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U6HAW

REG.

U.

S.

RAT.

OFFICE

JULY IN RETROSPECT
Page

Page

Commercial

and

1

Cotton

-

Iron and Steel Trade

14

Market

Course of the Stock

Hides and Leather

9

Financial Events

Money Market

8

7
.15

._

Dividend Declarations

13

New Security Issues

Federal Reserve Bank—Brokers' Loans.

16

Petroleum and Its Products

4
.....17

Foreign Affairs
Foreign Exchange...

8

Grain—Coffee—Sugar

Rubber
Textiles....—

.12

....10

9
9

l

United States Treasury Financing

11

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS
Page

Paga

Baltimore Stock Exchange

62

New York Curb Exchange

44

Boston Stock Exchange

60

New York Stock Exchange—Bonds

21

Chicago Stock Exchange

57

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks

34

Cleveland Stock Exchange

64

Philadelphia Stock Exchange

63

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange

67

San Francisco Stock Exchange

68

-.66

Detroit Stock Exchange
Los

Angeles Stock Exchange

70

Municipal Bonds-

Banks and Trust Companies—

Domestic

Domestic

Canadian

Canadian

Exchange Seats

Public

Federal Land Bank Bonds

Public Utility Stocks...............

Foreign Government Bonds

Railroad Bonds...

Industrial Bonds

Railroad Stocks

Industrial Stocks—

Real

Insurance Stocks

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks.

Investing Companies Securities

Textile Stocks

Joint Stock Land Bank—

Title

Utility Bonds

...

Estate Bonds

...

Guarantee and

Safe

Deposit

Securities

Mill Stocks—see Textile Stocks-

United States Government Securities

Mining Stocks..

United States Territorial Bonds

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at New York, N. Y., under the Act of March 3 1879.

Copyright In 1935 by WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY, In
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Entered

NO. 8

AUGUST 9 1935

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bill, has met strong
opposition and is likely to meet with more before it is either
killed, modified or enacted.
The Utility Holding Company
bill, already passed by the Senate, was passed in a modified
form by the House on July 2, by a vote of 323 to 81; the
latter body, however, eliminated the "death sentence" clause
in the measure, and it was submitted to conference.
The
House on Aug. 1 again defeated the "death sentence" clause
when it rejected a proposal by Representative Rayburn that
the House concur with the Senate in the abolition of holding
bill, like the Utility Holding Company

issued monthly.
Terms for the Chronicle are 515 per annum within the United States
and U. S. Possessions and Territories; $16.50 in Canada; $18.50 in South
and Central America (except Argentina), Spain, Mexico and Cuba, and

of the Commercial 8c

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President Roosevelt Signs

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FINANCIAL

JULY—COMMERCIAL AND
EVENTS

Foremost

during

month were

past

the

President Roosevelt signed the

wrhich,
the

disputes

of

for

provides Federal machinery

he announced,

as

adjudication

of a

the right of labor

over

to

legal right to independent
self-organization would burden or obstruct inter-State com¬
merce."
He hailed the measure as "an important step
toward the achievement of just and peaceful labor relations
organize when "violation of the

The Act is not in full

disputes."

will not stop
operation because,

though it was signed a month ago,

the President has not

Labor Relations Board of three

yet appointed the National
members.

16 the Boston Federal Circuit Court

unconstitutional

gation of power.

culture for cotton

the

was

The opinion was written by Judge Scott
brought by the corporation to escape pay¬

$81,694 levied against it by the Secretary of

ment of

processing and floor taxes.
of

forerunner

numerous

collection of the processing tax

the

injunctions

holding sections of
Agri¬

Adjustment

until

final decision is obtained from the

a

Supreme Court

President Roosevelt asserted the right of the

itself.

ment to bar suits against

suits to recover illegally

it could be proved conclusively

that the tax had not been passed on

is awaited with great
On July 26 the

changes in the present law, was passed in the Senate

Senate

was

among

serve

previously;
Outstanding

Board
This

and

representatives

banks,

Another piece

to

Re¬

of five Federal Reserve

committee, which would

replace

the present

comprised of representatives from each

Reserve

to create

market committee, consisting of the Federal

of the 12

influence

on

Congress

The




carrying

toward

major

labor

it

which final Congressional action

law, on

new

was

when both the Senate and House ap¬

proved a conference report, will be

administered by the quasithe task of mediation

judicial Labor Relations Board, but

continue with the Department of

Industrialists who have opposed the passage of
since it was introduced in Congress are

suits

test

elicit

to

Labor.

the measure

expected to file early

Court ruling on its consti¬

Supreme

a

The measure received the

tutionality.
ate

approval of the Sen¬

June 19, after which it
submitted to conference to adjust several differences.

on

was

May 16 and of the House on

Rules for Federal Road Building Under

President Roosevelt Issues

Work-Relief Program

Roosevelt

President

the

approved regulations to

July 12

on

and at

the $200,000,000 work relief road program,

govern

allotted

25% of the money so
streets in metropolitan areas and on

time ordered that at least

same

for

be used

equal percentage for farm-to-market roads.
also ordered

The President

that 25% of another $200,000,000 to

be spent

crossing elimination, should

second program for grade

in

a

be

expended at the junction of city streets and of secondary
The President said that all State road programs

streets.
must

originate with State Highway Departments,

Public Roads, whence they will be forwarded

the Bureau of
to Washington.

1

,

Roosevelt Signs Bill Prohibiting Shipment of ConvictMade Goods in Inter-State Commerce

President

Roosevelt

President
Asliurst bill,
ucts

which in

submit their programs to the district engineer of

turn must

into

July

on

24

signed

the

Sumners-

prohibiting the shipment of prison-made prod¬

States that have already

forbidden their sale in

competition with goods manufactured by free
bill, which was

labor.

The

approved on July 15 by the House of Repre¬

sentatives without a

record vote, stipulates that none of its

provisions is to be interpreted as applying to goods manu¬
factured in penal institutions for use by the Federal Gov¬
States

ernment.

New

include

The

bill

step

will not stop all

but

disputes,

completed June 27,

vania,

for consideration was a

important

disputes."

securities

of proposed legislation which has been pre¬

an

peaceful labor relations in

"it may eventually eliminate one

that

labor

of

the national credit.

would buy and sell Government

and thus exercise a strong

sented

unanimously reported by

Committee several weeks

the provisions of the bill is the proposal

banks.

set-up

Banking

then sent to conference with the House.

open

warned

also

cause

interest.

Omnibus Banking bill, which provides for

the form in which it had beeii

an

either to the consumer

The Supreme Court's decision on the subject

the farmer.

the

the courts for

collected processing taxes on agri¬

cultural commodities, where

in

Govern¬

itself, but on July 19 the Senate

voted, two to one, to allow citizens access to

many

of the Act

proceeded to carry out the provisions

officials

Treasury

the

Administration; and

as

serve

achievement of just and

The decision
against the

Agricultural Adjustment Act unconstitutional, the

cultural

or

Agri¬

in other parts of the coun¬

Despite the Boston court decision

try.

dele¬

and that it constituted an improper

Wilson in the suit

it

the
industry,"
but he added that its successful operation would require "a
sense of sober responsibility and of willing co-operation" on
the part of employers, labor and the general public.
He
"should

it

said

and conciliation will

of Appeals,
in the case of the Hoosac Mills Corp, against the United
States, ruled that the processing tax levied by the Secretary
of Agriculture under the Agricultural Adjustment Act, was
On July

been signed, the President

statement issued after the bill had

industry," but warned the public that "it

in

all labor

In a

and bargaining.

with labor organization

connection

national character
the following:
On July 5
Wagner Labor Disputes bill

developments

among

July 5 signed the Wagner

on

guaranteeing labor the right to

and

lectively

Bill

Wagner Labor Relations

Labor
bargain col¬
defining certain "unfair labor practices" in

Roosevelt

President

Relations bill,

REVIEW OF

This

"wealth sharing" tax program.

President Roosevelt's

Quotation Record

Bank and

New

will

be protected

Jersey,

under

Massachusetts,

the

bill

Pennsyl¬

Ohio, Illinois and Texas.
measure

by Senator
on

which

York,

June

was

introduced in

Ashurst, of Arizona.

29

by the Senate

the Senate on

May 27

It was reported favorably

Judiciary

Committee with the

MONTHLY

2

bill

the Senate passed the

be passed;

recommendation that it

had been developed rapidly despite a previous adverse
Federal District Court in Louisville.

gram

ruling by a

June 21.

on

REVIEW

announced on July 1 that he had
signed Executive Orders extending the National Labor Rela¬
tions Board, the National Steel Labor Relations Board and
the Textile Labor Relations Board.
The first body was
continued until Aug. 1 and the other two were given indef¬
inite extensions.
All three technically ceased to operate on
midnight June 30.
The boards were created under the
authority given the President by the old National Industrial
Recovery Act, which expired on June 16.
Earlier separate
Executive Orders continued them until June 30.
On July 31 President Roosevelt again issued an Executive
Order extending the life of the NLRB until Sept. 1.
Roosevelt

President

Works

Work Relief Wage Schedules—Permits

Amends

Order

Executive

Administrator to Re-define

Progress

Original Wage-

Scale Regions

President Roosevelt on July

29 issued

an

Executive Order

regulations governing work
The President's amendments were

amending the original rules and
relief wage

schedules.

designed to answer widespread criticism of these schedules
permit elasticity in ironing out inequalities which
have become evident.
The Order permits Harry L. Hopkins,
and to

Progress Administrator, to redefine original wage-

Works

scale regions to prevent the existence of a different set of
rates in two or more communities accustomed to equal wages.
United States Circuit Court of

Unconstitutional—Boston

Appeals Finds AAA Processing Tax
Decision Says Congress Illegally

Delegated Power

New

by U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals at
Orleans—Ruling Sustains Right of Government to Com¬

pete

Extend Life of Labor Relations Boards—Bodies
Had Expired on June 30

Executive Orders

with Private Companies in Sale of

TVA

Held Constitutional

decisions on New Deal legisla¬

The Court's ruling reversed a decision of

private utilities.

Judge W. I. Grubb of the Northern District of Alabama,
annulling contracts between the TVA and the Alabama
Power Co. for the sale of Government power in seven north
to use Public

tion

of

and forbidding Alabama municipalities
Works Administration funds for the construc¬

counties,

Alabama

Administration leaders contended

plants.

power

Appellate Court's ruling constituted a victory for
of the fundamental New Deal policies.
It was antici¬

that the
one

pated, however, that the decision would ultimately be ap¬
pealed to the Supreme Court.
'v
'
The three-judge Circuit Court returned a unanimous rul¬
ing. "It is within the power of Congress," the Court said,
part, "to adopt any reasonable means, whether for lease
or sale, for disposing of the
surplus hydro-electric power
at Wilson Dam.
The use of transmission lines to facilitate
sales cannot fairly be said by the courts to be unreasonable

in

or

inappropriate."

Conflicting Opinions on Validity

of New York Mortgage Act Given
Court Justices

by Two State Supreme

Different

opinions regarding the constitutionality of the
Mortgage Commission of the State of New
recorded July 3 in rulings handed down by two

law creating the

York were

One of the most important

Electric Power

States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals at New
Orleans on July 17 upheld the constitutionality of the Act
creating the Tennessee Valley Authority, and sustained the
Government's right to sell electric power in competition with
The United

Justice William F.

Supreme Court.

justices of the State

tion, aside from those of the Supreme Court, was handed
on July 16, when the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals
at Boston ruled that the processing tax levied by the Secre¬

Bleakley of White Plains said that the law is constitutional.
Justice Leander B. Faber of Mineola, on the same day, gave

tary of Agriculture under the Agricultural Adjustment Act
unconstitutional and represents an improper delegation

mission from taking

down

is

The opinion wTas delivered in the case
Corp. against the United States in a
which the company sought to escape payment of

of

legislative power.

of

the

suit

Hoosac

in

Mills

$81,694 imposed by the Secretary of Agriculture for cotton
processing and floor taxes.
Although this is only one of
approximately 500 similar suits which have been recently
filed, it is anticipated that it will be brought before the
Supreme Court by the Government this fall as a test case to
determine the validity of the processing taxes under the AAA.
Scott Wilson wrote the decision, in which

Judge

Judge

Morris concurred.
The Senior Justice, George
II. Bingham, dissented.
The Court ruled that Congress has
no authority to regulate products which are subject to State
George

F.

control, that the tax was an improper delegation of power,
and, finally, that if the charge is a tax, it is a direct tax,

apportioned, and if an excise, it is not uniform.
The
Court thus reversed a finding several months ago by Judge

not

II.

Elisha

Court in

the District

in

Brewster

favor

of the

Government.

The

Oregon

State Agricultural Adjustment Act was de¬
in
an
opinion handed down on

unconstitutional

6

by

Circuit

opinion, which

was

Bankhead Cotton-Control Act

Ruled Unconstitutional by Judge

Bryant in Federal District Court in Texas

Bankhead

The

tional

Cotton

Control Act

was

unconstitu¬

held

Bryant, in Federal
District Court in Texas.
Judge Bryant, it is stated, signed
an
order granting an injunction against the enforcement
of the Act.
The injunction was granted to D. C. Wallace,
a ginner of Gunter, Tex., who sued on behalf of himself and
July

on

;

the law.
SEC Grants

The

Additional

all other cotton

ginners of Texas.

constitutionality of the amended Bankruptcy Act was
sustained July 2 in a decision by United States District
Judge C. B. Davis of St. Louis, who denied a motion filed
by Porter Wiegand, President of Standard Stamping Co.,
a

Exchange Commission announced on

Securities and

registration until Nov. 5 1935 all securities which are secured
by property now owned or leased by a person who was not
the original issuer.
The exemption applies only where tem¬
porary registration
ties have not been
The

expired on June 30 1935 and the securi¬
permanently registered.

SEC also announced

on

July 13 the adoption of an

By virtue of this amendment,
the Commission
said, securities which were temporarily
registered and for which Form 13 is the appropriate form,
do not need to have an effective statement under the Securi¬

amendment to

Rule AN-8.

5 1935.
Form 13 is the
by insurance companies other than life and
title insurance companies.
A further rule, Rule AN-10, was issued by the Commission
on July 15 exempting from the necessity of registration until
Sept. 13 1935 all securities issued by any national of a foreign
North American country or Cuba for which the filing of
Exchange Act prior to Aug.

applications on Form 10 or Form 11 is now authorized.
exemption applies only where temporary registration
expired on June 30 1935.
The

Over-the-Counter Brokers and Dealers Given Additional Time, to
Oct. 1, to

The

Securities

and

Register with SEC

Commission

Exchange

reorganization plan for his com¬

announced,

July 24, that it had extended until Oct. 1 1935 the date on
and after which registration with the Commission will be
required of brbkers and dealers who transact business on
the over-the-counter markets.

The

to set aside

Certain Securitie

Time for Registering

July 13 the adoption of a rule, Rule AN-9, under the Securi¬
ties Exchange Act of 1934, exempting from the necessity of

19 by Judge Randolph

Bankruptcy Act Held Constitutional by Federal Judge in St. Louis

who sought

lying securities deposited in the Nassau County Trust Co.,
depositary, against issues guaranteed by the Nassau-Suffolk
Bond & Mortgage Guarantee Co.
In his opinion Justice
Faber revealed that he doubted the constitutionality of

form to be used

Judge Winter, of Portland, Ore.
The
given in a suit involving alleged viola¬
tion of the ice cream code, was said to demolish the entire
system of codes built around the State law.

July

restraining the State Mortgage Com¬
possession or control of bonds or under¬

decision temporarily

ties

Oregon AAA Declared Unconstitutional by Circuit Court

clared

a

'

Foreign Bondholder Wins Suit Based

on

Gold Clause Abrogation

C. Knox of New York City on July 18
ordered the St. Louis-Southwestern Railway to pay the gold
Federal Judge John

$16,383 judgment held by the Anglo-Contia corporation in the principality of LichThis was the first suit to be filed in New York

equivalent of

a

nentale Treuhan,

tenstein.

recently approved by the court.
Mr. Wie¬
gand claimed that Section 77-B of the Bankruptcy Act was

in which

inconsistent

The company sought payment in guilders, which
have advanced in value since the devaluation of the dollar,

which

pany

not give

process

with

the

Congress

the

cause

was

section

Constitution

power

to enact

deprives

one

because

such

of

the

latter

did

legislation and be¬

without

property

due

United States Court of

Appeals Holds Federal Housing Program

Invalid—Rules Government Has No Power to

Condemn Land

for Such Purpose

Another

basic

Administration

decision

Court

of Appeals at Cincinnati ruled

lias

was

July 15 when the United

halted by a

States

that the

Circuit

Government

authority to condemn land in furtherance of its lowHarold L. Ickes, Public Works Ad¬
ministrator, immediately announced that the plans for which

cost

no

housing policies.

$249,000,000 in work relief funds have been earmarked would
proceed along different routes.
Mr. Ickes pointed out that
$160,000,000 of work relief money has already been made
available for projects in 50 cities, and said that the pro¬




the

United

the gold

States abandoned

while the railroad had refused payment except in American
The court issued only the

order, and not

an

opinion.

Swiss Firm Loses Suit to Regain Possession of $1,250,000 in Gold
Coin Seized Here
,v;'

C.

Caffey

of

United

States

District
by
the
Uebersee-Finanz-Korporation
Aktien Gesellschaft,
a
Swiss banking firm, to restrain Ladenburg, Thalman & Co.
Judge Francis

program

court

on

foreign bondholder sought to collect on the basis

standard.

dollars.

of law.

a

prevailing before

the

Court at New York City on July 9 dismissed a petition

and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York from

$1,250,000

in

gold

coin

owned

by

the

foreign

under the Gold Reserve Act and the emergency

possessing
company,

banking laws.
Judge Caffey also dismissed another suit for possession of
the gold, but permitted a stay, of 10 days during which a
temporary restraining order against the defendants will be
continued.
The Court pointed out that during this period

the

plaintiff

may

when the House on July 10 approved four amendments
sponsored by Administration supporters.
The Administra¬
tion amendments, and the margins by which they were ap¬
proved, were as follows:

ever,

and the de¬

appeal from the decision
modify the stay.

fendants may seek to

Enjoin Municipalities

Twenty-two Suite Have Been Brought to

Construct Power Projects

Using PWA Funds to

"concerted attack" by

A

municipal

of

construction

,

To

utility companies to prevent the

Administration has resulted
in the filing of 22 court actions, Administrator Harold L.
Ickes announced on July 20.
Referring to a review of the
litigation by Henry T. Hunt, PWA General Counsel, Mr.
Ickes said that in virtually every case the language of the
is

cerned,

similar

so

while in

some

expenditures—162 to
To

"Death

nating
July

on

proposal by Representative Rayburn,
House concur with
Senate in the abolition of holding companies.
Shortly

The
the

passage

of the bill by
had

House

the

on

The

measure

as

approved

by the

Tax Bill,

five

the

taxes

on

bill

,

increase

and

surtaxes

the

papers

sion,

The

bill
to

as

on

on

Administration proposals.




Resolution Outlawing Gold Clause Suits Against

Committee

on

July

12.

The

bill would

forbid

who hold Federal gold clause bonds to seek to collect
on

July 31

that

suits

time within six months after the
passage of the bill.
This amendment was sponsored by Sen¬
ator McAdoo, and was said to be against the wishes of the

the

It had been foreshadowed, how¬

18 approved, by a

88, the Administration's resolution to outlaw

might be filed at any

Administration, which favored the measure already passed

approved

distinct indorsement of

by the Interstate Commerce Commis¬

tk

the
on

House.
Nevertheless, Attorney-General Cummings
Aug. 1 that the McAdoo amendment was "satisfac¬

tory" to the Justice Department, and added that he doubted
that many suits would be filed because the Supreme Court
had already ruled against such claims.
Adoption of the McAdoo amendment by the Senate com¬
was noted as follows in
a Washington dispatch of

mittee

July 31 to the New York "Times":
The amendment was

a

carriers by bus or truck engaged in

except for trucks carrying farm produce or news¬

$1.69 for each dollar of face value.
The Senate Banking and Currency Committee
amended the measure by inserting a provision

Senate

measure

of certificates of public convenience

> •

of $500,000.

Banking

,

as

is

abrogation of the gold clause in contracts. The bill, which
was
introduced" on June 28, was approved by the House

said

regarded

approved

further suits against the Government arising out of the

any

by

was

so

Truck and Bus Systems Under Federal

The House of Representatives on July

The Senate vote was 56 to 19.
provision in the Senate bill permits the TVA to increase
its bond issuing capacity from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000,
with the proceeds used to purchase private utility properties,
to be resold to States and municipalities which desire to
embark on power projects.
The bill as approved by the
House retains the $50,000,000 limit, without power to use
the funds for refinancing the sale of private properties to
The final vote

as

exclusively.

vote of 258 to

by the Senate on May 14.

States.

bill

Within Six Months of Passage

A

cities and

The

Government—Amended in Senate Committee to Permit Suits

individual

passed by the House had been revised
closely with the

July 24 mentioned some of the changes
been unanimously approved by the

have

Committee.

Banking

House Approves

measure

conform more

indefensible

their

which Also would supervise rates and the issuance of securities in

excess

incomes in

creating the Tennessee Valley
Authority was passed by the House on July 11 by a vote
of 277 to 100, and was sent to conference with the Senate.
floor

on

which

These certificates would be issued

House Passes TVA Bill in Form Desired by Administration—Meas¬

A bill to amend the

bill

inter-State Commerce,

persons
with

The suggestion to establish
he declared, "was so repug¬

abandon

to

The measure would require issuance

value of the corporation's stock as of 1934.

Conference

convenient

it

and necessity to all common or contract

75% on incomes
above $5,000,000, and a new graduated corporation income
tax of 13%% to 14%% would be imposed instead of the
present flat rate of 13%%. The excess profits tax would be
applied to all corporate profits above 8% on the declared

Sent to

the following day.

on

place the bus and truck systems
under Federal supervision comparable to that
over the railroads was approved on Aug.
1
by the House of Representatives by a vote of 193 to 18.
The bill as passed by the House was only slightly different
from that previously approved by the Senate, and hence its
advocates were hopeful Aug. 2 that differences would soon
be adjusted in conference and the measure sent to President
Roosevelt for his signature.
The principal provisions of
the House bill were summarized as follows in a Washington
dispatch of Aug. 2 to the New York "Times":

incomes above $50,000, with taxes as high as

ure

Banking

of the country
now exercised

.

formulated in committee contains

accumulated wealth

would

Omnibus

Administration's

An Administration bill to

Designed to Raise $270,000,000

One of the chief new items is an in¬
heritance tax on inheritances of more than $50,000 by blood
relatives and $10,000 by others, and a gift tax to prevent
The

the

House Passes Bill to Place

higher brackets.

evasions.

on

July 24, when Senator Glass denounced pro¬

by a vote of 271 to 110 in the form desired by Marriner S.
Eccles, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board.

principal tax provisions, each of which is designed to

increase
the

as

final vote was
an amendment
plan was spon¬
was offered as
voted down *by

original purposes and intent of the Federal
System that those who propounded the suggestion

Senate

formally reported to the House on July 30

The bill

De¬

radically different from that passed by the House on May 9

publicans voting in the negative.
Democrats on the Ways and Means Committee on July 31
agreed that corporation gifts and contributions which could
be exempted from taxation under the new measure would be
limited to 5% of the corporation's net income.
Representative Doughton, Chairman of the Ways and
Means Committee, introduced the tax bill in the House on
July 30, and said that he would press for speedy action on
measure.

Proposed Amendment

banking system.

Senator Glass
in

by the Ways and Means Committee, which voted 17 to 7
on the bill.
The vote was along party lines, with the Re¬

the

Which Goes to Conference

the

found

soon

The House of Representatives on July 30 began considera¬
a new tax bill designed to raise $270,000,000 annually.
was

The House vote was in line with a

attitude."

tion of

measure

a

voice

Control—Measure Goes to Conference with Senate Committee

Annually

The

to

Reserve

!

lock and would "tie their hands."

:

bank in Washington,

central

nant

ported the House bill, although he warned that its passage
would throw the conference committees into a hopeless dead¬

New

a

chemicals below production
vigorously opposed the in¬

Senate

the

exposition
a

into "integrated public utility systems."
After its passage by the House the bill went into conference
with the Senate.
The bill approved by the latter body was
sponsored by the President and called for compulsory dis¬
solution of all unessential utility holding companies beyond
the first degree by 1942.
The House passed the bill on July 2 after it had first de¬
feated by a vote of 312 to 93 a Republican motion to recom¬
mit the bill to committee.
Representative Rayburn, Chair¬
man
of the House Interstate Commerce Committee, sup¬
structures

Considers

on

posals for creating a central Government bank.
Senator
Glass, who is in charge of the bill in the Senate, opened its
consideration with an address on July 24 and continued his

broad discretionary powers to the Securities
and Exchange Commission to simplify utility holding com¬

House

out

carry

July 26 passed and sent to conference the
extending Government control over

on

bill began on

House grants

pany

or

Committee—Defeats

Senate debate

day

(July 2) rejected the Senate measure, and by a vote of 258 to
substituted therefor the bill of the House Interstate
Committee.

might

59 to 10.

the vote

same

power

Before the
overwhelmingly defeated
designed to establish a central bank.
This
sored by the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin and
an
amendment by Senator Nye.
It was

147

Commerce

it

Banking bill,

nation's

the

taken

the measure by a vote of 323 to 81, eliminated
clause.
This action was opposed by
after

House

The Senate

sentence"

came

sell

to

President Roosevelt had

Omnibus

ing its passage by the House on July 2 in a modified form
from that approved by the Senate on June 11.
The House,

indicated

that

signed to Establish Central Bank

approved, by a vote of 183 to 172, a
Huddleston that "outsiders" be
barred from further House-Senate conferences on the bill.
The bill has been in conference since early July, follow¬

Roosevelt.

1937

with

by Representative

"death

so

section which would have forbidden the TVA after

a

Senate Passes Omnibus Banking Bill

afterward the House

the

tributaries

by the Military Affairs
Committee, so as to make it conform to the measure passed
by the Senate, which reflected Administration policies.

of the authors of the bill, that the

President

its

drive to amend the bill, as reported

of 210 to 155 rejected a

which passed

and

developing the Tennessee basin—accepted

of

sertion of this section.

Companies bill, and on the same day instructed
of Administration spokes¬
men, not members of Congress, at further conferences with
the Senate on the measure.
The House by a roll-call vote

motion

River

program

1

costs.

Holding

the

transmission

Administration gained a victory on June 10 in the
important test on the compromise TVA bill when the
House, by a vote of 98 to 67, accepted an amendment elimi¬

its conferees to forbid the presence

one

power

The

Aug. 1 defeated for a
"death sentence" clause in the Utilities

of Representatives
the

time

TVA

120.

first

Sentence" Clause

second

power

over

vote.

instructions emanat¬

Utility Holding Company Bill—Eliminates

The House

to sell

control of the Comptroller-General

provision barring TVA construction of

a

Tennessee

"unified"

ing from some central source."
House Passes

would be forced

TVA control of the erection of all dams and appurtenant works

give

the

on

TVA

production costs after July 1 1937—98 to 67.

substantially duplicating existing private lines—130 to 102.

To

indicating

instances it is identical,

that the bills "are drafted on forms or

eliminate

lines

constitutional questions are con¬

far as

limitation under which

a

liberalize proposed rigid

To

grants from the Public Works

bills

remove

chemicals at not lees than

or

projects with loans and

power

3

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MONTHLY

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'

ward the bill,

by

a

accepted by

a

vote of 12 to 5 and immediately after¬

with this change included,

vote of 11 to

7.

was

ordered reported to the Sen*t«

Later in the day the bill

was

reported.

4

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MONTHLY REVIEW
that the Navy Department had taken up the strike situation
with the company on July 29, while Secretary of the Navy

By the same division, 11 to 7> the committee rejected an amendment by
suits within six months after maturity of a Govern¬

Senator Gore to permit

ment

obligation.

Swanson

President Roosevelt on July 31

,

signed the Army Promo¬
almost half of the commissioned officers
one rank, and estimated to cost $705,000 for this fiscal year.
The Senate on July 31 agreed to House changes in the meas¬
ure and sent it to the White House immediately, where it
was signed by the President, thus making promotions ef¬
fective Aug. 1. The Senate on July 31 also concurred with
the House in passing the McGill bill to restore full pension
benefits to veterans of the Spanish-American War. The com¬
,

Deficiency Bill, Appropriating
Governmental Activities

$300,000,000

Executive Vice-President of the company,
July 23 that 552 former employees returned to work,
including 202 sub-foremen, timekeepers and other salaried
men.
John Green, Executive Secretary of. the Camden,
N. J., local of the Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of
America, said that only 320 men entered the yards and that
273 were salaried men.
The normal operating staff of the
said

for

on

plant is about 4,600.

Appropriation bill, carrying more
$300,000,000 for governmental activities not covered
by earlier legislation, was passed by the Senate on July 24
The second Deficiency

than

without

International Currency Problems

Bankers and business men found no surcease in

The Senate wrote into the bill about

record vote.

a

difficulties of a

Adds

Cost

of

Post

French political and financial crisis of June was overcome
successfully, and progress was made in that country when

Office

Department

issued, on July 16, a series of 29 de¬
designed to balance the national budget and avoid
devaluation of the franc.
But apprehensions regarding
France were hardly allayed before a new crisis appeared in
The Netherlands.
Efforts by Premier Hendryk Colijn to
achieve a budgetary balance by means of curtailments in
Government expenditures met resistance at the hands of the
leading parties in Holland, and Premier Colijn resigned,
July 26.
But after an unsuccessful attempt by the Catholic
party leader to organize a new regime, Premier Colijn was
recalled and the danger to the guilder was averted by post¬
Premier Pierre Laval

The Senate oh July 29
with the House

a

approved and sent to conference
bill designed to fix a 40-hour week for postal

crees,

employees.
The measure provides that postal clerks re¬
quired to work on Saturdays shall receive compensatory
time allowances the following week.
Railroad mail clerks
would work an average of not more than eight hours a day
for 254 days a year.
Relief Rolls

United States

Dropped Extra-Seasonally in June—

249,897 Less Persons Supported by Federal Government

relief

Federal

declined extra-seasonally

rolls

during the

month of June,

Harry L. Hopkins, Works Progress Admin¬
istrator, announced on July 13. In May the Federal Govern¬
ment supported wholly or in part 2,070,640 families and

ponement of the debate on
crisis resulted, however, in an
has

and added that the cost of
relief fell $4,450,459.
Mr. Hopkins attributed the declines
to advances in private business, although warmer weather

Pressure against the Italian
of the extensive
preparations for war with Ethiopia. Italian imports of war
materials have increased steadily and rapidly, but payments
have been found troublesome even though the Italian authori¬
ties requisitioned all foreign exchange holdings of their
the

Thousands of

lira

Thousands Off Relief Rolls—Told to

Throw

Take Jobs

as

Farm Hands

who have been receiving

public relief
dropped from the
relief rolls this week and informed that they must seek
jobs, particularly in the harvest fields, where farmers have
been complaining of a shortage of laborers.
Governor Tom
Berry of South Dakota and Relief Administrator M. A.
Kennedy on July 22 closed all relief offices in the State to
force 25,000 men on relief rolls to accept harvest jobs.
Farmers had complained that grain was rotting in the fields
because of

lack of farm hands.

a

Michigan,

made

States

in mid-Western

payments

in

men

while

General Strike

for

were

Similar action

lowering

relief

was

use

of 60,000

in

Terre Haute, Ind., Is

were

The

sympathy
been

on

with
strike

paralyzing

on

been

brought

and

into the plant,

Secretary

of

York Shipbuilding

Corp.

Strike Forecast

Perkins—Communists

Charged

by

with

President

Roosevelt.

Navy Department
officials were also reported to be seeking methods to end the
walkout, since work on three cruisers and four destroyers,
costing more than $50,000,000 has been held up since May
13.
The shipyard workers struck for higher wages.
Presi¬
dent Roosevelt after his press conference on July 31 said




toward

for

An

on

adopted

a

resolution

their currencies

world

economic

also called for action in

with

the New York
conference

session

to stabilize

so

calling upon govern¬
that progress can be

recovery,

Similar

efforts

gathered
problem
of impressing upon their governments the need for action.
"There is a great difference between passing resolutions in
these delightful surroundings and following them up in a
practical and effective way," said Eliot Wadsworth, head
of the American delegation.
The various national delega¬
tions were urged to take aggressive action within their own
countries toward the desirable end of currency stability.
Dr. Frederick F. van Ylissingen, President Of the Chamber,

Instigating Walkout

early settlement of the 11-week strike at the plant of
Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J., was forecast
Aug. 1 by Secretary of Labor Perkins after a White House

governments that willlead to stability
order of things.
The International

have been made in the phst, and the industrialists
at Paris paid more than passing attention to the

reported after the arrival of the troops,

Labor

international currency
throughout the world are clamoring for

established

made

and

not serious.

Early End of New

an

ments

industry in Vigo County, in which Terre Haute is situ¬
ated, city and county officials requested the declaration
of martial law, and Governor McNutt of Indiana on July 22
ordered 2,000 Indiana National Guardsmen into the city.
was

men

action by their

closing

the general strike forced cessation of virtually all business

was

statistics.

Chamber of Commerce met at Paris late in June, and in its

and

Some violence

indicated

new

some

this resulted in the calling of a general sympathetic walkout,
in which it was estimated 60,000
persons participated.
After

but this

was

chaos, business

employees of the company who 'had
since March, when they demanded union

had

crisis

Faced with these trying problems of

600

strikebreakers

foreign investments, preparatory to
The severity of the Italian ex¬

manner.

crosure in the official

July 22 in

recognition and the closed shop.
The employers were will¬
ing to recognize the union but refused to accede to the
closed shop dcmaid.
Early in July, labor organizers in Terre Haute charged
that

consequence

in the Reich is attributed quite

Union, announced that a truce had been reached between
employees and officials of the Columbian Enameling &
called

all

a

campaign of the Nazis against Jews and Catholics
generally to a desire on the
part of the Fascist leaders to divert attention from growing
discontent within Germany.
Highly significant is an admis¬
sion
in
the
"Deutscher
Volkswirt,"
which reflects the
opinions of Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, that a huge floating debt
has been incurred by the German authorities without dis-

Ended After

A general strike which had lasted for 48 hours,

was

similar

as

July 22, when a decree was
of Italy to disregard the 40%
requirement in gold against note circulation.
It is evident
that devaluation of the lira may be involved in the current
Italian crisis, and already various kinds of lire are quoted
on international markets, some of them at substantial dis¬
counts from nominal parity.
Also of great importance are
indications that German financial troubles are thickening.

business and industry in Terre Haute, Ind., and leading to
the proclamation of martial law, was called off on July 23,
after Max Schaeffer, Vice-President of the Central Labor

The general strike

a

acute

listed

and

in

change

Promises of Federal Mediation

Stamping Co.

become

has

issued permitting the Bank

taken

rolls

gold exchange standard.

citizens

States.

other

in

plans

few

remaining gold standard countries several others appeared
which bode ill for some of the currency units that are on

in reducing expenses.

Mid-Western States

been diminished to just that extent.

In addition to these incidents of direct concern to the

drop of 249,897 individuals,

also aided

The

budgetary curtailment.

immense loss of gold and the
ability of Holland to resist similar incidents in the future

single persons, while in June the number dropped to 2,003,073,
or a decrease of 3.3%.
Relief officials said this indicated
a

introduced into this situa¬

tion, and July, far from being an exception to the rule, wit¬
nessed an unusual number of unsettling developments.
The

Week for Postal Employees—

Annual

$22,000,000 to

month new troubles are

every

ing system for the Senate and House office buildings.
Measure

July from

gold bloc currencies, or from the
chaotic foreign exchange situation.
Almost

the recurrent crises of the

$7,000,000 more than the amount voted by the House, in¬
cluding an appropriation of $2,550,000 for an air-condition¬

Senate Passes Bill Setting 40-Hour

on

M. Kaltwasser,

$46,285,000.

Passes

Shipbuilding Corporation had reopened its yard

The

July 23 in an effort to resume operations.
The reopening
was
not attended by serious disorders, although 3,000
strikers picketed the gates of the company's plant.
Carl

bined cost of the two measures in the next year was esti¬

Senate

"a dozen letters insisting that they proceed with

construction."
On July 29 John F. Metten, President of the company, told
a sub-committee of the House Labor Committee that Com¬
munism was behind the walkout.
'

tion Bill, advancing

mated at

told reporters the Department had written the

company

Congress Approves Two Army Bills, Adding $46,285,000 to Govern¬
ment Coat Next Year-—President Roosevelt Signs Army Pro¬
motion Measure—Other Bill Enlarges Spanish War Benefits

,

the

the form of

a

"veritable campaign

of enlightening public opinion."
Of some importance, in this connection, were rumors in
the chief European centers early last month that the lead¬
ing ^European central bank governors had reached an agree¬
ment to act in common against currency speculators, if any
further attacks against specific units should arise.
In one
purpose

instance it
of the
British

almost
ments

reported that Montagu Norman, Governor
England, had pledged employment of the
Exchange Equalization Fund for the support of
was

Bank

any

of

currency

unquestionably

which shows weakness.
are

Such state¬

grossly exaggerated, but it would

that the directors of the Bank for International
Settlements, who also are the Governors of the larger central
banks, agreed at Basle, July 7, to make speculative opera¬
appear

The Bank

against currencies as difficult as possible.

tions

in June to halt gold loans, which are
an essential part of the mechanism of currency speculation,
while the Bank of France took similar action.
In other
of England took steps

Jean

month was routine.

respects the B. X. S. meeting last

Tannery, Governor of the Bank of France, issued a state¬
ment in which he declared that France would uphold the
franc

bitter

the

to

to the

but he added nothing new

end,

situation.

^

Deflate

France Begins to

of
the power to govern by decree granted to him early in June
by the French Parliament, on the plea that such extraor¬
dinary measures were necessary in order to save the franc
Premier

from

Laval

Pierre

finally

made

The

devaluation.

second

a

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MONTHLY

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revolution steps in; when the Government is
courageous, it
is possible to keep the national finances
healthy," M. Laval
declared.
He suggested that a sound currency and domestic
order

France

situation in

was

it is evident that M. Laval
felt quite uncertain about the popular reaction to stringent
deflationary steps.
He temporized and delayed until after
the Bastille Day celebrations, on July 14, since that day
frequently produces mass demonstrations, and the fear ex¬
isted that they might be turned into rioting and protests by
decrees seriously affecting the more radical elements.
But
the intention of the Premier to save the franc was made
confused early in the month, and

plain, chiefly through Jean Tannery, Governor of the Bank

o£ France, who declared in an address before the American
Club in Paris on July 10 that the franc would be defended
"In the present state of the country,
devaluation would be both iniquitous and vain," M. Tannery

would

give his Government authority to represent
strongly in international relations and would con¬

France

tribute to a peaceful solution of pending questions.
Imme¬
diately after publication of the decrees, it was made plain
by the French authorities that the 10% reduction of coupons
of rentes does not apply to French bonds issued
internally
and not listed

bonds which

the Bourse.

In the

not listed

the

on

are

of French external

case

Bourse, holders of foreign
nationality will be exempt froni the levy on proof that the
securities were their property on July 17.
on

The Netherlands Cabinet

mid-July

in

use

5

The political and financial crisis in The Netherlands that

developed late in July now appears to have been merely
another in the long series that has affected the
gold standard
countries of Europe.
Large gold holdings so far have made
it

possible for the countries affected to avoid devaluation,
but observers in all parts of the world are
turning more and
more to the opinion that further
currency depreciation is
all

but inevitable.

Like most other countries, Holland has
spending in excess of national income in recent years.
Premier Hendryk Colijn proposed
early in July a reduction
been

of Government
to
^

expenditures by 70,000,000 guilders, in order

achieve a balance and thus insure preservation

of the

guilder.

But the Catholic and Socialist, as the two leading
political factious in Holland, objected to the deflationary
expedient, and the Colijn Cabinet resigned on July 26.

against every attack.

Fears that the incident might result in devaluation
prompted

said.

huge capital flight from Holland and also a revival of
speculative attacks against the guilder.
Queen Willielmina
requested Dr. D. IJ. Aalberse to form a new regime, but the

He
of

tion

pleaded for international action toward stabiliza¬

currencies

maintained

and

that

"fate

the

of

the

world

depends in large measure upon close financial co¬
operation by New York, London and Paris."
The argument
previously made by the Bank for International Settlemehts,
that stabilization
in

would be

the surest way

to cause

a

rise

prices and the end of the depression, was repeated by the

a

task

quickly was abandoned by the leader of the Catholic
After further deliberation, Premier Colijn again
agreed to head a Cabinet, and he announced on July 31 a

party.

coalition that is almost identical with the
preceding regime.
It was immediately indicated by the

Premier, however, that

French Bank Governor.

solution of the budgetary difficulties would be
put off until

After quiet but impressive Bastille Day celebrations in
Paris, M. Laval addressed himself earnestly to the task of

September.
The period during which the guilder was sub¬
jected to heavy pressure was brief, but gold exports never¬

formulating

deflationary policy that would save the franc

a

theless

totaled 130,800,000 guilders in

and still be

week, and this

men.

stocks

acceptable to the large groups of vocal French¬
After an all-day Cabinet session, on July 16, a series

29

of

decrees

Albert

was

and placed before President
The Cabinet debate was so

prepared

for

Lebrun

signature.

protracted that the decrees were not completed until early
July 17, and tlxey came into force July 18.
These measures

plainly reflect the strained political situation in France, for
they are directed mainly against the rentier class and in¬
clude the unprecedented step of a 10% reduction in the
interest payable on rentes, or French Government internal
obligations.
Salaries of Government officials amounting to
10.000 francs

or

more

a

and of pensions in the

year,

same

classification, were subjected in a like manner to a 10%
reduction, while smaller salaries of Government employees
were likewise reduced, although to a lesser extent.
Taxes
on incomes over 80,000 francs a year were increased
sharply,
and other measures

France

which

taken in response

were

to agitation in

resembles

closely the "soak-the-rich" propa¬
ganda of the United States.
An attempt was made to
placate French malcontents by an extensive scheme for
reducing the cost of living, largely at the expense of the
propertied classes.
Mortgage interest rates were cut 10%,
and

equal reduction

an

homes

and

francs

or

was

Reductions

less.

effected in rents payable for
the annual figure is 10,000

where

apartments,

ordered in

coal prices and
The price of bread was
kilogram.
The direct economy

were

in charges for gas and electricity.

lowered
and

by

10 centimes

revenue

chequer

a

are expected
to aid the French
than 7,000,000,000 francs, while economies

measures

more

railroads and

in

ex¬
on

departmental and communal expenditures
a further 3,000,000,000 francs.
By this

expected to save

are

M.

means

hopes to cover the national deficit, which
approximately 11,000,000,000 francs.
A good deal of grumbling was caused by these
decrees,
to be

of the civil servants was made plain on July 19,
huge demonstration against the pay cuts was held
in
Paris.
More
than
1,500 of the demonstrators were
arrested, but almost all were realesed subsequently.
The
long-term effect of the measures on the country remains to
when

be

sense

a

determined,

however,

and a good deal of uncertainty
The Parliament recessed after grant¬
ing M. Laval the right to govern by decree, and it is not
scheduled to meet again until next October, when
approval

exists

on

this point.

must be voted for

Government.
held

the

That

deflationary endeavors of the Laval

serious opposition

highly probable, and it

future

of

the

franc

Bourse clearly had

and

an

of

then will

amounts to

a

develop is

prove indicative for the
French economy.
The Paris

may

inkling beforehand that the decrees

would include the 10% reduction in interest

caoitai levy.

on

rentes, which

Rentes fell sensationally

on

the

Paris market for several weeks before the decrees were

an¬

nounced, and the actual pronouncement therefore proved no
great shock.
Immediately after publication of the decrees
Premier Laval issued

a

brief appeal for popular
support of

his program, which he described as "equality of sacrifice."'
The salvation of the country requires the
measures, he

said,

as

serious

creases

000,000

in

sum

danger looms when
a

the

few years' time from

francs.

"When




the

nation's public debt

Trade with Russia

Russian-American trade

of Russia.

Foreign

Notes

C.

Bullitt,

purchases in

single

gold

Increase

to

relations

the

United

this

Maxim

Litvinoff

whereunder

Russia

country for a period

States

will

extend to

Russia

involved in the various reciprocal
ated under the Tariff Act of 1934.

and

will

of

Ambassador

increase

one

tariff

year,

her

while

concessions

tariff agreements negoti¬
This agreement ends the

deadlock that has existed since negotiations on the Russian
debt and loan problems were abandoned last year.

Although

trade figures are mentioned in the formal
understanding,
Russian authorities indicated their intention to increase pur¬
no

chases in this country to $30,000,000 during the next 12
months, as'against imports of less than $15,000,000 last year.
Similarly, American imports from Russia are expected to

increase sharply under the extension to the Soviet Govern¬
of the tariff concessions negotiated in the
special

ment

Although the agreement is applicable only for
it is subject to indefinite extension.
The State

agreements.
one

year,

Department in Washington, in announcing the pact, declared
that it "should contribute in an important manner to the
of the Administration's efforts to restore

success

trade

as

a

our

foreign

whole through the trade agreements program."
Armaments to Increase

Hopes for the limitation of land armaments long since
have been shown to be entirely illusory, and there were
indications during July that projects for the limitation or
of

control

naval

armaments

hereafter will prove
equally
Government, in obvious recognition
the inevitable, announced on July 22 in the House of
Commons that the ratio principle will be discarded in further
negotiations regarding the navies of the leading Powers.
The disclosure caused no surprise, since the
Japanese de¬
nunciation of the Washington treaty late last
year really
chimerical.

The British

of

sounded the death-knell for existing ratio agreements.
A
further important change in the naval scheme of
things was

implicit in the Anglo-German treaty whereunder the Reich
was accorded the right to build up to
35% of the British
fleet.
Finally, it was no secret that Great Britain herself
desired an expansion of her cruiser fleet beyond the limits
in the current treaties.
The British declaration
followed within a few days by London rumors that the
British Admiralty plans to build 130 warships of various
provided
was

types in the period up to 1942, when London hopes to
another

known

world conference
to

likewise is
Sir

spells

courage,

a

the

exchanged in Moscow, July 13, by

were

Commissar

William

260,000,000,000 to 340,000,in

of

result of extensive

made

fails

one-fifth

improved somewhat as
diplomatic conversations early last
month, and it would appear that a start now will be made
on that expansion of commerce which was held
out as one
of the great benefits likely to follow American
recognition
the

in¬

Government

the space of

represents about

The Netherlands.

Laval

is admitted

and the

of

desire
a

Bolton
the

the

an

on

increase

navies.
of

arrange

France and Italy

are

their

fleets, while Russia
large scale.

potential builder on a
Eyres-Monsell, First Lord of the Admiralty,

announcement

end

declaration was

in

the

House

of

Commons

that

the current limitation treaties.
The
made during the first full-dress debate on
of

since the treaty with Germany was signed.

Laval matters

to proceed with naval construction on
basis of the building programs of all naval Powers up to

London now proposes
a

1942, and the replies are to be "pooled," Sir Bolton said.
we can by agreement accommodate these various naval

"If

naval strength for each coun¬
making it extremely unlikely that any Country

to provide adequate

programs

try,

while

can

attack

I think we shall have
unparalleled for the taxpayers of all

ultimate success,

with

arrived at something

countries, and we shall have contributed to the general
pacification of the world," the British spokesman explained.
He made it clear that recent diplomatic exchanges on the

have been along that line.

naval problem

The agreement

possible this "advance" toward a
new curtailment principle, it was held, since other
naval
Powers could not be expected to arrive at definite conclu¬
sions until they knew what limitation, if any, would be put
on German construction.
Some disappointment was felt in
Washington over the British declaration, and it was ad¬
mitted that there is no longer any hope for renewal of the
Germany has made

with

existing limitation pacts. But the view prevailed that Great
Britain had no choice in the matter and merely was accept¬
ing the inevitable when the ratio system was abandoned.
Limitation by other means probably will prove quite as
difficult as the ratio method, it was pointed out, since pro¬

be made in any
indicated that Japanese

vision for naval differentials would have to

Tokio

treaties.

naval

reports

authorities felt gratified

the British abandonment of

over

ratio principle.-

the

of

inadequacy

existing

peace

been demonstrated conclusively in the past

machinery has
by the Japanese

conquest of Manchuria and the long conflict between Para¬
guay and Bolivia, and apparently it is to be disclosed once
again in connection with the Italian desire to conquer Ethi¬

League of Nations was called

Council of the

The

opia.

into session with the utmost reluctance late in
sider latest

'

r'

July to

con¬

developments in this dispute between two full-

fledged member States, but the Council merely followed the
usual tactics of delay, and the international prestige of the
Geneva organization now has reached the vanishing point.
is the considered

opinion of virtually all observers that
September, when the rains cease in
East Africa and military operations become possible.
Both
countries are hastening their preparations for warfare, and
discussions late last month turned rather to the probable
It

the

of

course

start in

will

war

conflict

the

It

actual warfare.

be

conducted

than

seems

to

the

possibility

of

avoiding

likely that Italian operations will

the first
village that an
Italian army suffered defeat nearly 40 years ago.
The
opinions of military observers range from predictions that
the mechanized Italian armies will achieve complete victory
objective,

■■■'■■'

.;■

in four

mainly from

since

it

was

at

Eritrea,

Adowa

with

that Ethiopian

weeks, to suggestions that the mountainous terrain

will hold up the Italians for months and
a

lengthy and costly

also
j-•

.

of

one.

the possible effect

the

upon

Italian

economy,

make the conflict
There has been much discussion
of a prolonged and costly war
and the conclusions drawn in

this sphere are rather gloomy.
.

"*

Italian

The

V--1'
■.■■v.-.■'

•
..

continued

Government

throughout

July

to

dispatch troops and munitions to the Italian colonies bor¬
dering on Ethiopia.
Ships were purchased in various parts
of the world and added to

s»

to

the

transport fleet.

'New levies

announced and estimates of the number of men

were

be at

hand

in

ment was called

In the event of war, he declared, he will not hesitate
his troops in person and shed his own blood in
defense of Ethiopia.
Troops were mobilized and dispatched
chiefly toward the northern borders, where the attack by
Italy is expected to materialize.
Strenuous efforts were
made by the Ethiopians to augment their poor supplies of
arms and munitions, but most of the leading nations of the
world clamped embargoes on shipments of actual munitions
to both Italy and Ethiopia.
Inadequate transportation facili¬
ties will make it difficult for Ethiopia to obtain additional
arms in any event.
'
y'<
r.
Italy.

lead

to

,

Ethiopian

The

Government made

dispute by the leading Powers.
was made to the United States to invoke the Kellogg-Briand

pact, which outlaws war as an instrument of national policy.
A long memorandum was submitted to the United States
Government, outlining the developments in the dispute and

of conquest.
To this appeal a prompt reply
made by President Roosevelt, who pointed out that the

to wage a war
was

already was under consideration by the League
Council and by a special conciliation commission.
The real

dispute

views of the United States Government were

■.<

-

.

East

Africa

to

likely

efforts of the British Government to find a means for avert¬

Captain Anthony Eden, Minister for League
conferred at length
Premier Mussolini, late in June, and the de¬

ing warfare.

of Nations Affairs in the British Cabinet
in Rome with

tails

that

of

Commons

He

tioned.

conversation

that

Italy

possible effect of this action

"has

on

the lira

has aroused

apprehension, and British exporters adopted the practice
of demanding cash with all orders from Italy.
It was stated
in a number of reports from London and Paris that the
Italians were making inquiries
regarding credits, but no
loans

far have been reported.
There is
hood of advances on business
grounds, but
so

erations

are

believed

to make

a

French

political consid¬
to

Italy

pos¬

sible, if not likely.
In New York it was rumored that the
Italians sought credits for the large Italian corporations
which have good creditstanding, this means of seeking a
loan

being employed

default
under

on

the

the

war

Johnson

because

the

Italian

Government,

in

debt, cannot borrow in the United States
law.

late in July a
monopoly of imports of coal, oil and certain minerals which
are important in the munitions
industry.

Italy announced

Emperor Haile Selassie, of Ethionia. impressed by the
widespread Italian preparations, took steps in July to rally




the House of

to

informed

the

House

that

Great

Britain

had

hoped to settle the matter and prevent warfare by arrang¬
ing for Ethiopian territorial concessions to Italy.
Such con¬
cessions, in turn, were to be balanced by the cession of a
strip of British Sonialiland to Abyssinia, whereby the latter
country would acquire access to the sea.
Premier Mussolini
was

informed

that the

Government

British

was

motivated

ia this matter solely by circumstances

attendant upon Brit¬
ish membership in the League of Nations, and no conces¬
sions were requested in return save grazing rights for tribes
in any territory that might be ceded to Italy.
"The sugges¬
tion, I told Premier Mussolini, was not lightly made, for only
the gravity of the situation could justify a concession of
British territory," Captain Eden said.
"I must regret that
this suggestion did not commend itself to Premier Mussolini,
who was unable to accept it as a basis for settlement of the
dispute."
Protests were made by Members of Parliament
against the suggestion for giving i way British territory
without previous consultation with Parliament, and Foreign
Secretary Sir Samuel Hoare- found it necessary to assure
the

House

that

proposal there

since

The

wTas an

if

that

League

nation

should

no

be

Italian

British

Government in

an

attempt might be made under

adjudged the aggressor by
British Foreign Secretary,

before

the

House

of

Commons

the
Sir
on

stated unequivocally that Great
intention of fostering an economic blockade.
and

He remarked that there

tain

the

good deal of attention and led to the

The

went

however,

Britain has

rejected

had

declare an economic blockade of Italy,

Nations.

of

11,

a

July, that

Samuel; Iloare,

July

Mussolini

Premier

end of the matter.

unremitting interest of the

this matter aroused

claims

may

against
to reside

be some justification for cer¬
Ethiopia.
The justification,
mainl^ in various protocols

however, appears
signed by Italy and England in 1891, and heretofore little
known.

These

spondent

of

documents, unearthed by the Geneva corre¬
New York 'Times," divide Ethiopia into

the

spheres of influence.

They were superseded, however, by a
treaty of 1906, whereunder Great Britain, France and Italy
agreed to concert together in the division of Ethiopia into
spheres of influence, and apparently that last treaty is

playing

highly important role in the current diplomatic

a

conversations.

Leading

not much likeli¬

loan

reported

were

early last month, when Captain Eden was ques¬

British auspices to

announced

fight this war

decided upon the
struggle and will carry it through to the end."
The Italian
determination is "irrevocable," he added, and the coming
struggle was referred to as "a heroic phase in the history
of our nation."
The troops were urged to avenge the Italian
defeat suffered at Adowa, and they answered the Dictator
with shouts of "War! War! War!"
The need for paying
for imports of war materials apparently is straining the
Italian economy, for on July 22 a decree was issued per¬
mitting the Bank of Italy thereafter to disregard the re¬
quirement for a 40% gold cover against note circulation.
This was accepted as an indication that the slim Italian
gold reserve will be utilized to pay for necessary imports.
The

reflected, how¬

by suggestions to the 125 Americans living in Ethiopia
to leave the country.
Secretary of State Cordell Hull took
the unusual step on July 12 of issuing a statement pointing
out that the Kellogg-Briand pact is no less binding now than
when it was signed.
Although Italy was not named in the
statement, Mr. Hull admitted that it was issued in response
to questions regarding the application of the treaty to the
Italo-Ethiopian impasse. President Roosevelt issued several
statements late in July insisting that the United States in¬
tends to preserve neutrality in any conflict.
Of more importance than such gestures were the practical

rumor, early in

and

contentions that Italy intends

setting forth the Ethiopian

Africa
;

number of appeals

a

and for intervention in the
On July 4 a direct appeal

during July for world sympathy

for Italy
were raised gradually from 225,000 to 400,000.
The Italian
determination to wage a war against Ethiopia was reiterated
on
several
occasions by
Premier Benito Mussolini.
On
July 6 he addressed an Italian division about to sail for
••

country. The Parlia¬
18, and the Emperor
implored his country¬
an attack is made by

ever,

Italy and Ethiopia
utter

The

defense of his
into session on July
made an earnest speech in which he
men to fight with him to the death if
his countrymen to the

up

:

•

to such discussions

were

fruitless efforts by a

special conciliation

commission of Ethiopians and Italians
adjust the difficulties arising from the frontier incidents
of last year and early this
year.
The commission of two
delegates from each country was appointed under the Italoto

Ethiopian

pact providing for the peaceful settlement by
arbitration of any disputes.
It met at Scheveningen, Hol¬

land, but after

a

terminated

July 9,

sentative

on

brief period of bickering the sessions were

of Ethiopia

owing to the insistence of a repre¬
that Ualual, where a clash occurred

last December, is in Ethiopia.
The Italian delegates refused
to listen further, since the terms of reference did not in¬
clude territorial questions, and the commission

was

unable

■

MONTHLY REVIEW

Aug., 1935]

to face with the

proceed.
This brought the League face
problem once more, for it was agreed at
to

,

the last Counci
meeting that a Council session would be held if the specia
conciliation commission failed to agree by July 25, and also
failed to appoint a fifth and neutral member to arbitrate
the differences.
The League hesitated and obviously was
anxious to avoid any action in the circumstances.
But force
of world opinion finally made it necessary to call a meeting,
and the Council gathered once again on July 31 to consider
the problem.
Italy attended the session only with the great¬
est reluctance, and after stipulating that renewal of con¬
Council could consider.
The actual proceedings of the Council were little short of
farcical.
A closed meeting was held July 31, at which the
Italian delegate insisted that the League could only consider
measures for resumption of conciliation by the special com¬
ciliation is all the

The Ethiopian

mission.

delegate pointed out that
of successful arbitration,

there is

likelihood
and he
a general discussion, with the aim of pre¬
venting warfare.
In this situation the British and French
spokesmen put their heads together and agreed that a
little time should be provided for finding a "formula."
The
Council sessions were called off for the time being, anc
obviously
insisted

no

upon

ordinary delibera
but it proved un
acceptable to both the Italians and the Ethiopians. It callec
for continued conciliation, while Great Britain, France and
Italy undertook private negotiations for settlement of the
Ethiopian problem under the 1900 treaty calling for the
private negotiations took the place of the
A formula actually was proposed,

tions.

into spheres of influence.
reached on Aug. o
for resumption of arbitration, and for a further general
examination of the matter a month thereafter.
Although
the Anglo-French formula was disliked by both Italy and
Ethiopia, it is generally agreed that strenuous efforts will
be made in the interim by Great Britain and France for
some adjustment by diplomatic means.
The Ethiopians were
division

of

the

After further

ancient empire

study, an agreement was

especially bitter over this course of procedure, which they
described as putting before their country a choice between
assassination and suicide.
They made it plain that they
will prefer to

take their chances with

assassination.

Nazi Fanaticism

,VV-V

Resumption in Germany of

official and unofficial perse¬

assumed that growing discontent

within the Reicli

the Nazis to sluice popular resent¬
ment into such channels.
That economic pressure is waxing
within Germany is conceded by most informed observers.
Noteworthy in this connection was an admission in the
German economic journal, "Der Deutscher Volkswirt," that
the Nazis have incurred during the last two years a vast but
hidden deficit.
In other countries a feeling of revulsion was
occasioned by the German campaign against Jews, and to a
modest degree relations of the United States and Germany
have become involved.
At the sailing of the German liner
Bremen, on July 25, an anti-Nazi demonstration was held,
and the swastika emblem floating from the bow of the ship
was torn down and thrown into the Hudson River.
A for¬
mal protest was made at Washington by the German Gov¬
ernment, and the State Department, acting with strict diplo¬
matic correctness, deplored the incident.
occasioned the decision by

,'r

' I'

Austria

Austrian authorities moved
of the monarchy in that

tion

-'■i

early in July for a restora¬
small country, but opposition

developed among neighboring
the tentative move will result
in any actual change.
The Federal Diet approved* unani¬
mously, on July 10, a Government proposal for abolition
of the anti-Hapsburg laws of 1919. ; The principal effect
to

such

any

step

quickly

States, and it is unlikely that

of this

action is to remove the barriers to a return to the

Hapsburgs to Austria.
The Austrian Government received
the power to return to the Hapsburgs virtually all the prop¬
erties confiscated when the Republic was formed.
Whether
the

Austrian people desire a return

of the Hapsburgs

or a

restitution of the monarchy is not known, for they were not
consulted.
countries

The. leading

statesmen

of

the

Little

Entente

promptly conferred on this development, and the

governments of these succession States made it plain through
official press accounts in the next few days that they are
opposed to any return of the Hapsburgs. In Czechoslovakia,
Yugoslavia and Rumania any return of the former Austrian
ruling family would be viewed as tantamount to a casus

belli, it was intimated.
Costa Rican Debt Settlement

The list of countries that have taken steps for remedying
their

defaults

on

to continue

are

Costa

Rican

dollar bonds outstanding in this market'

for three years, and

Government

50%
pay¬

thereafter the

undertakes to service its dollar
stipulated requirements of the

bonds in full accord with the

original contracts.
In announcing this plan, the Council
took occasion to praise the "high ideals which motivated
the Costa Rican Government in seeking to make an arrange¬
ment which would be fair to the

Government could carry out."

bondholders and which the
The negotiations were con¬

by the Council with a Costa Rican delegation con¬

ducted

sisting of Alberto Ortuno and Manual Montejo, and an ex¬
change of letters reveals that the Costa Rican President,
Don Ricardo Jimenez, approved the settlement.
At the con¬
clusion

the negotiations,

of

Costa Rica expressed her firm

determination to carry out the plan.
Costa Rican dollar bonds, floated in

Two issues of

1926

affected by the new agreement.
One issue is
an $8,000,000 7% loan, due in 1951, of which $7,198,000 bonds
remain outstanding, while the other is a $1,800,000 7%%
and

1927,

are

loan, due in 1949, of which $1,583,000 bonds remain out¬
standing. Default on these bonds occurred in 1932 and 1933,
and the Costa Rican Government at such times made fund¬

ing bonds available to the holders in lieu of cash interest
payments. Holders of the 7% loan received $23 in cash and
a funding bond of $222 for coupons maturing up to Nov. 1

loan received a funding bond
$300 for coupons maturing up to March 1 1937.
The
arrangement now made calls for cash payment in dollars of
50% of the interest and 50% of the amortization require¬

1935, while holders of the
for

period of three years after expiration of the
which funding bonds cover the interest. When
the three-year periods end, the full interest and amortization
service is to be resumed, in observance of the original loan
contracts.
It is noted in the Council's announcement that
the Costa Rican delegation first suggested a permanent set¬
tlement on the basis of 3% interest and 1% annual amortiza¬
for

ments

a

terms during

but after "frank and

tion,

friendly negotiations," the ad¬

justment was made on the basis of the temporary arrange¬
three

for

ment

years

and full

resumption of debt service

The Costa Rican Government agreed, moreover,

thereafter.

arrangements with holders of its sterling
that would be more favorable than the

bonds

franc

and

others whose views are inimical to
Nazi doctrines were reported from the Reich in mid-July.
At first these manifestations took the form of rioting by
hoodlums in the streets of Berlin, but later on the State
insisted once again upon making anti-Semitism an active
matter, and the campaign also was extended to Catholic
priests who "endanger public peace or order."
The inci¬
dents caused a good deal of wonderment in other countries
as to the underlying causes of the campaign.
In most circles
was

the

of

ments

not to make any

.

cution of Jews and of

it

early resumption of cash payments on a basis of
sums called for in the loan contracts.
Such

an

current adjustment.
It was indicated that holders of the
bonds will be asked to contribute to the modest expenses of
the Council

$1,000

and

to make

asked

each
Government has been

by making a single payment of $1.25 for

bond,

the

Costa Rican

similar contribution.

a

>

Activity in Steel Trade Increased, Contrary to Seasonal
tions—Non-Ferrous Metals Higher

Expecta¬

Reversing the usual midsummer trend, the iron and

steel

Renewal of
automobile buying, together with advances in demand on a
broad front, brought output back to the mid-April level.
Mills in some districts operated at nearly double the rate
at this time last year, orders from the structural, railroad
and oil divisions complementing the enlarging volume from
automotive, farm equipment and miscellaneous
sources.
industry in July showed a large improvement.

Most other divisions of the trade have

their

better

showing of a

year

ago

also been enabled to>

without much effort.

price of scrap, which had dropped slightly during the
manifested pronounced strength at the close

The

month of June,

Non-ferrous metals were fairly active, with prices

of July.

generally higher.
J
Steel production, after declining to 32.8% of capacity for
the first week in July (as against 37.7% at the close of
;

June), rebounded in the week beginning July 8 to an esti¬
mated capacity of 35.3%, according to the American Iron
and Steel Institute.
Further sharp gains were reported
during the balance of the month, estimated output rising to

39.9% for the week beginning July 15 to 42.2% for the fol¬
lowing seven-day period, and to 44.0% at the close of the
month, which compares with 26.1% at the end of July
last year.

July 25 the "Iron Age" said, in substance:

In its issue of

"A revival of buying

from
:

the

railroads,

by automobile makers, heavier orders
takings of tin plate, sustained

larger

implements and tractors, increased speci¬

farmer. buying of

fications from jobbing interests, and a rising demand from
miscellaneous
iron and

the

remindful

sources

were

among

the factors which

gave

steel market a degree of buoyancy that was

of pre-depression

times,

i

Though purchasing is

still

predominantly at close range, there is increasing inter¬

est

in

forward

requirements, with some buyers
be ordinarily deferred until late

orders that would
or

placing
summer

early fall.
The unexpected staying power of retail de¬
automobiles not only deferred the completion of

mand for

expedited the purchase of materials for
Assemblies in July were expected to total

old model runs but
new

models.

close to

275,000 units, and even August, which

a

few weeks

expected to be an exceedingly slim month, is likely
::o make a good showing.
Tin plate output has been lifted
from 85 to 88% of capacity.
Whether this rate can hold
4eyond the end of July, when a seasonal drop is considered
mevitable, is questionable."
•
ago was

In its issue

of Aug. 1 the "Iron Age" remarked that the

rise of scrap prices

(see below)

prompted both by im¬

augmented in July by Costa Rica. Announcement of a
new
debt arrangement was made Julv 10 by the Foreign
Bondholders Protective Council, Inc.
The agreement is

proved fall prospects for steel business and by the impressive
contra-seasonal gains in the operating rates in leading pro¬

highly creditable both to the small Latin American Republic
Council, for it signifies

nearing a seasonal

was

and to the skilful negotiators of the




ducing centers.

was

Tin plate production, though believed to be
downturn, continued to hold at 88% of

MONTHLY

8
mill

In view of the large part played by miscel
boosting operations during July, the stee

capacity.

laneous orders in

"Age," looks for an even more pro¬
in August. At that time heavy buying for

trade, according to the
nounced upturn

will mature and larger
orders for construction will be placed, with other heavy
tonnages to be awarded in the fall awards of construction
steel to date this year, including fabricated structural stee
work, plate work, sheet piling and concrete reinforcing, are
still far behind those of a year ago, the comparative figures
as compiled by the "Iron Age" being 614,634 tons for 1935
and 738,427 tons for 1934.
With July orders for practically
all finished steel products equal to or ahead of the June
totals, and with pig iron bookings well in advance of those
of the previous month, the industry is beginning to enter
tain hopes for a last half that will equal or exceed the first
six months of the year, added the "Age."
Scrap, as measurec
by the "Iron Age" composite prices, after declining las
month from $10.83 to $10.71 a gross ton, rose on July 2 to
$10.75, to $10.83 on July 16, and to $11.58 on July 30 (the
highest level since the last week in February); latter figure
compares with $10.42 in effect a year ago.
Finished stee
continued unchanged at 2.124c. a pound, the price which
automobile production

model

new

been

was

reduced from 2.131c.

the

in

effect since July 24 1934,

lias

month

close

$17.84

at

a

when the quotation

Pig iron also was unchanged for

gross

ton as against $17.90 at the

of July last year.

As

"Metal and Mineral Markets,"
reported that outstanding in develop¬
in non-ferrous metals for the week ended July 17 was

to non-ferrous metals,

in its issue of July 18,
ments

the heavy

buying of domestic copper, domestic sales in this

period totaling close to 50,000 tons, the largest week's total
since early in the depression.
This activitv, however, failed
to result in an advance in prices, which, the publication
stated, seemed to confuse many in the trade who had counted

and acted on the supposition that
nothing could halt at least a moderate unlift in quotations.
Sales of copper for the month amounted to more than 72,000
tons, with shipments of copper products holding up well.
on

a

higher

market

"Metal and Mineral Markets" of July 25 remarked that the
feature of the market during the week ended

active call for prime Western

July 24

was an

zinc from galvanizers, result¬

ing in a moderate advance in the price.

The publication, in
the same issue, stated that foreign lead producers had ap¬
proved a plan aimed at regulating output to meet the demand
and thereby strengthen the market outside of the United
States.
The spot quotation of tin at the close of the month
continued at an abnormal premium over forward material.
The price of copper continued unchanged on the basis of
8.00c., Valley.
Here in New York, Lake and electrolytic
copper was still quoted at 8.12 y2 and 7.75c., respectively.
The price of lead in New York advanced sharply during the
early part of the month, first to 4.05c. (from 4.0Ce.), on
July 5; to 4.10c. on July 8, and to 4.15c. on the following
day, the latter price remaining in effect during the balance
of July.
Tin at New York also showed an upward tendency,
rising from 51.75c. on July 1 to 52.75c. as of July 22, closing
52.65c.

to and including July 23, increased in price the

following day by 10c.,

or

at

York, after holding at

at

4.67y>c.

up

Zinc

New

the month

to 4.77%c., no further change being

reported to the end of the month.
Lumber Movement

Heaviest Since

.

;

April—Production Highest in

Sixteen Months

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.

According to the National Lumber Manufacturers Asso¬
ciation, lumber production during the week ended July 27
1935 was the highest of any week in 16 months and exceeded
the corresponding period last year by 39%.
Shipments and
orders for the same period were the heaviest since April
of this year, also being 46% and 13%, respectively, above the
1934 week.
This does not, however, take info account the
substantial number of small mills, now idle, which were
active a year ago.
Reports received by the Association from
regional associations, covering the operations of 631 leading
hardwood and softwood mills, showed production for the
week ended July 27 1935 of 212,356,000 feet; shipments of
190,762,000 feet, and orders booked of 211,368,000 feet.
For
the preceding week, 643 mills reported output of 194,907,000
feet; shipments, 181,766,000 feet, and orders, 175,094,000
feet.
During the week ended July 13, reports from 647
mills showed total production of 185,396,000 feet; shipments,
176,581,000 feet, and orders, 161,966,000 feet.
For the week
ended July 6, a total of 635 mills reported output of 133,472,000 feet; shipments, 137,348,000 feet, and orders, 131,-

;

667,000 feet.

27 1935, West Coast, Southern
Northern hemlock and Northern hardwood regions
reported orders above production.
Total softwood orders
for this period, the Association went on to say, were 1%
below production; hardwood orders, 2% above hardwood
output.
Softwood shipments were 11°& below production.
All regions but Western pine and Southern hardwoods re¬
For the week ended July

cypress,

ported orders, and all reported shipments above those of
corresponding week of 1934.
Softwood orders showed a
gain of 13% and hardwood orders a gain of 16% over the
same

,

»

week last year.
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Hides, Leather and Footwear

The First National Bank of Boston, in its

V

:-

"New England

Letter," under date of July 29 1935, discusses these markets
as

REVIEW
held early this month.

advance

in

in

While there wax no general
manufacturer's prices, recent moderate increases
lines were fairly definitely established.
l" Seasonal influences

prices were the prominent




features of the Boston Shoe Fair

few

and higher raw material prices have

combined to crystalize demand and, as a result, manufac¬
turers' cutting schedules have been stepped up moderately

during the month.
Shoe production for June is not yet
available but trade estimates place the output slightly ahead
of May and somewhat above June 1934.
May footwear
production fell about 11% under both April 1935 and May
1934, and for the five months is lagging 2}4% behind a
similar period a year ago. Many recent orders have empha¬
sized prompt shipment, indicating that retailers' stocks are
moderately low. Furthermore, consumer demand is improv¬
ing, as evidenced by the satisfactory character of business
recently booked, and the trade is anticipating an active fall
demand.
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"Tanners report a heavier inquiry for leather as manu¬
facturers complete their estimates of fall requirements and
an increasing amount of this interest is being converted into

Quotations are steady all along the line.
Leather
prices have not yet advanced commensurately with hide
values and this together with the increasing cost of supplies
have made tanners reluctant to accept many future com¬
orders.

mitments at

especially in the heavier

present prices,

grades

supported by a relatively narrow
supply and rather sizable government purchases of army
where values have been

shoes

i

•

.

"

'

.

,

"Hide markets have been

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moderately active.

The short

supply and stimulating effect of government buying again
emphasizes the favorable statistical position of the heavier
hides, which have moved up in price.
On the other hand,
light cows, the stocks of which are ample, are quoted at
10 cents,

substantially unchanged during

the month.

conservatively because of the
difficulty in getting higher prices for either shoes or leather.
Wettings to the end of May, however, exceeded estimates of
the heavy movement into sight, which made for a further
"Tanners continue to buy

Inspected slaughter
and fell 9 % below the
month in the past decade. The trade feels

moderate decline in raw stock
in June

ran

statistics.

28% under June last year,

for that
prospective fall business suggests a sustained heavy
processing of hides, and with the kill diminishing, continued
improvement in the industry's position is anticipated.
average

that

Grains

fluctuations characterized domestic
wheat markets during the past month.
A declining tendency
during the first half of the month was followed by sharp
recoveries.
Expectations of heavy increases in Southwest
marketings and hedgings, together with bright prospects for
the spring wheat crop in the Northwest, were factors which
were
responsible for selling and lower prices during the
first half of the month.
Spring wheat was favored with
weather ideal for growth of a bumper crop.
On July 10 the
United States Crop Reporting Board placed the indicated
total yield of spring wheat as of July 1 at 272,954,000 bush¬
els, compared with an outturn the year previous of 91,377,000
bushels.
It also estimated the winter wheat crop as of
July 1 at 458,091,000 bushels compared with a crop of 405,552,000 bushels in 1934, or a total wheat .yield of 731,045,000
bushels against a total yield of 496,929,000 bushels the year
previous. However, one of the worst rust infections in years
existed in the spring wheat crop, and in the event of the
weather turning favorable for its development there was a
possibility of extensive damage. This later proved to be the
case.
As the month progressed the weather in the North¬
west turned in favor of black rust development, which spread
Wide and erratic price

rapidly, and it soon became evident that
become affected.
Some of the private

a vast acreage

had

estimates of crop
loss ran as high as 100,000,000 bushels.
This sudden change
in the situation prompted active buying and sharp price ad¬
vances in all markets.
There were also reports of serious
black rust development in
Canada, with the high crop
promise considerably reduced.
In addition to the adverse
crop developments, threshing returns in the Southwest failed
to equal expectations, which led to reduced estimates of the
winter wheat yield.
Crop conditions were likewise reported
as less favorable in a number of European countries, while
Argentina suffered from a severe drought which threatened,
according to reports, to reduce the acreage at least 25%.
While the ultimate outturn of the crops is still in the mak¬
ing, it is a certainty that the American and Canadian spring
wheat crops at least will not equal earlier expections.
;
Corn, to a large extent, moved with wheat, but within a
much narrower range, while oats and rye ended the month
lower.
Crop prospects for the latter two commodities are
more favorable.
In Chicago the September option for wheat
closed on Wednesday, July 31, at 94%c. as against an open¬
ing price of 87%c. on July 1. At Winnipeg the September
wheat option closed on July 31 at 85%c. as against an
opening of 83%c. on July 2.
(July 1 was a holiday in
Winnipeg—Dominion Day).
September corn in Chicago
closed at 76^ c. as compared with the opening price of 76%c.
on July 1.
September oats closed at 33%c. on July 31 as
against the opening of 33%c. on July 1.
September rye
closed at 46*4c. as compared w;ith the opening price of
48 %c. on July

1.

AAA Says

follows:

"Reasonably satisfactory bookings of fall business at firm

a

.

1934 Corn Loans

Almost Liquidated

Agricultural Adjustment Administration announced
July 22 that farmers who borrowed under the Govern-

The
on

,

•

loan

1934

liquidated all their
Commodity Credit Corpo¬

have

program

indebtedness but about

$200,000.

ment's

corn

ration officials

pointed out that this was the second of the
on
farm-stored corn, the first being

loans

Government's

inaugurated in the fall of 4933 to enable producers to market
their crop in more orderlv fashion and obtain advantage of
price increases.
Of 15,689 loans under the 1934 program
about 300, approximating $192,304, were outstanding on
These loans became due and payable on July 1,
period is required for liquida¬

July 17.

ment added:

liquidation

complete

that

predicted

and

tion,

be

would
;;

;

;

:

Farmers

'

Wheat

1935

Increase

Payments

to

33

Cents

a

Expected to Approximate $115,000,000

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■

Davis, Administrator of the Agricultural Ad¬
Administration, announced on July 8 that the
AAA will grant farmers co-operating in the 1935 wheat ad¬
Chester C.

justment

justment program benefit payments of at least 33c. a bushel,
as compared with 29c. provided by the 1934 contracts.
The
minimum adjustment returns established July 9 by Secretary

Agriculture Wallace are expected to yield co-operating
than $115,000,000 this year, or about
$14,000,000 more than in 1934.
The AAA added, however,
that no change will be made for the present in the processing
tax of 30c. a bushel, as the funds for the increased payments
will come from the reserves accumulated from the tax on

of

wheat producers more

wheat

produced by farmers who

allotment contracts.-'''

Collections

Processing Tax

;:Wsv;'

not operating under

are
:

Totaled $866,694,982 to May 31, AAA

Announces

Agricultural Adjustment Administration reported,
cumulative gross receipts of processing and
related taxes from date of imposition through May 31 1935
had reached a total of $866,694„982.40.
It said:
The

July 26, that

processing taxes have been collected on the first domestic processing

The

of

commodities

agricultural

eight

Adjustment Act as
and jute prod¬
related taxes include the ginning

designated

by

basic, and compensatory taxes have been collected
which

ucts
tax

on

productrs'
Tobacco

compete

excess

cotton

sales

with
under

tax

The

cotton.
the

collected

the

on paper

Bankhead Cotton Control Act, and tobacco
on

excess

tobacco

under

Kerr-Smith

the

approximately $19,250,000, Administration officials estimate.

