2

99

19

Mar. 17

Nov. 25
103% Sept.,17 106%

102% Jan.

22%
76

July
July

23

Jan.

22

Jan.

2 104% Oct. 24
27 104% Nov. 20
Oct. 15
86
28
2
85% Nov. 27
Nov. 24
7
84%

Nov. 30
52% Nov. 25 68
50%
June 30
7 100
May

56

U*

IVA

2
2
3
Feb. 18

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

74

"25% "3l"

82

118

7 134

J an.

16

96% July

61

Jan.

20

89% July
Oct.
37

34% Sept. 10

m"s
J D

Nov.

Nov. 20 (107%
2 111% Nov. 27
Nov. 27 107% Jan.
4
3 110% Mar.
Nov. 28 103% Jan.
9
7 104% Nov.
Nov. 9 101% Aug.
Nov.
9
Nov. 9
96% Oct. 29 98%
3 109% Sept. 18
Jan.
105

93" "Nov ."18

Sale

J an.

June

Sale

90

2 127

Jan.

99

Oct.

109% Nov. 18
128% Nov. 19

126

66

7
3

Feb.

104% Nov. 9
103% Nov. 10
75% Oct. 19

104% Nov. 9
103% Nov. 10
73% Nov.

6

77% Nov.

Sale

39

3
22

Nov.

100

4

Sale

36

77

77% Nov.< 7
Nov.

20

Feb.

6

Nov.

100

67% Nov.
72% Nov.
83% Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

101*

99% Nov. 20

Sale

71X
60%

95

Nov. 121

94

Sale

Sale

Nov. 17

35% Aug. 17

34% Nov. 30
33% Nov. 17
105% Nov. 18

Nov.
Nov.

106

27
7

105% Nov. 30

"93%

56

7
18
22

Jan.

Nov.

95% "Nov ."27
4 zll3% Nov. 4
2 100
Nov. 6
113% Nov. 9 114% Nov. 27
Nov. 25
93
Nov. 10
91

Sale

28

135% Nov.

114%

50 X

1
28

Oct.

Jan.

104%

Sale

17

48% Oct.

42% Sept. 16

125% Nov.

Sale

99%
99% Sale
112% 113% 114%
93% 90%
92%

15
13

102% Oct.
80% Jan.

2

134% Nov.

95

94

24

13
113% Aug. 10
104

Sale

110%

110

68

Oct.
June

104

113%

102%

Jan.

103% Jan.
112% Jan.

Nov. 19
Nov. 30
Nov. 5
Nov. 18

Nov. 18

106% Oct.
106% Feb.
163
July
108% Mar.
116% July
122
May

103% June
103% Nov.

87

110% 112" 109% Nov."l8
101% 102%
108% Nov. 4
108% 109% 109% Sale
Nov. 30
Sale
111
111
111% Sale
Sale
108
108% 108% 107% Nov. 2
102% 103% 103% 104% 102% Nov. 4
96% Nov. 4
97% Sale
96% Sale

110% 111X
86
Sale
108
109
88
Sale

4 ° 101X Sale
F A

June

JulySept.

104

111%

104% 105
79 X
82

J
...1952 1
1955 M N

124

14

Apr.

35
32

110

125

98% Sale

2

Nov. 30

40

Sale

Sale

106-

J

M S

Ha 1944 F

Sale

Sale

102

2003

{♦Man G B Ac NW 1st gu 3%s...l941 I
Mfrs Trust Co ctfs of partlc In




72

68

107%

N

Manila RR South Lines 1st 4s...1939 M N

For footnotes, see page 30

Sale

101

123

13

Oct.

4

99% Nov.

Sale

Sale

8

Jan.

10

Nov. 24

101% Nov. 28
105% Nov. 30

Nov.

100%
78%

Sale

Sale

♦Certificates of deposit
420,000
235,000 t♦Manhattan Ry (N T\ con g 4s..1990 A O
♦Certificates of deposit
100.000
♦Jd 4s
2013 J D
5,000
Manila El Ry tc Lt 1st 5s
1953 M 8

♦

Sale

68

131X

S

Jan.

102% Apr.

108%

108 X

J

102 X
99
Sale

9

M N
s f deb 5s..1951
1950 M M
163,000 McKesson 8c Bobbins deb 5Hs
1945 J D
109,000 Maine Central RR 4s series A
Gen mtge 4 Ha series A
116,000
1960 J D
662,000 ♦{♦Manari Sugar lat a f 7Ha-....1942 A O

1st ext 4s

Sale

135
134 X 135
125 X 126% 126

A

104% 105 X

8

1952 MN

1945

Nov. 28 101%
73%
72%
Nov. 16 73

108% 109% 108% Nov.
Nov.
128% 130% 125

O

D

1945 M
...1937 M
1940 J

88

59%
91%
99%
109%
106%

Novf, 20

Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale
72
74% 72% Nov.
75
100
99
100 % 100%
99% Nov.
Sale
104
103% Nov.
103 X Sale
102% Nov.
103 X Sale
103% Sale

148,000 McCrory Stores Corp

19,000

Sale

106
105%
104% 104% 104%
104
105%
101% 101% 101%
107
105% Sale
133
132% 133

O

2003
....1946
St Louie Dtr 2d gold 3a.......1980
South Ry lolnt Monon 4s

Sale

99%

"42% "47%

1st 8c ref 3 Ha series E

♦Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec 6

104% Sale" 105%
104%
103 X 101
105 X 106% 105%
92
92% 92
100% 99%
Sale
73%
80
Sale
76
73%

108 X Sale
128
125

A
D

Paducah Ac Mem Dlr 4a

233,000
19,000
8,000

Sale

Sale

2003 M N

46

100% Nov.

Sale

Sale

Mob Ac Montg 1st g 4 Ha

Sale

33

85

Sale

2,000

33%

Oct.
Oct.

63

Jan.

75

74%

2003

53"666

105"
Sale

30

107% Oct. 26

Jan.

77

70

70%

70

2003

...

70
69

Sale

lat At ref

D

73
75

69

Sale

1st At ref 5a aeries B

ser

lly*
72

69

Sale

Unified gold 4s

1st 8c ref 4s

100
69

Sale

U*

136", 000

871,000

Sale

69

100%

71X

49,000
156,000
95,000

4H* aeries C

69

Sale

Sale

1962 M N

LoulST At Nash* gold 5a

Sale

Sale

-

Louis* Gaa At El lat 8t ref 5a

73

35

1951 F

lou At Jeff Bridge gu g 4a...

101% Sale

Sale

44% Nov. 21

44% Sale

M N

Loew's Inc a f deb 3%s
1946 F
38,000 Lombard Blee 7s series A........ 1952 J
3,000 Long Dock Co 3 Ha ext to
1950 A
8,000 Long Island gen g is....
......1938 I
5,000
Unified gold 4a
1949 M
16,000
30-year deb 5s
..............1937 M
77,000
Guar ref gold 4s..
1949 M
38,000 Lortllard (P) Co deb fa..........1944 A
25,000
5s
1951 F
537,000 Louisiana Ac Ark 1st 6a series A..1969 J

"8*. 000

Sale

80
34

1944 A O

Little Miami gen 4a aeries A

652,666

Sale

Nov. 19

25% Nov. 30
Nov. 25

161

MN

J

.1941 A O
.....1965 A O

49,000 Liggett Ac Myers Tobacco 7a
49,000
5a

100

107

2 100

104% Nov.
29% Nov.
30
Nov.
104% Nov.
103% Nov.
105% Nov.
92
Nov.

Sale

Nov. 30

13

3 100% Nov. 21
1 105% Nov. 19

Nov. 12

33

163
160
Nov. 2 163
108% 108% 107% Nov. 4 108
115%
115% Nov. 19 115%
119"" 118% Sale" 118
Nov. 21 118%
101.
100
Nov. 12 100%
99% 101
111X 112% 113
111% Nov. 9 113%

Sale
160
107 X 108

Sale

97
84

1954 F

Leh V (N Y) 1st gu g 4 Ha
cona

103%

106

Sale

ISP
67

Nov. 10

103% Nov. "23 103% "Nov." "2

105

62

1938 J

Leb Vail Harbor Term lat 5a.

Gen

Sale

4% Oct.

2

40% Jan.
37% Jan.

6
Nov. 24

Nov.

107

mx
103 X

Sale

Sale

102

6

Nov.

103
Nov. 25 104% Nov.
Nov.
114% Nov. 17 115
100% Nov. 24 101% Nov.
7 107% Nov.
105
Nov.
Nov,
108
Nov. 18 108

105%

57
95
65
64

1954 F

Sale

108

Nov.

101% Sale

104% 105

A

97

104 X
104 X

"si**
98

M S

Sale

Sale

100%
108%

30

1945

Sale"

32% Nov. 25
24% Nov. 9

104% Sale
115

84% Jan.
102% Sept.

26

-

26*
99

IX Jan.

Nov. 19

60

55%
Sale
91%
97
Nov. 23 98%
98%
Sale
108% Nov. 4 09%
Sale
103% Nov. 2 104%
43 }
44
Nov. 20 44

100% 101

99%
21X Sale

i"~j

Lehigh 8c N Y lat gu g 4s

Leh Val (Pa) gen con g 4a

25

Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Nov. 23
Nov. 2

100

100
98

D

.1954 J

40

Sale

Nov.

107%
55%
51%
90%

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

2

4 100% Nov. 21
2 105% Nov. 19

104

102

102

J

.1997

71X Sale
76 X
74%
74H

J
C.....1954 J
Lehigh & New Eng RR 4s A
1965 A O

6% gold notes

Sale

73

Cons sink fund 4Ha ser

Secured

105
106 X

46

0

First Ac ref sinking fund

114$

111X

Sale

51%
91%
98%
109%
104%

Sale

114X8
101X 102

109 X

J

.1953

Lehigh Coal At Na* 4Ha ser A...1954

103

102% 103 X

D

.1939

Lake K A W 1st gold 5s..

35 X
97

3% Nov.

98% Nov.

32

118 y8
100 x

125""

Sale

55

29 X

115%

J

J

A

10,000
2nd gold 5a
103,000 Lake Shore Ac Mich Sou g 3Ha.
541,000 ♦Laotaro Nitrate Co Ltd 6a...
105,000
♦Certificates of deposit

102,000
182,000
13,000
57,000
1,000
23,000
57,000
59,000
10.000
195,000
88,000
979,000
456,000
294,000
15,000
7,000

—1-

104""

O

A

Sale
100

89

Coll Ac ref 5 Ha series C
Col Ac ref g 5Hs ser D

38",666

Sale
Sale

102 X

J

deposit.. .1959

Laclede Cas Lt ref ext 5s

40

Sale
Sale

20
32

M

99% Sale
104% Sale

Sale
Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

2% Nov. 30

Sale

1076/

J

A

Collateral trust 6s series B..

166,000
178,000
117,000
24.000

Sale

107

39
37%

.1949 F
J
Kings Co Lighting lat ref 5a
1954
1st Ac ref 6%s
1954 J
Kinney (G R) Co con? ?Hi
1036 J
J
Kresge Foundation coll trust 48.1945
♦5s

38 X

Sale

llH
m

Kings Co Elerated 1st g 4a....

335,000

102

101

stpd (par $645)..
stpd (par $925)

32,000

6,000
5,000
5,000
2,000
155,000

86

84

98 X
104

Lowest

Ask

2%

3X Sale

IX Sale

.1951

♦ist 9c nf 4a

Ask Bid

Bid

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Nft-

%

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

Sales in
November
Value

35

EXCHANGE—BONDS

N. T. STOCK

Due., 1936]

95% July 15 100
78% June 16 98%
Jan.
3 103
102
Jan.
2 106%
100

2
3
15

Feb. 15
Sept. 23
Feb. 10
Nov. 16

Jan.
6 110% Mar. 20
100% Apr. 25 106% Nov. 16
11
July
~ 18% Jan. 13
3% Feb. 11
1% Apr. 25
3
Oct. 16
3
Oct. 16
23% June 19 29% Feb. 26
108

102% Jan.
90
May

71% Jan.

60% Jan.
May 23
59% Nov.
5
Jan.
1% Jan. 13
2% May 13

32

104% Oct.
94
Apr.
109% May
107
Oct.
97% Sept.
105% July
106
July

19
1
19

Feb.
Feb.
49% Feb.
79
Mar.
13% Oct.
7% Oct.
5
Oct.

28
28

95
88

15

22
24
2

1
16
16
16
16

26

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

Sales in
November

BONDS

Value

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Price

1936

S

Bid

438,000 MStP&SSM4l atpd guar.....1938 J
1st cons 5a
9,000
.......1938 J
1st cons 5s gtd as to lnt
142,000
1938 J
1st ft rof 6a sorlaa A......
25,000
1946 J
32,000
25-yoar g 5Hs
1949 M
1st rof 5 Vie series B
57,000
1978 J

J

MStP&SSMft
Chic Term

Gent

f 4a

s

.

66,000 t*WiMourl-llUnots RR 5a
285,000 Mo Kan ft Tei 1st g 4a

ser

Nov. 2
Ask

49-year 4s series B_.

32

19

814 Sale

91

Sale

914

76
37

Sale

45

77

Sale

934

464
Sale

944
474 Sale
944 Sale

Sale

..1941 MN
J
A..1959 J

1999 J

D

J

Pr lien mtge

47,000

♦1st ft refund 5s series
0

General 4s

♦

1st

s

.........1975 MS

...

1977 M N

8r ref 5s series P

♦Certificates of deposit..
4 ref ft 5« wr G

♦ i«t

.1978

..

♦Certificates of deposit....
♦Convertible gold 54s ......
1st ref gold 5s series H

♦Certificates of deposit..
♦1st ft re* 5s

ser

..

I

1981 MN

♦Certificates of deposit

Sale

394

594
494
524
31

July 1938

{♦vioblle ft Olklo gen gold 4s

J

J

Nov. 23

324 Nov.

Nov. 23

314 Nov.

Nov. 28

36

Jan.

6

93

Nov. 25

76

Jan.

3

Jan.

83

404 Sale
39

144
404

Sale
Sale

Sale

39

Sale

Nov. 23

Sale

404 Sale

Nov. 23

Sale

264
274
274
284
264
74 Sale
274 Sale
264
274

Sale

764

424

'124

Sale

434

Sale

"434

Sale

404

414

Sale

39

101

99

83
88

12

144
Sale

M N

Sale

904 Nov.
754 Nov.

2
4

2

914 Oct.

19

494 Jan.

2

Nov.

4

524 Jan

2

79
83

Oct.
Oct.

14

81

664 Nov. 24

73

Nov.

2

304 Jan.

2

744 Oct.

13

384
394
134
384

434 Nov.

5

454 Oct.

7

42

Nov.

2

154
434
424
434
394
12 4
434

Nov. 4
Nov.
5
Nov. 5
Nov. 5
Nov. 27
Nov. 2
Nov. 5

274 Apr. 30
264 May
1
104 Jan.
6

42

Nov.

4

274
264
74
274
264

43 4 Nov.
424 Nov.

2
5

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

23
27
20
24

Nov. 27
Nov. 14

994

384
374
384
374

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

99

404
Sale
40

97

24
23
23
23

Nov. 21

27
Apr. 30
26 4 M!ay
9

103

1074 Sale
974 Sale

1963

104

Montecatlnl tiln ft Agr Co Inc
Deb

g 7s
1*37
Mont Tram 1st & ref 5s series A..1941

714
76
1014 103

General ft refunding 5s A.....1955
Gen ft ref 5s series B
1955

85

Sale
32 4
23
24
244
23 4
24
244
954 Sale
97
1104 HI
1114

144 Oct.

5

Oct.

7

434 Oct.

7

....1955

46

Oct.

7

Jan.

434 Oct.

7

84

J

Sale

18 100

994 Nov. 13

82

Jan.

2

14 4

Sale
Sale

354 Nov.

Jan" "3

204 Nov. 24

244 Nov.

6

22

25

6

Nov. 13

95
Nov.
994
Sale 1104 Nov.

Nov.

5

984 Nov. 28
4 1114 Nov. 12

9

1054 Nov. 27 1054 Nov.
1044 Nov. 2 1044 Nov.
96
Nov.
2
994 Nov.
1034 Nov. 10 1034 Nov.
864 Nov. 10 864 Nov.
864 Nov. 24 864 Nov.

Nov.
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.
108 4 June
1044 Nov.

1004 Apr.
834 May
854 Feb.

Sale

98 4
1034

"864

994

85
85

1034s Sale
Sale

Sale

934 Sale
1164

1114'

824
85
864 Nov. 17
1034 103*32 103nj2 Nov.23
95
Nov. 4
964 Sale
Sale
101
994 Nov. 5
944 Sale
934 Nov. 4
117
1174 Nov. 6
1114
1114 Nov. 28

Nov.

Jan.

664 Jan.

80

994 Nov. 17
Mar.

June

84
Jan.
1094 Jan.

1114 Nov.

Jan.

87
88
83

84
July
103"mNov.

1084 Jan.

90
90

16
10
2
17
19
6

1084
1084
1054
1044

1064 Sept.

864 Nov.
1031932Nov.
974 Nov.
1014 Nov.
944 Nov.
1184 Nov.

10
13
28
12

2

Nov.

2 1084 Nov. 16
Nov. 17 1084 Nov.
6
1024 Nov. 27 1034 Nov. 5

Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.

2

8

Nov.
Aug.

100

Sept. 11

Oct" 19

38

264
274
984
27 1114

Jan.

94 Jan.
854 Jan.
1054 Jan.

107

88

1094 Sale
1084 1094

3

"32 4 "Nov ."30

1024
1024
1054
974

96

46

19

27

107

"83""
1044 1044
904 Sale
90
Sale

Oct.

27

1074 Nov.

....1955

44,000 Morris ft Co 1st s f 44s
.....1939
284,000 Morris ft Essex 1st gu 34s
3990
295,000
Constr M 5s ser A............1955 MN
374,000
Constr M 44s ser B
1955 MN
21,000 Mutual Puel Gas 1st gu 5s
1947 MN
1,000 Mutual Union Tel 5s—.—.... 1«4I M N

44

Apr. 30
May
1
Apr. 30

Sale

1074 Sale
Sale
1074 Sale
1034 1034 1024 1034
1024
1024 103
1054 Sale
1054 Sale
1044 Sale
1044 Sale
96

7

454 Oct.

2

97

354

1034
864
864

434 Oct.
7
174 Sept. 23
46
Oct.
7
434 Oct.
7

Jan.

108

1943

17

Apr. 30
May
9

1074 Sale

1044 Sale

1937 J

Jan.

504 Oct.
964 Oct.

Nov. 27

40

39

11

Jan. 31
Feb.
7

77

114 Sale
404 Sale

424

Jan.

31

424 Feb. 11

844 Nov. 25
724 Nov. 24

-----

39

92

Nov. 16

Sale
Sale

11
10
14

2

Sale

15

83

184 Jan.
814 Jan.

42

43,.
414
434

13
26

234 Jan.

4

2

43

Sale

314 Oct.
944 Oct.

2

Nov. 20

904 Nov.

69

Sale

52
39

3
2

Sale

28

464 Jan.

2

Jan.

724

1965

C

38

2
6

Jan.

6

Sale

28

S

1937

...

29

Nov.

454 Nov. 10

314
92

Sale
Sale
78
Sale

86

754

324 Jan.

5

43

Sale

Sale

gold 5s
Montana Power 1st ft ref 5s A

94

6

344 Nov.

73
76

Sale

Gen ft ref sf Abie ser
a f 5s ser D

Sale

29

Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov. 17

Sale

*•

Gen ft ref

30

33
40
30
28

904

S

Montana Cent 1st gu g 6s

*5", 000

Sale

314 Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

344 Nov. 20

Sale

80

M

1st gua>

120,000
21,000
9,000
11,000

42

264
104

...1W8 M 8

68 debentures

364 Sale
254
32

Sale

754

A

Deb gold 5s aeries A

344

42

Sale

Monongahela West Penn Pub Serv1st mtge 44s
1960

69,000

33

Lowest
Sale Prices

39

Sale

♦Montgomery Div 1st g 5s ....1947 P
♦Refunding ft Improv't 44* ..1977 M
♦Sec 5% notes
.....1938 M

166,000
182,000
25,000

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

264

105,000
88,000
94,000 Mohawk ft Mai 1st go a 4s.
..1991
61,000 Monongahela Ry 1st M 4s ser A..1960

134,660

MN

1949 MO
.1989 A A

.....

♦Mo Pac 3d 7s ext at 4%

75*666

O

1965 F

6..

J

♦Certificates of deposit...

♦

♦

J

1978 I
1967 A

44a aer D..
♦ Gum
adjust 5n series A Ian
{♦Missouri Pacific RR Co—

310,000
23,000
774,000
1,031,000
145,000
418,000
5,000
853,000
360,000
35,000
839,000
49,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

1

Sale Prices

Ask

J

37

Term

.....1963 J
........1963 I

Prior lien 5a series A

Ask Bid

Lowest

S

J
J

Masour-Kansaa-Taxas RR—

394,000
346,000
29,000
406,000

Bid

Nov. 30

324 Sale
264
36
384 Sale
234 Sale

J

...

at

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Jan. 2

Feb. 25

864
1054
974
1014
964

Jan.

Jan.

3
21

Mar. 14
Oct.

16

Apr. 27
Nov. 14

Oct.

22

Oct.

13

1184 Nov. 12
1114 Nov. 28

Namm (AI)ft Son—See Mfrs* Trust Co

152,000 Nashville Chat & St L 1st 4s A..1978
5,000 Nash Flo ft Sheff 1st gu g 5s
1937
103,000 Nassau Elec guar gold 4s atpd... 1951
9,000 National Acme 1st mtge 6«
1942
413,000 National Dairy Prod deb 34® w w '51
149,000 Nat Distillers Products deb 44s.1945

F

A

P

A

J

J

1

l»

M N

.♦448 July 1914
"

♦Assent

on.

on.

1977

Nat RR of Mex prior lien

113,000

♦Assent

warr

1977 A O
1977 A O

on...

♦4s April 1914 coupon off
♦Assent warr & rets No 4

Nat Steel 1st coll mtge

s

3$

""34
24
24

f 4s..

J

1951

1965

i"

15,000 {♦Nttugatuck RR 1st g 4s
1954 M
18,000 Newark Consoi Gas 5s—.......1948 J

7,000 {♦New England RR cons 5s guar 1945
13,000
♦'Inn* guar 4s
72,000 New England T ft T 39-yr 5s A
1952
90,000
1st g 44s series B
1961
,

4

3

34

5

44

Sale

m

-

D
N

D

34
34
1054 Sale
50
118

J

J

Sale

D

M N
A

130,000 New Orleans Great Nor 5s ser A.. 1983
39,000 N O ft N'eastern ref 44® series A. 1952
244,000 New Orleans P S 1st ft ref 5s A...1952
320,000
1st ft ref 5s series B
......1955
176,000 New Orleans Term 1st 4s guar... 1953
29,000 {•♦N O Tex ft Mex Income 5s
1935
♦ ?•«■«♦ 5*
158,000
series B
.1454

"2,666
2.122,000
536,000
500,000
889,000
1,034,000
334,000
41,000
801,000
118,000
132,000
57,000
527,000
1,357,000
239,000
13,000

♦

Gon sol 4* series A
Kef ft impt

384,000
456,000
302,000
30,000
163,000

A

1998 F

A

1946 A

f

O

89

Sale

O

*744 Sale"

O

804 Sale

H

R g mtge

34s

1997

J

....1942

Debenture 4s of 1912
Ref ft impt. 44* series A

J

994
744
894

...2013

O

Lake Shore coll g 34s
Mich Cent coil g 34s
N

1998

A

1998

A

V Chic ft

1937

O

1974
1978 M

St Louis 1st g 4s

Refunding 54s series A
Refunding 44* series C.
3-year 6s
»

Y

1953 F

.....1938

90

82

Sale

S

714 Sale

A
A

A

O

1965 A
1966 A

D

1074
65 4

664

O

194N J
Purchase money coll tr g 4s...1949 P

'108'" inn

O

...

N Y Edison 34® 8eries D
1st lien ft ref 34s series E
N Y ft Erie—See Erie RR.
N Y Gas El Lt Ht ft Pow 5s

ft Harlem

L prior lien gu 5s. 1946 M N
3 4*
JOftff M N

N Y Lack ft Western 4s

ser

A.... 1973 M N
1973 N N

5 4®

Y ft Long Branch gen 4s.

♦♦N Y ft N Eng (Bost

.1942 M N
1943 J
J
|««i

Term) 4S...1939

For footnotes, see page 30.




A

g

17,000
Guar 44s series B
2,000 NYLKftW Coal ft RR
Dock ft Impt 1st 5s
N

Sale

864 Sale

o

4s............1951 F

Serial 5s g notes

Sale

Sale

Connecting 1st gu 44s A...1953 Ft A
series B..

98

102

Octl 1938 A O

N Y Dock 1st gold

5" ""Nov." 16

4

5

v.

17

Nov.

7

Nov. 13

24
24
34

Sale

34 Nov. 25
34
1064 Nov. 2 1074
66
Nov. 30
664
1234 1224 1234 1224 Nov. 5 1234
66

Sale
Sale

72
68

52

62

65

M

A

S

O

58*
49

49

45

Sale

52

Sale

53

1074
1124 Sale

A

v c ft

44

Sale

484

A

V

26",666

58

0

44s series A......2013

32.000 N Y ft Greenw

128,666

1956 F

Ref ft Impt 5s series G. .......2013
N

34 Nov. 13

24 Nov. 18

Nov.

68

Nov. 13
Nov. 25
Nov. 6
Nov. 6
Nov.

56

60

904
102

924
Sale

944 Sale
103

Sale

100

1004

1044 106
1044
62

"47 4 "Nov.'"27
424 Nov. 24
50
Nov. 25

III"

115

111

3

Aug. 10
24 Nov. 20

44 June 25

64 Feb.
24 Apr.

8
2

24 May 22

64 Feb.

8

34 Aug.

64 Feb

8

1154
1024
103 4
934
994

Sale
Sale

1144 Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

714 Sale

44
24
1034
614
1204

25
44 Mar. 25
25
64 Feb.
8
30 1074 June 17
17 77 4 Feb. 18
8 1234 Nov. 6

Jan.

834 Feb. 18
4
774 Feb. 14
3
Nov. 30
18 127
Nov. 27
9 124
Apr. 17
20 102

Jan.

1194 Jan.
100

1004
1024
924
984

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1054 Apr. 22 1084 Aug. 26
9
75
Jan.
3
944 Oct.
52

Jan.

884 Jan.
89

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804 Jan.
24 4 Jan.

324 Jan.

Nov.

95

Nov.
Nov.

95

Nov.

99

Nov. 18

97

Nov. 18
A

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944
1004
1084

724 Nov. 27

98

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994 Nov.
1064
1064
103
1034 Sale
1034 "Nov."
103 „ 1034 1084 Nov.
1074

75
105

117

Nov. 27

Nov. 14

-----

103

102

106

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103
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107 4

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9

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Oct.

Oct.

7
7
7

7

Oct.

Feb.

,

Oct.

Oct.

Nov. 20

1224 Jan.
1134 Jan.

2 1264 Oct. 26
Sept. 11
8 117

924 Jan.

3 1014 Nov. 17
2 107
Sept. 24
Nov. 19

102

5 1034 "N"ov."l9
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4 103
Nov. 14

19
13

Nov. 18

181^

Nov. 20

7 1014 Nov. 17

Oct.

14
5
3
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9
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3
109
Oct. 28
109
Feb. 17
Feb. 15
Nov. 30

9

1264 Nov. 30

1044

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Oct.

Nov. 25

96 '

Nov. 16

1254 1254 126 4 1264 1254 Nov.
1154 Sale
1164 1174 1154 Nov.

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

9

16
15
15
14

Nov. 18

107

1054 Nov. 30

105

Oct.

1044

6

564 Nov.
1024 Nov.
1024 Nov.

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Nov.

Oct.

99
97

Nov. 10
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8"

964

9

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Nov.

3
8

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103

10

P

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101

84
Oct. 14
Nov. 25
2 101
2 1004 Nov. 30
2 100 4 Nov. 12

10

334 Jan. 13
30
Jan.
7
324 Jan. 1 8 574
53
504 Oct.
9
109
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109
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89
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2 1034
974 July 13 1054
96
744 Jan.
2
804 Jan.
2 1024

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1184 Nov.
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1054 Nov.

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Nov.
Nov.

8

Mar.
Aug.
Apr.
June
Feb.

454 Jan.

504 Nov.
50

57
Ill

Nov.

1024
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102
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1074 1074 1074 1074 1074 Nov.
93 4 Sale
934 Sale
924 Nov.
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944
954 "964 Sale
954 Nov.
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104
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101
Nov.
93 4 Sale
944 Sale
914 Nov.
1004 1004 1004 Sale
100
Nov.
1074 108
1084 1084 108
Nov.
1084
1084
72
644 Sale
Sale
"62 4 "Nov."

1074

98
Nov. 18
2
31 1044 Apr. 13
2
734 Mar. 28

Aug. 10
Nov. 20
June
1
May 22
July 27

474 Oct.

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1034
1034

1224 Sale
1134 Sale

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1024 Sale
934 Sale
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59

24
24
24
24

122

53

«

1114 115
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101

Jan.

13 1044 July 15
1014 May 14 1084 Sept. 2
103
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58

57
63
564 Nov.
614 Nov.
Sale
1264 Sale
126.
127
Nov.
1254 Nov.
122 4 1234 1234 124
124
Nov.
1224 Nov.
104
1034
107
1074 107
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92
93
924
92
Nov.
2
94
Nov.
79
83
794
79
Nov. 23
814
82
Nov.
984 Sale
1004 Sale
984 Nov. 2 101
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Sale
99
100
Sale
984 Nov. 4 1004 Nov.
Sale
98
994 Sale
98
Nov.
2 100 4, Nov.
Sale
48
41
44
474
Nov. 25
494 Nov.
51
54
474 Sale
46
Nov. 25
544 Nov.

♦Certificates of deposit........

s

4

"51"" "53" "474

A

Npt ft Cln B Fen gu g 44*
....1945 5""i
New York Central conv sec 6s... 1944 M X

1st gtd 5s

208",666

.1956 F
1954 A

First 54s series A

10-year 34s secured

3 4 Nov . 27

3 4 "34
1064 Sale 107
122

86

1024 Oct.
574 Jan.
1014 Oct.

3

24 Nov. 18

*

♦Certificates of deposit
♦1st mtge gold 5* series G...
♦1st 44s series D

114,000
236,000

Nov. 17

24
24
34 Sale
24
24
34 Sale

68

60
454

J

N J Junction RR gu 1st 4s...... 1986 V
N J Pow ft Light 1st 44s
1966

16",665

Nov. 9
Nov. 7
Nov. 20
Nov. 9

-----

3

1926 J

1951 A O
on.

Nov. 18

44 Sale

2H

44®—

& rets No 4

♦48 April 1914 coupon on .....1951 A O
'

142,000

97 4
97 4
974
974
974 Nov. 6 98
1024 1044 1024
1024 Nov. 9 1024
63 4 Sale
654 Sale
63
Nov. 27
664
102 4 102 4 1024 1034 102 4 Nov. 23
102*32
107
Sale
1064 Sale
1064 Nov. ~ 1074
105
Sale
1054 106
105
Nov.
106
3

1957

warr

Sale"

off ..1957

coupon

& rets No 4

♦48 April 1914 coupon on
♦48 April 1914 coupon off
♦Assent warr & rets No 5

59,000

62,655

1044

Rys of Mexico—
♦44 s Jan 1914 coupon on
1957
♦44 s July 1914 coupon on ..1957

5,000
3,000
74,000

Sale

574 Sale
102
1024

M N

National

317,000

86
103

Jan.

3 1034
103
Jan.
2 1094
1004 Jan.
9 1034
1044 Jan.
7 1064
1054 Mar. 10 1084
1004 Jan. 30 1004

944 Jan.

Nov. 25

Sept. 23
Oct.

31

Nov. 17

Jan.

30

Sales

STOCK

NY

dec., 1936]
in

bonds

Value

n. y. stock exchange

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

November

27

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Jan. 2

Nov. 2

1936

sft.

Ask

Bid

Bid

Sale
30 v*
Sale
32**
Sale
30
Sale

32

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov, 30

Ask Bid

Ask

{♦N Y Naw Haven * Hartford—

28,000
35,000
48,000
31,000
61,000
80,000
505,000
118,000
177,000
518,000
121,000
323,000

167,000

♦Non-cony debenture 4a.. ....1947 M

8

A

O

♦Non-cony debenture

IHI....1M7
SVia....1954

♦Non-cony debenture

A

O

J

29 v*
29

1956 M N

30 Vi

♦Non-cony debenture 4a. ...—1955 J
♦Non-cony debenture 4a..

♦Convertible debenture 3)4a.. 1956 J

J

28*4

♦Convertible debenture 6a

1948 J

J

♦Collateral truat 6a

1940 A

O

53
43

♦Debenture 4a

1957 M N

;

♦tat A ref 4M aer of 1937
1967 J D
♦Harlem R ft Pt Che* lit 4»...1954 M N
N Y Ont ft Weat lat g

M

June 1993
1955 J

4a

General 4a..

S
D

O
t*N Y Prov ft Boaton gen 4a
1942
O
N V ft Putnam lat con guar 4a ..1°43 A
24,000 N Y & Queens El Lt & Pr 3)4®—-1965 M N
798,000 ♦}N Y Rya Corp Inc 6a.......Jan 1965 A 1)1
Prior lien 6a aeries A..........1965 J
16,000
1951 M
6,000 N Y ft RIcb Gaa 1st 6s A
1947 M h
39,000 New York Steam lat 6a aer A
1st mortgage 5s.......
17,000
.....1951 M N
1st mortgage 5s...............1956 MN
35,000
A

79~,666

J
252,000 N Y Susq ft Weat lat r*f g 5a.... 1937 1
Second gold 4Ha
117,000
.1937 F A
F A
General gold 5a
103,000
.......1940
Terminal 1st gold 5a...
18,000
...1943 M N
258,000 N Y Tel 1st ft gen* f 4 Vis
1939 MN
48,000 N Y Trap Rock lat a f g 6s..
1946 J D
6s stamped
1946
135,000
482.000 ♦{N Y Westcbes ft Boa lat 4 Via.. 1946 j""j
94,000 Niagara Falls Power 3)4®
...1966 M S
33,000 Nlag Lock * Ont Pow lat 5a A..-1955 a *
118.000 Niagara Share (Mo) deb 5Via_—_1950 MN
258,000 Nord Rya eztl a f 6)4s......
...1950 A O
193,000 ♦{♦Norfolk South lat ft rei 5s A.1961 F A
....

♦Certificates of deposit............
76,000
4,000 ♦{♦Norfolk ft South lat g 5a
1941 M V
326,000 Norfolk ft West Ry 1st con g 4a...1996 A O
Pocahontas C ft C iolnt 4a
4,000
1941 J n
1961 F A
138,000 North American Co deb 5a

38,000 North
Deb
75,000
Deb
112,000

1957 M

Am Edison deb 5a aer A

♦Stamped
to

as to

31
88

104",000

North States Power 5s A

Ref ft Impt 4 V(a Series A

21

Nov.

2

33 *4 Nov. 24

Sale
89

Sale

Sale

Sale

2

49 v* Nov. 12

100
Sale

82

.....

83

97
92 v*

93 *4

107 v*

Sale
Sale

31**

Sale"

99

100v4

52*4
106 v4
107**

Sale

Sale

108

108
109 v*

106*4

106** 106**
54
44 34

Sale

40
98

48 v*
100

80

84
15

107 v*

83
Sale
Sale

107v*

98 v* Sale
152 *4 160

1834

15v*

Sale

1954

104 v*

Sale

60

Sale
104*4 Sale
Sale

126v*
118J
34 122

84v*

108
100
100
108
105 j

2047

...1941

1063

65
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov. 21

180.666

Sale

5

Nov.

94

Nov. 30

99

Nov. 30

15

Nov.

May
May
July
Aug.

V* Feb. 11
1083* Nov. 30

June

88

90 v4 Nov.

Sale

12*4
Sale
107 *4
106** 106**
Sale
102*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Nov.

107

5

1083* Nov. 30

Jan.

104

Aug. 15

Oct.

155

Jan.

7

22*4

Feb.

19

21

Feb. 21

Sale

4

11*

Jan.

Nov.

122 V* Nov. 30
107 V* Jan. 21

Jan.

107

106 v* Nov.

v4 Nov.

2

Nov. 13 1043* Nov. 25

2 1043* Nov. 10
6 106v* Nov. 27

88

-

Nov. 21

Q-J
O

112

A

112

A

O

Ohio River RR gen gold 5s
Ontario Power N F 1st 5ai

...1937

1943 F A
1945 II N

Ontario Transmission 1st 5s

J

D

Oregon Short Line 1st ron g 5s. 1946 J
1st guar cons 5s stamped......1946 J
Ore-Wash RRftNav lat ft ref 4a...1961 l

1

con

Oslo Gaa ft Elec extl

a

1946

g 4a

1941 M

g 6s serlea A

Paducah ft Illinois 1st

a

f

•{♦Pan-Am Petr (Cal) 1st g 6s
♦Certificates of deposit
332,000
Paramount Broadway Corp—
lat mtge a

f g 3s loan ctfa.
Paramount Pictures Inc—
f debenture 6s.....

105 v*
54 v*
53 *4

.1955 F

A

166,000 Perls-Orleans RRRxt a f 5Vis....1968
26,000 {♦Park Lexington 6)4s ctfa.......1953

102

Sale

114

Sale

Sale

99*4
96**

100

Sale

Sale
35 v*

50

Sale

"64"" "76**

104 v*
102

.1963 F

Penn Dixie Cement lat 6s A

...

Penn Glass Sand 1st mtge
4** a.
Penn Ohio ft Detroit RR—

1941

A

M S

103

....

104v*
101*4 Sale
93 v* Sale

D

1977 A

O

Sale

Penn Pow ft Lt 1st M 4Via...... .1981 A O
Penn RR con sol gold 4a........ 1943 M N
Consol gold 4s
1948 M N

Sale

4)ia serlea A
series B.........

........

.1981

111

.....

....

........

For footnotes, see page 30.

o

118 V*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
116

S

Sale

A

D
D

O
O

J

Nov.

10134 Nov.
27

5 108** Nov.
Nov.

2 107
2 104

Nov. 13

102

100** 101
1043* Sale

72v*

110

Nov

2

107
100

Jan.

69

2

108" ""Nov ."27

Nov.

112

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

40

98 v*
104

37v*
75

Sale

Nov.

112

6
6
105 V* Nov. 16
113
Nov.
2
2 110

Jan.

107

24

39*4 Feb. 10
9 109*4 June 9

Aug. 12

104 V* June 29 108

Mar.!

Sept.:

ul'i

Jan.

Nov. 30

Jan.

Mar.

Nov. 20

Nov. 20

Mar.

Nov. 28

Jan.

Nov. 17

June

123 *4 May 20
108 V* Apr. 16
103*4 Mar. 6

Aug.

104

:

2

108** Nov. 19
102** Nov. 13
101

Nov. 27
Nov. 19

108** Nov. 19
102** Oct. 16
102
May 23
104** Jan. 14

Nov.

105

Nov. 19

105

47

Nov. 30

108 *4 July
Jan.

ss*

23

Jan.

23

71

Nov. 21

111

101

Nov.

Sale

39

Nov.

Sale

122 *4 123
80
90

363*
73 v*
123

82

37
Sale
Sale
88

1013* 102 v*
102**
106*jj 107 v* 10634 1063*
10734
4
Sale" 107 v*
106*4 107 v*
Sale
106 v* Sale
9934 Sale
98** Sale
103 v*
10534 Sale

65 V* Nov.

Oct.
74
104 V* Jan.
111

Nov. 30

46*4 Nov. 30
Apr.

71

Nov. 21

101

Nov. 24

83

112V* Nov. 12

5

97*4 Nov.
102** Nov.
36*4 Nov.

101

39

72 V* Nov.

Nov.

5

76 V*
123

Nov.

Nov. 10

87

122** Nov.
84

m

181*
103

105

104

108**
10634
1143*
Sale" 115*4
115
115 v* Sale
115*4
101?* Sale 102*4
Sale
122
12334
Sale
111
113*4
119*4 Sale 121
105 v* Sale
107 v*
106 h
111"

Sale

Nov. 13

Nov. 30

42
32 V* Apr. 30
49 V* Jan.
3 77
119V* Jan. 25 123
60

May
Feb.

Nov. 12

Oct.

107 *4 Nov.

Nov.

2

Jan.

106**
104 3*
97?*
104 V*

Nov. 16

Jan.

Nov. 20

26

87

Nov.

Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov. 19

8

Feb.

3

Oct.

22

Nov. 30

Nov. 13

7 102*4 Jan.

13

2
6 107 V4 Nov.
27 107 V* July 28

30 107
Mar. 17 100

105 *4 Nov. 30

6

8
14 106 V* Oct.
1 107 V* Nov. 12

Jan.

Nov. 20

Nov. 20

Nov., 10 105 *4 June 27

103** Nov. 10 104

Sale
Sale

106

Nov,

Nov. 23

4 106 V* Nov.

4

103** Nov.

107 V* Mar. 24

108 V* Feb.

Sale

105*4 Sept.

108 V* Feb. 25
107 V* July 13

9

110** Jan.
Sale

115V*
114V*

113V*

June

2

"Nov." 18

111*1 Jan.

116

Nov. 18

5

Nov. 13

Ill V* Jan.

100** Sept.
118*4 Jan.

115V* Nov. 13
103 V* Nov. 30
124 V* Nov. 24

Sale

101

6

Nov. 30

125
Sale

122

4

Nov. 24

111*4

2

Nov. 10

109

Jan.

114

Mar.

Sale

119

2

Nov. 12

Nov. 12

Nov.

115V* Jan.
99V* Jan.
105 V* Jan.
105 V* Jan.
115V* Jan.
106 V* Jan.

122

2

Sale

Sale

110**

Sale

111

Sale

105*4
108**
109 *4

Sale
1153* 116

121V*
114**

Sale

Feb.

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.

13

Nov. 30

Nov. 24
Apr. 27 101
2
Oct. 23 151V* Jan.

106 34 Nov.
107 V* Nov.

Sale

121 *4

Mar. 12

100*4 Nov.

39*

104

40*4
Sale

Nov. 30

Mar.
5
5
113 V* Oct.
122
Nov. 20

115

Nov.

Nov. 25

Nov. 27

113** Mar. 9
113*4 Jan. 17
Apr. 18

July

9

2

2

Sale

Sale

Nov. 24

4

104

Sale

Nov.

104

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

101

Nov. 21

72 V* Nov.

Sale

Sale

Mar. 12

Nov.

161"**

7034 Sale

Sept. 11

112 V* Mar.
85 *4 Mar.

99*4 Feb.

101V* Nov. 13
116*4 Nov. 30

100**

46*4
4634

Nov. 21

107

Nov. 13

10034

102 v*

Jan.

88
76

6

113

104**

103

Sale

Jan.

93

8
21
26

2

Nov.

1002'jzNov.
109 *4 Nov.
106** Nov.
101 *4 Nov.
100 V* Nov.
100 *4 Nov.

Sale

Jan.

74

19
15

3 109*4 Sept. 21
99*4 Jan.
Jan. 22
107 *4 Oct. 29 108
Jan. 16
103
Aug. 11 106
Jan.
107
4
104** June
107 V* Apr. 11
1043* Apr.
Mar. 16
109
107*4 Aor.

Nov. 24

33 v* Nov.

Jan.

104

1
2

109*4 June
106

11234 Nov.

110**

108*

Stamped dollar bonds..... 1948 M N
Gen mtge 3% a series B
.1970 A O

732.000
Consol 4 Vis issue of 1915..
1960 F
25.000
General 4Ha Serlea A
1965 J
229,000
General 5a Series B........
1968 J
159,000
Debenture gold 4 Via
.1970 A
436,000
General 4)4® series D
1981 A
292,000
Gen mtge 4Via series E
.1984 J
213,000
21,000 Peoples Gas ft Coke 1st 6a..... 1943 A
62,000
Refunding gold 5s............ 1947 M

Sale

113

2

Sept. 11

73

July
July

.....

1960 J

1st ft ref gold

Sale

Nov.

107

111 *4
Sale

Nov.

103 3* Nov. 23 1043* "Nov." 2
104 *4 Nov. 10 105
Nov.
7
Nov. 12
10534 Nov. 30 107

112*4 113*4 112v*
Ills
111*4 Sale
101**
101V* 102
116*4 Sale 113*4

70**

64

107

10254

28-year 4s

72 v*

65*4 Sale

1937 M S

Nov. 23 113

113v*
Nov. 10 122
120
121
120 *4 121** 120
123 *4
122
1223* 121** Nov.
121*4
Sale" 107** Sale 1063* Nov.
107
1073*
100
Sale
Nov.
100 *4 100** 100
101?*
Sale
102 V*
102 *4 Sale
101
1003* Nov.
Sale

5754 Sale

Guar 3)48 coll tr ctfa ser B
1941 F
Guar g 3Via tr ctfa series C__. 1943 J
D
Guar g 3Vis tr ctfa aeries D... 1944 J D
40-year guar tr ctfa 4a Ser B.. 1953 M N

107 v*
105 v*

114** 112

112v*

Sale
100*4 Sale
109 *4 Sale
106** Sale
101*4 Sale

Sale

29
109

Sale

101

34

S

Sale

403* Sale

151**

.1944
97,000 Parmeiee Trans conv deb 6s
.194®
12,000 Pateraon ft Passaic G ft B 5a
4,000 •Paulista Ry 1st ft ref 7s aer A.. .1942 M

33**

Sale
Sale

92

.1955

.....

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3Vis tr ctfa aeries A

120
119

104 *4

.....

Nov. 21
108*4 Nov. 17 110
107 *4 Nov.
4 109*4 Nov. 17

111

111*4 113 v*
110** Sale

99v*
91v*

1940

112

Sale

105 v*

104*4 Sale

4Hs—1955

242",000

112

55

.

Sale

112 v*
112
113

Sale
101v* 103
102*1 Sale

..1946
40,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st g is..
8,000 Pacific G ft E gen ft ref 5a ser A--1942
1st & ref 4s series G
1964
156,000
1st & ref mtge 3*4s ser H
281,000
1961
1938
23,000 Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4s
♦2d extended gold 5a.........1988
13,000
1937
71,000 PaciMc Tel ft Tel lat 5s
Ref mtge 3**s series B
163.000
1966

112

113 v*
Sale
103

105 v*

1963 M

f g 5a.

Sale

109

96

Ohio Pub Service lat ft ref 7 >*s—1946 A
lat ft ref 7a serlea B..
......1947 F

Nov. 21
5 112
82
Nov. 20
4
2 105v* Nov. 16

*!

102*4 Jan.
3 105*4 May
Jan.
103** Feb. 20 106
May
101** Jan.
~ 107
120
Jan.
127*4 Oct.
112 V* Jan.
120** Oct.

69

Nov. 14

108

15

Jan.

Nov. 10

65

Sale

63 V* Apr.

Nov. 18

105

87v*

107

*i

122 V* Nov. 30

Sale

106

May
May

4

Nov.

107 v*

102*4

15

108

Jan.

17v* Nov.

55
Nov.
120 j* Nov.
Nov.

84

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

22

9

Nov. 24

1033* Nov.
122

15v* Nov.
14** Nov.

94
99

Nov. 10

107

Sale

Sale

14
19
15

Oct.

Nov.

109 34 109

101*4 Sale

Oct.

Jan.

110

Sale

10434
Sale
Sale
108*4

3

104

109

Sale 103*4
104** 105 *4 10434
106
Sale
105*4
108** Sale 108

2
2

21 107 V* June

Jan.

82 v*

104 v*

13

June

1 107 V*

9

Sale

108*4 109

Sept. 11

108 *4 Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

112*4

102

Sale

107

104

111** Sale
109** Nov.
80 *4 Nov.
81** Sale
104 *4 104 v* 102
Nov.

81

107

103

101v*

8434
109 v* Sale

3

Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

109

.....

Oct.

Nov. 19

Nov/23

104*4 105
104*4 Sale 104*4 Nov.
106
106v* 104** Nov.
126v* 131v*
11834 123
87

QK

61

90

104

87

103** May 27

1083*

93

105 v* 105
Sale
105

84 *4

69 V*

14
6

173

Sale

60

Jan.

9

Feb.

49 V* Feb.

Jan.

104

Sale

06

56*4

Jan.

98

W4

2

Apr.

101

Jan.

Sale

Sale

05*4 Sept.

Nov.

18

Nov. 20

104

1053i6 105 v*
106 v* Sale"

Nov. 24

23

Feb.

5 111

Oct.

08

Jan.

Nov. 21

10334 104
109 v* Sale
88V* 90

16

4

Nov. 10

51*4

26 V* Feb. 20
40*4 Jan. 23

Nov. 23

81

Sale

Nov.

P

90

85
Sale

13**
Sale
108 v*
107
Sale
106 v*
106
102*4 103 v* 102*4
108 v* Sale
1103*
Sale
17
15v*
17
16v*

Nov. 20

Feb.

93

87

64

62

106*4
107**
108 v*
107 v*
107 *4

13
14
14
14
30
22
10
30
9
7
30
3
31
2
99*4 Jan.
6
05*4 Aug. 21

3

8
11
38*4
37*4 Feb. 11
Feb. 11
Feb. 11
Feb.

37

70

Sale

82

14v* Sale

Nov. 30

7

*< July

Feb.

39

Nov.
Nov.

87

83
Sale

Sale" 121""

61

6
9

62** Nov.

Sale

91

5

Nov. 10

94

107** 106*4 Nov.
107 v* 106 v* Nov.

109 v*
94

44** Nov.

1083* Nov. 19

107 v* Nov.
108
Nov.

89 v*

115*4
106**

Sale

93 *4 Nov.
107 v* Nov.
49v* Nov.
106 v* Nov.

"66*4

52

110v* Sale

Sale

108**
106 v* 107*4
107 *4 Sale

9

Nov. 24

87 v* Nov.

100

85**

Nov.

5
7

37 v* Nov.
5
90
Nov 10

46

34




Nov. 14

Sale

108

20,000

2

18

40** Nov. 24

J

44",000

Nov.

Sale

8

4 Vis

Nov.

48

Sale

V

22,000

37

Nov. 23

Sale

Sale

J

360",000

32

44

Sale

36
87

MN

4,000
10,000
2,000
7,000
225,000
187,000
26,000

243* July
25
July
23 *4 July
26*4 July
35*1 June
15*4 May
28
July
84** July
36
July
32 V* July
03
Apr.
823* Jan.
04** Mar.
31** Jan.

Sale

93

3047

lat guar g 4a.. 1948
Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4a
1943
Ohio Edison 1st mtge 4s......... 1965
Ohio Indiana ft West 5s...Apr 1 1938

s

Nov. 19

Nov.

Sale

36

174.000 Ogden ft Lake Cb

738,000

35
35

Nov. 24

33 *4 Nov. 10
29 v* Nov. 30
33 *4 Nov. 21

42** Sale

55 v*
105
75

1st ft ref 6s serlea B
1941
46,000
Ref mtge 4)4® series B
284,000
1961
Ref mtge 5s
22,000
1964 MN
J
2.000 N*western Teleg 4)4® extended —1944 J
104,000 Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5 Via
1957 MN

72,000

27** Nov. 25

24

32

Sale

43

Ref ft Impt 5a Serlea D.......3947
Northern Ry of Calif guar 5a....1938

sec

25 *4 June
24
July

Nov. 10

32

21

113

Impt 6a Series B.......3947

Ref ft Impt 5s Serlea C

81.000 Otis Steel

Nov. 30

32

32

Sale

8

.

Oregon RR ft Nav

Nov. 13

32

34**

44 v*
Sale

8

Northern Pact fir prior Hen «a.
.1997
Gen lien ry ft Id gt 3a
Jan 3947

8,000
4,000
66,000
3,000
43,000
20,000
27,000
172,000
98,000

33

sale of April 1 1933

401,000
367,000
279,000
403,000
59,000
108,000

12~,666

Nov. 13
27 v* Nov. 25

33

Sale

Sale

105

1945

Sale

33 v*
35 v*

48

103*4 Sale
101** Sale
116
121*4

April 1 1935 incl- coupons.1945

Ref ft

16*4

34

It*

37v*
36** Sale

102*4 Sale

{♦Northern Ohio Ry 1st guar 5s.
April 1 1934 and sub coupons.. 1945 A O
♦Oct 1935 and sub coupons

v*
v* Sale

30x4
30 v*
335*
33**
30 v*

104 v*

8

Aug 15 1963 F A
..Nov 15 1969 MN

5 Vis ser B
5a aeries C....

North Cent gen ft ref 5s aer A...1974 M
Gen ft ref 4 Via aeries A
1974 M

18,000

29 H
25 *4

9

4

Nob. 23

2

Nov. 28

19

Nov. 13

6

Nov. 16

Nov.
111** Mar.
111 V* Mar.
108

6

9
4

5

121V* Nov. 13
116*4 Nov. 16

28

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in
INovember

It[Value,

4,000
16,000
14,000

1936

15,665
1,000
40,000
49,000
53,000

24,556
68,000

299,000

NO*

8

Sale

Sale
123
111

Sale
113
130

F

A

J

J

.1940 A O
Con 4%« series B Auar g..... .1942 A O
Con 4H* series C guar g
.1942 MN
Con 4a series D guar g
.1945 MN
.1949 F A
.1953 J D
.1957 MN
.1960 F A

.1963 FA
Con 4Hs series J guar....... .1964 MN
Gen guar.Ss series A......... .1970 ID
General g 5s ser B_.......... .1975 AO

General 4 Hs series C
J
.1977 J
Pitts Va A Char 1st guar 4s... .1943 MN
Pitts A West Va 1st 4%a ser A
.1958 J D
...

.

1st mtge 4%a series B........ .1959 A O
1st mtge 4Hs aeries C........ .1960 A O
Pitts Y A Ash 1st gen 4s ser A. .1948 ID
1st gen 5s series B
.1962 P A

.......

Portland General Electric 4Us..1960 M S
1st 58 1935 extended to 1950........ J
3
Porto Rlcan Am Tobac cony 6s_.1942 3
J

3

J

J

M 9
725,666 Pure Oil Co s f 4%s with warr
1950 3
J
4% a without warrants........1950 J
56,000

35,000
674,000
3,000
436,000
1,099,000
110,000
115,000
28,000
i
23,000

Gen & ref 4%a series B
..1997
Remington Rand deb 4%s w w—1956
Rensselaer A Saratoga 1st gu 6s.1941
Republic Steel Corp 4%a ser A..1950
Gen mtge 4%a series B
1961
Purch money 1st 5H( conv
1954
Revere Copper A Brass 1st
4^ s..1956

♦Rhelnelbe Union a f g 7s—
♦Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6s

92,000

"19",655

I

111% 112 %

115% 1163*
115%
115% Sale"
116
116%

23

Sale

.....

123

♦Guar sinking fund 6%a B

1946 J

♦Stamped

.

...

Sclo Vail A N B 1st guar g 4s

J

...

1989 MN

Hi*

80

72%
t07% 107%
64 % Sale
36 % Sale

125
121

15% July

8

Nov. 27

23

111
Ill

Aug.

Ill

Jan.

14

5
Apr.
9
32% Jan. 13
55

34

Jan. 31
Feb. 25
June 20

112% Jan. 10
114
Apr.
9
113% Feb. 15
113% Oct. 29
106% Apr. 18
111

Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 12

109
Feb.
108% Jan.

114% Nov. 23

115% Jan.

126
125
122

Nov.
Nov.

118

Nov.

115

115% Jan.

Nov.

107

Oct. 23
Nov. 19
Nov. 18

Sept. 29
122% Nov. 17

Jan.
Jan.

116

Nov.

Feb.

Mar.

5

119% Apr .

120

% Jan.
% Jan.

106

Nov. 27

106

Nov.

Nov.

5

108%
105%
104%

"96% "Nov."
95

Nov.

95% Nov.

Aug. 18
96% Nov. 9

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

96

Aug.

Oct.

Oct.

10

23

Nov. 17 106
Nov. 20 106

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

2

66'

May

106% 106% 106
78
Sale
78% "79%
37% Sale
38% Sale
104% 104% 105
104% Nov.

Nov.

4

1041

Apr.

108

Jan.

82% Oct. 14
41% Jan. 23
105% Nov. 20

Sale

105

105

75

Sale

73% Sale

4 75
Nov. 19 106%
Nov. 2
81
37% Nov. 1 40%

73
106
78

110%

99

Sale"

92

16

13

Sale

12% Nov. 24

12

87%

iS8M

Sale

104%

76% Sale
Sale

96

100%
92%
93%
102% Sale
107% 107%
107% 108

113
109

Sale

Sale

80% 84%
115% Sale 113% "Nov."23 119% "Nov." 5
Sale
105
104% Nov. 5 105% Nov. 24
100
Sale
Nov. 18
98% Nov. 4 101
260
116% Sale
103

230

200
93

Sale

Sale

111

118%
99%
108%
105%
31%
24%

120%
Sale
98%
109% 108%
Sale
105%
32% 31%
27% 24%
Sale

Sale
30
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale"
94
Sale

49%

118
15

107% Sale
103% Sale
76

8980

74

-

52

Sale

40%
82

30
28

■

84

85

Sale

26

30

22%

24%
Sale

Nov,

Nov.

112

2

112

121% Nov. 28
99% Nov. 2
Nov.
4
109
106
Nov. 27

Nov.

Nov.
105
31 ii Nov

32

Nov.

5

24% Nov

25

Nov.

9

27%
27%
27%
27%

Nov. 12
Nov. 2
Nov. 4
Nov. 28

27% Nov. 13

43
43

Nov.
Nov.

58
90
81
42

Nov ."~2

4
2

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
52% Nov.

23
19
30

37

28

65" "Nov 28
.

Nov. 20

90

Nov. 25

82% Nov.

2

Nov. 23

49

4

Nov. 20
Nov.

107% Nov. 2 108% Nov. 25
Nov.
2
17% Nov. 25 22
30

Nov. 25

34% Nov.

2

32% Nov. 19

36% Nov.

2

104% Nov. 4 105% Nov. 18
111% Nov. 14 111% Nov. 14
Nov.
5
102% Nov. 28 103

83% Nov. 25

84%

83

39% Nov. 20
82% Nov. 5

83% Sale

Nov. 21

126

4

7

28% Jan.

24

34

15
33% Feb. 21
Feb,

33% Mar.

3

33% Mar. 26
53

Nov. 30

52% Nov. 30
3
107% Jan.
61
Sept. 15
94% Jan. 31
90
54

18*
§1*

Jan.

24% July
24
Aug.
24% July

43

Feb.

1
7

Aug.

24

Feb.

Jan.

6

Sept.

4

Feb.

7

Feb.

1
23

42% Jan.

102% Sept. 30 105% Nov. 18
2 111% Nov. 14
107% Jan.
102% Nov. 28 105% Mar. 7
85
Mar. 7
Apr. 28 92
78
June
5 101
Mar. 3

67% Jan.
34% Aug.

83% Nov. 10

Nov.
2
Feb. 19

Jan.

34

Jan.

87% Nov. 7
84% Nov. 12
6

13

Nov. 25

109% Jan.

76% May
37% Jan.
112% Jan.
107
Sept.
13

Jan.

106% Nov. 27

35% June
Sept.
May

35
90

9

100% Feb. 25

June

43% Nov.

71

75

Jan.

Jan.

3
13
4
2

7
Sept. 26
51% Feb. 13

87% Nov.
86
86

Feb.

19

30% Nov.
30% Nov.

Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

31

Nov.

Jan.

31% Oct. 10
5
30% Nov.
32% Sept. 21

Nov.

30% Nov.

Jan.

31

Nov.

28% Nov.

Jan.

Nov.

26% Nov.

Jan.

94% Nov.

97

Nov. 21

Jan.

69
63
48

71%Nov. 17
68% Nov. 6

Jan.

30% Oct. 10
29% Oct. 10
Sept. 9
Oct.
9
75

Jan.

68%

Jan.

56% Oct.

25%
22%
24%
22%

Nov.

23%
22

Nov.

Novi

Nov.

Nov.
55
100% Nov. 24 100^
100% Nov. 10 100

30
Sale

19% Nov. 25

104% 10 4% Nov.
102% 101% Nov.
107

Nov.

Sale" 121% Nov.

123% NoV. 13

101

Nov.

103

111% Nov.
115% Nov.

112

45
Sale
Sale

40
42

Nov.
Nov.

41% Nov.
41

Nov.

120

Nov.

Nov. 10

101% Nov. 16
INov.24

115

Nov. 19
Nov. 17

Nov. 27
44
Nov.
6
Nov. 2
Nov.
6
Nov
7
120% Nov. 21

8*

Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 24 102% Jan.
Nov, 10 102% Jan.

Nov. 24

105% Nov. 16

Sale

Sale

2

el07*

113

"46""

Nov.

Apr. 21 107
May 19 31
July 15 27

23% Nov. 10

Sale

120%

112

24

Nov.

112%

118

Nov.

July
95% July
106
May
102% Feb.
27% May
21% May
May
23
May
23
May
23% May

27%
27%
27%
53

Apr.

Mar. 20
June
5

104% Nov. 12
108% Jan. 17
108
May 15
113% Nov. 18

106

Nov.

112

48

122

Apr.
96% Jan.

Nov.

101%

"8* Sale
Sale
il* Sale

275% Nov, 18

9

Nov.

158
63

117
98
108

42

Sale

105

i

Nov.

Mar.

Feb.

105% Oct.
Nov. 23 105% Mar.
July
113% Nov. 18 106

40%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
74

101% 102%
106% 407%
121% Sale

■

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

I-

46

100% 102
100%
105%

47

Nov. 25

108
108

Nov. 30
Feb. 18

Jan.

Jan.

102

27%
26%
95%
71%
66% Sale
54

122

104% Nov. 12

83%

83

30

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

100%

85% Sale

104%
Sale
Sale
109

56%
60%
112% 114%

Sale

"60%
94

IF

275% Nov. 18

100

99

100%

103%
117%
89%
108%

Sale
Sale

Sale

—

104

58
50

Sale

Sale
28

Sale
103% 104% 105
111%
111%
102% Sale
102% 104

106% Sale

"57"" "75""

Sale

28
27%
27%
28%
27% Sale
30
27%
52% Sale

103
55

Nov.

Mar. 11

21%
92%
131%
105%
103

112
Sale

122%
Sale" 108%
Sale
18% Sale
30
26% 30

Sale

99

Jan.

102%
107% 108% 107%
107* Sale 107
112% 107

31

Oct.
Oct.

July

112

107

14

24

80% Feb. 17

Aug.

Nov. 12

107

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 17

Nov. 7
9 105% Nov. 20
5
99
Nov. 30

Sale

14 % Sale
79
Sale

For footnotes, see page 30.




9

113

O

.1946 AO

July

95% Sept. 30
111% Sept. 25

93
94

34%

J

Mar. 13 109
Jan.
Oct. 24 108% Feb.

111%

Sale

J

105
103
37

110
110

Sale

J

103% Jan.

73
75
74
110

J

J

Jan.

_

109% July

30

D

Nov. 13

123

119

Sale

Jan Ant A Aran Pass 1st guar 4s.l943 J
J
Sun Antonio Public Serv 1st 6s A. 1952 J
J
Santa Fa Prase A Phenix 1st 5s..1942 M S

{♦iSchulco Co guar 6%s
♦Stamped

107% 107

Sale

J

Jan.

110

114%Nov."23

Nov. 2 126
Nov. 18 125
Nov. 4 122
Nov.
2 122%
Nov. 19 107%

Sale

126

Sale

J

J

113

Nov. 12
Nov. 10
Nov. 16
Nov. 18
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov.
2

89

121

118%

8

J

111
120

114

93

11»

1943
Montana Ext 1st gold 4s
Zl937
tPacific Ext sterling guar 4s.. 1940
St Paul Union Depot 1st 5s guar. 1972

28
27
12
30

111

114% Nov. 25

114%

93% Nov. 28

♦♦River A Gulf Div 1st g 4s...1933 MN
208,000
68% Sale
♦Certificates of deposit
42,000
65%
{♦StL PeoAN W 1st5s
95,000
1948 j""j
35% 39%
J
29,000 St L Rky M A Pac 5s stmpd
1956 J
75
Sale
{♦St Louis-San Francisco Ry— "
♦Prior lien 4s series A
J
341,000
1950 J
Sale
16
♦Certificates of deposit...i"
451,000
Sale
♦Prior lien 5s series B
116,000
..1959 }~~j
17%
♦Certificates of deposit—III—
78,000
Sale
15
♦Con M 4%s series A
615,000
1.11978 MS 14% Sale
♦Certificates of deposit stamped.
492,000
,13% Sale
120,000 {♦St Louis Southwest 1st g 4s
1989 MN
76% Sale
♦2d gold 4s income bond..Nov 1989 J
J
6,000
Sale
50
♦1st terminal & unif 5s
96,000
1952 J; J ,39% Sale
♦Gen A ret 5s series Ai£x'i
238,000
.Zl990 jjp
28% Sale
3,000 lit Paul City Ry Cable 5s_!
1937 hj 100% 101 w
Guaranteed 5s..
1,000
V——.1937 j J 100%
St Paul A Duluth 1st consoi 4s.11968 J D
103%
{♦St Paul B Grand Trunk 4 Us
J
1947 J
29%
132.000 {♦St Ppul A K C Short L guar 4%al941 F A 17% Sale
St Paul Minn A Manitoba—
5s extended to July 1

8

23
22
28
27
12
8 118
Aug.
8
10 115% Mar. 26
2 107% Oct. 31

Apr.
105% June

O

St Lawr A Adirondack 1st g 5s
2d gold 6s
--....1996 A O
St Louis Iron Mtn A South—

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

110

Sale

107%

.1962 MS

J

Nov. 18

Aug. 13

Sept.
Sept.
Jan.
104% Nov.
Mar. 20 113% Nov.
Feb. 10 130% Nov.

111

Sale

1937 MN
J
1996 J

99
19
112
106
100

89

113

Sale

1st 5s

Jan.

Sale Prices

4

104%

Sale

J

M 4%a„ .1966 A
1st g 4s. 1947 i

25

9

108% Jan.
98% Jan.

.

Nov.

112
Nov.
6
112% 111% Nov.
112% Nov.
112% Nov. 6
113% Nov. 27 113% Nov. 27

114%

94
Sale

69 % .75%

D

112,000 Saguenay Pow Ltd 1st
1,000 St Jos A Grand Island
15,000 St Joseph Ry L H A P

Nov. 27

95

J

Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4s.l949 J
141,000 Rutland R R 1st cons g 4%a
1941 J

23

Sale"

J

36",665

24% Nov.

Highest

Sale Prices
76
Jan.
2

107% Nov. 13 108% Nov. 12 105% Sept. 17 109
81
Nov. 2
70
Jan.
2 85
82% Nov. 28

"96%

Sale
74
107 %

.

A

Nov.

Sale

A

M

94

47

122%
119% 122""
119% Sale
107% 107%
111%

♦1st con Acoll trust 4s series A 1949 A O
Rochester Gas & El 4Hi ser D...1977 M S

Gen mtge 5s series E

80

112

188

Sale
54
96

....

97,000 ♦{♦Rockla Ark A Louis lat4%a ..1934
♦Ruhr Chemical 6s............. 1948

72,000
<7,000
8,000
30,000
244,000
35,000
6,000
9,000
23,000
w
9,000
1,000
9,000

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

100

104%
113%
130%
30 117%
6 115
2 107
24 107
20 105
27 50}
24 20}

Sale

107
105
73

J

F

105
48

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

111
111
112
109 % 111
103 %
108
108
108

11,000 ♦Rhine-West Elec Power 7a—-,—1950 MN
♦Direct mortgage gold 6s
30,000
1952 MN
♦Cons mtge 6s.. ..............1953 FA
22,000
♦Cons mtge 6s with warrants.. 1955 A O
17,000
722,000 ♦{♦Richfield Oil of Calif 6a... 1944 MN
♦Certificates of deposit.......
MN
846,000

"MOO

Sale

Sale

J

1953

115
Sale

108% 107% 108

M S

M N
A O
F A
M N
J J
"
J
..1946 "

Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s..l952
♦Rlma Steel s f 7s
....1955
6,000 {♦Rio Grande June 1st guar g 5s 1939
112,000 ♦Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s
1939

106%
107% 106%

Sale
Sale

158

J D
A O
J
1
J

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

166% Sale'

'

Nov.

lis"" 114%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 23
Nov. 2
Nov. 5
Nov, 9

114%
106%
106%
103%

Sale

J

M N

Sale

99
104% Sale 102
109
114% 113
130
129
130
117% Sale 117%
100

Sale

J

J

1956

296,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5s
1948
{♦ Radio Keith Orph pt pd ctfs
for deb 6s A com stk
2,000
(65% pd)
♦♦Debenture gold 6s....
226,000
...1941
197,000 Read Co Jersey Cen coll g 4a
1951
Gen A ret 4^8 series A
72,000
1997

2

M.N

M

P C C & St L fl 4%« series A

^Providence Terminal 1st 4s

Nov. 18

16% Nov.

Sale

1952 MN

.

99

Sale

.......

.

97%
16% Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale"

Convertible deb 6s
1949 M 8
J
a f 4s... 1937 J
Pillsbury Plour Mills 30-yr 6s
1943 1 O

353,000
5,000
44,000
933,000 {♦Postal Teleg A Cable coll 5s.. .1953
54,000 Potomac Elec Power 1st M 3%S—1966
425,000 Pressed Steel Car deb 5s.__
1951
8,000 {♦Providence Securities deb 4s gul957

Sale

Sale Prices
97
Nov.
1
15
Nov. 12

J

Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr

3%a series B guar g
Con 4s series P guar g.......
Con 4s series G guar g
Con 4s series H guar g_.
Con 4%« series I A

Sale

Ask
Sale

Highest

112

General 4Ms series D
1981 J D
Phila Company secured Sold 5s.1967 J D
Phila Rlec Co 1st 4 %•
...1967 MN
1st 8c ret g 4s
1971 J D
PhMa 8c Read G A I ref 5s...
J
1973 J

Pirelli CO (Italy) cony 7s

Ask Bid

Ask
Sale
Sale

Lowest

Nov. 30

J

Pere Marquette 1st 5s series A... 1956 J
1st 4s Series B
.............1956 J
1st g 4H* series C
1980
Phila Bait A Wash 1st g 4s..... 1943
General 5« Series B...........1974
Gen 4 4Ms series G
—1977

Nov. 2

112% Nov. 27 112% Nov. 27
Nov.
5 105% Nov.
Sale" 105% Sale" 105
6

1st gen 5s series C........... .1974 J D
1st 4H> series D...
.1977 J D
50,000 Port Arthur Canal A Dock 6a... .1953 F A
1st mtge 6s series B_.
10,000
.1953 F A

;

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

Con

7,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS
N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

t
158,000 Peoria 8c East let cons 4s.......1940 AO
♦Income 4s (flat).............1990 A O
174,000
2,000 Peoria 4c Pekin Un 1st
A...1974 F A

161,000
245,000
830,000
6,000
7,000
1,000
9,000
245,000
60,000
109,000
422,000
649.000
222,000
17,000
15.000

EXCHANGE-BONDS

6

6

30
31

31

Sept. 17
Feb.
Feb.

13
4

7
103% June 26 107% Jan.
7
101% Nov. 16 104% Feb.
8 107% June 11
104% Jan.
2 124% May 25
117% Jan.
89

Jan.

2 103
Nov. 19
23 112% Nov. 17

108

Jan.

112

Mar. 20 115% Nov. 27
Mar. 25
June
9

34

&
28

Aug.

4

June 24

25% July

114% Jan.

8*

Feb. 21

66

Feb.

6

Feb. 26
31
66
10 120% Oct;
1

N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1936]
Sales in
November

Value

II

BONDS
N. Y.

STOCK

1936

$

22,000 •{♦Seaboard alf lio« lit g 4l —j'®® a o
a o
315,000
•♦Stamped 4a.
—.1950
f a
163,000
♦Adjustment 5s..———Oct 1949
398,000
•♦Refunding * 4s
1959 a o
♦Certificates of deposit
-119,000
ms
♦1st at cons 4s series a.....-.1945
1,544,000
♦Certificates of deposit......468,000
ms
•♦Atlan-Blrm DIt 1st ft 4s.May 1933
29,000
tSeaboard-au Fla 1st 4s a
...1935
♦Certificates of deposit..,
592,000

IV*

22

:

•'

6%
11%
14%
12%

South bollt at t 1st s

j

Southern Colorado Power

j

j

j

d

IBs——-1941
1st g 4s 47
Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug.'49
1st 4%a (Oregon Lines) ser a—1977
Gold 4Hs
— -ww
Gold 4^s
-—May 1 1969

j

m

£

m

£

— •

1981

Gold 4%a

10-year secured 3%s————1946
San Francisco Term 1st 4s....195s
So Pac of Calif 1st cons 5s
.1937
"5" 665 South Pac Coast guar 4s
1937
1955
497,000 South Pac rr 1st ref guar 4s

stamped..............—1955
Southern Ry 1st cons 5s.....—1994
Devel at gen 4s series a....—1956
Devel ft gen 6s series a....... 1956
Devel at gen 6%s series a
1956
Memphis DIt 1st g 5s.....
1996
St Louis DIt 1st g 4s
1951
Bast Tenn reorg lien 5s.....—1938

'M

j

100

550*,606

Staten 1«1 Ry 1st gu g

93
63

a
a

Swift St Co 1st m

deb 6s..l945
3%a——...—1950
Symington-Gould Corp—
67,000
1st mtge conv inc (with war'ts) 1956
Without warrants..———1956
17,000

82

86

77%

m 8

57% Sale

j

j

j

j

84

15

o

j

j

m

s

j

d

---1950

Tol St l 8c West

1st g 4s.

4s c—1942
Tor Ham 5c Buff 1st 4s
..—.1946
Trenton Gas 8c Elec 1st 5s.—.—1949
Trl-Contin'l Corp conv deb 5s ser a'53
Truax-Traer Coal conv ihs——1943
♦Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power 7%s—195.6
♦Guar sec s f 7s ...
1952

;

*6",005
1,000
20,000
21,000
6,000
6,000

70,000
11,000
15,000
29,000
87,000
213,000
324,000
191,000
18,000
112,000
696,000
8,000
422,000
17,000
109,000
119,000
227,000
41,000

12-year 4s conv

1947

deb..

35-year 3%s

4s..——
.1968
debenture.,—....1971

(Amer) deb 5s... 1950
Co (Del) 5s
1953
4s——1944

United Biscuit
United Drug
«) n j

rr at Canal Co gen

.1934
1946

•{♦United Rys St l 1st g 4a
u s Pipe 8c Fdy conv deb 3% a
•1
8 Rubber 1st 8c ref 5s series

♦United Steel Wka g 4kb ser

a..1947
a—1951

For footnote*. *ee page 30.




Sale
Sale
.....

87% Sale

98

97
j

d

m s
j

j

a

o

j

j

j

r>

j

d

a

97

Sale
Sale
Sale

105%
57% Sale

22% Sale
101% Sale

109

99

j

mn

119% 120%
117% 118

fa

s
o
j

a

o

f

a

.—

93

113% Sale

j

d

108

Sale
Sale

116% 117%
103% Sale

mn

a o
m

fl

m

8

m

s

j

j

106% 107

j

99

Sale

111%
25

28

Mar.
Apr. :
Jan. !

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

106% Nov. 20

128% Nov. 22
108% Nov. 27
107

99% Nov,

Nov. 14

99% Nov. 30
6
100% Oct.

99% Nov, 30
6

95% Oct.

7
7

95% Oct.

3

96

Oct.

102% Nov. 19
% Nov. 9

166% Nov."*12

108% Sale 106% Nov.
105%

108% Nov. 24

108% Nov. 24

Nov." 18

ll2"" Nov." 18

If

M

92%
92%
99%
107%

95

Sale

109" "Nov.

112

Sale
Sale
Sale

79
98
101

108

109

Sale

104%

Sale

102%

82% Nov.

Nov.

104% Nov.

Sale

84

53

109% Nov.
106% Nov.
37% Nov.
107% Nov.
100% Nov.

Nov.

106% Nov.
99% Nov.

78

97%
57%
104%
18 103%
28
14%
30 104%
98%
18
14

Nov.""~9

Nov. 23 116%

Sale

102

81% Jan.
Apr.

Nov. 10 104%JSfov. 30

105

2 156% Nov. 12
Nov. 30

Nov.

Nov. 10

136
114

104%

104% 105%
99% Sale

104% 104% 104% Nov.
97% Nov.
98% Sale
Nov.
109% 110%

105

Nov.

121

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

112

109%
119%
110%
107%
103%

110

Sale

119%
111% 111%
Sale
108%
Sale
105%

}8§* Sale"
125

120
Sale

108%
Sale

}03h
107
125

105%
128

105%
107
106
106%
106% Sale 107%
108%
108% 110
71%
72% Sale
Sale
39
38%
102
103% 102%

125% Nov.

188

Sale
Sale

105%
106%
Sale
106%
108%
Sale
70%
Sale
36%
102% 102%

103

Nov.
Nov.

108% Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
107
Nov. 5
128% Nov. 25
5
106% Nov.
107
Nov. 16
107% Nov. 23

Nov.

110

106

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 4
72% Nov. 2
39% Nov. 2
102 % Nov. 10

Nov.

Nov.

h

Nov.
•f

6

81% Nov.
108% Nov. 21

77%
77% Sale
Nov.
107% 108% 106

102%'l01%

9 102% Nov. 19

101% Nov.

95

96%
92
98
108

106% Nov. 18 107
122

91

Sale

90

95

Sale

95

Nov.

93%

90

22%
121%
116%
115%
108%
110

Sale

Sale

112

110

106% Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

135
107

O

F

A

110

110

90%

93%

2%
j

SB

Sale

25

Nov.

121%
117%
116%
109%

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
21% Sale
108% 108% 109% 110
32

70

61

,

72

Nov.

2 156% Nov. 12
23.116% Nov.830
3

Nov.

107

Jan.

107% Nov. 23

Jan,

110
43

99% Jan.

86% Feb. 18
2 108% Nov. 21

96% Jan.

2 103
107

6

100

84% Jan.
8
79
May 19

98

Oct.

Feb.

Nov. 13

Aug. 24

6

Jan.

3

Jan.
Jan.

23

Nov. 20
Nov.
9

Jan.

May 26

June 29
June

5

5

Nov. 20

Mar. 13
Mar.

Jan.

4

Jan.

13

Nov. 19

24 94% Nov. 5
Nov. 27
27 111

5

1

6

8

21
116% Nov. 10
111% Mar. 5
118
Jan. 14
105
Aug. 28
101% Nov. 19
109% Jan. 23
103% Mar. 11
Nov. 13
Feb.

2 107% Apr.
Jan.

5

Nov. 28

70

5

Oct.

14
m* Nov. 20
38
Jan.
6
Nov.
9
June
5 138

107% Nov. 23

67

19

Nov.

Apr. 24 122% July

Nov. 27

Nov.

Feb.

Nov.

Nov. 24 123

Nov. 10

28

Nov. 25
Mai 28

July 29
May 11
Aug. 29

31
6

Jan.

66% Nov.

Oct.

93% Sept.

Feb. 29
June 30

6

Nov. 13

103% Nov.

4

7
24

103% Apr. 11

6

Nov.

Feb.

77% Apr. 30

2
9

Nov.

Nov.

73% Oct.

Jan.

22% Jan.
100% Jan.

9

30%
29%
104%
105%

5

Nov. 16

Jan.

3
2

30

21

128% Nov. 25

Jan.

38

Oct.

107

Jan.

Apr.

138

28

Jan.

Nov.
Nov.

Oct.

Jan.

Nov. 13

103

104% Nov, 30

11,126%

98
97
97
105
57

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

2

13

22
6
6
33% Jan.
104% Jan. 21
105% Nov. 19
78
July 30
75
July 30
33

Feb.

85% May 13 96% Sept. 26
Nov. 27
106% Apr. 25 111

25 110% Nov. 25 107% Jan. 18 110% Nov. 25
13

3% Nov.
32

21% Nov.
60

19

Nov.

107% Nov.

Nov.

108% Nov.

Nov. 18

99
117

112

Nov.

92
Nov.
Sale
92
Nov.
110% 115% 111
110% 115% 110% Nov.
3% Nov.
3% Sale

Nov. 30

21

Nov. 30
110% Nov. 4
101% Nov. 19

Nov.
Nov.

106% Nov.
29% Nov.
29% Nov.
29% Nov.
102% Nov.

63

Nov.

90% Jan.

90% Nov.
91% Nov.
98

Nov.

2k

3

66%

130

Nov. 28

103
94

107% Nov. 18
105% Nov. 25

Nov.

100*32 Nov.
100®32 100%
99
Nov.
99% Sale ioi% Sale
107% 107% 107% 107% 107% Nov.
101% Nov.
102
Sale
102% Sale
114% Nov.
113%
113%
32% Nov.
35% Sale
32% Sale
Sale

Nov. 18

Oct.

120% Feb. 20 122
115
May
9 130

Nov.
Nov. 13 122
14 122% Nov.
4 100
Nov.

99% Nov.

106% 107% 106
105% 105% 105% 104
22 4
Sale
23
23
121 |
Sale 121%
103
Sale
Sale 106
Sale 115% Sale 115%
Sale 109% Sale 108%

106
104

Nov.

123'" 119% Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov. 18

90

31
8

1 107% Jan.

7 128

!loi%~Jan~ "2

-

——

Oct.

Oct.

Jan. 25
Apr. 28 105
3 102% Oct. 13
Jan.
9
9
111% May
4 109% Sept.
Nov. 19
121
Jan.
19 116
Nov. 27
112
27 105Ji Jan.
108% Nov. 25
25
87% Jan.
Nov. 19
106
19 101
July

Nov. 19

100% Nov.
109% Nov.

Nov.

110
110%
%
105%
122
121% 123
121% 122% 120

Nov.

74% Jan,
Jan.
2 125% Nov. 24 120

103% Sale
125% Sale

125% 127

Nov. 14

Oct.
Oct.

1

136
114

117

13
20
13
21
Nov. 18
Oct.

109%
106%
37%
107%
100%

llH

23

Oct.

101%
104%
105%
101%
104%
91%

68%

104% Nov. 4
90% Nov. 28

104% Nov.
30

92%

5

101% Nov. 18

Nov.

June 13

106%- Jan. 22
101% July 17

Nov. 12
104% Nov. 12

Nov.

Nov. 19

118

101

Nov.

149% Sale
116% Sale

A

8

June;

Nov, 14

107

Sale

mn

m

19

11% Nov. 30

7
Nov,
95% Nov. 10

Sale
Sale
Sale

65% Sale

m N

30

95% Nov, 12

29%
30% 29%
29%
29%
30%
30
29%
29%
30
102% Sale 104% Sale
103% Sale 104% Sale
Sale
69
Sale

d

59% Jan.

108% Nov, 27

95% Nov.

116
Nov. 25 127
106% Nov. 30 107

130

103% Sale

30
30
30

Nov, 13
89% Sept. 22
Aug; 10
103%
72% Oct. 14
31% Mar. 4
Jan. 29
90
102% Nov, 10

42% Jan.
23% Aug.

106% Sale

90

119

j

16

Nov.
Nov:
Nov.
Nov.

29% Oct.

&

94% Apr.
81% Apr.

106% Sale

119

90

j

8% Feb. 11
14
13
17

Nov.

X30Vi

90

m n

3% July :

Nov. 13
Nov. 10

25% Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

104% Sale 105% Sale
Sale
31% Sale
Sale
106
106%
Sale
100% Sale

84

119% Sale

Nov.

98% Nov.

Sale

100

93% 97
105% Sale
105% 106
20
17%

Nov.

Nov.

88

82

Nov. 30

56
71% Nov. 6
96%
102% Nov. 10
106% Nov. 20 103%
Nov. 27 114%
128%

Nov.

Sale
Sale

100

9

3% July 10

Nov.
2
Nov. 21
23% Nov. 23

103% Nov.
104%
99
Nov.
100% Sale
.104% Nov.
104% 105% 104% 106
90% 90% 89% Nov.
88%
104

96% Sale

d

11% Nov. 30

64

Nov.

Sale

103% Sale

108
101 % Sale

i

13% June 30

Nov.

102

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
Sale

Sale

o

i

5

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

MS**
87

108% 107% Nov.
Sale
105% Nov.

82%
99% Sale

m s
m

Nov. 30

Apr. 21
6% May 22
4% July
1
7% May
6
6% Apr. 23

11

Nov.

63%
24%

3 %

Nov. 30

14
13
17
16
27

110% Nov. 28 105% May

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
70
102% Sale
106% Sale

80% Sale
106% Sale

.....

2

Nov.

102

Sale

79% Sale
99% Sale

2.000
♦6 %• series c
—
—...1951
18,000
♦Sinking fund deb 6Hs ser a..1947
282,000 Utah Light 8t Trac 1st 8t ref 5a..l944
1944
448,000 Utah Power 8t Light 1st 5s_.
'47
207,000 Utilities Pow 8c Ltg deb g 6hs
Debenture 5s...
.......—1959
399,000

70,000 Vanadium Corp (Am) conv 5s... 1941
1,000 Vandalla consol * 4s a—......1955
Consol 4s Series b.—......—s957
1,000
1934
130,000 •♦Vera Crux 8c Pacific 1st 4%s
•♦July 1914 coupon off.. .....
1942
486",656 ♦Vertlentes Sugar 7s ctfs
54,000 Virginia el 8c Pow 4s ser a——1955
1949
7,000 Va Iron Coal 8t Coke lot g 5s

97

98% "99y
117% 118H

First at refunding

40-year gold

75

105% Sale

1st 8c land gr g 4s. 1947
4a
June 2008 m £
1st lien at reJ 5s...
June 2008 m s

Union Pac rr

104

116

m

1945
1942

74

119% 120%

Nov. 23
Nov. 12
Nov. 13
Nov. 13

13
May 22
11% Apr. 29

25
Nov. 30
25% Nov. 30
8
Nov. 30

165% "Nov."

140

109% 110%

UJlgawa Elec Power secured 7s__ 1945
Union el Lt 8c Pow (Mo) g 5s
1957 a
j
Union Elec l 8c p (iii) 1st 5 %a—1954
•{♦Union Elev Ry Chic 1st 5s
Union oh Cat 30-yr 4s ser a May

105% Sale

Nov. 23

7% Nov.

825-

a

a

Sale

a

f

Tol w Va 8c Ohio 1st guar

•

13%

2

6% Nov.
10%
10%
13%
12%
24%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

104%

f

41,000

Sale

Sale

Sale

108

mn

148,000 t son Cent Ry 1st m 4s ser a or b.1947
1951
18,000 Tenn Coal Iron 8c rr gen 5s
Tenn Copper A Chem—
13,000
Conv deb 6s eerie* b
..——1944
296,000 Tenn Elec Power 1st 6s series a—1947
3,000 Tsrm rr Assn of St l 1st g 4ms—1939
First cons g 5s
-1944
35,000
95,000
Gen ref s f gold 4s.
67,000 Texarkana & f s Ry 5%s a guar.1950
425,000 Texas Corp deb 3h*
1951
—1943
2,000 Texas St n o cons A 5s
3000
30,000 Texas or Pacific 1st g 5s—
Gen ref 5s ser b——......—1977
167,000
Gen 5c ref 6s series c
1979
165,000
Gen 8c ref 5* ser d—.......... 1980
90,000
9,000 Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5hi* a—1964
----i960
173,000 Third Ave 1st ref 4s
384,000
♦Adjustment Income 5s—Jan 1*>60
1937
20,000 Third Ave rr 1st gold 5s
Tokyo Electric Light (Ltd)
1st m 4* $ Series..-—June 15 1953
151,000
63,000 Toledo 8c Ohio Cent ref & imp 3%» *60

/•

98

d

s

,

.

Sale

75%
97%

j

m

-

f

Sale

m s

j

♦Studebaker Corp cons

165,000

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

4J4S-——-1943

456",066

17
16
27

22
Nov. 16
20% Nov. 14

Sale Prices
25
Nov. 30

♦

Sale

68% Sale
71% Sale

a

Sale Prices

100

105%
j

Sale Prtces

127% 129% 128

4s

882,000
263,000
430,000
12,000
117,000
2,000
Mobile at Ohio coll tr 4s
.1938
210,000
1964
48,000 Southw Bell Tel 3%s series b
161,000 s'western Gas & Elec 4s ser d—-i960
223,000 {♦Spokane Internet 1st g 5s....1955
14,000 Staley (a e) Mfg 1st mtge 4s
1946
1961
522,000 Standard oh n j deb 3s

Sale
Sale
Sale

97

j

Lowest

Sale Prices

110%

Sale

106% Sale
106% 108

J

8
14
13

11

Sale
Sale

76% Sale

o

Highest

11% Sale

8

105*1

j

j

Sale

25

50%

80% Sale
87% Sale
76% Sale

m n

mn

13%

108%
98% Sale
83%
102%

107 % Sale
Sale

77

a

Sale
Sale

7

103

m n

j

11%

7% Sale

——,4—1935

Ask

25% Sale

28%

♦Certificates of deposit if-.—-75,000
m s
125,000 Sharon Steel Corp conv deb 4%s_1951
m s
872,000 Shell Union Oil deb 3%s .....—1951
"87
84
22,000 Sbloyetsu el Pow 1st *%•— -—1*53 j d
69 %
69 %
1,000 •♦Siemens ft Halske sec a f g 7s.. 1935 j j
m s
42 % Sale
♦Debenture s f 4Ms........—1951
26,000
f a
30*
29
5,000 •Silesia Elec Corp 6% s—
-1946
f a
76
m
74,000 SUeslan-am Corp coll tr g 7s
1941
j
j
208,000 Skelly Oil debenture 4s
1951
ao 104 %
177,000 Socony-Vacuum oh deb 3hs««d50
a o
114%
10,000 South ft Nor Ala gu 5s—...—1963

109,000
40,000
479,000
603,000
423,000
648,000
649,000
1,140,000
156,000

23%
Sale
Sale

11

—.

■

Ask Bid

Highest'

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2
Bid

Series b

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

29

EXCHANGE—BONDS

„

Nov. 17

6

Nov. 30

2% June 22

11

Jan.

2

6% Feb.

32

10

Nov. 30

109% Nov. 30 106% Mar. 12 109% Nov. 30
58
Oct. 22
July 27 72
66% Nov. 9

30
Sales

H. Y. STOCK
in

Price

BONDS

November
Value

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

1936

$

Bid

19,000 V* 8c Southwest let guar 5a
j
3003 j
94,000
PIrst cons 5a...............—1958 a o
299,000 Virginian Ry 1st & ref 3^8 ser A.1966 M 8

181,000 tWabesh RR 1st gold 5a
*
76.000
Second gold 5s

Ask

102 X 108
81

Sale

9454

♦Ref 8c gen 434s series C

♦Certificates of deposit
♦Ref 5c gen 5s series D

"i:666

a

a

111

o

M

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

8

Wash Wat Pow 1st ref 5s
.......1939 j
1

j

j

Sale
Sale

10454

General gold 4s......
...1943 a o
{♦Western Pacific 1st 5s ser A
1946 M 8
♦Assented

Sale

36 Ji
Sale

.......

1938 1

j

Sale

1950 m n

Sale

d
1951 i
I960 m s

Sale
Sale

1953 i
2361 i

j

Sale

j

Ctfs dep

Steel lat 7s.1935
Chase Nat Bank...
i

Wilkes-Bar re 8c Bast 1st
gu g 5a.1942

j

Wllmar 8c Slouz Palls 1st 5s

Wilson 5c Co 1st M 4s

ser

fi

1938 j

J

195 j

A

j

Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s
j
I960 j
{♦Wisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4a..1949 j j
♦Certificates of deposit
151,000
♦♦Sup 5c Dul DIt 5C Ter 1st 4s. 1936 MN
30,000
♦Certificates of deposit
{♦Worcester 5cConn Bast Ry 4Hsl943

receivership,

exchange

bankrutpcy,

being reorganized under Section 77
or securities assumed
by
such companies.
of the
•

♦

or

Bankruptcy Act,

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

Bond selling flat.

Deferred delivery sales, only transactions of
the current month, and not
included in year's
a

range.




Sale

36

Sale

33

3654
Sale

10454
10754
10654
10854
2554

Sale
Sale
Sale

30
Sale

3054 Sale

21X
45 X
107X
99 X
mx
15 X

Sale
Sale

135i
8

7X

Sale

88*

10554
10254 Sale
111

Sale
15

9X
9

Sale

115

2854 Sale
2054
2854
2054 Sale
1554
2054
1054

135

Sale

10254 Sale

n

5
Nov. 28

Nov.

108

Sale

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10754"

10854 Sale
27
2554
9854 Sale
9554

lW*
29
27

25*

Jan.

Jan.

16

10954 Nov. 19
2654 Nov. 13

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

100
96
114

5

Nov. 28

10254 Nov. 20
10354 Nov. 13

Sale

3054 Nov.
30

Nov.

40

Sale

6154 Nov.

67

10554 Nov.
Sale" 10254 Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 16

10554 Nov.

2

40

10554

Nov. 18
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

18
10

2

20
5
28
2

17
17

9954 Nov. 16
5554 Nov. 30

%

18

888

Nov.

83

Nov. 18
Nov. 23

May 14

10154 Oct. 22
10954 Nov. 13
11054 July 31
12

Jan.

29

12654 Nov. 23
12354 Oct. 20
110

Jan.

15

10954 Nov. 18

106

10554 Nov. 19
109

Jan.

44

3254 May
3254 May
10454 Nov.
103

Jan.

85
81

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

10754 Jan.
99
Apr.
90

Jan.

1854 July
1854 July
45

Jan.

5

10
23

9
27

13
19
20
100
Nov. 20
96
Nov. 16
10754 June 16
114
Nov. 28
10254 Nov. 20
10354 Nov. 13

Jan.

2254 May

104

Feb.

4254 Jan.
Apr.
11154 Nov.
10754 Nov.
10954 Nov.
3354 Jan.
107

10354 Jan.
104

Mar.

10454 Jan. 20
11154 Sept. 29

8

40

Nov. 13

40

Nov. 18
6854TOct. 17
10754 Mar. 5
10454 Nov. 27
11254 Oct. 13
3354 Oct.
8

Sale

Sale

112

10454

Nov.

112

2554 Nov.
2654 Nov.

27

27

19

2054

19

Nov.
Nov.

2954
2354
20

18
27

10554 Sept.
9954 Apr.

20
30
30
28

107

9

Jan.

24

Oct.

10

9

Mar.

21

Oct.

8

21

115

May

25

Oct.

9

Oct.

9

1054

133

Sale

10354

Sale

12854 Nov. 23 140
10254 Nov. 2 105

Under the rule sales, only transactions of
the
included in year's range.

current month. and not

Gash sales, only transactions of
the current
month, and not included in year's range.
• The
following
cash
sales
were
transacted
during the current month and are not in¬
cluded in the monthly or
yearly range:
Cuba (Republic) 454s.
1949, Nov. 2 at 9954.
St. Paul M. & M.-Pac. Ext. 4s,
1940, Nov. 18
at 110.
r

70
71

29
29
31
17

P

May

May
2454 June
26
May
25
Apr.
10354 Apr.

30
18
23

Nov. 16
Nov.
4
Nov.
4
10454 Nov. 2
11154 Nov. 27
10754 Nov. 13

Sale

10554

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
36
Oct.
4054 Nov.
35
Oct.
Nov.
36
Oct.
Nov.
87
Nov.
98
Nov.

July
Apr.

10554 Nov. 19
9654 Jan.
10854 Nov. 18 106
Jan.
100* Nov. 5 10054 Nov.

Nov.

}ii*
107

103 54

Jan.

Nov. 19
6 10954 Nov. 27
2 10954 Nov. 18

Nov.
Nov.

62

Jan.

Jan.

9 123

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

35
3454
10454 10454

38

4054 "Nov "5

Nov. 16
Nov.
2

10854 Nov.

106""

Sale

10754

122

9654
9354
0554
11254 11254 11354 11254
Sale
10254 Sale
10154
103
10254 10454 10254
94

Nov. 25
Oct.
8
10254 June 24
8254 Mar. 9
77
Mar.
7
99
Sept. 10

©10954 Nov. 13 110
Nov. 2
12554 Nov. 20 12654 Nov. 23

10454 Sale

35

2

27
25
26

11

97

10954 Nov. 13 10954 Nov. 13

10354
10754 Sale
107 54 Sale
10754
100
10054 10054 Sale
10054
110
11154 11054 11154 11054

22 X

Youngstown Sheet 5c Tube—
897,000
ConT deb 3^s
.......1951 F a
450,000
1st mtge s f 4s series
C.........1961 M N

t Accrued Interest payable at the
rate of $4.8484 to the £ sterling.
X Oompanies reported as being in

110
112
Sale

10954 110
12454 12554 12554 12654
12254 12254 Sale
105
10854 10954
108
Sale
10854 10954

'89'" "92"

{♦Wlckwlre-Spen

St'l Co 7s.Ion 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.

72
80

83
7754
9954 101

"Nov." "5

4054 Nov.

4

69

Sale
81

{♦Wickwire-Spencer

9554 Nov.
42

77

8054
9934 101

26

4054

Nov. 19

85

2654 May

2

Sale

10454

5

4

74

104
108

351,000 Wheeling Steel Corp 4)4s ser A..1966 f a
21,000 White Sewing Machine deb 6s...1940 mn

Nov.
Nov.

71

122

Ho"

4154 Nov.

6 11154 Nov. 2
87
Nov. 17
98
Nov. 17

80

93

69

78

Nov."24

10854 Nov.

Sale
8654

9854 Sale
5454 Sale

109

122

8654

69

111
110

S
j

34 H

10854 Sale

Sale
93

"Nov."23

3354 Nov. 20

Sale

Sale

d

M

33

34 54

69

ill"

63,000
Registered
j
2361 i
1,000 Wheeling 5c Lake Erie Ry 4s D..1966 m s
8,000 Wheel ft L Erie RR 1st con g 4s..1949 M fl

482,000
46,000
2,000
136,000
5,000
230,000
21,000

3854
3554
3654
3754

96
9654
4454 Sale

11*
94

j

i

Sale

8054
9154

a o

3254 Nov. 24

Prices

Nov. 2
Oct. 15

Feb.

8454 Jan.
6754 Jan.
10054 Feb.
72
60
89

99

4

9854 Jan.

4

7154 Nov. 12

99

Nov.

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale
104
Feb.
6 11254
81
Jan.
2 10054
10354 May 29 109

Nov.

7054 Nov. 23

99 54
Sale

3454
3754 Sale

4054 Sale

West Maryland 1st
g 4s
1952 a o
First 8c ret 554s series
j
A......1977 J
West N Y 5c Penn lat
j
g 5«...
1937 j

193,000

71

40

'4054 Sale"

♦Certificates of deposit.......
Warren R R 1st ref gu g
3^a
2000 FA
Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s
......1948 Q M
Wash Term 1st guar 3
Hi
1945 f a
1st 40-year guar 4s
......1949 p a

•Westphalia Un EI Pow 6s
West Shore 1st 4s
guar.....

Nov. 18
Nov. 19

8854

40
Sale

40

j'~d

...1941

Western Union coll tr 5s....
Fund 5c real eat 4H*
gold
Gold 5s
Gold 5s

7 100
4 109

83

Warner Bros Pictures conT deb 6sl939 Vf s
{♦Warner Quintan con* deb 6a. .1939 M S
♦Wanen Bros Co deb 6a

Lowest

10354 Nov. 27 10454 Nov. 12
95 54 Nov. 17
97
Nov. 25

Sale

:::::

38

♦Certificates of deposit
Walker (Hiram) G 5c W deb 4Jis.l945

9954 Nov.
10654 Nov.

Sale

6954
7154
9754
99
40 X Sale

1980 AO

7,000 Westchester Light gold 5s..
1950
14,000 Wesi Penn Power 5s series E
1963
1st mtge g 4s series H
31,000
..1961
44,000
1st mtge 354 s series 1
...1966
480,000
72,000
27,000
11,000
163,000
146,000
34,000
79,000
114,000
182.000
35,000
416,000

100

86

.....1978 AO

608,000 Walworth Co 1st mtge 4s........1955
6s debentures
83,000
1955

11:666

99

10754 Sale

♦Certificates of deposit.

172"666

Highest

,

10354 Sale
9454
95X
10254

Lowest

Sale Prices
Ask
Sale Prices
11054 11254 11054 Nov. 2 11254 Nov. 2

Sale

9954 Sale
Sale

Sale

4a. 1954

♦Ref 8c gen 5s (Peb '33 coup) B.1976 f

24l"666

633,000
609,000
73,000
78,000
8,000

Ask Bid

111

8,000
Omaha DIt 1st g 3 xs- .......1941
6,000
Tol 5c Chic DIt 1st g 4a
1941
163,000 {♦Wabash Ry ref 5c gen 54*s A..1975
♦Certificates of deposit

472:660

Bid

Nov. 30

106 X

1939 MN
1939 p a

cerm

Nov. 2

Det 8c Ch Ex 1st g 5s......—1941
Dea Molnea DIt lat g 4a
1939

143",600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

m. y. stock exchange

1st lien St-year gold

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Wash. Wat. Pow. 5s, 1939, Nov. 25 at
10954.

x

Nov.

5

Nov. 19

Jan.

1554 Jan.

1554 Jan.

10554 July
9854 July

3054 Oct.

7 140
7 105

7
7

Nov. 19

The following deferred delivery sales were trans
acted during the current month and ar e
n«

included in the monthly or yearly r ange:
Cuba (Republic) 5s, 1944, Nov. 30 at
105.
Lou.
&
Nashv.-Mob. & Mont. 454s, 1945.
Nov. 12 at 11454.

York Stock Exchange

New

RECORD

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

Stock Sales
November.

Shares

_

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

1935

1936
k
50,467,182
447,446,692

i ;

_

-

PRICES DURING NOVEMBER

OF STOCK

RANGE

rule of the Stock Exchange effective
of stocks which sell only In a small way.
and deferred delivery sales are disregarded in the

Inaccordanoe with a
MnTTPW -CMh

reguhSShly ?a"SeSresho^

e

In

-

Since

November

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares
200

Par Bid
Ask
45
50
3,370 Abraham Ac Stra is
Preferred
—1#" 11234 114
3,430
69 34 Sale
25
42,700 Acme Steel Co
11 X Sale
780,700 \damt Express
34
Sale
Adams Mlllls
94,600
24
Sale
144,200 Addreaaograph Multigraph 10
1934 Sale
298,500 Advance Rumely
734 Sale
89,400 Affiliated Products....
*
244,400 Mr Reduction Inc..
~2 ~ Sale
456,200 Air-Way Elec Appll Core
77
81H
230 Alabama Ac Vtckaburg Ry.100
1534 S i
Alasaa Juneau (»old Min
634,100

~~3~, 600

6634
70
14% Sale
27 X Sale
3434 Sale
234 Sale

........

..

23", §5o
26,900
110

64,100

355",855
49,600
5,200
5,900
22,300
30,600

20 Albany fit Sus RR Co.. ..100
—*
1,758,100 {Allegheny Corp
Pref series A $30 warr'ts .100
570,400

34,500
2,600
34.300
7,300
37,200
1,200
1,300

29,600
93,200
29,300

424,500
490,100
13,000
186,100
21,100

650

59",555

1st

i

33
110
88

280

2,200

302,300
456,100

\mei

Powe, a

45
834 Sale
29
Sale
19
Sale
92
Sale

""§34 Sale"
7If Sale"

.

Light..

,

*

$6 preferred
$5 preferred......

San._*
100
25
1,893,000 American Rolling Mill
30,300 Am Safety Razor new...18.50
242,400 American .Sealing Co..
*
42,340 American Shlpbulldtnu

2,489,200

869,000
21,700
30,000
45,200
1,920

801,500
8,190
68,100
251,500
16,600
106,500

Am Radiator Be Stand

Preferred

Amer Smelt

_'

.

Ac Refining,

Preferred

Snuff

Preferred.

Ill
109
25
.....100

......

Preferred

100

...

Stores

American Sugar
Preferred
Am

...

..

Foundries....

Amer Steel

American

.

...

....

2d Preferred
American

...

Refining. 100
...—...100

Sum Ton

.....

662,900 Amer Telep Ac Teleg .....190
25
87,600 American Tobacco
Class B
25
322,300
Preferred
100
22,400
488,900 t Amer Type Founders new..*
Preferred
.100
16,910
....

.

.

.......

203",555
900

62,300
74,700
33,100
32,700
94,200

"2.355

2,653,300

im

Wat Wits Ac El

•

1st preferred
25,500
347,100 vmerlran Woolen
*> referred.
100
394,000
193,700 tsm Writing Paper Co. Inc.l
tH
preferred.....
161,000
393,130 Amer Zinc, Lead Ac Smelt...1
Preferred
25
7,000
$5 prior preferred....... 25
9,200
.

.

.

...

f

For footnote* mm page




40

11.

Sale
116
Sale

34 \

...

,

Sale

6434 Sale

20
19
preferred.......100

.

Sale

163 34 165
34
Sale

Amer Encaustic

2,226,700

74,100
2,610
8,200
26,500
1,400
19,800
66,200
9,900
28,700
2,400
175,100

42 34

Crystal Sugar Co

6%

Sale
66

134"

Am Com Alcohol
Amer

Sale
Sale

65

6% preferred
........
50
62,000
157,900 Amer Home Products......
170,400 American Ice .............
Preferred
.100
60,800
486,100 Amer Internat Corp..
481,700 Amer Locomotive .........
Preferred
10o
69,100
314,100 Am Mach & Foundry
190,000 Amer Machine Be Mecals
*
431,700 American Metal
6% Conv preferred
199
7,900
*
I7,ooo American News N Y Corp

168,200
116,000
26,400
277,800

KV'- 130

5234
43

Tiling.....1
Am European Securities.
*
100
10 American Express Co
•
961,100 Am Ac Foreign Power..
Preferred.
378,200
2d pref A
*
204,400
Preferred (61
126,500
19
105,700 Am Hawaiian Steamship
462,700 American Hide Ac Leather ..1

74,200
2,500

4,200

79 34

—

50

Sale

85 X
68

Sale

2934 Sale
1234 Sale
26 H Sale
13
13 X
6 X Sale
39
Sale
37 34 Sale
334 Sale
1934
1934
10 X Sale
26

Sale

108

Sale

22634 Nov.

3134
1934
8734
6934

si*
101

Sale

70

Sale

8834
3934
6934

Sale

65

13734 Sale
12434 Sale
165 % Sale
5234 Sale
9034 Sale

135

Sale

123
165
52

9134
6634

Sale

10734 H3

26

97

434
1334

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1334

300
Sale
4834 Sale
Sale
Sale

1734
5

34

Sale
Sale
Sale

47J4 Sale
234 Sale
1934 Sale
1354 Sale
3534 Sale
Sale

133

25
152

Sale
Sale
157

31X Sale

Sale
2534 Sale
Sale
137

2034

59 X
136 X

Sale
Sale
13234 13634

105

7034

22

Sale

1134
5034

Sale

60

Sale

7
54

1934
4434
1834

3934
5034

iiM
It*
121

2334

li*
50

69

Sale
78

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

29

9634 Nov.
434 Nov.
13
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

34

69

145

137

2434

w*63

Nov.

1234
8234
7034
2334

Sale

182
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

6234
34

Nov.
Nov.

103

Nov.

149

150
Sale
Sale

139

2434
Sale

143

140

Nov.

July 17
Sept. 5
Oct. 13

Jan.

13734
16934
5434
9234
6934

Nov.

112

Nov. 19

62

Nov.

137

Nov.

4134

Sale
103
Sale
Sale

59

Nov.

8734 May

29

26x8 Nov.
5434 Nov.

2

2134 July 20

A*

46

Jan.

zl0234Nov.
146

37

Nov. 30

14
13

Nov.

July

7

16

Nov. 30

1434
8734
7434
2734
16534

July 28
Sept. 2
Sept. 3
Jan.

4

Aug.

4

Nov.

9

37

3934 Oct. 21
2834 Nov. 18
45

103

Oct.

13

Nov. 10

15234 Mar. 11
10834 May 28
7334 Jan. 22
145

9

Nov. 28

Nov. 28

59

Nov. 30
Nov.
6

36

4834 Apr.
Jan.

129

Jan.

2034 Mar.
14934 Apr.
87
Mar.
8834 Mar.
136
Feb.

29

6334 Aug. 29
Sept. 23
2634 Jan. 28
19034 Nov. 27
6
10234 Feb.

145

6

104

Feb.

150

Mar. 17
Nov. 18

20

1734 Nov. 18

Nov, 13

2734 Nov.

2

Nov,

2

11

Nov.
5
Nov. 24

5734 Nov,

2

68

Nov. 23

Nov,

2

9
534 Nov,
434 Nov 23

Sale

Nov. 30
Jan.

69

Nov.

10034 Nov, 19 106

34

14
14

Nov. 12

134^*

Nov.

2

834 June
May
1934 Apr.
9234 Jan
734 Sept.

&*

Jan.

20

Oct.

30

52

2734
10834
1134
7034

Feb.

1

2

Feb.

10

Jan.

5
10

~

134 Nov. 25
834 Nov. 30
534 Nov. 10
38

Nov.

9

Sept.
Feb.

2
1

734 Mar.
44

80

3734

27

Feb.

Nov.. 7

Nov.

Sale

66

Jan.

1534
43%
12234
»«

Nov. 18
Nov. 6
Nov. 9
Nov. 27

Nov.

1

Sale

Jan.

24

25HoOct.

100

6

Mar.

5134 Nov. 18

2034 Apr.

Nov.

17
2

Nov. 28

46

10714 Jan.

Nov.

Sale

60

Nov. 30

UH Feb.
Oct.

6

Nov.

8

3

9X Mar. 26
5634 Nov. 27
2034 Nov. 28

Nov. 12

24

24

Jan.

734

..

Nov. 30

177

Nov.

9

1534 Nov. 19
3534 Nov. 20
32
Aug. 29
101
Sept. 12

Nov.
Nov.:

5854
13934
2634
19034

137

7

Nov.
Nov.

26

34

Nov.:
Nov.

14534 Nov.

Nov.

5

11334 Oct.

10634 Nov.
6834 Nov.
145
Nov.

10634 Nov.

Sale

Sale

May

3834 Nov.
2834 Nov.
41J4 Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov.

94

10034 Sale
140
141

Sale

165
37

Nov.

38

9734
9834 Sale
9934
10034 Sale
146
14634 140
1334
1634 Sale

92X

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 17

1234 Nov.
5434 Nov.

Nov.

2134 Nov.

16134
3134
3534
a:2334

Sale

255-4
2734 Sale
104
10634 101
10
8
Sale
5834 Sale •t65
134
1
Sale
834
634 Sale
434
434 Sale

Nov. 20

68

Nov.
Nov.!
Nov.:
Nov.

Sale

2134 Nov.
1034 Nov.

188

Sale

73

Nov.;

Nov.

Sale
5734 Sale
Sale
12934 138
Sale
2734 Sale
Sale
5634 Sale

Sale

gov.

4

5534 Apr.

634 Nov.
3934 Nov.
5134 Nov.
334 Nov.
2134 Nov.
1534 Nov.
4334 Nov.
12234 Nov.
2434 Nov.

Nov.
1834 Nov.
1334 Nov.

Sale

98

20

15

Nov. 20

Apr.

Nov.
Nov.

46

J

89

7% Nov.
5634 Nov.
2034 Nov.

Nov.

1634
3634
17 34
434
3334
4734
234

Ill

Oct.

36

12534, Mar. 11

Jan.

1534 Nov.
3534 Nov.
2934 Nov.
100
Nov.
734 Nov.
1334 Nov.

634 Nov.
45

Oct.

Nov.

Nov.

10634 10434 107

23 34

26

Nov. 10

10

106

140

12

110

31

Nov. 19

60

Sale

140

67

7
9

112

Sale

155 X

9234 Nov.
6934 Nov.

13
8
17
13
24

3434 Nov. 12
534 Nov. 30

11534 Feb.
16234 June
30
Apr.
5734 Apr.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale
149

124

Nov. 19

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

30

65
40

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

27

4

13034 Nov. 10

Nov.

31
21

3134 Nov.
75
Jan.
July
49
July
37

Nov. 17

140

Nov. 10

60

4

Nov. 20

68

534
6134
6034

1

7134 Nov.

9

73

Sale

97

24 X Sale
10434 109X
34 X Sale
5334 Sale
130
Sale
2434 Sale

4434 Nov.

28
2
2

1934 May

Nov. 20

89

8634
634

25 103
17 1734
5 195

i Jan.
3534 Jan.

6

Sale

2534

140

10734

2

Feb. 14
Oct. 13
Jan.
8
Mar.
2
Nov. 10
Apr.
1
Nov. 18
Sept. 24
Mar. 25
Nov. 19
Nov. 18
Nov. 17

19
5

Nov. 30
Nov.

9

2
28

Nov. 12
Feb.
1
Feb. 10
Nov. 5

5434 Nov.
2634 July
7 4034 Oct.
Oct.
98
Feb.
6 111
Aug.
157
Jan.
7 245
34
Nov.
23
Aug. 14
634 Jan.
7 2034 Nov.
90
Nov.
69

3434 Nov. 12
534 Nov. 30
35

70

3 118
28 7434
30 1534
9 3534
21 3734
14 2134

Apr. 28

27

4

48

Sale
Sale
143

133

Nov. 24

7134 Nov.

Sale
150

Sale

Sale

2034 Nov. 13

99

40

62

Nov. 17

Sale
Sale
Sale

25

9434

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Ill

300
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

133

"6434

3934
6934
6134
13734
12134

1334

1334

39

11034 Nov. 27
24334 Nov. 10

Nov.

73

1434 Sale
3234 Sale
2934 Sale
9934 Sale
Sale
7

1134
2:7934
Z§* Sale 2:6754
68
Sale
2334
22
160
16234 16034
3434
3134 Sale
36
3834 Sale
1234

434 Nov.
3134 Nov.
9434 Nov.

3034

28

175

Nov.

105

10334

30

156

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

834
45 X
38 X

Sale

Nov. 19

90

29

Nov. 18
Nov. 5
Nov. 17
Nov. 9
Nov. 25

54

34

16634 163
Sale
4634
Sale
8734
Sale
6034

xl 12

11034 Aug.
59
Apr.
934 Apr.
1734 June
2234 Jan.
a;134 Jan.
734 Jan.
58
Apr.
86 34 "Nov." 10
2
Jan.
434 Nov. 2
91
Mar.
103
Nov. 18
13
July
1634 Nov. 10
178
Aug.
234 Apr.
534 Nov. 19
1234 Jan.
6134 Nov. 18
1234 Jan.
6034 Nov. 17
Nov. 10
60
1234 Jan.
7034
1534
2854
3634
734

1434 Nov.
Nov.
6534 Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
139
Sale

Nov. 12

70

Nov.

oO?4
8534

Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov.

29

Sale
Sale
Sale

*33

8*
40

1334

3734 Nov.

238

Sale

99

130
35 H

52

109

3334

28

Nov.

5234 Nov.
46
Nov.

Sale
Sale

9834

Sale
Sale
11X Sale
2934 Sale

73 X
29 X

Sale

111

Sale

62

53
52

Sale

13834

Sale

2934
434

434 Nov.
Nov.

Sale

50

Sale
Sale
Sale

32 34

.

840

800

2034 Sale

.......

8,800

341,100
6,400
47,400
1,620
85,900
3,900

.

1434 Nov. 28

434
5834
5834
5834

47

232

14X

Sale

78

175

Sale

Sale

29 X

~ Nov." 2
334 Nov. 12
102
Nov. 25

1434

37 % Sale
109
113

2634 Sale
734 Sale
72
7234
36 34 Sale

...

750

"l",l55

Mfg

Allls Chalmers

4

56
54 %
44

Sale

82" Sale

Sale

Sale

.....100

5% preferred

Sale

Sale

Sale

109,100 Alpha Portland Cement
27,000 Amalg'mf^sthe*Cog,IncNewl
6% cum prefer re a
50
3,100
..
152,200 Amerada Corp.
120,400 Amer Agrlc Chemical (Del)
li>
237,400 American Bank Note
Preferred
51
5,720
...
105,100 Am BrakeS Be F
534 % cony preferred....100
8,535
Jr
380,400 American Can
Preferred
1°'
20,500
443,200 Amer Car Be Foundry
Preferred..............lOi1
92,000
*
363,600 American Chain.......
Preferred
...........100
18,700
34,400 American Chicle........ — *
Am
Coal
Co
of Alleghany
County, N J...........-25
200
1"
154,600 American Colortype

13,200
16,700
2,000
16,000
8,800
21,100

49,100
18,100
14,300
9,000
45,200
8,800
11,100
19,600
5,300
51,600
89,700
6,700
41,900
23,800
69,800

434

Sale

Allied Stores Corp...

334

100

190

172

.

2,185,700
68,700
1,035,700

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

159

1534

Sale
107

Sale

Pref series A $40 warr'ts
98,000
Pref series A $30 ex-war .100
91,100
$2.50 prior con» pref
*
139,700
246,200 Alleghany Steel
220 Allegh Be West Ry 6% quar 100
246,803 Allied^hem A Dye
*
435,600 Allied Mills Co Inc

30

12,600
50,100
449,600
6,400
114,700

4)4
1534

234 Sale
12 34

6734 Nov. 5
1434 Nov. 4
2734 Nov. 25
33
Nov. 13
234 Nov. 2

____

100

5

64

6834

Sale

78

Nov.

75

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
42
Mar. 31

Sale Prices

68

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

65

64

60

...

......

79,500
4,700
11,400
73,900

jan. 1

range since

NOVEMBER

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Shares

.

of 100-sharo

transactions of the month, and when selling outsldeof tne
No account Is taken of such sales In computing the range for the year.

Nov. 2

1936

.

Prices are on basis

Price

EXCHAN OE

H. T. STOCK

ihare

1 MUrt

month's range, unless they are the only

they occur.

STOCKS

..T_.

no*

PRICES IN

sales

aqgreqate

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

$290,695,000
.3,220,995,000

I November.......
I Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
quoted
Oct, 3 1915. all «•>
%

1935

1936

Bond Sales

•

57,459,775
336,046,435

lots except In the case

1936

Jan

24

May

2

Mar.

2

Nov.

9

SB*

38

32

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE

SALES

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

In
November

Shares

Since

453,700
6,300
31,200

72,500
311,300
5,950
55,300

17,300
13,700
9,800

Nov. 2

1936
Par
50
Anaconda Wire 8c Cable....*

Anchor

104%

Anden Copper Mining Co..20
35,400 A P W Paper Co
*

Sale
Sale

82,800

Sale

Archer Danlela Mid

*

30

890

2,100
132,200
5,200

34,350

Armour (Del) pref

..100

1,803,800
97,800

Armour of Illinois

......5

Sale

preferred..*
100

Sale
115

*

Sale

5

Sale

300

.......10P

$6 convertible

3,000
Preferred
249,100 Armstrong Cork Co
317,200 Arnold Constable Corp
360,500 Artloom Corporation
...

16,700
50,500
22,900
20

660

151,400

Preferred

300

5,800
4,450
867,300
67,100
878,400
57,700
54,200
885,900
19,400
59,900
6,170
103,300
574,700
116,500

710

3,100

110,000
4,000
4,700
87,200
1,300
5,700
930

7,100
45,500
20,100

7,730

2,080,
176,300

2d preferred

...100

\ssocltitedOil..

25

Sale

100

Sale

100

Sale

Atlan

100

Sale

Coast

...

Line

RR

Atl G 8c W 1 SS Lines

•

Preferred

conv

5,500

48,200
16,300
1,490
139,700
53,300

Preferred

......100

Corp

*

Sale

...._...*
Austin, Nichols & Co
*

Sale

Auburn Automobile

45%
new 3

Barber Co Inc..

5

Sale

18,200
1,300
7,900
29,600

7,600
41,400
189,000
3,300
1,619,000
503,700
76,200
1,884,100
174,000
61,900
67,400

100

78,700
19,000

j 8,400
188,000
18,800
3,800
11,800
11,100
75,300
1,300

1,760
59,200
22,300
4,900
24,740

111% ill%

100

......25

$5 preferred w w..
*
Beech-Nut Packlng__.....20

Beldlng-Hemlngway
Belg Nat Rys part pref
Bendlz Aviation Corp

453,300
899,400
69,000
53,400
439,400
63,400
462,500
42,100
137,172
20,300
306,200
514,200

200
„

„,.1»690

102

13%
83%
23%
21%
50%

______

5
»

Bethlehem Steel Corp (Del).*
20
5% preferred
7% preferred
100
Blgelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *

23% Sale

*

Blaw-Knox._
*

20

100

Bon Ami class A.

*
*

15
10
100

8

Bridgeport Brass Co......

*

Briggs & Stratton

___5

Brooklyn Ac Queens Transit.*
Preferred

$6 preferred series A

3ucyru8-Erle Co
new

100
....*

100
*

•

♦
•

•

*

100

Pacific......

25

Cannon Mills

•

Capital Admin Co Ltd

c A..1
Preferred class A
10
Car Clinch F & Ohio Ry._100

Stamped

.....10'

Carriers Ac General Corp
Case (J I) Co
....

Pref 7%
Caterpillar Tractor
Celanese Corp of America
ICelotex Co

1
100

100
*

*
•

5% preferred
10!)
Central Agufrre Associates.*
Central Foundry Co
Central RR of N J

Century Ribbon Mills

20

Preferred

123,400
109,100

......

690

7% preferred..

2,370

»

.100

Cerro de Pasco Copp.__._
Certain-Teed Prod

•
•

100

6% prior preferred
100
Champion Paper 8c Fibre Co

230

6% preferred

16,700
3,200
12,800
64,200

Common

Checker Cab

Chesapeake Corp
page 40.




8

6% Nov. 30

Sale

44%

Sale

7

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
49
Sale
Sale
110

Sale

Sale

Sale

£44% Sale
27% Sale

120

24

?4

Sale
Sale
Sale

55
53%
11% Sale

39*

40
Sale

46%

47%

85

87
91

88%

*7% Sale
97% Sale
115% 117

37%
53%
102%
£50%
47%
20

13%
100

Sale

Sale

52

53

98%
102% 103
7 % Sale
160% Sale

29% Sale

26%
28%

79%

Sale
Sale
Sale

29

*35%
ltA
W8

66
16
49

153
138

96

Nov. 18

Nov. 19
6

Nov.

Nov.

,

Sale

24%

Sale

110
Sale

47

Sale

4

5% Nov. 25

17% Nov. 28
64% Nov. 12
56% Nov. 30

7

7%

6

Nov.

108

M

30

18

Sale

Sale

Nov.

2

19% Nov.

2

16

Nov. 27

32% Nov. 30
4 % Nov.
3
21% Nov. 12
75

Nov.

29%
38%
1%
12%

Nov. 20
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2

34

Nov. 25

4

16

Nov.

57

Sale
Sale
Sale
51

Nov. 18
Nov. 25
Nov.
2
Nov. 28

13
53

16

Sale

152
132
85

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
26% Nov.
27 % Nov.
75% Nov.
29

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

135

67% Sale"
106%
35% Sale

Nov.

64

Nov.
'•

•

•

31% Nov. 5
8% Nov. 30
32% Nov. 30

31%
16%
33%
5%
24%
81%
32%
44%

105% Nov.
24% Nov.

Sale

51

91

Sale

88% Nov.
70% Nov.

Nov.

66

3

8% Jan.
95

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

58

3

Jan.

Nov.

5

Nov.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

28

103

22% Feb. 27
May 13
27% Nov. 19

May 21
Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

Apr. 24
Apr. 22
Apr. 24
June

Oct.

46%
31%
54%
35%

4

Sept. 17 118
Jan.

2
84
17 131
June 26
14
26% June
5
54%

Jan.

14

5% June 30
29% June 30
4% Jan. 15

2%
2%
29%
33%
15%
21

41%
109%
%
24%
13%
82%
14%

9
July
8
July
Apr. 30
8
July
Apr. 30
Apr 30

Jan.

3

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan
Jan.
Jan.
June

24
24
4
6

10%
46%
7%

Nov. 30

91

Nov. 27
7

26% Oct.
41% Oct.
49% Feb.
118
July% Nov.
29% Nov.
28% Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.

6

20%
26
16%
22%
110
8 114%
May
18
Jan.
2
28%
100
Aug. 18 105
July
85
Feb.
8 103
Nov.
2
13% Jan.
Mar.
June

5

20

20

18

Jan.
Jan.

7

14

Nov. 30
Oct. 19
Nov. 10
Apr.
1
Nov. 27
Nov. 18
Nov. 30
Feb. 14
Mar. 5
Jan. 15
Jan. 24
Mar. 18

Nov. 30
92% Nov. 30

10 130

21% Jan.

30

30

51% Feb. 10
88% Aug.
8

2
2 107

Jan.

48
£112

48

7

28

2
28

30
20
23

9

10
15
12

30
21
4

89
May
32% Oct,
25% Oct.

72

5
7
6

Nov. 10

45% Apr. 30 76% Nov. 5
16% Apr. 28
19% Nov. 12
8 135% Nov. 18
107% July
23
Jan.
3
61
Nov. 19
29% Nov. 13 32% Nbv. 9
8
14% July
20% Feb. 19
8
18% May
38% Nov. 12
77 % July 11 120
Oct. 30
16% Apr. 30 35% Nov. 25
41
Aug. 20
63% Mar. 7
80% June 12 100% Apr. 13
39
June 29
47
Nov. 18
2
25% Jan.
32% Aug. 10
64
Jan. 21
90% Nov. 18
6
Apr. 27
11% Jan. 30
1% July 16
5% Nov. 25
2
1/12% July
43% Apr. 30
47% June 30
41

Jan.

17

18% Feb. 13
64% Mar. 6
69
Apr.
4
50% July 24
12% Mar. 5

4
Jan.
7
Jan.
51%
2
Jan.
58%
4 106
Feb.
57
May 11
45
Sept. 21
65%
8% May 19 21%
2
874 Jan.
18%

108

5

Sept. 22
Oct.

6

Oct.

20

Jan.

15

Nov.
Oct.

9

15

Sept. 25
2
15% May
5
8 115% Sept. 16

9% Jan.
85

Mar.

Nov. 10 115
Jan.

8% Apr. 30
11% Jan. 10
20% Apr. 28
25
Apr. 27
2
2% Jan.
2
8% Jan.

9
25
28
5

29

,27
.30
2

30
30

29

6

30

18

30

Nov. 25

2

15

6
6

30

14

Mar.

5

58% Nov. 17
34% Nov. 18
7
34% Oct.
9

Mar. 23

32% Nov. 30
31%
16%
33%
6%
25%

Nov.
9
Nov. 25
Nov. 28
Mar. 20

Sept.
84
Sept.
33% Oct.
44% Nov.
3

19
18
22

18
Nov. 25

16% Nov. 5
40% Apr.
2
20% Nov. 30
60
Aug. 20

Nov. 17

6

14% Nov. 17
68% Nov. 18
17% Nov. 6
53
Nov. 4

20

16

30

68% Nov. 18
18% Feb. 24

103% Nov.
8% Nov.

8
8

6

22

165

Nov.
5
Nov. 18
Nov. 6
30% Nov. 9
33% Nov. 19
82
Nov.
5

22

30
1

34% Nov. 30
8% Nov. 9

6
4

9

Nov. 28

28
29

108% Nov. 18

1

74

Nov. 10
16% Nov. 12
146
Nov. 12

70
107
37
60
100

E[ov.

Nov. 12
Nov. 4

77% Nov.

21
4

4

,

8

19

4

8

3
19

June 22

July
» Nov.

15
6

32% Jan.
6
33% Nov. 19
86
Sept. 26
35% Mar. 13
8% Nov. 9
57

Feb.

21

11% Nov. 27

108% Oct.
74

2

Nov. 10

19% Mar. 24

4 146

4

Nov. 25
Nov. 30

Nov.

9% Feb.

6 186
7 143
16 £91

140

12

53

Feb.

4 £100
Oct.
4 103% Oct.

6

£91

44% Nov.

13
20

Jan.
Jan.

June 19 112
Feb. 21 124

98

83

|7

20 108

12% Apr. 30

16% Nov. 5
38% Nov. 7
20% Nov. 30

f

51

72% Sale

5

47% Nov. 25
101% Nov.
7% Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 28

Nov. 10 101% Nov. 30
Nov.
2
Nov. 28
2
58% Nov. 17
Nov. 4
34% Nov. 18

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov.
9

Nov.

29% Nov. 25
5% NovJ 4

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

•

43

4%
33%
40%
97%
44%

Nov.

nk

Nov. 20
Nov. 2
Nov. 14
Nov. 10 110
Nov.
2
14

\VA

Sale

135

Sale
59%
98% Sale
76% Sale
51

2

Nov. 23

•

22% Sale
59% Sale

Nov.

9

53% Nov. 30 57% Nov.
103% 102% Nov. 28 106
Nov.

'

*

30% Nov. 10
90% Nov. 18

Sale

89% Sale
27% Sale
31% Sale

77%

Nov. 28

47

6%
43% Sale" 38%
38%
9% Sale
9%
105% 108% 103% 108% 108%
63% Sale
68% Sale
62%
13% Sale
14% Sale
12%

66% Sale

50

Nov. 14

91

Sale
Sale
Sale

105

35% Nov. 24

39

98%
101% 103
7% Sale

Sale

126

7 120
2

2

49% Nov.

Sale

Sale

8%

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

37

Sale

24

Nov. 19

42% Nov. 27
«% Nov. 5

Sale

Sale
Sale
59
Sale
Sale
17

4

61

32% Nov. 9
19% Nov. 13
38% Nov. 12

Sale

Sale
38

Sale

Sale

101 % 103
54% Sale
15% Sale
88
Sale

Nov.

19% Nov. 12
135% Nov. 18

59% Nov.

80% Sale
30% Sale
42% Sale
2% Sale

Sale

4

Nov. 10

Sale

Sale

87

49
9

Nov.

Nov. 13

5

42% Nov. 2
26% Nov. 28
83% Nov. 2

Sale

30

76

4

Nov. 10

50

Sale

105

32%

132

45

Nov.

72

76% Nov.

Sale

17% Sale

Sale

58% Sale
20% Sale
58% Sale
25% Sale

Nov. 24

Nov.

Sale

31%
38%
1,.
12 SM
35%
17%
55%
13%
53%
16%

2

Sale

16% Sale
32% Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 23

15

16% Sale
60%
56%
44%

Sale

6$

Nov.N23

83% Nov. 27
30% Nov. 5
23% Nov. 4

Nov.

31

33% Sale

Nov. 25

7

33% Sale
30% Sale

Sale

Nov;;27

2

Sale

20

5 104
9 103
Nov. 21
4
14% Nov. 19

Nov.

Sale

30%

64% Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov.
6

Nov. 12
Nov. 19

Sale

4% Sale
22% Sale

4

Sale

92
Sale

2% Sale

% Nov. 28
29% Nov. 30

Nov.

7%
4%
AU

Sale

19%

11

Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Nov.
6
Nov. 18
Nov. 4
Nov. 19

28% Nov. 20
2 130
Nov. 23
2
20% Nov. 9

Nov.

Sale

9

16% Sale

Si"

Nov. 24 114
Nov. 24

86%

85

5%

Nov. 14
Nov. 17

24% Nov. 4
22% Nov. 14

Sale

47

18

Nov. 30

Nov. 14

Sale

Sale

38%
56%
104%
53%
48%
17%
16%
11%

Nov. 10
Nov.
2

8*

Sale

95
Sale

51
see

1

4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

100
5

4% Nov.
3% Nov.'

Sale
Sale

13

..1
100

6% Nov. 16

13%
24%
25%
2%
8%

..1

Canada Southern..

196,000
3,700
9,500

85

t

10'

Callahan Zinc-Lead

730

9% Sale

*

Canadian

15% Sale
60% Sale

30

Calumet Ac Hecla Cons Cop .5
Campbell W Ac C Foundry
•
Canada Dry Ging Ale
5

23,400
146,500
27,400
1,800
24,200

For footnotes

*

7% debenture.....
106
Bush Term Bldgs—
Pref ctfs of deposit.!...100
preferred

99%
Sale

2

Sale

£94

Sale

105

40% Sale

4% Nov.

102

Sale

50

4%

36%

63% Sale
9% Sale
8% Sale

*

1«

Calif Packing Corp

23,400
16,700

Sale

4*

*

Brun8wlck-Balke-Coll

Preferred.....

"""330

49%

54

Byron Jackson Co.....

510

Sale

45% Nov. 17

Sale

8% Sale
1%
2%

2

Nov. 23

Nov. 17

6

Sale

26

103
Sale

Sale

98

Butler Brothers.10

120

sb

24

84

Sale

38

Nov. 18
Nov. 30
Nov. 4

5
Nov. 12

25
Jan.
84
28
Jan. 28
Aug. 18 125
Feb. 24
62% Mar. 23
Jan,
18% Nov. 17

Nov. 17
36
Nov. 9
59
Nov. 2
90^
Nov. 30
215
Nov. 10
11
Nov. 10
m
Nov. 18
26 £
Nov. 27 109

18
19%
Nov.
19%
19%
18% Nov. 2l 22% Nov. 10
111% 112% 111
Nov. 18 112
Nov.
6

42% Sale
27% Sale

Sale

Nov. 23

46% Nov. 25
30% Nov, 23
113% Nov. 2 118
72% Nov. 5 84
124% Nov. 6 131
14% Nov; 14 18%
31% Nov. 14 35%
6% Nov. 4
8%

8*
95

2

Nov. 12

48%
79%
106%
46%
31%
54%
33%

55% Nov.
87

June

47
7

Nov. 17
Nov.
5

20

7
July
Apr. 30 50
118
May 11 122
105% Jan.
1103
4% June 10
71
104

18
5 106

Nov.

40
27

9
3
37

Nov. 12

Nov. 12

Sale

Sale

Sale

•

Brown Shoe, Inc

conv

94

*

Brooklyn Union Gas

Butte Copper AtZincw.
Byers Co

219,800
9,100
4,000

irA

*

Bklyn-Manhattan Transit ..♦

7% preferred

Sale

Sale

*

Bristol-Myers Co

Sale

1%

BriggsManufacturing......*

5%

92%

.50

217,500 Bullard Co
452,300 Burroughs Add Mach...
230,700 tBush Terminal Co

8,870
10,400
8,000
59,400
33,500
2,320
12,500
36,000
275,300
298,500
10,900
106,000

22

92

22%
53%
92%
39%
26%
70%

2

Jan.
Jan.

15% Jan.
26% Mar. 4
97
May 13 111
Jan. 31

61% Nov. 9
18% Nov. 17

4

Nov. 30

102

102% 103% 102%
103% 97
14
Sale
13%
85% 83% 85% 83%
Sale
28% Sale
28
Sale
22% Sale
22%
Sale
68% 69% 61%
Sale
72% Sale
68
Sale
19% Sale
18%
124
Sale
130% Sale
122%
50% Sale
55% Sale
49%
31% Sale
29%
18% Sale
18% Sale
17%
31
32% 33% Sale
32%
115
Sale
114
120
110%
Sale
Sale
34%
26
Sale
46% Sale
45%
97%
13%
83%
28%
22%
62%
73%
19%

Sale
86
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov. 10 112
Nov.

43% Nov. 4
71% Nov. 23

Sale

127

112

23%

"88"" "89"

Beneficial Indus Loan Corp.*
Best 8c Co..

111

18% Sale

»

2,715,000 Budd (E G) Mfg
26,700
Preferred 7%
904,800 Budd Wheel
265,700 Bulova Watch.

48,840

18%
18%

Nov.
Nov. 17 110
Nov. 10
6
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 3 82% Nov. 12

Sale

28%
26%

Sale
Sale

Nov. 5
Nov. 28

Nov. 18
2 119% Nov. 2

Nov.

28
35

Nov. 12

5 105%
Nov. 2 43
Nov. 6
7
Nov. 21 43%

Nov. 30 122

118

33%
44%
45
109% 110% 109%
% Sale
%

Sale

120

87

21% Nov. 9
Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov.

44

112

23%

14%
Sale

*

new

24,330
Class B
731,237 Borden Co. (The)
331,800 Borg-Warner Corp..
58,400 Hogton Ar Maine
51,640 tBotany Cons Mills A

93,400
85,200
8,800
7,200
18,600
2,700
29,800
2,000
13,600
2,400
63,300
42,000

111

14% Sale

1,208,000 Boeing Airplane Co
.....5
215,700 Bohn Alum Ac Brass Corp...5
9,030

Sale
46

25

5

6,550 BlonmingdaleBros
2,850 Blumenthal Ac Co pref

300

35

55% Nov.

Nov.

36

45

13%

Highest
Sale Prices

Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 27

Sale

8

22% Sale

Sale

85

Lowest
Sale Prices

106

6%
89%
89%
22%

Sale

16% Sale
22% Sale

*

107

6

69

42

100

11.100 Black & Decker
Mfg Co

674,300

Sale

67
68

Sale'

114% 115

Highest
Sale Prices

26% Sale
19% Nov. 2 27% Nov. 19
Nov. 12 110
99% 105% 110
Nov. 12

4% Sale
4% Sale

4% Sale
38%

Lowest

109% 115
115
Sale
126% 118
44
46
43% 44
78% Sale
73% Sale
Sale
102
106% Sale
40% Sale
45% Sale
27%
30
27%
28%
50
47%
49% 48 %
31% Sale
31% Sale
113% Sale
117% 120
70
73
78% Sale
i Sale
126% Sale
129
17%
18
15% Sale
32% Sale
33% Sale
7
Sale
8% Sale
38
42
43% 45%

10

Barker Bros

12,890
Preferred
1,310,600 Barnsdall Oil Co
166,000 BayukCigars. Inc
2,150
1st preferred
197,600 Beatrice Creamery

.....

117,400
39,000
23,900
44,000
46,900
9,660

9

....

Prior A

100

Rights

52,300
139,000

40

1,200

*

......

.....

5,500

216,800

Sale

pref series A...100

Atlas Powder
Atlas Tack

16

;.25

Atlantic Refining

4%

Sale

100

Sale

...

146,800
31,700
1,600
1,170

590

107
102

106

20

Sale

100

1,586,700 Baldwin Locomotive Works.*
198,500
Assented.....
172,200
Preferred...
lOt
31,200
Preferred assented..
1,937,002 Baltimore * Ohio
100
395, OOO
Preferred.
__10l
32,600 Bangor Ac Aroostook...... 50
5,640
Preferred
100

7,600

199,700
17,800

93

1

Atchison Top 8c S Fe
Preferred

1,216,900 Aviation Corp Del(Th«)

194,700
76,900
11,100

8%

100

Associnted Dry Goods..
7,000
1st preferred........

84,100

Sale

—*

563,400

500

■

Preferred

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Sale Prices

Ask

49% Sale
47%
85% Sale
80%
20
Sale
20% Sale
19%
101% 105
103
105% Sale
31
29% Sale
32% 29%
4
Sale
Sale
3%
40% Sale
40% Sale
39%
119% Sale
118% 119% 119%
108% 109
109% 110% 108%
5% Sale
6% Sale
5%
82
Sale
78% Sale
78%
110
115% 108
115% 110
59
Sale
54% Sale
54%
14
Sale
14
16% Sale
16%
16%
16% Sale
15%

37

_—.*

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

47% Sale
80% Sale

Sale

Cap Corp..........*

Preferred

Bid,

Ask
Sale

3,872,400 \naconda Copper.

360

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

71

Nov. 12
Oct.
7
"H

Mar. 13 107
3
Aug.
37
Jan.

2

Nov. 25
Nov. 30
69% Apr. 17

Jan.

2 100

Jan.

2

Nov.

4

77% Nov.

4

33

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Price
Jan. 2

m
EXCHANGE

S. T. STOCK

Unce
m. 1

•

71*1
188,:
478, J
408,!
87, I
209,
71,<
96,i
118,:
125,'
86,.
115,:
368,:
5,1
,760;
249,
19,

7

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

.

29%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

............100

.

289,

City Investing
City Stores

278.

Clark

Co..—...100
....——5

5%

350

CCC&StLRyCo
100
Preferred.......—.....100

pref—* 108
45%
Cleve Graphite Bronze (The)l
82%
Cleve & Pitts RR Co 7% gts.50
43
Special
....
50
55
Cluett, Pea body 8c Co
*
Preferred
—.......100 120%
87%
Coca-Cola Co (The)........*
55 %
Class A....
19%
Colgate-Palmollve-Peet Co..*
Preferred
—100 104%
48%
Collins Ac Alkman
*
Preferred..:
100 107
5
Colonial Beacon Oil Co
•
Colorado Fuel Ac Iron Corp—*
Colorado 8c Southern
100 '21 %
19%
1st preferred...........100

115,
193,
14,
802,
19,
750,
7,
52,
109,
24,
31,
9,
114,
220,
32,

2d

preferred...

.......

58,
4,
807,
56,

522,
58,

...100

5% pref series B

.....10

Commercial Credit

4% % conr

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

May 12

I.

Nov.

4

63% Nov.
126% Nov.
123% Nov.

4

82

51

47

51

68% Sale
126%

64

Sale
125
Sale
56
Sale
105

125"

128

12%
40%
1%
3%
3%
19%
17%
7

25

Sale

18

109
9

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

37%
45%

Sale

30
Sale

111% Aug. 13
47% Oct.
51

Nov.

July

Nov. 16

74%

7

134

Nov. 17

19%

Nov. 20

Sale

Nov. 17
6
106% Feb. 28
66% Nov. 5
116% Nov. 16

Nov. 13
7
5
Nov. 25
66% Nov.
Nov. 23 116% Nov. 16
Nov.
5
30
5
Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 16
Nov. 27

32

6

32

Nov.

Nov. 23 128

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 17

42

Nov. 28

43% Nov.
46% Nov.
20

Nov.

Nov, 13 105

Nov.

17% Nov. 14
103
92
71

Nov.

P

64,
607,
212,
165,
,011,
,384,
102,
15,
564,
11,
591,
40,

Sale

Nov.

4

128%

Nov.

6 136

Nov. 17

4l

Nov. 18

Nov. 18

20

Sale

Sale

Sale

..100

Sale

Sale
Sale

preferred (4H) —100

Sale

110
Sale

110

no

2
Nov.
5
Nov. 23
Nov. 24

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 24

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov.

102

108

Sale

Sale

108
Sale

Nov. 10 107% Nov.
Nov.
2
9% Nov. 30
Nov. 20
14% Nov.

Preferred
Prior

Sale

1
Preferred
....—...•
Consol Edison Co of N Y Inc *
Pref $5
*
Consol Laundries Corp.... 5
Consolidated Oil Corp
•
Preferred new..
*
Conaolld RR of Cuba pref. 100
(Consolidated Textile..
Consolidation Coal Co vtc.25
preferred v t c
100
Container Corp of America.20
Continental Bakcl A.......*
Class B
*
Preferred. ............100
......

~66~~ Sale
69% Sale
160% 163
6

25
87

Sale

Cresley Radio
.........*
Crown Cork & Seal
.....'*

17

Sale

$2.25

conv

*

Cuba RR

445,
78,
.087,
,509,

Curtis

*
100
....100

Cuba Ce (The)—...

93

555
72,

Cuban

.......

*
pref100
American Sugar....10
50

*41% Sale
21% Sale
101% Sale
Sale
45-

Cudahy Packing..

Publishing Co (The)*

Preferred..

.........

.....*

1

Corp

Curtiss Wright

5
*

Preferred

20

Delaware

Del

Hudson.....100

8c

Lack 8c

50
Wes pref 100
..100

Western..

59,

Denver Rio Gr 8c

35,

Detroit Edison.
Det Hillsdale

.

...—.

5% non cum pref.......100
*
*

54

DevoeAc Reynolds A....

84

Diamond Match

31

Pref—25
Distil Corp-Seagrams Ltd
*

22

70,




Participating

Dixie-vortex Co..
Dome

40.

38

Sale

37%

38%
34% Sale

......

Mlaes Ltd...........

Dominion Stores Ltd.......*

Age

Sale

~41%
8%

Sale

8%

23% Nov.
35% Nov. 18

Nov.

6

4

Nov. 18

4

Nov. 18

Sale

Nov.

6 109

Nov. 18

109

Nov. 18

107

8*
110

11%

10F*

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

47%

Sale
Sale

122% 115%
1 %
Sale
Sale
11%
Sale
9%

VA

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

20% Sale

Sale

109% 110

i%

46%
75

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

73
50
Sale

82
53
Sale

47

103

53%

10
20

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

AA
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

7

Nov. 23

46

Apr.

8

66% Nov. 4
74% Nov. 17

Apr. 30

69

19
June 18

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

163% Nov. 27
7% Nov. 16
46% Nov. 30
140

Nov.

IF

Nov.

Oct.
Nov.

Mar. 27

Nov. 18

Mar. 16

91

Nov.

9

Jan.

58

Nov.

9
9
12
27
5

July

22

49% Nov.
Nov.

18% Nov.
54% Nov.

Nov.

122
3

May
Apr.
Apr.
Sept.
Sept.

Nov. 28

19

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 30
Jan.

Nov. 28

Nov. 25

Nov. 23

nm

Nov.

9

9

18% Nov. 27
5
56% Oct.
124% Sept. 21
3% Nov. 25
19% Nov. 28

7

7 1

hi*

Mar.

9

Nov. 24
Jan.

14

Apr. 13
4
Mar. 13 113% Nov. 23
9% Mar. 11
Jan. 15

June

6

Jan.

6

21% Nov. 24

Sept.

9

90

5

Jan.

83

19%
Nov. 2
Nov. 23 101%
32%
Nov. 2 33%
Nov. 23 51%
Nov. 23 20%
6%
Nov. 20
Nov. 19 148%

Nov. 12

7
Nov. 14
15% Nov. 4
53% Nov. 4
32
Nov.
2
37% Nov. 2
22% Nov. 2
19% Nov. 6

Nof. 25

Nol

28

26

9

21% Nov. 24
82% Nov. 18
55% Nov. 16

74% Nov.

52
10

Nov.

30
29

6
4

Nov. 12

May 26

22% Nov. 19

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

91% Nov.
58% Nov.
49% Nov.

Jan.

9

Nov.

Nov.

27 110

4

15

Mar.

37% Jan. 10
35% Sept. 1

Jan.

13% Nov. 25
Nov. 24
126

Apr.

46% Nov. 30

2 140

Nov. 18

Nov.

49

26

7

110

Oct.

82
Aug. 22
Aug. 20 168
73/
1
July

4

20

16%
89%
31% *29
30%
Sale
Sale
44%
Sale
17%
6
5%
143% 139

Sale

Nov.

38

109%
6%
17%
69%

Sale

20

7

39

Nov.

40% Nov.

Sale

Sale

4

6

27% Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
108
Nov.
12% Nov.

121%

11

Mar. 20

Apr. 30
June

39

29%
82%
*52%
44%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Feb.

46

9

3%

36% Nov.

125
Sale

Sale
Sale

38

61

Sale
69%
166% 160%
Sale
5%
Sale
41%
140% 136

16

Nov. 28

87% Jan. 13
24% Mar. 5

7

Nov.

Sale

Jan.

26% Mar. 9
35% Nov. 18

Sale

23% Sale
38% Sale
16% Sale
4%
4%
129
Sale
7

2

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

19% Sale
40% 42

Nov.

44

8c SW RR Co 100

Detroit At Mackinac Ry Co. 100

Nov. 24

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8%
A*
Sale
53]
27

Sale

Nov. 25

Nov. 28

27

Nov. 28

38%
2%
35%
25%

63

Corp....

27

Sale

*

Davega Stores

Sale

Nov. 13

Sale

ft*

June 30

Sale

Nov*

2% Sale

Sale

6

Mar.

9 105% Nov.
2
12% Nov. 25
Nov.
2
1% Nov. 19
Nov. 13
6% Nov. 28
Nov.

June 30
Apr. 30

37%
29%

14

Nov. 30

15%
106%
12%
1%
6%

May

66%
70% Sale
160% Sale
5% Sale
42% Sale

30

July

109

7
Nov. 27

iii

13

Oct.

Nov.

39

13

Feb.

Nov. 17

48% Nov. 30

4

30

Feb.

5% Nov. 17
18

Nov. 10

Cushmans Sons 7% pref.. 100

Deere 8c Co

Nov. 24

Oct.

75

1

46% Sale

Nov. 14

22

70

Cutler-Hammer, Inc.......

7

Nov. 14

90

5

7

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

70%

Nov.

3

Nov. 18

68% Nov.

Sale

........

„

95;

4

Jan.

Nov. 18

21

12

8% preferred

85

17
26
8

Mar.

Nov. 10

Sale

85

—1

Class A

Dlesel-Wemmer-GUbertCorplt

926

Sale

Oct.

Jan.

Sale

c

Sale

65% Sale

801,
964

366

il*

Sale

108
Sale

..........100

Preferred

295

3
1

Sale

,3?J

103

Sale
Sale

??*

21
17

Feb.

Sale
Sale
Sale

IVA

108

100%

Crown Zetlerbach v t c

Preferred.

10F

47

*

Preferred ex-warrants

20,
258,
63,
61,

46% Sale

...»

pref w w

17%
22%
28

136

.....100

160,

90

Sale

Cream of Wheat ctfs.......*

Crucible Steel of Amer

2

Sale
Sale
Sale

35

Coty,Inc

784,
313,
20,

;

Sale
Sale

2% Sale

....1
Continental Oil of Del.....5
Continental Steel Corp
*
Corn Ezch Bank Trust Co..20
Corn Prod Refining
...25
Preferred
100

Crown Wil P 1st pf

2

Sale

19%
42%

Insurance—2.50

........

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

3§

4

Nov.

Sale

Feb.

5
36% Nov.
20% Nov. 18

Nov. 19

Sale

86% Sale

20

Nov.

20%

106
Sale

23% Sale
11% Sale
1% Sale
67% 68%

Continental Motors

Co..

Sale

Sale

Sale

Continental Diamond Fibre 5

Crane

Sale

106
Sale

Sale

—

4
Nov. 13
Nov.
2
Nov. 30

Sale

Feb.

18%
4% Nov. 2
Nov.
2
75
"
13% Nov. 18

Nov.

Sale

.

Continental

Sale

101%

.....

Continental Can....

90%

Nov.

5

Nov. 21

128

Nov. 18

Sale

28

Oct.

Aug. 24
84% Sept. 30

Sale

....

July

91% Nov. 17

Sale

4

Mar.

103

Sale

7% preferred—

111,
384,
424,
55,
4,

Aug. 11
Jan. 22
Jan. 23

36

Sale

_

3
20

Mar. 11

136%
*45%
51%
23%
108%

9
2
5
13
7
2
2

Nov. 21

5 128

29

Feb.

Nov.
2
Nov. 18 100
4
Nov.
77% Nov. 18

128% 120% Nov.

Oct.

39% Oct.

30

39% Nov. 28
26% Nov. 28

Nov. 14

Sale

Sale

.—
.

28

20% Jan.

*
*

*
*

Preferred...
Conde-Nast Publlc'ns

Nov. 17

58

Nov. 16

9

36%

Sale

13

4
Nov. 17
Nov. 16

120%

Sale

Oct.

Nov.

58

31

Sale

10

88% Nov. 24

Nov. 24

Conn Ry & Ltg 4% pref—100
Consolidated Cigar
,
*

Commonwealth Ac Southern *

Consol Film Industry

851,
948,

8

4 134

97
Sale

Sale

225,
153,
,938,
74,
208,
,362,
3,
135,

493.

19

Jan.
Jan.

32%
30% Jan.
6
14% Nov. 27
50
Oct. 23
138% Nov. 12
23
Nov. 17
89% Nov. 17
50
Nov. 4
13% Nov. 17
46% Mar. 24
iOO
Oct. 10
98
Oct. 13

Nov. 10

116

Sale

Sale
Sale

99%

$4.25 conv pref ser of '35..*
Commercial Solvents.....—*

Congoleum-Nalrn Inc
Congress Cigar

77,
15,

8
8

28
2

Nov. 12

123
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

296,
24,
6,
205,
3,
10,

,005,

3

23
23

85% Jan. 21
2
15 % J an.
2
72% Jan.
50
Nov. 4
4% Jan.
7
23% Jan. 21
156% Jan.
9
90
Feb. 10

Prior eref z warrants.. 100

,188,
,799,
198,
140,

1

16%

Sale

Sale

Sale

4%
12%
23%
4 *65%

29

30

Jan. 13
Oct. 13
Feb.
5
Oct.
6
Jan. 31
Nov. 12
Feb. 11
Feb. 11
Feb. 21
Oct. 19
Nov. 30
Nov. 27
Feb.
8
Jan. 11
July 15
Oct.
7

129

104% 104
104% 104
58
Sale
59% Sale
109
Sale
111% Sale
30
24
29%
32%
Sale
38% Sale
21%
Sale
26% Sale
29%
33
29% Sale

Sale

Nov. 24

Apr.
May
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
Sept.

57

Sale

55%

57

44%
88 «

Nov. 24

Apr. 28

% May

2

Nov.

Nov. 28 111

40%
88%

33%
2%
5%

2% Apr.
6

.

109

_

12

May 13
Apr. 30

31

Sale

3%
6%
2%
12%

1% Apr. 23
2% Jan.
4
Apr. 28
Jan.
2

Nov. 28
Nov. 5
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov.
9

2%
">%
2%
11%

1 % Nov. 7
4% Nov. 23
1 % Nov. 16
9
Nov. 16

89%

87

.*

...

Sale

42

preferred....100

Comm Inv Trust

Sale

Sale Prices

9
7% Nov. 19
Nov. 2 33% Nov. 12
2
Nov.
2
1% Nov. 9
4% Nov. 9
3% Nov. 14
3% Nov. 6
3 / Nov. 25
11
Nov.
9
9% Nov. 13
17% Nov. 12 23% Nov. 30
60% Nov. 2 *65% Nov. 27
2% Nov. 5
1% Nov. 20
5% Nov. 2
4% Nov. 14
5% Nov. 5
4% Nov. 25
Nov. 12
26% Nov. 7 30
18% Nov. 17 20% Nov. 19
14% Nov. 27
9% Nov. 4
50
Nov.
6
43 % Nov. 25
123% Nov. 23 138% Nov. 12
Nov. 17
17 % Nov. 7 23
85% Nov. 4 89% Nov. 17
Nov. 4
50
Nov. 4 50
13% Nov. 17
9% Nov. 2
Nov. 18
32
Nov. 4 36

110* Sale

Sale

Sale
46

48%
14% Sale
90% Sale
70
81
46% Sale

——100

Preferred

28

Sale
18% Sale
9% Sale
47
Sale
L28% Sale
18
Sale
85%
85%
50
90
10% Sale
34
Sale

48

$2.75 conv pref
*
Columbia G 8c El common...*

,015.

Sale

Sale
Sale

17

*

Columbia Pictures Corp vt e

Sale

96]
44]

100

....—*

Columbian Carbon

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

"97"" l03""

75%

Cleve Elec 111 $4.50 ser

9,
150,

Sale
Sale

26

Equipment.

Sale

27

Sale

—.......25
Chrysler Corporation ...... 5
City Ice 8c Fuel..........—*

Sale

3%
10%
17%
60%

Sale

Chile Copper

Preferred

Sale

4

Sale

—*
OH.....10
*

2hlids Co

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
1% Sale
5% Sale
5% Sale

2

Sale

[Chicago Yellow Cab
Qblckasha Cotton

Sale
Sale

Sale

100
......-.100
—100

6% preferred

31

30%

,

Sal?
Sai*

10% Sale
7%
9
Sale

Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale
Sale

Sale

2

Sale

(Chic Rock Isl 8c Pac

7% prefferred

.

Highest

Lowest

,

Ask

Ask
1%
2
5% Sale

3id

Sale
3

-10"
0% preferred
.....—100
Chicago Great Western—100
Preferred:
100
(Chic Indlanap 8c Louis pflOO
Chicago Mall Order Co
5
(Chic Mil St Paul 8c Pacific-*
Preferred...
—..—100
Chicago 8c North West... 100
Preferred
100
Chicago Pneum Tool
—•
Preferred
—*

(Chic 8c East III RRi

14, <
88,'
99,:
267,!

Ask

Bid

Par

'

:

1'

\

hares

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

4

Nov.

June 17

Apr. 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 21

28% Nov. 18

21

27
5

Nov.

83

19% Nov. 19

7 101% Nov.

Jan.

2

Apr. 28

32% Nov.
33% Nov.
Oct.

5
6
4

13

54%
Feb. 20
23
Feb.
7
4
Jan.
Feb. 17
May 12 153
65
May 12
Jan. 24
11% Oct. 24
Apr. 29
21% Jan. 31
June 12
10
Jan.
60% Nov. 13
Jan.

20

A

Apr. 30

9% Nov. 5
Nov. 17

40

Jan.

70% Jan.

Jan.

18

60% Nov. 13
34% Nov. 16

6

I Oct.

5

,

Oct.

28

,

Apr. 30

40% Jan. 25
43
Aug.
6
2
34% Jan.
Nov. 16

Nov. 16

Oct.

7

25

57% Nov. 12
11% Nov. 18

: Jan.

2

4
61% June
11% Jan. 23

25

Apr. 28

N. Y. STOCK
AGGREGATE SALES
Since

In
November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS

Jan. 2

Shares

•<

32,300
2,100

480

30
42,000
4,000
,

Preferred

...

16,400
10,900
240

3,850

•\

360

65.400

Sale

Sale

47

....

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale

17

23%

Sale
1

Sale

1%
1%

Nov. 14
Nov. 23
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

16%

Nov. 16 118
Nov.
2

115

Sale

Sale"

Sale

Sale

151%

Sale

130% Nov.

2

115
Sale

Sale

112

Nov.

2

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

42% Nov. 23

Sale

112% Nov. 28

Sale

12% Nov. 27

Sale
Sale
Sale

77% Nov.

Sale
Sale

165
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

L10% 112
Sale

14% Sale

-

Nov.
5
Nov. 18
Nov. 16
Nov.
2
Nov. 28
Nov. 10

Nov. 20

c1(?^

15%

76

4
2

Sale

Sale

15%

71

2

Sale

Sale

...........100

Preferred

430,265 Eaton Mfg. Co......
...4
467,700 ttttlngon Schlld
*
1,241,300 Electric Auto-Lite (The)...5
4,700
Preferred... ...........100
1,158,700 Electric Boat.
........3

24,400
174,500
101,800

Ask

30%

.........100

.

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask

Sale

469,300 Du Poat de Nem A Co (£1) .20
36,800
0% non-voting debea .100
4,830 Ouquesne Light 1st prof..100
217,200 Eastern Rolling Mills..
5
116,500 Eastman Kodak Co. of N. J.*

200

Nov. 2

Ask

•
32,900 Dresser (S R) Mfg con* cl A..*
Class B
58,100
10,100 Dulutta South Sh A At I—100
Preferred
100
14,700
163,300 Dunhlll (at.............-.1
17,800 Duplaa Silk.............—*

300
800

»

1936_
Par

2,183,000 Douglas Aircraft Co lac

129,400
3,500
15,100

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Shares

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

171
160

Nov. 2
Nov. 17

Nov. 2
Nov. 16

37% Nov. 24

13% Nov. 23

15% Nov. 16
47% Nov. 6
L15

6

82% Oct.

29
13

6

60% Nov. 18

Jan.

23 33%
% May 20
1%
3
1% Jan.
6
8%
4% July 10
Nov. 19
18%
13% Aug. 27
Nov. 30 114
June
8 118
Nov. 21 133
Apr. 30 184%
Nov. 25 129
Feb.
7 133%
Nov. 17 *111% June 12 115%
Nov. 17
Nov. 18

7% Nov. 12

Nov.

6

14% Nov. 18

6

50% Jan.
Apr.

9%
1
156
Apr. 28 185
152
July 24 166
28% Jan.
6 40%
5% Apr. 28 15%
30% Apr. 27 47%
110% Jan. 23 115
10
Apr. 30 17%
5% July

;

Nov. 16
Jan. 15
Jan.

15

Oct.
Jan.

13
17
30
21
1
14

Nov.

Nov.

Apr.
Feb.
Feb. 11
Aug.

8

Mar. 13

Nov. 16
Nov. 16
Nov. 6
Nov.

6

Feb.

Elec & Musical Ind—

552,800
3,729,500

91,700
458,300
46,500
24,900
14,200
10,700
31,000
30,600
2,000
2,100
6,500
1,800

566,600
315,500
122,830
127,400
150,300
30,600
19,506
2,170
89,000
22,600
28,700
10,100

900

1,500
41,200
31,200
26,100
10,700
10,700
42,200
49,300

$7 pref
$6 pref

...

800

540

Endlcott-Johnson

—.

100

5% preferred

Engineers Pub Service....—1

810

478,30G
53,200
174,200
263,500
14,300
356,400
93,500
3,150
365,200
5,620
133,600
3,060
406,600
1,710
7,700

1,690

420

52,200
290

15,000
530

72,600
240

40

250

64,100

1,230
*

70
110

7,000
1,620
581,200
6,900
5,500
35,100
2,400
240

15,600
16,600

125,700
14,900
22,400
8,780
50.200
5,400
89,500
5,800
158,300
6,100
27,800
4,200
36,300
30,000
226,400
18,300
220,900
21,700
89,000
1,330
173,600
100,100

Nov.

"62% "64""

Sale
113

Nov. 17
Nov. 10

Nov. 17
Feb.
7

112% Nov.

"7

Sale

11

Nov.

80

65

Nov.

78%

74

Nov.
Nov.

§""

47%
46

Sale
50%

Sale

Preferred series A

10

..100

First National Stores...

Flintkote Co

_*

.

900' Gar

330,000
8,700
361,200
610,000
2,190
253,200
530,200
220,100
47,730
57,700
2,120
3,078,700
819,000
1,737,700
9,800
1,330
910

88,400
10,020
4.988,980
88,800
103,300
279,700
27,000
2,130
188,900
157,700
1,210
,

837,500
74,800
229,200
41,140
209,500
33,100
679,100
59,000

Co Inc

L85

193

Notf.

Nov.

51

Nov.

Sale

22% Nov.

Sale

93

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Sale

53

Nov.

64

53

80

88
Sale
Sale

L05

Sale

Sale

104% Nov.

9

Sale

Sale

8% Nov.
3% Nov.

7%
4%

Sale

43% Sale"
20%
22%
x25% Sale
102

Sale

43%
37

Preferred (7)

.100

Electric....
Foods

*

_...___*

Gen Gas Jt Elec Cl A
r

*

Conv preferred A
Preferred A (7)

31

40

34

Sale

Sale"
111

Sale

62

67%
30% Sale
121% 160%
52% Sale
42
Sale
Sale

4%
40%
.08%
35%
.12%
41%
89

25%
.09%
67%
40%

5%J

127% 143
9% Sale
5% Sale
17
71
55
141

38%
34%
%
12

15%

•

Preferred. .............100

67

Preferred (5)
.....*
Gen Outdoor Advertising. A*

Common

»

General Printing Ink...
»
Preferred
...._.*
General Public Service...
*
...

General Ry Signal..
Preferred

<ST

*

Gen Realty A Utilities Cotp.l
Preferred

General Refractories./..
*
Gen Steel Castings pref
*
Gen Theatres Equip Corb...»
Gen'Time Instrum Corpl...*
Gillette Safety Razor
Convertible

1,074,900
15,600
348,200
29,700
510,400
491,500
1,787,300

Nov.

9

17%

Sale
Sale
109
Sale
120
Sale
90%
Sale
119
70
Sale

31 % Nov.

40

75

Nov. 19

40% Nov. 24

Nov. 28

Nov. 28

Nov. 20

Oct.

Feb.

1
4

Apr.

14

Nov. 30
Feb. 29

70

Sale

108

Nov. 13

Sale

66
38

Nov. 12
Nov. 12

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale
Sale

25% Nov.

2

Nov. 24

Nov.

Nov. 16

5J

27% Sale
17%
102% 102% 100
Sale
17%
13% Sale
12%
102% 102% 103%
63
*70% Sale
16%
17% Sale
149
149%

Nov. 17
Nov. 17

Nov.

4

Nov. 25

Nov. 30

4

Nov. 30
Nov. 18

Nov. 10

17% Nov.:
8% May :

Npy^lO

97

Nov.
Nov.

2

Nov.

2

Nov.

4

Nov.

4

Nov. 30
Nov.
9

Nov.

2

Nov.

Sale

116

Nov.

5

Nov. 27
Nov. 18

Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov.

150

2

14

Jan.

Oct.

2

19

Jan.

Oct.

19% Jan.
58
July

Oct.

30
3
6

Sale

10

Sale

70

Sale

8% Nov.
60% Nov.

6

Sale

Sale
108

3% Sale

Sale

46

Sale

Sale

17% Sale

Sale

88%
88%
7% Sale

Sale
Sale

14% Sale

87

87

Sale

9% Sale
79% Sale
Sale

.....100

3% Sale

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

2

Nov. 30

36

Nov.

81

Sale

41% Sale
54

Sale

Sale

5% Sale
Sale

Sale

32^

Sale

Sale

AS**
92

Sale

Sale

it'4

U3*

Sale
Sale

Sale

92*

95

Sale

Sale

5* Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Nov. 12

Nov. 30
Nov. 28

4

Nov. 10

15% Nov. 20

Nov. 30
Nov. 28
Nov. 18

Nov.

2

19% Nov.

2

84% Nov.

2

40% Nov. 30
52% Nov. 19
5

Nov. 25

6% Nov.

24%
77%
23%
L03%
10%
92

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 14
Nov.
Nov.
_

_

Nov.

9

2% Nov.
3% Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov.

4

Nov. 27
Nov.
4
Nov. 18

Nov. 30
Nov. 23
Nov. 28
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 18

Noy.

6

80,100 Granite City Steel

202,700|Grant (WT)
331,400 Great Northern It

For footnote* mo page 40.




•

Sale
Sal*

•

Sale

ore prop.*

16 ~ Sale

3% Sale
20% Sale
30% Sale
48% Sale
20% Sale

5
24

Sale
Sale

34% Sale
52% Sale
20% Sale

116

3% Nov.
19% Nov.
Nov.

2
2
7

47% Nov.

2

29

20

Jan.

:

Oct.

Aug. 24
Nov.

9
Nov. 27

53% Jan.
118

Jan.

18%
5%
38
105

Jan.
Jan.

Sept. 21
Sept. 21

Feb.

Nov. 13
June 20
Feb.
5

:

Jan.

3
32

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.

Feb.

4

Mar. 14

2
Apr. 28
26% May 25
33% Apr. 30
32% Apr. 30

Feb. 21
Feb. 21
Nov. 12
Nov. 27
Nov. 18

18% June 30
30% July
7
13% June 25

Jan.

70

Aug. 21
6% Jan.
6
84
Oct. 15
39% June 11

Jan.

18
2
2

July

27

Feb.

28

Feb.

17

21
11

Nov. 30
Nov. 23

8

Apr. 15

2

Nov. 30

52% Sept.
3% Jan.
6% Nov.
13% Jan.
74
Sept.
21% July
87
Jan.
8% Apr.
77
Jan.
2
June

Nov. 10

16

24
Nov. 18

Nov. 19
14

Jan.

28

Nov. 30

6

Nov. 18
Feb. 19

30

Nov. 12

9% Sale

191,600 Grand Union Co trust ctfs-.l
112,700
Conv preferred series.....*

9

140

106

41% Nov.

Sale
Sale

Sale

3

6

Nov.

Nov. 13
Nov. 18

Sale

Sale

25% Sale
89%
90%

Sale

"23% Sale"

Nov.

Nov. 25
Nov.
4

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 23

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Nov. 23
Nov. 23
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 2

Sale

Sale

""3%

5

2

2%
35%
51%
49%
26%

Sale

Sale

48% Sale

4

5

„

Sale

-

107% 109% 107

3% Sale

Aug. 21

Nov.

2

41

Feb. !

Nov. 21

Nov.

254%
69%
229%
40%

June 20

Nov.

47

Sale

:

51% Oct.

Nov. 16
Nov. 30

75

Sale

Sale
Sale
S&le

9

Nov. 27

70% Jan.

Nov. 24
61% Nov. 2
Nov. 16
117
68
Nov. 23

4

52

Sale

11
9

Nov. 10

Nov.

2

Sale

Nov.

Jan.

Nov. 10
Feb.
5

2

Nov.

2% Sale

Jan.
Nov.

Oct.

5% Jan.
17

34% Apr. i

Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov. 19

:

33% Feb.% Jan.

Sale

108

7

Jan.

Nov. 10
Nov.
2

62

4% Sale
48% Sale
117

Apr. 21
Nov. 17
Oct. 24

Nov. 10

119

Sale

Jan.

42% Apr. :
10% Apr. :

Nov.

Sale

isa

Nov. 18

2

Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov. 30

5

59

79%

Aug. 27

Nov.

2

69

85

Nov. 17

Nov.

Sale

75

9

„

141

5

Nov. 17

% Nov.
1\% May
100

17

48% Nov.
41% Nov.

63% Sale

Sale

2

51% Nov. 16

69
75

14

19

37
34

rov. i
Nov. 16

19%

20
Sale

Sale

lov.

46

51% Sale
150% 152
51% Sale

Apr.

.3% Jan.

4

125% 120

40
107

9

Nov.

Sale

41%
2%

Nov. 17

Nov.
6
Nov. 13
Nov. 17

Sale

31
2
5

Feb.

Sale

Sale

Mar.

Nov. 19

21% Sale

Sale

Mar.

Nov. 17
Nov. 16

Nov.

Sale

154

Nov. 18

July

Nov. 17
Nov. 30

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 30

Nov. 18
; Nov., 18
i

Sale

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 10

5

108% Nov. 23
34% Nov. 2
115

128

106

4

Sale

Sale

Sale
118%
Sale
Sale
41%

Nov.

124

Sale

9

Sept. 11
Nov. 10
Nov. 30

Sale

6

15

9
Nov. 10

Nov. 30

Sale

6

"18%

Oct.

Nov. 10

2

Sale

Sale

6
4

Nov.

43% Nov.

118

56%

.......

stamped.—

106% Nov.

Sale

56%
117%
18%
5%
40%

preferred.!..*

Gimbel Brothers
...»
$6 preferred.
....._*
Glldden Co (The)
*
4%% conv preferred.....50
Gobei (Adolf)
l
Goebel Brewing Co
1
Goodrich (B F)____
%
63,500
$5 preferred
»
1,681,600 Goodyear TA R
*
94,400
1st preferred
♦
294,400 Gotham Silk Hosiery....
•
8,340
Preferred
...100
1,536,100 Graham-Paige Motors
l
351,200 GranbyConsMSAP-

Nov.

Sale

L20

Mills—

Corp,.........10

9

Sale

13% Sale

13

Gen Motors

Mar.

Nov,

Nov.

104% x103%Nov.12
Sale
51% Nov. 4
Sale
35% Nov. 21
32% 30% Nov. 10
Sale
4% Nov. 2

Sale

51% Sale
36% Sale

29%
4% Sale
•

Nov. 12
Nov.

4

44

31% Sale
L05

29

.....*

General

Mar.

Sale

45

46% Sale

..*

Preferred A (8)

Mar.

! Nov. 30

.

38% Nov.

Sale

Sale"

12% Sale

General

I Sept. 21
Aug. 11

2

Sale

3% Sale
4% Sale
38%

37%

Sale
152

General

7

13

Nov. 30

Sale

2% Sale
21%

Sale

100

Sale

Nov.

8

Oct.

Nov. 30

84

5

Oct.

Nov. 28

82%

Sept.

Mar. 25

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

110

7%.......

Noy/

Sale

Sale

Inc.__.__

Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

195

100

Preferred

3

52%
24%
97%

97

Gen Cigar

I Nov. 27

Sale

7

130

47%

*

Nov. 18
Nov. 17

Nov.

5% Nov.

60

5

5

30

I Aug. 10
i
Jan.
8
Mar. 19

,

6

'20% Sale"

..........

A

Nov. 30

Nov.

Gen Amer Transp Corp

Class

13% Nov.

; Nov.

Nov. 25
Nov. 27

121

General Baking Co.........5
General Bronze..........
General Cable

7

14% Nov.

Sale

*

Oct.

63

3

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

9

Sale

10% Sale

Preferred

Nov.

Nov.

Sale
195

3% Sale

Gen American Investors..
*
Preferred
.__*

v

5

22

Sale

Sale

$6 pf._*

conv

Wood Industries Inc

i Oct.

15

30

2d preferred....

9

64% Sale

110

6% conv pref jl......... 100
Fuller Co prior pref.....___*

9

Sale

100

10

5

Nov.

Sale

3%

.....10

Freeport TexasCo

Nov.

Nov.

8% Nov.

13

7% con* preferred
...._*
FourthiNat'Klnvestors.——1
100

13

June 30

14% Nov.

38%

*

Franklin Simon pref

Oct.

[ June 30

2

26% Nov.

Sale

(The)...._._..*

preferred

Nov.

July 22
I June 10

Sale

Food Machinery Corp new 10
conv

7
Nov. 30
Nov. 28
Nov. 21

Sale

tFollansbee Bros..

4%%

Nov.

Sale

Florsheim Shoe (The) cl A..*

Foster-Wheeler

80

Nov.

Sale

*

Firestone Tire A Rubber

56

Sale

Federated Departm't Stores.*

2d

36,100
28,400
12,300
15,100
30,000

5
6

Sale

Federal Screw Works.......*

HO, Gannett

900

331,000
57,200

Feb.

297,400 Gabriel Co (The) Class A.._*
21,600
Rights
28,130 Gamewell Co (The)
._*

11,100
21,600
4,630

34,800
48,800
12,100
4,900
8,400

7

Feb.

....*

.....—*

Nov. 30

Nov. 17

—

Federal Water Service A

47$

Nov.

Sale

Federal Motor Truck

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Federal Mining A Smelt..100
Preferred...
..100

22,720

3.700
22,600
62,100
2,500
33,100
8,700

44

Jan.

....—-*

$5.50 preferred
06 cum preferred

68

Sale

7% Feb. 21
19% Nov. 28
Nov. 20

Nov. 23

05 conv preferred —...»*

13,100
4Ji% preferred
—100
120,800 Fidelity Phenlx Fire Ins.2.50

67,165

140

3
.50

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 17

IX

El Paso Natural Gas Co

6% Nov. 17
19% Nov. 28
89% Nov. 20
83% Nov. 30

5% Nov.
14

Nov.

%

—50

Preferred

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
54%
Sale
1%

Sale

54

*

lElk Horn Coal Corp

680 Fllene's Sons

.

50%

Elec Storage Battery_......*

....

28,600
12,200
371,800
95,100
321,800
123,500

6,800
3,400
25,200
6,200
21,300
25,600
13,100
11,900

200

33 %

*
...—.——*

90,855 Fairbanks Co.............25
Preferred .....——.—100
51,180
239,200 Fairbanks Morse 8c Co......*
10,700
6% conv preferred...
100
360,200 Falardo Sug Co Porto Rico.20
175,200 Federal Light A Traction..15
3,600
Preferred....
*

40,200
10,800

23,300
126,800

*

279,900 Equitable Office Bldg .....
401,700 Erie
100
321,800
First preferred...
100
108,400
Second preferred.....
100
173,100 Eureka Vacuum Clean......5
436,900 Brans Products Co.........5
119,500 Exchange Buffet Corp.
*

15,340
15,180
23.300

36,500

6%
5X

shares........

American

Elec Power & Light

Nov. 24

Nov. 17

Nov.

9
Nov. 30

Nov. 30i

I Nov.

5

1% July
6 11% Mar. 19
3% Apr. 30
6% Jan. 15
Apr. 29 x25% Nov. 9
24% Aug.
4 35% Apr.
2
28% Jan. 16 52% Nov. 30
16
Jan.
2
22% Oct. 17
16

SALES

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK

Since
Jan. 1

Price
Jan. 2

BXCHAKOI

Ask
Ask Bid
425* Sale

Par
Great Northern pref...

Bid

345* Sale
315* Sale
135
137

338,200
5,480

Great West Sufi

.....

too

Preferred

410 Green Bay 8c Western

868,100 Green (H L) Co
I,500 Greene Cananea Copper. .100
408,000 Greyhound Corp (The).. —5
New
179,400
185,000 Guantanamo Sugar.....
Preferred. ............ too
10,460
106,000 Gulf Mobile St Northern. 100
.100
Preferred
..........
54,720
»
52,400 Gulf States Steel........
5,630
7% 1st preferred...... lioo
19,900
Rights
10,500
3,730
354,300
113,100
3,600
4,620
237,000

95* Sale
305* Sale
29
Sale
108
Sale

151,100
3,430
531,700
25,400
812,500
5,700
1,480
291,500

100

Hanna (M A) Co
Harbison Walker

$5 pref
Ref

0%.........

100

A
....
6H% preferred.......
Hayes Body
..........

—i

Hazel-Atlas Co..........

.25

Preferred

Hat Corp class

100

..2

Hercules

35 5*

Motors.......

875*
Powder........—*
4,430
Preferred...
....100 121
785*
21,200 Hershey Chocolate—....—•
115
18,300
Cony preferred..........
305*
215,500 Holland Furnace
37,100

Hercules

5,180

$5

cony

121

1255*

1025* Sale
Sale
505* Sale
128
1355*
Sale" 175* Sale
105
Sale
109
Sale
6 5* Sale
Sale
104
1045*
Sale
135* Sale
1295* 1275* Sale

160

162

103

^

375*

Sale
Sale

Sale

500"

8,600
RR sec stock ctfs ser A1000
17.830
.......10
133,700 Indian Refining
505,800 Industrial Rayon Corp.....*
42,100 Ingersoll-Rand—._..—*
240

178,200
627,700
54,100
178,600
134,300
1,038,900
337,600
81,200
66,200
740.501
14,300
502,400
150,600

6%

preferred...........100

Inland

Steel

.......

Inspiration Cons

..1

Insuranshares Ctfs Ine

llnterboro Rap Tran r t c 100
Intercontinental Rubber...*

*
Agricultural......*
Prior preferred
...100
Int Business Machines.....*
Internet Harvester,....
*
7% preferred
100
Internet Hydro-Elec Sys A.25
Internet Mercaa Marina....*

Inter lake Iron....

Internet

37,000
46,300
75,300
19,190
3,406,900
328,400
6,640
57,000
47,900
900

7%

preferred

Internet Tel 8c Tel
Interstate Dept

Preferred

Intertype

...........

Corp

...

Sale
Sale

Sale

115*

Island Creek Coal
Preferred

38,100 Jewel Tea Inc..
269,200 Johns-Manville
Preferred..
3,960

...

100

10
22,600 Kalamazoo Stove Co...
850 Kansas City Lt 1st pf Ser B •
100
268,900 Kansas City Southern
Preferred
100
147,100
102,800 Kaufman Dept Stores._f 12.SO
....
5
128,600 Kayser(J) 8c Co
1,690 Kelth-Albee Orpheum pf.100
Kelsey Hayes Wheel—
Convertible class A.......1
295,700

1,540,600

Cony class B...........
Kelvinator Co

Sale

275*

595*

1

•

61
Sale

1245* Sale

817 Sale'
118"" 120""
135*
20

Sale
Sale

185* Sale
29

80

Sale
85

285* Sale
245* Sale
155* Sale
85
88
295* Sale

2,930 Kendall Co part pref set A..*
*
1,878,382 Kennecott Copper
246.250 Keystone St'l &Wire Co new *
• "19"" Sale
26,400 Kimberly-Clark
5
Sale
*
72,380 Kinney (G R)
365* Sale
8% preferred.........
42,970
25
Sale
10
484,300 Kresge (S S) Co
7% preferred
......100 106X
6,990
1
35,300 Kresge Dept Stores
72
88
8% preferred..
.....100
770
13,500 Kress (S H) & Co new.. ....*
• "265* Sale
502,000 Kroger Grocery 8c Bak
235* Sale
7,960 Laclede Gas.............100
37
425*
Preferred..............100
7,970
225* Sale
•
304.600 Lambert Co (The)
75* Sale
...........*
27,300 Lane Bryant
145* Sale
ft
278,200 Lee Rubber 8c Tire.
155* Sale
260,000 Lehigh Portland Cement—25
Sale
4% conv preferred...... 100 107
15,330
85* Sale
Lehigh Valley
50
695,600
25* Sale
293,900 Lehigh Valley Coal.........*
Preferred...
.......50
135* Sale
254,400
95
Sale
.*
127,100 Lehman Corn (The)....
12
Sale
182,100 Lehn & Fink Products Corp. 5

lOOg

For footnote* see page




43.

Sale

138

Nov. 17
Nov. 16

115

Sale

Sale

Nov. 16

335*
405* Nov. 19
1125* Nov. 13

78

44

Nov.

70

Nov.

145* Nov.

125* Nov.;

Sale

Sale

Sale
32

Sale

Nov.

ifP

Vi
8*

Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. IS
Nov. 11

Nov. 24

19

145* Feb.
16
Aug.
335* Oct.
105* Nov.
14

Nov. 18

2

665* Nov. 18

May

4

Nov. 20

Feb.

6

Nov. 30

Apr. 30

Nov. 30

Jan.

6

Nov. 30

Jan.

9

Nov. 28
Nov. 27

Apr. 30
May 22
Apr. 27

Nov. 12

Jan.

Nov. 17

Jan.

Nov. 12

Jan.

Sale
Sale

5

AA
Sale
29
49

915*
125* Sale
355* Sale

I Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

i

Sale
Sale

33

Sale

105

195* x205* Sale
Sale
30
I Sale
1215*
88

Nov.

Sale

Sale
Sale

92
Sale

90

Nov.

L5* Nov.

Nov.
6 111
)5* Nov. 10 115*
95*
i
Nov.
9
55* Nov. 30 615*
55* Nov. 17 30
1% Nov. 23 505*
!% Nov. 12 35
15* Nov. 4 93
1
Nov.
2

75* Nov.
)

Nov. 14

Jan.

2
4

Nov. 30

Feb.

Nov.
Nov.

2
4

Nov. 14

Nov. 2
Nov. 24

Nov. 30

5
L

117

3

19

Sale
Sale
Sale
27 5*
Sale

Sale
Sale

1015*
Sale

120
45

Sale

295*

—

172

95* Sale
35* Sale
75* Sale
0
Sale
0
Sale

8

May

Nov. 24

1265* Sale
50
Sale

Sale

9

Nov.

29

Sept. 21
Apr. 30
Jan.
2
Jan.
2

Nov. 18

4

1265* Sale

45* Sale
1
Sale
25* Sale
7
Sale
85* Sale
95* Sale
6.
Sale
65* Sale
0
Sale
05* Sale
95* 1005*
55* Sale
1
148
7
505*
45* Sale
85* Sale
45* Sale
95* Sale
7
Sale
75* Sale
25* Sale

9

Nov.

Nov.

145"'

Sale

7
9
9

June

3

126
Sale

185* Sale
425* Sale
29
355* Sale
255* 275* Sale
111
120
110

Apr.

Nov. 25

5

6
2

Nov.

Apr. 29

35* Nov.
35* Nov.

4
4

Nov.

Nov.

4

Nov.

55* Nov.

4

Nov.

Nov.

6

Nov.

Jan.

Nov. 18

3

2

05* Nov.l 4
35* Nov. 4
05* Nov. 2
5
Nov.
2
55* Nov. 14
85* Nov. 20
7
Nov. 9
5
Nov.
5
5
Nov. 5
75* Nov. 4
15* Nov. 13
75* Nov. 2
0
Nov. 10
Nov.

4

35* Nov.

2

5
6

Nov. 13

35* Nov. 24
85* Nov. 2
15* Nov. 12
2

6

Nov.

65*
85*
75*
25*

Nov. 2
Nov.
Nov. 23
Nov. 20

6

Nov.

2

Nov.

2

95* Nov. 20

Nov.

935* Nov. 14
Nov. 30
7 144
5 1265* Feb. 24
Nov. 14
2 150

18

Jan.

20

May 20

18

June

145* Jan.

7
5

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

I Nov. 13
i Nov. 23
Nov. 13
'

Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov.

Nov. 17
Nov. 17

Nov. 18
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
9
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 17

Nov. 20

Nov. 10

*2

27

Nov. 18

Nov.| 5

^6

* 8
365* Nov. 17
| Sept. 28 335* Feb. 25
Nov. 18
Jan.
7 110
Jan.

Nov. 18

Nov.

Nov, 30
Apr.
Apr.

26
2
2 '485* Apr.

Nov. 19

Nov.

Nov»19 /

I May 27 129
July 15 50
Nov. 24 121

2
12
12
17
12

87

4
2

Feb. 28
7

285* Jan.
175* June
185* Jan.
35* May
30
Apr.
205* Apr.
xlOl
Sept.
45* Apr.
745* Feb.
355* Aug.
195* June
205* Apr.
32
June
155* July
75* Jan.
12
July
155* Apr.
945* Apr.

4

7
11
28
28
9

4 Jan.
2
* Jan.
2
4 Mar. 20
Oct.

4
4
4
>4

July

8

Nov. 30

4 Nov. 18
>4 Feb. 10

29

^ Nov. 13

26

4 Nov. 23
Nov. 13
Jan.
8

31

30
27
10
29
2

15

30
30

% Jan.

31

£

13
6
17
18

!*
4
4
4

July
Feb.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10

Nov. 10
Oct.

6
July
95* Apr. 29
89
May 11
12
Jan.
2

Feb.
Oct.

2

28

Nov. 5
Oct.
3
Nov. 30

2

85* Jan.

,

07
Oct. 16
225* Apr.
2
315* Nov. 12
26
Sept. 1

Aug. 14

Nov. 19

19

Oct.
Feb.

665* Nov. 18
36
Nov. 20
215* Nov. 30
105* Nov. 30
45* Nov. 30
975* Nov. 28
485* Nov. 18
12
Sept. 9
115* Oct. 20
105* Oct. 20
615* Nov. 12
30
Oct. 23
535* Feb. 21
35
Nov. 17
93
Nov. 25
195* Feb. 17
375* Nov. 18

Apr. 28
Oct.
8

Nov. 17

L

35* Nov.
15* Nov.

395*

Nov.

Wi

2

9
9

Nov.

225* Nov. 18
315* Nov. 12
Nov. 13 1215* Nov. 5

)5* Nov.
55* Nov.

144

Sale

Nov. 18

Nov. 10 105

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

48

2

19
16
30

295* Oct. 17
545* Sept. 2
735* Oct.
8
20
Oct. 19
155* Nov. 10
415* Nov. 12
47
Feb. 14
35
Sept. 29
22
Nov. 6
165* Nov. 5
75* Jan. 18
185* Jan. 11
55* Feb. 14
155* Mar. 4
55* Mar. 11
415* Nov. 30
905* Nov. 30
015* Nov. 12
60
Apr.
3
55* Jan.
8
8
Feb. 21

185* Apr. 30
30
June
5
38
Jan.
6
11
May 12
45* Jan.
2
255* May 21
36
May 12
25
Aug. 24
885* July
7
65* Jan.
6
5
Oct. 27
115* Apr. 30
25* Jan.
2
95* July
1
25! July 10
225* July 10
60
Apr. 28
565* Jan.
8
485* Jan. 23
25* Apr. 30
45* Jan.
2

605* Nov.

5 136
9 215*
6 105*
45*
7
2 97

1
14

6
8
145* Feb. 20
33
Mar. 4
78
Nov. 16
705* Nov. 12
125* Jan. 15
63
Nov. 10
55* Jan. 23
175* Feb.
6
225* Nov. 5
35* Feb. 19

15

2

485*

485*

Sale

9
5

Nov. 27

30

Sale

45*
935*

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov.

Nov. 17
Apr. 17
Jan. 13
Feb.
6

35

55* Nov.

Nov.
1335* 1345* 131
55* Nov.
205* Sale
10 5 8 Sale
>5* Nov.

Sale

Nov. 19

Oct.

38

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov.

125* Nov. 2
35* Nov. 2
315* Nov. 13
1705* Nov. 2
925* Nov. 4
xl505* Nov. 4
4
Nov. 12

132

Sale

6
5

136

6

x63

Sale

9
5
14
2
10
12
17

Nov.

159
Sale

Sale
Sale

48

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
2
6
6

Sale

Sale
152

i

5
5

1135* Nov.
115* Nov.
5
Nov.
12
Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

;

Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov.

35* Nov.

55*
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 10

265*
495*
725*
185*
155*
415*

225* Nov.;

Nov. 10

55*
145*
225*
25*

Sale

Sale

Nov.

5
5
16
12
6

63

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov.

305* Nov.

375* Nov.
Nov.
1345* il29

Sale

Nov. 28

*705* Nov.
105* Nov.

Sale
130

Sale

6

Nov. 23

Aug.

11

Jan. 23
Aug. 13
585* Sept. 24
)2
Sept. 16
105* Jan.
2
)8
June 13
9
Jan.
2
195* Jan. 13
38
Feb. 17
14
July
3
195* June 5
225* July
2
355* Jan. 14
34 5* June
4
65* Jan.
7
185* Jan. 21
35* June 10
85* Apr. 27
135* May
4
1
Jan.
2

4
6

Nov.

Jan.

34

26

70

68

27

11

14

1295*

129

68

245* Sale
445*
465*
70
725*
16
Sale
125* Sale

495*
Sale

Sale

95

20 Joliet & Chic RR 7% gtd.-lOO
54,886 tones 8c Laugh Steel pref. 100

196.100

Sale

Sale

1

.......*

•

Sale

Sale

Sale

9

Sale
775*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
195* Sale
15* Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

4

Nov.

285*
755*
665*
105*
585*
45*
125*

765*

35*

Sale

6

Nov.

Nov.

43

345* Sale
L255* Sale
4
45*
25* Sale
15* Sale
265* Sale
405* Sale
107
35* Sale

*
Iff
*
1

Stores

Nov.

4

355* Nov. 25

160

Sale

1535*
35* Sale
45* Sale

190
_.....*

International Silver

Nov. 20

43

425*

)4

Nov ..18

450

Sale

Jan. 20
Nov. 24
45* Apr. 30
)2
Aug. 10
125* Aug. 17
L7
May 14
505* July
8
255* Apr. 30

L2

Nov. 16

444"

418

Sale

Sale

Nov. 24
Nov.
5

il7

Sale

Sale

*
...109

Nov. 12

2
Nov. 24
104
65* Nov. 2
Nov.
2
103
135* Nov. 13
1255* Nov. 14

114

Sale

International Salt.
International Shoe

Nov. 17

Nov. 16

Nov.

1125* Nov.
445* Nov.

Sale
Sale
725*

25*

2

Nov.

47
127

1095* 108
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

149

„,I1V

No,v. 18
Nov. 17
Nov. 10

6

085*
425*
.145*
275*
395*

615* Sale

2,382,400 Internet Nickel of Canada..*
PreferreJ
100
12,300
599,300 Internat Paper Jc Pnwer cl A *
Class B
*
223,100
Class C
•
517,500
Preferred......
.....100
1,451,500
*
65,950 Internat Printing Ink
9,470
Preferred
........100
34,760'lnt Rya of Cent Amer
..*
Certificates......
.....*
16,170
Preferred
.......100
37,430

Nov. 14

1125*

1015* Sale
65* Sale
7
Sale
18
Sale
25* Sale
135* Sale
4
Sale
35
365*
L765* Sale

....*

Copper..20

2
6

13
6
L4

66

Sale

345* Oct. 10
37
Aug.
4
145* Nov. 23
32
Nov. 18
255* Nov. 17
355* Mar. 18
525* Nov. 17
28
Sept. 24
185* Nov. 24
15
Jan.
3
9
Mar.
5
33
Mar.
6
215* Jan.
6

Jan.
4
June 10
Jan.
9
Jan.
2
)9
May 19
)0
June 22
105* Jan.
3
20
Jan.
3

10

Nov. 23

136
295* Sale

1115*

465* Oct. 14
Nov. 28
7 41
6 1495* Aug. 14
Oct. 17
9 65
28 395* Nov. 18
Jan. 23
21 95
11 805* Jan. 27
4 175* Nov. 6
35* Nov. 26
7
7 635* Nov. 27
2 195* Mar. 4
8
2 625* Oct.
Aug.
8
7 63
24 1295* Sept. 9
11
Nov.
6

6

35* Nov. 23

Nov. 27

102

33

Jan.

105

Nov. 10

Sale

Sale

95* Jan.
305* Jan.
285* Jan.

Nov. 10

1285*

Sale"
Sale

Nov.

May

485* May
155* Nov.
15* July
24
July

Nov. 12

Sale

38

Nov.

65

36

164

160

Sale

Nov.

2
2
6
25
27
9
5
5
24
5

34

105* Nov.
Nov.
21
Sale
Nov.
1215* 116

31

120
Sale

205* Sale
335* Sale
59
595*
125*
13
45* Sale
30
Sale
L17
Sale

6% pref series A.....—100
Leased line stock
100

42

345*
365* Sale
135* Sale

Sale

118

...—100

Illinois Central

68,300

2

34

365*

105*
105*
165* Sale
15* Sale

1,145,800

Nov.

105* Sale

Sale

Preferred
—100
37,100
1,483,800 Hudson Motor Car.........*
875,800 Hupp Motor Car Corp.....10

1285* Nov. 2
55* Nov. 23

Sale

130

4

111.500 Hudson flc Manhattan....106

Nov.

49

4
4
Nov. 16
Nov. 23

Nov.

18*

Nov.

129

Sale

preferred........

478,900 Hollander (A) Ik Son
5
235*
406,000 Holly Sugar Corp..........*
620
7% preferred...........100
12,500 Homestake Mining
.....100 480
415*
39,700 Houdallle-Hershey cl A
*
305*
832,000
Class B_...
65
II,600 Household Finance part pf 50
28,700
Class A..................*
65*
1,453,300 Houston OH of Texas y t c 25
535*
261,100 Howe Sound yot trust ctfs._5

Nov.

13

10

1515* 1575*

100

7% preferred.........

Nov. 13

335* Nov.

Sale

9

485*
1275*
165*
1065*

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

1285*

103

2
4

Sale

50

i?i»

Nov.

3
61

55
Sale

36

Nov.

155* Nov.

16"" Sale"

54
Sale

138"

125 136

(G W)

Helme

Sale

*

Hecker Prod Corp v t C-,

Nov. 30

325*

505* Mar.
22
Apr.

Nov. 18

2

Nov.

76
62

Jan.
Jan.

31
136

68

34

315*
14 5*

325* Jan.

435* Nov. 5
41
Nov. 28
Nov. 2
4 145

23
2

Sale

76

52

65* Sale
4
Sale
0
112
35* 104
05* Sale
8
120
35* Sale
35* 117
55* Sale
0
Sale

Hamilton Watch.......

Sale

Sale

Sale

5

355* Nov.
143
Nov.

375* Sale

2

305*

95*

M25
Preferred A.............25
Hall Printing
.......10

820

63 5*

48

Sale Prices

37 5* Nov.

66

90

135*
525*

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale

143

Sale

315*

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale

395*
405*

MM Sale

Sale
29 Vi

2

27

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Bid

Sale

Sale
69

145
66

725* Sale

Hackensack Water......

Preferred

70
Sale
90

40
27
81

RR .100

355*

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

.100

Shares

1,570,300

JAN, 1

RANGE SINCE

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

AQGKBQATB

35

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

DBC., 1936]

19
6
1

5* Nov. 20

5* Nov. 10

36

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

AGGREGATE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS
Since

Jan. 2

1

Jan.

v

Par

■

;

Bid

135,100 Lerner Stores Gorp
*
650,900 Lib bey-Owen* Ford Glass...-*

418,600
51,700
26,900
187,300
9,500
59,100
225,900
90,200
204,800
1,059,900
14,800
373,800
531,400
292,300
51,600
1,460
530,100
6,020
57,080
126.600

Life Savers
Lirrett &

Sale

Corp..........-5

Lily Tulip Gup Gorp

Liquid

*
*

Carbonic

Preferred

...—.-.*

Loft incorporated

26,800 Mac Andrews 8c Forbes Co.. 10

287,500
526,900
38,350

Marine Midland

Sale
Sale

99
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

,.100

5% guar

2234 Sale

Sale

Ry........100

155

50%

53

32

Sale

6% conv pref new—...100
5

$3

conv

McLei

an

Oc^Robblns
pref

5
*

...

Stores Co.—.

1

1824 Sale
40

Melville Shoe Corp

Sale

11534 11934
10

Sale

3934 Sale
12 H Sale
Sale

9934

*

Preferred

62

1

Mangel Co

Miami

115

Sale

89

Sale

934

*
.......5

Sale
Sale

Sale"

58

Sale

Petroleum.10

Mid-Continent

Sale

103
28..
4334

Midland Steel Products

Sale

.100

First oreferred

*

Sale

Minn-Honeywell Reg Co....*

Minn Molina Pow

10734 Sale

Iasplem..*

6* Sale

*

Sale

Preferred

Sale

50

Motor Products

•

Motor Wheel

.

.*

..........

Munsingwear

.....

*

90

Sale

3934 Sale
Sale
6134
34 Sale
31
32
Sale
Sale

8034 Sale
20

23

Murphy Co (G C )........._*
5% preferred.
100
1,455,300 Murray Corp of Ameflca-.lt
26,500 Myers (F E) 8c Bros
.*

43

Sale

1,296,500

18

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nash Motors Co

....

♦

1,107,700 National Biscuit
10
11,300
7% preferred
.......100
794,500 Nat Cash Register
*
1,421,000 Nat Dairy Prod Corp
♦
...

....

6,430

3,600
501,100
1,313,350
27,500

7% preferred class A
100
7% preferred class B....100
(National Dept Stores...
*
Nat Distillers Products.....*
Nat Enamel 8c Stamp.
•

320,300 National Lead
3,000
Preferred A
3,420
Preferred B

new....

10
10S

100

1,622.800

Nat Power 8c Light
24.800 Nat Rys of Mex 1st pref

96,200
483.000
435.900
121,420
211,100
291,900
57,700
37.100
1,510

Woe footnotes

2nd preterm*
National Steel

National

23
166

National Tea Co.. .........
Natomas Co....
Neisner Bros..

—_._....*

Newberry Co (J J)......
•
5% preferred series A
100

40.

07

Nov.

2

Nov. 27

Sale

22

14

iiH

2334 Sale
2234 Sale

10834 109
10734
30

Sale

28

Sale

P

Sale

5734

Sale

94

*

42

Sale

4334

Sale

2734 Sale
234 Sale
534 Sale
2734 Sale
9934 Sale

8*

Sale

Sale

No

4134

Sale

Sale

2434

Sale

Sale

3834

Sale

Sale

99"

Sale

35

Sale

74

Sale

Sale

106

Sale'
Sale

1634 Sale

1934 Sale
5934

1734 Sale
1334 Sale
3334 Sale

Sale
Sale

142

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
160

sl5Q

1234 Sale
134 Sale

7234 Sale
6734 Sale
122

Sale

934 Sale
*

12'
w

160

Sale

Sale

3234 Sale
2434 Sale
10834 110
108
22

Sale
Sale

3134
3234
3634
16334

Sale
Sale
Sale
170

142

147

1234 Sale
134 Sale
34 Sale
7534 Sale
68

70

12334 125
1134 Sale

Sale

13

Sale

Sale

58

Sale

6034 Sale
108

Nov.

6234 Sale
108

110

160
142

22

Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.:
Nov.;
Nov.:

Mar.

5

-

2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
_

Nov.

9

4

Nov.

2

6634 Nov. 16
Nov. 16
934 Nov. 2
1134 Nov. 2
53
Nov. 2

6034 Nov.
Nov.

3634 Nov. 27

7
6

4934
11834

„

Aug. 14
Nov. 28

Jan.

313
403
53

Jan.

2

10 122
91

31

Jan.

9

45

6

65

3

1334 Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 27

110

04

Nov. 23,
88
Mar.
9
Nov. 10 *65
8 112
Apr.
Nov. 10j 10634 June 19 126

934
8034
134
334
534

Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov. 4
Nov. 6
Nov. 10

24
8

Nov.

5

Nov.

9

2934
334
634
2834
0134

Nov. 9
Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 19
Nov. 23
Nov. 28
Nov. 30

Nov. 30
Oct.
9

Jan.

23
12

Nov. 18

Jan.

Apr. 30
9
2134 Jan.
Feb.

Oct. 19
Nov. 17

i°sh

21

5
5

Sept. 10
Mar. 30
Sept. 16

Nov. 10
Nov. 10

Jan.

6

1234 Mar. 23

Jan.

17

8034 Nov. 30
7
234 Feb.

July 14
Aug.
5
Jan.

2

gg

Feb.
Feb.

10
8

June 10
Jan.
6

2634 Mar. 16
934 Feb. 21

Jan.

3334

2

Oct.

16

Sept. 15

Feb.

7

Jan.

Feb.

11

3

Aug. 24 2834 Nov. 19
Mar.
6
May 19 103
68

Nov. 28

Jan.

7

Nov.

4

5934 Feb.

Jan.

6

71

Jan.

2

Apr. 30

234 Nov. 30
4334 Oct. 19

Jan.

27

Nov. 18

Nov. 25
Nov.
9
Nov. 17

2
6

1834 Nov. 19
4234 Nov. 9
18

Nov. 27

1434 Nov. 20
3534 Nov. 19
60
Nov. 30
3234 Nov. 30
2634 Nov. 10
12
Nov. 13
0834 Nov. 20
2434 Nov. 18
3234 Nov. 20
3334 Nov. 12
3634 Nov. 30
6634 Nov. 17
47

Nov. 16

1234 Nov. 2
134 Nov. 17
34 Nov. 16
7634 Nov. 27
7534 Nov. 7
27 34 Nov.
6
1234 Nov. 10
1334 Nov. 12
60

Nov. 24

6434 Nov. 9
10
Nov. 23

*

1134 Oct. 17
May 22
Nov. 30
May 13 100

*17

26

24

Jan.
3
Nov. 18
Nov. 17

2434

1234 Jan.
6

Jan.

1434
Jan.
3
4934
2134
Apr. 29
7 10834
Jan.

5
5
9

2234 Nov. 19
6234 Nov. 7

120

108

2
Nov. 17

1334 Nov.
3034 Nov.
4534 Nov.

24

834 Apr. 30

50

06

Nov. 10
Nov. 2
Nov. 14
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 28
Nov. 7
Nov. 27
Nov. 2

Nov.
Nov.

Feb.

3834 Oct.
85
Aug.

Nov. 30

00

36
79

34 Nov.
71

12

Apr. 27 4234 Nov.. 17*
Jan. 17 16134 Nov. 17
Nov. 18
70
4
May
Apr. 30 2134 Feb. 28
Feb. 28
55
Sept. 3
Nov. 20
5034 Apr.
8
Mar. 19
2 111
Jan.

9
2334
June 19 101
4034 Nov. 6 46
24
16
June 16

55

3934 Nov. 18
0134 Nov. 23

1034 Nov. 13
1

5634 Nov. 23
2534 Nov. 19

27

Nov. 23

1134
3134
15534
2734
2534
10834
10734
1734
2834
2834
2834

44

29

9034 Nov. 6
1134 Nov. 27

45

134 Nov.
3934 Nov.
2334 Nov.
2834 Nov.
93
Nov.

3034
7034
10434
1934

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

7034 Nov. 19
234 Nov. 30
4234 Nov. 18

Nov.

6834 Nov.:

37
16

42

26

24

1634 Nov.

Sale

28

Nov. 9
Nov.
Nov.:
Nov.:
Nov.
Nov.:

59

Sale

11134
10734
17 34
2834
2834
2934
15534

434
2134
634
2534
234
534

1734 Sale

17

Sale
3234 Sale
15534 Sale

4
Nov. 25

58

42

1134

4

9334 Nov.
5734 Nov.

A*
40

46

Nov. 16

68

2

Nov.

134 Nov.

42

6834 7034
134 Sale

Sale

4
2

734 Nov.

Sale

Sale

2334
2934
9534
3034
7034
10334
2034

Nov. 16
Nov.
9

Sale

6934

23
45

Nov. 30

5
22

Apr. 28

2734
15334
4334
1334

_.

79

Sale

6

2434 Nov. 28

Sale

100

Supply of Del...25

Preferred

see page




100

1934 Sale

2

Nov.

2

9

29

48 J4
60

2

01

Nov.

Sale

3

Jan.

1434 Nov. 18
4934 Nov. 17
2134 Nov. 18

Nov. 16

103

Sale

1,170

39,390 Nash Chatt 8c St Louis
100
373,310 National Acme
..........1
197,900 National Aviation Corp
10

Nov.

Nov.

9934 Nov.
11534 Nov.

Sale

2134 Sale

2

Nov. 30
Nov. 2

Sale

I*

10

2334 Nov. 7
4434 Nov. 12

Nov.

65

Sale

27

Jan.

Nov.10

4234 Nov.

Sale

July
July
May

Nov. 12

Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 14
Nov. 4

5

1234 Aug. 7
334 Mar. 19

Jan.

Oct.
5
Nov. 18
Jan. 31

NovIV©

23

Mar. 17

.634

Apr. 30

Nov. 18

Sale

3

9

46

5734
1034
2734
4234

69

Nov.

5734 Jan. 10
3
2334 Feb.
2334 Nov. 19

1234 May

39

134
234

Nov. 24

92

120

134
334

5

Nov. 25

Nov. 10

103

69

4

28

Nov.

00

Sale

134

May

Oct.

i
3§M

103

Sale

Jx

21

.1034 Nov. 12
3634 Nov. 27
2334 Nov. 12

10334 10234 104

67

Nov. 18

4134 42
6334 Sale
1134 Sale

118

Jan.

Jan.

Nov. 10

934 Nov. 7
8834 NoyUO

Sale

Nov. 24

Nov. 2
Nov. 25

1134 Sale
9934 Sale

120

434
A*
2234 Sale
734 Sale

Sale

1

Preferred.

115
83

42

7
19
19

Nov. 30
Nov. 17
Nov. 2
Nov. 5
Nov. 6

11534

Sale

5

Mulllns Mfg Corp Class B

8434 Sale

70

1

1834 Nov. 12
4734 Nov. 10
46
Nov. 24

122

Sale

Mother Lode Coalition

Sale

Sale

Sale

5,490 Morris Jc Essex.........

44

Sale

334 Sale

866,800
448,600
641,500
313,700
14.635
62,700
N
36,800

46

46

28

Sale

•

Sale

122

May 27

534 Nov. 30
5634 Nov. 23
2534 Nov. 19
9

17

27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 20

119

Sale

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

28,400 Morrell (J) 8c Co

46 H
44

10834 Sale
3634 Sale

43

Sale

3,310,700 Montgomery Ward 8c Co....

16

Sale

21,900 Minn St Paul 8c S S M_„
10U
15,400
Preferred..............100
Leased line
100
15,930
138.300 Mission Corp
*

315,800
Convertible prefer red-.100
219,100 Mohawk Carpet Mills
20
162,900 Monsanto Chemical Wks..l0

Sale

Sale

441,500 Mo Kan-Texas
953.400
Preferred series A......100
78,900 tMissouri Pacific
100

/

16

102
*100

Milw El Ry & Lt 6% pref..l00

6% pref series A..........*

934
Sale

90
42

...5

..

Copper..

45

June 30

9

Nov. 30

»«

5834

Merch & Mln Transp Co

Sale

111
Sale

Nov.

4234 Nov. 17
.6134 Nov. 17

24

9

Jan.

\Nov. 30

47

19

28
18
17
11
18

30

6

45

15
19
5
30

13434 Nov. 23
4934 Oct. 30
6534 Nov. 12
Apr. 30
Jan.

Jan.

2

23

10834
3534
3434
Sale
21
1934 Sale
1934
9834 100
9934 10134 9834
41
4334 4034
*23"" Sale
22
2234 Sale
Sale
40
40
413s Sale
98
Sale
9234 Sale
9234
Sale
1334 Sale
1034
Sale
44
14634 Sale
1534 Sale
1934 Sale
1534
10034 10234 10334 107
103
1634 Sale
2334 Sale
1634

Sale

100

Mesta Machine Co

JS*
ifoH

Sale

27!^

Jan.

5
5

2

Sale

16

Oct.

33

Jan.

1034 Nov.
31J4 Nov.

7
29
16

4 3034 Oct.
2 10234 Oct.
Feb.
8 35

20
May
5734 Jan.
2234 July

Jan.

3

Nov. 17
Nov. 2

Nov.
Jan.

Jan. 30
Nov. 17 151
Jan.
3
5134 May 25

141
13

7

5

3

13

9754 Mar. 13 11634 Jan.
Oct. 28 169
Aug.
19
Apr. 29 2334 Feb.
2534 Jan.
2 6334 Nov.
Nov.
36
July
3 54
3 4434 Nov.
3234 June
43
6534 Nov.
Apr. 21
10434 Feb. 28 10834 July
2
Apr. 23
334 Feb.
3534 Jan.
2 6034 Nov.
834 Mar.
334 Jan.
2
Jan.
*3834 Oct. 15 45
107
Sept.
May 19 113
2134 Apr. 28 26 34 Jan.

1634 Nov. 9
2334 Nov. 19
434 Nov. 25

A

8034 Nov. 10

3134 Jan.

160

Nov. 24

11 L

Sale Prices
65
Nov. 17

Mar. 16 115

97

Nov. 5
Nov. 25

Nov.

2

3534 Nov.
16034 Nov.
6234 Nov.

50
Sale

McKesson

2034 Nov. 2
334 Nov. 2
10
Nov. 13

3634 Sale
4134 Sale
160
163
16134 161
6234 Sale
6834 Sale

10

48

--*

Nov. 24

2
5

103

McGraw Hill Pub Co

Nov.

1434 Nov.
1434 Nov.
14

Nov. 27

If
i*

Nov.

1934 Nov.
734 Nov.

S3 preferred ex-warrants..*

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines—5
McKeesport Tin Plate..—_.*

Sale

4334 Sale
534 Sale

3

54

S6 1st preferred..........*

McGraw Electric Co—

20

334

5534 Nov.
13 34 Nov.
4834 Nov.

2234 Sale
834 Sale

Sale

Corp
•
tMcCrory Stores new com.. 1

1234
Sale

37

Sale

Sale

Nov. 19

13434 Nov. 23
4834 Nov. 5
6534 Nov. 12

Sale

Sale

McCall

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

33
133
44

Sale

30
150

27
27
16
30

30
Nov.20 39
Nov. 5
2534 Nov. 14 2834 Nov. 2
9434 Nov. 14 10034 Nov. 5
2734 Nov. 23 3034 Nov. 12

3*
Sale

May Dept Stores ..........10

•

4

17

1034 Sale
234 Sale

Sale

Sale

Maytag Co (The)...—....
Pref with warrants

Sale

I*

....—100

7% preferred...........100

Sale

36
Sale

Sale

Mathieson Alkali Workt.—*

Sale

33
14

40

Sale

—1
-5

Preferred.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Market Street

Sale

37

36

3
Sale

Manhattan Shirt—.......25

54

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

_

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Maracalbo OH Explor

2

9

4034 Nov. 2 4434 Nov. 28
5634 Nov. 2
6534 Nov. 18
106
Nov. 21
10534 Nov. 16 106
Sale
2 34 Nov.
2
334 Nov. 17
Sale
5534 Nov.
6034 Nov. 18
Sale
434 Nov.
534 Nov. 30
4334 4034 Nov.
-43 34 Nov. 27
10934 110
Nov.
11034 Nov. 6
Sale
2234 Nov.
2434 Nov. 20
Sale
141
Nov. 17 14334 Nov, 9

4534
6234
1334
5334
434
2734
1534

Sale

Sale
Sale
58
Sale

6% conv pref...........100
207,500 Mead Corp
_..*
2,140
$6 pref series A...........*

1,052,800
71,000

*14134
3234
2634
9534
2834

Sale
Sale
Sale

(R

70,900 Martin Parry Corp..—.—*

48,300
344,400
26,640
4,030
280,900
615,800
665,500
458,000
15,790
1,290
58,000
3,830

Sale

Sale

Nov.
Nov.

133

28,370
Prior preferred........100
13,820
Second preferred
100
62,900 Marlin-Rockwell Corp. (Del.) 1
928,100 Marshall Field 8c Co

-

*23 h

42

Sale

.....

9,240

138,300
516,700
3,640

Sale

5934
534

Sale

Sale

H) Co, Iae—
•
Madison Sq Garden i t C—*
Magma Copper............10
(Manatl Sugar
...—-100
7% preferred...........100
Mandel Bros..
*
tManhat'n Ry Co. 7% gu.100

324,900
1,640
195,300
132,200
42,100
1,990
9,310
93,500
306,500
5,200
5,900
53,500
517,300
100.300
1,082,800

Sale

Sale

100

Mack Truck Inc............*

Mod

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov.

49

3834 May
4
4734 Jan.
2
7
May 19
25
May
7

Nov. 19

6434 Sale

10734

Sale

21

43

_

Nov.

Highest

Sale Prices

Nov. 17

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Sale

Sale

13*

Louisville Gas & Blec A..— .*

Nov.

160

Sale

146

-10(1

103

Sale

Sale

Sale

(Louisiana Oil 6)4%pref.l0li

Macy

Sale

166

11034

Blsc.__.._....25
5% preferred
100
Lorlllard (P) common
10

Preferred

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Loose-Wiles

580

Nov. 10

8034
13
2
2 2834
7 107
10734
16534
14
2234
3 63 34

34 Nov.
2634 Nov.
10434 Nov.

Sale

Sale

Long Bell Lumber A......—*

588,700
485,100
88,100
137,800
56,400
51,060
32,780
1,380
155,000
85,600

2

9

10734

,—•

Lone Star Cement Corp—

Preferred

4

Nov.

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

—*

Loew's-Incorporated

5834 Nov.
71

10

Sale
2834
10334 106
Sale
10734
Sale
16534
Sale
*2134
Sale
6134

Lowest

Sale Prices
65
Nov. 17

6234 Sale
7934 Sale

16434

Lima Locomotive Works....*

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale

2934

...—...100

Link Belt Co

Ask

Sale

Sale
Sale

25

Preferred..

Ask Bid

Ask

Lowest

Sale

Myers Tob com..25

"B"_.

Nov. 30

Sale

Libby McNeill 8c Llbby..^—»

116,600 Louisville 8c Nashville...,100
464,700 Ludlum Steel
1

•

Nov. 2

1936

Shar

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

2

Feb.

• 7
25

Nov. IS

Apr. 30 3934 Nov. 18
May
1 10134 Nov. 23
Jan.

7

36

May
5 7934
July
3 106
Apr. 30 2234
Jan.
2
6234
Aug. 12
May
4
Apr. 30
Apr. 30

Nov. 25

Aug.

1

Nov. 17
Mar.

Nov.

6

7

Feb.

19

Oct.

22

1834 Oct.
1534 Mar,

7
9

9
3834 Jan.
9 164
July 31
Jan.
6
3234 Nov. 30
Apr. 30 2834 July
7
Nov. 27 11234 Mar.
2
Oct.
Jan.

6

Jan.

6 112

Apr.

8

June 11
Oct.

5

June

4

2434 Nov. 18

Irll
18*

June 30
Oct. 29
.Jan. 21 147

Mar.

Apr.

6

14

Nov. 30
Mar. 17

Nov. 16

11

12 34 Jan.

Jan.

8

Feb.

30
11

Jan.

10

Feb.

11

way

Apr. 29
Jan.

Jan.

July

76$

Nov. 27

2

7534 Nov. 7
6 12734 Nov.
6
Nov. 10
10

June 18

P

Jan.

24

Nov. 24
Apr. 30 60
Apr. 15 6434 Nov. 9
Nov. 23
Apr.
7 110

-

37

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. T. STOCK

Dec., 1936]
SALES

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK

Since

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE
Par

Shares

Sale

44 k

Sale

41k Nov. 23

Sale

Sale

39

Sale

83 k

44 k
84

Sale

78

Sale

i4/'

Sale

15

160
Sale

Convertible preferred.. too
N Y Ontario at Western.. .100

Sale

:~i
Shipbuilding
.100
7% preferred
New York Steam pref 6%

jS

7% 1st

preferred—
.100

{Norfolk Southern

Norfolk at Western...... .100
.100

Preferred

........

...•

American

North American

.60

6% preferred

Aviation ...1

North Amer Edison

105 X 106 k
Sale
27
53 k
53 X
Sale

14

Sale

25

Sale

123

Sale

-*

Sale

\WA

87
*00
50
Outlet Co
—— —*
Preferred........ ..—,100 116k

preferred..

Sale
90
Sale

3k

.......10
40,500 Pacific Coast
First preferred...........*
19,800
2d preferred
—*
32,920

53

Sale

2 k Nov.
25k Nov.

2

32

2

14 k

Sale

13 k Nov.

2

15

102
25 k Nov. 23
5
52 k Nov.

Sale

33 k
130
126
16k Sale

16k
115k
60 k
114k
161
20k

Sale
65

112
60
,

152 k

88

Sale

130

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

25*

Sale

18

Sale

5

Sale

37

Sale

149

Sale

Nov.

142k

152

150

Sale

Sale

Sale

18

Sale

Sale

Ilk Sale
13 X Sale

VA

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

k Sale
Sale

2

2

Nov.

2

Sale
Sale

Nov. 23
6
Nov.

Sale

Nov.

2

Nov. 17

Sale

Nov.

2

Sale

Nov.

28k
6k
8k
16k
3k
61k
111k
4k
7k

Sale

!7o 8

116

$6

Co.,
...

C Ac I ...
Co——
Phillips Jones Corp

Phila At Reading

Philip Morris Ac

870

.50

W

Sale

2

17

Nov. 23

44 k Nov.
59 k Nov. 12

88*
30

Sale

-50
*

Zh
460

Preferred

1,331,400 Phillips Petroleum.
'.y.5
31,000 Phoenix Hosiery
.100
Preferred
2,060
144,200 Pierce Oil Corp 8% pref .100
539.100 Pierce Petroleum........
..25
49,200 Ptlsbury Flour Mills
1,430 Pirtlli Co of Italy Am shs
60,900 Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa).. 400
.100
29,200
6% preferred
400 Pitts Ft Way & Chic pref .100
729,400 Pittsburgh Screw Ac Bolt
49,000 Pittsburgh Steel pref— .100
16,800
3,008
403,900
22,020
49,300
22,000
551,600
13,200
442,300
95,300
75,400
214,600
227,450
20,700
26,900
299,200
4,510

Pitts Term

—

1

Sale

83

80

83

39k Sale
9
9k
73k 77k
Sale

8

lk Sale
35k Sale
50
9k

70

48

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

7k
73 k
Sale
Sale
Sale

62k

30k
Sale

Sale

Sale

49k Sale

Sale

J'A

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

100
Plttsb Ac West Virginia—100
Plttston Ce (The)
*

60 k Sale
21
Sale

Sale

109
Sale

Plymouth Oil..
—.....0
Pond Creek Pocahontas Co.*

12k Sale

Peer 8c Ce claes ■

•
Perte Rlcam Aas Teh cl A—*
Class B
•

12k

{Postal Teleg At Cable pref100
{Pressed Steel Car ceaa Newl
5% conv 1st pref
......5
5% conv 2d pref
.....50

10

Pref ceav

lk Sale
23

Preferred 6%

t

Sale"

k

Sale

4

Jan.

Nov. 27

Nov. 25

Jan.

99 k Nov. 23

Nov. 27

Jan.

4

Nov. 30

Jan.

5
2

Nov. 30

Jan.

Nov.

9

July

Nov.

5

Mar. 13 101k July
Feb.
Apr. 29

5k
9k
2 k
73 k
Ilk

2

Nov.

18
2

Nov. 12

10

Nov. 18

14
5

Nov.

18

*

120

Sale

2
2
6
4
8

88

Mar.

13

24
7
5

49 H Apr.
2
Ilk Nov. 30

Feb.

84
17

Jan.

Feb.

h

Jan.

21
15
5
6

Nov. 31

Nov. 10

Oct.

Nov. 30

Jan.

Nov. 30

June

Nov. 30
Nov. 25

Apr. 28
Feb.
3 187

Nov. 30

Nov. 25
Ilk Nov. 2
89 k Nov. 24

Nov. 16

Nov. 30

Apr. 30
Jan.
2

Nov. 30

May

Nov. 30

June 20

2
Nov. 24
18
Nov. 16
2
2 k Nov.
04 k Nov. 24

16 k Nov.

Nov. 16

4
30
7
2

9

Oct.

6
Nov. 10

Jan.

Nov. 17

Apr. 24

Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

6

2

Nov. 18

Jan.

21k Nov. 27
21k Nov. 23

Nov. 16

May 18

Nov. 28

Jan.

2

Nov. 18

"Jan.

2

Nov. 18

Jan.

6k

Nov.

5

Sale

2

Nov.

6

6k

Sai*

Sale
Sale
Sale

19 k Nov.

Sale

58 k Nov.

Sale

Sale

51k Nov. 2
16k Nov. 27 118]

117k

3
13

Jan.

52 k Nov. 20
2
10 k Nov.
53
Nov. 4

30

Sale

119

%

Apr. 29
Jan.
6

Jan.

Aug. 19
Oct. 19
Mar. 13

Jan.

Nov.

Nov.

Mar. 13

12

July
July

2

Sale

49

19k
7
55 k
54 k
102 k

9
7

Nov.

Sale

Sale
lk Sale
Sale

5

18

_

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

2

Sale
22

16

Nov. 28

32 k Nov. 24
2
Nov. 12

Sale

Oct.

9
6

Sale

4k

100

Procter Ac Gamble..—...

Sale

Nov. is

Mar.

Sale

Sale

19

Aug. 10

June 30

186
Sale

Feb.

_

Mar.

Nov.
Nov.
Sale
Nov.
Sale
Nov.
Nov.
14k
Sale
83
Nov.
Sale
43 k Nov.
7 k Nov.
Sale
Sale
z73
Nov.
Sale
Ilk Nov.
Sale

Apr.

June

Sale
Sale

9
5 116k June
Oct. 24
27
58

9

101

19

Mar.

6

2

17

59 k Nov. 12

19

Nov.

2

Sale

Mar. 24
Nov. 12

27 k July
Oct.
45

Nov.

Nov. 18

46 k Nov.
52
Nov.

5k

W*
70

Apr. 28 46 k
Jan.
3 112
Jan.
6 89
Jan. 13
31

Nov. 17

Sale
Sale

Sale

7

Feb.

Jan.

4

Sale
Sale

Sale

t

Nov.

Nov. 18

Sale

3

38

Nov.

Sale

54

2k
36k

55

110

Nov.

Nov. 28

Sale

lk
15k

Nov. 14

4 k Nov. 17
38 k Nov. 27
102 k Nov. 13

3k June 23

77 k Nov. 14
5
25 k Nov.
14 k Nov. 24
2
10 k Nov.

Sale

Sale
37k
my. 181

Nov.

113k Nov. 24 115

85

Sale

20

100
25

0% preferred
Pittsburgh United

For footnotes see page 40




Coal—

II*

57k

1
2

Nov.

112k Nov. 30
6k Jan. 28

Mar. 13

June 30
Apr. 29

114
52 k Sale

5

Apr.
Apr.

73

Jan.

112

Nov.

3k Nov. 27
Feb. 21

2

Aug. 17

28

s2l*

2k
3k
8 k Sale
2 k Sale
68 k Sale
12 k Sale

\Y4

Sale
Sale

4

23

Mar. 10

2

Sale

79

preferred

{Phila Rapid Transit
7% preferred...

8

69

Jan.

32*

Jan.

Sale

Philadelphia Co pref 6%.

22 k Nov. 17
3 163 k Nov. 17
20 k Nov. 17
35k Nov. 16

4

Sale

Sale
46 k

7
3

8 k Nov. 10
Nov. 12
70
21k Nov. 10

105

Sale

2
4

Jan.

Nov. 25
2
Nov.
Nov. 23

Sale

45

July 16
18k Nov. 10
7
13 k Oct.
9
20 k Jan.
Apr.
6
4
74 k Apr.
97 k Feb. 13

Sale

k Sale

-50

60

Nov. 24

3 150
8 152

Nov.

15k
16k
13 k Sale

'.25

July 20
58 k July 27
37k Nov. 16
41

Aug.

Jan.

Oct.

39 k Nov. 10

Nov.

56

...

Nov. 27

Sale

65

Phelps Dodge...

7
17 k Nov.
3k Nov. 27
64 k Nov.
112k Nov. 30
Nov. 30
5

Nov.

63 k

Nov. 28

13
13

Oct.

Jan.

Jan.

July 22

23

Sale

.100

Pfelffer Brewing Co

14

Nov. 10

Nov. 25

12]
28]

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

17 k
26 k

46*

Nov.

3

8k Aug. 19
17 k Jan. 13
7
2 k July
4
40k May
Apr. 28
23
2
4k Jan.
6k June 20
10k May 20

5
32 k Nov.
Nov. 18

34

Nov.

8

2

Apr. 30

June

59

35k Nov. 16

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

46

.100

*

22 k Nov. 17

Feb.

Apr. 14
21k Nov. 28

8

Apr. 28
7k Aug. 22

3k Sale

33 k

7

67

2 163 k Nov. 17
2
20 k Nov.' 17

Sale

—5

Nov. 17

2

Sale

....

Nov. 27

9

Nov. 27

Nov.

6

Petroleum Corp

Jan.

Nov. 27

Nov.

42

*

Jan.

140

Nov.

Sale

—

118

Ilk
6k
12 k
lk
18k

Nov.

14k
3k
64 k
82

7 120 k Nov,

14k May 15

Sale

Sale

preferred—1

9
Nov. 16
Nov. 24
150
150k Nov. 12
18k Nov. 10

Sale

4

Prior

2

Nov.

Sale

19 k

30

Preferred..

Nov.

24
17
9
12
2

4
Nov.
34
30 k Jan. 11
47 k Apr. 30

Nov. 10

9

Mar. 20

70
7
22 114
2 164

3k Jan.
8k July
4k Jan.

Sale

Peoria Ac Eastern........ .100
106
Pere

Pet Milk

July
Jan.
July

4

Nov. 13
Nov. 14

Sale

Jan.

128
13

77
21

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

32k
114k 116
41k Sale

47

15

Nov.

June
2 136
20 k Mar.
2

123
Jan.
12 k July
70
July

Nov. 20
Nov. 30

Sale

32

9

154

79
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 17

Nov. 24. xl3%

Sale

62

Sal'

Sale

Sale

3

Sale

Nov. 17

39k
39 k
53 k
37 k

Nov. 18
2
Nov.

"31k Sale

Marquette

Nov. 18
4
Nov.
Nov. 14
Nov. 25

Sale

120

Sa

4

26 k Nov. 27
Nov. 27
23

4

13 k

Nov.

Nov.'

Jan.

17 k
12 k Aug. 25
50 k
6
24k Jan.
25 k
7
17
July
2 115k
107
Jan.
2
19 k
8
Jan.
24k Apr. 27 39 k

7
9
Nov. 12

Nov.

Ilk Nov.

Nov. 13
Nov. 13

Sale

Nov.

Sale

4

Nov. 30

Nov, 14 162 k Nov. 30
Nov, 13 21k Nov. 28

151

Sale

Sale

O

4

Nov. 12

114

Sale

Sale

20

Nov.
17k Nov. 7
15 k Nov. 20
111k Nov. 24 120 k Nov. 7
4
Nov. 25
70
65
Nov.

Sale
Sale

9
28
4
4

4 131

126

116
74

5
18

28

Nov.

50 k
44 k Nov. 25
2
21k
Sale
18
Nov.
18k
4 109 k
107
110k 109 k Nov.
110k
109
2
19k
13
Nov.
Sale
13
18k Sale
2
Sale
32
Nov.
39k
Sale
36

&*

12

Nov.

Sale

36k Sale
38 k Sale
49 k Sale

28k

Stores Inc — *
—100
People's Gas L Ac Coke... 100

Sale

8k
102

22

o

People's Drug
Preferred

Sale

Sale

79

C._*
50

Sale
Sale

Sale

69

100

29 k
54 k

Sale

133
13

Cement

Sale

10

8

*
Patlno Mines 8c Ent Cons ..*
Peerless Corp...........—3
Penlck Be Ford
-*
Penney (J C) Co
*
Penn Coal 8c Coke—......10

Pathe Film Corp

7% preferred series A
Penn Glass Sand Corp v t

13 k

3 k

Sale

19**

Nov. 13

53*
sl*

18k Sale

31

51k
186,000 Pacific Lighting
—.* 16 k
159,500 Pacific Mills
118
9,389 Pacific Teleph 8c Telegr..l00
Preferred.....————100 135k
2,490
13k
*
158,400 Pacific Western Oil...
7
5,326,200 Packard Motor Car—_..——*
17 k
Pan Amer Pet & Trans ....-5
12,700
—
179,100 Panhand Prod 8c Ref
8% preferred..........100
15,860
78 k
78,000 Paraffine Co Inc
10 k
2,790,700 Paramount Pictures..—..—1
79 k
1st preferred
—100
341,600
2d preferred
10 12
892,500
19k
1
80,800 Park Be Tllford
4k
795,700 Park Utah Cons Mines
...—*
59,900 Parke. Davis & Co
Parker Rust Proof Co—..2.50
183,200
4k
501,900 Parmelae Transport Co....

14,900
46,900
35,900
45,700
24,400
308,100
336,200
888,800
45,000
8,300
18,020
35,640
345,500
390,000
19,200

100 k 104
26 k Sale

53
Sale

46

Sale
4k
5

(Cal).lO
...—23
Corp
_•

Nov. 30

Nov.
lk Nov.
Nov. 9
Nov. 28 308 k Nov.
5 111k Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 14 33 k Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 17 56
Nov. 2 Ilk Nov.
Nov. 4 103 k Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 19 103

25k Sale

9k

39,900 Pacific Finance Corp
452,100 Pacific Gas Be Elec

lk
283 k
110

.

2 104
Nov. 16
7 108k Nov. 24

Sale

Sale

15

Nov.

103

lk

113k

128k Sale

25
140,300 Owens-Til Glass Co
260,600 Pacific Amer Fisheries Inc..5

VA

99

W83

79

28k

Sale

107
8

4
3 k Nov.
Ilk Nov. 2
Nov. 30

Sale
Sale

101

Sale

4k Nov. 9
10 k Nov. 10
5k Nov. 4
4k Nov. 27

104

103

Sale

Sale

Sale

3

Otis Steel....—...

Pennsylvania

a

51

26
21

Sale

Sale

33
54 k
10k
102 k

Sale

2

Nov.

2

110

2X Sale
25% Sale

*
new.—*
c (The),.-*

Nov. 30

3 k Nov. 28
9 k Nov. 14
4 k Nov. 14

Sale

52

.60

lis*

Sale

97
Sale

-50

Nov. 30

285

4

....

Pen n-Dixie

lk

Sale
307
110 k Sale
33 k Sale
55k Sale
8k Sale

24%

5

SSHNov.

lk Nov. 30

100
108 k Sale

Sale

94 X

98

293,600
761,400 Omnibus Corp v t
Preferred A
.700
5,200
141,500 Oppenhelm Collins 6c Co.
469,900 Otis Elevator.——.. -*
6% preferred
*
00
3,180

793,100
480,500
254,000
55,100
292,000
118,400
592,500
86,500
48,300
1,526,800
69,300
1,020
345,500

104

80

.56

1

Prior

99

.100

5,610 Northwestern Telegraph
155,100 Norwalk Tire St Rubber.
Preferred
.......
1,790

Oliver

Sale

210

2

Nov. 16
Nov. 16

lk Nov.

Sale

13
81
98

Sale
Sale

67

pref..

Northern Pacific—

(The)
Farm Equip

69 k
89k Sale
100 X Sale
IX Sale

3k
10 k
4k
4k

Sale*

,

12

Sale

640 Northern Central.......

Ohio Oil Co

4

2k
Sale

Apr. 14
28k Nov. 27
82
Nov. 17
32 k
49 k Oct. 13
27k
53 k Oct.
5
17k
95
Sept. 29
36k
15 k Nov. 30
3k
10k May 16 29 k Nov. 30
Oct..
5
119
Jan.
6 150
Sept. 14
125
Jan. 20 138
2 k Feb.
5
1
Jan.
2
99 k Sept. 5
90
Jan. 10
5k Feb.
6
3
Apr. 24
7
7k Apr. 28 14 k Feb.
7 k Feb. 24
4
July
9
5 k Feb. 24
2 k Jan.
7
15 k Mar. 13
9k Apr. 27
99
Sept. 16
57
May 21
Nov. 16
83
Mar. 17 104
93 k Apr. 23 109 k Aug. 12
2% Jan. 14
1 k Aug. 27
210
Jan.
2 310k Oct. 30
Oct.
1
105
May 12 115
23k.Apr. 30 35k July 27
June
9
52 k Feb.
6 59
6k Jan.
6 ilk Nov. 28
97 k Apr.
7 106 k July 21
Nov. 4
98
Mar. 25 103
23 k July
7 36 k Feb. 20
Mar. 24
50
Aug. 18 157
4k Mar. 6
2
Jan.
6
Nov. 30
19
Aug. 28 32
43

Apr. 30
Jan.
8
Jan.
2
Jan.
2
Jan.
2
July
7

9

96

10k Sale
5k Sale

Sale

NYRys pf
N Y

North

-

....

160
Sale

120

100
Sale

"lk

90

Sale

2
4 k Nov,
Sale
13
4
13 k Nov,
24k Sale
18
Nov,
131
133 k 130

160
Sale

4k Sale

60,700
1,980,200
29,000

'

84 k

133

120

&00

2,275,165

200

x77

44 k

loo

(NYNH & Hartford...

1,101,500
43,810
3,780

Sale

45k Sale

Sale

..50

640 N Y Lackawanna & West

1,446,800

70

Sale

118

.

10% non-cum pref—
368,000 {N Y Investors Inc
60

1,896,500

Sale

15 k Nov.
69 k Nov.

k

4

10 k Feb.

27

Sale
Sale

Sale Prices

28 k Nov. 27
Nov. 17
82
5
46 k Nov.
Nov.
6
46

2

16k Sale

Sale.

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale

5

Lowest
Sale Prices

28

22

29

27

10k

9k
10k
33 k
28 X
17 X
36 k

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask

Bid

.toe
1,300 {New OrT Tex 8c Mexico
l
1,341,500 Newport Industrie* lac..
104,501 New York Air Brake—_
New York Central........
3,962,600
100
191,800 N. Y. Chicago 8c St Louis.
100
Preferred series A.....
235,850
100
.......
30,780 New York Dock
100
5% preferred.......—.
63,950
so
New York Ac Harlem
...
2,200

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Jan. 1

298,900
269,400
88,500
111,000
337,700
8,140
9,900
6,910
26,500
37,200
4,495

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

AGGREGATE

9 k Nov. 23
19k Nov. 2

Nov.

5

Oct.

2

Nov. 10

Oct.

2

Nov.

9

Nov. 13

Nov.

6

2

May 21

Nov. 28

23

37

62 k Aug. 26
Nov. 30

liH
96

Oct.

31

Nov. 30

3k Nov. 30
25

Nov. 30

Apr.

4
i

11

Nov.

6

Apr.

4

Feb.

6

Nov. 18
Mar.

3

26 k Nov. 28
9k Mar. 4

iS8
24

27
249Oct. 23
709
54
May 12
Nov. 27 122

Jan.

Feb.

11
6

Nov. 28
Nov. 10
Nov.

9

Nov. 13

Feb.

26

11

38

N. Y. STOCK

aggregate
In

sales

November

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

800

Public Service El Ac Gee—
15 preferred..

300

27,400
415,700
25,600
5,500
1,100
1,000
11,400

Ask
Sale

2,69^100

Sale

116)4 117 X
131
147

*

......

37
17
116

8% convpref...........If#

6% preferred.............

726,600 Purity

Bakerlee.

"l2~X Sale"

1,232,400 {Radlo-Kelth-Orph
Corp...*
160,650 Kay t>es tog-Manhattan

700

22,700
65,200
100
400

3,700
4,300
2,500
2,100
76,800
23,900
16,400
470
120

149,200
560
440

20,300
197,700
6,200
28,100
10,900
640

85)4

30

6,000
65,200
61,700

3954
30)4

37
Sale

2)4
15

254
17)4

*

20

.......

"84"" "85""

...

23

5

81,600
21,500
62,000
59,300
7.100
32,000

11,300

714,100
135,600
463,300
43,300
1,045,600
36,700
13,150
1,051,200
405,600
473,200
7,500
627,700
34,500
8,660
1,001,500
104,840
470,700
1,203,000
227,000
326,400
34,920

810

1,650
4,700
15,800

367,900

450

41,600
162,700
,95,900
118,300
1,400
12,000
,

710
190

145,300
6,100

"7",300

800

13,700
187,000
320

28,700
43,600
70,100

7,500
35,400
3,700
123,600
119,900
1.300
213,200
4,700
12,200

41,900

288,800
212,900
6,400
360

26.000
69,500

Preferred

100
Seaboard Oil Co of Del.....*
...

Second Nat Investors

$9

cony

Shattuck

1

..........

Sharon Steel Corp
$5 conv preferred

*

.....

.*

Sharp & Dohme

pref series A-......*
Sheaffer (W A) Pen Co
*
Shell Union Oil

Convertible

•

preferred.. 100

Silver King Coalition
Simmons Co

5
•

...

Slmms Petroleum.........10

Skelly Oil Co
Preferred

5
20

116)4
62

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

65 X

Sale
66)4 Sale
26 X Sale
14)4 Sale

*
*

Amer Gold At Plat—100

43 X
Sale

Sale
110)4 Sale
1154 Sale
20)4 Sale

OH Co Inc.15

2,341,900 Southern Pacific Co
1,277,500 Southern Railway
1,188,200
Preferred

110)4 111)4

93

14 X

100

1954

Sale
Sale

Mobile At Ohio certifs—100

32

Spalding (A G) At Bros...—*
1st preferred

34

8)4 Sale

...100

66

Sale

Spang Chalfant At Co preflOO
Sparks Wlthlngton
_*

105

Sale

Spear At Co

Splcer Mfg Co.

•

.

Square D Co..
Standard Brands.—...Ju.i*
Preferred
,———Af
Stand Com'l

Tobacco.,-,.—.I

{Standard Gas At Elec—_.»
$4 preferred. _„£.....

Stand Oil of Calif

♦

Standard OH Co of Ind—.25
Standard Oil of Kaneas
10
Standard Oil ef N J
25
Starrett Co (The L S)._

Sterling Products Inc..
Sterling Sec Corp cl A
Preferred.

{Studebaker Corp..
Preferred

Superheater Co
Superior OH
40.

Sale

21

Sale

"87)4

Sale
7)4

254
24)4
2154
2254
8654

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

78

2Im
61

Sale
63
Sale

30

95

Sale
7

6254

„§**

2

Sale

2

4)4

4054
110)4

IV*

36

12)4

Nov.

Nov.

3)4 Nov.
3

Nov.

154
5)4
354
IX
2

Nov.

2

IX Nov.
554 Nov.

2

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

2X Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

73

7454

IX Sale
154 Sale
3
Sale
3)4
32 X Sale
x35X Sale
Sale
754 Sale
Sale
98)4 Sale* 99

1

254 Nov.
6X Nov.

95)4 Nov.

Sale

4

Sale

4

Nov.

79

Sale

85.
305

Sale

79

Nov.

Sale

29

Nov.

29 X
17 X

Sale
Sale
26 X Sale

126

Sale

Sale
5854
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

10 54^ Sale
Sale
4

35

4)4
Sale

Sale
75

100)4 Sale
48 X Sale
2154 Sale

16)4 Sale

53)4
9)4
75

107)4
7)4
23 X

58
42 X
26 X

125

Sale
Sale
Sale

1154 Sale
45)4 Sale
354 Sale

3654

Sale

124

Sale

85

Sale

111)4 112
46
24

50
Sale

1554 Sale

44

4

32

Sale

150

30 X
Sale
Sale
41X
Sale
49
Sale
54
55
10 X
Sale
79 X
76 X
110
108
9
Sale
Sale
22)4

151
Sale

Nov. 24

354 Nov. 17

Nov. 24

2154 Nov. 2
1554 Nov. 20

Sale
2

n

48

150

Sale

21

Sale
57

4154 Nov.

•
.

10
•

"34"" Sale"
Sale
1354 Sale
3:44)4 Sale
69)4 Sale
100
10454

83

"1554 Sale"
124
126
1054 Sale
6)4 Sale
10
Sale
26

Sale
Sale

Sale

28)4 Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2)4
254
4054 Sale
33 x Sale
25
2954
52 X Sale
30

Sale

...5
1

....

"■»

-II~I00
(The>___I_

*

j

Sale

20X Nov.
32 X Nov.
50)4 Nov.
94)4 Nov.

10754 Sale
10754 109 X 108
Nov.
41
Sale
3654 Nov.
Sale

16

Sale

125

Sale

10

Sale

:

2
6
2

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

Nov.

4

654 Nov. 13

18)4 Nov.

Sale

46

59

Sale

53

.254
38)4

Sale

43 X
30

254 Nov.
38
Nov.
40)4 Nov.

14

Sale
Sale

29

2

Sale

25
6454 Not
2
35)4 Nt
7354 Nov. 30

Sale

65
38

Sale
Sale

1954 Sale

Sale

19

954 Sale
72
118

Sale
Sale

328)4 Sale
3X

Sale

Sale

19)4 Sale
2454 Sale

Sale

14

Sale

iSS*

Sale
125
37 X 3:4754

Sale

4)4

July

Nov.

1
'

Nov.

Apr.
8
Apr. 30
Jan.
2
July
7

19

10
3

Jan.

Nov.

15
6

5

Apr.

11

Sept 29
! Jan.

13

Nov. 16
Nov. 14

X Nov.

2

2

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

1854 Nov.

17X Nov.
1354 Nov.

7654 Nov.
120 X Nov.
3654 Nov.
4

Nov.

Nov. 27
Nov. 23
Jan. 31

; June 30
Sept. 1
i May 20

Jan.

6

Nov.

5

4

July

5

Mar.

I July

29

Nov. 19
Nov. 27
Nov. 18
Nov. 12
Nov. 10
Nov.
4
Nov.
2
Nov. 17
Nov.
2
Nov. 28
Nov. 10
Nov. 28
Nov. 30

Feb.

Aug. 28

Jan.

7

Mar. 26

Feb.

20

July

28

i Jan.
2
[ Apr. 27

Oct.

13

Oct.

Jan.

June 12

! Mar. 18
t

Apr. 30
4

Jan.

10

May
1
Apr. 30
| Jan.
2
Jan.

22

Mar. 13
Mar. 12

Apr. 27
I Apr. 29
[ Jan. 10

I July 29
Apr. 30
Jan.

3

Apr. 28
Apr. 30

13
Nov. 28
Oct.
7
Nov. 17
Oct. 15
Nov. 24
Mar.
6

Oct.

84

Nov. 19
Mar. 20
Nov. 18

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

Nov.

4

Feb. 24
Mar. 17
Feb. 17

Sept.
Sept.
Oct.

26

Jan.

Aug. 21

8
8
21
17

Feb.

Feb.

May

9

Oct.

Jan.

7

Nov.

Jan.

2
Mar. 27

Jan;

6

May 21
May
8
Apr. 30
Jan.
2
Jan.

6
2

Nov. 20
Nov. 25

Jan.
Jan.

2

48)4 Nov. 27
454 Nov. 5

Jan.
Jan.

11
2

25

5

92 X Oct. 24
3654 Jan. 25
4
24)4 Aug.

Nov.^ 9

2054 Nov. 7
25X Nov. 20
1554 Nov. 5

1
29

Apr. 27

Nov.
9
Nov. 12
Nov. 30
Nov.
5
Nov. 10

2

9

25

July
i Jan.
Mar.

Nov.
Oct.

2

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

14

Nov. 12
Nov.
5
Jan.

Jan.

.

Nov. 20

2

9

Sale

7354

18)4

3

Nov." 19

2

49

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Jan.

1

Nov.
Nov.

June

"32)4 "Nov i "2

.

354
954

Nov. 17
Nov. 18
Nov. 28

8

Sale

32

65)4 Sale

8
3

Jan.

Sale

7

3

July

[July

34

Nov. 28
Nov. 16
Nov. 17

Jan.

Nov. 10

9)4 Nov.

Nov. 18
Nov. 12
Feb.
5

; Jan.

Nov. 16
Nov. 24
Nov. 30
Nov.
9

53

7

Nov. 30
Mar. 12

Nov.
Nov.

i Nov. 17

Sale

1054

7
3

2

51

Sale
Sale

-

Jan.

Nov. 23

2254
33)4

16
127

21

74
Nov. 25
11454 107 X Nov. 4
Sale
7X Nov. 2
23)4 22 X Nov. 23

1054

Sale

51
Sale
108
Sale
Sale
Sale

Feb.
_

Mayil3

I Nov. 20
I Nov.
2
I Nov.
2
Nov. 10
; Nov. 28

Sale

33 X

Sale

7
7
Mar. 31
Feb.

May 21

Jan.

7

Feb.

Apr. 23
Aug. 22
July 24

I Nov. 12
Nov. 30

4

10154 Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 11
Nov. 18
Nov. 18

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

:

Nov.!

21
3

Sale

17 X

June

X Nov.

Nov. 13

29)
395

m

May !

Jan.

4

13
24

Nov. 18
Nov.
9

June

July

2454 Nov.
17 X Nov.

Nov. 2
Nov.
2
Nov. 23

Oct.
Oct.

!

July :
Aug.
Sept.!

4)4 Nov.
Nov.

50

Nov. 28
4

Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 18

Sale

1

Nov. 27
Nov. 28

34
Nov. 24
37)4
120 X Nov. 2 127
70 X Nov.
5
85
100 X Nov. 2 Ill
46

Mar.

Nov. 18
Nov.
7
Nov.
9

1754 Nov.
25 X Nov.
97 X Nov.
102
7)4 Nov.
1054
57 X Nov.
5954
35 X Nov.
45
2454 Nov.
28
124 X Nov. 30 127
1054 Nov. 20 1354

112)4 113 X 112
Sale
Sale
155

4554
2254
4454

Sale

Sale

3:45

120 X
70

Mh

1854

Mar.

I Jan.

154 Nov.
5)4 Nov.
36 X Nov.
7)4 Nov.
101)4 Nov.
4)4 Nov.
8554 Nov.
3154 Nov.
1954 Nov.
32 X Nov.

32 X Nov.

4

Apr. !
[ June
July
1 Jan.

Nov.
9
Nov. 19
Nov. 18

2

Nov.

9
Mar. 10
Nov.
5
Feb. 19
Feb. 19

Jan.

Nov. 27
Nov. 17
Nov.
6
Nov.
9
Nov. 18

Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 20

i\n

Apr.

i Jan.

Nov. 10

2

Sale

Nov. 23
Feb.
5
Jan. 13
Nov. 18
Nov. 17
Feb. 10

Nov.:

,

Nov. 10
Nov. 28

4

Sale

Nov. 28
Nov. 30
Oct.
1

Apr.

_

Nov. 13

Sale

Mar. 25
Feb. 19
Nov. 17
Oct.
1

I May :
Apr. !
July
Apr. !
I Sept.

Nov. 28
Nov. 27

Nov. 18
Nov. 7
Apr. 15
Jan. 23
Apr. 15

Nov. 18
Nov.

Nov. 2
Nov. 4
Nov. 27
Nov. 13

112

90X
9954
2454
1
2 114

Nov.:

9

Nov. 18
Nov. 17

Nov. 23

15
14
14
14

Nov. 30

25

2

June
'

Nov. 13

2
4

3

'

Nov. 23

4

154
154
iX
3X

93

[July
i Apr.
May
[ May
Apr.

4

2954 Nov.

2

5

35

Sale

5854
35)4
26 X

Nov.

98

Sale

S»le

7X

i Oct.
i Sept.

L15

Sale

Sale

66

5

Nov. 24

27
3:46

Sale

ipi

2254 Nov.

IX Nov.
354 Nov.

Sale
13

30

Oct.

130

July
July
July
July

354 Jan. 14
2554 Nov. 10
24 X Nov. 17

Nov. 14

5

110X Nov. 18

Nov. 24

5

Sale

Sale

7

IX Nov. 2
1)4 Nov. 28
354 Nov. 23

Sale
Sale
Sale

4

12

Nov. 18

Nov.

)

67

42

654
3554 Sale

25

>

92

3

Sale
7
Sale

107

Oct. 13
Apr. 28
May
7
Aug. 21
[ Aug. 21
j

90X Nov.

154 Nov. 24
5)4 Nov. 2

115

13354 Sale
5954 Sale
60
10 X
27 X

9
Nov. 30

354 Nov. 9
2554 Nov. 10
24)4 Nov. 17

Nov.

3

98

27)4 Sale
110

98

Sale

130

Nov. 30

15)4 Nov.

Nov. 27
654 Nov. 6
254 Nov. 14 26
Nov.
5
IX Nov. 4 L24
Nov. 17
154 Nov. 4 101)4 Nov. 17
2
Nov. 2
30)4 Nov. 28
3)4 Nov. 4 63
Nov. 30

100)4 101X

5
11)4
25)4
2654
5454 Sale

Nov.

Nov. 17
Nov. 18

5

Sale

99
Sale
57
Sale

66

Nov.

¥ov.

Nov.

107

Sale

96 X
22)4
56 X
129 54

Sale

1054 Nov. 17
3854 Nov. 14
49)4 Nov. 9
49 X Nov. 24

22)4 Nov.
110

123

Sale

Nov.