The

crop to

first payment at the rate of

$1

a ton on

the estimated production of

totaled approximately $11,000,000, most

1934 payments

are

duction at average yields, whichever
income

of which has

growers

been paid.

now

The

based on the actual production or on estimated pro¬

iB higher.

This feature provided

crop

insurance for many farmers who suffered large drought losses in 1934.

The first

1935

adjustment payment of 80c.

amount to between

a

$7,000,000 and $8,000,000.

ton

on

sugar

beets will

The first 1935 adjustment

payment to the Louisiana sugar cane producers is estimated at approxi¬

The Louisiana producers have received approximately

$3,000,000 to date on the first 1934 payment, which was at the rate of $1
a

ton on their base

contracts and 9,095

A total of 69,943 sugar beet adjustment

production.

Louisiana sugar cane adjustment contracts have been

received in Washington.
Both the final 1934 and first 1935 adjustment payments are payable to

producers

as soon as

compliance reports have been made and auditing of

them has been completed.

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.

Field work on the reports is already under way.

Coffee

'

With trading dull, coffee "futures" worked lower during
the past month on scattered trade selling and outside liquida¬
tion.
Selling was influenced by the easiness in Brazilian
Exchange, and uncertainties surrounding the Brazilian situa¬
tion particularly in regard to the status of the export tax,
and what policies will be pursued by the Government in
directing movement of the new crop.
No. 7 Rio was quoted on July 31 at 634 @624c. against
634@6^c. June 29; 6J4@734c. May 31; 6%@7c. April 30;
734®. March 30; 724c. Feb. 28; 934 @934®. Jan. 31; 934c.
Dec. 31 1934; 9%@9%c. Nov. 30; 934®- Oct. 31; 924cSept. 29; 934@924e. Aug. 31; 924e. July 31; 93^@9^c.
June 30; 1024@1034c. May 31; 1034c.-April 30; 1034c.
March 31; 11c. Feb. 28; 934 @92l?c. Jan. 31, all in 1934.
No. 7 Santos was quoted July 31 at 734c. against 724 @
724c. June 29; 7%c. May 31; 7J4e- April 30; 834c. March 30;
9c. Feb. 28; 10@1034c. Jan. 31; 1034c. Dec. 31 1934;
10K@10^c. Nov. 30; 1024c. Oct. 31; 924@924c. Sept. 29;
1024®- Aug. 31; 10j^c.y July 31; 1034 @1034® • June 30;
11c. May 31; 10J4 April 28 and March 31; 1134c. Feb. 28;
9J^@10c. Jan. 31 all in 1934.
:y;/

Act.

World's Visible Supply of Coffee Aug* I as

Increase Noted in
$234,019,262.98

Wheat

236.624,912.90

Cotton

12,310,764.27

Paper and Jute

48,469,115.09
10,860,650.51

Tobacco
corn

Peanuts

Compared voith July 1

$3,367,490.21

Rice.

17,719.80

Cotton ginning tax
Tobacco producers' sales
tax

947,212.15
3,229,243.25

254,315,586.89 Unclassified
61,500,501.14

1

Hogs
Sugar

1,032,523.21

the month reflected disturbance of sentiment in the market

Stocks in and afloat for various consuming ports of

3,176,000 bags on July 1

Europe dropped from

to 3,134,000 bags Aug. 1, while United States

supplies were 1,355,240 against

1,302,413 a month

and

ago,

stocks in

amounted to 3,181,000 bags, against 3,062,000 bags

various Brazilian ports

July 1,

on

because of

reported sales of Cubas on consignment
price settlement basis.
Later reports that
Cuban authorities would deny shipping permits to sugars
sold on this basis helped to restore sentiment, but only
temporarily. Renewed unsettlement was caused by a ruling
raws

of coffee, exclusive of restricted
aggregated 7,670,240 bags on Aug. 1, against
7,540,413 on July 1, an increase of 129,827 bags, or 1.7%,
the New York Coffee & Sugar Exchange announced Aug. 3.
Stocks a year ago amounted to 8,495,850 bags.
The Ex¬
change continued:
'"..ryy
The world's visible supply

stocks in Brazil,

.

Sugar

Sugar ''futures" averaged lower during the past month.
There were occasional rallies, but these were
met with
increased offerings.
Fluctuations during the early part of
for

bee4
1934

The AAA lists collections, by commodities, as follows :

Field

announce¬

Payment of the final 1934 adjustment payment to co-operating sugar

mately $2,300,000.

Bushel,
Compared with 29 Cents Last Year—Return to Co-operating

AAA to

The

,

pioducers will bring the total benefit payments to them on their

but officials said that a short

effected within a few days.

payment would be determined shortly.

cane

at an indefinite

of the Boston Federal Circuit Court.

On July 16 this Court

ruled

that the processing tax levied by the Secretary of
Agriculture under the Administration Adjustment Act, was
unconstitutional and that it constituted an improper dele¬
gation of power. This led to fears as to the validity of the
whole Agricultural Adjustment Act.
In case this decision
is upheld by the United States Supreme Court in November
or December, the sugar industry will be presented with a
serious situation.
Presumably, in the latter event, the
Jones-Costigan Bill, being an amendment to the Agricul¬
tural Adjustment Act, would be automatically ruled out
and the alternative would be presented of a free and open
market or a substitution plan.
In the meantime, there
has been a tendency on the part of refiners to move more or
less cautiously with the result that the spot markets for
raws
have displayed but little activity.
Sales of Cuba raw sugar during the month were reported
as follows (all shipment):
On July 5 five cargoes August
shipment on consignment, prices to be fixed before Nov. 15;
on July 9, July at 3.42c.; on July 15, August at 3.30c.; on
July 18, August at 3.20c.; on July 19, July at 3.23c., and
at 3.20c.
The wholesale price for refined sugar was quoted
by all refiners at 5.25c. until July 19, when it was reduced to
4.90c. (retroactive to opening of business July 18), where it
remained until July 22 when it was advanced to 5.10c.
It
stood at the latter figure during the remainder of the month.

Only 17,000 Bags of Coffee Destroyed by
'-I
of July •

Brazil During First Half
'

■

The Brazilian coffee destruction program
at a

continues almost
standstill with but 17,000 bags reported destroyed dur¬

ing the first half of July, a cable to the New York Coffee
& Sugar Exchange disclosed, it was announced Aug. 3.
During June 59,000 bags were burned; during the first half
of 1935 1,013,000 bags were destroyed; and since the incep¬
tion

of the program of

destroying surplus production, in

35,138,000 bags have been eliminated, according
various data available.
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June 1931,
to

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Rubber

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•

Crude rubber during the larger part of the month showed
a slowly declining
trend.
Depressing influences emanated
from the restricted demand on the part of domestic tire
manufacturers and the concern over the Dutch currency
crisis.
Favorable statistical reports from the Far East were
y

by the decline in domestic consumption during June
36,623 tons and estimates indicating that July consump¬
tion would not exceed 32,000 tons.
In the closing days of the

offset
to

month, a recovery in prices was
on

the

under

way,

reported improvement in the Dutch

tion which resulted in a strong

based chiefly

currency

situa¬

rally of the guilder, and in

part on the steady advance in the security markets.
Better
reports from tire manufacturing centers also helped to
improve sentiment.
Ribbed smoked sheets for spot delivery were quoted at

1234c. asked on July 31 against 12
12 3-l6c. asked on May 31; 1124c.
asked

on

7-16c. asked June 29;
asked April 30; 1134c.
March 30; 1224c- Feb. 28; 1224c. asked Jan. 31;

Sugar

1334c. asked Dec. 31 1934; 13 3-16c. asked on Nov. 30;
13c. asked on Oct. 31; 1424c. bid and 14 3-16c. asked on

The Agricultural Adjustment Administration on July 12
announced that the final 1934 sugar beet adjustment program
would be based on a rate of 75c. a ton, and that the first

Sept. 29; 1524c. asked on Aug. 31; 14 ll-16c. asked July 31;
1434c. asked June 30; 1234c. asked May 31; 1324c. asked on
April 30; 11 l-16c. asked on March 29; 1024c. asked on
Feb. 28; 10c. asked Jan. 31, all in 1934.

AAA Announces Adjustment Payments on Sugar Beets and

S/vCane

1935 payment

would be 80c.

a ton.

The initial 1934

payment

$1 a ton, making a total payment for last year of SI.75.
The AAA also stated that the aggregate 1935 payment vvdll

Textiles

was

depend upon the
for their crop.

prices which

sugar

beet producers receive

The AAA further announced that the initial 1935
ment

payment to co-operating Louisiana sugar

adjust¬

cane

pro¬

ducers would be 70c. a ton, and that the final 1934 sugar




continued generally inactive, chiefly as a
result of various court decisions affecting the existing pro¬
cessing taxes. Retail business benefited from high tempera¬
tures prevailing over wide sections of the country which
stimulated the sale of seasonal goods.
The better feeling
in the security markets also exerted a favorable influence on
Textile trades

buying. Wholesale trade experienced a temporary
but later in the month, the uncertainty
with regard to future price developments caused by the
decision on the processing taxes, served to restrict buying,
with the result that inventories in retailers' hands were

1,001,427 barrels.

In making the cut the Commission

consumer

•J, i/, V

'■v.'

C;-."

put to

seasonal mild pickup,

said that lack of market demand was responsible.

reported to have been reduced substantially. While seasonal
requirements will undoubtedly induce more active purchases
on the part of merchants, it is felt in many quarters that a
broader buying movement will await a clarification of the
price problems raised by the processing tax decisions.
Raw cotton in July after staging an early further rally, eased
appreciably and lost its entire previous advance.
Chief
depressing factors were the court decisions on the processing
taxes and on the Bankhead Act which aroused fears as to the
future of the entire crop control program and resulted in
greatly curtailed buying of gray cloths on the part of con¬
verters.
Mill consumption, in consequence, still further
declined and export sales continued in their previous slump,
while reports from the southern belt revealed good progress
for the current crop. A slight recovery developed following
the announcement by the manager of the Government
Cotton Pool that the cotton market had been cornered and
that mills would have to pay higher prices.
In the closing
days of the month, renewed uncertainty over the loan
policy of the Government following the end of the present
crop year, and an unexpectedly high private crop estimate
of 11,750,000 bales—resulted in another moderate price
recession.
Spot cotton here in New York was 12.15c. on
July 1, and from this figure advanced to 12.45c. July 3.
After some fluctuations the price July 18, was still 12.35c.,
but from that point there was a decline to 12.00c. July 25,
with the quotation duly 31, 12.10c.
Trading in the print
cloth market, because of the inability of buyers and sellers
to reach a protective compromise on the question of possible
processing tax refunds, came to a virtual standstill, with
little hope that the deadlock may be broken before the
problem of tax refunds has been satisfactorily disposed of.
Print cloths at Fall River for 28-inch 64x60s, throughout the
entire month, was quoted at 5J^e., unchanged from June 29.
The price of 27-inch cloth 60x64s was 5c. July 31, unchanged
from June 29. Osnaburgs were 10M>c. July 31, also unchanged
from June 29.
The report of the Census Bureau, issued
July 13, and covering the month of June, showed that cotton
consumption in the United States while revealing a seasonal
decline from the preceding month, was appreciably larger
than in the corresponding month of last year. The amount
consumed in June was given as 385,946 bales of lint and
61,905 bales of linters, compared with 469,250 bales of lint
and 65,501 bales of linters in May 1935, and 363,262 bales
of lint and 54,587 bales of linters in June 1934.
The woolen goods market continued in its seasonal dulness
although mills kept busy on existing contracts and prices
maintained their previous steadiness, with 1936 openings of
tropical worsteds and gabardines showing price advances
ranging from 10c. to 25c. a yard. Following the settlement
of the labor trouble in the garment industry and reflecting
the good response of the retail trade to the new fall lines,
trading in women's wear fabrics expanded appreciably, with
dress goods, coatings and cloakings moving in good volume.
Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were quoted July 31
at $1.50 @$1.64 against $1.36 @$1-.41, June 30; $1.35 @$1.40,
May 31; $1.36 @$1.41, April 30; $1.32 @$1.37, March 30;
$1.39@$1.44, Feb. 28; $1.40@$1.45, Jan. 31; $1.46@$1.51,
Dec. 31 1934; $1.30@$1.35, Nov. 30; $1.16@$1.21, Oct. 31
and on Sept. 29;
1.08@$1.13, Aug. 31; $1.05@$1.10,
July 31; $1.14@$1.19, June 29; $1.18@$1.23, May 31;
$1.223^@$1,273^2,
April 30; $1.33@$1.38, March 31;
$1.45@$1.50, Feb. 28; $1.55@$1.60, Jan. 31, all in 1934.
In the case of the 20-22 deniers Japanese crack double
extra were quoted at $1.51 @$1.56 July 31 against $1.30 @
$1.35, June 30; 1 $1.33@$1.38, May 31; $1.32@$1.37,
April 30; $1.-31 @$1.36, March 30; $1.40@$1.45, Feb. 28;
$1.36@$1.4i, Jan. 31; $1.43@$1.48, Dec. 31 1934; $1.28@
$1.33, Nov. 30; $1.10@$1.15, Oct. 31; $1.07@$1.12 on
Sept. 29 and Aug. 31 against $0.99@$1.04, July 31; $1.11@
$1.16, June 29; $1.16@$1.21, May 31; $1.14@$1.19,
April 30; $1.25@$1.30, March 31; $1.40@$1.45, Feb. 28;
$1.52@$1.57, Jan. 31, all in 1934.

:

Petroleum and Its Products

A concerted

three major oil States—Texas,
curtail production voluntarily
during August, with Texas authorities leading the way with
a sharp slash voted in mid-July for the balance of the month
Oklahoma

was

move

and

among

Kansas—to

the feature of

developments in the petroleum industry

during July.
The proposed cuts are even more drastic than

gested

by the Department of the Interior.

those sug¬
Governors of

the three States co-operating in the move, it is believed, are
frankly worried about the outbreak of crude oil price cuts.

"Throughout Texas there are unconnected wells which
cannot get connections because of the lack of market demand.
Therefore, the Commission is ordering this reduction so
that each well will share in the market," the statement

accompanying the announcement of the reduction stated.
allowable established the latter third of July
22,973 barrels under the market demand total estimated
for the State by the Bureau of Mines.
In East Texas the
The new

was

quota was cut to 433,000 barrels
barrels for the first 21 days of July;

compared with 470,000

A reduction of 7.5% in the allowable for all prorated
pools in Oklahoma for August was suggested by operators
at a market-demand meeting held by the State Corporation
Commission on July 25 and approved by that body.
Pro¬
duction of 491,000 barrels would compare with 517,400 bar¬
rels in July and would bei nearly 20,000 barrels in excess
of the cut suggested by the Bureau of Mines.

Kansas officials, it was reported, have notified Governor

Marland of Oklahoma that they plan a reduction

of 7.5%
daily allowable for the State in August from the total
for July.
An oil conservation law went into effect in
Louisiana on July 28, patterned mainly after the lines of
in the

the like laws in Oklahoma and Texas.

allotted

on

With these
tion

to

Production will be

the basis of "reasonable market demand."

States co-operating to pare crude oil produc¬

levels fairly

equal with market demand, the one
spot in the industry was California. With no State oil
control authority to set up or administer production quotas,
output in California has shown sharp advances in the
several wfeeks following the end of the Pacific Coast
Petroleum Agency when the National Recovery Administra¬
sore

oil

code

oil

tion

was

declared

unconstitutional.

West

Coast

co-operating to curb the heavy overproduction
which is threatening the California crude and refined price
men

are

and at the end of the month were reported con¬
sidering the formation, of a new association which would
curtail crude production through purchasing quotas.
structure

Washington

developments

during

the

month

fea¬

were

tured by recurrent reports that the House special subcom¬
mittee on oil would make its report to Congress recommend¬

ing what it held necessary in the way of Federal oil control.
report, although reported to be in its final stages two
or
three times, had not been formally presented to the
Congress when the month closed.
Unofficial comments upon the preliminary draft of the
The

report had given the industry a pretty fair conception of
what the main points in the report probably will be, how¬
ever.
It was reported that the committee will recommend
ratification of the inter-State compact for crude oil pro¬
duction control, establishment of a Federal fact-finding
agency to estimate and allocate market demand for crude
oil, limitation of imports, authority to control refinery
production and development of new pools, and: some form
of limited power for the Federal Government by which it
can stop inter-State movements of crude produced in excess
of State allowables.

State movements

The latter clause also will cover inter-

of crude

regulatory authorities

oil

from

States which have

no

associations, it was believed.
The report of the committee, as indicated in unofficial
discussions of its probable terms, will meet the approval of
the majority of the industry.
Its reported terms follow
along the lines of the control suggested by the American
Petroleum Institute in its recent petition to Congress pro¬
testing against the Thomas oil control measure which would
have vested drastic powers over the industry in the Secretary
or

of the Interior.

Secretary Ickes, however, is not

now

especially hopeful

that the Thomas Oil bill will pass at this session.
J. E. Shatford, former National Refinery Co-ordinator,
sent

letter to Senator Borah in mid-month

asking the legis¬
legislation permitting voluntary agreements
in the oil industry to provide for regulation of refinery
operations.
V
"My status as a refiner and my experience under the
a

lator

code

to

back

have

made

it

clear

that

the

small

man

in

the

oil

industry cannot hope to survive the effect of the proration
laws and the operations of major companies unless some
referee be appointed who shall have the power to keep the
contest within the limits of certain rules of equal oppor¬
tunity and fair play," the oil man stated.
"This is a situation peculiar to the oil Industry," he con¬
tinued.
"As a result of the policy of legislation, the small
refiner and marketer who does not

own

his

own

crude oil

production is compelled to purchase his raw material
market which is statistically balanced as to supply

on

a

and
demand but which is actually strengthened by a psycho¬
logical shortage, and in turn sells his product on a whole¬
sale market that at present has no restrictions put on it,
and a retail market that is fraught with all manner of com¬

Although the several cuts posted during July were in rela¬
tively unimportant fields, they were interpreted as indicat¬
ing a weakening of the price structure which has held un¬
changed since the $1 a barrel level set in September 1933.

petitive abuses."

Another unfavorable factor

and-demand position, according to the current issue of tha
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey house publication, the

was

the weakness in the retail

gasoline markets in the mid-West area.
A slash of 80,573 barrels in daily average allowable was
ordered by the Texas Railroad Commission on July 20, effec¬
tive the following Monday.
The reduction, equal to, roughly,

8% of the State's total quota, pared the daily average out¬




,v,

The sharp spurt in crude oil production in recent weeks,
due to the most part to the unrestrained flow of crude in
Calif ornia, is not serious with respect to the country's supply-

"Lamp."

.V,

Too much importance should not be attached to week-toweek changes in crude oil output in the United States, th&

magazine contended, adding that in

some

districts operating

I

been found economical to produce the
in one week and then shut
for the balance of the period.
Where this is done on

under quotas it has

entire allowable for the month
down

A

general advance of lc.

approximately

public utility than for the producer, manufacturer
other commodity in general use, W. R.
Boyd Jr., Executive Vice-President of the American Petro¬
leum Institute told the Mineral Section of the American Bar

was

the value of

after

meeting

in

Angeles

Los

in

convention

on

July 15.
Mr. Boyd criticized the

"law-of-capture," which he held
responsible for many of the production troubles afflicting
the industry.
He pointed out that the American Petroleum
Institute favored co-operating with the Federal Government
in meeting the problems of the industry, but stressed its
unswerving opposition to any Federal legislation which
would give Government officials control of the industry.
The special committee of the American Petroleum Com¬
mittee named to draft a marketing agreement from the best
sections of the Federal Trade Commission code of 1931 and
the defunct oil code has completed its work and will present
a report to the board of directors at a special meeting to
be held in New York City on Aug. 1.
The report, following
its submission to the board of directors,

will be sent to the

interpreted

of crude oil in the mid-West and South, they were

quarters as a warning that overproduction in certain
must be curbed or it may upset the entire price

some

areas

structure.

favorable

temporary decline early in the
month, which interrupted the forward movement which has
been in progress since the spring, the retail price structure

Pennsylvania reduction was the third in as many
months.
The July reduction was 10c. a barrel, however, as
contrasted with cuts of 15c. a barrel each posted in the two

previous months.
Under the new price schedule, posted
July 16, the South Penn Oil Co. quoted Pennsylvania grade
crude in Southwest Penn Pipe Lines at $1.67.
Oil in Eureka
Pipe Lines brought $1.62, and in Buckeye Pipe, $1.52. Tide¬
water Pipeline, Ltd., cut Bradford and Allegheny crude 10c.
% a barrel to $1.95.
'V;'•
A reduction of 10c. a barrel in crude oil postings at the
Sunburst, Mont., field was announced by the Ohio Oil Co.

The new schedule posted crude at $1.20 against
barrel previously paid by Ohio Oil.
The Humble Oil & Refining Co. posted a reduction of 5c.
July 20.

$1.30

in the Lower Rio Grande Valley
on July
1.
Mirando crude was lowered to 75c., Saxet to
80c., and Refugio heavy to 75c.
The cut was met the fol¬
lowing day by other major companies operating in that area.
Commission announced

The Texas Railroad

demand

and

lowered

fields by nearly 7,000 barrels

allowable

the

that

it con¬

for

the

three

to 33,000 barrels.

The policy
of meeting price cuts with production slashes was not main¬
tained for more than a week or so, however.
The Commis¬
sion

the

restored

restore

failed to

allowables

former
the

price

when

the

dependents

of

2c.

gallon in Chicago retail prices was
during the month.
Widespread

a

and

certain

dealer

stations

cuts.

major

the

of

companies.

Increasing consumption due to more favorable weather
prevailing throughout the mid-West area which
has been badly hit by bad driving weather was an effective
aid in correcting the retail price situation to some extent.
At the close of July, mid-West oil men were confident that
any
price cuts made could be successfully confined to
conditions

certain
of

The chance

where conditions are the worst.

areas

widespread cut at this time is remote, it was indicated.
A cut of 10c. a barrel in the price of Grade C bunker fuel
oil was posted by Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey on
July 11.
The new price schedule posted fuel oil at $1.05
ai New York,
Baltimore and Norfolk, and $1 at Charlesa

town, S. C.

Other companies met the cut.

apprehension in

the trade is the continued high operating rate of refineries.

During the first week in July gasoline stocks reversed the
a slight gain.
Stocks quickly resumed
their downward course, however,
due, oil men say, to

seasonal trend to show

unprecedented

operations
seasonal

Whether refiners will pare

retail demand.

quickly

decline

enough following

in

demand

was

Representative

price

changes,

the approach of the
question commanding
July closed.
a

indicating

the

course

of

refined products during July, follow:
July 5—Retail gasoline prices were cut 3 and 4 cents
San

a

gallon in the

Joaquin Valley in California.

July 9—A reduction of H cent a gallon was posted in the tank-car price
of 63-70 octane gasoline at

Chicago, making the new price 5H cents,

finery.

'

,

re¬

V'l.X

■ '

July 11—Gasoline prices were slashed to 6 gallons for 98 cents, Federal
and State taxes included, in Brooklyn,

price level.

2 to 3 cents under the Metropolitan

\

.;

y.:-yy

July 11—Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey reduced Grade C bunker fuel
oil 10 cents
at

a

barrel to $1.05 at New York, Baltimore and Norfolk, and $1

Charlestown,

S.

C.

o

July 12—Deep Rock Oil Corp. cut service station prices of gasoline 2 cents
a

gallon in the metropolitan Chicago area only.

July 15—Regular grade gasoline rose

K-cent a gallon in the Chicago

bulk market to 5% cents a gallon.

July 15—Retail gasoline prices were cut 2 cents a gallon in the Detroit
metropolitan area to 16.7 cents for regular and 15.2 cents for second-grade,

A few companies lowered premium 2 cents

exclusive of the 3% sales tax.
to

18.7 cents.

y:

■

July 15—Standard Oil Co. of New York posted advances ranging from
fractions to 2 cents a

gallon throughout Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode

Island.

;\.y.• y ■;/y:

yy

July 24—Socony-Vacuum Oil Co. advanced retail prices of gasoline 1 cent
a

gallon in the metropolitan New

York area with the exception of Staten

Island, effective July 25.

companies

July 25—Socony-Vacuum Oil Co. advanced retail prices of gasoline 1 cent
a

Meeting last Thursday, directors of the American Petro¬

;

rather unsettled condition.

"secret" price competition through granting discounts, pre¬
miums and other devices was reported rampant among in¬

strued the cut as evidence that production was in excess of
market

a

cut

posted by an independent

a

barrel in crude oil prices

a

in

One

The

on

While the bulk gasoline mar¬

in other areas.

as

much attention in trade circles as

v

.

price-cutting developed in Brooklyn.

A factor which has aroused considerable

slashed in the Pennsylvania fields,
| in Sunburst, Mont., and in the Gulf Coast area in Texas
during July. While the reductions were not in fields exert¬
ing any powerful influence upon the main price structure
in

brief outburst of

ket quickly recovered from a

Federal Trade Commission for its aporoval.
Crude oil prices were

this time a

levels prevailing at

same

Conditions in the mid-West gasoline market were not as

a

Association,

a

the

The advance in New York City was posted shortly

year ago.

marketer of any

or

gallon in metropolitan New

a

York, including Long Island and Westchester, but not Staten
Island, restored retail prices of gasoline, less taxes, to

considerable scale, it continued, it of course destroys
comparative production by weeks.
The sharp jump in California is not very serious in view
of the improved position of the country's supply-and-demand,
the "Lamp" continued.
This has been much improved in
recent years, partly through a reduction in crude produc¬
tion and partly through gains imconsumption of products.
There is no more justification for the oil industry to be

any

declared

11

MONTHLY REVIEW

Aug., 1935]

gallon at Boston and Providence, H cent throughout the State of Maine.

Tank-car prices were lifted H cent a

gallon at Portland, Me.

leum Institute received the proposal of the committee headed

by C. E. Arnott, Vice-President of Socony-Vacuum Corp., for
a new code to supplant the agreement which expired with
the invalidation of the National Industrial Recovery Act.
This measure is regarded as more elaborate and much
broader in scope than the National Recovery

under

code

which

the industry operated.

Administration

It is

now

being

placed before leaders in the industry at the various key
marketing cities around the country for their sanction.
Crude oil price changes

posted during July follow:

July 1—The Humble Oil & Refining Co. posted a reduction of 5 cents
a

barrel in crude oil prices in

the lower Rio Grande Valley.

75 cents by Standard of Jersey's subsidiary,

was

cut to

and

Refugio heavy to 80 cents.

July

2—The

Magnolia

Mirando crude

Saxet to 80 cents

Texas Co. met the cut.

Petroleum

Co.,

subsidiary

a

'

of

the

Socony-

Vacuum Oil Co., met the cuts instituted by Humble Oil & Refining Co. in
the

Rio

Grande

Valley.

July 16—The South Penn Oil Co. cut Pennsylvania grade crude oil 10
cents a barrel to

$1.52

in

$1.67 in Southwest Penn Pipe, $1.62 in Eureka Pipe and

Buckeye

Pipe.

V Alleghany 10 cents

a

Tidewater

Pipeline,

Ltd.,

cut

Bradford

July 20—The Ohio Oil Co. cut Sunburst, Mont., crude 10 cents
to

and

barrel to $1.95.
a

barrel

$1.20.

Advances in

retail

gasoline prices in the New York-New

England marketing area posted by the Socony-Vacuum Oil
Co. during July restored prices in most subnormal points in
New England to "regular" levels.
had two advances totaling 3c. in
the

Boston, long a sore spot,
all in retail prices during

month.

The company posted an increase of %c. a gallon in retail
prices throughout Maine, and also lifted the tank-car price
of gasoline at Portland, Me., %c. a gallon.
Providence and
other New England points where prices had been under the

general

level

were

advances.




-

restored

to

"normal"
,

•

.

levels

by

the

THE JULY FINANCING

OF THE UNITED STATES

TREASURY

redemption of $600,000,000 of 2% consols on July 1
did not for long result in any reduction in the Federal debt
outstanding.
For directly after this debt retirement was
undertaken the Treasury sold new securities, without any
The

corresponding maturities, which soon had the outstanding
debt volume back where it was before the month began.
The original intention had been to bring about a genuine
reduction in the debt volume when the consols were retired,
as the Treasury had stated in April that these bonds were to
be redeemed out of the "profit" incident to the devaluation
of the dollar. This plan was modified, however, when it was
,

realized that it would involve a further considerable

mcrease

already record amount of surplus bank reserves. Tne
Treasury, thereupon, drew on its devaluation profits only
to toe extent of $90,000,000 and obtained the rest of the funds

in the

needed by calling in deposits from depositary institutions.
It was then necessary to restore the Treasury balance by

raising fresh funds in the market. The amended intention
of the Treasury is to make use of the gold profit only as the
National bank notes issued against the currency are retired,
making for a slower increase in excess reserves.
Two issues were floated to raise the Treasury's balance
back to what is considered a normal level for these days of
heavy expenditures.

The Secretary of the Treasury, Henry

Morgenthau Jr., offered on July 8 $500,000,000 or there¬
abouts of 1%% Treasury notes maturing in December
1939. Six days later another portion of 2%% bonds, aggre¬
gating $100,000,000 or thereabouts, was offered to the
highest bidders.
The offering of notes afforded another indication of the
Treasury's new policy of coming to the market for funds as

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MONTHLY REVIEW

needed instead of concentrating its major
borrowing at the
tax dates.
The four-year five month 1%%
Treasury notes
bear a record low rate so far as the coupon alone is con¬

PUBLIC

new issue of $70,000,000 1st mtge.
334 % bonds, due 1965, which will replace two issues of 434%
bonds aggregating the same amount, was
publicly offered
July 18 at 10134 and int.
The offering syndicate is composed
of tne First Boston Corp.; H. M.
Byllesby & Co., Inc.; W. C.
Langley & Co.; Ladenburg, Thalmann & Co.; A. O. Allyn &
Co., Inc.; Edward B. Smith & Co.; Blyth & Co., Inc.; Mellon
Securities Co.; Lee Higginson Corp.; Hayden, Stone &
Co.;
Kidder, Peabody & Co.; Lazard Freres & Co., Inc.; Bonbright
& Co., Inc.; Field, Glore & Co.; Stone & Webster and
Blodget,
Inc.; E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Central Republic Co.; Gran¬
bery, Safford & Co., and Emanuel & Co.

cerned, but in actuality the rate is about comparable to the
1 Yi% paid on an issue of five-year notes which were offered
in exchange for other Treasury notes maturing on June 15
and Aug. 1.
The notes were dated July 15 1935 and will
mature Dec. 15 1939.
They are not subject to redemption
before the latter date. Except as to estate or inheritance and
gift taxes, the notes are exempt, both as to principal and
interest, from all taxation.
Subscription books were kept open only one day, July 8.
Secretary Morgenthau said on July 18 that subscriptions to
the notes had totaled $2,970,169,700, of which
$526,233,000
had been allotted.

It

qualified depositaries had paid for only a little more than
half of the issue by the war loan deposit method.
Owing
to the fact that the banks had such large quantities of
surplus
reserves, a substantial amount of the new notes was paid
for in cash.
On

.

,

50,000,000 Public Service Electric & Gas Co.—The company was sold
to a small group of insurance
companies and financial institu¬
tions; $50,000,000 of $65,000,000 1st & ref. mtge. bonds,
334 % series, due 1965, at par.
These bonds have been sold to

15

were

an

addition to and

furnish funds in part to redeem two issues of bonds at
present
outstanding—one for $45,000,000 due in 1967 and one for

$20,000,000
issues

part of the series of
offered in March and
a

down

March 15 to

to

101 17-32

and

accrued

interest

details of the

count basis

new

completed, and that there

Bills.

Offered

Amount of

Dated

June 27 1935
June 27 1935

July
July

4 1935

4 1935

July
July
July

11 1935
18 1935
25 1935

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Mature

3 1935
3 1935
10
10
17
24
31

1935
1935
1935
1935
1935

Nov. 13 1935

Apr.

1 1936

Nov. 20 1935

133 days

8 1936

Apr.

273 days
273 days

Apr.

273 days
273 days

Apr.

.15 1936
Apr. 22 1936
29 1936

124,306.000

197,310,000
160,295,000
158,852.000

To Redeem

Bills
■

Subscrip¬

Offered

tions

June 27 1935
June 27 1935

July

4 1935

July

4 1935

July
July
July

11 1935
18 1935

25 1935

$88,147,000
158,424,000
124,306,000
197,310,000
223,998,000
160,295,000
158,852,000

Amount

Arerage

Accepted

-

Price

Yield

Maturing

99.973

0.072%

99.919

follows:

i

50,100,000
50,062,000

99.939

50,015,000
50.050,000

99.957

0.068% 1
0.080% J
0.052%
0.057%
0 071%

99.961
99 946

Brown

with

and

1

1961.

The bonds

yield over 434%.




were

vestors
'

■.■

V

9934

that

comprised

associates

Co.;

no

allotment

was.

made

on

over-sub¬

Balti¬

were

the list of purchasers of the new bonds.
carried out through White, Weld & Co. and

■

Jan.

1 1942.
The proceeds will be used to provide funds for
the payment of $4,000,000 1st
mtge. 5% bonds in the hands
of the public which were paid at
was

no

maturity July 1 1935.
publip offering made of these notes.

There

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS FINANCING

$55,000,000 Bethlehem

Steel Corp.—Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Edward B,
Smith & Co.; Brown Harriman & Co.,
Inc.; The First Boston
Corp.; J. & W. Seligman & Co. and G. M.-P. Murphy & Co.
on July 2 1935 offered at
9834 and interest, 25-year consol.
mtge. s. f. 434% bonds, series D, due July 1 1960.

48,000,000 Armour

& Co. of Del.—The First Boston Corp.; Brown
Harriman & Co., Inc.; Edward B. Smith & Co.;
Blyth & Co.,

Inc.; Lee, Higginson Corp. and associates on July 9 offered
at 9834% and accrued
int., $48,000,000 1st mtge. 20-year
4% sinking fund bonds, series B, due Aug. 1 1955.
32,000,000 Pure Oil Co.—An issue of $32,000,000 15-year 434% sinking
fund notes, due July 1 1950
(carrying non-detachable common
stock

purchase warrants),
Edward B. Smith & Co.;
Stuart

Kidder,
notes

and accrued int. to

&

4,000,000 Keystone Telephone Co. of Phila.—The company has
issued $4,000,000 of
promissory notes, dated July 1 1935, due

FINANCING

offered at

Glore

$7,326,000 30-year, series M, 334% 1st ref, mtge. sinking
fund bonds, according to an announcement
by Aldred & Co.,
New York, fiscal agent.
A group of seven institutional in¬

Negotiations

RAILROAD

Field,

more—The company has arranged for the sale at par, subject
the approval of the P. S. Commission of
Maryland, of

75.106.000

$651,000 Kentucky & Indiana Terminal RR.—Granbery, Safford &
Co. of New York and Whiting, Weeks &
Knowles, Inc., of Boston,
have sold an issue of $651,000 1st
mtge. 4*4% bonds, due Jan.

Inc.;

to

75,079,000
75,129,000

DIVIDENDS IN JULY

Co.,

the offering.

completed
scriptions.

75,185,000

financing in the domestic market for the month of
July exceeded the total of any month in a period of over
four years with public utility issues contributing more than
half the month's total.
The bulk of new offerings put out
during July were mostly of a refunding nature, the largest
of which was the $70,000,000 issue of the
Duquesne Light
Co. made up of 1st mtge. 3^% bonds offered at 101^ and
int., due in 1965.
This was followed by the $53,000,000
offering of the Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston
1st mtge. 3^% s. f. bonds, series
A, priced at 103.79%
and accrued int., to yield
3.30% and due in 1965. One other
emission of size was the
$55,000,000 offering of the Bethle¬
hem Steel Corp. consisting of
25-yr. consol. mtge. s. f.
4M% bonds, series D at 98^ and int.
The bonds become
due in 1960.
Below we give the larger
.offerings for July:

&

7,326,000 Consolidated Gas, Electric Light & Power Co. of

$75,150,000

New

Harriman

15,000,000 Southern California Gas Co.—Public offering was made
July 29 of $15,000,000 1st mtge. & ref. bonds, 4% series, due
1965, at 10134 and int. by an underwriting group headed
by
Blyth & Co., Inc.; Dean Witter & Co.; Brown Harriman &
Co., Inc.; Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.; The First
./
Boston Corp.: Edward B. Smith & Co.; Hayden, Stone &
Co., and E. H, Rollins & Sons, Inc.
9,765,000 Central Hudson Gas & Electric
Corp.—The corporation,
which
serves
Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Newburgh, Kingston
and numerous other communities in N. Y.
State, entered the
market July 1 with an issue of $9,765,000 1st & ref.
mtge.
bonds, 334% series due 1965.
This is believed to be the
r-.:.lowest coupon rate on any large refunding issue offered under
the Securities Act.
The offering group conists of Edward B.
Smith & Co.; Kidder, Peabody &
Co.; Estabrook & Co.;
Lazard Freres & Co., Inc. of New York, and Stroud &
Co.,
Inc., of Philadelphia.
The bonds are priced at 100% and int.
8,500,000 Associated Telephone Co., Ltd.—A new issue of $8,500,000
1st mtge. 4% bonds, series B, was offered
July 23 by an under¬
writing group headed by Bonbright & Co., Inc., and including
Paine, Webber & Co.; Mitchum, Tully & Co., and Blyth &
Co., Inc.
The bonds were priced at 99 and int. and become
due July 1 1965.
Bonbright & Co., Inc., manager of the selling
group, reports that the offering to the selling group has been

-

NEW SECURITY ISSUES AND

bonds available for further

Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc.; Lee Higginson Corp., and Edward
ii/Yf-B. Smith & Co. Edward B. Smith & Co. are managers of the
Eastern selling group and Halsey, Stuart &
Co., Inc. are
managers of the Western selling group organized in connection

0.107%/

99.975

\

no

Field, Glore &
Co.; William R. Staats Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co.; White,
& Co.; Coffin & Burr, Inc.; Pacific Co. of California
and Stone & Webster and Blodget, Inc.
16,000,000 Public Service Co. of Northern Illinois—Public offering
of $16,000,000 1st lien & ref.
mtge. 434% bonds, series I,
was made July 23 at
100% and int., due July 1 1960.
The
offering group appear on the prospectus alphabetically, as

Issue of

$50,007,000
50,000.GOO
50,045,000

are

Weld

'

223,998.000

v

Associated with the First Boston Corp. in the
underwriting
and the offering are: E. H. Rollins & Sons,
Inc.; Blyth & Co.,
Inc.; Brown Harriman & Co., Inc.; Lazard Freres & Co., Inc.;
Edward B. Smith & Co.; Dean Witter &
Co.;

Subscrip¬

158,424,000

The two

10434, the

of the Securities Act.

dis¬

$88,147,000

at

together with the $73,000,000 of new bonds
offered by the company earlier in the
year, makes a total of
$108,000,000 of refunding undertaken by the corporation during
the current year and represents the
largest amount of new
securities registered by any one
company under the provisions

■

$50,000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000
50.000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000

interest.

This financing,

from

tions '

Offering
133 days
273 days

on a

bearing 434%

allotment to dealers.

low.

sales of

Treasury bills sold
given in the following tables:

are

Bills

a

1970,

35,000,000 Southern California Edison Co., Ltd.—Public offering o'
a new issue of $35,060,000
refunding mortgage gold bondsseries B, 3?i%, due 1960 was made
July 1 by a syndicate
headed by the First Boston Corp.
The bonds were priced at
9834 and accrued int.
It was announced on the same day that
the offering to the selling syndicate had been
successfully

The yield, on the average, was 2.771%
to the earliest call date and 2.787% to maturity.
During July a net decline of $25,000,000 took place in the
amount of discount bills outstanding.
The first two weekly
maturities of $75,000,000 of 182-day bills were replaced
by
$50,000,000 of 133-day and $50,000,000 of 273-day bills,
but the next three $75,000,000 182-day maturities were
replaced by $50,000,000 of 273-day bills. It was indicated
at the Treasury on July 25 that until Aug. 21 the
weekly
bill issues would be kept down to $50,000,000, or about
$25,000,000 lens than weekly maturities.
After Aug. 31
every one of tlie weekly, bill issues outstanding will be about
$50,000,000 in amount.
The average yield on 273-day
bills dropped in July to a new low of 0.052%,
compared with
0.123% on the last June issue, and the rate on the 133-day
The

due in

present outstanding are being called
on Oct. 1 1935.

40,000,000 Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.—As part of a refund¬
ing operation to redeem three issues of 5% bonds aggregating
$40,000,000, public offering was made July 15 of a new issue
of $40,000,000 gen.
mtge. bonds, 3 H%, series due 1965,
trhough a group headed by Dillon, Read & Co.. and including
The First Boston Corp.; Brown Harriman &
Co.v, Inc.; Spencer
Trask & Co.; Coffin & Burr, Inc.;
Blyth & Co., Inc.; Stone &
Webster and Blodget,
Inc.; Goldman, Sachs & Co., and
Hayden, Miller & Co.
The bonds were priced at
10234 and
int. from July 1 1935.

Aug. 5.

bills likewise sank to

at

redemption price,

Treasury bonds of 1955-60
Secretary Morgenthau announced on July 18 that
tenders had been received for $Pl0,9o8,000 face pmount of
the bonds and that $101,967,000 had been accepted.
The
bids ranged from 101 27-32 down to 101 19-32 and accrued
interest from March 15 to July 22 1935. The average
price
bid was 101 19-32, giving a yield of about 2.77% to the
earliest call date and about 2.78% to maturity.
A total
premium of $1,631,894 was paid.
Secretary Morgenthau announced on July 25 that another
$100,000,000 of this issue of 2%% bonds would be offered
on
July 29 to the highest bidders.
The Treasury made
known on Aug. 1 the fact that $320,981,000 of subscriptions
had been received for the bonds, of which $106,483,000 had
been accepted at an average price of 101 18-32.
The total
premium was $1,663,838.
Bids submitted ranged from

2J/8%
April.

101 24-32

,

.

.

tenders were received for $100,000,000 of
2V%% Treasury bonds on a bid basis. It was the third issue
of Treasury bonds to be offered to the highest bidders. The
bonds will mature on March 15 1960, but may be redeemed
at the option of the United States on or after March 15 1955.
July

The bonds

53,000,000 Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston—Public offer¬
ing of $53,000,000 1st mtge. 334% sinking fund bonds, series
A, due 1965, was made July 10 at a price of 103.79% and
accrued int. to yield 3.30% by the banking
syndicate which
;
;
was awarded the issue at a competitive sale.
The group is
composed of The First Boston Corp.; Lee Higginson Corp.;
F. S. Moseley & Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co.; Brown
Harriman
:•
& Co., Inc.; Burr, Gannett & Co.; White Weld &
Co.; Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Hornblower & Weeks; Stone & Webster
and Blodget, Inc.; Estabrook & Co.; R. L.
Day & Co.; Hayden,
Stone & Co.; Paine, Webber & Co.; Jackson &
Curtis; Tucker,
Anthony & Co.; Coffin & Burr, Inc.; Whiting, Weeks &
Knowles, Inc.; Arthur Perry & Co., Inc.; Spencer Trask &
Co., H. M. Byllesby & Co., Inc.; Blake Brothers & Co., and
Newton, Abbe & Co.
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disclosed that banks and other

was

UTILITY FINANCING

$70,000,000 Duquesne Light Co.—A

&

was publicly offered July
17 by
The First Boston Corp.; Halsey,
Co., Inc.; Lehman Brothers; Field, Glore & Co.;
Peabody & Co., and Central Republic Co.
The

were

issued at 100 and int.

250,OOOshs.Commercial Investment Trust Corp.—Dillon, Read & Co.;
:

;

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Lehman Brothers, and Lazard Freres & Co., Inc. offered at
$100 a share (plus divs. from July 1 to date of delivery) 250,-

000 shares of convertible preference stock
$4.25 series of 1935

(no

par

value).

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$20,000,000 Wilson & Co., Inc.—Edward B. Smith Sc Co.; Field, Glore &
Co.; Speyer & Co.; The First Boston Corp.; Hallgarten & Co.:
Goldman, Sachs & Co.; Bancamerlca-BlaLr Corp.; Lazard
Freres & Co., Inc.; Hornblower & Weeks, and Lee, Higginson
Corp. on July 30 offered at 100 and int. $20,000,000 1st mtge.
20-year bonds, series A, 4%, due July 15 1955.
9,000,000 Armstrong Cork Co.—15-year 4% debentures at 110 and
int., due July 1 1950.
By Edward B. Smith & Co.; Kidder,
Peabody & Co., and Lazard Freres & Co., Inc.
4,300,000 American Toll Bridge Co.—1st mtge. 5Hs, due 1945 was
made on the Pacific Coast on July 30 and reported all sold by
the close of business.
Underwriters were Blyth & Co., Inc.;
Dean Witter & Co.; Mitchum, Tully & Co.; E. H. Rollins &
Sons, Inc.; Elworthy & Co. and William Cavalier & CoProceeds from the sale of the issue will be used to retire $3,149,000 1st mtge. 7s, and $1,031,500 2d mtge. 8s.
4,000,000 Brown Shoe Co., Inc.—15-year 3H% sinking fund deben¬
tures was offered publicly July 30 by Goldman, Sachs & Co.
\
and Lehman Bros, at par and int.
The issue was oversub1
scribed the day of offering.
The debentures become due Aug.
i

1950.

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Portland

2,200,000 Medusa

Cement

Co.-—Hayden,

Otis & Co.; Merrill, Hawley &

Miller

*

Maturity
Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
*

Prices*

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1
1

Oct,

98.10
100.00

1

Oct.

98.95
98.50

1

Plus accrued interest to date of

1

Prices*

Rate

Maturity

98.85

1936
1937
1938
1939
1940

Oct.

Coupon

Coupon
Bate

Baldwin Rubber Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on account of accumulations
on the no par cum. conv. $1,50 class A
preferred stock, payable Aug.
30 1935.
This will be the first dividend paid on the prefened stock since
Dec. 31 1931 when a regular quarterly of 37Hc. a share was disbursed.
Birtman Electric Co.*-rExtra dividend of 10c. a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the commozi stock, both

payable Aug. 1 1935.

(C.) Brewer & Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of $1
stock, payable July 25 1935,

100%
100%
100%

1941
1942
1943
1944
1945

100%

100%

delivery.

60,000 shs.Froedtert Grain & Malting Co., Inc. (Wis.)—Hammons &
Co., Inc., New York, offered 60,000 shs. of cum. partic. and
conv. preferred stock (par $15) at $15.75 a share.

1

3,500,000 Dallas, Texas, 3% bonds sold to a group headed by Brown
Harriman & Co., Inc., of New York at 98.859, a basis of about
3.076%.
Thev mature serially from 1936 to 1965, incl., and
were re-offered for general investment at prices to yield from
0.40% to 3.15%.
4

3,000,000 Oregon (State of) highway bonds, comprising $1,575,000
2H» due from 1950 to 1960, incl., $750,000 2Hs due from 1945
to 1949, and $675,000 1 %b maturing from 1940 to 1944, incl.,
purchased by Brown Harriman & Co., Inc., of New York
and associates at 96.159, a basis of about 2.63%.
The bankers
in re-offering the bonds priced the 1H» to yield from 1.75%
to 2.30%, according to maturity; the 2Hs from 2.35% to
2.55%. and the 2H» from 2.60% to 2.75%.

2,000,000 Texas (State of) relief bonds, including $1,450,500 2Hs

to $1 a

Wash., 4%

municipal light and power refunding

bonds maturing from

1 1932 when

1,181,000 Columbus, Ohio, 3% bonds, comprising various issues ma¬
turing serially from 1940 to 1958, incl., awarded to an account
headed by the Northern Trust Co. of Chicago at a price of
100.091, a basis of about 2.99 %.
Re-offered at prices to yield

Deere & Co.—Dividend on the
7% cum. pref.
a share to 35c. a
share, payable Sept. 3 1935.
Diamond Match Co.—Dividend of 50c.

Dictaphone Corp.—Dividend

price of 103.81,

a

basis of

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

the

a

share

stock increased from 20c.
on

on

the

no

par

stock increased

common

on

the

new

a share on the no par common
stock, payable Aug. 31 1935.
First Boston Corp.—Dividend of $1.20 a share on the capital stock,
payable July 25 1935.
An Liitial distribution of 50c. a share was made
on Jan. 21
1935.

Fitz Simmons & Connell Dredge & Dock Co.—Extra dividend of 12Hc.
a share in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of like amount on
the no par common stock, both payable Sept. 1 1935.

Fort Worth (Tex.) Stock Yards Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in
addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 37Hc. a shale on the no
par common stock, both payable Aug. 1 1935.
A similar extra was paid
on

Nov. 1 1934.

General Metals

/

Corp., Ltd.—Initial dividend of 25c.

par common stock, payable July 20

share on the no

a

1935.

Goebel

Brewing Co.—Extra dividend of 5c. a share in addition to a
quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock, par $1 both
payable Sept. 30 1935.

Greenfield Tap & Die Corp.—Dividend of 75c. a share on the $6 conv.
pref. stock, no par value, out of earnings of the second quarter of this

which

year,

50c.

share

a

approximately $1.19 a share. An initial dividend
on this issue on May 1 last.

were
was

of

paid

(C. M.) Hall Lamp Co.—Dividend of 10c. a share on the no par common
stock, payable July 15 1935.
This payment represents the first distri¬
bution made since Dec. 28 1934, when a similar dividend was paid.
Hawaiian Commercial

& Sugar Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of 50c. a
share on the
capital stock, both payable Aug. 15 1935.
Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.—Initial dividend of 50c. a
share on the capital stock, payable in Canadian funds, on Aug. 31 1935.
Inland Steel Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share in addition to- the regular
quarterly dividend of 50c. on the capital stock of no par value, both
payable Sept. 3 1935.
share in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 75c. a

Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania—Semi-annual dividend of
$4 a share was paid on the cpaital stock on July 11 1935.
This compares
with $3 a share paid on Jan. 16 1935.
Insuranchares

Certificates, Inc.—Dividend of 8c. a share on the com¬
1935.
This compares with 7c. paid on

mon stock, payable Sept. 20
.March 20 1935.

\y

"

Inter-City Baking Co., Lt<&—Dividend of $1

a share on the common stock
payable Aug. 1 1935. This will be the first disbursement on these shares
since the early part of 1932 when a semi-annual payment of $2 a share
was

made.

>.

:

International Bronze Products, Ltd.—Initial divide id of
on the common stock, no par value, payable July 15 1935.

Keystone Steel & Wire Co.—Div.

on

25c.

a

share

the no par common stock increased
1935.

from 50c. a share to $1 a share, payable Aug. 1

Leonard Custom Tailors Co.—Div. of 10c.

payable Aug.

stock,
issue

was a

1

1935.

dividend of 25c.

a

a

share

on

the no par common

The last previous disbursement on this

share

on

March 2 1931.

Lucky Tiger Combination Gold Mining Co.—The directors have de¬
clared an extra div. of 3c. a share in addition to the regular quarterly
div. of lixe amount on the capital stock, both payable July 20 1935.

McGraw Electric Co.—Div. on the common stock increased from 25c.
a share to 50c. a share, payable Aug. 1 1935.

Madison Square Garden Corp.—Div. of 15c. a share on the no par com¬
mon stock, payable Aug. 30 1935.
This will be the first payment on this
issue since July 16 1931, when a quarterly disbursement of 15c. a share
Maui

made.

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Agricultural

v ''".7..'.-V
Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of 30c.

tion to the regular quarterly
both payable Oct. 1 1935.

a shaie in addi¬
dividend of 15c. a share on the common stock,

;

;

Melville Shoe Corp.—Dividend on the no par com non stock increased
fro n 50c. a share to 62Hc. a share, payable Aug. 1 1935.

Motor

Wheel

12Hc.

a

Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
share to 15c. a share, payable Sept. 10 1935.

National Automotive Fibres, Inc.—Initial dividend of 25c. a share and
an extra div. of 12Hc. a share on the no par class A stock, both payable

Aug. 1 1935.

the common stock increased from

l2Mc.

share, payable Aug. 15 1935.

Alabama &

Vicksburg Ry.—Dividend of $3 a share on the capital stock,
payable Oct. 1 1935.
This compares with $2.75 a share paid on April 1
last, and $3 a share previously each six months.
Alaska Packers Association—Two dividends of $2 a share each on the
common

on

Eaton Manufacturing Co.—Extra dividend of 12He. a share in addition
to a regular quarterly dividend of 25c. on the common stock, no par,
both payable Aug. 15 1935.

FAVORABLE CHANGES
share to 25c. a

paid.

share

Previously semi-annual

from 50c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Sept. 3 1935.
Dominion Coal Co., Ltd.—Initial dividend of 75c. a share
6% cum. pref. stock, payable Aug. 10 1935.

Re-offered at prices to yield the investor from

on

was
a

the common stock pay¬
able Sept. 3 1935; the directors also declared a dividend of 25c. a share
the common, payable Dec. 2 1935.

3.50% to 4.50%, according to maturity.

Co.—Dividend

share

on

was

Wire

a

payments of $5 a share were made on the old $100 par stock from Aug.
1 1933 to and including Feb. 1 1935.

due in 1949.

a

regular quarterly dividend of $1.50

a

$10 par capital stock, payable Aug. 1 1935.

new

prices ranging from par for the 1943 bonds to 98.75 for those

Acme

Copper Corp.—Dividend on the capital stock increased
share, payable Aug. 1 1935.
In each of the five preceding quarters
a share were made.

City of New York Insurance Co.—Initial dividend of 50c.

1943 to 1949, incl., sold to the Banc-

america-Blair Corp. of New York and associates at 96.50, a
basis of about 4.40%.
Re-offered for general investment at

4.40%.

common

Chicago Wilmington & Franklin Coal Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share
paid on account of accumulations on the 6% cum. pref stock on Aug. 1
1935.
This was the first distribution made on the preferred since Nov.

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a

the

disbursements of 50c.

,

about

on

Cerro de Pasco

.

ma¬

turing from 1936 to 1941, incl., and $549,500 2Hs due in 1942
and 1943, awarded to an account headed by R. w. Pressprich
& Co. of New York at 100.06 a basis of about 2.37%.
1,523,000 North Carolina (State of) 4, 4H* 4H and 4H% highway
bonds, due serially from 1937 to 1940, incl., sold privately
by the State Sinking Fund to the Chase National Bank of
New York and others.
Price paid not made public.
Public
re-offering by the bankers was made on a yield basis of from
1.20% to 2%.

of New York and associates at

share

Eddy Paper Co.—Initial dividend of 30c.

MUNICIPAL FINANCING

$38,000,000 New York, N. Y., corporate stock and serial bonds, of which
$18,700,000 3Hs and $6,300,000 3Hs mature in 1975; $8,000,000 4s due from 1937 to 1965, incl., and $5,000,000 4M»
mature serially from
1937 to 1955, incl., awarded to the
National City Bank of New York and associates at a price of
100.01, the net interest cost to the city being 3.477%.
Public
re-offering of the obligations by the bankers was made as fol¬
lows: $18,700,000 3>£% stock at a price of 96.50, to yield
about 3.41%, and $6,300,000 3H% stock at 102, yielding
about 3.65%; $8,000,000 4% serial bonds at prices to yield
from 1.50% to 3.65%, according to maturity, while the yield
on the $5,000,000 4Mb ranged from 1.50% to 3.60%.
7,000,000 South Dakota (State of) 4% rural credit refunding bonds,
due serially from 1943 to 1949, incl., awarded to a syndicate
headed by Edward B. Smith & Co. of New York at a price of
100.10, a basis of about 3.985%.
Publicly rq-offered at prices
to yield from 3.60% to 3.80%, according to maturity.
5,437,000 Boston, Mass., 2H % various issues of serial and sinking fund
bonds purchased by an account headed by Lehman Bros, of
New York at a price of 100.10, a basis of about 2.489%.
In
re-offering the bonds, the bankers priced the $4,937,000 noncallable serial bonds to yield from 0.50% to 2.70%, while a
$500,000 sinking fund issue due 1965 and callable beginning
Aug. 1 1955 was offered at a price of 95, to yield 2.745%.
The
serial maturities run from 1936 to 1955, inclusive.

1,500,000 Seattle,

a

Calaveras Cement Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on account of accumu¬
lations on the 7% cum. pref, stock payable Aug, 12 1935.
This will be
the first distribution made on this issue since Jan. 15 1934 when a
regular
quarterly of $1.75 a share was made.

Co.;

&

Co.; Mitchell, Herrick & Co.

Field, Richards & Shepard, Inc.; McDonald-Coolidge & Co.;
Ourtiss, House & Co., and Maynard H. Murch & Co. are
offering $2,200,000 1st mtge. & coll. trust conv. serial bonds.
The bonds (each maturity being in the principal amount of
$220,000) are offered to the public at the following prices:

13

stock (one classified as "a dividend" and the other

as a

"special

National Gypsum Co.—Directors have declared both the cash and stock
dividends on the preferred stock which were recently approved by the
stocKholders to erase arrearages amounting to $21.50 on the majority
the existing stock, and to
Aug. 15 1935.

of

/

$16.25 on the smaller amount, payable
V.
,,
,

National Union Fire Insurance Co.—Extra div. of $1 a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the capital stock,
both

payable Aug.

12 1935.

dividend"), both payable Aug. 10 1935.
Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of $1.50 a share on the common stock
both payable Sept. 14 1935.

Northwestern Public Service Co.—Dividend of $1.16 2-3 a share on the
7% cumul. pref. stock and a dividend of $1 a share on the 6% cumul.
pref. stock, both payable Sept. 2 1935.
This compares with payments
of 87Hc. and 75c. a share, respectively, made on these issues in each of

Allied Mills, Inc.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock payable
July 31 1935.
This represents the first payment made on this issue
since July 1 1930, when 15c. a share was distributed.

Ontario Steel Products Co., Ltd.—Dividend of $1 a share on account of
accumulations on the 7% cumul. pref. stock, payable Aug. 1 1935.

Stores Corp.—Initial dividend of $1.25
preferred stock, payable Oct. 1 1935.

Allied

a

share

on

the 5%

cum

Anglo-Canadian Telephone Co.—Initial dividend Of 87 He. a share on
the 7% cu:n. pref. stock, payable Aug. 1 1935.
Initial dividends of
12Hc. a share on the class A common and 10c. a share on the class B com¬
mon stocks were also declared, payable Sept. 3 and Sept. 4 1935
respectively.. /
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•

the

preceding quarters.

This represents the first payment made on this issue since Aug.
when a regular quarterly dividend of $1.75 a share was paid.

15 1932

Pacific American Fisheries, inc.—Initial quarterly dividend of $1.25 a
share on the 5% cumul. preferred stock, payable Aug. 1 1935.

Parker Rust-Proof Co.—^tock dividend of 10% in addition to the regular
quarterly cash dividend of 75c. a share on the no par common stock, both

■

,

.

Apollo Steel Co.—Dividend of 12Hc, a share was paid on the common
stock on July 1 1935, the first distribution to be made since April 11931
when 15c.

a

share was disbursed.

**

Argonaut Mining Co.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the
payable July 251935. A dividend of 50c. a share was paid
Aug. 23 1934, but none since.




common stock

on this issue on

payable Aug. 20 1935.
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share on the $25
par, common stock, payable Aug. 15 1935.
dend of 50c. a share was paid on July 1 last.

The regular quarterly divi-

Pressed Metals of America, Inc.—Dividend of l2Hc. a share on the
common stock, no par value, payable Oct. 1 1935.
A cash dividend of
6He. was paid on Jan. 2 1932.
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Pyrene Manufacturing: Co.—Special dividend of 20c. a share on the
common stock, payable Aug. 15 1935.
This represents the first dividend
to be paid on the common stock, since Aug. 1 1931, when 10c. was
distributed.

St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.—Extra dividend of $1.50
in addition to the

the

stock

common

regular quarterly dividend of like amount
on July 17 1935.

San Carlos Milling Co.,
to the

was

a share
paid on

Ltd.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share in addition
20c. a share on the common stock,

regular monthly dividend of

both payable Aug. 15

1935.

Scranton Lace Co.—The company paid a dividend of $29.75 a share on
account of accumulations on the 7% cumul. pref. stock on June 29, thus

paying up all back dividends on this issue.
A dividend of $1 a share on
the no par common stock was also paid on July 1 1935.
This was the
on the common stock since Aug. 1 1930, when a regu¬
lar quarterly of $1 a share was made.
Sherwin-Williams Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
75c. a share to $1 a share, payable Aug. 15 1935.
first disbursement

Sparta Foundry Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a share on the common
stock, payable Aug. 1 1935.
An extra dividend of 25c. in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of like amount was paid on June 29 last.
Standard-Coosa-Thatcher Co.—Dividend of 12 He. a share
mon

on the com¬
stock, payable Aug. 10 1935.
This marks the resumption of divi¬
on the common stock as no disbursements were made since Oct. 1

dends

1934, when

regular quarterly dividend of 12Hc. was paid.

a

___

Sterling Brewers, Inc.—Special dividend of 7Hc. a share on the common
stock, par $1, payable July 20 1935.
on the no par common stock increased
from 40c. a share to 50c. a share and was payable June 30 1935.

Taylor-Colquitt Co.—Dividend

Transamerica Corp.—Semi-annual dividend on
increased from

12He.

share to 15c.

a

a

the no par capital stock
share, payable July 31 1935.

United Endowment Foundation, Inc.—Semi-annual distribution on the
Foundation

Trust Shares,

series A, of 8c. a share paid July 15 1935.
7c. a share made on Jan. 15 1935.

This compares with a distribution of

United Engineering &
new

on tne
The common stock was
payable Aug. 9 1935.
On May 10, last, the company paid a dividend
share on the old common stock.

stock,

common

recently split two for
of

37He.

Foundry Co.—Dividend of 25c. a share

a

one.

United National Corp.—Dividend resumed on the non-cumulative partici¬
pating pref. stock by the payment of 10c. a share on July 15 1935.
This
was thefirst distribution made on this issue since Dec. 1 1930 when 40c. a
share was paid.

Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific Ry.—Semi-annual dividend of $2.50
share

on

the

$2 paid

on

April 1 last.

a

common

This compares with

stock, payable Oct. 1 1935.

Walgreen Co.—Dividend
share to 35c,

a

a

on the no par common stock increased from 30c.
share, payable Aug. 1 1935.

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.—Dividend of 50c.

a

share

on

the

stock, payable Aug. 30 1935.
This action marks the resumption
on the common stock, the last previous dividend was paid
April 30 1932 at the rate of 25c. a share.

common

of dividends
on

Wilcox-Rich
from 20c.

Winn

&

a

Corp.—Dividend on the class B common stock increased
share to 30c. a share, payable Aug. 15 1935.

Lovett

Grocery Co.—Special dividend of 50c.

class B stock, no par value, payable July 15 1935.
like amount

was

paid

on

a

share on the

An initial dividend of

Dec. 29 1934.

UNFAVORABLE

CHANGES

Ajax Oil & Gas Co., Ltd.—Directors have decided not to pay the dividend
ordinarily due at this time on the $1 par common stock.
Quarterly divi¬
dends of 2 cents a share were paid from April 15 1933 to and incl. April 15
1935.

American Water Works & Electric Co.—Directors omitted the dividend
on

the

no par common

share

a

was

stock, usually due at this time.

distributed

on

A dividend of 20c.

May 15 last.

Brockton Gas Light Co.—Dividend on the common stock reduced from
25c. a share to 10c. a share, payable July 15 1935.

.

Calhoun Mills, Calhoun Falls, S. C.—Directors have decided to omit
the dividend ordinarily due at this time on the common stock.
Dividends
of $1 a share were paid each quarter from Jan. 2 1934 to and including
April 1 1935.

Chicago Burlington & Quincy RR.—Directors took
payment of a dividend
a

share

was

paid

on

no

on the capital stock at this time.
Dec. 26 1934.

action on the
Previously $1

City Investing Co.—Dividend on the common stock, par $100, decreased
from $1 a share to 50c. a share payable July 20 1935.
Electric Power Associates, Inc.—Directors decided to omit the dividends
ordinarily payable Aug. 1 on the common and class A stocks, both of
no par value.
The last payments on these issues were made on May 1
last, and amounted to 8c. a share.
(John J.)

Felin & Co.—Semi-annual dividend on the common
reduced from $3 a share to $2 a share, payable July 15 1935.

stock

Fourth National Investors Corp.—Dividend on the common stock re¬
duced from 60c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Aug. 1 1935.

(Wm.) Freihoier Baking Co.—Dividend of $1
preferred stock on July 1 1935.
share previously distributed.
cum.

Hunts, Ltd.—Directors have decided

a

This is
to

share was paid on the 7%
a reduction from $1.75 a

omit the dividends ordinarily

due at this time on the no par class A and B common stocks.
Dividends
of 12 He. a share were paid on these issues each three months from April 1
1933 to and including April 1 1935.

Louisville & Nashville RR.—Semi-annual dividend on the common stock
reduced from $1.50 a share to $1 a share, payable Aug. 24 1935.
Merchants Refrigerating Co.—Dividend on the $7 cum. pref. stock
reduced from $1.75 a share to $1 a share, payable Aug. 1 1935.
O'Sullivan Rubber Co.—Dividend on the $1 par common reduced from
10c. a share to 2H cents a share, and was payable July 1 1935.
Penn Traffic Co.—Dividend on the common stock reduced from 7 He. a
share to 5c. a share payable Aug. 1 1935.
Woolson Spice Co.—Directors omitted the dividend due at this time on
the

no

share

par

on

common

this issue

COURSE

OF

on

stock,
The company had previously paid 25c. a
April 1 1935.

THE

STOCK MARKET DURING

JULY 1935

tration in the House on the

holding company bill on the

compiled by the New York "Times," prices rose 5.62 points
in July, following advar" i of 7.07 points in June, 2.02
points in May and 6.06 5 mints in April.
Tf
average
registered declines in the f • t three months of the
tf. The
net gain for the year, counting July's showing,,? as 15.04
points. So far as points go, the 25 industrials k -he index
contributed most to the gain in the average, they being up
9.29 points; but the rail stocks, while up only *1 «4 points,
showed a larger percentage gain.
The industry 1 stocks
reached their high for the year at the end of the monuh, while
that of the 25 rails was established on Jan. 7.
As regards volume, transactions in July totaled 29,427,720
shares, compared with 22,336,422 in June and 21,113,076 in
July 1934. It was the second most active month of the year
and since April 1934 as well.
Turnover in the first seven
months amounted to 154,276,102 shares, the lowest volume
for the corresponding period of any year since 1924. Activity
on the New York Stock Exchange exceeded 1,000,000 shares
on 15 trading days in July, with the peak volume coming on
the final day of the month.
The stock average closed
higher in every week of July.
The stock market drew its greatest encouragement to
advance from reports or several of the principal lines of
industry. After falling to 32% around the Fourth of July
holiday, steel production advanced steadily through the rest
of July to 46%, as against an average rate of output in
June of 40 % of capacity.
Electric power output kept up the
steady rise which characterized June, with production in the
week ended July 20 exceeding 1,800,000,000 kilowatt-hours—
the actual figure was 1,807,037,000—for the first time since
the week ended Feb. 1 1930.
Residential building also made
a favorable showing.
Total residential contracts in
the first six months were 58% more than in the corresponding

quite

1934 period, and the June volume was the largest since 1931.
While residential contracts in the first half of July showed
a recession, it was no more than a seasonal one,
and the
figure for July 1934 was greatly exceeded. A further favor¬
able influence affecting the level of stock prices was the
volume of new financing.
It appeared that the volume of
corporate security financing in July was at a new high level
since the forepart of 1931.
While corporations raised little
new money, refunding issues were moving very well.
The plain sign that Congress did not look with favor on the
President's tax proposals was heartening to the stock market.
Stocks of large corporations, which would be discrimiuated
against by the President's tax plan, were affected only
momentarily, if at all.
The rebuke administered to the
President by the House on the utility holding company bill
in a series of votes taken on July 1 and 2 relieved some of the
previous strain on the public utility stocks. Nor were they
depressed when the Administration began an investigation of
lobbying by public utility company executives against the
bill. Most interesting of all the news out of Washington, so
far as the stock market was concerned, was the growing

support for the move to adjourn the Congress.
As to the fluctuations in individual stocks, United States
Steel was at its lowest July 2 at 3334 and at its highest
July 31 at 43%, with the close the latter day at 43%.
Steel,
preferred, was at its lowest July 3 at 87% and at its highest
July 29 at 100%, with the close July 31 at 99%. American
Telephone & Telegraph rose from 124% July 1 to 132%
July 31, with the close July 31 at 130%.
American Can
moved up from 137% July 1 to 145 July 22, with the close
July 31 at 142%.
General Electric was at its lowest July 3
at 25% and at its highest July 29 at 29%, with the close
July 31 at 29%.
Allied Chemical & Dye moved up from
151 July 3 to 162 July 29, with the close July 31 at 458%.
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing rose from 52%
July 1 to 65% July 31, with the close on the latter day at
65%.
Consohdated Gas of New York was at its lowest
July 22 at 24% and at its highest July 31 at 29%, with
the close on the latter day the same.
In the railroad list,
New York Central was at its lowest July 2 at 16% and at
its

Stock prices surged upwa»rd>in July for the fourth consecu¬
tive month, and trading volume was enlarged as the advance

proceeded.

The forward

movement of prices of issues on the
Exchange continued principally because of
distinctly favorable showing made by many lines of
business in a month ordinarily marked by a seasonally slow
rate of activity.
And the upturn in share prices was accom¬
plished in the fa.ee of more strenuous efforts on the part of
the Administration to enact punitive taxes on corporations
graded according to size and to jam through the House of
New York Stock

the

Representatives the so-called "death sentence" on un¬
public utility holding companies.
The sturdy way in which stock
prices held up and volume
of trading increased, in the face of the Administration's
legislative efforts, bore testimony to the fact that the stock
necessary

market and business communities noted a growing reluctance
on the part of both houses to
give rubber stamp approval to
Administrative measures.
Thus stock prices were left free
to give sensitive reflection to the mounting scale of operations
along a wide industrial front. The stock market was sent
on its way in July with a resounding defeat for the Adminis¬




very

day of the month. The advance which then got under
way was to raise prices, on the last day of the month, to a
further new high level, on the average, since November 1931.
As measured by the index of 50 rail and industrial issues
first

highest July 31 at 21%, with the close on the latter day
Delaware & Hudson rose from 29 July 3 to 36 July 31,
with the close on the latter day at 35%.
Union Pacific
moved up from 101 July 3 to 109 July 23, with the close
July 31 at 106%.
Southern Pacific was at its lowest July 8
at 17% and at its highest July 30 at 20%, with the close
on the latter day
at 19%.
Baltimore & Ohio rose from
10% July 3 to 13% July 31, with the close on the latter
day at 13%.
Chesapeake & Ohio moved up from 43 July 1
to 45% July 31, with tljS© close on the latter day at 45%,
Southern Ry. was at its highest July 1 at 10 and at its lowest
July 8 at 5%, with the close. July 31 at 7%.
For the month of July corporate bonds, in keeping with
stock prices, continued their gains of the previous month.
High grade industrial corporation issues advanced to the
highest levels attained in several years.
Public utility and
first grade railroad securities likewise made gains for the
month? whLe medium and lower-grade railroad bonds
suffered
substantial
losses.
Representative foreign
se¬
curities were lower for the month, due in part to heavy
liquidation of Italian bonds and uncertainty with regard to
at 21.

affairs abroad.

v

In the following table we show, as usual, the fluctuations
for the month in tlie different issues of United States obliga¬

tions, and

considerable number, likewise, of foreign bond

a

issues:

15

MONTHLY REVIEW

Aug., 1935]

provided by further deposits of funds by National banks
outstanding notes; $100,000,000 was obtained
through the sale of an additional issue of Treasury bonds;

was

to retire their

and

a

call

issued for the withdrawal of $353,000,000

was

,

from Government
Closing

Opening
.

^

.

• .

.

1935

6ll

jurist gpld 4s. 1948

Convertible

4$Js

69 %

110
104
52 %

1960

—

Brooklyn Unio$*Elevated 5s. 1950
Ches & Ohio& impt 4%s B '95
Chesapeake tfor-p 5s
....1947
Chic Milw St P & Pac 5s A..1975
Chic & N W 4%s series A..1949
C C C & St L 4Mb series E..1977
Erie ref & lmpt 5s of 1927—1967

69 M July
109% July
101% July
48% July

73

Bost & Maine fofSs ser AC..1967

109%
111%
103 M
12 %
:
9M

July

109

July

110% July
103% July
11% July
9% July
66% July
60% July
85
July

Great North gen4%s ser E..1977

88

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

68

61

Internat Paper 5s ser A & B..

1947
Kan City Sou ref & lmpt 5s. 1950
Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 4s..2003
Liggett & Myers Tobacco 7s. 1944
Mo-Kan-Tex cum adj 5s....1967

74 %

74% July

_

67 %

59% July
35% July

39

132%

July

132% July
12
July
107% July

.-1944
N Y C & St L 4 Ms series C—1978
N Y N H& H 1st ref 4Ms... 1967
N Y Ont & Western ref 4s—.1992
Northern Pacific 4S——1997

108%

106

104% July

Pennsylvania RR deb 4Ms..1970

96%
114M

114

N Y Central conv 6s

56 M

34%
47%

Pitts C C & St L 5s series A.. 1970

Rio Grande West 1st 4s.....1939
Southern Ry gen 4s series A. 1956
Union Pacific 1st & ref 4s
.2008
.

41%
107%

64%
96%

Warner Bros Pictures 6s....1939
Western Maryland 1st

/' Foreign Bonds—
Argentine (Govt) 6s

4s....1952

Highest

1935

July 31
75
July 26
9
111% July
1
104
July

76%

fJfwest

|

T^bJuly

trust 5s. 1944

Amer & ForetVr Ftmer 5s—2030
Atch Top & S» .if Fe gen 4s. 1995

Baltimore &

July 31

July 1

• •». : »

Allegheny Ccf

Price

Range for July 1935

Price

Railroad, and Industrial Bonds

53% July
29
July
43

July

96% July
July
79
July
28
July
106
July
64

July

95% July

77

74%
110

102%

56%
56% July 31
9
76%
77% July
110% July 10 109%
112
July 11 110%
105%
13%

July
14% July

27

11% July
71% July
68
July
89
July
68
July
78
July

6

10%

31
2

71%
67%
86%

1

66

9

75%
62%
37%

106

.

6

31

1
67% July
40
July 10
134% July 27
2
14% July
111
July 30
31
61
July

35

July

134

13%
110%
60%
33

2

48% July 30
8
106% July
97% July

31

115% July

48%
104%
97%

16

82% July 26
1
42% July
3
107% July
80
July 31
98
July 19

37%
106%
80

97%

.

External

97

93%

102%
96

Austria (Govt) 7s..1957
Belgium (Kingdom) 6Ms.-.1949
Brisbane (City) 5s
1957
Canada (Dominion) 5s......1952
French Republic ext 7 Ms
1941

106%
113%

.1949

External 7s of 1924.

German (Republic) 7s.—.-.1949
German Govt Internat 5MS.1965

97%
94%

103%

95
July
105% July
94
July
113% July
172
July
174
July
32
July

22% July
100% July

109%
73%

1941
1952

Rome (City) ext 6 Ms

98% July
95% July

103% July

93

25%
100%

New South Wales (State) 5s. 1957

Queensland (State) ext 7s

July

102% July

96% July

A... 1957
.....1962
...1955

ser

5%s.

Australia 5s of 1925

108

July
July

51

96

97
July
July
96% July

109

106

114

96%
113%

July

176% July

172

180

174

July

32

37% July
25% July
101% July
110% July
73% July

22%
101%
110%

61%
Last

Range During July 1935

First

Sale

Sale.

Government Bonds

Lowest

July 1

July 31

Highest

depositaries. By the end of July approxi¬
mately $580,000,000 of the Consols had been redeemed.
Meanwhile, however, the accumulation of funds by the
Treasury in anticipation of their redemption caused a tem¬
porary reduction in member bank reserves, especially in
New York, but a subsequent heavy inflow of funds from other
districts together with the redemption of a substantial block
of Consols that had remained outstanding up to that time,
caused another increase in the New York

excess reserves

CALL LOAN RATES ON THE NEW
101 .28 July
117 .7 July

locf.IS

106.17 July

106 ,28 July

111.30

1944-1954
3%s
1946-1956
3%s
1943-1947
3s
1951-1955
3s
1946-1948
3%s
...1940-1943
3%s........1941-1943

Treasury 4s

Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury

101.12 July
116.28 July

111.29 July
110.10 July

112 .8

101.25

.1933-1938
1947-1952
1943-1945

110.10
107.18
103.28

107.16 July
103.24 July

103.24

103.20 July

104 .3

108.17

108.13 July

108 .23 July

108.18

108.16 July

105.4

3%s——.1946-1949
3 Ms
1949-1952
3%s
,...—..1941
3%s—...... 1944-1946
Treasury 2 %$...—.1955-1960
Fed'l Farm Mtge 3%s. 1944-1964

104.31 July
104.22 July

108 .28 July
105 .11 July

104.29

July

101.20

101.17 July

103.22

101 .28 July
104 .5 July

102.4
102.9

102.8

1942-1947

101.3

Home Owners' Loan 3s ser A1952

102.2

2%s..........