2054 Nov.
20)4 Nov.

Sale

Sale

80

Nov.

86

L18

25 X

Nov.

87X Nov.

109)4 107

554 Sale
24)4 Sale

13)4 Nov. 18
108

2)4 Nov.
21

Sale
23)4

15

Stewart Warner
Corp
Stone At Webster
Sun Oil

254
22

Sale

19 X Nov. 17

Nov.

50X Nov. 30

Jan.
7 114
Apr. *1
Jan.
2 6554 Oct.
8
Aug. 21 24X Mar. 20
May
1 13354 Apr. 17
Apr. 18
May
4 118
May
9 20X Nov. 16
Oct.
2
19X Oct. 27
Apr. 30 14)4 Jan. 17
Jan.
2 108)4 June 18
July 15
Apr. 28 80
Jan.
2
10X Nov. 17
i Jan.
6 3854 Nov. 14
i Jan. 3 5054 Oct. 3
49 X Nov. 24
Jan.
7
Jan.
4 47
Nov. 30
1654 Jan. 30
i Jan.
2

6

20X Nov. 16

Nov.
Nov.

95
•

1

Convertible preferred A—*
Spiegel-May-Stern Co
*
6)4% preferred
100

see page

754
654

1

$5.50 pref
Spencer Kellogg Ac Sons
Sperry Corp (The) v t c

2)4

19)4

93

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Sale Prices

103)4 Feb. 21 113
113)4 Apr.
3 130
128
Apr.
4 144 X
146
Apr. 14 164

Nov.
6
20 X Nov.
5
111
Nov. 10
99 X Nov.
5

47

45

"31)4

100

Nov. 12

Highest

Sale Prices
39
Apr. 29

61

Nov.
Nov.

48

150)4 153
25)4 Sale
Sale

155

113)4 Nov.

Nov.

34

47)4

7

2
13954 Nov. 13

Sale

754

"26)4 Sale"
24

Nov:

122X Nov.

13)4

88)4

Lowest

50X Nov. 30
109

78

10)4

111)4
4 54
2954

100

114,700
Preferred (6
521,400
Preferred (7%)
•
83,600 Standard Investing Corp.. *




34
15 X

25

..100

...

65,000 So Porto Rico Sug
*
2,640
8% preferred
.....100
429,400 Sou California Edison....25

For footnotes

42

44)4 Nov. 4
10554 Nov. 30
120 X Nov. 10
136 X Nov. 24
150 X Nov. 27

110
Sale
108
Sale
98 X Sale
97)4
97)4
17
Sale
18)4 Sale
Sale
18
18)4
1754
Sale
1154 Sale
1054
95
105
106
Sale
77
Sale
72)4
Sale
754 Sale
754
34
34)4 36 X Sale
Sale
44)4
44)4 44)4
48
49)4 49)4
50
Sale
45)4 47
44)4
14
14)4 Sale
12)4

96)4
1754

98

~4X "~5~

*

Conv

843,500 South

1,024,300
17,900
2,603,000
45,400
133,000
68,600
66,000
547,500
1,738,000
2,941,500
50,300
5,270
149,000
1,359.700

3% Sale
66)4
67)4
16 X Sale
11)4 Sale
22 j| Sale

(G F)

Solvay Am Inv Corp—
9,400
5)4% preferred
...100

1,184,800

65)4 Sale

...1

preferred.........I

Servel Inc..

3,958,400 Socony Vacuum

11,000
73,900
11,050
5,740
980,300
142,800
740
41,400
2,188,000
182,220
15,980
248,000
6,010
93,100
2,491,700
4.520
253,400
764,500
918,400

% Sale
2)4 Sale
36)4 Sale
3)4
4

Seagrave Corp (The).......*
Sears, Roebuck At Co.....
*

10,050 Sloss-Sheffield Steel At Ir.100
18,620
Preferred
,—100

,,

215,900
25,900
2,150
47,200

{Seaboard Air Line..

134,000 Smith (A O) Corp...
127,600 Snider Packing

400

46,600
28,900

108 X

107

....

Sale
Sale
Sale
138)4
155

113)4 112)4 113)4 113 X Nov.
59
Sale
60 54 Sale
56X Nov.
17 X Nov.
18 X Sale
18)4 Sale

22

2,995,600 Republic Steel Corp
•
19 X Sale
106,050
Con rertlble preferred ..100
86
Sale
65,500
6% cony prior pref ser A 100
90
Sale
155,700 «ever»» Conner 8c Brass.... 5
15X Sale
57,500
Clatm A...........
10
36
3854
8,450
Preferred
Sale
--r>*B" 113
80
534% preferred...
100
191,500 Reynolds Metals Co
*
32
Sale
7,600
534% cony, pref
100 113)4 115)4
87,200 Revuold* Spring Co New
1
536,100 Reynolds (RJ)Tob cl B
10
5554 Sale"
3,460
Class A
..10
60
Sale
5,900 Rhine
Westphalia El Ac Pr
11)4
11)4
48,480 Rltter Dental Mfg
*
19)4 Sale
38,700 Roan Antelope Cop Mines
31)4
33)4
22,200 Ruberoid Co
(The) cap stk._*
95
100
27,500 Rutland RK. pref
100
8
Sale
551,000 St Joseph Lead.
10
24)4 Sale
199,000 tSt Louis-San Francisco. 100
1)4 Sale
297,140
Preferred
100
254 Sale
7,530 £$t Louis Southwest.
100
8
Sale
1,460
Preferred
100
23
14)4
494,400 Safeway Stores
•
33 X Sale
6,160
Preferred (6)........... 100
109
Sale
7,700
Preferred (7)————1#0
.11)4 Sale
147,050 Savage Arms Corp
*
12)4 Sale
958,500 Schenley Distillers
Corp....5
51)4 Sale
62,500
534% preferred...
...100
411,800 Schulte Retail Stores......!
~3X Sale
93,300
8% preferred...
100
16)4
17)4
13,120 Scott Paper..
*
52
57

Highest
Sale Prices

112

23 X

Sale

50 X

108)4 108)4 105)4
122)4 Sale
121)4
140
13554
154)4 Sale
15054

101)4

5

.....

Sale

Ask

139

21

Pref with warrants...!..25
$6 preferred
...25

Reo Motor Car

41

9% Sale
71

Prior preferred
25
600 Renns At
Saratoga RR Co. 100

1,762,200

Sale
Sale

37

,t

...

Sale

73

.......

104,700 Reliable Stores Corp
1,039,700 Kem'ton-Kand

Sale

......

98,700
31,900
48,900
6,400
81,400
4,900
1,560
54,200
38,300
89,900
2,600
192,000
4,100
2,130

48

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

18

92,000 Reading Company
....50
17,400
First preferred
50
15,900
Second preferred
50
87,500 Real Silk Hosiery.........10
5,260
Preferred
100
46,300 Rels (Robt) Ac Co....
•
18,600
far preferred
100

50

32,600

Bid

"IM Sale"

300

80

Sale
Sale
Sale

103
15

«

.....

148,500
222,200
8,600
5,600
39,800
7,900
1,950

Sale
Sale

25,000 Quaker State OH
Rig Corp. 10
7.540,600 Radio Corp of Amw
*
386,100
Preferred B...
239,200
$3.50 cony 1st pref
...*

860

4,000
3,100
32,300
154,200
6,000
1,900

150

11054 112)4

Pure Oil

30,610
51,070

Sale

*

.........

824,800 Pullman Company..

.

Nov. 2

1930
Par

5,500

300

63,000
217,800
1,450
3,900
104,900
8,200
837,500

Jan. 2

475,876 Pub Ser Corp of N J common *
43,300
$5 prefernd
32,800
6% preferred.... ......100
14,000
7%
190
5,700
8% preferred
„.lf0

300

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Shares

60,100
4,800
1,600

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

8
Nov. 12
Oct.
9
Nov.
5

Jan.

6
9

Oct.

28
30

Apr.

16

Nov. 30
Nov.
5
Mar. 12

Nov. 25
Nov. 27

Mar. 12

.r'v >J:.

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK

Since

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHAH OB

•

Ask

Par

341,200
136,600
30,400
568,700
148,900

Superior steel
—
Sutherland Paper Co
Sweet* Co of Amms

10

3334 Sale
7 k Sale
10 k Sale

Texas Gulf Sulphur

Texas Pacific Coal Be Oil—10
Tex Pac Ld Trust ctfs ....
1

100

Old

8

Sale

47

Sale

3834

1100

925

43

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale Prices

30
16

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

37

Oct.

13
26

Nov. 20

35

Jan.

15
-Nov. 2
1254 Nov. 24

Nov. 30

834
1054
5054
754
4434
1334
1134

62

11

Sale

Third

Third Nat l

990 Tidewater Oil

-

13

Sale
Sale
1534 Sale
7 54 Sale
94 54 Sale

34,000
Preferred...
__.—.*
1,300
Preferred called——————
165,500 Traax Traer Coal—....—*
42,500 T nmcon 8tee1 Cr>
10
563,300 20th Cent Fox Film Corp.—*
357,800
Preferred.....———-—*
230,300 Twin City Rapid Transit—*

5

Sale
Sale

10

434 Sale
8534
87
48
Sale
7234 Sale
23 54 Sale
10934 Sale
9034 Sale
2234 Sale
3034 Sale
1334 Sale

Carbide Ac Car
488,600 Union OH. California
Union

;M
Pacific——J®®
10®
*

2,129,800 United Aircraft Corp
®
1,053,100 United Air Lines Trans Corpl
261,100
Rights
1834
32,700 United American Bosch Corp*
151,500 United Biscuit of Am
—• 2434
1,330
Preferred
100 114
131,600 United Carbon
—
* 6934
42,400 Unlted-Carr Fastener Corp.*
4,656,500 United Corp
*
401,600
Preferred
' 43 5i
895,400 United Drug Inc.—
-5 1331
202,300 United Dyewood
-1® 19!
3,900
Preferred
1®® 93
4k
316,500 United Electrlr Coal
•
67,100 United Eng Ac Foundry
5
285,600 United Fruit
* 6734
1,667,800 United Gas Be Impt Co
» 1734
10934
19,100
Preferred
934
133,000 United Paperboard Co.—100

19

Nov.

14

Nov. 30

95
105

Jan.

50

Nov.

Preferred
.———50
21,110
100
5,756.600 United States Steel—
7% preferred....
10®
224,700
*
9,800 U S Tobacco....—
Preferred
100
1,240
*
879,000 United Stores A
Preferred
*
12,800
*
•
46,500 Universal Leaf Tobacco

426,900 Vadsco Sales

1®®
100
1

Corp..........*

Preferred
—
1®®
7,030
640,300 Vanadium Corp of America.*
......—5
179,000 Van Raalte Co
7% 1st preferred...—10®
3,920
5
50.150 Vlck Chemical Co
90 Vicks Shr & Pac Ry Co—100
.

5% non-cum

50

493,600
336,700
9,040
7,630
1,570
11,740
4,370
310

.

pref....—100

Va-Caro Chem——

•

Sale

2334
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

9534
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
13934

6034

534 Sale
Sale
Sale

55

157
Sale

334 Sale

.OJTor footnotes see pace




Nov.

23

Nov.

xl30

Nov.

2834

9734 Nov.
2734 Nov.
Nov.

Sale

1334 Nov.

1

Sale

34

Sale

33

Sale

3134 Nov. 30

234 Sale
1
11434 11334
88
334 Sale
33
234 Sale
734
T34 Sale
534 Sale
154 Sale
L54
2254 23

P

Sale

2

334 Sale
Sale

m

168

167

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

7834 Nov. 2
1434 Nov. 14
Ill

1234

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

162

70

Sale
7134

7634 Sale

a:14o34Sale

754
654 Sale
2
9334 102
8634
5
Sale
15834
634 161
3
Sale 10334
3k
134 Sale

11

Sale
30
129
78

234 12834
Sale
Sale

234 Sale

3

5
3

Sale

8

x9

Sale

al*

634
734
734 Sale

Sale
164

7'"A Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.

)
^

4

2

754 Nov.
5
Nov.

Sale
Sale

634 Sale
98

100

Jan.

July
June

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Apr. 30

May

6
2

Nov. 18

Jan.

Nov. 18

Aug.

Nov. 17
Nov. 17
Nov. 20
Nov. 20
.

2

Nov. 30

2 101

Nov. 28

434 Nov.
1
Nov.

2 10334 Nov. 10
5
7234 Nov. 20
8-

Nov. 23

2

534 Nov.
5
Nov.
Nov.

3

4

154

Nov.

4

Nov. 28

Nov. 20
5 140
Nov. 17
2 164
2
834 Nov. 17
Nov. 28
6 102

8834
160
105
Sale

5

Nov.

9

0

Nov.

5
7
2

234 Sale
>234 Sale
!334 Sale
1354 Sale
L5
116
1534 Sale

Nov.

Nov. 2 92
Nov. 5 160
234 Nov. 4 111
434
334 Nov. 14

2

Nov. 13

47

Nov. 23
Nov. 14

22

4334 Nov. 23
11334 Nov. 19
4434 Nov. 2

Sale
Sale

534 Nov.
Nov.

39

4
2

11434 11254 Nov. 19
7
Nov. 2
Sale
26
Nov. 12
35
Nov. 9
12934 128
74
Nov. 5
Sale
126
Nov. 10
130
Sale
Sale
6
18

Sale
Sale

1934
Sale
Sale

105

254 Nov. 17
634 Nov. 20
5
Nov. 14
754 Nov. 25
6
Nov. 2
534 Nov. 30
734 Nov. 2
334 Nov. 4
9
Nov. 2
7
Nov. 30
6

Nov.

10

Nov.

20

Nov.

Nov.

Jan.

1

Nov.

2

Jan.

Apr.

2

Jan.

27
28

13

Jan.

: July
,
Jan.
! Jan.
| Jan.
Apr.
Oct.

Apr.
May
i Apr.

Sept. 21
5834 Nov. 9
1554 Nov. 30
4854 Nov. 30
Nov. 28
101
103 k Nov. 10

9
7534 Apr.
79 k Oct. 19
154k Nov. 28
144

168

8k
92

165
115

Jan.

7

Mar.

July
July

30
10

Nov. 17

Nov. 28

102

Jan.

2 k Aug.

Jan.

104

i Jan.
! Apr.
; Jan.

5
Jan.
834 Nov. 28
434 June
634 Nov. 4
9
Nov. 6
934 Jan.
30
Apr.
1834 Nov. 18
.734 Nov. 17 11434 Oct.
534 Jan.
154 Nov. 30
2634 Apr.
:9k Nov. 18
17 k Apr.
!0
Nov. 9
1034 Jan.
>2
Nov. 10
234 Apr.
754 Nov. 17
4754 Jan.
15
Nov. 19

17

Nov.

II*

1
July
234 Nov. 5
30
July
54k Nov. 5
16 k Apr. 30
24 34 Nov. 30
28 k Jan. 16
4954 Nov. 5
11534 Nov. 7 xllOk Feb.17
40
46
Nov.
6
Apr. 30
72
May
6
84
Sept. 2
434 Jan.
7
634 Nov. 30
28 k Aug.
6
4454 Nov. 30
Mar. 24
114
Nov. 7 109
4
Apr. 27
9k Nov. 25
14
May
4
35
Nov. 27
130
Nov. 12 xll434Jan. 16
70
Aug.
8
84
Nov. 28
Sept. 2
130
Nov. 13 120

3

Feb.

5
23
23 k Nov. 28
2
3954 Jan.
125 k Nov. 28
169 k Feb. 18
203s Nov. 18
Nov. 18

Aug.

5834 Nov.
1554 Nov. 30

2

Nov. 19

4 100
5

Aug.
; Oct.

Ji*
96

2

2

9

Apr.

May

7

17

1334

Nov. 19

2054
6234
4334
634

2

Nov.

1934 Feb.
113 34 July

Nov.

June

17

Nov. 19

87

Jan.

4

Sale

19
48

Apr.
Jan.

Nov. 30

2

*54
434
034
034
334
954

9k Feb.

4
4834 Aug.
4
1634 Feb.
2934 Aug. 10
June
2
105
734 Nov. 30
50 k Nov. 25

Jan.

334 Nov. 17 167

20
13

Nov. 30

9
96 k Nov.
3534 Nov. 21

Apr.
Apr.

Apr.

2

Oct.

Nov. 16

Jan.

Jan.

654 Nov.

4434 Sale
1034
1034
234
234
4734 Sale

Apr.

3534 Nov. 28
12534 Nov. 28

Nov. 16

105 k Nov. 18
7
2834 Feb.
14934 Aug. 12
June 10
100
7
3154 Feb.
3234 Feb. 19
2534 Sept. 26
6
154 Oct.
37 k Nov. 16
3354 Nov. 19
Jan.
11
117

Mar.

Jan.

Nov. 17

Jan.

Apr.

Jan.

6

Nov.

59

Jan.

_

8

3

Nov. 25

99

Jan.

Sale

Sale

8

6

934
Ilk
3854
47 k
1634

22 100

Jan.

Sale

Sale
116
Sale

115

Oct.

Jan.

9

4

Feb.

Aug.

354 Nov. 14
2334 Nov. 28

90

554 Sale
934 Sale
334 Sale

534 Sale

12

11134 Sept.

May

Nov.

Nov.

31

Mar. 23

25
17
3
11
28
12
23
4
2754 Apr.
1734 Oct. 16

Nov.

1734 Nov. 24
334 Nov. 19
234 Nov. 12

July

39 k Feb.

Jan.

2

"il

7

32.. Sale
116
118

sijj

June

1.7 Nov.
92

138

7

Sale

9534
5634 Sale
1534 Sale

94

Sale

7

39

6 110

Jan.

1634 Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 12

28
5
18
Nov. 27
Nov. 18

June

6
Nov. 30
Nov. 25
Nov. 19

87

24

Feb.
Feb.

2
19
3

Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 24 103
7
554 Nov. 13
4634 Nov. 7 50

Oct.

Nov. 17

1254 Mar.

fMay 20

16

Nov. 19

101

6

13 54

142

4

16H
110

Apr. 27

37" "Nov." 16
33

Nov.

Sale

1854 Sale
5734
5854
40
Sale
6
Sale

434
134
634
734
134

7
7

6
17
16
16

88

Sale
103

Sale

68

"434 Sale'

July 21
4834 Nov.18-

25
16
8

10954 Sept. 15
454 Jan.
6
734 Jan. 30
June
1

&S

4

Nov. 13

49

27

Oct.

Sale

2

123

Sale
58
Sale
Sale
Sale
93
Sale

7 34

15
2

Jan.

334 Sale
2134 Sale
3434 Sale

Sale

O

93

Nov. 10
Nov. 9 113
Nov.
9
Nov. 30 96
2
3534 Nov. 21
3234 Nov.
734 Nov. 2
634 Nov. 14
Nov.
2
4234 Nov. 12
Nov. 17
1434 Nov. 2
21
2334 Nov. 10
1934

1734 Sale
99

334 Sale

334
534
J 34
Ik
334
034
534

4

88

m
ilk

Nov.

5

Nov. 30
»

1534 Feb. 29
Mar.
6
Feb. 18

6
30

1434 Jan.
1054 May
734 Jan.

113
34

Sale
Sale
1434 Sale
Sale
111

99

1

Nov.

8

2154 Nov.
Mar.
LOO 54 Jan.
3 10634
Mar.
60
48
Oct.
7
2734 Nov.
1234 Jan.
6
Nov.
66
Apr. 27 7434
1834 Nov.
11
Apr. 30

28
12
23
13
7
6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6

30

Nov. 18

7

Oct.

63

79" Sale"
Detinnlng—....100
preferred..........100 118

40.

Nov.

99

Sale

43

Vulcan

Preferred................*
28,700
94,900 Ward Baking class A
Class B
————.—•
282,200
7% preferred........—100
36,900

48

Sale
Sale

18

42

Sale
41
Sale
Sale
11334

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. IS

44

834 May 23
334 Jan.
2
2354 June
5
834 Jan.
3
2454 Jan.
2
454 Jan. 21
26
Apr. 30
1434 Jan.
6

4 54 Nov. 18
5
2 8754 Nov. 30
Nov. 30
2 59
2 10534 Nov. 18
2
2534 Nov. 27
Nov.
2
30 143
2 9834 Nov. 6
24 2934 Nov. 4
Nov. 19
2
Nov. 30
2

Sale

234 Sale
134 Sale
234 Sale
634 Sale
434 11534
434 Sale

134
3734
2034
3134
11034

6 100

Nov.

Sale

3

Sale'

Nov.

8054 Nov.

98

)34 Sale
234 Sale

Sale
Sale
7534

2
2
2
4

14

L

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

97

Sale

2334 Sale

Sale

Sale

1134
3854
4734
1634

1054
3234
4054
1434

*130

2734
a:2634

Jan.
734 Jan.
934 June
1000
July
28
Jan.
3334 Apr.
59
Mar.
834 June
85
Oct.
33

"934 Nov. 25

Nov. 10

22

Saie

3634 Sale
...——100
Virginia Elec Ac Power 0% pf* 11234 Sale
434
6h
Virginia Iron. Coal Ac CokelOO
2234 26k
5% preferred....——100
Virginia Ry Co pref..—-100

106
65,300 t Wabash
Preferred A
—......100
187,600
Preferred B............100
2,470
182,200 Waldorf System...——..—.*
111,300 Walgreen Co—...........
634% preferred.........100
2,540
...
•
2,053.100 IWalworth Co
366.100 Walker(H) Gooder Ac W Ltd '

29

1

6% preferred

7%

58

334 Sale

Sale
165

~~8~

Sale

>2°!*

Sale
Sale

98

Sale

6934
4854 Sale

54

Nov, 2
2734
6634 Nov. 2 7434
1454 Nov. 2 1834
Sale
1934
18
1654 Nov. 2
1634
1454 Nov. 20
1534 Sale
1054
934 Nov. 25
934 Sale
109
108
10934 10854 Nov. 24

Sale

Sale
Sale
HO
Sale

9234

22y

7334 Sale
1734 Sale

9

28 J4 Jan,
6
6
Nov. 23

30
13
5
6

288

Sale

27

)34 Sale
>34 Sale
L34 H234
2
1234

7234
6834

Sale
Sale
Sale
105

434 Sale
8734 Sale

7

68

16

634
3434
1934
L0434

Sale
2334 Sale
143
Sale

Sale

33

Sale

30

654 May 14
554 Apr. 27

18
18
5

3834 Nov. 27 "44 k "Nov ."16
4234 Nov. 5 4834 Nov. 18
Nov.
62
6234 Nov. 7
Nov.
16
Nov. 17
95
Nov. 25
Nov.
89
12
Nov. 27
834 Nov.
Nov. 24
754 Nov. 6
39
Nov. 27
Nov.
2
3234
Nov.
2
11
1354 Nov. 18
2834 Nov. 25 3234 Nov. 18
Nov.
2
634 Nov. 30
Nov. 30
Nov.
6 36
Nov. 14
2154 Nov. 17
10434 Nov. 6 105 54 Nov. 21

1134 Sale
3734 Sale
4734 Sale
15
Sale
99
Sale

48

115

14
155,400 U S Ac Foreign Secur Corp —•
Preferred
13,900
234
32,200 U S Distrib Corp
17
Preferred..——.———.10®
46,760
-* 3934
141,400 U S Freight
85
143,600 U S Gypsum Co—————20
163
7% preferred-..—-—1®®
4,370
834
®
281,300 U S Hoffman Mach
5H% conv pref—.——5®
16,100
813,400 U S Indus Alchol
* 4334
9
*
121,900 U S Leather v t c —
14
Class A v t c
--*
301,200
71
Prior preferred v t C — 1®®
23,500
2® 2234
713,700 U S Pipe Be Foundry
1134
—*
758,100 U S Realty Be Impt—
1634
U S Rubber
—*
2,551,200
8% 1st preferred
100 4734
906,100
9434
50
384,700 U S Smelt Ref Ac Mg

634 Sale
3834 Sale

100

1834

23r%

1100

334 Sale
8134 Sale

Sale

3834 Nov.
1134 Nov.
934 Nov.

Sale

834 Sale
1034 Sale
3234 Sale
4034 Sale
1434 Sale
97
9734

Sale

71

*
Underwood Elliott Fisher..*
Union Bag Be Paper
*

Preferred—
3,120
14,940 Universal Plct 1st pref
1,093,300 Utilities P Ac L "A"

10834 109

Sale
3154 Sale

(Jlen * Co

168,300 Union
54,100
Preferred
93,400 Union Tank Car

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22 54

Preferred....————1®°

19,540

2234 Sale
6634 Sale

.

734

11

Sale

105

Sale

14
15

96

2934
534 Sale
3034
2834
1934 Sale

Sale

67 54

1,205,200 Tlmken-Detrolt Axle Co...10
416,500 Tlmken Roller Bear
*
1,178,200 Transamerlca Corp
.... •
409,900 Transc & West Air Inc
5
122,500 Tran Be Williams Steel Forg*
735,700 Tri-Continental Corp
•

14

Sale
Sale

55

4634

*

6

65 \
Sale
98
Sale

62

Nov.
Nov.

46

4334 Sale

8934
834 Sale
634
32* Sale

Sale

Sale
Avenue........——100
28
Investors
1
8
Thompson (J R)«—.—28
Sale
Thompson Products....—..*
Sale
Thompson-Starrett.........*
Sale
Preferred........———*
Sale
Tidewater As*oc Oil........*
Preferred 6—If 10034 101

)25
42 34

87

100

734 Nov.
734 Nov.

15

Jan.
3
654 Jan.
4
20k«Apr. 28
2834 Apr. 30

Nov. 12

14

8

934 July
23

20
18
18

19

Nov. 2
1254 Nov. 24

Sale

834 Sale
954 Sale
c4934 Sale
734 Sale
C4134 Sale
1234 Sale
51034 Sale

43
63

42

4234 Sale
6034
6034
11
Sale

7% preferred..-100
Thermold Co........——- 1

Sale

1234 Sale
934 Sale

"28" Sale

53,000 The Fair Co

206,000
184,000
219,400
793,700

734 Sale

834 Sale
8% Sale
-OH Sale

Corp........®
Tennessee Corp..————-®
Texas Corp (The)———2®
Texas Gulf Producing Co—*

2,300
390,900
121,600
24,100
24,800
335,900
746,800
48,600
1,183,600
48,500

:

Sale Prices

2854
3734
1334
2654
3334

15

1834 Sale
14

Telautograph

15

,

Sale

32

1634 Sale

66,300 Texas Be Pacific...
-----100
94,400 rhatcher Mfg
'
7,500
Convertible preferred
•
s

Sale Prices

2334 Nov. 24
36
Nov. 27
13
Nov. 5
2234 Nov. 2
3134 Nov. 2

3634 Sale
1334
1334
2434 Sale

Sale Prices
28 34 Nov. 30

Without warrants

76,600
672,800
1,653,550
121,300
599,100
1,222,700
727,000

;

28

Sale

Ltd
—Symington-Gould Corp with
85,200
stock purchase warrants._
Swift Internet

5,300

Sale

22 k

Sale

2?

1334

1234

7k

(The)—»•

Swift & Co

2434 Sale
3634
3534

Sale

Ask
Sale

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale

■

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Jan. 1

Shares

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

SALES

AGGREGATE

39

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

N. T. STOCK

DEC., 1936]

■*

Nov.

9

Aug.
6
Apr.
7
Feb. 17

254 Oct. 28
54 k Oct. 28
27 k Feb. 19
4954 Nov. 5
116

!§*
80
84

Aug.
8
July 21
Aug. 20
Sept. 2

854 Mar. 16
48 k Mar. 19

11434
954
36k
13134
86

May 15
Feb.
Oct.

8
22

Aug. 26
Feb.

19

13734 June 10
434 Feb.
1054 Mar.
Mar.

19

Nov.

5
3

6
6

3834 Nov. 18
118

Jan.

16

1154 Nov. 30
49 k Nov. 18
Nov.
9
20
Nov. 10
52

754
105

Nov. 17

Nov. 19

40

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

AGGREGATE

In
November
Shares

1

661,500
4,300
31,500
80,800
'
8,000
v;;
7,800

-47,300
14,600

•

3ALES

Par

31,100
1,700
320

1,690
560
-

570

660

24,000

5,600

i

6,500
,

-11,400

,

116,200
66,800
72,300
190

6,300
120

6,900
6,000
10

140

13,100
900
'

'

f

213,200
16,800
32,200
22,900
24.300
114,300
5,600

20,390
211,500
23,700
8,510
15,300
11,400
7,880
4,260
335,530

Preferred

100

Wells Fargo Ac Co

.....1

$4

cony

100

Westlnghouse Air Brake ._.*
Westinghouse El A Mfg..50
1st preferred
El

Instr

50
__......*

Class A

»

Westvaco Chlorine Prod....*

Preferred.
19,900
...........100
.—50
1,470,100 White Motor
102,600 White Rock Min Spgs ctfs..*
147,600 White Sewing Mach
*
Convertible preferred....*
133,700
.

.

...

•

No par value,




a

2794

2994
Sale

3194 Sale
3594

Sale

8
81

Sale

194 Sale
3994 Sale
8194 82

43
80

794 Sale

80

IX

103

1189^ Sale
USX Sale
9

Sale

Sale

10894 Sale
9494 Sale
120

,122

115

Sale

9394

Sale

2
6

35X Sale

44

9791 Sale

144

123 X

150
27

3294 Sale
Six

36

23

24

Sale

33" "34"

'SIX Sale"
98

Sale

19 X

Sale
Sale
491 Sale
19 X Sale
2X Sale
894 Sale
78
789*
5594 Sale
23 X Sale
1594

100

106
95
122
116

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1494 Nov.

2

1894 Nov. 17

Nov.

5

66

194 Nov.
8j| Nov.

2
2

3394 Nov. 2
794 Nov. 14

294 Nov.
1194 Nov.
3594 Nov.
3194 Nov.
3994 Nov.
894 Nov.

194 Nov. 12
3994 Nov. 13
80

62

30
27

94
3394
86
120

98

57

Sale

33
81

Sale

7594 Sale

,87
*15

93
120

91
113

Sale
Sale

40

Sale
494 Sale
894 Sale
7794 79
6994 Sale
33
79
74

Sale
Sale
Sale

29

151

4694 Sale
46

Sale

10694 110

Sale

Sale

Sale

4894 Sale
85

2 110

9794 Nov. 14

87

Feb.

20 102

Sale

11694 Sale

12294 Sale

Nov. 17
91
Nov. 24 120

44

Nov. 5
Nov. 28
Nov. 7

7294
3494
94X
Nov. 10 12394
Nov. 10
2294
Nov. 27
3594
19 X
Nov. 9
Nov. 5
3194

May
4 9694 Nov.
Jan. 13 4894 Mar.
Jau.
6 15394 Oct.
Jan.
7 160
Oct.
June
8 3394 Jan.
Qofr. 22 39
Jan.
Jtfne 29 32
July
Nov. 28 3594 Oct.

Nov. 17
Nov.
5

Jan.

Nov.

9

Nov.

Nov. 17

Nov. 12
Nov. 18
Nov. 17

Nov. 18

3594 Nov.
8494 Nov.

5
5

Nov. 20
77
Nov. 9
Nov.
2 13094 Nov.
6
Nov.
6
7894 Nov. 13
Nov.

f5

51

Nov. 17

2094 Nov. 10

Nov. *42 159

rOash sales.

1394 Sale
794 Sale

%

38

Sale

8

Sale

Nov. 12

4994 Sale
4894 Nov. 14 5194 Nov. 10
8294 Sale
7994 Nov. 23 8794 Nov. 5
Nov. 12 121
11994 12094 115
Nov. 25

Ex-dividead.

v

4094 Sale
794 Sale

Ex-rights,

38

Nov.

2

794 Nov. 23

10
17
17
30
5
6
June 23
Jan. 13
Jan.
7
Aug. 11
Sept. 9
Apr. 21
Sept. 10
Sept. 18
Mar. 23
Feb. 21
Sept. 11

11694 Jan.
6 12494
11194 Jan.
6 116
Nov. 9
8X Apr. 27 1294
15
Nov. 10
Apr. 30 2394
Nov. 13
4
Feb.
194 Nov. , 6
Nov. 5
594 Aug. 26
994 Feb.

9

1894 Nov. 12

25

Nov. 30

Nov.

71

Feb.

85

Nov. 24

494 Nov. 27
994 Nov. 9
8194 Nov. 9

7794 Sale

19
151

Jan.

43

4794 Sale
1994 Sale
15494 Sale

Sale

7 107

96

2

4494 Sale

Sale

83 94

9194 Jan.

2

4

3494 Sale
996

78

2

2

7094 Sale

Mar.
Nov.
Nov.
Sept.
Nov.
Feb.

9

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 2 34J4
Nov. 19 104
Nov. 2 2894
Nov. 2 1794
Nov. 6
694

6094 Nov. 2
3094 Nov. 23
7694 Nov. 24

Nov. 27

294
1194
3594
3294
3994
1194

82

Nov. 12 123

7694 Nov. 23

1894 Nov. 17
66

294
4694

294 Nov. 28

7 103
Nov. 10 110
4

30
29
18

4594 Nov. 19

Nov.

8

78

87

Nov. 27

44

27
17
17
30
5
6

394 Nov.

71
117
70

123

Nov. 14

9294 Nov.
119

,

Sale

394 Sale
894 Sale
7794 Sale
6194 Sale

48

6794 Sale
7894

5

9994 Nov.
103

33
Sale
3194 Sale
3194
10394 10394 10294 10394 10294
2494 Sale
2694 Sale |24
1594 Sale
1694 Sale
1594
494
494
594 Sale
494
30

Nov.

994 Apr.
A^r.
94 June
494 Jan.
1594 Jan.
21
Apr.
1994 Apr.
694 June
83
May

Nov. 27

2
7
30
28
9
26
1
Aug. 21
3394 June 30

M jg

1794

75 X

Sale
Sale
Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

11294 Nov. 16 116
Sale
894 Nov. 25 1094
1994
1794 Nov. 23 2094
Sale
2
Sale
194 Nov. 6
294
Sale
6
Sale
594 Nov. 23
694
*!
88
Nov. 23
Sale
8994 Sale
9694
Sale
,i4594 Sale 14194 Nov. 25 4694
Sale
14594 Sale 13894 Nov. 23 15094
Sale
15194 15494 14994 Nov. 16 156
Sale
2494
26
2594 Nov. 24 2894
36
Nov.
9
3794 3794
38
38
Sale
2394 Sale
2394 Nov. 27 £2694
Sale
3194 Sale
3194 Nov. 28 3494

994

1694 Sale
294
2X
594 Sale

294

Lowest

Sale Prices

34

14

4294 Nov. 17
894 Nov. 10

7

7

5
3

17
16

25
3

29
6
91
Nov. 17
xl20
Oct. 23
3794 Jan. 10
10994 Feb.
9
2894 Nov. 12
1794 Nov. 18
694 Nov. 17
43
Nov. 17
594 Mar. 30

99

21
2
8
3
7
28
28
7

19

11

Jan.

70

June 20

87
71

Jan. 15
Nov. 18

July
2194 July
84
July
1894 Feb.
1394 July
394 Apr.
16
Apr.
294 Jan.
694 June

4494 Apr. 23
2394 Apr. 30

14

56

Apr. 30

47

Jan.

4

3694
8594
8094
6294 Jan.
6 14094
63
Aug. 21
79

22
23
23
16
Feb. 10

3394
894
8394
4294
4194

Apr. 28 51
Jan.
3 2294
Jan.
6 159
July
1 65
Jan.
6 8794

Nov. 12

105

Jan.

6 122

-

Zenith Radio Corp.........*
Zonlte Products Corp..
1

Deferred delivery.

30

vSale

89

Union Teleg

1694 Sale
6394
6694
194 Sale
1094 Sale
32 :
3794

59 9i

33 ys

Ask

80

7

87

Preferred (6)

6% preferred
100
Western Maryland.......100

63,100 Yale Ac Towne Mfg Co..
25
2,893,500 Yel Trk Ac C'ch class B
10
26,150
7% preferred
..100
159,030 Young Spring A Wire ......*
1,076,600 Youngat'n Sh Ac Tube......*
12,800
594% preferred
.....100

*

2494 Sale
29 X Sale

Sale

5% preferred
30
810 Wheel'g Ac Lake Erie Ry ColOO
330
594% cony pref........100
136,100 Wheeling Steel Corp.....
*

861,100
452,500

27

96

8,100
129,200
1,210
9,730
75,500
2,600

74,700

Sale

•

100
-.100

West Penn Pow pref 7%..100

Weston

•

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

.

1494- Sale
6196
194 Sale
894 Sale

8094

7% preferred

7%

16

Bid

Sale
Sale

Sale

194
494

preferred.........*

West Penn El Co "A"

Western

994 Sale
50

Sale
Sale
Sale

4,610
4,000
2,620
8,100

39,300

Nov. 2
Ask

46 X

Second preferred...... 100
50,800
63,800 Western Pacific..........100
Preferred
...100
199,600

1,056,000
643,400
925,200
3,640
104,030
2,200
143,000
31,600

Bid

*

Wesson OH Ac Snowdrift

226,300 Wilcox OH Ac Gas
5
•
1,324,400 Wilson Ac Co
68,300
16 cum preferred.......100
1,129,200 Wool worth (F W)
10
202,300 Worthlngton P Ac M
100
50,680
7% preferred "A"
100
76,200
6% preferred B
100
37,440 Wright Aeronautical Corp..*
70,300 Wrlgley (Wm) ir
*

222,500
15,300

Jan. 2

1936

3,458,300 Warner Broa Pictures......5
$3.85 cony preferred.——*
19,900
306,200 t Warner-Quintan
•
856,200 Warren Bros...............*
Convertible preferred....*
46,300
*
118,400 Warren Fdry 8c Pipe
5
297,560 Waukesha Motor Co
175,100 Webster Blsenlohr.........*

!

RANGE SINCB JAN. 1

(Price

N. T. STOCK EXCHAN OE

230

"6", 540
■

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

stocks:

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

*

1194 Jan.
594 July

t Companies reported In receivership.

28
7

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Sept.

Nov. 17

Oct.
Apr.

8
6

Oct. 10
Aug.
7

4294 Nov. 17
994 Jan.
4

r

Exchange

York Curb

RECORD

MONTHLY AND YEARLY

RANGE OF PRICES ON
'

:

1936
13,004,919
xfu, xi I , VU •
120,147,697

Stock Sales

.

Shares-

November
XXX.
Jan. X to Nov. UVX.
1 l/U nuv 30.

...

.

wnTTPP —D<>f«rrfirtrift!fvflrv

re^la^onthly rang "are shown In

«Wdo ot

AGGREGATE

'775
80

2,000
25,000

1,800

;

1,600
3,200
1,400
10,300
800

1,200
■

;

;

580

ji^755
"""800
2.200
600

1,700
11,900
4,400

1,800
200

4,700
800

7,200
4,700
120
'

1,400
1,800

CURB

V

—

...

...

100 Alles & Fisher Inc common.*
11,500 Alliance Investment com...*
6,800 Allied Internat Investing
*
850
$3 conv preferred
...*
22,400 Allied Products class A
25
146,100 Aluminum Co common...
285,090
6% preferred
100
23,100 Aluminum Goods Mfg
*
10,150 Aluminum Industries com..*
35,400 Aluminium Ltd..
*
9,370
6% prefer red...
—.100
7,200 American Airlines Inc..—10
31,350 Amer Beverage Corp...
1
1,250 American Book Co..
...100
6,600 Amer Capital Corp cl A.. 10c
36,600
Common class B........ 10c
—

1,400

63,200

"

S3 preferred.....

575

:

2,750

-----

Sale

15

3% Sale
9%
14
48
3% Sale
30% Sale
% Sale
38%
36%

46

73

Sale

65

"24"

21

4% Sale
15
14%
73

70

2%

3
29

27

21

1,900
5,600
23,300
1,000
3,200
50,700
9,100

a 7% conv preferred
9,000 American Equities Co

iH

81
Sale

Sale

Sale

it*

i
17%
68%
67%
3% Sale
28
29%
%
%

"SB

4% Sale
76

45% Sale
5%

Sa"le

29% Nov. 18

Nov.

9

83

Nov. 27
Nov. 18

81%

Sale

78

Nov.

4

83

Nov.

73

Nov. 12

25% Nov.

Sale

26

"3%

24%
Sale
Sale

127
120

17% Sale

"24%

Sale

123% Sale
18%
18%

"53% Sale

"66"

Sale

2% Sale
69%
71%
7
Sale
%
1
35%
38

Nov.

9

Nov.

25

Nov.

6

141

Sale

41

*~6 % Sale

7M
35%

Nov.

66

Sale

"""450
1,600
185,200
1,900
8,100
2,700
17,700
8,200
6,600
160

45,700
20,500
58,600
15,900
150

14,800
71,400

•
warr..

39,930 Amer Fork & Hoe Co com.
'*
415,300 American Gas & Elec com..
Preferred....
22,740
193,700 American General Corp
10c
33,410
$2 preferred
1
3,775
$2.50 preferred
1

2% Nov.

v.

'.v

:

'

3%
3%

4

4%
Sale

19

37% Sale
Sale

110

7% Sale

730K

Nov. 30
Nov.

4

5%
2% Sale
24% Sale
4% Sale

Sale

19%
19

20%
Sale

25
101

6% preferred

1

American Maracaibo
American Meter Co

% Sale

...»

Amer Pneumatic Service....*

Corp..*

Amer Seal-Kap Corp com

*

23%

26

2

American Superpower....

Anchor

Sale

% Sale
48% Sale
1
2%
Sale

40

"2% Sale"

*

Sale

95%

40

Sale

48%
4%
2%

......

4%

5

preferred
Fence com

Sale

•

.1

Apex Elec Mfg Co common

*

4% Sale
11

13

Sale

24% Sale
23% Sale
28
29%
40
Sale

83

Wupperman

Post

Angostura

2%

37%
41%

28%

—.._.*

1st preferred

Preferred
Amer Thread

39

141,800
23,900
303,800
200
"

8~,505
1,700

25

Oct. 23
4
83
Jan.
Feb. 20 84%
76
Feb. 20
114
June 20 116
19
Apr. 28 29%
2%
2% Apr. 22
4%
2% Jan.
9
2
% Jan. 10
25
June 13
15
Jan. 21
21
25%
Jan.
6 152
87
Jan.
123%
109
Feb.
15
18%
13%
9% Sept.
%
37%
74
67%
58"

45

107%
18%
4%
2% Sept. 8
77%
68
Aug. 13
Jan.

17.

Nov. 30

Nov. 12

4% Jan.

4

9

Nov.

5

% Jan.

6

2

Nov.

Nov.

6

Jan.

3

Nov.

Nov. 10

86% Jan.

9

43

Nov. 10

38% Nov.

44%
6%
38%
39%

Nov.
6
Nov. 2
Nov. 10
Nov. 6

41

Nov.

5%

Nov. 2!

3

Nov.

2

24% Nov.
43% Nov.

9

Nov.

41

Sale

Sale

5%
2% Sale
23%
24

.

11

Sale

5

2% Nov.
23% Nov.
38% Nov.

Sale

Nov.

10%*Nov.

27

Sale
Sale

4%
Sale
5
5%
40% Sale

Sale

40

Sale

25

Nov. 20

36%

*25% Sale"
22% Sale
27%
28%
40

Sale

1% Sale
48%
1
2%

47
37

40

z9% Sale
2% Sale
90
91%
47% Sale
4%
5%
3% Sale
^

6

Sale

38

Sale

39% Nov. 14
% Nov. 24
45
Nov. 14

Nov. 30

25

Oct.

46

Nov. 18

14

1% Nov. 30
53% Nov. 5

18

z9% Nov. 30
2% Nov. 2
95% Nov. 2

4% Nov.
2% Nov.

4

2

5
Nov. 10
36% Nov. 28

Jan.

Jan..

1% May
21% Apr.
8% Nov.
2
Apr.
82

Jan.

32
4

Jan.

Sept.
Feb.

Sept.
Feb.
Feb.

14
4
2

5

27
14
17
10
19
10
16
4
17
22
10

9

Nov. 10
6
28% Nov.
25% July 31
39% Jan. 13
Nov. 18
46
»
1% Feb. 10
5
53% Nov.
2% Jan. 10
Oct. 22
45
*9% Nov. 20
4% Feb. 17
Oct.
13
100

%6 Jan

6

May
June

Nov.

Feb.
Feb.

30*%

19% Jan..
17% Jan.
25% Feb.

5% Nov. 25
3% Nov. 20
6% Nov. 18
43
No\f. 13

50

Apr. 22
Feb. 13
Nov.
9
Nov. 6
Feb. 11
Mar. 25
Nov. 30
Sept. 21
Mar. 4
Mar. 4
Oct.
9
Nov. 23
Jan.
2
Jan. 17

Feb.
5
12
39% Jan. 18
43% Mar. 5
Jan.
8
46

Nov.

27

8% Nov. 27
2% Nov. 16
44

Jan.

Nov. 10
Nov. 6
Nov. 2
Nov. 23

13

25% Oct.
47% Aug.
114% July

Jan.

30%
28%
23%
28%

"4l%~No"v.""5

Nov. 24
Nov. 13

5

33% Apr.

Nov. 10

Nov. 20

89

133
7

7% Jan.
30% Jan.
36% Sept.

42"

24% Nov. 2
20% Nov. 14
28
Nov. 19

38

Feb.

38

40

9

Jan.

19

Oct.

Feb. 17
July 22
Nov. 9

38% Nov.
4'J% Feb.
Sept.
130

3% Jan.
2% Nov.

108

Nov. 18

36% Mar.
91% Feb.

SB

Nov.

5% May
31% Jan.
29% Jan.

38% Nov.' 9

36

36

2

113% Nov. 24
11% Nov. 9

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

36

75

Jan.

87

Nov.

Appalachian Elec Power—
3,290
$7 preferred
..._.._*
1
223,200 Arcturus Radio Tube
284,400 Arkansas Nat Gas com.
*
Class A
*
1,108,300
Preferred
10
254,200
1,580 Arkansas P & L $7 pref
»
79,600 Art Metal Works common.-.5
71,400 Ashland Oil & Refining Co.l

106

1%
5%
5%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

96

10% Sale

American deposit rects..£l
38,600
316,700 Assoc Gas Ac Elec com
Class A ................_.l
1,159.100
$5 preferred
.*
289,300
Warrants..
1,125,100
3,900 Assoc Laundries of Amer.— *
V t c common..
1,400
35,700 Associated Rayon Corp com. *
*
■V:, 49,650 Associates Investment Co

Sale

1%
5%
5%
9%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

1
1

Sale
Sale

5% Sale
*32 Sale

13%
13%
2% Sale
3% Sale
27

Sale

'32 Sale

1%

4

Sale

58

1%

Sale

5

Nov.

5

Nov.

9% Nov.
92

Sale

14

6%

10% Sale

109% Nov. 4
1% Nov. 18
5% Nov. 5
5% Nov. 5
9% Nov. 5

Nov.
1% Nov.

107

Sale

% Sale
3% Sale
3% Sale
7
7%

16% Sale"
6% Sale

12%

12

96

Nov.

12%

Nov.
6% Nov.

Nov. 25

4

3% Sale
30% Sale
732 Sale

1% Nov.
Nov.
21% Nov.
s32 Nov.
% Nov.

5% Sale
60%
61%

4

Nov.

58

Nov.

2
2

2

Sale

Nov.

2

17% Nov. 19
7% Nov. 10

14

3

13%
2%
4%
33%
%
%

Nov. 6
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Nov. 9
Nov. 27
Nov. 4

6

Nov. 23

62

Nov. 16

Atlanta Birmingham Coast—

27,500
1,380
143,800
17,500
61,400
13,500
12,700

2%
9%
44%
2%

63% Feb. 17
5% Nov. 25
3% Nov. 20
June 18
Oct. 19

1% Jan.
4% Jan.
13
Mar.

O

20
10

Jan.

Nov.

38% Nov.

Associated Elec Industries—

1,200
20,100

June

15

Nov.

110

"l0% Sale
40

25

Amer Light & Trac com

May 26

99

5% Nov.
Nov.
34% Nov.

1

""4%
41

18
20
23
3
9
13
11
13
1% Mar. 20

49% Nov.
10 113% Mar.
Nov.
2 26
4% Mar.
Apr. 29
19
Oct.
Aug. 2(
May 8 77% Oct.
4% Mar.
June 25
Feb.
Oct.
~ 35

40

115
5

36%
40

20

Amer Mfg Co common

Highest

116

(111) com..*

Amer Laund Mach com

Amer Potash & Chem

1

Sale Prices

6%
%
35%
88%

29

Amer Hard Rubber Co com.5t

Amer Investment

'

tor the year.

69

69
8

41
42% Sale

36

Nov. 30

105% Nov. 30
18% Nov. 23

Nov.

37

36%

Nov. 28

123% Nov. 30
18% Nov. 16
10% Nov. 7

Nov.

Nov.

17

39%
6

24% Nov. 13

Nov.

53

103%

1 Sale
3% Sale

66%

9

4% Nov. 10
2

10*

Sale

105%

2

23% Nov.
126% Nov.
119% Nov.

Sale

139

29% Nov.

4

Nov.

1% Nov.

Sale

Sale

3% Nov. 19

5
4

Nov.

75%

17

70

6

Nov.

Sale

103% 105

"43" "48"

5

81

22

23%

88% Sale
Sale
15
15%

Nov.

73

Nov. 27

Nov.

26

3%
Sale
2

3%

109

6 111% Nov. 12
Nov. 23
26
5
Nov. 13
4% Nov. 27
Nov. 12
17
Nov.
7

68% Nov. 27

%

%
79
83

26

100

7,000] Amer A Foreign Power

2,600
49,300
275,700
11,000
14,675
549,600
99,975
3,700
8,800
1,600
1,987,900
32,800
124,800
17,000
80,000
87,200
53,500

...

Lowest

Sale Prices
49% Nov. 18

109% Nov.
21% Nov.

22%

Sale

.._...*

18,150
Conv class A
.25
8,800
Class A with warrants...25
235,100
Class B
1
5,250 Amer Cyanamld com c) A.. 10
547,800
Common class B...
-*.10

31,600

•••

Sale Prices

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices
Nov. 25
46

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

46

43

$5.50 prior preferred......*
Amer Cities Power At Lt Corp

750

5,800
2,725
76,800
1,925
22,100
2,300

•

when selling

RANGE SINCE JAN.

250 Amer Diet Tel N J common..*

300

•

the only transactions of the month, and

No account la takoa ot aacb aalea la computing tae range

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

Ask

Bid

Par

STOCKS

7,000

400

2

Jan

EXCHANGE

6,265 Acme Wire Co ▼ t c
26
1,720 Adams Millie 7% let pf
100
8,400 Aero Supply Mfg class A
*
181,800
Class B.._
*
75,300 Agfa Ansco Corp com
1
26,900 Alnsworth Mfg Corp com.. 10
48,200 Air Investors Inc common.
19,100
Convertible preferred
*
63,100
Warrants
15,275 Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary...56
13,240 Ala Power Co $7 pre*..
•
8,570
S6 preferred
*
30 Allegheny Steel 7% pref__100
64,500 Allen Industries Inc com—1

400

1,625

-

■:

Price

YORK

1936

300

2,800
"18.400

Jan. 1 to

disregarded In the month's range, unless they are

In'the mootb la which taej occur.

1

Shares

Shares

.

Jan.

$97,457,000
1,084,963,000

___.....$53,939,000
Nov. 30.
761,011,000

November.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Since

In

are

1935

1936

Sales

Bond

1935„ft,
10,947,984
—»
66,021,091

SALES
NEW

November

footnote

a

,

.

nnrtfir thn phIb and oaah sales

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

RR Co

pref..

2,310 Atlantic Coast Line Co....50
945,200 Atlas Corp com.....—... *
56,100
6% preferred
50
Warrants
384,400
120,200 Atlas Plywood Corp........*
.1
105,300 Austin Silver Mines

Far footnotes see page 53




"11% Sale'

97% Nov. 18
9% Nov. 12
41% Nov. 2

Sale

13%
50%

Sale'
52

3% Sale
7% Sale

11%

Sale

42

15

Sale

46

15

Sale

51% Sale
3% Sale

16% Sale
50% Sale
3% Sale

50

19

20

Sale

19

1%

Sale

Sale

1%

83

112

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

4

June

9% Jan.
6% Nov.

10% Jan.
1

Jan.

1

Sale

Sale

15
3

Nov.

2

v Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.

1% Nov.

2
2
2

97% Nov. 18
12% Nov. 23
46% Nov. 20

16% Nov. 21
Nov. 7
Nov. 30
Nov. 10
Nov. 10

52%
3%
21%
1%

Jan.

5% Jan.
i32 Jan.
%6 Sept. 26
% May 13
1% Jan.
9
26% Jan. 20
_

Aug. 14
Apr. 17
8% June 24

92

28

June 26

11% May 12
50

Aug. 17
Feb. 10

7% Mar.
7% Mar.
10% Oct.
97
Oct.
17% Nov.
7 % Nov.

88

98

100

90 Atlanta Gas Lt 6% pref...100
156,000 Atlantic Coast Fisheries....*

104%
%
3%
3%
7%

Nov. 23

2% May 25
7% May 25
1
July 16

19
19
9
30
19
10

13% Aug. 12
2% Oct. 30
4% Nov.
7
33% Nov. 9
% Feb.
6
% Feb. 13 '
% Feb. 19
6% Nov. 23
62% Nov. 16
Oct.
6
97% Nov. 18
16% Jan.
2
46% Nov. 20
16% Nov. 21
55
Jan.
9
4% Feb. 13
21% Nov. 10
1% Sept. 22
92

YOEK

NEW

CURB

SAi

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK

Jan. 2

1936

an*

STOCKS (Continued)

Par

65,
57,

Automatic Products Corp..5
\uto Voting Machine com.. •

13,

Bid

Nov. 2
Ask

Vxton Plsher Tob class A..I*

30,
163
41

RANOE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

3ina

lhare

EXCHANGE

Barium Stainless

7%
45
112

"1%

warr

Steel

Nov. 30
Ask Bid

9% Sale

"12" Sale

*

Babcock Sc Wilcox Co

Baldwin Locomotlre

Bid

Sale

8% Sale
8% Sale

&%
Sale

43

Sale

130

2%
3%
18

Lowest
Sale Prices

8% Nov. 24

Sale

Barlow & Seelig Mfg class A.5

Highest
Sale Prices

10% Nov. 6
9% Nov. 19
Nov.
4

73* Nov. 4
42% Nov. 21

Sale

1% Sale
2% Sale

1

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

110

Sale
Sale

Nov.

46

2 130

1% Nov. 2
2 J* Nov.
2
17% Nov. 10

Sale

Nov. 30

4

Nov. 16
Nov. 10

95

Nov. 17

Baumann (L) & Co com

1
87
1

7% 1st preferred
Bellanca Aircraft
Bell

Bell

2,
2,
367,
216,
30,
3,

97,
268,
231,
47,
112,
18,
2,
8,
16,
61,
182,

100
1

common..

83

3

Sale

felep Co of Canada.. 100

Telep of Pa 6%% pf—100

Benson Ac Hedges com

Convertible

*

121"" Sale"
4%

4%

3%

.11
*

com

S2.50 Cony pre!

*

Black & Decker Mfg

Co

14%
15%
35% Sale

2 V*

% Sale
15% Sale

1%
15%

2

7
Sale
Sale
Sale
16

Sale

19

Sale

3% Sale
48% Sale
33
34%
8%
9%
51%
52%
14
15%

I

$3 opt conv pref
Blumenthal (S> Ac Co com..
Bohack (H C) Co common..

*

7%

2f»

Botany Consol Mills
Bourjois Inc

.

Sale

5%

1st preferred.......100

Borne Scrymser Co

Sale
to

43

75

13%

*

com

..5

15

25%

5%
Sale

Nov.

124

Nov. 13

121

43*
17%
3%
13*
163*

Nov.

Nov.

14$ Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 23
Nov. 21
Nov. 2

Nov. 23

48
38

Sale

37

Nov. 12

Nov.

313*
223*
33*
493*

Nov. 7
Nov. 13
Nov. 10
Nov. 2

39

Nov. 17

Nov. 5
Nov. 7
Nov. 18
Nov. 25
Nov. 30
Nov.

185* Nov.

Sale

3

48%

x

Sale

9%
49
15

Nov.

28

213
31

Nov.

47% Nov.
32% Nov.
Nov.

4

Nov.

83*
513*
153*
13*
73*

28

Nov.

31

a1*

51

48

Sale

15

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

4]

29]

5
Sale

7% Sale
29% Sale

Sale

2% Sale
28% Sale

6

Bowman Biltmore Hotels—

39,
5,
22,
141,

Common

*

...

7% 1st pref

100

2d

100

preferred

Brazilian

Lt Ac

l"r

Pr ord

*

Preferred

53,
46,
20,

m
21,
3,
23,
7,
13,
1,
53,
3,
6,
115,

Brill

8:

7%

Brlllo Mfg Co common

43,
5,
4.

Sale

17% Sale

4%
2%
47%
9%

5
Sale
Sale
10

2% Sale
46%
49%
11% Sale

....*

1%

35%, Sale
73*

7%

Coupon stock (bearer).
Registered

*

...

British Amer Tobacco, Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord bear. £1
Amer dep rets ord reg
British Celanese Ltd—
Am dep rets

£l

ord reg

10s

16%
17%

Sale
18%

5

Sale

Class A preferred

L) Co
...

Co

Watch

$3.50

*
10

774
2
11

32

!

93* Nov.
283* Nov.
21

Nov. 28

Nov.

28% Sale

3V/%

32%

28

31}*

33

315*
31}*

32 %
32}*

313* Nov. 24
323* Nov. 13

2%

2%

29 %

3%

3%

14% Sale

2%

2%

24:% Sale

7%

Sale

9

9%

23*
353*
243*
93*

45% Sale
11}* Sale
93* Sale

7

39% Sale
24%
24%
101% 102

12
46

45

8

48

11

Sale

25% Sale
243* Sale
107
Sale
107% 105

51%

51%
52
1% Sale

Nov. 10

2%
10

84

Sale

3%

4%

'

45

Nov.

4

24% Nov.

5

105

953* Sale
33* Sale

% Sale

Nov.

2

33* Nov.

4

3

Sale

33*

33*
Sale

1

Nov.

5

36 Nov.

13}* Sale

1

,K

4%
28%

Estate Co.20

6% preferred...

7

9

3

Sale

%

1

3*

13*

43*
323*

53*
33

Nov.

2

7% Nov. 27
13

Nov.

1%

liarib Syndicate coin

*

I

.

..25c

>

6%.
29%
Sale

57}* Sale
103* Sale

7

Sale

"2 "

53*
1%

Sale
Sale

Sale

14

"2% Sale'

A stk

conv

Class B

*

16,
11,
9

2

23*
21
4

h

4,

58
2

17

7

2

,010

11% Sale
*

Castle (A M) & Co
Catalin Corp of Amer
Celanese Corp of Amer—

Nov. 14
Nov. 13
Nov. 27
Nov. 5
Nov.

1

10% Sale

com.......

15

Sale
243*
43*

$7 div preferred......
Cent Hud G & R v t C,

15

Elec

7
198
19

1

com

100

...

warr..

Centrifugal Pipe Corp

2

..10

Cherry-Burrell Corp

9

Chesebrouilh vffg

77

7

14
12

Nov. 13

5

29

Nov. 28

67

Sale

57
63*
53*
13*

Nov. 14
Nov.
4
Nov. 2
Nov. 2

67

Nov. 30

73*
63*
2

73*
7
Sale

153*
17
23* Sale
233* Sale
43*
43*
33 3* Sale

143* Nov.

5

com

Chicago Rivet & Machine
Chief Consol Mining Co
Childs Co preferred

233
26

3

7
5

331
4

141

*

•

Preferred B

20

" Sale

17%

18%

...

"24"" "26""

'34% Sale"
3% Sale
45% Sale

•

"45"" Sale"

23*
233*
4J*
323*

Nov. 6
Nov. 30
Nov. 20
Nov. 19

23*
233*
43*
363*

Nov.

com

103*

11%

"'%

.1

4

Clayton & Lambert Mfg Co..*
Cleveland Ktec ilium
com...*

49

Cleveland Tractor

13% Sale

te«a




««53.

Jan.

23*
28

14

Feb.

20

Nov. 25

Nov. 30
Oct.

10

9
30
30
18

26
8
24
7

7

5
18

31

2

32
Nov. 4
323* Oct. 13

ii

Nov.

33* Jan.
8
363* Oct. 30
453* Nov. 28
133* Nov. 9

Oct.

31

Aug.
July
Aug.

20

Oct.

May

m

Jan.

Oct. 27
Aug.
6
Sept. 8

273* Apr.
6
263* June 25

Jan.

93*
243*
634
123*

19

Nov. 30
Nov. 23
Nov. 21
Mar. 6
July
1
Nov. 7
Feb.
7
Feb.
1

2
23

28% Mar. 12

Mar.

103* Oct.

50

6

3

Nov. 27

163* Mar.

Jan.

Jan.

7
30

103

Jan.

263* Oct. 21
16 107 }* June 10

Jan.

11

90

Oct.

9

Oct.

5

87

Oct.

5

513*
13*
333*
3*
23*
7%
73*

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Nov.
Jan.

7
2

95

Nov. 30

Apr.

com

.

3* Jan.
% Nov.
3* July
43* Nov.
243* Jan.
7
Nov.
103* Oct.
53* Aug.
113* Nov.
143* Mar.

I % Aug.

2

2

24

Nov. 30

2

403* Nov. 17

Sale

233* Sale
38

Sale

56

93* Sale

173* Nov.
293* Nov.
55

"§3* Sale"

Nov. 24

57

73* Nov. 17

Nov. 12

93* Nov.

2

15* Jan.

31

Feb.
Mar.

5
31
5

Nov.

2

5

32
7
14

6

Jan.

75

Apr.

3

12

Nov. 13

Nov. 28
Nov. 30

123* Feb.

24

Jan.

28

Feb.

4

Mar. 13

6
4% Feb.
233* Nov. 19
Mar.

36%

3 102
95
22

443* Jan. 27
7% Apr. 28
16
Aug. 24
40
Apri
7
7% Nov. 17

Nov. 17

29

May 19
Jan.

Jan.

53* Aug. 28

22

Oct.

1
8

Apr.
2
Nov. 13
Nov. 24
Nov. 19

2% Mar. 18

29

14

163* Jan.

Nov.

Sale

7
14
23
27
21
2
19
28
20
31

3*
3 3*
8 3*
16 %

67

2

92

173*

28
4
17
27
11

5 3* Oct.
40
Feb.

373* Aug. 25
2
63* Oct.
53* July 21
13* July 10

Nov. 19
Nov. 20
Nov. 5

Nov. 25

11

Sale

133*

1043* Nov.
1093*
103*

Sale"
123*

Sale

17

Sale
Sale

173* Sale
183* Sale
813* Sale

•

Sale

33*
23*
473*

Sale
Sale

26

30

13*
443*
193*
243*

203*
63*

23

18 3*

Sale

63*
163*

48*

Sale

163*
Sale
Sale

323* Sale
1
%
633* Sale

43*
52

Sale
Sale

5

48
48

50
55

54

...

City Auto Stamping Co
»
City & Suburban Homes... 10

15

114

Nov. 28

16

89

4%

Cities Serv Pr Ac Lt 14
pref..*
t7 preferred
•

ight*

6

Sale

Sale

•

i

28

7

22

Sale

33

1
loo

Preferrod

Claude Neon

23* Nov.

Nov.

823* Sale
1% Sale
1% Sale

*

Cities Service common......*

Preferred BB

Nov. 12

98

118" Sale"

78

,980

83* Nov. 12
8

Nov. 16

Chicago Flexible Shaft Co..5

26
44

5

Nov. 17
Nov.
2
Nov. 17

32

Nov. 17

9l

95

21

"5% Sale"

com..

1

3* Nov.
43* Nov.

108

5

Nov. 14

11

'

Nov. 17

12

Nov. 28

11

Nov. 24

Sale

153*

Sale

4

203*

93*

Sale

Nov. 28

40

163* Nov. 4
843* Nov. 13

85

18

Nov. 12

21

Nov. 23
Nov.
2

80

Nov.

6

173* Nov. 12

Nov.

7
5

July

22

Oct.

5

473* Jan.

27

24

Nov. 30

403* Nov. 17
58

Oct.

163* Mar.

14

4

33*

Nov.

4

Nov. 24
Nov. 16

22

Nov.

243*
19}*
73*
163*

Nov. 18
Nov. 9
Nov. 28
Nov. 25

70

Nov.

Sale

153*

Nov.

Nov.

5
2

NoV?

2

.20

Nov. 20

533* Nov. 17
303* Nov. 23

58

Nov. 28

115

Nov.

62

4

Nov.

2

33* Nov. 12
443* Nov. 13
43* Nov. 28
40

Nov. 14

2

Sale

54

Nov.

2

153* Sale

14

Nov. 25

43*
9*s
73*
473*
93*

Nov. 24
Nov.
4
Nov.
6
Nov. 10
Nov.
2

Sale

483*
50
123* Sale

Nov. 12

18

Apr.

513* Nov.

"58

27

423* Feb.

4

Sale

Jan.

Nov. 12

Nov.

Sale

29

43* Nov. 30
23* Nov. 2
483* Nov. 9

mNov. 25

9

323* Nov. 2
13* Nov. 17
863* Nov. 30
43* Nov.
52

2

Nov.

2

43* Nov.

4

Nov.

44

17

May
May

303* Feb.

Sept.

22

Jan.

Oct.

70

Nov.

9

Mar.

3

x4

15
58

38
24

13
6

18

Nov. 28

Jan.

58

Jan.

3
343* Apr.
13* Nov. 17
863* Nov. 30

3* Jan.

343* Jan.
3

Feb.

Nov. 28

1083* May 15 1243*

73* Feb.

Jan.

413* Jan.
33* May 15

66
63

40

Nov. 28

8

Jan.

43

123* Nov. 20'

87% Oct.

Jan.

Nov. 18

Nov. 19

24
2

Nov.

20

Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov. 5
Nov. 9
Nov. 7

1

9

Oct.

313*
163*

50

103* Nov. 23

4

21

Oct.

43* Nov. 30
33* Feb. 17
56
Aug.
8
313* Jan. 29

563*
593*
163*
43*

50

14
23

Jan.

83

2

Jan.
Jan.

163*
Sept. 23
Sept. 21 102
55
293* Aug. 25
143* Apr. 11 18
89
68
Apr. 23

4

x6

43*
43*
433*
46
563* Sale

11 116

9

4

69

48

Feb.

14

82

Nov.

Sale

573* Sale
303*
313*
1%
13*
83
Sale

May 15 1163* Jan.

99
107

23* Nov.

Nov. 25

'""}* Sale" ""% Sale"
"483* "493*

943* Nov. 23

17%

II7" 120""

10

49 %

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

103* Nov. 24
893* Nov. 2
37

Sale

100

Conv preferred
100
Conv pref opt ser 1929.. 100

Charts Corp

5

Sale

1103*

~ii% "13"
15

1

States

73* Apr.
263* Mar.

2

Nov.

Nov.

•

Common..
7% preferred

Nov.

1

25

1113* Sale

Cent Maine Pow 7% pref.. 100
Cent Ohio Steel Prod
1
Cent Pow Sc Lt 7% pref... 100

6% pref without

2

1

Sale

89%

20

Jan.

163* Jan.
213* Jan.

31

Oct.

vt

1st preferred

45

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

36

m

10

7% 1st partlc pref......100
7% prior preferred
100

Central

30
24
16
2
13
24
163* Nov. 19

953*
33*
383*
3*
33*
83*

Sale

Cent Ac Southwest Utll—

237

4

£1

common

Products........

Corp

Nov.

92

18% Sale

.

dep rets A ord

Celluloid

483* Nov. 20
253* Nov. 2

973*

common..

Carolina P Ac L $7 pref
$6 preferred

Corp

Nov. 27

20

113* Nov. 20

Capital City Products......*

Co

6

28

....*

Canadian Marconi Co..

Am

103* Nov.

% Nov. 18
%
3*
43*
293*
14

......100

ndus Alcohol cl A....

Carnation

Nov. 4
Nov. 20
Nov. 28
Nov. 9

*

non-voting

Casco

23*
353*
453*
133*

Nov. 30 107

84

Sale

preferred
*
Canadian Car 8c Fdy pref. .25
Canadian Hydro Elec Ltd—

Carman Sc Co

6

323* Nov. 4
323* Nov. 13

Wireless-r-

Halamba Sugar

Nov.

23

Nov. 17

Nov. 30
Nov. 23
Oct. 19

48
87

8

*

t c

v

3

'8% Sale'

dep rets A ord sh..._£l
Am dep rets B ord sh
£1
Am dep rets pref sh— .£1

Carrier

233* Nov. 12

Mar.
Jan.

29

95

2H Nov.
28% Nov.
631 Nov.
18J1 Nov.
37
Aug.
21
Aug.
108
Aug.
8% Feb.
4H Feb.
55
Sept.
13 % Nov.
29% Mar.

Oct.
Aug.
Sept.

Jan.
Aug.
133* Jan.

-

37

Am

2an

4

Carreras Ltd—

465,
58,
6,
423,

Nov. 17

52%

12 He

Corp

Butler Bros..

Dable Elec Prod

6

Nov. 4
Nov. 20
Nov. 2
Nov. 5
Nov.

9

19

%

Amer dep ror«

Biscuit

3*
23*
3*
95*

13* Jan.

29

23

Warrants.........
Burma Corp.

20% May 26

3

503* Nov. 21
133* Nov. 18

23
23

_*

preferred..

conv

123*
%

97

pref

Burco Inc common.........*

$3

34

Nov. 16

Inc—

pref

conv

Bunker Hill Sc Sullivan.

B

7,

Nov.

203*
20 %

>

Line
50
Buff Niag Sc. East Pow pref.25
15 1st preferred.......
*

5

53* Nov. 14

23
23%.

Conv

278!

42

_*

Buckeye Ptpr

13*
3*
13
353*
183*
133*
23*
433*
143*

23* Nov. 12

Nov. 19 105

*

Brown Forman Distillery...1

1

2% Nov. 30
4

43*
14
Apr. 30 1543*
Jan.
2 1243*
5
Feb.
7
173*
July 27
33*
July 29
13*
Oct. 15
Oct.
1
193*
Oct. 16 40
31%
July
1
Jan.
7 27
4%
Apr. 30
53
June 16
July 10 393*
12
July 21
May 26 563*
18
Apr.
9
13*
Jan. 10
7%
Aug. 17

Nov. 13
Nov. 19

20

43* Nov.
23* Nov.

British Col Power class A..*
Brown Co 6% pref
100
Brown Fence & Wire com—1

Canadian Canners Ltd

97!

4

22%
22%

Canada Bread Co com
*
Canada Cement Co common *

8

173* Nov.

Class A..

Jables At

14,

16}* Nov. 23

9
283* Nov. 30
63* Nov. 30
183* Nov. 18

British-American Oil Co

Burry

145,

Nov. 13

105
Sale

100

Ctfs of deposit

360,

18

13*

preferred

Bulova

47,
6,
1,
10,
18,

18%

Nov. 13

4

.....100

Bruck Silk Mills Ltd

20,

17%

18

Sale

2% Nov.

33*
11

3

July

2
29

Nov. 30

183* Oct. 30
6
Aug. 14

Aug.

35

Corp class A

Class B

Bruce (E

45!

6%

1% Nov. 23

*

Bridgeport Machine com

Sale

43* Sale
16%
17%

»

Bridgeport Gas Light Co

253,

2
22

% Apr.
9
Oct. 30
Nov. 10
Aug. 13

2
142

123* Jan.
553* Jan.

9 130

Jan.

23*
173*
3%
51

4% Nov. 30
L54% Nov. 23

Nov.

3* Sale
5

,

Bower Roller Bearing

8

Sale

70

Nov.

4% Nov.

28% Sale

Sale

Blue Ridge Corp com

Nov.
,

363*

*

(K VV) St Co common...*

Bllsi

4%
17%

Nov.

3

151
122

Sale

>

Purchase warrants
Blckford's Inc

Sale

"

"3% "5"

preferred....*1

Berkey & Gay Furn Co

4%

Sale

1523* Sale

83* Apr. 28
63* Oct. 10
July 22

40

2% Nov. 30
18

Highest
Sale Prices
11
Mar. 14

June

5

653*
703*
11
Jan.
3
193*
53*
33* Jan.
9
13*
%, Oct.
7
73* Nov. 6 103*
41
May 12 523*
8 V* /Vug. 101 163*

May 19
423* Jan.
4

4

June 25

63* Feb.

5

Feb.

25

July
Aug.
Apr.
Oct.
Feb.
Nov.
Aug.
Feb.

10
13
2
15
13
23
12
11

NEW YORE
Since

Shares

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

In

November

2,100
19,100
200
100

30,200
5,500
6,500
26,200
20,700

*

Ask

Bid

Club Aluminum Utensil com ♦

3

Clinchfield Coal com

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

6

Sale

2*$

'l% Sale

Sale

300

9,609

53 5$

MHgJ.*

Sale

""** Sale'
41*$
97

45
Sale

750

5,700
13,400

5$ Sale

.....

...

9,000 Commonwealths Distrlbut.-l
32,800 Community P Ac L 1st pref..*
Community Public Service—

2,100

Sale
Sale

92*$
8*$

Sale
Sale

90*$ Nov. 14 102*$ Nov. 2
8*$ Nov. 30
4*$ Nov. 4

102** Sale
4** Sale
37
52
110
Sale

36

13"" Sale'

%
1%
54

Sale
1 %
Sale

Sale
2*1
Sale

%

2*1
54*$

108

** Nov.
1*$ Nov.

^

L2
125*

Sale

Sale

1%
15**

a

1%

Sale

1%

Nov.

5

1** Nov. 20
Nov.

15

Sale

Nov. 24
Nov. 5
Nov. 4
Nov. 10

15

Nov. 28

62

Nov. 23

2

53,700

$3 preferred

*

459,200 Consolidated Aircraft

Sale

23*$

17** Sale

21%

Sale

5H Sale
84*$ Sale

5

Sale

6

Sale

89*$

Sale

87

Sale

Sale

com.

69%
8)4

Sale

Nov. 10

20

Mar. 10

3** Sept. 22
4*$ Nov. 4
3% Sept. 24
15

Nov. 28

73

36
97

Jan.

45

Jan.

18

July

15

5* Feb. 17
2** Nov. 23
55** Nov. 30

** Apr. 18
1*$ June
9
Jan.

2

55** Nov. 30

13

325* Nov. 17
1 % Nov.
9

28

335$ Oct. 13
3*$ Mar. 5

Nov. 27

Sept. 22
1% Jan. 10
11*$ Jan. 23

49

24*$ Nov. 28

46*$ May 12
14** July
7

19

Nov. 27

19

Apr. 13
24*$ Nov. 28

Consol Automatic

-V 3,800
212,700
8,800

"6"025
10,300
590

6,900
625

2,900
15,000
100

3,400
10

17,600
4,100
8,200
63,100
11,900
1,200
28,300
10,100

$3.50 preferred...........*
686,000 Consol Coppei Mines....—5
95,800 Con Gas E L Ac P Bait com.
220
5% preferred A......—100
3
14,600 Consol Mln At Smelt Ltd
65,300 Cons Retail Stores Inc com.5
3,330
8% pref w w
100
33,200 Consol Royalty Oil........10
8,225 Cont'l G Ac E 7% pr pref
100
12,200 Continental Oil of Mexico..!
79,900 Cont Roll & Steel Fdy com..*
2,300 Continental Secur common.*
14,600 Cook Paint & Varnish Co..

20

85,500
8,700
721,200
129,500

6,500

2%
98**
%

%

76

76**
10*$

10*$

16**

2%
99%
1%
Sale

106,200
36,700
34,200
1,100
55,800
2,200
34,700
350

Co

9%

34**
6 **
45$
6)4

1,500
4,000
500
650
250

72,200

14,900
1,100
6,800
250

4

80

Nov. 18

2

11** Nov. 18

60*1

1

1)4
6*$

com

100

Preferred.............

8

94*$ Aug. 11

Oct.

9 116

Sale

62

Nov. 30
Nov. 10
54*$ Nov. 16

Nov. 30

Sale

20

Nov.

5

Nov.

5

8*$ Nov.

2

4

Nov.

2

7

Nov. 23

125$ Nov. 9
5*$ Nov. 18
7** Nov. 4

98

5$
aY/s
16** Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
90
Sale
Sale

23*$
53*$
8%

Sale
56 %
Sale

54*$
10*$
4**

W

112

Nov. 30

90

Nov.

7
7
Nov. 18

2

Nov.

88

5$
11*$
6*$
16**

Nov. 10
Nov.

7

Nov.

9

60

9*$
34

4

Sale

7)4

Sale

11** Nov. 18

S

23 122
3*$
May 14
Jan.
3 1015*
2
May
7
18
Sept. 3
Jan.
9 11*$
19*$
Oct. 21
62
Oct. 21
Jan.
2 25%
58
Jan.
3
Jan.

7

Sale

90

91** Nov.
2% Nov.
22

Nov. 13

3**
28*$ Nov. 27

6** Jan.
2 12%
8
3*$ Aug. 21
8
4*$ July
6
65
Jan. 15 103
4*$
1*$ Jan.
2
6*$ Jan.
2 28*$

Nov. 12

14

Nov. 12

11 % May

71

Nov. 28

1

Nov. 28

June

Sale

Sale

3

100
Sale

Sale

27

Sale

92

87

3**
26

6 103

Nov. 10

9

Nov.

2

....tl

foi ord stk

ret*

4,200 Crowley Milner At Co com...*
845,000 Crown Cent Petrol Corp
1

Jan.

21 %

Sale
95$ Sale
1

Sale

11

2)4 Sale
U%

11 %

21,900 Crystal Oil Ref Corp com...*
26,000 Cuoeu Tobacco com v i c...
11,600 Guneo Press com
*

27*$
11**
%
1%
13*$
4*$

6
39** Sale

8*$
46*$

1** Sale

%

3)4

Sale
Sale
Sale
12

11

23*$

25

Preferred.........

Apr.

27** Sale

7

55,400 (!rjwn Cork Internet ct A
243,400 Crown Drug common....25c

Sale

**

Sale

32*$

Sale

14

Sale

ug
13*$
0.

9
49

12**

14

14**
Sale

Sale
49

46

1,550

OH % preferred.........100
500 Curtis Mfg Co (Mo)
5
464,400 CiUal .vlexiceua Mimu*
50c

19,800 Darby Petrol Corp.........5
8,800 Heveuuorw rtOstei j>
33,900 Dayton Rubber Mfg...
*
Class A
3d
4,450
.......

x9

11**

Sale

13

Nov.

2

Nov.

4

Nov.

2

12

Nov.

9

Sale
Sale

2

14

Sale
Sale

27]
11]

1% Nov.
13** Nov. 21
6
4*$ Nov.
2
23*$ Nov.
1*$ Nov. 16

%

Sale

% Nov. 27

13*$ Sale

16
14*$
20*$
32*$

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

13*$ Nov. 2
14** Nov. 12
16*$ Nov. 2
31
Nov. 12

Sale

17
5

16*$
30**

15*$

Sale
31**

14
5

Apr.
Sept.
May
Jan.
Jan.
Oct.

24** Nov. 7
2*$ Nov. 19
12** Nov. 30

Nov. 12
48*$ Nov. 28 49
106
Nov. 25 107
17
16
Nov. 24
9

Jan.

Nov. 18
Nov. 14
Nov.
4
Nov. 20

9

Sale

14

33*$ NOV, 24
15** Nov. 17
** Nov. 7

;;

1

S.¬

19

Nov. 30

15

Jan.

June 24

Feb.
Oct.
Nov.

Oct.

7
3
7
24

Nov. 30

Oct.

7

Oct.

30
9
24
19
10
15

Nov.
Mar.

15

2*$
30
44**
3 138
6
34**
30
16
21'
1*$
20
14%
24
25*
3
16*$
5
55*
3

June 27

2L,

Feb.
Nov.

Feb.

Nov. 27

Jan.

22

Feb.

14

Oct.

19

Sept. 17
Feb.
5

11

Feb.
Feb.

5

Nov. 18
Jan.

31

July

20

Feb.

5

Feb.

1

25$ Nov. 19
12** Nov. 30
Jan. 10
Nov. 10
Feb. 20
49
Apr.
9
Mar, 19 109
Nov. 28
I7
Sept. 8
Aug. 12

Nov. 10
Nov. 20
Nov. 28

16

6

Mar.

Nov. 18

80

53*$ June 30

35$ May

Sale

Sale

30

7*$ Nov. 18

Jan.

84

14

........*

$0 Conv pref A

7,800
Engine Bldg Corp....
iOo
346,000 Crane Co com.............25
2,800
Preferred..............100
3
914,200 Creole Petroleum com
245,600 Crocker Wheeio. to. et Mfg..*
707,000 Croft (The) Brewing Co
I

3,425

Nov.

8*$ Nov.

22

2%

2*$

Cramp (Wm) & Sons Ship &

500

73

2

2 122
Nov.
5
3*$
2*$ Nov.
95*$ Nov. 24 98
5
1
Nov.
1%
15** Nove¬ 23 16%
ll
Nov. 27
11*$
16*$ Nov. 20

Sale

122

T% ~~7%

Coip__..............»5

Am dep rets

Nov.

17*$

Sale

112

Corroon At Reynolds.... ...1
Cosden OH

90

62,

tiouriaulde Ltd....

100

705*

$4 preferred

Cord

Nov. 16

Jan.

*$ Jan. 21
3*$ June 16

7*$ Nov. 18

2

86

L12

227,400 Cooper Bessemer Corp com.
33,800
$3 preferred A
_....*
34,600 Coppei Range Co.......'
*
544,000

4*$ Nov.

23

2 117

Mar. 21

Jan.

Conn Gas & Coke Secur

125

30

Nov. 18

12

90*$ Nov. 14 116*$ July 28
85$ Nov. 30
5* Jan.
2

*$ Nov. 2
2** Nov. 23

5
4

50** Nov. 14
29

94,700 Community Water Serv .....1
60,800 Compo Shoe Machinery.....

8*$
3*$
4*$
3**

Feb. 26

3% Jan.
10

6% Aug.
6% Sept.
2*$ Sept.
3% Oct.
3** Oct.

Nov. 13
Nov. 12 43
Nov. 16 114*$ Nov. 21

41

41

Sale

114

Nov. 18

10

6

2% Sept. 12
1*$ May 16
31
17
22
29
19
9% Nov. 14
42
May 26

2*$ Nov. 20

14

Sale
Sale

25

Stk tr ctfs for com

5
2
24
2
20
6
14
10

56

Sale

4*$
3*$

119,609
5% Conv preferred
100
1
3.166,000 Columbia OH & Gas com
I,630 uolumbiu Pictures com new-.
lOt
79,309 Commonwealth Edison
Warrants

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

3

2% Sale

Colorado Fuel & Iron warr...

2,608,200

Nov. 30

6

Nov.

3

Sale

& Rosenberger com..*

Co Ltd..
5% Income stock A
£1
6% convertible preferred..

Commonwealth Ac Sou Corp—

111,000
2,500
3,125

Sale Prices

46

Sale

Columbia Gas Ac Rlec Corp—

29,300
317,500

Highest

Sale Prices

1*$
9%
8*$
2%
4*$
3*$
9%
43**

9 5*

Colon Development

Cole's Patent Fire Arms

Lowest

Sale Prices

16%

Sale

Cockshutt Plow Co Ltd....*
Cohn

Highest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936
Par
100

STOCKS (Continued)

4,000
64,700
1,500
10,000
58,200
5,900
16,500
29,700
144,475

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

AGGREGATE

43

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

DEC., 1936]

Nov. 10

Sept. 21

Nov .28

x9

Jan.

12

Jan.

2
31

1*$ Apr. 11
16

Nov. 28

15*$ Nov. 16
20*$ Nov. 30
32*$ Nov. 30

10*$ June 10
22
May
1

16** Apr. 11
20*$ Nov. 30
32*$ Nov. 30

Nov. 23

72

50

Nov. 14
9
Nov.

165$ May 14
Feb. 20
15$ Jan.
3

19** Mar. 19
73
Oct. 28
9
65* Oct.

81

De Haviland Aircraft Ltd—

70

12,000
350

3,200

2,200
8,100
6,800
8,000

300
Amer dep rets ord reg
£1
4,160 Dennison Mltf 7% pref
lUu
118, yso Derby Oil At Ref com
$4 cum preferred
7,500
18,900 Detroit Gasket Ac Mfg Co—1
12,600
6% preferred w w
20
134,100 Detroit Gray Iron Fdry com.5
71,900 Detroit Paper Products.....1
»
31,400 Detroit Steel Products
....

1%

1%

8)4 Sale

5%

6

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17**
20*$
Sale
Sale
Sale

29*$

Sale

11

Sale

11

11*$

27*$

Sale

28*$

29*$

35

Sale

37

9*8

48*$

100 De Vilbiss Co 7% pref......10

"""175
8,100
800

7,475

Diamond Shoe Corp

6

25

Mar.

17% Nov. 28
19** Nov. 4

16

Aug. 21
Nov. 18

17

2

10*$ Nov. 10
39** Nov. 30

8*$ May
8
75* Aug. 27
.34*$ Aug. 21
9** Aug. 28
15
May 12

9

45

Nov.

Nov. 19

7%

7%
11% Sale

Nov.

18

5

Nov. 20
19*$ Nov; 18
11
Nov.
2

28*$ Nov.

9

31

Nov.

5

11

Nov.

2

27*$ Nov.
34** Nov.

28** Nov. 9
38*$ Nov. 13

27

com....*

134,900 Dictograph Products
2
48,200 Distilled Liquors Corp._...s

Nov.

16*$ Nov. 9
18*$ Nov. 18
2
14** Nov.

79

17**
19**
16*$

16*$
19**
14**
9*$
46*$

Nov. 16
6*$ Nov. 5

fi

55$ Mar. 17
11

Jan.

6

81

Oct.

185* July
21*$ June
195* Aug.
105$ Apr.
505* Oct.
9** Aug.
305$ Oct.
35
Oct.

22
18
8
7
6
17

28
13

125* Jan.

28

24

Distillers Co Ltd—

1,400
22,700

II,800
130,500

Am dep rets

..£!

ord reg

Doehier Die-Casting

.....*

50 Dominion Bridge Go Ltd

"6,856

22,800

23%
24%
28% Sale

Sale

*

8*$

Dominion bteel At Coal B..25

Sale

10*$

Sale

8*$ Nov.

4

10** Nov. 18

400 Dominion Tar & Ghem Co..*

""""20
650

5,600
170

1,900
10

3,500
425

21",400

20

preferred
100
Douglas (W
L) Shoe Co—
1,575
7% preferred...........100
65,400 Dow Chemical Co com
1,920 Draper Corp...............*
17,200 Driver Harris Co common. lu
290
7% preferred...........100
1
106,100 Dublller Cond Corp com
lOt
7,975 Duke Powei Co
1,900 Durham Hosiery cl B com...*
124,300 Duval Texas Sutphui.......

108

6*$%

.

77,700
11,400
4,575
1,500

290,450 Eagle Picher Lead Co.....10

200

*
118,300 Aastern States Corp com
$7 preferred series A
*
24,900
♦0 preferred series B
...*
63,500
198,100 Easy Washing Mach class B
9,775 Economy Groc A tores com.
15,400 Edison Brof Stores inc.....*
i
233,500 Eislei Elects/com.

98

66

127

Sale
128

33

135

33
35**
127
Sale

Sale

37** Sale

83

"27*$ "29*$ "28** Sale"
3*$

74

Sale

81

3*$
Sale

**
7*$

1
Sale

7% Sale

13**

Sale

Sale

s

Sale
Sale

67*$

Sale

1
1%
10% Sale

3**
74*$
%

Sale
76
1

8*$ Sale

223,400
79,975

29,085

5,560,100
"143,200
69,400
67,300
140,200

44,580
62,475
69,000
12,830

Eastern Gas At fuel Assoc..*

OV0 preieried..........100

4>i% prior preferred

100

Electric Bond At Share......5

$0 preferred
preferred

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

...*

...

Elecrric Power Associates... 1

Class

1

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Elecrric Pow At Lr 2d pf A...*
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warrants.

....

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27** Nov, 27 30
6 108
108
Nov,
3*$
3*$ Nov, 18
70
Nov, 18 82
7*$ Nov.

2

13

Nov.

4

7

Sale

64

Sale

6% Nov.
52*$ Nov.

4

Sale

66

Nov.

5

23

4

42** Sale
59*$
60*$

Nov. 23
Nov. 18

16*$

1*$
1*1
25*$
27
25** Sale
6% Sale

69*$

23

9

67*$ Nov. 13

65*$
65*$

Sale
Sale

49** Nov. 13

14*$
20*$

Sale

13

64

98**

Sale

11

Sale

14

Sale

42

65

Sale

65*$

Sale

3*$
23*$
83**
72*$
11*$
9**
62*$
6**

66**

65

Nov.

5

Sale

Sale

3%
20%

Sale

3*$ Nov. 4
19*$ Nov. 14

Sale

79

Sale

76** Nov. 14

Sale

68

Sale

66*$ Nov. 24

Sale

10

Sale

Sale

8

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

78**
7*$
5%
x96

8%
Sale

7*$

Nov. 10

6

Sale

39**
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
6%
97

7

Nov.

50**

JP*
50

2%
16**
78**
67*$
10*$
8*$
18*$
2**
5%
93*$

38

5

18** Nov.

Sale

Sale

6

Nov.
Nov.

2

4**

Sale

Nov.

Nov.

5

Sale

13

9

Nov. 21

16*$
7*$
64**
69*8
26**
4*$
66*$
65*$
14**

2*$
50

Nov. 27

Nov, 19 415* Nov. 2
4 135
Nov.
7
Nov,
86
Nov. 23
Nov 17

Sale

775 Eastern Malleable iron Co.2a

14,900
4,500
6,300
12,200
3,075
1,700
26,600
548,500
14,800
6,800
6,100
9,300
3,200
3,300
10,800
1,650

41*$
95

Nov. 27 108

10

Nov. 16

7% Nov. 16
Nov.

2

5% Nov.

4

60

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

28
20
28
30
10
30
30
30
19

Nov.

6

Nov.

9

23*$
83*$
72*$
11*$
9**

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

80

Nov. 28

7*$ Nov. 21
65$ Nov. 2

235* Mar. 13 28**
275* May 19 385$
46**
46
Sept. 21
4*$ June 24 105*
105*
8
July 20
108
Nov. 27 108

Nov.

415*
155* Aug. 17
x94*$ Apr. 29 135
655$ Jan.
3 86*$
39
25
June
9

Nov.

9

Nov. 13

Sept. 21
Nov. 18

.

105*$ July
5$ Jan.

14 111
6
7

Oct.

20

Nov. 27

Nov.
Oct.

Jan.

Sept.

2

7
20
2

2

Mar. 30

Oct.

10

1*$ Jan.
10** Jan.

14

26
% Aug. 18
5
July 29

85

75$ Jan.
4
Jan.

165$ Nov. 28
115$ Mar. 6
83
Mar. 6
85
Jan. 31
42*$ Feb. <s7
4*$ Nov. 30
66*$ Nov. 30
65*$ Nov. 30
15*$ Sept. 5
235$ Mar. 6
69
Oct. 13

66

Feb.

_

41*$ Jan.

4

59*$ Jan.

3

23

Nov. 23

1*$ May 12
24** Jan. 11
23
Jan. 11
65$ Jan.
8
15*$ June 24
36

Jan.

20

2**
15**
74**
64**
9*$
6%
18*$

Apr.
Feb.
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.

28
20
9
28
27
30
2

2

Jan.

2

5

Sale

5

Nov. 18

Sale

z96

Nov. 30

99

Nov.

6

88

May 22
May
8

13*$ Nov. 30
17*$ Nov.
5
43
Nov. 13
58*$ Nov. 18
51*$ Nov. 23
54*$ Nov. 24

14

Nov.

2

10

Jan.

4

18**
45*$
61*$
58*$

Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov. 10
Nov. 6

15

Jan.

14

30?* Jan.

7

4

4*$ Mar. 3
July 28
88*$ July 22
79
Mar. 25
27

12

Mar. 11

95$ July
80

20

Nov. 28

8*$ Mar. 17
9% Feb. 17
99

Nov.

Feb. 19
Apr.
7

6

Electtic Shovel Coal Co—

300

1,100
900
100

1,200

1,050
450
50
300

15,500
101,900

4,820
18,600
10,135
2,200
26,650
9,825
11,450
3,175
4,450
113,400

$4 participating pref.....*

17**

Eiectrographlc Corp com
1
Elgin National Watch Co..15
Empire Dlst Elec 6% pref. 100

Empire G Ac F 7% pref

100

8% preferred...........ISO
Oy0 preferred...........100
0 >tj

% preferred. ...... ..ISO

18

13*$
17**

45** Sale

51**

50
45
47

Sale

58

60
65*$

54

Sale

52

58

50

Sale

53

58**

49

56**

Sale
18

55**
58
53
53

Emsco Derrick Ac

For footnote* see page 53




"18** ~I§**

Equip Go.5

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52

Nov. 27
Nov. 18

28** Nov. 20

Empire Pow Corp part stk..*

692,400 Equity Corp common

49

2% Sale

2*$

Sale

21

2*$

Sale
Sale

18*$ Nov.
1*$ Nov.

4
5

43*$ Jan.

6

29*$
19*$
45*$
63*$
66**

3

72

63

Nov.

5

47

Jan.

56

Nov. 27
Nov. 18

43

Jan.

44

Jan.

9

66

Nov. 18

21

Jan.

23

31

19
11
30
28
16
28
Sept. 8

Nov.

15

Jan.

8

22

Nov.

15$ July

24

52
30
22

9

2*$ Nov. 17

42

Jan.

65

Nov.
July
July
July
July
July

9

3% Feb. 17

u

YORK

NEW
SALES

AGGREGATE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

November

Jan.

Nov. 2

1936
STOCKS (Continued)

3,550

Par
....50

Eureka Pipe Line..

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

1

Shares

Shares
250

EXCHANGE

CURB

Ask

Bid

37

39

Bid

Nov. 30

43

47

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

A$k

Ask Bid

Sale Prices

Sale

44% Nov.

Sale

Nov.

Sale

46

Nov.

9

Lowest

463* Nov. 12

European Elec Co of Can-

86,500
141,500
9,000

11,100
32,200

2,700
15,500

V 321,000

5,600

137,300

14,100

1,400
1,800
6,400
_

15",500

3,890

98,700
2,975
4,600

493,825
23,725
34,525
251,600
3,950

890

21,200
3/5

1,300

248,600
6,900

1,400

1,400

2,250

33,450

6,100

125,000

21,000

25

r

40,600

1.600
9,100

99,200

*

550
108,100

7,150
318,800

5,500
475
V

260

5,000
12,500
1,900
50,500
150

;

.

3,4i0
9,370

'

m m.

rn

m.

3,500

570

120

-

7,500

32,700

4,600

75

145,700
3,900

-

■

160

/

400
125

^

1,800
6,700
8,000
47,100
8,300

1,300
550

24,000

2,600

1,650
33,200
187,500
62,000
330,100
37,700
9,000
3,700
214,400
9,300

m

'-

:V

m

«■'«-

—

33,250

■

.

,

6% Nov. 24

28

Sale

%

9

Sale

19% Sale
12%
12%
32% Sale
38% Sale

Sale
Sale

9
Nov. 2
1934 Nov. 4
123* Nov. 10

Sale

% Sale

U6%

117""

7% Sale
Sale

"26% Sale"
28 %

Sale

Sale

34%
40

33%
37%

% Sale
82% Sale

Sale" 112% 113%

113

8% Sale
75

Sale

56

61

9%
23 %
13

Sale

25

Sale

26

28%

m
59%
22%

Sale

32

2

9

35

2

423* Nov. 18

% Nov.
Nov.

84

69

Nov.

52

Nov.

28

25

Nov.

4

1133* Nov. 19
123* Nov. 28
773* Nov. 4

83* Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 18

3* Nov. 19

Nov.

61

x22% Nov.
2634 Nov.

8% Sale

8% Sale
2%

8

Sale

Nov. 20

26 34 Nov. 12

2834 Nov. 16

3

2%

7% Nov. 27
234 Nov. 12

83* Nov.

5

(Peter) Brewing Co

Sale

11

2

Nov. 18

3

Co

15

pref..

conv

*

General Alloys Co—

Sale

18%

18%

18^ Sale,

23* Sale

2%

2%

2% Sale

16 %

American dep

Gen

receipts—£1

Fireproofing com.....*

18 J*

12 %

Sale
Sale

Gen Gas & Elec—

pref ser B
*
Gen Investment Co com—..1
$6

1

Sale

37

•

193*Sa^a

21

43

1

13%

13*
Sale

75

1% Sale
Sale

49 3*

16

Jan.

2% Nov. 28

2

Sale
Sale

~5% Sale"

*

173*
21

Sale
24

8% Sale

S32
a

.

>

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91
1% Sale
23% Sale

85"" Sale"
7%
45%
15% Sale
39% Sale
28% Sale

aIH

42

49%
17%

50

Sale

'86% Sale'
15

Sale

41

44

153* Sale
44% Sale
28% Sale

233* Nov. 4
213* Nov. 23

Nov. 13

66

134 Nov. 12
7534 Nov. 21

94

Nov. 28

4
332 Nov.
Nov. 19
91

92

S32 Nov. 12
Nov. 30

92

Nov.

89

Nov.

1%
21%
4934
1434

Nov.

Nov.

5

Nov.

2

13* Nov. 30

7

2

23* Nov. 10

4

•

2534 Nov. 19

24H

5%
29%

18%

19%

243* Sale
3 '% Sale
11% 11%

8%
32

6
33

10% Sale"
21% Sale

127"" "Sale"
27

Sale

8

Sale

23%

Sale
Sale

Sale

7% Sale
3%

25c

common

common

1

25

Hall (C M) Lamp Co
Haloid Co

*

% Sale
733* Sale

Sale

I6~"

Nov.30

Nov.

45

Nov. 13

16

Nov.

9

Nov. 30
303* Nov. 5
Nov. 23
100
45

Nov.

Nov.

4

Nov. 18
Nov. 18

1

Sale

103

Sale

12

5%

Sale

—.5

130

Nov. 10

129

Nov.

x41

Nov. 19

13%

5% Sale
24

24%

Sale

1334

1434

634 Sale
233* 24

'■A 7,400

900

Am

210

100

175

8

Nov.

9

7

Nov. 2
3% Nov. 13
1
Nov.
2
% Nov. 25
Nov.
6
1023* Nov. 2 117
3

Nov.

7

97

853* Nov. 30
133* Nov. 5

86

534 Nov. 2
23
Nov. 23

73* Nov. 18
253* Nov. 10

Nov. 25

Nov.

7
Nov. 30

1434 Nov,

11

6

Nov. 25

dep rets part pref—__8s

Hartford Electric Light

25

iH artman Tobacco common .10

Harvard

Brewing

Hazeltlne

1

Co

*
25c

Corp....

Hecla Mining Co

Helena Rubinstein common. *

67%
1%
3%
10?*
115*

68%
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2% Sale

.10

Heyden Chemical Co

Hires (Chas E) class A com..*

Holllnger Consol G M...
5
Holophane Co Inc common.*
...

Sale

22

13%

Sale

*

70
66
68%
1% Sale
13*
■2%
am
17% Sale xl8%
14% Sale
1634
1%
134
a\*
42
40
4134
34% Sale
13% Sale
1334
11% Sale
13
'"9"
10

68
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

13*
43

Sale

Huyler's of Del

663*
13*
2)4
17 34
143*
134
39

Nov, 28
1% Nov 30
3% Nov, 17

67

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

19

193*
2 34
453*
383*
xl4%
16

3334 Nov.
13 34 Nov.
103* Nov.

Nov, 17

Nov,
Nov,
Nov,
Nov,
Nov,
Nov

12

21
19
12
21

"1134

1

com..:

38M

23%

Sale

64

Sale

% Sale

7

Sale

106 %

Sale

28% Sale
65% Sale
% Sale
18
16

Sale

9%

*

'33"" Sale'
72

Sale

134 Sale
1734 Sale

203* Nov. 18 203* Nov. 18
37 3-2 Nov.
7 39 3* Nov. 10
10434 Nov.
1073* Nov. 9
Nov. 25
7534 Nov. 6
13* Nov. 16
5
19
Nov.

33

283* Nov.
65

Nov.

% Nov.
173* Nov.

Sale

"8"" Sale*
53*

Sale

Nov. 30

8

93*

Nov. "4

513* Sale
37%

Sale

54

Sale

54

Sale

533* Sale

6% preferred..
100
Illuminating Shares Co A
*

43* Nov. 14
49
Nov.
4

5% Nov. 30
523* Nov. 10

503* Nov, 16

55

Nov.

6

Nov. 14

54

Nov.

4

563* Nov. 10

Sale

.*

Illinois P & L $6 pref

Sale

22

9

4%

39

57

Nov. 21

1034
23%
233*
143*

Nov. 9
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov. 18

43

Nov. 28

51

Imperial Chem Industries—
Am

dep rets ord reg

..£1
.*

Registered

Sale
Sale

*

Sale

38%
Sale

22%
22%
13%
42%
7%

Sale
Sale
14
Sale
8

103* Nov.
203* Sale
2034 Nov.
x20% Sale *203* Nov.
1334
143*
1334 Nov.
4334 44)4 42 34 Nov.
83* Sale
734 Nov.

16
30

30
23
2

4

834 Nov. 27

33

Sale

323*

Nov. 24

38

Nov.

4

36

Sale

36

Nov. 30

95

Nov. 17

4534 Nov.
\~~3 Nov.

9
9

2,100 Ind'polls
P&L6H% Pf -.100
Indian Terr 1 llum Oil Co—

2,800
3,300
3,200
1,375
8,300
2,000

11,600
Non-voting class
28,400
Class B stock..
23,900 Industrial Finance
17,800
7% preferred

67,150
7,700

100

5:;

r.
M

A

*
*

t

t c

1

2,525
21,300
9,ooo
30,500
100

3%
3%
%

3%
3%
1%

2%
3%
1%

3%

4

Sale
1%

4

43*
Sale

13*

1%

100

Insur Co of North Amer

10

(nternat Cigar Machinery..*

5,230 lnternat Holding & Invest.*
132,570 Int Hydro-Elec $3.50
pref_.50
7,825 lnternat Metal Indus A
*
94,100 lnternat Mining Corp com._l
190,400
Warrants
484,600 lnternat Petroleum com..., *
4,700
Registered
._...._*
98,100 (nternat Products com
*

7,700

76% Sale
323*
33

72

Sale

27%

Sale

2%

743* Sale
263* Sale

100

200

•

M

t

2,400
1,300
20,000
60

100

6% preferred
10,700 lnternat Safety Razor
25,000 (nternat Utll class A
346.860
Class
B_
•

180

37,200

$7 prior preferred

Sale

'ivA'mi
3%
34%

New warrants

For footnotes see page 53




5%

3%
Sale

17%

11%
3%
36%

a

2%

Sale

AK
16%

a

231

Sale

11%
123* Sale
Sale
43* Sale
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Sale

4%

5

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..*

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100
cl B_*

1

Nov.

33*

il*

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

7-134 Nov.
263* Nov.

%

1%
4
Sale

Sale

"l"
11

1%

o

Sale

Sale

2

Nov.

16

Nov.

13

9%

.....

7,200

23

19

Mar. 11

4% Feb.

Oct.

2

234 Feb.

5

70

Nov. 28

94

5
34 Feb.
10034 Sept. 23

Nov.
Jan.

Jan.

1334 Aug.
Apr.
793* Apr.
68% Apr.
5
Apr.
40
July
1334 Apr.

102

10

Nov.

17
124

July
Feb.

6

6

Sept. 17
Feb.

7

Nov. 30

Oct.

19

Oct.
Feb.

i?

163* May 21
23* July
9
Jan.

2

Nov. 30

104

3* Jan.
23* Jan.
183* June

10

Nov. 18

Jan.

473*
183*
4534
323*

Jan.

100

7
16

Nov. 19
Mar. 13

903* Feb. 10
743* Aug. 17

Jan.

8

$

3
213* Nov. 23

92

24

11

233* Sept.

Jan.

21

13

Oct.

19

Oct.

17

2534 Oct. 14
Sept. 8
Apr.
1
32% Jan. 28

itA

10 130

Nov. 10

2
1103* Mar. 25 1303* Jan.
Nov. 19
243* Apr. 29 x41
7
63* July 24 1034 Feb.

134 June 8
3* Jan. 11
72

Jan.

81

s Apr.

28

76

Jan.

9

33* Nov. 13
13* Feb. 17

2 117

93* Sept. 22
5% Aug. 20
28

22

Oct.

11

Nov. 25

Nov.

113* Nov.
Nov.

a;34

Nov.

363* Nov.
43* Nov.
100

Nov.
Nov.

\*

Sale

ii

Nov.

Sale

43*
43*
13*
193*
75%
273*
2

Nov.

Me Nov.

Nov. 18

Nov. 21
Nov. 20
2

Nov. 28

1734 Nov. 5
163* Nov. 19
123* Nov.

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5

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Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Nov. 17

11331
vt
13
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97

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■

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6
7

883* Oct. 24
1434 Nov. 6
834 Mar. 31
263* Sept. 16
11

Nov. 25

83*
723*
23*
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Feb.

9

Oct.

10

June

4

9

31

Mar.

3

Nov. 17

19

193* Nov. 12
3

Feb.

17

55

Jan.

16

383* Nov. 27
173* Jan. 24
Nov. 21

16

Mar. 31

123* Aug. 28

Aug. 26
May 14
Apr. 29

13 3* Aug. 26
22 3* Jan. 17

3934 July

7

6 1113* Aug.
7
33
Nov. 25

June

2

57

% Sept. 2
93* Aug. 10
4
133* .Tune
6

Jan.

7

2
2% Jan.
32
May 19

3634 Jan.
3834 Jan.
5234 Feb.

2
6
5

934 Jan.

25

20

Jan.

6

7
203* Jan.
1334 Apr. 29

37

Mar. 12

53* Jan.

2

763* Mar.
2)4 Feb.
403* Feb.
30
Apr.
93* Oct.
73* Jan.
523* Nov.
60

Sept.
593* Sept.

3

Aug. 19
7
13* Jan.
9
May 19

3

6834 Oct.

20

263* Nov. 21
13* Sept. 11
7

Apr.

11

534 Feb. 27
10

1
Aug.
July 31
7
323* Aug.
33 3* Aug.
7

3

33* May
Jan.

34 July
Jan.
Jan.

87

Sept.
% Jan.

1

14
10

5
5

Nov.

43

Nov. 28

Feb.

Feb.
Mar.

934 Oct.
Oct.

2% Sept,

13

1034
243*
243*
143*

Oct.

28

6

4
8

Oct.

8
48
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9234 Jan. 23 100

Feb.

12

57

46

10
16

2

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20

27

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Jan.

2

4

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Feb.

10434 Nov.
2234 Jan.

64

95

28
2

1034 July 31
lQ July 16
Nov. 10
39

Nov. 30

Nov.

Oct.

10 % Jan.

134 Nov. 24
113* Nov. 9

zl03

13* Nov.
92

Nov. 21
Nov. 21

Nov.

6
7% Jan.
663* Nov. 19
Apr. 30

27

*

24,100 Imperial Tobacco Co of Can.5
8,200
Imp Tob of Gt Brit At Irel__£l
37,200 Indiana Pipe Line
10
3,130 Indiana Serv
Corp 6% pfd 100
1,430
7% preferred
100

200

1,700

Nov. 30

Handley Page Ltd—

543,300 Imperial Oil (Canada)
31,600

129

11

Hamilton Bridge Co com—*

2%

625

Nov. 6
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Nov. 5

Nov.

86

5%

19,200

113* Nov.
183* Nov.

97

5

139,140

25
3%
143*
213*

Nov.

3

11934 Nov.
38% 3534 Nov.
7% Sale
73* Nov.

3% Sale
% Sale
10734 Sale

11

23*
24)4
52 3*
1834

Nov.

Grocery Stores Prod—
New

Jan.

6

Jan.

85

Sale

36

30

85

734 Nov.

9% Feb. 21
434 Feb. 21

11

% Aug.
Apr.
3*s Jan.

47

213* Nov.

120

22

32

1234 Jan.

503* Nov. 16
1834 Noy. 18

24

129

21

P

7
5
4

Nov. 28
Oct. 30
Oct.
1
Feb. 21
Feb. 20

June

9

34%

3% Sale
13% Sale
18% Sale
130/ Sale

JSK

Feb.

Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

9 10034 Nov. 21
2
87
Nov.
2

28

Feb. 21
Nov. 23
Nov. 12
Jan.
2

67
1

2

1434 Nov.
393* Nov.
263* Nov.

Jan

71

Nov.

3* Nov.
53* Nov.
3134 Nov.

Sale

ol*A

Sept. 23

13
40

Nov.

42

14

89

1834 Jan.
123* Jan.

Nov.

100

% Sale
3%
25%

3

2
2

100

50

14% Sale
102
87 %

Sale

93

92

22

2234 Nov.
193* Nov.
60

1%
80

% Sale

3*

332

22%
Sale

Sale

1% Sale
67

25

Preferred

22%

66

conv

Gen Tire & Rubber com

22% Sale

5

233* Jan.

117

73* May 18
23* Sept. 30

183* Nov. 30

23* Nov. 16

Nov. 30

Feb.

17

19
July
223* July

NOV.

5

4
5

21

42?* Nov. 18
2334 Sept. 23

July
Apr.
Apr.
May

10

11

183* Nov.

30

403* May

General Elec Co of Great Brit

Hygrade Sylvania Corp

8,800
1,450
175

4*

Oct.

34 Feb.
13* Feb.

3634 Sept. 22

Jan.

74
112

Jan.

6

47

1034
1593*
103*
2434

Jan.

43* Jan.
133* Jan.
1134 July
23 3* June
283* Jan.
May
19.

30

Nov.

10

2

434 Sept.
143

103* Nov. 23
2434 Nov. 12
1334 Nov. 17

Nov.

81

Jan.

1434 Apr. 30

73* Nov.

3834 Nov.

112

16

54, Jan.
2
3* Aug. 11
5

203* Nov.

Froedtert Grain & Malting

306,700
Hygrade Food Prod..
14,255

35,600
1,300
1,700
.

Sale

28 H

7% preferred stamped..100
150
7% pref unstamped
100
19,500 Hydro-Elec Secur com..
*

'•»

1,200
15,500
:
i.95o

H

6% Sale

1,750

96,000
44,300
6,600
1,500
im

13 H
17

27

4%
Sale

383* July

Nov.

21

150

4%

2

Hormel (Geo A) & Co com
*
20,565 Horn
A Hardart com...
.*
3,865
7% preferred........
100
538,000 Hud
Bay Min Ac Smelt..
*
304,600 Humble OH &
Refining
*
51,600

1,260

-

Fox

Horder's Inc

2,925

•

16'% Nov. 5
183* Nov. 24

Fort Worth Stock Yards....*

900 Holt
(H) & Co class A
50

*

""50

143

Ford of France Am dep rets.

500
Gulf States Utll $6 pref.
*
675
$5.50 preferred
*
1,475
Gypsum Lime & Alabastine *

15,000

f

rcts.-Ord reg II

48,600 Guardian Investors
411,900 Gulf Oil of Pa

45,000
;rvMF'25
;v:Vrv 175

m

7% Sale»

Sale
Sale

18%
18 %

Sale Prices

% Nov. 30
13* Nov.

Gorham Mfg Co—

125

m

*

Amer dep

42,700
V t c agreement extended.*
482,200 Grand National Films Inc—1
74,000 Grand
Rapids Varnish Corp •
81,500
Gray Tel Pay Station com—•
5,630 Gt Atl 8c Pac Tea 1st
pref. 100
15,485
Non-voting common stock *
16,900 Great
Northern Paper Co..25
120,400
Greenfield Tap & Die com—*

4,200
3,200

'

Class B

'

3,400
72.200

'

7% Sale

Sale

%
1

Ford Motor Co, Ltd,

$7 preferred
—*
203,900
Goldfield Consol Mines....10
10,300 Gorham Inc class A com....*
6,275
13 preferred—.—...
*

425

.

Corp common.. 1
.....—100

20

10

'ioo

Preferred

Florida Power Ac Lt $7 pref..*
Ford Motor of Canada cl A—•

252,100 Glen Alden Coal
Co..
*
25,200 Godchaux
Sugars class A—*
50,800
Class B
*

3,400
2,500

1,400

Fisk Rubber

pf.100

18,200 Gilbert
(A C) Co com

18,900
4,450
9,000

1,300
1,300
5,700

First Nat Stores 7% 1st

69? preferred A.........100
Georgia Power $6 pre
.*
150
$5 preferred—
-*

975

193* Sale

6

Fire Assoc of Phlla........10

7,200
$6 Preferred
—*
51,400
Warrants
7,975 Gen Outdoor Adv 6
% pref. 100
5,070 General Pub Serv
$6 pref—*
19,700
General Rayon A stock
*
228,300
General Telephone Corp...20
22,400
$3 conv preferred
—*
93,300

300

/

1

com

..

MM 550
A130

iH

..100

7% preferred

Sale

% Sale
15
16%
20% Sale

*

Bi-Cell-O Aircraft & Tool.. 3
Palrchild Aviation

% Sale
%
%

....

2,600
Fajardo Sugar
.....20
124,700 Falstaff Brewing
.......1
46,000 Fanny Farmer Candy com__l
9,200 Fan steel Metallurgical
Corp*
15,700 Fedders Mfg Co common
103,500 Ferro Enamel
Corp com...-*
1,400 Fiat Amer
dep rets
192,700 Fidello Brewery
1

22"806

•

Option warrants
Evans Wallower Lead..

Highest

Sale Prices

20
9
5
7
5
5
21
20

Aug. 11

634 Jan.

28

Jan.

28

S8
11*

Jan.

9

Sept. 30
Feb.

13

34

Jan.

334
1934
163*
143*
5%
39%

Feb.

27
13
8

3?8

Oct.

Nov. 19

Feb.
Feb.

6

Feb.

8
30
30
16
5
4
12
4

Jan.

Nov.

22 103

Jan.

9

143* Feb.

9§*

4
13

Apr.

Feb.
Nov.

3* Feb.

'

DEC., 1936]

45

EXCHANGE

YORK CURB

NEW

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

AGGREGATE

NEW YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

In
!

Since

November

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

47,500
2,900
I.
930
5,100
4,200
6,600
5,400
300

Sale
Sale

6% Sale
37
35%

Sale

22

Sale

Sale,

19

Sale
%

Sale Prices

5% Nov.
33% Nov.
20
Nov.
% Nov.
26% Nov.
17
Nov.
% Nov.
% Nov.

Sale

Sale

27

.

88
H

1

%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

7% Nov. 20

2
4
27
24
2
25
12
5

37

Nov. 21

25

Nov.

May 20
% Sept. 11

20

% Nov. 2
28% Nov. 21
19% Nov. 6
1
Nov. 6
% Nov. 5

9% Apr.
4
37
Nov. 24
Mar.
3
33

5

27% Feb.

2

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
5
Sept. 30

;

May

6

7

31

Feb.

10

2

26

Mar.

23% May
Jan.

15

1% Feb.
% Feb.

% May 20
% Apr. 20

9

17
13

—

V

16,100

55,000
•'

100

v

650

26,200
11,400

15% Sale

100 Jeannette Glass Co
Jersey Central Pow & Lt Co—
5%% preferred..
100
6% preferred
.......100
7% preferred
100
Jonas Ac Naumburg Corp.2.50
Jones Ac Laughlln com
108

90% Sale
95
Sale
102% Sale
6% Sale

101%
5%
"«*

Sale
1%
1%
30% Sale

88

Sale
Sale
Sale

6 93
4 96
4 104
6%
2
75% Nov. 26 83%
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
5% Nov.

88
93

101

Sale

82

Nov. 27

Aug.
3
8% Nov. 27

17

14% Aug. 22
8% Nov. 27

16% Nov. 5
8% Nov. 27

Nov. 30

14^1
8k

14% Sale

88% Sale
90
95

1

Jacobs (F L) Co....

15,910
3,175
5,410
111,100
97,950

1,460
605

•

5 K

33 K
25

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask
Par Bid
STOCKS (Continued)
136,00G International Vitamin., ...1
32
Sale
44,630 interstate Hosiery Mills.
20% Sale
20,550 Interstate Power 17 pref.
IIIi
38,400 Investors Royalty Co
28% Sale"
38,925 iron Fireman Mfg com v t c 10
15
Sale
88,800 Irving Air Chute com.... ..1
*
68,200 Italian Superpower cl A.
Warrants
12,200

Shares

Shares

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1936

Nov. 16
Nov. 16
Nov. 12

70% Jan.
Jan.

76
86

May
1% Jan,

Nov. 18
Nov. 6

Jan.

30

28% Oct.

93% Aug.
4
97% Aug.
4
Aug.
4
4 105
6% Nov. 18
7
10 83 % Nov. 6
Oct.
5
3 29

200 Julian & Kokenge common
Kansas City

83,500
84,000

6,100
4,100
50

3*.355
1,700

50

114,700
6,700
5,200
600

1,000
2,400

Common

Pub Serv—

vtc

P_*

380 Kansas G Ac E 7% pref
100
20 Keith (G E) Co 7% 1st pf.100
10,900 Ken Rad Tube & Lamp cl a.*
46,300 Kingsbury Breweries com
1
Kings County Lighting
50
7% preferred series B...100
150
5% preferred series D
100
275,500 Kingston Products......... 1
246,500 Kirby Petroleum
...1
1
25,600 Klrkland Lake G M Ltd
16,200 Klein (D Emin Co common..*
10,200 Klelnert(J B) Rubber..
10

18,500

1,400
7,500

28,255
9,400
170
100

.

2,200
25,000
21,100
810

21,800
10,800

Sale

7% "8%
5% Sale

m
52

19,800

29,400
30,100
27,100
420
975

4,200
63,600
25

700
5,700

13,100
1,375
900

300

4,300
8,100
3,600
4.900

6,600
2,450

Sale

1

11,900
5,300
2,700
7,100

m7~, §55

10% Sale

105% Sale
11%
12
20% Sale

Sale
Sale

.....

% Sale
17
Sale
10% Sale
% Sale

17
10% Sale
% Sale
110
115
14% Sale
6% S^le
15

25
Sale
% Sale
108
111
7% Sale
23%
6%

A.......*
__*
19,800 Locke Steel Chain Co
5
1
224,000 Lockheed Air Corp
.*
337,000 Lone Star Gas
408,500 Long Island Light com
*

2

2%

2%

Sale

4

50

7,700
775

19,200
200

Sale

112

B stock...

"8% Sale
9%
4%
76

Sale

Sale

7% preferred
100
6% preferred series B ..100
Loudon Packing Co com
*

7,700

90

33%

13

Sale

93

17
Sale

9%
16%

8%
13%

-j

200

1,300
1,050
12,400
3,400

2,250
20

290

2,600
4,450
1,875

25,100
2,100
100
910

1,400
675

250

•

1

6% Sale

'57% "58%

Mayflower Associates Inc...*

"7,155
26,855
20

23,300
700
,

4,400

5 100
12% Nov

51

18
5

27

2% Nov.
17% Nov.
11% Nov.

14% Nov.
7% Nov.

Nov.

..*

B__*
Dredging com..*

136,600
13,200 McWilliams
_•
23,400 Mead Johnson A Co com
5
131,500 Memphis Nat Gas com
*
75 Memphis P A L $7 pref
_..*
28,600 Mercantile Stores Co
7%
preferred
100
1,345
1
63,000 Merchants A Mfrs class A
Par tic pref
*
800
*

Merritt Chapman A Scott

100

6%% A pref..

"8% Sale"
§7" Sale"
5% Sale

20%

24%

200 Metal Textile Corp com
Part

4%

Sale

627

preferred

56 preferred
Mexico-Ohio OH

.....

24%

Class A vot trust

ctfs

Class B vot trust ctfs

52

4,600

conv

5% Sale
15% Sale
55%
57

Sale
11% Sale
36%
38%

Nov.

1

% Nov.

38

Nov.

8% Nov.
90% Nov.
21% Nov.

5 11% Nov. 18
Nov. 18
4 109
Nov. 23
2 24

24%

54

Sale
7% Sale

3

70

Sale

31% Sale

6%
Sale

5

13

Sale

47% Sale
6% Sale

*
*

2% Sale

"%

Sale
4% Sale

10,700 Mock Judson Voehringer2.50
25,050 Mohawk A Hud Pow 1st pref.*
2nd

5% Sale
Sale

3

H

%

9

10%

20% Sale
45
49%

3

3

Sale

2%

17%

1

Corp

Moody's Investors Part pref,
Corp Ltd.

Moore

81

Sale

l!% Sale
142

Sale

38% Sale
27%
27%
144-

—

5% Sale
1% Sale

9

28"" Sale

Nachman Spring fill ell




53.

22%

10

23%

72

Sale
Sale

39% Sale

9

10

23% Sale
72
76
4% Sale
3
Sale
40

Sale

Nov. 24
4% Nov. 13
Nov.
6
%6 Nov. 6
4% Nov. 18

Nov. 4
Nov.
4 101
2
Nov.
9
1% Nov. 7
3% Nov. 7
2% Nov. 24
3
Nov.
2
2% Nov. 24
15% Nov. 6 18% Nov. 18
1 % Nov. 25
% Nov. 2
6% Nov. 28
5
Nov. 2

105

zl3%-Sale

Sale

107

89% Sale
7% Sale
3%
4

99

Sale
Sale

7% Sale
3% Sale

Corp.*
*

153
42

46

41

43

45

45%

""5% Sale' "6% Sale
148%
42%

Sale
Sale

'41% Sale'

Sale

21

35% Sale

38

21

23
Sale

Sept.15

2% Mar. 26
1
55% Feb.

9% Jan.
22% Mar.
16
Nov.
57% Nov.
4
Feb.

24
24

7% Jan.

28

21

53

Oct.

Sept.19
8% Jan. 23
Nov. 24
3
10% Apr.
62
Apr.
6

32

6
% Feb.
4% Nov. 30
Oct.
15
42%

100% Sept. 24 102
4%
1 % Aug. 12
3%
2% Aug. 27
4%
1% Jan.
7
15% Oct.
2 18%

3
2

6

9

Nov.

7

9

Nov.

7

8% Oct. 26

13

23

Nov.

5

72

Nov.

2

3% Nov.
2% Nov.

6
2

Nov. 23
Nov. 18

Nov.

40% Nov

12

92

Nov. 18

5 116

Nov. 19

*13% Nov. 30

14%

Nov.

2

2

40% Nov. 12

18

Jan.

81

41%
6%
3%
14%

Jan.

Nov.
Nov.

5

8%

Nov.

4

Nov. 10

15

Nov.

9

2 160

Nov.

9

142

Nov.

9

30
34

33% Nov. 30
38% Nov. 24

IF

Nov.

Nov.

4

45

Nov. 19

7% Nov.

2

8

Nov. 12

43

5

148% Nov. 2 150% Nov.
41% Nov. 24 45% Nov.
21

1

Nov.

2

34,% Nov. 13

7
5

23% Nov. 28
39% Nov. 18

Nov. 18

Nov. 19

15% Sept.

2 107
3
99

9

Nov. 30

Nov. 30

July 31
July 13

13% Feb. 10
x5
May.19

Aug. 24

20

Jan.

Aug. 20
4
Jan.

June

18

&

Oct.

9
13

49

Oct.

13

2 160

May 27

Nov.

45

Nov. 19

June

19 150

30

Apr.
9
May 20

3

"~7""~Nov.~i7

92
4 116

Oct.

28
149

"'5% "Nov."

8

xl3% Nov. 30

Nov. 30

9

5

Jan.

Nov. 30

7% Nov. 20
3% Nov. 18

1

Feb.

91% Jan.

22
109

99

4

31

28% Apr.
1
77% Nov. 18
5% Oct.
3
3
Nov. 24

100% Nov. 12 107
Nov.

Jan.

2% Feb.

6
16
4

19
Jan.
39% July
3% Sept.
1% May

Jan.

85

Feb. 17
Mar. 6

Oct.
3
Mar. 28
Nov. 18
1% Feb.
6
6% Jan. 18

7
3

38

6
8

Nov. 19

106

2% July

23% Nov. 9
77% Nov. 18
5
Nov. 19
3
Nov. 24

29

2
8% Apr.
82% Mar. 19
47% Nov. 30

Jan.
% Aug.
4% Nov.
42% Oct.

% Jan.

7

Nov. 23

125

40

% Sept.
Nov.

13

13% Apr.
43% Sept.

79% Feb.
5% Aug.
76
Apr.
20% Jan.
89% Feb.
5% Apr.
27
May
3% Jan.

5

30

73% Nov. 10

7
5

165

""7% Sale

May 14 102

5% Nov.
1% Nov.

15

33% Sale
40% Sale

July 22
July 22
8% Feb. 11
6
15% May

2
2

153 *

Sale

84

4% Nov.
1% Nov.

92

Sale

7% Sale

840 Mountain Sts Tel A Tel.. 100
Mueller Brass Co common..!

201,400

For footnotes see page

Sale

4% Sale
1% Sale

14%

5% Sale

Nat Automative Fibres A

7% Nov. 18
32
Nov. 24
5% Nov. 18
49
Nov. 18
% Nov. 30
4% Nov. 30

115

Mountain Producers Corp. 10

12,200
30,000

3

Utilities..10

Montgomery Ward A Co A..*
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow com. *

7% A pref....
..100
45,300 Moore (Tom) Distillery Co..l
3,000 Mtge Bank of Col Am Shs

142,610

Sale

1% Sale
6% Sale

2% Sale

Society cl A.

Montana Dakota

17

2

Sale

% Sale
5

4

preferred

Monroe Loan

1%

2%
Sale

16

"""% Sale

22% Sale

Co...

Molybdenum

9

47

1%
3%

40 Minnesota P & L 7% pref. 100
1,485 Miss River Power pref....100

20,145
395,700
10,800
3,300
II,650
15,900
4,745
2,175

31% "Nov." "2

32

4% Sale

9

96

42
Feb.
8% Jan.
35% Oct.

47% Nov. 30

6% Nov.

6

4
24
Feb.
4
Nov. 16
Oct.

31
2

7% July
6
13% Sept. 26
5
Apr. 30
44
Oct. 15
1% Jan.
3
4
Aug. 14
14% Oct.
5
50
June
5

Nov. 10

53

19

4
Apr. 29 11% Nov. 18
Nov. 18
42% Apr. 30 109
4
19% Aug.
7 27% Feb.

7% Nov. 18
21
Nov. 23
73% Nov. 10

4

13
15

Jan.

14

Oct. 28
34% Jan.
3

57% Nov. 13
3
Nov.
2

2
2

Jan.

6
18% Aug.
15% Nov. 28
10% Jan. 29
14% Mar. 4
Oct
3

1 %

13% Nov. 13
Nov.
7 39% Nov. 5
36% 37% 36
Nov. 19
Nov.
6 125
121% 123% 109
106
109%
6% Nov. 20
5% Nov. 18
6%
6% z5% Sale

Midland Steel Product— v

Minnesota Min A Mfg

Nov.

50% Nov.
11% Nov.

57

Oct.

Aug.
Jan.

Jan.

94

8% Nov. 30
17
Nov. 5
16
Nov. 30

8% Nov. 12
Nov. 10
11% Nov. 13
46
Nov. 2
2% Nov. 18
5% Nov. 12
15% Nov. 2
15

Mar. 12

22% Sept.

64

101

52 non-cum div shares....*
37,100
*
8,410 MldvaleCo
50c
31,900 Mid-West Abrasive Co
Mining Corp of Can..
*
12,700

21,750

Nov.

12% Nov.

2

Sale

52%

"H Sale

*

...—.._.__*

pref

Nov.

6% Nov. 19
14
Nov.
5
100
Nov. 5
1% Nov. 10
44
Nov. 17

8% Sale
13%
18

Sale

*
*

Co...
_•
17,100
1
307,700 Michigan Bumper Corp
*
12,100 Michigan Gas A Oil Corp
2.50
15,600 Mich Steel Tube Prod
*
113,600 Michigan Sugar com
Preferred
.....10
22,300

122,200
143,900

Nov.

3

Nov. 17

5% Oct.
9% Jan.

10% Nov. 17
12% Nov. 6
5% Nov. 9
90
Nov. 2
78
Nov. 4

75
6

Sale

106

Sale

Sale

40

Nov.

85

10% Sale

16

6%

*

Mesabl Iron

12% Nov.
9

12
4
Nov. 30

10
27
23
26
2
28
13

Jan.
Apr.
Nov.
May
Jan.
Apr.
72% Jan.
18%
17%
12%
6%
9%
3%

15% Nov. 28

11% Nov.
4% Nov.

28

Apr.

2
2
% Jan.
107% Jan. 30 112
2
15% Sept. 19
7% Jan.
Nov. 13
3
Mar. 17

Nov.
Nov.

1
112

Nov.

6

50%

60

•

Nov
Nov

11
9
28
16

Mar.

78

7
62%
Jan.
8%
5% Sept. 18
70
Mar. 20 100
15%
11
Aug. 19
3%
3
Aug. 19
4%
1% Nov. 16
25
11% July 21
2
12%
6% Jan.

62% Nov, 17
6

Aug.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
May
Mar.

Feb. 26
96% Apr 16 107
10% May
1 12% Mar. 24
June
1
14
Jan.
2 x25

2
2

Nov.

14

Sale

44

3

McCord Radiator & Mfg

181,400
r.
8,075
92,400

1%

Sale

Midland Oil Corp—

:

Nov.

1% Nov.
15
Nov.
9% Nov.
%, Nov.
111% Nov.

14% Sale
10% Sale
12
Sale
5
Sale
89
Sale
75
Sale
6% Sale
12% Sale

12

Middle States Petroleum—

16,400
10,400

Nov.

6%
5%
%
24
11%
10%

Jan.

8

25

22
22

54% Nov.
5% Nov.

Metropolitan Edison Co—

1,900
50,900
3,300
5,400
9,500
1,900

3
3% Mar. 11

4 105% Nov.

Nov. 16

14% Sale
7% Sale

46

8%

common..*
Electric Co
...1

54 preferred w w

9

8%

21% Sale

Massey Harris Co

10
25

%6 May 12
18% Jan.
3

11% Nov. 27
10% Nov. 30

100

1%
38%

37%

35
Sale

9

1

Mass Util Associates v t c

750

■-

:Sale
5%
6%
12% Sale
1%

Communication Am dep ret
2,500
11.400 Margay OH
•
75,400 Marion Steam Shovel com.
._*
15,400 Masonite Corp com

Master

Sale
Sale

79

16% Sale

5

com

5

Sale

Lucky Tiger Combination. 10

Louisiana Land A Expl com.l
100 Louisiana Pr & Lt $6 pref..*

49,100 Mangel Stores Corp com..
$5 conv preferred
4,155
3,200 MapesCons MfgCo

9% Sale
12% Sale

68% Sale

11,139
15,850
35,700
1,028,200

11,250

74

4

Loblaw Groceterias

166,300
11,100

96

70

11% Nov. 27

10,900 Lefcourt Realty com
...i
Preferred
13,100
476,100 Lehigh Coal Ac Nav
*
617,800 Leonard Oil Development. .15
I,810 Lerner Stores 6%% pref..100
*
125,600 Lion Oil Refining.
*
76,100 Lit Brothers com

48,900

18

Nov. 21
July
6
2% Jan.
9

July

Nov. 21

11% Nov. 16
20

99

......

"2",155

Nov.

104

60% Sale
5% Sale

55%
5%

6% Sale

155,800 Lakey Foundry Ac Machine
380 Lane Bryant 7% pref.___.100
500 Langendorf Un Bak cl A...

50,700 Lynch Corp

Oct.

ijk' J^y
1% Jan.

74% Jan. 29
100

May Hosiery Mills—

100

22
Sale

11

114

6% Nov. 28
4% Nov.
5
% Nov. 13
22
Nov.
6

70

% Nov. 5
20% Nov. 25
9% Nov. 10
9
Nov. 6

%

11%
12
21% Sale

Sale

Marconi Internat Marine—

200

*/s
20%

21
10%
Sale

20%
9%
9%

4

Sale

4

%

9A

80 Lackawanna RR N J__
243,600 Lake Shore Mines Ltd

1,025
1,225

Nov. 21
4
Nov. 18

5 *" Nov.

6% Sale

5% Sale
4% Sale

Sale

Class B

24% Nov. 30
2% Nov. 9

Nov. 25

95

3,375
0% preferred....
100
7,300 Kress (S H) & Co spec pf.-lO
102,200 Kreuger Brewing Co
...J

200

"2,555

Nov." 12

2

70

1

Knott Corp com....

17%

23% Sale
2% Sale

Sale

2%

IK

1% Mar. 18
6% Mar. 19
Aug. 22
48
Oct. 24
24% Nov. 30
3% Mar. 12

%6 Nov. 4
% Mar.
% Nov. 16
4% Nov. 7
1% Jan.
3% Nov. 27
Nov. 16 111% Jan.
112% Nov. 27 114
46

'17% Sale

Koppers Gas Ac Coke—

800

% Sale
3% Sale

%
4%

%
4%

.....

Class A pref v t c

Jan.

5
138

Jan.

10%
2
6%
9
8%
1 150%

Aug.

1

Feb.
Nov.

4
7

46

Oct.

9

25

Oct.
5
Mar. 16

Apr.
23% Apr. 30

6
2

47

11% Jan.
32

Aug.

NEW

YORK

CURB

SA

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Sine

9

,097
17
8

7

152
37
161
1

STOCKS (Continued)

8,

7,

165,
10
4

83
64

...I

New common
.1
$2 convertible preferred..4
National Fuel Gar
...»
National Gypsum class A...5
National Investors com....

$5.50 preferred
Warrants

*

11

35,
1

National Oil Products

33

29,
11,

1,

59!
41,
88,
191,
100,
6,
30,
15,
9,
1,

1,

4

National Steel Car Ltd

National Union Radio com_.l
Nebel (Oscar) Co com
*

Nelson (Herman)

Corp

29,
228,
59,
85,
13,
5,
24,
3,
3,
48,
18,
112,
23,

207,
125,
10,
9,

34,
4,
31,

5

Neptune Meter class A._

*

Nevada Calif Elec

com

100

....

7% preferred
New Bradford

Oil

3,
468,

4,

19,

324 Nov. 13
4 Nov. 25

.Nov.

2

Sale

182* Nov. 12
52X Nov. 4

20

ik

2

Sale

85

Nov. 18 101

Sale

Nov.
6
Nov. 2
Nov. 12
Nov.

Nov. 13

Nov.

29

Sale

35X

Sale

89

Sale

86

Sale

83

IX Sale
5X

4

5

Sale

278
65*

Sale"

X

%

5

4%

4

2

2354 Sale

lOH Sale'

Sale

46

Sale

265*

115*

115*
Sale

35*

454

102* Sale
IX Sale

145*

Sale"

2
11

25*

15

Sale

375*
Sale

105

2

1124 Nov.
IX Nov.

IX Sale

2

15

3X Sale

3X

Sale

4%

12 X

Sale

23
80

Sale

3X

Sale

108

265*
Sale

42

44

262*
6

45*

30

104

Sale

26

X

ill

Nov. 30

{ 77 X

2X Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

2

Nov.

Corp com.......*
Teleo*H% pref
100

Hud

....5

6% pref..100

Pow

65

...

Noma Elec Corp com.
1
Nor Amer Lt Ac Pow com....I

$6 preferred

♦

Rayon cl A...

68

854
17 X

X

154

Sale
Sale

75* Sale
325*
345*
25* Sale
4
454
354 Sale
3954 Sale

lsx
Sale

56 X

North Cent Texas OH......5
North European Oil com... 1

North Pennsylvania RR
50
Nor lnd Pub Ser k% pref_.10u

Nov. 19

1
14

X
45 X
2X

Sale

7X

Uhio Oil

(►% pref
100
Ohio Power 6% preferred. 100
Ohio Pub Serv 7% 1st
pref 100

104X Sale

Ollstocks Ltd

~13X *14"

5

common

Oklahoma Nat Gas
$3 preferred

com.... 15

Oldetyme Distillers

1

50

Overseas Securities Co

5X

Pacific Eastern Corp
Pacific G Ac E 6%

1st pref..25
1st preferred
25

Pacific Ltg Corp $6 pref..
Pacific P & L 7% pref
100

6

454 Sale
29 X Sale
27
106 X

Sale

Sale

Pacific Public Service....._*
1st pref erred
..*
.......

Pacific Tin special stock...

.*

47 X

Pan Amer Airways com
10
Pantepec Oil of Venezuela*. 1

48 X

.

Paramount Motors Corp... 1
Parker Pen Co....
10

50 X

Sale

2X
95*

60

Sale

Sale

61X
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 24

Sale

Sale
3X Sale
5
5H

7

Nov. 23

Sept. 30
85* Mar. 20
85* Feb. 19
Feb.

13

13
25* Feb
492* Nov. 28
30 X Aug. 28

3

Jan.

9

15X Feb. 11
Feb.

35* Jan.

11
25

Aug.

15

2

*12 *
28

Nov. 25

Apr.

2

Feb.

4

Nov. 28

Feb.

19

24 24 July 20
Nov. 20

9iH

Nov. 30

Apr. 11 1382* Nov. 17
Nov. 30
Apr. 29 23
Jan.
925* Mar. 21
3
Jan.

9
7
8

Jan.

Aug.

Feb. 26

Feb.

10
9

Nov.

June 30

22

Oct.

Aug.
3
Jan. 13

Feb.

10
20

3

July

29

Jan.

7

Jan.

Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov.
2

com vtc__

35 X
18

1

...l

2

Oct.

5

Jan.

10
30

com

*

Conv preferred A........10
Pie Bakeries Inc ewes...

7/i preferred..
100
Piedmont Ac Northern Ry.100

452*
22*
92*
32*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

com

17X

2

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov.
6

Nov. 30

Nov. 17
Nov.
6

Jan.

31
31

Jan.

29

3924
492*
424
52*
2*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
524
Nov.
X,
Nov.
1032* Nov.
82X Nov.

Sale

5%

X

30
13
24
9

17

o

Nov. 25

Sale

28

34X

3824

Sale

3324 Nov.

Sale

4524 Sale

l09"

Sale

1082* Sale

142*
1024 Sale
282* Sale
6
52*
824
82*

152*
1524
102* Sale
272* Sale

8g

Nov. 18
Nov. 16

Sale

824 Nov.

5

9

Nov.

9

Sale

312* Nov.
282* Nov.

32

Nov.

2

3124

282* Sale

552* Sale
52* Sale
7 ;■

Sale

524

2j*

62*
Sale

105

82* Sale

42*

17

Nov.

624
242* 25
242*
4524 Sale
382*
1062*
60
Sale
542*
8
Sale
524
52*
62*
52*

37

62*

2724

40

72*
2724

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
292* Nov.

Sale

"62* "624
5

Sale

172*

1624

17

111

Sale

Sale

170

Sale

292* Nov. 20
1062* Nov. 7
Nov. 28

Wi

Nov. 12

Nov. 18
106 X Nov. 13
6024 Nov. 19
824 Nov. 30
Nov. 24

292* Nov.

2

44

Nov.

67

35 1

Nov.

402* Nov. 18

62* Nov.

262* Nov.
110

~~5/4 "6X

29

7

Sale

38

Nov.

4

29

7

11

Nov.

10624 Sale

Sale

1524 Nov. 12

Nov.

62*
42*
72
422*
1624
1042*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
10924 Nov.
1592* Nov.

Nov. 18

Nov. 16

2824 Nov.
1102* Nov.
7

f—0 2*
72
43

9
6

Nov. 10
Nov. 18
Nov. 12
Nov.
9

162* Nov. 18

m
179

Nov.

4

Nov. 30

Nov. 18
I

87

875*

'40" Sale"

95

1122*
372*

Sale
Sale

38

135* Sale

1524

~4X Sale'

342* Sale
1424
132*
62* Sale
38
3624
1624 Sale

17

892*

93

149

Sale

37

Sale

142* Sale

872* Nov.
1092* Nov.
37

Nov.

95

Nov.

2

14924 Nov. 17
382* Nov. 18

1524 Nov.

342* Nov.
152* Sale
62* Sale

142* Nov. 27

352*'No"v."l9

14

1624 Nov. 19

Nov.

4

Sale
Sale

39

Nov.

62

162*
32*
52*
724

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

182* Nov. 30

42

39
20

62* Nov.
3724 Nov.
162* Nov.
62

"9X Sale"

Nov.

72* Nov. 17
Nov. 30

212* Nov. 17

Sale

17

18

42*

182*

Sale

i

Sale

A*

7

Sale

52* A*

Pltnay Bowes Postage Meter*

524

Sale

Sale

8

Sale

Pitts Bessemer Ac L E RR

9

Sale

Sale

50
•
.50

25

7X Sale
69
99

4224

Sale

Sale

94

95

Sale

128

130

142* Sale
9224 Sale
1332* Sale

112* Nov.
88

Nov.

12824 Nov.

Nov.

7

Oct.

Nov. 19
Mar. 26

Sept.
Feb.

262* May
1012* Jan.
1042* Jan.

5
24

Nov.

2
11

110

Feb.

1012*
132*
924
2624
52*
524

Jan. 18
4
Jan.
Nov. 4
June 26
2
July
June 26

324 Apr.

27

292* Jan.

3

2

Sept.
July
July
Sept.

24
28
14
22

Feb.

11

Aug.
3
Aug. 10
May 16
Oct.
7

Feb.1

7

Oct.

9

6
26X Jan.
10424 Jan. 15
6
77
May
55* May 13

July 28
Sept. 16

Apr. 30

Nor. 12

20

24 June 25
85
Apr. 22
7
45X Jan.
7
324 Jan.
4
May 12
32

20

35

Apr. 24
Feb. 17

262* Aug. 29
4

June 23

172* Mar.

Aug.

13

Nov. 28
Jan.

20

Nov. 13
Mar.

5

Nov. 30

Mar.
Nov.

4
2

Nov. 18
Nov. 18
Nov. 16

5

Nov.

22
8

9

Mar.
Jan.

6
4
Feb. 24

110
Jan.
52* July
32* Jan.
6854 June
422* July
1624 Aug.

15

Oct.

31

Apr. 15

103

18

Jan.

2

23

3
1062* Jan.
11424 Jan. 24
42
Sept. 15
12* May 20

87

Jan.

6

Sept. 19
14

Oct.

13

Sept

12

Nov. 18*
Mar. 31

May '20
Aug. 11
Nov. 17

May 21
7
312* Apr;

Jan.

22

12

Jan.

9

Feb.

7
3

55

1122*
3324

Mar.

Nov. 19

Apr.

6

Feb.

18

Nov. 17

Spet.
9

9

Nov. 28

Nov. 18

6

Sale

Nov. 17

July

Nov. 27

Nov. 21 4724 Nov. 2
Nov.
5 10824 Nov. 28
Nov. 30 1092* Nov. 13
Nov. 6 1112* Nov.
'

142* Nov.
924 Nov.
2724 Nov. 13

Jan

Nov. 19
Nov. 30

7
4

Sale

32

624
242*
352*

43X
1062*
1082*
1102*

Nov.

Nov. 30

Nov. 28
Nov.
4

c

29

Sale

Aug. 29

Nov. 17
Nov. 25

6

10824 107
Nov.
6
824 Nov. 4
W
3724 Sale
29X Nov. 16

Sale

27

18

30

9

42*

eon

17

Nov. 30

Sale

160

1

Pittsburgh Forgings Co

27
3

Feb.

2

Nov.

33 X
28 X

Sale

7
8X
3X Sale

•

Wlnterfront Co
Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd

Pines

Oct.

Jan.

9

4

6
5

Aug.

Nov. 24

6

2

10

Aug.

Nov.
2
Nov. 24

4

5

Feb.

Nov.

2

18

19

Aug.

Nov. 30
4

Nov. 25
Nov.
4

107

854

35

8% pref..25
Phillips Packing Co
*
Phoenix Securities common. 1

4

Feb.

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Sale

*

»

24 Nov.
2

13

18

July
Feb.

Nov. 13

Sale

37
6

Pennsylvania Salt Mfg.....50
Pennsylvania Sugar Co
20
Penn Traffic
Co.........2.50
Pa Water At Power........

Jan.

Nov. 30

*

$7 preferred

Nov. 20,
Nov. 30
Nov.
2'

54

*
•

10

..




Jan.

7
30
Sept. 22

39

6

100

Pa Gas Ac Elec class A
Pa Pow & Lt $6
pref.....

153.

2

Mar. 13

Nov. 30

Mar.
Jan.

Sale

45*

292* Sale

4X

com

Phila Elec $5 dlv preferred..*
Phlla Elec Power

—

Jan.

Nov. 28
Feb.
1

92

Sept. 28 115
19
July 14
May 29
1824
Oct. 27
42*

Nov. 19

15

Jan.

23

Sale

x61~~ Sale"
•

Penn Mex Fuel common...

Pittsburgh Plata Glass

10

555*

5

Patchogue Plymouth Mills..
Pender (D) Grocery cl A
Class B.

*ltts Ac Lake Erie RR

11

Jan.

4

Nov.

8

Mar. 17

Nov.
4
20
Nov. 13 118
Nov.
2
52* Nov. 23
532* Nov. 24 5624 Nov. 2
14
Nov.
4
162* Nov. 17

44X

Sale
Sale

•

Philadelphia Co

187,
35,
71,

Jan.

5

Sale

02X
Sale

Sale

AX

54
Sale

Ohio Edison $6 preferred..

Pierce Governor Co

X Jan. 10
% Jan.
8
12 X May 27
23
Jan. 10
7 5* Aug. IP
9X June
5
% July 10

87

16

88

36 X

Ohio Brass class B

J/*

2X
Sale

Sale

•

37,

19,
329,
205,

52* Jan.
3
32* June 18

962* Nov. 20
42* Nov. 30

112

524

49 X

Nor States Power com A.. 100

Engineering

Sale

Sale

6

82* Nov.

Sale

Sale

35*
454
35*
35*
X Sale

Novadel Agene Corp.......

Pepperell Mfg Co
..100
Perfect Circle com.........*

65".

745* May 13

1824 Nov. 28

A&
22

Feb.

5924
12* Sept. 16
42*
60
May 28 101
X Aug. 2p
IX
22*
IX Jan.
2
Jan.
52*
25 X July 27 3624

7
Nov. 25
Nov.
9
Nov.

31

142* Nov. 23
392* May ¥4

45 X June 23

Nov.

28

18
lb
25
19

39 X
39 X

7% preferred
100
Northern N Y Utll 7% pfd.100
Northern Pipe Line
10

Pennroad Corp

2

Nov.
9
44
Nov. 12 104
1112* Nov. 5 112

10

20

4X
52*

Sale

*

Prior preferred
50
Nor Amer Utll Sec
com.....*

9

115

Sale

5

common

Peninsula Telep Co
7% preferred

Nov. 10

102

954

118

Sale

9

Class A option warrants...
Class B option warrants...

%

Nov, 19

9

5
11/4 Nov.
12 Nov. 10

42

Sale

Sale

9X
85*
16 X
155*
11954 120
45*
454

15

com

Niagara Share Corp class B 5
Nlles-Bement-Pond com. ...'
Nipisslng Mines
...1

Northwest

29

Sept.
Nov.
Nov.
May

■

shares......... I

N Y Steam

Niagara

Nov. 28

8ept.ll
1224 Nov. 16
33
Apr. 27
175* May 19

Nov. 10
2% Nov. 14
6
324 Nov.
97
Nov.
2 111
Nov.
9
25X Nov. 19 26
Nov. 21
524 Nov. 27
62* Nov. 13
29
Nov.
7
Nov. 10
35

Shipbuilding Co

Founders

Nov. 17

Jan.

21

3>4 Nov. 19
1382* Nov. 17 1382* Nov. 17
2
122* Nov.
Nov. 30
23

Sale

Sale

Nov. 24

93

Sale

77 H

25 X
6X

A*

Nov. 14 113
142* Nov. 28
15

Sale

18

4

2

49

2 113

Nov.

2

24 Nov.

2

18

Nov.

8'5* Nov. 13
834 Nov. 30

110

93

36X

2

Sale

Sale

Sale

Nov. 2
Nov. 4
Nov. 4
Nov. 23
Nov.

1

272* Sale

15
15 X
1154 Sale
IX Sale

89

4

Nov. 12

Nov. 30

3624 Nov. 23

2* Nov. 23
28X
253*
83*
103*

27

113

98

10<i

Sale

6

IX Nov. 28
124 Nov. 10
55* Nov. 19

5

24 Nov.
112X Nov.

X Sale
11254 Sale
20
19X

N Y Merchandise Co com...*
N Y Pr & Lt $6 pref
*
...

X

%

1

285*
255*

26

7% preferred...

72* Nov.
424 Nov.

854 Sale

Sale

Nov.

5924 Nov. 28
3X Nov. 30

Sale

lie
12*
4X
29

Sale

2

37

N

9

143* Nov. 23

824
324
5524
142*

422* May
13

26 K NOT.

12X Nov. 16

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

124 Feb.
124 Jan.

~

502* Nov.

Sale

%

ig

Y Auction Co common...*
N Y
Hond Rosarlo M
Id

New Mexico Ac Aria Land...!
Newmont Mining Corp
10
New Process Co common....*

3k

69,
281,
18,
115,

87

98

..25

.

$2.80 preferred

is:

87

9X Sale
70 X Sale
1X
IX
76 v Sale
255* Sale
25*
3X

New Jersey Zinc

Penn Cent L Ac P $5
pref....*

21,

Nov.

Nov. 20

18%
59
3X
101

Sale

Sale

5

Page-Hersey Tubes Ltd
117,
475,
13,
1,
1,
5,
8,
6,

8

23

100

New Engl Tel & Tel Co...100
New Haven Clock Co com
*

5

Nov. 12

2

Sale
52

Sale

*

Nestle Le Mur Co class A

N Y

1

Sale

Sale

2
85

*

com

Lowest
Sale Prices

135*

Nebraska Power 7% pref..l00

Class B

1,
1,
3,

23

Sale Price*

Sale

Sale

Neisner Bros 7% conv pref 100

North Amer

66,
31,
256,

24 X

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale

285*
39X
1954 Sale

*

National Sugar Refg
*
National Tea Co 5 53% pref.IP
National Transit..
12.50

N Y Water Serv

32,
244,
76,
164,
202,
403,
151,

2

Lowest

Light—

New York Transit

,201,
173,

24

National Service Co
...1
Conv partic preferred....*

Corp

Ask Bid
8
7X

50

Sale
Sale

4

$6 preferred

N Y

20,
22,
15,

"3ff

National Refining common 25
Nat Rubber Mach com
•

Nehl

Bid

Nov. 30

5,

..

93

Ask

6x

National Leather Co com...*
Nat Manufacture & Stores..*
Nat Power Ac

253

Bid

i

Nat'l Bond & Share Corp...*

40,
3

Pat

com

National Candy com
*
Nat Container Corp com..,.*

142
83

Nov. 2

1936

National Baking Co
Nat Bella* Hen com

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

'an.
I hart

EXCHANGE

Nov.
Oct.

3
9

13

424 Nov.
72* Nov.

4

Sept.

2

Jan.

Nov.

9

Jan.

24
29

Nov.

4

July

29

14X Nov. 30
9424 Nov. 4

Feb.

20

Oct.

16

Apr.

8

A*
42
135

Nov. 18

2

"iff
]

Price

NEW YORK

CURB

In

Since

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

2.300

22,400
52,000
950

T, 660
64,900

"5",755
29,000
2,000
6,100

Sale

37
Sale

Sale

200

Sale

9 54

com—*

Sale

'16)4 Sale" "11)4 Sale'

10.

10

Nov.

6% 1st prefer red....... 100
7% 1st preferred.
100
18,320 Public Serv of Ind pr pref.
$6 preferred.............
13,065
2,200 Public Service of Nor 111...
220

1,420
1,110
50

40

25

Com $60 par

1,170
1,560

150

1,030

6% prior lien
7% prior lien

75

57

75

Sale
82

80

83

pref......100
pref......100

101

Sale

Public Utll Securities—

5,900
3,075

... .

250

5,100

160

1,650

22

Sale

43

Sale

43

50)4

„

4,200 Quaker Oats com..........
6% preferred.
100
710
46,600 Quebec Power Co

790

1,100
2,100
2,400
675
200

6,200
20,900
5,500
3,000
4,300
7,300
21,900
7,500

Sale

81

Sale

81

Sale

x9

135

140

14",200

850 Rochester

250

7%

20

900

71,700
546,900
26,300
105,300

400

2,400

Internal 0>rp

.....

52,400

2,700

96,500 Ryan Consol Petroleum....*

7,000

14,800
178,700

1,175
8,600

200 St

100

275,600
2,550

1,427,400
29,685
115,900

"3)4

900

3,350
150

1,700
1,600
31,000
33,000
450

350

3,250

2,300
5,000
40,100
57,800
2,500

6,550
70
525

900

Regis Papet Co..

•it

,

...

7% preferred

.

common..*

52,600 Shenandoah Corp
$3 Conv pref.... ....
.25
10,900
134,450 Sberwin-Will lams Co com. .25
2,310
5% cum pref A A A
100
*
4,775 Sherwin-Williams of Can
Shreveport Eldorado
Pipe Line stamped.,
.25
4,300
Simmons-Boardman Pub

2,930

800

10,300

Singer Mfg

Co-

1,100

.

20
900

1,100
4,100

7,500
100

2.100

77,500

4,600
200

4,400
3,250

£1

X

Sale

5)4

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

10

10)4

Nov.

1854

4X

Sale

5)4

Sale

2
2)4
4)4 Sale

9M
5X
2)4
12)4

5%
4)4 Nov. 24
106
Nov. 9 106

.!!§&
" Sale

39
8

4

3

'A.

X

X

v

""6)4 Sale'

3)4 Sale

104)4

JO
TA

f

A

2)4 Sale®
36X 38)4
X
%

43)4" '45)4
3
3

Sale

3

Sale

Sale

95

96

Sale

96

,2 X

Sale
Sale

98

Sale

s

49

46

5)4

24

Nov. 18
2)4 Jan. 30
1% Feb. 10
% Feb.
8

1934 Apr.

6

25

46

Oct.

17

June 23

21

754
17%
34 X
9%
1*

5% Feb.
Feb.
2% Apr.
3
Jan.

4
7

June

70

Nov. 5
Nov. 28
Nov. 30
Nov. 28

Nov.

MX Nov, 25

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
96
9534 Sale
3X

95 X

„

30

410,150
396,100
27,600
30,400
.
2,250
5% original pref........25
15,750 Southern Colo Pow cl A..25
50
7% preferred
.......100

8

)4 Sale
Sale

% Sale '
Sale

12

3X Sale

""5)4 Sale

9

X Sale
28)4

27 X

2)4
45
50)4
125)4 Sale

-r X
Sale
13X Sale
4,34 Sale
16)4 Sale
25)4 Sale

......

bear.. ,.l£
...»
44,400 Spencer Chain Stores
dep rets ord

37,050 Square D Co clas> A pref..
1,800 Stahl-Meyer inc com....,[~~*
!"•
26,700 Standard Brewing Co
11,670 Standard Can Ar Seal com.:::*




53

Sale

141

Sale

133

% Nov.

11%
3)4
934
25%

7

Apr.

M;ar.

6
21
17
*39)4 Nov. 19
11)4 Nov. 28
6
454 Apr.
Nov. 28

123

Feb.
3
Nov. 28
9% Nov. 30
Nov. 28
115
Feb.

4

71

Oct.

4^

Apr.
Oct.

8
2
17

10

6
1)4 Feb.
5054 Nov. 25

21
6

Sept. 24

85
49

Jan.

Jan.

28
2
2

Jan.

554 Feb.
Nov.
4)4 Mar.
534 Nov.
40
Mar.
454 Feb.
9834 Oct.
99
Oct.

10

Nov.

2

Jan.

1

39 x Feb.
98)4 Oct.

Apr. 30
Jan.
3

Jan.

9

Nov.

Sept. 11
854 Oct. 28
4% Feb. 21
Apr.
1

11
27

7
30
23
11
22
9

4
Feb. 10
Apr.
6
15
554 Sept. 8
1634 Nov. 30
9
2854 Nov.
434 Jan. 30
59)4 Sept. 29

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

2
4
2

2

Nov. 30

X
13)4
434
1634
28%

Nov. 6
Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 30
Nov. 9

145)4 Mar. 27
Apr.
3
116
25)4 Nov. 9

Nov. 30
13134 Nov. 2 141
Nov. 10
110)4 Nov. 17 112
22
Nov.
4 25 X Nov. 9

X Nov.

)4 Sale

X July

34 Aug. 24

% Nov. 18

2

27

Oct.

8

-v

35

Oct.

83X Sept.
385

4)4

4)4

6X

18)4

19)4

30 X

Nov;

375

Sale

6)4

654

Sale

2

Sale

28)4

2)4 Sale

234

Nov. 18

2 427

328

5

40

3

8354 Sept. 3
Nov. 18

Aug. 21 427

354 Jan.

16

98)4 Oct.

Nov. 20

6

30

Sale

Nov. 23

28

1)4 Nov. 17

4)4 Sale

27)4

27)4
25)4 Sale

"28)4 Sale

Sale

Sale

38

3

27 X

28)4 Sale
27
Sale

Sale

5X

Sale

9

6

Jan.

28
8

2)4 Nov. 19

Jan.

654 Nov.

9

"4X "5"

Nov. 23

28

26X Nov. 13
37 X Nov.
5
4)4 Nov. 24

31X Nov.

Oct.

28X
27 X
38%
5X

4)4

4%

4X

34)4

7X
40)4

8)4
40)4

56

44

49

4)4

6)4 Sale
34
54

'«

8

"""

X

9^

9g

9X Sale
36)4
3)4
2X

36

Sale

37)4

Sale*

6

X, Nov. 16

X

Sale

934
3434
2%
)4
36%

Nov. 4
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Nov. 6
Nov.
5

10X
37)4
2%
)4
41)4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10
12
12
6
23

6
6

Mar. 16
Jan.

Feb.

May
Oct.

Nov. 12 155)4 Nov. 18
4)4 Nov. 18
434 Nov. 27
1% Nov. 10
1 % Nov. 30
8% Nov. 14
IX Nov. 20
40
Nov.
4 42)4 Nov. 30
Nov. 9
45
Nov.
6 49

X Nov.

X

2?
33)4 Sale

4X
Sale
8
8)4
4234 Sale
46
48
4)4
IX

Jan.

Nov. 14
Nov. 2
Nov. 12
Nov. 2

153

90 South New Engl Telep Co. 100
.10
15,500 Southern Pipe Line...
24,100 Southern Union Gas com
.—5
88,100 Southland Royalty Co..,
..25
85,200 South Penn Oil
.50
1,250 So West Pa Pine Lines..
Spanish At General Corp Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs. ..£l
49,900

For footnote* age page

28
Jan. 15
Mar.
6
Nov.

106)4 Oct.

Apr.
Jan.

4

Mar. 25

2)4 Mar.

(L C) At Corona

...*
Co..*
Sonotone Corp
........-1
So Amer Gold Ac Plat
1
Sou Calif Edison pref B
25
5 4 % pref cla** C
25

Am

Mar. 30

113

54# Aug.

7434 Nov. 18
3 X Nov. 10
49
Nov. 27
334 Nov. 6
534 Nov. 30
32
Nov.
5
3 % Nov. 20
96X Nov. 5
96% Nov. 5

Nov. 25
Nov. 24
Nov. 16
Nov. 24
Nov. 2
Nov. 28
3
Nov.
2
94% Nov. 23
9434 Nov. 17

70)4
3X
4434
2%
3
2934

Nov. 10

106

34 Nov.
2% Aug.
3)4 Jan.
55
May
5X Sept.
60
Sept.
r 1
% Jan.
26
May

234 Nov.
37)4 Nov.
X Nov.

Nov. 28

Apr.

Apr.

Nov. 28

X
6%
9)4
115

Nov. 28

354
1254
*254
6)4

Jan

8

123

65)4 "Nov ."16
2)4 Nov. 28
40)4 Nov. 18
1
Nov.
5

49

2)|

47 *
Sale

Jan.
6
34 Jan.
9
% Aug. 10
% Sept. 25

3% Jan.
1)4 Jan.

102)4 Nov.

2)4
3
38)4 Sale
X
1

17

26% June

Sale

8)4

149

38)4 Jan.

6)4 Nov.
634 Nov.

Sale

4
22

Jan.
14)4 Jan.

Nov.~5

100 X Nov.
34 Nov.

24

Apr. 20
2334 Nov. 4

141

6X July
Nov.
4
A Jan.
Nov.
9
4% Jan.
Nov.
9
1)4 Jan.
Nov. 28
6)4 May
X Aug.
3)4 July
Nov. 30
Nov. 9 104)4 Apr.
106
Oct.
113
Sept.
6)4 Sept.
2
Jan.
Nov. 30
434 Jan.
Nov. 2
1434 Jan.
Nov. 4
Nov.
9
A Jan.

95

"65)4 "Nov."

~1)4 sale
29

9

Nov." 14

88

Sale
A Sale

"fx Sale

934 Nov. 28

June 27 13734 Jan.

115

27)4 Nov. 4 *3934 Nov. 19
934 Nov. 20 1134 Nov. 28
3% Nov. 7
3
Nov. 5

Sale
11X Sale
254
3X

121

Sale

104

A

X Nov.

,35)4

Sale
>.
3)4

3X
15X
1834

Nov. 10

2

13 X Nov. 24
17 X Nov. 30

"90"li; Sale' "92" "96"
9)4

1)4

1)4

19^

27)4

Sale
Sale

9X
Sale
Sale
17 X Sale
)4
%
3X

14 X

734 July li)
8
87% Sept. 10
20
Sept. 18

Nov. 10

SX

8X
10
2 X Sale
15)4 Sale
18)4

5)4 Jan.

Feb.

47% Sept.

2
15
10

5034 Jan.
14
Jan.

5X Nov. 10
17% Nov. 28
34% Nov. 28

10)4 Nov. 6
31)4 Nov. 20
6X Nov.
5
54 Nov. 9
5)4 Nov. 18
2X Nov. 4
10 X Nov.
6

Sept. 14
4

20 101
9 110

22

28

40 X Nov.

Sept. 4
117)4 Apr. 16

1% June 17
Jan.
2

30
30
6
28

Nov. 18
X Nov. 12
X Nov. 10
% Nov. 28

Sale

Sale

98

77
80

119

7)4 July 31
98)4 Oct.
9

pref.100

Typewriter v t c
25 Smith (Howard) Paper

700

"7",856

32)4
8)4
X
5)4

7

1««

Singer Mfg Ltd..
\m dep rets ord reg sh*

Smith

320

2

Nov. 10
Nov.
9

4

4X Sale
16 X Sale
33)4 Sale
8)4 Sale
uAt Sale
5 X Sale
2)4 Sale
12)4 Sale

Sale

10
31

*
pref. .100

200 Sioux City G & E 7%

3,500

6

}05 „ Oct.
Oct.
8* Oct.

common. 1 "2

"270

22",200

IS

5
77,615 Savoy Oil Co
—..,*
32,900 Schlff Co com
36,100 Schulte Real Estate com....*
25
24,400 Scovllle Mfg Co
Scranron-Spring Brook
Water Serv $6 pref—.....*
875
50,350 Securities Corp Gen'l com..*
8,700 Seem an Bros common......*
374,100 Segal Lock Ac Hardware com 1
118,900 Selberllng Rubber com....."
*
4,300 Selby Shoe Co com
273,100 Selected Industries.....—1
$5.50 prior stock
!••-•*
16,410
Allotment certificates
36,570
Selfrldge Prov Stores, Ltd—
American dep rets
£1
3,900
... 1
,56,500 Sentr> Safetj Control
78,800 Set n Leather com
1
126,900 Seversky Aircraft Corp
..5
246,800 Shattucfc Do an Mtnina
30,600 Shawlnlgan Water At Power.*

Corp conv pref
10 Simpson's Ltd 6 % %

"3",400

5
100

Salt Creek Producers

200

12,000

Nov.

39

Sale

Nov. 28

17)4 Nov.

4

3)4

Heating Ac

360 Sanford Mills Co

40

1,400
4,700

38,300

St

bar

Ltg.lOD
Anthony Gold Mining—1
Lawrence Corp Ltd
..*

Safety

8

Sale

17)4

8)4 Sale
Sale

Sale
X

A

)4

24

Nov.
4
X Nov. 12

100

pref.. 100
Rogers-Majestic class A....*
Roosevelt Field Inc
5
Root Petroleum Co com
1
$1.20 conv preferred..... 20

400 Royalite Oil Co Ltd........*
46,600 Royal Typewriter com.....
*
37,500 Russeks Fifth Ave Inc
307,500 Rustless Iron & Steel Corp..*

"M66

21

Jan.
Jan.

92

122)4 Nov. 2 129X Nov. 18
Nov. 16
145
Nov. 20 146
20
Nov. 2 23)4 Nov. 4

27

pref..35
Radiator com
1
(J & E b% pref. I'm

B preferred...

Rosala

150

19X

34

A
•A

A
A

10 Rochester Tel 6)4%

6,600
16,200

Sale

145

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
9)4 Nov.

4)4
43)4
8234
1934

7
24
77)4 Nov. 4
18)4 Nov. 5
8)4 Nov. 4
3% Nov.

40 X Nov.

22

Richfield Oil of Calif

82,600 Richmond
v

50

Sale
Sale
14)4
16)4

125 X

Sale
146
Sale

124

142

..

94,000

Nov. 30
5 98
2 103)4 Nov. 12

Sale

8)4

5 54

5)4

....
174,400 Red Bank Oil Co
50,700 Reed Roller Bit Co new—.
12,100 Reeves (Daniel) com.......
135,600 Relter Foster Oil Corp......*
......16
68,400 Reybarn Co.. inc.
210,300 Reynolds Invest com .......1
30,000 Rice Stix Dry Goods Co

V

Nov.

Sale
Sale

12,150 Railway Ac Light Securities.*
14,900 Rys Ac Utll Invest cl A com.
24,010 Rainbow Luminous Prod A
Class B common.
34,300
Raymond Concrete Pile—
Common
*
18,075
$3 conv pref
*
3,375
27,100 Kavtheon Mfg, v t C .....50c

1,300

Nov.

4)4 Sale

$7 part preferred....
7,750
*
62,790 Putfet Sound P Ac L $6 pf
*5 oreferred..
43,550
1,250 Pyle National Co common..5
,10
55,500 Pyrene Mfg.........

700

96

Sale

116)4 Sale

13
15
22
19
Oct.
8
Nov. 28
Oct.

Jan.

10334 Mar.
3734 Jan.
14X Jan.
48
Apr.
48
Apr.
Ill
Apr.
115
Apr.

23 110)4 Nov. 23
Nov. 2
16 70
Nov.
2
30 40
17 75)4 Nov. 17
Nov. 28
21 80
2 11634 Nov. 2

101

Sale

36)4
80 X

98

stock..
60
450
6% preferred... .......100
7% preferred
100
:
50
Public Service of Oklahoma—
850

200

57

54
54

64

Sale
Sale
79)4
80

70

Sale

37 )4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

110)4
62 X
36)4
75)4
76)4
116X

5

Feb. 13
Oct. 16
Sept. 28
Nov. 9
Nov. 28

Apr. 22
Apr. 17
May 27
Sept. 30 108

100

28

&Feb.
134
16)4
11)4
12X

4

Aug.

98

of Colorado—

290

10

3
5

X
8)4
9%
8%

)4 Nov. 30
15)4 Nov. 13
10)4 Nov. 14
2 12)4 Nov. 9
Nov. 28
2 108

X Nov.

103

106

104

Sale

103

13

May

14
29
24
19

13
3734 Nov. 30
3% Sept. 9
41
July 10
38% Nov. 30

Jan. 20
34 Aug. 26

30
% Nov. 2

X Nov. 10
14)4 Nov. 25
10
Nov. 19

Sale

Oct.
Jan.

29%
IX
37)4
19%

38 X Nov.

2
7

35)4 Nov.
X Nov.

15

Highest
Sale Prices

3 34 Jan.
1
June
2
16)4 Oct. 15 *2034 June
6% Jan.
2% Nov. 25
1234 Nov.
8
Aug. 17
20 % Nov.
11)4 Jan.
3
Oct.
100
Sept. 29 102

37)4 Nov. 30
3 X Nov. 18

2

Nov.

Sale
Sale

X

15** Sail*

98 54

96

*

$4 preferred
Public Service

38)4
X

Sale

X Sale

*

Prudential Investors

57,200
2,950

9,800

35)4

Nov ."~4

33
3

3X Sale

Sale

3

H

2% Nov. 25
9)4 Nov. 2
18
Nov.
4

Sale

37

34

32)4

18)4 Nov. 13
4)4 Nov., 7
12 X Nov. 19
14X4.
20 X Nov. 28

5

17 X Nov.

Sale
Sale zl2
17)4 20)4 21)4

9%
16)4

.

978 Providence Gas Co

200

Sale

4

IX Nov. 13

2%
18.X
3)4 Sale

17 X

17)4

16)4

Sale Prices
2
Nov. 18

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid
2
1)4 Sale

Bid

Ask
Sale

STOCKS (Continued)
Par Bid
2X
1
28,900 Pleasant Valley Wine Co
*
13,000 Plough. Inc...—
4 "
381,800 Potrero Sugar com..........5
112,000 Powdrell Ac Alexander com..5
12,750 Power Corp of Can com....
70
6% 1st preferred
100
36
*
19,600 Pratt A Lambert
1H
410,700 Premier Gold Mining..-.-.-1
*
; s
300 Prentice-Hall Inc
20
*
41,950 Pressed Metals of Amer
%
1
296,000 Producers Royalty Corp
Propper
McCallum
Hosiery
%
Mill
Co mm
... *
16,070
43,600 Prosperity Co B common...*

3,800

Lowest
Sale Prices

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

|PRICES IN NOVEMBER

AGGREGATE SALES

November

47

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

NEW

Dec., 1936]

2
24

4
16

34)4 Mar.
16 X Oct.

6

8
3)4 Feb. 24
654 Jan. 27
2954 July 10
28 X July 22
41)4 Apr.
8
654 July
2
76)4 July 15

May
8 !55)4 Aug. 10
7)4 Feo. 11
3% June
9
1
Jan. 27
254 Feb.
7
6)4 Jan.
2 11X Mar. 23
32)4 Jan. 21 4234 Nov. 30
May 26
44X Oct. 31 60

141

% Feb.

6

% Jan. 13
)4 Feb.
1
93* Oct. 21
29
Jan.
4

% Mar. 7
10)4 Sept. 23
37)4 Nov. 12

2)4 Apr. 28
X July
1
Jan. 18

1% Feb.
6
41)4 Feb. 17

33

4)4 Jan.

14

NEW

YOEK

CURB

3A

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK
Sine

4

14

215
31

149
5
209

76
7
34
198

Jan

2

Nov. 2

1936
STOCKS (Continued)
Standard Dredging com

Par

Bid

Ask

Bid

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Lowest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

454 Nov.
16

Sale

2054

Sale

Standard Oil (Nebraska)...25
Standard OH (Ohio) com. .25

38

Sale

9

15

Nov. 20

17

52

20

Sale

20

Nov.
Nov.

5454 Nov. 30
2254 Nov. 17

Sale

1254 Nov. 13

38

Sale

37

Sale

254 Sale

10454 106
354 Sale
4
334
63
20

....

Standard Products Co
Standard Silver Lead

454 Nov.

5454 Sale

5% pref
.100
Standard Power & Lt com_.l
Class B common
*
....

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

*

Conv preferred
..*
Standard Invest $5J4 pref_
Standard Oil (Kentucky).. 10

Preferred

RANGE NCE JAN. 1

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

fan.

Shan
3

EXCHANGE

1
..1

Sale
Sale

At Sale

At Sale

_

14

Nov. 18

10454 10654 10454 Nov. 24

i

i8§

Sale

3

Sale

354 Nov. 13

Nov.

Sale

59

Sale

4

9154 Nov.
54 Nov.

Sale

Nov. 21

Nov.

9

Nov. 18

3954
10554
354
354
6454
2254
54

Nov. 4
Nov. 12
Nov. 2
Nov. 30
Nov. 2
Nov. 18
Nov. 9

Standard Wholesale Phos¬

17
6,

159,
2,
174
111,

17
8

23,
293

48,
904
1,
957

8,
22,
459,

phate & Acid Works

2ft

Starrett (The) Corp
Steel Co of Can Ltd ord
Stein (A) Ac Co com

654%

2d preferred

2,

44,
781,
1,

1?:
3i:
165!

"i

1754

1354

100

Sterchi Bios Stores Inc.....*
1st preferred
.....50

454 Sale

354

18)4

10854 110
954 Sale

2054

20

110
Sale

105
11

20

Sterling Brewers Inc
Sterling Inc

1

354

654 Sale

454

4

...1

Sale

654
654
454 Sale

Stetson (John B) Co com..

Stinnes (Hugo) Corp
Stroock (S) & Co Inc

...5

Stutz Motor Car Co~.

...»

*

Sullivan Machinery Co
Sunray Oil

*
...5

554% conv preferred
50
Sunshine Mining Co
...10c
Swan-Pinch Oil Corp .....15
Swiss-American Blec oref.100
Swiss OH Corp
1

raggart Corp

17
2 54

rechnicolor Inc

5

2454
2454
354 Sale
23J4
2454
354 Sale

22

154 Sale
Sale

Sale

44

554
52

48

17

'2254 Sale'

Sale

854

6

954

354

3
26

Sale

354 Sale
Sale

28

354 Sale

454 Nov.

18 54 "Nov" 6

20 54 "Nov

954 Nov.
4154 Nov.

2
4

43

Nov.

9

654 Nov.
354 Nov.

2
5

18
3

Nov. 12
Nov. 25

2454 Nov.

*27

1254 Nov. 16
Nov.

9

1554 Nov. 10
754 Nov. 19
5

Nov. 23

2354 Nov. 20
554 Nov. 5

4

27

Nov.

4

2354 Nov.

6

354 Nov. 9
2954 Nov. 17
354 Nov. 12

3
3

Nov.

3

Nov.

5

2254 Sale
9

10

Sale

1654 Nov.
854 Nov.
90
Nov. 30

95

Nov.

4

454 Sale

10

*

common

reck Hughes Gold Mines
*
renn E) Pow 7% 1st pref..100
renn Products Corp com
*

Producing
7% pref

*

Sale
Sale

2

3754

Nov. 12
Nov. 25

Nov.

Nov. 19

2

5

414

254 Sale

Nov.

Nov. 23

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov. 17

2254
534 Sale

1834 Sale
7054

Sale

354
Sale

75 54

Sale
%
Sale

.54

2254
554 Sale

Nov.

Sale

11154

Nov. 30

Nov.
Sale

Nov.

Nov.

154 Sale

Nov. 28

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov. 14

Nov.

2

554

Sale

37
14

Sale

654

Sale

44

Nov. 13
7

Sale

1354
754

354 Sale

~354

2054 23
4 3#
5
47% Sale

1954
354
51

7

454
354 Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov.

Sale
Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 21
Nov.
5

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 30

Nov.

6

*

robaccoAc Allied Stocks....*
robacco Prod Exports
*

Nov.

37

#

rhew Shovel Coal Co com..*
rilo Roofing Inc
1

rishman Realty & Constr

Nov.

53

53

3854

3854

100

rexon Oil At Land Co

Sale

14

52

3554 Sale'
354 Sale

Nov. 24

Sale

Nov.

Nov.

4

robacco Secur Trust Co Ltd

2,
2,
11,

Am

dep rets ord reg shs..£l

Am dep rets def reg......5s

rodd Shipyards Corp

roledo

30,
207,
402,
125,
3,

Edison

6%

...»

7% preferred A
100
ronopah Belmont Develop..1
ronopah Mining of Nev
.1
rrans-Lux Pict Screen com.l

rrl-Contlnental Corp Warr..
rriplex Safety Glass Ltd—

17,
5,
12,
47,

-

-5

"*54 Sale"

Sale

454 Sale
254
254

Sal^8

354
114 Sale

Sale

...1

Class A

1
com... 1

80-cent div pref
rwln Coach Co...
Ulen Ac Co

*

654

654 Sale
2354 Sale
12

854

8*4

Sale

1454 Sale

*

1154

5% preferred

8,
5,
190,

,409
157,
567,

1154

97 1st non-vot pref
Warrants
United Lt Ac Power

.._.*

Common class B

A...*

com

41,

Sale

14

Sale

Sale

14

Sale

1754 Sale

254

254

454

754

34

40

154

154

454 Sal#
8154 Sale
54 Sale

354 Sale

96 conv 1st pref
*
United Milk Products com..*
13 preferred
..._*
United Molasses Co Ltd—

3054 Sale

8%
52

10
60

Sale

2

7% Sale
11854 Sale
154 Sale

Am dep rets for ord reg._£l

554 Sale

754 Sale
754 Sale
57

Sale

22

30

754
50

Unit Profit Sharing com
Preferred

•

10

154 Sale
8
854

United Shipyards com cl B.l
United Shoe Mach

554 Sale

Preferred

"154 Sale
10

12

154 Sale
9354 Sale

25

com

2

7

1354 Nov.

654 Nov. 10
Nov. 10

9

Nov.

954 Nov. 10
1154 Nov. 10
17 54 Nov. 13

1054 Nov. 27
1554 Nov. 2

5

7

53

Nov. 14
Nov.
4

854 Nov. 17
,

6

254 Nov! 4 ** 4 j
1354 Nov. 14 14

Nov. 18

Nov. 30

Nov.

2

' 8

Nov.

2

1854 Nov. 27

854 Nov.

9

854 Nov. 12

14

52

154 Nov. 14

8

Sale

654 Nov.

122

Sale

11554 Nov.

154 Sale

25

2

154 Nov.

554 Sale
7
754
5754 Sale
32
3554

654;

Sale

654

154 Sale
1054
13
2 54 Sale
94

Sale

7

Nov.

4054 Nov. 14

U S

Finishing

Sale

% Nov. 12

Preferred

Sale

1554 Sale

1454 Nov. 27

254 Sale
9254 Sale

9554 Sale

100

U S Lines Inc preff.i
U S Playing Card com

.,_._*

10
U S Radiator common......*

7% preferred
Rubber

54

j

5

"i

..!,..*

U S Foil class B
U S Ac Internet Sec com....*
1st preferred with warr
*

U S

.100

2354 Sale
154 Sale
77
79
154 - 154
34

36

554 Sale
3154 Sale

Reclaiming....*

J S Stores Corp com
$7 Conv 1st pref

4

Sale

21

Sale

....2

Universal Pictures com
...1
Universal Products Co......*
Utah Apex Mining Co..
5
Utah Pr Ac Lt $7 pref
*
Utah Radio Prod com......*

Utility Equities com ...._..*
Priority Stock
.....*
Utility Ac Ind Corp com
•

• sac

3

7% preferred

53

•

Sale
36

41

45

54

38

654 Sale

41

Nov. 27

Sale

754 Sale
54 Sale

Sale

1

354 Sale
4 54 Sale
11

5

554

'54 """54

14*

2254

23
954

9

"l" ""154

lV*

Sale

1754 Nov.
254 Nov.

2

96

Nov.

2

4

Nov. 25

Sale

1454 1554
2154 23
1554 Sale

Nov. 25
Nov. 23
Nov.
6
Nov.
5

154 Sale

Nov. 20
Nov. 5

Nov.V 4
Nov. 19
Nov. 19
Sale

4

77

*

54
3 54

1

1 54

1
100

Oct.

21

1254 July

9

554 Mar. 13
52
J an.
2
2
454 Jan.
02
Mar. 31
5

Apr. 30

51

Aug. 10

3554
154
3 54
1754
454

Jan.
Aug.
July
Jan.
Mar.
66
May
At Sept.
454 Apr.

10054
554
1654
1154

5

Sale

7954
Sale
Sale
Sale

95

Sale

2554

%

Sale

5

8554 Sale
Sale

1

354 Sale
154 Sale

454 Sale
154 Sale

Nov. 10
Nov. 13
Nov.

"

HI 001

Nov. 17
Nov. 16

Nov.

Sale'

23

Sale

Apr.

Sept.
Aug.
July
54 June

65

Jan.

4

4
Nov. 12

454 Apr. 23
2954 Nov. 17
5
Apr. 17
49
Sept. 9
2454 Jan. 24
1054 Aug. 13
Oct.

13

654 Oct.

29

96
02

1554 Nov. 12
5454 Oct. 10
40

Oct.

6

454
654
3254
654

Mar. 23
May 16
Mar. 6
July 20

16
4

13
15
25
3

20
Feb. 21
Nov.

554 Aug.

Nov. 20
Nov. 9
Nov. 19
Nov. 13
Nov.

5

Nov.
2
Nov. 21
Nov. 30
Nov.
2
Nov. 17
Nov.
6

3

54
154
554
554

Apr.
3
Apr. 23
Feb.
3
Feb. 13
Jan. 31
Feb.
4

6
May 12
2354 Jan.
2

53

7

Nov.

4

1054 Nov. 27
1154 Apr. 28

554 Oct/.
454
2*4
854
9454
454

Oct.
July
Jan.
Aug.
6
Aug. 15

12

Apr

1354 Nov.

7

Nov.

9

1454 Feb. 24
1654 Feb. 24
1754 Oct. 17
854 Nov. 17
Oct.
7
Feb. 15
July 20
Aug. B
Mar. 11

7

454
1454
9454
754

Mar.11

30

754 Apr.
3554 Apr.
154 Apr.
■8
July

43

Jan.

554 Jan.
25554 Sept.
54 June
Jan.

154 Sept.
83

Jan.

3754 Aug.
Mar.

54 Jan.
54 Sept.
254 July
Aug.

154 Jan.
May
154 Jan.
26
Sept.
3

19
1

% Nov. 12

Nov. 25
Nov. 23
Nov. 18
Nov. 19

14

3654 Oct.
6
1154 Mar. 14
13
Feb.
6

14

Nov.^ 9

16

Oct.

2154 Feb.
3
554 Jan. 30
53 # Nov. 21

Mar. 10 113

70

Nov. 16
Nov. 12

5

July
69

2154 Mar. 31
1154 Mar. 14
8
Sept. 18

9
2

7 54 Nov. 28

6

Oct.

10254 Nov. 28 106

Nov., 12
254 Nov. 19

37 54 Nov. 28
654 Nov. 30
55
Nov. 30

9

19

Nov. 21

15

A» June 26
54 Oct. 14
354 Jan.
6
154 Jan.
6

Oct.
Feb.

30
18
22
4

5

Feb.

81

29

254 Mar. 14

107

Mar. 31

2

1954 Mar. 11
454 Oct. 15
3254 Jan.
2

3
Nov.

Sale

354

154 Nov. 9
554 Nov. 19

Nov. 23

9

3
154 Jan.
1554 Feb. 14
2
254 Jan.

2

4

3254 Nov. .19
354 Nov. 9
40
'Nov. 5
5 54 Nov. 4
54 Nov. 4

5

8
6

354 Jan.
554 Jan.
2954 Jan.
654 Jan.

254 Nov.
9354 Nov.
2

3354
4

100

107,
11,
52,
88,
382,
11,
103,

common

Sale

Nov. 14

*

Universal Consol Oil Co...10
Universal fnaurance
...8

Conv preferred
Utll Pow At Light com

2

2 54

3254
3 54

454 Sale

United Wall Paper

Utica Gas Ac Elec 7% pf

16

_..__*

5,
2,
43,
15,
107,
22,

Class B

1

9

June

2

354 Nov. 12
9454 Nov. 20

Nov.

1554 Nov. 10
754 Oct.
6

30

1

*

common

43

25

Jan.

8*

4054 Sale

2054 Nov. 27
08 54 Oct.
8
1254 Nov. 16

Feb.

6

Nov. 13
Nov. ,7

9
8

Oct.

18

Nov.

*

com

2

9

Oct.

454 Nov.
70

2554 Jan.
554 Nov.

Nov.

4

16

6

July 30
Oct.

3

June

May
Jan.

54 May
Aug.
54 Jan.
Jan.

354 Jan.
754 Jan.
18

Feb.

454 Jan.
2254 Apr.
54 Jan.
46

Jan.

354 Nov.
May
May
May

93

Jan.

May
154 Jan.
154 Sept.
18

Jan.

8

Jan.

30

13
Mar. 16
Oct.

Jan.

5854 Nov. 27

6

6454 Nov. 2
2354 Sept. 8
54 Jan. 14

25

8

154 Nov.

9

Sept. 11

Jan.

Jan.

554 Nov. 23
654 Nov. 27
25554 Nov. 24 256
Nov. 24
154 Nov. 4
254 Nov. 6

92

27

5

454 Feb. 17

1

754 Nov.

Nov.

6 10754 July

Jan. 17
3 54 Aug. 28
1554 Sept. 10

«X^m«

Nov.

62

June

No?. 30

93

Nov.
Nov.

20

4 54

Nov. 28

554 Nov.

25

2

16
6

Oct.

8
1354 Jan.
8
L0854 Oct.
354 Jan. 22
29
May 26
6

16

Oct.

40

Mar. 13

854 Nov. 28
122

Nov.

52

Nov.

Dairy Prod class A com..*

Class B

891,

&

"8 54 "Nov." "7

6

154 Sale

62

62

54 Sale
354 Sale




7

92

United Stores Corp com vtc *
United Verde Extension..50c

■

9

854 Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

754
554
454
1354

142,
152,

A

7

3554 Nov.

1054 Nov.

Sale

»

.

55,
16,
99,
24,

254 Nov.

6

48

United N J RR & Canal Co 100

278,
67,
24,
90,

Nov. 25
Nov. 28
Nov. 9

4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3

6

93 cum partlc pref
*
United Corp warrants.......
United Elastic Corp..__.._.*
United Gas common
1

J S

Nov. 10

Nov.

1354 Sale

16

...JO

Common

35,
504,
5,

23!

Nov. 21

Transp—

,230,

57,
5,
18,
11,
10,
2,

Nov. 17 112
Nov. 16
54
Nov. 2
154
Nov. 2
554

5054
854
1154
1654

4954
754 Sale
1134 Sale
1554 Sale

United G Ac E 7% pref...100

27,

At
54
454
254

1154 Sale

....25

Warrants
United Chemicals Inc—

37,

.111

47
*

25

Union Gas of Canada

United Aircraft &

854

9

734% pref..

Unexcelled Mfg Co Inc

53

10

rrunz Pork Stores Inc......*
rubize Chatillon Corp—

Common

2

3554 Nov.

Union Stk Yds of Omaha..100
Union Traction Co
50

40,

Sale

Am rets for ord. sha. reg-.

rung Sol Lamp Wks

47% Nov.

10254 Nov. 28 10354 Nov.

pref..100

rrl-State T Ac T 6% pref

204,
64,
128,
51,
25.0,

2154
454
5254

Oct.

354 Nov.
59

47

2354 Nov. 18
954 Nov. 25

Jan.

8
8

654 Apr.
1854 Apr.
55

2354 Jan.
1454 Feb.

254 May
4
254 Apr. 24
25
Apr. 29
1954 Oct. 27
54 Jan.
2

9

47

44

90

Sale

654 Sale
*

rastyeast Inc class A new_.l
I'aylor Distilling Co
..1

rexas P & L

20

554 % pref. .50

rampu Electric Co

Per as Gulf

3

154

97

15

354 Nov.

100

com

ralcott (J) Inc

r

14

1254

....

preferred

Syracuse Ltg 6% pref

162,
2,
25,
300,
176,
723,
239,

Sale

1

354 Mar. 14
1254 July
2
1754 Apr. 28
11' July
3
2154 Jan.
3

35 54 Jan.

_

254
1454
854
954

Nov. 30

Mar.
Aug.
July
July

18
11
28
15

July 22
754 Nov. 13
5
Nov. 7

8

654 Jan.

22

4
Nov. 6
Sept. 24
May
8
Nov. 20
42
May
8
254 Feb. 11
154 Feb. 11
154 Jan. 18
654 Mar. 25

257

June

254
1054
354
9454

2454 Jan.
354 Feb.
96

8
7

Nov. 12

354 Feb. 10
3754 Nov. 28

754 Jan.

30

Nov. 30
754 Nov. 28
154 Feb.
4
3
Aug. 20
154 Feb. 10
454 Mar. 27
654 Mar. 25
27
June 18
24
July 27
1654 Nov. 18
32
Jan.
9
254 Jan. 25
77% Aug.
7
4
Feb. 14
04
Nov. 13
554 Oct. 10
96
Nov.
2
254 Jan. 28
654 Jan. 27
31
Feb. 17
354 July 31
3354 July 29
55

AGGREGATE

NEW YORK

Since

Price

CURB EXCHANGE

In

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

2,500
25,300
10

3,500

1,500

"2",300
2.500

6,600
75,400
16,600
4,600
9,400
A;V,i 50

•

S,o

Virginia Pub Serr 7% pref 100
19,000 Vofit Mfg Corp

50,900

Waco Aircraft Co
500 Wahl (The) Co common

"

Sale

85* Sale

*

*

~85* "16"
VA

134
193*

Sale

'~43* Sale

32,460

Western Auto Supply com A *
975 Western Cartridge 6% pf.l«0
Western Grocery

2,300

17,000

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

26"" "273*
7
6

6
5

9H aW

iyH
VA
303*
26 A
73*
645*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

31
6
5

15*
23*

26

63*
554

■

10

1054
25*

66

63* Nov. 10

6

5
Nov,
Nov. 23
2
Nov
2
Nov
2
Nov

93*
15*
15*
303*
253*

A*
9
Sale

.

7

11

10
24

9

Nov
Nov

25*
23*
375*
2934

77
64
1003* Nov, 16 101

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

-

300

5,500
5,800
4,600
3,000
300

2,600
4,000
5,600
700

92,800

15,100
41,900

7^

130,500
6,600
85,600
72,700
53,100
16,800

West Texas

Nov. 10 110

104

Stationery

15 H Sale

275*

285* Sale

33* Sale
73*
9
123* Sale
13* Sale
75*
75*
41
Sale

45* Sale

263*

Utilities Co—

$6 preferred.............

*
Williams (R C) Ac Co
„*
Williams Oil-O-Matlc Htg...*
Wll-Low Cafeterias com..—1
Convertible preferred
*

W Va Coal & Coke com

Wilson Jones Co com
300 Wilson Products Inc

1
100 Winnipeg Electric class B
70 Wisconsin P Ac L 7% pref. 100
54,100 Wolverine Port Cement
10
4,000 Wolverine Tube Co-com
2
140,000 Wood ley Petroleum Corp
1
Woolwerth (F W) Ltd—
11,600
Am dep rets ord shares..5s
705,100 WrJght-Hargreaves Ltd.

69,500 Youngstown Steel Door
318,400 Yukon Gold Co

4

Sale

834 Sale
134

Sale

10 5*
31

Sale
Sale

Sale

285*
293*
73* Sale

1H

2

1!*

85*

373*
75*

45*

Sale
38J*
Sale

533* Sale
23* Sale

9
Sale

15* Sale
10

Sale

393* Sale
17

■45*
5 54

*
5

Jan.

183* Sept.
43* Jan.
3734 Jan.

25
13
16

100

Nov. 12

66

Sale

45*
45*
1354 Sale
83*
9

453*

433*
8

Sale

z583* Sale
33* Sale

10
9

Nov.

13

25* Mar. 56
375* Nov. 25
9
2934 Nov.

June

il*

25
9

Feb.
Feb.

134 Oct.

Feb.

77

1

Not. 13

10254 Sept. 29
7
May 22

Jan.

4 1125* Sept. 2

Apr.

J

7

285* Nov. 30

155* Jan*
2
73* May 21
95* May 21

2854 Nov. 30
73* May 21
95* May 21

733* Nov.
33* Nov.
73* Nov. 12
11
Nov. 24
13* Nov. 2
6A Nov. 14
393* Nov. 28
1654 Nov. 30

85
Nov. 9
43* Nov. 27
9
Nov. 13
13
Nov.
15* Nov.

64

Mar. 13
25* July
1
73* Oct. 21
105* May 20
1
Apr. 17
634 Aug. 19
30
July
7
1654 Nov. 30
3
Oct.
9
80
Feb. 11
33* Jan.
8
133* Nov. 28
55* Jan.
2

85

263* Nov.

25 Westmoreland Coal Co.....
25 Westmoreland Co..........

150
14,200

fK

Mar.

63* June

Ry—

......

103* Mar. 11

53* June
454 May
8

com.....20

Common

7?
Oct.i 10
3
Feb.
5
955* Sept. 15
335* Nov. 27

81

90

Nov. 23
Nov. 4

554 Nov.

365* Sale
265*. Sale
8

4

15* Nov.

25* July 27
134 Aug. 28
Apr. 27
18
May 20

65* Nov. 28
23* Nov. 28
Nov. 23
335* Nov. 27

Nov. 19

5
90

preferred.......100

7% 1st

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask
Ask Bid
6
Sale
53*
6
VA Sale
13* Sale

Bid

Sale

2l

11,200 Waltt Ac Bond Inc claaa A..*
11,500
Class B
33,900 Walker Mining...
1
597,000 Wayne Pump Co common
1
48,800 Wentworth Mfg Co
—-5
97,200 Western Air Express Corp..l

Western Tablet &

1,200

VA

590

Western Maryland

400

Ask

Bid

STOCKS (Concluded.)

nnn

13,000 Venezuela Mexico Oil——.10
374,000 Venezuelan Petroleum
1

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

200

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

November

49

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

NEW

DEC., 1936]

103* Nov.
42

Nov. 18

1754 Nov. 30

4

5

133* Nov. 28
85* Nov. 2

14

Nov.

4

Nov.

5

2

Jan.

75* Oct.

3
Feb.
1554 Feb.
42

1754 Nov. 30
3
Oct.
9
Oct. 21
7
Jan. 23
14

Mar. 28

433* Nov. 28
93* Feb. 17

21

583* Nov. 30
43* Feb. 20

4

156 June

Nov. 23

11

365* Sept. 23

Nov. 24 a;583* Nov. 30
35* Nov. ~
23* Nov. 2

60

13

11

Nov. 18

97

18

29

433* Nov. 28
85* Nov. 27

9

73* Nov.

39

Nov. 16
Nov. 23

95* Nov.

Oct.
8
55* Feb. 11
Apr. 17
1634 July 31
10

BONDS

1,000
716,000
33,000
198,000
61,000
84,000
59,000

72.656
87,000
20,000
409,000
1,000
605,000
38,000
127,000
27,000
136,000
17.000
13,000
278,000
480,000
70.000
286.000
4,000
95,000

474,665
2,000

74,000
418,000
107,000
71,000
43,000
90.000

23,000 Abbott's Dairy 6s
1942
82 34 Sale
8,984,000 Alabama Power 43*a—..-1967
1,221,000
1st At ref 5s
—...1956
2.872,000
5s
1965 "87"" Sale
1,545,000
1st 5s...
....1946 1033* Sale
983* Sale
2,371.000
1st Ac ref 5s
.....1951
934.000 Aluminum Co s f deb 6s .1952
33,000
5s called...
..1952
1,022,000 Aluminium Ltd 5s
194* 1043* Sale
272,000 Am Community Pow 5 H* 1952
440,000 Amer Elec Pow deb 6s...1957
3,749,000 Amer Gas At Elec deb 5s ..202* 107"" Sale
1,000
Deb 5s called
..2028
American Power At Light
925* Sale
8,908,000
6s
2016
622,000 Amer Radiator deb 4Hs..1947 1025* Sale
1,899,000 Amer Rolling Mill 5s
..144* 1035* Sale
317.000 American Seating 6s stpd 1946
1,460,000 Appalachian El Pr 5s....1956 10634 Sale
197,000 Appalachian Power 6s—2024
121,000
5s
1941
99
Sale
4,881,000 Arkansas Pr Ac Lt 5s...—1956
563* Sale
1953
6.348,000 Associated Elec
827,000 Assoc Gas Ac Elec 4 Us—1945
30 " Sale
8,722,000
68
1968
51,000
Registered
355* Sale
Sm Jnv ctfs
143*
1,906,000
3,000
53*s
ct'8 *eg..——1938
28
Sale
4hs series C.......—1944
7,726,000
3,000
4U* registered.....—1949
34
Sale
916,000
5 Us
1977
303* Sale
Conv deb 5s.?..
195*
7.554,000

1,140,000
1,741,000

Ausoc Rayon Corp
Assoc Tel Ac

308.000

Atlanta Gas

645,000

Atlas

1,904,000
793,000

1,172.000
96,000

eiiooo
32,000

14,000

To",666
341,000
25,000
30,000

11",665
12.000
34,000
147,000
200,000

30",006
25,000
254,000
44,000
63,000
65.000
2.000
49,000
82,000

385,000

298",665
448,000
233.000

24,000
7,000

.

23,000
26,000
268,000
147,000
151,000
104.000
^
2,000

2,045,000

145,666
16,000

670",666
288,000
>

9,430,000
6,803.000
822,000
1,000
809,000
376.Q00
249,000

1943

6s

warrants..—.1938
1938
without warrants—193*
x-w stamped
—1938
Tsi of Canada 5s
..1955

6s

6s

Bell

w w

Sale'

9634 Sale

Locomotive Works

6s with

5s series C
1—
146S
Bethlehem Steel 6s
—199*
6s registered
2,000
.....1998
487,000 Rlnghamton L H Ac P 5S..1946
3,654,000 Birmingham Elec 4)*S—1968
..1454
'1,189,000 Birmingham Gas 5s
V- 876,000 Broad River Power 5s A.. 1454
58 registered
——1954
1,000
1956
98,000 Buffalo Gen Else 5s
1st Ac ref 5s
-—-—1434
t 276,000

5s registered..
Conv deb 5s....




53.

1043* 104

92

Sale

102

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

993* Sale
1033* Sale

1063* Sale
Sale

22

Sale
1075* Sale
10634 Sale
355*

Sale

1033* 104
1033* Sale

1033* Sale
1053* 1053* 106
Sale
106
1055*
1.185* Sale 121
1083* 1093* 1075*
1035* Sale 104
615*
663* Sale

....1950

90

1

Nov. 28
Nov, 28 104
Nov, 18; 923* Nov.
2

104

107 74.
iv.

Sale
Sale

Nov. 30 1083* Nov.
4 1043* Nov.

603*

Sale

583* Sale

79

773* Sale

575*

Sale

68

Sale
Sale

61
98

99

87

Sale
Sale

1053*

Sale

53

Sale

633* Sale
58
Sale
1003* Sale
Sale
86
~ *
105
105

Sale

Sale

52

Nov.

57

57

Nov.

57

Sale

67

Nov.

623* Nov.
615* Nov.
78
Nov.

733* Nov. 27

Nov.

68

5734 Nov.

63

62
98

1003*
8734
1055*
1053*

Nov.

855* Nov.
Nov.
1053* Nov.

105

126

129

170

175J* 1295* Nov.

4 173

126

129
125

171

Sale

130

Sale
Sale

123

Nov.
Nov.

6 175
4 166

123

157
1243* 157

1153*

Sale

116

Sale

123

1145*

Sale"

1163* Sale

l34"" Sale"
893* Sale
76

Sale

1065* 107
983* Sale
86
873
Sale
983* 98

1063* Sale
975* Sale
88
Sale

106

Sale'

65 34 Sale
67
Sale

13

Oct.

31

37

1083* Mar. 9
10634 Nov. 30

7

3

2
3

Mar. 13

3

0

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Feb.

18

Oct.

23

Nov. 30
Jan.

Sept.

6

9

69

Oct.

19

61

Oct.

19

Oct.

19

653*
615*
803*
743*
61

Feb. 17
Mar. 13
2
Jan.

5

Mar. 25

Nov.

9

July

2

5
19
Nov. 14
Oct.

Oct.

Jan.

Oct. 19
70
Oct.
19
66
15 1003* Nov. 30
3
6 913* Mar.
8
Jan.
05* May 12 10554 Nov. 18
2

634 Jan.

10534 Oct.

21

Nov. 27
773* Apr. 29 173
Nov. 27
79
Apr. 29 175
Nov. 27
7334 Apr. 30 166
75
Apr. 30 1663* Nov. 27

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1143* Oct.
,

Jan.

13 117
9 114

116
Jan.
1165* Jan.

4 12254 Nov.
Nov.
2 123

134

Nov.

Mar.

4

Jan.

9

4 12254 Nov. 21
14
7 123 5* Oct.
Mar.
2
2 145

Jan.

Sept. 15
Sept.,15 135
1053* Feb. 11 1075* Sept. 10
4
985* Nov. 19
8934 Jan.

135

1055

975*

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

Nov.
Nov.

4 1663* Nov.
2 116J* Nov.

2 145

Nov. 19

233* Oct.

Mar. 10

03*
53*
234
734

114

1215* 1223* 1225* 1233* 1215* Nov.
1223* Nov.
1225* Sale
1223* Sale
142
Nov.
143
Sale
142
150

973*

693* Sale

1223* Nov.
1153* Nov.

9

575* Nov.
5234 Nov.

523* Nov.
523* Nov.

107

53* May 12
83* Mar. 9

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

1043* Aug. 11
1083* Mar. 10
8
1053* Jan.

May 13 10734
43* Apr. 21 107
35* Feb. 19 121
734 Feb. 29 1083*
8
Feb. 19 1045*

-

61

5

2

10254 Nov.

104

28

June 27 105

3

Nov. 24 1063* Nov.
Nov. 17121
Nov.

Sale

54

7

2 1033* June 18
23* Jan.
Jan. 21
23* Aug. 10 1053*

Nov.
Nov.

1065* Nov.

_

Feb.

943* Oct.

28 107 '

Feb. 18 1033* Aug. 13
5
Mar. 19 10034 Oct.
6 1073* Nov. 25

993* Nov.
104

Nov.

118

Sale

Apr.

7934 May

41023*
5| 98
9 1073*
5 1043*

963* Nov.
103

Sale
Sale

57

77

104

96
Nov. 21
84
Nov. 2
Nov. 25 1023* Jan.
965* Feb. 27
Nov. 18
Nov. 13 105 A'. May 16
Nov, 24 107
7
1053* Feb.
1
Nov. 19 1033* Feb.
1055* Nov. 5 107
3
33* Jan.
17
Nov. 10 2234 Nov. 30
3
Nov.
2
133* Jan.
34
Nov. 171 36
Jan. 30
1065* Nov. 28 10834 Nov. 19 106
30
10634 Nov. 30,10634 Nov. 30 10634 Nov.

Nov,
Nov,
Nov,
Nov,

1033* Nov.
Nov.
10634 105

1065* Nov. 17 1063*
97
Nov. 4 985*
873* Nov. 14 8854
97
Nov. 20 983s

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

76

Nov. 19 1075* Nov.
106
10734 106
1065* 1073* 1083* 1065* Nov. 4 1073* Nov.

1035* 1043* 1043* 1055* 1035* Nov. 6 1043* Nov. 28
11134 HI?* 1105* Nov. 25 1123* Nov. 12
11154 112
104
Sale
1033* Nov. 4 1045* Nov. 12
104
Sale
1135* 1143* 113
1065*
1073* Sale
Sale
1033*
104
103
1033*
1033*
1033* Sale
1013*
1005* Sale
1025*
1025* 103
1035* Sale 1033*
903*
903* Sale
Sale
9o
955*

102

69

Sale

71

Sale

76

Sale

Nov.
1133* 113
107
1063* Nov.
Sale
1013* Nov.
Sale
103
Nov.
Sale
103
Nov.
102
1003* Nov.
1023* 1023* Nov.
Sale
1033* Nov.
Sale
9034 Nov.
Sale
9434 Nov.

665* Sale
693* Sale
743* Sale

1053* 1053* 1055* Sale
1053* Sale

793* 80
995* Sale
995* 102
753* Sale

111
1023* 104
80
Sale
100
Sale
1033* Sale
753* Sale

7554 Sale

743* Sale

110
103

Sale
Sale

110

1025* Sale
1033* 104
75

Sale

745* Sale

1023*
103

Nov. 13

1073* Nov. 2
1033* Nov. 28
1043* Nov. 20
104

Nov.

9

1013* Nov. 17
1023* Nov. 12
104

Nov.

9

913* Nov.

7

Nov.

7

97
69

71

76

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
2
2

Nov. 16 1053* Nov.
Nov.
7 10534 Nov.

10

105

1093*
1023*
785*
993*
10054

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1103* Nov.
1033* Nov.

5

69

Nov.

105

683* Nov.
683* Nov.

2

5

6
1015* Nov. 12
Nov. 30
103
Nov. 18
76
Nov. 16
68
Nov. 17
76
83

Nov.

103
Sale 10234 Nov.
1035* 1033* Nov. 12 104

Nov.
Nov.

2
4

75

Nov.

2

7454 Nov.

2

715* Sale
Sale

72

663* Nov. 14
673* Nov. 13
72
Nov. 13

114

Nov. 12
683* Nov. 13
69

2

Jan.

90

7 103 3*
895* Jan.
955* Sept.,30 955*
6 108
104
Apr.
1053* Apr. 30 109

109

.....1966

Registered.!
....
4,000
3,316,000 Cities Service Gas 5 U*—1942
647,000 Cities Serv Gas Pipe L 6s. 144*
6s registered
1943
3.000
8,934,000 Cities Service P At L 5U*-1952
5 Us gold deb
1949
4,036,000
5 U* registered ...
1949
5.0001

For footnotes see page

1075*

Sale"

1453
908.000 Canada Nor Power 5s
Canadian Pacific Ry 6s.. 1942 1105* Sale
993* Sale
Carolina Pr Ac Lt 5s
145*
5s registered
1,000
..1956
384,000 Cedar Rap Mfg Ac Pow 5s. 1953
467,000 Cent Arizona L Ac P 5s—1960 1053* Sale
94 3* Sale
5,358.000 Cent 111 Pub Serv 4U* F.I967
5s series E_.._
.—.195b 1013* Sale
861,000
995* Sale
5s Series G_
—...1V68
1.640.000
4U« series H
—-.J**!
1,067,000
378,000 Cent Maine Pow AH* E..1457
712,000 Cent Ohio Lt Ac Pr 5s A..195*
Sale
91
.1,124,000 Central Power 5s ser D..1957
Sale
82
5,960,000 Central Pow Ac Lt 5s.....1956
5s registered
.—1956
1,000
6254 Sale
5.631,000 Cent States Elec 5s......1945
643* Sale
5 Us
1954
9.234,000
72
Sale
5,356,000 Cent States Pr Ac Lt 5 U*-1953
Chicago Dist El Generating
Sale
4Us series A....—...1470 106
715,000
6s series B.......... .1961
26,000
Chicago Junction Rys At
Unioa Stock Yards 5s.. 1940 1093* Sale
250,000
405,000 Chic Pnsum Tool 5H«...1942 1025* Sale
723* Sale
Chic Rys 5s ctfs of dep.. 1927
2,173.000
865* Sale
728,000 Cincinnati Street Ry 5U*1Q52
93
Sale
6s series B
—1955
884,000
...1966
1,575,000 Cities Service 5s...
8,000

20
36

Sale

2,515,000
4,228,000

25,274.000

1053*

743*

Registered

Juno 1 1957

104

1025* 1003*
97
Sale
98
Sale
953*
1063* 1063* 1073* Sale 1053*
1025*
1023* Sale 1045* Sale
1063* 106
1063* 1065* 106

80

stamped

1st M 5s ssr B

105

923* Sale
1013* 102

105

783*

Light 45*8.-1955

Plywood 5U*

Baldwin

59,000
237,000
173,000

.

„

5s—..1454
A...1455

Tel 5Us

104

1025*
1095*
983*
1023*
1115*
1053*

Mar.
Apr.

Oct.
June

22
4

Sept. 30
Feb.

14

Jan.

31

10 105 54 Aug. 11
7
22 1163* Mar.

Sept. 9
Jan . 11 105
2
2 1023* Oct.
Oct.
Oct. 31
Jan. 11 114
Mar.
6
2 107
Jan.
Jan.

2 103

Nov. 28

1005* Jan.

8 105

Mar. 11

94

3 104
995* Jan.
3 102
9354 Jan.
1023* Nov. 12 1045*
7 10434
96
May

June
Jan.
June
Apr.
6254 Jan.
65
Apr:

883*
823*
913*
61

13

2

18

30
13

95
97

Feb.

3

Sept. 23
913* June 18
755* Feb. 17
783* Jan. 30
Feb.

5

10634 Jan.

7
4

30

1045* Apr.
105
Sept.:

Sept.12
Aug. 27
Apr. 21
Sept. 18

106

June

Hi 54 Aug. 15
June 26
104
Nov.
6
83
1015* Nov. 12

1033* Nov. 30
863* June 17
843* July 10
8534 Junel8
81
Aug. 17
10354 July 16
105
May 26
10334 May
6
803* July 10
805* July 10
<<783* July 24

SO

YORK

NEW

CURB

aggregate sales
In

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

62",665
37,000

20,066
250", 000
117,000
92,000
377,000
48,000
3,000
34,000
33,000
8,000

30,000

1,702,000
4,817,000
124,000
45,000
154,000
301,000
■;*; 166,000
178,000

Nov.
Ask

Bid

(Continued)

Commeri und

237,000
434,000
1,000
i.
413,000
378,000
1,000
671,000
1,000
3,886,000
1,823,000

Jan. 2

1936
BONOS

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Jan, 1

11,000
53,000

EXCHANGE

Bid

2

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Ask

Prlvat

Bank 5 Ha

52%

1937

111

Common* Edison 4 Ha—1957
4 %■ D registered
5a aeries A
5s series B__

54
Sale

54

60

111% Sale

54
111

Nov.

6
55
Nov.
2 111% Nov. 20

34
110

21 113

Nov.

111% Nov. 21

110
110

29 110% July 29
16 113
June
4

Nov. 14

112% Nov. 19

Nov.

1957
1953

.......1954

11* % Sale
112% Sale

6a aerlea B registered.. 1954

4Hs C registered

112" Sale" 112% Sale

1981

112

Nov.

2 113

Nov.20

1956

4s series

105% Sale

3Hs series H
1965
Com'w'lth Subsld SHs A. 1948

107% Sale
106% 107

104" Sale"

103

Community Po* Ac Lt 5s. 1957

63 % Sale

P......

128

1951

4Hs series C

1962

Consol Gas of Bait 5s

1939

4Hii

Sale

Sale

140

106% 107

1956

5s series D

82%

99% Sale

Community Pub Serr 5s A1960
Conn Ltg 8c Pow 7s A.

.

108
112

Sale
Sale

-1954

106% Sale
109% 110
122
123%

107% Sale
107% Sale
103% Sale
81% Sale
100% Sale
128

130

107% Nov.
106% Nov.
103

108% Nov. 23
108

Nov.

Nov.
99% Nov.
Nov.
128

128

122

Nov. 12

106

105% 105% 105% Nov.
106
105% Nov.
Sale
109% Nov.
Sale

Nov. 17

103% Nov. 17
82% Nov. 2
100% Nov. 27

77

Nov. 16

106% Nov. 18
109% Nov. 30

Nov.

125

Nov

19

55

7

Nov.

29

Feb.

.31 113% Jan.
9
110
Sept. 11

110%
110

..1956

4Ha series C

111
111% 111% Sale
111% 111
111% Sale 111
111

26

■nz

110%

113% Mar.

3

2 111% May
2
2 108% Nov. 23
3 108
Nov. 17

111%
105%
103%
102%
63%
98%
124

6 105

2

Feb. .7
9
86% Oct.
Sept.19

27 101
23 128

105%
105%
109%

24 109
23 109

120

30 125

4

Oct.

14

Jan.

6
8

Jan.

112% May 25
Nov. 19

Consol G E L Ac P Bait—

32,000

570,000
8,000

23,000
54,000
764,000
76,000
64,000

"9",000

421,000
662,000
16,764,000
708,000
347,000
221,000
364,000

5,000
39,000
80,000
1,000
46,000
58,000
53,000
117,000
53,000
46,000
18,000
17,000

136,000
305,000
666,000
136,000
994,000
1,864,000
893,000
1,275,000
828,000
727,000
672,000
331,000

1,273,000
1,770,000

3,420,000
16,892,000
181,000
217,000
1,812,000
3,954,000

1st ref

s

f 4s

1st ref

s

f 4s called

104% Sale

105%

1981

104% Nov. 20 106% Nov.

7

..1981

Feb.
5
104% Nov.20 110
106% Aug. 21 106% Aug. 21

Consol Gas Utilities—

8,000
17,000
66,000
365,000

108~666

1st Ac coll 6s

ser

1943
1943

1

Continental G Ac Bl 5s

1958

Crucible Steel 5s.

1940

29 %
88
85 %
102 %

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Cuban Telephone 7%«__I941
Cuban Tobacco 5s.....
1944
Cumberland Co P At L 4Ha *56
Dallas P At L 5s aerlea C
6a aeries A

105% Sale

.1946
Derby Gas Ac Elec 5s
Detroit City Gas 5a B. ..1950
6a aeries A

..1947

Detroit Int Bdge 6H«- ..1952
Ctfa of deposit....

25-yr

...1952
s f deb 7s.
Ctfs of deposit....

Hl937

Dixie Gulf Gas 6%«

2030

Blmira Wat Lt Ac RR 5a..1956
El Paso Elec 5s A
1950

107

108

Sale

105% Sale

108

Sale

108

100

Sale

102% Sale
105% Sale

102% Sale
105% Sale
4% Sale

'""II Sale'
% Sale
102

Sale

31

106%

110

Sale

11% Sale
10% Sale
4% Sale
3% Sale
103

Sale

105%
107%
105%
108%
102%
106
106%

9%
8%
2%
2%

§3

102.

Sale
Sale

1952

985

Sale"

805

Sale

Sale

29

Nov. 16

105

70

Sale
Sale

Nov.

Nov.

105
Sept. 2
106
Apr. 13
102% May 19
107% May 19

Nov.

12

Nov.

11% Nov.
4% Nov.
Nov.
.4
103

Nov. 16

4

7
3

Nov.

58

16

2

5

% Jan.

2

101% Jan.

Nov.

4

2 107% Nov.

2

28% Nov. 24

31

Nov. 17

92% Sale

92% Nov. 30

95

Nov.

2

Oct.

15
8

May
% Jan,

Nov.

5

106% July

Jan.

5

28%
Sale

Feb.

107% Mar.
Oct.

7%
104

Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

Aug.

5

10
10
10
10

8

4

94% Nov. 19

Jan.

2

92% June 10

Mar.
Jan.

9 110
Sept. 8
3 105% Aug. 24
2 104
July 31

Jan.

74

2

Jan.

Jan.

June 22

108

Oct

92
69

40% Jan.
105% Jan.
25

95

6

7

109

6 103% Aug.

8

4

Jan.

105% Apr.

Jan.

5

91% Sale
94% Nov. 19
91
85
Nov.
91
Nov. 30
89% Sale
109
Nov. 14 108% Nov.
111% 107
111% 108
4
104
104% 103% Sale
103% Nov. 30 104% Nov. 20
103
Sale
102
Nov. 10 103% Nov. 25
102% 103
87% Sale
89% Sale
87% Nov. 2 90% Nov. 30

28

May

110

102% Jan.
105% Jan.

Nov.

1967

8,000 Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s_1963
531,000 Federal Sugar Ref 6s
1933
2,599,000 Federal Water Serr 5Ha. 1954

108

4

107

9

91

Jan.

106% Nov. 20

106% Nov.

Sale

Nov. 17

105% Nov. 20
108% Nov. 20
103

95
Aug. 13
Jan. 11
104
3
102% June
4
83% Apr.
107% June 15

104% Nov.

108

Sale

48
Jan. 20
101 % Nov. 24

% Aug.

2

106% Nov. 23

Sale

101

Nov.

105% Nov.
108% Nov.
10254 Nov.

108
Sale

Jan.

88% Jan.

107

110

Sept.

88

85% Jan.

9

106% Nov.
Nov.

28

Nov.

Sale

60
57
Nov.
62%
62%
107% Sale 107% 108% 107% Nov.

1967

Nov. 20

Sale

58

1953

Nov. 17
Nov. 24
Nov.
2

107

3% Nov.
Sale
2% Nov.
102% 102% 102% Nov.
94

Empire Oil 9c Refining 5 Ha* 42
Brcole MarelU Elec Mfg

Empire Dlst Elec 5s

33

95% Nov, 4
98% 101% Sale
89% Nov. 4
93% Sale
91% Sale
102% Sale 102% 103% 102% Nov. 13
98% Sale
98%
99% 97% Nov. 13
76
79
77
79%
104% Nov. 17 104%
104% Sale
104% 105
97

104

Eastern Gas Ac'Fuel 4s A. 1956
Elec Pow Ac Lt 5s

28

106% 108

.1952
..1949

Delaware Elec Pow 5 Ha ..1959
Denver Gas Ac Elec 5s._ .1949

188,000
6 Ha
172,000 Erie Lighting 5a
European Mtge At In?—
89,000
7a Series C

3,000
2.000

3.000

6Hs with warrants

June 25

39% Jan.

28

July 17
1% Apr. 29
75% Jan.
3

31
6

24

22

Nov. 17
Oct. 13

97% Oct.

21

Finland Residential Mtge

5.000
97,000
72,000
3,000
155,000

777,000

181,000
1,055,000
576,000
37,000
2,038.000
8,720,000

6a stamped

104% Bale

101% 102% 101% 101% 101% Nov. 21 101% Nov. 4
103
Sale
103% 103% 102% Nov.
6 103% Nov. 17
103% 103% 103% 104% 103% Nov. 6 104% Nov. 13

100
93

Sale

103% Sale
97% Sale

104% 105
99% Sale

103% Nov.
96% Nov.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

99% Sale
101% Sale
99% Sale
98% Sale

100% Sale
102% Sale

99%
100%
99%
98%

1961

....

Firestone Cotton Mills 5s. 1948
Firestone T At R Cal 5s..1942
First Bohemian Glass 7s. 1957
Florida Pow Corp 5Hs A 1979
Florida Power At Lt 5s...l954

94

Sale

95

94

Sale

94

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

94

2 105% Nov. 24
4 99% Nov. 27

99% Feb. 21 102
102
July 21 105'
102% July
8 106
91
Jan.
3
95]
100

2 105!

Jan.

90% Apr.

9

99]

Aug. 18
Feb.
7
Feb. 11
Jan. 22
Mar. 5
Oct.
6

Gary Elec Ac Gas—

112,000
269,000
22,000
59,000

19~666
3,000

219,000
63,000

4,000
4,000
171,000
730.000
125,000
1,000
512,000
16,000
64,000
10,000
54,000
27,000

2,312,000
5s ext stamped ........1944
5,227,000 Gatlneau Power 5s
1956
958,000

6a
6s series B

1,217,000

1941
1941

88%
92%
84%
83%

1,000
6s series B registered..1941
409,000 Gen Bronze con* deb 6s. 1940
97% Sale
318,000 Gen Pub Serr Co 5s.....1953 100% Sale
2,319.000 Gen Pub Utilities 6Hs A. 1956
79
Sale
367,000 Gen Rayon Ltd 6s A
1948 a30
Sale
261,000 Gen Vending Corp 6s....1937
317,000
Ctfa of deposit....
2,083,000 Gen Wat Wks Ac El 5s A..1943
86% Sale
8,877,000 Georgia Power ref 5s
1967
97% Sale
1,024,000 Georgia Pow At Lt As
1978
81% Sale
132,000 Gesfuerel 6s.
......1953
4,940,000 Glen Alden Coal 4s
..1965
89 " Sale
312,000 Gobel (Adolf) deb4Hs ..1941
1,226,000 Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
91% Sale'
88,000 Great North Pow 5a stpd 1950
211.000 Grocery Store Prod 6s... 1945
274,000 Guantanamo At W Ry 6s_l958

100% 101
"«

Sale

100%
102%
100%
99%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

97%

100% 100% 98% Nov.
102% 102
102% 100% Nov.
93% Sale
95% Sale
91% Nov.
Sale

69

72

70

22% Sale

26

28

25
Sale

26

25

102% Sale

104

93
100

94

86

Sale

29%
93% Sale
86% Sale

831

35
Sale

35 J

83
Sale

83

35%

Sale" ~90~"
84

80

103% Sale" 103
106
107% 106
80
59

Sale

60

Sale

60

88% Jan.

100% Nov. 21

92% Jan.

102% Nov. 20
100% Sept. 5
Sept. 5
96% Sept. 2
102% Mar. 16

83% Jan.
82

96% Sept.
July
May

96

98
79

30

Nov.
Nov.

97
L04

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

9

Nov. 18

87% Nov. 27
35% Nov. 9
91% Nov. 23
84% Nov. 9

89% Nov.
Nov.

L04

102% Nov.
107% 106% Nov.
Sale
79% Nov.

Nov. 13

106% Nov. 10

14

P

June

86

97

May
95% Mar.
79
Apr.

Nov. 23
Nov. 17

Nov.

9

104% Sept. 10
93

May

85
79

6

July

July 21

22% June

29

Oct.

96
71

Jan.

20

103

Jan^

Nov. 23

71

Nov.

100

Jan.

26% Nov. 10
27% Nov. 17

22% Nov.

22

21
20
28
19

100% Nov. 25
L01% Nov. 19
95% Nov. 30

101

70

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Aug.

38%

Feb.

4

Mar. 27

91% Nov. 23

Apr.

103

90
Jan.
05% Sept.

Mar. 12

104% Sept. 23
108

Feb.

6

83

Nov. 17

64

July

83

Nov. 17

Nov. 30

44

Jan.

60

Feb.

Sale

67

Nov.

60

69% Sale

65

Nov. 14

72% Nov.

7

Guardian Investors Corp—

57,000

25,000
1,000
188,000

12" 656
3,000
28,000
24,000
20,000
19,000
49.000

1,000
30,000
13,000

895,000
899,000
227,000
159,000
111,000
2,711,000
47,000
100,000
271,000
385,000
486,000
368,000
238,000
608,000

5s series A

1948

Gulf States Utll 5«_
4Ha series B

56% Sale

Hackensack Water 5a A..1977
5a

105%

Sale"

1938

Hall

Printing 6s A stpd..1947
Hamburg Elec Co 7s
.1935
Hamburg El At Und Ry 5%s'38
Hood Rubber 7a

1936

6a

27%

4Ha series D...
...1978
4Ha series E
1981
Hydraulic Power of Niagara
A ..1949

78

80

78

80

310,000 Idaho Power Co 5s
3,846,000 Illinois Central RR 6s

99,000
107,000
211,000
435,000
38,000
8,000
77.000
5,000
29,000
5,000
27,000

1,555,000
2,020,000
3,275,000
5,468.000
971,000
256,000
1,764,000
53,000
677,000
188,000
214.000

125,000
67,000
80,000
132,000

2.154,000 Indiana Service 5s
...1950
1st Hen At ref 5s
1,378,000
1963
1,115,000 Indianapolis Gaa 5a A...1952
2,270,000 Knd'polls P At L 5a ser A..1957

416,000
38,000

2,406,000

204,000 Illinois Nor Utll 5a

1947
1937
1957

Illinois Pow At L 5H«
5Hs series "B"

1957
1954

6a aerlea A..

.....1953
5a aeries C............1956

Indiana Elec Corp 6t A..1947

82% Sale
106% Sale
86

99%
102%
95%
96

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

...».1953
....

1951

"86% Sale'

Indiana Gen Service 5s__1948

Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A.1958
Indiana At Mich El 5s....1957
1st At ref 5s

2

107% 109
99% Sale
107% 108
96

105%
105%
102%
101%
102%
95%
107%
94%

WW
107

1955

655
635

Sale

95

Sale

105

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

104

105% Nov. 4
110% Nov. 21
98% Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.

29%
100%

95
27

27%

"99""

28

1949

ser

18.000
273,000
19,000

5a seriea C

105% Nov.
111% 110% Nov.

103

76% Sale
76% 78
107

109

100

Sale

28

99% Nov.
100% Nov.

105% 105
104% 104%
103
102%
Sale
104%

1950

6a seriea B

6Ha aeries B__

29%

106

Sale

102% 103% 101%
105
105% Sale
104% 105% 104%
103
103% 102%
104% Sale 104%

Houston Lt At Pr 5s A...1953

339,0P0

Sale

Sale

104% Sale

1943

5s

104% 105% 105
111% 110

110

88

Houst Gulf Gas 6H8 w w.1943

78,000
Falls 1st Ac ref
1.584,000 Hygrade Fopd 6s

72% Sale

1956
...1961

Nov. 24

100% Nov.

102% Nov.

5
9

103

Nov.

5

% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

106% Nov.
104% Nov.

Nov.

2

2

81% Sale
81 % Sale
81% Sale
106
Sale

35.000

10,000

385,000

34,000
205,000
393,000
139,000

7a series F

see




page

53.

12% Sale
72% Sale
75
75

1952

346,000 International Salt 5s
1951
3,315,000 (nternat Securities 5s._.1947
7,163,000 Interstate Power 5a
1957
Debenture 6a
2,895,000
1952

For footnotes

4% Sale

107

Jan.

15

110

July

23

72
25

May
21% June
99% Nov.

97%
103%
104%
102%
104

Sale

79
Nov. 16
81%
78% Nov. 14 81%
85% 81% Nov. 2 85%
Nov. 25 106%
105% Sale 105
84

107%
99%
81%
69%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

108

70

Sale

100% Sale
76

68

73

76%

Sale

72% Sale

70
77
74

107% 109
102% Sale
74% Sale
68

Sale

32
104
103 *
107
108

Jan.
May
Mar.
Nov.
Mar.

WW
107

Nov. 30

Jan.

25

Jan.

29

Jan.
Oct.

2
23

July

6

Mar. 10

Feb. 29

Aug. 10

107

79% Sale

78

98
43

Jan.

107% Nov. 10
99% Nov. 2

Nov. 18
106% 106
97
Sale
95% Nov. 2
105% 105% 105
Nov. 24
105% Sale 105% Nov. 4
103% Sale 102% Nov. 9
101% 102
101
Nov.
2
104% Sale 103
Nov. 10
93
93% Sale
Nov. 24
95%
106% 108
106% Nov. 23 108
Nov.
4
96
95% Sale

13% Sale

Mar. 14

Oct.

108% Jan.

105

Nov. 27
Nov. 25
Nov. 4
Nov.
Nov.

9

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

12

5

19
10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
2
5
2

11
68

Nov. 13

Nov. 23

Nov. 19

Nov. 2
Nov. 10
Nov. 7

73% Nov. 20
72
108

Nov. 23

Nov.

2 109

2 103
72% Nov. 27 771

100% Nov.
66

Nov. 27

72)

Nov. 24
Nov. 23
Nov. 10
Nov.
2

109% Sept. 11

Mar.

101

Jan.

86
99

Jan.

Nov. 25

109

82% Jan.
106

Feb.

99% Oct.

Jan.
101% Jan.
95
Jan.
96
Jan.
Jan.
100
86% Jan.

106% Nov.

106% Nov.

108
101

91

18
5
5

106% Nov. 12
103% Oct. 17
104
Sept. 16
105
97

Jan.

Sept. 30
Sept. 22
Apr. 30
Feb.

6

111

Feb. 24

108

109% May
104% May

Oct.

15

65

Jan.

3

84% Oct.

20

63

Jan.

2

84

5

96% Jan.

20
24

4 106% Oct.

19

69

Sept.
104% Jan.

Intercontinenta Power CoDeb 6s seriea A
1948
511,000 Int Pow Sec 6Ha aerlea C.1955
7a series R........... 1957
383,000

103

Jan.
3
110% Nov. 17 114
Feb. 25
56% Jan.
3 82
58
Jan.
6 81% Feb. 25

WW

80

7
76% Oct.
106% Feb. 18

.

110% Nov. 19 110% Nov. 19
76% Nov. 30 79% Nov. 12
74% Nov. 25 79% Nov. 5

30
Nov.
2
108
Nov.
9
Sale
Nov. 23
109% 111 - 109% Nov. 12 109% Nov. 12
107% 105% 107% 105% Nov. 12 106
Nov. 18
Sale

56% Jan
103% (Oct.
102% Aug.

4% Jan.
50
54

Jan.
Feb.

2

17

13
10

Feb. 14

83

53% Feb. 21
107

Oct.

July 28
85% July 17
85% July 17

Jan.
109%
103
98% Aug.
88
69% Aug. 31
59
Aug. 31 79%

Feb. 24
Feb. 27
Feb. 17

Jan.

29

>*

PRICES IN

SALES

AGGREGATE

new york
Since

Jan. 2
1936

Jan. 1

nnn

-

77,000
124,000

1,797,000
2,298,000

8«rrlc«

lntent«t« Public
gi lerlei d

79,000

53,000
5. series a with warr__1947
147,000
Without warrants
1,052,000 Iowa-Nebraska lap 5s—1957
298,000
5s Series b
1951
292,000 Iowa Pow & Lt 4Hs a... 1958
1,103,000 Iowa Pub Senr 5s—------1957
566,000 IsarcoHydro-El 7s...
1952
86,000 Isotta Fraschlnl 7s
1942
2,191,000 Italian Superpower 6s...l953

87,000
24,000
32,000
142,000

866,000 JacksonvllleGas 5s stmpdl942
105,000 Jamaica Wat Sup »tt« a. 1955
744,000 Jersey Cent p a l 5s b—1947
2,186,000
4tt« series c._
1961

1,000
70,000
4,000
14,000
71,000
37,000
3,000

133", 666
185,000
1,000
22,000
49,000

1,042,000

16", 606

2,318,000

103,000
37.000
120,000
228,000

Sale

54 tt
107

Sale

115tt Sale
101 tt Sale
93 tt Sale
93 tt Sale
104 tt Sale
98 tt Sale

Munson

Utll 5tts'44
Steamship Line

6tt® ctfs of

deposit

25,000
125,000
79,000
7,000
66,000
42,000
134.000
60,000
36,000
41,000
78,000

.

Sale

98tt Sale
Sale

105
90

Sale

92 tt

Sale

104 tt
106tt
105tt
104tt
86

Sale
Sale

Sale

98
18 tt

Sale
Sale

86 tt Sale

73tt

Sale"

72tt

Sale"

85 tt

Sale
Sale

88 tt

74 tt Sale
69

Sale

HOtt

105tt
102 tt Sale
108tt Sale

27tt

25tt Nov. 25

Sale

98

107 tt 107
99
99

93

Sale

106 tt 107

102

Sale

90

98 tt

Sale

96 tt Nov.

97

Sale

100 tt

79tt
Sale

lltt

105tt
104tt
93 tt
60 tt
123 tt
108 tt
108 tt
100 tt
118tt
77 tt
77 tt
77 tt
94 tt

'

93 tt Nov.
96 tt Nov.

93 tt
92

Sale

86

l03

78

104 tt
Sale
109 tt 109 tt

Sale"

106 tt 105tt
105 tt
107
Sale

.1941

53,000
116,000
31,000
6,000
16,000
11,000
21,000
417,000
612,000

Far footnotes see page




53.

76

Nov.

103 tt Nov.

Sale
Sale
105
105
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

ll3tt Sale"
86 tt

Sale
6tt Sale

05tt Nov. 27
79tt Nov. 21
Nov. 24
4 105
111

109 tt Nov. 30
106 tt Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

102 tt Nov.

97 tt Nov.
99 tt Nov.

Sale

Sale

99

Sale

92 tt Nov.

106

Sale

120 tt. Sale

120

99
Sale
116tt 118
89 tt Sale

Sale

118
Sale

98 tt

103tt
Sale
106 tt

Sale

Sale

105tt 106 tt

Sale

106

Sale

104 tt 105
Sale
107 tt 107 tt 107
106 tt Sale
105 tt Sale

105tt 106tt

112tt llltt 112
Sale
99 tt Sale
29

Sale

Nov. 30 107 tt Nov. 23
Nov. 2 120tt Nov. 28
101
116

Nov.

115tt Nov.

87
103 tt 103 tt
Sale
103 tt
106tt 106

4

tt Nov. 23

101 tt Nov.
9
93 tt Nov. 17
103
Nov. 6

101 tt Nov.

Sale

Nov. 19

106tt Nov.
106 tt Nov.
4
105
Nov. 27

106 tt Nov. 16
104 tt Nov. 2

103

Sale

6

4
4

Nov.

Sale

105 tt

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

106
102

Nov. 27

Nov.

106

104 tt

Nov. 21

Nov.

106

Sale

157""

101 tt

Nov.

108

103

Sale

Nov. 20

105tt Nov.

120

99

103

107 tt Nov.

106

~97tt Sale'

102tt
105tt
llltt

94 tt Nov.
64 tt Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov. 21

90 tt Nov.
103 tt Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

14

105 tt Nov. 24
106 tt Nov. 14

Nov.

102

100 tt Nov.

Nov.

"

84 tt

Nov. 30

Feb.

26

105

July
Apr.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
Aug.
Aug.
May

HOtt Mar. 9
107 tt Oct. 15
104
July 16
2
108 tt Jan.

112tt Nov. 6
6
105 tt Feb.
108 tt Jan. 28
Jan. 13
109

Feb. 29

90tt Jan.

3

30
106tt Mar-28
102tt Jan.
6
102tt Jan.
2
98
Jan.
2
53

Nov. 30

May

97
105
105

6

86 tt Nov. 18
Nov. 21

&
92

Jan.

69

Nov.

Nov.

103

Bale

Sale

74tt Jan.

112

Nov.

100
Sale

.1946

155

106 tt Nov. 12
5
103 tt Nov.
Nov.
9
106

Sale

102 tt
98 tt

.....

........

Nov. 13

Sale

"

l05'" Sale

80

104tt 105

Sale

~85tt Sale"

110

2 104 tt Nov. 25

105 tt 105 tt
106 tt 104 tt

Sale

93 tt Nov. 30
Nov. 30
104 tt Nov. 12
92

Nov.

103tt 104tt 103 tt Nov.
105
105 tt 102 '... Nov.

Sale

.1951

"

17

99 tt Mar. 17

Nov. 27

lOStt

98 tt

79 tt Feb.

102tt Mar. 17

105 tt
86

16

120tt Nov. 21
79 tt Feb. 18
79 tt Feb. 171

Nov. 20

106 tt 104 tt Nov.
Sale
102 tt Nov.

108 tt HOtt

.1961

4
3

5 100

Nov. 13

Sale
Sale

5

Oct.

102

5

108 tt 107 tt Nov.
105 tt 104tt Nov.

105 tt

Without warrants.......
868,000
Stts series b—....—1959
2,039,000
273,000 Penn Power Co 5s.......1956
211,000 Penn Pub Serv 6s c—1947
5s series d
...—.1954
192,000
81,000 Penn Water a Pow 4tts..l968
5s
1940
416,000
5,148,000 Peoples Gas Lt a Coke 4s b'81
1979
10,299,000 Peoples Lt a Pow 5s

103

87

Sale

103 tt, Sale

Feb.

Aug.
July

May
5
109tt Nov. 17

105tt 107tt

108 tt

103tt 104
76 tt
77

Without warrants....
566,000
1942
67,000 Pacific Ltg a Pow 5s
6,244,000 Pacific Power a Light 5s. 1955
1938
143,000 Palmer Corp of Ls 6s
2,885,000 Penn Cent Lt a Pow 4tts 1977
5s...
........
1979
117,000
2,286,000 Penn Electric 4s series f.1971
Penn-Ohio Edison 6s
1950

Sale

69

Sale

Nov. 20

16

6

Nov. 25

Nov.
L06tt 106 tt 106
l12 tt 114
112tt Nov.
Nov.
102tt 104tt 103

Sale

Sale

13

97

104tt 104tt Nov.
Nov.
L08tt 109 tt 110
106 tt Sale
105tt Nov.

Sale

54,000
7,000
357,000
2,000
228,000
9.000
119,000

5tt July

Jan.

3 82; 4 Oct.
5
2 101; 4 May 12

78tt Nov. 17

104

Sale

104

138,000 Pacific Coast Power 5s.-.1940
1941
911,000 Pacific Gas a el 6s b
Pacific Investing 5s a
1948

78 tt Nov.

90tt Nov.

Sale

Sale

103

13'l08i x

57tt Jan.
93 tt Jan.

101 tt Nov. 4
120 tt Nov. 21
6
79 tt Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Sale
99 tt Sale

95

Sale

15 107 i 4 Sept. 11
22 109; 4 June 19

June

June 29

87 tt

103 tt
101

15,000
73,000

-

Jan.

106

112

104tt Sale

90

105

2

Sept. 15
Oct. 21
Oct.
2
Sept. 10

125

77

105

107 tt Sept.

Jan.
2 103 tt
Mar. 21 106tt
May
5 95 tt
Mar. 4 100

106tt Oct.

28

Jan. 29
Sept. 30

103
96

98tt
102tt
83 tt
89tt

105 tt

107

108tt Oct.

Jan.

102 tt May

Nov. 20

105tt
104tt Nov.
94 tt Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

77

Sale

.1948

78

6
6

106

Nov. 17

Sale

Sale

.1940

Nov. 9
Nov. 16

Nov. 16

Sale

Sale

.1950

Feb.
103tt Feb.
91 tt Jan.
101

Nov. 27

4
,

Nov. 25

96 tt

103 tt

Oct.
6
Nov. 27

109

78 tt

107 tt
113

106

Mar. 28

Nov.

110

78

109
HOtt
106 tt Sale
103
103 tt

62
103

108 j

Sale

108

Sale

Sale

Aug.

124

07

93 tt
Sale

Sale

Sale

27

S8 Jan.
4tt June

98tt Nov. 27

91 tt Nov.
59°
Nov.

Sale

Sale

19

Oct.

June

24

123 tt Nov.
107
Nov.

l09

Sale

Feb. 14

89

75tt Jan.

108tt Nov.
97 tt Sale
97 tt Nov.
[20
121 tt 118 tt Nov.
79
Sale
77 tt Nov.

l24

Sale

May 15

Nov. 30

109 tt
109

119tt

2

Oct. 14
Mar. 21

66

92 tt
66

124

90 tt
86 tt

102tt Feb. 27 104 tt
105
apr.
107 tt
106 tt
103tt Jan.
107 tt
105tt Oct.

2 107 tt Nov.
5 107 tt Nov.

16

Sept. 24
Aug. 17

Nov. 30

101

Sale

Nov.

Mar. 18

34
105
106

66

105

104

98

Nov.

Jan.

Nov. 14

4

106 tt June 24
8
112tt June

Feb.
June

6

Sale

.02

5s series d—......... .1954

5s..
1,525,000
6s series a..—......
642,000
a....
361,000 Okla Nat Gas
Conv deb 5s..........
366,000
1,129,000 Okla Pow a Water 5s a.
398,000 Oswego Falls Go 6s.....

May
May

25tt Nov. 25

5

24
22

106
107
97

66

~98tt Sale"

Nov.

10 tt Nov.

Sale

.05 tt

Sale

86

.1960

Feb.
Jan.

13 tt

Sale

105tt 107

107"" Sale"

Feb.

77tt
78
98 tt Sale

Sale

108"" Sale

Sale

Apr.
Apr.

7
7
Nov. 2
2 107
Nov. 19
75tt Nov. 16 80
98 tt Nov. 30 100 tt Nov. 7

103 tt
106 tt
105tt

5 tts series e
Oklahoma Gas a el

106

Jan.

122tt Nov. 28
103 tt Oct. 29
99 tt Sept. 11
100 tt Sept. 11
108 tt July 15
103
Aug.
3
104 tt Apr. 30
5
104 tt June
102 tt May 15

Feb.

Nov. 19 102 tt Nov. 5
Nov.
5 106tt Nov. 17
93 tt Nov.
Nov. 27
2

Sale
Sale

103

.1957

106tt Nov.

106tt Sale

Jan.

11

Mar. 10
16 106
2 106tt Mar. 5

4

Nov.

Feb.

June 22

Jan.

107

Nov.
Nov.

102 tt 102 tt 102 tt
106
106 tt 106tt
91
93 tt Sale

102 tt
98 tt

.1945

92

Nov.

90

71

103tt Apr.
103tt Jan.

103
106
107 tt
99 tt
95

102 tt Nov.
103 tt Nov.

-

June 22

75

May

61
47 tt May 23
105 tt Aug. 10 108

55
102 tt
105 tt

.1969

.1940

Jan.

65

39tt Jan.

Nov. 19

89

4

85tt Nov.

107

.1966

.1970

14

106 tt Feb. 14
106 tt Nov. 21

Jan.

5 104 tt Nov. 12
6 106tt Nov. 12
Nov. 9
9 106

89

Sale

102

.1948

.1952

Jan.

Sale

25tt

27tt
55

112

91

106

Nov. 30
101
104 tt Nov. 27
2
102 tt Nov.

88 tt

Sale

104tt 104tt
Sale

Nov.

107

104 X4.
103tt Nov.
tt
102 tt 102 tt 102 tt n.ov.

104tt Nov.
104 tt 104 tt 105
Sale
105tt 106tt 105tt Nov.
105tt Nov.
105tt 105 tt Sale
~ "
105tt

10tt

.1953
.1956

Nov.

106 tt Nov.
100
Nov.

Sale

1,383,000 Ogden Ges Co 5s....... .1945
.1960
1,356,000 Ohio Edison Co 5s......
420,000 Ohio Power 5s series b. . .1952
.1956
4 tt* series d
852,000
130,000 Ohio Public Serv 6s c... .1953
621,000
506,000

96

107

Sale

79tt

Sale

87 tt

22

104 tt May
104tt Apr.

122 tt Nov. 28
103 tt Nov. 4
97 tt Nov. 12
98 tt Nov. 18

106 tt Sale
106tt 107tt 106 tt Nov.
106 tt 107 tt 107 tt 108 tt 107 tt Nov.
106
107
Sale
106tt 106
Nov.

93 tt

106 tt July

HOtt Nov. 2 llltt Nov.
Nov. 19
24
32
27
Nov. 19 27
25
32
103 tt 104 tt 102
Nov. 23 104tt Nov. 14
103 tt Sale
106
Nov. 20
104 tt Sale
104tt Nov. 19
104 tt 105tt

Sale

1937

296,000 Nassau a Suffolk Ltg 5s. 1945
3026
1,664,000 Nat Pow a Lt 6s'*a"
Deb 5s series b_.—...2030
3,332,000
14,746,000 Nat Pub Serv 5s c o d...1978
2022
212,000 Nebraska Power 6s
564,000
4tt>
407,000 Neisner Bros Realty 6s.. 1948
5,622,000 Nevada Calif Elec 5s—...1956
307.000 New Amsterdam Gas 5s.. 1948
4,619,000 New Eng g a Elec Assn 5.1947
5s
1948
1,790,000
Conv deb 5s
1950
5,768,000
7,070,000 New Engl Pow Assn 5s...1948
DebStts
1954
5,423,000
New Orleans Pub Serv—
5s stamped.....——1942
1.937,000
6s series a
1949
916,000
1950
306,000 n y Cent Elec 5tt«
163,000 n y Pa & o rr 4tt« stpd.1950
2,599,000 n y p a l Corp 1st 4tt«..19*7
1980
2,707,000 n y State e a g 4tts
125,000
5h>
1962
36,000 n y a Westchester Ltg 5s '54
4s
2004
346,000
382,000 Niagara Falls Power 6s..1950
5s series a
1959
225,000

218,000 Nippon Elec Pow *h«—
2,052,000 Nor Amer lap 5tts a..
718,000 Nor Cont Utll 5 hi a
175,000 Nor Indiana gab 6s—
1,097,000 Nor Ind Pub Serv
5s series d
1,244,000
2,452,000
4tt« b
Nor States Power
572,000
5tt% notes.
588,000 Northwest Elec 6s stpd.
495,000 Northwest Pow 6s a....
1,659,000 Nor'west Pub Serv 5s a.

98
101

Sale

1978
.......1955

Nov.

53 tt Nov.

Sale

Montana Dakota

664,000

70

102 tt Apr. 29
Feb. 14
101

Apr.

103 tt 104 tt 103 tt Nov. 19 104tt Nov.

92"" Sale

6s without war rants-.1944
836,000
1951
374,000 Miss River Power 5s
1955
252,000 Missouri pal 5tt> a
2,386,000 Missouri Pub Ser* 5s a..1947

851,000

61 tt Nov.

106

Sale*

4tt«

1st a ref 5s

66

78 tt
Sale

26

28

93

Mar.

99

Oct.

87 tt Jan.

30
28

104 tt Nov.

106tt Nov. 20
105
Nov.
5
106
Nov. 18
106 tt Nov. 21
65tt Nov. 20
70 tt Nov. 21
56tt Nov. 21

Sale
HOtt Sale

25tt

104tt

4

54 tt Nov.
53
Sale
52 tt Nov. 20
Nov. 20 107 tt Nov.
105 tt 106 tt 106
104 tt 105 tt 104
Nov. 4 105 tt Nov. 28
106 tt Sale
105tt Nov. 4 106 tt Nov. 27

104

Sale

102

4

120tt 122 tt 119tt Nov.
102 tt Nov.
102 tt Sale
96 tt Sale
95tt Nov.

Sale

75 tt

5 ho
1951
Mansfield Mining a Smelt—

Nov.

119tt 122
103 tt 105
96 tt Sale
96 tt Sale
107 tt
107
100 tt 101
103 tt 103 tt
102 tt Sale

l04tt Sale

Manitoba Power

Minn Pow a Lt

Sale
Sale

Sale
106 tt Sale

de^5h«

104

6

100

105 tt Nov.
105 tt Nov.

Sale

70 tt
55

104 tt

103

Nov. 27

Sale

63

66x4
55 tt

Sale

81 tt Apr.
78
Apr.

92 tt Nov.
87
Nov.

Nov. 28

85

100

105 tt
106 tt

105 tt

5s

768,000

376,000

112,000
106,000
13,000
38,000
10,000
58,000
19,000
175,000
86,000
198,000
191,000
63,000
17,000

53 tt

91

85

100 tt
100 tt

60

107

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

4l" Sale'

2,300,000 Mississippi Pow 5s...... 1955
3,623,000 Miss Power a Light 5s...1957
Mississippi River Fuel—

15,000
38,000
39,000
55,000
13,000

177,000
50,000
5,000
7,000
228,000
146,000
13,000
2,000
4,000

101tt Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

91tt

90 tt
84 tt

Sale
Sale

106

7s Ex-warrants...
1941
14,000
—1941
11,000 McCallum Hosiery
1943
729,000 McCord Had & Mfg 6s
891,000 Memphis p a l 5 s ser a..1948
617,000 Met Edison 4s series e...1971
546,000 Middle Sts Petrol 6 h» a. 1945
1943
1,448,000 Midland Valley rr 5s
1967
1,325,000 Milwaukee g l 4tt«

47,000
20,000
13,000
158,000
135.000

9,000
19,000
478,000
47,000
345,000
209,000
530,000
346,000
242,000

l05tt Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

100
Nov.
104 tt Nov.
104 tt Sale
105 tt
Nov.
105 tt 103
105
104tt 105
100

241,000 Lone Star Gas Corp 5s...1942
491,000 Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
2,189,000 Louisiana Pow a Lt 5s—1957
112,000Louisville (Ky) g ae 4i2s.l961

1.000

1,342,000
13,000

86 tt

called......—.....1947
Sale
195° 106
2,944,000 Lehigh Pow Secur 6s
2026 109 tt Sale
16,000 Leonard Tlets Inc 7x«~1946
550,000 Lexington Utll 5s—
1952
894,000 Llbby McNeill a LIbby 5s 1942 103tt Sale
11,000
678,000

50,000

81,000
163,000

92 tt

Sale

100

2,536,000 Kentucky Utilities 5s..._1969
2,321,000
1961
422,000
6h* series d
1948
493,000
5ha series f
1955
328,000 Klmberly Clark 5s a
1943
893,000 Koppers Gas a c deb 5s. 1947

41,000
21,000
127,000

22,000

Sale

80 tt

221,000 Kansas Gas a Blec 6s
2022
54rk)00 Kansas Power 5s a......1947

14,000
37,000
288,000
152,000
18,000
43,000
12,000
30,000

85

1956

4h« eerie. f
1958
Investment Co of Amer—

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

Ask

Bid

bonds {Continued)

f

RANGE SINCE JAN. I

NOVEMBER

Price

»

exchange

curb

In

November

51

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

dec., 1936]

Apr.

17

90
97
72
108

Feb.

106

June

106tt

Sept.

5
2

104tt Nov.

6

Mar.
Oct.
Jan.

102tt Aug. 10 104tt Oct.

5
6
6

8

Oct. 10
100tt Mar. 20 106
51
Jan.
4 79 tt Nov. 21
105
Nov. 24
98tt Jan.
2
111

Nov. 19

107

Jan.

107
112

Mar. 18

107

103 tt Jan.
105 tt Mar.

May 14
7
14

99

Feb.

28

107 tt Jan.
Feb.
107
Feb.

105
99

tt

Apr.

93 tt Jan.

17

Nov. 23

102 tt Oct.
94 tt Jan.
Oct.
103

Oct.

86

8

Mar. 12

Apr.
103 tt Apr.
108 tt July
104 tt July
105tt Nov.
103 tt June
101 tt Nov.
97 tt Nov.
104

3
23
31

Aug. 19
105 tt Apr. 22 108
119tt Jan.
4 121 tt Mar. 26
98
114
80

Apr. 24 102tt Mar. 10
7 116tt May
Jan.
5
94 tt Feb. 14
Mar. 13

101 tt Oct.
100
Jan.