105 .9

108 ,28 July
106 ,19 July

1942-1947

.

July
July

108.17 July
106.8
July

108.19

3s................1944-1949
—

104 .9

106.14

103.20 July
102.2
July

3s

July
110 .25 July
107 .29 July

100.17

2%s......—1939-1949

July
101.2
July
101.30 July
100.14 July

102 .20 July
102 .24 July
101 .20 July
102 .16 July
101 .6

July

117

Low

1935

Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales

,1934

29,427,720
8

(par value)—

'

21,113,076
$

■

1933

112.1
110.18

July
July

Renewal

%
%

107.26
104.3

July

1—
2_.__
3

July

%
%
%
Holiday
%

%

4—_

103.28

July

5....

108.20

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

6
7....
8
9
10
11—
12—
13—
14—

108.20
105.2
105.1

108.24
106.13
101.21

104.2
102.16
102.22
101.19

July 15—
July 16—

102.11
101.2

%
%

1932

120,271,243
8

Saturday

Sunday

ll%li/

II'

%
%
%
%
%

%
% -V%
%

1
%

Saturday
Sunday

lift

%
%

384,014,300

243,637,550

July

1—

2—

176,775,312

Ju-y
July
July
Juy

5—

July
July

6...

July
July

8...

July 31—

234,390,398

461,130,372

....

State, munic. & foreign
United States Govt....

8

'

s

8

1,238,224,000 1,528,217,000 1,346,870,900
396,994,000
228,268,000
468,128,500
444,135,000
397,702,700
281,152,400

'

763,249,300
379,682,100
379,494,450

Total bond sales.... 1,910,627,000 2,322,913,700 2,096,151,800 1,522,425,850

Month of

1935

July

Bond sales

4,960,878
$

(par value)—

1934

4,145,740
'

$

1933

1932

21,102,896

.

2,345,178

8

8

99,584,000
1,084,000
1,206,000

70,184,000
2,232,000
1.478,000

109,412,000
6,149,000
3,205,000

63,927,000
.3,590,000
4,792,000

101,874,000

73,894,000

118,766,000

72,309,000

Domestic-....--.-...

Foreign Government

..

Foreign corporate.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
Juiy

12...
13...
14...
15—
16—
17—
18—
19—
20...
21
22...
23—
24

Foreign corporate.....

707,169,000
9,926,000
7,416,000

640,340,000
23,496,000
18,652,000

572,380,000
27,366,000
25,983,000

383,571,000
15,464,000
21,223,000

Total bond sales

724,511,000

682,488,000

625,729,000

420,258,000

July 31—

29,935,783
$

Bond sales (par value)—
Domestic..

Foreign

....

Government..

...

42,508,381
8

%
%
%

%
%
%
%

%
%
%

■■

90 Days

4 Months

5 Months

£
%

K
%
%

%
%
%

%
%
%

%

%

%

%

%

%

%
%
%
%
%

%

£

»

|

1

A

%

h

¥■

%
%
%
%

70,558,043

23,925,322

$
.

8

THE MONEYMARKET DURING JULY 193$

25—
26—

27—
28—
29—
July 30—

6 Months

Holl day

Satur day
Sun day

7...

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Jan. 1 to July 31—
Stock sales—No. of shares

%
%
%
%
%
Saturday
Sunday
%
%
%

%

•

3

9...
July 10...

July
Total bond sales.

23—
24

%
%
%

4—

July 11—
VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE CURB EXCHANGE

Stock sales—No. of shares

%
%
%
%
%

22

60 Days

30 Days

'

"

1

25....
26
27
28—
29
30
31—

%v

Sunday

Rates on Mixed Collateral

263,752,000

•

%

8

235,675,000

154,276,102

%
%

1 ^

23.057,334

.

Total bond sales......

Bond sales (par value)—
Railroad & miscell

Renewal

H
%
%
Saturday

■

United States Govt...

Jan. 1 to

High

%
%

DAILY RECORD OF TIME LOAN RATES

123,803,000
73,886,600
45,947,950

Stock sales—No. of shares

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

H

%

17—
18—
19—
20—
21

on security collateral remained nominally
previous low level of M% for all maturities, with the
demand, as heretofore, restricted to the renewal of existing
loans.
v..v|
• II'
\,v-

283,435,000
79,674,000
20,905,300

State, munic. & foreign.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

at the

159,245,000
35,223,000
69,284,000

miscell

Low

Time loan rates

178.323,000
? 33,881,000
23,471,000

Railroad &

*

High

106.21

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE

Month of July

P""

101.15

1
19
28
18
12
22
19
19
18
19
19
20
19
19
8
18
18
19
19
18
18

a

YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

Fourth Liberty Loan—

4%s
Treasury 4%s.
Treasury 3%s.

to

high record of about $1,000,000,000, while total excess
reserves were placed at about $2,510,000,000 July 31.
Gold
imports during July were confined to $7,300,000, largely
from Canada and, altogether, the monetary gold stock
increased only about $25,000,000 as compared with the June
increase of $255,000,000.
The United States Treasury on
July 8 offered $500,000,000 of \%% notes, maturing in
December 1939, at par.
A week later another issue of
$100,000,000 of 2%% long-term bonds was offered, and the
average price on the accepted bids was 10119-32.
On July 29
a further issue to the highest bidder of $100,000,000 of
2%%
long-term bonds was made. Treasury bill financing during
July resulted in a net reduction of $25,000,000 in the amount
of bills outstanding.
The average rate on 273-day bills
touched a new low of 0.052% as compared with 0.123% on
the last June issue.
Discount holdings of the 12 Reserve
banks further declined from $7,137,000 June 26 to $6,570,000
July 31, while bills bought in the open market remained
practically stationary at $4,687,000 July 31 against $4,690,000 June 26, and industrial advances continued their
slow advance from $27,518,000 June 26 to $28,354,000
July 31. Money rates showed virtually no change during
July, except for further slight declines in the average rate
charged by the large New York banks on commercial
loans and in yields on short-term Government securities.
On the Stock Exchange the official rate for call loans con¬
tinued unchanged at %%, and no increase in the demand
for funds was noted, despite the broadening activity in
stock trading.
The call for bankers' acceptances and other
prime short-term obligations again far exceeded the scant
available supply.
new

Wr
fi

£
!
%

%

Satur day
Sun day

%
%

%
%
%
%
%

,

£
%

£
.£•

£
I

%

%

¥■

H

%

§

Satur day
Sun day

!

%
%
%
%
%

V/:

a

,

f
%

K

fi
it
Satur day
Sun day

H

i

Commercial

a
%

paper

H

t*
%

continued dull

%

1

£
£
%

%

%

£

£

as

%

i
%

%
%
%

the amount of

ne"v

acquired by dealers again was far below the quantity
required to care for the continued active bank investmen
paper

While excess bank reserves, largely owing to a
in

falling off

gold importations showed

no further expansion, there
indications of any change in the extreme money ease
prevailing heretofore. Huge Treasury transactions were the
feature of the money market during the past month, the
were no

largest operation being the retirement of approximately
$600,000,000 of U. S. Consols which had been called for
redemption on July 1. About $200,000,000 of that amount




demand.

The prevailing rate for prime

names held at I %
Federal Reserve Bank of New Yorl
announced that returns received by the bank from commercia

Under date of July 17 the

paper dealers showed a total of $159,300,000 of open-marke
commercial paper outstanding on June 30 1935, which com

pared with a total of $173,000,000 at the end of May 193i
and with $151,300,000 June 30 1934.

16

MONTHLY
RATES FOR

REVIEW

MONEY AT NEW YORK

RESERVE BANK RETURNS FOR JULY—BROKERS'

FEDERAL

LOANS IN NEW

Week Ended—

July

Federal Reserve

For the

6 July 13 July 2D July 27 AUQ. 3

YORK

CITY

System, July

was

month in

a

things recurred which had been acutely familiar in
earlier months. The main development was a further rise in

which
Call loan

on

Stock Exchange—

Range for week (mixed & Indus,

collateral) X

& Indus, collateral)
collateral)—•

Week's averaged (mixed

X@H x@x x@x x@x
X
X
X
x

Time loans (mixed & Indus,

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X
X
X
X
X
X

.

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Four months

—_

.

Five months__
Six months

l
1

X
X
X

X

-

Sixty days

X

X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X

i

X

X
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X

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■L'Y

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1

remained unchanged and
the decline in the total volume of outstanding bills progressed
Rates for bankers' acceptances

the continued tendency on the part of
substitute commercial loans for acceptance lines.

further reflecting
banks to

The American Acceptance
usual survey

the

month

Council

on

July 25 published its

of the acceptance market and found that for
June the volume of bankers acceptances

ing to $343,285,933,

a

total volume of bills now amount¬

reduction from the total outstanding

In making public
the figures, Mr. Robert H. Bean, Executive Secretary of the
Council, pointed out that in normal times a reduction of
$31,000,000 at this time of the year would be considered the
at the

bank

mid-year in 1934 of $190,907,315.

natural result of the retirement of seasonal credits, but the

steady and very heavy decline in acceptance volume during
the past several months must be charged to other than
normal causes.
Another two months will show whether the
usual late Summer and Autumn demand for crop financing
is to be reflected as customary in the acceptance volume.
Present indications lead to the belief that the banks will defer
increasing their acceptance line until their over-supply of
reserves is employed.
Any sharp upturn in business demands
for bank credit such as is predicted in some quarters for not

early in the Fall, would cause accepting banks to
again place certain credits in the acceptance department.
As in previous months almost all the reduction in the total
volume of bills has been reported by New York City banks
and bankers.
Out of a reduction of $168,000,000 the grand
later than

total, $141,000,000 was reported by the large banks in New
York.
Acceptances for the purpose of financing imports,
which have been increasing steadily since Jan. 31, went off
$4,642,750. Acceptances for the purpose of financing exports
declined $5,870,520 and bills based on goods stored in or
shipped between foreign countries were less $1,696,374, then
at the end of May.
Warehouse acceptance credits again led
in the volume of decline, bringing the total of such credits
down to $47,652,598, a reduction of $20,509,417, which
amount is compared with $131,515,087 on June 30 1934.
Acceptances created for the purpose of financing domestic
shipments, increased in yolume $1,313,331, and dollar
exchange
acceptances
remained practically unchanged.
Accepting banks held $154,298,245 of their own bills and
$162,840,173 of other banks' bills, a total of $317,138,418.
These holdings left $26,000,000 for the outside market, as
against $19,000,000 at the end of the previous month.
Rates for bankers' acceptances continued to be quoted at
3-16% bid and lA% asked for 30, 60 and 90-day bills, at
34% bid and 3-16% asked for 120-day bills and at %% bid
and 5-16% asked for 150 and 180 day bills.
The New York
Federal Reserve Bank in its "Monthly Review," discussed
conditions in the market for bankers' acceptances as follows:

extremely quiet conditions which have existed in the
some time continued during July.
Dealers'
portfolios remained of meagre proportions, and rates held
at the low levels previously current.
Accepting banks and
bankers continued to hold a very large part of all bills
outstanding."
"The

bill market for

v:/

•

PRIME BANKERS*

ACCEPTANCES

estimate

as

July

180 Days
150 Days
120 Days
Accepi'ces Bid A Ask Bid & Ask Bid A Ask Bid A Ask Bid A Ask Bid A Ask

3

90 Days

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Board

surplus

to the volume of

ever

member

On July 17 the

surplus

reserves

as

of

every

For the first two weeks the

figures stood at $2,340,000,000, but in the

reserve

week

the

jf

Whether the July 31

month they

$170,000,000.

rose

total of $2,510,000,000

was

the highest

reached by excess reserves on a statement day there was

ever
no

excess

began to make public its official

Wednesday, statement day.
concluding

the highest level

to

Simultaneously,

increased to $2,510,000,000.

Reserve

of knowing, since the Board has not yet made public

way

back figures.

Unofficial estimates

were

that surplus

reserves

amounted to $2,525,000,000 on June 12.
The

July increase in actual

because of Treasury operations

$600,000,000 of 2% consols
balance to pay off
the

of

month

reserves came

about chiefly

incident to the redemption of

July 1.

on

In building

up

its

these bonds, the Treasury in the first week

deposited $100,000,000 of gold certificates
As

these balances

with

the

were

drawn down, the reserves of member banks were cor¬

Federal

Reserve.

respondingly increased.

The full amount of the

paid out by the Treasury did not
because of

reserves

circulation,

which

an

go

so

created

sums

thus

into member bank

increase of $21,000,000 in currency

used

corresponding

a

up

amount

of

reserves.

During the five-week period ended July 31, the Treasury
confined to the week erded July 3 all of its depositing of gold
certificates.
the

Federal

for in the
these

The net gain in the

Reserve

The

holdings took place.

stock during the
the

gold certificate holdings of

during this period

$97,625,000,

was

concluding weeks of the month slight declines in
gam

five-week period

in the monetary gold

was

$36,000,000.

certificates with the Federal Reserve, for all of

acquiring this gold.
the

But

Treasury did not reimburse itself, through deposit of

It

was

Treasury would make

National bank notes
at a minimum

were

came

its outlay in

intimated in Washington that

use

of its gold profit gradually as

in from circulation.

Gold imports

The inward movement of

during July.

gold from Europe, which began in May, came to an end.
In

the

last

week of

the

month,

developed considerable weakness
a

total of $29,000,000

of gold

shipment to New York.
until after Aug.

July
was

was ?

concerned.

however,

on

was

as

the guilder

the Cabinet difficulties,

bought in Amsterdam for

This metal did not begin to arrive

1.

colorless morth,

so

far as Federal Reserve credit

The item showed a decline of $7,000,000

during the period under review, principally because of a
Member banks

reduction in other Federal Reserve credit.

borrowings from the system by $567,000, and
system's holdings of bills bought in the open market
declined $3,000.
While total government security holdings
were $18,000 lower, government bonds held declined $24,653,000, Treasury notes increased $59,480,000 and cer¬
tificates and bills decreased $34,845,000.
Federal Reserve
notes in use had an increase of no less than $63,724,000,
cut down their

the

compared with a gain of only $21,000,000 in the volume of
money in circulation.
The role which Reserve notes play in
circulating currency has been becoming more important in
recent months as National bank notes have been retired.
The Federal Reserve's loans to industry increased $836,000
in the five-week

Call Loam

balances

reserve

reserves

Federal

of

declined $31,469,314, the

bank

member

reached, $5,099,616,000.

period, bringing the total as of July 31 up to

$28,354,000.
Commitments to make industrial advances
increased $2,443,000 and stood at $23,022,000 at the end
of July.
In the field of member bank credit, New York reporting
banks' loans and investments decreased $152,000,000 in the
five weeks.

Security loans accounted for $65,000,000 of this
decline, while government securities held decreased $150,000,000, owing to the surrender of Consols for redemption.
Government guaranteed securities held by the New York
banks were up $26,000,000, their demand deposits were
higher by $123,000,000 and their reserves increased $237,000,000.
In the four weeks ended July 24, all weekly re¬
porting banks had a gain of $55,000,000 in loans and in¬
vestments, with security loans down $64,000,000, govern¬
ment securities up $100,000,000 and government guaranteed
issues up $46,000,000. Demand deposits of these banks rose
$131,600,000. As for brokers' loans, the New York banks
reported a decline of $51,000,000 in their loans to brokers
and dealers in New York and a $3,000,000 decline in their
advances to brokers and dealers outside New York, or a
total

of

$54,000,000.

non-brokers de¬
by the New
$39,654,550,
July 31 at $768,934,748 as agains^
Secured loans to

creased $11,000,000.
Street loans, as compiled
York Stock Exchange, showed a decrease of
the

total

standing

on

MONTHLY REVIEW

Aug., 1935]
$808,589,298

June 30 1935 and $923,055,826

on

1934.

July 31

on

17

Midland Bank

of London, in its monthly review, reported
security issues of £20,610,166 in June, then the highest
for 1935.
In July new capital issues totaled
£54,000,000, the
highest in 15 years.
London bankers' loan statistics pub¬
new

•

COURSE OF STERLING EXCHANGE IN JULY

exchange was firm and exceptionally steady
July.
Quotations for the pound might have
ruled much higher in terms of the dollar and all other cur¬
rencies but for the active intervention of the British ex¬

lished

toward

above

1934.

occasions when various gold
weaken. All seasonal factors favored
the pound, and throughout the month there was a steady
flow of uneasy money from many centers to London, moti¬
vated by the search for safety.
Several events threatened disturbance in the foreign ex¬

ment

Sterling

throughout

change control

bloc units appeared to

change market, which the Equalization Fund was thought
to have been more than ordinarily active in counteracting.
Foremost among the disturbing factors was the sharp slump
in the silver market due to bear selling and liquidation by

This

Far Eastern holders of silver in the London market.

feature of silver activity was more or less characteristic of
the London market from around the end of May until about

July 10.
Toward the end of the month the Italian Govern¬
ment, by decree, abolished the Bank of Italy's requirement
of a gold coverage of 40% against notes.
During the last
half

of the month

a

Cabinet

crisis

arose

in

Holland

over

questions of monetary and financial policies which caused
great disturbance to guilders and the gold bloc currencies,

the

of

the

month

time

were

£40,000,000

the

London authorities
asserted that the peak of domestic activity was not then in
sight.
The flow of funds to London for safety and invest¬

numerous

on

middle

the

At

continued

seem,

were

same

unabated.

In no other

funds

nervous

currency,

it would

Chancellor

so

Exchequer Chamberlain, in

secure.

an

address before Parliament,

stated that he had almost realized his ambition
the burdens imposed during the crisis of 1931.

of

to

the

remove

During 1934
he had been able to give
stimulating relief upon the standard
rate of the income tax and asserted that
2,250,000 people
would

benefit from restored allowance and

the restoration of

1,200,000 from
salary cuts.. Mr. Chamberlain's remarks

made on the occasion of the third
reading in the House
Commons of the Government's finance bill, which
imple¬
ments the budget presented in
April.
;
;
were

of

The

increasing difficulty experienced by France and' the
remaining on gold and the bloc's
loss of $1,000,000,000 in gold within three months was re¬
corded by the Federal Reserve Board in its
"Monthly Bul¬
letin," issued on July 26. The Board's statement intimated
other gold bloc countries in

that "trends"

ure"

on

were putting recurrent and
increasing "press¬
France and making her adherence to the gold stand¬

that support had to be extended to steady exchange by
the British and the United States exchange controls.

ard progressively more difficult.
The French and other
gold which reached the United States during the period of

Despite these events, however, the British Chancellor of the

crisis went directly toward
increasing excess bank reserves
in this country to another all-time

so

both

Exchequer
for

pointed out toward the end of the month that

period of 10 weeks the pound had not varied as much
as 1% in terms of gold.
An exceptional rise in sterling with reference to the dollar'
a

occurred

on July 9, when sterling went as
high as $4.98%, a
high for the year. This rise was due to unusually heavy

new

purchases of silver for United States Treasury account

in

the London market.

On Saturday, July 6, only heavy buying
of silver in London for United States Government account

peak of $2,400,000,000 at
Net gold im¬
ports, four-fifths from France, amounted to $260,000,000
during June, causing an increase of $150,000,000 in excess
the end of June, the Reserve bank reported.

reserves.
In the five weeks ended June 26 the Reserve
Board bulletin stated that deposits of foreign banks in New
York
showed
an
increase
of approximately
$50,000,000.

This increase
pean

prevented

an unparalleled break in the price of the metal.
"fixing" price was not determined until after an un¬

The

was interpreted as reflecting the flight of Euro¬
currencies into the dollar during the period.

The excessive disturbance in the gold bloc currencies since
March

precedented delay of nearly three hours, when on bidding
by agents of the United States Treasury the price was finally
set at 30 11/16 pence an ounce for cash and at 30 5/16 pence

rumors

for

that

two-months'

forward delivery, declines of 5/16 and %
respectively, from the previous close.
Far
Eastern selling was resumed on Monday, although the
price
advanced a full penny without any visible sign of United
States activity in the market.
On Tuesday, July 9, how¬
ever, Far Eastern liquidation was again apparent, and for
nearly an hour beyond the usual "fixing time" the market
pence an

ounce,

deadlocked.

was

the

price,

available

Brokers who

were

apprehensive because
in

the market,

of

responsible for fixing
the

known

quantities

delayed action and made frantic

pleas for support to the British banks and those known to
be acting for the United States Treasury.
The United
States agents answered the appeals with
bids, thus allowing
the

fixing

of

the

quotation.

silver coincided with

It

year.

30^4

The forward price of spot
price for the first time in a

London

in New York of

high for the

This,

The

annual

report

of

v. >

the

of

the

United

fluctuations
•

in

a

States

Reserve Board, pub¬
large extent the active

Treasury

through the Reserve

Department,

banks, with European banking authori¬
ties to promote steadiness in the
foreign exchange market
The report revealed that the Federal Reserve
Bank of New
York, in association with the other Federal Reserve
banks
made an arrangement on Nov. 28 1934 with
the Bank for
International Settlements at Basle, under
which the New
York bank would consider the extension of
advances

quire such aid.
made

to

of

the

this

extended

The Board's report said that

credit

market

gold, to gold bloc countries
exchange emergencies should

that

in

1934.

assistance

to the Bank

However, it
in

this

no

use

seemed

maintained, and asserted that exchange movements re¬
cently were due to large-scale capital movements which had
occurred in accordance with

All

British

trade

and

This

re¬
was

reports

pointed to the continued im¬
provement in the condition of industry and British
domestic
and foreign trade during July.
The index of the
"Financial
News" of London for 30 industrial
shares, based on Dip
average for 1928, as 100, was 105.06 on June
27




comnared

year

earlier

May 1932

is

indeed

so

serious

seems

great, the possible benefits are so contingent and
remote as to render the policy of early stabilization a reck¬
less gamble from the standpoint of our national interests."

;

to be the official British viewpoint.
the July issue of Lloyd's Bank's review, Professor
Charles Hist, the French economist long closely associated
with the Bank of France, urged early stabilization of cur¬

In

rencies

on

a

gold basis.

stabilization

cannot

Professor Rist attacked
be

introduced

until

the

idea

fluctuating

currencies have reached spontaneously their "normal level."
He said that this is one of the most erroneous ideas which it
is

possible to entertain, and pointed out that in the past
"expensive countries" and "cheap countries" have always
existed without preventing exchange rates from functioning

normally as between different countries.
In his opinion it
was unwise to defer currency stabilization until trade bar¬
riers are leveled, and he maintained that it is impossible
to reform the system of customs duties if currencies are
Toward the end of the month responsible opinion
pointed out that it was impossible for any

steps to be taken on currency matters until after the general
elections which, it seemed, could hardly occur before Febru¬
ary

The

or

March 1936.

London open

was

was

a

risk

so

in Great Britain

of

with 99.1 at the end of May, and with
86.8
and with the low record of 51.3 at the end
of

"The

Henderson maintained:

not stable.

France in June was
continued in
also given to the Bank of
The
Netherlands in the guilder crisis which
developed toward
the end of July.
Specific details of international bank
co¬
operation were not provided.

July, and that support

vagaries of foreign confidence.

Mr.

to

evident

respect which

Mr. Henderson acknowledged that stability

of

up

$50,000,000, secured by
Europe if international

more

of stabilization

he

that

■

Federal

lished early in July, disclosed to

co-operation

at

one

part of official
than ever apparent

cheap and abundant money without interruption over a
period of several years."
Had sterling been linked to gold
there would have been frequent changes in the bank rate,

operators that

undue

Despite

the

on

of

the silver market, but
greatly to the
satisfaction of London authorities the American transac¬
tions were conducted in such a way as to indicate to
silver

cause

stabilization

July.

of the recovery which has taken place in
Great
Britain," he said.
"It has enabled our authorities to main¬
tain, as they could hardly have done otherwise, conditions

lKicame less active in

to

was

during

dition

$4.98%
Following these events the United States

important factor tending
exchange.,.
• ■'
4r "

indifference

subject, it

the question

continued

change at appropriate ratios.
"The absence of a fixed
parity between sterling and gold has been an essential con¬

year.

least temporary, stabilizing of the silver market
removed

apparent
this

visory Council.

of course, effected through ster¬
Hence the quotation for sterling
for cable transfers, making a new

a market lower than 30 3/16@30
5/16 pence
would not be sanctioned by those
responsible for America's
purchase of silver in the international market.

on

for
con

of exchange was desirable, but he placed the continuance of
internal recovery far above the need for stability of ex¬

the silver purchases were,

ling bought with dollars.

and

largely responsible
opinions pro and

was receiving close con¬
by responsible banking authorities
in Great
Britain.
Lloyd's Bank, in its "Monthly Review" for both
June and July, gave its most important space to discussion
of the question.
In the June issue the matter was presented
by H. D. Henderson, member of the British Economic Ad¬

Spot silver was quoted at
Sterling was exceptionally strong, as

off 3/16.

and

sideration

down 5/16 pence.

was

pence,

the spot

silence

was

market rates continued unchanged through¬

July.
Two-months' bills were quoted 9/16 to %%;
three-months' bills. %%; fonr-montlis' mills, % to 11/16%,
and six-months' bills, 13/16 to %%;
All the gold available
out

in the London open

market in July

was

taken for unknown

destinations, chiefly for individual hoarding, and amounted
to

approximately £9.289.000 as compared with £9.874,000

June and with

£11,200,000 in May.

in
The London open market

price for gold ranged between a low of 140s. 5d. on July 5
and a high of 141s. 7d. on July 2.
During the greater part
of the month

The

high

for

the open market

gold

was

gold

reached

on

price was under 141s.
March 6 at 149s. 4d

Sterling cable transfers sold on July 1 at

$4.94%@$4.94%,

and

closed

on

at $4.95% @$4.96%.
The low for
$4.93%, on July 3, and the high was

July 31

sterling in July was

$4.98^,
PRICE

REVIEW

MONTHLY

18

i

FOR GOLD BY UNITED STATES (FEDERAL
BANK) COMPARED WITH LONDON PRICES

London Price

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Into

$35.00

1718.
1920.
21.
22.
23.

$34.95

35.00

34.94

35.00

34.85

.(Li.*,

35.00

34.83

6—.

35.00

'34.90

'7—.

SUNDAY

SUNDAY

8.—.
0—.

35.00

34.90

35.00

34.93

July 24.
July 25.

July 10..,.,
July 11—..
July 12.—.
July 13....
July 14
July 15

34.00

34.97

July 26.

35.00

34.91

July 27.

35.00

34.88

35.00

34.92

July 28.

SUNDAY

SUNDAY

34.85

July

3—.

34.98

$34.99

35.00*

34.97

35.00

34.93
SUNDAY

35.00

34.92

35.00
,

34.89

35.00

34.86

35.00

34.91

July 29.
July 30.

35.00

SUNDAY

35.00

34.91

July 31.

35.00

from

New

York

exchange during July ranged between a dis¬
13/32% and 1/16%. On July 1 Montreal funds were
at a discount of 7/32@5/32%, and on July 31 at a dis¬
count of % @3/32%.
count of

-

34.87

35.00

34,96

"

and

Canadian

;

34.82

35.00

to

therefore was without effect on the monetary gold stock."

34.84

35.00

gold movement

about

34.84

35.00

the

the monetary gold stock of this country increased
$25,000,000 during the month, In addition, $1,750,000
arrived from Colombia and was immediately earmarked, and

34.96

SUNDAY

SUNDAY

July 10—

of

In all,

35.00

,

Com¬

ports during July. In addition to these imports, $1,400,000
of gold was .released from earmark for foreign account at
this bank, and there were further deposits of newly-mined
domestic gold and scrap gold at the mints and assay offices.

Dollars

$35.00
35.00

1—.
2

Cunliffe

"The receipt of $5,300,000 of gold from Canada and of
$500,000 from China accounted for the bulk of the gold im¬

Concerted

Stales

Dollars

into

States

the

•

during July are outlined as follows in the "Monthly Review"
of the New York Federal Reserve Bank for Aug. 1:

RESERVE

London Price

United

Concerted

United

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

£150,000,000 recommended by

of

Details

July 9.

on

PAID

mum

mittee.

.

!

LONDON CHECK RATE ON PARIS AND PRICE OF GOLD IN LONDON

CONTINENTAL AND OTHER FOREIGN EXCHANGE
The French situation in

-

July had so far improved because
of the Laval Government that the
able to reduce its rediscount rate on

of the economy measures
V

.

V'-|

- ■

.

Check Rate

"

A- ''r'

Gold Price

Paris

on

London

London ■■
Open Market

London

London

Check Rate

Open Market

on

Paris

Bank of France was

Gold Price

July 4 to 4% from 5%.

During the period from March 29

to June 7 the Bank of France was
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July

74.50

4^d,

141s.

7d.

74.478

-

1413.

74.399

1
2
3
4—-

0d.

140s.

lid.

74.73

141s.

0d.

74.087

7.—
8—
910....
11—
12
13

141s.

74.70

5
6

141s.

.

SUN DAY

9d.

74.828

74.875

140s.

7d.

74.82

140s.

lid.

74.895

_

140s

140s.

8d.

74.877

140s

July
July 14.——

74.937

140s.

July 15
July 10—

74.850

.

.

lid.

lid.

SUN DAY

140s

9Md.
140s. 113^(1

.74.78

.

July 17-—

74.812

18—
19

74.092

74.037

141s.

20—

74.75

141s.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

21
22—
23——
24.—
25—

141s.

m.
140s. llMd.

Kd.
Hd

SUN DAY

74.82

140s.

8Hd.

74.931

140s.

5d.

74.97

140s.

0d.

75.00

140s.

20—

75.00

140s

27

75.125

140s.

9d.

0**d.
5^d.

SUN DAY

28
29—-

July 30—
July 31—

74.992

140s.

7d.

75.00

1403.

5d.

74.835

140s.

obliged to part with ap¬
proximately $790,000,000 of gold. The Bank of France redis¬
count rate had been at 2%% from May 31 1934, but follow¬
ing the devaluation of the Belgian currency on March 31 last
the bank had been compelled during May to make successive
advances in the rate until a 6% level was reached. On July 18
the bank found itself again enabled to decrease the rate, this
time to 3%. The market expected a further reduction toward
the end of the month, but the Cabinet crisis which developed
in Holland, accompanied by great exchange disturbances,

8d.

made

further

a

practicable.

reduction

in the Bank of France rate im¬

t

franc situation was attributed to de¬
promulgated by the Laval Ministry on July 16.
It
was
believed that these decrees would result in bringing
to the public treasury about 11,000,000,000 francs to cover
the budgetary deficit.
An extraordinary feature of the
The recovery in the

In commenting on the foreign

exchange situation during

July, the Federal Reserve Bank of 'New York said, in its

"Monthly Review" for Aug. 1:
"During most of July rates for the principal foreign cur¬
rencies moved within a comparatively narrow range, but in
the latter part of the month this stability was disturbed by
two special developments in Europe—announcement of the
suspension of the Bank of Italy's legal reserve requirements
and the political crisis in Holland.
Under the decree of
Dec. 21 1927, by which de jure stabilization of the lira was
effected, the Bank of Italy had been required to hold in
gold and foreign exchange a reserve equal to at least 40%
of its sight liabilities.
The actual ratio had been below 43%
since September 1934, and the requirement of a minimum
percentage was suspended by decree on July 22 1935 in order
to free the Bank of Italy's reserves for possible use in meet¬
ing payments abroad.
The rate for the lira, although ordi¬
narily subject to official control, declined from a closing
quotation of $0.0825 on July 22 to a low of $0.0795 during
the course of trading on July 23.
Through official support¬
ing operations the rate was subsequently restored to about
$0.0819, which compares with $0.0830% at the end of June
and a nominal gold parity of $0.0891.
The present rate
represents a discount of about 8% from parity.
"Strong opposition in the Netherlands Parliament to the
economy measures proposed by the Government, culminated
in the Cabinet's resignation on July 26 and led to a renewal
of severe pressure against the guilder and a large outflow
of gold from Amsterdam.
The rate for the guilder, which
had been quite stable during the first half of July, declined
from $0.6826 on July 18 to a low of $0.6704, or considerably
below the gold shipping point, on July 27, and the discount
on guilders for forward
delivery widened from the equiva¬
lent of 1%% for three months to nearly
5%. Weakness also
developed in most of the other Continental European ex¬
changes. The French franc, after fluctuating earlier in the
month in the neighborhood of $0.0663 to
$0.0664%, with the
exception of a brief decline immediately preceding the Bastile
Day holiday on July 14, receded from $0.0664% on July 18
to $0.0660% on July 27.
In the closing days of the month,
however, the guilder recovered to above the gold shipping
point to New York, and the French franc also rose.
The
principal exceptions to the general movement of European
currencies
linked to

were

the

Scandinavian

exchanges,

which

are

sterling, and the belga, whose movements since its
beginning of April have consistently been

devaluation at the

opposite to those of the gold bloc currencies.
"The pound sterling and its related currencies showed

a

part of the month.
The Shanghai dollar receded further
from $0.3956 at the
end of June to $0.3738 on July 30, in keeping with the con¬
tinued slight recession in the
price wf silver.
This quota¬
tion is the lowest since April, in which month silver rose
a peak of 81c."
Changes in the gold holdings of the Bank of England
during July were as follows:
In the week ended July 3 a

suddenly from 61c. to
■

decrease of

£58,532 ; in the week ended July 10, an increase
£7,915; in the week ended July 17, a decrease of £32,506;
in the week ended July 24, an increase of
£20,559, and in the
week ended July 31, an increase of
£101,658.
The bank's
gold holdings on July 31 stood at £193,361,551, which com¬
pared with £192,157,793 a year earlier, and with the mini¬




decrees was

series intended to

a

offset tax

increases and

pension and salary cuts by commanding reductions in rents
on homes
and apartments in the lower brackets and by
effecting reductions in the price of bread and in the rates
for gas and electricity.
The somewhat drastic measures

adopted by the Government, while met with some resistance
on the part of
pensioners and civil servants, were never¬
theless accepted as steps in the right direction by the people
as a whole.
Competent foreign observers in Paris reported
toward the end of the month
far restored that the
was

that confidence had been

so

majority of the people felt that France

headed for economic revival.

The Bank of France statement for the week ended June 28
showed

an

increase in gold holdings of 247,256,438 francs;

for the week ended July 5, an increase of 255,040,814
for the week ended July 12, an increase of 78,940,498

francs;
francs;
for the week ended July 19, a decrease of 175,835,980 francs,
and for the week ended July 26, an increase of 100,108,214
francs.
The gold holdings of the Bank of France on July 26
stood at 71,276,631,639 francs, which compares with 80,252,198,856 francs a year ago and with 28,935,000,000 francs
when the unit was stabilized in June 1928.
The Bank of
France ratio

on July 26 stood at 74.67%, which compared
79.56% a year earlier and with legal requirement of
35%.
The high for the franc during the month was 6.65%,
on July 9, and the low was 6.60%, on July 24.
The Italian Government, by decree issued July 22, sus¬
pended the 40% gold coverage of the note issue which was
fixed on Dec. 21 1927 under the decree stabilizing the lira

with

pound sterling. The abandonment of the gold
requirement was believed necessitated by the heavy
purchases incidental to the war preparations against Ethi¬
opia, which, it seems, the Italian Government felt compelled
to pay for in gold.
The outflow of gold from Italy had
previously been arrested by various measures compelling
Italian holders of foreign exchange and securities to sur¬
render their holdings to the Bank of Italv.
The decision
of the Italian Government is contrary to the official policy
at 92.76 to the

coverage

of maintaining a high nominal

value for the lira which has
Premier Musso¬

been followed for the last two years, since

lini's

speech notable

for

its

oratorical

avowal

that

Italy

"would defend the lira and maintain its value, if necessary,

the lira
fluctuated widely following the promulgation of the decree
of July 22, the unit recovered promptly.
Lira quotations"
have for some time been largely nominal, as Italy has been
only nominally on the gold basis.
Exports of Italian cur¬
rency have been rigidly controlled, somewhat on the German
plan.
The Government, through the Bank of Italy, has a
virtual monopoly of foreign exchange business, and a nomi¬
nally firm quotation call be expected for lira for as long,
at least, as gold is available to pay for imports.
Par of the
lira is 8.91.
Cable transfers on Rome ranged during July
between a low of 8.01 and a high of 8.30%.
Cable transfers
with

moderate advance in the first week of
July, but remained
quite stable thereafter, despite the disturbance in the Conti¬
nental European exchanges in the latter

of

crees

blood."

While

the

nominal

quotation

for

July 1 were 8.29%@8.30, and closed on July

on

Rome

at

31

8.20@8.20%.

on

The German mark situation continued

highly unsatisfac¬

The artificial quotations for the socalled gold or free mark give no clear indication of the
underlying conditions.
It. was generally thought that the

tory throughout July.

AUG., 1935]

MONTHLY REVIEW

German economic situation M as approaching a crisis.

Com¬

petent observers noted that there was great uneasiness within
Germany as to the ultimate outcome of the policies which
have been pursued in the past'few years.
There was a gen¬
eral feeling that the mark would be devalued and that a

19

to

3%. However, on July 22 a Cabinet crisis developed as a
consequence of the conflict between anti-devaluation and
devaluation forces. The Government had up in Parliament
an

economy program intended to effect a

buying shares in anticipation of renewed inflation.
It was
officially acknowledged that living costs had increased -2%
points in the year. The wholesale price was admitted to be

77,000,000-guilder
The Government's program was under¬
stood to be mapped out on deflationary lines
closely fol¬
lowing the course formulated by the Laval Government in
France.
The Catholic party and the Labor party, the two
strongest elements of the right in the Dutch Parliament,
refused to follow the Ministry in its deflation course, with

up 4% points.
Vegetables were 20%
risen 7% to 10%, and clothing was 11%

the result that the Colijn Cabinet was compelled to resign.
On July 27 D. P. Aalberse, a leader of the Catholic

period

new

Berlin

of

inflation

Bourse reflected

set in.
Activity on the
sentiment, as investors were

would
this

dearer.
Meat had
higher than a year
ago> Private observations showed
still greater advances.
The idea was expressed on numerous occasions during the
past several months that the Reich debt, officially acknowl¬
edged at around 13,000,000,000 marks, was greatly in ex¬
cess of this
figure.
Toward the end of July responsible
officials permitted, or rather instigated, an unofficial pub¬
lication admitting the Reich's true indebtedness as approxi¬
mately 39,000,000,000 reichsmarks.
The Reichsbank statement for the first quarter of July
showed an increase in gold and bullion of 211,000 reichs¬
marks; the statement for the second quarter showed an
increase of 8,106,000 reichsmarks; for the third quarter, an
increase of 18,000 reichsmarks, and for the last quarter, an
increase of 48,000 reichsmarks.
The bank's gold and bullion
on July 31 stood at 93,996,000 reichsmarks, which compared

saving in the budget.

party,

who had been designated to form a new

Cabinet, found him¬
Queen
Wilhelmina.
Hendryk Colijn on July 29 reconstructed his
Ministry and renewed his fight to defend the guilder. Dur¬
ing the crisis which developed the Bank of The Netherlands
lost approximately $95,000,000 in gold.
In an effort to check
the flight of gold from Amsterdam the Dutch bank made
self unable to do so, and handed back his mandate to

several advances in its'rediscount rate.

:

,

The suddenness of the Dutch developments is best shown

by

74,874,000 reichsmarks a year earlier and with 806,223,000 reichsmarks at the end of 1932.
The bank's ratio
on July 31 stood at 2.57%, which
compared with 2.1% a year
earlier and with 25.8% on Dec. 31 1932.
On July 1 the free

study of the changes in the bank rate which were
during June and July. The Holland guilder had been
subject to severe attack since the end of March, so that on
April 4 The Netherlands Bank was compelled to increase its
rediscount trate from 2%% to 3%%, and again on April 9
to 4%%.
A steady improvement occurred throughout May.
On May 15 the Dutch bank reduced its rate from 4%% to
4%, but a sudden resurgence of pressure against the French
franc toward the end of May compelled the Dutch bank to
lift its rate again, this time to 5%.
The situation improved

mark

so

with

quoted

was

at

40.45@40.47,

and

31

July

on

at

40.3ft @40.40.

a

made

much in the last nreek of June that The Netherlands Bank

lowered its rate to 4%

The Belgian currency, as during June,

June 27, and on July 5 reduced

on

continued steady
and firm during July, ruling generally at a slight premium
against most currencies.
Confidence was steadily reflected

the rate again to 3%%.
This was followed by another re¬
duction to 3% on July 17.
The outstanding result of the

in

on

the

Belgian situation.
In July belga cable transfers
ranged between 16.88 and 16.98%.
Belga cable transfers
were 16.92 y2 @16.93% on July 1.
Cable transfers on Antwerp
closed on July 31 at 16.92@16.93.
Holland guilders fluctuated widely throughout July.
In
the early part of the month the guilder was relatively
steady
the

and

situation

found it

was

such

that

The

Netherlands

possible to reduce its rediscount rate

Bank

July 17

on

Cabinet crisis

was

an

increase in the rate from 3% to 5%,

July 24, followed by another increase to 6%,

The

Netherlands

Bank

rate

to,5%.

,

V,

July 26.

on

reduced again

was

on

Aug. 2

■

There were no new developments in the Swiss foreign
exchange situation in July.
The Swiss franc moved lower
toward the end of the month, as all the Continental curren¬
cies

were

more or

less disturbed by the crisis in the guilder

and the Italian decree lowering the gold reserve,

The Scan-

DAILY RATES OF EXCHANGE ON CONTINENTAL CENTERS
Paris

Swiss

Holland

Belgium

Italy

Greece

Francs

Francs

Guilders

Belga

Lira

Drachma

July
Bankers'
Checks
1

2

6.63

...

—

3

...

4

a6.63% 6.63%a6.64
6.62%'a6.63% 6.63% a6.64 %
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—

5
6

7
8
9

10
11

12

...

holi day

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06,62%
6.62%a6.63

6.60

6.62 %a6.62%

...

sun day

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

18

—

...

20

...

21

25
26

...

...

...

...

...

27

...

28

32.82a32.83

32.83a32.84

68.30a68.35

68.31a68.36

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68.33a68.35

16.92al6.93
16.92016.93

32.83a32.84

32.84a32.85

68.32a68.34

32.79a32.82

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68.21a68.26

68.25a68.28
holi day

holi day

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16.9 la 16.92
91%a.92%
holi day

Bankers'
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holi day

32.71o32.74

32.72a32.75

68.00a68.17

68.07a68.18

16.87al6.89

16.88al6.90

32.78a32.79

68.16a68.24

68.20a68.25

16.89a 16.91

16.90al6.92

8.27%a8.28

hol iday

8.26%a8.28% 8.27

32.77a32.78

sun day

sun day

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sun day

sun day

sun day

68.18a68.31

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8.26

68.22a68.32

68.25a68.33

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32.77%a.79

32.79a32.81

68.13a68.16

68.16a68.20

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8.24

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32.77a32.78

32.78a32.79

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8.22

08.24

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32.72%a.75
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68.13a68.16
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68.10a68.18

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68.15a68.21

68.19a68.24

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6.61 %'a6.62%

6.61%«6.62

sun day

sun day

a8.26% 8.26%a8.27
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,94%a.94%
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a8.26
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a.95%

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32.77a32.79

.78440.81%

68.10a68.21

68.15a68.25

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16.92al6.93

32.74a32.79

32.79o32.81

68.17a68.22

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32.77a32.80

32.78a32.81

16.89al6.91

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32.81a32.82

32.82a32.83

68.24a68.28

16.90al6.91

16.91al6.92

32.77a32.79

32.79a32.81

68.15a68.24
68.23a68.27
68.19a68.21

68.18a68.25

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.90%a.91%

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32.80a32.81

32.81a32.82

68.02a68.10

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l6.90%a.92

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sun day

6.62%a6.63

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6.61%a6.61%
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6.61%a6.62,8

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...

sun day

32.69a32.74
32.59a32.70

32.74a32.76

32.66a.72%

67.62a67.77
67.25a67.67

32.56o32.61

32.57o32.62

32.62a32.63
32.62a32.65

32.63a32.65

16.88al6.90

16.88a.89%

66.84a67.25

67.35a67.77
67.04a67.45

32.63a32.64

67.32o67.43

67.39a67.44

32.63a32.66

67.05a67.37

67.25a67.4l

16.90a.97%
16.96a.96%
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32.64a32.66

67.05a67.34

67.10a67.40

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sun day

32.57a32.67

sun day

8.22

8.24%a8.25
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a8.03

8.01

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8.06

08.18

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67.50a67.73

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Sweden
Krona

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.94%a.95%
.94%a.95%
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sun day

8.25%a8.26

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32.67a32.70
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sun day

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—

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30

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17

23

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32.76a32.81

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15

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14

19

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20

MONTHLY REVIEW

dinavian currencies moved

in sympathy with sterling ex¬
The Spanish

purchasing policies of the United States. The Indian rupee
as always in strict sympathy with the pound, to which
the Indian unit is legally attached at the fixed rate of Is. 6d.
per rupee.
The London price for silver on July 31 was
30 3/16d. against 31*4 d. on July 1.
This compares with 31%
@33% d. on June 29 and June 1, respectively.
Shanghai
dollars were 37.72@38% on July 31 against 39.35@39 13/16
on July 1.
The Hong Kong dollar was 52.28@52 13/16 on
July 31 against 55.06@55 9/16 on July 1. Yen checks sold at
29.23@29.27 on July 31 against 29.03@29.09 on July 1.

change and were steady with a firm undertone.

moved

peseta was generally fairly steady throughout the month,
moving in sympathy with the French franc. Guilder cable
transfers on July 1 were 68.31@68.36.
Par of the guilder
is 68.06.
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68.36, and was 68.00@68.10 on July 31. Swiss cable trans*
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to

fers were

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al .01X 18.99al9.00 29.08a29.8O 2.30
18.90al9.OO 29.08a29.82 2.30
al.01

1.00

al.01

1.00

al.01

,o4.17H 1.00

al.01

04.18H
4.17^04.18^
4.18
o4.18M
4.17
04.17X
4.17

1i6% discount

20.
21.......
-

a2,18M

1.00

18.95al8.99 29.00a29.75 2.30

18.99al9.02 29.08a29.84 2.30 H a2.31
18.99al9.01 29.70a29.79 2.30Ma2.31
18.99al9.01 29.70a29.79 2.30HO2.31

1.31
1.31

SUN DAY

24.......
25.......

20.......

X% discount
^a'i6% discount
32® X % discount
532®332% discount
X % discount
H®332% discount

4.10

o4.17

1.00

al.OOH
1.00
4.15^04.10
al.00H
4.15
04.15H
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4.14H04.15
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1.00
4.14?ia4.15Ji

29.09a29.7O

18.97

18.92

30.......

2.30

29.07a29.79 2.29

8.25a8.32

SUN DAY

...

4.15

X% discount

29.......

H®332% discount
Xa332% discount

o4.15^
4.14^04.15
4.15
a4.15^

Ecua¬
Colombia

dor

Uruguay

Boliv'no

Dollar

Sucre

Peso

Checks

Checks

Checks

l.».».

26.00

52.25a54.35

10.60

2

26.00

52.25a54.35

16.60

3.—.

23.50

52.00a54.28

10.00

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1.00

O2.30!
18.93al8.94 29.07a29.79 2.29
18.92al8.94 29.00a29.79 2.29^a2.30
18.94al8.97 29.70a29.79 2.30
02.30H

Checks

80.55a80X
80.58a80M
80.56a80M

zuela

Bolivar

1.31

Hong

Vene¬

Bolivia

July

8.32a8.37

2.18H02.19H 33.06a33.07 33.07a33.12
33.01a33.07 33.02a33.12

4.18

3i6oX% discount
X% discount
3i6«H% discount
732aX% discount
X% discount

15.......

17.......

31

8.31a8.32

1.31

1.31

SUN DAY

...

10.......

Chile

Peru

Portugal

Kong

Shanghai

Peso

Sol

Escv4o

Dollar

(Yuan)Dol.

Manila

Singapore

Yen

Peso

Dollar

Checks

Checks

Yokohama

Java

Guilder

Checks
Checks
57.50a57.70 37.24a37.35
57.69a57.70 37.22a37.34

Checks

54.50O55»,6 39.14a399,6

29.01a29.09 49.80a4934

57.09057.75 37.20o37.33

68.68

54.75a55'16 39.33a39J4
54.13a54i3,6 39.19a39J4

29.l0a29.14 49.80a49J4
29.13a29.17 49.75a49J4

57.38057.75 37.26a37.42
57.38a57.65 37.29o37.44

68.04

29.16a29.24 49.75a49^

57.56a57.80 37.38a37.54

68.70

29.21a29.34 49.85a49J4
29.l6a29.20 49.80a49J4

57.81a58.00 37.49a37,50

68.71

57.44a57.90 37.30a37.47

68.68

29.14a29.19 49.80a49J4
29.12a29.18 49.80a4934
29.15a29.19 49.80a49J4

57.56a57%

37.34a37.47
57.47a57.80 37.31a37.45
57.50o57.75 37.33a37.45

68.62

Checks

Checks

Checks

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.50a4.52

55.000559,6 39.35a39i3,6 29.03a29.09 49.80a49^

26.00

5,10a5.20
5.10O5.20

23.71a24.20

4.50a4.52

54.88a5534

23.71o24.20

4.50a4.52

26.00

Bombay
Rupee

29.05a29.09 49.75a49%

Checks

Checks

Checks

39.24a3934

68.80

68.84

HOLIDAY

4----.
5-..-.

23.50

51.75a53.77

10.00

6-*—.

23.50

51.75a53.77

10.00

80.38a80J4
80.49a80%

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.5004.53

4.5004.54

68.70

SUNDAY

7

51.75a53.02

10.00

8.»--.

23.50

9_-

23.50

51.75a53.48

10.00

23.50

51.75a52.91

10.00

23.50

51.50a53.05

10.00

23.50

51.50a53.05

10.00

23.50

51.25a53.05

10.00

13----.

80.49a80M
80.63a80M
80.52a80M
80.49a80M

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71o24.20

4.5104.53

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.52a4.53

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.53

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.53

80.36a80H
80.39a8034

20.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71c24.20

4.50a4.52

53.56a549,6
50.78a52',6
53.06a54i16
53.66a547,6
54.03a54",6
53.03a53"1fi

39.19a39?4
38.40a38i5,6
39.19a39»,6
39.23a39'i16
39.25a39M
39.00a3934

68.60
08.67

SUNDAY

23.50

18.—
19

20--—,

10.00

5.10O5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

52.1605215,6 38.56a39'16 29.15a29.23 49.80a49J4

10.00

80,49a80?4
80X a80.62

26.00

51.25a52.90

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

23.50

50.75a52.56

10.00

80 X a80.52

26.00

6.10o5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

23.50

— .

51.25a53.05

23.60

17.

50.75a52.46

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20
23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

26.00

50.50a52.08

10.00

80j4 O80.64
80>4 a80.70
80X a80.68

5.10a5.20

50.50a51.55

10.00
10.00

26.00

23.50
23.50

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

52.44a533,6
52.38a53i,6
52.63a53J,$
52.9705311,6
52.86a537,6

26.00

5.10O5.20

-

-

.

23.50

50.50a52.08

10.00

23.50

10.00

50.50a51.68

10.00

23.50

50.50a52.36

10.00

23.50

27——,

50.50a52.08

23.50

28—

50.50a52.63

10.00

23.50

50.50a52.63

10.00

80X O80.62
80.49a80M
80.33a8034
80.35a8034
80.35a8034
80.35a8034

5.10a5.20

23.71a24.20

4.51a4.52

26.00

5.10a5.20
5.10a5.20

23.86a24.20
23.86a24.20

4.51a4.52

26.00
26.00

5.10a5.20

23.86a24.20

4.51a4.52

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.86a24.20

4.5004.51

23.86a24.20

4.50a4.61

26.00

26.00

5.10a5.20

29.l6a29.22 49.80a49%
29.l6a29.23 49.85a49K

38.63a3934
38.79a39J4
38.71a3934

29.14a29.19

49 J4

29.13a29.20

49 %

29.17a29.23

49%

57.56a57.80 37.34a37,46
37.35a37.48
57.56a57.85 37.33a37.47
57,50a57 % 37.33a37.44

57.63a57%

08.70
08.07

68.70
68.68

57.44a57.80 37.32a37.46
57.63a57.89 37.41a37.50

68.60

29.17a29.24

49%
49%
49%
29.20a29.28
49%
29.22a29.26 49.85a49%
29.22a29.27 49.85a49%

57.63a57.85 37.36037.51
57.63a58.00 37.41a37.53

68.09

29.18a29.25

57.49a57%

37.35a37.48

67.70

57.56a58.00 37.39a37.50

07.80

57.63a57.90 37.41a37.50

67.78

57.59a57.90 37.42a37.50

67.60

52.03a53i,6 37.21a37H 29.22a29.26 49.85a49%
51.94a529,6 37.10a379,6 29.23a29.25 49.85a49%
52.28a52i3,6 37.72a38}4 29.23a29.27 49.85a49%

57.60a57% 37.42a37.48
57.59a57.85 37.41a37.45

68.00

57.63a57.85 37.40a37.47

68.42

68.42

4.51a4.52

52.87a537,6
52.64a533,6
52.70a535,6
52.69a535,6
52.42a53i,6
52.38a52i3,6

38.65a393,6
38.63a3934 29.20a29.26
38.71a39M
38.63a39J4
38.38a38^

38.25a3854

67.82

SUNDAY

—

23.50
23.60
— .

4.51a4.52

38.58a3934
38.63a3934

SUNDAY

21—

31

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Exchange on the Far Eastern countries showed no new
developments during July.
The Japanese yen, as a matter
of fixed policy of the Bank of Japan, was generally steady,
moving in close sympathy with sterling exchange.
The
Shanghai dollar was generally firm, in harmony with the
international price for silver.
The Chinese financial situa¬
tion continued to be precarious as a result of continued
smuggling of silver from China to take advantage of the
high prices offered on the London market due to the silver

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Rio de Janeiro showed

8.37.

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sions* against the sole guaranty of the Governments re¬
sponsibility. The official quotations for Buenos Aires were
between 32.89@33.25 for cable transfers.
The unofficial
or free market ranged between 26% and 26.90.
The official
on

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of
bonds to the public, although the central bank makes emis¬

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of June.
Dispatches from Lima on
stated that Peruvian revenues and expenditures
were balanced at 131,313,490 soles.
Dispatches from San¬
tiago on July 27 stated that the publication of preliminary
budget figures had moved the Chilean press to urge the
Government to keep down expenses at any sacrifice in order
to balance the budget and avoid further taxation.
The
internal debt, it was revealed, increased from less than
$500,000,000 in 1934 to $700,000,000. This is a direct obliga¬
the central

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practically suspended for many months prior to its enforce¬
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paper peso was

50.50a53.06
50.50a53.34

10.00

80.35a80 34

26.00

10.00

23.50

50.50a53.06

10.00

80.35a8034
80.35a80%




5.10a5.20

23.86a24.20

4.5104.52

26.00

5.10a6.20

23.86a24.20

4.50a4.51

26.00

5.10a5.20

23.86a24.20

4.51a4.52

68.12

New York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF
■

Bond.

Sales

Jan. 1 to July 31

DURING JULY

1934

1935
$235,676,000

:

.

July

BOND PRICES

Stock

$263,752,000
2,322,913,700

.1,910,627,000

1935.

Sales

1935

July

Shares

1934

29,427,720
154,276,102

Jan. 1 to July 31

21,113,076
234,390,398

NOTICE.—Cash and deferred delivery sales are disregarded la the month's range, unless they are the only taansaotlons of the month, and when
selling outside of tlio
regular monthly range are shown In a footnote In the month In whtoh they ooour.
No account Is taken of such sales in computing the range for the year.

The tables

on

July 1935 and

pages

complete record of the transactions on the New York Stock Exchange during
They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The table
the Exchange. We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official list.

21 to 43 furnish

a

the range since Jan. 1.

embrace every security dealt in on
The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" in licate in each

the month when the bonds mature.

case

In accordance with the rule adopted by

the New York Stock Exchange iD 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bond,
are at a price to which accrued interest must be added.
The exceptions to the rule are income bonds and bonds on which
Interest is in default.
A few other bonds, like the Holland-America Line 6s, for special reasons, are also quoted
"flat,"
but where this is the

case

the

quotation "flat" will be found against the
Quotations after decimal point represent

became effective Jan. 2 1909.
Sales in

Low from
July 1 1933

BONDS

July
Value

N. 7.

STOCK

EXCHANGE

of the issue.

name

This method of quoting bond*

32ds of

one or more

a

point.

PRICES IN JULY

to

July 1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

July 31

Highest

Lowest

1

Highest

July 311935
Bid

Ask Bid

Ask

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Fourth

352,000

Liberty Loan—
Fourth 4Ma
Oct 15 1933-1938A O

15,000

Registered....

A

O

101.25 Sale

104". 10

116728 HI.. 117"" Sale"

101.15 Sale

O

823,000 Treasury 3s...

D

Jan.

28

102.28

Jan.

106.28

101.18

19 106.23

July

106.23

July

18

103.24

Jan.

111.30 Sale

112.1

Sale

111.29

July
July
July

112.8

July

108.24

Jan.

108.24

Jan.

112

107

Jan.

110.25

112

July

110.25

July

22

liolfo Sale"

iioYY Sale"

110.10

98".5"

107718 Sale"

I67Y6 Sale"

i07:i6" July"

103:24 Sale"

103:28 Sale"

2 107.29

.V.Yune"*15" 1949-43 j*D

98A2

108717 Sale"

108:20 Sale"

Sale

103.24

July

103.27

July

104

103.20

July
July

104.3

103.29
D

B

3,000

July 22

108.13

108.16

104.9

July

103.29
108.23

July
July

108.18

19
July 30
July 19
July 20
July 18
July 22

1,759,000 Treasury 3Ms

880:666

D

» m

I)

% *

m m m

m m

to

m

6*

95,000 Fed Farm Mtge Corp 3)4*
Registered.............

518:666
1,069.000

m «• «•' m m se m

F

3s

2,000

Jan.

102.26

Mat. 13 103.29

104.15

Jan.

108.23

108.6

Feb.

108.18

May
1
July 30
May
1
July 20
July 18
July 22

102.19

Feb.

104

100.20

Jan.

104.10

108.20 Sale

108.16

July

108.28

July

19

104.14

Jan.

108.28

July

10574" Sale"

Apr.

108.18

June 27

ioBY Sale"

104.31

i05:il

July
July

"l9

101.26

Jan.

2 105.11

105.1

July
July

13

103.17

Jan.

101.5

13 105.1

22 105.1

19

May

July

1
13

104.29 Sale

105.1

Sale

104.22

July

2 105.9

July 20

101.15

Jan.

7 105.9

Jan.

22 103.17

Jan.

22

I08.Y9 Sale"

108.24

Sale"

108.17

July

2 108.28

July

104.18

Jan.

7 108.28

July

19

107.6

9>:27
99.24

Mar. 18 107.21

June

102.24

Jan.

2 106.19

Jan.

16 106.11

July 19
July
5
July
8
May 14

106.14 Sale

106.13 Sale

106.8

101720 s'ale"

lOiYl Sale"

101.17

106.9
8

1964 M S

19

100.15

July
2 106.19
July 25 106.11
July
2 101.28

July
July
July

19
5
8

I

Mar 1 1942-1947 M

2)4* Series B

103.19

July 20

98

103.22 Sale

104.2

94.27

102:4

102:16 Sale"

Sale

103.20

July

102:2""

July

2 104.5

July

18

100.15

Mar. 19 101.28

May 28 101.12

101.14

Jan.

104.5

3

J

lOoIio

102.9

Sale

102.22 Sale

102.8

S

100.24

101.3

Sale

101.19 Sale

101.2

94.26

102.2

Sale

9Y28

I66:i7 Sale"

"2 ioiiYo" July" 18

18

Feb.

102.14

Feb.

1

99.16

Jan.

102.20

July 28

99.20

Sale"

July

102.14

Jan.

102.5

June 17

July
July

July
July

2 102.24
2 101.20

July
July

19

100.20

Feb.

102.24

19

100.24

May

101.20

2 102.16

July

18

19
19

Corp—

3s Series A...................1952 MN

102.11 Sale

101.30

July

I6i~2

iooYY

July "~2 101.6"" July" 18
July 16 100.31 July 16

Sale"

100.31

......

'"no"'"'

3s.....................1961

99.18

Jan.

7 102.16

100.16

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

Aug 11939-1949 FA

Registered...

Panama

June 25

100.20

101.5

Jan 15 1942-1947

2)4 s

Registered....*

2,661:656

July 22

108.18 Sale

A

May 15 1944-1949 MN
Registered...................

Home Owners Mtge

1,725,000

107.29

Mar. 12 107.15

9~4".26

Registered................

3s

Jan.

103.17

Aug 11941 F A

1,626.000 Treasury 3 34"
Apr 15 1944-1
16,000
Registered.....
4,141,000 Treasury 2 Ms
Mar 15 1955-1960 M

908:666

103.28

98.8

I>

Dec 15 1949-1952 J

Registered..
Treasury 3Ms
Registered..

Mar. 23 110

18
10
22
Apr. 24

104.10

July
July
July

107.7
J

J

Registered...

July

109.5

10

99.26

97~.26

.June"151946-1949

112.8

19

28
18

105.31

112

D

Treasury 3H*

117.2

July

Registered...

1,288:666

16

21

106.28

D

"J un'e" Ys" 1946" 1948 j"

12

July
July
July

July

18
10

12

Jan.

117.7

106.17

104.3

Mar 15 1941-1943 M

114

117.2

Jan.

30 104.5

Sale"

103.28 Sale

171,000 Treasury IHs....

Jan.

July

29 104.16

106 Yl

93.12

J

113.6

July

19
16

117.7

8
D

.Sept 15 1951-1955 M S

Registered
22,000
2,081,000 Treasury 3s...
1,000
Registered
117,000 Treasury 3H..
2,000
Registered

101.10

July
July

i06ll9 Sale"

D
S

July
July
July

116.28

101.12

July
July

106.15

97.25

D

921,000 Treasury 4s.........Dec 15 1944-1954 J
6,000
Registered..............
.....J
620.000 Treasury 3Ma_.._.._Mar 15 1946-1956M
Registered......................_M
260.000 Treasury 3Hs....._June 151943-1947J
Registered.......................J

29 101.28
30 101.21

July

116.26

O

101.12

101.10

t

O

200.000 Treasury
Oct 15 1947-1952A
7,000
Registered
...—A
591,000 Treasury 4)4-3 X%..Oct 15 1943-1945A
7,000
Registered..................... J

100.30

Feb.

5 101.26

June

96.20

Jan.

7 101.6

98.25

Feb.

8 100.31

July
July

110

Feb.

18 110

July

18
4

18
16

Feb. 18

STATE AND CITY SECURITIES

(See Note below)
FOREIGN GOV r. & MUNICIPAL'S
'

Agricultural Mtge Bank (Colombia)

♦S f 6s Feb 1935 coupon on....1947
9,000
♦S f 6s Apr 15 1935 coupon on..1948
10,000
57,000 Akershus (Dept) extl 0s.........1963
77,000 •Antloquia (Dept of) Col 7s A... 1945
22,000
'External s f 7a ser B..........1945
'External s f 7s ser C
26,000
1945
'External s f 7s sex D
11,000
1945
♦7s let series.................1957
35,000
♦7s 2d series.................. 1957
13,000
♦7s 3d series
38,000
..1957
77.000 Antwerp (City) extl loan 5s
1958
170,000 Argentine Govt public works 6s. 1960

F

A

A

O

J

J

Sale

9

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long intervals, dealings^In such securities being almost entirely at private sale over the counter.
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PRICES IN JULY

1933

RANOE SINCE JAN.

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FOREIGN GOV'T (CottelnOed)
%
13,000 Italian Cred Consortium 7s ser A 1937
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33,000
1952
224,000 Italian Public Utility s f g 7s
1954
429,0,00 Japanese Got extl s f 6H«
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Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bank)—
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1954 J D
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1945
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30,000
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Assenting 4s of 1918 small

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1958 MN
Oslo (City) 38 year s f 6s..
1955 MN
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21,000 Panama (Rep) external 5 Hs
1953
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13,000
May 15 1963
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62,000
Pernambuco (State of)—
♦7s September coupon off
34,000
154,000 ♦Peru (Rep) Sec s f g 7s..

1,938,000
1,204,000

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♦National loan ext

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199,000
237,000

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46,000
65,000
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23 %

Sale
23% Sale

15.

33% Sale

35% Sale

16%

Sale

35

29 %

Sale

76,000 ♦Saxon Pub Works (Germany) 7s_1945 F A
♦Gen ref guar aerial gold 6
33,000
Ha. 1951 mn

33

17,000 ♦Saxon State Mtge Inst 7s...

D

39%

D

Sale

1945 J
Dec 1946 J

Serbs Croats 5c Slovenes (Kingdom)
♦8s Nov 1 1935 coupons on.. ..1962

89,000
♦78 Nov 1 1935 coupon on
78,000
101,000 Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7s..l958 J D
15,000 ♦Sileslan Landowners Assn 6s

2,000 Soissons (City) ext 15

1947 F

A

yr 6s...... 1936 MN

Styria (Province of)—
♦78 February coupon off......1946 F A
7,000
59,000 Sydney (City) s f g 5Ha
..1955 F A

91,000
12,000
124,000
4,000
67,000

Taiwan Elec Pow 5H«
Tokyo City loan of 1912
External

s

1971 J

J

5s......1952 M S

f 5Ha guar

...1961 A O

♦Tollma (Dept of) external 7s... 1947 MN
Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5HS..1957 mn

Upper Austria (Province of)—
♦7s Unmatured coupons on...1945
5,000
♦6Hs Unmatured coupons on.1957
5,000

34,000 ♦Uruguay (Rep) external s f 8s..1946
♦Ext s f 6s
280,000
1968
♦Exter s f 6s
182,000
..............1964
10,000 Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7s
.1952
Vienna (City of)—
♦6s Unmatured coupons on...1952
8,000
179,000 Warsaw (City) external 7s
...1958
63,000 Yokohama (City) extl s f 6s...,..1961

J 8
F

A

mn
MN

A O

MN
F

A

J

D

31% Sale
50

•v

July
July
July

12 102K Mar. 28 107 % Feb. 26
40
59
2
Apr.
3
July
2
2
36% Mar. 26 54
July
2

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

5
13
13
13
25
18
20

July
8
July 10
July 19
July 22
July 24
31
9
19

■

.

■




99% May 13
79K Mar. 30

Feb.

28

July

20

Jan.

29

71

16% May 81
14
99

5

15% July

1
15K July 27
73
July 16
57% July
2
54
July
2

Sale

29% Sale
41% Sale

29% July 31
28
40

July 29
July
3

29 K
29
46 H

Sale

29% Sale

Sale
Sale

28 K

49%

165% 170

Sale

74% Sale
50

Sale

158

Sale

90 %
98 K

96
99

96%
99%
99% Sale

25 22
Mar. 22 105

31
29

June

3

12% July

16

86 %

Sale

83
Sale
72%
73%
82% Sale
10
12%

72%
75
83% Sale
10%
12%
97%
98 -

% 109

99 K

39 %

44

38

39

99

40 %
39 %

36% July 24

78% July 31
64% July 24
61% July 27
35%. July 22
33% July 11
44
July 20

39

m

29

May 25

36% Jan.

50

June 29

78

52

Jan.

4

49% Jan.

3

29% July
28
July

31
29

40

June 20

Jan.

71

82

66

89
72

92

'

'

Feb.

42% Feb. 19
40

Feb.

55

Feb.

15
8

52% Feb. 18

Feb.

61% Feb.

July 30 175K Jan.

9
9

9
18
14

86

11% July
99
July

8
11
2
18
26

May 20 99
July 23
95% June
5 102 K Jan. 24

90K July 19
74 % July 22
89
July
2

2

87% June 10

66 K Mar. 21

76

74% Jan.
8% Apr.

86

91

Jan.

84% Jan.

July 25
84% July 31

21

91% Jan.
64% July 24
61% July 27

Feb.

74% Jan.

4

4
7

Jan.

July

86 % July
74
July
84
July

7

28

Jan.

36

89% July
71

18

23% Jan.
21

36
75

70%

72% Sale
84 % Sale

19K Jan.
30

29

95
Feb.
82
Jan.
36 % Mar.
34% Mar.
34% Mar.

24

Jan.

19 % Mar.

Jan.
3
Mar. 30
June 11

99
July 33
99% July 11

108K July

40

19% Jan.
2
18% Feb. 13

26

75
50

101

Sale
Sale

19

36% Feb. 15

7
26
30

6 109
July 25
July 11 103 % July 22
39% July 25 42% July 19
38
July 10 41% July 18
38
July 11 42
July 18
70% July
9 72% July
5

.....

.....

25
25

16% June 26 23Feb.
July 29 22
Feb.
19 21
Feb.
13% June 15 21% Feb.
51
July 24 87% Jan.
112
Apr. 16
Jan.

91

109%
104%

38% Sale

72%
88% Sale

99%

82% July 25
72% July 19
82
July 29
10!
July
9
97;
July
2

Feb.

July
Jan.

14 % July

30% July
5
27
29% July
5
22%
July
9
65)
46% July
5
July 31
43
158
July 30 158
July 30 158
10
8

37

13

July
July
July
July
July 25

July 10
28% July 31

91
July
98% July

22

106K Mar. 9 110K Apr. 25
103% Mar. 26 109
Feb. 25
37K Mar. 14 43% Feb. 16

29

72% July 26

20 % July

July

23 % July
23
July

23% July 24
17
July
5
14% June
8
14
May
2
73
July 16

",V

'.t

3
13
13
13
25

11
16
8
2

ivy"
<t..

17% July
July
July

15

July

15K Apr.

1
1
Mar. 30

7% Apr.
7% Apr.

26% July
18
July
16% July
16% July

i.?:.1
•<"

13 % June 18
Jan. 16

12

23 % July
17
July

•

L-

90
June 12
6
85% June
102 % Feb.
8

15% Mar. 27
13 % July 30

For footnotes, tee page 33.

■\

102% Feb. 20
5
101% Feb.
9
35% Feb.

38 % June 19

73

104

19
107
Feb. 19
104 % Mar.
1
103
Jan. 17

V&

39

♦SFg6Hs

Feb.

5

24

19

102% Feb. 19

8
15

Sale

Jan.

36% Feb. 20
102 % Feb.

July

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

9

16K July
16
July

17 %

16

42

5

17% Sale
15% Sale

8

Apr. 25
Jan. : 7
7% May 17
8% Jan. 22
7

8

16% July 16
13% July 30

J

Jan.

7

3
8

14% July

50

7

19% Jan.
19% Feb.

50

July

Jan.

85% Feb.

15% July

July
1
17%
July 29 15%
July 19 15 %
July 29 16
July 24 73 %
July
2 115%

11

7
14% June 18
31 % June 20
29
July

July 30
96%. Mar.
July 29
96% Mar.
July
9 103% Mar.
July 27 103% Mar.
July
2 100% May
Mar.
July
July
98% Jan.
98
Jan.
July
July
22% June
Jan.
July
Jan.
July
99
Jan.
July

12 110K July
12 108% July
3 38% July

12
16

9

24

19
15

J

76 %
58
55

12KJuly

25)
25;

7

11% Apr. 25

8

48K

13

J

54

Feb. 28

10% Jan.
8% Jan.

24
24
17
22

1

24

15%
15 %
78 %
63K
61K

59

July 15
July 26

15

"5KApr"."l5

33% July

15

O

15% July

16%
17%
16%
13
Sale
14% Sale
13
13%
14%
51
61% Sale
zl!3
112K 120

—

18K

'
23

23% July 31
23
July 29

13 %

27

M S

July
July

19
July 22 19)
15K 14
July 25 16)
zl04KJuly 29 105

13 %

A

51

19 %

26

J

58

14%
20%
17 %
July
14
17 %
July
80
July
83%
108
July 24 115 %
1 96%
92% July

Sale

19
14

102%

14

Sale

J

M S

26%
89*

13% July 24
16K July

Sale
Sale

J

San Paulo (State of)—

♦8s July coupon off...
26,000
.....1936
♦8s July coupon
53,000
off........... 1950
♦78 September coupon
55,000
off.....1956
♦6s July coupon off..
60,000
1968
♦Sec 8 f g 7s...
374,000
.1940
33,000 ♦Santa Fe Prov (ArgRep) extl 7s .1942
92,000
♦Stamped...................

102

100 %

23% July

105% July 25 106

82 % Sale
111K Sale

19%
22 %

50

off...........1952 MN
♦6Hs May coupon off.........1957 MN

a

Sale

13% Sale
17 %
15 %
15 %

Sale

16% Sale
14

103^
102?,

100 K July

109 % Sale
110K Sale
108
July
107
107% 108 H 108K 107 % July
38
41 •
37 K
38K July

1959 F

3,000 Saarbruecken (City)

% July

100 % July

0O7
58%
52% Sale

14%

Sale

107
107

101 % July
100 % July

OIK

Sale

Sale

105

Sale

16%
16% al5K Sale
13 %
14% Sale
14

♦8s April coupon
off..........1946
♦6s June coupon off.
...1968
♦7s May coupon off...
.....1966 MN
♦7s June coupon off
J D

5,000
20,000

15

25%
25%

IBIS

100 % July
106
July

'25%

mn

100%

100 % July

84 % July
84% Sale
81% 82% 81% July
101% Sale 100 % July

Sale

19

38
33

Sale

"

24

Sale
Sale

9,000
D
1961
♦7H« July coupon off
J
21,000
1966
5,000 Prague (Greater City) 7Ks
1952 MN
69,000 ♦Prussia (Free State) ext sf 6)4. 1951 M S
♦Sf gold 6s
81,000
1952 A O

32 % July
29
July

35

Sale

101 %

105K
58

14 % July

38

100 %

89% Sale
83%
.00%

Sale

15

15% July 26
15K July 25

101% Sale
101% Sale
106% Sale
106% Sale

Sale

(City of)—

July 22

35%
33%

33

34%

1940 A O

♦7s August coupon off....

6

July 22

15
18
16

32%

Sale

♦6Hs August coupon off
...1953
Rio Grande do Sul (State
of)—

7

5% Apr.
4% July
3% July
3% July
7% May
6
July

14 % June

93

112,000

5
July
4% July
July

4

17 106

July
2
July 22

50 K July

15

♦8s April coupon off

7

Feb.

sss«s)<

1

Sale

Rio de Janeiro

July 22

43

44% Feb. 25

4% July 27
*c a g 22

14% July

f 6s...... 1961 A O

22,000 Queensland (State of) ext a f 7s..1941 A O
25-year extl s f 6s
Feb 15 1947 F A
17,000
16,000 ♦Rhine-Mein-Danube deb7s ser A1950 M S

nassas

15% Sale

15% Sale

.......

*

14%
14%
14% Sale

s

Porto Alegre (City of)—
♦8s June coupon off

a,

71KJuly

17,

1950 J

a

8% July 11
7
July 22

4% July
3% July
3% July
6

1968 J

15 1947 A O

»

50% July 24

1 6s

'27. Oct
8s............

*

10

6% Mar. 26

59% Sale

s

D

12

71% Sale

80
114

f

4M July 27
7

July

9% July 24
5
July
9
*

5

53% Sale

1947 M

2

::::: "6%

J

40,000
275,000

,

12 100

"7" July"*2

Sale

5%

:.

7

1959 M S

Poland (Rep of) g 6s
Stabilis loan 7s of
s

5%
8%

8%

! fi

O

A

16s.Aug 15 1943 F A

f 5s

Municipal Bank

External

July
July

5H

New South Wales ext
External s f g 5s

48-year

6

4%

'¥

98

5*A

♦♦Small

External

5

4

j

1933 j

Minas Geraes (State of, Brazil)—
♦6 %s September coupon off
40,000
1958 M S
34,000
♦6J4s September coupon off
1959 M S
80,000 ♦Montevideo (City) a f g 7s.....1952 J D
♦Ext s f g 6s series A..
8,000
1959 MN

206,000
68,000
71,000
58,000
307,000
235,000
191,000
5,000
77,000
110,000
68,000
86,000

Sale

9

3

85
Feb.
7
28 100
May 27
89 % July
8

Jan.

77% Jan. 30

36

9% Sale

Sale Prices
Feb.
4
Jan. 16

80

63

40

3%
3%

...

832,000 Milan City (Italy) ext loan 5Hs..l952
<

D

6%

Highest

Sale Prices

July
July
July
July
July

63

Sale

Lowest

Lower Austria (Province of)—

11,000

1

to

STOCK EXCHANGE

70% July

17

May 21
June

1

12HJan.

2

99

Mar.

15 110
May
14 103 % July
19 47% Jan.
28 41% July
28 42
July

6

18
6

27
22
8

18
18

9

83

Jan.

25

7
63
Mar. 29
80M Jan. 17

96

Feb.

21

74% July 22
90

June

10

N. Y. STOCK

July
N. Y.

Value

STOCK

RAILROAD AND

July

EXCHANGE

{

1933

to

July 311935

INDUSTRIAL

COMPANIES.