17 104

May 19

2 105tt Sept. 10.
104tt Apr. 27 107tt Apr. /
2 102
97 tt Jan.
Aug. 24

2
6 106 tt June
Nov. 27

Nov.

Nov. 27

101

Nov.

Nov. 27

Nov. 28

Nov.

Nov. 24

Nov.

Nov. 14

Nov. 18

Nov. 19

Nov.

Nov. 12

Nov.

98 tt Mar. 12 106 tt
104 tt Nov. 28 108 tt
106 tt Feb. 20 108tt
Jan. 10 107
8 108 tt
Oct.
Sept. 2 U4«

Nov.

2

Nov. 28

Jan.

3 100

Nov.

6

Nov. 30

Jan.

2

tt Mar.

July 20

July 23
Aug. 13
June 26

Jan.
6
Mar. 20
29 tt Nov. 30

52

NEW

AGGREGATE

November
$

48,000
132,000

CURB

SALES

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

YORK

Jan. 1

Nov

1936

s

BONDS (Ctntinued)—
Phlla Electric Co 5i
1966

649,000
1,478,000 Pblla

17",665

Blec Power 5 Ha
1972
5Ha registered.—....1972
364,000 Phlla Rapid Transit 6a..1962

17,000

337,000

176,000
95,000
1,000
39,000
12,000
82,000
91,000
24.000
18,000
19,000

1,252,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan, 2

Bid

Ask

112*4 Sale
111*4 Sale

Bid

.

2

111*
110

Sale
Sale

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Ask

1115$ Nov. 24 112*$ Nov. 12
111*$ Sale
1115s 11154 1105$ Nov. 2 11154 Nov. 28

1,000

97 54 Sale

98*$ Sale

Nov.

97

4

9854 Nov. 23

Highest;,

Sale Prices
1115$ June 17 113*4 Mar. 12

10854 Aug. 28 112*$ July 13
108
Sept. 4 108
Sept.R4
865$ Jan.

6

9854 Sept. 15

Phlla Suburb Cos O & E

90,000
57,000

4,000

835,000
192,000
1,041,000
155,000
406,000
795,000
483,000
304,000
591,000
703,000
784,000
77,000

1st & refunding 4 Ha.-1957
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co

6H« series A

.1960

...

Piedmont Ac Northern 6a. 1954

Pittsburgh Coal 6a......1949
Pittsburgh Steel 6a
1948

107*$ Sale
45 *4

103

Sale
Sale

~96*$ Sale

Pomeranla Elec Co it....1952
Poor & Co 6s....

107*$ 108*$ 1075$ 10854 1075$ Nov.
Sale
62
5754 Nov.
57
59
105 54 106*$ 105*$ Sale
1055$ Nov.
106 *4 106*$ 10554 10654 1065$ Nov.
Sale
10454 Nov.
105
10454 105
23 *4
23*4 Nov.
25*$ 23*4

1035$ 104

...1939

E. 1966

1961

aer

Sale

80
107

4H« series F

805$

Sale

66*$ Nov. 19

103*$ 103*$ 103*4 Nov.
775$ Nov.
77% Sale
108*4 109*$ 10654 Nov.

Power Securities Corp 6a. 1949
Prussian Elec 6a
...1954

Sale

08

Sale

154 Jan.

7

3

80*1

Nov.
107*$ Nov.
Nov.
108
85*$ Nov.
1015$ Nov. 25
Nov. 4
101

Nov.
107*$ 1065$ 107
MS* Nov.
82
81
86*$ 78
Sale
100
100*$ 10154 995$ Nov.
100
100
101
100*$ 100*$ Nov.
255$ Nov.
25*$ 26
25*$ 26

75

5

Nov.

1035$ Nov.

84*$

Potrero Sugar 7s stamped 1947
Power Corp of Can 4H* B 1959

5 1055$ Mar. 20 108*4 Jan. 14

10654. Nov. 12
105*4 Nov. 10
235$ Nov. l

106

107

Portland Gas Ac Coke 6a. 1940

Potomac Ediaon 6a

6 1075$ Nov.

255$ Nov;, 24

Jan.

WW

May
65$ Jan.
05$ May
3*4 Nov.
5

108

Mar. 11
Mar. 18

105*4 Nov. 10
27 *4 Mar. 2
106
Jan. 14-'
83*4 Jan.
8

June

554 Mar.
654 Jan.
6*4
054
754
2*4

June 23

1075$ Aug. 31
108 H Mar. 14
91*$ Mar. 26

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
June

1015$ Nov. 25
101
July 25
32
Feb. 25

Pub Service Co of N J—

105,000
9,000

49,000
31,000
57,000
123,000
142,000
52,000

454,000
121.000
152,000

694,000
132 54 Sale
6% perpetual certificates
139,000 Pub Serr of Nor Ills 5s C.1966
724,000
5a...
...1956
391,000
4H* series D..........1978
488,000
4Ha series E...
1980 102 *4 Sale
1,691,000
4Ha series F-.
1981 102 *4 Sale
1,017,000
4Hs series I...........I960
274,000 Pub Serv of Okla 4s.... ..1966
7,135,000 Puget Sound P & L 5H«-1949
87*$ Sale
2,301.000
5s series C............1950
4,213.000
4Ha series D..........1950 '7854 Sale"

33.000
27,000

v

268,000 Quebec Power 5s
1968
486,000 Queens Boro G Ac B 5Hs_1952

12,000
19,000
19,000
1,000

230,000 Reliance Management 5s. 1954
465,000 Rochester Cent Pow 6s A 1953
172,000 Ruhr Gas Co 6H*
1953
15,000 Ruhr Housing 6Hs A....1958

133,000
60.000
36,000
1,000
-1,000

2,170,000

St Louis Gas Ac Coke 6s..1947

528,000 8afe Harbor Water Pr 4Hs '79
1,375,000 San Ant Pub Serr 5s B...1958
64,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
106,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s.
1955

13854 Nov. 5
105*$ 1035$ Nov. 27
111*$ 111*4 Nov. 20
107
103* Nov. 2
Nov.
104
1045$ 103
Nov.
104*$ 103
1045

Nov. 20
Nov. 13
Nov.
2
Nov. 28
Nov. 27
Nov.
9
Nov. 27
Nov. 12
Nov. 30
Nov. 17
Nov. 10

13254 Jan.
1035$ Nov.
1085$ Jan.
101*1 Jan.

Nov. 14

103

5

103

100
101
100*4 Nov. 4 104*$ Nov. 28
100*4 101
84*$ 855$ 86
87*$ 855$ Nov. 2 88*4 Nov. 6
275$ Nov, 13 275$ Nov. 4
27*$ 28
27*$ 28
26
255$ Nov. 6 255$ Nov. 6
255$ 26

74
25

140
107

Sale

141

107*$ 104*4

1115$
103*$
103*4
103*$
105

Sale

111

Sale

105*$

urn

Sale

84*4 Sale

"74"" Sale

104*$

105

Sale

106

14*$ Sale

18
107

Sale
Sale

107

102"" Sale"

105

Sale

Nov.

106
93

905$ Nov.
865$ Nov.

885
85]

82*4 Nov.

Nov.

175$ Nov. 17 19
106*$ Nov. 2 1075$
105
Nov. 2 106*4
13154 Nov. 17 13154
109*$ Nov. 13 109*$

10554 106
13154

165"" Sale

105

104*4 Nov. 30 105]
106
Nov. 2 106]

104*4 Sale

106

Nov.

105

9354 Sale"
87*4 Sale
84*$ Sale

104*$ 105

103"" Sale'

M

Sale
10354
10354 10354
Sale
105*$ Sale

105*4 Sale
915$ Sale
87

Sale

18*$ Sale
Sale

109

Nov. 16
Nov. 4
Nov. 17
Nov. 17
Nov. 13

Nov. 28

Nov. 18

102
102

1455$
107*$
1125$
105*$
1055$

Oct.'

7

Sept. 1
Aug. 7
Sept. 2
104*$ July 22
106
July 11
106*$ Sept. 21

Jan.
Jan.

103*4 Apr.
105
Oct.
86*$ Jan.

96 H Feb
17
93 H Jan. 24
89*$ Feb. 17

83>| Jan.
7854 Jan.
Apr.
Jan.

May 23

11 106 H Mar. 4
2 1065$ Sept. 10

9854 May 23 1045$ Nov. 28
Jan.'
2
95
Feb. 26

May 18
22*4 June 24

33
27

Feb.
Feb.

12
July
105*4 Aug.
10154 Jan.

9
19*$ Jan.
1 108*$ June
7 1065$ Sept.
124
Jan. 18 132
Sept.
1075$ Sept. 14 110
Jan,

5
7

8
19

26
21
16

Saxon Public Works—

19,000
36.000
129,000
42,000
4,000
45,000
19,000
123,000
11,000
41,000
18,000

37~666
321,000
182,000
81,000
108,000
16,000
49,000

124,000
234,000
1,101,000
483,000
178,000
669,000
113,000
1,540,000
340.000
569,000
274,000
1,000
951,000
5,490,000
4,142,000
1,553,000
880,000
492,000
488,000

1937
W..1935

6s

Schulte Real Est 6s

w

6s without warrants...1935

Scrlpps (B W) Co 5 Ha—1943
Seattle Ltg Co 5s..
1949
Second Internat Sec 5s.. 1948
Servel Inc 5s
..1948
—

Shawlnlgan W AcP4Hs.-1967
4Hs series B_
196S
4Hs series D—
1970

1947

Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s
6s

29
10
18 &

Sale

Sale

102 *$ Sale

107*$ Sale
10051 Sale
101

Sale

100*1 Sale

27*$
28*$
103

29

29*4
Sale

28

26

29

7 29
Nov. 12
27 » Sale
27*4 Nov.
2754 28*$ 27*$ Nov. 28 29*4 Nov. 10
102*$ Nov. 9 10354 Nov. 19
102*$ 103

67
74
70*4 73
100*4 Sale 102*4 Sale
10554 107*$ 1075$
1035$ Sale 104*$ Sale"
Sale
103
10354 104
103*4 10354 10354 104*$

69

Sale

70

70

Nov. 10

100*4
1075$
103*4
1035$
1035$

70

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov,
Nov,
Nov

2 102*$ Nov. 24
4 1075$ Nov. 14

2

4

104*$ Nov. 19

2 104
Nov. 23
7 1045$ Nov. 19

7154 Nov.

6

Sale

69

Nov.

Sale

99

Nov. 30

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

105
107
107
106

Nov. 13 101
Nov.
5 106*$
Nov. 2 1085$
Nov. 2 1085$

Southeast P Ac L 6s

2025

Sou Calif Ed 3Ks..May 11960

324 s series B
July 11960
Debentures 3^1......1945

Nov. 24 107*4

Nov. 10

8
6

Sale

Sale

101*1 Sale
101

Sale

1st & ref mtge 4s—...1960
Sou Calif Gas Co 4Hs._.1961

1105$ 10954 Nov,
Sale, 1065$ Nov.

104

102

99*4 9954 101
105*$ Sale 106*4
107
Sale
108*4
107
Sale
108*4
10654 Sale 106*$
10954 110*$ 110
10654 Sale 10654

104

Nov. 14
Nov. 20
Nov. 20

5 110*4 Nov. 13
Nov. 12
4 107

Jan. 13
Mar. 3
Feb. 24
Jan. 29
8
72*4 Feb.
Feb. 27
103
108
Feb. 10
1055$ Mar. 5
105*$ Mar. 6
10554 Sept. 15
72
July 11
65
May 8
101
July 10
109
Aug. 24

June

30
104

July

15$ May
1
Apr.
Apr.
5*$ Oct.

8

0*$ Jan.
0*$ Jan.
0*4 Jan.
8

Jan.

5

58

1947

registered.

Sou Carolina Power 5s.. 1957

33

4*4 July

May
Apr.

7
1

Feb.

1

Jan.

0*$
3*4
654
55$

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.

107*$ Oct. 31
108*$ Nov. 20
108*$ Nov. 20
111

Aug.

10754 Oct.

5
6

Southern Counties Gas

23,000
200.000
307,000
64,000
39,000
8,000
23,000
116,000
109,000
90,000
131,000
492,000
504,000
33,000
602,000
6,000
330,000

246,000
ef California 4H*..
1968
4,022,000 Southern Indiana Ry 48.1951
2,504,000 Southern Nat Gas 6n._-.1944
821,000 S'western Assoc Tel 5s A.1961
1,056,000 Southwestern L Ac P 5s.. 1957
734,000
275,000
2,607,000
2,388,000
2,191,000
2,063,000
5,280,000
5,019,000
484,000
8,926,000
390,000
359,000

Southwestern PAL 6s..2022

157,000
117,000

337,000
67,000
648,000
123,000

02 H
09
91

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

S'western Pub Serv 6s A. 1945

Conv 6s...

.1015* Sale
69 *4 Sale
695? Sale
........1935
69*4 Sale

6s Conv ctfs of

deposit. 1935

Standard Gas A Elec 6s.. 1935
6s Certlfs of

1935

deposit

69

Sale

1951

—

6s....

65*$ Sale

1966

6s

66

Sale

64]
46]

Sale

Standard Invest 6Hs

1939

Stand Power A Lt 6s

1957

Standard Telep
Starrett

5H* A

Corp 5s

Stlnnes (Hugo)

19,000
48,000
66,000
56,000
76,000
101,000
12,000
11,000

56 54 Sale

101*1

1643
...1950

Sale

Sale
83

1035$ Nov. 27 104*4 Nov. 20
82
Sale
825$ Nov. 9 86 k Nov. 28
Sale
1035$ Sale
1035$ Nov. 2 10354 Nov. 4
Sale: 102*4 Nov.
2 104*4 Nov.
102*4 Sale
3
4 1035$ Nov. 19
Sale 1 10254 Nov.
10254 10354 103
95
98*$ Sale
96*$ 955$ Nov. 21 985$ N-v. 2
105
Sale
105 & -Nov. 13 106
Nov. 19
10554 106
Sale
88
Sale
85
Nov. 2
82<*£Nov. 20 88
Sale
88
Sale
85
Nov. 2
8ir Nov. 14 88
Sale
88
Sale
85
Nov. 2
821$ Nov, 13 88
Sale
88
Sale
85
Nov. 2
81'^lNov. 20 88
Sale
845$ Sale
785$ Nov. 14 845$ Nov. 2
Sale
83
83*4 Sale
765$ Nov. 14 835$ Nov. 30
Sale
10054 Sale 101
Nov. 25
100*4 Nov. 5 102
Sale
83
76*4 Nov. 13 83*$ Nov. 30
§2* Sale
89
90
Nov. 4
90
Nov. 4
90*$
34*$ Sale
29*$ Nov. 4 3554 Nov. 9

1035
86*4
1035$
103*$

•

Feb.
5654 Jan.
101
Jan.
92*$ Jan.

103

99
91
100
69

6
10454 June
8654 Nov. 28

104

22

104*4 Nov. 23
1045$ Sept. 14
1015$ June 23

May

106

Jan.

Oct. 21
90*$ Oct. 21
Oct. 17
90
Oct. 21
Oct. 21
88
Oct. 21
4
1025$ Feb.
8754 Oct. 21
90*$ Oct. 23
3554 Nov. 9

Oct.

2

90*4

675$ May
69
May
66
May
64
May
63*4 May
97

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

IP

Jan.

625$ May
46*$ Jan.
295$ Oct.

Corp

....1936

56

50

7s stamped ctfs dep... 1936

51
48

49*$

51

46

50

52

50
45

7s stamped.
7s stamped

78 stamped ctfs dep... 1946
519,000 Super Power of 111 4HS..1979
657,000
4Hs
1968
117,000 Syracuse Ltg 5s B....... 195?
125,000
1st A ref 5Hs
1954

2,430,000 fenn Elec Power 5s......1956
1,419,000 Tenn Pub Serv 5s.......1970

52

Nov. 25
5
Nov.

51

55

105*4 Sale
107*$ Sale
1075$ 108
89

Sale

785$ Sale

965$ Sale
83 H Sale

Nov.

4

49

Feb.

Nov. 20

44

Oct.

Nov. 21
Nov. 25

43
42

7

104

10554 106

105*4 Nov, 2 1065$ Nov.10
Nov. 30
1075$ Nov, 2 108
10654 107*$ 1065$ Nov, 13 .1075$ Nov. 9

104

Aug. 13
Sept. 3
Apr.
1
Apr. 23

108

106

Oct.

23

105

Apr.

17

89

Jan.

2

7754 May 15

50
Nov. 12 52*4
4
47
5
50
52
Nov.
50*$
5*4 10554 10554 1065$ 10554 Nov, 5 106*4

1946

945$

Nov.

Sale

95*4

82

Sale

60

Sale

Nov. 23

94

805$ Nov.

4

965$ Nov.
84

2

Nov. 27

8

15

65
53

60]
50]
106]
106;
109]
110]

Apr. 27
Aug. 17
Mar. 4
Nov. 25
Jan.

7

Jan.

7

Feb.

5

Jan.

6

98

Feb.

90

Feb.

17
17

Ternl Hydro-Electric Co—

143,000
259,000
18,000
143,000

"4",665
301,000
54,000

1.098,000
3,789,000
336,000
1,839,000
1,000
171,000
1,191,000
1,839,000

6*$« series A..........1953
Texas Elec Service 5s

196#

Texas Gas Utilities 6s

1945

Texas Power A Lt 5s

1956

5s

99*$ Sale

59
105

60*4
Sale

10554 Sale
365$ 39*$ 41
Sale
106*4 Sale 105
36

i05*4 Sale"

59*$
104*4
35*$
104*$

Nov. 28 65*$
Nov. 4 106
Nov. 2 40
Nov. 28 106*4

Nov, 19i

41*$ Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov, 23

29

Nov,

2

1956

registered....

..2022
1979

104*4 Sale
96*$ Sale
98*$ Sale

1962

107

Sale

Twin City Rap Tr 5 Hs A.1952

78

Sale

6s...

Thermeld Co 6sstamped. 1937
Tide Water Power 6s A

1115$ 1135$ 111*$ 113*$ 11154 Nov. 24 112*4 Nov, 17
95
96
100
Sale
95
Nov. 4 100*$ Nov. 28
Sale
1035$ 104*4 104
103*$ Nov. 5 104*4 Nov. 18

7454 June 22
106
40

9954 Jan.
Mar.

106*$
105*$
112*4
100*$
104*4

104*$ Apr.
105*$ Oct.
104
Jan.
90
July
985$ Jan.

Nov. 30
Jan.

8

Jan.

3

Oct.
5
Nov. 17
Nov. 28
Nov. 18

Toledo Edison Co—

97,000
435,000

1,657,000
7.972,000

638,000
3,000

1,580,000
109,000

1st mtge gold 5s..

Ulen A Company—
6s 3d stamped

...

4,000
22,000
2,000
24,000

63,000
St series A
154,000
4H«
87,000
5s series B
375,000 United Blec of N J 4s

30.000

50.000
50.000
103,000
6,000
4,000

5,000
1,000
135.000

27",666
45,000

528,000
85,000
123.000

Without

1957

10654
106*4 107

1967

105

1949

-

1165$ Sale

275$
2754

1941
1945

1,372.000

2922

"9054 Sale'

1952

107

5s series D..

^•r footnotes




sec

4s....

1946

5s series B

1956

page 53.

Sale

6454
295$

Sale"

90

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
7554 Sale

105*4 Sale

Sale

...1956

121,000 Valvollne Oil 7s
1937
43,000 Vamma Water Power 6He *67
2.227.000 Virginia Pub 8er 5Hs A.. 1946
1,000
5 Ha registered
1946

640,000
1.377.0001

Sale

61

80
76
10054
8154
10454

30.000

106*$ Sale
94

Sale

106

10754 Nov. 23
945$ Nov. 28

90

Mar.
6
106*4 Apr. 22 108
76 *| Jan. 21
94*$ Nov. 28

51*$ Sale
1015$ 102

39
Nov. 5 56
Nov. 17
101*$ Nov. 16 10154 Nov. 2

100

106*$—.
10454 Sale
105
105*4
11654 11754

10654 Nov. 5 10654 Nov.
104*4 Nov. 14 106*4 Nov.

37*$ July 20 84]
Mar. 7 102]

Jan.

Aug.

30
3

105

Nov.

116*$ Nov.

5 105*$ Aug. 13
5

104*4 Apr.

Nov.

2

105

2 117*4 Nov.

6

113*$ Jan.

2 105

Mar.

110

Feb.

20

3 107*$ Sept. 22
9 107*4 May
7
4 117*4 Oct. 16

1956

3,009.000 United Lt A Pow 6Hs
1974
4,165,000
Deb 6s
1975
1,049,000
5Hs
....1959
6,240,000 United Lt A Rys 6Hs
1952
814,000
6s series A
1952
1,128,000
Deb 6s series A....
1973
685.000 Utah Power AXlght 4H>1944
6s series A..
73,000 Utlca Gas A El 5s E

42

10154 102

warrants........

United Indus 6 Ha
1st 6s

Sale

(Me)
1954

United Elec Service 7s

50,000
12,000
5,000
104.000
397,000
35,000
449,000

91

41

1944

Union Amer Invest 5s A.1948
Union Electric Lt A Pow

106*$ Sale

Sale

94

92

Sale"

84

1015$ 101
9954 100

102*4
101*$ Sale

8354 Sale
91*$ Sale

100

95*
4

88

11351 Il3
Sale 1
Sale

98

95;
108*4 106'

Sale

1025$
102*$ Sale

Sale

94

Sale

99

82
100

Sale*

105*$ 1065$ 107
105*$ 106
105*$ 107
101*$

60*$ Nov.
275$ Nov.
275$ Nov.
Nov.

oaie
83*4 Sale
80*$ Nov.
105
Nov.
10554
Nov.
91*$ Sale;a .88

Sale

100
96

62*$
28*$

96
Sale

&
92

Nov. 17

Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov,
Nov.

107

/Nov.
/ Nov.

105*$ Nov.
98

635$ Nov.10
2754 Nov. 4

8454 Nov. 2
1055$ Nov. 5
94
Nov. 2
11454 Nov. 4
855$ Nov.20
1015$ Nov. 20
1005$ Nov. 30

00 y4.

113

955$ Sale

Sale

27*$

Sale

100
103

61

Nov. 17

10554 Nov. 13

Nov. 30 100

Nov. 4
102*$ Nov. 21 1025$ Nov. 21
100*4 Nov. 10 1025$ Nov. 21

94*4 Nov.
98

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

45]

Jan.

72

25]
25*$
80
76
1005$
8154
10454

May
June

tiff Jan.

75*1
92]
90]

3

Jan.

97

July

15

Jan.

Q9

June

if-

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

1065$ May

Mar.

Oct.
102
10354 July

Jan.

1055$ Apr.
105

June 24
Jan. 20

June

5
96*$ Sept. 23
1155$ Oct. 23
9054 July 13

107*1

3

2

June 20

106*$ May 21

96*4 Jan. 14 100*$
100*1 May 1 104
95*4 Jan.
2 103
101
Oct.
5 101
9754
8354 Jan.
2
91*4 Jan.
2 101*$

Aug.

4

Apr. 18
Aug. 18
Oct.
5
Sept. 17
Sept. 25

,

1,

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

AGGREGATE
In

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

November

Price

Waldorf

Astoria

1954

1st 7s with warrants
352,000 Ward Baking Co 4s

1937
106 ?*

606,000 Wash Gas Light Co 5s...l958
72,000 Wash Ry 8t Bloc 4s
1951
530,000 Wash Water Power 5a_._1960
Western Newspaper

Sale

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

373* Sale
293* Sale
293*
10234 1033* 1023* 1033*
107
107
108
1073* Sale
1063*
1063*
1073*
1053* Sale
1063* Sale 1053*
----

1944
2030

9934 Sale

292,000 West Penn Traction St.. 1960

5,815,000
764,000
44,000
577,000
690,000
265,000
1,493,000
4,000

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Nov.

2

383* Nov.

17

9

June
Oct.

102
Nov. 18 1075* Nov.
7
Nov. 25 1073* Nov. 25

383* Nov.

4

16 107

9

Jan.

16

Oct. 27
1053* Mar. 13 108
1053* Aug.
4 1073* Nov. 25
105
Feb. 28 1073* Feb.
3

Nov.

2 1063-4

Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.

723*
1053*

Nov. 25

Nov.

111

Nov. 17

Nov.

973*
1073*
1073*
1073*
1023*
1063*

Nov. 27

1033* Jan.
885* Jan.

Nov. 24

105

103

Nov.

1013* Nov.
1033* Oct.

Union—

1,639,000
Con* deb 6s
1,670,000 West Penn Elec 5s

168,000
94,000
16,000
286,000
50,000
1,000
53,000
255,000
28,000
122,000

Ask

Corp—

2,929,000

1,000
38,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. I

1

-

Nov. 2

1936
Bid

BONDS (Concluded)—

46,666

'<

2'V

Jan

Jan. 1

619,000

53

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

DEC., 1936]

1957
West United G Ac B SHs A 55
Wheeling Elec Co 5s ....1941
Wit Minn Lt & Pow 5s... 1944
Wisconsin P & L 4s A
1966
Yadkin River Power 5S..1941

York Rys Co 5s
58 registered

1937
1937

Sale

89

West Texas Util 5s A

105?* Sale

1033* Sale

713* Sale
70?*
105
1053* 105
1093* 1113* 111
Sale
95
973*
106
1063* Sale
1073*
1073*
Sale 1073*
107
1023*
1003* Sale
1063* 1073*
1013*
1023* Sale

Sale

67

1053* 1043*
1093*
Sale
943*
107
106]*
1073*
112

.

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

107

Sale

1003* Nov.
1063* Nov.
1013* Nov.

107
Sale

Nov.

Nov. 23

1063* Sept.

Nov. 25

106

Nov. 19

1003* Sept.

773*
1053*
1113*
973*
1073*
1073*
1073*
1025*

Nov. 25

106

109

Nov.

5

2

333* Jan.
"99

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.

Sept. 14
Sept. 4
Aug. 27
Sept. 11

Sept. 17

Nov. 24

Nov. 23
Oct.

2

Nov. 19

1045* Jan. 28
17

1033* Oct.

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

Agrlcul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—

13,000
4,000

Uac« Valley

21,000
6,000
26,000
12,000

188,000
Prov Banks 6s B......1951
105,000
6s A
.......Z1952
406,000 Danish Cons MunlcAH«-i95d
5s
265,000
i.;."ul?53
Danstg t x Wat'way Bo
272,000
external s f 6 Vis
'*..1953
574,000 German Cons Muclc 7s.. 1947
612,000
6s
*
.fl»47
140,000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s...1939
154,000 Hanover (Prov) 6Vis
._194«
243,000 Lima (City), Peru, 4V4s_.1958
230,000 Maranhao (State) 7s
1958
477,000 Medellln (Colombia) 7a_.195J

12,000
31,000
69,000
27,000
27,000
26,000
21,000
51,000

573* Sale

21

22

203* Nov. 9
20?* Nov. 13

213* Nov. 19
213* Nov. 19

17

Jan.

24

25

24

24

20

May 28

803*

11*
76

Nov.

4

Nov.

4

183* Jan.

803* Nov. 13

823* Nov. 16

573* Jan.

793* Nov. 10

—

803*

Colombia exti

83*

404,000

Bk

22

213*
213*
25

803* Nov. 27

555* Jan«.

213* Oct. 28
213* Oct. 28
263* Feb. 21

10
7

823* Nov. 16
803* Nov. 27

3
3

(Deptof) Rcpo

20,000

Cent

21

203*
203*
24

154,000
20-year 7s.
Jan 15 1946
315,000
20-year 7s
Jan 15 1947
123,000 Baden (Germany) 7s
1951
Buenos Aires (Pro*)
1,091,000
7?*s stamped......
1947
1,075,000
7s stamped
1952

31,000
22,000
12,000

7s_. _194J<

s f

of German

9

9

9

9?

Nov.

7

93* Nov.

7

Feb.

11

75* May 15

1

State A

Sale
23
283*
993* 1003*
993*
99?*
243*

89>* Sale

623* Sale
25

283*

103*

Sale

Sale

26

r263* Sale
243*
253*
233*
26 ;
11

Sale

17

23

28

24

30

993* Sale
99?*

99

—i-

633*
24?*
26
243* Sale
243*
25
233*
25
133*

20

13

123*

243* Nov. 2 26
253* Noy. 7 273*
993* Nov. 24 1003*
99
Nov. 24
99?*

4

243* Nov. 2 335*
25
May 19 34
953* Jan. 18 102
893* Jan.
2 100

9

60

Nov. 10
Nov. 13

Nov.

623* Nov. 24

63

25

253* Nov. 12

Nov.

4

11

Nov.

25

243* Nov. 30
243* Nov. 28
233* Nov. 27

Nov.

4

243* Nov. 13
233* Nov. 12

13

NoV.

2

13

173* Nov.
123* Nov.

Sale

123*

Nov. 17

9

20

Nov. 18

9

13

Nov. 12

Nov. 27

Aug.
5
183* May 20
183* May 21
21
May 27
193* May 26
9
May
7
133* Jan.
4
93* Jan.
3

Mar. 27
Jan.

15

July 15
Aug. 10
Apr. 22
Feb. 26
Feb.

5

Jan.

28

265* Jan. 27
13

Sept.

20

Nov. 18

2

143* Aug.

4

Vfendosa (Prov) Argentina

41,000
832,000

9,000

84,000

7 Hs
7Vis-4s stamped

96

1951
1951

713*

Sale

84

100
Sale

100

89

Nov. 13

84

Sale

Nov.

1003* Nov. 18
89

2

Nov. 28

71U Feb.
8 1003* Nov. 18
Nov. 28
&T Feb. 27 89

Mtge Bank of Bogota—•

18,000

57,000
7s issue of May 1927.... 1947
78,000
7s issue of Oct 1927
1947
427,000 Mtge Bank of Chile 6s...1931
10,000
6s stamped
1931
261,000 Mtge Bank of Denmark Ssl97->
2,578,000 Parana (Stateofj, Bras 7*.'6*

62,000
66,000
225,000
34,000
152,000

466,000 Rio de Janeiro 6Vis
195'
1,012,000 Russian Govt 6Vis._....1919
1,926,000
Certificates of deposit..
865,000
5 Vis
.......1921
938,000
Certificates of deposit...

1,000
2,000
44,000
-

8*656

203*

203* Sale
133*
123*
983*

103* Sale

"23* Sale
23* Sale
23* Sale
23* Sale

133*
Sale
203* Sale'
153* Sale
13*
13*
13* '13*
13* >13*
13*
13*

Santa Fa (City) Argentina

22,000
Republic extl 7s.......194^
147,000
7s stamped
...1945
565,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
194*
109,000
7s
1961

5,000
51,000
3,000
•

n

713*

M^OSaie*

583*
Sale
Sale

98

203* Nov. 27
203* Nov. 10
13
Nov. 10

100

X

Ex dividend

Abbreviations Used Above:

a

"ood," certificates of deposit,
"cons," consolidated,
"cum," cumulative.

Deferred

18
Jan. 10
173* Mar. 12

213* Oct.

14

12

143*
125*
993*
235*

Nov. 19

983* Nov.

2

993* Nov. 10

213*

203* Nov.

2

22

183*

193*

153* Nov.

13*
13*
13*
13*

Sale
Sale
15*
13*

203*

2
Nov. 16
Nov. 10
Nov.
6
Nov. 4

13*
13*
13*
-13*

Nov.

6

193* Nov. 17
1?* Nov. 4
13* Nov. 4
13* Nov. 10
13* Nov. 4

'

61

62

583* Nov.
123* Nov.
123* Nov.

125* Sale
123*

62

5
2
2

Nov. 23

123* Nov. 17
123* Nov.
2

Jan.

31

123* Sept. 10
923* Jan. 20
103* Jan.
2
123* Jan.
4
1
May 18
?* May 18
1

June 12

?* Sept.
58
49

5

Feb.

6
June 19

11 3* Jan.
113* Jan.

4

20

22

20

Apr.
6
Jan. 23
Sept. 10
Oct. 22
Apr8

193* Nov. 17
23* Jan.
3
23* Jan.
2
25* Jan.
2
23* Jan.
2
Mar. 31
Nov. 23

71
62

;

123* Oct.
123* Oct.

21

8

nUnder the rule sales, in which no account Is taken

•n-v." non-voting.
"vtc." voting trust certificates.
**w 1," when issued
"w w." with warrants.
"x-w." without warrants,

Sold under the rule,
Deferred doll very sale,
Sold for cash,

203* Nov. 27
203* Nov. 2

—i-

573*
123*
123*

203* 213*
203*
133* Sale

Abbreviations Used Above (Cont.)—

No par value.

r

a

Sale

in computing range, are

Northern New York Util.

given below:

7% 1st pref., Nov. 18

at 109.

delivery sales. In which no account is
given below:

r

Cash sales, in which no account Is take a in

co m

puting range, are given below:

taken in computing range, are
No sales.

German Cons. Municipal Loan 6s 1947, Nov. 2
at

"oonv," convertible,

263*•

"m/* mortgage.

Opening

(Continued from page 17)
Railroad and Industrial Bonds

High-grade bonds of domestic corporations in November
followed the trend of United States Government securities,

displayed a strong tone for the better part of the
month.
In the remaining days, however, some irregularity

which

little affected thereby.
lower-grade classifications, the
tendency to advance was not as pronounced nor as well
maintained as was true of^the better-grade issues; nevertlieless, some gains were made by this group.
On the oppoNsite side of the advance during November were the railroad
bonds of medium grade, which continued to lose ground as
in October, and in contrast with the substantial gains of
was

felt, but prices as a whole were

Among

^

the

medium-

and

past months.
In the following table we show, as usual, the fluctuations
for the month in the

different issues of United States Gov¬

obligations, and a considerable number, likewise,
of domestic corporate and .foreign government .bond prices :
ernment

First

Government Bonds

Range During November, 1936

Sale

1947-1952
Treasury 33*s
1943-1945
Treasury 4s
1944-1954
Treasury 3 3*8
1946-1956
Treasury 3 5* s
—-1943-1947
Treasury 3s
1951-1955
Treasury 3s
1946-1948
Treasury 35*s
1940-1943
Treasury 35*s—*■
1941-1943
Treasury 35*s
1946-1949
Treasury 3 3*s
1949-1952
Treasury 33*s-1941
Treasury 3?*s—
1944-1946
Treasury 2J*s
1955-1960
Treasury 2 Ms
—1945-194 7
Treasury 2 Ms
i
1948-1951
Treasury 2 Ms
1951-1954
Treasury 2'Ms
1956-1959
Fed'l Farm Mtge 33*8-1944-1964
*

3s
3s

-

1944-1949
—_1942-1947

2Ms-.—
1942-1947
Home Owners' L'n 3s ser A. 1952

2Mb series B

23* series G

1939-1949
.-1942-1944




Nov 30

Highest

Nov.

121.16 Nov. 30

108.12

108.12 Nov.

110.12 Nov. 28

104.10 Nov.

116.7

110.30 Nov. 27

100 M Nov.

102 5* Nov. 20

101

76 M

733* Nov.

113M

113M Nov.

79?* Nov. 30
1165* Nov. 12

116

Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold 4s_1948

1083*

108 M Nov.

1093* Nov. 12

108?*

..I960

Convertible 4?*s

81M
86 M

82 M Nov.

Brooklyn Union Elev 5s
1950
Ches & Ohio gen 4Ms———1992

114X
125

114?* Nov.
124M Nov.

1947

173

156

Chesapeake Corp 5s

16 X

243* Nov.
13M Nov.
96

1927—1967
Great Northern gen 4 Ms
1977
111 Cent C St L & N O 5s-.1963
Internal Paper 5s ser A & B.1947
Kan City Sou ref & impt 5s—1950
Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 4s-2003
Liggett & Myers Tobacco 78-1944
Mo Kan Tex cum adj 5s
1967
New York Central conv 6s__ 1944
N Y C & St L 4J*s ser C
1978
N Y N M & H 1st ref 4J*s—1967
N Y Out & Western ref 4s—-1992
Northern Pacific 4s—1997
Pennsylvania RR deb 4?*s.-1970
Pitts C C & St L 5s ser A
1970
Warner Bros Pictures 6s
1939
Western Maryland 1st 4s—1952

88?*

84?* Nov.

105

105

Nov.

Nov.

92 M

88 M Nov.

100 M

1003* Nov.

973*

71M

97

Nov.

67 M Nov.

134 J* Nov.
72 3*
116 J*

94 H
36 M
48 H

66?* Nov.
114?* Nov.
91M Nov.
33?* Nov.
46

127 M

127 M Nov. 30
Nov.
4
28

96M

Erie ref & impt 5s of

79

9

176

C C C & St L 43*8 series E..1977

27

Nov.

79?*

86 M Nov. 7 83 H
114?*
115?* Nov. 13

Nov.

Chic & N W 4Ms series A..1949

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

82

773* Nov.

Bost & Maine 1st 5s ser A-C.1967

nolo

106.19 Nov

100 M

1995

Atch Top & S Fe gen 4s

114.13 Nov. 25

109.4

Nov. 30

Highest

Allegheny Corp coll trust 5s. 1944
Amer & Foreign Power 5s—2030

116.7

112.28 Nov.

Price

Lowest

Nov. 1

Nov.

Nov.

157

9

26M

16?* Nov. 4
93?* Nov. 12

883* Nov.

14M
97
86 H

2

107 M Nov. 19
92 M Nov.
9

1075*

102?* Nov- 27
98 M Nfrv. 10

101M

90 3*

70~"

733* Nov.
1353* Nov.

9

Nov.

2

1185* Nov.

9

1155*

94?* Nov. 10
37?* Nov. 5
49?* Nov. 12

93?*

73

9

135
69

■:

34
47 M

109 5* Nov.

112

Nov. 21

111?*

105 M Nov.

108

Nov.

107?*

121J* Nov.

109?*
105?*

122

Nov. 10

95 M Nov.
104 M

103 M Nov.

106.13

9

99?* Nov. 16
1053* Nov. 19

98?*
104?*

110.11

104.11

119

Treasury 4?*s—

—

Last

Sale

Lowest

Nov. 1

Closging

Range for November, 1936

i: Price

104.30

106.4

Nov.

104.30 Nov.
106.3

Nov.

108.7

Nov. 30

20

Nov. 19

121.16

108.17 Nov

18

108.10

108.29 Nov.

109.23 Nov. 18

109.15

106.29

106.29 Nov.

109

Nov. 19

108.30

106.18

106.18 Nov.

108.28

108.27 Nov.

109.25 Nov. 19

109.19

108.9

108.8

110.14 Nov. 30

110.14

102.19

102.17 Nov.

104.19 Nov. 19

104.15

104.16

104.10 Nov.

106.19 Nov. 30

106.18

102.18

102.18 Nov.

104.18 Nov. 30

104.18

101.19

101.17 Nov.

Nov.

101.4

101.1

104.17

104.14 Nov.

103.15

103.13 Nov.

108.17 Nov. 18

103.6

Nov. 18

103.1

102.24 Nov. 19

102.14

106

Nov. 19

105.31

105.4

Nov. 19

105.18 Nov. 21

105.2

104.1

104.1

102.24

102.24 Nov.

104.6

103.7

103.5

Nov.

104.30 Nov. 19

104.26

101.20 Nov.

103.10 Nov. 19

103.5

101.25 Nov.

103.5

Nov. 19

103.2

101.20

Nov.

Nov. 27

Price

Price

Range for November, 1936

Nov. 30

Nov. 1°

Lowest

•

Highest

108.3

107.30 Nov.
108.29

Nov.

Closing

Opening
Foreign Bonds

105.14
104.4

Argentine (Govt) 5s ser
External 5 Ms
Australia 5s of 1925.

A—1957
1962

102

101?* Nov.

102?* Nov. 6
1025* Nov. 9
111?* Nov. 16

102?*
102

101?*

101?* Nov.

1955
1957

110?*

110

Nov.

96

Nov.

6?*s---1949

107 M

107?* Nov.

110?* Nov.

9

110?*

1957

103?*

103

103 H

(Dominion) 5s
1952
7J*s stpd—1941
External 7s stamped
1949
German (Rep) 7s stamped... 1949
German (Govt Internat) 5?*s
Stamped
1965

114?*

1145* Nov.
125?* Nov.

104?* Nov 12
115?* Nov. 10

Austrian (Govt)

7s

Belgium (Kingdom)
Brisbane (City) 5s
Canada

French Republic

New South Wales

32

25?*

(State) 5s_1957

Queensland (State) ext
6?*s

Rome (City) ext

130

7s—1941
"...1952

70?*

Nov.

Nov.

98

Nov. 10

137

96 H

1155*

Nov. 13

140

110?*

Nov. 18

33?* Nov. 19

30?*

27 26 M Nov. 19
104?* Nov. 28 105?* Nov. 17
112M Nov. 14 113?* Nov. 13
68?* Nov. 30 71?* Nov. 6

25?*
1045*

30?* Nov.
24 M l ov.

(Continued on page 56)

685*

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

'

November

,

1

10,996,000

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

BONDS

Jan. 1

m

m

Nov .2

1936
Bid

m m ^

Bid

Ask

1927
72
2,000 Cal & So Chic 5s ctfs
75
11,000 Chic City & Con Rys 5S..1927
1754
20
10,000 Chicago City Ky 5s
1927
71
73
Certificates of deposit-....
50,000
71
73
Chicago Railways 5s
1927
1st mtge 5s ctf of dep.. 1927
71
44,000
73
5s series A..........
24
1927
5,000
26
Con mtOe 5s B
1927
9
50,000
11
5,000 Commonwealth Edis 5s B 1954 112
113

—

2,000
5,000
......

79

Ask

77
17
77

19

1754

19

79

78

80

77

79

78

80

78

80

78

80

24

26

2554
12%

27

954
.

Lowest

.

—

—

Shares

81

79

1054

.

—

mm

6,500

9,850

.

.

14

13

15

15

1654

30

36

37

35

20

101

mm

mm

mm

m

m

.....m

—

.

.

.

.

4
.

53
17

Sale

......

......

.......

......

79

Nov.

......

.

5

.....

4

......

8254 Nov.

5

......

5

......

.....

.

......

.....

1354 Nov. 27

.

......

Sale

10

STOCKS

10 Annex Hotel Co

13,950
19,450
3,250
5,250

mm

Nov.

38

-

com cap.

5454 Sale
18
1854
454
534
9

Sale

76

Oct.

16

Aug.

78

Oct.

70
Apr.
2254 Apr.
1054 Nov.
112
May
1254 Sept.

5

Nov.

9

854 Nov. 17

5554 Nov.

6

19

5

Nov.

"42"

2554

Sale

61

22

T,206

Sale

4%
3054

3

554 Nov. 18
9% Nov. 5

100

9% Sale

12,150
4,200
25,150
1,620
480
500

450

4

8254 Nov.
25

5

June 24

7

'Mil

7

37% Feb.

Sale

.*

18

254

2554 Feb. 13
2354 Nov. 17
4754 Oct. 23
69
Sept. 25

2354 Nov. 17

1154 June

47

Nov. 10

66

Nov. 18

40
20

10

10

Nov. 30

61

Sale

954

9

Sale

254

254

5% Nov.

2

654 Nov.

3

2

4

57

Nov.
Nov.

9

Nov. 19

..

Jan.

Jan.J,M6
MayH4
Nov,/"

Junet.

6254 Nov. 17
10

July 14
2754 Jan, 20

Nov.

6

Feb.

6

254 Nov.

5

154 May

1554

1954

1654

654 Sale

2854 Sale
1254 Sale
954 Sale

2354 Sale
754 Sale
354 Sale

7054 Sale"
10854 109
16 %
17
29

Sale"

32
82

Sale
84

11054 Sale
22

2454

Sale

Sale

14

Nov. 30

1554 Nov.

6

Sale

1954 "2054
1854 Sale
2154 Sale

2854 Sale
1254 Sale
""

if
109

2234
25

26

14
19 54

"Nov ."§0 25%~Nov."l6

1854 Nov. 30
16
Nov.
2
28

Nov. 25

Sale

1154 Nov. 16
954 Nov. 2

Sale

32

Sale

1854 Nov. 30
22% Nov. 30

3054 Nov.
1254 Nov.

8354 Nov.

~

118

IH Nov.

2%

109
2334 22
2634 25

Sale

Nov.

2

12

2

Nov. 25

5
4

Nov. 25

3754 Nov.

4
90
Nov. 21112

Nov.

9

A

4

8% Nov. 25

9

Nov.

9

Nov. 2

14

20
24

18

Jan.

17

7

Jan.

2

3

Jan.

2

12

Nov. 30
Jan.
2

Apr. 30

2254 Apr. 28
64/

Nov.1.

25

Nov. 30

Jan.

6

90
21
Feb. 25 112
Jan. f 6 23

Oct. I 7

27

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Apr. 30 1
7 ?
Opt.
July 28
Nov. 25

3754 Nov.

Jan.

18% Oct.

Brown Fence & Wire—

V'f

27

7% Jan. 27
5% Jan. 27
6254 Nov. 17
11
Feb. It
54 Jan. 31
5
July 10

1854
2254
2054
32 54
1454

1854
654
2054
215

2754 Nov. 12

23]

7

Feb. 28

10;

Oct.

Mar.
4
10254 Jani 29 110
1954 NoV. 20 2054 Nov. 16

107
16

2954 Sale

Sept. 22

72

"24% No"v."l7

5% Sale
334 Sale

Aug. 24

May 15
9% Sept. 24

23

5

Sale

July 24

21

Nov."

NOV.
2
Nov. 10
Nov.
4
Nov. 30

100

common.

Sale

30 159
'
5754
9 21
9
754

21

24

21
47
56

Jin.

3

conv

153,330 Bastian-Blessi n g Co com
*
100 Beatrice Creamery com....25
349,700 Bendix Aviation Corp com..5
180,720 Berghoff Brewing Co
1
27,670 Blnks Mfg Co capital......1
123,820 Bliss & Laughlln Inc cap
5
57,020 Borg-Warner Corp com
10
2,190
7% preferred
100
5,800 Brach 8c Sons (E J) com.
10,600 Brown Pence Ac Wire cl A
*
Class B
17.870

"M50

16

Nov.

5 % Jan.
46
Jan.

Sale

Sale

58
9

Sale
31

1,200

25,150

16% July
79

7654 Jan. 25

13 54 Nov. 27
5
29 112
May 29
16 1254 Sept. 16

June
Nov.

2154 Sale
4534
47
6334 Sale

24

7554 Sale"

~4% Sale

pf__*

1,950 Backstay Welt Co

30
30

97% Jan.
5054 Oct.
15
5

10

41

2354 "24""
2154 Sale
4654 47

2054

220 Balaban 8c Katz pref
100
Barber Co (W. H.) com
1
100 Barlow & Seelig Mfg A com
5

150

...

Automatic Washer

6

7054 Mar. 20

...

1,990

8
31

37% Feb.

-

5254 Nov. 23
1654 Nov. 25

454
5
954 Sale

Sale

.100

192,520 Armour fie Co common
...5
186,600 Asbestos Ufg Co com
1
68,600 Associates Invest Co com...*
91,610 Automatic Products com
5
17,400
Rights....

"""365

Highest
Sale Prices
76
Oct.
8

pot.

...

2,600

mm

10% Nov.

10

350 Alnsworth Mfg Corp com..10
28,900 Allied Products Corp cl A. 25
41,050
Common......
.10
1,000 Altorfer Bros conv pref_.
*
15,220 American Pub Serr preff.,100

~3~, 600

--mm

8254 Nov.

28

......

550

-

mm

......

13
•mm

—

—

mm

.......

208 So La Salle St Bldg—
1st mtge 5%s
1958

*
9,850 Abbott Laboratories com
New
25,850
*
10,580 Adams (J D) Mfg com
...»
6,000 Adams Royalty Go com....
139,340 Advanced Alum Castings...5

770

Sale Prices

79

Metr West Side El ext 4s. 1938

Shares

8,605

Lowest

Sale Prices

—

mm

1,000

"

Highest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

1,000

......

range since jan. 1

Jan. 2

$
"

$5,000
406,000

Price

Since

5,000

1935

$12,000
188,000

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30...............

CHICAGO

sales

1936

November.........

1,915,000

STOCK EXCHANGE
f

In

Bond Sales

1935

1,877,000

£7,856,000

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

aggregate

1936

%

.

Shares,

30 j
34 j

<■:

9

Nov.

9
Nov. 20

Aug. 11
Mar
6
Mar 20

'

7,750

v

Common
7,750
71,150 Bruce Co (E L)

13,150
10

107,350
4,850

757,450
4,850

1,580

3,380
23,440
4,100
48,760

700

560

3,530
7,250
9,550
147,600
2,300
5,610
830
980

600

210
1,550
694,350
66,000
1,110
27,300
5,150
17,050
1,440

30

»

670

260

""600

40

34.850
5,950
'

210

8,850
2,850

"8", 555
6,600

390

20,830
2,260
66,260
21,300
250
44,950
170,900
'

§,180

Central 111 Pub Serv pref
Cent 111 Secur Corp—

*

Preferred

100

Participation preferred
Chic Corp

*

common.

Preferred

Chicago
Chicago
Chicago
Chicago
Chicago

•

Electric Mfg A
..*
Flexible Shaft com.5
Mail Order

com..

5

fit N W Ry Com..100
Rys part ctfs 1
100
Part certificates 4'2"
100

conv

pref *

com

•

Club Aluminum Uten Co
.*
Coleman L'p 8c Store com...*
Commonwealth Edison...100
Compressed Ind Gases cap..*
Congress Hotel Co com
100
Consolidated Biscuit com
1
Consumers Co

com...

""854 Sale

Sale

1354 Sale

41H
17

59

1
15

2

22

7
34

37

42

Sale

105

1654 Sale"
3254 Sale

3254 Nov. 24

154 Nov. 21
5454 Nov. 24

Nov.

154 Sale
5534 Sale

1354
Sale"

15

Sale

13

68

Sale

6654 Nov. 24

154 Sale
16

•

15* Sale

Sale

3

16

8

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

954 Nov.

1754 Nov. 14
33
13

13
70

43
1754
Sale

1% Sale
4954 Sale

1154
1254
2254 Sale
33

56

Sale

.

...

56

16
63

21

Sale

Nov.

154 Nov.
16

6

2

Nov.

2

2% Nov.

4

1354 Nov. 13
2254 Nov. 30
33
No\f.
2
16% Nov. 19
3354 Nov. 28

.5

4^ Sale*

17%

4454 Sale
24
34
30

27
35

mmmmm

Sale

2454

25

23

9

154 Jan.

57% Nov.

9

3854 Jan.

20
Sept. 30

5854 Oct.

13

Jan.

7454 Oct.

2

Nov. 19

23

Nov. 21

4

Nov. 30

354 Sale
3

Sale

32

34

4

63

2054 May

1354 Nov. 27

17

*63

Nov.

2

68% Nov. 30

67

Nov.

2

7154 Nov. 27

5

Nov.

2

4654 Nov. 28

654 Nov. 12
5554 Nov. 16

19

24

.....

9654 Sale

24

25""

106
Sale

6% prior preferred A...100
7% cum prertS*ed......l00
com....

page

56

*
100

Nov. 18

5354 Nov. 20

Nov. 30

5854 Nov. 28

54 Nov. 27

54 Nov. 27

"30 54 "Nov." 15

32 54 *Nov." "5

105

354 Nov. 13
1% Nov. 12
33
108

Nov.

6

114% Sale

Nov.

4

4634 Sale
,

42

Nov.

2

'T" "8""
254
2554
99

554
27
Sale

954 Sale
% Sale

"754 Sale"
.254

Feb.

9

254 Feb. 11
23

Nov. 21

4

Nov. 30

97

Sept. 25
Sept. 24

3

4

68

3

2254 Feb. 17

954 Nov. 23
54 Nov. 6

654

44 ;
18

June 25

3354 Jan.
26
May
254 Aug.
54 Mar.
% Nov.
54 Feb.
25

Jan.

454 Nov. 2
2% Nov. 20

3

Jan.
Jan.

154 May
35
Nov. 18
30
Sept.
115% Nov. 21
9654 Jan.
4954 Nov. 13 ©41
Sept.
May
Nov.
10% Nov. 5
June
54 Nov.12

8"~~N~ov."20

554

25

Sale

25~""NOV."36

2754*Nov."l2

99

10054

98

9954 Nov. 23

2

54 Jan. 31
1 % Feb.
7
6% Feb. 27
5554 Nov. 16

Apr. 29
Jan.
2

100

Nov."-4
Nov.

18

4

15
13
7
16
27
1
4

25

Jan.

22

5854 Nov. 28
31

Jan.

6

4 %

Feb. 21
154 Jan. 22
54 Jan. 22

% Feb.

1

34% Apr.

4

7 10654 Aug. 28
2
754 Feb.
4
16
3% Jan. 29
Feb.
7
25 38
2 11654 Oct. 10
28 72% Aug.
5
Jan. 30
11
23

Aug. 14

5

11
Feb. 10
15
Feb. 15

Fab. 10
Jan.
4
Jan. 14
Nov. 23
97 54 Aug.
5

;V

3

■0!$&

35
Jan.
8 68% Nov. 30
4054 Jan.
6 7154 Nov. 27
105
Feb. 29
Feb. 29 105

Nov. 20

Nov. 20 105

"W
1054 Sale
% Sale

|4\Nov. 20

%

34* 3§*

Sale

"3M"Nov.""5

34*

354 Sale

154
2
3154
35
109 J4 Sale

54 Nov. 20

—-

106

Jan.

8

54 Jan.

*354 Sale" ""3 %N"OV."25

54
Sale

Jan.

17

30

.54 Aug. 14

1*
Sale

5l ""54

42

54

'""54

54
54

4

Jan.
2
July
6
1% Apr. 30

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov.
7

14

1
12

53

97

Jan.

57

49

1554

5

Nov. 25

15

96% Nov. 19

1454

6

1354 Nov' 13
2254 Nov, 30
33
May 14
16% Nov. 19
3354 Nov. 28

7154 Nov. 10

4

5754 Sale

""3p ""3J4

104

8

Nov.

5% Sale
4654 Sale

5554 Sale

32

Jan.

3254 Nov. 24

83

Sale

4

14
24

254 Nov.

31J4

|
101

**

554 Sale
5054 Sale
20

Nov.

July
July

9534 Sale

68% Sale
7154 Sale

Sale

-y

954
1154
32
7%

61

Sale

Sale

67

9554

2254

4

9254

Stock trust ctfs for com. .5

........

zee

33

Chic City fit Con Ry—» :
Common

3,760
143,800 Continental Steel
2,260 " Preferred

For footnotes




conv pref...
Castle fit Co (A M) com
..10
Cent Cold Storage Co com.20

931,750 Cities Service Co

v

"""556

Canal Const Co

1,460 Chicago Towel Co

100

"""SIO

jo

300
Participating ctfs **3"..100
7,320 Chic Rivet fit Machine cap..*

""'176

-

"19" Sale"

5% convertible preferred 30

14,920 Chain Belt Co com.........*
4,580 Cherry Burrell Corp com
•
160

4,850

1354 Sale

....

Butler Bros.

Common
39,750
|
Convertible preferred
22,150
*
727,020 Central S W Utll com ......1
Prior lien preferred....
20,935
•
33,100
Preferred..
»
8,380 Central States Pr fit Lt pref.*

870

104,600
9,000

com

520 Bucyrus Monlghan class A..*

Feb.

Feb.

Apr.

2

Jin.

30

_

Price

Jan. 2

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

STOCKS

11,900
1,500

557,050
114,850
8,200
4,190
1,380
119,070
28,450

9,100

35,060

46,700
6,550
580
■

430

'

420

Cord

Preferred..

27

2ft

4%
135

..1M

......

1034

Sale

16

17

20

Dayton Rubber Mftf com....*
Cum clasa A pref
.'...35

Sale

30%

31H

Decker (Alf) k Cohn—

510

60

^

510

5

1,300
9,650
370
25,950
2,450

690
21,100
5,880
51,110
10,920
148,410
40,580

850

De Meti Inc

19,500

V.;;

"5",900

•

4,600
1,770
20,300
1,350
1.52,210
340,550
70,990
66,940
103,610
148,960

900

1,350
51,450
300

2,750
9,350
14,100
5v

500

5,800
900

300
10

1,150
750

16%

16%
29 %
Sale
30% Sale
26
17 %

.5

Elgin Nat Watch Co

15

Ac

pref

t

y (•;

t v ••

3,750
460

730
30
160

2,700
33,700
450

5,850
8,150

460

23,600

"3',700

Common (new).....

3%

120

36,050
22,950
380

2,450
100

4,060
3,000
3,450

1,100
5,250
50

8~220
70

42,450
1,000
21,450
580

240

12,600
101,550
22,425

9,150
2,900
190

730

350
80

1,610
3,350
1

330
90

92

87

6
Nov. 16
Nov. 16

103% Oct.
3% Jan.
19% Jan.

3

1^

4% Jan.

11

12% Nov.

10% Jan.

33

17% Nov. 25

!I8
n*
40 H

Sale

27
Sale

19% Nov.

21% Sale
25% Sale
11% Sale

Sale

Nov. 20

31

Nov.

4

19% July

7
3

Jan. 24
July
6
May
5
Jan.
6
23
Apr. 30
9% Nov. 13

27

8

27% Jan.

16

45

Nov. 18

Oct.

16

87

Nov. 16

2^3

23

Apr.

7

60

July

21

65

Nov. 18

20

Nov. 13

21%
18%
38%
16%

Nov. 18

22% Nov. 28
27

Nov.

12

Nov.
2
Nov. 18

45

7
5

92

Feb.

9% Jan.

Nov."l7

41

Jan.

10

2

24%

19
Nov."" 5
39% Nov. 6
17% Nov. 12
25% Nov. 30
9% Nov. 13
40% Nov. 2

50

Nov. 20
Nov.
7

92
31

27

17% "18%

6

17

21

23

com

23

Sale

29 %

Sale

com....*

Sale

16
54

65%

63

Nov.
Nov.

64

Sale

20

16

Nov.

39

Sale
30

27

38X 40H
40 X Sale
28% Sale

Oct.

Nov. 18

62

20

Nov. 13

5

Nov. 30

11% Jan.
4% Nov.

65

com

25%

25

22

40

35

12% Sale
17
18%
Sale

30
8

9H

39%
15%
18%
28%
11%
109

101

"67"

"20"

*

63

39% Nov. 14
40
Nov.
2
26% Nov. 27
55
Nov.
9

Sale

45

30
45

5
Nov. 30

44

Nov. 12

7%
8%
22%
22%

30

Nov. 19

26

Aug
Jan.
Jan.;
Jan.
July

43% Sale
26% Sale

55

Nov.

9

45

Mar.

14% Nov. 23

6

5

12% Nov.

9% Nov. 23
Nov. 17

Nov.

Capital stock (new)
53,485 Kats Drug Co com.

Sale

35

40

41%

45

7

8%

42
34

6% preferred...........100

13% Sale

Kingsbury Brewing Co cap.l

5
22,520 La Salle Ext Unlr com
3,220 Law beck Corp 6% cum pfdlOO
.....*
37,400 Loath Ac Co common
Cumulative preferred....*
2,680
137,850 Libby, McNeill Ac Libby
10
144,150 Lincoln Printing Co com ...»
$3.50 preferred
10,220
*
28,560 Lindsay Light com..
10
Preferred
.............10
1,400
.._*
37,510 Lion Oil Ref Co com
41,600 Loudon Packing common...*
5
21,880 Lynch Corp common

75 %
1
18

29
3
28 %
10
9

39 %
5

Sale
1H

•
5

*

Sale
3H

30
Sale
Sale

Sale
5%

Mapes Cons Mfg capital....*

36
28 H
50
55

38%

Sale
57%

23

26
Sale

Marshall Field k Co com...*

12

62% Sale
6% Sale

..*
1

._*

24

Metropol Ind Co allot ctfs...

30

15

Mlckelberry's Food Prod coml

2H

Middle West Corp capital...5
Stock purchase warrants...
Middle West Utilities com..*

*

47

12% Sale

pr

39% Sale
80% Sale
17% Sale

6% preferred A...

Sale

28>f

100

60
20

2

14

1%
29%
7%
31%
9%
11%
43%
3%
9%
14%
6%
39%

1%
31%
Sale
32
Sale
Sale
44%
Sale
12
Sale
Sale
Sale
50

47

39% Sale
56
57%

48

46

6% Sale
30
32%
35

3%
13%
6%

Sale
Sale
Sale

24

27%

Sale

25

Sale
Sale

Nov.

Jan.

43

26

Sale"

48%

16% Sale
10% Sale

45

Nov.

4

46% Nov. 2
zl6% Nov. 30
10% Nov. 25

31

Feb.

48%
51%
16%
12%

Nov. 17
Nov. 18
Nov. 24
Nov. 5

38% Sale

z36

Sale

75

80

Nov. 2
Nov. 19

Sale

Sa

7

6% Sale
45% Sale
8
8%
45% 46

•

70 Mountain States Pr pref.. 100

26

18,550 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A...*

31

12%
Sale

Feb.

Nov.

75

23% Sale

2%

2%

17% Nov. 12
2% Nov. 29

25% Nov. 28
2% Nov.

4

1% Sale
29% 30
9
Sale
27% 32
10
Sale
12% Sale
46

44

3%

4
9%
12
14% Sale
6%
6%
44
Sale
Sale

52

43
59%

40%
54

1% Nov. 9
30
Nov. 20
7% Nov. 2
32
Nov. 9
9% Nov. 2
11% Nov. 5
44% Nov.
5
3% Nov. 27
10
Nov. 10
14
Nov. 12
6% Nov. 2
38
Nov. 4
47% Nov. 12
39% Nov. 2
56
Nov.
5

9

32%
12%
12%
48%
4

10

Nov. 9
Nov. 17
Nov. 27
Nov. 17
4

Nov.

Nov. 10

14% Nov. 2
6% Nov. 17
44

Nov. 17

52% Nov. 17,
46

Nov. IS

57% Nov.

6

2

Oct.

Apr.

1% Nov. 14
21% Nov. 2
19% Nov. 2

24

24%
22% Sale
53 % Sale
6% Sale
31% 33%

Jan.

Jan.
Oct.
Oct.
Jan.
Oct.
Jan.

33
27

Apr.

52% Nov. 17

Jan.

46

Nov. 18

50

June

62

Aug. 10

1

30
4
Sale
12% Sale
5% Sale

27

Nov. 16

84%
3%
27%
25%
100

18
25
4
30
10
12

% Nov. 28
7
Nov. 27
5% Nov. 10
5
Nov. 18

% Nov.
9% Nov.

9
9

3% Nov. 18
3% Nov. 28

7

Nov.

4

8

2

27% Nov.

3%
12

5%

4

Nov. 16

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

11% Jan.
Oct.

Apr.

13

Jan.

25

8

July
Aug.

45

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

29

Jan.

5% Apr.
25% May
2% Jan.

2,250
8,550
350

7% cumul preferred.... 100
82,360 National Gypsum A n-v com. 5
10
115,050 National Leather com
2
9,330 Nat'l Pressure Cooker Co

7% Sale
6
Sale

6% Sale
1%
3

Sale

21% Sale
29% Sale

Sale

7

48

30

Jan.

7

No"v.""5 26%~No~v.~~9

22

20

Nov. 20

31

28

Nov.

Nat Republic Invest

11%
55

53

Nov.

21

29

Oct.

20

35

Apr.

lb

26% Aug.

Jan.

Feb.

10% Jan.
53

6% July
49
May
29% Apr.
17

15

§

Nov. 23

33

Nov. 28

65

7

4

60

Cumul. conv. pref.
II,030
...»
*
16,805 National Standard com
52,400 National Union Radio com.
86,750 Noblltt-Sparks Ind Inc com.*
47,760 North American Car com...*

30",100

*
184,810 Northwest Bancorp com
71,150 Northwest Eng Co com
5,700 Nor West Utll pr lien pref .100
7% preferred.;
...100
10,920
670 Okla Gas Ac El 7% pref....100
2,360 Ontario Mfg Co com........*

330 Northern Paper Mills com

780
950
90

690

1%

1% Nov. 2
Nov. 17

17

32

Sale

1% Sale
Sale

7%
8
47% Sale
1
1%
37

Sale

5% Sale

58%
59
1% Sale
15%
15%

8% Sale
Sale
1% Sale
41% Sale
6% Sale
51

16

Nov.

2

16
.....

8

Sale

30H
Sale

10% Sale
28% Sal
62
S5
40
Sale

8
Nov.
46% Nov.
1
Nov.
37
Nov.
5% Nov.

4

2
5
2

2

9% Nov. 28
52

Nov. 20

1% Nov. 10
45

Nov. 18

7% Nov. 19

12% Sale
x29% Sale
*.65
Sale
B9
Sale

m

—

15'" "!§'

15

18

22

9
27

13)
29)

14%

14%
27% 30
28
Sale

Sale

13

9% Nov. 16
Nov. 13

28
62

Nov.

4

12% Nov. 25
29% Nov. 30
67
Nov. 16

3% Jan.

3

Jan.

4

40

Nov.

2

35% Nov. 4
Nov. 16 113% Nov. 10
Nov. 21
18% Nov. 9 23

111

7% June 26
2
15% Jan.
25

4

Apr.
Feb.

4

Oshkosh Overall Co-

250

10,700

Common.

40

690

Convertible preferred....*

1,750

13,500

Parker Pen Co (The) com..10

For footnotes see page




56.

OH

28
27 H Sale

29

30
Sale

14

15

Nov. 10
Nov.

30

27% Nov. 25

30

14
30

Nov. 12
Nov. 7
Nov.
5

Apr. 27

7% Jan.
104
12

30

18

July

3
5% Jan.
3
32% Jan.
3
% Jan.
26
Apr. 30

10

16
21

Feb. 24

2% Jan.

1% Nov. 12

15

15

*

10% Sale

;

% Jan.
% Jan.
54

17

30

5
May 28
Oct.

25

Nov.

4

Sept. 28
Jan.

6

23
31

Trust—

1,860
2,970
3,300
13,250
9,950

1,500

1%

Sale

Nov.

6

Nov. 10
Nov. 21
6
Nov. 27

6

Sept. 28

12

5% Nov. 16

Nov.'

10
7

Sept. 28

Nov.

25%

26~~ "27""

21%

1%

Nov.

30

Feb.

15% Sept. 28
10% Sept. 28

Mar.

7% Nov.

Nov. 24

50%

49%

6

Nov. 27

Sale

8

%
40

Oct.

% Jan.
.

9

June

Feb.

Apr.
3% July
X Jan.

1

23

July 29
Aug.
4

Feb.

7

Sale

Class A common.......

360

Nov. 29

Mar. 26

29%
4%
13%
7%

Jan.

18

Mar. 14

35

Nat Elec Power—

4,590

May 22
Nov. 23

9

13
2

7%
33%
27%
4%
13%
6%

4
Nov. 12

13

31

35% Jan. 16
12% Nov. 17
13 % July 16
50
July 17
6% Jan. 30
10% Feb. 27
15% Sept. 19
8% Feb. I*
54% Feb.
1

21
29
29
6

6
34

17
7

Jan.

33

29

35%
3%
9%
7%

57

Nov. 10

6

3% Jan.

30
May 19

20

6% Nov.

Mar.

03%

20

Apr.

2% Nov. 18
24% Nov. 28
25% Nov. 19

50

Feb.

100

Jan.

Sept. 11
Feb.
6
Jan.
7

Nov.

Sale

.

6

Oct.

43% Aug. 25
90% Aug. 20
25% Nov. 28

Jan.

Nov. 23

Nov. 24

June 16

1% Jan.

2% Nov. 20
31% Nov. 10

Nov. 18

134

Nov.

10

Nov. 17

120

July
34% Feb.

Nov.

Apr. 29
May 27

48%
51%
16%
13%

Jan.

81

Mar. 18

6

27

16% Nov.
4% Apr.

41

Aug. 13

70

May
Sept.

32

Nov. 20

44

Jan.

39

10

26

75

3)5-5%

11%

6

Mar. 19

May
18% Feb.
31% June

Nov. 20

43% Nov. 19

Nov.

42

Sale

6%
7%

pref.*
•

26,400 Nachman Sprlngfllled com.*
*
6,060 National Battery Co pref

Feb.

1211

2% Jan.
9

Monroe Chemical Co com...*

1,300
1,480

110% Nov. 19
72% Nov. 27

62% Jan
2% Sale
21% Sale
20
Sale

100

'""656

4

18% Nov. 18

Sept.

Nov. 25

14

32% Mar.

July

Nov. 10

Jan.

29

29
40% Nov. 12
17
Sept. 30
22
Jan. 14

Feb.

Nov. 27

18

...100

Preferred

19% Nov.
26% Nov.
22% Nov.

Sale

109

conv

20

Nov. 19

Sale

2!

lien..100

Modlne Mfg com

It*

74

2%

%

7% preferred A...
Miller At Hart Inc

Nov.

9

Nov.

27% Oct.

22% May
8
May

Nov. 18

54

25

Sale

Convertible preferred....*

7% prior lien..

AW

22

Sale

Midland United Co com...
Midland Utll 6%

3
July 22
20% Feb. 17
30
May 27
11
Apr. 27
16% May 11

5

30% Nov.

Nov.
11% Nov.
109
Nov.
63
Nov.
28

62

1H Sale

Masonlte Corp common
Mer At Mfrs Sec cl A com

pref. **A"

Nov. 23

Sept. 10
Apr.
7

14% Nov. 23
17
Apr.
9
13% Apr. 23

9
15

8% Jan.

20% Nov. 18

.

SI*

25

20

.

Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*

cony.

4

10
24
30
12

130"":::::

'37%

81

*

Keystone Steel At Wire com.*

46

55

100

Kentucky Utll fr cum pref.50

$6

Nov. 12
Nov. 7

Jan.

4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

17

9

Nov.

Nov. 30

45
*46

4% Apr.

New.
5,850
112,400 Kellogg Switchboard com.. 10
Preferred..............100
2,940

Prior preferred

Nov.

Nov. 16

Nov.

19

16

11%
26%
24%
40%

Nov.
7
Nov. 13

Jan.

17

33 X

14,580 McCord Rad Ac Mfg "A"
69,820 McGraw Electric com
3,070 McQuay-Norrla Mfg com

Nov. 12

45

23

33

.

Sale

28% Sale
Sale
16% Sale
11%
110
Sale
Sale
Sale
69% 73

Sale
Sale
44

27

27%

'28"

1

Ken-RadTube At Lpcom A

20H

"21% Sale"

10

new....

16
20

13% Sale
10%
15
14
14%
10 "
10%
26% 25%
24* Sale z23
40%
'17% 14%

25

Warrants

Preferred

8

43

Sale
19

I,310
$6 preferred
.......*
29,450 Iron Fireman MfgCoetC
•
214,540 J arris (W B) Co capital.....1
*
7,500 Jefferson Electric Co com

50,390
1,220
249,700
13,300
222,280
8,560
1,560
215,500
1,102,550
166,105
492,900
13,300
173,470
64,490
9,100
18,750
3,680
1,690
28,690
19,950
7,810
: 2,990

16
Sale
27 X

10%

A..*

660 Interstate Power $7 pref

Sale

14 H

Class B
151,830
25
43,650 Illinois Brick Co..
3,290 Illinois Nor Utilities pref. 100
*
4,020 Indep Pneum Tool r t c

18,697
2,850
138,210
40,200
109.800

4

5;;' Nov. 30
9
May 18
8
14% Aug.
32% Oct. 17

Jan.

27

10% Sale
29%
30%

55
11

Inc common.......*

Hormel At Co (Geo)

5,260
7,370

Jan.

18% Jan.

30

Jan.

18

2
6

17% Nov. 5
4% Nov. 30

4% Sale

Nov.; 7

58% Nov. 10

Nov. 23

58

17
Sale
Sale
17 X

3

8%

........

60,630 Hall Printing Co com
10
7,810 Harnlschfeoer Corp com..10
109,330 Helleraan Brew CoGcap...!
5,850 Heller (W E) pref w w
25
Without warrants
2,800
590 Hlbb Spencer Bartlett com. 25
Horders

Oct.

24% Nov. 27
41 % June 20
22% Nov. 28

.

8,100
6,350

Nov. 30

,

12% Nov. 12

87

87

Sale

10 X
8

»

400 McWIlllams Dredging Co....*

~

Nov.

40

Sale

*

Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B

170 Kuppenheimer cl B com....5

3,180
1,280
6,540

10

24

—.4

Gen Household Utll com....*

1,590

1,780

Sale

19 X

64

49,470 Kalamazoo Store common..*
3,210
Rights w 1.

1,320
9,585

10%

40

54

Houdallle-Hershey—

12,600

Nov. 12

27
Sale

17%

n"~ "iix

.ft

General Finance Corp com.

Great Lakes D At D

Nov.

31

26

40

...20

General Candy Corp A

Class A

17

Sale

28

17

16

._*

Goldblatt Bros Inc

Nov. 23
5% Nov. 19
20% Nov. 30
33
Nov. 30

4

Sale

Jan.

_

24

46% Nov. 30
Nov.
9
25 141
Jan. 15
21 110
9
Mar. 17
4
4 20% Nov. 30

...100

Gardner Dearer Co com....*
cum conv

120

9

Nov.

Mar

8

3% Aug. 27
23% May
8

2 108

28

Connell Dock

At Dredge Co com

$3

4 141

Nov.

20
33

Sale

70 Grelf Bros Coop A com.....*

50

7,400

23

Highest
Sale Prices

5% Nov. 17
46% Nov. 30

Nov. 18

5

26

...........*

Class A

Eddy Paper Corp (The)
El Household Uti) Corp..

95 /

23 %

19

Econ Cunnlngh'm Drug com *

Pita Simons

320

18

Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov.

133

107% 104

19

Dixie-Vortex Co com........*

20 Fair (The) preferred

1,500

.....

OH Sale

preference.....*

W*

86

50

40
7

...........100

Preferred

4%

3%

10

910 Deep Rock OH con? pref....*
11,650 Dexter Co (The) com
5

320

,

4% Sale
46% Sale
135% Sale

107
104% Sale
4
5
6%

Cudahy Packing Co pre!.. 100
Curtii Lighting Inc com....*

Common

Sale

Sale
Sale

42

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices
4
Nov.
2
Nov.
2
42

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

5% Sale

Corporation..........5

Crane Co com......

Ask

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936
Bid

Par

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AQQREQATE

55

STOCK EXCHANGE

CHICAGO

DEC., 1936]

Oct.

9

10

Feb.

19

52

Nov. 20

1% Feb. 11
45

Nov. 18

7% June 17
Apr. 11

12

14

Jan.

30% Sept.

18

5

76% Sept. 24
49

Sept. 25

9 113% Nov. 10

23% Apr. 15
15

Nov. 12

27

Jan.
Mar. 11

301

19

Apr. 23

30

July 15
Nov.
5

9

56

CHICAGO

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

17,260

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

410

STOCKS

Pea body Coal Co B com

660

100

Gas 0k Elec A

*

com..

Bid

Ask

134

IK
22

26

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

35

37

1634

Sale

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

234 Sale

2

39

134 Nov.

1734

3734

17 H

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask
Sale

4

334 Nov. 18

1 >4 Jan,

37

Nov.

6

55

Nov. 30

Nov. 25

17

Nov.

16

.8,300
6,000
154,300
23,350
60,700
17,700
34,950
6,450
4,800
2,560
18,010
3,780
3,600
91,450
51,730
73,650

4,050
9,850
1,950
5,250
2,950
2,650
1,000
420
260

1,570
290
350

9,100
6,250
10.250
100

•

5

6

1

434

Potter Co (The) com
Prima Co common

.._..*

37

Common

Nov.

3834 Nov. 10

7% preferred...

Quaker Oats Co

1,950

180

"9~ 700

*

.........100

Packing Co

0% preferred

360

1,960
470

200

80
820

com rtc

...5

2834

tc

Preferred

3,850
1,500
1,020

6

80 Stutz Motor Car

Swift & Co stk

common.

10

25,010
4,560

201,080
.....25
72,840 Swift Internaclonal..
...15

5,400
2,800
60
4,950
3,000

25
39,300 Thompson (J R) com
2,850 United Gas Corp common
1
60 U S Gypsum Co pref
100
93,250 Utah Radio Products com..*
67,000 Utility 8c Ind Corp com
1
Convertible preferred
7
44,800
4.050 Viking Pump Co common
*
Preferred
*
1,280
37,300 Vortex Cup Co com
._...*

5,150
250

....

....

10

Class A
7,650
59,670 Wahl Co com
Walgreen Co com.......
56,000
20
6>£% preferred
2,500 Ward (Montgom) 5k Co cl
12,950 Wleboldt Stores Inc com
69,710 Williams OH-O-Matlc com

20

3,150
3,900

"

l",20O
25,800
♦No

par

9

115

Nov.

118

11834 Nov.

120

81
77

15

15^
234
334
10134 Sale

.

49
103

14

Sale

334

434

"734

3334

Sale

6

108

Ap4

Nov.

3334 Nov. 19
534 Nov. 16
234 Nov. 10

Nov.

3234 Nov. 30

Nov.

108

Nov1.

6

30

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

Sale

1134 Nov. 17

834

834

334
16

Sale

*

New stock,

e

12

"334 Sale"

Sale

1

Sale

334

334
1634

1234
834 Sale

734

*

334

Sale

Sale

Nov. 12

434 Nov. 12
105K Nov. 12
9134 Nov. 25
86

Nov.
Nov.

434 Nov.

99

2

17
20

2134 Nov.

22

1

Sale

534

3234 Sale

36

2534 Nov. 10

3134 Nov.
1034
734
16334
334
34

33

Nov.

Nov. 18

1334 Nov. 16
834 Nov. 30

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

166
4

Nov.

Nov.

1

Nov.

2

Nov.
Nov.

22

*

1034 Sale

Sale

534 Sale

634

com

•

iv7

634 Sale
14

234
20

6

Sale

27

30

1334 Sale

38

Sale
x

2734 2834
4034 Sale
Ex-dividend

7

5
8

Jan. 28
May
8
Nov. 10
Jan. 13
Nov. 27
Jan. 28

1334 Nov. 16
834 Nov. 30
166

Nov.

7

434 Sept. 18
2

Jan.

29

534 Jan.

May
May

27

Jan.

2434 Nov. 24

Mar.
Apr.
Jan.
Apr.

41

142

157

Nov.
Nov.

30

Nov. 13
2434 Nov. 30
13 34 Nov.
6

18*

16

Apr.
Mar.

534 Jan.

Nov. 18

2

1334 Nov.
Feb.

834 Jan.
15

6
24

2634 Nov.

2934 Nov. 19

1934 Jan.

27
18

11

8

Jan.

17

Nov. 18

334 Jan.
3
32
Oct.
7
42 34 Nov. 17

2

42 34 Nov. 17

Nov.

2

11
19

25
Nov. 13
2434 Nov. 30
16
July 31

Jan.

10

7

Nov.

Apr.

38
v

.

Nov. 28

157

4

Nov. 30
Nov. 18

2

60% stock div. paid Aug. 15. 1936.

Mar. 30

Apr.

11634 Nov.

39

1334 Nov.

Sale
Sale

21

Nov. 18
Apr.
7
July
2
Sept. 22
Aug. 20

11634 Nov. 25

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Oct.

1034
334
2534
2634
2634
3534

Apr. 28
Apr. 30

H
234
1534
3934
1734
3334

9

Nov. 12

Jan.
2034 Feb.
3834 Feb.
634 Jan.
Nov.
39
11634 Nov.

434 Nov.
36

11634
152"' !"'! 152
160
15434
1934
2034
2434 Sale
2034
1234 Sale
11
1134
1034

2

com..

Sale
117

Jan.

13

Nov.

7
20

234 Mar.

434 Nov. 30
2414 Nov. 24

534 Sale

91

734 Nov.
16334 Nov.

4034 Nov. 19

Nov. 30

Apr.

'1834 Feb

8H Jan.

7
5

Nov.

22

38

77

20:
28!

"26 H "Nov "27

Nov.

4034 Nov.

114

4

May 7 125
July 15 30
Feb.
5 10034
Aug. 4 33
Apr. 27
1634
Jan. 15 2834
7
Apr. 27

23
23

3

Sale
Sale

14

334 Mar. 14
1634 Sept. 15
534 June 25
3
Apr.
7
18
Aug o4

Nov. 28

40

Sale

30

Feb.

7
12 34 June 30

834 Nov. 12
2

JanV

26

7934 Jan.

7

2

1734

15

Feb. 28 106
Feb.
4
93

61

2

434 Sale
2334
2434

4034

*

*

534,300 Zenith Radio Corn

:

3234 Sale

Sale

11

7
3 34
1

Nov.
2
Nov. 18

26

4 109

June 23
Feb. 28
Nqy.30

Jan.

35

11034
1834
6534
2634
234
1534
234

9

16

Feb.

Nov. 19

Jan.

934 Nov. 20

10034 Nov. 12
32

June 29 140

17

'

Sale

Mar. 10

31

5

24
Nov.
2834 Sale
9834
9934 X9734 Nov.
Sale
31
Nov.
3134 Sale
Sale
1534
1634
1534 Nov.
25
26
2434
2334 Nov.
534
434 '■5-y
454 Nov.
106
104
Nov.
10434 106
90
92
9034
8734 Nov.
Sale
84
8534 Sale
Nov.
Sale
15
15
Nov.
1534
Sale
4
4 34 Nov.
434
1834
1934
1934
1834 Nov.
834
8
Nov.
734

3134

2 123

Jan.

Nov.

2434, Sale

2 120

July

"23" Sale" "2434 Sale"

Sale

8234 Oct.
9
Aug. 28

Jan.

115

Nov.

24

23

6

14134 Oct. 15 150
22
May 26 3334
234 Jan.
6
734
134 Nov. 5
334
11
May
1
3234

Sale

4

2234

Oct.

12934 Nov. 17

77

8934

85

9
30
9

148

6634 Nov.

86
16 34

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

77

105

5

14434
2834
334
134

6934

7634

May
5
Apr. 30
May
5

2

Mar.

11234 Jan.

Nov. 23
Nov. 30

53

w

6

Nov.

26

434

Nov. 24

123

2!* Nov.

3234
1534
2234

23

Jan.

534 Sept.
534 Apr.

Sept. 10

Nov. 13
Nov.
9

434
1734
734

29
Sale

100

Common

16,200 Woodall Indust

a

73

Nov.
Nov.

2134

24J4

A.*

16,300 Yates-Amer Mach part pref.*
60,500 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*

value,

Jan.

1034 Sale
2534 30

24

•

—

153,360

6
Nov.
6
Nov.
4
Nov. 30
Nov. 21

15
5

20
8

6634

Wisconsin Bankshares—

7,350
16,200

23* Mar

•

........

200

7334

4

6

Nov. 30

41
8

7

23

30

*

common

250 Sutherland Paper

„

2
5

55

2234 Apr.
5434 Oct.

5

Apt.

634 Oct.

25

31,260 Sunstrand Mach Tool com..*

8,550

134 Nov.

434 Nov.

32

Nov. 24

434 Nov.
434 Nov.

334 Nov.

108

"1334

9

8

334 Feb.

17

Nov. 25

5434 Oct.

634 Nov.
334 Nov.

100

Common.
..*
41,750
4,320 Stein & Co (A) common
*
13,130 Storkline Fur cony pref.... 10

550

434 Sale
134 Sale
3234 Sale

134
Sale

108.
Sale
30
37

Sale
34

32

334
134

Common. 10

V

Reliance Mffl Co

Sale
79

146

26 34

50c

6,340 Southwestern Lt 8c Pow pfd_*
1,300 St Louis Nat Stockyards cap *
96,550 Standard Dredge cony pref.*

140

5,200
6,300

14334 145

10

com

Raytheon Mff Co

43,100 Schwitzer Cummins capital. 1
*
1,510 Sears Roebuck 5c Co com
3,550 Signode Steel Strap Co pf.30
Common
22,620
4,260 Siyyer Steel Castings com—*
2,340 Sou Colo Power A common.25
1,745 Southw G5cE Co 7% pref.100

500

Sale

116 34 11834 115
118
118
120
11934 120
125
Sale
12434 Sale

180
Preferred..............100
3,505 Rollins Hoe Ml'ls cony pref.*
1,070 Ross Gear 8c Tool com
.*
4,115 Sangamo Electric Co.......*

!.

Sale

Sale
Sale

..100
.....100

com

Preferred
Rath

4

Sale

81
75

Sale

60

6% preferred......

38
Sale
Sale
Sale
2

3634
7 34
334
334
134
434

634

?8
7*8

*

Process Corporation com...*
Pub Serr of Nor 111 com
•

/

970
20

Perfect Circle (The) Co

Pictorial Pap Pkg com
Pines Wlnterfront com

7

2734 Jan

16

55

10 Peoples Gas Lt & Coke caplOO

""350

>

Bid

*

6% proferred

25,100 Penn

Nov. 2

1936
Par

;

:

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

65,230

1,150

EXCHANGE

Price

Since

November

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCK

Ex-rlghts

(Continued from page 53)
THE MONEY

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE

A further
1936

1935

1934

1933

in

Month of November—

Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—
Railroad and miscell-..

part

by

MARKET DURING NOVEMBER, 1936

sharp increase in
a

appreciable reduction in

average

50,467,182

57.459,775

20,870,861

United States Govt

213,556,000
34,941,000
42,198,000

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

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

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

Total bond sales......

290,695,000

301,977,000

250,094,000

313,120,350

quirements went into effect

300,248,022

619,939,996

rise

$

$

State, munlc. & foreign.

$

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

Stock sales—No. of shares
447,446,692
336,046,435
Bond sales (par value)—
/• ;T' '
8
<g
Railroad and miscell
2,617,339,000 2,026,617,000
...

State, munic. & foreign.
United States Govt

33,646,666

308,147,000
295,509,000

ties,

$

JrV.

2,062,331,700 1,926,212,400
344,932,000
558,640,000
704,518,000
653,480,000
832,391,000
458,917,950

on

were

bank reserves, offset

excess

seasonal rise in currency demands,

yields

the features of the month.

on

and an

Treasury securi¬

^Excess bank

reserves

Nov. 18 reached $2,270,000,000, or the highest level since

the middle of

in

excess

August, when the 50% increase in

reserves

Chief

remained

causes

reserve re¬

of the

the continued

further

influx

of

gold from abroad and government disbursements of funds

previously accumulated in the Reserve banks.

VOLUME

3,220,995,000 3,025,029,000 3,453,362,700 3,089,648,350

As

a

direct

OF BUSINESS

ON THE

CURB

result

of

the

issued

Total bond sales

on

Nov; 21 by the Chairman of the Board of Gover¬

EXCHANGE
nors

1936

1935

1934..

1933

W

Domestic--..-..

13,004,919

10,947.984
$

51,266,000

Foreign government...
Foreign corporate
Total bond sales

1,179,000
1,494,000

3,708,344 t

95,301,000
1,333,000

68,244,000
2,450,000

823,000

1,476,000

Domestic.

of the Federal Reserve

indicating that

97,457,000

72,170,000

120,147.697

66,021,091

54,991,035

$

$

S

some

reserves,

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

$

65,823.000

94,211,540
V*,:'V

$ "V-

873,521,000

Foreign corporate

732,465,000 1,058,395,000
16,619,000
14,816,000
11,927,000
11,752,000

33,175,000
23,681,000

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

Total bond sales

761,011,000 1,084,963,000

930,377,000

System which




statement

was

further action might

to

was

interpreted

be taken to

"other

$11,1G2,000,000.

sources," the monetary gold stocks of the country
increased approximately
$140,000,000 to a new high record
On

Nov.

23

it

was

announced

by

the

Secretary of the Treasury that the right of private indi¬

878,337,000

Foreign government...

a

excess reserve funds.
Gold imports
during the month aggregated $69,100,000, with England alone
sending $44,000,000.
Including substantial sums credited

of

53,939,000

.

^ 4.854,095

$

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

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

excess

reduce the amount of

Month of November—

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

as

mounting

viduals to export gold had been abolished
and that there¬
after exports can be made
only through the stabilization
(<Continued

on

page

59)

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

/■??:-?*

'iv:'m

v--?

v^<v,:-*,ur'/

.

r

:vv;

RANGE OF PRICES ON

786,257

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

.

-.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1935

$162,900
2,022,120

4s School House

800

400
4,900

Ask

Bid

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

48 2nd School serial..

Impt

115

1,000

48 Harbor serial

1937

300 4s Harbor serial

1957

1,200

134,500
42,900
4,500

3,000

Shares

4s Paving

103,500

112

1st Preferred

*

▼ t c

49

82 >3

166% 161%

20% Sale
31K

-j—
2%

6,179
4,251
628

560
184

5% preferred

*

364

18,061

99,950

Houston Oil

Sale

—

Sale

18

Sale

18

Nov. 30

Sale

46
3

Sale
Sale

41

Nov.

Sale
:

7%
Sale

28

7% Sale
31% Sale

""I% Sale"

2

2% Nov. 6
6% Nov. 20
28
Nov.
2
27
Nov. 6
1 % Nov. 30

19%
46%
3%
7%
32%
27%
1%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

17
19
9
9
28
12
28

89

Sale

114

1
11
18

90%
Sale

preferred....100

134 Nov. 30
Jan.

12%

84

Jan.

Ill

July

35% Nov 23

11

Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 24
Nov. 9

17

Jan.
Jan.

30% Sale
41% Sale
128% Sale
42%
44
12% Sale

"§1 % Nov.

% Jan.

*21% Sale"
Sale

128

"43H Sale"

7
2

89% Nov.
Nov.
9 114

44

42

2

.

4
41%
126
Nov. 18 129%
40% Nov. 9 43%
12
Nov.
5
12%
37

Nov.

1

WT
15%

Sale"

16%

.Sale" *19% Sale*
45

28

88

39% Apr.
934 Jan.
934 Jan.

6

58

2

20

Nov.
6
Nov. 17

Nov. 23

45

Nov. 23

Nov.

3
50

16% Nov.
45

-----

23

Nirv. 19
Feb.
6
Oct. 15
Nov. 28
36
Feb. 15
1% Nov. 28
Jan.

8

56% Apr.

17

Feb.

18

27 119

17

17 114
4

94% Aug. 12
Feb.
8

16 116
9

1

Jan.

2

6

30% Nov. 23
41% Nov. 30
8 139
Oct. 13
15
50
Jan. 14
7

4

10

May 27

12% Oct.
9% Jan.

«!*

Feb.

11

14% Aug.

4

25

Feb.

25

45

25

58

19

46%
5
7%
32%

May

27

Nov.

86

113

88

Sale
Sale

Oct.

22% Jan.

Nov. 17

Sale

113% Sale

15

Nov. 27

16% Apr.
July
Jan.
Jan.
July

26%
%
2%
19%

56% Apr.
July

84% Sale
114

413* Oct.

Apr. 21
4
553* May
8
7534 July
63
Apr. 24
4434 Sept. 19
3
100
Apr. 30 1013* Apr
a
93* Aug.
8
May
5

103

*

Preferred

4

49
4
4 101
34

111

.25

45

49

100% Nov. 18 100% Nov. 18

-

3

100

Preferred

Jan.
Jan.

17
84

18%

95 Humphrey Mfg Co com.....*

15

Nov. 27

5 100% Nov. 14

6

..._*

Class B__

680 Guilford Realty com...
10

153* Jan.

117

.100

...100

Darlson Chemical Co—
*
59,337 Eastern Sugar Assoc com—1
Preferred
1
22,834
7,692 Fidelity At Deposit
20
7,165 Fidelity At Guar Fire Corp. 10
3,718 Finance Co of Am class A-..*

50

Nov.

41

2%

22% Sale

pf--100
10

Nov.

Apr. 22
5534 May
4
7534 July
8

100 %

100

33% Sale

Conaol Gaa E L At Power

4,882

45

100% Nov.

10%

*

5%% preferred
604

36% Nov. 16

87%

370

282

2

5 112

31

....25

Preferred

Chea Ac Pot Tel of Bait

40% Nov.

1
3

5
1133* Mar. 12 1133* Mar. 12
Oct.
7
115
111
Apr. 23
2
1023* July 21 1053* Apr.
Nov.

112

5

par

Black At Decker common—

Commercial Credit

Sale

39

101%

100

Bait Transit Co com ▼ t c... ♦

248

Nov.

5 112

Nov.

.

Sale

1975

Arundel Corporation
*
56,0i
11,887 Atlantic Coaat L (Conn)...50

Apr.

115

2

15 11634 June
10 11534 July
24 11834 Oct.

113>* Feb.

4,000 Danville Traction 1st 5a..1941
1950
1,000 Georgia Marble 6s flat
1,000 Maryland & Pa 1st 4s
1951
36,000 North Ave Market 6s....1940
48,000 Read Drug & Chem 5%s.l945
1941
31,000 Wash B A A 5a flat

1,893

Oct.
Jan.

115

Loan.........1951

STOCKS.

Apr.
Jan.

116

1951

5a

Oct. 30
3 1193* June 11
14 1133* May 14
13 11834 Sept. 17
Apr. 24
24 115
Apr.
7
7 118
21 10234 Aug. 21
Oct.
6
6 116

102% Aug.

1,957,350 Bait Transit Co 4s flat.. 1975
A 5s flat
1975
435,300

Shares

5,107
3,568
1,476
3,901

house........1957

48 Water serial
1958
1,600
4s 2nd Water serial
1947
1,200
..1943
1,000 5s Water Loan.
1.400 3%s New Sewerage Imp.. 1980
1,200 Atlantic Coast Line 5% ctfs..

B

Jan.

114

4s Engine

1,400

8

115

2,000

4s Jones Falls

16

113% May
118
Apr.

500 4%s Sewer Serial..
1947
300 4s Conduit—
........1962
1958
300 4s Conduit

200

Oct.

July

112

1961

Sewerage

1

25 118

Feb.

114% Feb.
116

1948

4s

25 1173* Apr.

Mar. 28 117
Oct. 30 112

114

1961

*

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—
*
1,400 4s Annex Improvement.. 1954
4,100 4s Annex Improvement.. 1951

■V

-

Jan. 2

BONDS

1

Jan.

w->.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Since

In

-

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
November

y

BALTIMORE

3ALES

1936

$186,100
2,590,050

Bond Sales

•

November

80,982
578,099

106,186

Shares

AQOREOATE

1935

1936

Stock Sales

November

BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

May 27

Mar.
Mar.

24
10
7
3

30

Feb.

26

20% Jan.

15

Nov. 23

Aug. 31
1% Mar. 11

394
833

1,850

1,303 Mfrs Finance common * t...*
lat preferred
.....
.25
3,900
Second preferred
25
3,071
1
20,423 Mar Tex Oil.
....

2 Maryland Ac Pa RR com...
680 Mercantile Trust Co
8,001 Merch At Miners Tranap
«

39
519
820
212

302

100
50
*

6,738 Monon W Penn PS 7% pref 25
1,495 Mt Vern-v> oodl Mills Com 100

2,395

Preferred

1 %

"1% Sale"
1%

Sale

12%
2%
3

24

.....

Sale

12

Sale
Sale

*3%

Sale

I"I

Sale
27% Sale
42%

6

Nov.

7

78

May 27
May
2

IS

Feb.

13

Feb.

19

262% "Nov ."18 248
31
41
Nov. 14
42% Nov.
2
24
24% Nov. 19 27% Nov. 2
5
Nov.
9
5
Nov,
9
40
69% Nov. 4 77% Nov. 23

Apr.

1 262% Nov. 18

Jan.

8

45

Oct.

2

28

Aug.

2

Nov.

6

3

251%
42

26

Sale

26%

"66" I illI II "78*" "80""

-.100

1% Nov.

1% Nov. 30
Nov. 23

12

2% Nov.

Sale
3%

245"" :::: 253"
32%

Sale"

3% Nov. 13
3% Nov. 23

4

"""187

13

Nov.""6

v:in
21 National Marine Bank

7,546
16

22,115
256

30

88,419 New Amsterdam Casualty. 5
50
1,228 Northern Central Ry
1
98,845 Owlngs Mills Distillery
•
2,388 Penna Water At Power

13%
94%

IIIII

Sale
96%

90"

Sale

16

101% .....
1% Sale
95

94

.....

28

""""80
"""414

80 Phillips Packing Co., pref. 100
..100
71 Real Estate Trust Co

1,009
100

23,379
96
♦

No par

Class B

Preferred

182,591 US Fidelity Ac Guar
1,411 Western National Bank

value




Nov. 18 102

....

"II" ""Nov." 17

.■

12

Nov. 19

Nov .""6

10

Apr.

14

June
Jan.

1

Oct.

87

Jan.

Apr.

109% Feb.
101

Nov.

15%

Sale

28

Sale

28%
35%

Sale
Sale

26% Nov. 24
35% Nov.
6

30

Nov. 18

35% Nov.

6

Nov.

7

3% Nov. 13
3% Nov. 23
4

Feb.

5% Oct.

19
19

4
22

77% Nov. 23
45
Apr.
17% Oct.
102% Nov.
2
Aug.
98
July

110% June
102

Aug.

58

8% Feb.
9% Apr.

24
7
27

17
16
1

Nov. 19

12

Sept.
13% Apr.
Jan.
34

Aug

11

Sept.- 1
UK Oct. 26
Oct.

10

10
2
20

10

95

57

■Seaboard Comm'l com A— .10

60

•ts.

101

June

42

16% Nov. 19
14% Nov. 18
102% Nov. 23 102% Nov. 27
1 % Nov.
1% Nov.
9
2
Sale"
Nov. 20
92%
87% Nov. 16 93

16% Sale

""I%

Jan.

13

30

30

Nov. 18

36% Apr.

1

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1936

November

AQQREGATE

•_

SALES

1935

701,158
6,096,251

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

759,961
4,670,940

Jan. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE JAN.

BONDS

1936

$
5,000 Boston 9c Albany 4*s
363,000 East Mass StKK serA

"7",000
10,100
7,000
2,000

127,800
17,000

,

Nov. 2

■,

Nov. 30

Shares

Lowest

13,552
7,382
3,314
120,842

598

IV4K

1948

53

957

15
115

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

86

147
116

400

171

4,054

""'107

3,247

168
30

140

2,600

10,694
754

67

390

Amor

6%

Pneumatic Senrlce... _,/&
preferred...50

non-cum

First pre .erred
Amer

............loo

Boston ft

Albany........to#

Boston Elevated....

too

Boston Herald Traveler
Corp*
Boston ft Maine pref
stpd.10*

Common.......
Preferred

5,192

.

.

common

25

RR~pf

66,784
8,207
15,306
13,163
20,363
9,294
9,514
6,358
13,574
30,926
2,994
4,742
48,268
11,042
12,917
1,551
27,026

715
634

762
1,266
972
756
708

6,985
1,372
230

540

5,181

3,226

jo

Copper Range Co

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Eastern Gas ft Fuel
Assn

5,883
3,524

115

Eastern SS Lines.

IncIIH

849

V

Edison Elec

22,629
1.114

815

11,482
186,850

Employers' Group Assoc T C*

Col!". *

Cooperage A

com. *

10
9
14

9

14*

"15H

Jan.

23

85

Jan.

30

99*
99* 109

91* Nov. 30

100* Nov. 28
100* Nov. 27 100* Nov. 27

91

Mar.
Feb.

Nov. 18

100

Nov.

5

com

3* Sale
6*
*

1*

Sale

J*

Sale

4

Sale

20

187*

Sale

24

1* Nov. 27
Nov.

2* Nov. 4
5* Nov. 16

9

Nov. 13

177* Nov.

105*
Sale

68

Sale
Sale

6*

24

River Co

Sale

25

7

116""

108

150

152

H50

68* Sale
32
32*
4

7

8* Sale
7*
8*
3
6
6*
35* Sale
29* Sale
10
11* Sale
9*
12 X
9*
8*
"12" 13*
14H
"13"
13*
14* To"
UH
10*
18
15

18

4 190

29

Nov. 17 116" Nov."l9
Nov. 27 157
Nov.
6
2
69
Nov. 18
Nov.

2

14 K

160

4

12 X

4*

Sale

1

2

100
ioo

75c

53

54*
2*

2

48* Sale
11* Sale
4

13
50

Sale

60

18* Sale
156* Sale

...

ig

1?*

"15""

16

"17"

152

4*

Sale

*14 *

Sale
2

1*

Sale
60c

80c

13*

Nov.

16

2

Nov.

8* Nov.
* Nov.
6* Nov.

121

5
6

Nov.

Nov.

69

Nov.

64* Nov.

* Nov.

Sale

47

Nov.

54

Nov.

Nov.

23

Sale

22

1*

5

1 *

5*

1

11*
16*

Sale

17*
33

39

5

6

27

30
2

1*
*

Sale

33

Jan.

3
62

8* Feb.

18

3

■

Feb.

Nov. 18

50

6

16

May

160* Nov.

5

145

IK
Sale
Sale

Nov.
Jan.

53

1

10

9*

7*
19

1*

IK
Sale

38*

9

1*

2

70c

5

Sale
"

10

Sale

1*

2

17* Sale
12* Sale
33*
38
3

Sale

53

55

132

Sale

9

4

85
Sale

40c

Sale

31c

14*

75

80

4*

85

1*

8*
57*

17* Nov. 30

2

8* Nov. 16
53

26

28

2*

Sale'

18* Sale

Nov.

2

28

2

Nov.

4

<

17* Nov.

2

Sale

l6*

Sale

32* Nov. 17

3

Sale

55

Sale

1* Nov.
52* Nov.
7* Nov.

Sale

*

*

139* Sale
9

85

l6c

Nov.

Sale

24

36*
37*
41 * Sale
22*

3

preferred.........
*
20,114 Texla Oil
.....1

22

30

14,204 Torrlntfvon

92

Sale

2*

2*
Sale

19*
4*

Sale

51

Sale

99*

„

5*

Sale"

8
4
7

2
6

9* Jan.
7* Jan.
18* Jan.

Nov.

2

1* Jan.

Nov. 17
90 I Nov. 13
4* Nov. 2
85c
Nov.
6

Nov.
Nov.

112

Nov.

5

16* Nov.
* Nov.
27* Nov.

Nov. 19
1* Nov. 2
35
Nov. 18

46

Nov.

44* Nov.

23

Nov.

23

2

Nov.

25

Nov.

19

5

Nov. 25

80c

14

8

Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov. 28
Nov. 19

3* Nov.
112

"Nov. 20

* Jan.

12* Nov.

57* Nov. 12

Nov.

75c

26*
Sale

19

38* Jan.
7* Nov.
8c
Aug.
117* Mar.
5* Mar.
73
May
2* Apr.
25c

110

3* Nov.

Oct.
Jan.

16* Oct.
56c

Jan.

4* May
8* Apr.
22* Oct.
35c

Sale

1
3

16* Jan. 21

36

Nov.

10

Nov. 10

Feb.

5* Jan.
6
26* May 29
1 * May 27
40c
July
2

3* Nov. 10

Nov.

132

Sale

4

Nov. 10

14

18

Sale

1

3

11

7%

6

1 * Nov.
5
1* Nov. 13

2

36

36c

1*
26*
42*
19*

66 "Nov.

6

85

Sale

Nov. 25

8* Nov. 16

1* Nov.
70c
Nov.

Sale

17

14*
1* Sale
23* Sale

7*

95
Sale

110*

Nov. 16

40

50c
111

Sale

56c

15* Nov. 20

Sale

Sale

$

42

17

Sale

""* """*
119*

5* Jan.
13* July

Sale

26

65c

10

16

2

55

7*
57

Feb.

11

Nov.

4
40

Sale
50

99* Sale"

26

2* Nov.
14

2* Nov.

Nov.

15

16* Nov.
2* Nov.
48
99

4
Nov. 12

-&5* Nov. 30
SVjsov. 6

Nov.
Nov.

6

Nov. 19

Oct.

51
4

2

l66*~No"v."~9

6
Apr. 22

Apr

23

May

4
Apr. 23

29

Mar.

20

Jan.

2

Apr.
8
Apr. 14
Feb. 15

44* Nov. 12
1* Jan.
8
16

Nov. 16

19* Feb. 17
Sept. 22
11* Sept. 23

53

60

Nov.

6

2* Jan. 17
1* Aug. 15
28

Nov. 10

3* Nov. 10
19
18

Nov. 20
Mar.
4

45

Mar.

3

3*
57*
7*
*

Feb.

7

Nov. 12

Nov. 19

Sept. 29
Nov. 19

Mar. 18
Nov. 13
90,
5
5* Feb.

85c
112

Nov.

Feb.

6

28

Mar. 11

7?«

Apr. 23

35

Nov. 18

45* Oct. 30
26* Feb. 17
1* Feb. 20
3* Nov. 6

1* Oct.
15* Jan.
1* Jan.

26

11

Jan.

15

14)
1)
25

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

July

90* Jan.

Mar.

28
5

2

27*
2*
3*
14* Sale
24* Sale

6
31

Mar.

Apr.

20

36* May 12

15*
17*

13

July

Jan.

44* Nov. 12
1* Nov. 5

2*
Sale
Sale

9

Feb.
Mar.

Jan.

169*
65 ^

25* Nov. 12

2

Nov.

5
6

ilH

June

Nov.

Nov.

23

60

8* Jan.

it*

Nov.

24

Mar. 25

Jan.

83

2

26

59

Jan.

1* Jan.

22

Sale

*

60

Jan.

Nov.

%

43* Nov. 25
1 * Nov.
9

Sale

see page

6* Jan.
Sept.
3* Jan.

50c

23* Sale

2

•

2

109

41* Jan.

6

Feb.

16* Nov.

Mar.

150

25

fit*

7

5* Jan
* Feb

44*

43*

36*

....

2d

18

16* Nov. 27
156* Apr. 16

23

18* Nov.
145

8

14

28

Nov.

6

Oct.

14* Nov. 30
5* Nov. 30

Nov.

54

55

21
20*
155* Sale

Nov. 10
Nov. 36

Jan.

11

11
31

Feb.

Nov. 25
Nov. 30

si*

10* Nov.
4

jf

9

Nov. 12

1

16* Sale
1*
2
11
11*
15* Sale
1*
1*




16* Nov.

Feb.

Feb.
Feb.

15

7
Nov. 12

52

65c

For footnotes

2
4

6

11* Jan. 24
21
Sept. 10

16* Nov.

Nov. 27

12

21

14

~Wi Nov. 19

65

Reece Button Hole Mach.. 10
Reece Folding Mach Co....is
Shawmut Assn T C

Suburban Elec Secur com..*

P

9

Nov. 28

Feb.

10* Jan. 28
6
Sept. 10

16

Nov.

Sale

14* Sale
5* Sale
11* 12*

Feb.

41

8*

14* Nov. 5
16* Nov. 27
152* Nov. 13 154
Nov. 14
4
Nov.
4
4* Nov. 30
12* Nov.
1* Nov.

Nov. 19
Oct. 23

33* Nov. 21

6* Sale
69* Sale
63* Sale

Qulncy Mln' Co As'tunp'd.Jf
Assessment paid

Stone A Webster Inc cap stk

70

52* Jan.

*..100 107*

15,794 Cld Colony....
/(|
18,266 Old Dominion Co...
* 25
1.888 Pacific Mills
l..Iii#0
45,589 Pennsylvania RR
I.50
4.990 Pond Cr Pocahontas Co
*

157

35* Nov. 2
11* Nov. 5
9* Nov. 17

27* Nov. 23

10

16*

Sale

7
6*
65* Sale

1

c

110

33* Nov. 21
6* Nov. 5
8* Nov. 9

6* Nov. 5
7* Nov. 23

Nov. 24
Nov. 19
11* Nov. 13
Nov. 28
Nov. 16

9

Nov. 27
45* Sept. 30

67* Nov.
;■

Jan.

190

12

"12"

16

14*

30c

7

shs t

2* Nov. 4
Apr. 16

109

18

com

7

98* June 29

2iP

Nov. 30
Nov. 27

4

8*

ioo

Preferred

80

Oct.

6 100* NoV. 28
5 100* Nov. 27
2 90
July
2

51

155*

153

140

16*

New England Tel
A Tel...900
New

1,151

1,724

Sale

'38

15

11*

70c

2.50

112

6,304
12,188

*

10

I.'lOO

1,050

355

7

11*

jo

N Y N H A
Hartford

70,894
21,449
6,556
11,158
58,822
71,646
20,487

835

97* June^26

70
70

Nov. 12

87

Rets for $50 pd on
new stk.
Rets for $150
pd on new stk

North Butte..
*167 Northern RR (N
H)

25

15,693

11
8
7

Rights

937

25

9

Illumination.100

450 Nat Service Co

100

380

9

•

41,109 Mass Utll Associates v t
«._.*
11,855 Mermentbaler
Linotype...
5,040 Narragansett Rac'g Assn" Incl

164

5,506

8

8

.......100

345

6
24

2d
preferred.....
*
Economy Grocery 8torsi'"»

7,069 Loew's Theatres
11,689 Maine Central.....
8,697
Preferred

1,082

J*
23

.

725 Int'l Button Hole Mach
Co.
19,847 Isle Royal
Copper........

120

1*

A*

Sale

29

"~3* "~3*

Co..__.._ioo
preferred....
"ioo
Preferred B
"jwo
Adjustment
..J
ioo

ctfs!""Il

4,609

98

'16* 117*
65* Sale

First

.

1,755

1*

107

j* % Cum Prior pref. 100
6% Cum preferred..... ioo

3,354 Hathaway Bakeries cl A.
3,944 Hatha way's Bakeries
pref...*
3,424
Class B
♦
20,231 Helvetia Oil Co tr

517

1,448
1,325

2*

J*

25
Sale
24*

East Mass St
Ry

80 Grief Bros

""'555'

66,068

2

JH

con

.

120

97* June 26
85
Nov. 13
91 * Nov. 30

84

Sale

90
July
98* June 29

East Boston Co.*

4,625 General Capital
Corp..
•
749 Georgian Inc
(The) A pre"f_20
16,792 Gilchrist Co
•
30,214 Gillette Safety Rasor

250

Ask

100

6 Conn & Pass
Rivers

15", 946

•

98*
98* 105

jee

....

100
Prior pref
."..III 100
Class A 1st pref
stamped 160
1st preferred class A
100
Class B 1st pref
stamped 100
Class B 1st preferred
100
Class C 1st pref
stamped 100
1st pref class C
ioo
Class D 1st pref
stamped 100
1st pref class D
100
Boston Personal
Prop Tr
»
Boston 9c Providence.
*101
Brown A Durrel Co

39,003 Calumet 9c Heels
1,841 Cliff Mining Co.......""

505

2,064

90
93

Ask Bid

Par

.....

:

91*

1948

...

_

-

10,793

20

85*

91

155 *
23 *

26,888
20,187
2,191
3,271

1,936

5,040

84

88

23*

54

~~2~, 734

990

82*

80

50

8.887
15,920
13,730
1,042
1,452

1.835

4,396

3,085

70*

Telep At Toleg
..100
474 Blgelow-Sanford
Carpet... »
680
Preferred..

8,015

-

70
73

Bid

1978

STOCKS

Shares.

200

>

Ask

Series D 6s
26,850
1948
1,000 tK C Mem & Birm 4s
1934
2,000 Oklahoma Nat Gas 4*s.. 1951

280

•

Bid

Series B 6s

Series C 6s

1

Jan. 2
»

$

1935

$107,850
964,450

..1,047,900

Price

Since

November

1936

$26,100

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

BOSTON

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

-

Bond Sales

November.-I--.

3

2«5H
S5H
104

Nov. 19

Sept. 23
Nov. 12

Nov. 30

Sept.

5

Oct.

8

Feb.

10

Mar.

7

v

X

Since

In
November

Jan. 1

8hares

Shares

5,537
722

1,479
6.733
460

5,340
12,976
290
>,

"

1,856
4,529

Price
Jan. 2

Par

Ask
X
22X
25%
4
Sale
85
Sale
39
Sale
%
%
63c
Sale

Bid

Warren Bros

—

(S D) 5 Co com

Warren

...

25c

26 X

27 X
8

IX
Sale
1
IX
4%
6%
1

k

*
♦

Sale
Sale

9
36

Sale

28

Sale"

17X

8ale
4% Sale

9%

the

attention was
instalment
purchases of motor cars and various electrical household
appliances played a considerable part in the increase of
such loans.
Discount holdings of the 12 Reserve banks fur¬
ther receded from $6,170,000 Oct. 28 to $6,065,000 Nov. 25,
the open market again

while bills bought in

THE NEW YORK STOCK

Rates

collateral)

1

2...
3-„
4

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

1

•;■■■

Four months

1

Holiday

5...

1

Nov.

6

1

Nov.

8

Nov.

9

RenewaI

Good 4 to 6

10

12.._
13.

I

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Nov.

1

1

1

1

I

Nov. 20

1

Nov. 21
Nov. 22

1

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1

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1

Nov. 25-.

1

Nov. 27

1

Nov. 28

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1

1

l

Nov. 26

:.

1

1

1

1

1

1

—

Saturday

—

Sunday

7'"

1

1

l

rates on security

RATES"

RECORD OF TIME LOAN

Rates on Mixed

90 Days

Collateral

4 Months

5 Months

6 Month

Nov.

3..

Nov.
Nov.

IX

1%

1%

1%

5__

i

1%

1%
1%

Nov.

6.x

i%

1%

1%

Nov.

7..

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8..
9..

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1%

Nov.

10—

1%

IX

Nov.

16..

17..
Nov. 18.
Nov. 19..

Nov.

_

20—
Nov. 21

Nov.

1%
1%

1%

1%

1%
1%

1%

1%

discussed

conditions

1%
1%

1%

1%

1%

Nov.

Secured by

Accept'ces

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

Nov.

25-.

Nov.

.-----

1%

1%
IX

1%

1%

1%
1%

1%
1%

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1%

1%

1%

1%

<

1%

1%
1%
1%
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1%

1%

1%

Nov.

1%

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29
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Sunday

23

27—

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x-3™
Saturday

22

contitnued in active bank demand,
supply remained inadequate. Rates
held unchanged at %% for average grade prime four- to sixmonth commercial paper.
Under date of Nov. 17 the Federal
Reserve Bank of New York announced that returns received
paper

the .available

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14—

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1%
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180 Days

Sunday
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150

120 Days
Days
90 Days
60 Days
30 Days
Bid & Ask Bid & Ask
Rid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask Bid & Ask

%-3J6

*

—

22_.
23._
Nov. 24..

Nov.

market for bankers'

BANKERS' ACCEPTANCES

3

5

1%

Nov.

in the

sales of bills during November
limits that have prevailed
for some time past, and the rate structure of the bill market
also
was
unchanged.
During October the outstanding
amount of bills arising from domestic warehouse credits
rose $9,000,000 further, and,
as in September, this was the
principal change in total outstandings.
Most of the rest
of the increase for October occurred in import and in export
bills, both of which Showed increases of
approximately
$3,000,000.
The total volume of bills outstanding at the
end of October, although $15,000,000 larger than in Septem¬
ber, was $33,000,000 smaller than a year ago, chiefly as a
result of a reduced amount of domestic warehouse bills.
Accepting institutions held $296,000,000 of bills on Oct. 31,
or about 90%
of the total outstanding."
,
/

2____

1%
1%

V

continued dull, with rates

imports showed an

1

:
1%

Satur day

1%
1%

acceptances

X

1

1

1%

:

Holl day

1%
1%

ix-

%

%

X

months
months.

Call Loans

1%

1%

15..

Nov.

1%

1%

Nov.

—

vl%

'

Sun day

Nov.

IX

1%

1%

Satur day

'

IX

1%

1%

acceptances as follows:
"Dealers' purchases and

Holi day

x;
'

11
Nov. 12
Nov. 13..
Nov. 14..

'.i

1%

1%

1%

4__

IX

1%

IX

PRIME
,

Sun day

I.¬
2_.

\

remained within the same narrow

Holiday

—

collateral remained nominal
The sustained activity in trad¬
ing on the security markets failed to produce any increase
in the demand for accommodations, and transactions were
again largely confined to the renewal of existing loans.

Nov.

1%

1%

$81,561,069 to $76,54$,201. Rates for bankers' accept¬
throughout the month continued to be quoted at y±°fo
and 3/16% asked for 30-day, 00-day and 90-day bills;

view,"

Sunday

Nov. 23..

60 Days

1%

5/16% bid and *4% asked for 120-day bills, and at %%
and 5/16% asked fbr bills running 150 and 180 days.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank, in its "Monthly Re¬

Saturday

—

Nov. 30..

30 Dags

IX

1%
IX

bid

1

_

1%% for all maturities.

Nov.

IX

.1%

at

1

DAILY

1%

1%

ances

1

Sunday

Time loan

at

1%

1X

from

1

Nov. 29..

15.-

—.—

1%

Compared with last year,
increase, with $109,921,036 against $105,531,171, while
domestic warehouse
credits declined from $87,686,055 to $65,111,988, bills based
on
exports from $74,653,374 to $67,008,011, and bills based
on
goods stored in or shipped between foreign countries

I

Saturday

Nov. 14

_—

.

only bills based on

18--

1

1

Nov.

-i.--.--

$362,984,286 Oct. 31, 1935.

and

1

1

Nov.

collateral)

outstanding
against the
preceding month, their total again remained below last
year's figure.
According to the survey of the Acceptance
Analysis Unit of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York,
published Nov. 16, outstanding acceptances at the end of
October totaled $330,205,152 against $315,000,590 Sept. 30

1

Holiday

Nov. 11...

and Indus,

Trading in bankers'

1

1

1

1@1

remaining unchanged during the month. While
bills showed another moderate seasonal increase

1

1

1

Nov.

Nov. 28

1

IX

Prime 4 to 6

1

Nov. 19.

Sunday

i

1@1

1

Double and single names:

1

Saturday

7...

Nov.

,Y.

Nov. 21

|

Commercial paper:

17..

i

Nov.

14

1@1

Six months

16..

1

1

Nov.

1

Five months---

Nov.

I

,

1@1

and industrial

Sixty days....-.--.--.
Ninety days

Nov.
•

outstand¬
30 and

_ __

collateral)

Nov.

Sunday

...

*.

Thirty days

bid
Nov. 1

_

Time loans (mixed

*

EXCHANGE

3
3
26
9
13
7
17
23

YORK

MONEY AT NEW

Stock Exchange:
for week (mixed and industrial

Week's average (mixed

$6,732,-

High

Loiq,

Feb.
Aug.
Oct.
Oct.
May
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.

showed a total

commercial paper dealers

Nov. 7

unchanged at 1%.

Renewal

Mar. 17
Mar. 10
Oct. 16
Feb. 26

Call loans on

$6,850,652,000 Nov. 18, but subsequently
receded to $6,794,650,000 Nov. 25.
Government financing
was limited to four weekly $50,000,000 bill issues to replace
similar maturities.
On Nov. 30 announcement was made
that the mid-December financing would total $1,500,000,000,
of which sum $300,000,000 will constitute new borrowing,
and that another $300,000,000 would be borrowed on weekly
$50,000,000 bill offerings.
Average rates on 273-day bills
declined from 0.12% to 0.08%, while average yields on longterm Treasury bonds dropped from 2.32% to 2.12%, and
those on short-term notes from 0.81% to 0.62%.
On the
Stock Exchange the official rate for call loans remained

High

6

Nov.

50c

22

15c Jan.

21% June 20 28%
9%
4
Jan.
2
94%
83
Jan. 16
42
37% Aug. 29
2%
% Jan.
6
1%
% Ja .
9
1%
30c
Apr. 15
6%
2% Apr.
2
135
124
Jan. 24
9% Jan.
4 19%
4% Jan.
2 11%
37%
21
Mar. 31

Week Ended-

003,000 Oct. 28 to

Low

19% Nov." 7
11% Nov. 17
Nov. 2

36

RATES FOR

$3,087,000

CALL LOAN RATES ON

6

30
27
9
18
20
5
17

$198,800,000 of open market commercial paper
ing on Oct. 31 compared with $197,300,000 Sept.
$180,400,000 at the end of October, 1935.

remained virtu¬

ally stationary at $3,086,000 Nov.* 25 compared to
Oct. 28.
Total member bank reserves rose from

'

4
2
5

17% "i7% Nov.'"2
9
Nov.
2
10%
31
Nov. 16
36%

36

part of the increase,

the financing of consumer

called to the fact that

1

4

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

of

international mone¬
tary agreement of Oct. 13 and to such other countries as
may obtain special linceses for single transactions.
Indica¬
tive of the further recovery in business and industry, the
steady rise in commercial borrowings, included in "loans
other than loans on securities" was continued during the
month, with the gain irj, this position over last year now rang¬
ing from 18 to 21%. While purely commercial demands were
credited with the larger

Sale Prices

133

17%
10%

-

90c

by the Bank from

56)

(Continued from page

countries adhering to

fund to those

Sale

131

132

124

Highest
Sale Prices

50c

2
4
4

26% Nov.
6% Nov.
92% Nov.
40
Nov.
1 % Nov.

Sale

93% Sale
40% Sale
1% Sale
1
Sale
1
1%
6
6%

90c

Lowest

Sale Prices

27*%
8%
94%
41%
1%
1%
1 %

Nov. 24

25c

45c

25c

40c
Sale
7X Sale
93 X Sale
40
40 X

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

15c

11,587 Union Copper Ld 8c Mtn Co 25
5
8,468 Union Twlet Drill
1
10,961 United Gas Corp
United Shoe Mach Cor p...52
70,463
Preferred..., ,
25
6,685
22,750 Utah Apex Mining— .. ...5
J
210,756 Utah Metal 8c Tunnel
*
2,559 Venezuela Holding Corp
1,020 Venezuela Mexican Oil CrplO
365 Vermont 8c Massachusetts 100
....
•
16,046 Waldorf System Inc

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

STOCKS

44,513
1,597

158

JAN. 1

RANQE SINCE

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AQQREQATE

59

STOCK EXCHANGE

BOSTON

Dec., 1936]

%-3»e

%~316

%-316

(Continued on page 113)

'

'V.

'? I

y

-

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock' Sales

'

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 3(L

AQQBEOATE

1935

479,400
4,866,896

_

SALES

1936

,

November

philadelphia

v.

1936
Bid

1,000 Bell Telephone 5s

982,492 Elec & People* tr ctfa
9,233
Small Bonds
r.ooo Lehigh Valley 4%s
4,000
Annuity 6s

Shares

Sale

ii'H Sale

12

Sale

Uili 112"

18

112

23

16

651

"■3325

4H

4

225

Sale
Sale
4H

50

22 H

720
107
6,210
1,504
1,331
9,170

100

567

Wheel Co

2

.*

Preferred

.

9

7 126 H Apr.

Nov.

16

Nov. 20

16

Nov. 20

20

Mar. 26

8

19
43

May

Jan.

22

Jan.

3

11134 Nov. 18 112

Nov.

9

16

7

4

9% Oct.

Jan.

22

25

23 101

Nov. 20

8

Jan.

104% Jan.
Jan.

23

27

May
6
23
Sept.
1
38Hi July
7
106H May 23 112H Jan. 27
110
Feb. 28
July
8 113
110H Mar. 17 110H Mar. 17
104% June 17 106H Apr. 29
110
Aug, 21 111
July
1
31 101.24Mar. 31

4%

27% Sale
188 H Sale
Sale
8
Sale
5H

26 % Nov.
176H Nov.
5

29 H Nov. 13
6
4 190
Nov. 27

Nov.

4

8

Nov. 30

40H
24 H

121% Sale"
9H Sale
90

122 H
11

96

Sale

10

90H
21%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Jan.

Nov. 18 41
Nov. 4 29%
Nov. 14 124H
Nov.
2
14H

Nov. 18

Sept.

6

Oct.

23

!

Jan.

Nov/28

Aug. 21
May
5
Aug. 24
May
5
Aug.
ft

Jan.

Nov.

Nov. 30

Jan;

Sale

10 H

Sale

10

July
Sept.
Nov.

2

11% Nov. 28

8

3

Feb.
:

Jan.

Nov. 30
Nov. 17

29

Nov. 27
Nov. 30

Feb.

38H 41H 40H
29 % Sale
24 H
121 % Sale
121 %
13 H Sale
11

80

12 H

25

42
25 H

24 % Sept.
149% Apr. ;
July
May

i

Mar.

ft

Nov.

Apr.

5
*

Preferred

Preferred

..100

.__._*

925

141,328 Pennsylvania RR
50
8,476 Penna Salt
Manufactur'g.50
1,320 Penn Traffic com

789
4,262

100 Philadelphia
Company com. *
7,810 Phila Elec of Pa J5 pref.....*
40,785 Phila Elec Pow pref
...25

100

5,879
4,095

926 Phila Insulated Wire.......*
44,831 Phila Rapid Transit
50
18,913
7% preferred..
/
50

'""377

9,756
Voting trust certificates.50
8,145 Phila 8c Reading Coal & 1 rou*

3,186

28,835 Philadelphia Traction.
35 Reading Co

'

3,681
104,865
3,369
1,650
9,739
4,766
21,176
47,486

^54,686

com

50

...

11,670
380,859
13,144

1

..

.*

69 %

Sale

68H Nov. 30

77 H Nov.

22 H Nov,

9

13
Aug. 27

Apr.

27H Nov. 19

Nov."

2

Sale
Sale

72 %

Sale

~47~"Nov."23

Jan.

135

107^

8H
%
1H

Sale*
1%
1%

10H Sale
3% Sale
31H Sale
116H 118

139

135 % 140
38
Sale

3H
Sale

12 % Sale

4%

Sale

43

Sale

160

Sale

4

Sale

4H Sale
h

12 H Sale
4% Sale

41 %
172 %

Sale
Sale

4

Nov 10 140
39H
5 106
Nov
Nov, 24, 11
Nov 20 19%
?■; 2% Nov, 13
4H
2
2% Nov
4H

134%
38 H Sale
38
105
104 2 107
106H 105 %
10 H Sale
10H Sale
9Vs
19 H
19%
18 H Sale
17 %
2Vs
2H

Nov.

Nov, 30

10 H Nov. 14

4H Nov. 13
39 % Nov. 23
Nov.

23

30

114H 115
34 % Sale

Nov. 18

Nov. 18

Nov.

4

Oct.

Nov.

5

Aug.

Nov. 30

Oct.

Nov.
9
Nov. 30
Nov. 7

27

2H

3
8%
1%
2%
2H Sale
10H
10H

12

16H

17H

22

52

60

65

8

27

5H
9%

6
Sale

2

Sale

12H

8H
14 %

Sale
Sale

~2% Sale'
12

% Sale

Sale

Nov.
5
34 H Nov.
4
30
Nov. 18

Sale

67
—

18 H

12 % Nov.

Mar. 11

2

Feb. 21
Jan. 17

71H Sale
29
29 %

1

50

United Corp common..._.._*
Preferred
....;
*
United Gas Impt com

♦

Preferred........

•

Feb.

72

5
2

2
Nov.
2
10 H Nov. 14

18 H

8

Jan.

2

Feb.

4

44H Nov.

Apr.

29

Oct.

Feb.

4

116H Nov.

19
Nov. 18.
Feb.
8

%

Sale16

3an
34
He
%
% Sale

4

5

5%

7% Sale
Sale
17% Sale

8

43 H

109,

45 %
16 %
111H

Sale

*

Sale
Sale

4

% Sale
7H Sale
44^

44
Sale
Sale,
14%
Sale | 111

Sale
Sale

9

13

-

9%

68

70

68

70

13 H

•

20

13%
9H

14H

9

9H

10

8

30

Nov.

Feb.

8H Nov.
14% Nov.

Jan.

7

Jan.

9

Mar. 13
May 11

14

Mar. 11

July

9

Jan.

28

Jan- 13
May
9

Jan.

2H Nov.
13

r

Nov.

Nov. 27

6% Nov.
22 % Nov.
73 % Nov.

5

5
4
7

76H
33 H
%,
%

Nov. 30
Nov. 12
Nov. 14
Nov. 2

82H Nov. 21
34

Nov. 18

1

H Nov. 7
He Nov. 24

3% Nov.
6% Nov.
42% Nov.
14 H Nov.
xllOHNov.

16
14

13

5H Nov. 30
8

Nov.

2

45% Nov.

2

16 % Nov.
14
2
27 113H Nov. 12

g 15*

*

Jan.

May 23
Sept. 8
Aug. 24

Nov.

->*-

Sale
33 H
He
H
% Sale

7

Apr. 27

35

Nov.'25

66% Nov.

76 H
33

17

July

Nov.

5

Jan.

5% Nov.
9% Nov.

5

Sale
75

6
24

17
Mar. 12

4 177 % Nov.

114

31

Oct.

Jan.

115H Sale
34 H Sale

9
21

Nov. 19

Mar, 26

114H Sale
33 H Sale

7
4

Mar.

9

Jan.

115
122
33
34
106 %

1

3 West Jersey & Seashore RR 50
3,548 Westmoreland, inc
•
9,472 Westmoreland Coal
_•




Sale

43 H

i.;'.

Union Traction...

400 U S Dairy class B
Class A
160

No par value.

22%
57

45 H

57
115

8Vs Nov. 17

15

Nov. 10
Nov. 24

Jan.

Jan.

3%
5H
40%
14 %
I08H
H

Jan.

Mar. 24
Feb. 11

May

June 23

7

Mar. 18
Mar .118

25
25
14

15

9
13

Apr.

7

Nov. 6
Apr. 28
Apr. 30
Nov. 14
Apr. 30
Jan. 15

23

Apr.

Apr. 25

29H Jan.
He Jan.
H Oct.

64
13 H Nov. 25

8

1
May 22
71H Jan.
2

1

"

2

39% Jan. 17
4H July 31
16H May 27

.........

Sun Oil Co

Tacony-Palmyra Bridge
Tonopah-Belmont Devel
Tonopah Mining..
-

75,102
146,602

"54~~ ~54H "43% Sale"

5
....

Paper
.*
Series A 7% preferred..100

Rights

124% 125 % 124 H Nov. 23 138H Nov. 9
20% Sale
20H Nov. 2 22
Nov.20

.......50

Reo Motor Car Co
Salt Dome Oil Corp
Scott

Sale
Sale

.._...*

200 Northern Central
RR.....50
376,536 Penn road Corp v t c
*

10,746

127 %
20 H

.

.47,203 Nat'l Power & Light

25",749

x

126% Apr.

5

r£l.

94,796 Lehigh Coal & Navigation..*
22,584 Lehigh Valley
...50
34,002 Mitten Bank Sec
Corp
25
88,137
Preferred
25

3,754

316

18%

27% Sale
179 H

25

25

10

100

Rights 1st Paid

5

..50

com

2,030 Gimbel Bros common....
*
1,282 Horn A Hardart
(Phila) com.*
4,231 Horn & Hardart (N Y) com .*

59

753

Nov.

100

27,522 Electric Storage
Battery///.*
19,181 General Asphalt..........10
139,233 General Motors...........10

13,339

6,450

11

101.24Mar

155 H

38,108 Chrysler Corp
9,587 Curtis Pub Co common

593

9,091
12,568
1,413
63,544
1,340

12%Nov.~25

<s>

4,166

140
2,600

Nov£\-4
Nov/ 5

Rights 2nd paid.t,.*,

37,868 Budd

>4

604

~9

Sale

ill34 Sale"

11234

'

522
9,203
170

Highest
Sale Prices

101
25

34 H

Preferred

1,556
1,856

Lowest
Sale Prices

43

*

..

~4~392

10%

100

Locomotive
Preferred

>,528 Hankers Securities
pre!
1,663 Barber Co
18,197 Hell Tell Co of Pa
pref
67,249 Budd (E G) Mfg Co..
351

Highest
Sale Prices

Ask

Par

Baldwin

12 Bankers
Securities

112
1,391
2,048
5,051

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

99

STOCKS

484

Bid

1970

36,342 American Stores
39,641 American Tel & Tel..

16,824

Nov. 2

Ask

2003

-

200
Registered
2,000 Phila Elec 1st & ref 4a^. 1971
39,000 Phils Elec Pow Co6h>
>973
2,000 U S Treas 2% %
1955-60

3,831
4,589
1,526

$76,167
2,436,520

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

11

4*. 1945

94,000 Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4a
1943
37,000 Phila & Rd Coal & Iron 6a '49
6,000 Phila Elec (Pa) 1st a f 4s. 1966
51,400
1st 5a
1966

Shares

i

1960

2,000 Penn RR 434

1935

$123,932
1,493,886

Price

BONDS

8/jOO

1936
■

Jan. 2

%

1,000

Bond Sales

PRICES IN NOVE,

jTOCK exchange

118,992
900

'•

November.. „;
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

669,290
3,952,735

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.
Feb.

31
11

2
17

July 30'
Feb.

"fl*

17

June

16
13
15

Feb.
Jan.
Oct.

16

9H Apr.

14

Feb.

20

7% Jan.

21

Oct.

23

M
v

Cleveland Stock Exchange
-g

"'MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

...

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

PRICES IN

Since
Jan. 1

STOCKS

100

rToIi

'

41

10

7%

.

cum

pref

100

2,987
50

15

15 %

1733

75

4,559
20

354
729
50

11,884
.1,453
13

33

Preferred...ii.-..

1,068
2,979

c

Preferred

.100

...

Rlec Controller

4,324
1,079

1,296
10

FooteBurt..

11533
117
9

-----

H

6

Sale

Sale

Sale

Preferred
Bros Cooperage

2233 Nov.

29

Nov. 12

4

Nov. 12

4

3233
2333
2133
5533

" Sale" "2833 "32"

59%
10 %
10%

46

50

46

143-3

15
6%

20

15

23%

25%

3133

80

82%
25

77

84

2,561

222

5
Preferred..............100

871

89

19

33%

103

50

11433
3333

113
23

51

54

55"

28

.—.

—-

.

2033
633 j ; 7

28

50

86 %
12

20
418

536
708

1,010

•

Sale

23

Halle B ^others

Sale

Nov.
4
Nov. 19] 3533
Nov. 20
Nov. 5 27%
6
6
21% Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 6 5533 Nov. 6

6933 Nov. 24

6

30

.....

Nov." 2

48

Nov.23
48
Nov.
7
15
Nov.
4
633 Nov. 13

Nov.

104
20

34 H

Sale

16

57
26

29

25

10*3
22 X

10

22 X

102
105
16
1633
6233
5733

103

16 H

103

2933

2133

2633

Sale
104

*

7

2033 Nov. 19
633 Nov. 13

9633 Oct.
Nov.

7

30

Nov. 17

12

54

Nov.

7

5533 Nov. 24

36

26

Nov.

18
5

104

Aug.

100

June
Oct.

36

3033 Nov.
10733 Nov.
Nov.
17
Nov.
6233 Nov.
3033 Nov.

—-

28

17

65
2633
Sale

Nov.
Nov.

29

25

28

21
12
23
10
Nov. 19

1933 Mar.

15

7,609
1,008
1,064

1,681
180

67

"""310
172

14,198

33,547 Lamson Sessions
.......*
4,096 Leland Electric.
*
5,993 McK.ee (Arthur G) B
8,856 Medusa Portland Cement ..*
7,858 Metropolitan Paving Brick..*

.....100
..*
300 Midland Steel Products
._*
2,170 Miller Wholesale Drug
1,752 Monarch Machine Tool Co..*
284

77,992

Murray

Ohio

..'.*
♦

Mfg..

490 National Acme..

1,068
352

14,190
927

451

805

9;452

100

.......

...

Packer

179
255

2,943

JOO

Preferred

2,661

6,011

1033 Sale

20
34
Sale

20

21

18

42

Sale

34

37

40

33

34

5%

Sale.

633
44

22 X

"23 X

42

11%

ux
20

24

Sale

30%

Sale

16%
19 X

Sale

833

58

44

42

1533

15

14
5

Sale

7

55

Sale

104

_

8

2X
29X

2X
29

2X

'29X ~29%

61

17
8
Sale

633
1^3 Sale
633
8 'i
133
2
2933 Sale

107

S M A

20

Corp common.

...1

902 Stouffer Corp A

2,783 b Trumbull-Cliffs pref.... 100
67 Truscon Steel preferred..100
*
1,254 Union Metals Mfg Co

1
6,321 Upson-Walton...
10,063 Vichek Tool............—•
•
8,275 Weinberger Drug
1,216 West Res lnv Corp pr pref 100
236 Youngstown SAT pref.. 100

57

2!
6!

25

IX
Sale

2533
233
5533
3

Sale

20

9

14X Sale

16

32

33

2033

2533
Sale
Sale
Sale
24
17
3333

11

23

"2033

Sale

32

7%

10133
7%

1833
Sale
-----

Sale
Sale
633
12
133 Sale
1%

30

10433
19

Nov. 9
22
Nov. 21
3033 Nov. 6
10

2433
333

Sale
Sale

60

Sale

.

24

Nov.

2

3433 Nov. 18

10

933

"Ion "if""

103

Nov.

633 Nov.
1 ys Nov.
733 Nov.
1% Nov.
29% Nov.
4433 Nov.
10433 Nov.

833 Nov. 10
6 107 33 Nov. 10
733 Nov. 12
7
2
Nov. 14
2
17 1333 Nov. 19
133 Nov. 25
27
2 2933 Nov. 2

23 "47" "Nov .""2
6 10533 Nov. 17

19

Nov. 27

24% Nov. 28
2% Nov. 2
55
Nov.
4

553

Sale
42
1733 Sale

3
25

31

Nov.
Nov.

2
5

31

14%

17
L

55

103

107

15

Sale

1433
8

15

1633

14

11H

18

19

86

115

120~"

Sale
Sale
15
21

Jan. 23
Mar. 20

105
26

1033 Nov. 30

2033 May
15
Mar.
433 May

28

Oct.

13

20

Nov. 13

42

Nov. 30

41

/

Nov. 20

7

Feb.

27

Apr.
Apr.

67

Oct.

19

9

Oct.

15

Mar.

25

Aug. 15

62

4833 Sept.10

1633 Mar.
18 % Apr
4533 Apr.

5

733 Nov. 25

1533

Sale

3033 Nov. 18
10733 Apr. 17

UH

1433 Feb

1633 Nov. 19
Nov. 23

2033 Nov.

5

2633 Nov. 12
333 Nov. 27
63
Nov. 13
533 Nov. 20
45
Nov. 23
1733 Nov. 9
3133 Nov. 23

102

83
5

5533 Nov. 24

333 Mar.
8
June

"II33 "Nov." 13

-

1933

Mar. 30

60

39

Bov.12

64

6033

5833
1733

1033 Nov. 30
20
Nov. 13
42
Nov. 30
41
Nov. 20
533 Nov. 13
65
Nov. 25

2833 Mar. 27
9633 Oct.
2
30
Mar. 12

2

6233 Nov. 23
3033 Nov. 10

55
'■

1433 Nov. 16
8
Nov. 30
1433 Nov. 23
17% Nov. 4

8233 100
125

1433 Nov. 30
933 Nov. 10
1633 Nov.
4
2533 Nov. 12

6

112
12

Jan.

27

30

Apr.

17% July

15

Oct.

16

54

Aug. 17

Jan. 15
833 Jan. 15
14
May
2
2

3033 June 19

Jan.
Jan.
533 Jan.
8
9

17

70

Sept. 23
Oct.

6

July 29
Sept. 17
4

17
27
Feb. 19

Feb.

Feb.

Jan.

20

Sept. 11
Nov.

2

10633 Sept. 25
233 Mar. 30
2133 Oct. 20

10433 Nov.
2 33 Mar.
933 Jan.

2

^

3
47

3

Nov. 18

Jan.

2^

Aug.

133 Nov.
2933 Nov.
133 July

112

117

i|K

Jan

433 July
33 Aug.

102
83

Jan.
9
333 Nov. 27
Feb. 13
533 Nov. 23
45
Nov. 23
1933 Feb
15
35
Apr. 17

27

68

Mar. 13
Oct.
8
14% Nov. 30

3 103
2 100

7

Nov. 30
May 28
Jan.
8

10

Oct.

19

17

Oct.

16

25% Nov. 12
88
Oct. 13
Jan. 14
June 24
Apr. 30 115

suspended at close of business Feb 28 1938
(b) Stock called for redemp¬
1938 c Offer of exchange sh ire for sh ire for new 5% pref. 7% pref. called
Admitted to trading Aug. 20, 1938. f Removed from trading at close of buslnest

•
No par value. *
(a) Stock called for redemption Mar. 1 1930.
Trading
1930.
Trading will be suspended at close of business Mar. 31
forredemption on Aug. 15.1930. d Admitted to trading Aug. 24.1930. e

tion Apr. 1

Aug. 27,1930




3333 Nov.
4
533 Nov. 13

4533

3

2

1

4333

"4633 Sale" "45""-"4533
106

24

75

10

533

Sale

6

533
65

62

9X Sale

Corp......

...

481

3,058

5X

Sale

17

12 X
21X
15 X

..........

8,109 Patterson-Sargent.
2,870 Peerless Corp..............3
29,662 Rlchman Bros
19,588 Seiberling Rubber

1,135
200

\

15

.....

""§35
1,285
2,325
3,379
3,052

25

100
*
National Tool........
51
Preferred.
100
Nestle LeMur"A"
*
Nineteen Hundred Corp A..*
No Amer Securities class A..*
Ohio Brass B__
*
Preferred
100
Ohio Confection
*
...

"940

90

.1

.....

30,582 National .Refining.....
Preferred
2,867
22,341 National Tlis.

10,210
1,142
1,146
7,259

950

;

Preferred

345 Myers & Bro (F E)

3,550
1,860
349

8

833

Sale

4%
20

Nov. 21
Nov.
9
Nov.
5

May 15

90

3433 Jan.
10
Jan.
1933 June

O

8

4
20
6
6

1933 June 30

Jan.
8
Feb. 27
Jan.
3

'26

104

10
10
30

Sept. 12

16

1433 Sept. 4
18
Feb.
1
90
May 15
25
July 21

10633 Nov.
104
Nov.
1633 Nov.
57
Nov.

17

Oct. 23
13 124
Oct. 27
22 117
Jan. 27
4 123
Jan. 21
70
45
14
Aug. 18
10
20 14
Jan.
8
25
21 3533
Jan.
16
41
29 55
Nov. 19
10
2 2033
Jan. 16
633 Sept. 22 1033

112

29

18
30

Feb.
Aug.
Apr.
May
Feb.
July
Feb.
Jan.

100

6433 Nov.

Sept. 18
Nov. 13

«

July
17
633 Feb.
2133 Nov.
55% Nov.

—

60

56

107

10633

104

1,062 Hanna (M A) $5 pref........*
*
3,569 Harbauer
*
6,669 Interlake SS.
15,240 Jaeger Machine
9,771 Kelly Island L A T.

IIP. Jan.

Nov. 13

Nov.

"

1,037

Nov. 14

3033

79
27
106

26

Jan.

10733 Mar.
Jan.

Nov. 21

Feb.
7
Oct. 17
June 20

633 Jan.
95
Oct.
11233 Sept.
74 rJuly
73
July
1
Nov.
3533 Nov.
2733 Nov.
2133 Nov.
5533- Nov.

333 Oct.

86

2933

24

29

54

3233

6

80

Oct.

Nov. 30

1

Nov. 30

1

83

Sept.

21

5

Nov.

June

71

110

14

...100
*

23

79

135

129

35%

9%

881 Great Lakes Towing...... 100

80

Nov. 13

Mar. 21
Nov. 28
Oct.
9

May 16
Jan.
6
Nov. 17
Oct.
2

40

Jan.

1533 Jan.

11633

30

9%

r

5

4

8633 Nov. 25 9333
11033 11033 Nov. -5 111
66
5
62
Nov.
68
4
65
60
Nov.
Sale

59H

.

1833 Nov.

Sale

33
..

50
7% cumul preferred.—.100
600 Goodyear Tire & Rubber...*
100 Goodyear 7% pref
_*

2,505 Greif

I

90

"65"" Sale" "68"" "6933

61 %

51

:v

"'"180

132

125

Sale

118

Fostorla Pressed Steel

411

9

5

850 Gen Tire & Rubber (new)__5
2oo Goodrich (B F)
25

133

4

W

—

2133 Sale

ft Mfg...

958 Federal Knitting Mills

50

2933

28

1UX 112% 108
64
63
Sale
64
62
Sale
1.
1
A
33
34
Sale
2633
22
24%

Sale

61

513 (f) Enamel Products
2.905 f aultless Rubber

""215

Sale

o

6733

Feb.

80

*

...

386 Diw Chemical
........
.100
70
5% preferred..........

776

92

108

Nov. 17

8933

8733

Sale

"4% ""5""

61

23

35

"2133

20

86 J4

23

107

Nov. 12

50

.....*

13 Cooper Bessemer

33

'1S%

85

55% Sale

Nov. 20 102

14

2833
4033 Feb.
7 4033
1133 Mar. 13 4233
90
Jan. 24 10633

~3§"""Nov."23 "4233 No"v."l3
100

40

Sept. 23
1833 Apr. 30

12

95

95

71

1,250
4,737 Clark Controller (new)
1,634 Cleveland Builders Realty
34.it1
*
*
51,7 51 Cleveland Cliffs Iron pref
~ ci
3,613 Clev El 111 $4.50 cum pref....*
Cleveland Kys...
100
4,037
Certificates of deposit
100
10,918
50 Cleveland & Buffalo Trait. _*
146,750 Cliffs Corporation » t C
*
4,932 Commercial Bookbinding

7

1—.

-•
*
1

.2833 Nov-

105

100

105

103

100

Clark Controller

2433

Nov.
6
14
Nov. 28
2833 Nov. 7

5

~39% Sale" "36"" "42"

90

Pref

260
•

39%
12%
11%
83% 105

..100
,

1233 Nov.

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices
25
Mar. 12

30

Nov. 10

29

1433
30

"14""

27%

17%

"23 % Sale

&6

8,389 City Ice A fuel

990

Sale

13 X

-

68 Canfield Oil common

SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

9S

31

15

LowSst
Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask

Bid

1,180 Air-Way El Appl lit 7% pf 100
7,143 Akron Brass Mfg common...*
*
32,610 Allen Industries Inc new
150
(a) Preferred
*
23,984 Apex Electric & Mfg
•
Preferred..............100
1,521

50
961

RANGE

NOVEMBER

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Par

Shares

Shares

2

Jan

In

$2,000
---

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
November

1935

1936

-

-

_

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30__-----

CLEVELAND

SALES

AGGREGATE

November^

114,370
470,583

87,022
709,377

Shares-

November

EXCHANGE

Bond Sales

1935

1936

'

<

CLEVELAND STOCK

PRICES ON

RANGE OF
Stock Sales

&>

*

!
J

RANGE OF PRICES ON
Stock Sales

1936

November.,...

AGGREGATE
In

Shares.

SALES

November
Shares

692,588

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1
Shares

11,243
23,370

4,075
7,955
890

2,436
2,291
1,740
2,397
400

"MOO
14,850
515

"3,130
7,132
2,216

1,025

,

951

5,745
1,572
465

5,285

180,858
2,071
18,582
28,010
32,571
23,679
4,070

7,278
35,066
34,574
45,147
4,398
7,438
48,772
113,391
4,727
2,638
65,454
159,535
7,903
26,783
•^®iw3,970
46,245

506

6,060
179,722
10,031
3,000
8,455
1,070
5,920
23,984
1,500
2,563
16,052

"14,167
3,434
2,002
1,368
20,383
1,125
1,273
12,707
5,729
6,645
425
101

540
50

2,446
20

Baldwin Rubber

Brings Mfg Co

*

common

Burroughs Adding Macb
*
Burry Biscuit Corp
12 He
Capital City Products......*

125

6,959
9,830
328

Strip Co common
Chrysler Corp common

11,962
365
405

5

10
1

..

2,913
87

525

58 k

Detael Wemmer Gilbert

10

com

52
26 H

31

53 K
26 K

21

1936

1935

Shares.6,525,586

4,981,818

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Detroit

Corp

com

General Motors

♦
10

Goebel Brewing Co

1

com

Home Dairy class A__

49,661 McAIeer Mfg Co

•

.

2k

2

2K

50c

Wheel

5

com

246,977 Packard Motor Co com. .._.*
40,496 Parke Davis 8c Co
•
21,440 Parker Rust Proof com. 2.50
13,517 Parker Wolverine Co com
*
43,681 Peninsular Metal Products. 1
23,258 Pfeiffer Brewing Co com ...'
16.450 Prudential Investing Corp.l
120,026 Reo Motor com.
.5
148,242 Rickel (H W) 8c Co common.2
120,642 River Raisin Paper com...,
12,826 Scotton Dillon com
...10
1,469 toiiere D class *
...

common new

29

50,981 Tlmken Axle com......... 10
Preferred
15,751
100
408,287 Tlvoll Brewing Co common !

UK
18
10
7K

12K

Prefei red

.

...

405,563
27,533
149,763

Warner

Aircraft

Corp

Wayne Screw Prod
A olverine

com.. 1

Sale

18k Nov. 23

"~7k
38 k

Brewing Co

8k

41

244

Preferred

•

2K

5k
14k

17 k

Sale
75
29 k
Sale

58 k

27
20 k

Sale

27

26 K

6K Sale

28

5k

3K

ik
17 k
40

17 k

% Sale

28
19

IK
6K
29 k

6K

Sale

44 K

5K
4

ik
2k
15k
ik

5

Sale

Sale

Sale

6

Sale
4
40 k

4k
4K

39

63 K
Sale
Sale

40 k

23

24

24K

20

21K

19 k
37

*12 k Sale
42

30k

ii*

45 k

42

32

,

27
15 k

3K
16K

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l

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4K

25

30

14 K

Sale
6

30

Sale

29

5K

17

33k
36 k

5K
22 k

34k
37 k
Sale
32

k Nov. 14

13
103

Sale
102

7k

5H Sale

9
23 k

7H

8K

29
35

28^
Sale
Sale
31
Sale

4k
Sale
2k
19 k
Sale
6k
4k
Sale
41k
i
25K
Sale

11K

6K Nov.
2K Nov.

2
2

2

Nov.

4

5K Nov.

4

11k Nov. 18
16k No.v 24
27 k Nov. 23
19 k Nov. 23

ik Nov. 30
5

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2

28

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4

5K Nov.

4

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2

4

16

% Nov.
5

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2?

&

28 k

35
31

ik

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15

46 K

Sale

6

Sale

k Sale

14K Nov. 30
21

Nov.

Nov.

5

76 K Nov.

9
7K Nov. 18
3K Nov. 6

4

23
14

5K
IK
3K
18k
IK

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

18
17

3K Jan.
K Oct.
IK Oct.
16
Apr.
% Jan.

Nov.

5

5

Jan.

3

July
Aug.

Nov. 12

32

Feb.

Nov. 13
22 k ^ov. 19

45 k Nov.

30 k Nov.

30
2

16k Nov.

4

11K Nov.
6k Nov.
6K Nov.

Nov. 27

37 K

31

36K

35k Nov. 27

Nov. 10

Jan.

3

19

4k Nov.
2
5k Nov. 20

11

44K Feb.
May
Apr.
1K Nov.
4
July
20 K Apr.
5K Oct.

Nov. 27
Nov. 19
Nov. 19

25
19

6k Nov. 13

24

13

iSov.

3K Nov.

5 k Nov.

6K Nov.
32 k Nov.
35 K Nov.

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Sale
Sale

26

Sale

Sale
33

40

2
15
Nov. 16
26
Nov. 20 100

15K Jan.
15
Apr.
34
Aug.
6K Jan.
41K May
23 K June
15
Sept.
2K Sept.
10K Sept.
5K Aug.
4 K July
4K Oct.
4K May
25

Jan.

30K May
Apr.
3K July

Nov.
Nov.

17

Nov.

100

Jan.

Nov.

23K. Jan.

23K Nov.

5

27

6

Sale

28

32

33

ik
6K
k

47 K

48

23 K

13

7

00

7
40

30

Nov.

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IK Nov.

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7

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Nov.

Nov.

% Nov.

12 K Nov.
14 k Nov.
2
101
Nov. 20 101
Nov.

48K Nov. 16

50

Nov.

25
19

Jan.

Nov. 20

34K Aug. 10

35

Nov.

13

23
1
13
5
21

13
32 K Nov. 27

Nov.

Nov.

11
19

13
6
30
9

35 K Nov. 27
23
Apr. 28
10
Nov. 18
26
Nov. 17

35

6

50"

Feb.

Nov.

Sale

98

50

31K Oct.
18K July
3K Nov.
18K Mar.
6K Sept.
8K Mar.
7K Feb.

33

6

30
28
18
11

Nov. 19

Jan.
Oct.
Nov.
Mar.
Sept.
Sept.

11K
11K
27K
12K

ik Nov.

14

5

5K
43K
25 K
22K
38 K
13h

09

30
31

9
3
5

6K Feb. 21

27

8K Nov.
6K Nov.

Oct.
Mar.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.

1K Nov. 19
3K July 28
O20
Apr
13
IK Feb.
8
6K Feb. 10

Nov.

"Ik
Sale

60K
31K
22 K
1K
6K
32 K
8K

Nov.

Sale

12 k Sale
98 r 101
48 k
50

5

29

Feb. 15
Nov. 30

9

11
30
30
23
28
26

5

Mar. 31

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7K Nov.

4

Nov.

July

8k
11K
27K
12 K

6

14
6

Mar.

5 K Mar.
6
2K July 14
17 K Nov. 30

2
Nov.
5
Nov.
Nov. 12
2
Nov.

6

7K

12

Nov. 30 109

57
Sale

15 K Aug. 10
23 K Jan.
23 K Oct.

7K
11K
23 K
9K

109

4
21

44

5
5
30
28
18
17

17

Oct.

5

9K Oct. 28
76 K Nov.
9
10 K Feb. 17
Feb. 21

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

19

20

2

19

6
Sept.10
54K Jan. 21
6K Oct. 29
2
July
7
2
Sept. 4
5K Aug. 19
11K Nov. 18

30k
22 K
1K
6K
32 k
5K

"

41K Nov. 12
24 K Nov.
5
19K Nov. 30

IK Oct.

17 K Nov. 30
Jan.
8

18
18
18
30

4

11

Sale

Nov.

24

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2

3 k Nov.

12K Jan. 14
16
Apr. 24
x9K Jan.
3
7K Jan„
7
3K June
9

2K
7K
11k
18 k

2

25
27
100K 100
35K
37

6K Sale
25

2

Nov.

4K Nov.

Sale

5

6H
6K
2K Sale

Nov. 10

Sale
Sale

54
Sale

7

% Nov.

IK Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

29

Oct.

39

2."
9

~4K ""5K
34

Nov. 23

11K
44k
29k
15k
2k

46 k
29

12k
24

4

69 k Nov. 25

22 K

23 k
27
112
109
Sale
8k

9k Sale
33
31k

Nov.

19 k Nov. 20
9
Nov.
5

44

20

Oct.

Mar.
Mar.

IK Nov. 18

40

Sale

25

2

_JK
14

6

4H Feb. 19
Apr. 25
152 K Feb. 17
14
July 14
7K Oct.
9
17 K Apr.
6

12

99

::::: "37K

Nov.

43

6K
6k
5K Sale
4K Sale
5K Sale

6K

5

20

Nov.

26K Nov. 5
3K Mar. 20
14K Nov. 17

4

4k Nov.
9
ik Nov. 23
17 k Nov. 30

2K
2K
6K Sale
11
13 k
18 k Sale
63 k

4K
3Vs

5

5K
62 K
15 K
19 K

15K Nov. 19
L35

7k Nov. 7
10k Nov. 10

9K Nov.
4K Nov. 10
ik Nov. 7
17 K Nov. 30

6K Sale
3

6

3h
% Sale
ik
ik

3K

4

Sept. 22

50

ik

39k
Sale
19 k
Sale
9k
4%
ik
Sale

9K

4

9k

3k

.....

8

5

70

4

Sale

5

24

14 k
18h
k
8k

20

6K
2k Sale

Sale

4k
11k

16 H

1

38k

12 k
73 k
Sale

72

Sale

...........100
com

45

2

com.. 1

14,086 Wolverine Tube common...*
New common.
12,311
2

3,461 Toung (L A )Co

14 k
25
Sale
; 9%
4k
IK

Nov.

9

k

8k

3

24H Jan.
3
25K Sept. 29

June

% ^

3

4

com

Nov.

18 k

7K

56

6H Aug. 24
14
Aug. 18
16
Aug. 21

30

2K Nov.
k Nov.
146 K Nov.

Sale
Sale

IK

55 K
7

25 K May 13

6

Nov.

3K Feb. 28
12 K Mar. 24
57 K Jan. 30
63
Mar. 5
33 K Oct.
8

14K Nov. 17

6k Nov. 23

4K Sale

..100

36,701 Universal Cooler class A
*
ClassB
230,286
•
4,476 Universal Product com ....•
3,056 Walker & Co units

Nov.

Sale

20 k

21K

9

5

3

2k Nov.
K Nov.
138

143

6

Nov.

Nov.

7K

17 k

20
Sale

Truscon Steel Co

425
..10
14,116 Union Investment Co com
*
49,239 United Shirt Distributors..*
2,135 U S Graphite Co com...
10
1,005 U S Radiator com
._..*

14

32 x
2y
Sale

Nov.

26k Nov.

37 k
13

Sale

16
27

15k Nov. 19
135

5k
k

___•

86,147 Standard Tube Co class B...1
6,570 Stearns (Frederick) com..
•
50
5% cum part pref__
100
1,016 Sutherland Paper Co....
10

2k
k

7k

6k
9%
19 k

1 ri

31k

148

1

Murray Corp common
.10
450 Nat Automotive Fibres vtc._*

ClassB

Q

14

32k
33 k
2%
2%
k Sale

Sale

2K

% Sale

...10

Motor Products Corp com...

Motor

2k

9

6

23

com......
...

Nov.
Nov.

McClanahan Oil Co com
1
McClanahan Refineries
1
25,597 Mich Steel Tube Prod com..*

Michigan Sugar

14 k
15k
125k 134
23 k
24
2k
3
2k

15k

6

Nov.

292,743
17,036

Mlcromatic Hone Corp
Mid-West Abrasive com

16

22

1

com..

Nov.

15

17

124

...»

Products Corp

31K Nov; 5
9K Nov. 13

26

♦

com

Nov.
2
Nov. 24

8

129

3

Grabem-Palge Motor com
1
Grand Valley Brew common.!
Hall Lamp com
•

Preferred.

14 k

IK Oct.

9K July
46

31

24

*

50648 Kresge (8 8) Co com
....10
101,449 Lakey Fdy 8c Mach common .1

131,845
8,324
25.449
126,855
10,347
31,095
69,490

16

61K
31
Sale

128

Dolphin Paint 8c Varnish A.*

com

60

22

IK

2K Nov. 18
12k Nov. 11

44K Oct.

9.

.5

Gemmer Mfg Co class A
Class B

IK Nov. 2
11k Nov. 25

31

__*

Class B

Highest
Sale Prices

22

1

Products

Steel

Lowest
Sale Prices

48

29 k
8k

14 k

Richest
Salt Prices

90K

Detroit Paper Products.....*

Detroit Steel

IK Sale
11k Sale

31

14 k

Lowest
Sale Pricts

Ask

46

8k

14
24

Sale

Detroit Cripple Creek G M..1
Detroit Bdlson com
100
Detroit Gray Iron & Fdry
5
common.

Sale

44

8

Detroit & Clevel Nat com..10

Detroit Mich Store

Sale
Sale
46 k
61

11k

"62"" "53K

Crowley, MUner 8c Co com..*

.....

12,025
4,507
6,020

IK

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

IK

...5

Consolidated Paper com
Continental Motors com

184,005 Kingston

114

2,590

Sale

Casco Products Corp.._._..*
Chamberlin Metal Weather

....

16,277

Bid

Ask

1

common

Bohn Aluminum 8c Brass...5

38,304 Hoover Steel Ball com..... 10
3,541 Hoskins Mfg Co common
•
31,697 Houdaille Hershey class B..*
117,316 Hudson Motor Gar
3,765 Hurd Lock & Mfg Co com..I

179

28,185

Bid

City Brewing common.*

985 Gar Wood Industries

5,645

135

9,740
3,765
37,431
6,341
1,848

Auto

Nov. 2

1936

6,045 Baton Manufac'g Co com
4
10,428 Eureka Vacuum Cleaner....*
11,014 Bi-Cello Aircraft 8c Tool
3
85,757 federal Mogul common.....*
44,985 Federal Motor Truck com...*
8,614 federal Screw Works com
•
38,460 Frankenmuth Brewing com. 1

18,645
18,366
5,287
7,612
4,453

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30-....
PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Par

112,356
419,977
174,900
20,917
69,099

"•1,783

I

755,493

Stock Sales

Price

STOCKS

329

"~8", 355

EXCHANGE

I

Jan. 2

309,376

985

469

DETROIT STOCK

1935

Nov. 30
Nov. 30

Apr.
1
Nov.
5
Nov. 28
Mar.
5
Nov. 10
Jan.

21

Jan.
Oct.

11

7K Oct.

28

10
31

Feb.

31K Nov.
3

2
3

4

Mar. 12

11 K Mar. 21
IK Mar. 19
36
8ept. 18
14 K Nov. 19

01

Oct.
54 K Apr.

1

27 K Jan.

3

8

Unlisted

1,811
383
•

Mo

i * *

Dept.—
21,069 American Radiator......

4,135
value,




a

Amer Tel 8c Tel Co

Deferred delivery sales,

*

24

Sale

22 k

Sale

100

156

8ale

180 K

Sale

r

Sold for cash,

x

Er •1,vidend.

Sale

19 K July
21K Nov. 14 23 k Nov. 30
177 k Nov.
4 188k Nov. 18l 149K Apr.

188 k

Nov. 18

Jan. 2

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

591

,.,.1,185
.

1,858
993

;

1,464

:

335

1J67

P

2,305

Kelrlnator

15

Corp....*
*
National Dairy Prod Corp..*
NY Central RR_._
100
Purity Bakeries Corp
...*
Socony-Vacuum Corp.....25
Standard Brands Inc
*

Sale

27 X Nov.

Sale

35*

Sale

3 5* Nov.
4
125* Nov. 20
415* Nov. 4

1351 Sale
~~2% Sale"
20)* Sale
593* Sale
24 X Sale
26 X Sale
45 X Sale

Sale

29 X

Corp...........*

Kennecott Copper

Kroger Groc At Bale Co

27 X

4X

3X Sale
Sale
Sale
IX Sale

Sale

~22X Sale"

1

Sale

2754

17 X

Sale

16

165* Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

655*
25*
115*
335*
5*
145*
285*
195*

Nov. 2
Nov. 6
Nov. 10
Nov. 5
Nov. 18
Nov. 5
Nov. 5
Nov. 10
Nov. 5
20
Nov. 16
175* Nov. 6
185* Nov.
5

2

245*
415*
185*
155*
155*

Sale
Sale

19

Sale" "163* Sale"

155?

24

245* Sale
245* Sale
445* Sale

25
24
23
23
25

Highest

*

Sale Prices

325* Aug. 11
83
Oct. 29
55* Feb. 17
15
Feb.
1
445* Nov. 10
35* Feb. 21
255* Mar. 20
635* Nov. 6
285* Jan. 13
285* Aug. 13
495* Oct.
9
20
Nov. 16
175* Nov.
6
185* Feb. 24

Apr. 30
Jan. 20
Apr. 27
June
8

26

45*
145*
445*
25*
235*
635*
255*
265*
465*

15* Nov. 19
205* Nov. 2
555* Nov. 14

"595* Sale"

Lowest
Sale Prices

30X Nov. 10

30

Sale

12

34

lo

Hupp Motor Car Corp

37,843
66,267
9,221
18,224
12,292
18,718
4,173
24,273
23,319

,2,163
2,482

Ask

,

Highest
Sale Prices

.

Sale Prices

27 X

25

881 Borfi Warner Corp com
10
19,775 Commonw At Southern Corp *
*
17,897 Consolidated Oil Co
9,047 General Foods Corp........*

-

1,200

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Borden Co

5,475

"9,931

■

STOCKS

Shares

Shares
850

—.—-

Price

EXCHANGE

STOCK

63

—

RANGE SINCE JAN.

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

DETROIT

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

DETROIT STOCK

Due., 1936]

Feb. 13
Jan.
2
Jan.
2
Jan. 21
July
3
21
Apr. 30
275* Jan.
2
95* May
9

125* May 23
145* Apr. 30

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
AND YEARLY RECORD

MONTHLY

PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON
_Shares_

November

In

Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1

BONDS

1936

5,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s

50

5,325 Allegheny Steel............*

> ""'329

Preferred..............100
9,343 Arkansas Nat Gas Corp ,...*
40

;■

;

517
;

1,011
2,818

v

107

106

19,441
14,547
29,202

Preferred-

11
•

.

Armstrong Cork

Co

Blaw-Knox Co

...

preferred—....25
Carnegie Metals............1
Central Ohio Steel Prod....*
Clark (D L) Candy
•
Columbia Gas At Electric...*

1,590
3,852

263,707
29,731
10,882
62,283

63

3X

3

8%

220

Sale

'16'" Sale'

18

"|j* Sale"

2X
2X Sale
203*
5
53*
193* Sale

Preferred ...............SO
....*
1,385 Crandall McK At Hend

300

"2",129
10

.....

14 X

;;p

8,280

26" 862
6,507
1,690
2,950
1,381

I

""*"75
10
20
20

1,315
15,088
15,480
1,441
19,681
4,525
9,630

Oil.............It
*
59,972 Duquesne Brewing
5
Class A
5
5,042
Devonian

Rights

Preferred

16 X
14X

Lone Star Gas
*
39,555 McKlnney Manufacturing..*
...5
17,970 Mesta Machine.
149,717 Mountain Fuel Supply
18,357 Nat Flreproofing Corp com.*
Preferred
100
37,753

229,750

—

"2" 168
826

V.

300

"2", 050
3,083
944

6,868
5,123
10

808

5,970
965

8,500

24,647
2,436
\

" 1,990
2,234
3,149
25

4,590
"

3,067
346

...100
Phoenix Oil com.........25c
Preferred
1
Pittsburg Brewing
*
Preferred.
,.—*
Preferred

.....

~~9X

Sale

4
15 H

IX

Sale

27

Sale
IX

IX
47 X

IX

Sale

Forcings.......1
Pittsburgh Oil At Gac_.._...5
Pittsburgh Plate Glass
25
Pitts Screw Ai Bolt Corp
•
Pittsburgh Steel Foundry..*
Preferred
100

173* Nov. 14

18)* Nov.

19

183*

50c

Nov. 24

6

19

Nov. 16

2% Jan.
8X Oct.
10X Jan.

Nov.

5

26
22

163*

Sale

15X Nov. 25

Sale

50c
9

113* Sale
303* Sale
IX
13*
503* Sale

12X Nov. 23
Nov. 17
13* Nov. 20
52
Nov. 12

104)* 105X
12 X

Sale

10

13*

1

42

4X
50c
1

Sale
Sale
75c
IX

Sale
Sale

"6" Sale"

23*
635*
63*

Sale
Sale
Sale

"

90

85

85

104

113*
13*
573*
53*
6X
143*

Nov.

5 1233* Nov. 5
4 106)* Nov. 21

Nov. 5
Nov. 2
Nov. 4
Nov. 17
Nov. 4
Nov. 2

1

6X
Sale

"173* Sale"

3c
3

Sale

10
3

;

3X

sS*

«$*

13%
14)*

"l% Sale"
128

Sale

113*

Sale

13

1323*
123*

Sale

IX Sale
17

143*
v

lc

33*

43* July
Mar.
IX Jan.
1
Apr.
113* Jan.

Sale

Sale"

"90" "95"

13*

Sale
Sale

2

18

Nov. 18
Nov. 27

Nov.

9

85

Nov.

173* Nov.

4

20X Nov. 17

85

13* Nov. 16
Nov.
4
2c Nov.
2

17

2c

Sale

183^ Sale

53*
113*

Sale
Sale

6%
12%

Sale"

26'.",
Sale

30

Sale

25

Sale

46)* Nov.

Sale

2
45
Nov. 23
95c Nov. 12

30

Sale

253*
46 J*
3

Sale

1

Sale

2X
35X

493*
4

13 X

47

34

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 2
Nov. 17

123* Nov.

Sale

3c

Sale

4% Nov. 27
34)* Nov. 4
13)* Nov. 30

14)*
123* Nov. 24
1 •; Nov. 16
13*
128
Nov.
2 134
133*
113* Nov. 2

Sale

22

60c

Sale"

Sale
90

X Nov. 10
Nov. 27
12X Nov. 17

32

203*
1

566
*

No par

6,438
11,543
17,194
value,

x

Gas 6% pref... 100
preferred
100
Penn road Corp *tc ....
*
Lone Star

"95c ~"i"

53* Nov. 2
11)* Nov. 31

2

20

9

Ex-dividend.




105
110
3X Sale

2

Sale

1123*

43* Sale

Jan.

16
15
15
16
3
14

10

Jan.

9

113* Oct.
50
Oct.
7X Jan.

21

3

Nov.

6

2

31

20)* Nov. 17

2
11
17

17

5
2

15

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 20

503* Nov. 25
43* Nov. 13
45
Nov. 23
13* Nov.

9

2c

111)* Nov.
43* Nov.

9 MIX Nov.
<
53* Nov.
4

9
2

2
8
8

MX Oct.

2
31

Oct.

15

3X Jan.

20

June 80

23
IX Sept. 9

22 X May
31

Jan.

22

60c .Jan.

2

Jan.

15

34)* Jan.
97
Jan.

13

1

Nov. 28
42)* Nov. 16 46
1393* Nov. 23 146)* Nov. 10

Apr. 15
Sept. 17
Feb. 27
Jan. 17

6

Jan.

Nov.

143* Nov.

8c

Jan.

3

3c

Nov.

1

25

123* Jan.

98)* Jan.
7X May

Jan.

6
7

17

Nov. 17

10
21

17

Nov. 16

1

1

63* Nov.

Feb.

4X Nov. 27
363* Oct. 20
13)* Nov. 30
57
Sept. 24
143* Feb. 20
13* Mar. 10
140
Apr.
7
133* Nov. 18
18
Nov. 27
85
Nov.
9

2

2c Nov.

9

Mar. 5
Nov. 7
Nov. 17

19 X Nov. 18

5c

Jan.

23* Jan.
21

Nov.

2X
46

1463* Sale

101
109

143*
2%
64%
73*

2
23
3

50c

3c

~~2X "3"

Sale
IX
98X 99J*

Apr.
Jan.

41

22X

7X
75c

Jan.

10

Nov. 17
Nov. 7
Nov. 17
Nov. 27
9
Nov. 17
19)* Nov. 18

12)*
2%
64)*
OX

4c

63*
14 X

Nov. 12

June 30

9% Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 10 90
Nov.
5 85 - Nov. 5
1233* Nov. 5
80
June 16
97
Jan.
6 1073* Sept. 8

90

1

—

Aug. 24
1.05 Nov. 16
12)* Nov. 23
40
Mar.
2
13* Jan. 13
15

2c

x

4

Sept. 29
Nov.
2

9X Nov. 10

85

ib'OX Sale"

22

52
Jan.
2
June 30 126

31

9X Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov.
5

93* Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov.
5

8

6

20
26

Jan.

126

85

83

Oct.

8X Oct.
Feb.

11

73* Jan.
7X Jan

34

7
7
2

Apr. 21

23* Nov. 27

3
28
6
2

27
2
2
50c
Nov. 25
3
Apr.
4
15X Jan.
2
1
July 23
17

5
2

1.05 Nov. 16

Nov. 25
Nov. 10

253* Nov.
13* Nov.
473* Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

„

UNLISTED.
27

Apr.

Nov. 27

1233* Nov.

"98X Sale"

Co...........5

1
45,783 Renner Brewing Co
.....
5
4,745 Ruud Mfg
......1
102,943 San Toy Mining
—..*
245,164 Shamrock Oil At Gas
Preferred
.....
2,536
Rights
80,509
..*
20,933 Standard Steel Spring
65,467 United Engine At Fdy new...
25
10,346 United States Glass
4,986 Vanadium Alloy Steel......*
74,242 Victor Brewing C0.........I
•
1,120 Waverly Oil A
33,857 Westlnghouse Air Brake....*
AO
9,039 Westghouse El At Mfg..

2~X
10

9

27

6

50c

Apr. 21

2)* Nov . 27
Nov. 24

Oct.

233* July

3% June 17
Jan. 21

14

50c

10

......

Plymouth Oil

Nov. 17
Nov. 13
Nov. 5
Nov. 2

"

..—

13

.

90
88

85

.

Pittsburgh

3X
193*
5X
193*

70c

Sale

22

500 Pittsburgh Coal common
410
Preferred.100

36,094
6,140
7,561
79,920
14,474
2,428
8,516

2

Nov. 18
Nov. 16

5

26

7H Sale
73* Sale

30 Penn Federal Corp com

49,116
8,460
12,524
11,819

183*

Nov. 5
Nov. 20
Nov. 10
Nov. 13

23* Nov.

107 X Aug.

24

5
273* July
1 403* Oct.
Apr. 28
110)* Apr. 29 115
7X Apr
4
33* Jan.
4
Oct.
9
73* Jan.
6 10
4
473* Feb. 26 62 X Apr.
133* July 11 20X Feb. 21
2% Oct. 28
2X Oct. 28
43* Jan. 10
2
July 23
Oct.
9
9
July 16 22,

4

53*
93*
613*
193*

18

17

-

_

20 Jeannet Glass preferred
250 Jones Ac Laughlln Steel pf.100
11,852 Koppers Gas At Coke pref. 100

143

18

Sale

—

24,743 Electric Products..........*
100
17,579 Pollansbee Bros pref
50,036 Fort Pittsburgh Brewing—1
11,106 Harb-Walker Refrac com.. *
10
Preferred
100
75 Home (Jos) common
10

Sale

2X Sale
18
193*
53* Sale
183* Sale

~"ix::::: "l6"" "14"

375 Duff-Norton Mfg Co

26,862

18 X

393* Nov.

4

53* Nov. 18
8% Nov. 30
543* Nov. 4
18
Nov.
2

Sale

35c

Rights

10,788

Highest
Sale Prices

107 Jan.

Sale

59

500 Consol Ice Co common
,

Lowest

Sale Prices

393* Nov.

2,060

200

Highest
Sale Prices

110

III

100 Calorizlng

46",436

a

STOCKS

Shares

Shares

1949

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

,

Ask

Bid

$

%

1

Price

STOCK EXCHANGE
November

35,000

$5,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

PITTSBURGH

SALES

AGGREGATE

1935
$1,000

'

r

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

2,059,491

1,619,715

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1936

Bond Sales

1935
I
—
312,413 November

1936
268,169

Stock Sales

2

2

June

15

20

Apr.
Jan.

20

4c

1

63* Nov.
6
14 X Nov.
7
6c
Sept. 29
31

Nov. 20

503* Nov. 25
43* Nov. 13
47
Sept. 9
IX Sept. 14
3
July 31
47 X Mar.
4
152)* Oct. 19

993* Sept. 19 10GX Mar. 3
July 13
6 115
53* Oct. 15
3

108H Feb.
3)* Jan.

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1936

November

Shares.

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE
In

November

SALES

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHAN GE

Bid

T,66o

8hares.

Langendo-rf United Bank
Inc 6%%
1941
Market Street Ry Co 7s.. 1940
No Amer Invest Corp
5%. 1947
Pacific Gas A El Co 5s... 1942
6s

Pacific Tel A Tel Co 5s

.

.1937

Ry Equip & Rlty Co 43^8.1946
Southern Pacifid Co 4 % »-1969
Union Oil Co Cal 4%

10,134

36,342
74,195
2,986
1,222
25,389
145,582

223

446

115

3,062
3,821
2,594
1,732
100

2,045

Ins Fund Inc

A

I.

5

B

Byron Jackson

com

*

cap

100

580
500

605

2,882
14,074
4,628
80

Caterpillar Tractor
Chrysler Corp

.»

cap

5

common

Claude Neon Elec Prod.....*
Cloror Chemical A
....*
Coast Cos Gas A El 1st pf 100

675 Ewa Plantation

cap 10

cap 25
50 First Nat
Corp of Portland A •
24.664 Food Machinery Corp com. 10

~4~, 306

9,121 Foster & Klelser com
12,586
Common new
1,361
Class A preferred...

"

2,465
416

10

40

"3",813

Preferred

*

......

27,286 General Paint Corp.
(new).*
2,756
A-..
•
85,475
B
»
2,216
Preferred
*
41,327 Gladding McBean Co com..*
80,262 Golden State Ltd cap

55

.

1,751
6,515
6,744

3,311
1,210
2,731

105

"75% "77%

15

15}$

115

175
Sale

17

4*$ Sale
50}$

44

25,641 Hale Bros Stores. Inc.
10,035 Hancock OH...
34,145 Hawaiian Pineapple
...

9,764
345
500

1,575
1,577
.

60
585

485
*

2,643
66.464
2,807
5,555
20,200
13.465
10,221
2,007

25,388
3,145

No par value




106

106

Lowest

110

Sale Prices
Nov. 18 112
Nov.
6

105}$
1063$
103}$
111
106}$ 1055$ Nov.

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
105
June
1 1355$ Mar.
3
107
Jan.
7 107
Jan.
7

103}$ Oct.
105

2 105 % Nov.

2

1023$ 104
101
104
1015$
102
104
103
Nov. 13 1033$ Nov. 13
1025$
99}$ 101}$ *98}$ 102
119
120}$ 1195$ 1213$
995$ 111
993$
102
102
103}$ Nov. 19 1033$ Nov. 19
92
93}$
95}$
94}$
116
118}$ 105
120 % 122}$ 120

21 103}$ Oct.
20 105
Feb.

Feb.

21
20

107}$ May 14 107}$ May 14
102
Jan.
9 106
Sept. 10
108

103

180

185

15}$

"155$

23}$
21}$
4*$

24
215$
45$

69

6

24}$
Sale

43}$

Feb.

4 108

103*$ Sept.
101% Jan.
July

104}$
120}$
103}$
103}$
94}$
1201$
1205$

119}$ Jan.

101}$ July
100

4

103
Feb. 10
103 % Aug. 28

103 % Nov.
102

Feb.

103*$ Aug. 20

June

80
Jan,
111}$ Apr.
1205$ Sept.

14}$

44}$
215$

24

15
Sale

15

Nov. 25

165$ Nov. 10

22 5$ "Nov." 19
6
Nov.
2

24" ""Nov." "5

May 21
Mar. 23
Jan. 18
Nov. 19
Oct. 23
Feb. 19

Sept. 22

4f* 4?H
23}$ Sale

22% Nov.

4

7
26

Nov. 12

17
3

Nov.

40
17

6

49
Sale
98

575$

99 y
58 h

90

91

14}$ Sale
35

37

102}$ Sale
175$ Sale

30}$ Sale

Sale
Sale

27%
215$
6*$

51*
40

Sale
Sale
Sale

33

Sale

24}$
25
16*$ Sale
15}$ Sale

100}$ 100}$
245$
40}$ .Sale
4

315$
55$

215$
7*$
100%

22

29

I^ov.

4

325$ Nov. 17

22

Nov.

6

22

7*$ Nov.

5

8}$

94

Nov.

6

8% Nov.

6

53}$

26

265$

Nov.

2 100

25% Nov.
*$ Nov.

29

*$
5$
50%
51
Nov.
52%
43% Sale
39% Nov.
102% 103% 102% Nov.
r

32

33%

Sale

32

Nov.

4

Sale

5i

Nov.

Nov.

45

Nov. 28

105

Nov. 10

24% Nov. 28

Nov.

Nov.

111

Nov.

111

Sale

9

Nov.

105

335

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

109

-

Sale

Nov. 19

6
90% Nov.
139% Nov. 10
11% Nov. 19

Nov.

12*$ Sale
108}$ 109

Nov. 25
Nov. 12

Nov. 27
9

14

15

14

Nov.

17

57

Sale

Nov.

2

56

Sale

53

Nov.

57% Nov.

5

23%
265$
20%
60%

Sale
Sale
21

22% Nov.

35

93}$ Sale

94

34 5$
40

345$
45%

24

24

Sale

185$

Sale
61}$

30

34

41}$

61%

38

4%
17%
Sale

Nov. 28

Nov.

2

24% Nov. 19
27% Nov. 17

18*$ Nov.

4

22

24

Nov. 10

60

Nov. 27

60% Nov. 25

Sale

33

Nov. 13

35

Sale

93% Nov.

4

95% Nov. 12

41

6

45^

Nov. 30

-----

Sale

16

Nov.

6

38% Sale

38

Nov.

2

14

69*1

3

5$ Nov. 30

68}$ Nov. 23

124
Sale

365$

37%

30%

37

36% 375$
195$ Sale
85$ Sale

11

19%
8%

155$

21

46 %
22

28}$

Class A

..*

9
22

"27%
49
Sale

29}$

27%
385$
40%

Nov. 30

4% Nov. 17
17% Nov. 17
44% Nov.
765$ Nov.

14

Nov.

2

14*$ Nov. 19

36

Nov.

4

19

Nov.

2

36*$ Nov. 25
$05$ Nov. 17

8% Nov.

4

25

22

Sale
39}$

42%

22
21

39%

8}$
30

Sale
23

Sale

9

Novl

5

21% Nov. 25

23

21

27% Nov. 2
395$ Nov. 10

Nov. 21

39% Nov. 28

Nov. 18

41

44

41

Nov.

Sale

32

Sale

29

Nov.

30%
205$
3%

31%
21%
Sale
6%

31

Sale

42% Nov, 13
32% Nov. 17

31

Nov. 30

33

19

20

6

6%

245$

22

16%

175$

16*$

36

38

37

2%

Sale
27

38

29

55$

7}$

Sale
Sale

22

June

8

55

875$
10%
41%
100%
145$

Jan.
Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

7

16

3

45

2

July

July
5}$ Oct.
Jan.

23
22

14% Feb.
2
57% June 16
30 % June 16

27

Mar. 13

Nov. 20

1

Aug. 19
Nov. 27
Nov.

9
Nov. 28

Aug.
Aug.

1
1

22

Nov. 10

63% Aug.

3

Feb.

21

13 112
Feb. 27
27

Feb.

21

Feb.

27

32

June 26

June 16

3

July

25

15

Oct.

28

375$ Oct.
545$ Jan.
118% Jan.
10
July
36% Oct.
55$ Jan.

47% Mar. 6
45$ May 20
4% Sept. 21
20
Sept. 1
48-5$, Jan.
765$ Nov.
Apr.
14}$ Oct.
37% Sept.
125$ June
36% Oct.
205$ Nov.
115$ Jan.

120

Nov.

14% Apr.
8% Oct.

22
9

11
3
1
16
23
17
29

14% Jan. 21
19% May 12

19

Aug. 27

28

Oct.

26

Jan.

16

39% Oct.

16

40

Oct.

20

54

26

215$ Jan.
27% Jan.

2

4
June 17

24%

22

Nov. 20

22% Nov. 13

21% June

17%

17
37

Nov. 27
Nov. 28

175$ Nov. 13

0% Mar. 12
27
Jan. 21

1 *$ July

July

20
20

June 16

Nov. 10

15

Mar. 19

30% Feb. 21
27% Nov. 17

Oct.

16

38

Sept.

65$ Oct.

36

225$ Nov. 9
3% Nov.
2
65$ Nov. 17

Sale

34

15 325

235$ Jan.

36

Feb.
7
Nov. 28

106% Feb. 11
8
24% Nov. 28

Apr. 14 112
75$ Jan. 21
18%
91}$ Apr. 28 111
91
Apr. 29 111
3% Jan.
7
235$
2
75
22% Jan.

86

8

June

13
13
90% Nov. 6
7 139% Nov. 10

June

29-

14

4

44% Nov. 18

6 105

19% Nov. 24
2 5$ Nov. 25
5}$ Nov. 12

3

Mar.
Oct.

18

27
Nov.

35$ Sale
165$
18

36

10*$

% Apr. 30
44

30% June
995$ Jan.

3

73% Sale
69
119% 120% 121
Sale

4

3
325$ Nov. 17
24
3
225$ Oct.
8
3
Nov.
6
80
Feb. 24 100
Nov.
4
*$ Sept. 30
Feb. 20
25
Jan. 10
Feb.
4

Nov.

16}$

22}$

34

Oct.
9
Nov. 12
Feb.
5
Nov.
6
Feb. 10

June

100

111

-i

22%
26

23*$ Jan.
215$ Oct.
4% Jan.

Nov. 25

Sale

Sale

2

25

5
27
May 18
Sept. 23 203
Aug. 13
55$ Sept. 3
5
75$ Nov.
3
15% Jan.
33% Oct. 22

301

Sale

27}$

2

Apr. 30
July 29
Sept. 21

186

Nov, 24

Sale

14

34]

104

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

55$

Nov. 17
Nov.
2

44% Nov. 18

5%
300
332% 312}$
112
1135$ 107 %
17% Sale
12%
110% 112
107

15%

48}$
50
555$
56
117}$ 118}$

52*

33%
5%
312%
1115$
18}$

4

Hutchinson Sug Plant cap.15
Island Pineapple Co Ltd—
25

32}$ Sale

Sale

.10

20

Nov.
4 196
1965$ 187
Nov. 16
6%
6%
6*$ Nov. 13
75$ Nov.
5
30% Sale
29% Nov. 25 32% Nov. 4

if4

60

33~"

Sale

105

108

94}$
94}$
35$

Jan.

22
195

84
89
85*$
90
87
127}$ 129}$ 1235$ 125% 138
10*$
11U.
11%
10%
40
42}$
41
46%
102}$ 104
102
103
101%
21}$ Sale
23
23}$
205$

105
9

Sale
Sale

26

Sale

103

299

"32

29
22
7}$
Sale

25}$

288"" 312"'

Preferred.....

.

188

7
31

1
Sale

13*$ July 20 175$ Oct.
1
132% Apr. 24 140
Mar. 12

20*$ Jan.
187

94

}$
26

...»

Honolulu Plantation cap .20
Hudson Motors Car Co
*
Hunt Bros Pack com (new) .10

Preferred

155$

133

23}$

15

cap.

5
Fire A Marine Insur
Co of Calif capital
10
Honolulu Oil Corp Ltd
cap.*

Common

15}$
135

" Sale

23

Home

135

...

105 5$

21

25

....

'4,544

104

2.50

Galland Mercantile Laundry
4,033
common (capital;
•
52,624 General Motors........
.10

360

102

1045$ 105 %
118}$ 120

20

1,484 Fireman's Fund Indem
11,363 Fireman's Fund Insur

1,477

101

*

California Packing cap
California Water Serv pref 100

23,881 El Dorado Oil Works
cap...*
95,025 Emporium Capwell cap
..*
80,728 Emsco Derrick A Eq Co cap.5

35

105
...

1

California ink Co Inc A

367,853 Crown Zeller com vot tr ctfs •
10,662
Preference series A
.»*
8,063
Preference series B.
129,602 Di Giorgio Fruit Corp com. 10
27,735
Preferred
100

6,612

99

10
100

8,206

66,607

104

108}$
103}$
104}$
1013$
1083$

Highest

Sale Prices

5

Bank of Calif Nat AssncaplOO
Bishop Oil Co
5

118 Crocker First Nat Bk SPcaplOO
Crown Willamette pref
*

775

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Ask

109

105

Atlas Imp Diesel Eng Co..—5

6,134 Creameries of America

3

108
103

com

Consol Aircraft Corp com___l
Con sol
Chemical
Industries
30,846
Inc class A partlc pref
•

1,392
2,372

107

119

Preferred

8,990
88,094
1,394
35,641
14,231
17,251
2,900
1,305
21.663

13,621

106% 107 %
101*$ 103

120}$

50,234 California Copper Cap
35,749 Calif Cotton Mills cap
42.893 Callf-Engels Mining Co

1~,623
1,965

104

117

33,673 Calamba Sugar Estate com 20
6,295
Preferred
20
22,617 Ctlaveras Cement Co com
•

~

105

105

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

106

119

caplO
528 Associated Oil Co capital..25

25

757,500

Par.

120,569 Assoc

2,766
1,215
2,612

Bid

106}$ 107 5$
104% 105

104

1935

$73,000

STOCKS

17,757

7,900
5,287

103 %

1947

cap 10
220 Alaska Packers Assn cap..100
39,525 Anglo-Calif Nat'l Bank
20

160

Nov. 2
Ask

1942

6%

14.892 Alaska Juneau Gold M

~l",824

■

1941

Shares.

850

,

1937

4%
1965
121,500 Emporium Capwell 5 H*-.1942
1,000 Gt Western Po* Co 5s
194b

1,000

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30___.__.

2

1936

S

8,000
29,000
6,000
16,000
6,000
40,000
4,000
15,000
17,000
2,000

....

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

286,000 Atlas Diesel Eng Co 6s...1945
6,000 Calif Gas & Elec Corp 5s. 1937
1,000 Calif Packing Corp
5%..1940

5,000

1936

$14,000
560,500

...

Price

Jan.

BONDS

1,000 City Electric Co 5s
1,000 Coast Co G & E Co

Bond Sales

November.

1,394,938
6,975,194

8,308,335

Since
Jan. 1

%
7,000

1935

968,108

2

Feb.

30

32% Nov. 17
33

Nov. 20

225$
45$
75$
10%
27%

Nov. 9
Aug.
7
July 31
Mar. 25
June 25

175$ Nov. 13
38

Nov. 10

AGGREGATE

SAN

SALES

900
'

4,166
27,244

<

f

'

•

,

"""320

Y

325

f

1,430

k

3,955

4,626
45

'

;

12,137
7,620
50

1.035

?:

" "ioo

Y

Ask

Bid

Par

Bid

9%
Sale

"9

113%

106

1,020

1.10
2

30

8

,9

4

3

220

1.763
3,007

a common

capital—.....*

11% Sale

12

9

Sale
Sale
54%
68
15% Sale
28% Sale
29 K Sale

22
95

90%

94

2,265

5,046
15,849
43,046
110,727
108*,696
38,037
35,572
5,574
223,134
120,514
6,365
3,646
22,938

105

Y

♦

500

t

17,488
4,681
485

""770
"

1,775^
2,440
1,060
2,410

.

;;

785

2,058
27,784
2,073

*

80

;:Y

2.764
123
15

2,201
-729

7

2,552
'•••

,

•

15

2,960
1,882

"¥,095
3,750
1,454
317

17,110
3.830

665

5,583
309

427,118
17,370
10,750
1,015
1,984
12,619

""""96

>

31% Sale
29 % Sale
26 % Sale
51 % Sale
105% 106

Pacific Gas 8c Elec Co com.25

124,566
4,753
8,427
9,285
20.733
8,487
19.687
11,216
11,684
205.795
11,584

13%

*

Pacific Can Co

25
25

6% 1st preferred....
5h% 1st preferred
Pacific Lighting Corp com.
$6 dividend pref..

4% Sale

non-vot__*
First preferred
•
Pac Tel Ac Tel Co common. 100
Pac Pub Serv com

Preferre d.

Sale
Sale
135% 140
80
Sale

18%
120

100

....

Parafflne Cos, Inc., com....*
Preferred

13

Ihc

Paciftc-Amer Fisheries,

'

605

13%

PaauhauSugarPlantCo capl5

825

35

1,657
5,967
9,863
9,617
3,344
1,902

12%

Rights
Phillips Petroleum Co

*
cap..*

40

39

Rights

2%

pf *
Ltd com.*
100

Plg'n Whistle Corp partlc
Ry Eq & Realty Co

preferred
5% preferred
6%

Class b

5

*
Papcl a com *
*

7,594 Safeway Stores Inc common.*
1,541 San Joaq Lt Ac Pr prior pf.100
Prior pref series a
352
100
33,513 Schteslnger Ac Sons cl a com *
Preferred.
..........100
6,966
59,370 Shell Union Oil Corp com..*
cum conv pref
100
350

26%

~2§"

104
33 %

(cap'u.lQO
Gate cl a..*
♦

Sou Pacific Co com

Class b

l8%
L7%
18%
51%

)0
r6

Spring ValleyCo Ltd capital *
Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

34
116

3

15.,
109% 110%

Sale
3% Sale

24

V*
6

%
7

40% Sale

4%

5%

40

41

2

3

15% Sale
101
13 %

Sale
Sale

Calif cap..25

5%
6

39%
6% Sale
Sale

41% Sale

125

128

Sale
Sale

45%
4
4%
2%
1%
9%
9%
39% Sale

44%

47

Sale

48%

3% Sale
19% Sale
104% 105
14% Sale
23% Sale

Sale
23%

24

14%

14

Sale

8%

13

Sale

...10

7%

45%

Sale

1%

15%
26%
123%
31

94%

Sale

14%

15

305

27

36

37

38%

57}
52}

60

59

55

56

57

59

64%

2,110

19,246

value




52

Nov.

9

Nov.

31

4

Jan.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 21

119

Jan.

Nov. 17

139% Jan.
68
Apr.
101% July

7

8% Nov. 28

2

26

Nov. 23

Nov.

6

Nov. 17
Nov. 14

lc

48% Nov.

44% Nov. 25

4% Nov.
4% Nov.
88% Nov.
20
Nov.
44% Nov.
38% NoV,

7

4

30

30
19

46

2
Nov.
9
Nov. 27

5

45%

Nov. 30

6
Nov.
28% Nov.
109
Nov.

2

40% Nov.

2

9

24

3!m

311

315

Sale
63%
63%

Sale

23

40%
32%
29%
58%

Nov. 28
Nov. 28

9 110% Nov. 14

85c
7

5% Oct'
23% Apr.
104% Jan.

Nov. 12

Nov. 21

"

Nov. 23

2% Nov. 28
1 % Nov. 30
8% Nov. 25
38% Nov. 24
13
Nov. 12

45% Nov.
4

Nov.

2

Nov.

6

9% Nov. 19
41% Nov.
14% Nov.

104

24

3% Nov.
21 % Nov. 17
106
Nov. 24
18
Nov. 21

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

25% Nov. 27
25% Nov. ~

14

Nov.

38

47

5

Apr.
20% Aug.
10

Jan.

Jan.

14

Nov.
Jan.

15% Nov. 25

Nov.

4 310

Nov.

6

36% Nov. 23
60
Nov.
7
54
Nov.
5

38% Nov. 10

4

64% Nov. 25

57

Nov.

65

Nov. 13

59

Nov. 25

4

Feb.

10

290

tig
48%
4%
21%
2 106%
8
30
26 28%
2
28%
6
41%
20%
2
1.45
15
3

21

28

May 20 120
Apr. 29 327

26% Jan.
50% June 19
Oct. 15

53

23% Jan.

Nov. 24

5

Nov.

Nov. 27

30
Nov. 24

7
3% Aug.
43% Oct. 17
o
Sept. 21
5
2% Oct.
9% Oct. 21

2% June 26
6
14% Jan.

112
300

Feb.

95

Jan.

Jan.

2

July

Oct.

% July
23% Jan.
2
May
1% May
6% Jan.
35
Aug.
11% Oct.

101
11

Nov. 16

1%
15%
27%
125%

Jan.

Jan.

Nov. 28

112

23% Apr.
42

8

Nov. 27

121

15% Apr.
115

105 Oct.

12% Nov.

9

liH

Jan.

23

Nov.

17% Nov. 30

Nov.

14

Oct.]

110% Nov. 14

% Jan.
2% May

40

3%
19%
104%
14%
23%

Nov. 12

45% Nov. 30
July 29

30% June

40

Sept. 22

46

108% Sept.

Nov. 24

6

48% Apr.

16]
34]
29

Nov.

2

13

7% Feb.

Nov. 13

Nov.

22

24% Oct.

Nov. 16

5

21

June 15

93

47

Nov.

14

25
27
16
30
8

Nov. 14

80;

Nov. 24 109'

Nov. 27

23
20

Oct.

14c

38% Jan.
60c Sept.

Nov. 10 112

Nov. 24

July
July

108

June

110

5

Sept. 10
Nov. 28

July
July
108
Sept.
8% July
26% Sept.
151% Nov.
152
Apr.
97% Feb.

6

Nov.

12
10
11
15
Jan. 16
Jan. 24
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Feb.

l\Z/*

Nov. 12

5% Nov.
92

27

5

2

Nov.

20

Feb

29%
26%
49%
104%
4%
18%

110

106

300

27%

23

1%
15%
13% Nov. 17
25% Nov, 23 27%
26%
Nov 16 125%
125% 125
Nov, 24
31
31%
11^
96
91% Nov, 23 95

17%

124

24%

9
Nov. 30
Nov.

Nov. 20 106

36% Nov.

305

Walalua

Nov. 28

24

5

Aug.

100%
99%
19%
33%
32%
14%

12% Jan.
13% July
17% Oct.

2

"T%
i8%

36% Sale

298

87,867
1,106

Nov. 12

22

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
Aug.

105

46%
Sale

48
3% Sale
19% Sale
105
Sale
17% Sale
24% Sale
%
oaie
24 % Sale

110

14

9

46

100

Sale

49%

42% Sale
2%
3
1% Sale
8%
9%
38% Sale
13%
13%

Pipe Ac Steel of Calif
common ................10

cap

Sale

45% Sale
8% Sale
32
33%

35 Weill & Co (r) 8% pref... 100

; 848 WellsFargoBk Ac UnTr

Sale

103

Sale
12%
14
26% Sale

Sale

Universal Cons Oil..

*

14

9 151%
141% Nov.
2 151%
150
Nov.
78
Nov. 24 82%
107
Nov. 4 108

46

110

10

*

Sale

87

110% 112

23

Rights

Sale

47% Mar. 11
13
Jan. 23

8

Jan.

68%
65%
13%
28 |
19
5%

31% Nov.
29% Nov.

25

25

17%
21%
19%
38%

30

6% Nov.

Sale

109

24%

13%

50%
105% 105

20

29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

47

37

9

Nov. 19

4% Sale
89%

45

........25
United Air Lines Trans —..5
Preferred.....

6

18

Noy.

17%
34%
31%
28%
49%

Sale

"45"

Sale

42%

32% Aug. 21
10% June 19

28

v,

18

76%
107% 108

22

common..25

Union Oil Co of

Union Sugar Co

•(Consolidated) cl a ser 1.50

No par

45%

ov.

21

SakT

8

3
Nov.
5
43% Nov. 25
8
Sept.
1
5% Nov. 28

Jan.

0

Nov.
2
Nov. 30 22
5 100% Nov. 12
Nov.
5
99% Nov. 10
93
Nov.
13% Nov. 30 14% Nok. 5
29
Nov. 10 29% Nov. 13
20% Nov. 25 22% Nov. 2
7% Nov. ,7
6% Nov. 2

Sale

27
16
28
25
28

Sept. 1
2% Jan. 11

2

3
Nov.
5
43% Nov. 25

17% Nov. 12

78

Sale

14

Transamerlca Corp capital..*

310

*

•

Nov.

18

150

92

37%
94%

Agricultural Co..20
50
885 Yellow Checker Cab Co
Yellow Ac Checker Cab co—

270

80

1 %

10

Super Mould

44%

Western

3,025

17%
18
18

Sale

2
2
5
Nov. 10

Nov.

19

7%

7.

15
14

Nov.. 5

7
2
27
Oct.
7
14% Jan. 16 109
6
27% Sept. 26
103
Jan.
3
23% Aug. 26
19% Aug.
26% Nov. 16
1.45 Oct. 17
11
Oct. 13
1.10 N^v.
2

95

Sale

21

76

39% Nov. 27 40% Nov.
12% Nov.
6% June
9
11% Jan.
6% May 22
10c
May
6c May 27
105% Nov. 12 116% Jan.
10
Feb
5% Apr. 29
4% Feb.
1% Jan
6
3
4% Oct.
2
July
27% Nov.
6
Jan. 22

2% Nov. 6
3% Nov. 4
2 27% Nov. 27
Nov.
9
9 108

5% Nov. 28

96% 100%
94
96%
13% Sale
29% Sale

106

112

*

Rights
Sou Pac Golden

14%
30

Sale
Sale

16% Jan.
5% Jan.

4

.

Nov. 18

8

2
8

June

Apr.

25

35% Nov. 13
12
Nov.
2

6%

16%
20%
17%
38%
Sale
31%
Sale
28%
59
29%
>1
52% 49%
)5% 106% 105%
8%
7
Sale
24%
15% Sale
149
12% Sale

L7

5

28

Sale

19

106

Signal Oil Ac Gas Co class a.*
Soundview Pulp Co
.....5

.650 Telephone Investment Corp *
Thomas Allec Corp class a..*
Tide Water Assoc Oil Co com *
Preferred
100

3,628
66,851
3,773
,9P
2,250,914
140,917
110,516
9,980
4,585
4,986
158,237

~

81%
19
19%
34% Sale
34
34%

80

Republic Petroleum Corp—1
Roos Bros Inc common
1
350
Series a preferred......100

33,380
29,375
33,897
83,399
45,351
15,775
9,325
155,240
II,224

22%
6%

2

Nov.

40% Nov. 27
12% Nov. 16
10% Nov. 17

Nov.

34

37%
38
12% Sale

-—..100

....

Rainier Pulp Ac

14

3% Nov.
76

25

4%

98

29

2% May

11

Nov. 30

14

25
10
13
27
5
2

Nov.

24

95c
3
19

Sale

71

b...

108

43% Sale

37
Sale

77,568

109

24% Sale

13
6

Natomas Co

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov,

24% Nov.

Sale

26%

34

34

6% preferred
100
2,250
5%% preferred
100
101,005 North Amer oh Con sol cap. 10
6,113 Occidental Insurance cap._10
29,953 Oliver United Filters Inc a..*

80

4,111

3

4

Sale

100

2%
Sale

2

1.20

2
21

North Amer iny Corp—

Highest
Sale Prices

7% Nov. 23
2
Nov. 12
3
Nov. 28

8

7%

Sale

25

34

Common

Sale

108

108

Sale

Loewst

Sale Prices

106"" 107 " 105% Nov." 12 I06%"Nov."l9

Sale

Inc rtc
ao»lea 1
_..*

4,287
I,295

100

40*

9%
10%

9
6%
2%
1%
3% Sale
24% Sale

8%
2K
Sale
17 K

Nat Auto Fibre-

99,105
118,960

57

9%

9% Sale

.....

2,105
14,718

3%
37

"26

Highest
Sale Prices

11%
3%
56%
39%
9%
9%

Sale

14

12%
3% Sale
61% Sale

T

Ask

Ask Bid

11

31,665 Uatfjendorf United bek cl a *
Clftis b
*
12,161
82,051 Le Tourneau Inc common..1
25 %
900 Leslle-Callf Salt Co capital.*
9%
18,922 Llbby McNeill & Llbby
8%
252,305 Lock Heed Alrcr Corp com_.l
131,990
Rights
.'.
4,681 l a Gas 8c Elec Corp pref..i00 110
7%
6,563 Lyons-Magnus Inc a
*
1%
b
13,976
2%
115,147 Magna vox Co Ltd (capltal)2%
16 K
25,972 Magnln 8c Co (i) common...*
566
Preferred
100 103
17%
83,595 Marchant Cal Mach Co com 10
95.732
New
102,166
Rights
*
IK
163 Market Street Ry Co com. 100
20
Prior
3,435
pref
100
6
35
Preferred....100
2
145
Second preferred
100

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Shares

2,084
1,238
9,412

.

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Shares

Price

EXCHANGE

Jan. 2

Since Y

In

Tovember

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

FRANCISCO

STOCK

65

STOCK EXCHANGE

SAN FRANCISCO

Dec., 1936]

16

Feb.

8

Oct.

29

Sept. 25
Feb.

14

Nov. 17
Mar.

7

Nov. 21

Feb.
Oct.
Oct.

7
23
23

Aug.

7

Oct.

8

17
Apr. 13
Apr, 18

July

38% Sept.

4

65

Nov. 13

59

Nov. 25

64% Nov. 25

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MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

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RANGE OF PRICES ON THE
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

•"

1936

♦

November

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 3(L

AGGREGATE
>

SALES

LOS

November

Stnce
Jan. 1

'Shares

5,200 Associated Gas

4,400
45,000
23,100
3,600
129

;7'■

;V

26,315
87f700
63,500
133,600
2,900
3,370

;•

par

& Elec A

■5,506
3,000
10,600
2,300

Pref

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

1936
Bid

Nov. 2

Ask
60c

Bid

14 h

45c

23
120

35i

Nov, 30

,

Ask Bid

Barnhart-Morrow Cons
1
Berkey & Gay Furn Co....*
Warrants—
Bolsa Chlca Oil Corp A

86
5c

Sale

2

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

6 5*

10

15*
99
5
5c
4c
8c
7c

Sale
25*
100

85*

Lowest

15* Nov.
725*c Nov.

9
4
* Nov. 17

Sale

1045* 1035*

103

Nov.

85* Nov.

6 104

Sale

9c
19c
«14c

5c
9c

8c
15c

9c

Nov. 14
Nov. 24

5c
10c

,»8c

15c

10c

Nov. 19

10c

295*

305*

8c

4c

13c
13c

10c
9c

Nov.

5c

155*

305*

315*

315*
335*

45

41

Nov.

345*

305*
395*

40

40

20

18

Nov.

23

20

6c

'

195* Nov.

325* Nov.

9

200

1,600
5,650
5,900
4,900
6,300
800

2,000
xZ

364 Crysralite Products
Corp
55
Pref

x5

11

1,400
600

12,700 General Paint

555*

5

Nov. 14
Nov. 17
Nov. 19

32>* Nov.

6

32,500
26,100
1,404
6,000

B

2,600

'*366

Sale
20c

460

35*

50

Preferred

Nov.

Sale

xl*

555*

565*

500

11,000
91,500

5

1,660 Honolulu Oil Corp.........*
1,800 (Hudson Motor Car Co......*
4,700 International
Cinema.....
358,800 Jade Oil Co
1
747,300 Klnner Air pi At Motor
Corp.l

95

2*9",300

*5,266
"■*643
43,200
5,500

165* Jan.

19
1

195*

23
73

205*

21

425

41c

460

z435

24

2

35

d Warr

145*

85* Sale

295*
27
1

Sale

85* Nov.

400
390

200

2,089
700

16,000
13,500
3,900
2,174
1,200
11,000

f "loo

205*

28

95c

•

225*

205* Nov. 20

Sale

8c

9c

10c

Sale

]

1

10c

40c

Safe

"85* Sale

215*

195*

195*

1.10
1.45 Sale
Sale
8c
9c
Sale
57 5* c Sale

*

216,400 Lincoln Petroleum
Corp
187,100
New
44,800 Lockheed Aircraft Corp
37,200
(Rights
10,395 L A Gas A Elec 6% pref
274,100 L A Industries Inc....
24,900 L A Investment Co.....

41c

Sale

""§5*

36c

Sale

"16 % Sale

Sale

....

100
2

10

Magin Ac Co (I)
38,298 Mascot Oil Co
1
166,500 Menasco Mfg Co..
...1
6,950 Merchants Petroleum Co
1
3,472 Mills Alloys Inc A.
*
2,205
B
27,294 Mt Diablo Oil Ming A
Dev.

700 National Funding
Corp...10
232,150^ Nor don Corp
..5
98,370 Occidental Pet
Corp..
1

61,505 Oceanic Oil Co
75,707 Ollnda Land Co

112

Sale

2>* Sale
55* Sale

100

x5

800
400

23,400
500

2,900
800

54,100
6,500
1,186
10,900
9,700
11,500
357,500

25* Sale
2

25c

32c

106

Sale

45*
55*

Sale

65*

Nov. 20

85c

Mar. 6
Apr. 13
Feb. 19

,

:

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

Apr.

Apr. 30

......I

........1

5c




2

45c

20c
25c
60c
9c

11c
36c
70c
10c

1st preferred

m

75

Nov.

5

9

Nov.

Mar.

3
2
20

Jan.

Apr. 28

May

205*~Nov."l8

2
22

Jan.

5

Aug. 14
July 10

285* Nov. 21

28

Nov.

2

1

Nov.

2

195* Nov. 23

21
Nov. 16
1.00 Nov. 19
1.30 Nov. 27
8c
Nov. 10
10c
Nov. 2
36c
Nov. 12 62 5*c Nov.30
30c

July

Nov. 25

46c

Nov."

7

2

1065* Nov. 24

4

55* Nov. 12
8

Nov.

7

25*
75c
55c

75c
36c

17c
Sale
Sale
15c
14

15*

62|*c

25*
70c
17c

36c
65c
10c

46c

12

11

88*

29

505*

_.....*

106

Service......*

75*

70c
13c

135*
365*
Sale

32
49

105

75*

Nov.

4

10c

Nov. 24
Nov. 19
Nov.
4

13

Nov. 24

335* Nov.
11

2

Nov.

18^

33c

85* Sale

25*
455*

3

455*

175* Nov.
6

Nov. 23

45* Nov. 12
35c
2
40c

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
60c
Nov.
125* Nov.
13c
Nov.
45c
Nov.
70c
Nov.
10c
Nov.

Ik

16
25

16
7
12
4

14

46c

95c

7c
36c

Nov. 18
Nov. 10

4

185* Nov. 10
85* Nov. 24
27c

Nov.
6
35* Nov. 19
465* Nov. 16

Sept.
Oct.
Nov.

135* Feb. 3
1054 July 15
305* Feb. 14
93

Jan.

14

Feb.
Feb.

29c

Feb.

5
4

Apr. 21
4

375*c Sept. 26
115* Jan. 28
30c

June

11

1165* Jan. 29
55* Nov. 12
8
Nov. 7

Jan.
7

14
25* Jan. 23
17c
Jan. 14
15* June 30
35c
June
5
Jan.

2

125* Nov. 23
12c
July 17
25c
Jan. 15
Jan.
Jan.

(© A
Mar. 12

16c
95c
13c

May

235* Oct.
55c
July

8c

Nov.
5
Oct. 28
225* Oct.
2
205* Nov. 18

r

25* Jan.

50c

Nov. 24

31

65* June
6c May :
111
Mar.:

2

6

May 21

1215* Oct. 19
1.45 Aug.
3

Nov.
35c Oct.

32c

Jan.

Jan.

30c

5

6

Nov. 10
July 21

285* Oct. 30

75c
Jan.
26
May
14 5^ May

4

Nov. 30
105* Nov. 10
365* Nov. 17
315* Nov. 9
285* Nov. 28
355* Nov. 12
515* Nov. 19
21045* Nov. 19
7J* Nov. 27

Nov. 2
Nov.
6
Nov. 20
385* Nov. 4
27c
3

75c

11

ii8*

11%

"415*

12c
35c
65c

if

27c

405*

35c
2
40c
55c

5
Nov. 16
Nov. 25
Nov. 16
Nov.
5

105* Nov.
385* Nov.
315* Nov.
285* Nov.
285* Nov.
5154 Nov.
21045* Nov.
8 y.
75* Nov.

175*
175*
65* Sale

325*

4

105*
113*
385* Sale
315* 315*

27c

32c

Nov.

35* Nov.

125* Nov. 23

k 13c

36

105*
385*
32

60c

14

185* Jan.

lc

""95*"No'v."2 "I65*~Nov."i7

45* Sale
33c

105*
105*
375*
315*

Pacific

67.

70c

335* Sale

Lighting Corp com.....*

6% preferred...
Pacific Public

see page

62^* c Sale
35c^ 40c

10

Western Oil Corp...*
Republic Petr Co Ltd
..10
94.690 Rice Ranch Oil Co
......1
2,900 Ryan Aeronautical Co
1
2,500 Safeway Stores Inc
»

For footnotes

3
1

Sale

1

19

July 30

Aug.
Aug.

145* Nov. 19

Nov. 16

1055* 1065* 1055* Nov.
45* Sale
45* Nov.
75*
75*
65* Nov.

1

16c
18c
60c

Pacific Indemnity Co
Pac

50c

16c

A.......10
4,200
Preferred series C ......10
3,600
Preferred series D......10
9,100 Pac Gas A Elec Co
com_.__25
4,900
1st pref 4%
25
1,900
55*% 1st preferred......25

200
100

100

49c

20,800 Pacific Clay Products
.._*
148,500 Pac Finance
Corp common. 10
3,400
Preferred series

100

5,500

June
Jan.

6
Feb. 28
Feb.
4
Feb. 28

245* Nov. 24

9

295*

215*

Sale

95c

725*c

14
6

Feb.

Jan.

22
5
Nov. 10
Nov. 21 57 5*c Nov. 2
Nov. 12 £450
Nov.
6

245* Nov. 24
715* Nov. 20
145* Nov. 10

695* Sale
145* Sale

95*

50c

Nov. 10
Jan.

Sept.:

55* Oct.

9

xZQX Nov. 17

19"~ "205* "l95*"Nov.""4

Sale

.39

145* May

Nov.

200

8,600
11,700

Jan.

185* Nov. 9
55* Nov. 17

195* Nov.

52 5* c Sale

Sale

135*

20
39c
75c

60
July 18
415* Nov. 5
Apr.
7
45* Apr. 13

28

May
June ;

x2

6

Feb.
8
Feb.
7
Feb.
7
325* Oct. |22

Sept.

95

8

17c
30c
30c

8

Jan.
•

1

8
4

8 5* Apr.
16c
Feb.

July. 28
185*

57 5* c Sale
425
450

„..__*

90,500 Hancock OH Co A
Holly Development Co.
554 Holly Oil Co

18

315* Jan.
335* Mar.!

Nov.

xZOX Nov.

com.*

269,825

July
35* Jan.

6
Nov. 24
June 10

Nov.

;

200

Jan.

23
29
23
27

10

July

9c
10c

125* Nov. 19
145* Nov. 5
354 Nov. 12

Nov:
17 5* Nov.

185*
55*

4
10

6c
5c

265*
105*
115*
35*

105* Nov.
125* Nov.

*

Goodyear T Ac R Akron

Nov.

28

105*
135*

ii

Nov. 25
415* Nov. 5
22
Nov. 24
2
Nov. 16
139
Nov. 10
32
Nov. 25

Nov.

Sale

45*

....*

Golden State Co

2

1365*

48

16

Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.

1045* Apr.

»

Jan.

565*

15
10c
440

900 General
Telephone........20
Gladding McBean Ac Co
..*
Globe Grain Ac Milling Co^.25

1*166

25*
129

2l'A

10

900 ^General Metals
Corp...
•
24,400 General Motors Corp......10

15*
128
29

55*

100

400 Farmers Ac Merch Nat
Bk.100
375 Foster & Klelaer Co

'"loo

12,800
3,600

145* Sale
125* Sale
35* Sale
165* Sale

*

1,454 District Bond Co
...25
3,900 Douglas Aircraft Inc.......*
82,400 Emsco Derr 8c
Equip Co.....5
434,934 Exeter Oil Co A
..1

6,100
8,500

1.05 Sale
00 X
91
28
Sale

55* May 19
Sept. 15

2
98

85* Apr.
Nov.

'

3,050 California Bank new...
25
1,600 Calif Packing
Corp
*
2,893 Central Investment
Corp.100
11,900 Chapman's Ice Cream Co
*
3,600 Chrysler Corp
5
20,600 Citizens Nat T 8c S Bank..20
36,900 Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd.*
56,400 Consolidated Oil Corp......*
129,800 Consolidated Steel com
*
29,000
Preferred
..._*
6,100 Creameries of America v t c.*

10 130
10 25c
Sept. 1
35*
575* Oct. 24
1.50

2

Nov. 16

6c

75* Nov. 30
265* Nov. 19

Jan.
Jan.

5c

1.50 Nov. 27

8c

6c

Aug. 28

May 11

Nov. 23
Nov.
2

35* Nov. 23

6c

7c

15

8

6 130
Nov. 10
25c

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
60c
Jan. 24 625*c Jan.
|31
Jan.
7
4
Oct. 29
Apr.
4 445* Apr.
4

75* Nov. 30
265* Nov. 19

Nov.

21c

1.40 Sale

Sale

2

Nov. 13

120

25* Sale

,

75c

103

45* Nov.
23

130
30c

12c

Sale

70c

10

B

24

1215* 127

25c

*

...........

500
500
395

$7,200
36,400

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

Sale Prices

Ask

""75* Sale
26
5*,265*

45* Sale

13 H
84
3c

100

54,167
Preferred
..1
121,450
Preferred sot trust ctfs.„l
8,900 Byron Jackson Co
.....*

300

1935

$I",206

1

Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
24 Brock & Co 2d
pref
100
46,400 Buckeye Union Oil com
1
63,967
Common rot tr ctfs..
1

■

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Price

10 Associated Oil
1..
25
134,700 Bandini Petroleum Co
1
5,556 Barker Bros common.......*

714

1936

Jan. 2

STOCKS

400 Ambassador
Petroleum Co__l

800
205

Bond Sales

November

AN GELES

Shares

52,500

'

1,060,716
7,025,972

STOCK EXCHANGE

In

"

\ 1935

1,084,418
11,681,697

7
20
2
4

13
14
22
20

7
12
18
1

17
15
16
1

235* Oct.
1

7

Apr. 14

65* Mar. J1
39c

June
3
Feb.
3
Feb.
3
82 5* c Mar 14
125* Nov. 12
28c
Apr. 20
57 5*cJuly 21
85c
Feb.
7
31c
Feb. 11
4

1

145* Nov. 18
395* Nov. 10
15

Feb. 20
Mar. 27
June 16
Aug. 20
Oct. 27
Aug.
6
Nov. 12
Juy 21
Sept. 16
July 24
Aug. 20
Nov. 10

2J

July 29
Apr. 11

20

Nov. 19 '
Nov. 16

3

Since

Price

1,197
8,854

Samson Corp

4

10,973
51,400
6,400
15,500
30,200
1,000

7%

10454

preferred..——.—..100

*4554

Security Co units...........
Security Plrst Nat

Bank...20

SB

Corp......
Corp
25c
Signal Oil-Gas A
*

8

.......*

II*
13*

4% preferred...........25
BH% preferred...
...25
300 So Calif Gas A 6% pref_..25

2854

Southern Pacific

42

2954
4054 Sale
28

M

19

"2254 "24""
142

12,000
2,000
mmm

m

— m

5*325

137,472 Zenda Gold Mining Co

39,400

UNLISTED

928
200
100

3,900
400

100
......

500

mmmmmm

200

600

2,700

12,600
1,000
4,600
19,900
1,000
5,800
1,600

100

1,000
2,900
tmrnmmm m

800

500

300

;■>'

"600

1,500

1,700

.

100

8,900
200

1454

1454
35c

2c

9754 c

lc
lc

Sale
154c
2c
9254 c Sale

Sale

5c

2c

lc

154c
154c

44c

x9

lc

9,900
4,300
200
mmmmmm

500

"""loo
400

2,200
•

100
300

11,400

*
CI Neon Lights N Y
•
Commercial Solvents.......*
Com'wealth A Southern....*
Continental Oil Co (Del)...5
Cord Corp
5
Curtiss-Wrlght Corp
1
Electric Bond A Share......5
General Electric Co........♦
Goodrich (B F) Co
*
International Nickel Co
*
International Tel A Tel
..*
Kennecott Copper

§754 "3854

5

——

Sale

39

*

7,200 Radio- Keith-Orpheum.—.*
5,000 Seaboard Oil Co of Del.....*
......*
100 Sears Roebuck Co

12*1

5154
1554

»
*
*

4,300 U S Steel Corp
5
86,000 Warner Bros Pictures
100 Westinghouse El A Mfg Co.*

•

10

a Removed at close of business
Removed May 25. 1936. x Odd lot.




23

Nov. 10

18

Nov. 23

Nov.

142

x9

Nov. 10

18

Nov. 23

Jan.
2 150
2054 Aug. 26
754 Jan. 20
12
Feb. 19 40

4

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

10
6
15
7

4454 July

2

Jan.

Nov. 10

60

Nov.

4

9754c Nov. 2

2c

Nov. 13

lc

154c Nov. 9
lc
Nov. 21

1754
63c
754
1.45
10c

22c

41c

2c

&B
i8B
It*
1

1354 July 20
Jan. 29
154c Nov. 6
90c
Nov. 24
5c
Feb.
4
3
Jan.
6
lc
Jan. 20
lc
Jan
13
lc
July 13
31c
July 23
4c Oct. 17

1654 Nov. 10
Nov. 18

1654 Nov. 10
Nov. 30
154c Nov. 6
90c
Nov. 24

35c

50c

44C

7c

Sale

6c

Nov. 21

354 Sale
1654

1554
1654
454 Sale
3554 3654
354
454
654 Sale

354
3754
454
654

Sale
35*
385*
551
Sale

6

Nov. 18

45c

Nov.

4

10c

Nov. 14

Nov.

Nov. 23 22
Nov. 4 190
Nov. 20 51
Nov. 27 3154
654
Nov, 2
7
Nov. 4
Nov. 2 30

1654
354
3654
454
654

Sept. 22
Mar. 26
Nov. 27

Feb.

Apr.

4
8

Nov. 10

Jan. 23
Feb. 27
Mar. 10
Aug. 12

Mar. 20
Jan.
6

4c

June 26

lc
2c

Jan. 13
Apr. 24
Sept. 10
Jan. 31

48c
15c

Oct.

Nov. 27
Nov. 19

Nov. 27
Nov. 16
Nov. 27
Nov. 17

1654
454
3654
554

17

Nov. 27

3

Sept. 24

Nov. 30
Nov. 4
Nov. 24
Nov. 6
Nov. 2

20

Mar. 12

7

May 14 2354
Nov. 27
May
2 190
Nov. 19
May 27 .51
6
Jan.
2 3454 Apr.
754 Mar. 18
Jan. 18
Nov. 27
Apr.
9
6
July 10 3254 Oct.
5854 Mar. 2
Feb.
3

Nov. 23

454 Nov.

354 Nov. 14

Feb.

S* July

1054 Nov. 27
9
Nov. 23

6

Nov. 10

23

1

Nov."

9

Nov.

63

120

4

Nov.

_

47

Feb.

854 Nov.
754 Nov.

42c

52c
7c

454 Sale

4854
2454

Jan.

Nov. 5
Nov. 2
Nov. 24
Nov. 17

2

June

2

2

Oct.

26

Apr. 20
June

5

8354 Oct. 28
4
754 Feb.
June
2
80c

2054 Apr. 14
9
454 Oct.
3654 Nov. 24

5254

Sale

Sale

2554

13

5654
5754
1054
1054
5654
5754
44 54
4554
854 Sale
3154
3254

6354
1354
6654
4454

6454
1354
6754
4454

1254 Sale
1054
1054
754
8
3254
3354

1154
1154
1154 Sale
854 Sale
3554
3554

11

Sale

3354

3354

1754

1554

1654

4654 "4754
1954
1954
7 54 Sale
3554
3654
7554
7654
1454 Sale

4954
1954

Sale"

March 16. 1936.

Aug. 27

754 Mar. 23

654 Nov. 17

Apr. 30

6
754 Aug.
2454 July 24

53

Nov.'Io

29

Nov.

9

May 14
Apr. 29
Apr.
6

"1254 No"v."24

1454 .Nov.

7

Sept. 24

Nov. 10
Nov.
9
5654 Sept. 8
1554 July 15

52

Nov. 6
Nov. 16
Nov. 6
Nov. 4
Nov. 2
Nov. 17

62 54 Nov.

5154 "50 54 Nov.""5
3254 2654 Nov. 6

"49"
1254

17 54

400 Texas Corp..
9,700 Tide Water Assoc OU

12,500 United Corp (Del)
200 U S Rubber Co

Sale

§554 "§654

4,000 Standard Brands Inc.......*
600 Standard OU Co (New Jer)_25

*

Nov. 10

.

"11% "1254

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

600 Pacific Eastern Corp

63

.

May 14

554 Sale

Corp....*

63,800 Packard Motor Car Co......*
89,400 Radio Corp of America.....*

No par value,

liay 15.1936.

Inc..

"354 Sale'

Nov. 24
Nov.
9

Nov.

STOCKS—

10,800 Montgomery Ward A Co..—*
*
3,800 N Y Central RR
17,500 No Amer Aviation Inc..—1
1,500 North American Co........*

m

_2~ 800

•

1554

5

47

38

2554 Nov. 25
1554 Nov. 25
40
Nov. 27

Stand San..
Tel A Tel Co

100 McKesson & Bobbins

100

m

9

61

40c
3c

9

9
2

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Amer Rad A

800 Loevv's

100

700

mm

2254 Nov.
1454 Nov.

5954 Nov.

1554

200 Caterpillar Tractor........
Cities Service Co

66,600

"2",800

*'■

55

;

954 Sale
854
9

36c

Nov.

3454 Nov.

5
6

Nov. 4
Nov. 13

2154 2254 2254 2354 2154
*
178
17954 Sale x18854 Sale
Amer
100 15854 Sale
50
49
4954
Anaconda Copper Mining..50
3154
3054 3154
"2754 Sale'
Atlantic Refining Co
25
5
Sale
5
5
Sale
5
(The) Aviation Corp (Del)..5
4 54
45
Baldwin Locomotive
*
2854
Sale
275
5
5,400 Bendlx Aviation Corp
5254
5254
1,100 a Bethlehem Steel Corp....*

1,600
15,801
1,900
1,500
15,900
1,300

300

mmrn mm

"854

"io"

10
1
1

Co
...
21,000
103,397 Tom Reed Gold Mines Co
Oro Ami go

36

140
150
2354
2454 Sale
1254
15
Sale
37
3954 35

S 54 Sale
7
.8
58

"Nov."

4154 Nov.

140

2354 Sale
1254 Sale
35
Sale

v

4,300 Alaska Juneau Gold M Co 10c
486,250 Black Mammoth Cons M ColOc
333,600 Calumet Gold Mines Co..10c
1
279,500 Cardinal Gold Mining Co
7,300 Gold Ore Mining Co........1
10
100 Gordon Mines, Inc..—.
572,000 Imperial Development Co.25c
15,000 Oatman Rainb Gold M Co. 10c

29,900
27,000
14,900

150

34 54

Sale
Sale
61

Nov. 13

Nov. 13 xl07
45

4054 Nov. 24

2254
24
1754 Sale

Sale

1454

MINING STOCKS—

200

3854
4054

3954 Sale
36
50

Sale

Sale
Sale

xl07

~34~" "35" "3554 "37"
55

120
1,494 Union Bank A Trust Co...50
24
25
161,200 Union Oil of Calif....
10
177,500 Universal Cons OU Co
*
3,600 Van de Kamps Bakeries..
10
1,000 Victor Oil Co
5,372 Weber Showcase A Fix pfd._*
_.__1
314,800 Wellington Oil Co
26,800 Western Air Express Corp..10
700 Western Pipe A Steel Co...10
620 Yellow A Checker Cab Co..*

.

42

2754 Mar. 14
26
Jan.
2
30
Mar. 3
10654 Feb. 27
24
Jan.
3
4454 Jan.
32
Aug. 1
3554 Aug. 28
28
Oct. 15
55
Nov. 13
1454 May
1
11
Apr. 30

2854 Nov. 18
2754 Nov. 2

2854 Nov. 25
2654 Nov. 14

109
Sale

106

4554

44%

24%

40

Co B common
*
A preferred..
29,7
•
61,900 Standard Oil of Calif
7,300 Superior OU Co common...25
Preferred
25
200
—•
8,400 Taylor Milling Corp..
646,900 Transamerlca Corp.........*
316 Square D

.....

2854

105

pref.100 106
23 H
Co......100

406 So Counties Gas 0%

45,900

39H
...

2754 Sale

May
2554 Jan.
Jan.

35

Nov. 20

38

Nov. 20

38

Mar. 13

25c

Nov. 30
Nov. 30 xl2c
*2954 Nov. 23 3154 Nov. 2

xl2c

3054 Sale
3754
2854
285*
27
-'2751

3c Sept. 11
3754 Nov. 2
2854 May 18
25c
May
1
40
Aug.
6
3854 July
6
29
July 16
2854 July 22
Sept. 24
31
109
Aug. 11
4654 Oct.
6
4454 Jan.
7
3454 Nov. 5
47
Feb.
8

9

2c
Mar.
1154 Jan.

2

15

Sale

xl2c

Sale

Sale
35 H
Sale
Sale

3754 Nov.

Nov. 24

31

3054 Sale

37% Sale

50c

20c

38,300
30,100

75c
July
1
354 Feb.
3
25
21 1454 Oct. 21
July 27
19 110
July
2
15 122
2 5454 Apr. 18 j
60
Jan. 14
5054 Jan.
2654 Oct. 3(r
1554 Jan.

Feb.
154 Jan.
1454 Oct.
10954 May
111
Oct.
45
Jan.
50c

10954 Nov. 30 10954 Nov. 30
10954 Sale
4654
4854 4554 Nov. 9 4954 Nov. 13
5154 Nov. 20 55 54 Nov. 12
5154 Sale

5c
13
16

11

Signal Petroleum Co
1
25
95,800 So Calif Bdlson Ltd com
Original prefer red...... 25
2,853

Highest
Sale Prices

16

lc

Sierra Trading
common

114
47)4 Sale
52
Sale

109
Sale
Sale

Shell Union OU

B

2%

2

154

6% Preferred-—.1—10
100 San Gabriel Rlv Impt Co... 10
54 San Joaquin LAP 6% pr pf 100

250

50c

37c

*

B common

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices
Ask
Ask Bid
Nov.
2 x8254c Nov.30
*8254 Sale x60c
1
354 Nov. 30
254 Nov. 13
354 Sale254

Ask Bid

Bid

Shares

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 2

1936

Highest
Sale Prices

Jan. f

STOCKS

Jan. 1

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

L08 ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

67

STOCK EXCHANGE

ANGELES

LOS

Dec., 1936]

7
46

76

2054
*

754
4654
7654

1654 Sale

6254
1354
6054
4654
854
3054

1154 Nov. 24
11
Nov. 4
8
Nov. 4
34
Nov. 7
16

Nov. 24

Nov . 30
1954 Nov. 4
654 Nov. 16
38
Nov. 12
76
Nov. 16

49 54

1454 Nov.

2

6 Removed May 27, 1936.

1354
6654
4654
1154
3354

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6
16
27
4
30
28

13

Nov.
Nov.

4
8

1054 Nov.
36

17

13

June

15

Sept. 14
Nov. 16

Jan.

7

8
Apr. 30
May 14
May

Aug. 27
Jan.
4

July 23
Apr. 21

'1754 Nov.

June

4

17

June

"NO"v."30

21

/(Nov. 17

75C'Nov.

2

Nov. 12
7854 Nov. 9
1854 Nov. 17

38

c Removed May

Oct.
7
6254 Nov. 6
Nov. 16
1354
6654 Nov. 27
4 SH Oct. 16
Nov. 30

3554 July 28
554 Oct. 19
1354 Oct.

9

Sept. 10
Jan.
6

7

1454 Jan. 17
1054 Nov. 17
42* Mar 11

9

Aug. 24
Jan.

49 54

53
29

June

IVA

Oct.

9
17

20
4954 Nov. 30
Nov. 17
21
Oct.

854 July 29
May 20
Nov. 12
38
May 11
Oct. 19
i May 14 7954
1854 Nov. 17
I Apr. 30
June 12
1 June
12 11454

14. 1936. d Removed

o..

In the^earlier part of this
publication complete records of the dealings on the
leading stock exchanges of
the country, for the latest month
and for the calendar
year to date, are furnished.;
In this department of
General Quotations we combine in one
comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and
descriptions, not only
those dealt in on the
exchanges, but also leading unlisted and inactive securities.
The following is an index
to the different classes of securities
quoted:
.

'

Pag©

.-.-v

Exchange Seats

—

Federal Land Bank Bonds
Industrial Bonds

Real Estate

91

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks
Textile Stocks
J.

.....

Public Utility Bonds
Public Utility Stocks

73

...

near

Canadian

99

...

Investing Companies Securities

...........

Municipal Bonds—Domestic

85

.........

are as

85

82

........

.....

Railroad Stocks

Mining Stocks

92

.......

Insurance Stocks

Quotations for all securities

Page

Joint Stock Land Bank Securities.......Ill

91

...

Foreign Government Bonds..
Industrial Stocks

Page

84

-

Railroad

........

....

...

....

....

Bonds.........

......

93

112
85
85

Title Guarantee and Safe
Deposit Stocks..
United States Government
Securities....

74

79
68

.......

72

...

Bonds.........

United States Territorial Bonds....

...

85

91
91

as

possible for the closing dag of the month preceding the date
of issue.
'prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat
price—that Is, that the accrued Interest forms part of the
price, an
separately in making payment.
In the case of income bonds and bonds in default, the
price 1
always "flat,' and no designating mark
* employe
oindica tetbefact.
Quotations for equipmen
bo^ds are based on average maturitie
The letter

therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for

^

Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"
It should be borne in mind m the
cases

the figures are obtained from

The following abbreviations

use

that is,

■

the accrued dividend must be paid in addition

< the price.
of these tables that the
quotations for many inactive and unlisted securities are
merely nominal,
which are considered reliable.

sources

are often

used, viz.:

"M" for
mortgage, "g"

but in all

for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for
consolidated

"conv" for convertible, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land
grant, "op" for optional
The black-faced type in the letters Showing the interest
period ndicates the month when the bonds mature.

NOTICE—All bond prices

Bonds

Bid

are

Ask

RAILROAD BONDS
Aberdeen &Asheboro 1st 5s'40J&J / 18
Adirondack 1st 4 34s 1942 gu M&S
100
Akron & Barb Belt g 4s 1942. J&D
103 34
Akron Canton & Youngs town—
Gen & ref 6s 1945 series A.A&O
76
Gen & ref 534s 1945 ser B.A&O
76
Alabama Great Southern—
113
1st cons g 5s 1943 ser A
J&D
109
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B
J&D
Eq trust 5s ser G 1938
A&O
1.25
Alabama Tennessee & Northern—
Prior lien 6s 1948
-J&J
1634
Gen income 6s Oct 1948—J&J
234
Alabama & Vicksburg Ry—,
104
1st M g 5s 1974 series A..M&N
Albany & Susq 334s g 1946-.A&0
10434
Alleghany Corp—
Coil tr conv 5s 1944
P&A
10134
Coll & conv 5s 1949-.-—-J&D
9834
Coll & conv 5s 1950
A&O

80
78

1734
434

10134
98

M

112

10234

10334

Equip 6s series D 1937—..J&J b 1.50
1.00%
Equip 5 348 series E 1939--M&N; 5 2.50
1.50%
Equip 5s ser F, G & H, '41-'45 ft 3.50
2.50%
~
Ann Arbor 1st - 4s 1995
g
Q-J
•/ 7234
73
Ark & Mem Ry Bridge & Term—
1st M 5s 1964
M&S
104 34
10434
Aroostook Nor 5s g 1947----A&0
111
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s 1995
A&O
11534
Adjustment 4s July 1 1995 Nov
11034
8tamped
M&N
11034
Conv g 4s of '09 due 1955-J&D
109 34
Conv g 4s *05 due 1955
J&D
11034
111
Conv g 48 of TO due 1960-J&D
103 34
10734
n
Conv deb 434s 1948
J&D
11034
11034
Trans S L 1st g 4s 1958—J&
113
114
Cal-Ariz lst&ref4 34s'62 opM&S
11234
113
Rocky Mt Div 4s 1965—-J&J
10634
Athens Terminal Ry—
1st g 5s 1937—J&J / 30
Atl & Birm.
See Seab'd Air Line
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line—
1st M 434s 1944 ser A
J&J
110
1st M 5s 1944 ser B_
J&J
113
11334
Atlanta Knoxville & Northern—
1st mtge gold 5s 1946——J&D
119
12034
1st cons 4s Mar 1 2002—M&S
10734
Atlanta & St Andrews Bay—
%
1st 6s, 1938
A&O
100
9834
Atlanta Terminal 6s 1939...F&A
109
Atlantic City gu 4s 1951
J&J
102
103""
1st M 534s 1929 extd as 6%
to May 1954
...M&N
10634
Atlantic Coast Line RR—
1st cons 4s July 1 1952—M&S
105
10434
Conv deb 4s 1939 op *16—M&N
99
9934
Gen unifser A 434s 1964—J&D
9634
9634
10-yr coll tr 5s May 1 '45.M&N
10634
10634
Loo & r ashv 4s Oct 1 '52.M&N
9834
9834
Equipment trust 434s
1.50
1.00%
Eq 434s 1937-41 B (yr)—P&A
1.60
1.00%
~

—

,

Bads.

1st M 4s g July 1 1948

July 1 1948

80

10534
98

100

10834
11534
10134

sec notes

10934
11534
10234
7934
9234
10134

78

101

9034
9034

Ref & gen 5s series F 1996.M&S

434s 1937-40 (yr)_..M&N
434s '37-41 C (yr)—P&A
5s 1937 (yr)
F&A
5s 1937-38 (yr).
P&A

1.75
2.25

i

i
i

1.25

1.40

>

Pittsb Lake Erie & w Va—
Refund gold 4s 1941
M&N
S W Div 1st 5s 1950
J&J
Toledo & Cin Div 4s 1959.J&J

„

1.00%
1.50%
0.75%
1.00%

J&J

116

Cons refund g 4s 1951——J&J

109
113

114"

11134

11134
108

73
79
94

82

100

95"

85

J&J

J&J

0.50
102

2.75%
103

84
18
110

'

20"

5s June 1942...—...—..J&D
5s July 1 1938
—J&J

10734

434s July 1937
J&J
434 s impt 1978
F&A
1st mtge 434s ser A 1943.-A&O
334s Jan 1 1951
J&J
Ref 3 34s 1952 gu N Y C. .A&O
Boston & Maine (new) 5s Sept '41

10034
10134

4a-5s April 1947———
5s April 1944
5s June 1945...—
5s Jan 1946—...

k Last sale.

10134
10634

94

9434

90

93

9334
92

88

n

Nominal.

86

71

8634
74

Equip 534s 1937 (yr)
F&A b
Eq tr 6s 1937-38 (year)...J&D b

2.25

1.00%
1.50%

F&A /

2034

22

1.50

July 1 1938--. /102

1st

4 34s July
151947—J&J15
59
Gen m 6s 1938
J&J15 / 30
Boston Term Co
334s 1947-P&A
104
Brooklyn & Montauk—
2d (now lstigold 5s
1938-J&D
m

90

10434

103 34
109
104

10434

M&S,

Con g 434s 1957

M&N

I

Equip trust 5s 1937-38—J&D b
Buff & Susquehanna RR
Corp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
100
J&J
Burl Cedar Rapids & North—
Con 1st & coll tr 5s g '34—A&O

t/2134

Certificates of deposit
/ 21
Butte Anaconda & Pac 5s
'44 P&A
105
Cambria & Clearfield—
5s g 1941
Gen M g 4s 1955
Cambria & Indiana—

434s guar 1957
434s guar 1951.
434s guar 1956
434s guar 1955
40-yr 5s guar 1970
5s guar July 1 1969
1954

62
34

10334

Brunswick & Western—
1st mtge gtd 4s 1938
J&J
Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941
J&J
1st ref 5s 1961
J&J
Buffalo Rochester &
Pittsburgh—
General 5s g 1937

5s guar

94
94

J&J

5s guar Oct 1 1969

104

106

3.00
3.25
3.00

10034

F&A

—..J&J

F&A

Eq tr 534s 1938
M&N
Canada Atl Ry 1st 4s 1955.-J&J
Canada South 5s 1962 ser
A.A&O
Canadian National Rys—

10734
11134
'

F&A

Aug 1942

3s July 1950

8334
8534
7834
2.00%
2.50%
2.00%

83

7834

Eq 434s 1937-1943 (yr)...A&O
£
Equipment trust 5s
b

1st

106
94

Big Sandy Ry 1st g 4s 1944—J&D
Birmingham Southerne

Equip trust 334s Dec. 1 1937-46
Birm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.M&S
Bluff Point Land & Imp 1st 4s *40
Boonville St L & Sou 5s '51-F&A
Boston & Albany 5s Oct *63. r J&J

77

10334

Belt RR & Stk Yds (Indplls)—
1st ref gold 4s 1939
M&N

Belt Ry of Chatt 1st 5s '45
Belvidere Del 1st 334s 1943

107
100

108

Washburn Ext 1st 5s '39—F&A
Battle Creek & Sturgis—
1st guar g 3s 1989
J&D
Bay City & Battle Crk 3s *89 J&D
Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938—.-J&J
Beech Crk Ext 334s 1951
A&O
Bellefonte Central 1st 6s '49.F&A

83

M&S

M&N
A&O
Equip trust 334s Dec 1 1936-44 6

96

Boston Rev Beach &
Lynn—

115

ML

1st m 5s 1967 ser AC
1st m 5s 1955 ser 2_1st m 4348 1961 ser JJ

4s

94 34

%¥*

95

9034

10434

Pis cat Div g 5s Jan 1943—A&0
St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s '39.F&A
Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43. A&O

May 1940

Boston & N Y Air Line—
1st mtge gu g 4s 1955
Bost & Prov deb 5s

10434
10634
9934

4s stamped 1951

94

9334
93

9034

9234

Ref & gen 6s 1995 series C-J&D
Ref & gen 5s 2000 ser D
M&S

Bangor & Aroostook—
1st M 5s g Jan 1 1943

Ask

93

1943

Boston & Maine (old)—
4s Feb 1 1937

10434

A&O

/This price includes accrued interest.




5s Jan

7834

A&O

Eqtr
Eq tr
Eq tr
Eq tr

5434

115

434s 1939-&F&A
Conv g 434s I960
-P&A
Ref & gen 5s 1995 series A.J&D

American Refrig Transit—

0

A&O
6s 1947--A&O

Baltimore & Harrisburg Ry—
1st M West Ext g 5s 1938-M&N
Baltimore & Ohio—

5-yr

6234

10834

5s

1st M 5s

Bid

5s May 1943
5s March 1942.—.

5334

J&J
Augusta union Sta 4s 1953--J&J

0.75%

Bonds

62

J&J

Austin & Northwestern—
1st mtge gtd g 5s 1941

5s

—.

gu g

Ask

Boston & Maine
(new) Concl—

1st mtge gu g 4s 1949

Aug Term 1st

"f" and income and defaulted bonds

Bid

2d g 4s 1948
Atlantic & Yadkin—

.

•

Bonds
Atlantic Coast Line of S C—
Gen 1st g 4s July 1948
J&J
Atl & Danville 1st 4s 1948. __J&J

^

stamped 1950-.A&O
Allegheny Valgen 4s 1942—M&S
Allegheny & Western—
1st mtge guar 4s 1998
A&O

"and interest" except where marked

J&J
M&S
P&A

J&D 15
P&A

J&J
A&O
P&A

16-year guar 3s 1950..—.J&D
Guaranteed 3s 1944
M&N
Guaranteed 2s, 1938
M&N
7-year guar 2s 1943
P&A
17-year guar 3s 1953
F&A
Eq tr 434s 1937-1942 (gu) M&N
Eq tr 434s 1937-45 (ann).J&D
Equipment trust 5s
Canadian Northern—
S F deb 634s 1946
J&J

t Negotiability impaired by maturity.

10034
2334
25

106

111

10834
2.00

9934

11734
11434
11534
11534
11734
11934
11834
11934
11734
9934
103 M
101

1.25%
9954
11934
115

11534
11634
118

119""
12034

11834
10034
103 54
101

ft

.9834

9934

993s

10034

2.60
2.60

2.90

12734

2.00%

2.00%
2.00%

12834

69

BONDS

FiAlLKOAD

Dec., 1936]

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

and income and defaulted bonds
the month preceding the date of issue

4

Canadian NW4%s Oct 22
Canadian Pacific—

1943

"

perpetual--J&J
4%s 1946.—M&S

20-yr coll tr
Coll tr 5s

109

J&D

1954

96%
104%
109%

96%
104%

Cons deben 4s

102%
105%
111%
104%
97%

8 f 4%s Dec 15 1944—J&D 15
Coll tr4%s 1960
J&J

1949—J&J
F&A
Eq tr 5s 1944
J&J
Eq tr 4%s 1936-1938 s-a—J&D
Eq tr 4 >4 s 1940-1945 s-a-J&D
Caro Cent 1st ggu 4s 1949--J&J
15-yr

conv

coil tr 4s

Conv coll tr 3%s 1951

63

1938-J&D
1st cons 6s 1952 ser A--J&D 15
Carthage & Adirondack—
1st mtge guar g 4s 1981
J&D
Catawissa Cons g 4s 1948
A&O
Cent Ark & East 1st 5s 1940-J&J

106%
110%

1st M g 5s Nov

109

32%
33%

79%
30%
12%
12%

Ref & gen 5%s 1959 ser B-A&O
Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser O —.A&O

3.50
3.50

Mid Ga & Atl 1st 5s
Mobile Div g 5s

1946

10

Gen M mow 1st) g
Gen M 4s 1987

4s 1952—J&
1st & ref M 4%s D 1962—M&
Choc & Mernph os 1949
rJ&
Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
Consol gold 5s 1952
M&.
Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton-

1987-J&J

5s

— —

17

30
24

53

54

87

J&J
J&D /
J&J /

Eq tr 4%s 1937-41 (yr)-F&A
Central Pacific—
1st ref 4s g guar 1949
F&A

6

1.75

112%
1 1954—A&O
109
F&A
103 %
European loan 4s 46 -—M&S / 8d%
1st g guar 4s Oct
Guar g 5s 1960

Central RR & Banking of Ga—
Coll trg 5s 1937
M&N

94%

112%

99%
87%

Ref & .mpt

3%s ser E 1996

/

104%
59

[f

—

^
1942.

lst consol gtd 4s

101%

f

102

F&A

106
b 1.25

1942
1943

1944
notes, 1945
notes, 1946
notes,

Eq tr 2Kb 1937-1946
Eq tr 3s, 1937-1950
A&O o 2 40
Eq tr 4Kb *37-'40 (yr)...A&O b 2.00
Eqtr 5s '37-'38 <yr)
M&S 15 b 1.25
1.00
Eq" tr 5%s 1937 "(yrly)
J&D
110%
Craig Valley 1st 5s g 1940-J&J
110%
Paint Creek Br 4s 1945—F&A
110
Potts Creek 4s 1946
J&J
R & A Div 1st con g 4s '89-J&J
118%
2d

95

Cincinnati Union Term

Warm
Chesterf

4s 1989

——

J&

105%

105%
102%

imp M 5s '63 ser

98
102

103%
105%
103

St L Dii

Spr & G
White

——

V

121

115%
113

[ 42%

b

103

43"

4.25

105%

/
J
/
/
f
/

....

33
20
20
21
21%
103

43
37
21

23%
23
23

103%

104%
110%
109%

3%s gen gtd 1942..
3%s gen gtd 1948-.
3%s gen gtd 1950Gen & rer 4%s 1977 ser A
Gen &ref 4%s 1981 ser B.

Terminals—
1st sf 5%s 1972 sories A_.H
1st M s f 5s 1973 series B_.A
lstsf 4%s 1977 series C__A
Coal Riv Ry 1st 4s gu 1945-J
Colorado & Southern—
General mtge 4%s 1980—M
Eq tr 5%s 1937
M

101%

111

111%
108%

108%

104%
111%

105

v

b

75%

1.00

76%
0 50%

Col Newberry & Laurens—
1st 3s July 1 1937

90

i04%

1st gold 4s 1943
A&O
gold 4s 1943
M&S
Connecting Ry iPhila)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15 '51-M&S 15
1st 5s 1951
M&S

68

50-yr 5s 1975 series A
Conv adj 5s Jan 2000
A&O
Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989
J&J /
Gen g 3%s B May 1 1989.J&J /
Gen 4%s May '89 series O.J&J /

I

63
73

fk 71

i za
26%

61%
64%
74%

Denver & Rio Grande Western—

43

56

64

66%
66%
66%
4.00%
4.00%
4.25%

J&D

90

101%

Equip trust 4s Apr 1 1937-49— b

"w

5.00

38%
40%
41%
44%

40

37

44

42%
44
46

49%

I 3l

47
26
25%
25%
14%
„

50

27%
26

26%
15%

17
16%
28%
4.75
4.75

Equipment trust 5s
Equipment trust 5%s

t/

Proof of claim filed

1st

con g

4s 1936

6 4.75

J&J t/ 31%
J&J t/31

4%s 1936
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—
Inc mtge 6s Jan 1 1960-An Apr
1st At 1950
J&J
Des Moines & Fort Dodge—
Otfs of dep for gtd 4sl935-J&J
Dos Plaines Val 4%s 1947—M&S
Det & Mack pr lien 4s 1995.J&D
4s stamped 1995
Mortgage gold 4s 1995
J&D
Mtge 4s stamped 1995...