27

182,000 ♦{♦Abitlbl Pow « Paper 1st 5s-..1953
1943
220,000 Abraham & Straus deb 5H«
1948
132,000 Adams Express coll tr g 4«1.1952
73,000 Adriatic Blec Co external 7a
Ala Ot Sou 1st cons 5s sat A
19#<
20,000
First cons 4s series B---1943
68,000
24,000 ♦Albany Perf rated Wrap Paper 4s 1948
V
49,000 Albany A Susq 1st guar ms. . ..1946
1,260,000 {Allegheny Corp coll t* conv lo-JJOJ
Collateral and convertible 5s.. 1949
456,000
Collateral A convertible 5a
1950
70.000
5s stamped
!?•>"
176,000
1998
35,000 Allegh A West 1st ft ftu 4a
1942
24,000 Alleft Valley ften guIs.--1950
239,000 Allied Stores Corp deb 4H»
115,000 Allls-Chalmers Mfg deb g 5s..—1937

7a..——11
—July 19

102*| July

Sale

Sale
Sale

93** July

1

60 ** July

27
11

Sale

45*4
Sale

73
Sale
Sale

Sale
92

B1 lat 5s..——1958
Gas Co lat g 5a.1945
19 000
1** Ben A ref 6s aer A.—......1947
Conv deb 5Ha
1936
43 000
Debentures gold 5a ..........I960
38 000
'■* lien A ref 5a series B—..... 1457
1'000 Brunaw A Western lat gu g 4a...1938
14 000 Buffalo Gen Blec 4Ha aer B......1981
9 000 Buff Roch A Pitts gen 5a...
1937
472,000
ConaoMHa
1457
21 000 *(♦ Burl Ced Rap A Nor 1st Ss—1934
24 000

138i000

1952
..1955
ax...I960

'{♦Bush Terminal Co 1st 4s

♦ConaolSa

43 000

Buab Term Bldgo 60 gu tax

51,000

Sy-Product Coke 1st 5Ha aer A..1945
For footnotes, see page




83.

3

July
26 109** July
95
July
15
July
31 102

Sale

Sale

112

Sale

108*4 107** July
Sale
112** July 18

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

100 **
24

Sale

Sale

60*4

62

23 **
15
60

90

July
July
July
23
July
12
July
595* July

13
22 102
23 25**
29 25
15**

935*
104**
105!
103!
HI!
1043
105**

96!
23 J

Sale
Sale
Sale
60 *4

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale'

104

104

62

12

July
1035* July
105 *4 July
103*1 July
109** July

i05" 102** July

92

Sale

104

104*4 July
July
103** July

9 103

k

11 104
July 11 102**
102*4 100
Sale
107** July 27 110 ~
103** 103** July 26 104**
5 112**
Sale
110** July
Sale
110
July 11 110**

102.
Sale

104*4

Sale

93** Sale
75** Sale

Sale

92** July
73** July

Sale

73

Sale

69

Sale

92** Sale

90

Sale

30

Sale

27

29**
Sale

Sale
52
99

July
July
July

23** July
40** July
40** Sale
107** 107** 107** July
42
July
96
July
0 " Sale

103
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

106"
Sale

112

102**
102
Sale

Sale

Sale"
30**
Sale

30

25** Sale

25

Sale

25** Sale
28

35

111** Sale

103*1 Sale
109**
37**

.....

71
30

10

8**

12
23
12

18
12
11

12

19
16
9

13
25

8
18
26
1

1

Sale
33
Sale

9**

July 23
74** July 22
70
July
2
26
July
2
7** July 17
6** July
3
73

91** Sale
Sale

Sale
106** Sale
105M Sale
109

66
70
75**
109** Sale
119**

125*1

128

91

92

90

76

109** Sale

iii

121

90

July
68** July
70
July
109
July

June 26
15*4 July 19
63** June 24

25

Mar. 12

Feb.

24

100

Feb.

95*4
104*4
106**
104**
111*4
106*4
106*4

Jan.

Jan.
July
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Apr.

104

July
July

47*

107** Jan.
38 k May 10

31
5
3:
_

31
1

31
31
31
15
26
31
27
3
18
18
26
12
16

m

105" "July
109*4 July
104
58

Sale

18** July

July
July

23

Sale
65

Sale
Sale

17
40** July 27
3
64 k July

Sale

Sale

82** July

885*

87** July

Feb. 20
Jan.

24
26
22
Mar. 23
Jan. 26
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

100

July 30

95** Feb.
95** Apr.

105

Jan.

104*4
77*4
109*4
86**

Jan.
7
Feb. 20

54
101

Mar.
Mar.

63** Mar.
93 J* Apr.
86
Apr.

Jan.
Jan.

100

755* Apr.

28
June 29

88
76

52*4 Mar.
38*4
62*4
110
100**
103
103

Jan.

60*4 Jan.
76*4 Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

8
15

Jan.
8
June 29

9
8

8

Jan.

114*1

Jan.

106 k July 26
110
July 31
118
July 27
Mar.
4
68

Mar.
Mar.

64

May
Apr.
Apr.
95
Jan.
113** Jan.
116 k Jan.

Jan.

8

102*4 Apr. 30
102
July 18
96*4 July 26
120*4 July 12
126*1 July 16

100

100

33*4 July 15 41J
105*4 Mar. 19 1151
103 H Jan.
3 1043
18 102k Jan. 12 109!
34*4 Jan. 16 45

July
2
July 26
July
3

July

8

21
May 22

Jan.

Jan.

90

_

5
5
4

Mar. 22

92** July 31 103*4
715* June
92*1
68** May
82*4
90
100
July
27
July
42**
23** July
35** Feb.

59*4 Mar. 29
60*4 Mar. 29
59*4 Mar. 18
26
July
2
5** Mar. 27
6
June 20

84

110** July
128

-22

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

112*4 July 30
112*4 Feb. 27
JaD. 25
113
June 27
106
7
110*4 May

104** July

29

17

Feb. 25

Apr. 26
Feb.

9

Feb.
Feb.

5
8

Feb. 16
12
June 13
Jan.

July

18

Mar. 15

Jan.

25

79*4 Jan.

25

74

Jan.

11

40*4 Jan.
12H Jan.

10
7

Jan.

10

79

11

4** May 28
92*4 July 10
110*4 Mar. 11

Jan.

Mar. 16

106

121

Sale

Feb. 25
Jan.

105

106*4 May

July

105'

May 16
May 20

105** June 12
3
103*4 Apr.
Feb. 25
110

Apr.

15

July

77*4 July
77*1 July
72
July
29** July
10** July
9
July

119** July

105
Sale

May 18

July
2
July
2
26** June 29

4

Apr.

105

126** 127
Sale

20**

42

14

19

91** July
107*4 July
107** July
106** July

110** 108** July
July
102** 103

Sale

Mar. 15

4** May

107** Sale
108** Sale
107** Sale
105** Sale

71""

2 113*4 Apr. 12
9 109
May
1
2 113*4 June 12

Apr.

5**
108

8

Jan. 11
11 104
24 110** Feb. 15
2 113*4 June 12

3 112
111** July 31 107** Jan.
27*4 May 20 44
31** July 16
25
July 31 39*4
29
July
5
25*4 May
9 39*4
28** July 23

33** July 15 34
107*4 July
8 112
103** July 26 104**
109 k July 18 109**

18

25

Mar. 13 102

48

76** Sale
77** Sale

88** Feb.

111*4 July 18

11 110*4 July 31
105*4 Mar. 6

63 J* Mar.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

12

26

31

lllk Jan.
106** Jan.
Jan.
10 Ill
31

19

July

7 100** July
10 112
Jan.

July 17
2
July
July 30

23

1105* July
29** July
25
July
25** July

2

5

June

75

20

29

87**
July
102
July
103
July
103**
July
106**
July
101
July
July 25 101**
9 100**
July

3
22

May 20
July 31
Jan.
4
Jan.
2

5 103

Ill** Jan.

July
July

23

97** Jan.

2

19

_

31
97** July
79
July
22
20 75** July
25 95*4 July
9 35
July
13
27** July
43
July
19
3 107** July
July
15 45
July
5 100

3** 103** 100** July
2** Sale 1019* July
62** July
1** Sale
8
Sale
107** July
73
July
8** Sale
98** July
9** Sale
96
July
7** Sale
85
July
7
Sale
61** July
9** Sale
48** July
6*4 Sale
61 ** July
0
Sale
113** July
3** 114
105
July
6** Sale
107
July
0
Sale
110
July
4
108
July
5** 66** 66
2
102** 1015* July
102
July
96** July
119** 118** July
Sale
124** July

11** Sale
29J* Sale

87
Feb.
8
98
Jan.
10
49
Mar.
26
70
Jan.
3
18 104*4 Mar.
85** Jan.
25
1 102** July
31 102** July
~ 100** July
102
July
19 107** Apr.

July

161"" July '16 105!
102*4 104** July 12 106!

Sale

_

July
July

13
31

8
Mar. 29
13** July 30
July
2
84*4 Mar. 30 92
8
.05*4 Jan. 29 109** July
June 18
92** June 17 95
5 102
.00
July 18
Apr.

July

101

Sale

Apr.

99** Mar. 30 103
64** Mar. 13 77
52** Mar. 29 88*
13
Mar. 28 26

July
July

121*4

Sale

38

[ July 31

July

86

87*4 Sale

Sale

July

37

.00

18

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

26

Jan. 11 108** May 24
Mar. 30 103 k June 20
Jan.
2
15

.07

92

108**

Sale"

______

♦Certificates of deposit...........

10
31

Sale

Sale

283 000 Boston

117,000 Brooklyn Union
36,000 Brooklyn Union

1

Sale

Sale
Sale

♦1st 6 Ha
1956
4,000
190,000 Bethlehem Steel 1st A ref 6a g A.1942
20-year pur A Imp a f 5s......1936
205,000
1944
2,000 Big Sandy Ry lat mtge 4s...
Blng A Blng a f deb *H«
195#

————1941

3

Sale

Sale

——.....1955
Kiev A Undgrd Rye—

1st 5a stamped..—

2

Sale

81

•

87*4

♦Debenture 6s

5.000

10

Sale

Sale

Sale

35,000 (Baldwin Locom Works 1st a f 5s. 1940
402,000 Bait A Ohio lat g 4a——.—July 1948
Refund & gen 5s aer A——.—1995
464,000
1st gold 5a
July 1948
187,000
Ref and gen 4s, aeries C....—1995
608,000
PLEAWVa Sys ref g 4s..
1941
431,000
Soutbw Dlv 1st 814a at 5%
1950 J
360,000
Tol Cin Div 1st A ref 4a aer A—1959 J
111,000
Refunding 5a series D—
2000 M
329,000
Conv g 4 H ■—
—
196*
1,711,000
Ref A gen 5a aeries P.——.——1996
384,000
15,000 Bangor A Aroostook HI 1st g 5 a 43
Con refmtg* gold 4a 1451
36.000
4s stamped...................1951
106,000
Batavtan Pete gtd deb OH* ——-1942
23,000
12,000 Battle Creek A Sturgla gu 8a....1989
1936
33,000 Beech Greek 1st gu 4a.....
Second guar gold 5a.. ...——1434
5,000
9,000 Beech Creek Bxten lat g 3Ho-- -1951
92,000 Bell Telephone of Pa lat 5a B—1948
First A ref 5a aeries G ———I960
188,000
Belvidere Del cons gtd g IHo
1943
42",660 Beneficial Indus Loan dab 4a——1944
♦Berlin City Electric deb 4Xa...1451
36,000
♦Deb sinking fund 0H«
1959
49,000

A Maine lat 5a aer AC—.1967
148!000
lot mortgage 5s aerlea II
1955
87,000
1st g4Ra aerlea JJ
--.WJJ
33,000 Boston A N Y Air Line lat gu 4a.l95S
28,000 *{*Botany Cons Mills sec a f 4H«19M
15.000
♦Certificates of depoajt—........
♦{♦Bowman-BUt Hotels 1st 7a
1934
;
Stpd as to payment of 3435 part red
35,000 Brooklyn City RR lat 5s..—..—1941
42,000 Brooklyn Bdlson Inc gen 5a A—.1949
67.000
G«n mtge 5a aerlea B——.1952
480,000 BklynJH Tr R T Sec 6s aer A
1968
156!000
15-yr sec 6a series A......—1949
92,000 Bklyn Queans Co A Sub gtd 5a._ 1941

12

Sale"

103

Sale

Second 4s
1948
41,000
48,000 Atl Gulf A WI SS Line coll tr Ss.1959
..1937
178,000 Atlantic Refining deb 5s
3,000 Atlantic A Yadkin lat gu g 4a—1949
1941
31,000 Austin A NW lat g 5a guar

Berlin Blec

.

91** July 24
102** July 24
1
69** July
81
July 22
110** July
93*2 July
102** July
102** July
100** July
102
July
108
July
111** July

94

93

103*4

21,000 Ark A Memp Bdge A Term 1st 5s. 1964
342,000 Armour A Co. 1st real estate 4H* 1939
664,000 Armour A Co of Del let 5Xa....1943
189,000 Armstrong Cork conv deb 5s...—1940
439,000 Atcb Top A S P gen g 4s ------1995
Adjustment g 4s
..—July 1 1995
8,000
Stamped 4s
July 1 1995
216,000
Conv g 4s of 1909. ..———1955
1,000
Conv g 4s of 1905
1955
23,000
Conv g 4s of 1910... .......
—-I960
6,000
Conv deb gold 4Ka.—.—1948
164,000
Rocky Mt div 1st 4s A........ 1945
33,000
Trans-Cont Short Line 1st 4s gl958
16,000
Cal-Arlz 1st A ref 4Ha sat A —1942
131,000
Atl Knox A No 1st g5s
-—1946
Atl A Char Air Llna lat 4Hs A..1944
76,665
1st 30-year 5s aer B
1944
19,000
Atlanta Gas Light lat 5a....—.1947
July 1952
339", 666 Atl Coast L lat cons 4s
General unified 4H* aerlea A—1964
231,000
LAN collat gold 4s
Oct.. 1952
517,000
10-yr coll tr Ss..
.—-May 1 1945
354,000
Atlantic A Danville 1stg 4a
1948
191,000

46,000

108** 107*2 July
July
99 % 101
44
July
Sale
101
July
Sale
Sale
70** July
Sale
59*4 July
Sale
17*2 July
12
July
Sale
Sale
89** July
108
July
Sale
Sale
93** July
Sale
101** July

104

^

•

30

Sale

108**

Sale Prices

June 17
41*4 Jan.
.02** July 30 105** May
3
85
Jan.
99** July
60** July 27 100** Feb.
26

29** July 19
105
July
9
99** July 31
6
*75** July
8
107** July
July
2
July 24
July 31
102
July 31
77
66
July 29
July 25
20
135* July 30

2

Sale

19
40,000 ♦Alpine Montan Steel 7s
19
7,000 Am Beet Sugar 6s ext to- -.
Amer A Foreign Power deb 5a...20
1,437,000
...—19
159,000 American Ice s f deb 5s
19
448,000 American IG Chemical 5 Ho
430,000 Amer Internal Corp conv tKe—11
American Rolling Mill conv 5a —19
103,000
Conv deb 4**s
—19
3,456
602,000 Amer Smelting A Re# 5a aer A—lfi
19
18,000 Amer Tel A Tel Conv 4a.
30-year coll trust 5a———19
286,000
35-year sink fund deb 5s.
19
314,000
20-year sinking fund ***•--—})
444,000
Convertible debentures 4H0--H
127,000
Debenture 5s
.—-—.11
352,000
1'
36,000 {♦Am Type Founders 6s ctfs
Amer Water Works A Blec
Debenture gold 6s aeries A—11
277,000
10 yr conv coll tr 5s
H
799,000
11
69,000 {♦Amer Writ Paper 1st g 6s
♦Ceitlflcates of Deposit
15,000
416,000 ♦AngloChilean Nitrate
50,000 ♦{Ann Arbor 1st g 4a

26*4 July

28**

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

July 31

July 1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

JULY

PRICES IN

Low from

BONDS

Sales in

EXCHANGE—BONDS

July
July

110

118k Feb.

107** May 8
105*4 July 23
71
July 19
77*4 June 13
July 10
July 12
128
July
8

Apr.
104*4 Jan.
104
June
55
Jan.
65
Mar.
100*4 Jan.
114k Jan.

17 103*4 Jan.
July 26 108** Jan.
July 12 101 k Apr.
July 23 108** Jan.
June
July 16 104
61*4 Apr.
July 31
17*4 May
July 11
14
Apr.
76
Jan.
88
July 29
37 J* Apr.
44
July
53*4 Apr.
70
July 24
77*4 Jan.
88*4 July 12

105** July
110

III*

2
2

IS?"

Apr. 17

Mar. 11

12 103** May
7
16 lllk Mar. 80
Feb. 27
18 107
Jan.
Jan.

2
9

12
29
12
13
2

Feb.

8
18
o

11*July

29

Jan.

28

51

July 24
88*4 July 12
70

n. y. stock

aug., 1935]
Sale sin

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Value

July 1

1933

to

Nfl,

!•

Bid

'

~102%"
92

94%

Camaguey Sugar Co—

52,000
28,000
988,000
200,000
90,000
85,000
17,000
36,000
129,000
110.000
129,000
45,000
573,000

♦1st 7s ctfs of

deposit.—-——1942
A——1962
4Hs.Sept 19 1454

Canada Sou con gu 5s ser

Canadian Nat guar

1957

Gold 4%•

July 1969
—Oct 1969
—.—.--1970

Guaranteed gold 5s

Guaranteed g 5s—
Guaranteed g 5a
Guar gold

—June 15 1955

4H*

Guar g 4%i„——_
Guar g 4Hs

166,000
229,000
480,000

23,666

J

A

O

117

F

A

116%

J

D

P

A

111%
105%
123%

M S

D

J

J

J

D

I

5s.....1946
1947
1946
Cent Hud GAB 1st 5s
Jan 1957
Cent IU Elec Be Gas 1st 5s
1951
Cent N & 1st guar 4s.........—1961
Central of N J gen g 5s.........1987
General 4s
....1987
Cent Pac 1st ref gu g 4a
1949

F

Guar 5s

M

Sale

108% July
Sale
109% July
July
75% 72

A

F

A

86

1p

8
J

R Be A Di* 1st con g 4s

2"l4",666

General

O

1

B......—1977
1st Be ft 5s series A..........1971
♦{Chic Be B 111 1st cons g 6s
1934
{♦Chic Be B 111 Ry (new co) g 6s ..1951

I

•

;V/-:

{♦Chic Mil A St P gen g 4s ser A.1989
♦Gen g 3%s series B
10,000
May 1 1989
♦Gen AH* «eries C
333,000
May 1 1989
♦Gen g 4H* series B....May 1 1989
174,000
♦Gen AH* series F—
56,000
May 1 1989

♦{♦Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped
1927
10,000
Aug 1 1932 25% part paid
54,000 •{♦Chic R I A Pacific gen g 4a.. 1988
♦Certificates of deposit
7,000
120,000
♦♦Refunding gold 4s.—— 1934
♦Certificates of deposit.—..
90,000
166,000 ♦♦Sec. gold AH* series A....... 1952
♦Certificates of deposit.....
53,000
1969
♦Convertible gold 4%«
178,000
1951
39,000 Chic S L A N O gold 5s
1951

June 15
Memphis DI* 1st 4s........... 195»
Gold 3H*

"2,666

112% Sale

A

F

A

A

O

MN

J
J
J
N
J

43%
105%
109%
107%
106%
110%
76%

116

-----

11s8

25

Sale

15%
15%

23%

26

117

2

12
31
25
31
31
10

27

106
16 108%

8

1 112% July

2

13
4 ;

5%

18

13

Sale
44%

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

54%

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
42

Sale

Sale

45%
52

45

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

80

Sale

39%
39

D

July

Sale

Sale"

13% Sale
13
12%
14
12%
12
12%
6
6%

July
July

9
23

Jan.

14

Jan.

8
5

Jan.

8

17
19
28
29
3

3
8

27
27
13
23

17
4

20

46%
106%
109%
108%
108

13

i,

—

12
13
12

Sale
Sale

Feb.

1

June 29

July 12
July 31
Jan.

29

July 31
July 31
Mar.
Jan.

July

9
7

8
5
4

8

5

16 112% Apr. 30
June 24
8 108

106

Mar.

8
4

109^

May

3

110

Apr. 26

5

106% 105

Jan.

Mar. 1
114% Mar. 4
Apr. 10
109

Ifg

June 21

11

June

19

117

Feb.

20

106% July 24
35% Jan. 22
Jan.
7
34

May
Apr.

Mar. 15 .21% Feb. 25
Jan.
3
June 28 22
Jan.
4
21
Apr.

27

July

23

June
Mar.
Mar.

8%
8%
92%
111%
58%

Jan.
Jan.
Fen.
June

4
23
25

14

Jan.

8

Jan.

30

July

10

Mar.

55

57% July
57% July
58
July
14% July
4% July
42
July
46% July
44% July
51% July
53% July

8

Mar.

62% Jan.

9

62% Jan.
64% Jan.
Jan.
26

7% Jan.

7
23
7
8

45

July'

2

Max.

2

Mar.

6

Mar.

9

Mar.

17

Mar.

Jan.

3

18

Mar.

53

Jan.

23

Mar.

53

Jan.

8
7

5

Mar.

57% Jan.

3

9

Mar.

Jan.

Apr.

May 11

"3

9

21

July
July
July
11% July

17

Mar.

31

Jan.

7
8

21

18

Mar.

4

18

Mar.

28
28

Jan.

21

Jan.

4

Apr.

22% Jan.

7

29

14

July

13

July

2
10

56%

39

July
July
July
July
July

Mar.

6

70

Jan.

78

Mar.

45% Jan.

2

Apr.

43

Jan.

28
25

Mar.

17

Jan.

7

Mar.

16
18
16

Feb.
Jan.

10

Jan.

1
7
7
21

105% July

2

Mar.
Mar.

July

2

Mar.

105% July

2

May

6

June 21

Feb.

2

14% July 31
13% July 11

Jan.

June

July
67% July
49% July

16
25

89

June 29

88

June 27

July

10

June

75% July
58
July

17
13

Mar.

87

Sale
Sale

107% July

26 109% July

July

Sale

106% July

12 108% July
2 107% July

Sale
Sale

67

Sale

94%

Sale
35%

85

108

106% 106
Sale
108%
98 '
98% Sale
105
106% Sale
106% 106
105%
65
66% Sale
94
95% Sale
109

166% Sale"

July

July
July
" "
July
July
July
July

26

22 106

19 109%
30 100%
30 106%
2 107
9

68

96%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

103

103%

Cln Ind St L A C 1st 4a...Aug 3 1936 Q P
.l««2 MN
1,000 Cm Leb A N 1st con gu g 4s
J
5,000 Cln Union Term 1st AHA •«' A—2920 J
J
1st mtge 5s series B_—........2020 I
47,000
1st mtge g 5s series C guar..—1957 MN
27,000
J
Clearfield Bit Coal 1st 4a
...1940 J
J
Clearfield A Mahon 1st gtd g 5a..1943 I

102

103% 102

103

103

Sale

104

111% 109]
112% 112]
113
Sale
71

102% July 31 107% July
9 103
July
103
July

103% July 23 103%
109% July 10 111
6 112%
112
July
July 19 114%
113% 113

110
Sale

Mar.

106% May
106% Mar.
106% June
106

July
July
July

July

17
13

109% Feb. 23
Mar. 25

Mar. 18

Jan.

108%
106
109%
100%

Jan.

107

June 26

Mar.

107% June 25
68
May 13
96% July 30

108% July
92
102
103

July

Si* July
110%

July

Mar.

79

Jan.

37

35

102%

J

78

50%

Jan.

"53% July' "2

Sale
107%
108
108% 111
106% 107% 107%
106%

70%

2

Feb. 20

-

109%

100

2

18

Feb.

Jan.

9

Sale

114%

67%
108%
98%
103%
101%
90%
65%
121%
86%
104%
106%
108%

July

Apr.

'30

84
Sale

112

12

97

10
11

Mar.

6% July
July

7

Sale

111

28

May
May
May

92% July

88%
Sale

O

Feb.

Jan.

Jan.

30

21

51

106%
106%

15
25

110% Mar.

Feb.
8 105
5 102% Jan.

Apr.

July
July

21

79

J

June 19

12 111% July
2 112
July

Mar.

69%

)

June 18

Jan.

July
July

114

D

D

19

2 113% June
2 120% Mar.

105%

July
July
July
July

D

8

liH

77% July
July
37% July

July
July
35% July
12% July
76
37

Sale

105% 106
88

29

26

10

110%
114%

~

July "36
July
1
July
9
July
5
July
1

21

Sale

76

D

17

Jan.

18

02
Mar. 28
01% Jan. 12

11% July
10% July
13 116% July

_

Sale

Sale

37

i

QQ

Jan.

29

105%

46% July 15
43% July 16
51
July 12
50
July 13
52% July 15
11% July 20
4
July
*
39
July
44
July 10
44
July 13
July 31
49% July 31

49%

37

MN

17

liiH
78

12 109% Mar. 18
Jan.
3
47

Jan.

J

J

8 111% July

4% July
8
4% July 15
91% July 24

48%

A

MS

3

3

29

2 118% July 19
31 111% July 10 108
July 11 108%
30 112

26

P

.1937 J

June

63% Mar. 13
02% July 10

24

5%
Sale

J

AO

116

15

Sale

J D
MN

J

27% Apr.
07% June
39
May
13
Apr.
7
Mar.
6% Apr.
17% June
19
June
15
Feb.
20
Feb.
05% July
71% Jan.
50
Mar.
01
Mar.
87% July
97% Mar.
97% Mar.
69% Apr.
52
Apr.
14
Feb.

1 106% July
106% 105% July
July
Sale
23% July 22 26

18

Sale




July
110% July
110% July
117

3

105

18
19

106

For footnotes, oee page 33.

112% July

6 115% Jan.
1 114% Jan.
26 107% Jan.

Mar.

__

117

24%

J D

Cin Gas A Elec 1st mtge g 4s A.. .1968 A

.

July

Sale
43% July
104% 104% July
109% Sale
108% July
July
107% Sale 107
107% Sale 106% July
Sale
111
110% July
80
76%
11% Sale ~io% Jxiiy'"23
10%
9% July 23

106% Sale

MN
MN
M 8
J D

Guaranteed gold 5s..........
1944
Guaranteed 4s—
—...

3d g AH*

75

1s8

Sale
10% Sale

MN
MN

1944

Cln Ham A Day

6

62%

3
2

108

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

11

A O
MN
MN

J
23,000
1963
J
1st mtfle 4s series D_.—
91,000
J
466,000 Chic A West Ind Consol 59-yr 4s. 1952
.1962 M S
1st A ref 5 His series A....
201,000
.1962 M S
5 4s series C
42,000
——————.
440,000 Childs Co deb 5s............... ,1943 A O
J
.1947 J
413,000 Chill Copper deb g 5s
1952 M N
{♦Choc Okl A Gulf consol 5a

5,000

2

121%
86%
102%

111% 112% 110% July
107%

J 3
J D
J 3

48,000 Chic Un Station 1st gu 4Ms A.. 1963
1st 5s series B................ 1963
33,000

63,056

18
3

107

108

P

180,000 Chic T H A S'east 1st A ref 5s... 194V J
M
Income guar 5s........Dec 1 1941
313,000

47,000

July

62

103% 102% July
Sale
103% July
Sale
106% July

Sale
117% 118
Sale 110% Sale
Sale 110% Sale

J J
J
J
J J
astgeSs ser A1975 P A

1,530,000 {♦Chic Mil St PA Pec
♦Con* adj 5s............ Jan 1 2960
1,402,000
59,000 Chic A No West gen BH*
1*87
104,000
General 4s...........—.-----1987
5,000
Stpd non peyt Fed Inc tes-1987
71,000
Stpd gen 4M>s non-pay inc tax. 1987
Gen 5s stpd non pay Inc tax..1987
132,000
General AH* stamped..
...1987
9l",660 15-year secured 6Hs—Mar I 1936
1st A ref g 5s
113,000
May 3937
1st A ref AH* stamped—May 1937
269,000
1st A ref 4 Ms ser G
141,000
...May 2937
♦Con* AH* series A
724,000
.—.1949

Sale

1

103%
91%
103%
101%
90%

118% July

110%
107%

3

J
J
♦Refunding 4s series C—......1947 J
♦1st Be general 5s series A
1966 M
♦1st Be gen 6s series B... May 1966 3

294", 666

10
5

105%
97
59

3

102%

3

34,000 {♦Chic Indianap Be Louis* rf g 6s1947
10,000
♦Refunding gold 5s ser B.—.1947

22,000
51,000 Chic Indiana Be Sou 56-yr 4s —1956
Chic L S Be East 1st 4 H*
1969

26

16

Jan.

107% Feb. 27
71
May 16

July 16
21% July 31
11% July 31
11% July 31

25

Feb.

103% Jan. 21

109% Feb.
2
104% July
Feb. 25
Jan. .18 125
June 22
89
1
81% Apr.
2 104% June 24
99% Jan.
2
July 10
109% Jan.
101% Mar. 30 107% July 22
3 103% July 20
95% Apr.
Mar.
1
40
Feb. 21 45
5 109
May
2
106
Jan.

47

9

103

119

74% July

3

July
1
105% May 16

5 120% Jan.
6 119% Jan.
3 117% Jan.

Apr.

109

J

14,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........
11,000 Chic Be Erie 1st gold 5s
—1983 MN
J
J
95,000 Chic Gas L Be C 1st gu g 5s. ....1937
452,000 {♦Chic Gt Western 1st 5f-yr 4s—1959 M S
♦Stamped....................

57,666

July
18% July
9% July
9
July

44

107

J

J

69
Sale

Sale

110%
111%

J

4s...................1958 M 8

1st Be ft AH* series

113

31 109
July
12 110% July
22

109

7 118

Mar.

115% Mar.

23
25

117

8

A

2d con gold 4s
.....
.1989
II 8
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 6s .1941
4 O
173,000 Chic Be Alt RR ref g 3s
1949
i
J
198,000 Chic Burl Be Q 111 Die BH*
>949
J
225,000
Illinois Division 4s
..1949 J

317,000
152,000
140.000

115

i*

112%

MN
M

70

118% Sale
86
75% Sale
102% 103% 102
105%
103% Sale
107% Sale 108

MN
M

Sale

62

M N

1946
1989

1

104% 105% 105% July
Sale
95
94
July
Sale
53
51
July
Sale
102
101
July
87% July
88% Sale
101% Sale
101% July
102%
101% July
90% Sale" 85% July

102%
100%

O

J

11,000

"9%

103%

May 1949

Potts Creek Br 1st 4s

2

2
5
22
22

112% Mar.

50

56

Charles Be Savannah 1st g 7e
1936
MN
Ches Corp con* col tr g 5s May 15 1947
J D
10 year con* coll 5s.........—1944

Craig Valley 1st g 5s

15
9

2 103%

50

18%
105%
94%

A

•

July

105%

3

105% July
101
July

55

8

P

A—1948

2

27 112

Sale

Sale
Sale

I

Certain-teed Prod sfgSHi

29

111% July

Sale

15%

1966

—

3

102% July

Sale

Through St L 1st gu g 4s.....1954

75,000 Ches Be Ohio 1st cons g 5s
1939
139,000
General gold 4Hs
...
1992
111,000
Ref Be imp AH* ser A
......1993
164,000
Ref Be impt 4H< series B
1995

:,

3

MN

Cen RR Be Bkg of Ga col tr g 5s.1937
Central Steel 1st sink fund 8s—1941

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

103%
110%
114%
117%
117%
114%
112%

5

A

♦Mobile DI* 1st a 5s

'-'y.

124%
88%
103%
112%
107%

1

107% Jan.
103% Jan.
101
July
101
July

May 97
2% Feb. 11 15
July 12
106% Apr. 10 112
102% June 13 104% Jan. 18
3
108% Mar. 7 113% Jan.

11% July

8 112

Sale
Sale

♦Macon 9c Nor Di* 1st g

t

13

28% July 20 31% July
1 108% July
109% 107% July

♦Middle Ga 9t Ati Di* pur m 5s.

26,000
499,000
85,000
227,000
92,000
438,000
6,000
526,000
7,000
11,000
645,000
1,000
581,000
298,000

July

116% 116% July
Sale
114
July
112% 111% July
Sale
110% July
Sale
104% July
124
123% July
Sale
86% July

D

1945
1945
1959
1959
1951

9% July

26

D

1948

7,000 {♦Cent of Ga Ry 1st g 5s..-Nor.
75,000
♦Consol gold 5s
39,000
♦Ref Be gen 5Hs series B
127,000
♦Ref 9c gen 6s series C
♦Chat Di* pur money g 4s

101

1
8

July
9 109
July
3 105
22 101% July
22 101% July

Sale

20,000 Central Dlst Tel 1st 39-year 5s... 1943 J

39,000 ♦Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s

July
July

101

July

108% 109
109%
lhl*
77
73%

D

28,000
1st 9c con g 6s series A.Dec 15 1952
23,000 Carthage Ac Adlr 1st gu g 4s
1981

104% July

July

Sale

41

D

1936

July

108

116

101%

J

Sale Prices

114

106

J

Sale Prices

102% July
109% July

Sale
Sale

112

D

Sale Prices

Sale

Sale
Sale

103

J

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale'

88" '

J

M S

Lowest

Sale

114% 114%
111% 112%

....1954
Collateral trust AH*
.—I960
{♦Carolina Central 1st gu g 4s.. 1949
Caro Clinch Be Ohio 1st »•

Sale
Sale

J

1944

5s equip trust ctfs
Collateral trust g 5s

102%
110% Sale
114% Sale

S

J

Highest

111

M

J

10
Sale

J

1946

Collateral trust gold AH*

109
Sale
101%
101%

Sale

J

1949

Ask

8%

11% Sale

AH*——.1946
stock

25-year deb s f guar
Canadian Pac 4% deb

110.000

101%

llos

AO

——1956
.... ..1951

Canadian No deb s f 7s

108%
104 %
101 %

85

Ask Bid
Sale 108%
104%
Sale
101% 100%
Sale 100%

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

July 31

July 1

July 31 1935
9
MN
9,000 Cal Gas & El Corp unlf A ft 5s. _ 1937
J
J
49,000 Calif Packing conr deb 5s——-.1940
P A
1939
8,000 Calif Pet con* deb s f g 5s
MN
Con* deb s f g 5 %a
——1938
42,000

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

l!

bonds

July

25

exchange-bonds

Mar

102% July
102% May

M
103

101% Mar. 16 103
100% Jan. 15 103%
109
Jan. 17 111%
110
Jan. 31 113
111% Jan. 15 114%
69% Mar. 28 69%

July 22
July 22
July
1

Feb.

23

July
Apr.

11
2

Feb. 18
July 23
June 25
Mar. 12
June 19
Mar. 28

N. Y
Sales in

BONDS

July
N. Y.

Value

if

STOCK EXCHANGE

EXCHANGE—BONDS

STOCK

nil

RANOE

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
1933

SINCE JAN.\ 1

July 1

to

Lowest

July 31

July 1

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

July 31 1935
*

129,000 C C C A St L gen g 4a
Generel 5s series B
2,000
Ref A Imp 6a aerlea C
1,000
Ref A Imp 5a aerlea D
118,000
Ref A Impt 4 %a series B
530,000
Cairo Div lat gold 4a
36,000
Gin W A M Dlv lat g 4a
24,000
St Louis Dlv lat coll trust g 4a.
5,000
Spring A Col Dlv lat g 4s

1993

97 %

1993

111

Serlea A gu 4)ls
Serlea C gu 3%a

21,000
237,000
473,000
901,000
2,000
68,000
50,000
497,000
123,000
41,000
467,000
102,000
822,000
2,000
56,000
34,000

78% Sale

79

1977
1939
1991
1994 MN
1944 M S
J
1940 J

68

71% Sale

104%
91 %

96

J

105%

III"

O

109 %

O
J

A

104

-----

104

104%
106
106
.....

103%
99%
90%

Debenture 5a

Apr 15

F

A

F

A

A

O

J

J

I

J

J
2,000
A
263,000
Deb gold 4Ha
311,000
.1951 J D
Debenture go'd 5a............1957 J
J
150,000
J
28,000 Consolidated Ry non-conv deb 4a 1954 J
Debenture 4a..
J
...JAJ 1955 J
9,000
Debenture 4a.
A AO 1955 A O
3,000
Debenture 4a
J
1956 J
3,000
1,020,000 {♦Consolidation Coal Md 40-yr 5a 1950 J D
♦Certificates of deposit
599,000
27,000 Conaum Gaa Chic lat guar g 5a
1936 JD
71,000 Consumers Power lat lieu 5a C..1952 MN
51,000 Container Corp of Am lei'g 6a 1946 J D
Deb gold 5a with warr
225,000
1943 J D
62,000 Copenhagen Telep cxtl s f g 5s.. 1954 F A
D
31,000 Crown Cork A Seal a f 6s
1947 J
J
35,000 Crown Willamette Pap 1st a f g 6s 1951 I
9,000 Crown Zellerbacb deb 6a w w
1940 M 8
JU
100,000 Cuba Northern Rya 1st 6 Ha
1942
J
65,000 Cuba RR lat 50-yr g 5a..........1952
1st A refund 7Ha serlesA
D
109,000
1936
1st lien A ref 6s series B.......1936
10,000
46,000 Gumb T A T 1st A gen 5a....,
1937

457,000 Del & Hud lat A ref 4s
1943 U
20,000
1935 A
Gold 5Ha
145,000
..1937 5ft
2,000 Delaware Pr A Lt 1st M 4H8.....197I J
lat ft ref 4%a
7,000
196P ■*
lat mtge gold 4Hs
5,000
1969 >
Del Riv RR A Bdge lat
g 4a.....1936 F
Denver Gaa A Bi

lat A ref 5s.... 1951

Sale

Sale

94

Sale

93%

Sale

QQ

110% 109%
Sale

107

Sale

111%

109% 112
111% Sale
102%
107%
107%
30

i8Sg
105%
22%
22%
21%

W*

33

33%
104%
106%
102%
96

35
Sale

Sale

1
19
15

112

111

.....

30

Sale

July 24 112
8 112
July
102% July 30 103%
107% July
3 107%
107% July
3 108%
30

105% Sale
106% Sale
105% Sale

96% Sale
105% 106
104% Sale
100% 101

Sale
Sale

101

Sale

48

Sale

48

40%

Sale

42% Sale

Sale

96

105%
104
101

47%

46

42
42
Sale
Sale
40%
40
39
Sale
41%
106% 106% 106% 106% 106%

Sale

104

105"

8 106% July
8 103% July
31 100
July

112

111% Sale
101% 103
108%
107%

106

79

Sale

76
100

105%

99% 101
96% Sale
94%
107%
107%
103% l04% 103%
105
112% 104%

103

109

Sale

109%
112% Sale
110%

MH

"35"

1995

♦Second gold 4s

1995

D

Sale

7,000 Detroit River Tunnel lat gu4%«.196l
3,000 Donner Steel lat ref 7a aer AA...1942

M N

Sale

J

103

1941

J

O

114,000 Dul So Shore A Atlantic g 5s
1937
251,000 Duqueane Light 1st mtge g 4 %* A1967
1st M g 4%a series B-.
51,000
...1957

o

28", 660

Dul Misaabe A Nor
gen 5s
Dul & Iron Range 1st 5a

124,000 "Eaatern Cuba Sugar

J

8
Vf

s

8 f 7%« 1937.
Eastern Ry Ml No Dlv 1st a 4a.
..'*48 A O
Ik Ga l«r g 5a
l9Sh MN

59, 000 Kamera Tena Va
9, 000 2d El III Bkn 1st

.

con

..1939 J

4 4a

Ed El III N Y lat coo*
4 5a.. „■
1995 J
♦Elec Pow Corp
(Germany) 4 Via. 1950 M
♦lat sinking fund
000
6%a.__.__ .1953 A

24" 000

J
J
B

O
12,
12, 000 Elgin Jok 5c Eaat lat g 5a
1941 M N
89, 000 EI Paao 5c S W 1st & ref 5a
1965 AO
3, 000 Erie ft Plttab gen gu g 3 H* set B 1940 J

Series C 3H«
1. 000
269 000 Erie RR lat con 3c prior lien 4a

450 000

1940 J

20

79%
29 100%
5
97%
8 107%

.1996 J

74 000
3 000

Gen

538 ,000

1,226 ,000
22 ,000
36 ,000

..

1953

.

Series B

A

1953 A

conr 4a Serlea D
1953
Ref 3c Impt gold 5» aer 1927
...1967
Ref 8c Imp 5a ser 1930
...1975
Erie ft Jersey lat a f 6a
1955

M

N

A

O

J

J
J

1947 M N

3d mtge 4 Hi a
1938 M
Erneato Breda Co 1st
mtge 7a....1954 P

S
A

10,000 Federal Lt 3c Tr lat a f 5a
1942 M 8
5s International series
6,000
1942 M 8
First Hen s f 5a stamped
20,000
1942 M S
lat lien a f 6a
36,000
stamped...
1942 M B
30-year deb 6a aerlea B..
9,000
D
1954 J
10,000 Flat deh a f 7a_.......
J
1946 I
5,000 {♦Fla Gent & Peninsular 5s"I"l94? J
J
15,000 {♦Pla East Coaat lat 436a......_195< I D
♦ lat
3c ref 5a aer A
113,000
VI S
-.__.Il97
♦Certlflcatea of depoalt
50,000
II...
....

For footnotes




see

page 33.

.

108%
127%
37%
37%
108%
98%
104

74

A

ps7 J

.

Genesee R|» RR iat a f
(a
N Y & Erie RR ext lat
4a

106

71%
65%
64%

21

Mar.

Mar.

Mar.
Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

8

25

8
8
5
13

24
16

6

41%
24 106%
3 108%
2 106%

Feb.

24
20
16
3

24
10

Apr. 23
June 28

July

17

22

35% Jan.

18

27
19

tt*

Feb.

19

20

25

5
2

It"

July 23
July 31
May 10
9
May

4 105% Mar.
6
29 109% Mar. 22

3 104
2
95%
12 100
20 107
2 105
2 102
2

18
2

30

Apr. 27
May 13
Feb. 27
Feb.
2
June 18

May 27

54% May 27
44% May 17

\%y<

May 20
May 14

3 107% Feb.

14

"3 107% July'

102% Jan.

2 107

26
10
20

23

74% Mar. 29
100

July

1

30% July
29% July
10% July

9

103
23

10

25

20

9

2

21

"15% July" ~1

July
July

5

3

17
5

25

Jan.

6% Mar. 29
o y± May 11
5% may 11
11% Apr.
4

67

July

105% Apr.

1

106
108
106
108
26
26

16
2

25

July"

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.

Apr.
Apr.

Jan.

3
4

107% July
107% Apr.

Mar. 30
Mar. 21

1

31

17 101

Jan.

2% Feb.

94% Jan.

6

25
8

23
1

39% Jan.

10

39% Jan.

11

12

Jan.

2

H

Jan.

4

21

Jan.

2

3
72

May 20
June 28

109% Jan.

19

27 110

Feb. 27
8 110% Mar.
7
3 113% June 18
4 111% Feb. 28
11
30
May 10

110% July
102% July

23

26

Apr. 23
15% July
1

12

Jan.

2

2 111% July

105

Jan.

103% July

102

Jan.

4 111% July 13
3 104
Mar. 28

107

liiff

103% 102% 103
108% 108

17%

108% July
58
July
105
July
111
July

107%
31%
104%
110%

June 20
May 25 108
3 108% July 25
Jan.
Mar. 18
58
July 10

12%

Sale

July
July
July
July

12% July

102

Sale

103% Sale
102% July
108% 108% 108% July

38%

^Z*
36

39
Sale

108

99

Sale

100

37

78

Sale
Sale

75% Sale
75%
67% Sale

Sale

July
July
July
100% July
77
July
106

105%
76% Sale

75
76

37% July
108
July
99
106

106

105%
105%
Sale" 100%

"36" July'

Sale

73" July"
72%
74%
60%
59%
117%

67% Sale
117% 117% Sale
116% Sale
116
108%
109%
103%
104%
81%
76%
117

116

-

.....

18

Jan.

73% Jan.
65% Feb.
94% July
July
94
July
110% June
107% July
112% May

89% Mar. 14 102% Jan. 12
8
106% Jan. 28 107% July
102
Jan.
3 105
5
July
104% Apr. 27 112% June 27

30

101%
79
78%
105% 106
74% Sale

gen lleo 4a.........1996 J
Penn coll truat g 4a
.1951 F
Con» g 4* Ser A

17%
104%

June 24

July

5
July
9
July
July 17
8
July
23 105
5
July
15 105% July 26

3

108% 108
53
Sale
49% Sale
49%
105
Sale
104% Sale
104%
111
111% 110% 110% 110%

105

tat conaol

88" 000

108

67
90
34

| ?*

3
5
July
July
67
July 25 67
July
l57
107% Sale
1 108
July
July
106% 108% July 24 109
July
Iio% Sale 110
9 110% July
July
112% Sale
111% July 27 113
July
109% 109% 109% July
8 110% July
30
35
30
July 25 30
July

rfH

Jan.
Jan.

May
July
July

'88

15%

107%

1937

2%

Jan.

.

,

65

Mar.

.

July
July
July
July
July
July

23

July
94
July
106% July

112
July 24 105% Mar.
July
3 110% Jan.
112% Mar.
July
Jan. 15 103% July
July 16 100
3 106% Jan.
9 107% July
July
Jan. 14 108% July
July 24 106

103

2%
63%
107% Sale

Mar,

23

June
30
July 31 31
July 16
8 106
July
July 15 104% May
Jan.
July 30 108% July
1
99
July 31 106% July 17 102% Jan.
2
25
19
July
May
July 19
25
20
July
1
May
July 23
July 19 24
July 23
23% July
22
June
July 15 25
July 31
2
Jan.
29
July
39% July 18
39
3
Jan.
29
July
July 18
Jan.
July 25 105
3 103
July
July 29 106% July
1 104% July
Jan.
July 23 104
July 10
S2*
5
Jan.
July
83
92% July 27
1 100
93
July
July 25
Apr.
July 16 106% July 27 104% Apr.
1 104% July
July
9
Jan.
1
July
Jan.
July 26
49
1
37
Jan.
July
July 24
July 18 42% July 31
29
Jan.
28
July 12
July 24
Apr.
July 16
July 22
23% Jan.
July
106% July
6 106% July

106% 107% 106% l07"" 106% July"
106% Sale
106% 107
106% July
28
Sale
27
29%
30%
July
28
28
49
z29% July
9
8
8% Sale
"16%
July
8
7
9
7% Sale
July
16
16
19% Sale
17%
July

♦1st 4s assented

"3",000

June 24

104

,84*
107

......

104

100

88

N
J
J
J
A

73,000 Detroit Edison Go 5s Serlea A.
1949
Gen 3c ref 5a aerlea B
92,000
...1955
Gen & ref 5a aer G
16,000
...1962
Gen 3c ref 4H« serlea D._ ......1961
119,000
Gen 3c ref 5a series B
37,000
1952
16,000 ♦Detroit 4c Mack tat lien g 4a
1995

July

Apr.
Apr.

8*

78% Sale
100% 101

Stamped a* to Pa tax.
8,000
135,000 ♦Den 3c Rio Gr lstconag4i..
1936 I
♦Conaol gold 436a...
27,000
1934 3
J
31,000 ♦Denv 3c R Gr West gen 5a Aug 1955 F A
♦Assented (subject to plan)..... -—
77,000
♦ Ref &
Imp mtge 5s aer 8..
278,000
...1973 A O
{♦Dea Moines 3t Ft D iat gu g 4a..1935
Certificates of depoalt
5,000
:
1,000 Dea Plainea Val lat guar4Ha
1947

106%

1

98% July
1
Sale
1
94
90% July
July 19
106% July 15 106% July 15
66
July 29
3
66% July
Sale
90
1
83% July
July 18
24
Sale
1
July
28% July 23
Sale
51% July 25 60% July
3
1
52% July 24 60% July
53%
88
Sale
July 19 94% July
8
89
Sale
July 23
8
94% July
Sale
87% July 23 94
5
July
110% 109% July 11 109% July 11
1 107% July 24
107% 106% July
Sale
111% July 31 112
1
July

105% July
102% July

105%
106%
Sale
105%
25
Sale
25
22%
Sale
25
Sale
22%
25
29
23%
Sale
22%
29%
Sale
Sale
30%
Sale
Sale
31%
105
104% 104% 104%
Sale
104% 105% 104%
Sale
103
103% 102%
Sale
92% Sale
89%
Sale

N
O

M N
M N

__

59

27%
54%
53%

.....

Works of Upper
Wuerttemberg 1st 7s
....1956 J
Conaol Gaa (N Y) dab 5 Ha
1945 P

95% Mar. 1 '95% Mar.""I
103% Apr. 15 105% Jan. 15

26

105% May 21 105% May 21

Sale

90

.....

♦Consol Hydro-EIec

26 105% July

105% July

Feb. 26

May 13

105"" May"29 105" May"29

Q9

Sale

63%
60%
90%
90%
89%
109%
106%
111%

.....

98% Sale

Sale

66%

Debenture 5a
...Jan 15 1961
Col A Hock Valley lat ext g 4a
1948 A O
Columbua Ry P A L lat 4 Ha
J
1957 J
Secured conv g 5%a
1942 A O

96

Feb. 13
Jan.
8
Jan.
8
July 15

107% Mar. 19 111% May 29

Sale

1952 UN
1952 A O

"92%

Jan. 25
June 21

109%
104%
104%
106%
106%
106%

Sale

1980

Columbia Gas A Elec deb 5e

100%
109%

106%

A. 1980 M N

sei

91%
93%
103%

103

Sale

105

1938

4

106

66%
105%
90%
92%

Apr.
1 101
May 22 112
May 28 101%
60
Apr.
4
85%
50
Mar. 29 77%
103% Feb.
5 106%
87% Mar. 26 93
88
Mar. 18
96

104

.....

108%

105

1945

w<
76

Sale

89
108
93

97% July
3
10 111
July
98% July
79
July 31
71% July 31
106% July 15
91% July
"
94
July 15

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

98%

{♦Colo Fuel A Iron Co gen a f 5sl943
♦{♦Colo Indua lat coll tr 5a gu .1934
♦Assented

91%
-

Clev Union Term lat gu 5%a A..1972
lat a f g 5s series B guar
1973
1st s f 4%s series C...
.....1977

Colorado & Southern 4Hs

.....

91

103%

Serlea D gu 3 >6 8
...1950 F
General 4 %a aerlea A
-.1977
Gen & ref. mtge 4%a aeries B..1981
Clev Short Line lat gu 4Ha.
.1981

1,000 Col A Tol lat ext 4a
1955
169,000 Comm'l In* Truat conv deb5Ha.l949
5,000 Conn A Paaaum Rlva iat g 4a
1943
1,000 Conn Ry A Lt lat g 4Ha
1951
Stamped guar 4Ha
4,000
.Ml

18,666

70

Sale Prices
97
July
1
110

112
103

1963

1948 MN

Goal Riv Ry 1st gu 4s
♦Colon OH conv deb 6a..

"99""

98 % 101

1942 J
:

97% Sale

Sale
113H

1941

W W Val Dlv lat g 4a
Clev A Mahon Valley g 5a
1938 J
Clev A Pitts gen gu 4%s aer B..1942 A
Serlea B gu 3Ha
1942 A

1,000

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

July
July
July
July
July
July

18

17% July
106

July
July

108

3
2

5

July "3
38
8
July
1
108% July
101
July 30
106
July 10
106
July 11
102
July 22
79
5
July
38

-

76% July'
75% July
74% July
68
July
67% July
117% July
117
July

7%
101%
102%
106%
123%

July
July

25 110

Jan.

Jan.

30
21
May 27
3 102% June 12
24 111% Jan. 24
19 108% July
5

Jan.

18 128

Apr.
July

36

Jan.

1

8

June

13

July

101

Mar.

8 113% Mar.

31
41% Feb. 19
Feb. 15
36% Mar. 8 40
104% Jan. 14 108% June 14
Feb.
92
8 101
July 30
5 106% June 13
1011 Jan.
Jan.

5 106% June
2 102
Mar.

70
104

Apr.

3

Jan.

25 105% May 24

31

65

78

Jan.

65

Apr.
Apr.

10

31

18

78

Jan.

5

1

68

June

13
52% Mar. 30
Mar. 28
52

76

Jan.

31
8
8

31
31

16
8

97%

114% Jan.
112% Jan.
105

Feb.

75

Jan.

81

Jan.

83

Jan.

79%
80%
63%
82%
43%
50%
6%
5%

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Apr,
Feb.
May
Mar.
Mar.

80

8
2

June 22

7

74% Jan.
74% Jan.
15 117% July 16
5 117
July
8
26 109% June 17

_____

—

-

94
95%
94
93%
94%
95%
98
98% 101
85
88% 91%
90%
94
45%
45%
51
56%
59%
8
7% Sale
7
6%
7%
93%
93 %
93%

----

_____

96

93% July
93% July

Sale

94

Sale

98

94

91

82%
58%
Sale
Sale

84

45%
57%
7%
6%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

95%
96%
101
94

90%
z46%
59%
8%

7%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

7

83

June

13

96% June 19
95% July 15
96% July 20
101
July 31
94
July 20
97

Mar.

47

Apr.

16

67

Jan.

14

12% Jan.

7
4

12

Jan.

5

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Aug., 1935]

st)
Sales in

n. y.

Value

to

stock exchange

July 31 1935

Ask Bid

Bid

♦{♦Fonda Johns & Glov ref 4%a.l952
mn
Proof of claim filed by owner
♦♦(Amended) lat con«2-4«...—1982
mn
Proof of claim filed by owner
♦Certificates of deposit
V~j
Fort St u d Co 1st g 4%«- - 1941
i
d
Ft Worth 8c Denver City 5%a ...1961
I
J
Framerlc Ind a Dev 20-yr 7 us . 1942 u v

6,000
8,000
3,000
19,000
26,000
34,000 {♦Francisco Sugar 20-year

7hs

1938
1943
1949
1934
a. 1952

Gas a Else (Bergen

~13~,6O6

Co) 5s..

•♦Gelsenklrchen Mining 6s

77,000 Gen Amer Investors deb 5s ser
146,000 General Cable 1st s f g 5%» a....1947
1942
2.000 General Elec deb g 314s
32,000 ♦General Elec (Germany) 7j.--.1945

♦Debenture 6%a
1940
11,000
♦5 f deb g 6s
...1948
67,000
19.vj
35,000 General Public Service deb
403,000 Gen Steel Castings 1st 5%a w W..1949
1,636,000 ♦{♦Gen Theatre* Equip deb 6s—1940
Certificates of deposit...—...—
872,000

104% Sale

i

117

1,025,000
450,000
69,000

18,000

;

,148,000
127,000

58",000
103,000

2,689,000
341,000
329,000
322,000
278,000
712,000

65%

vi

P
j

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47

j

d

a49

m n

47

I

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76

j" 3

11%
10%
12%

o

j
o

39

38%

J

d

95%
89

96%
104%
99%

1956

1936
..........-196*

14,000

iV.ood

St Lou div a

Omaha div 1st g 3s

Term g 3s

.

"9",000
2,000

Spring! Div 1st g 314*
Western Lines 1st g 4s

l a n o—
1st a ref 5s ser a.

Sale

Sale

104% Sale

Sale

Sale

93% Sale
86% Sale
86% Sale
41%
7% Sale

Sale

Joint

414* series c-.
/109,000 Illinois Steel deben 414«..
22,000 ♦Ilseder Steel Corp Bltge 6s

"9",000
"9",000
3,000
1,000
223,000
239,000

1,173,000
185,000

"64%
Sale

71%
69%

95%

50%
98%

Sale

u/ X4
107%
40%

j

44

j

34

37

a

37

j

o
n
n
j
i

m

31 105% July

5
2

7

107%
40%
37%

104

106

....

43
40

101%
101%

77

101%
101%
80%
75% 74%
78
75%

"67""

MN

87
89%
87%
94%
96%
97%
55
53% Sale
101%
102%
82
85%
92
91%
89%

j

65
75

.1951
1951
1951
1951

IV*
92

Sale

64

82%

81%

"86""

Sale

65

1963

Sale

107%
39

Sale
42

40

Jan.

90% Apr.

14% July
14% July

31
31

18

Feb.

8

24

Jan.

June

2

107%
92%
103%
82%

July

Jan.
44% Feb.

2
11
16

17 109% Jan.

3

o

9
7
9
97% Jan.
Mar. 29
36% Feb. 27
17
Mar. 13
Mar. 13 101
101
7 108% June 20
104% Feb.
30 106% Jan. 15
103% July
Jan. 22
105% July 27 107%
13

90

June

3
28

97

86% Jan.

78%

Jan.

1

82

Apr.

96
75
69
63

99% July
Mar. 30 105% July
July
Mar. 12 100
95% July
Mar. 13
3
89% July
Apr.

25
31

53% May
2
50
Apr. 16

72

"10

66% Jan.
5
49% June 20
90
Apr. 13

38% June 15
June

July
69% July

107% July
40% July
35% July
37
July

"50%

July
98% July

10
6

95% July

31

87%

slH

3

38

15

July

28

11

—

98% July

51

Sale

88

Sale

78

Sale

75

89

3

30

29

39% July

3

8

99% July

2

1

32

Sale

Sale

45

Sale

38

54

Sale

59%
75%

Sale

53

52

Sale

Sale

Sale

75% Sale
85%

m n

72

73

m n

81

82%

a

73

Sale

78%

69

Sale

69% Sale
81% Sale
73% Sale

Sale
Sale

99% July

17 104% July

10

20

Sale

Sale

Sale

103

Sale

103

103

Sale

103

102%

July
July
July
July

74% July
45% July
73
July
82% July
73
July
67% July
77% July
71% July
102% July
102% July
102
July

13

22
1

27

78

3
2

76

3

85

1

23
9

23

79%
70

81%
75

-

5 103%

3 103%

5 103%

19
31
24
25

31
29

2
5

92% Apr. 18

52% Mar. 30
1
49% Apr.

Feb.

20

3

July
87% Feb.

13

97% July
87
July

30
30

78% Jan.
73% Jan.

7
8

7 108% Apr. 29
37% July 29 43% Feb. 18
June 29
June 29 104
104
2
95% May 15 99% July
9 103% Jan. 15
Jan.
102
Feb. 28
16
7
July 26
Feb. 11 106% Jan. 26
104

106

Jan.

Mar.

7 106% July
6 107% July

19

65% May
63
July
95
May
94% May
82% July

11
6
13
28
31
31
13
6
12

91% Jan.
3 99% Feb.
97% Mar. 19 104% July

20
10

41

Jan.

11%
38%
37%
56%

Jan.
Jan.

26
4
20

Feb.

18

Jan.

9

61

May 14
July
9

Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

Jan.

3

Jan.

2

Jan.

2

23

Mar.

23

Mar.

70

6 106% July
15 93% May

July 16
Apr. 29
Apr. 30

Jan.

74% Jan.
68
May
50

Mar.

583
553

Mar.
Mar.

99

Jan.

99

19

Feb.

76

28% Mar.
46% June
58
Apr.
35% Apr.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

8

Feb.
June
97% July
85% Feb.

48

1

14

85

74

25% Mar.
4% Apr.

,

Jan.

63% Jan.
102% July

101

Apr.

July 31
7% July 31
July 31
32
July 31

35

32

94% Jan.

10
9

77

7% July 22
July 26
1
July
July 17 106
July 19 106% July 19 106
July 22 107% July 11 103%
6 103%
July 23 106 % July
8
81%
July 12 89% July
23
July
86%
July 16 88
50
1
65% July 31
July
2
63
48%
July 31
July
2
84
92% July 23
July
2
82
89
July
July 22
1
72
82% July 12
July
3

2
30

75% Jan.

80

30

8

Jan.

Apr.

67

1

25

Sale

Sale

19

86% Jan.

89% Mar.

26

65

27% July
5% July

Sale

32

IVi

79%
73%
102%
101%
101%

81

July
July

68

22

97%
98% 97% July
103% Sale 103% July

27
27

w*
46

Juner
67% Apr.
Apr.
59% Apr.
74% Apr.
90
Mar.
42% Mar.
98% Jan.

12 107% July

22

22

35
7

31%

11

June

71

89

Sale

Jan.

4 103% June 26
July
6
3 98
4
28 44% Jan.
3 119% July 29
5 90% Mar. 1
21 39% Feb. 16

83% Jan.

62% Sale
91% Sale

32

95

12 106%

70

Sale

Sale

Mar. 15

67

54

Sale

27
7

Feb.

15

July 30 111% Jan.
Apr. 22 106% May
July
Feb.
1 103
Apr.
99% Mar. 13 102

77

Sale

99

Feb.

42

16
28
8

99

Sale

10%

104

39

2 117%

July
72% July 16 76
76% July 15 78% July
July
70
July 15 70
74%
68% July
Sale
66
July 23
90
9
July
87%
86% July
95
94% July 24 97% July
8
55% July
Sale
50
July
5 102% July
102% 101% July
2
83% July
82% July
3
92% July
"92% 91% July
67%
July
75
July 22 76
75%
82%
10
97% July
100
97% July
87
3
July
July
89% 86

July
104% July
103
July

Sale

8|h

May 18
9% May 25

Mar*15

Mar. 14

16
23
26

107

103

51

31

Apr.
3
105% Jan. 18 108
38% Jan.
4 46% Mar. 12
24
34
June.27 49% Mar. 6
37% July 16

8 107% July
43
July
20

61
July
66
Sale
57% July
61
Sale
106% July
107% 108
38% 37% July

65

25
31
5
10

24

99

Sale

15

July
69% July
66% Jan.
50% July
98% July

103

Sale

8

5

89

19

72

5

10
22
9
22
1
6
2
July
2

90% July

3
62% Apr.
38% June 15
3% Jan. 11

7% July

2

64% July
60% July

13

July

June

90

"97"" July"

Mar. 26

107

Sale

J

46

Mar. 15 100% July
Mar.
Apr. 30 106

1

11

21

5

90% July
99% July
1 105% July
11 100
July
11
95% July
22
89% July
89
July
29

6% July

15

Jan.

June 22
36% May 27
35% Apr.
9

July
July

July
96% July
104% July
97
July
91% July
85
July
85
July
89

June

94

6% Mar. 20
6% Mar. 29

July
July
July
July
July

23

17

49% July

11 100

Mar. 27

54

June 29

49

3
2

Jan.

40

38% July

25

"95"" July

7
9%
106
105% 108% 105%
Sale
106%
106%
106%
Sale
104%
107
104% Sale
104%
105% Sale
105% Sale
Sale
88%
Sale
89
89
86%
87% Sale
88%

7%

f

6

40% Jan.

102

102%
96%
94

75
97

68

1963

68%

72%
76%

81

m

3 105

July
105% July

23 105% July
July
23 103

103%

71%

j

J

75
Apr. 27
May 23
6
95% May
3 106% Jan. 15
50
July 23
4

Mar. 12
Jan.

86

11

37% July

May 28

84

29 105% May 28
7
4 117% Mar.

30 110% July

104%

MN
j

9 106% June 25
23 110% Jan. 18
1 46% May 28

99

49% July
100
July
87% July
14% July
14% July

2

103

56%

July
July
July
3 105% July
50
July
30
49
July
30

67
27
3 104
93
6

"50% July"
Sale

109% 110% 107% Sale

o

M N
J

Jan.

115% Feb.

27

4

23

Mar. 14

76
27
19 101

Feb. 25
July
5
June
6

5

17
31

4

8

a

113,000 {♦Internat Gt Nor 1st 6s a—
1952
♦
\dj mtge 6s series a.July 1 1952
181,000
♦ 1st mtge gold 5s series b
1956
66,000
♦1st gold 5s series c
..1956
45,000
1944
905,000 Internat Hydro el deb 6s
1941
240,000 Int Merd Marine 1st s f 6s
205,000 Intern Paper conv 5s series a...1947
Refunding 6s series a..
—1955
367,000
21,000 Int Rya of Cent Amer 1st 5s b...1972
1st coll trust 6s gold notes
1941
15,000
First lien a ref 6 V4s
......1947
14,000
1952
608,000 Internat t a t deb g 4%a
Convertible debenture 4%a_._1939
902,000
Deb gold 5s
1955
1,299,000
36,000 Investors Equity 5s series a..... 1947
Deb 5a ser b with warrants
1948
18,000
Without warrants
1948
11,000




26
3
2
1

8%
112% Jan.
117% 116% July "2 117 V July
116% 117% 117
30
July
July
30
34%
July 16 30
35
29%
29%
13
Feb.
14
24
July
Sale
14
14
14
July
70
May
85
July
3
July
75
"89"" 81% 83% 82
104% Mar.
106% July 15 106% July
106%
106%
Jan.
102% 103% 103% July 23 el 03% July 13 101
103%
85
Jan.
98
2
July
July
96%
96% 96
96% Sale
35
Mar.
5
44% July
39% July
42% Sale
40% Sale
113% Jan.
118% July 31 119% July
118% Sale
118%
80
June
1
86% July
Sale
84% July
85%
84% Sale
25% May
30% July 17 34% July
33% Sale
32% Sale

j

a

a

For footnotes, see page 33.

5

July
July
July
July

5

♦Certificates of deposit—

.

75
Sale

38

m s

f

♦♦l0-year6% notes.......
1932
505,000
♦Certificates of deposit....
64,000
♦♦l0-year7% notes
1932 ms
309,000
♦Certificates of deposit....
347,000
Interlake Iron 1st 5s ser b—...1951 if n
174,000
Int Agrl Corp 1st a coll tr 5«—
Stamped extended to .......1942 m n
57,000
1948 m n
278,000 Int Cement conv deb 5s—

.

July

83% July

27

3% Apr,
3
May
101% Jan.
104
Apr.
106
Mar.
23
Feb.

5

July

50

"50"

1940
....1948
Ind Bloomlngton a w 1st 4s
1940
lad iii a la 1st gold 4s
1950
(nd Nat Gas a Oil ref 5s..—
1936
{♦Indlanapol a Louis? 1st gu 4s 1956
Ind Union gen a ref 5s a
—1965
Gen a ref guar 5s ser b-.--..-1965
Inland Steol 1st m s f g 414s a... 1978
1st m s f4Hs ser b..—.....19ri
tlnterboro r t 1st a ref 5s
1966

.

4
5
4
8
26 103
12 106%
26 108%
10 35%

105

iii Cent a Chic St

383,000
349,000

Sale

99

Sale

60

1951
1953
......1951

Gold 314s

Sale

61%

49-year 4%a
Cairo Bridge gold 4s

Litchfield di? 1st g 3s
Loulav Div a Ter g 3l4a

94% "96""
90% Sale
97% Sale

Sale

64

D

1953

July
July
July
July
July
July

80

Sale

39%
6%
104%

131,000 Illinois Bell Telep 1st a ref 6s a. 1956
J
.......1951
2,000 Illinois Central 1st g 4a.
j
3
1st gold 314s
1951
2,000
a o
Extended 1st g 314s
—...1451

......

40

88

141,000 Houston Oil sink fund 514s a...1940
J d
686,000 Hudson Coal 1st a f 6s series a..1962
mn
4,000 Hudson County Gas 1st 5s . —1949
p a
479,000 Hudson a Manhat 1st a ref 5s a. 1957
♦
\d|t»st Income 5s ...
-Feb 1457 a 0
336.000

15-year secured 614a...

Sale Prices

41

87%

mn

Refunding 5s

Sale Prices

18

93

.

Coll tr g 4s

Sale Prices

.....

37%

80

o

2,000 ♦{♦Hoe (r) a Co 1st 6 4a ser a. ..1934
m
2,000 ♦Holland Amer l 6s (flat) ........1947
m
13,000 Housatonlc rr con g 6s........1937
i
8,000 Houst a Tex c 1st g 5s Int gu ....1937
i
' ... 1437
6,000 Hoiik Belt a ter »kt »s

53,000
471,000
7,000
3,000

Sale Prices

108%
107% Sale
107% July
108% Sale
100,%
98% Sale
96% July
98% Sale
105
Sale
105%
104% July
104% Sale
95%
95
92
90%
July
94%
glMi Sale
26
24% Sale
24% July
26
101
101%
107%
107%
103% Sale
103% July 30 104%
104% Sale
105% Sale
105% July 27 106%
105% Sale

j

j

314s......1952

Highest

15

43

36%

.....1951
1942
......1955

Lowest

6

\iH

15%

o

...1952
4,000 Hnckenaack Water 1st 4s
4,000 ♦Hansa s s Line- 6s with warr...l939
27,000 ♦Harpen Mining 6s.............1949
6,000 Havana Elec Ry cons g 5s.......1952
♦Deb 5>4s series of 1926 ..—..1951
1996
19",000 Hock Val 1st coo g «hi

37.000

11%

a

Feb
♦Income
Feb
76",000
Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4a...
1940 m n
42", 666 Gulf Mob a Nor 1st 514s set b...1950 a o
lac mtge gold 5a series c
1950 a o
124,000
Gulf a Ship Island ref 5s... Feb 1452 j
J
Stamped............... .......
"i',666
1942 j d
223,000 Gulf States Steel deb 514s

Purchased Unea 1st

Sale

a

j

Highest

85
83% July
103% Sale
103% July
118%
56% "63"" 62
July
103
104
101% July
Sale
92
86
July
104% 105% 105% July
47
49
48% July
48
48% Sale
July
47
48% July
100
102"' 99% July
78
86% Sale
July
11
14% Sale
July
Sale
11% July

15%

deb ctfs a.. .
debenture ctfs b—....—

Refunding 4s—...

49%
99%
78%

99%

j

.-....-----1945
m n
Goodyear Tire a Rubber 1st 5s..1957
j
d
Gotham 811k Hosiery dab 6s . ..1936
f a
♦{♦Gould Coupler 1st 15-yr a f 6s. 1940
j d
Gout a Oswegatchle 1st 5a..—-.1942
}
j
Gr r a i at 1st gu g 4*4s
.1941
a o
Grand Trunk of Can s f 7s guar.-1940
m s
15-yer deb g s f 6s guar
1936
j
d
Grays Point Term (at gu g 5s ...1947
Gt Cons r1 Pow (Japan) 7a
1944 f a
1st a gen s f g 6 4a ..1950 j j
Gt Nor—geo 7s Series a
1936 j j
1st a refund 414a Ser a
1961 j j
Gen mtge 514s Ser b—.......1952 j
j
Gen mtge §s Ser c-..........1973 j
j
Geo 4l4s Series d
-1976 j j
Gen 4 v4s series e—....
..1977 j j

1st gold 3s sterling.....
Collateral trust gold 4a

Sale

J

Convertible deb 6s

163,000
98,000
2,000
97,000

Sale

88% Sale
105% 106

J

♦Green Bay a West

,

"69%

102

f

1947

197,000 Goodrich ( b f) Co 1st 614a

87

f

{♦Ga a Ala 1st cons 6s
.
Oct 1*4?
♦{♦Georgia Carolina a NorthernExtended at 6% to July 1 1934
Georgia Midland 1st 3s
1946
12,000 ♦Good Hope Steel a Iron sac 7s. 1945

Lowest

4
3%
3%
4
4%
3% Sale
3%
4
3%
103
103
102%
104 % 106% 105% 106% 104%
Sale
zl08
108% 112% 108
31
30%
35
35% Sale

a

a

Ask

4%

6

4%

1943

2,000 Galv Hous & Hend 5%a a
26,000 Gannett Co deb 6a series a----

July 31

July 1

JAN. 1

RANGE SINCE

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

fe-8

BONDS

July

27

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Jan.

99

Jan.

89

78

May

58% Jan. 11
76
July 24
85
July 25
81% Jan. 30
70% June 24
83% June 22
75% June 22
104
Apr. 27
103% July 19
103 3% July 19

38

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

Low from

July

BONDS

Value

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

i

EXCHANGE—BONDS

ll

PRICES IN JULY

1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July 1 1933
to

Lowest

July 31

July 1

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

5% July
5* July

15
9

63* July
% July

4% Apr.
3
% June 25

9% Jan.
1% Mar,

22

815* July

July 311935
Ask

{Iowa Gent let gold 5a
......1938
♦Certificates of deposit
11,000
♦lat & ref 4s
2,000
1951

117.000 James Franklin Ac Glearf

M

lat 4a..1959 J

4,000 Kal Alleghan A: G R lat gu g 5a..1938
3,000 Kanawha Ac Mich lat gu 4 4s
1990
C Ft 8 At M ref g 4a
68,000 t
1936
♦Ctfa of dop (Bankers Trust)
62,000
Kansas City Pow &. Lt 1st M
57,000
4%s.l961
301,000 Kan City South lat 4 3a
1950
Ref Ac Imp 5a
476,000
April 1950
138.000 Kan City Term lat 4a

138,000 Kendall Co 5%s aeries A......
6,000 Kentucky Central lat 4u 4a...
31,000 Kentucky & Ind Term lat 4%s
8,000
Stamped...................
Plain

s
D

J

J

A

O

k

%

66*4

513*
84

ill*
S

A

O

29

77
68

93

.1937
.1997

103
118

.1949

66

.1954

773?

.1936

A

554,000

Certs of dep for sec 5a.

44,000
149,000
553,000
217,000
42,000
45,000

Lackaw Steel lat cons 5s
Laclede Cas Lt ref ext 5s

81,000

Lake Shore Ac Mich Sou
4

1,744,000

♦Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd

1959

36

gold 5s

1937

3nd gold 5s

1941

3V*a

1997

6s...ZZl954

La* & East 1st gu 5a

52,000 Liggett Ac Myers Tobacco 7a
5a
97,000

Lombard filec 7a series
A—......1952
Long Dock cons gold
6a........1925
Long I aland gen g 4s.........
1938
Unlflod gold 4a

1941

20-year deb 5a.............

"11*49
_

1937

..—1949
1944

...

|95|

Louisiana Ac Ark 1st 5s aeries A..1969
Loulsv Gas At EI 1st
At ref 5s.
lou & Jeff
Bridge gu g 4a
Louisa Ac Nash? gold
5s...

Unified gold 4a

1952
1945

"1937
""l940

1st Ac ref 5>4s series
1st Ac ref 5a series B

78

773*
102%
94
96
995*
1013* 1015* 100%
105* Sale
13%
L05
1053* 106%
LOS

106
67

§7%

953*

57

60

55

Sale

545* Sale
913* Sale
983*
993*

P A
J
N

85

94

39

Sale

N

405*

N
O
O

48

O
F A
M N
A O
A O
k O
J D
« 8
M N
M S
k O
p A
' J
M N
M S
M N
J J

A....—12003 A O
20631A O

rSif a? 4yi* u"rle* C
5a.................
2?

68

635*
613*
92%
985*
823*
375*

42

42
47

Sale

134

1003*

1941

M <°|d 3.:::::::i98o

Montg 1st g 4 34a...
1945
South Ry Joint Monon
4a... 111952
Atl Knox k Cln
dlv g 4a
1955
♦Lower Austrian

m

M

Sale

Hydro-Elec 634a 1944

A O

1023*

1085* 1083*
105

104%
813* 82%
1103*

M S

J

Sale

MN

Sale

J
F

8

37%
8
35%
2 113%
17

76

22

673*

8

107%

22 104
3

30
19

10
1

1

A

107""

963*

913*

353* July

106%
100%
673*
67%
102%

1

July
July
July
July
July

3

95

Sale

97

14% July
106 3*

67
93

68%
64

63

923*
993*
92

40
42

483*
L07%
L17

132% July
121% July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

134% July
123% July

16
3

5

27
29

Jan.

7

Mar.

1

Mar.

6
June 26

26

Jan.

9

42

July

25%
67%
44%
773*

8
Apr.
Feb. 25
5
Jan.
June 28

32

June 26

85

July
July
July

Z8*
79

3

30
8
8

2 103% Mar.
1043* Jan. 30 106% May
2
77
Apr.
92% July
4
Jan.
95
July
99
99
Apr.
Apr. 20
2 108% Jan.
1083* Jan.
Apr.
1453* Jan. 18 149

6

101% Jan.

8
30
19
20
28

22

June 22

Jan.

12 103
29 114

Jan.

21 122

100% Jan.

7 105

May
0
June 28

94

Jan.

110
118

26% Jan.

2

Apr. 30

37% June 25

June

5 109% Jan. 17
Jan.
3 101% June 27
Mar. 21
81
July 19
Mar. 26

80

Mar.
8 103%
May 10 100%
Jan.
2 102%
5
Mar.
14%
4 106%
Jan.

130

Jan.

115% Jan.
Apr.

102

5

104% July 27
130% July 19
118% July 10
75
July 29
114
July 30
1
106% July

4
Mar. 28
Feb. 21

45

29

103

9

Jan.

4

30

106!
104%

3

Jan.

103% Feb.
44
July
100% July
104% Jan.

2

11

3

Jan.

32

25
30
Jan.
11
Apr.
3
Apr.
27
June
30
June
30
May
31
June
20
Apr.
17
June
5
Mar.
10
May
31
11
39% Mar.
13 105% Jan.
29 1133* Jan.

"I

64'.
10251

July
July

41

May 14 39%
3 114
110% Jan.
693* Mar. 30 78%
53
May 17 74%
2 109
105% Jan.
2 105
1003* Jan.

104
104

Jan.

28

37% July

2 106

11

24

Feb. 28

73% Jan. 23
8
97% Feb.

5

80

11

72

21
17

July 18
July 13
July 30
July 11
July 27
July 30

Feb.

25
10
15
Feb. 25
Jan.
3
Jan.
7
Jan.

m

Jan.

12 104
8
99
27
50% Jan.
9
54% Jan.

13

60

8
8

Jan.

8
5 107% July 13
4 117
Mar.
6

16 134% July
11 123% July

27
29

10 104
Apr. 10
6 106
Feb. 27
25
5
80% Feb.
26 103% Jan. 23
16 106% July 30

June 26 105
Feb. 20
Jan.
15 103% May 25
25 104% Feb. 21
Mar. 28 130% July 19
Jan.
7 118% July 10
Mar.
3
75
July 29

Apr.

107% Jan.
102

Jan.

107% July 17 107% Mar.