3%
3%

Certificates of deposit—
Fort Dodge Des
1st 5s 1938

Moines & Sou—

J&D /

12%
107

95%

1938-A&O
M&S

101

17

Georgia Fla & Ala 1st 6s '52.F&A
Georgia Midland—
1st g 3s 1946
A&O
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951 — A&O
4s Jan 1 1947
J&J

1945--J&J
A&O

Eqtr 4%s 1937-1939 s-a—M&N
Girard Point St'ge 3%s '40-.A&O
Goshen & Deckert'n 1st 5%s 1978
2nd ext 6s 1979
M&N

67

124
105
65

55
b 4.50

104%
104
95

103%

1942
1941

J&D
..J&J
1959—

100

J&J

101

92

111%
105

J&J

1941

gu__J&J
Grand Trunk West 4s £ 1950-J&J
1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950—J&J
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1936-'43 iyr) —
Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947
J&D

93%
99%
90

109
90

91

2.00%

\lH
29%
3.75%
3.75%
3.75%

32%
33%
93

4%
43
50
50
35
35

4.00
97

Great Northern—

'61 opt
5%s 1952 ser B
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
4%s 1976 series D

115%

'41-J&J
J&J

J&J

1st & ref g 4%s

Gen M
Gen

117

113%
109%
107%

J&J

1977 series E
J&D
4s ser G 1946...-J&J
Gen mtge 4s ser H 1946--.-J&J
Eq tr 4%s 1937-1939
M&S
Eqtr4%s 1937-1940 Diyr) J&J
Eqtr 5s 1937-1938 iyr)—M&S
Gen 4%s
Gen mtge

119

108%
1.25
1.55

1.00

Express—
Eq 5s J'ne lo'37-'39 iyr) J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1937-1940—J&D
Greenbrier Cheat & Elk—
1st 5s 1944

6%

65%

1.50

1.80

161

J&J
*54-J&J

99%
108%

Greenbr Ry 1st g gu 4s '40-M&N
Green Bay & Western—

69

Debenture ctfs A Feb..,

10

Debenture ctfs B Feb--,
Guantanamo & Western—

'

1st M 6s 1958 series A
J&J
Guayaquil & Quito 1st 5s '32 J&J2
Gulf Mobile & Northern—
1st 5%s 1950 ser B
..A&O
1st 5s 1950 series O
A&O

69
13

105

99%

Gulf &

Ship Island RR—
Feb '52.J&J
Stmpd 1 July 1 1933 cpn on).
Gulf Terminal of Mobile—
1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu.——J&J
1st ref & term g 5s

101

/
/
1
f
/
f

103%
b

Western Fruit

90%
101%

Denver & Rio Grande—
con g

8%

1982
'37 coup).

4%s

con

W Va Midland Ext 5s

b

Aug '55

Assented subject to
Ref & impt 5s 1978 ser

83
83

96

70

45"
40

Detroit Term & Tunnel—

1st guar 4%s

t Negotiability impaired by maturity,

3.50

F&A /
/
plan
B..A&0 /
Eq tr 4%s 1937-'42 iyr)—M&N b
Gen income 5s

1st

if
/
1st & ref 4%s May 2037- -J&D /
1st & ref 4%s May 2037 O J&D /
Conv g 4%s 1949 ser A—M&N /

§?*

Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5%s,
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952

26%

62

8%

b

/
f
/
/
/

J&J
'42 J&D
J&J
7 %s '36 ser AJ&D

Deb 4s 1956 guar

25%
25%
25%

61

b

b

116%

125

1st & ref gold 4s 1943
M&N
15-yr g 5%8 May 1 1937.M&N
Delaware Lackawanna & Western

65%
4 75
4.75

/

115%

deb 4s '54-J&J /
J&J /
A&O

27%
8%

26

1st

Nov '32 and May

Gen 4s 1962 Can Govt

74
23

73

•

45

tf

(Mountain and Prairie)4s 1955
(Lake Superior) 4s 1955
1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alb gu
M&N
1st 4s Feb 15 '42 Alb gu__M&N

113%

6l"

22

Amended

1st ext 3%s

f

RR—

32

/

Grand River Valley 1st 4s
Grand Trunk Pacific—
1st M 3s 1962.

99%

Columbus & Toledo—

Certificates of deposit
53"
Imp & equip 5s I960
M&N
Danbury & Norw ref 4s 1955.J&J f 59
107%
Del & Bound Br 3%s 1955—F&A
Delaware & Hudson—

112%

J&J /

Proof of claim filed

Gouv & Osw 1st 58 g
Gr R & Ind ext 4%s

72"

110%

J&J

Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—

Deb 5s 1952

Valley-

Certificates of deposit
1st lien & ref 6s '36 ser*B

70
102

is-a)—M&S

1945

Ga Sou & Fla 1st g 5s

108%

Deb 4s 1955

16%
16%

-

t/ 33
Ext at 6% to July 1 1934
Georgia & Florida RR—
8%
1st M 6s 1946 series A
M&N
7%
Certificates of deposit

Cleveland Union

Consol Rys <N H)
Dob 4s 1955

14

'59.J&D
M&S

116%
1957
J&J
Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945—
J&J / 29
26
Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948-J&D /
Ga Caro & N 1st 5s g 1929—J&J

68%

109%
106%

Fla Sa 1st g gu 4s

67%

J&J

gold 1943

1st lien & ref M 5%s

Ser D

1st l'n & ref g

103

5s

Genesee River 6s

Conn River
44

107%
107%

Galveston Term 6s 1938

Concord & Claremont—

105%

cons

112

99%

104%

1st

112%

3.25%

99%

2.00

J&J

Florida East Coast 4%s

104

112%

tf 95
124%

2.00

105%
118%

1950
J&J
lstxjonsref 4%s '52 opt__M&N
102%
98%
106%
102%

Cleveland & Pittsburgh—

Columbus & Hocking

200
2.40

Fort St Un Dep Det 4%s '41 - J&J
Galveston Houston & Henderson

28
28

87

86%

5s 1967
M&N
impt M 5s 1975
A&O
Eq 4%s *37-41 LL < s-a)—M&S
Eq tr 4%s 1937-'43 is-a)__M&S
Equipment trust 5s
Equipment trust 5%s
Penn coll g 4s Feb 1 1951.-F&A
Erie & Jersey s f 6s 1955
J&J
Erie & Pittsburgh—
Gen gu g 3%s ser B 1940.-J&J

Gen ref gold 4s

113%

59%

Ref & imp M

103%

Ser C
---

105%

Cleveland & Mahoning-

Ser B

*

91%
90%
90%

A&O
A&O

Florida West Sh 5s 1934

105%

1.53%
1.75%
1 25%
0.75%
0.50%

Conv gold 4s 1953 ser
Series B 1953

_

Ref &

105

J&J
J&J
A..A&O

Prior lien gold 4s 1996
Gen lien gold 4s, 1996

Eq 4%s '37-41 H
108

102%
102%

102%
102%

\

Certificates of deposit

Columbus—

guar g

105

27

F&A /




108%

119

26

'48-A&O /

4%s May '89 ser E
J&J
'89 Ser F- J&J
Eq 4%s '37-'43 E & F iyr). J&J
Eq 4%s '37-'41 G & H .yr) J&J
Eq tr 5s '37-40 ser B >yr)-F&A
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3%s g 1987
M&N
Gen M gold 4s 1987
M&N
Stmpd non-pay Fed inc tax—
Gen M 5b'87 stpd inc tax_M&N
GenM4%s'87 stpd inc taxM&N
GenM4%s'87 stpd inc taxM&N
15-year 6%s Mar 1936
M&S
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D

109

128

112%

1919.J&D
1940--J&J

Gen M 4%s May

—

4s 1940—F&
Clev Cine Chic & St Louis—
cons

108%

Series C 1940

8%

115%
112%
117%
108%

1945—M&S
Ads—
A&O
Coll trust ref 4s 1940
A&O
Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—

Gen

0.75%

101

Chic June Ry & Un Stk
Coll tr ref 5s 1940

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac

gtd 5s 1943

110

A&O

1965

1st & ref 5s 1974.

Cleveland Akron &

58%

Chic June RR 1st 4s

Chic Milw & Gary 1st 5s

io5"

Clearfield & Mahoning—
1st

108%

Florida Central & Peninsula—

109'

6%

Chic Indianapolis & St Louis—
Short Line 1st 4s 1953
A&O

1st M 4%s 1969 opt
Chic Memp & Gulf 5s

102%

108

111%

Chicago & Alton RR—
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—
Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
1st & ref 4%s ser B 1977—F&A
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A.-F&A
Illinois Div 3%s '49 op *29.J&J
4s July 1 1949
J&J
Chicago & Eastern 111 mew co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N
Certificates of deposit

Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
1st consol 6s gold 1934-__ A&O
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g '82_ .M&N
Chic Great West 1st 4s 1959-M&S
Equip tr 4%s "A" 1945.-A&O
Chicago & Illinois Midland Ry—
1st mtge s t 4%s ser A '56 M&S
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 C—J&J
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N
1st & gen 6s May '66 ser B. J&J
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt. J&D
Non-cum income 5s 1955

115

108%
108

5s stamped

111%
106

Ref &

38

Co—

2.75%

114

J&J
Spr Val 1st 5s g *41-M&S
& Lancaster 5s *55-F&A

con g

64

106

101%

101%
J&J
101%
J&J
102
J&J
102
J&J
102%
J&J
102%
J&J
J&D b 2.10

notes, 1941
notes,

127%
101%

IO5"
;

108%

Val 4s 194
Cin N O & Tex Pac Ry—

114

Erie-

Series D 1953

113

100

1944—A&O

1st & ref 5s 1965

105

101

1st

J&J

notes, 1940

notes,

107 %

112

110%

107%

1

110%

Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu. - J&J
Chesapeake & Ohio—
1st cons g 5s 1939
M&N
General 4%s gold 1992—M&S
Ref & imtp 3%s D 1996-M&N

106%

•

[

& British

Elgin Jol & East 5s 1941—M&N
Elmira & Wiliiamsporr—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J
Income 5s 2862
A&O
El Paso & R I 1st gu 5s 1951-J&J
El Paso & Southwestern RR—

100%
88%

111%

Central Vermont Ry—

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1936-'44 iyr) — b 3.75
Char & W Carolina 5s 1946-A&O
107
Chatt Rome & Sou 1st 5s '47 J&J /
75

106%

100

>

Cine & Musk

104%

114%

Columbia Ry 4%s

108

87%
82%
1.00%

-J&J

80

M&N

Indiana—

Consol gold guar

C—

1956

Consol 1st g 5s

106%

Chicago & Western

110

Eastern Ry of Minnesota
Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948—_ A&O

V

98%

>al04.28
110%

27

.

Oconee Div 1st 5s 1945

r

[

18

/

1965——M&N

1st extended 5s

96%

*

25
21

23

East Tenn & Western N

93

Chicago Union StationGuar 4s 1944
—

2.50%
2.50%
2.50 %

1947—J&J

Cent New Eng 1st gu 4sl961
Central of Now Jersey—

1937
—J
& Southeast-

Chic Terre Haute

84

18

86

Edmonton Dun vegan

California—

81%
99%

J&J

1937

86

-

3.50

Eq tr 4%s '37-'40 ser Piyr)M&S
Eq tr4%s '37-'40serQ<yr)M&N
Eq tr 5s 1937-1938 <yrly)-J&D
Chatt Div gold 4s 1951—J&D
Macon & Nor g 5s 1946—J&J

1st gold 5s

Dutchess Co RR 4%s 1940.-J&D
East Penn 1st 4s 1958——M&S

9%

73

103%

Atlantic—

DulUth South Shore &

17

113%

1st 5s Jan 1

30%

A&O

East Tenn Va & Georgia

>

Chic Santa Fe &

35%

J&J

Duluth & iron Range—
1st 5s 1937

83

>

111
35

111

J&J

Dexter & Piscataquis—
1st 4%s 1949.

18%
16%
18%

83

106%

J&J

1964—

1

gold guar 4s 1953

1st

Y\l%

Eq4%s 1937-42 O (yr) —J&J
Eq tr 4%s '37-'45 is-a)—J&D
Chicago St Louis & N O—

1st 5s Mar

Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—

37%

33

deposit-.

Ref g 4s

92

F&A
M&N

1 1945

Cons gold 5s 1945

106%
111%

89

'48--J&D

'

105%
111%

.200%

260

Oaro Clinch & Ohio 5s

Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s
Central of Georgia—

Certificates of

2.50%
3.00%

1934 opt to 1911—A&0
(V
Certificates of deposit
Sec 4 %s 1952 ser A
M&S tf 17%
« 105%
Sec 4% ser A certifofdep. .— /
16
M 98
30-yr conv 4%s I960
M&N / 9
115% <116%
83
2.60
Eq tr 5s 1937-38 (s-a)
J&D
2.00%

M&S

Convcolltr 6s 1942

103%

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—

Eq 5s 1936-'38 O .yr)
J&D b 3.50
Eq 4%s '37-'42.yr)ser A.M&N b 4.00
Chic R I & Pac Ry—•
37%
General gold 4s 1988—-—J&J
-

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Western Cont.

Chicago & North

'■95

92

_

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

a

1961

Called Dec. 1 at 105. b Basis.

M&N

117%

/ This price includes accrued

interest, k Last sale.

»♦

Nominal.

70

RAILROAD
NOTICE—All bond

prices

are

Quotations for all securities

are

Bonds

Bid

Ext

4s

1043

J&J

-

Hoboken Ferry 5s 1940

M&N

111%
87

89

Hocking Valley Ry—
1st cons gola 4%s 1009
J&J
Eq tr 5s 1937-1938 (ann). A&O

123 %

Eq tr 5s 1937-1939 (yr)...J&J

1.25

0.75

Holidaysburg Bedford & Oumb
107 %
1st M g 4s 1951 guar—...J&J
Holyoke & West 4%s 1951—A&O f 35
Housa tonic con 5s 1937
M&N / 71%

J

1st gold 5s 1957 opt
F&A
Adj inc up to 5% Feb '57. A&O
1st M 4%s 1957 conv
F&A

J&J
..J&J
.J&D

gold 4s 1951

1st gold 3%s 1951
Ext 3-yr aeb 6s 1937
Main L ext 1st g 3 Mis
1st g 3s sterling 1951

'51.A&O

M&S
Coll trust gold 4s 1952
A&O
Col tr L N O & T g 4s '53.M&N
Ref mtge 5s 1955
M&N
Ref g 4s 1955 opt 1918..M&N
Pur liens 1st g 3%s 1952--J&J
Jt 1st ref M (IC&C8L&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
J&D
Series C 4%s 1963
J&D
40-year 4%s Aug 1 1966.F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1937-1939 K..F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1937-1940 L—A&O
Eq tr 4%s '37-'41 M (s-a)_M&N
Eq tr 4%s 1937-41 Ser N.A&O
Eq tr 5s 1937 ser J__
M&N
Equipment trust 5%s
Cario Bridge 4s g 1950—J&D
Litch Div 1st g 3s 1951
J&J
Louisv Div 3%s g 1953
J&J
Omaha Div 1st 3s g 1951
F&A
St Louis Div 3%s g 1951
J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951
J&J
Sp'field Div ext 3%s 1951 J&J
Western lines g 4s 1951
F&A
Indiana Bloomington & Western—
1st ext 4s 1940
A&O
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4s 1957

J&J
...J&J

Gen mtge 4%s 1957
Indiana Illinois & Iowa—

Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938
J&D
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref g 4s 1951
M&S
Jacksonville & Gainesville &
Gulf Ry 1st 5s 1951
A&O /
Jackson Lansing & Saginaw—

1st 3%s

72

108%

Jacksonville Terminal—
1st 5s July 1 1939
Ref & ext 5s series A 1967
J&J
Ref & ext 6s series B 1967--J&J
6s

82%
34%
85%

34

84 %

109%
105%
100%

110%
106

100%

m
89

92%

^

89%
104%
94%
86%

104
94

85%
90%
85%

90%

irA

80
1.40
1.50
2.00
2.00
1.25
1.25

1.00%
1.11%
1.50%
1.50%
0.75%
0.75%

107%

Joplin Union Depot Co—
1st g 4%s 1940 guar opt.M&N
1st 5s June 1 1944
..J&D
Kalamazoo Allegheny &
Grand Rapids gtd 5s *38.-J&J

-

Kanawha &

W Va 5s 1955--J&J
Kan City Ft Scott & Memphis

Ref g 4s 1936 guar
Certificates of deposit

A&O

K O Mem & Blr 4s 1934
M&S
Income 5s Mar 1934
Sept 1
Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O
Ref & Impt 58 Apr 1 1950-.J&J
Eq tr 5%s 1937-38 (year).M&S
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
J&J
5s

Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 4%s 1961 (sterling).J&J
Acer int at exch rate 4.8665..

Stmpd

accr int at rate

4.8665..
J&J

Plain 1961
1st mtge 4 Mis ungar 1961
Lake Erie & West 1st 5s '37-J&J
2d gold 5s July 1

1941

J&J

Cong g ref 3%s 1997
J&D
Leamington & St Clair 4s '45 A&O
Lehigh & Lake Erie 4%s '57.M&S

Lehigh & New England—
1st M gold 5s 1945
J&J
Gen mtge 4s ser A 1965-..A&O
Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5s 1954
—F&A
Lehigh Valley—
1st 6s ext gold 4s 1948....J&D
Con M 6s ann irred
J&D
Con M 4%s ann irred....J&D
Gen cons gold 4s 2003...M&N
con go

Gen

con

98%

24%

105

118

id 4 Mis 2003—M&N
gold 5s 2003
M&N
Lehigh Valley Ry of New York
1st 4%s gold 1940
J&J
Lehigh VaU Term 5s 1941—A&O

2.75

2.00%
102%
90%

110%

109 J111

108%
103%
98
1.25

1st & ref 3%s ser E 2003-_A&0
Eq tr 4%s 1936-37 iyear)_J&D
Equipment trust 5s
Atl K & Cin Div 4s 1955- -M&N

1.25

112

102%
109%
111%
108%
104%
98%
0.50%
1.00%

114%
110%

Pad & Mem Div 1st 4s '46.F&A
South East & St Louis Div—

114%
99%
108%

99%

93

106

107%

104

104%
84%

82%
86

53.00

53.00

90

2.25%
2.25%

82%

93

71%

Philippine Govt gu—..M&N
Sinking fund g 7s 1937—M&N

96

96%
103
■>

99%

12
3

8%

81

33

37%

97%

98%
82

4s '51-M&S
1st cons A 6s 1963
A&O
Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 58 Nov 1 1959—M&N

118%
101

g

71%

guar.M&N

103

105

1st con gold 4s 1977
M&S
Asst (cash warr & coup)...
/
2
Michigan Central—
106
Ref & impt 4%s 1979 ser C.J&J
103%
1st 5s Kal & S H 1939
M&N
104%
1st Mtge M Air L 4s 1940--J&J
102
1st g 4s Jol & N Ind 1957-J&J10
94
1st g 3%s J L & Sag 1951-M&S
109%
1st gold 3%s 1952
M&N

Midland
axtat

100
102

of

1942.-M&N

J&D /

103

107

6s

1934

106%

1913

ext

at

4%%

Ref & ext 5s Feb *62 ser

1.25

0.75%

109%

110%

104
114

105
115

108

107

102%

M&S
1938—F&A
4s '36-'38 s-a
J&D15

Eq tr
Equipment trust 4%s

6
5

1942—M&S

1978 ser D.J&J
AdjM 5s Jan 1967 ser A..A&0
Mo Kan & Tex (old company)—
1st gold 4s 1990
J&D
Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A._—F&A
Prior lien 4%s

115
104

104%

J&J
-J&J /

1951

Mo-Ill RR 5s 1959

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—■
Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A
J&J
Prior lien 4s 1962 ser B
J&J

105%
103%
100%

104%

Certificates of deposit.

—

75
84%

5

4%
3

....

37

30%

32

103
108

42

92

4.00
4.00

3.00%
3.00%

94%
105

t Negotiability impaired by maturity,

85%
45%

87

104
87
74
78

73
76
70

115

116%
102%
93%
99%
103%

93%
99%

impt 5s 2013 C
A&O
s f 1946--A&O

103%

3.00%

103%
107%
93%

103%
107%

96"

gg

M&N15
4%s '37-'45.M&N

94%

39

40

1st & ref 58 1980 ser H—A&O
Certificates of deposit..

40%

41%

39

40%

41%

New York & Erie RR—
1st 4s ext g 1947

1.00%
0.50%

1.00%

1.50

100%
2.00%

108%
108%

103%
100%
104%

93%
105%
2.00%
1.00%

2.00%

108%

113%

...M&N
M&S

109

M&S

2d ext 5s 1939
3d mtge 4%s 1938
N Y & Greenwood Lake

I™

103

100%
106%
78

101

103

Guar g 5s 1946
.M&N
N Y & Har 1st g 3 %s 2000. .M&N
N Y & Hob Fy 5s May '40... J&D

103%

80**

109%
107%
111

35%
19%
30

/
M&N /

Deb 4s July 1 '55 non-conv J&J /
Deb 4s 1956 non-con v.. M&N
Deb 4s 1947 non-con v..-M&S

28

39

40

(s.-a.)—M&S15

b

Equlpt tr 4%s '37-'46 (yr)_J&J b
b
Equipment trust 5s
Har Riv & Pt Ohes 4s '54 M&N /
N Y & N J Ferry 5s 1940
J&J

2.00%
2.50%
n

M&S /

30

27%

Nominal.

35%
20%
32
32
34
32

,

29%
37%
34%

16-year secured 6s 1940
A&O /
1st & ref 4%s 1967
J&D /
Equip tr 4%s Sept 15 1937 to

11

k Last sale,

3%s March 1947

28

Deb 3%s 1954 non-conv..A&O /
Deb 3%s 1956 conv......J&J /

Mar 15 1945

41

3 75

0.50%

1.40

b

100%
3-year 6s Oct 1 1938
Ref 5%s 1974 ser A
103%
A&O
93
Ref 4%s 1978 ser O.
M&S
104%
10-yr coll tr 4s 1944
F&A
b
2.60
Equip tr 4%s 1937-'44 (yr)F'
1.40
Equip tr 5s 1937-'38 (yr)._F&A b
b
2.75
Equip trust 3s July 1 '37-51

Deb

41%
39

VA

94

101

_

94%

85%

'

53

115%
102%

J&J

conv

Deb 4s May 11957

71%

40

b Basis. / Price includes accrued interest

54

49

4.00

General 1st 5s 1941
M&S
NY & NE Bos Ter 4s 1939—A&O
N Y New Haven & Hartford—
Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv_.J&J15

41%

.

53%

111

New York & Long Branch—
General gold 4s 1941
M&S

47

39

!v

47%
48%
50%

47%

46%

1st & ref 4s ser A 1973...M&N
1st & ref 4%s 1973 ser B—M&N

40%

•

81%
99%

N Y Lack & Western—

100

40%

1936-1956—J&D
Equip trust 5s 1937 '40(yr)M&S
Eq tr 4%s '37-'44 F (yr)..M&N

'#

40

41

A&O .f
Certificates of deposit..
1st M 5%s 1954 series A—A&O /
Certificates of deposit
1st 5s 1956 series O.
F&A

-

llH

1st & ref 5s 1978 ser G...M&N
Certificates of deposit......

104

93

79%
99%

1st 5s 1954 series B

Connecting RR—
1st M 4%s 1953 series A..F&A
1st guar 5s 1953 series B
F&A

1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F...M&S
Certificates of deposit

109%

24

79*";

New York

125"

1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I
.F&A
Certificates of deposit..
Conv g 5%s 1949 ser A...M&N

62

103

M&N
A..J&J

b 2.40
NYC RR eq
N Y Chicago & St Louis—
1st gold 4s 1937
102%
--..A&O

75%

l°2t*

82*

39

...

87

M&N
Minn Transfer Ry 3%s 1956-J&0
Mississippi Cent g 5s 1949—J&J
Missouri Illinois Bridge and Belt

Mo Kans & Okla 5s

J&J
J&J

New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953.-J&J
New Orleans Texas & Mexico—
Non-cum inc 5s '35 ser A..A&0 t

(yearly)

12

91%
.29

5s

63"

NYC Lines eq4%s *37-'40

30

J&J

67

54

90

36%
25%
41%
56%

1938

3%
3%
5%
3%

105

85%

3

1978 ser B.— J&J

4s

75

1.00

4

/

....

104

NYC L eq 4 %s 1937 (yr) - M&S b
NYC Lines eq 4%s Mar 15 1937
to 1939 (year)...
M&S15 6

67

25-year 5%s 1949

cons

20

92

55

1938

1st ref 6s 1946 series A

RR

101%
105%

g*

1

Spuyten Duyvil & Pt Morris—
3%s 1959
J&D

38

lst Ch Ter s f 4s '41op'16_

100%

Ref & impt 4%s 52 ser

94%

97%
0.50%

L S coll tr g 3%s 1998
F&A
M C coll tr g 3%s 1998—F&A

M St P & SS M & Cent Term Ry-

100
108

'

General 5s Jan 1 1938.....
New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940
J&J
New Orleans Great Northern-

50-year 1st 6s 1983

96%
101

100

1.00
1.40

80

J&J
J&J
1st cons 5s 1938 gu Int——J&J
2d M gold 4s guar 1949—J&J

notes

/
/

NYC L eq 5s 1937 (yr)—J&D fr
NYC L eq 5s -37-'39 (yr)_J&D b

y 37

A.Q-F

Certificates of deposit
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—

1st ref 5%s

3%
3%
4%
3%
62%

93

10%

91%
98%

1st cons gold 4s 1951
A&O
Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954
M&N
New Castle & Shenango Valley1st 4 %s Jan 1 1937
New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Consol g 58 July 1 1945...J&J
N Hav & No Ham 4s 1956 guJ&D
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986
F&A
N J & N Y 1st ext 5s 1950-M&S

61

Deb 4s 1942 tax-exempt--J&J
Ref&ref 4%sser A 2013..A&O

to

J&D

(1884)

1st cons gold 4s
1st cons gold 5s

1.00

102%

F&A

90

—

95

Eq tr 4%s 1937(yr)
A&O b
Nashville Florence & Sheffield—

70

Certificates of deposit..-_
1st refdg gold 4s 1949
M&S

92%
91%

97%

F&A

93

108

93

106
95%
100%
93%

Constr'n 5s 195o ser A
M&N
Constr'n 4%s 1955 ser B.M&N
Nashville Chattanooga & St L—

1st guar gold 5s 1937

103

96

Montour RR 1st 5s 1963
F&A
Morris & Essex 3%s 2000— -J&D

1st M 4s 1978 ser A

103%

107

Montgomery & Erie 1st 5s 1956-.

33

107%
102%

: 91%

58

10-year 3%sftec

58

53

132

31

1932—J&D /
1st consol gold 5s 1934—M&N

57%

\\lv*
102%
102%

Ref &

71

—

Mil Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S
Mil&State Line 1st 3%s 1941. J&J

80

123

A&O

66"

1st 7s '27 ext at 6%

103%

1st mtge 4s ser A 1960—M&N
Gen 6s 1955
Mont Cent 1st g 6s 1937
1st guargold 5s 1937

New York Central & Hud Riv—
Ref g 3%s July 1 1997—J&J

Minneapolis & St Louis—

55%
51%

76%

Monongahela Ry Co—

6s 1944
.M&N
Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A—F&A
Ref & impt 4%s 2013 A...A&O

Milwaukee & Northern—

Cons

105

33%

97

92%
92%

Sept

1st ext 4%s 1939...
Con ext 4%s 1939-

107

95
95

33

M&S
Consol gold 3%s 2002._.M&S

10-yr

1910

4
Valley— 5s 1943...A&O

Adj M Apr 1 '53 ser A
Adj 5s series B 1953 Sept

95

88

83

6s

1st

24

1st M g 4%s 1945 guar
New York Central RR—

3

92

5% to 1940

Midland

100%

J

N

88

Equip trust 4%s
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—

Mexican International—

(Foreign series) 1960
%

23%

1st M 4%s 1956 series D..F&A

Midi RR 4% franc bonds

107
105

80
97
24

'1*

Mohawk & Malone—
1st guar g 4s 1991

Extended at 5% 1940

80

1st ext 6s Jan 1 1937

Middlesex Val 1st 5s

M&S

Eq 4%s 1937-41 (yr)...J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1937-38 (s-a)
M&8
Eq tr 5s 1937-39 (year)
J&J
Montgom Div g 5s 1947—F&A /

Income deb 5s 2032
New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915

106%

Meridian Term 4s '55

33
34

3.00%

M&S
M&S /

...

92

J&J
J&J

Manitowoc Green Bay & Western
1st gtd 3%s 1941
—J&J /

Maryland & Pa 1st

78;

Gen gold 4s, 1938
Ref & impt 4%s 1977

Gen mtge 4s 1977
A&O /
Nat RR of Mex p 1 g 4 %s '26 J&J /

95

3s 1980

Marquette Houghton & Onton

34%
12%

IV*

Gen M g 4s 1945

National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien g 4%s s f 1957..J&J /

4s 1939 ext to 1959

106

99%

J&J
J&J
Montana Wyoming & Southern
1st mtge gold 5s 1939
M&S
Montauk Ext 1st 5s 1945
J&J

116

Manila RR Sou Lines 4s '39.M&N

44

99

Monongahela Sou 5s 1955—_A&O

101»

Equipment trust 5s
Equipment trust 5%s

14%

f

3d 7s ext to July 1938 at
4%
a
Mobile & Birmingham—
Prior lien 5s, 1945

Monon Coal—See Chic Ind & Lou

M&N

Secured o%s




0.75%

101%
89%

1st mtge & coll 4s ser A *45 J&D
Conv gen 4%s ser A 1960-J&D
Secured 6s 1959
J&J

109

101%

1.25

Unified gold 4s 1940
J&J
1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 4%s 2003 ser C..A&0
1st & ref 4s ser D 2003—A&O

1947

107%
105%

104%
101%

1st mtge gold 5s 1946
J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S
Louisville & Nashville—

1st 5s

Lake Shore & Mich South—

Gen

98%

Secured

...J&J

1978

105%

1st M 5s ser A 1969
J&J
Louisiana & North Western—

mtge

Ask

14%

Secured 5s 1938

36

■

Con 5s 1937
M&N
Los Ang-Pac Co ref 4s 1950-- J&J
Louisiana & Arkansas—

50-year gold 5s 1937

Bid

J

Mobile & Ohio-—

107

Macon Terminal 5s 1965
Maine Central—

2%

103*

102

Refunding g gu 4s 1949
M&S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938.
J&D
Debenture gold 5s 1937.M&N
Equip tr 5s 1937-39 (yr)—A&O
Equip tr4%s 1941-45 (vr).F&A
Long Island City & Flushing—

90~"

100

11

130%

108%

M&S

1949

Bonds

92%

101

L & N Term 1st g 4s '52 gu J&D
Macon Dublin & Savannah—

Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
1st M

Unified g 4s.

87%

Kal & Sou Haven—See Mich Cent
Kalamazoo & White Pigeon RR
1st gold 5s 1940
w
J&J
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948.A&0
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990. A&O

J&J

M&S
Mob & Mont 4%s 1945—M&S
Southern Ry joint Monon coll
gold 4s. 1952
J&J

96

102%
85%
97%
88%
100%

102%
98%
103%

Ask

128%

Litchf & Madis 1st 5s 1959.M&N
Little Miami guar 4s 1962—M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—

2d

Clearfield

1st g 4s 1959 guar
J&D
Joliet & Northern Inci 4s 1957 J&J

92

1st M gold 5s 1935
A&O /
Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

82%

107%

July 1 1967.

Jamestown Frank &

Bid

...

102%

95

sept 1 1951

Bonds

Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945—M&S
Lexington & Eastern—
1st guar 5s 1965
A&O
Lincoln Park & Charlotte—

Long Island—

102 %

105
1st gold 4s 1950
J&J
Indianapolis & Louisville—
1st guar 4s 1956
/ 41
...J&J
Indianapolis Union—
Gen & ref 5s 1965 ser B
J&J
105%
Ref & imp M 3 %s ser B '86 M&S
105
Internat-Great North Ry—
33
1st M g 6s 1952 series A
J&J
11%
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A.April
1st M 5s 1956 series B
J&J
31%
1st M 5s 1956 ser C
J&J
31%
:
4.00
Eq tr 5%s 1937-42 (yr)—A&O
Internat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 5s 1972 opt
M&N
1st col tr 6% notes 1941 _M&N
1st 1 & ref 6%s 1947
F&A
Interstate Transf Ry 5s 1945.J&J

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

as

1st gold 4s 1939 guar
J&J / 34
106
Long Dock cons 3%s 1950—A&O

Illinois Central—
1st

near

5s 1939

1.15

123%

"

Houston Belt & Term 5s '37.J&J
Houston & Texas Central—
1st lien g 5s 1937
J&J
Hudson & Manhattan—

as

Ask

Harl R & Portch—See N Y N
H& Ha rtford.
Harris Ports Mt Joy & Lane RR

BONDS

"and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bond*

,

§?*
a*

3.75

3.00%

3.75
3.50

3.00%
2.00%

89
77

89%

prieaa ara "and Intaraat" .xc.pt whera markad
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

Bid

Bonds

42 M

108M

101M
Co.

48

42 M

109 M

ng

San Fran & San

1st p 4s 1937 s

J&D
A&O

—J&J
Itts Bessemer & Lake Erie—
Cons gold 5s 1947
....J&J
itts Cin Chic & St Louis—
Con g gu 4Mb ser A 1940.A&O
4Hs series B 1942
..A&O
4Ms series C 1942....—M&N
4s series D 1945—.——M&N
3Ms series E 1949
F&A
4s series F 1953...—...J&D
4sseries G 1957..—.—M&N
4s series H 1960—......F&A
4Ms series I 1963...—...F&A
4 Ms series J 1964
M&N
Gen M 5s 1970 ser A.....J&D
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B
A&O
Gen M 4Hs 1977 ser C—J&J

107"

92M
F&A
110M
N Y & Stamford 4s 1958—.M&N / 45
N Y Susq & Western—
88
1st refunding 5s 1937
J&J
82
2d mtge 4 Ms 1937—..—.F&A
63 M
;
Gen mtge. 5s g 1940..
F&A
104
Term 1st g 5s 1943
M&N
N Y Westchester & Bos Ry—

94"

13M

13 M

109M

109 M

f

1st Mg4^s 1946 guar...
NordRysf 6Ms 1950
1

Norfolk & Car 1st 5s 1939...A&O
2nd
5s
1946
"" ~
Norfolk Southern—
1st & ref g 5s *61 opt *15—L
Certificates of deposit
Norf & South 1st 5s 1941-B

§9 M
85

65M

181*

}'! I*
t/ 52

16

Pitts Shawmut &

1104L28

1st

126M
118M

April 1 1933 & sub coups 1945- . /
/
/

Stamped as to sale of Apr 1 '33
to Apr 1 1935-1945
Northern Pacific—

84 M

82 M

104 M
112
108

Ref & imp 5s 2047
Ref & Imp 5s 2047 ser D.

108M

87

1.50%

72

106M
103

An .-Apr 1

44

46

Worcester—

102

4 Ms 1947
1
Ogdensburg & Lake ChampLL

28M
109

31

111M

105M
Ohio & Little Kanawha—

99

i
/

101M
56
61

/
/

102"

Eq 4 Ms 1937-'45 (s-a)...M&N
Equipment trust 5s
Philadelphia & Reading RR—
Imp M ext g 4s 1947...A&O
Cons ext gold 4s 1937..M&S
Extended 4 Ms Oct 1 1943—-

121M

122*|

107

107 X

14

....

Term 5s

102 M

103 M

41
93

82

88

Pennsylvania Company—
107
107

106H
101H
106M
107 M
107 M

l65*i

M

102*|

104
102 X

104

102 %
107 M
107 M
b 2 40
b 1.50

121

122

110M
110M
107 %
102 M

110M
110M
107M
2.00%

Gen equip 5s 1937-39 (yr).A&O ft

3.25
1.10
1.25

ft

125

6

2 50

ft

72

2d

cons

inc 4s 1990

Peoria & Pekin Union

—Apr 1

Ry—

tU
112

83
105

99M

103 M
6
s
2 60
Equipment trust 4
ft
2.40
Equip trust 2 He 19:
103
Perkiomen 1st 5s, 19—
103
2d 5s, 1938
Q-J
108 M
Phila & Bait Cent 4s 1951—M&N
Phila Bait & Washington—
109
1st gold 4s 1943.........M&N

April 1 1960
A&O
Gen 5s 1974 series B—..F&A
Gen M 4Hs 1977 ser O.. J&J
Gen 4H> series D 1981..J&D
Gen 4s

85"
105M
100

104M

129

130"

117 M
114 M

115

122 M

99 H
94 M
93 M
94

101M
1.25
1.00

2.00
2.00
1.50
2.00

102 M
103 H
108 M

Railway—

1st consol g 5s 1994

111

J&J

79
Develop & gen M g 4s '56.A&0
99 M
Develop & gen 6s 1956
A&O
103
Develop & gen 6 Ms 1956..A&O
1.50
Equipment trust 5 Ms
b
1.50
Eq tr 5s 1937-39 (s-a)
M&S 5
.

Eq tr 4 Ms Oct '37-'39 (s-a) A&O b

2.50

Aiken Branch 4s 1998
J&J
E Tenn reorg lien 5s 1938 M&S
1st Mem Div g 5s 1996
J&J
St Louis Div 1st

77 M
104 X
104 %

Stephen ville Nor & Sou Texas—
1st M guar g 5s 1940
J&J /
Sturgis Goshen & St Louis Ry—
1st 3s Dec 1 1989
..J&D
Suffolk & Car con 5s 1952—_J&J
Sullivan Co RR 6s 1944
A&O
Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—
1st M inc 6s 1938

96

98

82 X

,

85 M
84 X

40 M

42

27 M

28 H
26

25*1

29

25
'

26 M

25 M
26
23 M
95

26 M
25

94

97

93

96

96 *i
68M
63 M
51M

b

3.00
b 3.00
ft 3.75

96

98

IV
51M
2.00%
2.00%

3.00%

5s ext fr July 1 '33 to July 1 *43.
Montana ext 1st 4s 1937— J&D
Pacific ext 1st 4s £ 1940—.J&J
St Paul Union Depot—
1st & ref 5s 1972
J&J

1st g 5s 1953

10

106M

104 H

104 M
102 M

Tampa North 1st 5s '36 opt.J&J /
Tampa Union Sta 5s 1940. _M&N
Tampa Un Term 4-6Ms '53..J&J
Tennessee Central Ry—
1st M 6s 1947 ser A
Term RR Assn (St

99 M

s

f g

12M
56

94M
50

A&O

104 %

A&O

109 %
119M
111M
112M

F&A

4s 53 opt '10 -J&J

Terre Haute & Peor 5s 1942.M&S
Texarkana & Ft Smith—
1st M 5 Ms 1950 guar
F&A

....

108 M

Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J '26
Texas & N O con 5s 1943——J&J
Texas & Pacific Ry—
1st gold 5s 2000
J&D

88

105M
128

Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser B...A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser C—A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser D.__J&D

Eq tr 5s 1937-1939
M&N
Eq tr 4Ms 1937-42 (yr).—A&O
Eq tr 4Ms 1937-43 (yr)...F&A
Equipment trust 4s
Te_x Pac-Mo Pac Term RR
1st M g 5 Ms 1964——M&S
Toledo Canada Southern & Det—
1st 4s 1956
.—.J&J
Toledo & Ohio Central—
Ref &
St

imp M 3 Ms ser A '60 J&D
Mary^s Div 1st 4s 1951 F&A

Toledo St Louis & Western—
1st gold 48 April 1 1950
A&O
Tol Term 1st 4Ms '57 gu
M&N
Tol Walhouding Valley & Ohio—
1st g gu 4s 1942 ser O
M&S
Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo—
1st gold 48 June 1 1946
J&D
Consol M 4Ms 1966

107 n

123

112

....A&O /

Toledo Peoria & Western RR—
1st M 6s 1952
J&J

105 M
107

/

75M

Louis)—

t/84M
83M

/
/
/
/

25

112

A&O

1st gold 4Ms 1939
1st consol gold 58 1 944

21

s

Southern

30M
34 H

20 M

n Nominal,

99

40-year 4 Ms 1968
M&S
50-year 4Ms 1981
M&N
4 Ms 1969 with warr
M&N
10-yr secured 3 Ms 1946..-J&J
Equip 5s 1937-1939 (yr)_.M&N
Equip tr 5s 1936-38 (yr)...J&D
Eq tr 4Ms 1937-40 (yr)...J&D
Eq
& 4Mb 1937-41 (yr)—.J&D
Pacific Fruit Express—
Eq 5s 1937-39 O (yr)—.M&S
Eq 5s 1937-41 D (yr)
A&O
Southern Pacific (Golden Gate
Ferries) 1st 5 Ms 1949
A&O

Berwick RR 5s 1952
Tampa & Gulf Coast—

30

k Last sale,

85 M

101M

Susquehanna Bloomsburg &

1st guar 4 Ms 1941
F&A
St Paul Minn & Manitoba—

114 M

93 M

/

M&S

19

24

/ This price includes accrued Interest,




2M
84 H
46

St Paul East Gr Tr 4Mb *47—J&J /
St Paul & Kansas City Short Line

110M

128
101

Gen ref

1st consol g 4s 1968
—J&D
Mortgage 4s Dec 1 1996—J&D

2.00%
1.25%

Salt Lake City Union Depot
and RR 1st 5s 1938
M&N
ft Basis.

2M

100

...

Southwestern—
1st g 4s 1989
M&N
2d g inc 4s Nov 1989
J&J
1st term & unif 5s 1952—J&J
Gen & ref 5s ser A 1990—.J&J
Eq tr 5Ms 1937-1939 (s-a) M&S
Equipment trust 5s
Equip tr 4 Ms 1937-1945.-J&J
Si Paul & Duluth—

Pere Marquette Ry—
1st g 4s July 1956
1st 4 Ms 1980 ser C

95"

St Louis

17

1963_.—.F&A

95

_

98

Gen consgug 5s

70
73
32

/

So Pac Coast 1st g 4s 1937
J&J
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Co—
1st Mg 4s 1951
M&N

29

/
/
/
Certificates of deposit
/
Cons in 4 Ms 1978 ser A—.M&S /
Certificates of deposit stpd. _ /
Eq tr 5s 1937 (year)
M&S /
Eq 4Ms 1937-'4l BB (yr).F&A /
Equipment trust 4s_.
/

1.00%
1.00%
2.00%

South Bound RR 1st 5s 1941 A&O
South & North Alabama—

coup.M&N

Prior lien 4s 1950 series A. J&J
Certificates of deposit
Prior lien 5s 1950 series B.J&J

0.50%

100
92 M
36

City & Pac3Ms 1936..F&A /
Somerset Ry 1st & ref 4s '55—J&J
1st M 4s July 2 1950
J&J

100 %
g 4s 1951-J&J
Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38.M&S
90 X
98
4s 1995.J&J
109
Spokane Falls & Nor 6s 1939.J&J
Spok Internat 1st g 5s 1955-J&J f 37
Stark Elec RR 1st 7s 1952.. .J&D /
17M
Staten Isld Ry 4 Ms 1943
104 M
J&D

103

Certificates of deposit
/
St L Peo & N W 5s 1948
J&J /
8t Louis-San Francisco Ry—

103

108

Spartanburg Un Col

108

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—
Riv & Gulf Div 4s 1933— M&N

125""

ft

101M
107 M
115 M

100M

113M

1970.

108M
107 H
2.00%
1.00%

111M

113M

Deb 4Ms

103

109

J&J

123 M
Gen g 5s Dec 1

m

112

115M

...M«S

dollar

9%
63

101

1955 opt 1910..J&J
Stamped (Fed tax) 1955.J&J

M&S t/ 18 M

1st gold 4s 1947

10M

/

1st ref g 4s

105

St Johns & L Cham 5s 1944.M&S
St Joseph & Grand Island—

....

F&A

Southern Pacific RR Cal—
1st con g 5s (guar) 1937.-M&N

113M

St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1996—J&J
2d gold 6s 1996
A&O

114M

stamped

mm —

111M
100M

115M

sterling

18"
84M
96 M

97
81

105

Pennsylvania RR—

Con M 4s gold 1948

101

34

108 M

series B 1981....

1UM

109

Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
J&J
Rutland con 4 Ms 1941
J&J
St Clair Mad & St Louis Belt—

Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—
a

100
111

Alton Bridge 1st g 4s '51—J&J

103 H

1st & ref 4 3
1st & ref 4 y

112M

Rock Island-Frisco Term Ry—
1st M 4Mb 1957
J&J

102 M

103M
113M

102 M

Mecklenburg—

1st guar 4 Hs 1934

F&A

1st gu 6s 1935 ser B

Series A 1977

106

Rock Island Ark & Louisiana—
_

Ry—

Southern Pacific Co—
Coll tr 4s (CP) Aug 1 '49—J&D
1st 4 Ms (Oregon Lines)

106

*41 Q&F

63

Atlanta-Birmingham Div—
1st g 4s May 1 1933
M&S 17 25M

South Indiana 1st g 4s 1951. -F&A
So Pacific Branch L 1st 6s'37A&0

Richmond-Washington Co—
107 M
Coll tr g gu 4s 1943 opt
J&D
87
Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939-.J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940
2
J&J /
1st g 4s guar 1940
2
J&J f
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
81M
J&J
1st coll tr 48 1949 opt
A&O / 44

106 M

104*1

— .

3.00%

119M
110M

bds May 1 1941
M&N
Rich Fredericksbg & Potomac
Cons mtge 4 Ms 1940
A&O

I53M

90

106 %

1.00

2.50%

111M

g

Richmond &

39

/

9 =1

H

121

1st g 4s Nov 1 1948
M&N
Rich & Peters 4 Ms 1940
A&O
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952.J&J

6% franc bonds (foreigr
1956—-

6%

i5I*i

107

Paducah & 111 1st 4 Ms 19
Paris-Orleans extl 5Ks 19<

Gu tr ctfis g 3}
Gu tr ctfs g 3; ia 1944.

ggu May 1

Rensselaer & Saratoga—

Paciflc Coast Terminals Ltd-

flOOH
101M

94

3.50

Great Falls &

Jer Cent 4s *51 opt '06
A&O
Gen & ref 4Ms 1997 ser A..J&J
Gen & ref 4 Ms 1997 ser B.J&J

58

122

/

96 M
95

87

M&S

15 M

Sioux

95

J&J

Reading Belt 1st 4s 1950
Reading Company—

F&A

2d ext'd 5s 1945.
J&J
Sharon Ry 1st ext 5Ms 1937.J&J
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s '55 gu. —F&A

97

100
Conway RR 4Ms 1937.—J&D
111
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941. J&J
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&N / 12H
80%
Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu 1956.._M&S
95 M
Prov & Wore 1st 4s 1947...A&O
Raleigh & Augusta Air Line—
1st 5s 1931
J&J 1 70
Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1947—J&J / 71
106M
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939—J&J

113

Oregon-Wash RR& Nav—
1st & ref g gu 4s '61 opt-

1961

F&A /12

prior lien 5s *48>.A&0
Shamokin Sun bury & Lewisb'g—

110

Portland & Rumford Falls—
5s 1951
M&N
Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941..J&J

58
58M
120M

5s

Portsmouth

102 M

Northwestern Terminal RR—

mtge

Guar

Certificates of deposit
5% secured notes 1931

Seacoast RR

94

1st 68 1953 series A
F&A
1953 series B...F&A
Portl (Me) Term gu 4s 1961.J&J

2.50

101H

red to

45
119M

1st M 6s

109

A&O 17 24

Certificates of deposit
/
Seaboard & Roanoke 5s 1931.J&J /

Port Arthur Canal & Dock—

1.10%

120

A&O t/22M
/ 22

1st gu 6s 1935 series A
Certificates of deposit..

1

120

J&D
J&D

112M

ft

1st M 5Ms 1944.

—J&D /

104 M
109

1.50

North Penna 1st 3 M

&

107 M

18"

1st gen 4s series A 1948.—J&D
1st M 5s 1962 series B
F&A

HIM
81M

Seaboard Air Line Ry Co—
1st gold 4s 1950

114M

Receiver ctfs 2-3 Ms '45

126""

F&A

1st gen 5s 1974 series O
1st 4 Ms series D 1977

109

1st g 5s 1942
M&S
Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989M&N

Seab-Ail Florida

b
Eqtr 3 Ms Apr 1 1937-1946--i
Eq tr 2 Ms 1937-1946
J&D b
Pitts Young & Ashtabula—

ft

Nor RR or N J gen 4
No Ry of Cal 5s g i

1st M 5s 1977

t.

124M
124 M
121M
121M
107 %

1st M 4H8 1958 ser A....J&D
1st M 4Hs 1959 ser B....A&O
1st M 4 Ms 1960 ser C
A&O

87 M

82 M

81

1st

112
113
114

1st g guar s f 5s 1942
J&J
Pitts Va & Char gu 4s 1943.M&N
Pitts & West Va Ry—

87

111

Ref & imp 4 Ms 20
Ref & imp 6s 2047

123

112M

Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix—

Stamped

Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943.-J&J

131M

Joaquin Val—
A&O

1st g 5s Oct 1 1940

Ctfs of dep stamped
/ 22,
Adj mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A /
7M
Ref gold 4s 1959 opt
A&O t /12 H
Certificates of deposit.
/ 12 M
1st & cons 6s 1945 ser A—M&S /
16 M

105j|

F&A

sfg 58 1959

102 M

Certificates of deposit

113M

Pittsb Term RR & Coal—

Northern Central—
Gen & ref 5s 1974 ser A..M&
Gen & ref g 4Ms ser A '74.M&
Northern Ohio Ry 1st guar 5s—

Eqtr 4Mb 1937-'40
Eqtr 2Ks 1937-1941

112M

Pitts Shenango & Lake Erie—
1st gold 58 1940
A&O

105

_

....

112

....F&A f

Gold 4s Feb 1 1952

6% receivers' ctfs 1927
Pittsburgh & Shawmut—

122M
105.16

105M

122

Northern—_

1st gold 5s 1949

&
60

1st gen g 5s 1954 opt
/ 24
107
Norfolk Term 1st gu 4s 1961M&N
117
122 M

105 M

1st 58 1954

102

A&O

25M

/

San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950.-A&O

iedmont & Northern—

103
106

M&N

22 H

22 M

f oPt gu...J& J

106

Bid

Bonds
Salt Lake & Ogden 5s 1934
...
San Antonio & Aransas Pass—
1st guar g 4s 1943
—J&J

103
47 M

Ref 1st g 4s June 1992...-M&S
Gen M g 4s 1955 red—__ J&D
N Y Pennsylvania & Ohio—
Prior lien ext 4 Ms, 1950--M&S
N Y Phil & Norf—1st g 4s *39 J&J

Norwich

the month preceding the date of issue
Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

New York Ontario & Western-

Oct. 1 1933 & Apr 1 '34

andJbcoim and[defaulted bonds

bond

NOTICE—All

Income 4s Jan 1 1939
Stock trust ctfis 4s 194S
N Y Prov & Bos 4s 1942
N Y & Put 1st 4s g 1993
N Y Short Line 4s 1957

71

BONDS

RAILKOAD

DEC., 1936]

ser

A.F&A

Transylvania RR 1st 5s 1956.J&J
Tulsa Un Dep 1st 4Ms '59—J&J

105 H
106 M

5

ft
ft
b

107 M
1.25

2.00
2.00

2.25

108*1
106M
107 H
99 M
103

101M
112

110M
106 M
101
72

103

....

Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t Called Dec. 1 at 105.

72

RAILROAD

BONDS

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

NOTICE—AH

Bond* and Stocks

Bid

Union Depot (Columbus. Ohio)
Gen 4%s 1940
J&J
Union Pacific—
;
1st ry & land gr 4s g 1947--J&J
1st & ref 4s June 2008
M&S

Ask

104

1st & ref 5s June 2 2008--M&S

105%

115%
109%

116%
109%
112%

112

40-year 4s 1968
J&D
35-year 3 Mb debs 1971—M&N
34-year 3%s deos 1970—A&O
Eq tr 4Mb *37-'38 (yr)-,.-M&N
i
Eq 4Mb Sept 15 '37-'39_M&S15
Eq tr 5s 1937 (yr)
_.M&S
Union RR (Penn) 1st 5s '46_M&S
Deb 6s 1946
M&S

l6I"
1.00

101%
100%
0.50%

1.25

0.75

1.00

050%

99%

115
130

Union Terminal Co (Dallas):—

107 M

1st g 5s 1942 opt 1922
A&O
United N J RR & Canal Co—
■.
1st 4Mb Sept 1 1979
M&S
General gold 4s 1944
M&S

108%

126

113%

M&S
F&A
Gen 1st g 3 Mb 1951
M&S
Utica Clin & Bing 5s 1939—J&J

102

103

Vandalia RR—
Cons g 4s 1955 series
Series B 1957

110M
110 M

115%
115%

126

.

M&N

Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—
1st guaranteed 414s—

3

July 1914 coupon—J& J1934
July 1914 coupon off
J&J
Cash war & scrip ret No. 5 on
Vermont Vail 1st 4 Mb 1940- A&O
Vicksburg Bridge & Term Go—
1st M s f 6s 1958
M&S
Debenture s f 7s 1948
M&S

2%
3M

3%

69M

71

22

Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
Prlien 6s'15ext5% '40--M&N
Gen 5s May 1 1941
M&N
Va Air Line 1st 5s 1952
M&S

24

106

104

110%

J&J

99

_..A&0

81
yl

Atlanta & West Point
100
Atlantic Coast L Co of Conn__50
Atlantic Coast L RR com
1(30

Wabash Railroad Co—

103 %

M&N

103%

F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939.J&J
1st lien term gold 4s 1954-J&J
Ref & gen 5 MB 1975 A—M&S

-.100
Beech Creek (guar N Y C)—50
Belgian Nat Rys Co—
American shares partic pref—
Central
50
Boston & Alb (guar N Y O-100
Boston & Maine common
100

83%
33 M

Certificates of deposit—:

4.75
4.75

4.00%
4.00%

4.75

Equipment trust 5 Mb
Equipment trust 5s
Eqtr 4Mb 1937-43 (yr)—.A&O
Det & Chic ext 1st g 5s '41.J&J

4.00%

10334
78%

83"

97 %

Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939--J&J

99%

Toledo & Chic 4s g 1941—M&S
Omaha Div. 1st 3 Mb g '41-A&O
Wabash Railway Co—

66%

6934
107

5% non-cum preferred
Chicago & North Western

83%
1

150

85%
2%
.152
8%

100

preferred

13%
10%

10
12
'

.16

5

;■

33

36

13%.
98%
101%

13%

103"

v

55

57

55

57

36

38

„

38%
89%
72%
1 %
4%
1%
10

40%
91%
72h/
118
2%
5%
1%
10%

7%
1%
3%
3%
9%
1%
4%

1%

2
5
,

425

109

112

200

105%
108%
2.00%
2.00%
100%
111%

Conn &

34%
34%

35%
35

4.75

4.00%

4.75
103
95

4.00%

106
112%

Dayton & M.ich com (guar)
50
Preferred (guar G H & D)-_ 50

(guar)-100

100
Delaware Lack & Western— 50
Delaware
--25
Denv & Rio Gr West 6% pref_l00
Delaware & Hudson Co

113%

(guar)—100
Detroit & Mackinac Ry
100
5% non-cum preferred
100
Duluth South Snore & Atl_-—100
6% non-cum preferred—---100
East Penna (guar P & R)
50
Elmira & W'msport (guar)— 50
Preferred (guar Nor Cent). 50
Detroit Hills & S W

15

40
108

60%

100

Passumpslc pref

Consol Rys of Cuba 6% pref .100
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref--100

Delaware & Bound Br

10734

8%

---100

4% 1st non-cum preferred--100
4% 2d non-cum preferred--100
Columbus & Xenia (guar)
-50

61%

100

Erie—Common

103%

Willamette Val Southern Ry—
6s 1939
F&A f
Willmar & Sioux Falls—
-

J&D

31

4% non-cum 1st preferred--100

83%
131
120

100

10%

^100

4%
1%
283
110%

3%

Norfolk Southern
.100
Norfolk & Western Ry
100
Adjust 4% non-cum pref-—100
No Carolina (guar Sou RR)—100
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR)- 50
North'n N H
(guar B & M)
100
Northern Pacific Ry
--<.100
North RR of N J (guar Erie)_100
Northern Securities Co stubs
North Pennsylv (gu P & R)__ 50
Norwich & YVorcester pref
100

70

26%

W*

l66~~
113"

111%

11%
18%

18

44

50

50

Pennroad Corp v t c

46

5

125

5% preferred
5% prior preferred

100

-

100

lila Germ & Norris (guar)-- 50
Phila & Trenton
(gu Pa RR)-100
*

100

(gu)__ 100

com

7 % conv pref (guar Pa RR)_100
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
50
Pittsburgh & West Vriginia
100
Pitts Youngs & Ajshta 7 %
pref 100

50

—

50
50

Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar)-100
Potoin—com

100

Dividend obligations
6% guaranteed

77

80

55

76

58

80

„

94

183

100
100
100

-

100
100

St Louis Southwestern

100

100

15%

16

Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs..

28%

Tennessee

„

0%

4%
12%

27%

41%
22%
48%

100

Central

54

100

Southwestern of Ga (guar)

24

28,/

23%

83

150
75

100
100
100

-

preferred

non-cum

90

121%
5?

100
—

-

150

50

*

common

preferred

Southern Pacific Co
Southern Ry common

5%

45

107
94

100

Bridge 1st pref
2d preferred
St Louis-San Francisco Ry
6% non-cum preferred---

non-cum

15%
44%
49%

100
100
100

7% guaranteed
Roch & Genesee Val RR
Rome & Clint (gu D & H)

4-2%

90%
34%
175
24

1st pref
4% non-cum 2d pref

Sharon

173

119

non-cum

Rich Fred &

118%

...

Seaboard Air Line

1

63,.

—100

5% non-cum preferred
100
Saratoga & Schenectady (gu)-100

2

270

42%

16"

1%

153

84

50

20

6tV8

84

107%

Preferred
Pitts Cin Chic & St Louis

St Louis

50
6

5%

4%
38%

Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie— 50

210

48%

41%

1

Rutland 7% preferred

47%

70

55„

Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)-.100
Peoria & Eastern
__100
Pere Marquette Ry com
100

104

101
205
46%
18%

110

58

100

X4% 111 Cent stk ctf 1952—1000

30.

64

103

Passaic & Del Ext
Paterson & Hudson RiverPennsylvania RR

4%

25%

26%
78

70
17

Reading Co

29

102

*

Ogdon Mine RR (gu On N J)-100
Old Colony (gu N\NH&H)—100
Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 50

Portland & Ogdensburg
Prov & Worcester (guar)
Railroad Securities Co—

82

160

110

92

*

17%

111%

28%

\ II*
Sup & Dul Div 4s 1936—M&N

yr

100

98

-.100

41

98

1 Troy & Gr'bush (gu NYC)— 50

60

196

200

Tunnel RR of St Louis
—.100
Union Pacific—Common.——100

ctfs
Preferred (capital stock

*

Green Bay & Western
100
Gulf Mobile & Northern com.100

115

116

...A&O

77
80

94

Great Northern Ry—
Iron Ore Prop trust

Winston-Salem Southbound—

100

6% preferred
Hudson & Manhattan

---100

23

5% non-cum preferred---—100
Illinois Central
---100
Non-cum 6% pref series A—100
Leased lines (guar)
100
Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Co

20

Internat

29%
27
35

4s

1951
M&N
Wore & Conn E 4%s 1943—J&J f
Yonkers Ry see "P U" bonds—
Yosemite Valla f g 5s 1930--J&J f

50

73
75

(guar Pa RR)— 50
Jack pref (guar)-100
Georgia RR & Bank Co (gu)-l00

91

£

100

43

Erie & Pitts

103
112
98

1st gold guar 4s 1960—...J&J
Winston-Salem Term 5s *66. A&O
Wisconsin Central Ry—

22

44%

Ft Wayne &

32

105%

Wilmington & Newbern—
1st gold 4s 1947
F&A
Wilmington & Nor 4Mb *77—J&D
Gen 5s Aug 1 1982
F&A
Wilmington Ry Bdge 5s '43.A&0

4% non-cum 2d preferred—100
Erie & Kalamazoo (guar)
50

100

7% conv preferred
N Y Ontario & Western

Pitts Ft W & Chic

5%

195
97

Colorado & Southern

W

.

128

*
100

—

Piedmont & Northern

3%
10%

50
100

-50

68%
40%

100

pref

Central RR-

5

Cleve Cine Chicago & St L—100

100
7%_50

1st 4% non-cum

64

2d 5% non-cum
preferred--100
New London Northern
100

8%

ll6v

100%

preferred

5%

Mobile & Birmingham—
4% non-cum preferred
100
Mobile & Ohio—See Southern Ry
Morris & Essex
(guar)
50
Nashv Chatt & St Louis
100
National Rys of Mexico—

96
,

115

non-cum

100

8%
10
12

100

5%

27%
2%

100

N Y Chic & St Louis com
6 % preferred series A
N Y & Harlem com

Cincinnati Sandusky & Cleveland

Cleve & Pitts (gu Pa RR)
Guar 4%

5

5
7

100
&

preferred

(gu)

410

preferred

63

-2H

30

5

non-cum

2

20
•

*

_

New Orl Texas & Mexico
New York

*9~
"29%

100

6%

com.

12

100

Preferred

conv

50

100

7% preferred series A
Missouri Pacific com
5%

11

100
100
-100
100

'

8%
13%

7% preferred

'

1st guar g 5s 1942
J&D
Wilkes-Barre & Scranton Ry—
1st 4 %s May 1 1938

Rys (Cent Am) com—*

52

56

15

36

37

United N J RR & Canal (gu)-100

68

Utica Chen & Susq Val (gu)-100
Utica Clinton & Binghamton.100

13

13%

521/

54

4%
12%
24%
44%

4%

non-cum

Preferred

b Basis.

4%
13%
24%
46%
72%

70

10

10%
10%
56%

55%
145
95^
115
18%
42%
76
18%

preferred——-100
100

50

Lehigh Valley
------———

50

-

40%

100

5% preferred

Texas & Pacific

66

21

9%

Joliet & Chic (guar O & A)—100
Kal Allegan & Gr Rap (gu)—100
K O St L & Chic—Pref (gu)—100
Kansas City Southern..100

Preferred

20%
39%

Com vot trust ctfs—-—---*

Lackawanna RR of N J




42i

98%
95%

100%
110%

lstggu4%s 1941 opt
M&N
Wilkes-Barre & Eastern—

1 at 100.

109%

97

2.25
2.25

* No par value.

37

44%
%
110%
43%

'

104%
107%

1st 5s 1980
J&
Wichita Falls & Sou 1st 6s '38 J&J
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—

Called Dec.

*

100
100

Cin Union Term 5% pref

M&S

Mo-Kan-Texas RR

95

50

S S M
7 % non-cum preferred-

4u/g leased line ctfs
Mississippi Central

22%

35%

99%

Equipment trust 5s
Eqtr 5Mb 1936-'38 (yr)—J&D
Western Pocahontas 4Mb 1945._
Western Ry of Ala 4%s *58--A&O
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
Ref mtge. 4s ser D 1966—M&S
1st consol gold 4s 1949
M&S
Wheeling Term 4s 1940
F&A
White & Black River Valley—

a

86

98

Equipment trust 4Mb
Equipment trust 5s

maturity.

70
89

Cin New Orl & Texas Pacific—100

West N Y & Penna 5s 1937—J&J
Gen mtge gold 4s 1943
A&O
Western Pacific RR Corp—

Certificates of deposit—.
Marsh field & S'eastern div

46

65

50
60
110

50

-

Minneapolis St P &

95

1st & ref 5%s 1977 ser A—J&J

1st & ref 4s 1959

182

45%

6% preferred

112

-J&J

1st gen g 4s 1949
J&J
Certificates of deposit-.

2d pref (guar P & R)__
50
Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W)_30.
Central of New Jersey
100
Chesapeake Corp
*
Chesapeake & Ohio common—25
Chicago Burl & Quincy
100

Chic R I & Pacific common—100

110

West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
1st g s f 4s 1990
A&O
West Fruit Exp—See Gr Nor
Western Maryland 4s 1952.A&0

1st guar g 5s 1938

Car Clinchfield & O com 4%-100
Common stamped 5 % --—100
Catawissa RR—1st pref (guar) .50

7 %non-cum

1000

-

Minehill & Schuyl Hav (gu)
Minneapolis & St Lollis

56

Chic Milw St P & Pacific—
Common

71

100

Miehigan Central
MiddLml Valley common

46%

100
25

6% preferred
-100
Chicago Great Western com.-100
4% preferred
100
Chic Ind & Louisv common
100
4% non-cum preferred
100

101%

_

Washington Co Ry 1st g guar
3Ms Jan 1954 opt 1924
J&J
Wash & Frankl Ry 1st 5s '39-J&J
Wash Term Co—3%s 1945—F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar
F&A
Washington & Vandemere—__
.
1st 4Mb 1947
F&A
West Shore 1st 4s 2361.——J&J

1st M 5s 1946 series A
Assented 5s 1946——

38%
35%
36%
37%

85

Pr<- ferred

152

83"

3434

—

177
42

100
Camden & Burl Co (guar)----25

39

33

Ref &gen4%s 1978 ser O.A&O
Certificates of deposit--Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D—A&O
Certificates of deposit
Warren 1st ref g 3 Ms 2000—F&A
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948.
—Mar

Registered

_

Chic & East Illinois common-100

Ref & gen 5s 1976 ser B—F&A
Certificates of deposit

73%

—

Bost & Prov (guar Old Col)

Canadian Pacific—

39
40

36

..100

Preferred

111

y5

4
-

53

Massa^vippi Valloy—

104
98

100

100
100
100
100
-.100

Canada Southern38

108
73%
102%

Unstamped—
1st pref 5% class A
100
1st pref 8% class B
100
1st pref 7% class O
100
1st pref 10% class D. j—100
1st pref 4%% class E
100
7% prior preferred
---100
Stamped—

1st pref 10% class D
1st pref 4% % class E

625

50
100
—100

59
52

%

7% preferred—

Preferred stamped

96%

,

58

58

50

1st pref 5% class A
1st pref 8% class B
1st pref 7 % class C

„

1st gold 5s 1939
2d gold 5s 1939

58

22

10234
1.00%
1.00%

50

Pref (guar L S & M S)
Maine Central

58

50

100
com

Common—

107 %
1.50
1.40

o

r

44

Virginian Ry—
1st lien & ref 3%s A 1966-M&S
Eq tr 4Mb 1937-1940 (yr)—J&J
Eqtr 5s 1937-1938 (yr)—M&N

175

4% non-cum pref
Bangor & Aroostook
Rights
i

112%

Bid

105

Mahoning Coal RR

93

100

—50

com

100

Par

50
Spec guar betterment stk.. 50
Lit Schuyl Nav RR &
Ooal(gq) 50
Lbuis & Mo Riv pref (guar»-.100
Louisville & Nashville
-100

82

50

100
Albany & Susquehanna (gu)—100
Alleghany Corp common—
*
5%% pref (with $30 warr)_100
534% pref (without warr)._100
534% pref (with $40 warr)_100
2 34 % prior conv
pref
*
Allegheny & West (6% guar)_100
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe.100
5% non-cum pref
100
Atlanta Birm & Coast pref
100
Atlan & Char Air L (guar)
100

A1 Great Southern

Preferred
Alabama & Vicksburg-gu

Bellefonte

105

-

Stocks

Ask

Little Mlafni original guar

Baltimore & Ohio common-.-100

109

A—F&A

Bid

Par

STOCKS

Augusta & Savannah (guar)—100
Bait & Cumberland 7% gu
50

114

1st 4s Sept 1 1948
1st 4Mb Feb 1 1973

Va & Southwest 5s 2003
1st cons g 5s 1958

Stocks
RAILROAD

100""
120

18%
43%
79
19

38

/This price includes accrued interest,
k Last sal8.
t Quotations represent dollars per $100 face amount.

n

4%

non-cum

preferred

100

Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
100
(guar)-——100

Vermont & Mass

Vicksb Shrevep &

Pac

com

100
100

5% non-cum preferred
Virginian Ry common-.—-.100
6% cum preferred
-——-100
Wabash Ry
-----100
5%
5%

non-cum

preferred A

non-cum conv

pref B

Warren N J (guar D L & W)_
West Jersey & Seashore (gu).
Western

Maryland Ry

1st

preferred

4%

non-cum

com
-

100

100

x

Ex-dividend,

97%

255
93
85
101
131
84
92

137
127

2%

7«8

50
50
100

53

100

103

2d pref
100
Western Pacific RR Corp—.100
6% non-cum preferred
100
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry_.
100
5% % cum-conv preferred—100

Nominal,

150

131„

68

9%
17%
2

5%
87
115

t Negotiability impaired by

NOTICE—All bond prices

arc

"and interest" except

Quotations for all securities are as near as

Stocks and Bonds

Per

Administered Fund 2d
Affiliated Fund com
Air Investors Inc vtc
Convertible

—

Warrants

X

(Mass)—

Deb 4%s with com shs
Aldred Investment Corp

(Can)—

101

IX

1.16

100 %

35
85

*

American & Continental Corp—
American European Secur
s

f 5s 1958 ser A

13 X

%2% preferred
Amer General Equities Ins
Amer ex Holding Corp

.27

28

Railroad

30

25
25

31

7

50

w

'

54

16%

3%

AX

36

40

38

41

6.38
.40

"".60

36.13

38.64

22

1

Canadian Litem it Inv Trust—

97

_A&0
Fund
Ltd
Canadian Pow & Pap Invest Ltd—
Deb 5s series A 1958
F&A
5s series A 1959__
Canadian
nvesrment

23%
100

4.60

5.00

■

71

73

16 %

1

17

3%

3%

*

51

49

10

58
46

50"

5

Century Shares-Trust
Chicago Corporation
Convertible preferred

5X
47

2775

100
100

com

29.10

5%
46%

*
*

8

27.06

Class B

Christiana Securities
Preferred

12

4

Broad St. Invest Co Inc

$3 cum pref series A_.
Carey Trust
Central Nat Corp class A

50 X

3%
11%

*
50
6% preferred
50
Basic Industry Shares
*
British Type Investors class A..1

Class B

16%

50 X

Option warrants.
Bancamerica-Blair Corp
Bankers Nat Investing com
Bankers Sec Corp com

Capital Administration cl A

7%

2850

1%

Debenture 5s May 1

96

18

Continental Shares 6% pref. .100

6X

Corp Secure 5% notes 1935.M&S
Corporate Trust shares old series

$5.50 preferred

7%

3.15

Accumulative series

(modified)

ACC

(modified)
10

6 66

*

Cumulative Trust Shares

3.80
3.60
2.37

Deposited Insur Shs. ser A
Series B

Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A
Diversified Trustee Shares

7.90
1.98

D shares

Shares
25c
Domestic & Foreign Investors—

1947.

49

Deb

5s

^nrn

_M&S 15 f

1954

Inv Tr Ltd 5sA'57M&N

Elec Shareholdings Corp com___l

2.13

52

$6 conv pref with warr
Equitable Invest Tr (Mass)
Equity Corp common
S3 conv preferred
Equity Shares
Equity Trust Shares in Amer
Fidelity Fund, Inc
First Boston Corp

/Flat price,

*

5
10c
...

k Last sale,




/■

*
10

n

96

35.27

2%
42
5
4.40

31.62
48%

Nominal,

9

27.63
3.49

1.80
1.76

1958

100
1
1

Northern Securities..
Industries com

Old Colony Invest
Common

54

5%
97%
37.90
2%
5%
4 85
34.06

__

Trust—

*

Debenture 4 %s Feb 1 1947
Debenture 4Ms Dec 15 1952
Old Colony Trust Assoc
Overseas Securities Co

Deb 5s Nov 1 1947

45

1942.

March

1952.

M&S

1.90

5%

56%

2%

2%

25

56%

57%

578

9%

5%
1%

97

m__*__l

$3 convertible preferred

8%
8%
IX

30M

97

M&S

5s

1.94

96

94 X

Allotment certificates

4Mb Mar

Unstamped.

9%

1%
Am

£1
£1
*

dep rets ord reg
Amer dep rets ord bearer
Spencer Trask Fund Inc

2%

22.79
4.40

1%

53

*
F&A 15

$5.50 preferred w w
Deb 5 ms 1939

103

1

23.49
4.65
3

2%

56

54

102%

101%
7%
6%

33

54 %
102%

.

Class B

*

1.06

*

125.43

Sterling Securities common A__*
Common B
_*

3%
%
13%
60 X

Utilities Inc

Standard

79M

State St Investment Corp

53

51

7%

•»

-

-

89c

122.70

%
24.87

X
27.23

*
50
*

$1.20 preferred
$3 cum conv 1st pref

1.03

120.28

4%

...

Sun Investing Corp com
unstamped

.

w

O /8

1.14

~3%

u*
51

s*
50

Preferred

4.26

Super Corp of Amer class A

10.27

11.23

Class A A

2.9i

30.27

32.12

Class B

4.46

19 45
38
•

Class BB

2.94

Class C

107 M

Class D

37%
•106

50%
3%
101 x

8.39

839

52

Third National

15.32

*
*

Tri-Continental Corp

105

6% cum preferred

1%

5s

conv

;

deb

J&J

1953

109 X

1.10

1

Investors..

16.66

38M
9%
108 %
2%
120%

Supervised Shares

•3%

-

1

1.21

39
10

2%
123

9%
4.94

Trusteed Amer Bank Shares B

2 44

Trusteed Industry Shares
Trustee N Y Bank Shares

1.66

1.84

63

1.65

Trustee Stand Invest ser C

3.2c

2?

ys

78

2%

Deb 5s April 1 1948
Pacific Investing Corp—

*
M&N
A&O

Deb 5s 1948 without warr.. J&J

1

3 22

Class D
103%
13%

98

100

7.64

Trustee Standard Oil shares A

13%

Union Amer Invest COrp—
Common stamped

102 %

68 M

64%

3.83
77

2%

-

3%
1%

United N Y Bank Shares C3

-

United N Y Trust Shares ser F

«.

—

-

45c

Banking

—

U S Elec

82

Corp
Light & Pow tr ctf A

Z

Trust ctfs series B

13M
3%

Voting trust ctfs
U S & Foreign Securities

$6 1st ofeierred.
U. S. & International Sec

6
—

.

•

.

•

-

_

-

U >nv

14 X

9%
100

98

100
101

preferred

75c

20 W
3.16

20%

1.23

...

com..*
*

1st pref with warrants
Utility Equities Corp

117
4%
2%

115

M&S

—

—

102

J&D t 101%

«•••.

'

98

100 x

X

1941

1948

Union Investing Co—
Conv deb 5s 1946

5X
98%
98 M
13^
9X

expire

5s series A

104

12

12

6.98

Series B

Warrants

103

3 81

Preferred

101

5%

8

3.44

2.95

Oklahoma County Trust

51

Conv

25.70

3%

3%
95%

*

$5.50 prior stock
preferred

7oc

20.65

29

70%

3.86

1956.
8.75

Eastern Utilities Investing Corp—
Econ

M&S

1955

Oils &

F&A /

3

North American Trust Shares—

5.25

C shares

5%s

Niagara Share Corp (Md)—
Conv deb 5Ms 1950
M&N
B common
5
$6 cum preferred
*
North American Bond Trust Ctfs
North American Invest Corp—1

1953

Dividend

18.95
11.08
5.78

21

2

5s 1947

12

B shares

Deb

38"

6

75

4.29

Shares

4.84

Voting trust ctfs

31%

American

9%

New Jersey Bankers Securities._*
N Y Bank Trust Shares

110

100

preferred

cum

115
36

100

Crum & Forster Insureh B

7%

29 X

10

8% preferred

:ted

%

National Trust Shares—
Nation Wide Securities Co

3.80

5

70

preferred

1.41

Warrants

Remodified

3.02
3.02
3.80

AA

75
100

1780

*
100
*
*
1

Warrants

19

.

Crum & Forster Inc com

*

Mutual Investment Trust—

National Investors

1942

Without warrants

AA

1

5

Nat Bond & Share Corp.

6s series 4 Nov 1942..

i

1.97

3%

Series O

Preferred

1.7o

4

86

65

5 %s series 2 Oct 1937.
5s series 3 Dec 1937...

55c

35

72

.....

preferred

1.83

69

1948

Major Shares Corp
Maryland Fund Inc

69

conv

2.01

2%

Massachusetts Investors Trust.. 1

94

preferred

5%

$5

1.56

20

11M

11

102%

4%
85%

20

h%
10%

*
100

Continental Secur Corp com

1

.*
*

Hydro Elec Sec com
—*
Incorporated Investors
*
Independence Trust Shares
Institutional Securities LtdBank Group Shares
Insurance Group Shares
Insull Utility Invest—
Deb g 5s Jan 1949
F&A
Deb g 6s 1940 B with war. _J&J
Insuranshares Co of Delaware—1
Insuransbares (Md) ctfs Inc—1
International Holdings & Inv
*
Internat'l Secur Corp Amer—
6% preferred
—100
6% preferred
100
Debenture 5s 1947
J&D
Interstate Equity common
1
$3 convertible pref A.
*
Investment Bond & Share—
5s series A 1947
J&D
Investment Co of Am—
Common^..
10
Investment Trust of N Y coll A__
Investors Fund of America

National Bond & Invest

102%

F&A

1948

Common

%

33 X

Warrants

1j20

5s

"

Larkins Warr Trust

~2~

Debenture

1.82

1.82

38

._

1.88

1.29

36 X
10

Commonwealth Secure common
Preferred
Consolidated Funds Corp class A
Consolidated Invest Trust com..

65c
6H

1.92

1.61

Royalty
Keystone Custodian Fund B-3

102

5%

Pomeroy Inc common
scond Internat Security—

1.86

1

Investors

131

5.45

90%
2%

60c

2.43

1.69

Equipment Shares

Tobacco Shares

$6 preferred
$3 preferred
$7 preferred
Debenture 5s series A
Huron Holding Corp

AH

1953.A&0
5
50

Bullock Fund Ltd

1.73

;—

Guardian Investors com

113

2.74

1

1.43

61%

60 X

87%

15.34

5.id

89%
2%

A&O

Common stock

1.77

Mining Shares
Petroleum Shares

51

50
112

Atlantic & Pac Int. com w w—

6% preferred

4%

58

14.84

epublic Iuvtsbois Fund
eynolds Invest 5s 1948

2.28

Steel Shares

4%

22

1.10
1.68

Investing shares .
Merchandising Shares

i5I~~

100

3%
41%

2.54

42 m

100

1

Food Shares

36 X
5%
29 X
29%

4%
28%

*
25

Preferred.

86 M

2%

2

eliance Int

56

18

id

Preferred,

X

20%

Chemical Shares

127

1.14J

23%

8.20

3%

v

4%
20.72

112

A&O

1956

95

41

*

warrants)

ctf 25% 1st pref—*
Gleneagles Invest 5s June 15 1944
Great Brit & Canada Invest¬
ment Corp 4%& 1959
A&O
Group Securities, Inc—
Agricultural Shares
Automobile Shares
Building Shares

41

29 X

5 % preferred ww
Associated Stand, Oil Shs

Atlantic Secur 4Ms A

II

36X

40

Preferred
Associates Investment

Atlas Corp new com

13%

10 %

*

Amer Insuranstocks Corp—
Amer Investment (111)
Convertible preferred
7% preferred
8 % preferred
Amer Investors Inc com..

w

6

36

——1

$2 preferred

Utilities c'om

Pref allot

102

„_10c

American General Corp

Preferred

89

~lx

...1
*
.J&J

1
1

German Credit & Investment—

38

—

pref

$6 pref (with

18.90

40

7.5*

12

•11

Conv coll tr 4 Ms series

1%

1%
85

1.12

106

,

3%

1

103

8/

Investors Trust

104

*

13%
102%

102

7

39%

100

...

.

13 X
102%

"

11M

*

a.

$6 preferred
6.20

16%
4%

1.01

7.50

—

Gen'l Realty &

1

10c

S3 preferred
$5.50 prior pref

Coll tr

I 3J
8

1.27

10c

Corp A

Amer Elec Sec partic

General

rudential Investors

27 82

6.79

*

Warrants

$3 conv pref class A
lymouth Fund Inc.

45%

26.15

1

Corp

Investment

-

43

15M
3%
6%
38%

*
10
10c

hoenix Sec Corp

5.70

>

45

*
Investors—1

share

40

*
*

Class A

Class B

-

$6 preferred
$3 prior preferred..

%

39*

,

Amer Capital
Class B

General

'

$6 preferred
—...—---*
Deb g 5s 1953
F&A
Amer Business Shares
50c

American

Per

68

5.40

Ask

Bid

Par

share

65

$6 preferred w w
*
Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr

25

$3 convertible preferred——*
Amer Bankstocks Corp
*
American British & Continental—
Common

General

2%

Stocks and Bonds

13.79
11.39

*
*

,

Class B

4

3%
99

5s A with warr 1949

Class A

74

71

1968—
...»
J&J
Investing Corp com..*

%

71

68 |

1967—

Deb 4%b with com shs
Alliance Investment com
Allied Int

'• V

A

Foreign Power Secur Corp—
1st coll tr conv 6s A 1949-- J&D
Foundation Trust Shares A
Fourth Nat'l Investors ww
1
Fundamental Investors Inc
Fundamental Trust Shares Inc—

3

29

28

—

Aldred Invest Trust

Fixed Trust Shares series
Series B

20.71
12.15

3%

*
preferred.-..—.*

Per

share

19.47
11.17

inc...—*

month preceding the date of issue

Ask

Bid
Bid

Par

Stocks and Bonds

Ask

Bid

Par

defaulted bonds

where marked *'(" and income and

possible for the closing day of the

17%
94

2%
95

<_

5
7

Utility & Industrial Corp
*
Convertible preferred
*
Wellington Fund
Western Reserve Investing—
Deb 5%s 1944
F&A

4%
85%
%
4%
20.35

3.26
•

1.33

18%
100

2%
96
5

86
1

4%
22.30

101X

49 %

a:

Ex-dividend,

t Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t Called Dec. 1 at 101 %.

* No par value.

Public
(Include*street and electric railway*,

eai,

Utilities

electric power, water, telegraph, telephone and
bridge companies.)

NOTICE—AH

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

Bid

Adriatic Electric Co (Italy)—
Extl s f 7s 1952
A&O
Ala Gas Co 1st M4Ks 1951-F&A
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946-M&S
1st & ref 5s 1951
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956
M&N
1st & ref 4%s 1967
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968
M&S
Alabama Water Service Co—
1st M 5s 1957

ser

60%

7334
108

104

10433

102

10234

91%

9833

92 %
9734

100 %

10134

Alton Water 5s 1956
A&O
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—
1st coll 4s Jan 1 1954..
J&J
Amarillo Gas 6s____
1939
Amer Commonwealths Power—

* SI*
&V>
66

Corp coll 433s *53-A&O
1963

J&J

3534
79

1033
107%
4833
5533
9834
68

92

30

32

10434

Ana&Pot R RR-See WashRy&El
Anchorage Lt & Pow 7-5s'43 F&A / 71
Androscogging Electric Corp—
lstmtgesf 4%s 1955
A&O d 10434
Androscoggin & Kennebec Ry—
1st 6s 1940
M&S
53 34
40
Androscoggin W Pow 6s '45-F&A
Appalachian Elec Power—
1st & ref 5s 1956
105
M&N
10734
Appalachian Power 5s 1941
J&D
Deb gold 6s 2024
119
J&J
Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Co
.

'

1st & ref 4%s

1950

Arkansas El & Wat 6s
Ark Louisiana Gas 4s
Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6s
Deb 6%s 1935
lstsf 7s 1953
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s

-

U233
116

11034
10233
105
105

89

11033
102

5533

10534
10834
121

A&O
__J&J /

90

.

97

A&O /

F&A

41
41
10233
98

F&A
1944-F&A /
10
1951 —J&J
10233
1953--J&J / 85
M&N / 40
J&J f 8134
1956-A&0
10334
91

105

43

42

10333
99
15

1«,3%
86

4033

103%
9233
107

103 33

6234
6o33

6233
6633

6333
5334
5334

64

Associated Gas & Elec Co—
Conv deb 5%s 1977
F&A
Conv deb 4%s '48 ex-warr M&S
Conv deb 4%s 1949
J&J15
Conv deb 5s 1965
M&N
Cons ref deb 5s 1968
A&O
Conv deb 5s 1950
F&A

5833
5834

59"

Conv income ctfs
534s
M&N
Cons ref deb 4%s 1958._M&N

77,.

7733

4834

deb

deb

Sinking
Sinking
Sinking
Sinking

33
5334

59
50

98
90
w

8233

4%s 1973——_J&D
4s

fund
fund
fund
fund

1973
M&S
income 4s 1983
income 4%s 1983-

44

51

53

56

income 5s 1983
income 5%s 1983-

58

F&A

61
49

Income deb 4s 1978
Income deb 3 Ms 1978
Income deb 3%s 1978

A&O

45 34

4133

M&N
M&S

40

Corp participating 8s '40-M&S
Associated Pub Utilities Corp—
1st lien 5s 1947 ser A
Deb 6s series A 1958

63

50%
4634
42 34
4134

103

J&J

82

M&N

71

84

73

Associated Telep Co Ltd—
1st M 4s series B 1965
J&J
Associated Telep & Teleg Co—
Deb 5%s 1955 ser A——M&N
Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942A&0

10724

10833

A '46M&N
*

1st g 5s 1955 ser A
1st g 5s 1957 ser B
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser C

103

Atlanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Wat El & Pr 5s 1943 J&J
Atl Beach Bridge 633s 1942
Atlantic City El 5s 1938

M&S

1st &rof 5s 1956.--.

A&O

50

116

117
124

106%

131

10333

103%

Corp—

83

86

46

48

2633
26

29

A&O / 2533
Works
1st 5s 1938
A&O
10533
Binghamton (N Y) L H & P—
1st ref 5s Feb 1946
A&O
106%
Birmingham Elec 433s 1968-M&S
98%
86
Birmingham Gas 1st 5s '59.M&N
6% notes extended 1938--A&O
83
Birmingham Water Works Co—
1st m 5338 1954 ser A—
A&O
10333

33

Binghamton

m

(N

5s 1954

Y)

101

J&D

103%
108%
11033

10133
102%
107 33

Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr—
f 6s 1953--

M&N

107

98%
87%
86

103
104%

108%

113

1st &ref5s 1968

124
'

22%

23%

Bristol & War Wat Wks 5s '46J& J
1st 5s series B 1946-J&J
British Col Power 533s 1960M&S

105

.94

105

M&S

105

J&D

10633

1st 4%s series B 1961
Broad River Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser A

J&D

106

106%

M&S

97

1966

1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)
J&J
1st con 5s July '41 (stp)„M&N
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950
F&A
Kings Co El 1st 4s 1949---F&A
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951.-J&J
Bklyn Un Elev—See BklynQueens
Bklyn Un Gas 1st cons5sg'45M&N
1st lien & ref 6s '47 ser A_ M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B 1957 M&N
Deb 5s 1950—-i
J&D
Buff Gen Elec 1st! 5s 1939—-F&A
-

1st ref 5s April 1,
Gen & ref 5s 1956

1939

J&J
ser A
F&A
Gen & ref 433s 1981...
F&A
Buff & Niag Falls El L & Power—
1st gold 5s 1942—..——F&A
Buffalo Traction
i
,T
See
Buffalo & Lockport
[ Internal

lst&genM 3%sserH'66-F&A

Conv deb 5%s '49 w w—F&A /

101

101%

104%

104%

103%

75

69

67%
69%

74%

75

62

63

26

29

101%
103%
9i*%

100%

94

94'j

80

8233
114%
108%
63%

114%
108%
62

122%
130%

HW

108%
104%
107%

109%
106

108%
107%
107%

106
106

106

10734
10534

Charleston Transit Co—
1st 5s 1942

Gen & adj 5s 1942
M&S
Coll trust 5s notes 1942—M&S

112%

•

>}

.

A

A&O
A&O

75
75

75

70

/

58
80

Ches & Pot Tel of Va 5s '43

10o %

-

„

M&N

-

-

_

86
1ao1/

^

i

/

11

hicago City & Connecting Ry
Coll tr s f g 58 Jan 1,1927.A&0
Certificates of deposit.
/

19

—

Pur

mon

4-5s Feb '27

opt-J&J

••

•

sor

93

95

Adjust deb

J&J

A

Certificates, o^^ieposit98

lo

15

Adf^iricMs Feb 1927 opt.-May

1st & ref 6s 1953

97

19

Chicago City Ry—
79
Aat 5s (15% paid) 1927—F&A
79
Certificates of deposit
Chic Dist Elec Generating—
1st M 433s 1970
105%
M&S
1st 6s series B 1961
M&N k 105
Chic Ghs L&C see Pooples G L&C
Chic Nbrth Shore & Milw R{t—
10
1st mtge gold 5s 1936
—J&J
1st &|ref 6s 1955 ser A—_J&J
6%
1st &?ref 5%s 1956
A&O
6%
Chicago Railways Co—
1st 5s 1927. stpd as to 25% pt
red and pay
1» 1933—F&A t/ 79%
79%
Certificates of deposit
Cons M 5s ser A Feb '27.-A&O
26%
Certificates of deposit
26
12
Series B Fob, 1927
J&D
Certificates of deposit
12%

Certificates of deposit
hicago Rapid. Transit Co—
1st & refs'6%8.1944
J&J
Certificates of deposit

Ry.

103%

M&S

1st 4%s 1958 series A

6

6

12
12
12

12

^

July, 1963..J&J

Certificate of

deposit
Chippewa Power 6s 1947

J&D

103%

104
106

101

102%
101%

1st mtge 3 %s 1966
F&A
Cin Newport & Gov L & T—
1st ref 6s 1947 series A
J&J

106

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—

105

101%

104%
103%

Cincinnati Street Ry—

1st m 5%s ser A 1952
1st 6s 1955 ser B

105
102

105
106

102%

100

S

Californiam>as & Elec Corp—

Deb gold 533s 1942
1st mtge 4s 1966

IH to l-N ivp

110%

M&S

Certificates of deposit

California-Oregon Power—

105%

73
73
73

M&N /
J&D /

5%s series B 1956
5s series C 1933

,

110

Unif & ref g 5s '37 op s f. -M&N
Calif Water Serv 4s B 1961.M&N

101%

1st 1 coll 5%s 1956 ser A. .M&N f

105%
114%

110
110

„

Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp
1st mtge 333? ser B 1966--F&A
Central West Public Service Co—

108%

Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 19551 -J&J

...J&D

M&S L5

Cent States Pow & Lt Corp—
1st M & 1st lien 5%s 1953.J&J

■,

102

Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951—J&D
lstsf&s 1964

1 I

66%

101

10133
101%

.

Calgary Power 1st 5s 1960—A&O

«

74

J&J

104 f

48%
48%
48%
48%

48

1

Chester Water Service Co—

48

48

9
8
y%

Without warrants
F&A /
Cent Public Utility inc 5%s.l952 /
Central States Edison, Inc—•
1st coll inc 3-5s 1950
M&S /

Chattanooga Ry & Light-—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op'16-M&N
Chatt Rys 1st cons 58'56-M&N

10533

49

-

103%
y0%
9o%

Cent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956—F&A
Cent Pub Serv Corp—

„

4834

86

107 y-j
102%
106%
101%

Cent Ohio L & Plst 5s 1950-A&O
Cent Pow 1st 5s 1957, ser D.J&J

98%

M&N
M&N
—M&N
Coll trust 3s 1941
M&N
Coll tr series 3%s 1942
M&N
Coll trust series 3 %s 1951-M&N
Brooklyn City & Newtown RR—
5s 1939
J&J

100%

Charleston Cons Ry Gas & El
Consol gold 5s 1999
M&S

5s series B I960
British Col Tel 5s 1960

M&N

9y

Cent Maine Pt 5s'39op'19-M&N
1st & gen 4%s 1957 ser E .J&D ?
1st & gen 4s ser G 1960—A&O

105%
105%

Coll trust 3s 1937
Coll trust 3s 1938
Coll trust 3s 1939
Coll trust 3s 1940

108%
103%
103%
103%

M&N

G

ser

105

101%

115

J&D
Bway & 7th Ave—See N Y Rys
Bklyn Borough Gas 5s 1967-F&A
Bklyn City RR 1st 5s 1941—.J&J
Brooklyn Edison Co— *
Consol mtge 3 %s 19e6
M&N
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Corp
Coll trust 433s 1966
M&N

97

101%

Debenture 5s 1944
J&J /
Cent States Utilities 6s 1938-J&J /

113

105

„

106%

1st & ref 4%s 1981 ser H—J&D
Cent Indiana Gas 5s 1957—M&S
Central Indiana Power Co—

Deb 5%s 1954

103%

114

(new)

„

Central States Elec Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1948—

Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952--J&J

1st 433s

93
104

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent Iowa Telep 5%s A 1947-J&J

96
106 33

Deb g 4 33s Nov 1. 1941-M&N
Deb g 5s Dec 1942
J&D
West End St 5s 1944
M&S
7s Sept 1947
—..M&S
s

"

Gas

Bloomington Dec & Champagne
1st & ref 5s 1940
M&N
Blue Lakes Water 6s '38
M&S
Bolivian Power 8s ser A '45-A&0
Boston Elev Ry 433s 1937--A&O

Extl 1st

28

Rys—

B

ser

102

113%

Cent Ills Elec & Gas Co—
1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
Cent Illinois Light 333s '66.-A&O
Contral Illinois Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser E—M&N
1st mtge 433s 1967 ser F—J&D

27

25%

Berlin Elec Elev & Underg
1st mtge s f 633s 1956

99
101

,

123%

121%
130%

49

_

1st & ref s f g 5s 1950 •
J&J
Atl Cons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
J&D
Gen mtge 4%s 1955
M&S

92%

Central Elec of N J 5s 1940- J&J
10y
Cent El & Tel 1st 5s ser A '55 J&J
101 %
Central Gas & Elec 6s 1946-M&S
85%
First lien coll tr 533s *46.-J&D
'83%
Central Georgia Pow 5s '38-M&N
105
Central German Pow 6s '34. J&D / 26
Cent Hud Gas & Elec Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1941
J&D
113%
1st & ref 3%s 1965
M&S
108%

104

122%
12233

f

Certificates of deposit.
f 48
2-yr 6% notes 1933
A&O /107
Certificates of deposit.
/107/
Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
-

64

91%

-

M&S

Bergen Turnpike 5s 1951
J&J
Berkshire St Ry 1st 6s '37--J&D
Berlin City Elect 633s 1951.-J&D /
Sink fund deb 633s 1959--F&A /
Deb 6s Apr 1,1955
A&O /

103

62

Cent Ark Pub Serv Corp—
1st & coll tr 5s 1948 ser A.-F&A
Cent Conn Pow &Lt 5s'37--A&O

103

J&D

A&O

1

M&S

Carolina P& List 5s 1956--A&O
Cedar Rap Mfg & P 5s '53—J&J
Central Arizona Light & Pow Co
1st mtge 5s 1960
J&D

103%

M&N

M&S /

83

104%

oo

Capital Traction (Wash, D C)—
fst g 5s June 1, 1947
J&D

Beauharnois Power Corp—
Coll trust 8 f 5s 1973 w w„A&O f 49
Beaver Valley Water 5s '60-M&N
103%
Bell Telephone of Canada—

83

o o HH

Canadian West Telep 5%s '56J&J
Canton Elec Co 5s 1937
M&N
Cape & Vine'd El 4s A '65
J&J

109%

105

84
4834

Conv deb 6s 1941
.M&S f
Certificates of deposit.
f
Conv deb 5%s 1944 ser C.M&N r
..

Term 6 Us 1951
Canadian Utilities Ltd—
1st mtge 5s ser A 1955

105

f

Certificates of deposit-

49

102

Brooklyn Queens Co & Sub—

80
42

Income deb 4%s 1978

.

54

53

F&A
J&D

40

n?*

1st 433s ser B 1948
J&J
Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge Co—
1st 7s 1953
—A&O

1st

90

__

ser

104

104

Camden & Sub Ry—See P S
Corp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5s *53.M&N
Canadian L & P 5s '49 op '14 J&J
Canadian Rail & Harbor—

22

18

F&A

B

ser

103%

South

Chicago Ry—
(35% prin paid) 1927 F&A
Certificates of deposit

Bangor Hydro Electric—
433s 1960
J&D t 105
1st mtge 3%s 1966
J&J
109
Barstow (W S) deb 6s 1942.-A&O
100
Baton Rouge Electric Co—
1st mtge 533s 1954
J&D
105%

-

88

deb 5%s 1973—
deb 5s 1973

Deb 4s series A 1975
J&J
Deb 5s series A 1975
J&J
Deb 5s series B 1975......J&J

&

Ask

1st

107

A&O /

Bid

M&S
Calumet G & E 5%s B I960-J&J
Calumet

103 33

1st mtge 5s 1957 ser C
F&A
Blackstone Val G & E 5s '39.J&A
M & coll tr 4s ser C '65- -M&N
Bleecker St&FulFy-See NY Rys

J&J

Ark West Gas 1st 5s w w '39-J&J
Ashland L & Pow & St Ry—
1st M gold 5s 1939
J&J
Ashtabula Water 5s 1958--A&O
Assoc Elect 4%s 1953
J&J
5s Jan 1 1961-.-J&J

Conv
Conv
Conv
Conv

1st 5s 1941

1st mtge 5s 1958

—

Income 5s 1960
Income 6s 1960
Arizona Power 5s 1950

Atlantic Co Wat 5s '58 ser A M&S
Augusta Ry & El 1st 5s 1940 J&D
Aurora Elgin & Chicago Elec
Ry

Bell Telep Co of
Pennsylvania—
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser C
A&O
Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec

54

104 34
Amer Utilities 1st 6s 1945
J&D / 51
Deb 6 Ms 1941
M&N / 51
Amer Util Service 6s 1964
87
Amer Water Works & Electric—
Deb 6s 1975 ser A
M&N,
11034
Deb 5s 1975 ser B
J&D
10134

1C6

S f income 8s 1953
•
A&O / 40
Beauharnois L H & P 533s'73 J&J /102

92

112%
11434
11034
10234

35-yr deb 5s 1965
F&A
25-year deb 3%s 1961——A&O
American Toll Bridge—
5%s ser A, B & C 1937-38-F&A
5%s series D, 1945
F&A

Arizona Ed 1st 5s 1948
1st 6s 1945

A 1956

20

J&D t 105
*
110
J&J

M&N

100

J&D

Bonds
Calif Water & Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1965

Sewerage—

ser

Battle Creek Gas 5s

52

,

-

f 6s

103
102

2%
2%
2%
2233

9033
9033

A&O

Amer States Public Serv—
1st 1 5%s 1948 ser A
M&N /
Certificates of deposits
f
Deb 6s 1938
J&D /
Amer Telep & Teleg—

Coll trust 5s 1946
Deb s f 5s 1960
Deb 5%s Nov 1 1943
Conv deb 4%s 1939

s

1st M 5s 1959

/
/
/

2%
234
234
/
2134
Certificates of deposit
/
18
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s '57 M&S15 t/ 34%
Amer & Foreign Power Co—
Deb g 5s 2030
M&S
,
78%
Amer Fuel & Pow 7s 1934-J&J
Amer G & E deb 5s 2028-.-M&N
107 H

4T%s

8833

92

Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
F&A
Deb g 5%s 1953
M&N
Oonv deb 6s 1940
M&S
Am Community Pow 533s *53 J&J

Am Gas & Pow deb 3-5s '53-F&A
Secured deb 3.60-6s 1953--J&D
Am Pow & L deb 6s 2016
M&S
Amer Rys

Atlantic City

Ask

101

J&J
J&J

Baltimore Transit Co—

105
88

Bid

\tlantic City Gas 5s 1960
1st lien & ref 5s 1957
1st

96 %

Albany Ry—See United Trac
Alexandria Water 5s 1937
100
J&J
Allegheny Gas Corp 633s'43M&N / 44
Alliance Power 1st 6s 1952--M&S / 69

Debenture

Bonds

97 %
107 X

J&J

A

Ask

A&O

100

A&O

103

10533

t

Negotiability impaired by maturity,
t Called Dec. 1 at 105.
♦ Called Jan. 1 at 110.
104%.
e Called Jan. 1, 1937 at 103.
/ This price includes accrued interest,
ifc Last sale.




a

n

Called Dec. 1 at 102%.

Nominal.

b Basis,

d Called Dec. 1 at

*

75

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

Dec., 1936]

marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
day of the month preceding the date of issue

bond prices are "and interest" except where
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing

NOTICE—AH

74 M
72 M

A&O
M&N
M&S
J&D

Cuban Telep conv

Cities Service Gas Co—

1st M pipe line 5 Ms 1942.M&N
Cities Service Gas Pipe Line Co—

102%

1st M 6s 1943
J&J
Cities Service Power & Light—

?§*
75%

103

Independent

1st mtge s f 4Mb ser
Citizens Tel (Gr Rap)

71%
71%

IVA
73

Telephone
A '61--J&J

103 m

104 M

85 M

83 M

1st 5s series
Citizens Water (Washington, Pa)

103

5s 1951

•

103 m
102

5Ms A 1951
J&J
City Elec San Fran 5s 1937--J&J
City Gas & Elec 1st 6 Ms '51-J&J
City Light & Traction (Sedalia,
MofTst s f 5s 1952
J&D
City & Sub PS—See Un Rys of St L
City & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry & El

iii

74

;

t

84

City of New Castle Water—
5s 1941
——J&D
City Water (Chattanooga)—
1st M 5s 1954
J&D
1st M 5s 1957 series O—M&N

23

111*

66

99 M
99%

98 M
98%

J&J

107 M

107
105 M

B...M&N
Columbus Ry Pow & Light—
1st mtge & coll tr 4s 1965.M&N
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser

108M

Commonwealth-Edison Co—
1st M 5s 1953
J&J

111%

111%
111%
113M
111%
108

111

1st M col 5s 1954 ser B—J&D
1st M col 4Mb 1956 ser O.A&O

112M
111M
107 M
107%

D.J&J
M&S
H 1965.—A&O

1st M col 4Ms 1957 ser
1st M 4s 1981 ser F

1st M 3 Mb ser
Com'w'lth El 5s June 1 '43-M&S

108

113

Commonwealth Gas Corp—

18
99

Oi-*® OitC ^n

100 M

&

81M

82 M

100 M

100 H

43 M

45 M

§4 M
82

80M
61

r

:•

105 M
109 %

1053*
107 M
129 M

110M
107 %
107%
100

106

/

40M

41

/
f
f
1

42 M
42 M
3%

43 M
43 M

3%
106 M

108

106

107 M

9
9
2%
2%

9M
9%
3%
3%

1M
102 M

.

85

J&J
F&A

(111) Lt & Pow

J&D

1st 5s 1940
1st

m

1956-M&S
Iowa Pow 6Ms 1943-M&S
Lt & Pow s f 5s 1964 M&N

Ref

m

Ref

m

65

Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser

Eastern Mass Street Ry

4 Ms 1948 A
5s 1948 B

Co—

J&J
...J&J
O-M&S 15

Ref 6s series D 1948

110

126

Ref 6s series E 1948

105

Eastern Michigan Rys—
1st mtge coll tr 7s 1958

104 %
107%

23%

107M

96
32

26 %

Consolidated Water of Utica—
90 M

92 M

.

,

104

94

90M

Negotiability impaired by maturity, t

103" ~
86
91

97 M
97 M

53 M

55

74

Lt & Power—
5Ms series A 1951
M&S
5s series B 1953..J&J
Eastern Shore Pub Service Co—
1st m 5Ms 1947ser A
M&S
1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N

'56-J&D

7M

109 M
107 M
107 M
92

102M

99%

70

1942—M&N
Power—

104
103

1st &ref 4Ms 1953.
M&S
Power Corp—

103 %

104

Canal—

Green Mountain

102%

A&O
Col tr 5s 1952 series B
A&O
Gulf Coast Water 1st 5s '48.F&A
Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968
A&O
Col tr 5s 1952 series A

104

101

103

104 M

91M
105M

97

A&O

1st mtge 6s 1945—

103

102

1st mtge 58 1948
F&A
Greenwich Wat & Gas System—

1st M & ref 48 ser C 1966-

105M

-A&O

98
106

106

A&O

109

op'12 J&J
105
Gen&ref 5s June 15'77 A J&D15
108M
5Ms June 15, 1977 ser B.J&J
110
5s secured conv notea 1938 J&J
Hamburg (Germany) Elec Co—
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935
M&N f 27%
Hamburg (Germany) Elev Undergound & St Rys 5Ms'38..J&D f
69M
Hamilton Gas 6 Ms A w w'37 J&D

Hackensack Wat 4s'52

106

iii*
29 M

71

Bonds

5Ms (Sept'31 coup on)'51-M&S
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52 M&S

/

107

108 M

104

Ry—See P hi[ R T

—_J&J
1st 5 Ms series B 1955
A&O
Houston Elec 1st 6s B 1950.J&D
Houston Gas Securs 5s 1952.M&S
1st 6s series A 1943

Houston Gulf Gas—

103"

>|

■'

1943 with war..A&O

93 M

92%
99%

99

105
10154

26
26

91M

Riv [Public Serv
Eliz & Trenton RR J
Corp
Eliz

101

96M
106
96

&

Raritan

Elmira Water, Light & RR—
1st & con g 5s 1956
M&S
El Paso El Co—
1st m 5s 1950 ser A

J&J

%

107

111M

103 %

104 %

92

Called Dec. 1 at 104b Basis.

/This price includes accrued interest,

k Last sale,

jf

105

104%

■

1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A .A&O
Deb 6Ms

J:

21M
2%

Home Tel & Tel (Ft Wayne)—

108 %

v

28

Water Works—

Hest Man & Fair Pass

73 M
106

)

71

F&A

Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970—-M&N
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1952
F&A /

93 M

(N Y)—See N Y G
104 %
Electric Co of N J 1st 5s 1947 M&S
102 M
Electric Ferries 1st 7s '41.-A&O
Elec & Peoples.
See Phila R T
Electric Pow Corp (Germany)—
1st s f 6Ms 1950
M&S f 25
1st sink fund 6Ms 1953—A&O f 25
90%
Electric P & L Deb 5s 2030-F&A
Eliz Plainf & Cent J1
See

91%

107%

See Foreign

98 M

108M

98

106M

Hanover Harz

103 M
102

33"

95M

97 M

1st lien coll tr 5 Ms
Northern

86%

82

M&S

10-year 4Ms deb 1946
84 M
8.*

94 X
105%
103%

31M

Gulf States Utilities Co—

Edison El 111

104M
78M

109 %
M&N
107M
3 Ms 1965
M&N
J 107 M
1st mtge 3 Ms 1970
M&N
91%
Oontin Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A
61
Continental Pub Serv 6s *40. J&D
100M
Continental Tel & Tel 5s '53 F&A
/ 58 M
Cooper RivBri'geinc 1st 6s'58M&N
Copenhagen Telephone Co—
100
Extls f 5s Feb 15,1954.F&A 15
94 M
Copper Dist Pow 4 Ms 1956- - J&D

100 M

M&S

3 Ms 1st M s f July-P. '65-J&J
Ed E. IlUBkn)See Kings Co EL&P

Power Co—

94 %

Edison Elec Ilium of Boston—

100

— —

106

102

7

Eastern Oregon

Economy Lt & Pr (111) 5s

24 M

103 M

v

35~*

J&J

s

Green Bay & Miss

105

95M
93 %

106"

Gulf Public Service Co—
94

A&O

Adjt 6s due July 1958.

104%

—F&A

1st extended 5s 1950

105 M

—J&J /

Eastern Minn Pow 5Ms 1951

102

105

93%
121

J&D ^

f 4Ms 1956
Great Lakes Utilities Co—

104M

Fuel Assoc—

& coll tr 48 A

61M
61M

Eastern

103

103

94%
92%

J&J

'90

x w

1st & gen 6 Ms 1950
Great Lakes Power Ltd—
1st

99

99 %

102M

102%

J&J

1st M 7s 1944

100

101

102

Rapids Gas L 5s '39.F&A
Grand Rapids Ry 1st 7s '39.M&N /
Great Cons Elec Pow (Japan)—

106

102M

1

1st guar 58 '54 op

75

9.sM
East Prussia Pow 6s 1953
J&D / 22%
102%
E St L & Interurb Wat 5s '42 J&J

124-

M&N
Cons Gas—See Peoples G L & C
Consum L H & P Co (Eliz, N J)5s
1938.
..-J&D
Consumers Nat Gas 6s '44.M&N

/

A&O

Grand

71

123 M

121M
102 %
100 %
99%

103%
Georgia Power 1st 5s 1967.-M&S
Georgia Power & Light Co—
86
1st mtge 5s 1978
J&D
3
Georgia Ry & Elec—
105
Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939..J&J
Atlanta Northern Ry Co—
105

Great

A—F&A
-J&J
1944-.M&N
7s '42.A&0

109%

M&N

69 M

34"

91

122 %

1st mtge & coll 6Ms C55-A&0
General Water Wks & El Corp—
1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A. J&D

Gesfurel 6s 1953

92

100M

35
32

Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s'61 F&A
Ga-Caro Pow 1st s f 5s '52--J&J

102%

31

100
110

Bergen Co 5s *49-J&D
1954M&N

1939

1.00%
1.25%
1.50%
1.50%

99

Gen 5s No vl,

Conv deb 5 Ms

93 M

102

29

/

General Public Utilities—
1st M coll tr 6 Ms ser A'56.A&0

108 M

Serv 4s 1948

1942

b 2.25

'44 M&S

Deb 6s 1941 series B

/
/
/
f

5Ms ctfs 1937
7% 1932 ctfs of dep

mtge 6s

2.25

b

General Public Service Corp—
Conv deb 5s 1953
.—J&J

112%
108 %

J&J /

1st m 5s 1960 ser D

b 2.00

1944—J&J
1944--J&J
/
Gary Rys Co 6 Ms ser A 1945 F&A
/
Gary Street Ry 1st 5s 1937--A&O

111

Gas

East St Louis

1.50

b

5a with warrants

Gas & El of

82

91M
100

J&D
Debenturegold 6s 1941-J&D 15

Corp—
15,1945 M&S15 / 26
Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
/ 90
Duquesne Nat Gas 7s 1948
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co
102
Durham Pub Ser 7s A '49--A&O
102
Durham Trac 1st 5s 1941
M&S

1st

108M
108 M
101M

99M

81

1st lien coll 5s x-w

116M

25 M

East Jersey St Ry 5s
E. Kootenay Pow 1st

trust
trust
trust
trust

116M
108 M

20-yr s f 6 Ms 1948
A&O / 23 M
Duluth-Superior
Transit—
1st 5s 1953
M&S / 59
104M
Dumbarton B'ge 6Ms to *49-J&J

1st coll

104 M

99%

Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956

94 M

63

Wuerttemburg 1st 7s '56-J&J r
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp

'46 A&O

4%
4%

Equip
Equip
Equip
Equip

Gas Co of New Mex 6 Ms

Elec—

107 M

Consol Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper




107 %

93 M

Duquesne

103 M

J&J
6s 1945._A&O
6s 1935.-J&J

5 Ms to 1938
4Ms to 1941--F&A
4Ms to 1943--M&S
4s to 1946
M&S
Galveston-Houston Elec Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1954 opt
A&O
Gandy Bridge (Tampa) 6s '45J&D
Gary Elec & Gas Co—

98

Dominion Gas &

105

1st 4s series C 1955

Fruit Growers' Express—

88 M

104 %

m

Florida Telep 1st
Fontana Un Wat

95

60 M
60 M

Utilities Co—
99 M
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A.J&D
95
6s stamped 1943
J&D
Conv deb 6Ms 1943 A w w J&D tf 31

County Gas (N J) 5s Jan 1 ,1952.
Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948. M&N

108

93

86 M

M&S

5 Ms 1979 ser A
J&J
1st m 5 Ms 1956 ser B
J&J
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54--J&J

1st

106 M

1950

106 H
107

A&O

County Gas of Dallas 5s

79"
110

60

92%

Federated Utilities Inc—

1st lien col tr 5 Ms 1957
Florida Power Corp—

103 H

55

102M

100

1st 6Ms 1937 A with war_M&S
Dom Elec Pow 5 Ms 1955
M&S

Eastern

1937.-.F&A

mtge

1st gold 5s

103 %

Florida Public Service Co—

1st mtge 6s 1947 series A..J&J
1st mtge 5s 1950 series B-.A&O
Detroit Edison—
Gen & ref 4 Ms 1961 ser D.F&A
Gen & ref 5s ser E 1952--A&O
Gen & ref M 48 ser F 1965. A&O
Gen & ref M 3 Ms ser G '66M&S
Detroit International Bridge—
1st mtge s f 6Mb 1952
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Sf deb g 7s 1952
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Det & Pt Huron Shore Line—

Eastern Gas &

83M

F&A

1st mtge 3 Ms 1965

77
108 M
107 M
107

103""

103

Pleasant Valley

St &

103

102%

Passenger Ry 5s 1942

105

101M
105 M

102 %
k 101%

Federal Water Service Corp—
Conv deb 5 M s 1954
M&N

East Coast Utilities—

Consol Gas

1st

Federal

mtge

East Coast Pub

127M

Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)
1st & ref 4s 1981
J&D
Cons Gas (NY) deb 4 Ms '51-J&D

Consumers

105 M

26

107 M

1945.-J&J

101M
J&D
Fed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1, 1965— / 25
Federal Public Service Corp—
1st 1 6s 1947
—J&D / 56

102 M

5s 1956
M&S
Ry 1st »nc 5s Jan 1 '55
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—
1st mtge s f 6s 1953
M&N
Certificates of deposit
Convs f deb 6 Ms 1948—M&N
Certificates of deposit
1st

106

109

Consol Gas of Bait 5s 1939--J&J

-•

108 M

102 %

Des Moines

130

105M
106 M

A&O

1st 4 Ms 1958
1st M 5s 1958

107 H

105%

M&N

105 %
105 M

Consol Elec & Gas 6s 1962 .M&N

_

105("

.'-F&A

1st mtge 5b 1938
Des Moines Gas Co—

128

Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lien 5s 1962 stamped.-J&J
Consol Edison Co of N Y—
Debenture 3 Ms 1946
A&O

4M§ Apr 1954

62

78

1956-—J&J
Conn Ry & Lt 4Mb 1951..-J&J
Stamped guaranteed optional
Conn Riv Pow 3 Ms ser A'61 F&A
Connellsv Wat 5s Oct 2 '39-A&O

Gen g

104

108M

22

Debenture 6s 1954 ser B_.

109M

25"

23
107 M

/

1942_-M&S
Stamped
M&S
1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd
M&S

104

102

131

1st 5s (Internat ser)

1st conv 6s Mar

83 M

1st & coll trust 6s

6% secured notes

50

R Tr

6M8 1945 with warrants.-J&J
Dortmund Munic Util (Germany)

Connecticut Power—

6s series B 1962

108

45

Rys—1st 6s 1954

62%

114M

Federal Light & Traction—
1st 5s (Amer series) 1942.M&S

Dixie Gulf Gas Co—

Oom'wealth Water 5 Ms ser A 1947
1st M 5s 1956 ser B
P&A
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser C
F&A

Community Power & light Co—
Col M Sa 1957
M&S
Community Pub Ser 5s 1960-J&J
Community Teleph 5s Jan 1 1949
Community Water Service Co—
Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
J&D
Deb g 5Ms 1946 ser B.._M&S
Conestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950—J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn cons 4s '48 J&J
Connecticut Light & Power—r
1st & ref s f 7s '51 ser A.-M&N
1st & ref 4Mb 1956 ser O-.J&J
1st & ref 5s ser D 1962
J&J
1st & ref M 3Ms ser F '66-M&S
25-year deb 3Ms 1956---M&S
Conn Ltg & Pow 5s *39
J&J

42

40 M

/

Commonwealth Lt & Power—
>
Ref & unif 7s 1962
J&
Com'w'lth Tel (Pa) 5Ms '45 M&N
Com'w'lth Tel(wis)4sserA 1M&S

Debenture 3Ms 1956

106

Detroit City Gas Co—

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A__.J&D

Fall River Elec Lt 5s

88

12

10

105

103

105M

102 %

60

M&N

A&O /
-A&O

Erie Ltg 1st m 5s 1967
Erie & Suburban Ry5s

86

105 H

A&O /

Erie

107"

100

1946
Des Moines Elec Co—

f 6 Ms 1953 witn war

s

106M

90

Light Co—

1st lien 58

110

101M

Empire Gas & Elec and Empire
Coke jt 1st & ref 5s'41 opt.M&S
Ercole Marelli El Mfg Co (Italy)
Equit G & E Utica 5s 1942-A&O
Erie Co Electric 6s 1959
J&J

1943
A&O
Denver Tramway Terminals Co
1st M g gu 5s 1937
M&S
Derby Gas & Elec Corp—

104 %

Columbus Dela & Marlon Elec Co

101M

88

J&J

103

109

M&S

149

102 %

_

1950 ser A—J&J

103

104 M

103

1st

106.
107 %
105 M
103 M

4Mb 1969
J&J
4%s 1969
.-J&J
Delaware Vail util 6s 1952.M&N
Denv Gas & El 1st g 5s '49--M&N
1st & ref 5s 1951
M&N
Stamped as to Pa tax.
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s

104%

144

Empire Gas & Electric Co—
Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952. J&D

105

104

1st cons mtge 6s

105

1st & ref 6s (stmpd) 1937-J&J
Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power—

Delaware Power &
1st M 4Ms 1971

—

105M

Deb 5s Jan 15, 1961
J&J 15
Columbia River Longview Bridge

1948-— —

•it

'

o o CON CO

Debenture 6s (w s)

i

Empire District Elec Co—
1st & ref m 5s 1952

99

100

1st mtge g
1st mtge g

111%

M&N
A&O 15

1937

i

Darby Med & Ches Ry—See Phila
Davenport Water 5s 1961—J&J
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951--J&J
Dayton Ltg 1st 5s 1937-----M&S
Dayton Power & Light—
1st & ref M 3Ms 1960
A&O
Delaware Elec Power Co—
Deb 5 Ms 1959
J&J

105

Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—

1st & ref 5s July

i

101

*65-J&J

6 Ms stamped 1953

i

i

5s '41 _J&J

Danville Tr & Pow 1st

mmjrn mm

Light—
M&8 f 10
101M
Clinton (La* W W 1st 5s 1939F&A
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
1st s f 4s series B 1965
M&S
X
Colonial Util 5Ms June 1.1958
Colorado Cent Pow 5Ms '46-J&D
*
Colorado Power 1st 5s 53--M&N

*.

<

•

95

101

1st g 7 Ms 1949 ser B
1st g 5s 1952 ser C

'

Cleve Southw Ry &
Gen & con 5s 1954

Deb g 5s 1952
Deb g 5s 1952

i

100 M

J&J
J&J
1st gold 5Ms 1954 ser D—J&J
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951 .J&J
Danbury & Beth Gas 6s 1948 F&A

m mm m

103

Oarksbury-Columbus
Short Route Bdge 6 Ms '52-J&D f
Cleveland Elec Ilium—
Gen mtge 3 Ms July 1,

39%

38M

(Scottdale)—
A 1953
-J&J

104 %

1st mtge 4Mb ser A 1951-.J&D
Conv aeb 4Mb 1946
J&D

56

92

88

Cumberland Gas
Cumb'land T & T 5s 1937—J&J
Cumberland Valley Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1966
---J&J
General 5s 1966
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941 _ ——A&O
Dallas Pow & Lt 6s 1949.—-J&J

100

5s *36. J&D

Citizens Utilities 3% notes 1955— /
Citizens Water

103 M

102 %

1966------A&O
6s w-s 1948M&N f

1st mtge 3Ms

J&D

M&N

Deb 5 Ms 1952
Deb 5 Ms 1949

Citizens

54
93 M
5s 1951 — -J&J
98M
1st lien & ref 7Ms 1941—M&S
Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—
1st 4Mb 1956
J&D t 104 M

103

Ask

El Paso Nat Gas—

Crescent Public Service Co—
Collinc 6s B Oct 1 ,1954--J&D f

71M
72 M
75%

M&S

Cities Serv deb 5s Jan '66
Deb g 58 Apr 1958
Deb g 5s 1963
Deb 5s 1969
Conv deb 5s 1950

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

n Nominal.

%

f

76

PUBLIC

UTILITY

BONDS

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

Bid

Ask

Houston Lt & Pow 1st 5s *53 M&S

104

1st lien & ref4%s'78ser D M&N
1st lien & ref 4%s'81 ser E J&D

104%

102

103

104

Houston Natural Gas Oorp—
1st

coll 6s '43 with warr.J&D
Hudson Co Gas 5s g 1949--M&N

Hunt'g'n Wat 1st

%

103

Bonds

104%

103

m

123%

M 6s '54A M&S
1st M 5s 1954 ser B
M&S
1st 5s ser O 1962
A&O

98M

99 %

103 %
107 M

1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B

III

107

P&A

Illinois Bell Tel 3%s B '70—A&O
Illinois Commercial Telep—
1st 5s series A 1948
M&S

103

80%

Illinois Northern Utilities Co—
1st & ref 5s 19 57 opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp—
1st & ref 6s 1953 series A-.A&O
1st & ref 5%s 1954ser B__J&D
1st & ref 5s 1956ser C
J&D

5%s 1957
Illinois Water Service Co—

106%

105%
105%
103%
96%

M&S

1st mtge 5s 1952 series A
102
J&J
Indiana Assoc Telegraph—
1st mtge 4Mb ser B 1965—A&O
106%
Indiana Central Telep Co—
1st lien coll 5Ms 1938
M&N / 74
Indiana Electric Corp—
1st M 6s 1947 series A—-M&N
101%
1st M 6%s 1953 series B--F&A
104%
1st M 5s 1951 series O
M&S
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946-J& J
Indiana General Service—

106%

J&J

106%

1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A
M&N
Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957—P&A

95%
109%
105%

Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—

1st & ref 5s 1955
M&S
Indiana Pr 1st 7 Ms '41 A .M&N
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s '43
J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
1st & ref M 5s Jan
1st 1 & ref 5s 1963

120

106

105%
103%
96%

80

F&A / 79%
Indiana & S W Gas & Util—
6% conv notes 1940
J&D / 16
Indiana Telep 5s A (ws) I960.J&J
127
Indianapolis Columbus & South¬
ern Traction 1st 6s 1948--P&A
78
84
Indianapolis Gas 5s 1952
A&O
Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&J
105%
72
Indianapolis Ry 5s, 1967
J&J

107%
75%
102
105
96

108
96
111

107%

81

80
17

80

85%
105%
74

Indianapolis Water—
1st mtge 3 Ms 1966
1st & ref g Afts 1940 opt
1st lien & ref 5s 1960

104%

J&J

J&J

V

105

105%

2105

J&D
J&J

•

P&A

Certificates of deposit

*

Sinking fund deb 7s 1938.F&A
Inland Pow & L

drV 100
74
74
IV 34

f 6s '36 A.M&S

27

Colltrsf 6s 1941 ser B—.M&N
Coll tr 68 1957 ser O
A&O
Deb s f 7s 1935
J&D

24

s

Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948

26

96

A&O

6% notes 1932
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 7% note 1932

f
f

95%
94%

A&O t/ 50
f 45%

M&S t
f

Certificates of deposit

94
92%

Intercontinents Power Co—
Debs A 6s 1948-

J&D /

Conv deb 6s 1944

A&O

w w

Deb 6s 1957

M&S

Debentures 6s 1955
J&J
International Power Sec Corp—
6M% sec bonds 1955ser C J&D
Sec 7s 1957 ser E.
Sec 7s 1952 ser F

26

96%

66

97

Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938. J&J

91

93

99

Internat Ry ref 5s '62 op_M&N

F&A

A&O
Interstate Tel & Tel 5 Ms 1953J&J
Interstate Wat 6s ser A 1940-F&A
Investors Telephone 3s 1961
Iowa Electric Co—
1st 4s

ser

A

1961

J&J

Iowa El Lt & Pr 7s

ser O '42.F&A
1st mtge 4s ser E 1955
J&D

Iowa-Ill
Telep 2-5%s 1949—A&O
Iowa-Nebraska Lt & Power—
1st lien & ref 5s '57 ser A.-M&N
1st I & ref 5s 1961 ser B...M&S

Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4 Ms 1958 M&S
Iowa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957--J&D
Deb 5s 1968
M&S
1st mtge 5 Ms 1959
M&S
Debenture 6s 1960
M&N

78%

•

66

76%
X7

79%

71

73%

67

68

89

91

Kansas City Gas 1st 5s
1st 6s series A 1942

90%
84%
%
102%
98%

104
91%
85

119%
105%

103

105%
106%
98

104%
102%

115

M&S '

Kansas

Pow

1st

5s

1947—M&S




52

102%
104%

102%

122%

101%
103

•.

110%

90"

_

Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 6%s Sept '48 ser D M&S
1st M 5Ms 1955 ser F
A&O
F&A
1st M 5s 1961 series G
5s series H 1961
F&A

19%

100

106

107

100%

101

97

97%

97
.

F&A

96

F&A
M&S
M&N

107

Kewaaiee (111) Pub Ser 6s A '49 J&J
Key West Electric 5s 1956—F&A
Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978.
M&N

97%

98

1st M 5s 1969 ser I
1st 7s series J 1957
1st 6s series K 1957
Keokuk Elec 6s 1945-.

1st & ref 5 Ms 1955 ser
1st 1 & ref 6s 1951

ser

96%
109

104%

107"

105

68
97

120
106

105%
104%
106%
99"
105
104

f 7s 1948
-M&N / 24
Luzerne Co (Pa) Gas & Elec—
1st ref&imp g 5s'48 op'13 A&O
107
1st & ref 6s 1954
M&S
106%

Debenture 7s 1944

J&J

92

Macon Ry & Light 1st 5s '53_ J&J
Madison Co (111) Light & Power—
1st g 5s 1936
J&D
Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1936--M&N
Malone (N Y ) L & P 5%s'56.J&J

25%

109

Manchester Terminal 6%s

100%
t

103

59
13
56%
53
30

/
/
f
/

Manila Elec RR & Ltg Oorp—
1st lien & colltr 5s '53
M&S
Manila Gas Co—

92%

1st lien coll tr 5%s 1937..A&O
Manitoba Power Co Ltd—
1st M s f 5%s '51 ser A
J&J /
1st M s f 5%s 1952 ser B..J&J /
Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Cos

15-year

s

f 7s 1941

.....

7

f

;

1941. /

Gen s f 7s ww 1941
A&O
Manhattan Ry con 4s g '90.-A&O
Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of dep.
2d gold 4s 2013
J&D

93%
93

60"".
16
57

54%

34%
....

82

88%
88

89

24%

J&D f

84

27

89

Maritime Tel & Tel—
Ref & gen 5s ser A

1956—J&J

105

107

Ref & gen 6-4 %s ser B 1966 J&J
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T
Market St Ry (San Francisco)—

112

114

s

f 7s 1940

A Jan

ser

102%

102%

100

J&J

Mass Utilities Associates—
S f deb 5s 1949 ser A

102

A&O

104

102

Massillon El & Gas 1st 5s '56. J&J

103

Maysville P Serv 5%s A 1942A&O

96

161

163"

McGavock & Mt Vernon Horse
RR 1st 6s 1937
J&J

107%

107%

102%

Memphis Power & Light Co—

103%

1st & ref 5s 1948

115%

118%
91%
96%

118%
93%
98

32
1%
101%
70%
69%

34
3

100%
70%
70

70

70%

69

75

Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941.-J&D
Lincoln Pub Serv 5s 1939—J&J
Little Rock Ry & El 6s *38- — A&O
Lockhart Power 4%s 1955—J&D

Lockport L H & P 5 %s A'54M&N
Lombard Elec Co (Italy)—
1st extl 7s 1952
J&D
Lone Star Gas s f 5s 1942..M&N

106

101%

3-5s series A 1945

70

3-5s series B 1945

42

...

45"

Meridionale Electric Co—

A&O

71
109

1st M 4s 1971

A

ser

ser

M&N

E

107

1st mtge 4s ser G 1965—M&N
Metrop Edison Corp 6s '61-M&S

108%
95

Metro Wat Sewer—See Fgn bds
Metropolitan West Side "L"—
1st gold 4s 1938—
F&A 17 14
Certificates of deposit
/
14
Exten gold 4s 1938
J&J /
14
Certificates of deposit
/
13
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s '42. J&J
41
Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s *40 s f
F&A
41%
f
Miami Bridge income deb 6s 1952 /

73

109%
107%
108%
100

16
15

15

14%

50

45

Michigan Associated Telep Co—
1st M 5s 1961—

—-A&O

Mich Fuel & Lt 6s A 1950---J&D

f

101%
52%

104%

Michigan Gas & Elec Co—
M&S

1st & ref 6s 1943

102"

-...

1st M 5s 1956.

J&D

100%
96%

Michigan Public Service Co—
1st g 5s 1947 ser A
A&O
Middle States Telep 6s A '47.J&J
Middlesex & Boston St Ry—
1st and ref mtge 5%s 1942. J&J

188

97%

98

98

99

_

110%
e

Ill

105

Middlesex Elec Lt Pow 5s '55 J&J

Middlesex Water 5%s 1957.A&O

98

122%
106%

Middlesex & Somerset Trac—

83%
61%

/

84%
62%

5s

1950

-J&J

84

Middle Western Tel 6s 1943.J&J
Conv deb 6s 1939
M&N

85

§§*

1st & ref 5s 1961
1st M 5s 1971

f

ser

B

J&D
J&J

loi"

103"

Milwaukee Gas Light Co—
1st M 4%s 1967.
M&S
Minneapolis Gas Light Co—

101%
103%
100%

102%
104%

89%

90%

1st mtge 4s 1950
AJ&T)
Minnesota Nor Pr jt 6s 1944 A&O
Minnesota Power & Light Co—
1st & ref 5s 1955
J&D

84
108

86

1st & ref 4%s 1978

'
*•»

49

56"

104%
101%

105%
105%

106%

106%

106%

107

100

100%
106%

M&N

106%
102%

M&S

90%

91

98%

98%

102%

Mississippi Power Co—

106%

107%

105

106

101
104

105

66

68

102%

1st & ref 5s 1955

Mississippi Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957

J&D

Mississippi River Fuel Corp—
1st

s

r os

1944

ex-warr

F&A

105

10)%
72

'

88

35

/
Midland Util deb 6s 1938—-M&S
/
Milwaukee Elec Ry & Light—

Lexington (Ky) Tel—

J&J

105
100

Mexican Utilities 7s 1939—A&O

2

81

T&L

Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952..F&A
Lexington Wat ref 5%s 1940.F&A
LexingtonWat PowColst5s'68J&J

A_.^.J&J

ser

Metropolitan Edison Co—
1st M 4%s 1968 ser D—-M&S

105

Ref & impt g 5s 1960
J&D
5s series B Dec 1, 1935—M&S

M&S

98"

Memphis Street Ry—

1st sf 7s 1957

J&L

1, 1953

105%

1st & ref 4%8 1978 ser C..A&0

112

—J&D

,;

119%

102

Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A
-F&A
Lehigh Telep 5s ser A 1949--J&J
Lehigh Valley Transit—
1st M g 4s Dec 1935 opt--M&S

Conv deb 5 Ms 1953

98

101

1st and ref mtge 6s 1950.-J&J V 104
Lake Superior Dist Pow—
1st M & ref 5s 1956
J&D d 103
1st mtge 3%s ser A 1966--A&O
101%
Lancaster Co Ry & Lt 5s 1951 J&J
115
Lawrence (Mass) Gas & Elec—
1st M 4%s 1940 ser B
F&A
103

1944

93%

96

A—J&D

Laclede Gas Lt 5s 1939
A&O
1st M coll tr 5 %s *53 ser C F&A
1st col&ref 5%8l960 ser D F&A
6s coll notes ser A 1942—F&A

w w

107%
"

so %

s

105

Works—

iNOll-CUin lliC *±S jLXUV

80%

106%

B—A&O

KingsCoElev—See Bklyn-Queens
Kings Co Gas & 111 1st 5s *40 A&O
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54--J&J
1st ref 6%s 1954
J&J
Kingsh'way Bdge 6%s '62._A&O

1st extend 5s 1945—

96

1st s f g 6 %s 1944F&A r
Lower St Lawrence Power—
1st s f 5s ser A 1955
A&O
7s 1947

Maryland Light & Power—
1st M 5%s 1950 ser A

104%

Purch money 6s g 1997--A&O
Edison El 111 Blkyn 4s '39.J&J

1945—

120

102

1st

78

Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s '37-A&O

Water

106

105%

MacLaren-Que Pow 5%s Febl'61
5%s series B 1964
M&S

„

Long Beach Gas 1st 5s '56--J&D

.^irSnT!2?2i?

6%

sV

109%
Kentucky El Pr 6s A 1951—J&J f 40%
1st s f 6s 1960
J&J / 85
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
1st 6%s 1942 with warr—J&D f
18%
Kentucky-Ohio Gas 2s
1958 f 33
Kentucky Power & Light Co—
1st m 5%s 1948 ser B
98
M&S
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
1st & ref gu 5s '51 opt '14 F&A f
95
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949-J&D
108%
_

105%
105%

M&S

Louisv Ry cons ext
5%s 1940J&J
2d 4%s 1940
M&S
General 5s 1950
F&A
Lowell Gas Light—
1st mtge 4%s ser A 1966-M&S

1st M

Kansas Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 4%s 1965
M&N
_

92%
90

LUneburg Pow L & W W(Germ'y)

120%
104%
102%

2

Kansas Gas & Electric—
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A„M&S
1st mtge 4%s 1980
J&D

Lewiston Gas Lt 3%s C '56.A&O
Lex (Ky) Ry—See Ky Tr & Term

63

104%

F&A

Ry 1st 5s 1941

1st M 6s
96

103

T
G"rrr«*l''T,r' T^W 6%s '46
Lewis & Clark Bridge—

104

103

66%

105"

104%
23

'46--F&A

Kan City Pub Serv 3s 1951 ._J&J
Kansas Elec Pow 6s 1937—J&D
1st M 5s 1951
J&D

1st & ref M 3%s 1966

Louisv Ltg 5s '58 unstmpd__A&0

105%
106%

86

84%

Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—

Kanawha Yal Tr 1st M 5s '46 J&J f

1st extend 4s

103

104%
106%

/

/45
73

38
2

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Corp—■
1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B
F&A
1st M 4%s 1961 ser C—J&D
Jer City Hob & Pat—See P S Corp
Johnstown Traction 4s Dec '31'62
Cons mtge 3s B Dec 31 1962
Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957
M&S

f g 5s 1940

Louisville Gas & Elec Co
(Ky)—
„

tH o

Lake ShGas 1st 5 Ms 1950—M&N
Lake Shore Power Co—

100

64

86

106%

1st & ref 5%s ser B 1949. .M&S
102
1st & ref 6s ser C 1952—M&N
103
Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s '33 J&J /
4
Gen gold 5s Feb 1, 1933..F&A

70

73%

J&D
(NY)Telep 5s 1954 J&D

s

Louisiana Pow & Light Co—
1st mtge 5s 1957
...J&D

103

77
74

1st M 5s 1961.

87

Income deb 6s ser A 1952 M&N /
7
Jamaica Water Supply Co—
1st gold 5 Ms series A 1955-J&J
105%
James River Bridge Corp—
1st sink fund 6%s 1958—J&J
co

Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946-A&O

68

Interstate Rys 4s 1943
Interstate Telep Co—

83

53

98"

100%

105%

Angeles Railway Corp—

1st & ref

102%

70

1st & ref 6 Ms 1949 ser B-„J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D
1st & ref 4Ms '58 ser F—.M&S

J&D

53%

Los Angeles Ry 5s 1938.-A&O
Los Ang Trac 1st cons 5s '38.J&D

101%

6s coll notes ser B 1942—F&A
La Crosse Telep 5%s 1948..J&J

73

-

Los

1st 5s ser A 1958

65%
9«%

P&A

International Telep & Teleg—
Deb g 4 Ms 1952
J&J
Conv deb 4%rs 1939
J&J
Deb 5s 1955
F&A
Int-State Bridge 4-6 Ms '50 M&N
Interstate Gas & El 6s 1951—J&D
Interstate Power 1st 5s '57
J&J
Deb gold 6s 1952J&J
Interstate P S (Ark) 6s 1940 M&S
Interstate Pub Serv Co—

106%

72

Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RK
1st 5s 1951
F&A /
Debentures 6s
1948
F&A f

J&J15

_

H rt o o

56

50%
49%
95

106%
105%

106%

mtge 4s 1970.—A&O
Los Ang Pac Co—See Pac El
Ry
Los Ang & Pac RR-See Pac El
Ky
gen

70

Knoxville Trac 1st 5s 1938.-A&0

93%

Ask

106

53

ser

Kokomo

14%

International Railway (Buffalo)-

1st &

96
95

13%

International Hydro-Elec System
Internat'lPow Ltd 6Ms 1957M&S

28%

7%

Interborough Rapid Transit—
1st & ref g 5s *66 op tax-ex.J&J
Certificates of deposit

66

Keystone Telephone Co—

Indianapolis W W Sec Co—
Secured 5s 1958
Inland Gas 6 Ms 1938

63

Oonv deb g 5%s '52 ser A. A&O
Long Island Water 5 Ms '55 M&N
Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958
J&D
Los Angeles Gas & Elec
Oorp—

100

Kansas City Clay Co & St Joseph

103%

100

1,1950-J&J

99

—

IV 93

1st M 5s 1948

103
107

Deb gs 7s 1943

103%
102

f 5%s 1953

Bid

A..M&S

s

Jamest'n

Community Tel 6s 1949--J&J

5 f deb

120%
100%
104%
109

109M

M&S

'503

Jacksonv (Fla) Gas—
5s stamped 1942

103

105
119

J&J

102%
106%

Deb 6s 1950 ser A
M&N
Isarco Hydro-Elec Co (Italy)—
1st M s f 7s 1952....
M&N

25-yr

101%

A&O

4Ms 1938
Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947

Bonds

Long Island Lighting-

Italian Superpower Corp-—
Deb 6s 63 (without warr)_J&J
Jackson Gas 1st 5s 1937
A&O

104M
*110

J&J

1st & ref 5%s July 1

Ask

Island Gas & Electric—

102

Hydraulic Power of Niag Fallslst & refunding 5s 1950—-J&J
Hydro El Bond & Sh 5s 1957M&N
Hydro El Corp (Va) 5s 1958-J&D
Hydro El Pow Comm 3%s'43J&J
4 Ms due Jan 1. 1970
Deb 3 %s-5s 1952

10^

Bid

Iowa Southern Utilities—
1st & ref 5%s 1950

.

Mississippi River Pow 5s '51-J&J
Deb 5s May I. 1947
M&N

75

Miss Val Pub Ser 1st 5s '54. J&D

CaUedliecflat',0^VcUS'VA1

" 105' '

r-4

o co <ot^e"5

107%
108%

and income and defaulted bonds
month preceding the date of Issue

bond price* are "and interest" except where marked "f"
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

NOTICE—All

Bid

Bonds

95

J& J /

1st & ref 5s ser B 1957

Missouri Power & Light—
1st M 524s 1955 ser A

77M

9324

5s '37—J&D

53

M&S

'44—J&J

117

91"
62

105M
104 M
101

5024
10234

85

10524
10434
10124

51

10324

8624

85

97%
98 M

J&J
1st M 6s 1938 series B
J&J
Muncie Wat Works 5s 1965.M&N
1st & ref 5s 1938/-

23

10324
10024
100

105

Municipal Serv coll 6s 1956.F&A /

73

76"

Mut Fuel Gas-See Peoples GL&C
Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel

J&D

105

10624

1st mtge 3 Mb 1966
J&J
Nashville Gas & Heating Co—
10124
1st M gold 5s 1936 guar—M&N
5s 1937 (not guar)
M&N / 88
Nashville Railway & Light—

10724
98 M

5s 1953 opt 1908
J&J
Ref & ext gold 5s 1958—
J&J
Nassau El RR—See Bklyn Queens
Nassau & Suff Ltge 5s 1945.-F&A
Cons g

105

Nat Elec Pow Co deb 5s 1978 J&J /
Nat Gas & El Corp 5s 1953.F&A

Nev Calif Elec 1st 5s 1956-— A&O
6s July

1941
J&J
New Amsterdam Gas—See N Y
G E L H & P

Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944--Q-J
Newark Cons Gas con 5s *48-J&D
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Co—
1st mtge 5s 1937
M&S
New Brunswick (NJ) Lt H & Pow
lfi

1Q3Q

Newcastle (Cityof)"W 5s4"l"J&D
New England Q & E Association
Deb g 5s 1947
Conv deb 5s 1948

M&S

J&D
M&N
Convertible deb 5s 1962.-.J&J

Conv deb 5s 1950

New Engl Pow Assn 5s 1948.A&0
Deb 524s 1954

J&D
New Eng Power 1st 5s 1951 .J&J
1st mtge 3 Ms ser A 1961 .M&N
New England Tel & Tel—
1st 5s 1952 series A
J&D
1st 424s 1961 ser B_
M&N
Newfoundland Light & Power—
5 Ms 1971
J&J
1st 8 f 4 Mb 1956
J&J
New Haven Water—
1st & ref 4Mb A 1957
J&D
1st & ref 4Mb B 1970.-—.A&O
1st & ref 4Mb C 1981

M&S

4MB 1983
M&N
N J & Hud Riv Ry & Ferry—
1st gold 4s 1950
M&S
N J Pow & Lt 1st 4Mb *60--A&O

New Jersey Water Co—
1st mtge 5s 1950
F&A
New Mexico Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958
J&J
New Orleans City & Lake—
I
1st sf 5s 1943
J&J
New Orleans City RR 5s 1943

1957

ser

93

Nor Amer Gas & El 6s 1944
North Amer Light & Power Co—
S f deb

10024
10524
424

104

f

60

6024
61

12
107
124
98 >4
100

102

9234

A

12d

1st

12334
9324

58

gold

9624

10524
103%

9624
9924

104

124

10524

1st & ref 5s

Coll tr

s

Northern

106

107

11524

11634

10724
97

9724

52
107 M

10824
10524
10624
104 M

Pac Ltg Corp

103 M

102"

105

10524

105

105M

108

104 M
1U424
10824

105 M

106

10324

10424

2824

29 M

75

76

4324

45

71

73

43

46

103M
10424

Northwest

Louisiana Gas-1st M 624s 1936 with warr.J&D
Northwestern Electric—
Elevated

9524

(Chic)—

M&S /
1

Union El (Loop) 5s g '45—A&O
1
Certificates of deposit

105
104

10424

10024
9924

101

93
5s stamped 1942
90
Inc 6s Nov 1949 ser A
J&D f
Newport & Fall River St Ry—
105
4Mb 1954
J&J
10324
Newport Gas Lt 5s A 1961--J&D
Newp News & Hamp Ry G & E—
10624
1st & ref 58 1944
J&J
Newp News & Old Pt Ry & El
106
1st g 5s Nov 1 1938
M&N
9924
Newport Water 5s 1953
9424
New Rochelle Wat 524s '51 .M&N
93
1st 5s series B 1951--.
M&N
104
N*Y Cent Elec 1st 524s '50.M&S
101
1st 5s 1952
J&J

1st & ref 5s 1952 series

A—A&O

1st & ref 5s 1955 series B—J&D

100

11524
10524

118

108

104

106

M&S /

1950

Pacific Teleph & Telegraph—
1st & coll tr s f g 5s 1937--J&J
Ref mtge 3_Ms ser B 1966- _A&0

A&O

Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952

33

35

8824

8824

10024
10124
10124

10024

10424
103

5s 1937Paterson

&

Passaic

Gas

*_J&D
& Elec

consol gold 5s 1949.
M&S
Paterson & State Line Traction—

5s

J&J
Serv Corp
Valley Power & Light Co

1964

96

122 %
104

Northwestern Light & Power 6s
Series B 1950.
F&A
Northwestern Power Co Ltd1st M s f conv 6s '60 ser A_J&J /
/
Certificates of deposit

Pecos

1st extended 624s 1950.-M&N
Non-cum inc deb 6s 1950-M&N

Light & Power Co—
1st & ref 434s 1977..
M&N

17M
16M

1534

24 24

21 /

23

88

89

78
78

5s

M&N

1979

Penn-Jersey Water—
1st coll 5 Ms 1960

10524

16M

93
45

Penn Central

79

Penn-Ohio

Edison

-F&A

Penn Pub S 1st 6s ser C

'47-M&N

1st & ref 5s series D 1954-J&D

Co.

Electric

1st & ref 4s 1971
1st & ref 5s

ser

10424
106 m
9824

Co—

Deb g 68 1950 ser A ex-w.M&N
Deb 524s 1959 ser B
F&A

Pennsylvania

95

New Orleans Pub Service Co—

120M
11024

Serv—

Pacific Power & Light Co—
1st M 5s 1955-F&A

1st

105

M&N

5s 1941 opt
Certificates of deposit

9724

12024
11024
10724
10324

Paterson Ry—See Pub

75

1st mtge

'■

90

Passaic & Newark El Traction—

73
107

Northwestern

68

9524

H '61-J&D

Pub

89

3

deb 424s 1945-A&O

Conv deb 6s

10324

105

100

ser

107 M

8924

1st &ref M 4sser G 1964—J&D

1st & ref M 3 Ms

83

103 M

67

1st & ref M 68 1941 ser B-J&D

Pacific Northwest

102 H

106
88

J&J

5s 1942

mmrnm

104

Refunding 5s 1961
M&S
Los Angeles Pacific Co—
1st ref g 4s 1950 opt '15—J&J
Los Angeles Pacific RR—
1st & ref mtge 5s 1943-M&S

118

117

103

Pacific Elec Ry g

1st & ref M 3248 ser 11966.J&D
Pacific Light & Power Corp—
Pac L & P Co 1st 5s 1942-J&J

122

117

10124

81

10324

Istsf 5s 1952
-M&S
Pacific Coast Power 5s 1940-M&S

——

114M

101M

J&J

1st mtge 4s 1961

6924

105

J&D

s

104

116

1945

5s

f 534s 1970
A&O
Otter Tail Power Co (Minn)—

10624

f g 5s 1940 opt..-J&J /
Utilities Co—

stamped

69

Ottawa Trac 1st 524s July'55
Ottawa Valley Power Co—

103 to

!

116

6s

91

68

A&O

Ottawa L H & Power—

96

68"
79

69

'

9324

88

10

1st M

10024

78 M

Bluffs Ry & Br

9424

9524

10534

i

1st lien 4-68 1968
M&N
8 f reg income 3-6 24s May 1 *69 f
N'west Cities Gas 6s 1949
J&J

1st

s

,9924

92
102 24
66

_

& Coun
f 6s 1947

Pacific Gas & El ref 5s 1942—J&J

Refunding 4 Ms 1961
A&O
—J&D
524% notes 1940
Northern Texas Elec Co—

100

93

F&A

A

1st cum income 5s 1937
J&J
Omaha & Council Bluffs St Ry—

105

A&O
A&O
M&N

1964

ser

1937
J&J / 68
11624
Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13-F&A
Ontario Transmission Co Ltd—
11224
1st gu g 5s '45 opt bef '16_M&N
Orange & Pas Val R—See PS Corp
/ 3124
Oregon Elec Ry 5s '33 opt-_M&N
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—
96
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&D
Oslo Gas & El Works (Norway)—
10024
Extl sink fund 5s 1963
M&S

96 M

Northern Okla Gas 1st 5s '46.J&J
Northern Penna Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1962
A&O
Northern States Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1941

99

100M

1st 5s series B 1949
Okla Pow Holdings 5Ms

1 st

10524

102

10324

M&N

Omaha

—

10424

F&A

V

1951-M&N

Conv deb 5s 1946^

10624

108

A—.M&N
B—.M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1943 O—.M&N
1st lien & ref 524s ser D '49J&D
1st lien & ref 5s 1955 ser E.J&D
Watertown L & P 5s 1959.J&J

127

1940—M&S

Debenture gold 6s

ioi"
104

Oklahoma Natural Gas—

Ozark Power & Water Co—

1st & ref M 4 24s 1970 ser E J&D
Northern N Y Utilities Inc—
1st M & ref 5s 1963
.J&J

1st & ref 68 1941 ser B

12624
12324

9924
10324
10124

—M&S

1950

LF&A
'43._J&J
Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s '41 J&J
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 '51

87

10624

1st lien & ref 7s 1946

76

5s

M

10724
10824

105

1

80

108"

Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A_ A&O

1st lien & ref 6s 1947

7824
78%
78 24

75"

6624

Public Service—
Gen'l loan & coll 524s 1961. J&- /

North Ind Gas & El 6s '52--M&N
Northern Ind Pub Serv—
1st & ref 5s 1966 ser C
M&N
1st & ref 5s 1969 ser D
M&S

1st

1st M 5s 1948

7

F&A

1937 opt

106""

9224

M&S

1947

113

9924

78 24

-

1st mtge 424s ser A

73

/

113M

40

'46J&D

1st M 5s 1948 serB_

98 M

Northeastern

9834

104 M
103

77%
7824
77 24

110

9524

North Shore Electric Co—
1st & ref g 58 *40 op '20
A&O
North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—

108

12324
12224

10824
107 24
10724

1924

>

105

Oklahoma Gas & Electric—

105

/

99M

105"

10924

Ohio Valley Gas Corp—
1st 624s 1943 (with warr)„J&J

13

10424
10624

/

North Penn Gas Co—
1st M & lien 524s 1957—.M&N
North Shore Coke & Chemical—

9334

M&S
1961 M&N

724s 1938

108

10524
10524

D

Ohio Val Elec Ry 1st M 5s

94
106

109

Ohio Valley Water 5s 1954—J&J
Ohio Water Serv 5s A 1958. F&A

104 M

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938-A&O

97

ser

1st & ref 524s ser E

104 M
106

1st coll & ref 524s '48 ser A.J&J
North Hudson Lt H & P Co—

98

11?*

Ohio River Bridge & Ferry 5s .'42 „
Ohio Term (Cleve) 6s 194/_-J&D /

13

105M

North Central Gas 524s 1955 A&O
North Continent Utilities Corp—

100

59

1st & ref 5s 1954

M
10524
10624
11124

Income

North Carolina Gas 6s 1948

97

J&J
D-J&D

Ohio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B

hf4T ser B
F&A
1st & ref 6s 19S3 series O-M&S

71

J&J

524s 1956

-

1 st & ref 7s

86

A—M&S

Deb 524s 1963 ser B..-F&A15
Deb 5s Nov 15 '69 ser C M&N15

6s

Nat Toll Bridge 6s stmp '39-J&J
Nebraska Pow 1st 4Mb 1981-J&D
Deb 6s 2022
M&S

rw«

Conv deb 5s

97

9224

Debenture gold 5s 1978--F&A /
1
Certificates of deposit

Af.

10724

QQ

Oklahoma Power & Water

F&A

1961

104

100

10524
10724
98 M
10624
10424
10424
11924

Deb g 6s 2024
J&D
Ohio Public Sorvice Co—
1st M & ref 7 Me '46 ser A. A&O

103

11024
10424

99

A-J&J
F&A
1965—M&N
Pow 1st M 5s '57 J&D

1 st & ref 424s 1956 ser

102

North American Edison Co—

102

M&N

61

i03

J&J
'47—F&A

95

Nat Lt Heat & Pow 7s 1938-M&S
Nat Lt & Pow 6s 1949
M&N
Nat Pow & L deb 6s 2026 A.F&A
Deb 5s 2030 ser B
Nat Public Service Corp—

434

10434

See N Y Gas Elec Lt & Pow
Niagara Falls Power—
5s series A 1959
J&J X 10524
10824
1st & ref 334s 1966
M&S
Niagara Lockport & Ont Power—
10624
1st & ref 58 1955 ser A
A&O
Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)

5s

93

10424
24 M

103

Ohio L & Pow 1st 5s 1944.-M&N

10424
4Mb 1960
10624
1st M 524s 1962
11024
1st M 6s 1952
J&J
New York State Rys—
1st con g 4Mb '62 op '13—M&N
/
12 M
Certificates of deposit
1st con 624s 1962
M&N
*
Certificates of deposit
108
N Y Steam 6s 1947-—
M&N
10624
1st M 5s 1951
M&N
106 M
1st M 5s 1956
M&N
10924
N Y Tel 1st 4Mb *39 tax ex.M&N
N Y Water Service Corp—
97 M

Deb
e

104

1962.J&J
—J&D

Ohio Assoc Telep 6s A
1st mtge 4 24s 1966

1st M coll tr 534s '53 ser
Ohio Edison 1st 5s 1960

101M

F&A
M&S
M&S
A&O

North American Co.—

Narrangansett Elec Co—

Deb

El & Gas Corp—

1st mtge 634s 1953
Norf & Ports Bdge 624s

105

«

10324
1st M s f 5s 1958 ser A—J&D
Oberpfalz Elec 7s 1946
J&D / 22 24
Ocean City Coastal Highw Bdge—
624s w th stock 1947
J&D / 37
11024
Ogden Gas 5s 1945
M&N

Ohio Elec

M&N
N Y & Westchester Lighting—

79 M

f 20
1969
102
Mount Vernon Tel 6s 1949-.J&J
Mountain States Power Co—
Dec 15

91

J&D

A 1949

1st & consolM 4s

1st M 5s 1951 ser A

104

ser

106 M

10824

Prior lien 6s 1965 ser

1st mtge 4s 1965
1st M 4Mb 1980

1st ref 6-7s

&

oo

Ohio Cent Telep 1st 6s '47.-J&J
Ohio Cities Water Corp—

New York Rys Corp—

N Y State

J&J

A 1957

114

106

A&O

4%b 1967

56

82 M

Morgan town Water 5s 1965--J&J
Mount Hope Bridge 5s 1969_ J&D

1958

J&J

57

85

A&O

Gen & ref s f 4 Mb '55 ser C A&O
1955 ser D.A&O

5s series O

1st mtge

10224
11224

NY & Queens Elec Lt & Pow—
1st & cons M 324s 1965--M&N

83

103 H

J&J

Gen & ref 5s

8s

Deb g 5s 1954 op guar..
NY Power & Light Corp—

90

105

Gen & ref 5s 1955 series A.A&O

2d income

5s

9924

_J&J
F&A

B

12124
11724
11724
10424

117

1945
J&J
NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004—J&J

Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Consol-

ser

11724

138

10124

*18-J&J
J&D
1st & ref mtge 3 Ms 1966--J&D
Montreal Isl Pow 524s 1957 M&N

Gen &ref 5s 1955

116M
120

1948—J&J

1st

deb 1939
1st & coll s f 3 Mb 1956
Montreal Tramways—
1st & ref g 5s 1941 opt

126 M

98 M

103

J&J

conv

126 M

NY & ER Gas 1st g 5s
Con

ser

N'western Teleg 1st 424s-'44-J&J
Northwestern Utilities, Ltd—
Nova Scotia Light & Power Co—

9324

Power—

524s-624s 1944

105
104 M

104M
10424

10034s

120

Montana Power—
1st & ref s f 5s '43 op
Deb g 5s 1962 ser A

3%

N

107 24
107 M

Monongahela Light & Pow Co—
1st M 5s 1949
J&D
Monongahela Valley Water—
1st M 524s 1950 series A—J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st & gen mtge 4Mb I960-A&O
Debenture 6s 1965
A&O
Mont Cities Gas 7s A 1937—M&N
Ext 1st

1st M 5s

Co—
1st 1 & ref 324s ser D 1965. A&O
1st lien & re* 3 Ma ser E'66 A&O
Y Gas Elec LH&P Co—
1st g 5s Dec. 1 1948
J&D
Pur mon coll tr 4s 1949—F&A
Ed El 111 N Y con g 5s *95 J&J

k 10624
A—J&J
Prior lien 6s stpd 1958-.J&J
/
60~"
Ad1 income 6s Jan 1 1965.-Apr
f
40
Bleeck St & F F 1st 4s '50-J&J
/
9
Bway & 7th Ave 5s 1943
23d St Ry 5s 1962
J&J / 27 M
10824 N. Y. & Richmond Gas Co—_
107
1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A.-M&N
10724

9924

Monmouth Cons Wat 5s '56. J&D

Montana-Dakota

River Gas—See
P—

New Amster Gas 5s

9124
f 6s 1953
M&S
Missouri Telep 5s ser B 1950 M&S d 104 '
89
Mobile Bay Bridge 7s 1951 _J&J
60
2d sinking fund 7s 1951
J&J
Mobile Gas Service Corp—
85
1st 5s 1956
A&O
80
1st cum inc 9s ser A '56—A&O
52
Mob Lt & RR 1st
-

East

&

N Y G E L H &

78

9124

A__F&A f

Y

Ask

Northwestern Pub Serv Co—

New York Edison

10624
105

s

g

73

104 M

F&A
Missouri Riv Sioux City Bdge—

Cons g 5s 1941

N

73

106

M&S

1st M 4Mb 1958ser B
M&N
Missouri Public Service Co—
First mtge 5s 1947 ser
1st s f 5s 1960

97

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

71
71

Missouri Edison 1st 524s '47 J&D
Missouri Gas & Elec 6s A '44 M&S /

1st

77

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

Dec., 1936]

ser

F

H 1962

M&N
A&O

106

10524
107

10524
101

10524

—

Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Corp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A
M&S
Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Co—
1st 1 & ref 5248 '55 ser A..M&S
1st L &Ry 5s 1958—— J-M&S

79

94
102 M

J&J

10024
101M
104 M

Pennsylvania Pow & Light Co—
1st M 424s 1981
A&O

106M

Pennsylvania State Water Corp—
1st lien 524s 1952 series A.M&S
Penn Telep 1st M 4s 1965.-A&O

10124
10624

Penn Water Co 5s 1940

91

106

Deb

6s

.J&D

1940

Penna Pow Co 1st 5s 1956

107'

—

V;

'■

'• 4

101

'

Penn Water & Pow

9524

s

f 5s *40-J&J

1st ref 424s 1968 ser

95

—

B

M&S

11124
10524

10424

>.

t Negotiability impaired by maturity
J Called
/ This price includes accrued interest. k Last sale, n




Jan. 1, 1937 at 105. a Called Jan. 1 at 100. b Basis, d Called

Nominal, y Called Feb. 1, 1937 at 103.

\'r'V

Dec. 7 at 104. e Called Dec. 1 at 105.

78

PUBLIC

UTILITY

BONDS

NOTICE—All bond

prices are "and interest" except where marked "t" 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

Bid

Bonds
Penn Wat Serv 5s

ser

Ask

A '67-F&A

101m
101m

99 m
Peoples Gas (N J) 1st 5s *08-J&D
102
lstsf 5Ks i960
J&D
Peoplos G & Fuel 6 Ms ww'37 A&O / 44
People's G L & Coke, Chicago—
121M
1st cons g 6s 1943
A&O
115m
Refunding gold 5s 1947. _M&S

*

105
46

121M
116

98 %

1st & ref 4s 1981 ser B
J&J
1st & ref mtge 4s ser D *6l -J&D
Chic G L & O 1st 5s 1937.-J&J
Consum Gas 1st g 5s '36. .J&D

99 m
101M

m
98

100M

"

117
M&N
Peoples Light & Power Corp—
1st lien 5 Ms 1941
J&J / 99
Mutual Fuel Gas g 5s' 47

J&J f

3-6s 1961

100

Peoples Telep (Butler, Pa)—

27 M

28 m

78%

Conv deb 5s 1979-.

79 m

_

100

4s I960...
J&D
Peoples Tract—8ee Phila R T
Peoples Water Service (Md)—
.

92

1st consol 4s 1948..
M&N
Prior lien 5s 1948
-—M&N
1st con 5s 1948.
—..M&N
1st & ref 5s 1950
F&A
Debenture 4s 1950

100

101

103 m
101
101

102"

Company—

,

.

75

^

106 %

J&D

Secured gold 5s 1967

109 m

Duquesne Lt 1st 3 Ms *65.J&D
Duquesne Trac 1st 5s *30.J&J
Pittsb Rys 5s 1953
A&O
2d Ave Tt 1st 5s 1934
J&D
So Trac 1st & colltr g 5s'50A&0
United Trac 5s 1997 ctfs-J&J
West End Trac con 5s *38.J&J
Phila Elect 1st 5s 1966
A&O
1st M 4s 1966.
A&O
1st lien & ref m4^s 1967 M&N
1st & ref 4s 1971
F&A
Philadelphia Elec Power Co—1st mtge 5 Ms 1972
F&A
Phila & Garretsford St Ry—
1st 5s 1955
F&A
Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
Coll tr g 5s 1957 opt s f—F&A
8 f guar 58 1962—
M&S
6s gold 1962
M&S
1st m r e 6s 1944
J&J
Darby Media & Ches St Ry
1st 4Kb 1936
---J&j
Hest Mantua & Fairm 5 Ms 39
Market Street Elev Pass Ry
1st g gu 4s 1955
M&N
.

Union

Traction—

.

.

_

109%

85

99
51

11"

51

53
53

51

50

111m
106 m

111%

106 M
104 m

106

ji

105

111%

1UM

s

98

Plain field St

Henry L H & P 1st 5s'40-F&A

Portland Elec Pow 6s 1950-M&S /
Portland (Ore) Gas & Coke—
1st & ref g 5s '40 opt '20—J&J
1st l'n & gen 4 Ms 1940—J&J
Portland (Me) Gas L 5s A'50 A&O
Portland General Elec Co—
1st & ref 4 Ms I960
M&S
1st M 5s exten to 1950-.--J&J
Portland (Me) RR 3Ms 1951-J&J
1st 1 & con m 5s 1945—M&N
Porto Rlcan Power 6s 1950-M&N
Porto Rican Rys Ltd 5s 1962M&N
Porto Rico Telep 6s 1944---J&D

Cablets '53-J&J /

Potomac Edison Co—

_

1st mtge 58 1 956 ser E—M&N
1st M 4Mb 1961 series F..A&O
Potomac El Pow—

70
103 m

HM

12M

16

,

20

78
107 %

108 M

107 m

108

15m

16m

62 M

63m
100 m

98m

Sub 1st 5s 1946-J&J
Consolidated Traction—
Camden

Extended

584938——J&D

Eliz Plainf & Cent Jersey Ry—
1st g 5s Dec 1, 1950---J&J
Eliz & Raritan Riv 5s '54.M&N
Elizabeth & Trent 5s *62 _A&0

r

-

55

103
95
108

104

30

Richmond

77%
77
104

78 %
77%
105

73 m

73 m

106

si"

79

m

96

98 m

108 M

39
109 m
107

105

100m

140m
107 m

101H
104

Roanoke

J&J

i

Co—

1950
J&J
Rochester Central Power Corp—
Deb g 5s 1953
M&S
Rochester Gas & Elec Corp—
Roanoke W W

5s

Gen mtge 4Ms 1977ser
5s series E 1962

107 m
26

106

D.M&S
M&S

Light & Pow—

95M

92"

93~

86

87 M

33""

141m

Safe Harbor Water Pow Corp—
1st mtge s f 4 Ms 1979
J&D
Saguenay Elec 5 Ms A 1953 _J&J
Saguenay Power 4 Ms A 1966 A&O
1st 4 Ms series B 1966
A&O
St Clair County (111) Gas & El—

105

110
122 M

75

«.-_

28""
105

106
96 M

107
98

105M

105

106

109

111

97

99

J&J

CO St-O''o

St Joseph Water 4s A 1966--A&O
St Louis Co Gas 1st 5s 1951-A&O

Public Service Co of N H—

1st mtge 3 Ms ser C 1960--F&A
1st mtge 3 Ms ser D '60--M&N
1st 3 Mb 1961-.—
F&A

107
107

99M

St Paul City Ry—See Twin City R

T.

M&S

J&J
Salmon Riv Pow gu 5s 1952 F&A
Salt River Val Water Users Assn
6s 1938-1943
F&A
Refunding 6s 1956
-M&N
Stewart Mt Pow 5Ms '57-A&0
San Angelo Telep 1st 5s 1958 F&A
San Antonio G & E 5s 1949.M&S
J&J
J&J

San Antonio Tr 1st 5s *49--M&S
San Diego Consol Gas & Elec—

104

1st lien & ref 5s 1960
So Texas Gas 6 Ms

100

Bay Toll Bridge—
M sink fund 6 Ms '57.M&N /

103 m
105

B.J&J
F&A

103 m
102

1938 A.-M&S

_

75

J&D
1st lien 6s x-w 1941
J&D
S'eastern Indiana Pow 6s *43 M&N
S'eastern P & L deb 6s 2025-M&S

106m

108m

1st lien 6s 1944

99

97

110

M&S

1st & ref mtge 4s 1960
Debenture 3 Ms 1940

101m

M&S
M&S
Ref mtge 3 Ms May 1,1960
Ref mtge 3 Ms ser B July 1 '60—
Debenture 3 Ms

106

1945

108m
108M

1st M 5s 1955

107

M&S
'65-F&A

1st & ref 4 Ms 1961
1st M & ref 4s Aug 1

107m

_

103 m

A...-..A&O

ser

56 m
57

±%&0

1st lien & coll 5s 1958
S f deb 6s 1958 ser A

F&A

Southern Colorado Power Co—
Gas

106%

J&J

1947 series A
Counties

Southern

(Calif)—
103 m

1st M 4Mb 1968
M&N
Southern Gas Utilities, Inc—
1st M s f 6 Ms 1939 ser A.M&S

101

Southern Natural Gas

Corp—
-J&J
Adj mtge inc Jan 1 6s *60. A&O
1st M pipeline s f 4 Ms '51 A&O
Southern Neb Pow 5 Ms B'47 J&J
South N E Telep 1st 5s 1948.J&D
1st

s

f 6s 1944

—

Union

Southern

*!$«
100
84

123m

Gas—

85 m

1st & ref 5 Ms series 11945 A&O
1 st & ref inc 5 Ms ser IT'45 A&O

50m
69

f 6s 1942—A&O

s

Soutnern United Gas Co—

100

115

115 M

111M

112M

114

Power Co—

1st M 5Ms May 1,

A&O

103

1st & ref M 3 Ms ser B '64-J&D
Southwestern Gas & Elec Co—

109

Southwestern Bell

99

98M

98M
■mm** •

112M
10oM

Telep—

105%

M&N
Ser deb 4s A 1937-1945--M&N
Southwestern Light & Pow Co—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
F&A
1 st 4s series D 1960

103
105

96 M

I960--M&S

Telep Co—

Southwestern Assoc
1st M 5s 1961

98
97 M

38
38

1st lien 6s 1937 with warr.A&O
Certificates of deposit
Southern Utah

113
106

103

1st M 5s 1957

ser

103
102 m

103 m

F&A

B

Southwestern Power &

Light—

Deb g 68 2022 series A
M&S
Southwestern Public Service Co—

95

J&J

106

110M

1st mtge 4s May 1, 1965

ser

110M

106M

107 M

Southwestern

102

103

Southwest Gas Co

1st M
1st M

Deb s f 7s 1942
M&N /
San Joaquin Lt & Power Corp—
131M
Unif & ref 6s 1952 ser B..M&S

50
4

106 M

105 M
103

106

110M
105M
Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s 1947
A&O
16
Schenectady Ry 1st 5s Mar 1, '46 f
80
Scioto Val Ry & Pr 1st 6s '43. J&D
104
Scranton Elec 5s *37 opt '12.J&J

II"
102M
106 M
111

ser

States
6s 1948

A

Telep Co—

70m

M&S

(Okla)—
90

s

Conv deb

& Power—

J&D V 110
3an Jose Water Wks 5s 1953. J&J c 105 M
1st 5s 1951.
J&J d 104
1st conv 8 f 5s 1954
F&A c 104 M
102 M
Santa Barb Tel 3 Ms ser G'66 J&J
Sauda Falls Co Ltd—
109
1st s f 5s 1955 ser A
A&O
9
Savannah & Atl Ry conv 6s 1935 /
Savannah Elec & Power Co—
101M
1st & ref 4s 1947 ser D—Q-Jan

f 68 1 945

f 6s 1954
M&N
S'weet Pub Serv 6Ms 1937--M&S
Southwest Telep 6s B 1947-M&S
1st 6s series C 1947
J&D

1st

49
2M

8

ser

A 1932

J&D

Spokane Falls & Nor 6s 1939. J&J
Spokane Gas & Fuel 5s 1944-F&A
Spg Br'k Wat 1st ref 5s '65—A&O
Spring Val Util ref 6s 1943—J&D
Springfield City Water—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1956
-A&O
Springfield (Mo) Gas & Elec Co—
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A.—J&D
Springfield (Mass) St Ry—Ref & gen 6s 1940
M&S
Springfield Terminal Ry 7s 1942
Stamford Water 1st 5s 1952—J&J
Stand Elec (Calif) 1st 5s '39.M&S

'

16m
70m
70m
13m
107
79
108
106

100M
104 m
63
65
123 m

108m

Standard Gas & Elec of Delware

18"
92 M
104 M

6% g notes 1935A&O
Certificates of deposit-_
Debenture 6s 1951
F&A
Debenture 6s 1960
J&D
6% conv notes 1935
J&J
Certificates of deposit-.

86
86
83 m

§3M
§6
86

impaired by maturity
aCaHed Dec. 22 at 105.
b Basis,
c Called Jan. 1, 1937 at 104.
d Called Jan. 1, 1937 at 103 M- « Called
1, 1937 at 104M.
* Called Jan. I, 1937 at 100. /This price includes accrued interest, k Last sale, n Nominal, x Called Jan.
22, 1937 at 103.
Called Dec. 1 at 110.

Jan.
y

84 m

;

J&J

Southeastern Gas & Water Co—

10-year coll

*

107 %

M&N

South Carolina Power Co—
1st lien & ref 5s 1957

Southern Trac—See Phila Co

102 %
103

St Paul Gas Light—

1st & ref M 5s ser F 1955-M&S
Savannah Elec Co 5s g '52-J&J

99

Southern Cities Utilities Go—

104 M

^

81

103m

102m
Shenango Val Water 5s 1956 A&O
101
1st mtge 4s ser B 1961—A&O
Shinyetsu Elec Pow (Japan)—
82 m
1st sink fund 6 Ms 1952
J&D
90
Shrevp't Bdge & Term 5s'55.F&A
/ 21
Shroveport Rys 1st 5s '36-44. J&J
Sierra Pacific Power Co—
1 st & ref 58 1960 ser A
105m
M&S
103
1st 5 Ms ser B 1957
M&S
23 m
Silesia Elec Corp s f 6Ms'46 .F&A f
Sioux City Gas & Elec Co—
102%
1st mtge 4s 1966
J&J
Sioux City Serv 6s 1951
100m
J&J
101
Snow Mt Wat & Pr 5s 1937.-J&J
106
Somerset Lighting 5s 1939-.F&A
Somerset Un & Mlddlessex Ltg—
106m
Mtge g 4s Dec 1, 1943
J&D
South Bay Consol Water—

Southern Canada Pr Co Ltd—

5s 1959
M&S
St Joseph Gas—1st 5s 1937-J&J
St Joseph Ry, Lt Heat & Power
1st g 5s Nov 1, 1937
M&N
guar

San Joaquin Light
1st s f 5s 1945

104
103 m

1st coll tr 4 Ms 68 ser B.M&N
1st coll tr 4Mb ser D '70-A&O
1st coll tr 4s ser F 1961
A&O

1st g 6s

103

1st

102

Shawinigan Water & Power Co—
1st M&col s f 4Ms'67 serA A&O

Southern California Gas Co—

100M

101

.

67
103 m

Southern California Edison—

102 M

San Francisco

95

So Jei sey Gas El & Trac—
Guar g 58 Marchl .1953-M&S

27 M

A&O

102 m

101m

1949 opt 1914—A&O /

Southern Bell Telep & Teleg—
1st s f g 58 1 941 opt 1916--J&J

122M
lu8M

1948—M&N

1st ref 6s 1952 series A

Ref g 5s

102

..—M&S

1st M 5s 1955

105

(Ga) Ry & L 5s '46—-A&O
_.A&0 /

Ruhr Gas Corp 6Ms '53 A
Rumford Falls Pow—

Gen gold 5s 1944
Gen & ref 6s 1952

1944

South Pittsburgh Water Co—
1st lien & ref 5s 1960 ser A. J&J

103 M

San Diego Co Wat 6s A '62.M&S
San Diego Water Supply Co—
1st ms f 5s 1955--M&N

85

Paterson Ry—
2d 6s'14 oxt 5% to'44. A&O
Riverside Trac 5s I960--J&D

30

---.

107M

1st & ref 5s 1946

103 m

Lighting Co—

5s

South Coast Co—See Indust—
South Jer G E & T—See Pub Serv Corp,

M&N

cons

40
94 m

106

Rome (N Y) Gas, Elec Lt & P—
1st ref 5s 1946
J&D

104 %
106

80

Orange & Passaic Valley—
1st 5s 1938
J&D

28

&

1st M 5s 1938

75

....

105M

Rochester & Syracuse RR—
4M
1st M conv 5s ctfs 1957-M&N /
Rochester Telep Corp—
*
100
1st & ref 4 Ms 1953 ser C.-J&J
106
Rockford Elec Co 1st 5s '39-M&S

1st

4s series B 1959

Income 3s 1959
Seattle Gas 1st 5s 1954
A&O
Seattle-Evorett Traction—
1st M g 5s 1939 opt 1914—M&S

103 M

Lake Ontario
101M
Water 5s 1938-o7
Roch Ry cons 5s g 1930 —A&O /
2d 5s g 1933 ctfs of dep
J&D / 28

Rockland

5s A 1959

ser

105

.M&N

1957

5s 1961

1st ref 5s 1950

(S I) Lt & RR—

1st & ref 5s 1958 ser B

10jm

J O Hob & Pat 4s 1949...M&N

138

San Antonio Public Service—

100 m

96

73

100M

_

96

106 %

106""

105

St Louis Springf & Peoria RR—
1st & ref gu g 5s'39 opt--J&D

102 m

38m

105

43M

102

A&O

(Ind) W W Corp—

Gen M 4 Ms May
1st s f 4s Oct 1945

31m

84 %

28%
33%

40

102
102 m
89

F&A

Seneca Power Corp 6s 1946-M&S

88

27%
27 %
27%
27%

F&A f

A

ser

Second Ave Trac—See Phila Co—
Sedalia (Mo) Wat 5Ms 1947.F&A

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y)
Mtge g 7s 1950
M&N /
Direct mtge 6s 1952
M&N /
Con mtge 6s 1953
F&A S
Cons 6s 1955—A&O f

Rome

52

102 M
Conv deb 5s ser A 1957.—J&D
Power Gas & Water Sec Corp—a 105
Coll tr 5s 1948 with warr.M&N
100
Power Secur coll tr 6s '49-_ J&D
107
Providence Gas 4s ser B1963 F&A
106
Provincial L H & P 5s *46.M&S
Prussian Elec 6s 1954
F&A / 25 m
Public Service Co. of Colorado—■
105 m
1st & ref 08 1 953 series A.M&S
104 %
1st & ref 5Ms '54 ser B..M&S
105m
1st & ref 6s ser C 1961.-M&N
101m
Deb
6s
1946
M&N
100m
Pub Ser of Indiana 6s 1952.F&A
Public Service Corp of N J—
Trust certs 6% perpet-.-M&N

*■ -

95

Rochester

.

1st mtge 3 Ms 1966—...J&J
Power Corp of Canada Ltd—
Conv deb 4Ms 1959 Ser B-M&S

.'

102 %

M&S

5s 1967

rer

Scranton Transit

1st

28

7% sec notes 1936
Richland Public Service—

1st 4Ms 1958

Seattle

24 M

94

34

94

80"
84

J&J /

GPL 5_M8 1951
F&A
Ry & El 5s 1953--F&A

100

103 m

-M&M

105M

Union—

Extl deb 6s 1953

90

65

Ry 6s 1942. .--J&J

104 %
104 M

94 M

J&D

1st coll trust 5s 1951
Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv

Bid

Scranton-Spg Brook Water Serv—
1st &

Republic Service Corp—

1st mtge 5s 1950
A&O
Riverside Trac—See Pub Ser Corp

101
Platte Valley Telep 6s 1947-J&J
106M
Plattsburg G & El 1st 5s 1939--23 m
Pomerania Elec 6s 1953.-M&N t
103 m
Pt

Postal Teleg &

Secured conv 6s 1938
M&S / 65
82
1st coll 4-5Ms 1948
-A&O
92
Puget Sound Navig 6s 1938.M&N
Puget Sound Power & Light—
92 M
1st & ref 5Ms 1949
-J&D
86 M
1st & ref 5s 1950 ser O—-M&N
84 M
1st & ref 4 Ms 1950 ser D.J&D
104 M
Puget Sound Tel 5s A 1952.J&J
Quebec Power Co—
104 M
1st M & coll tr s f 5s 1968.J&D
124
Queensboro Gas & El 5s '52-J&J
105
Conv g deb 5Ms '52 ser A. A&O
104
Rapid Transit St Ry 8s 1941.A&O
Republic Gas 6s A 1945
J&D / 12o
/ 125
Certificates of deposit
99M
Republic Natural Gas 1st 6s 1954/136
Income 6s 1954

1st coll tr g 4s 1952
Rio Grande Valley Gas

32

& Wash 5s 1937

105M

Public Service Co of Oklahoma—
1st mtge 48 ser A 1966F&A k 106 M
100
Serial debs 4s Feb 1. 1937-46—
P Serv of Penn 1st 5MsA'53. J&D
78M
Public Utilities Consol Corp—
83 M
1st M 5Ms 1948.M&S

Roanoke

Pittsburgh Rys—See Phila Co
Pittsburgh Suburban Water Serv
1st 1 & ref 5s 1958M&S
Plainfield-Un Wat 5s A '61

103%
105%

98 m

98

Phila & Western Ry 5s I960.J&J /
Piedmont Hvdro-El Co (Italy)-—
1st & ref s f 6 Ms 1960 ser A A&O
Pinellas Wat Co 5 Ms 1959-M&S
Pitts Oanonsburg

& ref 4Ms 1981 ser F.A&O
1st 1 & ref M 4M ser I '60.J&J

82 m

81

----M&S

f 4s 1965

107

Richmond

Phila Suburban Water Co—1st

111M

104 M
105 %
103 %

71

87

/

Bonds
Scranton Gas & Water Co—

111

1st M 5s

68m

People's Traction Co—
P P Ry tr ctfs 4s '43-F&A
Union Traction 4s 1952.J&J
Phila Subur-Counties Gas & Elec
1st & ref 4 Ms 1957
M&N

Ask

& ref 5s 1960 series O.M&N
& ref 4Ms 1978 ser D.M&N
& ref 4Ms 1980 ser E.J&J

1st
1st
1st
1st

1st &ref 5s 1937

.

Elec & Peo 4s tr ctfs 45. A&O

107

51

Ardmore Street 5s 1958--A&O

Bid

*

1st lien 6s A 1949 w w—F&A
Peoria Water Works Co—

Philadelphia

Bonds
Public Service Co of Nor 111—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op '21.-A&O




4

notice—All bond prico. aro "and interaat" exc.pt wh.re marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

Bid

Bonds
Standard Power & L Corp—
Deb g 6s 1957

Standard Telephone Co—
1st 1 coll tr 5*s *43 ser A.M&N
Oonv deb 6s 1938
M&N
Stark Elec RR see RR
Stettin Pub Util 7s 1946
A&O
Steubenville Wellsburg &

78

United Gas & Fuel

78

1st s f 5*s 1948
United Ilium Co New

85

87
18

1st 4s Feb 1 1940

15

f

|/ 23 *

25*

54 Hi

A&O

109*

1938-F&A

106

105*

106*

96

'43-M&S
.J&J
Syracuse Gas g 5s 1946—.-Syracuse Lighting 5s g 1951-J&D
1st & ref 5*s 1954
F&A
5s series B 1957
J&J
Syrac Rap Tr 1st g 5s 1946-M&S
Taiwan El Pow s f 5*s 1971-J&J
Tampa (Flaj Gas 5*s '56--A&O
1st 5s 1961A&O
Telephone Bond & Share Co—

Sutter Butte Canal 6*8

.

107*
108
41

86

87*

93*
100

94*
101

103*
90

92

98*
94*
99*

98*
95*

101*

A&O

60

62*

_

103*

Utica Belt Line Street Ry—
1st 5s 1939
M&N
Utica El & P 1st 5s 1950--J&J

104

Utica G & El ref & ext 5s *57 J&J

99*
103*
92*

100*

_

94"
■

13

A&O

1939

9

8*

9

4

A&O

96

111*
104*
90

1937.-J&J f

Third Avenue Ry (New "* ork)—
1st ref g 4s 1960 opt aft '14 J&J
f
Adj incg 5s Jan 1960opt-.A&O

37--J&J
Union Ry 1st 5s g 1942. .F&A
Westchester El 1st 5s g '43- J&J
Itoimers Ry 1st 5s 1948.-A&O

Third Ave RR 1st 5s g

2d 6s 1939

F&A
J&D

Twin City Rapid Transit Co—■
1st lien & ref 5*s A 1952J&D
1st lien & ref 5 His B 1952--J&J
St Paul City Ry—
Cable con 5s 1937 —J&J15
Guaranteed
...

Twin States Gas & Electric—■
1st 1 & ref 5*s 1945 Ser A.M&S

Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pow Co—_
1st M s f 7*s 1955
M&N

F&A

1952

Ujigawa Elec Power (Japan)—

M&S15

Union El Lt & Pow Co of St L—
Gen 58 series A 1954
J&D

Gen'l mtge 5s 1987 ser B..F&A
General 5s 1957
A&O
General 4Kb 1957
-M&N

Vermont

41

113*
105*
91

8

7*
70
38
102*

72*
39

102*

76

104

104*

1954 ser A
J&J
Union Elev RR—See N W Elev
Union Gas & El 1st ext 5s '40M&S

93*

94*

79*
106*

M
81

79

122*
n
n

Union
Union
Union
Union

102*

103
5

lit
103

107*

ser

A&O

B

94*

89

92

100*
100*

19

18

36

93*

95*
l

82

1st M 5s 1941 opt-White Plains Ltg 1st 5s
Wichita Water 6s 1949

102

18

16
58

50

106*
104*
105*

105*

105

25*
104*
QQ

104*
100*

27

104*
100
105

91

126

127

104*
105
107

107 "

115

102*

108*

2d

102*
5*s '51 ser A.M&N
Union Water Wks Co—
1st lien 5*s 1942
M&S 15 / 18
116*
Unit Elec Co of N J 4s '49-J&D
United Elec Rys (Providence)—
06
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A—
92
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B__

f Flat price,
k Last sale,
X CalledDec. 1 at 105.

104*

65

Wolverine Power 7s 1943

Valley Pow 1st 5*s '50-J&D
J&D
Ry—
1st s f g 4*s 1943———J&J /
Worcester St Ry 5s A 1947-J&D

Western Cont Util 6s 1944--M&S

Western Lt & Telep 5s 1954. A&O

117*

Western

3* %

27

29

60

Worcester Transit Association—
Cum income 6s 1952
J&D /

*

102*
45

55

23

24*

Cum income 6s (w s) 1952-J&D
Wyoming Vail P S 6s 1971--A&O /

Yadkin River Pow 1st 5s '41 A&O

69*

70*

21

22*

Yonkers Ry—See Third Ave R;
York (Pa) Gas 1st 5s 1941.M&
York Haven Wat&P 1st 5s'51 J&D

109*

110

102*
98*
103

103

94*
106*

96

99*
1M

103*
100

York Rys 1st M g 5s '37

opt-J&D

1946-

— .

J&D

at

102.

65"

101*

*

$6 preferred
$5 preferred

*

pref
*
Allegheny Traction—See Phila Co
Amer Cities Pow & Light cl A 25
Class A opt div ser ww
25
1

Class B

Amer Dis Tel of N J

*

com

100

Preferred

107*

Amer & Foreign Pow com

*

99*

84

85

83*
80*

84*

68

69

82

57 preferred. —'
cum

Warrants

—*

*
*

-

-

Amer Gas & Elec

com

*

-

$6 preferred
Preferred

76

-

*
*

—

*

—

88

American Light & Traction.

-.25
.25
*
*
.*

6°7t preferred-

Powe. & Light com

95

19*
18

100

Amer Superpower Corp com
First $6 preferred
American Telep

*
*
*

100

& Teleg

25

6% preferred
96

98

92

92*

99

125*
31*

Amer Wat Wks & Elec com

*

*

$6 1st preferred

100

Appalachian El Pow 7% pref
6% preferred

*

126*
33

Arizona

Edison com

*

Arkansas Natural Gas Corp----*
Class A non-voting
*
Preferred

76

105*

-10

-

-

Arkan & Mo Pow

7% pref
Arkansas Pow & Lt $7 pref
6% preferred

100

109*

111

_♦
1

112

Common class A

84

88

97

97*

97

99

101*
7*
102*

O iginal

preferred

!4 preferred

66*

'9

1

*

-

5 preferred
♦
6 preferred
*
$6* preferred
*
$7 preferred
*
$8 int bear allot ctfs
Option warrants
Assoc Telep Co Ltd $1.25 pf—
Assoc Telep & Teleg $6 pref
*
$7 1st preferred
-.100
Class A
*
-

-----

-

Atlanta Gas

Light 6% prei

Atlantic City Elec $6 pref

106

50

105
118

101*

102"

80*
69
59

93*

39*
42*
5*
131

132*
7

53*
19*
43*
2*
40*
111

5*
15

22„

27*

nx
75*
65*

2*
90

46*
186*
1*
9*
25*
101*
107
107*

iH
5*
9

7
93

—

Associated Gas & Elec com

122*
10d*
108*

93

107

6*

Amer Utilities Service common. *

90

90

16*
6*
16*

Amer States Utility com
Preferred

Preferred $6 series

112

76*

73
46
106*

16

Amer States Pub Serv com

5*% preferred

18*
17*

99*

3*

Warrants

107*
85

6

pref series A
pref

Amer Gas & Power com

106*

10*

PUBLIC UTILITY STKS.
Alabama Power $7 pref---.

Alabama Water Service

Mass Cos—
coup notes

64

106*

Worcester & Conn Eastern

Utilities Co—

A&O

....

67

J&J
1953.J&J

West Va Water Service—
1st mtge 4s 1961

102

13*

1st M 5s 1957 ser A
A&O
West Virginia Gas Co—
1st s f 6*s *37 with war.J&D

T

r

12*

s

West Texas

96

94

Wisconsin Pow Light & Heat—
1st & ref 5s 1946
J&D

65*
63*

Canadian
Hydro-Elec—
1st 6s ser A w w 1950
J&J

70
94

107

Wisconsin Public Service Corp—
106*
1st mtge 4s 1961
J&D
Wiscon Riv Pow 1st 5s 1941 M&N V 105
r 102
Wis

f g 5s 1940
J&J
Certificates of deposit
Water Service Cos 5s '42--M&S
Watert'n L&P—See No N Y Util.
Waukesha Gas & Electric Co—

68

106*

102

106*

1st

98

97

106*

Wisconsin Power & Light—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1966
J&D
4s8erial deb June 1 *1937-1946-

102

West

93"
106*

107*
107*

106

West

106

106*

West Penn Power—

90

90*

112

$6 preferred.
$5 preferredAmer Service pref units

M&S
J&J
J&J
Penn Tr 1st 5s 1960--J&D
Phila Pass Ry—
ext 3*s 1956
A&O
extended 1956
M&N

89*
104*
91

J&J
M&N

Amer

1st M 5s 1963 series E
1st M 4s 1961 series H
1st M 3*s ser I 1966

103*

98

'19.-M&N

1st & ref 8s 1944

120*

99

100

^

1st & ref 5s 1944 opt

101

12*
118*

97*

98*

mi

Gen & ref 7s 1947—

Trac—See Phila Co
/ 75
West Ohio Gas 6s A 1954
105
West Penn Elec deb 5s 2030-A&0

98

00

103

3*s 1966
A&O
Hydro-Elec Co—
1st M 5s 1947
A&O
Wisconsin Michigan Power Co—
1st mtge 3*s 1961
J&J
Wisconsin Minn Light & Power—

West End

98

IH

1st mtge
Wisconsin

101*

Westchester Elec—See 3d Ave Ry
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s *50.-J&D

27

Wisconsin Gas & Electric—

110

Westchester Serv Corp 6s *48 A&O
West End St Ry—See Boston El

1

^

I I.

Water Co
1st M §8 Aug 1952 ser A— F&A
Wilmington Ry Bridge 5s 1943Winnipeg Elec ref 6s 1954._A&0
1st 4 *s 1960
J&-1
Wise Fuel& Lt 1st 5s 1948-M&N

109*

Conv deb 6*s 1945
West Coast Telep 5s A

25*
1

11

Williamsport

West

107*
105*
107*
105*

106*

103

__F&A
M&N

1st M 5s 1960 ser C

100*

105*

64*

M&N
*38--J&J
M&S

1st M 5s 1956 ser B

85

99*
100*

107

105

(Germ)
J&J /
Wheeling (W Va) Electric Co—

101

1st
5s
1959
J&J
Wayne United Gas 6*8 '44. J&D

106

Westphalia United El Pr
1st M s f 6s 1953-

82*
82*

82

Waterloo Ced Falls & No Ry-

103

95

F&A
J&J

1955

107*
108*

108*
111*

Corp—

36

■

104*

107

J&D
M&S
J&D
..M&S

Washington Water Power Co—
1st ref 5s 1939 op
J&J

lst M

90
90

5s

Western Utilities

7 second

.M&N
1st lien & ref 6s w w 1960-F&A
Wash Ry & El g 4s 1951
J&D
Anacost & Pot 5s 1949---A&0
1st guar 5s 1949
A&O
M

93

104*
111*

5%to'4lM&N

1st & gen 5s 1960
..J&J
Washtenaw Gas 1st 5s 1953--J&J

94*

First lien




6s M 1936

95

91

6% notes 1937
.M&N
Westmoreland Water 1st 5s__1952

Telep 6s 1942-M&N
Washington Bait & Ann El—
1st M 5s Mar 1941 op
M&S / 10
124*
Wash'n (D C) G L 5s 1960—M&N
107
Refunding 5s 1958-..J&J

g 1948
F&A
Washington & Suburban Cos—
Coll trust 5*s 1941
M&S

_

b Basis,

A 1955-M&N

City & Sub 5s

Ry—See Third Ave Ry

maturity.

ser

Virginia Public Service Co—
1st & ref 5*8 1946 ser A-.F&A
1st & ref 5s 1950 ser B
J&D
1st & ref 68 ser C 1952----M&S
Deb s f 6s 1946
F&A
Virginian Power 1st 5s 1942. J&D
Wabash Telephone—
1st M 4*s A 1956.
J&J

1st

Pub Serv (Del) 6s '39.J&D
Pub 8 (Minn) 5s A '58 J&D t 105

Traction—See Phila R
Union Water Service Co—

1st & ref M 4s

Power—

1st sf 5*s 1947
1st M 5*s 1953

10

Union Gas System—
1st M & coll s f 5s 1948—J&D
Union Passenger Railway—
1st 4s Mar 31 1961
A&O
2d ext, 4s Mar 31 1960
A&O

Virginia Electric &

Washington Gas & El Co—

70
50

Union Gas Co. of Canada—

J&D
J&D
J&D
-.J&D

Vicksburg Bridge & Terminal6s 1958.
M&S
Debenture 7s 1948
M&S

Warren Ohio

Union Elec L & Pow of Illinois—
1st g 5 His

LtgCorp 1st 5s'44 A&O
J&D

Vesten Elec Ry 7s 1947

78*

"79.F&A

Turners Falls Pr &E15s A'52
23 8treet Ry—See N Y Rys

Conv deb 6*s ser A 1938-F&A
Vamma Water Pow 5*s '57-A&0

106

90

Toho Electric Power (Japan)—

1939—M&N

4*s

F&A
Utilities Public Service Co—
Conv 6s 1933
J&D
Utilities Service 6s 1953.

80*

Deb g 6s 2022 ser A
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956
M&N
Texas Pub Serv l«t 5s 1961------

1st s f 7s 1955 ser A
M&S15
Tokyo Elec Light Co (Japan)—
1st g 68 1953 series—J&D 15
Toledo Edison 5s 1962
M&N
Traction & Term'l Corp 5s '57J&J
Trenton G & El g 5s 1949.-M&S
Trent'n Pass Ry 1st ext 6s'61 A&O
Trenton St Ry ext 5s 1968--J&J
General 6s 1941
J&D
Tri-County Telep 4*s B '56 A&O
Troy City Ry 1st cons 5s '42 A&O

1st

Utilities Power & Light Corp—
Deb g 5*s 1947
J&D

97

35

Texas Pow Corp 6s 1956—M&S
General 6*s 1956
M&S
Texas Power & Light—

1st 4*s 1950

Valley Ry—
1941
M&S /

91

A&O

M&S

1st serial 4*s 1943-45

J&J

Gen 5s 1952 series E

38

105*
39*

—.J&J

1936-38

Gen 5*s 1949 ser O—J&D 15
Gen M 5s 1956 ser D
A&O

Deb 5s 1959

Texas Electric Service Co—

Texas Hydro Elec Corp—
1st mtge 6s ser A 1956

15

8

Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947—.—J&J
Tex Trac 1st 5s 1937 opt--J&J

1st serial 4s 1939-42

93

18

Utica & Mohawk

Texas Consumers Water—

1st serial 3 His

Light Co—
Deb 6s May 1 2022
M&N
1st lien gen M 5s 1944—F&A
1st lien & gen M 4 *s 1944.F&A

102

'37 M&N
Texarkana Wat 1st 5s '58--F&A
Texas Cities Gas 1st 5s '48--M&N

f 7s

Utah Lt & Tr 1st 5s 1944 A-.A&O

103

Terre H'te & West Ry 5s

s

(PGH)—See Phila Co
Unterelbe Power & Light Co—
Sink fd M 6s 1953
A&O /

109*

_

1st M 6s 1949 ser A—«—J&D
1st M 5s 1956 ser B
F&A

1st M s f 7s 1945

J&D

108*

M&N

1st con M g 5s 1944
Terre Haute W W Corp—

Guar

M&N

Utah Power &

Terni Hydro Elec 6*s 1953.F&A
Terre Haute Traction & Light—

Troy Gas Co 1st 5s

1st lien 6s ser B 1953

Albany Ry con M 5s g '30.J&J
Gen g 5s 1947
J&D

83*

Tide Water Power 1st 5s

'53.M&N

United Traction (Albany)—
Con g 4*s 2004

82

Texas Traction Co 5s

f 5*s ser

.tat

1st 5*s 1955 ser A
1st 5s series B 1957

94*

Unit Trac

Tennessee Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1970

1st 2-6s 1951

s

United Tel & Tel 5*s A

A—J&D
J&D
opt--M&N

mtge 5s 1960
Texas Gas Util 6s 1945

Securities Co—

A 1952..M&N
Coll s f 5*s ser B 1952-M&N
United Telep Del 6s A 1948 A&O
Coll

e

106"

93

Western United Gas & Elec Co—

93*
92*

Rys of St Louis—
4s July 1 1934
J&J 1/34*
/ 34
City & Sub Pub Serv 5s '34.J&J

United

-F&A
A 1955—M&N

1st

F&A /

101*

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser

A

of Havana—

98
105

M&N

Fdg & R E M 4*s g '50
25-year g 5s 1951
30-year 5b Mar 1 1960
Mut Un 6s

Gen g

76*

83*
113*
85*
91*

98
99

Western Pow (Can) 5s 1949—J&J
Western Public Service Co—_
1st & ref 5*8 1960
F&A
Western States Util 6s A '45-A&0
Western Union Telegraph—
Coll tr 5s 1938
—-J&J

7

United

Tennessee Electric Power—

6s

1960—J&J
Rys Cos 4% ctfs '49.J&J

104

1st M 5s 1943__

1st

J&J

Eq 7*s Feb 15 1936

m m mm

B 1950—----J&J

1st 5s series
6s 1950

5

United Railways

106'/
107
40*
75*

Tennessee Eastern Elec Co—■

1st & ref 5s 1956
Tenn Pow gu 5s 1962

A&O

United Pub Util Corp—
Conv coll tr 6s A 1960

United

118

J&D

--

f 6s series

i!§
90^1

Conv coll tr 5*s B

120*

Telephone Service (Ohio)—„
5s 1953
M&N
Temescal Water 1st 5s A '60 M&N

s

J&J

F&A

105*

6*s 1933
105 H

M&S
M&S

1st 4*s 1968
1st M 4*s 1970

Ref

A'52 A&O

109
92

90

M&N

Un Lt Rys (Del) deb 5*8.52
United Public Service Co—
Coll tr 6s 1942 ser A

109 Hi

Super-Po wer Co. of 111—

1958

Co—

Deb 6s 1973

Philadelphia
lstsfg5s Apr 1952
A&O

Suburban Gas Co. of

62*
102

108*

M&N
M&N

1st M 5*s 1950
1st M 5b 1951

V

Haven—

Deb g 6s 1975
United Lt&Rys(Me)6s

Stewart Mt Pr—See Salt Riv Vail

Suburban Lt & Pow 6s

61
100

J&J

1959--A&0
M&N

mmm m

101

Western N Y Water Co—

F&A

1st 1 & consol 5*8

106 *

Western N Y Utilities 5s '46- J&D

(Hamilton)—

United Light & Power
Deb g 6*s 1974

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

United Elec Serv (Italy)—
Extl 1st s f 7s 1956 ser A-.J&D
Without warrants

Weir ton

Ry 1st 5s 1951

84

77
77

f

"f" and1 Income andI defaulted bond.
the month preceding the date of issue

Bid

Bonds

Ask

83 *

F&A

Standard Public Service Corp—
1st lien 6s series A 1948—F&A
1st lien 6s 1948 ser B__—J&D

Deb 5s

79

public utility bonds

dec., 1936]

-100
*

85

1*
3*

12*
13*
30
26

27*
28*
20
%
24*
54
58
8

97*
110*

106*

100

97

n

Nominal,

r

Called

Dec.

1

x

Ex-dividend.

• No par value,

t Negotiability impaired by

*

80

PUBLIC
Quotations for all securities

Stocks

Par

Bait Transit Covtc
Preferred v t c

Bid

are as near as

Stocks

Ask

♦

2

3

100

6

com
-25
7% p.,ere.red
-10u
6% preferred
-100
Baton Rouge Elec Oo $0 pf
*

.71
251

131
110

Bangor Hydro Elec

235*

—

Beauharnois Power

100
100

1565*
60

64
80

*

$6 preferred-

W*
79

*

Birmingham Gas $6 pref

*
Blackstone Val Gas & El pref-100
Blue Ridge Corp
—1
$3 conv preferred
*
Boston Elevated Ry com
100
Brazilian Tr Lt & Pow ord
*

ill*
«I*

5X

Cumberland Gas

80
30

~3~5*

*
--20

34

36

38

39

*

36

Class B
*
Broad River Power 7% pref--100
Brockton Gas Light Co v t C--25

365*
85*

94

85*
160
53 5*
102 5*

65*
37 5*
505*

24 5*

25

5 1st pref
*
Cable & Wireless Ltd—
Amer dep rec 75*% A ord__£l
Amer dep rec B ord
£1

1045*

Calif-Oregon Power Co-r
6% preferred series of 1927 100
6% preferred
100
Calif Water Serv 6% pref
100

103 5*
7
38

515*

24J*
106

*

1

7% preferred
Conv preferred

100
100
Conv preferred ser of 1929--100
6% cum pf (without warr)._100

Central States Pow & L $7 pf—*

Chester Water Serv 55*% pref--*
Chic City & Con com part ctfs—*
Pref partic ctfs
*
Chic Dist Elec Generat $6 pref.*

67
28

_100

Cities Serv Pr & Lt $6 pref

*

7% preferred
100
Citizens' Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Citizens Traction—See Phila Co
Citizens Utilities com
1
Cleve Elec Ilium

*

common

$4.50 preferred
Cleveland Railway

96 X
90

81X
37A
60 X
95 X
1%
44 X
22 X
18 X

"X
103 X

1085*

82

*

785*
75*

117

103

95*
97

3 5*

35*
49

4X

5

43
54

48

58

59

565*

3A
48X

45*

875*
75*
205*

I

135*

14

*

735*

80

*

78

*

75
195

100

55*% preferred

Preferred ($6)
*
Fed St & Pleasant Val—See Phila
Federal Water Service com A—
*

$65* preferred

*

$7 preferred
Fitchburg Gas

*

& Elec Light--50
Florida Power & Lt $7 pref

185*
1045*

85
107

112
1085*

114

115

3X
5*«
72 X

65*% preferred
Connecticut Power
Connecticut Ry & Lighting

Preferred

7%

*
*

cum conv

*
20

com

*

Gen Telep Allied Corp §6 pref.
Gen Wat Gas & Elec com A—
*

19

Gold & Stock Teleo (guar)
Green & Coates—See Phila

46

109
51

100 t
25

100

$5 preferred
Consolidated Gas Utilities com.l
Class A

1

Warrants

r

495*
IX
69
115
-

15*
49

505*

7?*
117

—

54

2X
18X
86 X
113 X
47 X
107 X

25*
IX
IX

Green Mt

Pass—See

55

35*
20
88

1135*
475*
103
35*

64

Pow

*

33
76

36

235*
49 5*

235*

25*
105

115*
40

Hamilton Gas

T

87
86

34

34

35

375*
125*
64
i

25

68'

49

51

25

Preferred

Ry com
6% preferred
Haverhill Elec Light

66

25

Havana Elec

54

58

1

100
25
H&stonville M & F—See PhilaRT

2*
38

Holyoke Water Power

100

305

1

Hudson

100

195

County Gas

Ex-dividend.

965*

85

*

Hartford Electric Light
Hartford Gas com

* Without

par

100

_

1035*

*

value,

40

310

•

99
lul

65*% preferred

1005*

6% preferred
Italian Superpower common A._*

6j5*
645*
X

Debenture rights
Jamaica Pub Service Ltd

*

365*

Preferred
100
Jamaica Water Supp 7 X % pf--50
iefferson Electric com
*

128

lersey Cent Pow & Lt 7% pf.100
6% preferred
100
55*% preferred
100

102

54

425*
945*
90

City Power

& Light—
1st pref $6 series B
*
Kansas City Pub Serv v t c._.-.*

7% preferred

vtc

*

117

Xt
35*

Kansas Elec Pow 7% pref
100
Kansas Gas & Elec f % pref.. 100

107
lUo

Lawrence Gas & Elec Lt

25

Lexington Util 65*% pref
25
Lexington Wat Serv pref__
Lincoln Telep & Teleg com. .100
Lockhart Power Co pref
Lone Star Gas Corp.
*
65* % preferred
100
Long Island Lighting com
7% preferred A
100
6% preferred B
100
Los Angeles G&E Corp 6%pf 100
Louisiana Power & Light $6 pf-*

75

415*
47
22
91

70

285*
445*
40
94 5*

99

115
100
12

1125*
5

885*
75
105

98„

100
100

114

100
Preferred
100
Luzerne Co Gas & El $6 pref. 100

100

Marcon Int Marine Commun'y—
Amer dep rets for ord shs
£1
Market St Ry(San Francisco) .100

6% preferred
100
6 % prior preferred
100
6%-Jion-cum 2d preferred.-100
Mass Power & Light Associat'n—

Warrants
Mass Utilities Associates

1125*

265*
1015*
1125*

*

100

3

185*
1065*
10y5*
55

100
9

109

233*
33
14

8X
2X
195*
425*
55*
1

30^
2*5*

*

t C-.l

~25*

partic preferred—50
Memphis Natural Gas
*
Memphis Power & Light $7 pf- *
$6 preferred
*

315*
5X

v

conv

72

69

Metropolitan Edison Oo—
$7 preferred series B
$6 preferred series O
$6 prior preferred—
Middle West Corp com

*

107

*

1015*
1065*
125*

5

Wamnf-e

5

6%

89

*
100

common vtc

_

Middl e WesV UtifitfesI11111111 *
$6 conv preferred series A
*
Midland Util 7% prior lien.. 100

25

Preferred

x

50

115

1

Canadian price,

8)

25

Hamilton Bridge
Preferred

__

$7 preferred
*
Iowa Southern Util 7%
pref.-100

5%

110

95

675*
74
102

*

875*

52

100

*

85

18
21

100

$2 Preferred

100

Hackensack Water

7% preferred
Iowa Pow & Lt 6% pref

Common with warrants
Common without warrants

92

R

*
...

Iowa Electric 6>*8 pref.100
Iowa El Lt & Pow
6% pref. .100

67

865*

pref— *
6% pf-100
Gulf States Util $6 pref
$5.50 pref

$6 preferred
Investors Telephone com

395*
45*
915*

87

Corp $6

1i*
39

%

375*
45*

PhilaRT

Greenwich Wat & Gas

54"

63

38

125*
105*

29

63

825*

—

Gloucester Elec Lt Co

*

75

35*
72
795*

25

Germantown

100

"25*

25*
70

2

325*

1

2.5*

Warrants

54 V*

X

75*

122

95*

$3 preferred

735*

65*

20

Modified 5% guar

103

16
103

*

Lowell Electric Light.

100

2

125*
4 X

*

Maiden Electric Co
25
Maiden & Melrose Gas Lt
-.25
Manhattan Elev Ry 7% guar.100

90

955*

Interstate Power pref $7

47

!iH

R.T."

65*

35

Interstate Natural Gas

7% preferred
100
25
Lynn Gas & Elec Co
25
Mackay Companies 4% pref. .100

|;s

545*
31X

1

*

*

*

5% preferred
6% preferred7% preferred
Louisville Railway Co

135

Preferred 8%

.*

Louisv Gas & Elec com cl A

45*

43

575*
32

new

60

100

A.

$1.75 preferred
$3.50 preferred-

60

Telegraph (guar)

com

*

*9

Franklin

*
Gary Elec & Gas common
Gas & Elec of Bergen County. 100
Gas Utilities Co

*
1

59

Gardner Elec Light common. 100
Preferred
100

95

...

international Telep & Teleg
International Utilities A

47

*
Phila

53 5*
535*

1st preferred
100 xJfcl03
Internat Power Securities com—*
:V
2
Units
48
International Ry v tc
2
100

5 j 5*
53
57

S'thwark—see

$6

interboro R T vot trust ctfs. 100
Internat Hydro-El Syst A
25
Conv pref $3.50 series
50
Internat Ocean Teleg (guar).-100
International Power Co
*

lo

95

4

&

(Del)

illuminating Shares class A
Indiana Service Corp—
6% preferred
100
7% preferred
100
Indianap Pow & Lt 65*% pf-100
Indianapolis Ry Co v t c
100

255*

Foreign Light & Power units

18

Preferred
100
Cons Gas E L & P
(Bait)
*
5% preferred series A
100
Cons Edison Co of N Y—Com

Nominal,

35*
5*

93

64

Co.

Frankf'd

Georgia Power $6 preferred.

100

io"5*
"X

90

*

8)

785*

10

5% preferred
Gen Telephone Corp
$3 conv preferred

*

58

51

General Pub Util common—

Connecticut Light & Power

60

55

285*
86V*
65*
195*

925*

*

57

49

97

Common
Conn Gas & Coke Sec pref
Common

65

56

92 X

25

52

53

Gen Gas & Elec

108

6% preferred
100
Kentucky Utilities 6% pref.. 100
7% preferred
100
Keystone Pub Serv $2.80 pref.-*
Keystone Telephone—
$4 preferrence
50
Kings Co Ltg 7% pref
100
5% preferred
-.100
Laclede Gas Light
100
5% preferred
100

219

95

110

1005*
245*

49

50

645*

18X

75*

53

122

100
9

Hlinois North Utilities
6% pf.100
ilium & Power Secur 1st pref. 100

Kansas

41

50
100

$6 preferred

48

8)

53 o
50

com

104

100

985*
245*

75*
1555*
205*
795*
685*
105*
85*
185*
885*
835*

100

-95

104

com

7% preferred
Concord EJec Co 6% pref




88

*

European Elec class A
Option warrants

102

*

185*

*

100

First preferred 6%
Community Pub Serv com
Certificate of deposit

n

*
-

pref ser A
*
$6 conv pref ser B
*
Gen Italian Edison Elec Corp—
Amer shs for ordinary stock..
Gen Public Service Corp
*
$6 preferred
*

Optional warrants
$6 preferred

sale,

8

Fairm't Pk & Hadd Pass Ry—See Phila R
Fall River Elec Light
25
60
Fall River Gas Works
25
17
Federal Light & Tr com
15
245*

Community Power & Light—

k Last

95*

1

Essex & Hudson Gas

68

100

Serv

67 X

1

Engineers Pub Serv com
$5 convertible preferred
$55* pref (with warrants)
$6 preferred

135*
101X

109
94

Iowa Pub Serv $6 pref

32

78 X

Preferred

19

6% 1st preferred
*
Commercial Telep $6 pref
*
6% pref
.100
$6 preferred
100

til

Illinois Pow & Lt

7% preferred

65*% preferred
100
6% preferred
100
Empire Power Corp partic stk-_*
$6 preferred
*
Empire Telephone com

& Marion—

7% preferred

30

65*
1545*
2o A

*

Preferred 7%

111

MOO

97

*

Empire & Bay State Teleg
100
Empire District Elec 6% pf--100
Empire Gas & Fuel Co pf 8%-100

64
64

Ool'bus Ry P & L 1st pf A 6% 100
Preferred 65* % ser B
100
Commonwealth Edison Co
100
Commonwealth & Sou Corp com *

Community Water

*

com

Eliz Consolidated Gas

95

16

55*
9±

675*

100

6% preferred series A
5% preferred
5% conv preferred

55

145*

100

Preferred

110

_

25*

7

645*
705*
25*

67

RR

110

Warrants

"45*

Eliz & Trenton

*

Delaware

52

75*

65

92

100

Certificates of deposit
Coast Co Gas & El 1st pref-_ 100
Colum G & El Corp (Del) com. *

Columbus

100

100
100

Warrants

82

-.-10

Preferred BB__

6h
65*

El Paso Electric Co (Del)—
Preferred series A 7%
-.100
El Paso Nat Gas com
3

108

100

100

?;

6o5*

17 X
110X

Bid

100

Class B

*

$7 preferred
$6 preferred
2d pref series A
Optional warrants

Chicago Rapid Transit—

-

33

16

63 5*
70

Elec Power & Light Corp

108

15*

*

2A

100

Preferred
100
Cincinnati Street Ry
50
Cincin & Suburb Bell Telep—50
Cities Service com
*

27

76
.

100

98 X

100

100
Cincinnati Gas & Elec 5% pf 100
Cincinnati Gas Transp
100
Cine New & Cov Lt & Trac—100

1435*

745*
X

100

Elec Power Association
Class A full paid

100

Preferred B

143

$6 preferred
$5 preferred

Chicago Rys partic ctfs series-100

Preferred

100

4

*

Eastern Util Assoc

■

*

Prior preferred A
Prior preferred B

67

1065*

*

15*

1

8eries 3
Series 4

64

100

6% preferred
i
45*% prior preferredEastern Mass St Ry com
6% 1st pref stamped
6% pref B stock
5% adjustment stock

14 X

*

Series 2

24

*

Common

96 X
88 X

5* % preferred
100
Central Illinois Light—
45*% preferred
100
Cent 111 Pub Serv $6 pref
*
Cent Indiana Power 7 % pref 100
Central Maine Pow 6% pref--100
7% preferred
100
Cent Mississippi Valley—
Elec Properties 6% pref
100
Cent Ohio Lt & Pow 6% pf
*
Central Pow & Light 7 % pref 100

,

3
22

East Coast Public Service v t C—1
Eastern Gas*& Fuel Assoc's—

37

Cent & S W Util com
Preferred
Prior lien preferred
Central States Elec Corp—

105

*

Conv stock
j
*
Edison Elec Ilium (Boston)-.100
Electric Bond & Share
*

64

4

112"

56 preferred series B

26X

Par

7% pref

_

1105*

Eastern States Corp com
57 preferred series A_

92

6% preferred
vtc

113

100

com

6% preferred

102

Capital Transit (Wash, DC) 100
Carolina Pow & Light $7 pref —*

com

45*

1035*

100

Tramway

Stocks

-

100
East Shore Pub Serv 65*
% pf 100

'

Can Hydro-El Corp 6% 1st pf 100
Canadian Marconi
1

45

1025*

Duquesne Nat Gas common
$4 preferred
$5 preferred
Duquesne Light—See Phila Co—

915*

*

97

40

*

Preferred

io"

.

Cent Hud G & El

96

35*

Derby Gas & Elec $7 pref
Detroit Edison
Duke Power

180
54

A
X
45*

Amer dep rets 55*% pref—£1

$6 preferred*
Cent Arkan Pub Serv Corp pf 100
Central Elec Tel com
1

107

1065*

___

Olciss .A.

com

106

55*% preferred

Denver

100
Bklyn Manhat Transit
*
$6 preferred series A
*
Bklyn & Queens Transit com—*
$6 preferred
*
Brooklyn Union Gas
*
Buffalo Niagara & East Power—

2075*
1065*

1055*

*

Dallas Power & Light 7
% pref 100

185*

Canada Nor Pow

1055*

Cumoeriand Oo(Me)P & Lt pf 100

175*

fl .60 prior preferred

207

r

com

68 5*

Brooklyn Edison

Ask

Idaho Power

100
Continen Pass Ry—See Phila
R,T
Cuoan Telephone pref-!
...100

48 X
69

m

Bid

100

6% preferred
Dayton Power & Light
45* % cum preferred

Bridgeport Gas Light
Bridgeport Hydraulic Oo
Brit Col Pow Corp A

'

100
6%-100

$5 preferred
Continental Gas & Electric—
7% prior preferred

123

25

Telephone (Canada)
Telep of Pa 6 5* pref
Beverly Gas & Elec
Birmingham Elec $7 pref

Consumers Gas
(Toronto)
Consumers Pr (Maine)
pf

158 X

122

„

Bell

Bell

Par

6.6% preferred

5

STOCKS

Cons Trac of N J—See P S
Corp
Cons Trac (Pittsb)—See Phila Co

102

*

com

UTILITY

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

prior lien
100
7% preferred class A
.100
6% "preferred class A
100
Milw Elec Ry & Light—
6% pref series 1921
100
Minnesota Pow & Lt 7% pref 100
$6 cum preferred
100
Mississippi Power Co—
$6
preferred
$7 preferred
Miss Power & Light 6% pref—*
Mississippi Riv Pow 6% pref. 100
tissouri Pow
Lt $6 pref
*
Missouri Pub Ser 7% pref.-_ 100
Common "wi".

Mohawk-Hudson Pow 1st pref.
2d preferred

*

Monongahela L & P—See PhilaCo
Monongahela St Ry—See PhilaCo

t Called for redemption Dec. 1.

16c
4

6

55*
IX
35*

1025*
92

104
94

84

86

68

70

78
77

80

79

115

1105*

102

104

155*
115*
1065*

1075*

98

175*
12

100

DEC., 1936]

Par

Bid

Monon-West Penn P S 7% pref 25
Montana Dakota Utilities com..

Stocks

26

5% preferred
6% preferred.

■^■'7%

.

1254
84
112
15

9254
123

100

63
125

|7 prior preferred
57 preferred.......

3
>

6154
20
19

50 preferred
56 prior pref.:
New England Tel A Tel
100
New England Water Light A

20

5554
138

56

141

85
113
10554
35
6
y

New Mexico Nat Gas 6% pref
New Orleans Pub. Serv com

58
18

7%preferred—
New Bochelle Water 7% pref 100
N Y Central Elec 7% pref—.100
N Y Mutual Telegraph
25
N Y Pow A Lt Corp $6 pref
*

87"
117

39"
7
59
20

Phil A

10254

103%

112

--.-...100

113

New York Bailways Corp—

57

4%

preferred
N Ydc Bichmond Gas 6% preflOO
NY & Queens El L & Pow—
non-cum

-

75

Common...

5%

100
._*

common

3254

1854
.....*

....

100

11654
54%

1st 6% preferred-..
100
Providence Gas
*
Public Serv of Colo 7% pref—100
2%
6% preferred..
100
33
5% preferred
100
65
Public Serv of Ind prior pref—*
103
$6 preferred
*
4
Public Serv Co of N H $6 pref—*
56
55 preferred
—*
4%
Public Serv Corp of N J
-*
49
8% preferred
100
53
7% preferred--—.
100
6% preferred
100
$5 preferred—
—*
10
Consolidated Trac of N J--100
21
Bapid Transit St By Co—100
57%
So Jersey Gas A Elec Trac—100
77%
Public Serv Co of Nor 111.
60

preferred-.—
.60
North Amer Edison $6 pref
*
North Amer Light & Pow
1
56 preferred
*
Nor Amer Utility Sec
*
Nor Bost Ltg Prop com.
Preferred......
.......100
North Continent Util com
100
6% preferred—
100
7% preferred
100
Northeastern Wat A Elec com
.

Preferred

Nor Indiana Pub Ser 6% pref 100

..100

91

.100

Nortnern Liberties Gas

90%

..25

Northern N Y Util pref
Nor States Power (Del) cl A

.100
.100
7% preferred
100
6% preferred
.100
Northwest Electric 7% pref-—100
North West Util 7% pref
.100
7% prior lien
.....100
Northwest Bell Tel 654% pref 100
N'western Pub Serv 6% pref-100
7% preferred-.--....
100
Northwestern Teleg (quar)
50
Ohio Edison $6 pref.......
*
57 preferred
*
Ohio Elec Power 6% pref
100
7% preferred-----—100
Ohio Power 6% pref.—100
Ohio Public Serv pref A (7%) 100
6% preferred.—
100
Ohio Service Holding com—.1
5% preferred—.—.—.
...6
Ohio Water Service A com
Oklahoma Gas A Elec 7% preflOO
Okla Nat Gas Corp coin
15
Preferred
60

108%
98
90
91

40

67
110

86
91
54

109
114

52
54

111%
108
102

Preferred
Ottawa Traction

42%
38%

.inly

3954

10%
27%

iftny

27 A

Pacific A Atlantic Tel (gu)-.__25
Pacific Gas & Electric
.25

7% preferred

Public Serv El A G 55 pref-

Corp of Amer
55 cum pref B

53.50 preferred
Bapid Transit By—SeeJE^S

aata>

Rio Grande

Preierred

»....--

Common

100

non-voting........*

1st preferred
Pacific Telep A Teleg

....

*

100

6% preferred..
100
Paterson A Passaic Gas A El—100
Pecos Valley Pow & Lt

com

—

Peninsular Telep Co com
Preferred.
*.100
Penn Central Lt & P 55 pref
*
©
52.80 preferred
——*.*
Penn-Ohfo Edison.

.....

Warrants.....
Warrants B
Penn Western Gas & El com
12
Penna Gas A Elec Corp 57 pref..*
Partic class A stock
......."

1154

100

90%
99 %

Wh

138%
121%

%*

112%
42%

113%
43%

81

21

149%
152
26

27 %

Warrants

6%

112
73
44

10
4

35%
89*

j




k Last sale,

9354

85"

12154
154
14%

12254

110

11154

554
7
57

58
86
86
95

85
85
94

354
2

*

....

3254

„S6 preferred..,4.

1

jptingf'lcbin^ion-..—.."

•

10554
10554

2154
81c

2254

61
66
100
97
354
154

*
100
...»

Utilities Power A Lt cl A

25I

21
22

*

Script

79c

15

115

Utah Power A Light—
"6 preferred-.

30

._*

50c

pf-100

—

—100
*

Joaquin Lt A Power—
1100
-100

Savannah El A Pow 6% pref-100
Scranton Electric 56 pref—
-.4.-*

60c
5

*
106'

10754

10954

112
72

68

110
105
84

112
109

11254

11354

Brook
'
1
Water Service 6% pref
—*
Seattle Gas common...——.*
1st 85 preferred
...100
2d 55 preferred
Second Ave BR Cop (N Y)
*
Sedalia Water pref-..—
—100 k

69i
3
29

71
4

7% dam p~ref-~""—I—100
Virginia Elec
Power—
$6 preferred*
Virginia Pub Serv 7j& pref—-100

23

63

$I*

103
10<>

m
24

H354
90

84
6% preferred
100
80
Washington (D p)jGas-_——.20
Wash GaS A Elet^Jo pref——100
Wash (D O) BjTa El com
100 x 725
Preferied^
4 ^...... 100 *110
107
Washington Wat Pqw 6% pref--*
Western Massachusetts Cos...-*
3254
Western Union Telegraph—.
89
100
West Penn Elec Co dastf^A— *
106""
7%*cuch preferred—ii..
100
6% cum preferred-LU—
-9454
100
West Penn Pow 7% pref—.100
120
116
6% preferred
a
100
West Phila Pass—Sed phila R T
84
West Texas Utilities $0 pref.....
West Va Water ServTpl&f
101
Western Lt 1; Tel coloL-'i
1.85
Western N Y Waterliefll.
15

114
92
86

8054
30

...

31

Shawinigan Water A Power
*
Sioux City Gas A El 7% pref-100
Sierra Pac Elec 6% pref..—100
So Amer Utilities com
$4 preferred
Southeastern Gas A Water A
*
Common.....—...........*
Southeastern Pow A Lt—
Warrants

Western

654%

Canadian price,

pr^®ed..S

5

7% preferred
-i
I—100
Westmoreland Water pref—.
*

26

Wheeling Elec 6% pref. resi.100
Williamsport Water pref...
..'
Winnipeg Elec class A

2554
9554
10454
354
22

9754
105

454
2354

154
33c
V

154
40c

6

8

x

Ex-dividend.

10654
96
123

11654
85

1.95

f—100

854.

4

75

34

90
100

Unlaf G Ail 6% pf-100

754

By—See Phila R T

r

92
42
76
8

.

754
4454
154

,

....

7% prefened

Nominal,

154

77c

$2.75 preferred
$3 preferred--

110

n

754
44

......

J! preferifld^ i—
Utica Gas A Etee 7% pref

10854

13*

10

United Public Service common
United Pub Util com A——.*

....

Clas^B*... .—.....

654% preferred....100
Wisconsin Telep 7% pref— ..100
Worcester Trans Assoc
*
—.

(Pa) Railways prefcs-

* Without par valueA

10154
1C6

50

trailed

i5§

101
r
r

.......

Preferred
10u
Wisconsin Pow A Lt 6% pref-100
7% preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Corp 7% pflOO

York
Called for redemption at 105.
Called Dec. 1 at 105.
a

1

11

mmmm.

99
109
110
117

15

6% cum 1st pref...
I*
United Light A By 6%
pref—100
6.36% preferred
...100
7% preferred.
—100

77%

St Louis County Water
St Louis Pub Serv—
Common

2d A 3d Sts

1354

United Gas A Impt vot—....
$5 cum pref (non-vot)
..*
United 111 Co of New Haven
*
United Lt A Pr com A
_*
Common B__
—_..—_*

Scran ton-Spring

854

10854
109
116

10554
1554

...—

11554
1254

8% preferred
Sangamo Electric com

25

15
98

-

8754
11%

112
12

7% prior preferred
6% prior preferred

10354

*
_

10154

11

United Gas A Elec(Conn)pref 100
United Gas A Elec of N J com5% preferred
——100
United Gas Corp com
1
$7 pref series A
—....*

95

72c

101
116

...

102

San Antonio Pub Serv 7%

49%
105%
8354
76

7

7% preferred
——.100
Union Gas (Canada)
*
Union Gas System pref. ,
50
Un on Pass—See Phila R T
Union St By (New
Bedford)—100
Union Traction—See Phila B T
United Corp.—

f3 cum preferred-—.—.—
varrants-

111
1.0054

86
112
104

_

82

192*
8654
11%

1054
3154

1

9954

(Mo) 6% pref 100

198"

105

6

854 i

110

..

—

10054

San

100

60

I

Twin States Gas A El
7% prior pf
Twin City Rapid Transit*
7 % preferred100
Union El L A Pow (111) 6% pf 100
Un El L A Pow

50%

119%
98%

52
-——50
B—100 1105
105
J00
100
105.

pref--100

99

...

_

155

90

100

105

...

103

76%

65"

58
102
8

_

65%
37%

119H
97%

Rochester G A E 7% pref

5% preferred series E

72
70
64

-

2154

115

1

6% preferred series O
6% preferred series D

111"

83
82
118

8054

--60

29

100

62

133
193
80

-

ifjf
Pacific Lignting (Jorp
Preferred
($6)
Pacific Pow A Lt 7% pref.
6% preferred
Pacific Public Service-

64
31%
107%
98%
50%
150%
135%
121%
10554

105

&

103

R T

Valley Gas

102

.—..100

preferred

5%-preferred:-::::::::::i66

112

Corp

^

conv

M

117

Tri-State Telep A Teleg———*
Preferred.
..10

105 %

representing com.
Rhode Isld Pub Serv 52 pref —*

Pa^—See PhUa

99

7% pflOO
.100
100

J2

109
95

3$

i%
59

43
1054

104%

Amer shares

Clstss A

49

84
111

105

Republic Nat Gas comr.
1
Rhine-Westphalia Elec Pow—

Bidge Ave

35

110
111

1054

7%

59

6

20%

17

2154

Texas Gas Util com..
.1
Texas Power A Lt 7%
pref—100
6% preferred
——...._*
Third Avenue By (N Y)
100
13th A 15th Sts—See Phila R T

102

*
*
*

-

36

101

Puget Sound Pr A Lt $6 pref 55 prior preferredQuebec Power common
Queens Borough G A E 6% pf 100
Radio

5%

55

109

90

15
7
7

._*

Tampa Elec Co—
——*
Tennessee El P 1st pref (7%)-100
7.2% 1st preferred..
100
1st preferred (6%)
—.100
5% cum 1st preferred
.100
Terre Haute Elec
6% pref—-100
Texas Electric
By.
100
Texas Elec Service $6 pref.
*

55

10%
102%

10554

10854

22
14

41

124

100

—

5
11

m

123
104
6
89
87

3%% preferred-—
100
_8%
preferred
—.100
Tacony-Palmyra Bridge—

98

V

154

90
104

52

*
- *
*
*

Lt A Pow

19

7%

Elec pref
Syracuse Ltg 6% pref-

9

41
30

™

*

Swiss American

6

32"

10254

18%
6%
158

cum

Preferred
Superior Wat

10
35

50
50

100

—

102

...

Roch Telep $654 pref
-10u
Rockland Light A Power——10

100

-.100

36

3
5

7% preferred
100
Public Serv of Okla 6% pref--100

Riverside Traction..

112

Omaha A Council Bluffs Bailway
A Bridge 4% cum pref
lOO
Oregon W ash Water pref.
Ottawa Light Heat A Pow— .100

63
29
15
71
24

30
6
18
13

100

6% preferred

35
8

21

r

105

.*

com.

V

105

a

——*
preferred
*
cum prior pref-———*
Standard Pow A Lt com...——1
Class B__
—.*

$4
$6

14%

-*

Common..-....-

Standard Gas A Elec
$7 cum prior pref

39%
116%

31

pref 100
Potomac Edison Co 6% pref--100
7% preferred..
—.—100
Potomac Elec Pow 6% pref-—100
5%%
preferred
100
Power Corp of Canada com
*

a

...

1$

guar—.-—50

A

78
24

.2254

__

com

5

ri*

Preferred
—..*
Sprinsfieln City Water pref.
Springfield Gas A Elec pref.....*
Springfield Gas Lt Co
25
SpringTd (Mass) St By Cos pf 100

66

Phila Traction—See Phila B T
Pitts Suburban Wat pref
100
Plainfield Union Water..

16

6%

554% preferred

Southwestern Lt A Pr

68

Postal Teleg A Cable 7%

109

com—

7% preferred-—

23

14

pref—100
7% preferred
-100
33
19% Portland Gas A Coke 7% pref 100
20%

57 preferred series A
*
56 dividend pref
*
N Y Telephone 654 % pref_-.100
N Y Water Serv 6% pref——100
Niagara & Hudson Pow
10
Option warrants A
Option warrants B_
...
North American Co

30%

38%
115%
34%
7

Gray's Fy (525 pd)—50

West Phila Pass

11*

¥

6% pf--4

101

Portland Elec Pow 6%

109

Option warrants
New York Steam Co—
Common

78

122

preferred

N Y Omnibus

4%

14%

10
60
25

Philadelphia Traction
50
Ridge Ave Pass ($28 pd)—50
2d A 3d Sts By guar
-50
13th A 15th Sts Pass By
50
Union Pass (530 5-6 pd)--—50
Union Traction ($1754 pd)-50

29"

26

90

115

Philadelphia Rapid Transit.. .50
7%
preferred-—-.
■*—50
Citizens Passenger guar. - -50
Continen Pass By (529 pd)_50
Fairm't Pk A Haddington.-50
Frandf'd A Southwark Pass.50
Germantown
Passenger _
50
Green A Ooates Sts ($15 pd) 50
Hestonville M A F com--—50
Preferred—
-.-—50
PhilaCityPass By(522% pd).50
Phila A Darby Pass By.
50

94

24

28%

n*

Southern Col Pow com A.....25
Preferred
..100
South A Atlan Teleg (guar)—.25
Southern Indiana G A E 6% pflOO
7% preferred
-.100
4.80°* cum preferred.—Southern Nat Gas class A com--*
Class B common-....--.--.*
Southern New Eng Telep....100
Southern Union Gas com--—-*

93

52%
4%
4%

3054

28

.*

18

-

90

Power Assn 6% pre*
100
New Haven Water--50
N J A Hud Biv By A Per pref 100
New Jersey Pow A Lt $6 pref-.

preferred

22

touchern Carolina Pow

11154

Ask

26%

Original preferred.....—25
Southern Canada Power

99
18
28

"354
62

30

Preferred
.25
So Jer G El A Tr—See P S Corp
Southwestern Bell Tel pref- - -100
Southwestern G A E 7% pref-100

52

55 preferred
__.———*
Phila Elec Power 8% pref25

12954

*
..*

1454
90%

52
22
82

51
19
80

111
107

99

Duquesne Light 5% 1st preflOO
Federal St A Pleasant Val—25
Monongahela Lt A Pow..—50
Monongahela St By.—- - --50
Phila A Darby—See Phila B T
Phila A Grays—See Phila RT
Philadelphia Elec Co com
*

121

New Eng Gas & Elec Assn—
$554 preferred stamped-*
New Eng Pow Assn com
*
6% preferred
100
New England Pow Co pref—100
New England Pub Ser com..—*

7%

18

Bid

Stocks

99%

,8*

55 preferred
—
-*
6% cum preferred
——50
56 cum pref
—-*
Allegheny Traction.
-60
Citizens Traction
------50
Consolidated Trac pref—--50

12%
86
115

Par

South Calif Edison common...25
5% % preferred series O—.-25
6% preferred series B
25

76

101

110%
89%
52%

Penna Telephone $6 pref-----100
Pennsylvania Water & Pow..--*
People's GL4C (Chic)-----100
9154
7 % Peoples Light A Power com A..*
C ommon class B—
*
54 54
Preferred—
.....—..*
156
10454 Peoples Water A Gas preferred..
Peoria Water Works 7% pref-100
n3H Phila
29
City Pass—See Phila B T
——*
754 Philadelphia Co com

Light—
—

99
99

68

National Gas A Elec com..—10
National Power A Light com...*

Heat & Power

105%

preferred-.-.-.--

3454

254
26

New Brunswick

Pennsylvania Pow & Lt $7 pref.*
56
55

81

month preceding the ftate of Issue

Ask

74
110%

pref. 100

*
preferred..
——*
,7654
105
Pennsylvania State Water, pref-*

Municipal Service 6% pref...100
Nassau A Suffolk 7% pref—100

Preferred
———100
Newark Consolidated Gas—,. 100

Penna Gas & Elec Co 7 %

67

Montana Power 6% pref
...»
Montreal LH& Pow Cons—..*
33%
Montreal
Telegraph
....40 r 68
Montreal Tramways com—.100 r 00
Mountain States Power com...4'
6
7%
preferred-100
51
Mountain States Tel A Tel.. 100
153
Montana Power 6% pref
*
10354

$6 preferred
—.—■.*
Nebraska Power 7% 1st pref 100
Nevada-Calif Electric—
Common.......
..100

Bid

Par

Stocks

il*

14

........

possible for the closing day of the

Ask

65
7454
104

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

are as near as

STOCKS

UTILITY

PUBLIC
Quotations for all securities

r

3%
354
20
92
97
101

35
35

215
94

99
103

97

99

116
15

118
18
42

35

Dec. 1 at $11.

Under the

heading "Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities" we include all issues which do not appear
previous three headings, namely "Railroads" "Investing Companies" and "Public Utilities."
In the
case of stocks, however,
we put "Textile Manufacturing," "Insurance," "Mining," "Real Estate and
Land,"
"Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Companies" under
separate heads, then follow with the rest of the
under the

"Industrial and Miscellaneous."
NOTICE—All

bond

prices

Bonds

Bid

—

Deb

3s^to

1946--F&A

Bonds

104 *

80 *

Cons M

80%

6s

1955

*

-

New 3-6s 1943
50
Amer Colortype 6s 1942
100
F&A
Amer Dept St's (Pa) 6s *48--J&D /
47

'47-J&D /
J&D

Conv deb 5*s 1949M&N
Amer International Corp—
Conv 5*s 1949
i
J&J
Amer La France & Foamite—

5*% notes 1956

101 %

106*
107

53
53
53

J&D/

75
101

American Type Founders Inc—,
fir
Conf s f deb 2*-5s 1950—J&J
169
Am Wire Fabrics 1st 7s '42--M&S f 100
Amer Writ Paper 1st 6s 1947 J&J f
73*

99

104

106*
114

122
171

74*
74*

38%

39*

40*

42

106*

1st

s

f 6s

(San Fran) 1942. J&D

s

f 6s (Los Ang) 1942--J&D

97 *
98 *

'39-M&N

Armour & Co of Delaware—
1st M 20-yr 4s ser B 1955.F&A

100*
104%
106%

Arnold Print Wks 6*s 1941-A&0 f 68
Asbestos Corp inc 6s 1941—J&J
108
Associated Mtge Co 2-6s 1953
52%
Associated Rayon 5s 1950
J&D
99%
Atl Gulf & W Indies SS Lines—■
Coll tr g 5s Jan 1 1959
J&J

100*

105*

Conv deb 4*s 1939
J&J
Autocar Co 7s ext 1947
M&N
Baldwin Locomotive Works—

86 %
98%
f 170

/ 170
/ 162

6s ex-warrants stamped 1938
1st g 5s 1940
M&N
5s assented 1940
-

109

54

100*

101*
110

64

162

105*
94*

175*

19471:1—J&J

Barber & Ross 6*s 1937
Bates Valve Bag Corp—

105%
105

Bayway

70

100*

1st mtge 6*s 1946
J&J
9
Certificates of deposit—
8
Beattie Sugar 7*s 1943 ctfe. J&D f
57
Bedford Pulp & Paper 6*s 1942- f'lOO
____

Beech Creek O & C 5s 1944—J&D
Beneficial Loan Soc 6s B 1939 Q-J
6s profit share deb

1956— .Q-J

Berke/ & Gay Furn 6s stpd 1941- /

98
107
107

18

143

150

101*

102*

5

6

-

series

72

9*
10

100
110
110
20

Deb




104

104)
72

& Basis.

5s

1943

with

94

101

warr__J&D

101*
103*

8 f 5s 1942.
M&S
First Bohemian Glass Works—
1st secured 7s 1957J&J

103*
94

Follansbee Bros 5s 1947
J&D
Forest Lawn 1st s f 6s 1949--J&D

54

100
100

94*
107

90*
105

Certificates of deposit--

French Nat Mail SS Lines 6s '52
Frick-Reid Supply 6s 1943--J&D

105

Gen Amer

95*

Corp—

1st mtge s f

{ ft*

5*s 1947

67
36

101

101

100*

!

ser

15-year deb 3*s 1951
19

97*
68

Transport 4s 1940-J&J

10-year deb 3s 1946

103*

M&S

A_ J&J

Gen Elec (Germany) 7s'45-J&J15 f
40
Deb 6*s 1940-J&D /
40
Debsf 6s 1948
L. M&N / 42*
(Jen Finance conv deb 5s '48.F&A
112
Gen Motors Acceptance Corp—

65
101

124
104

/

3% notes 1941-1942
J&J
General Bronze deb 6s '40--M&N
General Gable

103*

100*

99

74

Franklin Coal Co 7s ws 1949.J&J / 25
Fraser Co 6s Jan 1 1950
103

Gelsenkirchen Mining Co—
6-yr 6% notes 1934

93*

118

/ 120

101*

i5o*

100*

107*

6s 1956

Gair (Robt) income notes 6s 1972

60

83

54

Framerican Ind & Dev Corp—
Deb 7*s 1942
J&J
Francisco Sug 7*s 1942.M&N15

94*
94*

28*
77*

s f 6s
stamped 1961
M&S
Firestone Cotton Mills 5s '48M&S
Firestone Tire & Rub of Calif—

100

99*
99*
99*
20

,

Flour Mills of America Inc—
Conv g 6*% notes 1946-A&0

—F&A

F&A

Gen Rayon deb 6s 1948 w w. J&D
Gen Stl Oast 1st 5*s '49 w w.J&J
Gen Steel ware 6s Nov 1 1952
Gen Theat Eq deb 6s 1940-A&O
Certificates of deposit--

104*

422^

/

69
95*

103*
40
,

40

Gen

J&J

'46.J&D15

'

Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s '63A&0
Federal Sugar Ref 6s ctf '33 M&N
Fiat s f deb 7s 1946.
J&J
Finland Residential Mtge Bank

103

Consol Mach Tool 7s 1942—J&D f
Oonsol Oil s f deb 3*s 1951-J&D
103*
Consol Paper Corp 5*s 1961

-----...

24 at 103.

102*

99*

Cum inc 6s 1950
:
F&A
Cum inc 6% notes 1950--F&A /
Consolidated Laundries—
Extended 6*s 1941
—A&O

Container Corp 1st 6s

143

,|

Textile 1st 8s 1941--J&D
Consolidation Coal Co—

J&D

Farmers Mfg Co 3*s 1953- -M&S

Deb g 5*s 1948 ser A—M&S
103
Connor Lumb & Land 6s '41 M&N / 71
Oonsol Biscuit 1st 5*8 B '46 M&S
99*

Consol

3*s 1940-1942.J&D

1st & coll 4*s 1951

92
158

141

104*

J&D

104*

1st & coll 3s 1937-1939.—J&D

1st & coll

Q-F
93*
Q-M
6s series AO 1952
93*
Q-J
Colo Fuel & Iron s f 5s 1943. F&A f 106*
Income 5s 1970
/ 90
Colo Indus 1st 5s A & B 1934 F&A / 103
Commander-Larabee Corp—
1st mtge 6s 1941
J&J / 95
Commercial Credit 3*s 1951—
101*

1st 5*s ser O 1946
101* Consol Cement Corp—

83*

20-year 4s s f deb 1956--J&D
Famous Players Canadian—

107*
90

24
28

Fairbanks Morse & Co—

L99*
99*
99*
93*

5s 1950
f
Consumers Co 1st 6s 1946—J&J /

t Negotiability impaired,,by maturity,

W*
36
98

102

Invest Trust Corp—
Debenture 3*s 1951
J&J
Comraerz-und Privat-Bk Germ'y)

11*
23

F&A

1st lien 7s 1967 ser O
M&S
Everlastik Inc 1st 7s 1937.M&N

93

-

60

51

60*

1954

93

101*

6s series AA 1953
6s series AB 1948

77
72

89*

126

70

Cleve-Cliffs Iron 4*s 1950.M&N
Cleve Tractor conv 5s 1945.M&N
Collateral Bankers Inc— •
7s series A & B I960
Q-F
7s series O 1959—
—Q-M
7s series D 1956
Q-J

38*

1st & coll tr 5*s 1942—A&O
Erie Elec Motors 5s 1941

European Mtge & Invest—
1st lien 7*s 1966 ser B—F&A

J&J

B

102
*
103

t/ 40*

Ernesto Breda 7s

103"
94

Copper Co deb 5s 1947-J&J

98*

Eastern Dairies 6s May 1 1949—
Eastern Mfg 7s ser A 1938--J&D f
Eaton Paper 1st 5*s 1943.M&N
Elk Horn Coal 1st 6*s 1931.J&D
/
7% notes 1931
J&D /
Empire Oil & Refg Co—

125*

1st 8s 1941—M&N

Childs Co deb 5s 1943
A&O
Chilean Nitrate inc 5s 1968--J&D

Small

100

115

1st mtge sink fund 6s 1942-J&D
Eastern Car Co Ltd 6s 1952.J&J
Eastern Cuba Sug 7*s '37-M&S
Certificates of deposit

105*
11*

M&S
M&S

-

Sinking fund 5s 1960

ec.

99*

107

28*
101

Dominion Textile 4*s '55--M&S
106
Donnacona Paper 1st 5*s'48F&A
92
1st 3-4-4*8 1956
F&A / 80
Driver Harris Co—

120*

105

'

(Jac) Pack 1st 6s '42.M&N
Coal 1st s f 5s 1940
M&N

Cum inc deb 6s 1955
M&S
Dominion Tar & Chemical Co—
Deb 4*s ser A 1951
M&N

loo""

50

-

Farm Lnsf6s Oct 15'60 A&O 15

Dold
Dom

J&D

Chicago Stk Yards 5s 1961-A&0

Chile

10
45

-

,

56*

120
120
104*

95

"

101

5* % notes'37(Am pt ctf)M&N /
Commonwealth Subsidiary Gorp-

21

1942——F&A
Terminal—
ex-warr

30*

108

105

102)
103)

M&S

Davidson Chem 6*s 1937—A&O / 45
De Bardeleben Coal
Corp—
1st mtge 6s 1953
J&D
15
Certificates of deposit.'
14*
Deep Rock Oil 7s 1937
M&S /
88
Detroit Times deb 6s to '43.M&S
101
Deutsche Bank (Berlin)—
6% notes (Am part ctfs)..M&S
Stamped (Mar '33 coup on) '35 t/43
6s extended 1938
M&S f
41*
Deutsche Rentenbank—

100*

106*

174* Commercial
163
164

Baragua Sugar Estates—

Deb 6s

99

Cons Rubb 6s '46-A&0
Internat Paper—

M&N 15
J&D
Chic Pneumatic Tool Co—
Deb s f 5*s 1942
A&O

104*
106*
69*

60

Conv deb 5*s 1943—M&N
Auburn Automobile—

6s

55*
94*

Bakeries 6*8 '45.M&S
Canners Ltd 4s'51M&N

Clearfield Bit Coal 4s 1940--J&J

/

101*

104
107

36*

f deb 4s 1950-

5s 1945
5s 1946

140

29

Conv col 5s 1947
Conv col 5s 1944

83*

Atlanta Laundries 6*s w w 1943- f 21
Atlantic Ice Mfg 6s 1945
67
F&A
Atlantic Refg deb 5s 1937
J&J
103
Atl Sug Ref 1st s f 4s '51-—M&N
100
Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine—
6% conv notes 1945
M&S
107
Atlas Pipeline Corp 6s 1945-M&N
62

Cum inc deb

100*

s

6s 1943
6s 1944

103
105

—

Armour & Co—Real estate
1st gold 4*s 1939 opt
J&D
Armstrong Cork deb 4s 1950.J&J

Conv

38
110

Central Steel

97*

1st

-

63"

A&O

Certain-teed Prod Corp—
Deb sf 5*s 1948
M&S
Cespedes Sugar 7*s Sept 1 '39—
Champion Pap Corp 6s T45—F&A
Champion Paper & Fibre Co—
4*s s f deb 1950M&S
Chateaugay Ore & Iron—
Guar gold 4s 1942
J&J
Chesapeake Corp—

,•

Without warrants

75
68

109*

6*s 1952

106*
104*

Dairyland Inc 1st s f 5s 1946.M&S
Dairymen's League 6s 1939
6s 1941

85

Gen mtge 5s 1941-Central Ry Term & Cold Storage

/.

J&J /

6s with warrants 1938
6s w w stamped 1938

61

105*

Deb 6s 1954
Central Foundry Co—
1st mtge 6s 1941

102

Sink fund income deb 1967 J&J

Gen conv 6s 1950
Atlas Plywood Corp—

115

106*

,^70

15-yr deb 5s with warr '50M&N
Carthage Marble 6*s 1942
/
Cassco Corp inc 6s 1949—M&S /
Celotex Co deb 6s 1936
M&N /
6*s series A 1939
J&D /
Celotex Corp 6*s 1944
J&D

142

73%

w w

100

/70
/66

97*

Deb 6s 1940 with warr
M&S k 101)
Crucible Steel Co deb 5s '40.M&N
102)
Cuban Tobacco 5s 1944
J&D
77

Carriers & General Corp—

Certificates of deposit
/
Amoskeag Mfg 6s 1948
J&J f
Anaconda Copper Mining Co—
Sink fund deb 4*s 1950--A&O
Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate—

Apex Oil Corp 6 *s

15-yr 4s s f Nov 1 1950—M&N
Crown Willamet Pap 6s '51—J&J
Crown Zellerbach Corp—

J&J
100*
Canadian Nat Steamships—
25-yr guar 5s 1955
M&S
119*
Canadian Vickers 6s Aug 1 194798*
Caribbean Sugar 7s stmp 1941
/ 17*

76
102

102*
99*
66*

Cudahy Packing 3*s A '55.M&S

Canada SS L deb 5s *43—F&A15
1st & gen M 6s 1941 ser A_A&0

106%

98 J
103 J
American Rolling Mill—
Sinking fund aeb 5s 1948--J&J
103*
10-yr convdeb 4*s 1945-M&N t
Amer Seating 6s stamped 1946
106
Am Tobacco deb 4s 1951----F&A
111
Debenture 6s 1944
A&O 1-121

r

77*
75*

J&J

Canadian
Canadian
Canadian
Canadian

110%

Amer Radiator deb 4*s '47-M&N

Anthony (E C)—

91

1st M 6s 1949

Am Lime & Stone 5*s '51
M&S
Am Mach & Metals 4s 1943--J&J

Antilla Sugar Estates—
Income deb 6s 1951

89
58

58

Camaguey Sugar 7s ctfs 1942

87""

74
58

Crowley Milner & Co—
Deb 5*s 1946
M&N
Crowell Publishing 6s 1939
Crown Cork & Seal Co Inc—

112

M&N

Cons deb 5s 1940

90

100*

'48.Q-F

104*

Canada Biscuit 6*s 1946—M&N
Canada Bread 6s 1941
F&A
Can Cementlst4*sserA'51 M&N

55""

106

39*
39*

Bldg 1st 5s *60--A&O t/ 56

By-Products Coke Corp—
1st M 5*s 1945 ser A
Byron Jackson—
Conv deb 4*8 1945
California Packing Corp—

99*

Cosgrove Meehan Coal 6*s 1945.
Crane Co 3*s s f deb 1951. J&D
Cream's of Am deb 5s w w'46 F&A
Credit Service deb 6s w w

99*

106
97

F&A

Butler Brothers 5s 1945
F&A
Butterick Pub 6% notes '39-A&O

95

110*

M&S

A&O
J&J

Cons g 5s Jan 1955

199

106

(Copenhagen)

Bush Terra 1st 4s 1952

100%

40
86

A&O

15-yr s f extl 6s 1940
J&J
Burns Bros deb 5s A 1961—M&S
Burns & Co Ltd 1st s f 5s 1958 J&J
Income 5s 1958
J&J

Bush Term

106

Copley Press 5*s 1943
&A
Cosden Oil Corp 1st 6s 1938.M&N
Gen lien 6s 1938
M&N

76*
74*

M&N

15-yr s f deb 3 *s 1950
Budd (E G) Mfg 6s ext 1941

84""

:

Copley Cement Mfg 6s '41—A&O

105*

103*

M&N

Gen 8 f 7s 1950
Brown Co 1st 5*s 1946
1st 5*s 1950 ser B
Brown Shoe Co Inc—

28

92*

150

76

'

96*

106*
Amalgam'd Sugar 1st 7s '37- A&O
104
Amer Aggregates Corp—
Deb 6s '43 ser A with war-F&A /
50
Without warrants.-/ 50

Amer Dept St's (Del) 6s
Amer Ice Co deb 5s 1953
Amer I G Chem Corp—

1st 6s 1950

Burmeister & Wain

100*
100 *

142

British Am Oil deb 4s 1945--M&S
British Columbia Pulp & Paper—

84*

Continental Roil & Steel Fdy—
1st M conv 8 f 6s 1940
J&D

105)
100)
105*
98*

D '60--J&J

ser

Bid

Paper & Bag 5s '60—

117

105*
Botany Cons Mills 6*s '34.A&O t/ 39*
Certificates of deposit
/ 39

28

198

4*s

.-

80

95

♦

f

Bonds
Continental

115

Beth Steel Corp 4*s to 1941 J&J
3 *s series E 1966
A&O
Boston Sand & Gravel 7s 1939
Boston Wharf 1st 4s 1941
A&O

103%

193tfto^45_A&0

Alberta Pacific Grain 6s 1946 J&J
Algoma Steel 1st 5s 1962
A&O
Allied Mtg inc coll 2-5s 1953. J&D
Allied St's Corp deb 4*s '50-A&O
Debenture 4*s 1951—
Allis-Chalmers Mfg Go—
Conv deb 4s 1945
M&N
Alpine Montan Steel Corp—
1st s f 7s 1955
M&S
Aluminum Co debs 5s 1952.-M&S
Aluminium Ltd s f deb 5s '48.J&J

s

Ask

61

-

Penn-Mary Steel 5s 1937--J&J

5*s
103
Advance Bag & Paper 6s '52. J&D /
91
Aeolian Co 6s 193769
Akron Times-Press 1st 6s *45 A&O
101
Alabama By-Prod 6s 1955—J&J
77 *
Alabama Co 6s 1938
M&N
95
Ala Cons Coal & Iron 5s *38. M&N
100
Ala Mills non-cum deb 6s '53 J&D /
50
73
80

Bid

3ethlehem Fdy & Ma 5s'44 A&O
Bethlehem Steel Co—
1st lien & ref 5s 1942
M&N
Purcb money 6s 1998
Q-Feb

102 *

Albany Perf Wrapping Corp—
1st M coll tr 6s 1948
A&O /
6s assented w w 1948
/

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

are as near as

Ask

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Abbotts Dairies deb 6s 1942-M&S
104
Abitibi Power & Paper—
"
1st M 5s 1953 ser A
J&D t/ 80 *
Certificates of deposit
f
Acadia Sugar Ref 4*s 1955.A&O
101
Adams Exp coll tr g 4s 1948-M&S
103 *
Coll tr g 4s 1947
J&D
103*

10-year 4*s debs

"and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds

are

Quotations for all securities