2 114
July 30
14 106% May 31
15 107% June 12
4 108% July

1083* July
July
105% July
102% July

29

1043* Jan.

18
10

1 107% Jan. 10
103% Apr.
Feb. 21
103% Mar. 14 107

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

29

July
July
July
July

23
31
12
15

81% Jan.
935* Jan.

14 106
July 23
2 99% July 31

11

13

107

111

'96

3 103

102% July 11

103% July"
44
July
100% July
105% July
103
July
103
July
103
July
129% July
117% July
69
July
112% July
106% July
107% July
1073* July
105
July
104% July
Sale
102
July
108% July
104% July
823* 813* July

"823*

8 101

29% May 10

2
2

83% Feb. 23

99% June

43% July 17
42
July
3
29% July
85
July 30
79% July
8
79
July
8

106

Mar. 15

74

1073* July 23
L013* July 27
81
July 19
80
July 18
1033* July 13
100% July 30

July
Sale
100% July
Sale
10% July
105
107
July
106
July
673* 65
July
90
95
July
Sale
59% July
Sale
543* July
Sale
525* July
91 % July
95
Said
975* July
875* 85
July
Sale
35% July
Sale
373* July
Sale
45
July
107% July
1165* 117
July

Sale
1225* 123
1065*
1065*
103% Sale" 103% 104"
65
44
59%
1023* Sale 100% 101%
105%
105% 106%
102
1043*
103
1035* 103
1035*
103% Sale 104
1043*
130
132
129% 130
1173* Sale 117
118%
713* Sale
743* Sale
1113*
113% Sale
1063* Sale" 106% 107%
1073*
Sale 107% Sale
Sale
105
105%
Sale
1003* 105

1946 F A
M 8

Mob &

563*
913*

Sale

2003l? 8

Paducah At Mem Dlv 4a..

Gold

106

Sale

Sale
103

121 %

72,000
28,000
14,000
36,000
3,000
189,000
30,000
49,000
446,000
31,000
6,000
12,000
228,000
114,000
177,000
183,000
24,000
13,000
26,000
1,000
85,000
37,000
4,000

5a

101

1325*

106",660

f g 6a

Guar ref gold 4a..

Sale

|95i
....1962

Loew'a Inc deb

Lorlllard (P) Co deb 7a.....

108
Sale

1944 A

Little Miami gen 4a
series A
a

Sale

673* Sale
673* Sale
L02% Sale

A
A
I
J
J
J
I D
I J
J
J
J J
M S
F A
F A
F A
P A
J J

J
H
M
U
k
1965 A

36

01

Coll Ac ref 5 %s series
C_....... 1953 F
Col Ac ref g
5%a ser D
...I960 F
Lake B At W 1st

Sale

063* 107% 107

103*

A..1950 M S
1939 A O

ser

36,000 Lehigh Coal Ac Na? 434a ser A...1954
Cons sink fund
14,000
414a ser C
1954
14,000 Lehigh At N Y lat gu 4 4a.......1945
16,000 Lehigh Valley Coal 5a
..._._Il944
1st At refunding
63,000
5a..........
1954
lat Ac refunding 6a
103,000
—1964
First At ref
26,000
sinking fund 5s
1974
Secured 6% gold notes
4,000
..1938
Vail
89,000
jMarpor Term 1st 5s
1954
V (N Y) 1st gu g
38,000
4Ha
1940
Leh Val (Pa) gen con
428,000
g 4a
3003
Gen cons 434a
115,000
2003
Gen conaol 5a
51,000
—.............2003
14,000 Leh V Ter Ry lat gu g 5a
Il941

1,000

1005*
1053*

.1954

...........

9 103

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
2
1063* 110
106% July 13 106% July 13
89
923*
933*
July
9
923* July 30
995* 1003* 100
July 24 1013* July 19
1005*
1085* 1083*
1083* July
108% July
155
150
155
149
149
July
July
Sale
1023* 103
103
1005* July
July
113% 1143*
113% July
113% July
121% 122
121% July
121% July
104
103% 104
July
104% July

73
80

.1901

.......

23 101

1023* 1025* 102% July*12 103

80

.1961

.1961

Kln4s Co E L Ac Pow 4old 5a...

{♦Kreuger 8c Toll class

;

_

MN

M

July

!h

96
53

70.

80

1005* July
103
July
Sale
July
July
1
July
Sale
July
Sale
July
Sale
106
July
104
103
July
50
42
July
38% 373* July
35
293* July
99
80
July
79% 76% July
79% 77% July

28

.1948 M S
J
.1987 J

3,000
136,000
1,000 Kln4a Co Lighting lat ref 5s...
1st Ac ref 6H1
1,000
8,000 Kinney (G R) Co con* 7%s

■

805* Sale

99
70

Purchase money 6s
K!n4s Co Elevated lat 4 4a....

18", 666

55* Sale
%
13*

o

I960

72,000 Kansas Gas Ac El lat mt4e 4%a__1980
♦
8,000 Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtge 6s...194.?
♦Certificates of deposit....
15,000
♦6s stamped
12,000
1943
61,000 Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser 4 6a._"l946
161,000 t+Kelly-Sprlngfleld Tire 6a
...1942
♦68 stamped
99,000
...1942

,

3%

July
82% July
106% July
92% July

13
6
9

98% Mar. 30 104
106 j
102

Jan.
Jan.

Feb. 21
11 109
Apr.
4
8 104% May 20

74)
1085

Jan.

2

Apr.

2 111

Mar. 27

23

77
105

23

88

8
1

29

Jan.

Apr.

83% Mar.
July

4

86

Jan.

8
24

7 108
1
99

Feb.

25

Jan.

4

•JMcCrory Stores

deb gold 534a
1941
of claim filed
J D
122,000
by owner
519,000 VfcKesson A Robblna deb 534a. 111950 M N
*
25,000
Manat! Sugar lata f734t... 1942 A O

♦Certificates

1,000

of

deposit...!:....

2°* iWl
♦C.rriflc.te. of

on 1942

deposit

955* Sale
97% Sale
27%
30
253*
30
253*
30

AO
A

"30"
283*
Sale

1,000

® A NW lat
gu 334a

A*rTiUBt C£ £tfa ot

partlc

1939

"""1959

*!"~1941

40

Sale

953*
75

92

MN

733*

69

59

I

52

viif? ?®Bt 8 .d# E,0T

J

42",000
84.000

Ref &

1956

"""l95l

334a

2"io~,666

1940

.

♦1st

ext

♦con ext

58",500
10" 5o5

434a
434s......

1

♦Certificates of

2

2
S
N
J
O
8

103

M

A

loto

For footnotes,




.."""*"1949

A..."

"l962

deposit.Z!!!..

see page

33.

60

N

35

(1880)!! 1934

.

74

28

"!""l936 ^

434s....:::::

kef At ext series 5a

Sale

^ ^

,930
Mil Spar Ac N W lat
gu 4a.
1947 M
Mllw A State Line 1st
guar IUiTimi I
{♦Minn Ac St Louis 5a ctfa_._. ""1934 MN
♦ist At refund gold
4a.
♦

a94

883* Sale
95% Sale

92
Sale

Sale

88%
56%
823*
93%

Sale

-f

83

92

....

25

103
83

103

104% 103
96% Sale
96%
75
703*
102% Sale
102
99
99% Sale
100
—

—

—

Sale

93
70
75
49

—

63%
63%
46

62

4%

8

12
11

50

Apr. 17

47

Mar. 18

37% Apr.
90
68

16

June 21

May
May
May
21% May
303* May
35
May
60% May
57
May
32

45

27
27
17
14
17
27
13
16
Feb. 20

98

Mar.

Apr. 24
68% July
5

70% July
68% July

72%

Jan.

70

Mar.

90% July 24

z59

99

July
July
July
July
July

24
1
10
13
5

71% Jan.

1 107% July
107% July
100% July

11
13
29

102% Jan.
95% Jan.

July
90%
64
July 31
July
2 92
July 30 96%
July 31 z71%

Sale
107%
106% July
107% 107% Sale 106% July
Sale
985* 100% 97% July
16
12%
123*
16

"sssivs i" *ra»a-'B i«n
1st mtge gold
5a.._.....
1971

13", 600

57

98

.!.!"l952 M
C.!!!
1979 J

361,000
231,000

Nor 1st ext

90%

Sale

Sale

107

334a.........

Imp 434* serlea

Midland of N J lat axt
5s
Mldvale St AcOrd conv
a f 5a

•{♦Mil «c

Sale

83

71%

70% July
68% July

Mar. 27

9% Jan.
7% Feb.

35
34

9

24
4

50

64

1Q77

1

f g 7a

25% July
July
0/ °/l July
57% Juiy JLU
535* July 31
40
July 17
25

Feb.

8% Jan. 24
8% Feb.
5
12

25% July
July
54% July
51
July
38% July
20

107

Michigan Central-Detroit
& Bay
City Air Line 4a........
19,000
1940 2
Jack LAS gold
lat gold

88%

(Gh>c' 4a. 1938

Vlex Internat 1st 4s
asstd
a

70%

,n~

27,000 Metropolitan Edison latAtref 5aC. 1953
1st g 4 34 a aeries D
160,000
1968
61,000
S®w?r fc »'■«« 534a!!l950
♦

106
95% July
97% July
99%
203* July 29 28%
25
July 15 25

95

71%

M N

A I Namm Ac Son
J D
38,000
1st 6s
...1943
A O
88,000 Marion Steam Shovel a f g 6s
1947
141,000 Market Street Ry 1st 7a
Q J
Apr'1940
M N
87,000
warr"»ta
1945
79,000 Meridional Electric 1st 7a ser A.. 1957 A O

3,000 ♦Mlag Mill Mach 1st

'if? 1!
575* Sale
535* Sale

53
Sale

—

Hanila RR South
Llnea lat 4a
1st ext 4a

lit.??*.

O

•♦Flat stamped
2,000
modified
5,000 ^..♦Certificates of deposit!!"""!"""
427,000 {♦Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4a .!l990 A O
251,000
*°' deposit.....
•2d 4s
,
J D
23.000
huh. EI Ry ft L,
M 8
IM

"i",666

1033* Sale
99% Sale
19% 233*

2

55

Mar. 13

63

Feb.

70

Jan.

29

79% Jan.

92
July
96% July

10
13

59

98

96

27

2
July 31

107%
107%
101%
17%

June

9% Jan.

Mar. 26

July
July
Jan.
May

11
13
24
18

2

36%

30%

July"l9

1035* 102% July

30% July
103

19

July

1

90
Sale

Sale

30

June 17

July
96% July

72
Sale

102

Sale

99

Sale

99

July
July
July

1043* July
98% July
103

July
100% July
100% July

8

8

104% June 10
99% Feb. 20

100% Jan.
933* Jan.
12
2

"

2

903* Jan.

88% Jan.
103

"33" "Apr"." "8
104% Mar.

100% Mar.

66% Apr.
102% Jan.

Jan.

11

103% Feb.

8

80

100% June 28
100% July
2

77% Jan.
763* Jan.

93

65

68

63

68
Sale

65% July

70

July

17

40

47"

July

12

July

70

••

8

4%

8

13*
1%
13*

1

1%
1%
1%

'%July ""9

1

July

26

6

70"" Mar."II

56% June
8
34% Mar. 26
64% June 29
5
May
2
% June 26
1% Feb. 13
% Feb. 13

65% Mar. 18

58

June

63

Jan.

24

64% June 29
8% Jan.
3

2% Jan. 15
13* Feb. 13
1% Mar. 14

N. Y. STOCK

Aug., 1935]

2t3
Sales in

BONDS

July

Y. STOCK

N.

Value

July 1 1933
July 31 1935

Ask Bid

Bid

$

324,000
19,000

1938

—....—.1938
cons si gtd as to Int..
1938
8c ret 6s sarlas a........—1946

1st
1st

1949
.1978

is-rsargSHs..
1st ref sh* series b—

166,000

J

p

j

a.........1962 1

40-year 4s series b
Pr Hen mtge

44s ser d

♦Cum adjust 5m series

1963
1978
1967

...

a

Jan

♦1st 8c refund 5s series a

J

o

-

.

_

_

.1965 p

e

1978 ms
.....1977 mn

General 4s

♦1st Ac ref 5s series p

♦Certificates of deposit......
♦ 1st

a ref a

ser

1978 mn

g

1949
......1980

mo
a

a

♦Certificates of deposit....

330",666

♦1st tk ref 5s

7,000

1981

1.

ser

if

♦Mo Pac 3d 7s est at 4%

..

.July 1938
1948

33

274 Sale
254
94 Sale

t'MoDHe 8c Ohio gen gold 4s ....1938 m
♦Montgomery Dlv 1st g 5s.....1947 p
7,000
♦Refunding Ac Improv't 44* ..1977 m
21,000
♦Sec 5% notes................1938 m
17,000 Mohawk a Mai 1st gu g 4s
1991 m
86,000 Mont Cent 1st gu g 6s..........1937 j
66,000
1st guar gold 5s....
...1937 j
225,000 Montana Power 1st Ac ref 5s a...1943 j
233,000
Deb gold 5s series a
1963 J

22,666

Sale

374
134 Sale

28

Sale

254
28

27
Sale

254
54 Sale
28
Sale
254
28

Sale

Sale

254

31

73

8

62

Jan.
Jan.

3

64

Jan.

7
8
9

364 Jan.

7

384 July

2

12

July

20

Mar. 29
Mar. 30

28

5
8
31
31
11
31
3
July
9
July 31

28"

Jufy

194 Apr.

27

July

45

254 July 26

28

July 29
74 July 19
254 July 20
234 July 23
244 July 10
254 July
3
44 July
2
254 July 28

26

42

4 July
144 July

42

25

July
July

July
July

9

28
26

28

25\
5>

20
30

33

364 May

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

19

54
194
184
194

944

274 Jan. 26
114 Jan. 26
Feb. 18

30

274 Jan. 26
294 Feb. 18
27
Feb. 19
74 Jan.
8

1
4

34 Apr.
2
194 Mar. 30
194 May 11

31
6

Feb. 18
254 June 27
304 Feb. 18
27
Feb. 11
30

1

4

184 Apr.

Feb. 18

Feb. 19
June 20
804 Apr. 20
48
Jan.
4
444 May 16
85

75
55

Sale
Sale

30

Mar. 29
Apr.
1
Apr.
3

Apr.
184 Apr.

45

107

12

80

40

8*

June

7
16

894 Feb. 26

2
1
2

384 July 31
33
July 31
384 July 27
12
July 12

25

67

June 26
May 21

364

82
77
1024 Sale
1004 101

d

Jan.

18

18

85

44

54

J

June

30

10

78

894

"94

j

95

May
7
May 29

854 July 30

21

45

8

j

'924 May 29

4

Jan.

83
70

A

s

2

25

76

70

s

24

674 Mar. 28

95
July
264 July
784 july

2

July

25

37

s

174 Mar.

July 17
July
1
July 23
July 24

42

83

41

j

j

j

....

...

394 Sale

83

.......

Small..

Sale

80

j

Small....

31

774 July

95

254

j

Mortgage gold 4s.............1945
11,000

2

694 July

j

Mobile 8c Birm prior Hen g 5s

23

July 24
854 july 30

234 July

27

n

♦Certificates of deposit.........

June 28

30

24

70

2i^ 2lH
nu29H

♦Certificates of deposit

♦Convertible gold 5 4*
♦1st ref gold 5s series h

37

254 July

374 July
234 July
204 July

254 Sale

264
28
254
274
84
84
274 Sale
254
27
27
Sale

J

a

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1
17
1

30

80

Sale
424
424" 424
134
144

♦Certificates of deposit.....
♦

184 "26"
854

1

Highest

264 Apr. 26
194 Mar. 15
31
Apr.
4
184 Mar. 23

July
July
424 July

37

19

314 July
274 July

85

40

{♦Missouri Pacific rr co—

191,000
47,000
490,000
624,000
24,000
220,000
2,000
193,000
180,000

22

MM
40

42

j

18,000
158,000

284

Sale

904
944
244 Sale
764 Sale

J

i

Highest
Sale Prices

80

Mlssour-Kansas-Tszas rr—
Prior lien 5s series

Lowest

784 Sale

1st Chic Term s f 4s
1941 mn
J
2,000 Mississippi Cent 1st 8s..........1949 J
J
32,000 l+Mlssot3rM)Unols rr 8s ser a...1989 J
610,000 Mo Kan & Tei 1st g 4s......
19«'j J d

373,000
36,000

S*
IIB

Sale

204

J

m

j

Sale

20 4

Term

Cant

HStPkSSMSt

J

Sale

28
42

J

1st com 5«

86,000
8,000
60,000

37

j

atpd guar

m St p & s s m 4i

Ask

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

to

EXCHANGE

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

sf

29

EXCHANGE—BONDS

40

July

354 May 16
40
July 10

9

414 July

10

9
July
104 Sale
5
July
44
64
5
5
July
54
80
78
81
July
1024 July
1024 103
1014 1014 1004 July
106
Sale
1054 July
944 July
954 Sale

764 July
844 Sale
101
July
1014 100
794 July
8'35/

854 July
1014 July
82
July

9

104 July 29
6
54 July
6
July
8
2
824 July
1034 July 11
102
July 19
107 - July
1
98
July 17

"l64"JanT"25

July

9

44 June
5
79

2

Jan.

94 jan. 15
3
11

June
Apr.

854 Jan.
1034 July
102
July
1074 June
98
July

1004 Apr.
974 Apr.
934 Jan.
67
Jan.

19

29
17

...

Montecatlnl Mln Ac Ags
Deb g 7s

Co Inc

1937

j

65.000 Mont Tram 1st & ref 5s series a.. 1941
31,000
Genersl 8c refunding 5s a.....1955

90
814
1004 Sale

j

164,000

o

Gen 8c ret 5s series b..........1955
s

f 4h« ser

c........ 1955

o

Gen & ref

s

f 5a

1955

78

o

Gen & ref

16,066

78

o

ser

l>

76

"78"
1044
944
964
874

j
74",060 Morris a Co 1st s f 4h»
1939
d
516,000 Morris a Esses 1st gu JHs...
3000
201,000
Constr m 5s ser a
..........1955 mn
205,000
Constr m 434 s ser b
1955 mn
730,000 Murray Body 1st mtge 6v£s
1942 j d
18,000 Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s..
1947 mn
—

National ry 01
♦

Assent

cash

12",660

♦Assent

♦Nat rr Mes

12,000

♦

a ssent

♦First

14,000
97,000

♦

rects No

ract Nov

warr

gold 4s

,

.

Assenting cash warr

4

4

105

584 Sale
98

Sale
Sale

104
100

.

1951
ract No 4 on

...

.

.

2

14

-

o
d
n
d

j

1024
60

1014

j

..194ft j

85

'

♦Ptrst 5s series b

♦1st mtgs gold 5« series
♦1st 44* series d.

g

1956
1956
♦First 54* series a...........1954
Npt a cln b Pen gu g 44s
1945
n y a Bktyn a m b cons g 5a... 1935
New York Central conv sec

60

1224
120
99

£

Sale

854

"294

6s—1944

f
f
a
j

294
284
Sale

li*

Sale

.....1998

Sale

IT4

£8

784 July 18
794 Feb. 14

1

8 1054 May 28
2
14
954 Jan.

8

98

11
31

Jan.
Mar. 27 102
834 July 30 964 Jan.
Mar. 26 1404 July
3 110

1034 Jan.

June 24

16 1064 May 17

102

July

Jan.

884
1024
504
864
1024
994

17 1044 July
1 1004 July

Feb.
Apr. 13 97
Apr. 10 1054 Apr.
4
624 July
Apr.
July
9 102
Jan.
Feb.
2 105
Jan.
June 27 1004 June

21
26
24
24
23

22

64 Jan.

15

June 28

44 Jan.

7

July

July

1034 July

July

15 1194 July

July

105
Julj 12 108
1024 June 19 1034
65
60
Feb. 25
1134 Jan.
8 1194

664 July
25 124
July
22 1234 July

794 Sale
734 Sale
27
254
294 Sale
294
30

304
1074

116 H

Sale"
Sale

102""
Sale

Sale

75

744 July

July

66

July
July
July
July

95

67

Sale

59

Sale

87

Sale

Sale

104 4
95

18,000 n y a Greenw l prior Hen gu 5s. 1946
3006
12,000 n y a Harlem 0 34a
1973
233,000 n y Lack a Western 4s ser a
...

b._..........1973
1942

5s...........1943

Nik Long Branch gen 6a.....1901

61

834
92 4

118
87

954

1234
1134 Sale

-----

884
101
101

90
Sale

123 4

1134

85

Sale

100

95

1054 107
1034

124 4 1224 July
Sale 1134 July

"nn~

99

106

95

1014
624
534
584
1064
1074
674

95
884 July
July
1014 1024 101
100
July
100
Sale

106

1064

Sale

1034

19

Feb.

9

99

"

July

4

14
3

Mar. 28

644 July

53

Jan.

1

12

2

2

Jan.

2

July

25

Apr.

July
804 July
80

30

24

Apr.

Feb.

2

July
8
804 July 19
87
Apr. 29
264 July 12
304 June 19
80

MLay 10
May 10
1

MLay 13

30

June 21

304 June 19
31

Feb.

18

2 1074 .July

1

12 1024 Jan.
Mar. 15 1124 Jan.
1
874 Ian.
Apr.

14

Jan.

July

3

28
July 31
July 31

Mar. 27

67

July

Mar. 27

73

984 July

Mar. 12

July

Mar. 29

984 Feb. 25
974 Jan. 23

73

96

2

Mar. 27
Mar. 21

13

Mar. 21

July 31
July 15
July 31
July
6
July 31
12 61
July 31
10
664 July 31
27 1084 July
9

12

674
884
874
16 1014
12
714

Apr.

9 1244 July
1 115
July

3

93

July

19 1024 July
12 1014 July

9 "99""

Jufy"

27
~

67 4 July

Mar. 15

77

Jan.

66

Jan.

714 Jan.
26 1084 June
t Apr.
July 26 1084 Feb.
July
I Jan.
July
i Apr.
i July
1144 Feb.
1094 Jan.
1
May
July
1104 Mar.

| Mar.

29

irA

93

824 May
98
106

Jan.

102]
May 21 102;
Mar. 30 108!

94

Apr.

105

Feb.

7

7
7
14
21

16
10
16
10
1

1244 July 27
115
July
9

1164 Jan.
1074 Jan.

98

31

894 Jan. 10
884 Jan. 22
12 1024 Mar. 7

Mar. 30

1014 Jan.
- —

July 16
1234 July 11
884 Feb. 14
106
July 25
644 July 30

Jan.

954 jujy 30

Sale

Sale

Feb.

70

Jan.

July

July
July
July
Sale
July
66
66
July
Sale
1064 Sale
July 26 1084 july is
1074 108
1
744 July 16
Sale
July
69
Sale
July 10
Sale
50
July 30 58
51
544
22 1124 July
1
1114 july
Sale
1114 Sale
July 18 1084 July 11
Sale
1064 1074 107
Sale
106
July 25 1084 July 19
Sale
1074
Sale

81

2 124

Jan.

July
694 July 25 84
5
25
264 July
July
5
30
July !
274 July
5
294 July
274 July
July :
28
July 11 30
3
304 July :
274 July
1 1074 July
1074 July
1004 July 12 1004 July
July
1074 july 13 111
July
85
July 12 87
July
59
July 12 67

95

884
874
1014
714
604

22

Jan.

Feb.
1 106

0

Mar.

June 24
Apr. 25
July 17

June 12

Jan.

25

1

964 Sale

Sale

Pow 5s

For footnotea. see page 33.

Mar. 27

2

July

Sale

Sale

Sale

Purchass monsy coll tr g 4s..

Dock a lmpt 1st

3

30
24 July
12 1054 July

50

Sale

884

4s...

rr »hs

17

17

73

Sale

......

Guar 44s series

8

34 July

1044 July
574 July

67

954

Mich Cent coil g 34s

n y l fi a w Coal a

24 July

24

1054 Sale
644 Sale

Sale

Refunding 5h* series a.....
Refunding 44s series c

n y Gas el Lt Ht a

30

Sale

Sale

Rgmtg. 34s
Debenture 4s of 1913...

n y Chic a St Louis 1st g

July

34 July

Sale

79""

7

16

5

June 28

2

122

Sale

n yc ah

24 July

Jan.

44 Jan.

30

9

34 July

624 July
1214 July
1194 July

624

Sale

Ref a Inapt 4 ha series




6 102

May

94

71

1014

100 4

3-year 6% gold notes.........
444,000
111,000 n y Connecting 1st gu 4h* a..
1st gtd 5a series b.......—.
26,000
101,000 n y Dock 1st gold 4s...........
Serial 5s g notes
195,000
167,000 n y Edison 1st a r»f 6h* mr a.
1st Hen a ref 5s b._
34,000
1st lien a ref 5s series g......
129,000
n y a Erie—See Erie rr.

"5",000

914 May

8 104
1

Jan.

99

Sale

Lake Shore coll g 3Ha.......

46,000
116,000

5

Apr.

101

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

894 July
July
624 July

15

july "30

2

34 Sale

52

Ref a lmpt. 4ho series a.....

1,106,000

July

1064

1204

Sale

1044 Sale
594 Sale

a......3013
5s series g....
3013

Consol is series a..

111,000
152,000

99

1034 July
994 July

*24

744
634

.....1954 a

...

1,135,000

170,000
476,000

884 July
July
584 July

104

-----

{♦n o Tex a Mex non cum inc 8*1935 a

Ref a lmpt

110

1094 July
1064 July

24
14
24
14
24
105
1054 Sale
"034 Sale 1034 Sale 1034
60
50
65
1184
1194 ----- 119

tNew Orlsans p s 1st a rsf 6s a ...1953 a
1st a ref 5s series b
1955 j
330.000
47,000 New Orleans Term 1st 4s guar... 1953 j

392,000
146,000

105

624 Sale
1014
1034 Sale
100
Sale

4

379",000

1,600,000

87
103

24

24

England tat 30-yr 5s a...1953 i d
1st g 4 ha series b
1961 m n
n j Junction rr gu 1st 4s
1986 p a
200",000 n j Pow a Light 1st 4v|a..
1960 a
50,000 New Orleans Great Nor 5s ser a.. 1983 j
n o a n'eaatern ref 4h« series a.1952 j

1,190,000

1064

34

New

25,000
115,000
47,000
97,000
220,000
2,000
4,000
646,000
489,000

Sale

110

894

884

00

New England rr cons 5s guar.. 1945
is

974
884
1404

or

a
1st coll mt<*e s f 4s
1965 j
1,107,000
Naugatuck rr 1st g 4s
1954 m
"3,666 Newark Consul Gas 5s..........1948 j

Con* guar

954

Sale

f 4h»_... 1957

wntt

Nat Steel 1st coll 5s............1956

11,000
158,000
106,000

Sale

Sale

854 Sale
1u4 1404 Sale

104

1914 ceupon

cash

cons

93

Sale

734 Feb.

July" 18

74

105

95

1094

1977 a o
warr
receipt
No 5 on
prior llan g 4 ha ..1936

♦Guar 4s Apr

784

2

10

94

25

Mexico—

♦Prior lien 50-year s

2l",606

July

Sale

1064 108

Namm (ai) a Son—See Mfrs* Trust Co
21,000 Nashville Chat & St l 1st 4s a..1978 f a
3,000 Nash Flo & Sheff 1st gu g 5s
1937 p a
198,000 n««s*u Else guar gold is stpd...1951 j
J
22.000 National Acme 1st mtge 6s
...1943 j u
592,000 National Dairy Prod deh 5 h*
,1<»48 f a
548,000 Nat Distillers Products deb 4>4s_1945 m n

76.

Sale

109

.lo4! m n

1.000 Mutual Union Tel 5s......

Sale

83 £
78*
835/
1044 Sale

4
964 Mar. 15 1014 July 30
82
July 10
77
Apr. 23

764 July

13
30

26

99
107

July 18
2
May
6
May
Feb. 19
4
May
June

7

2 1044 June 29

30

.N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Low from

July

BONDS

Value

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

PRICES IN JULY

RANOE SINCE JAN.

July 1 19331
Lowest

Highest

July 31 *35
Sale Prices

N Y New Haven Ac Hartford—

37,000
5,000

22,000
80,000
103,000
36,000
466,000
218,000

Non-conv debenture 4a.....-.1947
Non-conv debenture8%«_..-- 1947
Non-conv debenture S%«_..--1954
.—1955
Non-conv debenture 4a.......1956
Non-conv debentu re 4a

....

Convertible debenture 3%«.—1956
Convertible debenture 6a
1948
Collateral truat 6a._—...

1940

202,000
Debenture 4a
455,000
1st Ac ref 4%a aer of 1927
73,000
Harlem R Ac Pt Cbea **t 4a
215,000 s Y Oat At vVeat lat g 4a...June
121,000
General 4a

1957

1967
1954

1992
1955

N Y Prov At Boaton gen 4a

------

30% J^y
28 % July
27
July
21% July
28 % July
27
July
34 % July
45 % July
18
July
29
July
92 % July
43
July
33% July

1942

29,000 N Y At Putnam lat con guar 4a ..1993
193,000 »n Y RyaCorplnc6a
Jan 1965
20,000
♦Income 6s assented
1965
41,000
prior lien 6s aeriea A...———1965
10,000
Prior lien 6s assented
1965
5,000 N Y At Rich Gaa lat 6a A..
1951

6,000

V State Rya 4%» A ctfa

V6%8

aer

83

i

July
10 % July
10% July
88
July
90
July
1109
July

J

1962

........1962!

B ctfs..

July

Second gold 4Ha

General gold 5a
Terminal lat gold 5a..........
MY Tel lat Ac gen t f 4%s
N Y

Trap Rock 1st

a

f g 6a

N Y Westches At Boa lat 4Ha....

'

Nlag Lock Ac Ont Pow 1st 5a A...

Niagara Share (Mo) deb 5%«_.-Sordeutsche Lloyd (Bremen)—

38,000
♦10-year a f 6a
32,000
New 4 6%
109,000 Mord Rya eztl a f
4%*
223,000 ♦{♦Norfolk South 1st At rei 5a A.
18,000
♦Certificates of deposit
13,000 ♦{♦Norfolk At South 1st
g 5a
227,000 Norfolk At West
Ry 1st con g 4a—.
141,000
Pocahontas C At C lolnt 4a....
433,000 North American Co deb 5s

77

...

78

49%

51

Sale

15%
14%

Sale

14%
50
Sale

114:%
107%

114% July
1108
July
99
July

...

gen At ref 5a

1957

98% July
99% July
'97% July
1120
July

Aug 15 1963
Nov 15 1969
A...1974

aer

Gen Ac ref 4 Ha series A
...1974
12,000 {♦Northern Ohio lav
guar j*i
1945
♦Ex Apr *33, Oct '33, Apr *34
coups
Stamped as to sale of April 1 and
6,000
♦Oct 1 1933 and Apr 1 1934 coups
v
33,000 Nor Ohio Trac & Lt 6s aer A
1947
347,000 Northern Pacific
prior lien 4a
1997
566,000
Gen Uen ry At Id gt 3a
Jan 2047
223,000
Kef At Impt 4Hs Series A....-2047
1,203,000
Ref At Impt 6s Series B
2047
124,000
Ref At Impt 5s Series C.......2047
334,000
Ref At Impt 5s Series D
2047
3,000 Northern Ry of Calif
guar 5s..
1*38
163,000 North States Power 5s
A..
...1941
38,000
let At ref 6s aeriea

S|

M

Q
J
J

,

30
9
11
12

2% July
111% July
July
107% July
11

A

A

2

_

112%
111%
101%
101%

101%
17%
112

117
118

A

F

♦{♦Pan-Am Petr (Cal) lat
g 6a-..1940 J
♦Certificates of deposit
{♦Paramount B'way 1st 5
Ha
.1951
37,000
♦Certificates of deposit
5%s assented
1951

26

41

J

Sale

38

106% Sale

106%
101% 100%
92%
98% 100
106% Sale 106%
109% Sale
110%
105%
105%
40%
44% 42
40% Sale
41%
61
60%
53%
64
56%

-

J

----

94% Sale
94% Sale

D

68.....1944 A
At Passaic G At E 5a.
1*49

99%
96
Sale 1100
136% 141%
33
21%
28

A...1942 M

8

1,000

Guar 3 %• coll

4,000)

Guar

89,006

series A—..

tr ctls aer

B

Guar g 3%s tr ctfa
series D...
40-year guar tr ctfa 4a Ser
E..
Secured gold
4%«-

-----

.....

Dixie Cement 1st 6s
A.....
Penn Ohio Ac Detroit
RR—
1st Ac ref gold 4
H> series A

31,666
4%s series B
574,000 Penn Pow Ac Lt IstM
4Ha.——
.........

8,666
64,606
18,666
120,666
404,666
168,000
218,000

183,006
688,006
376,006
411,000

30,666
315,000

Penn RR consol
gold 4a....
Consol gold 4a...

....

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

Stamped dollar bonds
Consol 4 H* Issue of 1915
General 4Ha Series A
General 5a Series B
15-year

secured

Secured gold 5a
Debenture gold

6HS--------......

4H«--———

General 4tfa aeriea D

Gen mtge 4%s series
E.......
Peoples Gas At Coke 1st 4a.....

Refunding gold 5a

For foetnotes,




see

,

page 33

26%

32

|U7

JJ |

g 3Ha tr ctfs series C...

187,000 Penn
39,000

...

U

ser

98%
98%

96% Sale
---•

4,000
1,000

8

15
8

4

12

61

Jan.

7
25
2

49

Jan.

22

10

12

Mar. 22

11% May 10
92% May 14
90
July 12

Feb. 21 110
June
4
Feb. 18
2% June 14
Feb. 27
2% July 13

46

111% Mar. 11
107% Mar. 9
17 107% Apr. 12

Apr.
29

3K' f
Feb.

July
Jan.

100

32

108
10

Jan.

63
42

Jan.
Jan.

51% Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
8
Mar. 11

92% July 22
80

July 16
52% Mar. 7

Apr.

135
July
Feb.
171
Mar.
12
19 4 Jan.
12
12% June 10 18 4 Jan.
zzu Jan.
2
35
June
50
110
Jan.
June
117
106
Jan.
108% July
~

_

81% Jan.

44" "July

19

8
9
10
24

111% May 27
86
July
9
9 85
July
2

Mar. 13
Jan.

63
52

26

102

Jan.

15

8
22
24

13

2
July 31

100% July 10
July 31
July 12

103
100

Jan.

Apr.

120
111

June 19

July
July
July
July

Jan.

45

May 8
May 24

45

Mar. 22

July 18
38% July 27 45
May 27
109
July 26 104% Jan.
7 109% May 21
106
July
101% Mar. 30 107
Feb. 20
76
70% Apr.
76% July
Juiy
1 76 M
89% July
74% Mar. 29 89
102
July
88% Mar. 29 102•'
96
July
82
Apr. 10 96 j
40

—

82
105
103

July""3

34

July

23

18 113

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

9

17

2

112%

16 102
15 102%

22

17%
113

I

113 %

108%
1 117%
1 118%
II 106
23 100%
2

99%

17
11
15

25
19
13
17
15
13
8

11
23

41
July
107% July

8

18 101% July
5 100
July
24 106% July

30
18
12

110% July
105% July
42% July
42
July
61% July
62
July

31

26

23
22

12

19
8

Apr.
Jan.
Jan.

5 96
10 108

7 107!
105% Jan.
7 108% JL VJW« A
101
Apr. 24 101% May 15
88
Jan.
2
98% June 28
V

98%

Sale
Sale°

94 j

12
31
5
19
10

July
July

98% July
98% July

31
22

96% July
96
July
130% July
28
July
z31
July
118% July
87
July

100% July
100
July
141% July
34
July
31% July
118% July
87
July

30

94J

A

owner.

♦Certificates of deposit
110,000 Paris-Orleans RRExt
a f 5Ha... 1*68 M
P
51,000 {♦Park Lexington
6%» ctfs......1953 J J
38,000 Parmelee Trans conv deb

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3Ha tr ctfs

Jan.

10% July
70% Feb.
July

Jan.

7
7
10

87% Jan.

30
May 24 50%
105% Apr. ?6 106%
2 113
107% Jan.
2 112%
101% May 27 104
101% June 29 104%
13% Jan.
4 18
109
Apr. 3 113%
110
Mar. 29 117%

Jan.

105

Mar.

109% Jan.

Jan.

15 109

87

94

81%
83%
81%
84%
82
55
78

101%
75%
98%
94%
96%
98%
80%
87%

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

118%
89%

103%
102%
102%
100%
102%
106% Sale

..—

89

31

Sale

Sale

...

89

103%
102% 103
102%
102%
102%
105% 106%
92

Sale

105%

105

Sale

105% --105% Sale
109%
112% 113
112% 113

106%
105%
111%

Sale

117

118

112% Sale
111%
118

Sale

108% Sale

108%

Sale

115

Sale

81
66

115% Sale
103% Sale
107% Sale
96% Sale

102%
106%
97%

Sale
Sale
Sale

75%
91%

106
106

Sale

106

Sale

Sale

105%

Sale

115%

Sale

116

Sale

106

Sale

106%

101

100
80

22

36
106
99
93

July
July
July
July
July
July

104%
105%
105%
109%

July
July
July

19 102%
8 102 %
9 102%

Apr. 17 100

42

Jan.

May 28

15

59

15

59%
58%
130%
17%
116

87

July

31

106% July

6 106
July
15 106% July

100

15

Jan.

10

June 20
Feb. 20

98

62
60

July
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

1

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

18
17
18
24
4

Jan.

4

July
July

19
10

June 25

98% July
98% July

Jan. 15 100% July
Jan. 15 100
July
Feb.
July 16 163
Jan. 18 34
July
Mar. 27
33
May
Feb.
6 118% July
2
July
94
Mar.

98% Jan.

31
22

30
22
25

19
20
25
6

5 102% Mar. 26
19 102% July
5 102% July
6 103
2 103

19
18

May 23

99% Jan.
June
5
104% Jan. 17 107% Apr. 26
71% Mar. 13 92
July 31
103
3 106% July
Apr.
104% Mar. 11 106
July
2 106% July
98% Jan.
107
Feb. 11 111
July
108
Jan. 15 114% June
108
Jan.
2 113% May
2 119% Mar.
114% Jan.
104% Mar. 30 109% July
109
Mar. 30 115% July
Jan.
102% July 31 106

5 111
July 18
July
July 12 113
July
~
8 113% July
112% July
2 119
July 11
117% July
108
July 29 109% July
~
114% July 13 115% July
102% July 31 103% July
106
July 12 107% July 18 105
96% July 19 97% July 31
90%
105% July 30 107
July
~ 100%
105% July 29 106% July
99%
3 116% July 24 110%
115% July
105
July 23 107% July
9
98%

111

18

58% Jan.

23

July
July
6 102% July
17 106% July
6
92
July 31

9

Feb. 16
Jan.

Jan. 14
45
June 20
Jan.
3 109
Jan.
12
Mar.
6 101% July 30

106% July 24 107%
109% June 28 113%
105% May 28 105%
33% Apr. 5 43%
33% Apr.
5 43!
42% Jan. 21
61J

102

102%
102%
102%
102%
105%
88%

Jan. 10
May 15
9
17

July
July

114% Mar. 20 118% May 7
115% Jan.
5 119% May 3
101
Mar. 30 106
July
8
94
Jan. 22 100% July 11
69% Jan.
2 99% July 23

55

----

{Paramount Publli Corp 5%«—1950 F

2,000 ♦Paulista Ry 1st Ac
ref 7s

75"" "Apr.

6s—1947

♦♦Proof of claim filed
by owner.... J

1,666 Pateraon

95% Jan.

Jan.

-■

2l6,6o6

45

Apr.
4
40
May 11
32% Apr.
"

10

-

41
40
July
Sale
106% July
101% 100% July
Sale
97
July
Sale
106% July
Sale
109% July
106
105% July
Sale
40
July
Sale
39% July
Sale
61
July
61
60% July

,

101

I>

—

♦Certificates of deposit

3

7
4

-

25

Sale
Sale
Sale

104% Sale
99% 100%
90
Sale
12

♦♦Proof of claim filed by

30% Jan.

Apr.

27% Mar. 29

31
12
12

12 120

17% July
112
July
112% July
108
July
117
July
118
July
104% July
100
July
89
July

»aie

111% 116
108

♦2d extended gold 5s
........-1*38 '
J
Pacific Tel At Tel 1st 5s
1937 J
J
30-year 5s aeries A
1952 M N
Paducah Ac Illinois lat a f
4%«_.195& *
•

233,000

16

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

87

July
July

11100

July 23
July 22
July 20 95!,
July
108%
July
106% July
July
108
July

32% July

112
111
102

1946!I

tParamount-Famoua-Lasky

52
63

Feb.

54% July

5 100% July
1 ,103
July

|i96%"Juiy~25

Pacific G Ac E gen At ref 5a aer
A—1942 J
Pacific RR of Mo lat est 4a

.

Mar. 29

40% Feb. 26

30

104% Jan.
104% Jan.

July
July
July
July
July
July
13 116% July 31
24 108% July
2
1 102
July 31

July

86

107

33,000 Oslo Gas Ac Elec extl s f
g 5s—
521,000 Otis Steel sec g 6a aeriea A

177,000
174,000

39
36

31

107

24

94%
93%
108%
105%

32%
106%

1938

90

109%

9
31

1100

J
J

Oregon RR At Nav con g 4a
Oregon Short Line lat con g 5a.
1st guar cons 5s
stamped
336,000 Ore-Wash RRAtNav IstAtref
4s..

55,000
4,000
101,000
47,000
3,000
29,000
63,000
4,000

12

108
July
104% July
72% July

Q

g 6s..
Ontario Power N P lat 5s
Ontario Transmission lat 5a

20,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st
g 5a..

29

38% July 27

,

.........

156,666

11%
10%
91%

Feb. 26

18
8

Jan.

Mar. 22
1

23,000 Ogden At Lake Ch 1st
guar g 4s.
Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4«
33,000 Ohio Pub Service
1st At ref 7 Ha.
27,000
1st Ac ref 7a series B—...
7,000 Ohio River RR 1st
g 5s
7,000
General gold 5a....
2,000 {void Ben Coal 1st
20,000
4,000
40,000
17,000
7,000

July
July
July
July
July
July

30

Jan.

36% Jan.

26% Mar. 19
24% Feb. 26

26

June

B
..1941 A
N'weatern Teletf 4%« extended --1944 J
Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5Ha.

55,666

18

'i6

"4l% Juiy""2

.

v

25

22

3
80
25
50%
13 153
27
15%
23
14%
3
50

Sale

Sale

51

A

10

39
37
40

"

Sale

140 % 145

-

aer

26

24% Feb. 26

W4 MPaV. 13

6s stamped

172,000 North Am Edison
deb 5a
235,000
Deb 5 Ha aer B
158.000
Deb 5s aeriea C
6,000 North Cent

9

Sale Prices

Mar. 27
Feb. 27

July "29 47
July 11
July
5
100
Ju.y
July
111% July 26 109
81 %
July 27 86
9
July
56
80
2
July
9 85
July
80
Sale
19% July 26 23% July
1
17
107 % 106% July
1 104
106% July
Sale
88 % July
92% July 22
62

—

5,000
270,000
39,000
39,000
279,000
125,000
143,000

85"

18
29

28
27

1

Highest

Sale Prices

8
31% July
3
30% July
28
8
July
1
31% July
1
31% July
1
30% July
40
2
July
2
49% July
8
July
2
July
8
July
48% July 30
37% July 31

29
13

July
108 % July
106
July
106% July

46,000 N Y Suaq Ac West 1st r*f
g 3s

14", 666

Sale Prices

"2%

58,000 Mew York Steam lat 6a aer A.... 1947
28,000
l«t mortgage 5a...............1951
24,000
1st mortgage 5a
1956

Lowest

Jan.

Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3 108

15

2
2

6
5
10

June 28

97% July
July
106% July
116% July
107% July
107

15
6
9
18

31
6
9
24
9

N. Y. STOCK

AUG., 1935]
Sales in

h.

7.

c

stock exchange

s

to

July 31 1935
$

49,000
22,000
12,000
181,000
74,000
104,000
15,000

•

1940 a

♦

Income 4s

(flat)

50

o

1990 a

Peoria 8c Eaat 1st con# 4i...

o

if*

Pere Marquette 1st 5s series A.., 1956

j

1956

j

1980 M

8

11,000
16,000
549,000
918,000
61,000
150,000
264,000
241,000
126,000
284,000
16,000
13,000

2,000
20,000

2,000

1st 4s Series B

1st 8 4%«

series C

-

General 4%# series D
Phlla Company secured
Phlla Elec Co l#t4%#

a

1981 j

D

gold 5s. 1967 j

D

1009*
61%

.1967 MN
D
1971 J

100
89 %

1st Ac ref 8 4s

79,000
83,000

O

102%

\

j

1953 M N

85

4%s series A...... 1940 A O

100

Pirelli Co (Italy) cony 7s

...

Con 4%a series B guar g...... 194)
Con 4%« series C guar g
1943
Con 4s series D guar g
,194?

V

100%

MN
a

siH
89%

D

96%

1949 f
.1953 J

.1957

A

96%

a

99

1964

*i N

1970

I

D

General g 5s

197?

a

o

B

ser

j
General 4 4s series C
1977 j
Pitts Shen At L E 1st g 5s
1940 A O
j
First con sol gold 5s.......... 1943 i
Pitts Va At Char 1st guar 4s
1943 MN

A

1958 1

.

D

1959 A

ser

75
97
94

O

D

1953 F

a

1953 F

a

1st mtge 6s series B

110%
,

53

1960 A O

1st mtge 44s series C

...

4,000

96%
86%
85%

....

Pitts Y At Ash 1st gen 4s ser A.. 1948 I
1st gen 5s series B_
1963 F

12,000

98

MN

Con 4%# series J guar..
Gen guar 5s series A....

30,000 Port Arthur Canal At Dock 6s

1.094,000

99

O

MN

Con 4s series H guar g_.
I960 P
Con 4%# series I g
1963 F
.........

5,000 ♦Pitts Ac West Va 1st 4Ks
1st mtge 4 Ha series B

17,000
25,000

D

48%
30%
20%
84%

"Hlsburv Flour Mills 20-yr Is..., 1943

3%« series E guar g
Con 4s series F guar g
Con 4s series G guar g
5,000

J

1939 J

Con

31", 000

8

1937 J

Convertible deb 6s

Philippine Ry 1st 30-yr s f 4s
Phillips Petroleum deb 5^s

P C C Ac St L g

87

j

.1973 j
1949 M

Phlla Ac Read C At I ref 5s

....

J

1st 5s 1935 extended to 1950

i942

92H

a

Portland General Electric 4 Ms.. 1960 M S
Portland General Electric—
5s assented...
1935

Sale

Ik"
37*

98

108%
108%
60%
38
,

26%

102%
107%

85

98%

3*
111% Sale
111% 113% 111%

109

109%
101%
109%
109% 110
109% 110%
117
117%

68% Sale

j

"51% Sale

1933 J

J

45

Providence Securities deb 4s gu.. 1957 MN
Providence Terminal 1st 4s.
1956 M 9

18

Sale
25

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

1,027,000
181,000
30,000

341,000
6,000

Read Co Jersey Cen coll g 4s....1951

Gen At ref 4M* series A.......1997

15.066
119,000

D

107%

108"'

p

a

107

Sale

a

o

107% Sale

F

a

101

Sale

M

8

102

r

i

Sale
Sale

d

a

o

»

j

1947 Vt N

5%s without warrants

s f 5s
1940 a o
j
Ref Ac gen 5Ms series A.......1953 j
Copper At Brass 6s A.
1948 M 8

Revere

18,000
38,000 ♦Rbelnelbe Union

;

f g 7s.......1946 j

j

Serv 6s.......1953 J

j

a

12,000 ♦Rhine-West Elec Power 7a.. ...1950
♦Direct mortgage gold 6a......1953
20,000
♦
Cons mtge 6s
1953
21,000
♦ Cons mtge 6a with warrants.. 1955
28,000
1944
159,000 ♦{♦Richfield Oil of Calif 6a
♦Certificates of deposit
180,000
5,000 Richmond At Mecklenburg 1st 4s.1948
Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s..1953
........

~~2~, 000

MN
MN
F

a

a

o

113

108%
107

79%
106%
104%
52%
30%
22%
101%
105%
85

Jan.

7
81% Jan.
82% June 17
Jan. 24 112
July 23
Jan. 14 119% June
1
112% June 19
Jan.
Jan.
112% July 25
Mar. 15 100% July 31
8
Jan.
May 20 110
Jan.
2 108% Apr. 27
Jan. 10
Mar. 25 75
9
Mar. 25 53% Jan.
Feb. 15 27% June 11
Apr.
1
Jan.
4 104
6
July 25 109% Apr.
July 31 104% Feb. 21

16 112% June 3
May 10
8 112
10 109% July
9
107% Apr. 29 109% June 22

July

109

109% July

Jan.

50

114

111*
111*

Jan.

104

Mar.

110

Mar.

115% July
115% July

July

114% July
106% July

108

July

117

61% July
63% July

July
58% July
58% July

53

62

60

47

Mar.

68

109

Apr.
Apr.

12

82% July

8

June

68% July

1

75% July

10

50% Jan.

May

107% July

105

107% July

104

107% July
101% July

July
July
July
100% July
101
July
94% July

102
99

July

54

39% July

50

97

107

Sale
106% Sale
104% Sale

106

104

106% July
102
July
102% July

July
July

75% July

45% Feb. 27 54
26% Mar. 11 50
96% May 21 100%
8 108%
105
Mar.
3 108%
105
June
2 104%
99
Jan.
99% Mar. 18 104

July
July

99% July
107
July
106% July
104% July
104
July

July
July

4

16

104% June 14 106% July 10
107
July 26 107% July 26
4
42
56% May 16
Apr.
25% June 12 52% Jan. 22
Mar. 26
56% July 12
W* May 4 35
Jan. 10
20
88% May 17 91% Mar. 30
105
July 29 109% Mar. 28
105
July 29 109% Apr. 11
104
July 30 108% Apr. 22
1
3 102% Mar.
100% Jan.
2 102% Feb. 25
99% Jan.
99
July 15
82% Feb. 11

1 106% July
107
July 26 107% July
52% July
49% July 31
26% July
9 30% July
45
July
56% July

105

8

109% Apr. 26
116% June 20
9
85% Jan.
June 24
82

116% June
78% July

Jan.

63% July 31
Jan.
10
68

51% Apr.

July

June 24

116% Feb. 20
116% Feb. 23
108
July 15
June 20
114
113% June 13
107% Feb. 15

Jan.

110% Apr.
107% Feb.

54
Sale

109% May 15
June 27
110
117% July 12

Mar.

117% July "12 117% July "12

97% Sale

39%
35

Sale

July

2

July 31

Jan. 30
Jan.
Jan.
July
July

35

Sale

34% July
30% July
30% July
36% July

m N
j

j

O

M S
M S

o
j
j

j
6,000 St Jos Ac Grand Island 1st g 4a..1947 j
50,000 St Joseph Ry L H at P 1st 5s ...1937 MN
St Lawr At Adirondack 1st g 5s..1996 J
J

Sale

42

36%
106

"61"
95

3%

106%
52%
90
1

60
.....

July

52%

July"

95

37
30

July
July

19
31
22

18

103% Jan.
o 106% July
94% Apr. 10 104% July
107% Jan.
3 108% Apr.
Feb.
32
July 31 43
26% June
3 39% Feb.

8
11

20

12

July

52% July
95% July

43* Feb. 15

Apr.
Apr.
May

107% June
Jan.

15
15
24
24
23
27
12

Jan.

95% July

18

Feb.

43% Feb.
34% June
34% June

Mar.

Mar.

10
18

46
60

106% 107
103% 104
87%
91

107
104

Sale
Sale

Mar. 11

82% July 26
33% July
3
109
July 23

May
May
Mar.

116

July
12% July

9

Feb.

4

82% June 19
3
47% Jan.
Feb. 15
109
Mar.
5
108
110
July
13% Jan.
136% Jan.

May

24
20
25

Mar.

Feb.

1

Feb.

79
July
73% "82""
34
30
July
34
32%
33
108% July
108% 108% 108% 110
109%
108%
108% July'
108% Sale" 109% Sale
10
July
Sale
11
12% Sale
116% July
115%
116%
36%
33
•- Sale
"32% 33% "36" ""July"
39% 34% July
33
37
35

5

44

Feb.

"82%

18

20

Mar.

1

80%

Feb.

19
31
17

July
July
July

40% July
38
July
37% July
37% July
33% July
34
July
36% July

39% July
34% July

Sale

32

J

1 106% July
3 104% July
12 108% July

-----

32% Sale

4s. 1949 j
1941 j

24

Jan.

118
33
35

July

July
July

July 31
106% July 30 107
9
103% July 11 104% July

38

June

40% Feb.

19
5
15
11

May

51

Jan.

9

Mar.

Jan.

23
29

1996 4 O

2d gold 6s

91

108% Jan.
108% Feb.

37

Sale
Sale
Sale
100%
Sale
Sale

Sale

1948 a
g 4 Ma

105%
105%
104%
100%
101%
98%

Sale

Sale

Gen mtge 5s series E
1962 m 8
23,000
96,000 ♦{•Rockls Ark At Louis lat4Ma ..1934 m 8
8,000 Royal Dutch deb 4a with warr... 1945 a o

cons

17

Sale
Sale

33

j

Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g

52

.....

33

J

8,000 Rutland R R 1st

107%
49%
29%

M N

♦Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s...1939

23",000

Mar. 14

108

105% July

M N

1940

6a

7

Mar. 12

68

113% Jan.
113% Feb.

36

40%
37%

93 ,'T
1

♦Ruhr Chemical

j au.

Mar. 11

69

107

35

39%
37%
37%
37%

48

95,000
♦ larcon At coll trust 4s series A. 194#
54,000
14,000 Rochester Gaa Ac Bi 5M* *er C...1948
Gen Mtge4 M> series D........1977

Sale Prices

73% Jan.
9
8
9% Jan.
3 107% July 23

5
15

75

5
31
23

_

105%
105% July
102
104
Sale
July
Sale
108
Sale
July
108
108% 108
32
July 31
36
Sale
32
Sale
28
5
29% 28% July
27%
29

D

♦Guar (Jan 1923 coupon).

102

Apr.

105% Jan.

102%

15.000 Rio Grande June 1st guar g 5s.. 1939
{♦Rio Grande Southern 1st 4a..1940

f 7s

73% Sale

105% Sale

a

a

.....

54

39% Sale
99% Sale
106% Sale
106% 107
103% Sale
100% 104

1955

♦Rima Steel

112

85

4

M N

Republic Iron Ac Steel

167,000 ♦Rhine-Ruhr Wat

94%
54

j

j
Gen Ac ref 4%s series B
1997 j
Rem Rand 5%s A with warr... ..1947 m N
Rensselaer Ac Saratoga 1st gu 6s. 1941

111% July
109% July

60% June

_____

105% Sale

Sale

j

w

_____

30%

203,000 Public Serv E At G 1st At ref ♦ Ms.. 1967
1st At ref 4Ms
1970
103,000
1st At ref gold 4s.............. 1971
81,000
76,000 Pure Oil Co s f g 5M% notes.... 1937
1940
Sinking fund gold 5Ms
175,000
1948
375,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5s
{♦ Radio Keith Orph pt pd ctfs
for deb 6s Ac com stk (65% pd)
2,000
♦♦Debenture gold 6a..........1941
39,000

IIIII

102%
109%
109% 110
109%
117%
115
116%
Sale
114
115%
115
114% Sale
115%
107% 107% 106% Sale
113%
112%
106%
106%
63
65%
61%
65
61%
63%
63% Sale
62
64
61% Sale
109
109%
113
116%
84
81
80
82%
84
79
81
81%

J

.

Sale

10
23
23
29

112% July

110%
118% 123" 117%
112%
111%
112%
110%
Sale" 100% Sale
97%
Sale
109% 107
107
Sale
106% Sale
106%
Sale
62
Sale
59%
Sale
Sale
36%
Sale
26
Sale
25%
Sale
102% Sale 102%
108
107% 106
105%

j

129,000 ♦{♦Pressed Steel Car 10-year 5s

111% July

111

111% 112
110%

J

Am Tobac cons 6s

69% July
4% July
107% July
90
July
79
July
81
July
112
July
118% July
112% July
112% July
100% July
109% July
107% July
62% July
40% July
27% July
July
25 103
25 107% July
31
98% July

1.

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

5

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

68
66%
69% 65
4
5%
4%
4%
105% 108% 106% 108% 107
87%
Sale
88% 89
84%
76
Sale
78% Sale
73%
81
Sale
79% Sale
77%

61%

1953 j

58,000 Porto Rlcan

1,307,000 {♦Postal Teleg At 2able coll 5s.

Ask

RANGE

Lowest

118% Sale

1974 F
1977 i

Gen H 4Hi series G

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

111

1943 M.N

Phlla Bait Ac Wash 1st a 4s
General 5s Series B

July 1

,

a

Peoria 8c Peklo Un 1st 5%v A... 1974

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

fe-8

BONDS

July
Value

31

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Jan.

June
4
11 107
96
Jan.
9
7 104% July
Feb. 26
86% May 23 90
Jan. 25
80% Mar. 7 85

103

Feb.

,

St Louis Iron Mtn At South—

333,000

•♦River At Gulf Dlv 1st g 4s...1933 m N
♦Certificates of deposit.......

4,000
83,000 ♦St

L Peo Ac N W 1st 5a

1948

i~~i

Sale

68%

"40" ~47%

70% Sale
68%
70
40
Sale
72% Sale

1955 J

J

71%

Sale

{St Louis-San Francisco Ry —
♦ Priori ien 4s series A ........1950 j
266,000
♦Certificates of deposit.....
54,000

j

12%

Sale

i*

Sale

11%
11%
10%

12

Sale

Sale

10%

Sale

10%

82

84

62

64

83%
63%
62%
52%
95%
95%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36,000 St

L Rky M At Pac 5a

stmpd

♦ ®Hor lien 5a aerlea B_
.....1950 J""J
63,000
♦Certificates of deposit.....
24,000
♦ ^on M 4
Ma series A
1478 ms
330,000
♦Certificates of deposit stamped.
194,000
1989 MN
119,000 'It. Louis Southwest 1st g 4s
J
2d gold 4s Income bond..Nov 1989 J
87,000
1st terminal At unlf 5s....... 1952
317,000
Gen Ac ref 5a series A
.....1990
292,000
5,000 it Paul City Ry Cable 5s........1937

3,000

1937

Guaranteed 5s
'it Paul At
it Pau

Duluth 1st conaol 4s .1968

E Grand Trunk 4 Ma

13

Sale

59%
48%
94%

Sale

95%
96

93
J

1947 j

D
A

5s extended to July 1 ........1943 j
91,000
Montana Est 1st gold 4s......1937 j
9,000
Pacific Ext sterling guar 4a
1940 j
12,000
26,000 lit Paul Union Depot 1st 5s guar.1972 j
217,000 "San Ant Ac Aran Pass 1st guar 4a .1943 I
75,000 San Antonio Public Serv 1st 6s A. 1952 j

j

13
ill %
12

Sale
Sale
13%

96%

67

July
July
July

71% July
11% July
10% July
11% July

70% July

18

54% Mar. 29

71

68

July
July
July

19
12
10

54

Mar. 28

69

37

Apr, 13
Jan.
2

56% Jan.
75
July

17

13% July

2

9% May 11
8% Mar. 13

17% Jan.

Mar. 13

Jan.

3
5
11
July 19
9% July 20
9% July 19
81
July 29
61
July
8

55% July 13
45% July

12

92

5
16

95

July
July

45

75

12

14

12%
12

10%
84%
63%
62%

July 30
July 25
July 31
July
July
July
July 31
July 31
July 31

52%
95% July
95% July

31
18

102%

66

i

Mar. 29

7K Mar. 29
Mar.

Apr.

May

P
27

Mar.

Mar. 13

78% Jan.
79

14%

25
1?

Jan.

7
21

11
10

4
2
8
8
16% Jan.
3
14% Jan.
Jan.
2
June 24
June 25
64

it*

Jan.

#
63

June 22

53% June 24
96

June

7

95% June 20

11 102% May 23

54

53

13%

June 19
June 21

8
16
3
1

101% Jan.

J

F

22,000 {♦St Paul Ac K C Short L guar 4M>194i

12%

66

37

13% Sale

13% July 31

14% July

9

11% Mar. 26

17% Jan.

8

'it Paul Minn Ac Manitoba—

D
j
j

108% Sale
103

104%

99% 102% 102%
117% Sale 118

J

87

Sale

J

108

Sale

4anta Fa Presc Ac Phenix 1st is..1942

Schulco Co guar

j

29,000
9,000
19,000

Stamped

-----

89
Sale
109% Sale

117

July
July

108

July
July

104% Apr,

29 108% July
5 104% July
3 101% July
1 118% July
89
11
July
1 109% July

101

May
99% Jan.

,

113

6M>...........1946

Guar sinking fund 6M« B

Stamped

108

For footnotes, see page 33.

"43% "48%

36

43%

36

1946

A

O

36
36

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

Sclo Vail Ac N E 1st guar g 4s




j

.......

...1989 MN

113

i

42

48

43 ^

48%
114% 113% 114%
40

45

48% "July "12
49% July
9
42
July
6
40
July
5

50

50

July
July
July

50

July

56

Jan.

74% Mar.

100% Jan.

M S

"7",006

July
July

106% Sale

9
9

Jan.

34

June

29

Apr.
May
May

28

109% Jan.

109% June 17
104% July 30
102
May 23
118% July 31
89
July 31
109% July 11
112% May
50
July
50
July
50
July
50
July
115

Feb. 25

N. Y. STOCK

32
Sales in

July
Value

Loto
\from

BONDS
g*

EXCHANGE

N. T. STOCK

EXCHANGE—BONDS

July 1

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

SINCE JAN.

1

1933

to

July 1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

July 31

Highest

July 311935
%
2,000 •{♦Seaboard Air Line let 0
♦Certificates of deposit

25",600
'

4,000

23,000
349,000
98,000
44,000

A

O

A

2%

6%
5%
Sale
Sale

♦Certificates of deposit

-----

1945

♦1st Ac cons 4s series A

♦Certificates of deposit

4s-May 1933

•♦Atlan-Blrm Dlv 1st g

M S

m"£

5%a A....1948 F A
f deb 5s
1953 M N
Shell Union OH a f deb 5a
1949 MN
Shluyetsu El Pow 1st 0%a—
1953 I D
J
•♦Siemens 8c Halske sec a f g 7s.. 1935 J
Sharon Steel Hoop s f

——1951

♦Debenture s f 4 Ha

M S

1st 5s—1949 F A
gold *%•
1944
SUesian-Am Corp coll tr g 7s.
1941
Sinclair Cons Oil 7s series A..—1937
1st lien coll 4Ha aeries B
1938
Shelly Oil deb s f 5H«
—WW
South 8c Nor Ala cons guar 5s— .1934
Gen cons guar 69-year 5s
1943
Sierra 8c San Fran Power

♦Silesia-Elec Corp

J

J

J

8~66o

D

m

e

M

P

M 4s

ser

J

J

I

J

27

Sale
Sale

14% July 31
13% July
8

4% July

Sale Prices

11

May
9
15% Feb. 13
10
May
7
10% June 11

4% July

20

Feb.

8

2
9Q

6% July
2
5% July 31
16
July 31
4

s

♦Gen ref 5s

ser

08% Sale
00% Sale
32
Sale
36% Sale
75% Sale

Sale

Sale

84%
74%

Sale

D.

...

—

July

3

18

Feb.

17

Jan.

20

Jan.
Jan.

20

26

9

Jan.

8

Jan.

3
2

11% Jan.

Mar. 29

10

2% Mar. 21

3

3% Jan.

July 11
Apr. 24

8% Apr. 11

8
24
3

7

Jan.

7

17% Jan.

28

Sale

Sale

#

A
J
I

J

78%
76%

M S
M S

F

A

J

J

J

D

J

41% Sale
108

6%
104

4% May 27

S

D

J
fl

D

99
100%
102% Sale
111% 112113%
105% 106""

92

117%

88%
D
S

90

100%

20%
101%
94%

A..1955

Tol W Ya At Ohio 1st guar 4s C..1942 M S
Tor Ham At Buff 1st 4s
1944 I D

1949 M

■

1

•

9

4Hs——.1943 MN
194* MN

/ 4s

Va

J
1st Ar land gr g 4s. 1947 J
First At refunding 4s
June 3008 M 8

Union Pac RR

1947 J

Gold 4H«

J

M P
J

I")

A O
¥

S

M

8
J
J

N

53

100

98%
111%
115%
105%
88%
104

94

99%
119
115%
90
93%
89% 93%
Sale
93%
100% 98%
Sale
56%
Sale
24%
Sale
101%
95
94%

4% May 28
98% July 30
105% Mar. 5

102% Jan.

103% June

80

Mar.

1

76% Jan.

88

June 14

58

76

Apr. 29

Jan.

50% Feb. 15
July 25
39% Feb. 16

41% May
103% Jan.
25% June

113

60

112

Feb.

11

104

Jan.

105

45% Mar.
101% July
101% July
98% Jan.
103% Apr.

Jan.

7
25

103% June 18
104% Jan. 14
116% Mar. 6

Jan.

Apr.

5 110

Jan.

109% July 19
100% July 31
82
July 31
86
July 31
5
76x8 July
76
July
5
75J July
6
105% July
8
107% July 10

July
July
July
8
July
8
July
8
July
12
July
13
76
July
27
99
July
26
42
July
11 108% July
24
7
July
30 104
July
8

w*
97
90

9
11
1

ilH
tr

9
17
1

18% July
41% July

1 e21% July 18
5 46% July 31

103% July
119% July

1 104% July 11
July 23
9 121

59% July
120% July

July 31
8 63
31 121% July 19

100% 100
Sale

98

111% 111%
114%
Sale
105%
Sale
87%
Sale
103%
Sale

93

117% 116%
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

102
95

90

89%
89%
98%
52%
20%
101

94%

July
July
July
July
July

4

Mar. 30

Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Mar. 13

Mar. 13

Apr.
Feb.

*88

Jan.

9

July

31

June

17

86% July 31
5
76% July
76
July
5
6
75% July

June 19
3 106
18 107% June 15

98% July
97
July
103% Jan.
62% Jan.

Mar.
July
July
28
July
35% July
35% July
73% July
72
July
97
July
29
July
107
Apr.
89
97

77

6

102

81
86

Jan.

Jan.

92% Mar.
88
103

Jan.
Mar.

67

Jan.

111

Jan.

9
11
9

8
7
10
4

30
6
8
21

4
9% Jan.
104% Feb. 15

June
Mar.

Sale

81

13
39

Apr"."~9 "21% Jul"y"l8
May

103% July
ire

Jan.

7

54% Mar. 18
113

Jan.

48

Mar. 12

1104% July 11
11 121
Mar. 23
63

Jan.

5 121% July
102

10
19

July
July

Jan.
Jan.

104

5 111% July

Jan.

112

Feb.

116

May 23
July
2
May 10
July 19

106

June 25

17 101

23 104
3 116
9 106
17

94%
July
July 22 104%
3
July
99%
July 26 118
2
July
93%
2
93
July
July 11 93
5 100
July
1
58
July
1
24%
July
2 102
July
July 11 95%

17
2
24
July 19
2
July
5
July
1
July
July 31
9
July
July 31
July 31
July
July
July
July
July
July

2
83
80% July
July 13
100%
100% July 12 100% July 12
91
Sale" 90% July 22 94% July
"94% Sale
1
107
107%
100
102% 100% 101% 100% July
8 102% July 27
118%
116%
94
88
86
90
88%
85% July
July
8
102
102% 103% 104
103% July 19
101% July
83
86
88
86
88%
88% July 30
July
83
89
90%
85
86%
88% July 23
July

81%

Sale

-----

Utlca Elec Lt At Pr 1st

Sale

106

Sale

21

Mar.
Mar.

May
Feb.

Apr.
Mar,
Mar.

96 V Jan.

24

104% Jan. 24
99% July 31
Feb. 21
120
93% July 31
8
93% Jan.
Jan.

7

Apr.

93%
100%
58%
26%

Jan.

Jan.

103

Mar. 11

Mar.
Jan.

June

Jan.

72
81

Apr.

103

Jan.

96% Jan.
112% Jan.
70
100

81

95% July

Jan.

100% Apr.

Jan.
Feb.
June

80% June

June 21
Feb. 14

101

7

8

June 11
Jan.
4

94% July

1

Jan.

8

103

27
117% Apr. 24
94
May 10
103% July 19

102% July

Mar.

2

90% Mar.

1

96

5s.

4s A.......

Consol 4s Series B_

10,000 •♦Vera Cruz Ac Pacific 1st 4%al
•♦July 1914 coupon off..
94"666 ♦Vertlentes Sugar 7s ctfs
61,000 Va Elec & Power 5s series B...
1st Ac ref M 5s series A
187,000
...I
Secured conr 5H«
53,000
13,000 Valron Coal Ac Coke 1st g Ss.I
37,000 Virginia Midland general 5s...
For footnotes, tee page 33.

Sale
Sale

119
111

Sale

106% Sale

106

105

Sale

106

114% 114% 115
104
103% Sale
106
107% Sale
Sale
91 '
94%
110% 112% 110%
28
26%
27%
94% Sale
98%
99%
99%
36
35%
36
35%
34% 35% 34

Sale

105%
113%
102%
Sale
105%
Sale
90%
111% 110%

116

Sale

104
July 17
8
108% July
95
July
112% July
28% July
98% July
100
July
July
July
July

104
July 17
8
108% July
95
July 18
2
112% July
30% Feb. 23
98% July 29
100
July 24
Feb. 18
43

27

Sale
101

35%
36%
Sale

94%
99%
34%
35%
34

120% July
112
July
107% July
108
July
115
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

"28%
Sale

Sale

26%
Sale

90% Sale

120% 122%

24

July
35
July
87% July
88% July

120

3
1
1
1

48

.1941 A

Sale

44% Sale
O

.1955 F A
.1957 MN

.1934

78% Sale
105%

-I.

IS::::

!l942

12% Sale

.1954 J D
.1955 A O

.1944 J

J

.1949 M

P

.193e M N

108

Sale

107% Sale
112% 114
58%
101% 102

121

51

Sale

47% Sale
82%
106%
106%
2%
2%
9%
196%
105%
109%

Sale

July
46% July
43% July

Feb.

135

July 23
35
July
1
92
July 20
93% July 18

41%

78

July

83

July

_____

10%
9%
107% 106%
Sale
105%
110% 109%
61%
58%
lpi
Sale
100%

July
July
July
July
July
July

2% July
12%
108%
107%
111%

July
July
July
July
64
July
101% July

9

Mar.

5

94% Feb. 23

23

2

Mar.

4

9

9

19

July 20
93% July 18
5
116% Apr.
3
122% July
52
July
8
48% July 31

102% Feb.
2% July

18

92

8 122% July
3
52
13
July
8
15 48% July 31

2

21

June 17

31% Feb.

27

.....

Feb.

Feb.

II

116

*47

.

—

96% Apr.
9
109% Jan. 15
1
106% Feb.
23
May 18
120% July 30
113% Apr. 30
108% Feb. 20
108
July 22

*588

107

87% Sale
88% Sale

10
1
10

93% 94% 93% July 30 96
July
.104% Sale
July
104% July 16 107
Sale
105% July 15 106% July

119% 119%
111% Sale

35

5s...............—1959
con?

107

1957

g5Hs...

«

Sale

1950

s f g 5s
Utlca G At El ref At ext 5s
Utilities Pow & Ltg deb

167,000 Vanadium Corp (Am)

94

23

2,000
178,000 Utah Light At Trac 1st At ref 5s..1944
476,000 Utah Power At Light 1st 5s
1944




35% July

1

11

134

•Unlrersal Pipe 8c Rad deb 4s...1934
•Unterelbe Power At Ltg 6s
..1953

Vandaiia consol

103% Jan.

\r

■.

•{♦Union Sler Ry Chic 1st 5s
1945 A O
Union Oil Cal 30-yr 4s ser A May 1942 F A

Debenture

Sale

104% Sale

J

•

103%

Sale
62% 63
121% Sale
120% Sale

O

conr

35

108%
6%

59

94%

108® J

July 30
July 18
3
July
1
July
July 12
July 12
July 25
July 18
July 24
1
July
1
July
6
July
8
July
July 17

103

.1937 J

Truax-Traer Coal

7
Sale

Sale
r22% Sale
Sale
46
42% Sale
102%
102%
Sale
103% Sale" 104
118% 120
120%

♦Adjustment income 8a. ..Jan 1^60 A
ser

Sale

98%

July

35% July
75
73% July
July
74% 72
Sale
97
July
Sale
29
July
Sale
107% July
7
6% July
Sale
103
July

"18%

J

Third Are RR 1st gold 5s....

79

99%

D

M

2% Mar.

99

1940 J

Toho Elec Power (Ltd) 7s

05% Sale

28

5H« A..1964 M

Third Are 1st ref 4s....

75% Sale
74% Sale

1
107% July
1
98% July
77% July 22
83% July 25
73% July 12
73 % July 20
72% July 22
1
104% July
107% July 10

Sale

....1979

Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term

Sale
Sale

1977

Gen At ref 5s series C
Gen Ac ref 5s

Sale

80

Sale

3000

5s

107%

Sale

4HS..1939

B

ser

ll6%

15

Sale

41% Sale

g 5s ..........1943

Texas Ac Pacific 1st g

Sale

A

5Hs A guar.1950
deb 5s.
1944

cons

59%
Dl%
01%
02%
04%

Sale

101%
102%
104%
113%

A

g 5s...............1944
1 gold 4s
1953

Texas At N O

59

101 %

97% July
97
July
77
July

Texarkana Ac F S Ry
Texas Corp cons

27

Sale

cons

Gen ref

58%

28%

Sale

......1944 M

Term RR Assn of St L 1st g

UJ*
27

Sale

4%
2
98%
89% July
Sale
1 104%
103% July
Sale
Sale
102% July 20 103%
87%
July 11
86% 86
70
67% July 30 67%
July 23
43%
Sale z42
1 113
Sale
111% July
30
28% July 11 29
5
59%
59% z58% July
101% July 23 101%
Sale
Sale
101% July 22 101%
102
July 12 103
103
8 104%
104% July
6 114%
114
116
July

97% Sale

7,000 ♦{♦United Rys St L 1st g 4s
1934
941,000 U S Rubber 1st At ref 5s series A..1947 J
2,000 United Steamship 15-yr 4s
1937 M
51,000 ♦United Steel Wks g 4H« ser A..1951 J
34,000
♦4M« series C
—.1951 J
48,000
♦Sinking fund deb 4He Ser A..1947 J
United Stl Wks(Burbach) s f g 7s 1951

"2",666

3 % July

Sale

"90"" Sale"

Tenn Elec Power 1st 6s series A.. 1947 J

1st Hen Ac reJ 5a...... ...June 3008
40-year gold 4s
1068
140,000 Uuited Biscuit (Amer) deb 5s
1950
665,000 United Drug Co (Del) 5s........1953
2,000 U N J RR Ac Canal Co gen 4s
.1944

441,000
1,024,000

Sale Prices

14% July 30

2% Feb.

4%
4%
5%
4%

J

30,000 UJlgawa Elec Power secured 7s_. 1945 M 8
82,000 Union El Lt At Pow (Mo) g 5s
1957 A O
60,000 Union Elec L At P (111) 1st 5Hs...1954 J J

23",660

3% Sale

4

13

Sale

67%
41%

Sale

Tenn Coal Iron Ac RR gen 6s.....1951 J

Tenn Copper A Chem-—
Cons deb 4s aerie* B

•

120,000
168,000
12,000
191,000

8
11
15
1
3

Sale

103 %
87 %

104% Sale
107%

MN

A or B. 1947 A O

9,000 ♦Tyrol Hydro-Elec Power 7Hs
1955
♦Guar sec s f 7a ..............1952
12,000

393.000

Sale

July
July
July
July
10% July

14

2%
2%
4% Sale

"43%

103%

Sale

O

A

1950

•

9
10

3%
97%
34%
32%
35%
61%
41%

M N

Swift & Co 1st M 3%s

Tenn Cent Ry 1st

90

MN

J
1945 J
1936 M R

♦Studebaker Corp conv deb 6s

64,000 Trumbull Steel 1st

62",660

a1H
Sale

J

J

•{♦St«rena Hotel 1st 4s series A. 1945

Trenton Gas At Elec 1st 5s

~

Sale

8

12% July
13
July

14

3 %

Tokyo Bloctrlc Light (Ltd)
1st Mb I Series
June 16 1951
275,000
2,000 Toledo Ar Ohio Cent 1st g 5s....1935
27,000 Tol St L Ac West 1st g 4s
1950 A O

"9",660

11

3%

Shell Pipe Line s

First

6%
4%

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

13% July

14

-—WW

58,000 Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 5s—1951 1

18,000
351,000
13,000
12,000
69,000
290,000
318,000
77,000
21,000
142,000
175,000
287,000
53,000
252,000
531,000
39,000
28,000

13

O

A O

Sunburv it Lewlston 1st g 4s

52,000
13,000

14

A

F

100,000 South BellT 8c T 1st s f 5a—_—1941
141,000 Southern Colorado Power 1st g 4s *47
352,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug. *49
1st 4Hs (Oregon Lines) ser A..1977
883,000
Gold 4Hs
1,151,000
-WAS
Gold 4%«
576,000
May 1 1969
Gold 4Hs
1,501,000
W81
San Francisco Term 1st 4s....1950
82,000
2,000 So Pac of Calif 1st cons 5s
1937
South Pac Coast guar 4a
1937
798",660 South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4s
1955
48 stamped
2,000
-.1955
932,000 Southern Ry 1st cons 5s—.——1994
Derel 8c gen 4s series A.......1954
1,501,000
Devel 5c gen 4s series A.—...1954
504,000
953,000
Derel 8c gen 4Hs series A—1954
8,000
Memphis DIr 1st g 5s
1996
St Louis Dlr 1st g 4s
244,000
1951
:
East Tenn reorg lien 5a—..—1938
34,000
Mobile 8c Ohio coll tr 4s
1938
86,000
80,000 Southw Bell Telep 1st 8c ref 5s.—1954
23,000 {♦Spokane Internet 1st g 5s.... 1955
418,000 Stand OH (N Y) det>4%a
'—1951
Staten I si Ry 1st gu g 4 Ha
1943

353", 606

14% Sale

Oct 1949
,———1959

—

♦Certificates of deposit..

38~666

13%

O

Series B

883,000

\ty<

A

•♦Refunding g 4s

Ask

16

16

1 Sea board-All Pla 1st 4s A...—1935
♦Certificates of deposit...
—
39,000

226,000
162,000
76,000
60,000
3,000
25,000
67,000
7,000
44,000
139,000
89,000
115,000
17,000
5,000

16

----

•♦Stamped 4s.—
———1950
♦Certificates of deposit
♦Adjustment 5s

63",600

Ask Bid

4a —1950

Jan.

3%
105%
105%
109%
56%
100%

Feb.
Jan.
July
July
May
July

102% Feb.
4% Jan.
4

Jan.

7
7
18

16% May 27
108% July 12
107% June 22
114

Mar. 30

64
July 17
102% Mar. 15

N. Y. STOCK

Aug., 1935]
Sales in

July 1

1933

JulyS 11935
$

Bid

98

11,000 Vm A Southwest 1st Soar 5s....3003
43,000
First cons 5s.
..............1958
287,000 Virginian Ry 1st 6s ssr A
1962
1st mtgs 4%a series B ........1942
36,000

J

J

A

O

487,000 IWabesh RR 1st gold 5s
119,000
'Second gold 5s

M N

July 31

July 1

to

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Ask Bid
-----

70
111 J* Sale
104
105

MN
MN

h% Sale
1%
73%
854
64

1939
F A
1939
3
J
48.1954
1941 J J
J
J
36,000
Des Moines Die 1st g 4s.......1939
Omaha Die 1st g 3Hs._.......1941 A O
23,000
Tol A Chic Die 1st g 4s
1941 M 8
M S
329",600 l+Wabash Ry ref Ac gen
A..1975
'Certificates of deposit....
11,000
'Ref & gen 5s (Feb *32 coup) B.1974 FA
344,000
'Certificates of deposit.........
24,000
'Ref 8r gen 4%s series C......1978 AO
248,000
'Certificates of deposit.
35,000
♦Ref 4c gen 5s series D
1980 AO
296,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........
15,000
24,000 'Walworth Co 4Hs serA(wlth war)*35 A O
♦Without warrants...........
1,000
♦1st s f 4s series
..1945 AO
161,000
1,000
♦Deposit receipts..........
1st lien 50-year gold carta
Det A Ch Ex 1st g 5s

2

172,000
126,000
1,000
11,000
2,000

Warner

Quintan

cone

deb 6s....1939

cone

....1941 M

Sale

111

Sale

104?!

105

95% Sale
795! Sale
60 %

Sale Prices
97
July 25

Sale

69?! Sale
57
21

Sale

18

Sale

17%
Sale

59 54

"18"

21)4 Sale
19)4 Sale
20?! Sale

Sale

20)4 Sale

18
18
Sale
Sale

Sale
19

47% Sale
47%
63)4 Sale

95)4 July 31
81
July 17

93)4 July
73

July

62
July
1
57)4 July 22

71% July
59?! July

17
July
16 H July
17
July

21)4 July 31
18
July 30
July 31
July 31
July 31

12
29
22
15% July 17
17
July 12
16
July
17
July 22
15
July 11
47
July
J
47
July 22
63)4 July 22
65
July 30

93)4 "92"

106)4

106)

July
80
81
July
93)4 92
July
106% July

94

110
July
122)4 120?! July
Sale
106
July
119)4 Sale
121% 122% 119
July
108)1 108?! 106% 106% 106)4 July
Sale
107
105
108)4 107
July

Ml*
107 *

110H

122
108

122

110% July 30
122% July 29

107

107% July

Sale

Sale

J

Sale

Sale

J

Sale

O

Sale

1946 M

8

Sale

118,000
220,000
173,000
422,000
686,000
49,000
118,000
30,000
13,000
2,000
39,000
112,000
438,000
5,000
8,000

Western Union coll tr As........ 1938

i""J

Sale

Fund Ac real est 4%a gold..... 1950 MN
15-year 4Hs gold............. 1936 F A
5s...................... 1951 3 D

Sale

1960 M S
J
1953 3

Maryland 1st g 4s.........

18
108?! July 2
109% July
9

.......

West Shore 1st 4s guar......... 2361 3
2361 I

102 H

103)4

Sale

L08

109

Sale

Wheel ALB Ref 4%a ser A

Refunding 5s

Sale

97%

37
Sale

30

J
J

78

75

ser

.....

B..

...

1966 M S
1974 M S

Erie RR 1st con g 4s.. 1949 M
1948 J

8

3
Wheeling Steel Corp 1st 5)48 A..
1st and ref 4)48 series B....... 1953 A O
1
J
White Sewing Mach deb 6s w w.. 1936

Sale

Wheel A L

99

83%

Sale

"94"

J
Without warrants......
Partlc s f deb 6s_............. 1940 MN
...

81H

108

July
[00% 100)4 103% July
99
July
L00?! Sale
QO
96
July
92
lOO" 93
July
79% July
81%
89

98
105

July

103x8

Sale

.........

_

95% July 13

102)1

103)

Sale

Gold 5s

9 106

zl05?4 July
106 % 106% July 27
Sale
31% July 23
Sale
32% July 19
Sale
103% July
Sale
93% July
Sale
l01?4 July
Sale
95% July
93
July
Sale
July 20
33% 32
81 % July
Sale
1
80
77% July 13
103% 102?! July 23
104
103% July 29

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

'Westphalia Un El Pow 6s
Registered

105% July

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

Gold

24.000

t

Sale

2

120 % July

Sale

J

11?!

333,000

t'Wickwlre-Spen St'l Co 7s.Ian
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank.....
742,000
36,000 Wllkeo-Barre A East 1st gu g 5s.
37,000 Wilmar A Sioux Falls 1st 5s.....
124,000 Wilson A Co 1st s f 6s series A...

5l",606

J

9)4 Sale

MN

2

50

May 10

47

D

1938 J
1941 A

J

Sale

O

Sale

106% July
10854 July
34

24

Sale

3

80

July

91

June

106
114

8

'Certificates of deposit

578H

3

A

O

94)4 Sale

3

95

485,000 Toungstown Sheet ATu 1st 5s A1978

r
n

Law

on

1970 J

..

Deferred delivery sale, not Included in

Interest payable at
sterling.

year's

the exchange

rate of $4.8665 to the £

Companies reported as being in bankruptcy,
receivership, or being reorganized under Section 77
of the Bankruptcy Act, or securities assumed by
t

such companies.
*
*

.

Negotiability impaired by maturity.
Bond selling flat.




Mar.

July

Jan.

17
16

July

9
24

July

Feb.

18
17
21
Mar.
4
Jan.
8

3

July

Feb.

5

83% July
80

3

4

7
July 29
July
9
July 24
July 18
July 14

Jan.

29

99% July 18
97% July 17
37

21

May 23
Jan.

96% July
103

5

Apr.
4
July 19
July 23

33% July
105

18

Mar. 11

106)_
10554

Feb.

10
_

_

zl02)4 July 18

June 21

May
July
July
July
July

8% May

1654 July 27

8

15
18
23
30
25

Sale

10)4 July
7% July
6?! July

5
19
15

7
36

Mar.
Mar.

16 % July

27

15% July 29

108%
104%
754
754
4)4
454

Jan.

4

105% July

9

48

102% Jan.

110%
108 %
13)4
10%
7)4
7%

July
Mar.
Mar.
July
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 4
May 8
Jan.
4
Jan
30
Jan. 21
May 13

57)4
98% Sale
99

Sale

94% July
94% July

1
1

99
99

July 29
July 31

89)4 Apr.
89% Apr.

5
4

99

July 29
99% Jan.
9

July 19 at 28.
at 65?!.

Denver & Rio Grande, 4%s.
Dominican 5%a 1942, July 26

Cuba 5s, 1949, July 12 at 94%.
Houston Belt & Term. 5s, July 5 at
Stevens Hotel 6s. July 31 at 22%.

July 18 at 48.
Framerican 754s, July 22 at 107?!.
Meridionale Elec 7s, July 27 at 57, and July 2
at 71%.
Norddeutsche Lloyd 6s, July 5 at 77.
Norwegian Hydro Elec 5%s, July 31 at 96%.
Prague 754s, July 12 at 103 54
Rotterdam 6s, July 17 at 111.
Siemens & Halske 654s, July 6 at 41)4.
Silesian-Am Corp 7s, July 9 at 5754.
West N Y & Penn 5s, July 1 at 105)4.
Wheeling & L E 454s, July 2 a. 103.

sales, in which no account is taken in
computing the range, are given below:

Fla Cent & Penin 5s,

105)4.

range.

t Accrued

July

5

eCash

New York Curb.

Cash sale not included in year's range.
Under the rule sale, not included in year g

range.
a

Mar.

103 54 July 29
1
July
2 1083
July 29
2 105
July 18
2 101
July 23
23 96
July 30
17 95
July 25
23 89

8% July 22
7)4 July 16
6% July
8

8X

Worcester A Conn East Ry 4Kb .1943 3

*

July 10
July 22

July 31
May 28
May 21
July
1

Mar.

32% Apr.

July

J

'Certificates of deposit....

1st M 5s series B

June 14

9
68% July
65
July 30

July
6
July 19
July 23

8)4 July
1 15% July 29
41?! July 31 46% July 10
104% July
1 10554 July
9
108)1 July 25 108% July 1

46)4

1942 3

'Sup A Dul Die A Ter 1st 4s .1936 MN

318,ObO

8% July

15

JO*

Jan.

36

1935

Winston-Salem 8 B 1st 4s....... 1960 J
t'Wisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4s.. 1949 3

4,000
4,000

13)4

Sale

3

Mar. 27

10)4 Mar. 18

i'WIckwtre-Spencer Steel 1st 7s. 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank

18
Mar. 25

Apr.

Mar. 19

80

107

110..

12

6254 June 26
83% May 20
21% July 31
18
July 30
July 31
July 31
July 31
July 30
July 31

July

47

Sale

13

1054 Mar. 18
11?! Mar. 29
1354 May 16

18

July 10
Apr. 17
July 30
July 29

32

38

91%

30

17

Feb.

Apr. 30
July 13

103% Feb.
10654 Apr.
105
Jan.
11554 Jan

80

25% July

80

Jan.

12% Mar. 29

Feb. 20

July

106% July 10

July

Sale

First Ac ref 5^s series A...... 1977 I
5s....... 1937 3
1943 A
General
♦Assented

45% Apr. 27

28
3

Feb. 27

48% Mar.

64

29

39)4 Sale

Western Electric deb 5s......... 1944 A O
1952 A O
West

gold 4s

89% Mar. 29 96%
4
81
57% Apr.
53% Jan. 24 56
98% Jan. 15 101
53
Feb. 14 71%

33

22

Jan.

July 31
July 10
July
6
'July
1
July
9

66

106

July
July

Jan.

36% Mar. 18
65
July 30

25)4 32
46)4 Sale

8

Sale Prices
June 21

68% July
9
65
July 30

Sale

191,000
785,000
307,000
16,000
58,000
138,000
106,000

♦Western Pacific 1st 5s ser A

50
47

80

1st 5s series E_...............1943 M
1st 5s series O
1954 3 D

West N Y Ac Penn 1st g

13
1

July 30
20% July 31
16% July 22

60

32,000
71,000
28,000

3

Sale Prices

98
94
July
8
May
9 100
6354 July 19 84
19 68)4 July
8
111
July
2 110)4 Mar. 13 113
July 22 112
104% July 12 104 H July 29 103% June
3 106

64 H Sale

F A
Wash Term 1st guar 3Hs
If
F A
1st 40-year guar 4s
.......19
J
1939 J
32",000 Wash Wat Pow 1st ref 5s
53,000 Westchester Light gold 5s
..1950 J D
1946 M 8
19,000 West Penn Pow 1st 5s series A

H......... 1961

Sale Prices

1.

Highest

63)4 July

77

Warren R R 1st ref gu g 3H>.. ..2000 F A
Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s.........1948 QM

1st mtge g 4s series

Lowest

64

Sale

deb 4sl939 M S
M 8

Wart en Bros Co deb 4s

66

9U Sale

........

Warner Bros Pictures

Ask

97% Sale

Highest

Lowest

100J4

0

......

2,171,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

BONDS

July
Value

33

EXCHANGE—BONDS

%

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account is
taken in computing the range for the year,

are given below:
Adriatic Elec 7s, July 1 at 7854.

%
Belgium 7s 1956. July 24 at 107) .
Bremen 7s 1935, July 5 at 3954.
Chili Mtge Bk 6?!s. July 9 at 12)4.
Czechoslovak 8s 1951, July 11 at 105.

New

York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING JULY 1935.
Stock Sales

1935

;

July

-Shares

Jan. 1 to

July 31

Inaccordance with

-

a

Bond Sales

1934

29,427,720
154,276,102

21,113,076
234,390,398

July
Jan. 1 to July 31--

1935

----

rule or the Stock Exchange, effective Oct. 3 1915, all stocks are now

------

—

1934

$235,675,000
1,910,627,000

$263,752,000
2,322,913,700

Quoted dollars per share.

Prices

are on basis of 100-share

lots except In the case of stocks which sell only In a small way.
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
are shown In a footnote in the month In whloh they occur.
No account Is taken of such sales In computing the range for the year.

regular monthly range

AGGREGATE
In

Jan.

July

STOCKS

Low from
July 1 1933

H. T. STOCK EXCHAN QE

to

1
Par

180

7,100
16,500
39,300
3,800
10,900
1,400
48,600
700

27,800
2,700
200

1,500
1,000

32,800
19,200

Preferred
Acme

Adams

54,700
7,300
106,900
6,900
9,900
200

16,500
8,600
36,300
1,110
10,200
510

35,800
2,700
57,000
28,900
8,800
1,200
3,500

Express

.......

30
89

25

21

*

..

Preferred
Adama Mlllia

65

•

14*
6

3*
4%

Affiliated Products..
Air Reduction

34*
113

4*

100

Addreaaograph Multlgraph 10
Advance Rumely
Inc...........

80 *

Air-Way Elec Appll Corp....♦

*
15*

Alasica

A P

Juneau

W Paper

Gold

Mln.10

Co

•

tAllegheny Corp..

...•

2j|

Pref series A $30 warr'ta .100
Pref series A $40 warr'ta 100

2

Pref series A $30 ex-war .100

1*
6*

$2.50 prior conv pref.....*

44,400
178,300
17,000
103,600
22,400
520,300
31,900
36,200
5,900
156,300
83,000
281,400
12,691
53,300
4,520
321,800
11,700
169,800
75,700
27,500
14,600
34,200

800

100

.........

Steel Co.—

Alleghany Steel

...»
Allied Chem 8c Dye........_•

13*
107*

...

§00

650
210
-

11,500
1,000
10

44,300
36,600
15,600
18,400
1,300
1,200
3,900
10,700
14,600
4,100
32,800

•

34,500
13,900
24,100
11,700
3,700
20,300
1,000

Alpha Portland Cement
*
Amalgamated Leather......1

11*

16*
2*
24*

Preferred
Amerada

2*

—.—.50
——*

(Del).*

Corp

u*
27
20

Amer Agric Chemical

American Bank Note..
10
Preferred
..——.50
Am Brake S & F

Preferred

»

——.....—100

80

.....100

120
10

Preferred
Amer Car 8c

Foundry.....

Preferred

»

100

American Chain..

43,100
1,480
7,000
11,800
1,800
9,000
88,400
15,500
41,700
800

'

1,600
1,900
132,700
3,300
16,700
23,200
900

2,000
6,500
2,000

Amer Locomotive

207,000
5,990
42,300
90,700
14,700
70,800
657,915
84,700
237,400
15,300
17,800
11,890
522,400
23,900
112,000
188,700
20,500
15,430
35,560
6,500

Sale
Sale

126* 127
142* Sale

160

159

65
37

Sale
Sale

Sale

24* Sale

39*

Sale
10

56

Sale

15

Sale
Sale

43*

89*

89*

92* Sale

20
2

30
3*

35

34* 35
3*
3*
24* Sale

,

20*

6*
32

4*
150

125

2

4
26

11*
3*
10*

$

24*

_2*
22

4*
1*

100

32
12
3

3

«

6% Conv preferred—...100

63

American News N Y Corp...*

20*

Light.

$6 preferred

10*
8*
9*
107*
12*
33*

.._*

$5 preferred
»
Am Radiator Ac Stand San..*

Preferred

100

Am

Rolling Mill...
American Safety Razor
American Seating

25
•

•

2

American Shipbuilding ....*

15

Amer Smelt Ac

Refining,

_

American Snuff

.,

Preferred.

Foundries*.

Preferred

20*
10*
4*
22*
33*
3*
32
Sale
6* Sale

2*

13*
47
22

3

14
48*
Sale

23

Sale

19* Sale
14* Sale
143

150

19*

Sale

84

Sale
Sale

8

22*
42

23*
Sale

115* Sale

43

106

74
140

Sale
Sale

16

Sale

10*

IIIlOO

Stores..
._____*
American Sugar Refinlng.100
Preferred
100
ToH_.

Class B
..............___25

....100

Founders.—!..*

Preferred.......
Am Wat Wks Ac El
1st preferred.

American Woolen.
Preferred

tAm Writing Paper
preferred

Amer Zinc, Lead Ac
Preferred

33*
45*
102
11

Amer Telep Ac
TelegllIIIIlOO
American Tobacco
25

.

52
»

ina

"""

98*
63*
64*
105
2*
7

•

-IHIIioo
Co."inc. 1
•

Smeitllll
25

4*
35*

2*
3
31

4*
32*
10*
27*
10*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

25* Sale
35* Sale
2* Sale
25

Sale

8* Sale
2*

137

25* July
July

151

125

July

4* July
57*
22*
17*
2*
28*
61*
44*
26*

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

60* July
29* July
125* July
137* July
157
July
16* July
39* July
10
July
71
July
89* July

12 30* July
3 162
July
5 127
July
5* July
2
1
61* July
3
27* Jmy
2
18* July
13
3* July
23
28* July
20 67* July
6 49
July
16 29
July
12 65* July
2 37* july
1 128* July
1 145
July
5 159* July
2 25* July
2
57* July
2
15* July
81
18
July
2 93
July

2* July

15

13* July
47* July
22
July
8
July
7* July
18* July

2
8

Sale

28* Sale
17* Sale
152*
24
93

Sale
Sale

8* Sale
24* Sale
42* Sale
138

Sale

115* 117
74* 75
135

138

51

Apr.

4* Mar. 15
84* Jan.
2
28
8

June
Jan.

1

8

10
5

106* July

1

28* July
3* July

10

23

ju/y

12
1

19* July
1
14* July
1
150
July
5 152*
18* July
3
24*
83 * July
5
95*
8
July
1
9*
22* July 15 24*
40* July
3
44*
133
July 16 138*
114
July 24 116*
73* July
3
75*
138* July 11 143

15
8*
Mar. 18 149*
Apr.
3
1*
July 25 ac20*
June 24
3*
Mar. 30
1*
7
Mar. 21
2
Mar. 27
6*
1* Mar. 28
6*
6* Apr.
2 12*

Mar.;13

Mar. 14

6*
61*
27*
20*
3*

June 25

33

June 17

Mar. 13
Mar. 13

13
31
23
23
30
23
22
25
31
31
31
31
22

48* Jan. 11
41* June 1

70*
57*

13* Jan.

29

21

18* Sale
105* Sale
37* Sale

31
31
30
24
24
30
22
24
31
31
31
30

*

Jan.

4

7
9
8

7

Jan.
2
Jan.
5
May 14

15 145

4 168

Mar. 13

25*
57*
15*
85*

25* Mar. 13
30

38
66

Jan.
Feb.

5

8
22
17

June 28

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

13
10
23

96

65*
37*
8 128*

8

Jan.
July
July
Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
May
Feb.
July
July
July
July
July
May
July
July
July
Apr.

16
23
23
30
23
22
3
31
31
31
26
June
8

Jan. 11
Mar. 29

11
8

Mar. 26

14
18

3* May 17
3
17* June 11
5
2 127* June 14
30 78
July 22
3
Jan.
3
24
2
7* July 31
22 150
July 22
13
5* Jan.
3
15 33* July 26
14 11
July 27
30 27* July 31

33* Jan.

13

18
13

Jan.

10

6* May 22

13

27* May 22
35* July 30
4* Jan. 17
37 * Feb. 16
9
July 30

12
24
18
18

1* Mar. 13

6

Jan.

9

Mar. 13

32

Mar. 19

58

18

20* Jan.

9
July 31

18* Mar. 14
4* Apr.
4
4* Apr.
4

24* July 30
9* Apr. 26
9* Apr. 26
13* Mar. 15 21* May 21
72
Jan.
2 109* June 24
124
Jan.
3
30* May
7
4*
33*
28*
17*
152*
24*
95*
9*
26*
47*

1* Mar. 13
10* Mar. 13
8* Mar. 13

10* Mar. 13

July 25 134* Mar.

1

15* Mar. 18
66

Mar. 14

4* Mar. 12

July 31

20

July 24
July 30

31* Apr.

15

121
103

July 29
July 19

125

63

Mar. 14

3

Feb.
4 144
Feb. 14 117
76
Jan. 16
Feb. 20 143

15* July
2
12
Mar. 14
19* July 30
91* Sale
91* July
1 106
88
Feb.
4
July 27
36
36* Sale
July
3
33* Apr.
4
38* Juiy 19
54
59
Sale
Sale
54
July 23 59* July
54
July 23
2
133* 135* 131* July 22 138* July 10
137* 138
126* Jan.
3
20* Sale
22* Sale
20 * July
2
22* July 31
18* Jan. 29
124* Sale 130* Sale 124* July
1 132* July 31
98* Mar. 18
98
Sale
89* Sale
89* JulyY 1
72* Apr.
98* July 29
3
91* Sale
100* Sale
91* July! 1 100* July 31
74* Mar. 21
137
138* 140* Sale 137* July
9 140* July 31 129* Jan. 18
2*
4
4
3*
4*
July112
4* July 15
2* Mar. 18
15
Sale
12*
13*
9
Mar. 15
12* July
8 16* July 15
12* Sale
13* Sale
10* July 23
13* July
2
7* Mar. 13
70
Sale
68* July 25 74* July
71* Sale
48
Mar. 19
2
7
7*
7
8* Sale
July
3
4* Mar. 13
8* July 31
48
44
Sale
Sale
42* July
3
48* July 31
35* Mar. 18
* Sale
* July 17
* July 10
* Mar. 29
3* Sale
2H July
8
2* Mar. 15
3* July 10
4* Sale
3* July
3
3
Mar. 13
4* July 27
44
47* 40
July
9
48
July 27
31
Mar. 20

3* *3
zlH *3

18

32

12

151* Jan.
10

11

July
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Apr. 18 127* Feb. 27

26

110

Feb.

Jan. 12
30* June 19
Mar. 18 162
July 29

23

July 31
July 25
July
6

July

July 29
2
11* May 17
12* July 24

33* Jan.

6* Jan.

119

5

31

91

6

12

4* Mar. 18

43

July 31

7* July 31

104*
*
15*
1*
*
2*

21
5
29 125
24 122*
10
3*
10 x49
12
23
14
8
31
2*

2* July 25
18* July
58
July
24* July
9* July
8* July
21* July
109
July
29
July
4* July
33* Jmy
28* July
17* July

42

3

Jan. 10 114
Apr.
June 25
62* July

_July~i3
3* July 20
2* Mar.
24* july 30 27* July 13
22* Mar.
12* July 31
15* July
5
6* Feb.
114
July 30 123
July
6
57* Jan.
74
July 30 78
74
July 22
July
* July
3
1* July 23
* May
5* July
2
7* July 31
2* Apr.
150
July 22 150
July 22 150
July
2
Mar.
3* July 19
4* July 31
25
July
1 33* Juiy 26
14
Mar.
7* Jmy 22 11
July 27
3* Mar.
18* July 19 27* July 31
12
Mar.
9* July 18 10* July
8* Apr.
5
4 * July
5* July 30
2
2* Mar.
17
Mar.
22* July
2 25* July 31
33* July
1
35* July 30 i29* Apr.
3 * July
2* July 24
3
2* July
22
22
July 18 32
July
July
1
6* July
9
1
4* Mar.
July 30

3*

33

32
110

30

18* Sale
57* Sale
24* Sale
8* Sale
8*
8*
20* Sale

8* Sale
8
8*
18*
19*
106* Sale 110
27*
28*
28* 29
3* Sale
4* Sale

57

*

Sale
Sale

5

'

8*
Sale
10*
5*
23
Sale
Sale

135

American

.

Sale
Sale

74

1

150

f?H

l«l

Preferred...........100

Preferred
tAmer Type

8

Sale
Sale

7
175

5

25

m

13
117
73

Sale

100

Preferred

Amer Steel

120

"*"* "T"

Ac Metals.—.*
trust ctfs
*

Amer Power 8c

3*
24* Sale
15* Sale

74

Foundry.... ...»

........

American Metal




Sale

81

Preferred

For footnotes see page 43.

67

48* Sale
27* Sale

Sale
Sale
29*

78

Am Mach 8c

$6

Sale
Sale

27*
61*
29*
125*
137*

9*

0

Am Sum

65

67

Amer Machine

,

17*
2*
28

6i

4

*

2d

25* Sale
17*
18
3* Sale
28* Sale

60

14

2d pref A

Voting

Sale

100

American Chicle—
Coal
Co
of Alleghany

830

120

175,300

29

„

.._*

Preferred

Highest
Sale Prices

36
July
8 42
Jiuy 31
111* July 13 113* July
5
53* July
1
62* July 31
6
July
3
7* July 31
89
July 24 91
95
July 29
30* July 29 32
Sale
July
6
10* July 17 11* July 26
Sale
8* July
1
Sale
12* July 24
8
7* July 19
Sale
July 17
Sale
140* July
1 149* July 18
Sale
* July
2
1* July
9
15* July 25 17* July
Sale
8
1* July 27
1* July 10
1*
Sale
* July
1
1* July 29
Sale
3* July 18
4* July
2
4
4
July 12
4*
July 12
4
4
3* July
1
Jmy 12
9* July 10 11
11*
July 30

16* Sale

25*

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale
Sale

158

88

25

American Can

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

158* Sale
125* 127
5* Sale

1

Sale Prices

114

46

11*
34*
19*

49,100
(6)
*
13,000 Am Hawaiian Steamship
it
12,500 Amer Hide & Leather
Preferred
29,600
—.100
83,800 Amer Home Products
1
71,000 American Ice
—...I*
Preferred
22,100
Hoo
151,420 Amer Internet Corp..
...»
|Am La France 8c Foamite—Preferred
5,620
100

110

300

95,000
58,800
55,400
292,200

30

23* Sale

Preferred

3,400
10,100
1,990
96,700
2,000
2,600
3,600

;

28

10*

Allls Chalmers

*

20

177,800
44,300
166,300
77,700
21,100
192,900
9,250
>v
3,600
376,700
228,500
244,300
1,122,900
1,880
583,800
39,400
75,300
8,040
927,200
24,900
37,000
24,200

,62
7*
89
91
89*
30*
31* Sale
11
11*
11*
11*
8* Sale
7*
csV* 147
141
Sale
1*
*
1*
17
Sale
15*
1*
c
\*
* Sale
1*
4
4*
5
3*
4*
3*
3*
3* Sale
9
.10
10*

Mfg —.._...*

Corp
5% preferred

—...

50

113

Sale
Sale

ii*

Allied Stores

60,900

42

36
Sale

100

.......100

County, N J
25
3,300 American Colortype
10
148,700 Am Com Alcohof
......20
Amer Crystal Sugar Co
332,400
10
7% 2d pref
27,180
100
210
6% 1st preferred
..100
172,400 Amer Encaustic Tiling .....•
6,800 Am European Securities
*
10 Amer Express Co
...100
244,800 Am 8c Foreign Power
*
Preferred
137,100
*

27,800
24,100

■

53*
6*

Ask

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

July 31

Ask Bid

152* Sale
124* 126
4* Sale
57* Sale

Preferred.

Am
•

July 1
Bid

Abraham Ac Straus....—.-.*

1,300
1,250
15,100
255,650
2,830
47,100
117,600
96,300
46,600
92,900
34,900
381,500
10,600
154,100
26,600
8,600
7,000
4,900

100

11,200
75,950

PRICES IN JULY

July 311935

Shares

Shares
240

-

SALES
Since

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
Jan.
May
May
May

31
31
31
30
25
31
25
6
7
17
8
6
June 26

July

19

•

19* July 30
106
July 27
43

70*
140*
24*
132*
98*
100*

140*
6*
19*
xl4*
74*
9*
51*
1*
6*
5*
48

Jan.

Feb.
May
Jan.
July
July
July
July
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
July
May
May
Jan.
Jan.
May
July

9

16
6
3
31
29
31
31
18

18
10
2
21
21
18
18
23
27

»

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

N. T. STOCK EXCHAN OE

Since

Shares

294,600
1,400
7,300
500

73,900

140

710

300

/

300

45,700
29,300

,

Copper Mining Co
*
Archer Daniels Mid.........*
Preferred...

500

80

59,566
80

'.v

;

1,067,700
53,200
•

Atchison Top

360

690

"2",400

Line

:

Preferred called.....

:

100

14,900
21,800

Sale

63

95

105%

99

4%
5%

9% Sale
93% Sale

36
26

38%

Sale

60

35%
53%

406,800
113,900
583,300
77,000
3,610
19,700
1,110
14,000
4,450
531,000
53,200
1,220
48,000
3,800
20,800
92,200
2,800
516,700
,134,700
57,400
855,300
102,600
22,600
194,200
1,090
3,790
3,310
226,000
125,500
7,590

.126,500

87% Sale

3

21%
18

75
111
4
15
4

27 %
3

2%

15,500
380

4,300
100

3,200
1,630
32,000

5,800
180

7,500
900

3,200
15,100
100

179,100
28,300
9,300
267,300
30,20«
4,610
47,900

•

260
>l

890
880

■

86,300
34,200
950

1,500
58,400
50,600

.

'

100

:

125,800
152,700
11,500
7,300
2,700
2,600
25,000
5,800
6,000
3,600

■

Preferred

4,100
11,300
15,200

'

V

""356
1,600
36,500
8,600
1,310
820
:

;

2,500
4,100
28,400
1,250

23
80

Beneficial Indus Loan
Best Ac Co

Corp.*

Bon Ami class A

6%

.—...*

$4 preferred series

..*

*
21,500 Brunswick-Bal ke-Coll
83,400 Bucy ru s-Erle Co
10
Cony preferred........—5
115,500
Preferred (7)
6,620
100
225,200 Budd (E G) Mfg
»
Preferred 7%..........100
43,700
*
345,100 Budd Wheel
*
12,400 Bulova Watch
*
155,700 Bullard Co
2,300 Burns Brothers class A ....*
Class A ? t c ...——*
2,800
Class B
*
2,560
Preferred
.....100
5,170
200.500 Burroughs Add Mach
*
22,100 {Bush Terminal Co.........*
7,210
7% debenture.........100

.

%

...

3%
3%

6
47

12
,

:

105

91%
12%
85%
17%
18%

21,800

400

i

,

87,000
6,700
4,800
970

118,600
141,600
121,200
209,100
135,900
1,520
480,600
29,800
24,900
6,240

Calif Packing Corp. .———.*

Callahan Zinc-Lead........1
Calumet 8c Hecla Cons

Cop 25
Campbell W Ac C Foundry...*
Canada Dry Glng Ale..——.5

3*

10%
H

1
Sale

Sale

82%

84

4%
33%
4%
3%
13%
%

Sale
Sale
Sale
4%
Sale
%

17

Sale

2
6

Sale

"""280

; U

104,000
2,850
43,400
112,800
2,100
3,600
3,140
9,900
3,800
2,900

11%
32

21% Sale

18%

12

10%

Sale

20% Sale

220

{Celotex Co..

A
4!*

>4
60

Sale

108

64

Sale

53

10% Sale
45% Sale
99% Sale

39%
45

46

25% Sale
49% Sale
5%
6

%
13%
37%
44%
35%

.

Central Aguirre Associates.*
100

56%
15

17%

13
78

Sale
90

4% Sale
37

Sale

5% Sale
6% Sale
16% Sale
%
%

2%

*
—...—100
.

....

1,036,800

Preferred.

10*.700

Cerro de Pasco Co pp...
...*
*
47,900 Certain-Teed Prod
12,940
7% preferred...........100
5
1,600 Checker Cab...
.......*
72,800 Chesapeake Corp

56,100

800 {Chic At East 111 RR

For footnote*

6,800
see

0% preferred

page 43.




1

2
3

10

2

82% July

2

July
July
July

11
19
9
9

13% July
% July

1
9

4% July
4

37%
95

48

16% Sale
2% Sale
8
Sale

11

July

16% July 25
1% July
2
5% July
5

% July

30

45% July
35% July

30
30

2% July

30

July

31
23
10
31
15
5

22

42% July
99% July
67% July
63
July
125
July

4% July 24
7% July
13% July
91% July
5% July
40% July
5% July
7% July
18% Juy
% July

2

18% July
1% July
% July

44

48

87%
91
92
91% Sale
67% Sale
Sale
110
103 <■ 106
Sale
54% Sale
28% Sale
Sale
4
Sale
4%
4
Sale
Sale

56%
101%
49

4

102
58

52

Sale

6% Sale
102
57% Sale
6
Sale
47% Sale
4%
6%
44% Sale

100
Sale

5

29%

29% Sale

37$

41% Sale

4%

31% Sale
24% Sale

6%

43% Sale
%
1%
%
1%

45%

Sale

9% July
33% July
8% July
40
July

31

2% July
25% July
24% July
July
6% July
100
July
40

17

18

22% July
12% July
52
July

12

6
11

10% July 23
34% July 25
10% July 30

5

43

July

23

July "18
3 69% July 29
9 104% July 22
2 55% July 31
2 28% July 30
16
,4% July 30
4
July
1
12
July 30
12 33
July
5
26 27
July 31
10 52
7% July 13
31
24 102% July 23

6
13

41% July
July

43

60% July 24
6% July
49% July

29
29

5

45

30

1

45% July 31

12

Mar. 18

2% July

July

106% Mar. 18
3% Feb. 25
32
June 21

1%

""I""'July "16 '"i%Juiy"l2

6

37% Mar. 14

11% Mar.
Apr.
11% Mar.
15% Mar.

85

Jan,

21%
55%
14%
9%
16%

Jan.

22

July
July
July
June
July

31
30
31
27

29

June 26

Jan.

4
7

Jan.

19
16
16
31
30
8

7

Jan.

Jan.

2

3

9
21
18

Feb.

17% Jan.
May
46% July
115
May
5% Jan.
50
July
10% May
50% June
115
May

2

5

7

4
31
8
22
30
16
18

10
11
Mar.
1
6 19
5 108% June 18
2 92
July 30
18 13% Feb. 23
26 117% Mar. 7
July 23
13 18
5
13 19% July
30 48
July 23
18 37% July 29
18 95
July 30
19 26% Jan. 23
8
14 13% Jan.
19 23% Jan.- 21

.

Feb.

34

July 31
July 31
July 31

109

36% Mar. 12

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

June

June 19
103% Jan. 22 112
28% Mar. 13 72% July 23

6% Mar. 18
39% July 10

11% July 31
59% Jan.
8
July 18
47% July 17
26% July 23
49% July 31
7% Jan.
4

90

Jan.

31 100

45

July

25

21

Mar. 29

28% Jan.

15

3% Mar. 27
6

% June

8% Apr. 30
24%
23%
30%
1%

Feb.
7
Jan. 17
May 25
Apr. 18
14
May
9
36% Mar. 18
90

Jan.

43

Mar.

53% Apr.
121% July
3% July

4% Mar
8% Mar.

62% Mar.
3% Mar.
23

Mar.

2% Mar.
3% May

8% Mar.
% July
% June
% Mar.
3

Mar.

13% Mar.
1

Apr,.*
5% Apr.
10

1% Jan.
9
July 30

14

38% July

45%
36%
3%
31%
44%
99%
67%

29
July 30
Jan. 10
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

5

3
19
4
May 29
18
July 31
63
July 15
15
24 125%. Apr. 11
6% Jan.
9
I
8% May 23
14
15
15
May 23
22 91% July 16
5% Jan.
2
15
14 40% July 25
5% July 31
21
7% July 27
13
13 18% July 18
2% Jan. 25
9
1% Jan. 23
17
1% Feb.
7
20
16
9% Jan. 23
2
14 17% July
3% Jan. 21
8
3 10% Jan. 22

Mar. 28

1% Mar. 12
% June
3
11% Mar. 14

22% Jan. 21
2% Apr. 26
1% Jan.

3

20% Jan.

7
5

Mar. 14

60

Jan.

July

1

% July

8

42%
1%
4%
22%
16%

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

2% Mar. 13
7% Mar. 13
8% Mar. 27
50
Apr.
9
9% Mar. 18
30
June
1
4% Mar. 21
32% Feb. 25
82% Feb. 27

53

July
Jan.

18
3
7
6
7

Feb.

4

13% Jan.

9
10

36

Jan.

10% July
July
May
95
July
69% July
104% July
55% July
35% Jan.
4% May
4% May
33% June
29
May
55% Jan.
12% Jan.
109% Jan.
63% Apr.
6% Jan.
49% July
6% Jan.
45
July

30
23
17
18
29
22
31

Apr. 26

45% July
2% Jan.

3

2% Jan.

31
12
8

85
Mar. 20
45% Mar. 18
83% Apr. 11
36% Jan. 16
19% Apr. 26
1% Apr.
3

1% Mar. 8
11% Mar. 20
22% Feb.

13
Mar. 18
6% July 31

34

96% Mar. 14
38%
3%
23
4%
3d

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

15
13
12

27

Mar. 12

37% Mar. 12
1

1

13

100% Feb. 21

72

10
30

Jan.

15

3

5% Mar.

3

Jan.

6% Jan.
26% Jan.

7% Mar. 12

107% Jan,
14% July
100% Jan.

Jan.

5% Jan.
3% July

1% Feb. 26
9% Mar

4

26
25
31
19
19

63

10

7% Apr.

23
17

14

6
7

Mar. 13

3

1

1
5

55% July
4% July
28% July

Mar. 13

5% May
35% May

33

July

% July
3% July

"91% "July "3l "95""
56
July
100% July
48% July
24% July
3
July

4

15

May
May
Jan.
Apr.
May
July
July
July

9% Jan.
28
May
44% May
113
July
111
Apr.
7% Jan.
29% Jan.

21% Mar. 12
32% Apr.
3
106% Jan.
2
111
Apr. 30

32

36

19

5

July

1

3
12
22

12
31

7

6

Mar.

31
31
24
31
24

1

July

Mar.

6

8

July
17% July
2% July
8
July

8

19% July
10
July

18
18
16
25
25
31
27
18
9

July

%
4

July

51

3

30

July

14

July
% July

19% Sale

24
18
17

38% July 29

3

% Sale
3% Sale
21% Sale
10% Sale
51
53%
10% Sale
34
34%
10% Sale

8

23

33

Sale

,

30

July 23
July 31

Sale

3

8
9
1

July
July
July

33

Sale

18

5
23
29
30
29
23

July

5

"""% jGTy""l
3

10
23

72% July 23
11% July 31

1 100
25 47%
1 26%
1 49%

1

30

19%
48

22%
13%
1
3 20% July
July
27 112

July

4

18

5

62% July 24
59% July
2
121% July 24
3% July
5
6% July
2
12

12%
85%

33% Sale
% Sale

4%

%

6
10
3
1
1
3

18% July

26% Sale
41
44%
6%
7

100

...100

92

26
31
31
31
5
31
8
25
30
11
10
5
1
6
30
24

59

31% Sale

393,400 Chesapeake Ac Ohio.......25

"'"366

16%
105

3

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1

18%

...

48%
112%

Highest

18%
1
16% Apr.
1 25
12% May 15 17%
100
July
6 109
7%
3% Mar. 21
36
Jan. 16
51%
118% Jan.
4 122%
97
Apr.
3 107%
6%
3% Apr.
3
56
Apr,
3 70%
85
Jan.
2 110
25% July 19 28%
4
Mar.
6
6%
3% Mar. 15
7%
70
Apr. 25 70%
7% Mar. 13 14%
80% Apr.
3 101
48
Mar. 12 78%
29% Feb. 21 38%
35% Mar. 28 57%
66% Mar. 29 91
19% Apr.
3 37%

24
31
8
8
9
5

5

34

t!h
22ii)%

7%
97

9

July
July
July
July
July
July

July

25%
3%

Central RR of N J

Century Ribbon Mills.

'I
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
2%

—

.—....*

Voting trust certificates..*
Preferred.
.......100

600

91,500
15,300
5,900

7%
100
Caterpillar Tractor
*
Celanese Corp of America...*

17%

108

50

9

July 29
July 30
July 30
July
8
July 25
July
1
July 24
July 31

49

89%

12,430
348,900
524,900
33,200
61,600
34,420
89,900
14,900
22,000

88

46%
114%
5%

July

July
July
July
July

70

Pref

2

101

109

July

30
31

12%
1%
%
14%

35

'

97% July

42

3%
22%
13%
16%

"31

July

1% Sale
% Sale
17% Sale
59
Sale

1%
%

26

..*

2

8%

6
12
3
3
1
9
16
3
2
19
25
3
6
9

July

1%
Sale
14% Sale
44%
50

13% Sale

Capital Admin Co Ltd c A—1
Preferred class A
10

Pacific—.—...25

Cannon Mills

Sale

3% Sale

520 Car Clinch F & Ohio Ry.. 100
1,000
Stamped
.........100
550,500 Case (J I) Co
100

Canadian

•

Sale
Sale
89
Sale

"""% Sale"

10% Sale
53
51%
10% Sale
33% Sale
8
8%
40% Sale
86%

Canada Southern........100

July

35

109%
14%

15% Sale
100

16**
30,600
16,200
82,800
29,800

51%
Sale
Sale
Sale

4%

Pref ctfs of deposit.....100
4,310
39,600 Butte Copper Ac Zinc.... ...5
24,900 t Butte rick
..*
106,800 Byers Co
Preferred........ ......100
4,130

39

111%
4%

Sale

31% Sale
2
1% Sale
Sale
17%
19% 22
39% Sale
41% Sale
97%
99% 98% Sale
63%
64% 67% Sale
59
65
59% 63
123% Sale
121% Sale
4
Sale
3%
4%
7% Sale
6%
6%

117„

ijj

Sale
4%

38% Sale

69%

....100

Sale
Sale

%

41

Inc....

Preferred

58

10

43

..*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

33% Sale

25 H

A......*

Brooklyn Union Gas...

111

115

70

4

liH

Brooklyn Ac Queens Transit.*

44

43

25„

Bklyn-Manhattan Transit ..*

Sale

Sale

40%

iV%

—

July 30
July
1
July
1
July
1
July
2
July
1
July 23

105

Sale

"25" Sale"

9*

Bristol-Myers Co...........5

%
9%
33%
38%
31%
1%
19%

Sale

Sale

7%

ll%

Bridgeport Brass Co........*

Sale

Sale

97

18„

50

{Botany Cons Mills A

24%
39%
4%

16

108

37
93

47% Sale

45

Briggs Manufacturing......*
Briggs 8c Stratton.
......*

Sale

13% Sale

47

53

68

*

22

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2%
10%
10%
12%

Sale

19%
10%
17%
110%

33 %

*

B

3% Sale

70

16

Boeing Airplane Co w 1.....5
Bohn Alum 8c Brass Corp
5

54%
90%
23%
5%
6%
23%

Sale

17% Sale

28„

100

38

26%

65

......100

Blumentha! 8c Co pref

78%

40

6

•

Bloomingdale Bros

July ""3 "14%
93% July
1 101
Sale
59% July
9 78%
40
38% July
9 38%
Sale
47% July 1 3 57%
Sale
87% July
1 90%
Sale
21% July
3 24
6
7
5% July 19
8
8%
7% July 29
Sale
21% July 19 26%
Sale
37% July 31 41
Sale' 110
July 10 113
111%
6
6%
July
2
7%
Sale
21% July 25 27%
Sale
7%
6% July
3
Sale
40
July 18 42%
3
Sale
July
2
3%
Sale
2% July 10
3%

""8%

11%
85%
14%
17%
39%
26%

Sale

15

21%
44%
14%

Blaw-Knox—.

Brown Shoe,

11% Sale
85%
89

21

•

....

Preferred

89

■if*

Corp......*
7% preferred
100
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *

Class

110

88

......

Bethlehem Steel

Preferred

16% Sale
105

83 %

Beldlng-Hemingway——*
5

113

54

.....20

Belg Nat Rys part pref
Bendix Aviation Corp.

111

8%
55

100

Preferred

Beech-Nut Packing

Bush Term Bldgs—

'

5%

Corp............5
Bayuk Cigars, Inc. ......—*
1st preferred ...........100
Beatrice Creamery........25

July 31
July 19
July 19
July 18
July
6
July 29
July 31
July 31
July 31

Sale

46%
44% Sale
111% 114% 114
5
4%
4%
33
34% 49
8%
8% Sale
46
47
42%

14~

.....100

..........

420

44,900
8,100
106,300
6,300
62,800
1,100

......

Sale
14
Sale

105

,

Barnsdall

500

A,:

86
29%
91%
2%

*

....

11%
13%

9$

...100

Preferred..............100

2,200
349,800
877,500
82,600
52,500
14,900
15,000
167,200
27,300
56,700
14,500

>

.........

Barker Bros

1.500

270

■

Preferred..

Bamberger (L) 8c Co pref
100
Bangor 8c Aroostook
...50

Sale
12

11

100

Preferred

367,600 Borden Co. (The)
15
406,400 Borg-Warner Corp........10
....100
7,000 Boston 8c Maine

700
'

2%

Baldwin Locomotive Works.*

July 29

.....

13% Sale
101

22% Sale
6%
7
7%
8
26% Sale
38
38%
40
113
111%
111
Ill
111%
5
6
6%
27%
24% Sale
7
6
6%
40%
41% 40
3%
3% Sale
3%
2% Sale

6

Baltimore 8c Ohio.....—.100

49%
Sale

48

19%

28%
6%
7%
72

73

'

67,000
20,900

4%
7%

44

100

RR

51%
119

61

41

100

10,500 Atlas Tack Corp
—.*
*
205,400 Auburn Automobile
27,900 Austin, Nichols 8c Co ._....*
Prior A
....*
2,820
286,200 Aviation Corp of Del(The)..5
New
3
21,800

3,700
1

Coast

6%

25%

......100

188,200
•
3,527 Atl G at W 1 SS Lines
Preferred
........—100
4,100
359,400 Atlantic Refining.....
25
*
63,800 Atlas Powder...
Preferred
100
4,180

60,800
5,200

49,600

8c S Fe

29
10
26

1

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
8
Mar. 13

24

July
July
July

106

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

July

13% July
1
16%
18% July
5 23
12% July 30 15
Sale
100
July
6 108
7%
6% July
9
6%
Sale
40% July
1 51%
Sale
119
July 29 122%
103
Sale
July
2 107%
Sale
3% July
1
4%
Sale
60% July 22 63%
101% 100
July 29 100
Sale
25% July 19 28%
Sale
4% July
2
6%
Sale
6% July 29
7%
Sale

103% Sale" 107%
4
3% Sale

2 %

Highest
Sale Prices

13% Sale

^22

<88

......25

Preferred

106
6
Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

16% Sale

19%
13%

5%
40 %

31 %

1
preferred...........100
preferred...........100

Atlan

500

■i'

2d

104

106
64

—.100

Preferred...

1st

440 Associated Oil

111,100
6,900
33,300
■ <
320

;

Associated Dry Goods..

122,200
16,900
7,700

3,700
2,900

:

W

......

Armour (Del)

•

.v.

*

Preferred
Andes

RANGE

21

Sale

18

13

80
3%
21 %

•

Anchor Cap Corp

14

7%

12%

Anaconda Wire 8c Cable....*

pref
...10C
27,800
5
556,900 Armour of Illinois
$6 convertible preferred..*
105,000
Preferred.
.100
8,100
45.700 Armstrong Cork Co
...*
5
79,500 Arnold Constable Corp
2,900 Art loom Corporation.......*

4,000
77,400
18,900

/.
,

8

.__50

Anaconda Copper.

2,153,500
16,300
39,600
2,950
5,100

22,100

V

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

Shares

July 31

July 1

July 311935

1

Jan.

July

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

35

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK

Aug., 1935]

% June

43

87

7
21
21
13
8
4
16
2
25
7

29
7
30

N. T. STOCK

36
AGGREGATE

SALES

to

July 31 1935

July 1

Par

Shares

Lowest

Ask
Sale

Sale

2%

3

2

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

2%

Sale

Sale

1%

12

18*

27

Sale

5

Sale

18%

16
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

81

Sale

Sale

29

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

% July
1
2% July 26

3

% July
July

1

2%

Sale

60,900 Cleve Graphite Bronze (The)l
320 Cleveland Ac Pittsburgh.__ft0

Highest

Sale Prices

July 31

Ask

30,600 Chicago Great We«tern.. 100
Preferred
i. —100
22,600
150 tChic indianap Ac Lout* pflOO
5
44,100 Chicago Mall Order Co
110,300 JChlc Mil St Paul * Pacific _•
Preferred.
220,900
221,500 Chicago Be North West...100
Preferred...
100
53,300
115,800 Chicago Pneum Tool
Preferred
—....—*
127,000
38,400 JChlc Rock Ial Ac Pac
100
17,600
7% prefferred
100
20,100
6% preferred
100
4,300 Chicago Yellow Cab.
*
51,600 Cblckaaha Cotton Oil
16
•
41,910 ChildsCo
6,390 Chile Copper
25
3,079,100 Chrysler Corporation
ft
102,700 City Ice Ac Fuel...........-*
11,504
Preferred
.........100
123,800 City Stores new.-—.
5
25.200 Clark Equipment....... —*

Sale

83%

19%
%
1%
1%
3%

July
July
July
July
July

6%
34%
%
1%
1 %
9%
26%
4%

July

5
9
8

1
1
1
2
9
9
22
19
11
18
11

2

26% July 30
1

July

1

1% July

1

2% July 31
'6

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
16% July
48
July
3
16
July 31
88
July 31
3% July 26
13% July
5

July
9% July
44% July
1% July
2% July
2
July
11
July
27% July
5% July
19
July
60% July
21% July
98% July
4 % July
18% July

27% July
83% July

35% July 27
83% July
9

29
25
11
31
30
31
25
31

10
12
31
8
26
5
31

48

Special
Preferred..........--—100

56,600 Coca-Cola Co (The)...——
25,000
Class A
*
Coca Cola Internal Corp...*
278",600 Colgate-Palmollve-Peet Co..*
15,200
Preferred..............100
326,300 Collins Ac Alkman
10,110
Preferred...
.100
2,630 Colonial Beacon OH Co...—*
86,000 ^Colorado Fuel Ac Iron
-*
12,390
Preferred
—_—100
4,620 Colorado Ac Southern.... 100
6,990
1st preferred
100
1,980
2d preferred
100
139,700 Columbian Carbon
221,400 Columbia Pictures Corp vt c *
1,026,100 Columbia G Ac El common,..*
58,410
Preferred
100
4,310
5% pref series B........100
371,000 Commercial Credit.....
10
10,410
Preferred 7%
25
32,292
Class A
50
13,910
Preferred B
.......25
10,240
1st preferred.. ........100
4,900
Preferred 5%%

Sale

20

28

July

July
July

8
8

28

20

%
1%
1%
9%
25%

13
29
29
28
1

3

Mar. 13
July
9
Mar. 30
July 22
July 19

Mar. 12
Mar. 15
Feb.

23

Mar. 12

July 31
Jan.

10

3% Apr. 30
12% May 15

Mar.
June

126

215

55%

56% July 25

53% Apr.

July 25
July 29
July 31
July 17
July 18
July 23
July 23
July 31
July 19
July 31
July 23
July
8
July 31
July 31
July
8
July 31

4
7
8
9% July 25
44% July 11
2% Jan.
9
4% Jan.
9
5% Jan.

10% Jan.

4

Jan.

10

3
18
7
22
31
24
3
j
Apr. 16
18% July 31

11% Jan.
29% Feb.
7% Jan.
21
May
60% July
24% May
100
May

27
9

June 25

28% Jan.
7
126
May 20
230% July 31
57% Mar. 8

230% July 31 161% Jan.

July
54% July

3

4% Jan.

48

20
July
112% Jan.

123% July

Sale

Jan.

3

35% July
83% July

27% July
80

2% Jan.
7
4% Jan.
4
2
Apr. 13
26% July 30

June

426

16% Sale"
103 5^ 104
lsy, Sale

104
Sale
Sale

7%

1

...

Sale

Sale

98
6

o

9

al*
Sale

VA

Sale

Sale

14%
13
10

...

89%
68%

Sale

16%
15%
14%

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

16% July
103% July
17% July
98
July
7
July
1 % July
9% July
14% July
14
July
11% July
89
July
68% July
6% July
67
July
64% July
46% July

7
18% Jan.
1
3 105% Mar. 15

Jan.

Mar. 13

25% July

Mar. 13 101% July
■8
July
Jan. 10

Mar. 13
Mar

14

Feb.

28

Feb.

26

Mar.

9

5%
28%

21

Jan.

21
8

Jan.

13
94

Sale

Sale

Sale

47%

Sale

Sale

7

Jan.

Sale

Sale

July
81
July
J8/s July
76
July
70% July
49% July
32% May
59% May

3

33

Jan.

15

Jan.

16

Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Mar. 15
Jan.

2

5

Jan.

,

June 13 118%

113

...

Sale

115

Sale

112% July

Sale

63%
111%
97%
19%
1%

12 115% July 25

Class A stock receipts—...

June 27

May

8

60

31
17
18

Jan.

19% Jan.
17% July

Jan.

Sale

68
65

...

3,700

15% Mar.
% Mar.
% Mar.
1% June
3% July
4% Apr.

122

215

....

.

% Feb.

1 % Feb. 28
1
Mar. 30

48

26% "29"
125% 126
217%
54% Sale

11,400 Cluett, Pea body Ac Co.
570

X

July 1 1933

Jan. 1

10

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Jan.

19
8

23
8
31
31
8
31
14
13
25

May 13
July 25
May 22

r
218,625
13,070
9,000
824,500
1,111,100
221,800
2,900
160,900
11,200
6,260
880

CommlnvTrust

66% Sale
112
113%

Convertible preferred
*
$4.25 conv pref ser of '35..*
Commercial Solvents
*

Sale

Sale

*

Sale

Sale

Commonwealth Ac Southern *

Preferred

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

4% preferred
Preferred

100

Prior preferred (6%) —100
Prior pref z warrants..100

Sale"

1*72

Sale

Sale

Consolidated Gas..........*

Sale

Sale

Pref $5
•
Consol Laundries Corp.—..*
Consolidated OH Corp
.*

Sale

....*

Sale

24% Juiy
98
July
2
July
Sale
7% July
111% 110% July
3% July

Consolidated Teztile
...»
Container Corp class A——20
Class B..........

Sale

Sale

10

Sale

% July
9% July

Sale

3

Continental Bak cl A

..*

Sale

Sale

•

Sale

Sale

8% preferred

Class B

.......

Preferred

100

Continental Can

20

44J

60

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

64%

10
July
36% July

10

Sale

Sale

36% Sale

*

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

48

Sale

Sale

75%

Sale

Sale

x20%

a",~

Sale

Sale
Sale

..»

4%
38% Sale

Sale

Crosley Radio

14

Sale

Crown Cork & Seal........*

31% Sale

Preferred

100

Coty.Inc

.....--*

Cream of Wheat ctfa

Preferred.................
*

158

Sale

47

34%
Sale

74%

86

3%

Sale'

t C—...»

3%

Crucible Steel of Amer
100
Preferred ..............100

19%

Sale

58
1% Sale

Sale

Cuba Co (The)
.....•
Cuba RR pref..
......100
Cuban American Sugar....10
Preferred
100
....

Cudahy Packing..
50
Publishing Co (The)*

Curtis

Preferred
Curtlss Wright Corp.......1
Class A
1
.

.

8% preferred

—...*

170 Detroit & Mackinac
Ry Co.100
5% non cum pref—.100
^
120
14,600 Devoe A Reynolds A---...—*
1st Prefarred
530
100
........

_

69,100 Diamond Match....
12,800
Participating
Pref—25
319,700 Dome Mines Ltd
»
58,000 Dominion Stores Ltd
I—•
.....

659.300 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc....*
33,900 Dresser (S R) Mfg conv cl A—*
Class B
14,100
*
Ouluth South Sh

Preferred...
Dunhill

page 43

Int.

Ac" A till 100
........100
.—.l

July

82% July

2.50

Corn Exch Bank Trust Co..20
Corn Prod Refining
25

Cft% July

59

Sale

Continental Diamond Fibre ft

Continental 011 of Del—...5

July
5% July

82% Sale

Continental Insurance
Continental Motors

.....




ui

100

5.600 Cutler-Hammer, Inc.......

see

Sale

Consolld RR of Cuba pref. 100

10,200 Davega Stores Corp........ft
120,700 Deere Ac Co
*
87,500
Preferred
.......20
240,300 Delaware Ac Hudson.....100
330,500 Del Lack Ac Western......50
10,900 Denver Rio Gr Ac Wes pref 100
36,100 Detroit Edison
.100

For footnotei

2

,

6*

7%
Sale

Sale

79

Sale

Sale

42

Sale

Sale

i9

Sale

Sale

Sale

iof$
?if

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

84

110%

62

75
Sale

20%

5

Feb.

115% Jan.
99% July

Mar.

July
Mar.

234

% July
19

July
48
July
69
July
158
July
----4% July
37% July
13% Juiy

31% July
45% July
81
July

3% July
18% July
61
July
1
July

6% July
5% July
60
July
41
July
18% July
102% July
2
July
7
July

89

foH

Feb.
Mar.

Apr.
Mar.

T

Mar.

"65"" July"

'72'""July "27

Sale

20% July

26% July 23

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

2%
Sale

Mar.

112

June
June

5"% Jan.

9

Mar.

July

18

Apr.

June

13

July

24

66$

46% Jan.
Jan.

91% July 22
11% July 29
40% July 30

Jan.

Mar.
Jan.,

il%

Mar.

Fel».
Mar.
Jan.
Jau.

Mar.
Jan.

ilH

Mar.
Mar.

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

II

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

25% Jan.
76
July
1% Feb.
10
May
8% May
May
47% Jan.
22% Jan.
105% June

Apr.
Jan.
Jan.

July
Jau.

May
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

3

Mar.

Jan.

10% Jan.

June

72

July
26% July

Mar.

7
11

Mar. 2.

L[>

Feb. W
Mar. 13

1

44% July 31
8
36% July
9
39% July 29
39% July
3

6% July

8% July 19

May 29

24% July
19% July

29% July 31
22% July 24
8% July 24
% July 10

Mar. 12

Mar.

10
7

31
18

15
13
13
2
8
13
2

2

8#

27
23

Feb. 14

35% July
27% July

29
24

43% Jan.
19% Jan.

7

4% Jan.

*94%
6

7
8

June 28
Jan.

12% May

Mar. 22

120% July

11

June 12

June 28

July
July
July
July

8

55 % July

Jau.

Mar.

Jan.

May 23
27
78% July 10
165
May 23
3
6% Jan.
39% Mar. 4
16% May 14
36
July 10
Apr. 20

Mar.

May

Sale
35%
120% 118
Sale
32%
39% 38%

28

5

Mar.

J't

2

Jan.

May li
5
1% Jan.
13% Jan. 10

Jan.

Jan.

93% July

6

Feb.

Feb.

Mar.

5%
7%

28

Mar.

Feb.

Mar.

June

2% July 20

9

24

Feb.

,lan. 16
22% Feb. 15
29% July 31
100
July 31
4% July 31
10% May 17

7% Juiy 15

27% July
24% July
29
July
13% July
2
July
90
July

7

5
10
17
31
16
19
24

Jan.

80

May
May

35% July 29
27% July 24
36
July 31
16% July 30

6% Juiy

29

26

Jan.

82

Apr.
Mar.

Mar.

Sale

Jan.

July
July
May
37% July
14% May
49
July
56
July

Mar.

Mar.

Sale

73%
4% Sale

Preferred

530 Cuahmans Sons 7% pref.. 100

1,000
15,600

75%

Consol Film Industry......1

350 Crown Wil P 1st pf
46,400 Crown Zellerbach ▼

500

22
29
30
3
5
27
10
30
3
8
27
10
3
26
11
30
31
1
18
1
1
19
10
9
12
13

36% July
49% July
7% July
68
July

Sale

70

„

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
Jiuy
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Sale

22% July 23

12% July

Conn Railway Ac Lighting 100

31
2
26

9%

71

470

Mar.

35

Sale
55

52,800
12,400
37,200
4,640
205,920
32,870
33,900
79,600
55,400
365,700
292,800

31
31
19
24
23
24
29
10
1
10
31
31
31
31
10
1
1
27
27
18
16
24

Sale

Sale

Sale

315,800
63,500
122,200
178,000
620,400
13,645
209,400
6,300
124,600
99,600
63,900
73,400
14,300

July
July
July
July
July
Juiy
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Sale

*

Sale

140

July

*

9H

68% July 31

Jan.

*

Sale

123,300
167,100
2,036,800
97,900
44,400
955,550
3,800
29,200
119,800
142,500
110,200
51,100
100,400
18,500

10

Congoleum-Nairn Inc
Congress Cigar

100

3,850

1% July
53% July

Conde-Nast Publlc'ns

30,900 Consolidated Cigar.........•
490

68% July
112% July
99% July

46

July
July
July
July
July
July

50% Jan.
8 120% July
2
36% July

17

1
2

7% July
% July

2% July

15

""2%

July "15

41% May
43% May
12% Jan.
29% July
23
May
9% May

June 21

36% July

8
9
3
17
28
31
23
24

Jan.
Feb.

9
13

June

Jan.

18

Jan.
Jan.

7

Jau.

15

Mar. 15

Mar. 18
June 13

6

SALES

AGGREGATE

July

STOCKBXCHAMQB

Jan.

390

563,200
29,100
7,660

70,200
3,000
420

Preferred

.

Du Pont de Nem

260

55,400
I,100
206.000
520

178,200
,

14,100
63,300
107,200
57,800
6,600
400
800

2,500
270

2,800
5,800
6,800
3,400
5,900
17,800
9,600

,

;

700

85

pref—100

American

16 pref

75

tKlk Horn Goal Corp..

—

130

26,600
550

11,600
140

2*
33*

.....-R0
Endtcott-Johnson—
50
Preferred
....—10©
Engineers Pub Service
*
$5 conv preferred —.... *
$5.50 preferred
.————*

100

17,700
1,300
5,500
5,800
20,400
70
130

15,400
7,100
11,300
I,100
9,900
6,800
29,400

128

$6 cum

6,700
17,600
191,900
490

23,800
100

730

1,200
3,800
880

22,100
1,000
36,100
46,600
66,500
510

23,400
4,000
7,200
3,300
II,500
300

329,000
60,800
6,500
300

20

"Y,700
600

729,200
8,500
800

1,600
7,880
770

9,000
14,500
100

10,500
4,600
49,100
22,000
2,710
73,800
II,700
19,000
10,800
95,100
640

120,800
6,500
27,600
500

35,500
9,800
131,900
4,500
15,500
1,500
26,800
22,400
5,600
6,100
13,100
9,100
14,200
252,800
19,900
850
10

54,000

30*

11
12

preferred—...—*

29*

First

preferred.....—.100
preferred.......100

_

^

m m

110
12*

33

75*

80

40

57
75

65
90

2*
1* Sale

16$
8*

18

54*
21*
2*

12*

44*
2*
16*
8*

40*
13*
71*
3*
26*
14*

20

"

33*

10*

24*

17*
112*

6*
3*

6*
Sale

6*

6*

138

97

Preferred

.100

11
11

54
51

100*
"22*
84

8*

10*

%
15*
80




117* 118
32* Sale
114* Sale
13* Sale
3*
4

30* Sale
105* Sale
2* Sale
28

99*

10*

,?K
•7*
45*
2*
13*
12

80*

14*

26$
15*
53*
2*
20

5

Grant (W T)

25

43.

13**

Sale
16
57*
69* Sale

14*

footnotes see page

Sale

il

Conv preferred series.....*
Granite City Steel
.....*

•
Great Northern Ir ore prop.*
1,118,100 Great Northern pref..... 100
255,800 Jreat West Sug......... ..*
Preferred
100
3.970
40 Green Bay 8c Western RR. 100
470 ireene Cananea Copper—100
54,000 Greyhound Corp (The).....5

140

36*

5$
?$

"

31

Sale

25* Sale

•16
28

96*

Graham-Paige Motors......1
>ranby Cons M 8 Ac P....100
Grand Union Go trust ctfs—1

Sale

130* Sale

...»

'

Sale

18*

Sale
—

1* Sale
20

22

19* Sale
19* Sale

19*

20

15*

Sale

2*

3

31

Sale

56

26* Sale
113*
27
Sale
10* Sale

43* July
24*
116*
17*
6*

July
July
July
July

131

7*
3*
8
36

July
July

11
3

52* Jan.

60

1*
* July 10
8*
July
2
9*
7* July
1
95* ,97* July 17 97*
44
38
July
x
Sale
17* Juiy 20 20*
Sale
8* July
2 xll
Sale
128* July 15 133
136
7*
6* July
3
Sale
4
3* July
1
Sale
9*
8*
6* July
2

29* Sale
129* 132
23
40
51
75
49* Sale

8* Mar. 26
6* Mar. 12

19

69* Feb. 18
10* Mar. 19
May
7
Apr. 30

15
2

18

5

31
18
31
20

54

31

16* Mar. 29
28* Mar. 14
16
Apr.
9

3* Mar. 23

38

" Sale

16* Sale
89* Sale
3* Sale

1* July
July
19* July
19* July
20
July
14* July

Sale
131
133
23*
40
30

30
23
5

52

Sale"

46* July

10
12

26
28

18

6

July

5

2

18* Jan.

7

8

95

29
27
23

45* May

6

57* June 22
23
May
9
6* Jan.
7
47
July 25
17* Jan.
2
85
July 18
10* Jan.
7
32
July 29
17* July 15
60
July 24

2* Mar. 6
20* Jan. 15

25

23
18
18
29
15

114

Feb. 21

19

9* Mar. 15
60* Mar. 15
2* June
7

19* Mar. 21
Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
June
15
Mar.
4* Mar.

8*
30*
17*
112*

18

27
23

29
8

2
8
1

15
2
18 28* May 23
27 120* Jan. 22
13 27
July 30
13 12
Jan, 24

2* Jan.
3
9* Apr. 22
9* July 23
100
June 24
Mar. 12 44
July 15
Mar. 15 20* July 31
Mar. 29 xll
July 18
Jan. 10 133
July
2
Mar. 4
7* July 25
Mar. 20
4* May 17
Mar. 26
10
May 17
19
Mar. 14
46* May 16
50
Mar. 25 64* July 27
127* Jan.
2 143
May 21
20* Jan. 15 29* July 29
32* Mar. 15 37* July
8
* Feb. 25
* Jan. 14
10
Mar. 15
15
Apr.
6
11
Mar.
5
16* Apr.
6
15* Jan. 15 18
Apr.
6
55* Apr. 20
61* Feb.
5
59* Feb.
6 70* July
8
116
Jan.
3 118* Apr. 23
26* Mar. 13 39* July 31
*107*Jan.
4 117* May
7
10
Mar. 20
13* May 10
3* Jan.
9
4
Mar. 21
17* Feb.
6 34* July 25

July 31
July 23
July 23

Mar. 30

Mar. 13
Jan. 10

93* Jan. 22

May
3* July
33* July
2 108
July

21
31
23
23

2

2
May
25* May
23* July
23
July
40* July
16* July
89* July
3* Jan.
39* July

24
24
9
9
29
31
31
4
23

4* Jan.

25

106

1* Mar. 13
15* Mar. 13
80

Jan.

* Apr.

40* July 29
16* July 31

14

Apr. 13

12

Mar. 14

July
July

June 25

May 21

-

July
1
July
5
July 25
July 31

•

18

13* May

2
1

53
54

19
18
22

84* Apr.

14* Mar. 20
16* Jan. 30

17

.

10

106* Mar.

July 31

13 133

7
10

13

1
10
1
1

"53"~"Jul"y"Ie

,

18
31
27
29

25

*
29
7
23
5*
July 23
84*
July 17
32*
July 15
11*
Juiy 31
7*
July 18
July
2 115
5*
July 25
2
July 11
4
July 11

30

3

22
31

7
7
21* July 31
39* July 30
23* Jan.
8

1* July 31
23
July 23
23* July
9
23
July
9

|27* July 23
131* July

July
6
* Feb. 25

2

"67"" July"I§ "70* Jul"y'"8
69* Sale
8 117* July 12
117* 117* 117* July
32* July
2 39* July 31

20

Feb.
Apr.
Apr.

45
40

15
50

1* Sale
22* Sale
22* Sale

Jan.
Jan.

5* Mar.

10
12

Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
July
July
July
Apr.
May
7* July
4* Jan.
1* Jan.

2*
9*
11
25*
17 120
15 14*
28 81
3 72
1 95

Mar. 19

4

17
72

7
9
26
23
4

65* June 14
132
Apr. 23
3* June 19
37* July 29
37* July
8
38
July 30
5* May 17
14
Jan.
4
17* Jan.
4
13
Jan.
7
70
Feb.
2
14* July 24
23* Feb. 21
5
Jan. 18

* Mar. 26

23
30
31

July
July

38* Sale

6

Mar. 19

31

July 24

117* Sale 3113* July 5 117*
12*
12* 12* July 15 13*
3 *
3* July 12
3*
3*
29 * July
2 34*
33* Sale
105
July
3 106
106
Sale
2* July
1
3*
3* Sale
28
July
1 33*
33
Sale
103 \ July 10 108
107
Sale

1
16

4* July 24
7* Mar. 20

31

July
31* July
8 40
38*
56July 31 64* July
Sale
July
138
Juiy
2 142
Sale
29* Sale
25* Juiy
3 29* July
36* Juiy
1 37* Ju.y
36* Sale
* July
* July
2
* Sale
12
July
3 14* July
10
12*
July
11
July
1 11
10
i5
42

13

13
21

14* Feb. 7
15* Mar. 19

1 26* July 10
10 116* July 10
July 30
16 27
July 31
11 11

7

15

1* Mar.
14

29
8
30
9
31

July
July
July
Jan.
Jan.
May
July

Feb.
July
July
July
49* Jan.
* Jan.
1* Jan.

125* Jan. 10

July 31

14* July 24
20* July
9
2* July
3

9

Jan.

8*
4*
24*
20*

2

* Mar. 29
* Apr.

58
142

10

1* Mar.
Mar.
2* Mar.
39
Mar.

26

Sale
6

*
5*

23

16

3

July

37* July
37* Juiy
38
July
5* July
10* July
14
July
8* July
70
July

22

18 114

5* July

24* July 27
20* July 29
47* July 31
* July 27

30* July
1
32
July
2
4* July 24
7* July
8
10* July
6
7* July 12
70
July 19
11* July 10
15* July 22
2
July 13

Sale

99

■

9
26
23
30
12
8

6* July 22
4* July 31

1
16
1
5
3 65*
10 130
3*
23

Jan.
3
July 24
July 22
Apr. 22
July 11
Mar.
5

17*
21
20 110
18 108
8 131

8
3* Mar. 13
110* Jan. 16 152
141
Jan.
4 164
16* Jan. 15 23*
7*
3* Mar. 27
19* June
1 29
107
Jan. 23 112
7*
3* Mar. 15

30

37
30

21*

n

103

24

84* July 16 89* July
3* July
2* July
5
July
3 39* July
37* 25
23* 25*
27* July
8 31* July
Sale
30* Sale
July
107* July
3 109
107* 108* 108* Sale
1* July
* July 15
2
July
1* July 11
"'I* "T" ""i* Sale"
16* July 11 17* July
17
Sale
17
Sale
July
July 24 118
116
116* 116
116
122
7* July 17
8* July
8* Sale
8* Sale
41
July 17 47* July
41
43* 46* Sale
18* July
2 20* July
19* Sale
18* Sale
July
76
July
2 82
79*
81
77
78
5* July
3* July
2
4* Sale
3*
3*
31
July
2 44* July
41
Sale
27
33
2
July
1* July
2
2
Sale
1*
1*
7* July
1
9* July
9* Sale
7* Sale
3* July
3
July 15
3* Sale
3* Sale
17* July
1 20* July
19* Sale
17* Sale
22* July
3 29* July
19* 22* 29* Sale
33* July
1 35* July
35* Sale
34
Sale
12* July
10* July
1
12* Sale
10* Sale
22* July
20* July 19
20* Sale
85* Sale

25

•5

* July
* July
63
July
128
July
2* July
30
July

Sale

92

59*

*

Sale

39*
20*
10*

98
Sale
18* Sale

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

......

65$
130

7$ Safe

30

.

1

95*

14

Gillette Safety Rasor
..*
Convertible preferred....*
68,100 Glmbel Brothers......——*
7% preferred
........100
22,300
249,100 Glldden Co (The).......—.*
7% prior preferred..
100
5,780
Rights
120,800
...5
139,900 tGobel (Adolf)
235,800 Gold Dust certificates .....*

12* July
42* July

38

24*

Voting trust certificates..*
Steel Castings pref....*

Sale
Sale

8* Sale
9* Sale

4

Gen

Sale

2
11
1

1* Sale

5
2

-

3

5* July
2* July
14* July

Sale

9

12* May
Mar.
86* Mar.
126* Feb.
104
Feb.
17* May

31

July 22
July 27
July 11

* July
* July 23
5* July
4* July 29
20
July
3 23* July
23
Sale
July
July
1 120
112
115* 110
12* July
8 14* July
14* Sale
July
78
80
76* July
8 81
July
59
July
5 59
50
65
July
75
July 31 75
75
Sale
7* July
7
Sale
5* July
2
3* July
2
July
6
3* Sale
1* July
1
July 16
1* Sale
17
July 16 21* July
21* Sale
35* July
1 39* July
39* Sale
July
19
July 10 20
19*
24
July
112
July
2 114
111
113
14* July
8 15* July
15* Sale
July
94* July
8 95
94* Sale
53
July
5 55* July
55* Sale
22* July
22
22* 20* July 13
4* July
4
Sale
2* July 10
July
1 47
45*
46* 40* July
13* July
1 16* July
15* Sale
July
75* July
6 85
81* Sale
4* July
3* July
1
Juiy
"31* Sale" 26* July 2 32
14* July
1 17* July
15* Sale

17rH %

100

.........*

7% preferred
........100
Goodyear T Ac R
*
1st preferred
..._..*
Gotham Silk Hosiery......*

Sale
23*
2*
Sale
Sale
75
Sale
27
Sale
45
Sale

1

25*
11*

2

12* Sale
17* Sale
2
2*

,

7*
64$

1

July

110

Sale
4* Sale
9* Sale

113

12 *

Ac Utilities Corp.l

Goodrich (B F)

Sale

94* Sale

45$

...

.

114

15*

rsH

Common....-.--..—..—.*
17,600
33,140 General Printing Ink..—..*
Preferred
3,840
44,300 General Public Service.....*
——*
51,100 General Ry Signal—
Preferred
..100
740

Preferred

19

111

85

—

4,200
196,500
38,700
528,300
22,610
50,300
4,530
182,200
136,000
43,300
37,600
17,600
69,200
92,800

18

15

36* Sale

.

General Refractories

5*

5*

2*

2

*
17,000 Gabriel Co (The) Glass A
—*
5,030 Gameweli Co (The)
*
108,400 Gen American Investors
Preferred
*
6,500
133,000 Gen AmerTransp Corp.....5
General Asphalt......—.10
187,900
149,700 General Baking Go.........5
Preferred
•
3,350
5
112,500 General Bronse—......
.....*
26,300 General Cable......
Class A
*
35,200
Preferred 7%..........100
22,700
*
55,700 Gen Cigar Inc..
Preferred (7)—........100
2,110
2,415,300 General Electric........—.*
392,400 General Foods..—..——*
*
248,100 Gen Gas Jt Elec CI A
Conv preferred A..........*
3,500
Preferred A (7).......
720
*
Preferred A (8)
190
...
*
1,200 General Italian Edison ......
....——*
59,500 General Mills
Preferred
.........100
6,000
3,001,800 Gen Motors Corp..........10
Preferred (5)
...——*
62,800
7,100 Gen Outdoor Advertising. A*

Gen Realty
Preferred

Sale
Sale
12*

25
4

50

21* July

6* Sale
4* Sale

5*

21

11

4* July

24

1*

5*

1

1

July

7* Sale

11*
Sale
2*

19*
2*

,

™

Sale

9

21* July

8* Sale
71
74

1

n,

110*

1

July

155* July

24* Sale

8*

11
3

4,300 Fairbanks Co..........—.25
Preferred ....—-—..—100
10,360
154,700 Fairbanks Morse Ac Go....—*
7% preferred
-100
8,280
72,800 Federal Light 8c Traction.. 15
4*^
1,830
4,400 Federal Mining Ac Smelt.. 100
Preferred...
..——..100
2,200
*
50,400 Federal Motor Truck..
9,600 Federal Screw Works.——*
37,300 Federal Water Service A..—*
24,900 Federated Departm't Stores.*
82,000 Fidelity Phealx Fire Ins.2.50
440 FUene's Sons......—.—.*
Preferred..——....100
2,020
104,800 Firestone Tire 8c Rubber—10
Preferred series A......100
35,100
—*
105,000 First National Stores
3,600 Florshelm Shoe (The) d A—*
—.*
59,300 {Pollansbee Bros
38,800 Food Machinery Corp......*
__..—.*
106,800 Footer-Wheeler
5,880
7% conv preferred—.—*
......—*
59,700 Foundation Co.
76,600 Fourth Nat'l Investors.—.1
*
523,300 Fox Film class A........
3,220 Franklin Simon pref......100
10
175,800 Free port Texas Co
1,500
6% conv pref.—.......100
*
2,000 Fuller Co prior pref
2d preferred..........—.*
4,990

4

63

50

Pittsburgh.........50

Sale

5

13* Sale

7*

6*

Second

July
July

7* July
152
July
164
July
23* July
5* July
26* July
111
July
7* July

1

4* July
146

ll*

8*

Highest
Sale Prices

147* Sale
155* 160
x22* Sale

5*

5

4*

100

Erie

167,800
34,300
88,100
174,300
6,130
421,700
73,700

2*
30*

llk

Equitable Office Bldg

_

840

65

45

...

Lowest

Sale Prices

16
14
July 12
July 24 110
101* July
1 108
127* July 10 131
112
July
1 114

Sale

64^

*

Highest
Sale Prices

110

Sale
131

19*
Sale
47*
Sale
*
*
Sale
128
131
3*
3*
36
Sale
37
Sale
31* 37*

*

—*

Preferred

^

100

3*
14*
12*
43*

3

Sale
111

7

Sale
Sale
Sale

5*

Mf$

*

Elec Storage Battery—

147
157

120
10
3*

Light...——*
....
*
*

J7 pref

Ask

16

.....

4* Sale
Sale
158
21* Sale
3*
4*
22* Sale
110
110*
5
Sale

65$

shares..........

Elec Power 8c

10

13

100

86,400 Eureka Vacuum Clean..—..5
5
203,400 Evans Products Co
*
9,660 Exchange Buffet Corp

580

For

109,100
237,100
318,600
159,900
48,000
6,800
4,500
23,200
1,680
12,300
35,500
27,300
15,400
48,500
117,400
35,900
5,700

130 Erie 8c

30

43,900
29,300
2,820

/

"ki

deben.«l00

6% non-voting

Duquesne Llghr 1st

59,000 Eastern Rolling Mills.—---5
149,300 Eastman Kodak Go. of N. J.*
Preferred.
100
4,380
*
264,300 Eaton Mfg. Co........
tuttngon Scblld
.. - ----,*
10,100
684,400 Electric Auto-Llta (The).-.5
Preferred....—
-.100
6,890
...........3
381,000 Electric Boat
Elec Ac Musical Ind—

28,400
19,700

Ask Bid
16
14
16*
110
108
114
107*
101* Sale
130*
129* Sale
114
112
Sale

12 *

1*®
Ac Co (El) -20

Lowest

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Did

....

160 Durham Hoe Mills pref

•

to

July 311935

*

4,100 Duplan Silk...........

1

1 1933

Par

Shares

Shares
500
30

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

STOCKS
N. T.

Since
1

In

July

37

STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N. T.

Aug., 1935]

31
27

23

16* Jan.

70* Jan.

4

2* Mar. 13
18
Mar. 27
23* Feb.
7 32
June 15
104* Jan.
2 109* June 10
* July 15
1* July 19

23
18
19
1*
6
14*
22
18 111*
7*

25
25

15

40

Apr. 26
May

2

18

May

3

120

Mar. 13
Mar. 16

25
30
23
24
31

15* Mar. 13
70
Apr. 13
2* Apr.
A
20
Apr.
5
1* June 25

23

5* Mar. IS
2* Mar. 16

27
29
31

29
29
15
29
3

July "16
July 27

,

11* Jan.
54* Jan.
26* Jan.

7
8
7

Jan.

10

5* Jan.

3

92

Jan.
3* Jan.

3
3

9* July

23

Jan.
Jan.

7

50

5

14* May 2(
18* Mar. 2S
26
Mar. 2€

29*
29*
35*
9* Mar. IS 12*
9* Mar. 12
22*
26* Jan. 15 32*
119
Jan.
2 140
21
Apr. 21
25
34
Feb.
€
55

46* July

17

Jan.
7
June 29

54

3

July 31
May 16
Jan.
7
July 15
May
6
May
4
June

8

May 16
July 27

38

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

July

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

Jan. 1

Par
33,800 Guantanamo Sugar..
*
2,180
Preferred
.—100
4,800 Gulf Mobile Ac Northern—100
9,600
Preferred
100
6,000 Gulf States Steel
840
7% 1st preferred—....100

3,000
3,900
3,300
380

8,110
1,820
141,500
22,800
9,710
1,310
5,700
99,100

2,300
440

"T.966
3,410
2,500
28,800
10

41,700
570
1,200
60

200
120

890

'

113,900
54,600

374,800
7,800
2,620
3,950
4,100
309,700
50,100

73,000
1,700
340
220

600

45,500
7,900

170

22,400

3,800
18,500
7,800
1,600
4,400
14,600
38,600
82,500
1,900
8,900
1,800

580

3,500
6,300
3,700
380

160,900
24,200
1,100
4,600
2,600

100

Hershey Chocolate.———*
Conv preferred—.......
Holland Furnace

*

1

100

500 Kelth-Albee Orpheum pf.100

246,700 £ Kelly Springfield Tire
5
92,200
6% preferred
........^*
Kelsey Hayes Wheel—
170,700
Convertible class A.......1
198,300
Conv class B...........—1
412,900 KelvinatorCo.'
•
2,320 Kendall Co part pref ser A..*
1,078,700 Kenoecott Copper ——.—.*
5,700 Kimberly-Clark............*
6,000 Kinney (G R)._
8% preferred........—._*

353,700 Kresge (S S) Co
10
2,880
7% preferred...........106
1,600 Kresge Dept Stores
1

10

800

410

8% preferred...........100

7,800 Kress (S H) At Co
247,400 Kroger Grocery At Bak
n

35,700

83%
2%

6%
13%

28,700
600

8,200
5,100
180

15,600
5,200
6,100
17,400
19,900
119,200

1,820
1,350
104,800
3,100
57,200

*
—•




18

19

Feb.

16

Mar.

7

Apr.
12

31

18% July

31
3
1

Sale

5

1% July

2

12% July
19% July
52
July
6% July
2% July
2%
26% July
Sale
Sale
89% July
July
132% 130
July
Sale
July
2%
July
Sale
Sale
July

_

Mar. 29
Mar. 29

Jan.

2% May 13
43% May 14
6% July 31
19
July 31
24

Jan.

68

May 23

II*

July 31
June 29
7
Jan.
2

16
6
6

18
1

12
12
2

3
2
3

Sale

6%

1%

2%
2%

2%

27% Sale
125

28% Sale

127

123

1%
1%
%
M
% Sale
7% Sale
a

25% Sale
.04% Sale
35

Sale

45% Sale
16%
17%

1

#
31
48
18

68

69%
10% Sale

10
73

Sale
Sale

13
75

126

59%
Sale

66
64

48%
21%
Sale
Sale
Sale
82

Sale
Sale

121

124% 124% 125
133% 175
133% 175
58%
58% 73
Sale
117%
118
5%
6
6%
8%
10%
8%
11% Sale
14%
18%
19
19%
55

99

55

120

Sale

9%
Sale
Sale
99

1% Sale

1%

19% Sale

20%

17% Sale

21% Sale

15

Sale

19

Sale

20%

Sale

13% Sale

12% Sale

93% Sale

92

17% Sale

19% Sale

14%

19

3%
28%
23%
09%
2%
60
57

15%

4%
4%
Sale
35
Sale
25%
110
111
3
Sale
70
60

28% Sale

65

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3%
70

58%
59%
30% Sale

23

10

5%

7%

1

6

Sale

A™

Jan.

12% July
July
1
May
6% May
3% Jan.
2 117% July
5 141

Feb.

85
127
11

Jan.

71
122

Mar. 12
85% June 14
Feb.
9 128
May
3

73% Apr.

4

104

Jan.

25

5%
6%
338
30%
6%

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

15

13
2

15

2% Feb. 27
6% Mar. 14
6% Mar. 26

% Apr.

5

11

Mar. 21

Jan.

fig

Mar. 30
Mar. 16

May

7
Mar. 13
Jan.

Mar. 15

May 27
Apr.

May

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

7
4
10

Jan.

Jan.

4

7
30

96% July
July f 18
July 31
May 17
June 19

16% Feb. 19
4% Jan.
5

25

Jan.

3

18% Jan.

10
Jan.
7
Jan.
7
Jan.
2
42% Jan. 25
184% July 29
6% July 31

May'

3
7
5

Mar.

July
June

Jan.
Mar.

Mar.

33

Mar.

Jan.

7

53% July 31
May
9
2% Jan.
9
3% Feb. 20

Jan.

152

Mar.
June

L%

2

2% May 10
33

7 130
Mar. 22
83%
Feb. 27
4%
Mar.
1
6%

3% July
July
July
2% July
6% July
3% July
32
July
184% July
6% July
32% July
53% July
146
July
2% July
3
July

19

May 14
July 31
18% July 31
68% July 31
17% Jan.
2
3% Feb.
4
56
Apt. 26
5% Jan. 21
13% Jan. 21
12% Jan.
7
3% Jan.
7

Mar. 14

Apr.

Jan.

July 17
14H July 30

5 412
42
14

Jan.

Jan.

18*

29

9% Mar. 15
1% Mar. 13

3

2

24

June
4
10 162
June 19
8
25% June 18

142% Jan.

43

July
July
July
July
July

26
24
15
25

6 109

% Apr. 27
2% Apr. 17
1% Mar. 18

13

1%
%
%
9%
27%

6

Jan.

81

15

29% May 17

11 130

Mar."l5

%
%
4%
21%
98%

Mar. 14

3

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

8
7
19

Jan.

7
31
23
14
26

July 11
May
7
Mar. 13
Jan. 15 27%
Jan.
2 106%
29
Jan. 21
36%
42% Mar. 19
w*
16
28
July
9
75
60% Mar. 21
5% Mar. 13
10%
14
8% May
8
70% June 27 84%
6% Mar. 13

36
July
48% July

Jan.

7

July

23

25

106% July

Jan.

8

22 120% Apr.

9

&

July
July
May
July

110

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

22% July
71% July
10% July
14
July
84% July
13% July
27% July
110
July

58
52
124

July
July
July

66
49
Mar. 12
66
July 31
July 31
65% July 30
38% Mar. 13 65% July 30
125% July 23 117% Mar. 15 125% July 23

66%
9%

9%
73
9%

25%

58% July
118

July
July
July
July
July
July
1% July
18
8% July
5

8%
11
18%
65%

2

73% July
118

16%
3%

28%
23%
109%
2%
65

59%
28

14
100

6%
1%

Sale
Sale

7
80

Sale
Sale

10%
29

30

-

i*

July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

110

July 10
6% July 31
July 29
July 31
20
July 23
65% July
9
1% July 25
20% July 29

17% July
15
July
July

12
92
17

22%
5%
9%

6%

8% Sale

38

16

Sale

100

g*

17

45% July

15
27

Sale
Sale

2
9

1

11% July 23
July 25

96

June
3
Mar. 15
23% July 30
7 112
June 11

16

26% July 20 28% July 29
22% Jan.
123% July 11 126
July 30 123% July

Sale
Sale

14

100%

5
11

1% July
% July
%
% July
Sale
7
July
Sale
225
July
106
104
July
Sale
31% July

10
12%
27% Sale
26% Sale
.16
116% 110%

57%

1

Sale
Sale

9%

52

31

4

2 108

99% Jan.
5% Feb.

July 12
July 31
July
9
July
8
July 30
July 18
July 31
July
2
July 31
July 10

31

20
19

101

49

July
July
July
July
July

Jan.
Jan.

8

6% Jan.

Mar. 19

6% Apr. 30

July 30
July 29

5

176% July
Sale
5% July
Sale
28% July
Sale
44% July
143
Sale
July
Sale
1% July
2
July
2%

31%
52%
45%

to

50%
3%
8%
9%
2%

20

8

3

4

63

2% July

5

27% July

.83

85

68% July
14% July

Sale

3

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1

Sale
Sale

3

•

43.

15

2

16
10

7% July
7% July

Sale

6

Lane Bryant
——————
Lee Rubber Ac Tire
6

Glass...*

21% Jan.
30

July
July

July
1 124% July
24 79
July
3 118
July
1
14% July
11
28% July
31 405
July
1
42
July

31% Sale

Lambert Co (The)

see page

Sale

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

26

2% July
July
9% July
2
July
4% July
2% July

8*
40

19,600 Lehigh Portland Cement..50
940
Preferred........
...100
92,600 Lehigh VaUey
50
34,800 Lehigh Valley Coal..
•
44,000
Preferred
50
96,630 Lehman Corn (The)......—•
51,300 Lehn At Fink Products Co..5

For footnotes

2%
47%
2%

Sale

2%

Laclede Gas..—.........100
Preferred
........100

493,600 Llbby-Owens Ford

12

~2% Sale"
13

**»■

600
190

96
128

*

13,200
Preferred...
.....100
38,670 Kaufman Dept Stores..$12.50
56,700 Kayser(J) At Co
5

400

26%

—1

...........

7,550

62%

2% Sale

770 Kansas City Lt 1st pf Ser B •
24,000 Kansas City Southern....100

400

8

2%
Sale
Sale

Intercontinental Rubber..

410

800

7%
390
37%
14%

Sale
23
Sale
Sale

54

Inger8oU-Rand—

50 Joliet & Chic RR 7% gtd-100

1,100
2,650
48,700

15
20

6% pref series A—-—100
Leased line stock
100
RR sec stock ctfs ser A1000
Indian Refining
.....10

21,800 Jones At Laugh Steel pref. 100

148,100

2%

100

Industrial Rayon Corp.....*

9% July

Sale

SB

Sale

"~6~, 490

410

48
3%

Sale

July

122% July

68% Sale
13% Sale
2% Sale

Sale

26,500 Jewel Tea Inc..............*
462,800 Johns-Manville
•
3,455
Preferred
——100

119,900
130,600
73,800

Sale

82

z76% July
112
July

Sale

A™
Sale

*

Hudson Motor Car

3,500
1,600
9,200
8,200

Feb.

29 j
33 J

18

4

Sale^

84

41% Sale

63%
14%

Hupp Motor Car Corp.....10

Preferred..

1

48

82

95

Sale

Voting trust certlflcates.25
Howe Sound rot trust ctfs..5
Hudson At Manhattan——106
Preferred
.——100

Internat Carriers Ltd

27% July
31% July

Sale

8% Sale
Sale
390

Sale

100

180

31,800
14,300

Sale
410

—

1,118,900 Internat Nickel of Canada..*
8,700
Preferred
...100
Internat Paper pref 7%—100
15,700 Internet Paper & Power cl A *
9,500
Class B
*
38,600
Class C
*
105,100
Preferred
............100
37,200 Internat Printing Ink—....*
5,740
Preferred
.........100
16,800 International Salt.........*
45,800 International Shoe
*
18,100 International Silver......106
5,480
7% preferred
.—.100
1,117,000 Internat Tel Ac Tel—......
53,300 InterstateDeptStores...—*
2,200
Preferred
100
21,400 Intertype Corp—.—
18,400 Island Creek Coal..........1
650

91

83%

Household Finance part pf 50

Int Business Machines

1% July
27% July
6% July 31
19
July 31
22% July 15
66
July 16

16% July
July

122% Sale 123% Sale
74
Sale
77% 79
112% Sale 114% Sale
Sale
12% Sale

"
100
•

207,300 Internat Cement.—
*
515,900 Internat Harvester,
...—*
11,900
7% preferred
...100
89,500 Internat Hydro-Elec Sys A.25
20,600 Internat Mercan Marine....*

10

3,400
83,800

82

59,400 Inter lake Iron...
65,900 Internat Agricultural.....
22,000
Prior preferred—
100

51,000
75,800

July 17
July 18
July 30
July 15

July
4%
9% July
11%
96
July
Sale
107
July
105% Sale 105
Sale
20% July
23% Sale
23%
112
109
111
July
7 % July
~T% 11% Sale
12%
105
109
103% 107% a; 103 July
*/
% July
Sale
4% July
Sale
2
July
3% Sale
106
Sale
105
2
113
July
2
139% 130
140% 139% July
160
160
158
155
July 11
23
Sale
22
3
23
July

it*

«!*
95

46,200 Insuranshares Ctfs Inc.——1
153,500 ilnterboro Rap Tran ▼ t c 100
:
Certificates of deposit.... *
1,110 Int Rys of Cent Amer
—*
600
Certificates
1
—*
3,230
Preferred......
—100

140

Highest
Sale Prices

53

67

29% Sale
31% 33

Sale

Motors..—

Illinois Central

Lowest
Sale Prices

3% Mar. 13

Hercules Powder.————

Class B

Sale
--

34

7% preferred——.....1

Houston Oil of Texas

Highest
Sale Prices

1%
24%
5%
14%

27%

63%

27% Sale
33

—

850

4,500
8,000
16,700
9,700

Sale

310
6% preferred...........100
130,900 Inland Steel
*
41,400 Inspiration Cons Copper..20

120

28,600
4,100
7,400
14,400

l",666

it*

-

Hollander (A) At Son
Homestake Mining
Houdallle-Hershey cl A

24%

6% Sale

-

Preferred...

Sale

Sale
33

MS- irA

—

Hamilton Watch

86,300 Hercules
37,600
3,500
16,200
11,300
157,100
35,600
12,900
91,900
899,700
10,200
36,600
53,600
251,400
30,100
10,500
419,900
329,600

3,000

500

1%
27 %

....

Preferred A

1

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask

Hahn Department Store*..
Hall Printing

430

14,800

'

Hackensack Water

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

July 31

July 1
Bid

—-

48,600
3,900

197,800

PRICES IN JULY

to

Preferred....————-1
Henna (M A) Co $7 pref—
Harbison Walker Ref—-780
Preferred 6%———1
87,400 Hat Corp class A
5,390
6%% preferred........!
18,500 Havana Elec. Ry
370
Preferred...—..———-1
97,800 Hayes Body
38,000 Hazel-Atlas Co—
5,000 Helme (G W)
-

230

2,300
1,700
81,300
9,700
1,000
15,900
158,300
2,000
3,900
10,100
16,400
4,500
1,800

Low from
1Q33

July 1

July 31 1935

Shares

Shares
2,500
230

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

101

8$
2J>
9jl

.,

July
July
July
July

18
1
31
19

July 29

91% July
15% July
38
July

Jan.

130
50

Apr.

115%
3%
6%
7%
15%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

34
6

Feb.

Mar.

% Apr.
Apr.

3

19 130

31
16
31

4
3

June 22

July

25

Feb.

19

73% July

30

20 118
Apr.
13
8% Jan.
12
13% Jan.

7
7

4

5

4

14%
20%
65%
2%

Jan.

17

4

20% July

29

6

17
7

6
Jan. 25
18
23%
1
26
3% Mar.
21%
12
9
July 27
18%
96
84
Mar. 21
9
29
13% Mar. 13 21%
10
Mar.
19
6
16
3
Mar. 21
26
5%
23
Mar, 29 38
26
29
19% Mar. 13 25%
31 103% Apr. 26 113
2
22
4
May 21
42
Jan. 11
65
12
5
3
56% Apr.
69%
31
22% May 16 30%

23% July 31
40
July 31
26% July 16
6% July 20
W July 25
15

June

IV*
36

Jan.
Jan.

12

Mar. 22
19% Mar. 27

22% July 25
5
May 13

8% Mar. 14

July 31
May 23
July
9

July
July

18
26

Jan.

9

July
9
May 23
July 16
Jan.

3

Jan, 23
July 19
Apr.
9
Jan. 17
Mar. 9
Jan.
7

July

31

23% July 31
40
July 31
8
28% Jan.

m

10% Mar. 14
3 102
89% Jan.
5
Mar. 13
11%
1% Mar. 13
2%
1
12%
5% May
67% Mar. 28 91%
10% July 23
II™
21% Mar. 30 38

Jan.
3
Jan.
7
Jan.
7
June 21
Jan.
7
Jan.
4
Jan. 23

July 31
Jan.

25

July 31

N. Y. STOCK

Aug., 1935]
SALES

AQQREOATE

Jan.

EXCHANGE

400

_

2,400
5,900
15,400
37,100
122,300
2,800
6,800
1,200
11,000
920

72,300
700

3,100

690

Preferred

...

172",300

56",800
26,700
4,800
8,500

:

700
300
600
700
285

18,500
13,400
300

7,100
98,400
1,150
180

1,510
750

13,500
31,700
I,300
31,400
170

15,100
23,300
3,700
220
360

5,400
39,900
9,200
2,800
1,500
24,700
7,000
24,800
II,600
53,400
1,120
7,300
20,000
1,840
70

35,800
4,ioo
31,100
52,300
2,410
6,400

;

340

32,300
9,500
200

1,400
1,100
;

:

420

12,800
7,400
9,700
3,300
6,400
18,000
16,500
316,300

"

800
10

;

9,600
57,500
42,200
18,100
2,170

1,200
340,500
1,300
105,800
570

'

'

46,800
II,400
115,200
1,300
52,500
112,600
*100
19,800
5,810
137,300
5,100
1,900

'

.

'

40

17,500
6,700
252,900

,i
14

I

45*

>

Preferred series A-

H

184,300
174,500
165,600

3

205*
22

"85*
25*

Motor

45*
525*

x*
55*

V

105a
24

155*
345*
55X

155^

OX
3%
10
10

447,800
2,620
127,000
48,800
725,100
10,500
215,900
449,700
100

35*
135*
II

.....*
100
National Acme
_...l
National Aviation Corp....10
National Biscuit..........10
Nash Motors Co..

Nash Chatt A St

7%

3

55*

225*
1295*

>

preferred...........100

12

Register.........*
Dairy Prod Corp
*

Nat Cash
Nat

115*
1085*

....

7% preferred class

A....100

*
292,400 {National Dept Stores
7% 1st preferred
100
73,050
1,084,600 Nat Distillers Prod new.....*
29,300 Nat Enamel A Stamp.......*
12,700 National Lead...........100

3

16
10

1*

122
99 5*

Preferred A............100
Preferred B

........100

Nat Power A Light

•

1st pref
2nd preferred.......

Nat Rys of Mex

National

d

100
100
33
9

Steel............25

National Supply of Del...25
Preferred..
100
National

Tea Co..

N a torn as Co

....

33
»'

......100
...100
61,900 Newport Industries lnc.._.l
49,500 New Tork Air Brake.......*
1,395,000 New Tork Central..........*
7% preferred

For footnotes see page 43.




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^

35*
25* Sale
125* Sale
25*
35*
75* Sale
1
15*

5
Feb.
1 1085* Apr.
IX Jan.
2
Mar. 15
25* Feb. 14
1
Apr. 25 415* July 25
Apr. 16
July
6 130
Mar. 26 245* July 29
Apr.
5 1405* July 22
1% Jan.
7
July 16
8
June 19 145* Jan.
8
Mar. 18 195* July
7
Mar. 29 475* Jan.
Mar. 26 235* July 29
July 29
905* Jan.
4 120

29

June

113

15* Sale

125*
99

565*
45*
335*
185*
345*
35*
105*
185*
112
104

4

*

Sale

47

Sale

1$

lK

25*
25*

35*
25*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

125*
35*
75*
15*
25*

17
Sale
Sale
725* Sale
725* Sale
325* Sale
275* Sale
625*
605*
625* 61
63
Sale
62
635*
5* Sale
5* Sale
265*
275* £345* Sale
105* Sale
9 5* Sale
10
125* Sale
105*
775* Sale
745* Sale
17
Sale
155*
165*
145* Sale
95* Sale
34
345* 375* Sale

July 12
45* July 23
35* July 10

5

July 31
July
2
July
5
July 27
July
2
July
1
July
3
July
6
July 22
July 24
July
2
July
2
July 19

25* July

164

162

140

150

137

II

45*
115*
125*

515*
1125*
35*
6

95* Sale

X

1

85*
5*
5*

5*
,5*
Sale* 645* Sale 48
Sale
165*
165* 155*
63
70
Sale
Sale
10
105* Sale
Sale
105*
11
Sale
Sale
245*
27
Sale
245*
515*
595* Sale
515*
1155* 1125*
1155* 114
35*
75* Sale
8
5%
Sale
6X Sale

255* Sale
175* Sale

25
21

26
Sale

1

1

161

24

2
Jan.
4
25* May 14
May 24
55* Jan. 19
Apr. 29
July
9
Apr. 23 37
Feb.
1
Mar. 15 22
15
July 10
Mar. 28
3
May 23
Feb. 23
55* June 26
Mar. 23
85* July 29
Apr.
1
15* July 22
June 14
5
Jan.
8
Jan.
2
Mar. 1 105* June 27
25* Jan.
8
Mar. 15
July 23
Mar. 13 33
115* Jan.
3
Mar. 14
95* Jan.
7
Juner 27

Jan.

3
29

4
July
1
105* July
2
15* July 23
33
July 23
95* July 24
7
July 31

45*
55*
5*
25*

35*
1

20

65*
4

1 "28k Jan?""8
1 455* July 24
85* July 31
36
May 22

Jan.
2
Jan. 16
June 12
Feb.
6

4

85* July 29
15* July 22

11

Sale

105*

10
1

2

95* July

Sale

16

10
6
1

15

335* July

162

66

135*

115* July 20
25* July 22
65* July
5
1
July
8
15* July
8
145* July
3
72
July
5
275* July
3
605* July 17
63
July 31
5* July 31
265* July
2
9
July
1
105* July 10
725* July 12
155* July
5

138

485*

10

Apr.

305*
55*
185*
5*
5*

35* July 31
455* July 31
5* July 12
2
July
5
25* July 30

125*
155* Sale
135* Sale
Sale
175*
215* 20
65*
75* Sale
65* Sale
65*
7
85* Sale
75*
285*
32
Sale
295* Sale
148
1465* 1485* 1505*
165*
175* Sale
175* Sale
165*
165* Sale
165* Sale
1075* 1085* 1085*
1085*
15*
15* Sale
15* Sale.
205*
225* Sale
225* Sale
255*
265* Sale
265* Sale
305*
31
Sale
325* Sale
170
185
1725* Sale 180

95* Sale
%
1

3
1

1

175*
125*
15*
55*
55*
5*
35*
85*
15*
285*
85*

24
31
17
8
12
11
25
9

July
July
55* July

10

Feb. 19
May 14

Jan. 24 46
Feb.
8 130

July
July
July
July
1
July
65* July
55* July
37
July
205* July

455*
85*
345*
5*

j.

•

40

10

7

Jan.
8
235* Mar. 14 32
July
8
295* July 31 32
Apr.
1
Jan.
2 150
July 25 136
148
July 25 148
Sale
465* July 24
355* Mar. 29
415* July
1 465* July 24
Sale
55* Jan. 30 125* July 23
125* July 23
Sale
75* July
2
33
Jan. 15 505* July 23
48
455* July 19 505* July 23
July 23
325* Jan.
7 46
July 23
425* July
3 46
June 17
845* Jan.
4 103
995* 975* July 20 1015* July 16
28
Mar. 14 355* June 17
325* July 19 355* July 10
Sale
Jan.
3
75* Apr.
3 13
95* July 18
Sale
75* July
3
3
65* Apr.
3 125* Jan.
95* July 18
75* July
3
95*
575* Feb.
5 845* July 29
755* July
1 845* July 29
Sale
95* July 31
75* Mar. 26
95* July 31
75* July
9
Sale
365* Jan .15 455* Mar. 4
1
Sale £375* July 31 415* July
July 25
905* Jan." 15 123
July 25
113
July 16 123
Sale
85* Jan.
2
55* May 22
6
65* July 15
July
8
Sale
Mar.
5
32
May 24 45
385* July 20
345* July 12
Sale
3
85* Apr.
1 155* Jan.
115* July
3 13 5* July 24
Sale
855* Mar. 13 995* July 31
935* July
2 995* July 31
Sale
565* July
8
41
Jan.
2
8
535* July
1 565* July
Sale
55* Jan. 22
3
Mar. 12
3
45* July 23
July 12
Sale
205* Mar. 20 385* Jan. 23
255* July 11 365* July ^29
Sale
1
22
Apr. 12 275* June
July
3 255* July 29
245* 25
245* Jan. 15 355* July 24
30
July
3 355* July 24
Sale
45* May 17
25* Mar. 13
35* July
9
3
July 10
Sale
95* Mar. 15 13 k May 23
10
July 20 125* July
2
Sale
195* July 30
85* Mar. 12
Sale
155* July
2 195* July 30
605* Mar. 6 1125* July 31
1005* July
2 1125* July 31
Sale
July 30
58
Jan. 15 105
105
July 30
98
July
9
Sale
Jan.
9 £lll5*June 19
July 30 1095* July 16 105
1085* 108

15 X

35*

15
80

Newberry Co (J J).._..._..*

35

Sale
Sale

35*

4

*

Nelsner Bros........_......*

90 {New Or 1 Tex A Mexico

1

*85*

...»

18
29
9
8 102
1
3
15*
16
33
25
1 1215*
185*
29
22 124
5*
1
45*
31
105*
8
34
31
125*
29

1 455* July 31
12 1285* July 23

3

18

14

Louis

9

85*
845*
95*
£375*
1215*
65*

1095* 1085*

109

ilH

*
11,800 Munslngwear
828,800 Murray Corp of America.. 10
..*
12,200 Myers (F E) A Bros.....

945*
Sale
35*
285*
30
Sale
35*
Sale
Sale

Sale
985* Sale

68

•

Sale

101

205*

Wheel...............5

345*

3

44

......

Products

Motor

99

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
8

115*
155*

95*
65*

*
58,800 Mulllns Mfg Corp
Convertible preferred....*
28,210

46

535*
35*
265*
245*
305*

17 5*

Mother Lode Coalition.....*

45

465*
115*

42

93k

6

»

19 425* July
2 235* July
July
3 120

29
1
29

295* Sale

Sale

1145* Sale
65* Sale
36
Sale
115* Sale

35*
95*

preferred.. 100
Mills—...20
Monsanto Chemical Wks-.IO
1,378,450 MontgomeryWard A Co.....*
•
10,300 Morrell (J) A Co...
....50
320 Morris A Essex

415*

6 1265*

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

945*
935*
1515*
165*
135*
175*
245*
315*

18k Juiy ""2 '24M Juiy'31 "l85*"Jnne

33

195* Sale
135* Sale
15*
15*
55*
55*
8
Sale
5*
1
25*
35*
85* Sale
15*
25*
325* Sale
95* Sale
7
Sale

41

4

285*
67 X

Convertible

Sale

Sale

100

3$

Mohawk Carpet

55* Sale
55*

148

.....

22

{Missouri Pacific ........100

445*
1075*
15*
15*

July
65* July
31
July

4

35

335*
95*
85*
755*
75*

8

27

_...—.*
100

Sale

46

Mission Corp
Mo Kan-Texas

34
July
345* July

12 245*
10 1405*
16
5* July
85* July
2
16 195* July

41

""*15* ""15*

305* Sale
1405* 148
415* Sale

35*
8X

{Minneapolis Ac St Louis. 100
S M
100
Preferred
.......100
Leased line.
.........100

425* July
July

125k

23

5* July

Sale
15*
2
29 X Sale
85* Sale
45*
7

23

Minn St Paul & S

July
July
July
July
July
39
July
165* July
1105* July

445* Sale
85* Sale
315* 33

9 5*

23 X
105 X

•

205*
1385*
5*
65*
175*

July
July
July

160
18

245* Apr. 22
Apr.
5 1185* July 29
Apr.
4 1185* July 29
Jan.
7 1675* May 4
June
8 195* Apr. 25
5
Mar. 14 245* Jan.
July 18
Mar. 13 34
Mar. 13 345* July 29
9
Feb.
7 445* July
Mar. 14

21

235* July 30
1185* July 29
1185* July 29

2
12
1
5
17
3
2
2
30
25
1
11
1

1215* July

"235* Sale"

415* Sale
75*
8
31
Sale
5*
5*
I
15*
65*
75*
3
4
30
37
175*
175*
115*
125*
15*
25*
55* Sale
5% Sale
ya Sale
4

65*
25*

Implem..*

Preferred

Sale
15* Sale
1H Sale
IK
405* Sale
Sale
Sale 1245* Sale
245* Sale
Sale
140
Sale
139
5* Sale
Sale
85* Sale
Sale
18k Sale
Sale
42
Sale
43
22
Sale
Sale
119
Sale
113

y

10H
10

«

July
265* July
305* July
385* July
£103 5* July
15* July
15* July
395* July

105

"26 " Sale

25*
125*

r

July

"

18 %
30 X
'

Highest
Sale Prices

19

455* Sale
425* Sale
1205* 1285* 1255* 1295*

87 5*
20 X

.

Minn Mollne Pow

2,740
478,800
1,400
8,300
225,100
60,400
14,660
58.200
59,100
23,800
35,580
1,840

60

107

21

*
134,200 Midland Steel Products
First preferred
...100
16,570
•
33,700 Minn-Honeywell Reg Co
1,620
6% pref series A........100

350

1,700
66,400
7,000
1,900
7,600
19,000
2,900
15,880

175*

75*
50

174,300 Mathleson Alkali Work#....*
7% preferred
...100
1,500
76,200 May Dept Stores ..........10
80,500 Maytag Co (The)
*
Pref with warrants
*
29,000
S3 preferred ex-warrants..*
1,450
{6 1st preferred ..........*
6,130
46,700 McCall Corp
348,300 {McCrory Stores...........*
Class B
........—*
82,400
21,100
0% preferred...........100
*
5,500 McGraw H1U Pub Co
271,000 Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5
52,300 McKeesport Tin Plate—.__*
5
178,100 McKesson Ac Robblns
Con? pref series A......50
86,300
248,300 McLellan Stores class A.....*
Preferred.......
.....100
6,710
•
61,100 Melville Shoe Corp
1
64,300 Mengel Co
Preferred
.100
6,300
530 Merch Ac Min Transp Co....*
218,700 Mesta Machine Co new.....5
......-5
50,400 'ilami Copper....
185,700 Mid-Continent Petroleum. 10

3,500

300

41

34

preferred
...100
Second preferred...
100
59.200 Marlln-Rockwell Corp. (Del.) 1
160,100 Marshall Field & Co........*
—•
23,500 Martin Parry Corp

200

85,000

5*
65*
185*

Prior

8,720
1,860

237,000
50,600
15,700
6,200
5,000
4,330
102,500
80,100
125,100
23,900
48,700
70,875
104,000

137

5*
45*
10 H

Lowest
Sale Prices

1135* July
1095* July
159
July
17
July

Sale

40

415* Sale
108
Sale

1065*
15*
15*
395*
1265*
205*

985*

*

Mack Truck lnc

Sale

31

14 X

•
186,700 Macy (R H) Co, Ine
31,200 Madison Sq Garden ▼ t c..*
....10
81,500 Magma Copper
*
16,400 Malllnson (H R) Co—
100
7,900 {Manatl Sugar.
10,560
7% preferred
•
100
*
3,100 Mandel Bros
2,105 {Manhat'n Ry Co. 7% gu.100
Mod 5% guar...
108,900
,.100
23,800 Manhattan Shirt..........25
1
9,800 Maracalbo OH Expior
—5
79,000 Marancha Corp...
Marine Midland............ 5
225,400
100
4,460 Market Street Ry
Preferred
............100
530

275*

265*

I

100

Mackay Cos pref

1595*

,

Highest
Sale Prices

22

Sale
1185* Sale
1585* 163
175* Sale
225* Sale
33
Sale
335* Sale

118

175* Sale
195* Sale

33

Co.. 10
-.100

Mac Andrews & Forbes

21,300

90

157

116

,

Ask
Sale £23 5* Sale

1095* 112
110
Sale

66
1

......

6,000
1,710
10,200
10,400
55,800
I,200

'

15 5*
715*
73 X
123
145*
13 X
11X
165*
195*

Lowest

Ask

Bid

1

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid
22 X

Par

.-5
39,000 Life Savers Corp—
25,500 LifMett & Myers Tob com__25
"B"
25
166,900
Preferred
100
14,200
*
27,000 Lily Tulip Cup Corp
*
18,600 Lima Locomotive Works
*
50,500 Link Belt Co
*
128,400 Liquid Carbonic
*
756,300 Loew's Incorporated
Preferred
—•
16,400
—
44,900 Loft incorporated
17,700 Long Bell Lumber A---.....*
25
48,200 Loose-Wiles Bisc
1st preferred
-100
2,540
10
332,000 Lorlllard (P) common
Preferred
100
7,340
50,400 {Louisiana Oil—.......—*
6H% preferred
100
6,090
*
75,100 Louisville Gas & Blec A
55,200 Louisville Ir Nashville....100
.......1
114,800 Ludlum Steel
Convertible preferred
*
10,500

7,000
2,200
18,000

:

July 31 1935

1

Shares

Shares

,

H. Y. STOCK

Since

In

July

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

39

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

25

July 24

July 22
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

165* July

1
8
3

45*
575*
5*
25*
4

3

12K
35*
75*
15*
25*
185*
745*
325*
615*

July 25
July
9
July 12
July 11
July 10
July

12

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

30
31
1
29
30
30
10
July 29
July 17

31
5* July
3
37
July 19
105* July 18
135* July 23
79 k July
9
17
July 31
145* July 31
385* July 27
63

155*
205*
85*
85*
335*

July

July
July
July
July
July

31
29
25
31
16

July 16
8 149
185* July
5
1 175* July 23
25 1085* July 25
25* July 19
12
July 19
6 24
26 275* July 11
8
3 325* July
July 25
2 175
July
1
1 162
19 1405* July 30
95* July
5
18
5* July 12
12
5* July 29
8
3 645* July 31
26 165* July 29
15 705* July 30
1 105* July 25
8 115* July 26
2 275* July 29
July 29
2 60
6 1155* July 23
8
July 29
13
75* July 24
5
3 265* July 25
2 215* July 31

26

<

3% Mar. 15
Mar. 14
5* Mar. 14
5*Apr. 24
1
Mar. 6
15* Mar. 29
105* Apr.
9
25* July 22
55* May
7
1
July
8

31

15* Mar. 30
105* Mar. 13
55
Jan. 29
215* Mar. 12
565* Apr.
9
615* Apr. 18
5* Apr.
4
175* Mar. 18
75* Mar. 12
Mar. 13

7

365* Jan.

11

13 5* Mar. 26

45* Mar. 13
30
Jan. 12
Apr.
3
Mar. 14

11
14

45* Mar. 13
65* Feb. 26
225* Apr.
1
1415* Mar. 7

135* Mar. 14
125* Mar. 21
1085* July 25

15* Mar. 7
17
Apr.
2
235* May
2
21
May 31
145
Jan. 18
150
Jan. 18
1215* Jan. 26

4%

55*
575*
5*
25*
4

Jan.
July
Jan.
July
July

3
Jan. 14
165* May 16
65* Jan.
7
145* Jan.
7
3
Jan.
4
4
Jan.
7
185* July 30

775* June 12
29

325* July
66
Feb.
655$ May
15* May
37
July
115* Jan.
135* July
795* July
185* May
145* July
395* May

25
24
1
19
7
23
9
21
31

195* Jan.

7

275* Jan.

8

Mar. 15

95*

645*

1

5*

Mar. 13

19

Mar. 20
£85* Mar. 13

76

9

36

25
25
16
3
3
23
25
17
16
3
8
22
23
30
July
5
Jan. 10
J an.
2
July 31
May 28
May 27
Jan.
4
May 24
Feb. 14
July 29
Apr. 23
July (29

115*
125*
6 28 H
2 60
109
Jan. 25 1185*
8
35* July 13
8
Jan.
45* Mar. 12
185* Mar. 12 285* Jan.
125* Mar. 12 21% Jan.

75* Jan.

21X June
435* Jan.

15

17

85* July
85* Apr.
335* July
151
May
185* Jan.
175* July
1085* July
45* Jan.
345* Feb.
295* Jan.
325* July
1755* May
1625* May
1405* July

July 12
5* Mar. 19
405* Mar. 18

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7
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N. Y. STOCK
SALES

AGGREGATE

STOCKS

Low from

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

In

Since

July

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

July 31 1935

6

130

"2",500

N Y N H *

203,700

14,300
2,700
1,600

120,000

Hartford

100

Preferred

8
16

9)4

Sale
Sale
Sale

9>*

6

3

7

Sale

128

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

20

7)4 July
8
9)4
July
8 20)*
July 25
3
6
July
2
8)4
128
July 10 135
14
3

,

July
July
July
July
July

31
31
25
10
29

122)4 160

78

190

3

J?

Sale
131)4 135
122)4 160
x
x
99

6

Ac Western..190

4)4 Sale
8

""3)4

4)4 Sale

Sale

934

2)4

Sale

stamped........

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"II

July ""2 ""4 x July "30

6)* July
July
X July

2
1C
12

3

3)4 Sale
% Sale

•

9

100

50

2)4

X July

9 )* July 31
3x July 29
x July 23

Mar. 12

6

13
25
3X
8)4
Mar. 11 139

9)4 Mar. 12
Mar. 14
Mar. 29

2
4

112

114)* Mar.
x May
99
May
2)4 Feb.

14 114x
31
x
22 99
26
8X

Feb.

6

26

2x Mar.
X Mar.
x May
6)4 Mar.
70
Apr.

15
29
22

'

106,500
1,580
4,460
3,780
261,700
4,200
21,100
3,130

23,200
420
460

440

20,200
700

2,600
720

243,000
9,900
68,100
4,200

*

1,341,600

86,800
340

1,200
60

7,800

;

Shipbuilding...
1% preferred

39,900
230

287,300
15,200
70

{Norfolk Southern

North

220

43,100
49,200
4,800
900
250

5,800
344,200
900

3,700
1,180
203,100
1,400
46,100
700

14,200
16,200
11,300
2,100
4,800
32,700
5,700
3,600
6,100
900

142,400
900

100

1

1,800
1,700
1,800
1,700
11,700
67,400
6,700
1,900
450

200

20,800
44,100
310

800
100

10,300
2,100
3,300
9,600

"2", 600
1,500

1,000
460

13,800
5.450
360
300

15.300
21,800
1,400
800

10,200
11,900
12,200
30,500
450

63,000
10,800
4,900
3,400
500
600

62,600
64,200
4.840
4,000

20,600

99

.....

71

94

13)4

20
37

33

10,000
652,800
23,000
145,700
96,200
162,800
22,100
42,900
233,300
33,100
21,600
52,600
15,000
749,400
25,700
870

1)1
3x
70

4%

2*

•

25

2

i!

X
44 X
103

Penn Coal Ac Coke........l0
Penn-Dixle Cement
*

1)4

.

Pennsylvania

190

.......50

People's Drug Stores Inc ...*
Preferred

100

Gas L Ac Coke

"IP
80

100

175*

Peoria 4k Eastern........100
Pere

Marquette

100

Prior

preferred.........100
Preferred..............100
Pet Milk

...»

Preferred

...100

655,900 Phillips Petroleum.........*
3,500 Phoenix Hosiery.........
5
Preferred

..........190

60,700 Pierce Oil Corp...........25
7,900
8% preferred..........100
60,100 Pierce Petroleum...._......*
35,400 Pllsbury Flour Mills........*
1,800 Pirelli Co of Italy A
18,500 Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa) ...100
8.000
4% preferred
.100
...

260 Pitts Ft Way Ac Chic pref .100

136,100 Pittsburgh Screw Ac Bolt...*
6,880 Pittsburgh Steel pref....100
Pitts Term Coal

Pref conv

Plttsb Ac

.......100

West

Virginia..100

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July
July
July
July
July
July
July

25
25
25
2
31
17
23
24
30

3)4 July
July
3)4 July
x July
x July
8
July
12 x July
x July
75
July
74
July
103 x July
3)4 July
3)4 July
22
July
22 x July
32)4 July
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July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

X July

2x July
x July
33 x July

9

113
Sale
Sale

89 x

Sale

71

Sale

13

13)4 Sale

103" "July "16

24
9

23
23 40x
1
151*
1 112
3 134)4
11
8
1

5)4

5
20

11)4

8

15x

17
5
31
18
18
12
30

1

4x July
13
July
4x July

34
x
11x
14)4

12

1

19

81

1
80x
1 103)4
8
4x
5
29
8

4)4
24
27

30 33x
11 114)4
8 43 x
31
13
13
20
16
24
1
1

6
26
30
5
19
10
15
20

1
8

1
24
16
31

1
July
10 x July

ix July
29 x July
9

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
ix July
12 H July
ix
8)4
7)4
2)4
x
4)4

29
8
3

3
1
9
1
2

16
3

17
2
1
2
25
23
1

23
1
2

2)4 July
14x July
July
July
July
July
19)4 July
45
July
70
July
2
July
3)4 July
2)4 July
52 x July
8
July
68
July
22
July
6)4 July
56
July
x July
4)4 July
X July
35x July

July
5
July 20
July 22
July
1
July
2

July
July
July
July
July

ix July
12
July
3)4 July
54
July
11
July
ix July
9)4 July
9)4 July
3)4 July
x July
5x July
2
July
14x July
53 x July
120
July
40
July
99)4 July
110
July
124)4 July
140
July

111)* July 22 113
39 x
8
86 x
68 x
12 x

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

29 x
22
16 x
10

7
July
2
9)4
28)4 July 11 35
177
July 31 177
6)4 July
2
7)4
24 x July
3 49

Sale
13)4 Sile
52)4 Sale
49
July
118)4 118)4 118)4 July
40
Sale
35
July
96
99)4 Sale
July
zl09
Sale
105)4 July
122)4 Sale 117 x July
133
141
136
July

89)4 Sale
68)4 Sale
Sale

19

5

38)4
67)4
ix

131

5H

24

44

111)4 112)4 111
39)* Sale
46

136

15 x July

18)1 Sale

99

34

^

1

83)4

Public Service El At Gas—

9,300
95 preferred
.*
357,100 Pullman Company.. .......*
458,700 Pure OH
35,475
9% conv pref
...IlOO
5,000
6% preferred.............
185,000 Purity Bakeries
.........*

a

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11)4 Sale
12)4 Sale

7)4
9
28)4 32)4 35
173)4 179 H 177
6)4 Sale
7
22
24)4 47

1)*
33 X

8

33)2

23
5
31
24
18

31

11

Sale

69

"26

26

ix July
July
354
2)* July
Sale
23)4 July
32 x July
Sale
15
12 x July
Sale
102
July
134 5* 132
July
Sale
6x July
Sale
4
July
11x July
12
x July
Sale
Sale
11)4 July

4)* Sale
13

4

22

July

19 x July
1 125
July
1
12x July
1
76 x July
5 49 x July

10
1

July

2%
6h

10)2

7

X Sale
5J4 Sale

101
20 X

%
15)4

55

28)*

pref 199

11h

25

July

"7)4

July

14 x July

74
Sale
80)4 Sale
103)4 Sale 103)4 103)*
3 56
4
4)4 Sale
3)4
3%
3)4 Sale
23
Sale
21
22)4
22)4 Sale
26)4 Sale
32)*
34
32)| 32)4
113)1 114)4 114
116)4
Sale
32)1 Sale 43

k
6

5

12

54 Sale
9)* Sale
14)4 Sale
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79)* 79)4

24)4
6)4

6)4

90,500 {Pressed Steel Car common *
49,300
7% preferred...........too
236,900 Procter Ac Gamble......
♦
4,120
Preferred 5%
199
526,500 Pub Ser Corp of N J common *
45,200
05 preferred
._.*
30,800
4% preferred..........100
15,800
7%
190
7,700
8%
preferred..........100

111

Sale

4

10 x
1x

1

131,600 {Postal Teleg At Cable

14

Sale

11)*
54

5*

Plttston Co (The)..........*
Poor Ac Co class B..........*
Porto Rican Asa Tob cl A...*
Class B

40)4

Sale

3 5*

I

Plymouth Oil

5

Sale

2)2
25

16)4 July
July
5)4 July
40
July
48
July
95

Sale

ix
454

2&

35
13
102

.......100

4% preferred
......100
Pittsburgh United
25

49)*

113)*
95 5* Sale

6)4
2
2)4
24)4 Sale

4x

35)4

J% preferred series A

1

July

124

12)4 Sale

4)4

6)4

^enney (J C) Co

126,800 Phila Ac Reading C At I
*
180,400 Philip Morris Ac Co........10
3,110 Phillips Jones Corp......
*

1,800
1,300
23,700
7,880
1,340
3,300
279,700
58,900
15,200
11,500

"IS

Penlck Ac Ford.............*
100

Sale

715* Sale

Sale

4)1

2
26
29
27

2

9x Mar. 18
1
May 31
13x May 31
3)4 July 23
Jan.

16

4x Apr.
11)4 Apr.

3
4

75

5)*

123

49

49

11x July
23 x July

95

132)4 Sale 133 x
75*
7)4
7)4

04 preferred class A ......*

...

350

68)4

Patino Mines 4k Ent Cons ..*
Peerless Corp
...3

Petroleum Corp
5
550,200 Phelps Dodge
..25
36,600 Philadelphia Co pref 4%..50
6,720
04 preferred
1,070 {Phila Rapid Transit Co...50
1,220
7% preferred
....50

510

iiH
12
17

Sale

15

1

......*

Preferred

Sale

115

3M

4

19
118

)4 Sale

99

10)* July 29
1
July
3
16)4 July
2
3)4 July 23

1)4 Sale
20)* Sale

6K Sale

14x

1

Kxch

5

40

June

Mar.
Jan.
May
Jan.
Jan.

6

Jan.

1

Jan.

X May 22
16)4 Jan.
7

"

73

Sale

60

100

84

47)*

July

9)4 July 24 "Il)*"Jufy"i7
14
80
76)* July 11 82
July 17
Jan.
18 87
7
Sale
81 x July
5 92 x July 15
69
June
5
92 x July 15
Sale
95
July
2 99
July 18
79
May 28 99
July 18
Sale
36x July
9 38)* July 20
30x Jan. 15 43
May 22
1
1)*
1
July 29
July 29
X Mar. 25
ix Jan. 17
Sale 176)4 July
5 186)* July 31 158
Mar. 13 186 x July 31
106
105 x July
99
Jan. 10 108
6 107 x July 30
June 18
Sale
16)1 July 23 19)* July 31
9
Mar. 13
19 x July 31
Sale
48)4 July
1
53)4 July 12
35)4 Mar. 15 53)4 July 12
Sale
2)4 July
1
2
Mar. 13
3x July 18
4
Jan. 23
95
89 x July
1 93
July 11
57
Jan.
3
93
July 11
7)4
7)4 July 15
7)4 July
5
7)4 July 15 10)4 Apr. 26
99
86)4 Mar. 29 95
May 21
Sale
18)4 July ""3 "20)* July "15
13)4 Mar. 28 21)4 Jan.
7
Sale
37)4 July
5 44 x July 25
35 X Jan. 18 44 x July 25
1)2 July 12
ix July 24
1)4 July 12
2x Jan.
4
25)* July
2 26
July 23 x20
Mar. 20
32 x Jan.
3

11)4 Sale

Sale
16)4
Sale

124

4

if
22
10
12
14
3
22
4
7
19
9

2J8 48

554
6
17)4 Sale

28
97

Park Utah Cons Mines.....1
Parmelee Transport Co:
*
f*athe

3)1
72

3

....290

{Paramount Publlx Corp—
Certificates of deposit..10

153,300 People's
1,600
7,700
7,100
5,500
7,500
105,700

15)4

.*

Park Ac Tllford

19)*
43

39)4

9

.........

1,076,900

Sale

11)4 Sale

Otis Steel

.......

97 x

.....

sh

11x

_•

7)4

1)* Sale
26

.*

„

3)*
92

25 x

92

Prior preferred

19)*

51)2

Sale
Sale
2% Sale
89)4 Sale
5
7%

tx\

90

Preferred

105

17 x

39

.*

Outlet Co

1

107

186)*

48 5*

.190

......

37 54

180

14)1

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

,

36^ 37*
175

Oppenhelm Collins 4k Co.
Elevator............
6% preferred...........

1,990 Pacific Coast
10
First preferred...........*
1,590
2d preferred
1,830
335,600 Pacific Gas Ac Elec
...25
175,000 Pacific Lighting Corp
*
♦
20,600 Pacific Mills
14,210 Pacific Teleph Ac Telegr..l00
Preferred
2,920
...—......100
44,100 Pacific Western Oil..
»
1,148,800 Packard Motor Car
8,100 Pan Amer Pet Ac Trans new.5
12,900 Panhand Prod At Kef......*
8% preferred
1,820
100

100

22,900
4,310

86

77
9

4,200 Pacific Amer Fisheries Inc..5

150

98,200

78

83
95

138

American.

93,300 Owena-Vll Glass Co........

90

31,200

76)4

94

74)4

...........100

Otis

11a Sale"

82)4

...100

Preferred A......

16,400
348,900
3,830
444,100
49,360
1,260

4 "10%

69

Norfolk Ac Western.......100
Preferred

10

79
25

517,800 Ohio Oil Co (The)
•
315,900 Oliver Farm Equip .........*
Preferred A
73,300
38,500 Omnibus Corp v t e (The) .*

14,200
4,200

40

..190

New York Steam pref 9%...*

10

930

6H

7% 1st preferred
.....*
Noranda Mines Ltd.........*

400

"5",800

1

6% preferred
77,300
50
262,100 North American Aviation...1
38,500 North Amer Edison pref....*
900 North German Lloyd
1,400 Northern Central
......SO
615,600 Northern Pacific
100
1,990 Northwestern Telegraph..50
10,100 Norwalk Tire Ac Rubber..
*
480
Preferred...............00

300

45,000
69,100
15,400

N Y

1

Lowest

Ask

3x

112

Convertible preferred..199

26,700 N Y Ontario
17,000 NYRyapf.

7%

101

10 N Y Lackawanna Ac West.£90

18",9()0

Ask Bid

15)4
1)4

V*

5% preferred
.190
2,600
1,920 New York 4k Harlem—... 00
10
19% non-cum pref
..50
31,500 {N Y Investors Inc
r,.»

600

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

100

...

RANGE

to

Par

900 New York Dock

200

PRICES IN JULY

July I 1933

23,000 N. T. Chicago Ac St Louis.leo
Preferred series A..... 190
68,400

2,300
15,100

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

.

18

23
30
30
1
22
23
2
1

106

14)4
4)4
26)4
5)4
77
7X
20 x

7 125

Jan.

12 x
76)4
49x
114)4 Mar. 23 114)4

4x Mar. 14

22 x Jan. 16
38
Mar. 12

80

Mar. 12 104

June 11

24

2)4 Jan.

7

8
4

13)4 Mar.

6

Mar. 18
19

June

Mar. 30
Jan.
7

25 h June 24
40x July 31
21

Jan.

2

70
Jan.
2 112
July 23
111)4 Jan. 14 134)4 June 20
6)* July 11
9)4 Apr. 16
3x Mar. 13
5)4 Jan.
7
10 M Jan.
12
June 14
9

x June 20
6)4 Mar. 12

IX Jan.
15 x July

2x Mar.
May
2x Mar.
x Apr.
x Mar.
8
July

17 x
6
ix
1X
17 X

11

27
20
21
18
8
12

7

30

4)4 June 22
Jan. 11
Apr. 26
Feb. 18
Jan.
2
Jan.
2
15
May 23
IX Jan.
4
81
July
8
80 x July 25
110
Mar.
1

31
2
8)* Feb. 28
31
x July 12
8
64)4 Feb.
5
25
57x Apr.
3
1 xl03)4June 1*
29
2x Mar. 13
4)4 Apr.
8
3
Mar.
9
5)1 Jan.
9
18
Mar. 11
27 x May
31
17x Mar. 12 27
July
15
30
Feb.
5 39)4 Apr.
3 110 x Jan.
9 116)* Mar.
31
17 x Mar.
7 43)* July
31
31
31
31
9
11
29
9
30
2
30
19
8
10
30
10
26
22
3

8
1
19

31
31
31
31
25

2)4 Feb. 26
9X Mar. 13
16)4 Mar. 13
13
Mar. 15
14 X May 15
7)4 Mar. 14

12x Mar. 15
23

Feb. 27

38 x Mar.

ix July
3x June
ix Mar.
35 x Mar.
5)4 Mar.
53 x

Apr.

5
26
24

7

18)4 Jan.

8
9

Jan.

24)4 Jan.
19 H Feb.
11)4 May
20)| May
45
July
70
July
4

6

Jan.
Jan.

11
4
23
17
9

30
8

12

22

11
68
23

1

3

Mar

21

July

8

x Apr. 27
2)* July 24
x July 16
31
Apr.
8
72
Apr. 17
7
Mar. 14
26 x June
6

Jan.
Jan.

4

15

May 17
6)4 July 26
68
May 25
x Jan.
8
6)4 Apr. 15
ix Jan.
8
35 )* July 19
76)4 Jan. 25
10 x Feb.
4

42
16 178
9
49

5X Mar. 13
22)4 Mar. 13

Jan.

2

31
18

4)4 Jan.
9
53 x June 15

60

Jan.

Jan.

7

21
12

13x Mar. 12

173

3

20
28
31

32

Feb.

4

May 20
Jan.

11

July 25

1
Mar. 21
9
2)4 Jan.
9
Feb.
10)* Apr.
4 15
29
ix Mar. 20
3)4 July
30
24x Apr.
4 54
July
31
6)2 June 4 11
July
1
Mar. 21
30
2)4 Jan.
18
6)4 Mar. 15 11)4 May
31
6)4 Mar. 15
11)4 Jan.
24
ix Mar. 19
4)4 May
1
x Feb. 28
ix Jan.
29
4)4 June 13 16 x Jan.
5
x May 14
3)4 Jan.
2
6)1 May 14 17
Jan.
23
42X Jan. 12 53 x July
Jan.
2 zl20)*May
2 115
20 x Mar.
31
5 40
July
62 x Feb. 20
31
99)4 July
73
Mar. 14 110
10
July
10
85X Mar. 14 124)4 July
Mar. 14 140
15 100
July

July 30
22
9
16
10
18

19
20
5
31
24
18
23

Mar. 26

Mar. 27

19
12

26

15)* July

3)4 Apr. 22
1

17
2
2
16

26

14)4 July
1

May
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
May
July
July
July
July
Mar.

5 113
July
52)4 Jan.

12
25

29
30
31
4
17
9

10
8
7

21
21

23
23
31
31
10
10
15

47 x July

99
34

Apr. 30

9

9x July
90 x July
71x July
14)1 July

5X Mar. 21
49 X Mar. 18
65
June 25
8)* Feb.
1

10)4 June 19
91)4 June 29
71)1 July 10
14H July 18

20

N. Y. STOCK

Aug., 1935]
AGGREGATE

SALES

In

Since

July

July 1 1933
to

EXCHANGE

N. Y. STOCK

Jan. 1

349,600
8,900
103,600
67,300
11,200
4,600
300

700

6.900
350
.

1,300
1,300
81,700
8,300
1,410

39",800
184,200
78,900
9,400

"

1,800
1,000
1,080
38,100
1,900
12,300
85,300
:

210

"V.466
2,500
6,000
500

26,000
900

1,500
10

110

43,400
1,820
810

17,800
109,100
2,600
2,820
760

14,200
200

19,600
200

160,100
2,000
4,460

<

132,300
18,200
76,800
14,700
3,500
460

80,000
3,900
58,900
90,600
13,300

6,000
1,300
980

3,560
13,300
193,900

4

22
,

13

8
ll?t

29%
28

27
20
1

5%
6%
24 %
24

98%
2

...........5
319,100 ,v«i Motor Car
602,800 «epu bile Steel Corp
*
Convertible preferred ..100
246,000
24,300
6% pref ctfs of deposit....
8,200 Revere Copper & Brass.... 5
Class A
10
3,600
Preferred..
1»*
3,550
128,200 Reynolds Metals Co
*
6,400
5% % conv. pref..
-100
54,300 Reynold* Spring Co
1
507,600 Reynolds (RJ)Tob cl B.„—10
Class A
10
1,480
400 Rhine Westphalia Elec Power

9

19
28

5%
13
35

*

42
.

6%

39 %
55 %

12%

8,700 Rltter Dental Mfg
*
67,600 Roan Antelope Cop Mines...
34,700 Royal Dutch Co N Y ehs—
J 00
1,910 Rutland RR. pref—

20

28?*
3

10%

261,500 St Joseph Lead—....—..10
27,400 tSt Louis-San Francisco. 100
Preferred
.......100
22,810
t Louis Southwest....-.100
1,470

i*
6

12

..........100
164,200 Safeway Stores.........
*
Preferred (6) ...........100
7,350
Preferred (7)..........-100
7,440
940

Preferred

35 H

80

90 J*
4H
17 X

56,200 Savage Arms Corp..........*
597,000 Schenley Distillers Corp....5
45,330 Schulte Retail Stores...... 1
16,430
8% preferred........—100
5,331 Scott Paper..
152,100 tSesboard Air Line........*
Preferred
......-.—100
5,700
185,100 Seaboard Oil Co of Del.—.*
4,600 Seagrave Corp (The).—....*
686,900 Sears, Roebuck Ac Co.......*
10,900 Second Nat Investors.......1
S5 conv preferred........-1
8,650
1
827,700 Servel inc
...— *
113,400 Shattuck (G F)
162,410 Sharon Steel Hoop .....—*
44,900 Sharp 8c Dohme
*
Conv pref aeries A-.....-*
12,530
1,570 Shell Tranep Ac Trading... tl
572,600 Shell Union Oil..
—
*
45,200
Convertible preferred-.100
486,700 Silver King Coalition.—..—5
.........
*
242,900 Simmons Co
214,900 Simms Petroleum......... 10
50,600
10,500
3,100
8,870
131,600
1,266,500

1%
8

37 %

2%
30

3%

i

330*
19

20
380

660

500

800
360

570

27,700
240
20

4,100
218,200
19,700
2,280
30,900
1,000
17,400
150,600

998,400
556,100
198,600
2,000
5,400
•1,360
6,810
161,900
3,670

*

....

3

12%
5%
7

785,300
48,700
7,740
187,200
1,000
17,400
1,011,500
5,050

89

1$

preferred A..*
Spiegel-May-Stern Co.
*
6% % preferred
100

ul"

5,100
18,000
18,500
6,400
16,700
8,200
2,000
69,700
63.400

1$

Ind—25

23

200

Standard Oil of Kanaea——10

19

600

*

"102,900
84,800
221,000
3,300
450

3,600
12,600
21,500
4,600
80,500
300

1,100

-

4,700
8,800
86,400
33,400
87,800
60,800
2,700
9,200
700

Preferred

•

.

.

—.......

preferred..........—.*

(6%)..—.—..—*
•
Standard Investing Corp...*
Standard OH Export pref. 100
Preferred

Preferred (7%)

Stand OH Of

Calif

...

Standard Oil Co of

StarrettCo (TheL S)

•

...

V

94?*
26?*

33?*
6

Sterling Products Inc.——10
Sterling Sec Corp cl A.——. *

45 %

*
5**

25*
28?*
4?*
2?*
2?*

Preferred
Conv 1st

.........

preferred

Warner Corp.—...5

Stone ft Webster

....1

1,192,700 tStudebaker Corp..
24,000
5,860
29,600
128,700
59,600
9,300
80,500
8,400
13,400

*

25

Standard Oil ef N J

Stewart

Sun Oil

*
IOC

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

Prefor red..

Superheater Co (The)......*
Superior OH .......
1
Superior Steel
U»«

42

96
xll

(The).-5#

25

Swift & Co

...»

tSymington Co....
Class A—

23,600 Telautograph Corp........ 5
69,000 Tennessee Corp............5
520,100 Texaa Corp (The).........25
279,300 r«xa* Gulf Sulphur._.._...*
264,500 Texas Pacific Coal ft OH...10
»
477,600 r«i Par I d T»uat ctfs
12,300 lexas At Pacific..........100
.......
91,800 (•butcher Mfg
Convertible preferred....*
5,200




1243* 125
Sale
Sale
4% Sale
II
11?*
133* Sale
1
1?*
33*
3?*

112?* 113
•343* Sale
25?* Sale
25
26?*
46% Sale
16?* Sale
63% Sale
1%
13*
3?* Sale
38
40?*
10% Sale
5% Sale
2?* Sale
71
Sale
116

18?*
23*

«11

3%
15%

119

19?*
Sale
4

Sale

IS

1%

3?*

73* Sale
4?*
4%

16?*

20

22 H

33?*
5

1$
Sale

Sale
Sale

11%

Sale

18

_.

Sale

13 H

.

38 %

53?*

4% Sale
3%
4%
80
35
Sale
67

12% Sale
13
Sale

Sale
Sale

56

103%
8?*
15%
126?*

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
128

4% Sale
4

Sale

5% Sale
14% Sale
16?* Sale
1 %

112%
33?*
25%
25%
47

18%
64?*
1?*
4
42

12%
83*
4

69

118%
18?*
2%
9?*
4%
16?*

ig

7%
7?*

5% July
July

11
42

July
July

62% July
101?* July

26

6
July 27
15% July 31
125
July
2

July
6
3?* July 23
4
July 12
10
July 22
11% July 12

3
15
4

July 29
11% May 23

37

2
19
21
14

July

6% Jan.
60
Jan.
13
Mar.
24
Mar.
15?* Apr.
II
Mar.

May 23

97

19% Apr. 26
13
July 29
18% Jan.
9

15
19

11% May 23
91?* May 23
July 19
50
July 19
20
Feb. 15
15% May 24

15
22
20
12
3
11

33

2
2 107% Jan. 15 111% July
20
Jan. 30 28% May 24
2
5

Feb.
4 150
10% Mar. 13 20%
5?*
3
May
6
2
1% July 12
12?* Mar. 18 20?*
5?* July
8 16%
7
July
8 20%
15
July 23 33?*

132

2i
12
July 15
July 30

July
July

1
' 1

5
5

31
16

12?* July
14% July
47% July
73
July
103% July
8% July
16% July
128% July

3

21% May 23
2
Jan.
8
2% Jan.
8
14
Jan. 12

13
6

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.

5

4% July 31

10
6
1

7
31

94% July 31
110
Mar.
1
4?* May
9
18?* July 30
69
July 29

21% May 13
Jan.
2
13 46
113?* June 29
11
25 114?* June 19
15 11% July 17
2 33 % July 17
4
Jan.
2
4
4 20% Jan. 18
June 11
2 69
% Jan.
4
29
1 % Jan.
5
14
12 35% May 9
4% Jan. 26
July 24
Mar. 12 52% July 31
2
Jan.
7
May
6
July 31
Apr.
3 57
July 29
Mar. 13 11
9?* Apr. 22
Mar. 14
17% July 29
Mar. 14
5?* July 31
Mar. 12
July 23
June 20 50

6

3% July 20
70
July 13
35% July <>2

33% July 11
9% July
1

11?* Jan.

July

July
12% July
July
6
July
57?* July
88
July

13

Jan.

15

95 % July

7
10
14
22
22
7
7

July

10

9
29

July

20%
5%
63%
8%

19
19

22

81% July 26
3?* July 16
3?* July 18
70

9

3?*
44

9
2

2

Jan.

21

43% Jan.
42% July
37% May
9
July
50
July
2% Jan.

5
Mar. 14
Apr.
2
59% Apr.
3
3% Mar. 13
3?* June 25
65
Mar. 23

7M Mar.
8% Mar.
33?* Feb.
22
43% Mar.
22
1 101?* July
6
July
31
13% Apr.
23
25 122% June

31
22

4% July 31
4?* July
2
5% July 27

2%
1%
1%
4?*

2

June 10

Jan.

7
74

22

Jan.
7
36% May 11
12% July 31

3

Apr.

July

July 30
Jan.
4
Jan.
4
Jan. 12
7?* May 24
63
May 16
91
June 15
5% Jan.
2

42

32

July
5
June 11

14
14

14% July 22
14 47?* July 22
27 79% Jan. 17
1
26 103% July
8% July 31
27
3
30 19% Jan.
Apr.
9
4 130

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4% Jan.

15
15
15
15

21

ii JS: 130

14?* July 31
14% July 31
16% July 31
6
Mar. 15
16% July 31
1J&n*
7
% July 17
1% July 31
Apr.
6
Jan.
3 116
9 111
112% July 13 112?* July
Sale
38% May 24
27?* Mar. 15
35
July
2
323* July 22
Sale
9
23
Mar. 15 27% May
25 H July
3 26% July 30
Sale
Feb. 18
25% July 31 32
July
9
25% July 31 26
Sale
35?* Mar. 18 50% May 23
2
45?* July 20 48% July
Sale
20
July
9
123* Mar. 14
July'
9
Sale
16% July
3 20
67
Apr. 25
58% Jan. 15
July 23
61?* July 10 67
Sale
1% Jan. 18
1% Mar. 19
1% July
3
1% July 31
Sale
5% Jan.
3
3% Mar. 28
4?* July 29
3 ?* July
1
4?*
July 31
36
Mar. 15 42
42
July 31
40
July 18
Sale
6% Mar. 6
13?* July 30
10% July
1 13?* July 30
Sale
8$ July 31
2% Mar. 14
8% July 31
5% July 23
Sale
4
July 31
2?* Apr. 17
4
July 31
2% July
1
Sale
60% Mar. 20 75% May 25
71% July
2
July 20
69% 68
Mar. 23
119
July
5 115?* Jan. 10 121
Sale 117% July 22
Apr.
4 21% June 19
18% July
5 20% July 16 xll
20
3
Apr. 17
1% Jan.
2
2?* July
5
1 % July 27
Sale
5
Mar. 18
10% July 29
10?* July 29
7 % July
2
Sale
5?* Jan.
3
3?* Mar. 6
3% July 13
4% July 31
Sale
17?* July 18
15% July 11
17?* July 18
153* July 11
Sale
% Jan.
4
?* Apr. 15
% July
9
% July 16
2% Jan.
4
1?* Apr. 29
lk July 12
1% July 23

Sale

% July 17

•

18

6% Sale
4

1%
40

18% July
9
13?* July 30

8
8
23

54

Sale

69

"15% Sale"

L,

....

Sweet* Co of Amer

For footnotes see page 43

62?*
102

July
July

57?* Sale

46

3?*
31

25
31
29

19 111% July

18%
5?*
1H
17%
5% July
7
15

Sale

6

•

104,100
12,500
18,000
2,100
1,000

44

-

Standard Brands...

$4

75

35?* Sale
9?* Sale
113*
11?*

3H

30,900 Stand Com'l Tobacco..—..*
145,400 Standard Gas ft Elec.......*
108,200
33,000
72,000
27,600
14,900
540,600
463,100
5,100
895,400
61,000
134,300
10,800
10,200
3,100
330,100
281,100

Sale
3%

12?*

C.—.l

13 %
120

330

4?*

3?*

7% Sale

88

67

147

9% Sale
17%
21
53*
6%

July

50

July 22 25%
July 22 150
July 23 20%
5%
July 12
lk
July 12
July
8 20?*

23

"19% Sale"

7?*
61

2%

Convertible

Riohts

6

85?*

3
1
18
31

10?* July
89% July
33
July

111% July

19?* Sale

9% Sale
Sale
23?*
28

30 %

7%

Sperry Corp (The) v t
Spicer Mfg Co
. \

Sale

55?*

5

preferred..........100
33,100 Spencer Kellogg ft Bona....*
360

146

152

19?* Sale
5?*
7?*
1%
4?*
18

Sale
148

23

Sale

24

9% July 10
86
July 31
22% July
8
33
July
1
16% July 31
12
July 19

Sale
Sale
Sale

46% Sale
16% Sale
13% Sale

Sale

2

17
17
31
31
10

8?* July 15
17% July 29
5?* July 31
50
July 23
37
July 29
il% July 31
97
July 31
14% July 23
13
July 29
15% July
2

10%
3%
45%
343*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
97
Sale
13% Sale
12% Sale
5% Sale
10

11
1

7?* July
2
July
3
July
3
July 11
July 23
9
July 19
90
July 19
13
July 31
9
July
1
5
July 19

Sale

30

20

Sparks Wlthlngton..___..—*
Spear ft Co
—

57
11

86

30?*

preferred.......
100
Spang Chalfant ft Co pref 100
1st

8

8

123*

15

*

ft Bros

Spalding (A G)

3

9% July

5?*
49%
35%
11%

17% Sale

148

10?*

Edison....25
Southern Dairies class A... *
Class B
*
Southern Pacific Co.....-100
Southern Railway....... 100
Preferred
.........100
Mobile At Ohio certlfa..l00

51?* July

3

2
29

6 k June 26
62?* Jan. 25
63% July 31
2% Jan.
2

68?* July 29
8% May 16
19% May 16
92
May 16
24% Jan. 10
108?* July
5
23% July 26
55
July 29
61% May 16
13% Mar. 13
12% June 14
30% May 17
43
June 14
5% Jan.
3
Apr. 18

10?* Mar.
% June
I
Apr.
6
Apr.
12
Mar.
36?* June
104?* Mar.
110
Jan.
6
Jan.
22
Mar.
1?* Apr.
8
Apr.
55
Jan.
?* June
% Mar.
20?* Mar.

1
30

July
July
July

2

22?*
Sale

33

% July
2
6
1% July
11
July
2
July
30 19
22 41?* July
July
8 113
July
11 114
2 11% July
3 33% July
2% July
16
3 14% July
18 68% July
3
% July
% July
3
19 30% July
3?* July
24
52% July
3

9

89?*

25

112

._10«j

8% preferred
California

,

Sale Prices

4
Mar. 13
50
Mar. 18
35?* Mar. 12
1% Mar. 13
16% Mar. 13
29% Mar. 28
36
Apr.
6
33
Apr. 15
3% Apr.
4
20% Apr.
2
1
Mar. 26
8
Mar. 12
7
June
1
71?* Jan. 15
70
Jan.
9
98% June 10
2% Mar. 13
9
Mar. 15
28% Mar. 18
28
Mar. 15
5% Apr.
3
13
Apr. 17
75
Apr.
9
17% Apr. 29
101
• June 10
12?* Mar. 20
43?* Mar. 26
55?* Apr. 22
13
June
6
5% Mar. 26
21% Feb. 25
29% Mar. 12

10

July

20

2

1% July

111?* 111% 111% Sale

76
20

preferred..—.—..100

40% July 26
36
July
1
5
July 16
34
July 18
1
July
2
10% July
9
85* July
1
83
July
2
82
July
5

16% Sale

Sale

13

11

3

56?* Sale
10% Sale

\H

Sale

19

*3?*

Sou

207,900
114,000
63,500

a

Sale

893*

12

jx

50

63?*
2%
20%
38?*
42?*

Sale

2

9?* Sale
73* Sale
10?* Sale
3?*
3?*
41?*
44
35?*
35?*

10

42

31% July

18% Sale
17% July
17?* Sale
%'
1
% July
% Sale
1
July
1%
1%
13*
1?*
July
8%
11% 11
11
12?*
18
18
July
18%
14
20
38% Sale i 37?* July
39
Sale
110
110% 109% July
113
Sale
112
July
112% 112
113?* Sale
10
Sale
8% July
8?i
8?*
31
Sale
29?* July
29?* Sale
2
July
2% Sale
2?*
2?*
11?* July
11%
12?* 143* Sale
65
July
68
Sale
65?*
66
% July
% Sale
% Sale
H July
%
%
?*
1
27
July
30
Sale
30?* Sale
3% July
3%
3%
3?*
3?*
41% July
52% Sale
423* Sale

5

6

56

July 31
54% July
1
2
July
2
18% July
3

10?*
13
9?* Sale
95
Sale
84
94% Sale
83
Sale
95
103
95
104
3?* Sale ""2%"Jul"y"3i ""3% July "18
3
Sale
17?* Sale
12% July
2 18% July 30
13?* Sale
68
Sale
47
July 29
July
2 69
47?* Sale
68
Sale
47
July
2 68?* July 29
47?*
48
7
8
8
July 30
6% July 11
5%
7
18?* 15% July
5 18% July 22
15?*
16?* 17
86
Sale
83
July 18
July 12 87
77
84
23?* Sale
21% July
2 24% July 29
22
Sale
5
July 12 108?* July
107?* Sale 1073* Sale 107
22% Sale
19?* July
3 23 % July 26
20?* Sale
51
July 29
July
1 55
54% Sale
51
Sale
61
Sale
59
July
3 61% July 16
59
60
12?*
17?* 133* 17%
10% Sale ""9% JuTy'II "10% "July "30
10
10?*
July 13
26%
27% 26% July
1 28
26?* Sale
41
July 16
July 20 43
41?*
41?* 423* Sale
5
July 29
4% Sale
3?* July
3
3?*
3?*

89?*
92
14?* Sale
93* Sale
15?* Sale

45?*
5%

«

6?* July 29
July 16
July 31
July 24
July 17
July 31
July 10
37
July 15
9
July 22
50
July 22
1% July 23
14
July 24
10% July 31
95?* July 31
94% July 31

1

54

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
42 J*
37

Highest '

Lowest
Sale Prices

5% July

Sale

83

10
27

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

1?*
133*
10?* Sale

52

30

Preferred

1,770
339,300

Ask

12

1%

....—100
Sloss-Sheffield Steel Ac Ir.100
Preferred..............100
Snider Packing
♦
Socony Vacuum Oil Co lne.15
Solvay Am Inv Corp—

110

Ask Bid
6?*
6% Sale
54
55
Sale
63?*
55 M Sale
2?*
2?* Sale
193*
18?* Sale
32
33?* 373*
41
42?* 38
36
36
Sale
5
5%
A*
45
35
39
1?*
I
1%

6

So Porto Rico Sug

170

*

19

Skelly Oil Co

5H%

9%

101
«'

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31'

July 1
Bid

39,500 Raybestos-Manhattan——*
50
21,500 Reading Company...
First preferred.........-50
3,200
Second preferred.......50
4,400
lo
16,900 Real Silk Hosiery
Preferred..............150
1,040
*
11,100 Rets (Robt) Ac Co..—
1st preferred ..........100
6,600
268,800 Rem'ton-Kaad ............
1st preferred..........too
32,100
id
preferred...
4,750
130 Renns & Saratoga RR Co. 100

51,000
i

July 311935

•
1,848,333 Radio Corp of Amer
7% preferred "A**——50
98,300
Preferred B..........
*
857,100
309,100 IRadlo-Keltb-Grpbeum CI A*

8,500
160,000

400

11,800

"

Par

Shares

Shares

1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from,

STOCKS

41

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Sale

19% Sale
34% Sale
6
Sale
10
Sale

20
19?*
19?* Sale
57
Sale

6% July 29
4
July 12
18% July IS
33% July
1
4% July
1

9% July 25
17 H July

11

17% July
56
July

3

7% July 11
4?* July
20 ?* July

35%
6%
11?*
20?*
19?*
57

•

July
July
July
July
July
July

29
1
30
9
1
30
30
19

6% July
4

29

Mar. 15

16% Mar. 13
28% Apr.
-I
3?* Jan.
2
8?* Jan. 15
Apr.

22

13% May
May

l.

14

50

9% Jan.

9

Jan. 26
May 17

5%
23%
36%
6?*
12?*
25?*
19%

Feb. 19
July
9
May 14

57

July

Jan.

10

Feb. 15
19

42

N. Y. STOCK
SALES

AGGREGATE

Jan.

July
Shares

July 31 1935

1,900
5,500

11,300
40,200

1,000

72,700
8,800
100

63,000
7,100
80

so

26,400
96,000
37,400
23,400
5,000
7,000
233,500
42,400
6,300
11,900
60

22,800
190,700
71,700
44,400
16,400
710
15,300
44,000
155,600
3,800
1,300

1,300
720

20,700
1,300
10,400

4,400
9,400
1,600
29,500
260

3,700
38,500
2,700
16,000
1,100
20,000
58,100
64,100
23,500
1,700
444,500
51,600
800
30

40,400

3,100

"

48,466
23,200
170
4,000
4,900
12,500
800

1,290

3,600
21,100
39,100
5,100
156,800
4,870
22,100
171,600
41,100
123,300
5,000
112,700
340,800
308,100
402,700
23,500
1,799,150
175,800
9,600
330

52,100
1,100
160,500
75,000
3,970
44,200
60,800
121,600
6,400
8,500

3,580
100

600

8,800
16,300
1,330
20,200
79,800
3,070
66,400
6,500
18,200
24,900
637,900
23,410
23,100
104,100
6,500

2,500

"4,806
15,400
80

9,800
1,700
2,300
7,800
153,700
7,340
2,000
11,400
600

4,800
1,400

,

?

37,800
2,800
2,390
2,330
1,670

:

800
490
300

1,000
17,100
.

•

600
1,100
6,200

13

Preferred..

Tidewater Avoc Oil........*

Preferred

Tidewater Oil

5%

I0fl

...

-*

.....

18

preferred......100

Tlmken-Detrolt Axle Co... 10

62
3

Tlmken Roller Bear........*

21

conv

Transamerlcs Corp..—..

*

..

Transc & West Air Inc
Tran

Williams Steel

(k

5

a

Forft*

Tri-Continenta! Carp......*

.__—_*

Preferred......
rrfco Products

Truax Traer

d7A

.*

Twin City Rapid

Preferred

Transit—*

X

.....100

4%

...

Elliott

United Stores A....
Preferred

Preferred
U S

4,420
203,900
32,900
12,080
15,170
10,370
7,000
9,270
3,500
14,100
99,400
10,400
19,000
52,400




13 %

5%

2in

4

56

46

42
13 X

Secur Corp ..*
*

7%

20

U S Indus Alchol..

*

Class A

v

c

....-*

t c

Prior preferred v t c ....100

U S Realty Ac Impt
U S Rubber

*

42

;

Preferred

.....10

P Ac L "A**

21

4
4%
12% Sale

Sale

109% Sale
Sale

71

33%

Sale

88

Sale
132

2

.........5

3 X

7% 1st preferred.......100

Van Raalte

Co

Vick Chemical inc

Sale

tW abash

100

104

105

37
-

1%

15

74

IX

Co....

Class B
7%

o

$3.85

...

5

•

...

IX

'.10«

Bros Pictures

2X

preferred.....*

Warner-Quinlan

.

Convertible preferred....*

Preferred..

$4

conv

preferred

West Penn

El Co

....

%
Sale
9
13%
22% Sale
4%
5

3

80

60

1

X

•

*

9

43

5%
39

X
4%
10%
22%

g4 M
40%
80%
70

Sale

Sale

80

Sale

Sal*
81

..100

67

Sale

69

Sale

88X

119

Sale

119

6% preferred
Western Dairy Prod A
Class B v t c

Sale

-.100

78 X

•

1%
%
5%
7%
1%
2%

112% Sale 113% Sale
1%
1%
%
% """"% """%
7%
7%
8% Sale
10%
13
12% Sale
1%
1%
1 % Sale
2%
2%
3% Sale

.......

*

Western Maryland.......100
Second preferred...... 100
Western Pacific..........100

Preferred

100

■

■

"

'If'".

Sh—7-

H-—

-4

19% July

103

July
July
July
July
July
July

15

31
29
17
1
1
19

July 16
July 29

"71"" Jiil"y'23 "75"" July ""5
115% July

3 116% July

1% July

18

1% July

23

a

1%
Sale
Sale
Sale

,

% July

29

"22

West Penn Pow
pref 7%..100

100

3

Sale
5% July
5 ""7% July
Sale
27% July
1
31
July
117% 117% July 22 117 % July
Sale
2% July
1
3
July
9%
7% July 12 10% July
1 % July
1
1% July
VA
Sale
37
July
1
43
July
Sale
3% July
1
5% July
Sale
24
July
3
40% July
%
% July
9
% July
Sale
3% July 25
4% July
Sale
10% July 31
13% July
23% 22% July
3
24% July
4% July 13
4% July

34
39 %
36

7% preferred..
Preferred (6)

% July

15
30

75

49

*A"

23
8
6
1
29

1% July
2% July

1%
37%
79%
64%

15

._....*

Sale

%
4%

13%

100

Wells Fargo Ac Co
Wesson Oil At Snowdrift

Sale

25

%
2%
7%

*

.

4

12

*

-.

Warren Bros

1% Sale
37% Sale

24

5

7

5

.....

1%
1%
2% Sale
1%
2%
-

lis
°81X

*

July
July
July
July
July

25
Sale

2%
7
5_%
6
27% Sale
30%
116
118% 117
2% Sale
2%

•

•

referred

conv

1%

*

15
73

114%

1%
Sale
a

2

IX

...loo

Baklna class A..

Warner

80

1

Walgreen Co

Ward

25

100

6>£% preferred..

21
96

100% 100% 102%
2%
"3
2%

2

•

30
3

"i3" July""3 "16% July "29

18 24%
July 12 104
Sale
36% July
3 38
Sale
2% July
5
3
Sale
19
July
8
23
100
105
July
1 110
Sale
101
July
2 104%
3%
3% July 29
3%
106

37%
2%

Sale
Sale

105

Preferred B............100

Walworth

Sale

Sale

3

22%

15

.100

July
July

30
1

12

5

15

24%
6%
18%
3%

7
13
15
23
18
£

1% July

2

36% July 25
79%, July
1
64% July
1
75
July
1
66% July 25
117% July 12
a: 112
July
3
1% July 15
% July
6
7% July
2
10% July 18
1% July
2% July

19
19

1% July
40% July
83
July
73% July
83% July
74
July
120
July
113% July
1% July
% July
8% July
12% July
1 % July
3% July

29
26
6
17
17
30
30
29
23
2
22
8
18
3
31
9
10
10
10
29
17
11
6
29
31
26
30

June 24

5% May 24
Jan.

15

12
29
14

13
4
7

15
13

12
41

50%
7

10%
10%
4%
92%
42%
6%
6%

5
18

5

July
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

June

18
6
13

15
28

3

June

3

Apr.
Apr.

4
3

Mar. 15

%
19%
11%
11%

Mar. 15
Apr. 11
Apr. 11
Feb.
7

91
34

Feb.

24
29
24
24
25
27
23
7
10
24
19

18

Jan.
July
Apr.
Jan.
July
June
Jan.
July
July
July
Jan.
July
Jan.
Jan.
July
June
June
Jan.

4
9
5
22
31
23
10

3
17
22
31
25
9

2
9
24
24
7

May 16
90% May 23
7% Jan.
9
92% May 14
15% July
2
107% July 16
3% June 29

5% Jan.
33% Jan.
7% Jan.

7
24
3

65% Jan.

19

66%
Feb.
9 152
July
2 40%
July 13
2%
Feb.
6
19%

Mar. 14

29
25
29
7
4
23
4
19

27% Feb. 18

June 10
2%
Mar. 29 69%
July 17 133
May 28 50%
Jan. 15 65%
Feb.
6 20%
Mar. 28 111%
Mar. 14 90%
Mar. 13 26%
Mar. 13 17%
Mar. 13
6%
Mar. 29
15%
May 16 26%
Jan. 18 117%
Jan. 28 61%
Feb. 27
4%
Mar. 13 39%
June 14
13%
Mar. 13 11%
Mar. 21

5

July
Apr.
July
Jan.
May
May
June
July
June
July
July
May
Apr.
July
July
July
Jan.
May
July
Feb.

20%

15 106%
15
8%

14% Mar. 14
19% Jan.
7
% June 24
5
July 26
X Jan.
2
11

7% Feb. 14

102%

20

84

% Sale
22% 24%
Sale

115%

Waldorf System....

""3""

24

36
95

...

135

20

£00
-.100

Pieferred A

5

13%
35%
102%
72%
43%
99%

19

57 X
60

Detianlna
7% preferred

July
2
1%
10
July
6
July 18
3%
46
July 25
51
July 15
July 29 133 X

28

a

23%

100

Vulcan

6%

Sale

7%

pref

25

13%

10

prior

40

16

•

Chem....

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

26
1%
9
53%
24 126%
29
8
44
31
15
14%
23
82%
3
79%
17
20%
22
9%
31
4%
7
25
23
20%
8 113
46
9
2
1%
2
20%
15
8%
27
4%
65
26
9
3%
8
71%
2
9%
16
87%
1
2%

85

7% July
3
8% July 24
4% Mar. 12
July
8
89
July 23
65% Mar. 26
Sale
56% July
1
63% July 31
40% Mar. >2
153
Sale
July 10 156% July 15 143
Jan. 11
Sale
5% July
1
5
Feb.
6
7% July 31
Sale
40
July 31
46% July 13
35% Mar. 13
6% July 17
7
July 10
3% Mar. 15
6%
11 % July
Sale
2
14% July 18
7% Mar. 16
68
65
July
8
67
53
Jan. 22
July 19
Sale
3% July
3
3
Mar. 13
5% July 31
12
Sale
July
3
14% July 25
9% Mar. 13
31
Sale
July
5 36% July 25
24% Mar. 14
Sale
101% July 31 111% July 23
95
Apr.
5
73
70% July
1
73% July 24
62% Jan.
3
Sale
33% July
2
43% July 31
27% Mar. 18
Sale
87% July
3 100% July 29
73% Mar. 18
139
132
July
2 137
July 11 119% Jan.
4
165
159% July
5 160% July 11 149% Feb. 11
49% July
8 52
40
Mar. 22
July 15
Sale"
2 J,
1
Mar. 15
July 12
3% July
2

Sale

6% preferred..........100

16
1
July 18
79% July 23
3% July 18
73
July 27
14% July 22
103% July
1
2%. July 11
7

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

10
7
7

Sale

54%

5

Va Caro

63%
156%
7%

60

23

100

16

61%
4%
39%
10%
11%
81%
4%
90%
15%
107%
3%

1% July 15
2
13% July
6
14
4% July
3
5%
Sale
59
July 11 60%
Sale
57% July 30 66%
155
147% July
1 152
35
30
July
2
35%
1
Sale
July 13
1%
12
July
2
Sale
14%
Sale
18% July
3
20%
Sale
20% July 17 21%
1%
% July
9
1
5
7
July 26
7

Sale

160

48%

19
11%

Corp.

Preferred

8%
88

13%

3

Vanadium Corp of America.*

6%

62

%

V ad sco 8ales

1

7
12

32

40

1

60

65

6%

159

'

8 117

55% July 24

""5% Sale"

11%

124%

S Tobacco..

Sale

15% Sale
106% Sale
3% Sale

62

100

7% preferred

Sale
Sale

131

United States Steel.. ....100
U

Sale
Sale

5%

SIX

50
.....50

...

8%

57

155

*

Preferred..

8

84

9%
17%
53 X
51X
27%
67 X

...100

4

2%
13%

7%

-.100

1st preferred..
U S Smelt Ref Ac Ma

Sale

82

45
3

*

8%

3%
73

1%
69%
17 128
1
35%
1
65%
30
18%
3 109
12 90%
8
26%
1
17%
3
6%
6
15%
26 26%

"15% "17"" "19% Sale" "15% "July "17 "19% July"31

32*
7*

*

U S Leathers t

Sale

5%

34 X
110

preferred..........100

U S Hoffman Mach..—....5

Sale

80

Sale

1

4*
11*
60*

-

Sale

56% Sale

a

12

U S Express..............100
U S Freight
*

Sale

64% Sale
58%
147% Sale 150%
30
34% 33
IX
1%
\X
12% Sale
13%
19
Sale
19%
21
21% 21

108%

—100

Sale

3% July

Sale
64

5

37

15

23%

15
23

35% July
8% July

13%

2%

Sale

31
July
61% July
17% July
101
July
89% July
23
July
13% July
5% July
9% July
23% July
117
July

Sale

2

il"

Sale
Sale

16%
6%

1% July
67
July

126% July

39% Sale
9% Sale
10% Sale

3% Sale
86% Sale
14% Sale
103% Sale
3% Sale

s|S

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

81

49 %

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
8%

8

50

90
24

all9

115%
58%
3%
36%
8%

20 %

Corp

U S Gypsum Co

Sale
Sale
24X
Sale
Sale
9%
Sale

89%
24

9

1st preferred.............*

U S Ac Foreian
Preferred..

64% Sale
17% Sale
106% Sale

24 X

100

Preferred..

32% Sale

3K

Pipe & Foundry.......20

U S Distrlb

Sale
Sale

19
104 %

Had Co-.l

2
Sale
131

Sale

104 X

Universal Plct 1st pref_._.100
Universal Pipe Ac

1%
68

Sale

18

8%

...100

3

23

61%

13 %

...—*

6%

31

11%
82%
62 %

Leaf Tobacco....*

17%
2%
17%
10%
99%

126% 129% 129

95
29
•34

-

6

IX

68

22%

—*

Preferred

4%
3
21%

1%

Fisher.^*

24%

"T%

Sale

20

*

Underwood

3/4

Sale

4X
4%
2%

3$

10

Ulen Ac Co

Universal

38

Coal..........*

Truscon Steel Co.

Sale
18%

4%

10% Sale
98% Sale
39
35
37
106 % Sale
106%
8
5% Sale
39 X Sale
49%
7
6 % Sale
9%
9%
9%
9% Sale
10%
3% Sale
4%
91
80
85

25 %

......

Sale

2H
15

Highest
Sale Prices

5% July 16
7% July 23
5% Apr.
85
July 10
85
90
July 10
61% Jan.
4
July
6
4% July 31
Sale
2% Mar.
2% July
2
2
June
3% July 31
Sale
1
24% July 29
16
Mar.
24% 20% July
5 % July
6
6%
6% July 29
5% Jan.
5
14% July
Sale
18% July 29
13% Mar.
2
July
2
Sale
2% July 31
1% Mar.
18% July
9
20
17
18% July
9
Apr.
11
9% July 20
Sale
July 13
7% Mar.
98
July
2 100% July 10
84
Sale
Jan.
41
35
July
5
41
July 19
26% Mar.
1 106% July
Sale 106% July
9 100
Feb.
Sale
5% July
1
8% July 24
4% Mar.
39% July
1
Sale
28% Mar.
50% July 29
Sale
7
6% July
1
July
5
4% Mar.
9
July
3
Sale
9% July 15
7% Mar.
8% July
1
Sale
10% July 25
5% Mar.
3% July
1
Sale
4% July 27
1% Mar.
Sale
81% July
9
69
92% July 23
*Apr.
37% July 15 39% July
36
Feb.
5
4% July
3
"4%
5% July
9
4% Jan.
4 % July
2
Sale
3% Mar.
6% July 24
3
3%
July
£
3% July 17
2% June
Sale
19% July 10 24% July 30
18
Mar.

82

90

15

iY4

•

26,300 Warren Fdry 8c Pipe.......,;*
17,400 Webster Eisenlohr
*
120

"""660

1

25

R)

Vlrainla Blec Ac Power 6% pf*
500 Virginia Iron. Coal A: CokelOO
20
5% preferred...........100

60

5%

4% Sale
2% Sale
20% Sale
5X
5%

2

Thompson Products—
•
Thompson Starrett
...—*

181,400 Utilities

"""150

v

(J

130 Utah Copper

10

;

Thompson

1

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid
7
5%

82

2%

41,600 United Piece Dye Works
•
18,170
Preferred..............100

40

>

Third Nat'l Investors....—

1,010

~

1

.....100

—

160

480

45,400
4,200

45

Thermold Co.............

.....

600

6,200

4

preferred.......... 100

7%

•

Third Avenue..

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

360
7% preferred
*
65,600 Union Bad Ac Paper....
*
•
732,700 Union Carbide Ac Car
211,100 Union Oil, California......25
230,700 Union Pacific
.....100
Preferred
...100
31,500
50,700 Union Tank Car
*
879,000 United Aircraft Corp w 1
5
327,300 United Air Lines Tr v t c w 1.5
11,800 United American Bosch Corp*
*
72,600 United Biscuit of Am
Preferred
1,130
....—...100
*
159,500 United Carbon
1,194,000 United Corp............—*
Preferred
815,100
219,900 United Dru4 Inc.......
5
49,293 United Dyewood...
.....10
Preferred.
2,030
.....100
88,600 United Electric Coal.......*
189,900 United Fruit....
——*
890,400 United Gas Ac Impt Co
*
29,100
Preferred
e
5,400 ?United Paperboard Co.. 100

177,900
13,800
77,300
2,360
1,680
44,500
7,640
195,600
24,520
3,500

160
490

:

The Fair Co

RANGE

to

Par

8,300
158,200
99,900
79,600
10,900
18,700
52,000
2,100
3,000
6,700
28,700
1,300
2,390

30

3.60C
2,200
3,200

PRICES IN JULY

July 1

1

Shares

9,600
1,060
42,800
13,700
10,500
8,400
188,400
74,500
2,700
432,100
48,500
3,800
33,100
255,400
305,700
487,600
42,400
54,300
250,700
8,100
39,000
89,700
72,500
9,300
12,830

3,000

Low from
1933

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

In

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

22

July
July
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

15
29
15
18
6
7

21 % June 25

2% Jan.
10

Jan.

% Jan.
19% July
9
May
89
July
63% July
157% June
7% May
46% July
8% May
14% May
67
July
7

Jan.

17%
42%
124%
73%
43%
100%
140%
160%

Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
July
July
July
May
July
52
July
3% June

3
9

4
31
17
23
31
11

24
13
22
21
19
7

3
7
25
24
31
29
16
11
15
22

1% June
2
24% June 19
21% Jan.

7

24% July 31

20 105

June 11

May 28
2% Mar. 18
17% June
1

85

Jan.

72% Jan.
2

38% June 24
4% Jan.
3
27% Feb.
1
4 110
July 19
4 104% July 16

June 22

4

Mar.

5

15
Feb. 19
15% Feb. 28
63% Mar. 29 83
May 10
109% Feb.
5 116% July 29
1

Apr.
1
1% Mar. 1
1
May 22
4% Mar. 15
26% June
1
114

Jan.

5

Mar. 14

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
% Mar.
2% Mar.

28
12
15
13
15
15

7% Mar. 20
21

31

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

8
4
19
10

Jan.

3

7 120

1% Feb. 28
1%
28%
2%
14%

2%
3%
2%
7%

Mar. 27

Apr. 24
3% Jan.
7
10% July 17
1% May 20
43
July 30
5% July 30
40% July 29
1% Jan.

2

6% Jan.
7
16% May 17
28

Jan.

4

Mar. 14

6

Jan.

8
2

85
1

Apr. 29

90

Feb.

18

Jan.

5

30% Jan.

15

72

Jan.

29

34

Mar.

6

39% Mar.

6

36

Mar. 14

104% Jan.
95

1%
%
5%
7%
1%
2%

Jan.

June
May
Mar.
Mar.
July
Feb.

17
2

8
1
15
30
19
26

1% July
40% July
83
July
73% July
83% July
74
July
120
July
113% July
2% Jan.
% Jan.
9% Jan.
13

3

31
9
10
10
10
29
17
1

8
7

June 18

3% Jan.
7% Jan.

7

7

N. Y. STOCK

Aug., 1935]
SALES

AGGREGATE

N. T. STOCK

In

Since

July

EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

187,400
55,800
292,400

1,170
30,300
1,550
8,400
40
90

14,900
7,100
33,400
3,100
6,700
32,300
3,200

18", 300
60,100
11,500
2,980
2,100
1,150
2,900

Par

158,050
35,000
21,500
41,700
23,600
2,500
694,200
65,100
87,600
432,700
39,300
27,570
12,700
6,100
39,200

White

Sewing

Convertible

cum

Sale

Sale

113* Sale
1534 Sale

17 ^

1%
Sale

Sale

53^ Sale

JW

'534

1934«

6

July

17

July
July
July

9
29
17

24

1933; replaced

no

share for share.

replaced
replaced

par stock
.

■

»«

Listed May 24 1934; low adjusted to give effect
to 3 new shares exchanged for one old no par share.

"Adjusted for 66 2-3% stock
Nov. 30 1934.
„

38

dividend payable
,.

.

Adjusted for 100% stock div. paid April
"Adjusted for 100% stock div. paid Dec.




301934.
311934.

i

2134 July
234 July
3734 July
27
July
1734 July
47
July

2434 July
434 July
55
July
3234 July
2634 July
7534 July

29

Sale

434 Sale
55

Sale

3134 Sale
26

Sale

7434 Sale

23*

W

Sale

234 July
234 July

Sale

»

New York Real Estate

•

Baltimore Stock

•

Boston Stock

x

Buffalo Stock
California Stock

"
'*

8

31

31
18
30

1734 Apr.
234 June
3134 May
18
Mar.
13

3834 Apr.

334 July 31
434 July 29

234 June

134 May

Cleveland Stock

14

«
'«

New Orleans Stock
Philadelphia Stock
Pittsburgh Stock
Richmond Stock
St. Louis Stock
Salt Lake City Stock
San Francisco Stock
San Francisco Curb
San Francisco Mining
Seattle Stock

*•

40

44
*•

*•

/ac".

Stock
Ourb

40

,

■

Los Angeles
Los Angeles

Minneapolis-St. Paul

*«

Chicago Stock
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago Curb
Cincinnati Stock

,

Detroit 8tock

i*

*4

.

Mar.

24

Colorado Springs Stock
Denver Stock

»

*'

New York Produce

4

'«

3
9

12

.

'»

44

.

25
30

2034 Mar. 14 4334 July
18
Mar. 27 2754 July
3234 Mar. 18 6534 July
July
90
Feb
5 117
July
10
Mar. 18 19
29
Jan.
4 3634 July
1634 Mar. 13 2334 Jan.
18
Jan.
3 2734 July
July
25
Mar. 14 35
1434 Mar. 28 2434 July
July
4634 Jan. 12 83
634 Mar. 15 18 34 J an.
1334 Mar. 22 2434 Jan.
234 July
134 Mar*. 15
15 34. July
Jan. 11
6
Mar. 14
234 Jan.
1
Feb.
5 3534 May
34
7
Jan.
3
SJ4 Apr.
7
3134 Jan.
25 X Feb.
Feb.
58
Apr.
2 75
51 Jan. 15 65 34 June
1134 Mar. 12 2134 Jan.
2534 Mar. 13 4634 July
20
Apr.
4 3634 July
3534 Mar. 13 5334 Apr.
7334 Mar. 13 8234 Apr.

14

Sept. 20 1934; replaced

replaced no par stock share

New York Ourb

»

19

23

7834 July

New York Stock

•

63

iV*
80

July
4634 July

Adjusted for 25% stock div. paid June 11934.
The National Securities Exchanges on which
low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated
by superior figure* In tables), are as follows;
x

1

18

Sale

44

^

,

Listed July 12 1934; par value 10s.
£1 par, share for share.
**
Par value 550 lire listed June 27 1934;
600lire par value.

July 24
2434 July 29
83
July 29
1134 July 17
2
17
July
234 July 29
1534 July 27
234 July 22

35

74

July

for share.

«

15
24

17

Par value 400 llreiUted

500 lire par value.
Listed April 4 1934;

1

July
July

3634 July
5134 July
81
July

Sale

3

41

Ex-rights.
1 Companies reported in receivership.
**
Adjusted for 25% stock dividend paid Oct.

19

3634 July 24
8
2034 July
2734 July 18

23

23i

Ex-dividend.

117

4634 July

43

23* Sale
3734 Sale
27 X Sale
17 % Sale
4534
47

y

.

3934 July

..10

IIIi

31
2734 July 23
6534 July 31

4334 Juiy
y± July

32

22

.100

Sale Prices

3334 Sale
4934 Sale
7834 80

Sale

..25
.100

Highest

Sale Prices

6934 July
6034 July
1634 July

534 Sale

IV

Lowest

Sale Prices

3334 July
2334 July
5234 July
109July
1134 July
32
July
1834 July
2734 July
35
July
16
July
6434 July
July
July
July
July
July

7034 Sale
6134 Sale
1834 Sale

453*
78 H

*0

M

6934 Sale
62
Sale

35

No par value.
Deferred delivery,

Sale

1334 Sale
234 Sale

9

32

Cash sales.

Aug.

Sale

83

163*

preferred

25,100 Zenith Radio Corp
226,500 Zonlte Products Corp...

a

35
24

35

....100
Woolwortb (F W)
10
Worthtngton P Ac M
100
7% preferred "A"......100
6% preferred B
—100
Wright Aeronautical Corp..*
Wrlgley (Win) Jr
•
$6

IV Sale
Sale
IV

Sale

*
*

14,100
59,100

r

27H

-..--5

"A"

Sale

Sale

Sale

preferred....*

Wilson Ac Co

Sale

115

34

Wllcox-Rlch Corp class A...*

25,600 Yale Ac Towns Mfg Co...
122,400 Yel Trk Ac C'ch class B.
7% preferred
.....
4,690
129,900 Young Spring Ac Wire ...
276,500 Youngst'n Sh Ar Tube...
5H% preferred.......
11,300

«»Listed

Sale

Macb—

Wilcox Oil 9c Gas

Sale
Sale

Sale

new...*

White Rk M Spr ctfs

H

Sale

50

White Motor

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

26H

Sale

—

8,100
43,300
1,740
29,100
109,300
5,200

X

Ask Bid
42
Sale

1

Lowest

July 31

July 1

100
658,500 Western Union Tel eg
194,400 Westlnghouse Air Brake —*
1,472,600 Westlnghouse El Ac Mfg..50
7% 1st preferred—
50
6,450
*
45,200 Weston El lnstr—
Class A
*
3,260
Westvaco Chlorine Prod....*
41,100
845 Wheel's & Lake Erie Ry ColOO
290
6% non cum pref
100
•
24,800 Wheeling Steel Corp..
Preferred..............100
17,600

143",800

*

to

July 31 1935

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCKS

43

EXCBANGE—STOCKS

>•

Spokane Stock

>«

,

Washington (D. O.) Stock

31
23
31
15
24

24
3
18
24

29

29
3
9

29
27
8
27
2

3
28
18

7

17
18
24
26

2434 July 29
434 Jan.
7
55
July 31
3234 July 18
2634 July 30
7534 July 24
334 July 31
4J4 Jan. 10

I

New York Curb

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
Sales1935

Stock

July

Shares

1934

4,960,878
29,935,783

Jan. 1 to July 31

:'l935 ■':

Sales

■

4,145,740
42,603,381

Bond
1934

$101,874,000
724,611,000

July
Jan. 1 to July 31

$73,894,000
682,488,000

NOTICE.—Deferred lailvery, uadar the rule and caih nles, are 11 are jar dad la the month's range, unless tuey are the only transactions of the month, and when selllnt
utsldeof the regular monthly range are shown in a footnote In tha montn in wnloh they ooeur.
No aoeount Is taken of such sales in computing the range for the year.

AGGREGATE
In

SALES

Low from

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

July
Shares

July 311935

Shares
,
STOCKS
600 Acetol Product*, Inc. A
2,600 Acme Wire Co v t c

Par

300
100

1,550
1,600
30,100
1,900
25,000
9,400
2,900
5,200

2,900
600

6,200
800

300

2,400

7% 1st pf
Aero Supply Mfg class A
Class B

100

*

>

—_

Agfa Ansco Corp com
Alnsworth Mfg Corp com
Convertible

-

160
„

"""loo

......

"l"8o6
34,200
11,850

6,050
1,700

T,66o
400

17 pre*—.*
16 preferred.—
*
Algoma Consol Corp com—_*

..5

7% preferred......—

Allied Mills lnc——

Aluminum Co common..

Preferred.

*

...1**

Aluminum Good* Mfg
—*
Aluminum Industries com..*
Aluminum Ltd..——..—.*

6% preferred...........100

99

Series C warrants.........

57

3,100

Series D warrants.........

7,500 Amer Beverage Corp—

1
520 American Book Co—...100
700 Amer British Be Contr Corp.*

10

""200

1,600
1,500
2,400

200
100
50

30
26
25

Ala Power Co

Alliance Investment com...*
Allied Internat Investing
*

Amer

mm

'

mm

mm

m

m

mm

2

2%

6%
3M

Sale

8
Sale
17

16

H

%
32
54

31% July

65% July

62% Sale

58,700

451,900

"""400

725

18%

Sale' "18% Sale"

52 %

Sale

62% Sale

98% Sa}e

400

1%
41

67 %

1%
69%

400

Common class B——..*

5,100

400

2%

2,825

Sale
Sale

21% Sale

1% July

4 Sale8

52.100
3,900
8,800
1.600

600

4,700

44% Sale
3% Sale
21%
23
21% Sale

r

2%
214

2%
2M
2%
3%
% Sale

24 %

Sale

30

24

Sale

28% Sale
31% Sale

27 % Sale
L05% Sale

Sale

15"r Sale'
"3% Sale"
%
%
15% Sale
11% Sale

16% Sale
Salle

12

......25

%

%

"2" "July "25

July 16

July 29
19% July 31
76
July 16

39
July
1
2% July 12
20% July 29

100

59%

60%

16% Sale
4
4%

.%«
Sale

18" Sale"
1% Sale
64% Sale
20

4%

Sale

4%

% Sale

.—*

20% July 20

2%
1%

Xi
24%

22% July

[12%

July
July
July
July
July

20

19,000
10,500

1,200

16,700
1,400
8,400

""25
400
10

3.200

133", 000
1,700

21,400^
1,400
6,500
690
825

4

15

21
6

% Jan.
40

21

Jan.

3

,

78% July 10

69% July 10
% Feb.
9
% Mar. 25
% Feb;
5
May 20
May 24
July 18
July 31
July 27
8% Mar. 5
33
May 16
68 % July 30
7
Apr. 12
_

Mar. 30

10
16

July 26
May 22

% June 12
1% Apr. 12
% Jan. 29

July 25
4
% Jan.

Jan.

Feb.

5

16

4% July

6

Mar. 13

3% July 31
0% Feb. 27
2% July
8

23

0

5
27
Mar. 15
Mar. 7
Jan. 22

3

July

1
16

Apr. 29

8

"25

Apr.
Feb.

3% July 29
%, July 26
July 31
28% July 31
31% July 31
106% July 27
15
July 31
4
July 18
%• July
3

% July

9

July

Mar. 13

30

23% July

Jan.

76

Mar. 14

2% July 12

27% July
104% July
10% July
3% July

20

16% May
76

Jan.

21

Feb.
Feb.

20
7

Apr.

3

Jan.

21
11

Mar.

1

% Apr. 16
2% July 12
3% July 29
% July 26
0
July 31
8% July 31
1% July 31

7% June 6
5
July 31
4
July 18

15% July
10% July
24% July

"% July
12% July

16% July 31
12% July
5
July

25

10
2

16

% July

15
July 31

15

Jan.

9

% Mar. 19
6% July 31
2% July
5
5
July 16
8
Feb. 25
% May 25
15
July 31
1
Jan. 23
19% Jan.
6
1 % June 24
65
July 31
21
July 31
4% May 27

9

15% May 27

Apr.
Mar.

15%"July "16 "18" July "31
1% July

16

68% July 23
14% July 22
4% July
2

%

% July

1% July
2
July 31
July 31
4% July
2

65
21

5%
6

5% Sale
5%

5

8

Jufy"i5
-

.

5% July

g

Mar. 29
Jan.' 23

12% Apr. 11
% Mar. 13
44

Feb.

21

7% Mar. 12
4

15

% Mar. 19

% May 13

15% May 24

July "23
5% July
9

14% May 15
4
May 2
4% Apr. 24

% July

1

0%
5% Juxy

4

7% Mar. 14
17% Feb.
7
3% Apr. 11
% Mar. 27

"6%

6% July 23
7% May 23

Appalachian Elec Power—

3.520
7% preferred
..*
9,300 Arcturus Radio Tube......l
13,700 Arkansas Nat Gas com.—..*

§£422

Class A——..—...*

39,172
Preferred.........— ...I®
620 Arkansas P Be L %7 pref....*
75,520 Armstrong Cork com
.*
49,500 Art Metal Works common...5
...

3,300

July

Am dep rets ord red—.£1

46,500 Angostura Wupperman——1
600 Apex Elec Mfg Co common..*
„

870
3,500
3,100
18,400
16,900

12

1% Jan.
16 % May

22

57

44% July
6
3% July 31
20% July 29

Anglo-Persian Oil Co Ltd—

800

13,500

May 20

50% Apr.
2% Jan.
5
Apr.
1% Feb.

1

11,400 Amer Thread preferred—.5
500 Amsterdam Trading Am she..
com

_%
15

16%
17%
1% Sale

Amer Potash Be Chem

Anchor Post Fence

July 25

5

34% July 29

11% Jan.

Macn com....20

Amer Light A Trac com....25

Corp..*
375,209 American Superpower......*
24,800
1st preferred*............*
33,270 ; Preferred................*

7,900

2% July 26
69% July
9

9

Mar. 19
Mar. 27
Feb. 26
Mar.
6
Mar. 13

July 31
July 27

% July 29
19% July 31

2

112

8,425 American Meter Co
......*
200 Amer Pneumatic Service....*
_

99
13

69% July

Sal?

%

12% Jan.

—

64% July 18

68% July 30

69%

„2%

100

6% preferred

Feb.
5
Mar. 18

29" Jufy"l7

76

1,350 Amer Mfg Co common
.100
54,700 American Maracalbo——...i

"6,800
"""450

>300 Amer Laund

147,900

% July 26
2
19% July

7% Mar. 28

21
July 27
110% July 10
July 18 11% Mar. 4
June 14
4
Mar. 23
Jan. 21
7
July
8

Jan.

A...*

9,300 American Investors com——1
1,500
Warrants.................
«

% July
17% July
52% July
85
July
11% July

68

1%

39
3
18

—....1

...

600

2,250
21,700

Mar. 25

Sale Prices

Feb.

Feb.

2

...-

2,100 American Equities Co
*
14,900 Amer Be Foreign Power wart..
36,900 Amer Founders Corp.. .....I
2,175
7% let pref. ser B
50
.5,742
6% 1st pref series D.....50
512,500 American Gas Be Klec com...*
32,875
Preferred.*......
...*
2,100 Amer Hard Rubber Co com.50

1,900

1

65% July

50 Amer Dlst Tel N J common..*

4,300
8,300
750
1,275
69,000
2,600

% July

1

'24% July"

_*

Preferred.......

Mar. 7
Feb. 23
Apr. 22
41% Jan. 15
37
Jan,
4

I*

Amer Cities Power Be Lt Corp
Conv class A——25
com cl

26
8
29
22
30
'
31
10
10

27
10

mmmm-m^mmm

8

20,350

.....

July

% July
mm

9

Class B

55

Sale

46

300 Amer Cyanamid

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
35
July
78% July
69% July

July

Sale

»6
17
37

$5.50 prior preferred......*

100

%

Highest

Sale Prices
2% Feb. 28
Jan. 18

Feb,

S3 preferred..........—*

100,400

15
July
109% July
5
July
1% July
6
July
27
July
1
July
14% July

Sale

35
72

Vs

60

,

Highest
Sale Prices

.

at

Capital Corp com cl A*

Common class B......

mm

1

935 Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary...50

8,720
4,520
1,100
1,600
300
2,800
267,600
65,050
22,460
5,300
700
8,000
2,730

1%
5

12

preferred——*

Warrant*

m*

27

*
Air Investor* Inc common..*

„

2,250
1,180

3,675
23,400

2%
6%
66 %

20

Adam* MUli*

Ask

Ask Bid

Lowest

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

*

.

""600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

July 1 1933

"57%

97
1

Sale
% Sale
/
1%
Sale

1

3%

3%

"22% Sale"
5%

Sale

7

7%

8% Sale

8%

Vs Sale
% Sale

....

1%

1%

125 Assoc Telep Co $1.59 pref...*
1,500 Associated Telep Utilities..*

9%

Sale"

"l% "1%

„95 Atlantic Coast Line Co
Atlas Corp

•

50

com........ _.*

$3preferred A.............*

Warrants................

7,400 Atlas Plywood Corp........*
41,800 Auto Voting Machine com..*
5,275 Aston Fisher Tob class A— !•
12,925 Babcock Be WHcotCo.
...*

for footnotes see page




56.

8%
%
%
2%
'32

100
%
1%
1%
5
72

July
July
July
July
July

25
13
24
22

31
July 20
25% July 16
7% July 18

July
July
July
July
July

9

71

June 24
3
% Jan.
1% May 27
1% May 29
5
July 31
72
July 20
25% July 16
7% July 18

100

Jan.

%. Mar.
% Mar.

% Feb.
2% Mar.
41% Jan
16% Mar.
3% Mar.
.

July

"4% ""4%

"4% Sale"

52

52%
2% Sale
3%
4
9
Sale

47

Sale

53

Sale

3% Sale
4%
5
8% Sale
53% Sale
.....

...

9" July
52% July
2% July
3% July
8% July
50
July
45% July

Feb.
6
June
7
Mar. 28

July
9
July
8
July 27
July 19

"li% July"30
54

July 18
3% July 30
5
July 24
9% July
8
54
July 30

49

July

27

Apr.
1
Mar. 20

3% July
32 July

*A« July

"9"" Sale" "il% Sale"

Feb.

July
% July
% July

9 245
2
i
145
July 27 145
4% July
2
5%

24!

10 Associates Invest Co.——..*

39,500 Atlantic Coast Fisheries...

472,300
20,100
115,700

July
% July
July
% July
3% July
72
July 20
22% July
1
5% July
5
1

Associated Klec Industries—

42,400
American deposit rects..£l
10,400 Assoc Gas Be Elec com ......I
94,300
Class A
J
3,900
$5 preferred..............*
30,900
Warrants
2,500 Associated Kayon Carp com.*

.

97

% Sale
1% Sale
1% Sale
5
Sale

9

9

July 27

J July 8

May 20
July
9
«3» Junp
7

2% Jan.
7
24% July
9
% July
8
July 27
July 27 145
June 21
10% Jan.
5
Mar. 29 30
Jan. 10
Mar. 14 11% July 30
July 18
Apr. 11 54
Mar. 20
3% May 16
Mar.
9
6% Jan.
7
9 % July
Jan.
2
8
Feb.
1
May
2 60
Mar. 14
49% June 18

Apr.

2

Jan.

10

NEW YORK

Aug., 1935]

NEW
Jan.

July 311935

%

18,300

87,700 Bellanca Aircraft Ttc
1
1,300 Bell Telep Co of Canada..100
1,400 Benson & Hedges com—
1,600
Convertible preferred
*
4,700 Blckford's lnc com........
500
(2.50 Conv prof
....*
35,800 811m (R W) A Co common...*
34,400 Blue Ridge Corp com.......!
25,000
Opt 6% Conv pref
....*
18,100 81umanthal (S) Ac Co com.. *
1,125 Bohack (H C) Co common..
80
7% 1st preferred.......100
1,250 Borne Scrymser Co
25
200 Botany Consol Mills com
*
3,850 Bourjois lnc
98,800 Bower Roller Bearing..
.5

100

300

1,800
300

18,300
6,600
2,300
12,900
376
10

700

4 J4

234

134

'lix

10 3*

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

X July
July
434 July
127
July
2
4
Sale
July
Sale
10
7 X July
12
Sale
11
July
3334 July
"934 Sale"
534 July
134 Sale
134 July
43« Sale
415* July
Sale
634 July
6
July
634
50
45
July
6H
634 July
73*

"6 3*
1 X
Sale

1%

A*
60
63*

Sale

4

Sale

Sale

25

3!*

1
July
26
2 4034 July
53* July
3
July
8 127
4
July
23
10
July
26
1234 July
5
July
23 34
934 July
11
134 July
2
2 4434 July
18 10 X July
734 July
17
July
18 50
7
July
2

334
3* Feb. 27
May 22
4034
534
IX Apr.
5
123
May 25 132
4
134 Feb. 18
10
5
Mar. 12
14
834 Feb.
1
3334 Apr. 12 35
934
33* Mar. 18

29
23

15

13
8
31
31
18
16
31
11
25
23
18
18
25

1

Mar. 20
Mar. 15
Jan. 15

24

2

23* July
8
July
734 July
1
July
34 July
63* July
2734 July

23

1534 July

630

7% 1st preferred...
100
15,600 Brazilian Tr Lt Ac Pr ord..^*

1,300
3,500
1,700
900
50

500

3,100

1

734
134

6

634

634 Sale

.._

Registered

...

1634
163*

15

*
*

Coupon stock (bearer)

100

8

143*

British Amer Tobacco, Ltd—

2,200
1,200

16,000
1,700

„34

1534

Am dep rets ord reg
10s
325 British Col Power class A..*

6,800
2,350

,

Bulova

500

2,400
46,375
2,400

4,575
300

Watch

$3

900

conv

9,600

43

Sale"

134

1% Sale

131

11

Jan.

15

65

6

7

Feb.
July

2
25

3* Jan.

5

Mar. 29

21,700 Cable Elec Prod

3

163* July 30

1434 Mar. 22

3

30:
29:

July
3834 July
134 July

243* Mar.

400

Sale

53*

4%

44 3* July

134 July

12
1

"23*

July
1
734 July 23

Canadian Hydro Elec

50

26,100
5,800
110,000
146,700
1,700
6,800

700

15,800
8,700
400

1,200

B

non-voting

.........*
1
.25c

Sale
Sale

Carlb Syndicate com

Carman 8c Co conv A stk

50

(6 preferred

Xn June 24
Mar. 21

1534
1634
734 Sale

15

Sale

7

Sale

834

8

Sale

Celanese Corp of Amer—

1,700
120
295

4,800
1,425

It May

934 July
83* July
2 3* July
3
July
834 July
1934 July

1

79

Jan.
3
Jan. 10
Mar. 13
Mar. 4
Jan.
3

11

Mar.

734
63*
134
134
63*
17

900

2,700
6,500

""466

834

28"~ Sale"
1334

28"" Sale"
14 3*

Sale

42

14
Sale

34

Sale

943

400
40

Sale

"4X "434
13 34

150

2,700

"'"966
9,100
30,400

""'166
25" 400
2,500

1434

434
Sale

18

140"" Sale

2834 Sale

2334 Sale

ilx "1534

1834 Sale'
134 Sale
17
Sale

134 Sale
1534 Sale

"1434

July "26
634 July 31

5% Conv preferred

104,700

34 Sale
33
Sale
14 3* Sale

16 3* July

12
834 July 19

60

66

1334 Mar. 14
434 Apr.
2

15

34 July 24
6
July 19
234 July 19
7
July 30
334 July 13
43* July 12
3
1434 July
131

July

%

434
8

53*
4 3*

1834

2
9
31
30
31

July
July
July
July
July 30
July 31

140"" July'31
34 July
2834 July
34 July
19 3* July
2
July
19 3* July
134 July
16
July

16

20

3,300
49,100
3,000
50

63,100

Warrants
..
Community P & L 1st pref..*
Gommunltv Water Serv .....1
ComoMines
...1
Compo Shoe Machinery.....!
50 Conn Gas & Coke Sec (3 pf. *
115,500 Consolidated Aircraft com. 1

'"34,
41

33

July
1234 July

18

24

Mar.

•

193
303

X Mar. 13
434 June 11

64

72

68

83

80

34 Sale

Sale

1634

63

75
Sale

Mar.

63* Mar. 5
734 Mar. 27
334 Jan. 16
4
Apr. 26
Mar. 27

2334 Jan.
3
534 Jan. 11
13* May 18

%

_

May 15

534 Mar. 28
34 June
7
Jan.

32

Mar. 14

12 5* July 24
5* July 25

234 July
1734 July 22
46

9 3* July

July
8
1234 July 31

38

334

311,200 Consol Copper Mines
5
111,600 Con Gas BL&P Bait com.."
800 Consol Min 8c Smelt Ltd...25

155

11,900 Cons Retail Stores lnc com 5
490
8% pref w w
.......100
3,900 Consol Royalty CHI
...
10
6,950 Cont'l GAR 7% pr pref
100

2

140

400 Continental Oil of Mexico..!

"""260

13,200 Cooper Bessemer Corp com..*
8,300
$3 preferred A....
1,200 Copper Range Co..
*

Sale
Sale

400

For footnotes see page 56




334
33* Sale
8434 77 X
16134
170
234
234 Sale

83

165

170

234

46

Sale

69

Sale

3*

3*

700 Continental Secur common.*

3,500
1,000

77 3*

2434

2634

July
July
July
July
46
July
134 July
69
July

7434
34
X
"~3 3* July
334 Sale
3 3* July
43* Sale
2234 July
23
Sale
72 3*

3

July

3 34 July

853* July
- July
234 July
50
July
13* July
763* July

171

"334 July'
434 July
24
July
3 3* July

5

34 Jan.
2
July 22
18 x70
8434 June 22
2

34 Jan.
2
534 Jan. 15
3* May
4
1X July 26
1234 Apr. 26
46
July
8
7

June 11

X, Jan.
2
123* June 24
1
June
6
234 Apr. 26
1834 Mar. 31
46
July
8
1234 June 31
Jan.

Jan.

110

300
950

July

73

1/

Jan.

*

26,000
8,700

1,600

Jan.

473* Jan.

Merchandising v t c

(3.50 preferred

3

23
May 31
263* May 31
73* July 31
4
Apr. 26
34 May
9
41
July 31
1834 Feb. 20
2
June 25
34 Jan. 14
7
Mar.
4
13* May 24
35
July 27

34 Mar. 30

Consol Automatic

400

17

2134 May 31
234 May 28
22
May 28

Mar.

25

5

% July

34
%
1134 Sale
34
3*
234 Sale
153* Sale

1234 Sale

34 Jan.

193* July 18
23* May 27

34 Mar.
6

34 July 31
a:70
July 22
84
July
5

.

1034 Sale

13* Apr. 26
Jan.
7

30

X Mar.

""AtJuly "24

July

34 June 11
3* May 31
July
9

134 Mar. 19

34 Jan.
Apr.
34 Jan.
1234 Jan.

July "27
July 31
July 29

9

434 July 31
8
July 30
53* July 31
534 Feb. 20
1234 Mar. 22 1834 July 31
243* Apr. 10 243* Apr, 10
Feb. 18
115
Mar. 29 157
1

73

6834 Sale

813*

6

~ Mar. 13
Mar.
1

2

13* July 18
35
July 27

1
Sale

34 Sale

207.900
6,200
8,300
293,200
34,000

800

803* July 15
Jan. 26
143* July 31
42
July 31

36

16

July 31
2234 July 31
73* July 31

"""34 July'

Sale
1734 Sale

40 3*

5* July
9

X July
2
18
34 July 10
15
July
"
134 July
1534 July
134 July 25
14
July
3

17 3* July

"""!/« Sale

34

Sale

64

3

July
1734 July
634 July

Sale

Feb. 23
Feb. 27
Jan. 10

105

Commonwealth 8c Sou Corp—

800

Feb. 14
May 28
193* Feb. 18
834 July 19

10
25

Columbia Oil 8c Gasoline—

21,800

July 27
May
8
May 10
July 31

110

X, July

3<«

34.

.100

56,400
Vot trust ctfs
.•
1,050 Columbia Pictures Corp com *
94,883 Commonwealth Edison... 100

23*
43*
834
1934

Feb.

90
May
July
5 10534 July 22
July 22 a;9734 Mar.
July
8 105
8
Apr.
1034 July 12
July 31
6934 May
7234 July
6 803* July 15
25
May
27
July 11
July
8 31
x834 Mar.
13
July 16 14 3* July 31
42
July 31
203* Jan.
34
July
1

Columbia Gas 5t Elec Corp—
•

Jan. 15
May
6
May
6

8

2234 Sale
73* Sale

20

3,700 Cities Serv Pr 8c Lt (4 pref..*
1,550
(7 preferred
..*
8,700 City Auto Stamping Co
•
300 City & Suburban Homes ColO
14,200 Claude Neon Lights com
1
26,100 Cleveland Elec Ilium com...*
121,300 Cleveland Tractor com
*
275 Clinchfleid Coal com
100
1,000 Club Aluminum Utensil com *
500 Cohn & Rosenberger com..*
68,200 Colon Oil Corp common
10,525 Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg25

550

Sale

8

12,080
1,443
26,400
880,900
64,000

10,000
97,800
6.000

10

Mar. 14

34 Sale
,9
Sale
434 Sale

34 Sale

14.900 Chief Consol Mining Co
1
Chllds Co preferred.. ...100
Chicago Nipple Mfg class A.50
Chicago Rivet 8c Machine...*
Cities Service common.
.*
Preferred
...
•
6,600
Preferred B
•
1,360
Preferred BB
*

1,500
4,820

23

104

2,000
Common......
...1
69,600 Central States Elec com—1
4,600
7% preferred..
.....100
6,150
6% pref without warr.. 100
975
Conv preferred
100
2,725
Conv pref opt ser 1929..100
18,200 Centrifugal Pipe Corp
...*
II,400 Charts Corp com
.....*
25 Cheriy-Burrell Corp com...*
3,350 Chesebrough Mfg.........25

225

2

Jan.

8

June
5
Apr. 23
Apr. 30

5

61

<'«nt 8c Southwest UtU—

12,000
1,250
1,400

8

,

Jan.

134 June 21
3& June 25

100

16,200
7% 1st partlc pref......100
3,975
7% prior prefer red
...100
6,100 Celluloid Corp com
15
1,995
1st preferred
..........*
1,545
(7 div preferred
*
27,400 Cent Hud G A E v tc......
6,975 Cent Pow & Lt 7% pref...l00

575

10

3 J4 Mar. 7
20
Feb. 13
61
Apr. 30

57

194,700 Catalin Corp of Amer......

1,200

12

234 Apr. 27
734 Jan.
2

5434 Jan.

....*

135.900 Carrier Corp common.....

17,100
33,000

Sale"

834 July
3
734 July 31
1 X July 12
234 July
1
8
July 11
1834 July 22

Apr.

3*8 Jan.

1

2

26

493* Apr. 30
13| June 26
25

3
1

834 Sale
Sale
134
2
234
234

July

30

Feb. 27
34 Jan. 30
134 Mar. 7
6
June 29

34 July

1934

Sale

19

5

13* July
X July
5
July

.*

Carnation Co common.....*
350 Carolina P 8c L (7 pref.....

2

3* Feb.

3
1
5

'734

Canadian Marconi Co

29
21

3
24

4
June 25
253* Mar. 29
83* Jan.
7
93* Jan. 16
40
July 17
2334 July 24
10034 July
3

Mar. 12

30

74
■

9

834

1

24

2

Corp

6% 1st preferred.......100
Can Indus Alcohol cl A....

4

Mi July

20 Canadian Gen Elec 7% pfd.50

2,100

11

13* July
34 July
5
July

134

6

Cables 8c Wireless—

1,800

30

163* June 20
June 22

16

313* Jan.
2934 July

Mar. 29

2

July 26

5
1
1

May 17
2734 Feb. 21

Apr.
263* Apr.

213* July
5
Apr.
534 June
3034 Jan.
143* Jan.
693* Jan.

May 10

1

7

27

July
3
July 24

3 X July
213* July
7
July
734 July
40
July
2334 July 24
10034 July
3

334 July
2134 July
6
July
634 July
3934 July
2234 July
97
July

2

June 22

16

2934 July 24
2934 July 22

31

34

34

AA

♦

v t c

30

3

26

5
1034 Jan.
9J4 May 17
134 May 20

1
Jan.
7
34 Mar. 18
634 Apr.
1
25
Jan. 16

3

Jan.

3

17

17
1

34

34

14,600
Am dep rets A ord sh
£!
12,400
Am dep rets B ord sh
£!
7,000
Am dep rets pref sh
£1
9,600 Calamba Sugar Estate Co.20

134 Jan.
8
July
33* Jan.

234 July
July

234
234
634 Sale

Sale

6

23* July

25

13*
34 Sale
5
434

"234 Sale

*

400

200

434 Feb. 19
283* July 31

June 12

16

20

Warrants

300

12,000

2

May 23
103* July 23

18

July
Mar.

6

8 X July
834 July
13* July
34 July
6 X July
2734 July 30

31

27

29

3834 Sale

5,800 Burma Corp, Amer dep rets..
67,200 Butler Bros
......10

600

63*
403*
2234 Sale
40

27

*
*

preferred—

734
7

97~" Sale

Co lnc—

conv

Burco lnc common—...

1,000

3934

39

pref
......*
Bunker Hill 8c Sullivan....10
(3.50

1634
1634

"7

2,375 Brown Co 6% pref
.....100
15,800 Brown Forman Distillery... 1
5,250 Buckeye Pipe Line
50
46,200 Buff Nlag 5c Bast Pow pref.25
8,350
(5 1st preferred...
.._*

500

X

n

334 Sale

4

33*

9,500

1,300

834
134

3034 Sale

£1
reg...£l

Amer dep rets ord bear.
Amer dep rets ord

16

British Celanese Ltd—

400
25
375

Sale

"

Class A
British-American Oil Co

700

934
834
IX

8 3*
8

62,100 Bridgeport Machine com...
4,600 Brill Corp class A.........
I,800
Class B
5,300 Brillo Mfg Co common—...*

300

6.700

July 31

_...

Bowman Biltmore Hotels—

10

6,875

11
31
31
15
11

June 28

5

50

283* July 31

3

Jan.
July
July
May
May

46

3

2334 July

Jan.
8
July 23
June 18

Jan.

2

35

34 May 15
334
4
2834 Sale

4
Sale

3

........

42,500

Ask
Sale

40

790 Baumann (L) & Co pref.,100

3,000

Ask Bid

warr

190

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

Par

STOCKS (Continued)

12,000 Baldwin Locomotive

1,800

1

to

1

Shares

Shares

SINCE JAN.

July 1 1933

YORK

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

July

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

AGGREGATE SALES

15

CURB EXCHANGE

1

Jan.

5234 Jan.
L343* Feb.
2

June

343* Jan.
Feb.

36

2*

Mar.

Mar.

Apr.

334 Apr.
163* Jan.
3
July

4

Jan.

17

5
434 June
853* July 10
182
May 22
334 Feb. 15
June 13
51
2
May
7
July 11
May 21
334 July 31
2
534 Jan.

7®B

27
4

June 21
Jan.

7

46

NEW YORK
SALES

AGGREGATE
In

Lowfrom
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

July
Shares
12,000
8,200
600

STOCKS (Continued)

83,500
21,500
6,400
19,400
1,700

200

Ciord Corp-.

——————————5

.■»

7,000

»2

Cosden OH

Co

com

3%

1

10

Sale
2%

% Sale

2% July 23

3 % Sale
40%
44

3
July
3
36% July
5
% July
5
% July 24

3

34
Sale

% Sale

100

Preferred.............

2%

1

:

Lowest

Sale Prices
3 K July
8
4
July 18

40

100

2,000
93,758
1,100

650

31,200
51,700
13,500

"3,806
6,700
100
400
100

62,200
1,400
200

13% July 16

Engine Bldg Corp......100
Crane Co com.............25

...

Oe Haviland

.

8,100
25

18
1
2

% July 24

14% July

10

11% Mar. 18

17" Sale

16% Sale"
6%
16

8K

Sale
% Sale
10
% Sale
11
Sale
IK
2

Sale

2j

3

31

Sale

"""

% July
9% July
1 % July
31

July
July
W 1% July
102

IK

'lK Sale

Sale

5%
9*4

Derby OH & Ref com.......*

preferred..
Fdry

6
12

6

5

9%

10%

5

%~July

17

11% July
1% July
12 31
July
25 102% July
'
2% July

17

July 25

10

5M

6

10%

July

IK

IK

IK

-

—

*

5% July

13

6% July

Sale

3

11K

1,600
121,600
22,100

Am dep rets ord reg.
14,400
583,600 Distillers Corp SeagramsLtd*

""466

3% Sale
12

UK

L)

(W,

80
300
800

2}

July 13
July 26

4

July
July

26
9

113

23% July
22% July
21
July

6
15
19

13

2,900
3,500
3,800

"'"506
1,600
346,800
26,700
11,000
9,500
14,300
825

-

1,300
3,400
2,425

Sale

19% Sale

101% Sale
15%

162 "

ZA

Sale"

17%

55

250

100

"i',306
300

34,600

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,

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1
7% Sale

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Sale

4§!
64

5%
5%
3% Sale
48% Sale
61%
64%
%
%

Sale

K

%

....

.

47,666

*4

Ik "~4% "4%
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7K
59

Sale

32% Sale'
%
1
10% Sale

Sale

70

52%
3K
3?i

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Sale

59% Sale

10

.

sale

Sale

4
13

67

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%

Y4l

34

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4

4K

%
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■

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1
4%

#4% Sale

70

1,600 Empire Dlst Elec 6% pref.100
7,450 Empire G Ac F 7% pref....100
4,700
8% preferred.
100
1,700
6% preferred...........100
550
6)4% preferred
100
31,300 Empire Pow Coro part stk
400 Emsco Derrick & Equip Co.5
243,300 Equity Corp common......10
800 Eureka Pipe Line..

13

15%

"1% Sale"
36
Sale

19

1

com

Pajardo Sugar...........100
Falstatf Brewing

...

..1

Fanny Farmer Candy com—1
Fansteel Products Inc..

*

Fedders Mfg

*

Co class A

200

1%

54,100 Ferro Enamel Corp com
.*
6,400 Flat Amer dep rets...
33,700 Fldelio Brewery
......1

Sale
35%

7

Sale

% Sale
%
%

Sal4"

8
92

Sale

8%
98

8%
4

15%

8% Sale
86

Sale

4

9%
4%
17%

—

100 Film Inspection Machine...*
90

19,200
1,700
10,200
3,750
27,900
275
16,900

^ 680
121,100
7,900

*

Fire Assoc of Phila

10

First Nat Stores 7%

lstpf.100

Flsk Rubber Corp'common.. 1
Preferred....
.....100

*
88,800 ""Hntkote Go class A..
22,700 Florida Power At Lt S7 pref..*
192,650 Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*
Class B
*
2,750
....

112,100
2,500

""600

Ford Motor Co, Ltd,
!
Amer dep rets. .Ord reg <1
Ford of France Am dep rets.

5,400 Foremost Dairy Prod com...*
Conv preferred
4,000
*

17

17%
25%
%

25

2
2

July

23

July

"3

July
7% July

1

July

4

ye

1

1
July
1
July
2
July
2
July
1
July
22
% July
1
3% July

69% July

2

5

8
July
~~
July 10
July 30
July 25
July 23

15% July
2
12% July
2
1% July
3
35
July 24
July
9
7i« July
12
% July 25

4% Sale
9% Sale
3%
4%
19% 22

23% Sale
24%
25

8% July

5

July
July
July

10
9
11
9
5

July
July

10

8% July

2

56

6

July 11
July 18
July 11
July 11
July 12
9
July
"
9% July
4% July 22

4%
50%
66%
%

31
11
10% July 31
70
July 31
59% July 31
4% July
2
4% July
2
13
July 31
1
July 29
5
July
5
85
July 31

12% July

5,600

8,650

16,850

1,200
2,300

11,200 Garlock Packing Co com....*
14,500 General Alloys Co
*

New capital stock........*
Froedtert Grain & Malting
conv

"~We

8% Sale

%

15

pwf..

4%

15%

%

150

251

...

18,800
American dep receipts
£1
7,200 Gen Ftreproofing com.....*

"260
940

1,550
275

2,225

2,100
19,200
4,300
4,700
3,330
1,900
6,700
1,900
11,350

180
For footnotes

^95

$6 conv pref ser B
....."
Gen Investment Co com....5
$6 Preferred
._....»

Warrants..

26%
1%

14

14%
4% Sale

6% preferred A
.....100
Georgia Power 86 pref
..*

56.

*

Sale

"1% "IK
14% Sale
8% Sale

%

#

37

Sale
18%
We
%
54% Sale
%
1

42

_

Gen Tire Ac Rubber com...25

see page




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

5

"i%

l%f Mar, 14

Jan.
May
Apr.
Feb.
May

20
4

8
16
12
19
16
3

July 31
31

irU July

4% May 27
3
% Jan.
UK July 17
Jan.

30

Mar. 18

34

10iU Jan.

7

6% May 27
Jan.

16

2

15% Apr. 29
57% May 16
2
May 23
Feb.

19

6% July

10

20

Apr. 13

15

Jan.

14

11% July 26

16% Apr.

8

21

Mar. 22

13%
10%
32%
4%
4%

May 13
Mar. 14
Jan.
5
July
8
Jan. 18

23% July
22% July
21 '
July

15

32% Jan.

5

Mar. 29

2% July 13

37

Jan.

4

11% Apr. 17
% June
3
6% July 15

3% Mar. 14
2% Mar. 12
Apr.
4

38
58

Jan.

10

% Jan.
Apr.

2

5

5

4

Mar. 13

3

Jan,

3
4

Jan.

24%
14
3%
37%

Jan. 16
Jan.
5
Mar. 13
Jan.
5

34

Jan.
7
Mar. 14
Mar. 6
Feb. 28
Mar. 8
Mar. 14

2%
2%
2%
%
%
40

Jan.

14

Jan.

25
4

Jan.

July

July
July
July
22% July

10
6
5
3

14

35
26
30

8
„

25

July
July

25% July
% July

8% Mar. 18
7% Mar. 26

56

July
July

10
9

Feb.

18

July
9
Apr. 29
May 31

11% Apr. 17
% Feb. 19
12% Mar. 27
7% May 24
Jan.

5

29

June

9

20

Jan.

70

31
31
22
24
31
9
24
31

3

Feb. 25

July
59% July
4% June
4% June
13
July
1% Jan.
5% June
85
July

12% July 22
May 21
35
July 10
37
May 31
40
May 31
35
May 31
24

Feb.

9

June

9

31
5

7% July
71

May
7
5% July 16
9% July 31
5% May 28

1% Mar.

20% July 30
% July
3

2\'a

25p

We July
% Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

5% July
July

11%

88

"2

Jan.

9

Feb.

26

Jan.

2

Jan.

11

July 30
July 31

37
32 % Jan.
37% Jan.

10% Mar.
23% June
25% June

We July

3

65% June 29
115
Apr. 16

11% Mar.

3

Jan.

July 31
June 20

21% Jan.

67

8% July

16
5

% June
7
% May 24
7
May 24
11% July 29

105

9% Mar.
% July
1
July
10 % Feb.

57
112

May 31

19% July 12
13% July 12
1 % May 10

9% Apr. 10

Jan.

2% Jan.
7% Mar.

29

4

34% June 24
1% May
9
10% July 31

38

May 23
Feb.
6

5

9% July
8
4% June 21

36

6

7

50% July 11
66% July 11
% Apr. 26

7% Mar. 7
2% Jan. 15
% Jan. 16
June 19

9%
4%
%
1%

18
2

Jan.
7
May
8
Mar. 6
Mar. 29

8

4% June 17

15% July

17

July

30

14% Apr. 22

17

26% July
% July

28% July
1% July

9
22

20

Mar. 19
% Apr 17

28% June 18
1 % Feb. 18

14

14% July 31
9% July 25

11% Mar. 12

14% July 31
9% July 25

13% July
% July

11

4% July

July
4% July
July
We July

11
2

.

4% June 25

332 July
42% July

10
2

July "20
91% July 22
74% July 23
64
July 24

332 July
55% July

43" July"25
93% July
83
July
68
July

12
6
9

24

Jan.

30

%8Jan.

10
30

Feb. 27

6% Jan.

52
50

Jan.

2

Apr.

6

21
30

Apr.

6

% June
Jan.

24

17

% Jan.

22

5

Mar. 21

% Mar. 13
38
July 20
89
Apr. 10

July

15

We Mar. 16
15

38"
Sale'

Mar. 22

16

33% May 1
6% Jan. 31
We July 12
% Apr. 18

114% July
7% July
74
July
24% July.
37
July
28% July
30% July

July

8
Jan.
5
Mar. 26

6
19

5% Feb. 21
7; • Mar. 6

8
Mar. 15
9
Apr. 26
12
June 28
1% Jan. 31

19% July
13% July
1% July
35
July
8% July
% July
% July

11% July

7

80% Mar. 13 105
55
May
9 61
13
Apr.
2 19
91 % Mar.
5 100
1 %
% Feb. 11

6

15%

81

18

14% July 10

June 19

4% Mar. 29
8
June 14

23

1

4% July
17

12

We
15

General Pub Serv 86 pref
•
General Rayon A stock....*

85 preferred

Feb.

8

1

4%
Sale

Gen Gas & Elec—

2,000

Feb.

87

22

92

8% July

"~We """"% '""%

%

General Elec Co of Great Brit

3,000
4,800

30

July

23

Foundation Co.—

600

Co

2% Feb.
6
% Feb. 15
7% Mar. 13
1 % July
3

20
32% July
% July

8% July 29
'July 11
5% July 16
9% July 31
9
4% July
20% July 30
3
% July

7% July
83% July
4
July
8% July
3% July
15% July
K July
1
July
16% July
24% July
% July

Sale
We
%
A
64%
68%
113% 113% 113% 114% 113% July
6% Sale
6% Sale
5% July
70
67
67
71% Sale
July
18% Sale
24% Sale
18% July
26%
Sale
28% 37
27% July
27% Sale
26
28% Sale
July
28
July

8% Sale

Feb.

Feb.
4 116% July 30
10
Mar. 15
18% June 14
4
Mar. 14
10
July 23
Jan.
3
% May 28

5

"9" Sale" '10%

100 Federal Bake Shops........*
500 Federated Capital Corp
*

17,200
2,200
1,700

Sale

33

.

1,025

1

30

18

7%

100

5% July
3% July

21)
23)

33%

500

15

2
43% July
1
64
July
% July 15

8% July

.....100

1,600

6% July

23
35

11,000 European ElecCoof Can A.io
Option warrants..........
18,700
*
8,900 EvnnMWallow*rLead..
400
7% preferred
..100
155,500 Et-Cell-O Aircraft A Tool..3
Fairchitd Aviation

5

Mar. 14

2

87

1

I

com

300 Elgin National Watch Co.. 15

60,800
5,550
35,000
42,200
3,900
4,400

July

July

$4 participating pref.....*

2,600 Electrographlc Corp

9,700
375

4% July 24

12 105%
61 %
18
2 100
5
%

% July
52% July 16

8

.

14,800
7,800

July

7% July

06 preferred series B......*

100 Economy Groc Stores com..*
4,400 Edison Bros Stores Inc.....*
.......
12,200 Bisler ElecrHc com.
1,228,700 Electric Bond Ac Share......5
180,600
$6 preferred
*
05 preferred
...*
52,700
1
V
27,700 Electric Power Associates
Class A
...1
38,600
2,100 Electric Pow Ac Lt 2d pf A...*
12,100
Option warrants.
27,900 Electric Shareholdings com.l
06 Conv pref with warr...*
12,250

250

5,600
4,800
1,300

8

61
July 17
15% July
1

Electilc Shovel Coal Co—

200
50
650

3
1

91

55% Sale

8%

14,700 Easy Washing Mach class B.*

1,400

19% July
17
July

98

53

.

75

22% July 23

Sale

"~K ~"K

31,600 Eagle Plcher Lead Co.....20
*
16,200 Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assoc
13,525
6% preferred..
..100
2,350
4H% pHor preferred
100
*
6,025 Eastern States Pr com B
2,800
07 preferred series A......*

2,200

23%
Sale

4% July

400 Durham Hosiery cl B com...*
Duval Texas Sulphur
...»

3,600

Sale

21

17

49,400

450

22%

Shoe Co—

7,100

675
725
500

Sale

19 %

100
7% preferred
....100
*
49,500 Dow Chemical Co com
380 Draper Corp.....
......*
10,700 Driver Harris Co common.. 10
180
7% preferred...........100
8,500 Dubilier Cond Corp com...l
5,225 Ouke Power Co...... ...100
Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—
500
Am dep rets ord reg
£1

2,700

% Mar.
7

4% Jan.
5
July 18
July 18
% Jan. 28

4

40

12

Sale

900 Dominion Steel Ac Coal B..25
500 Dominion Tar & Chem, Ltd *

23 %

*
77,800, lloehler Die-Casting
;P
loo' Dominion Bridge Co........*

Douglas

10

8

% June 27

10% Jan.

Distillers Co Ltd—

30

2
29

Mar.

IK

*

-

—

Detroit Gray Iron

23,600 Dictograph Products—
34,800 Distilled Liquors Corp.

8,200

July
July

3
12
25
12

—*

$4 cum

22

£1
100

175 Diamond Shoe Corp...

11,600

% July 31
% July 31
1 17% July 31
July
2 116% July 30
15% July 20 17% July
5
10
6% July
1
July 23
1% July
2
% July 12

13% July
109

Aircraft Co—

Am

-

1,800

"l",266

K Sale
17% Sale

Sale

..

dep rets ord reg
25 Dennison Mfg 7% pref

1,700

13 %

Preferred..............100

443,300 Creole Petroleum com ......5
104,000 Crocker Wheeler Rlec Mfg..*
88,900 Croft (The) Brewing Co
1
300 Crowley Mllner & Co com...*
23,000 Crown Cent Petrol Corp
1
43,800 Crown Cork Internat cl A..*
1,300 Cuban Tobacco com v t c—•
10
6,600 Guneo Press com
800
6)4% preferred
.100
398,100 Cusi Mexicans Mining....00c
:
:•,"1'y".y\ ' v, yy':;v ..-.f
11,800 Darby Petrol Corp.........5
3,300 Davenoort Hosiery... .....*
300

2% Mar. 15
1% Mar. 20

July
K July
1% July

Cramp (Wm) Ac Sons Ship &

26,100

Highest
Sale Prices

£1

dep rets for ord ark r«j

Am

1

Sale Prices

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid
'

'
-1

Lowest

July 31

July 1
Bid

Corroon Ac Reynold*—- ...1
|6 Conv prat A

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

Par

(iourteulda Ltd

600

PRICES IN JULY

July 1 1933
July 31 1935

Shares

3,600

CURB EXCHANGE

3

55% July 30
1% Feb.
71% Jan.
99

83
68

19

8

Mar.
4
June 22

July

9

"f

AUG, 1935]

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

July

Jan. 1

300

25

100
t

194
.

400

550

580

3,100

lj

700

11,800
1,200
157,400

100

15,900
■
■

mm

m

«*'•

•

mrnrnmrnm

200

174 July
94 July

12
3

%

Sale

2

14

14

July
July
July
July
July
July

74
4

114

22

23

127"" Sale"

1264 July
1314 Sale" 1274 July
Sale
Sale
21
July
214 23
5
6
6
44 July

15

5

4e

4

4

•

4s

63

644 Sale

4 July
k July
604 July

Sale

1
13

23

12
9
2

.

9

26

100

1,300
17,600
1,050

Page Ltd., 8s

664
14

64
1

25

84
104
4

.

Sale
Sale
1 v

684

64 July
% July
July
1
July

69

70

14 Sale

100

11

100 Hormel (Geo A) & Co

100

2,800

144

Sale

65

Sale

60

725

1st

67,200
20,800
200
50
700

2,500
900

6,350

34,050

300

2,249

Sale

55

15

244 July

4,800
471,800
8,100
34,500
8,700
9,900
760

1,000
12,600
600

144

Sale

154

Sale

144

58

Sale

604

Sale

56

H

H

34
14

34
14

274 Sale
274 Sale

4;;:

h

"34 Sale
14

14

30

4«
204
34
14
314

400
50

194
184
134

.v.

Imperial Tobacco Co of Can.5
Imp Tob of Gt Brit & Irel ..£1
Indiana

Pipe Line

"54 ""54

10

.

Sale
194
Sale

874

Ind'polis P & L 6K% Pf -.100

Sale

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

19
18

10
10
5
24

4,100

■r

..........

275

38,100
1,400

4,600
200

194 Sale
194
194
144 Sale
54
874 Sale

45

m'm

m

400

1,500
1;300

Machlnerv

Sale

14

684 Sale
334

31

31

:i

:

900

........

Petroleum

Sale

'"74 Sale"

"l'.Ioo

4,900
2,810

1,100

2

■:

"350

July 24
2
July 12
4 July
9

2

July

9

664 July
30
July

1
3

Interstate Power %t

23 4

*

2

24

>

4

H

Sale

144 Sale

pref

114 July
34 July
334 July

31
25
29

36

2

204
104
K

*

Sale
114

H

254
27
194 Sale

24
14
64
694
31

234 July
144 July

2,405
350

5H% preferred.
6% preferred

100
100

42

170

60

66

Sale

820

7% preferred

100

60 M

77

Sale

July"" 1
July

4

-v

1,250

1
1
9

11

Sale

Warrants

2,200

25 Kansas G & E 7% pref

/

"*""900

:

75
50

"4", 166

•

14
19

4

14
20

4
4

1

600

4,200
200
500

.

30,200
8,100
16,600
2,400

1,700

;

600

100

Klein (D

Emll* Co

Knott

9H

♦
10

5

84" Sale
26

Sale

i6

July
July

624 July
644 July
July
14 July
20
July

77

4 July
4 July

4

14

14

on4
20

Sale

2%
Sai^

4«

0

Sale

"6 " "64

1

Rubber...

Brandos

Bolster

Mar. 27

30

Mar. 27

5

25

May
May
May
May

14
22
17
23

Jan.

23
3

44

Jan.

24
24
24
24
12
25

8
2
8

"13
18
19
2

27

July
July
24 July

20

25
9
24

2l" July"!
134 July
u
July

26

674 July 30
70
July 27
84
July 30
14 July 11
26
July 31

is

1

15
3

25
1

July 25

22

4 July.
8
14 July 25

18

24 July

8

64

64

4

4

24 July
July
19
July
64 July

16
10

16

24 July

2

4 July

26 y> J an.

304 July

1,675
m.''

8",000

^ 800
10

loo
2,200
'=

4,100
3,500

American shares........£l

6% preferred...
.....100
4,400
3,600 Kress (S H) 8c Co spec pf. .10
I
38,300 Kreuger Brewing Co..

%

100
340 Lane Bryant 7% pref
.1
1,500 Lefcourt Realty com
Preferred
.•
5,100
'
32,200 Lehigh Coal 5c Nav....
77.500 Leonard Oil Development. .75
..

28,700
830

.15,800

Lerner

.

.

54
10

4H

32M

25*
1

V;-

7

•

100

M

5

18*

139,100

""300

warr

2H

Llbby McNeil Ac Llbby
.1#
100 Liberty Baking 7% pref.. 100

8,500
1,525
25

For footnotes

Lion

Oil

Refining

Loblaw Groceterias A
B stock

see uage

56.




50

1
52

94
224
224
144
354

i

June 22
Jan.

1

June

13

Jan.
May
May
July
Jan.

15
24
24
31
11

June 17

44
4 4
14
64
694
334

May
2
June 12

8

2

July

874 July

34 Mar. 6
114 July 31
4 July 25
28
Mar. 13
294 Feb. 13
24 Jan.
3
4 July 18
14 Jan.
8
4 Jan.
2
35
Apr. 24
4e Mar. 8
4 Mar. 19
20
Jan. 12
22

22

6

May 21
Mar. 13

29

v

7
18
6

1451 Apr. 18
34 Jan. 28
4 Mar. 28
k Jan. 23

94
154
64
394
314

34
14
24

4,
35

4
%
244
274
20

24
4
21

134
14
4

1

Apr. 22
Apr. 22
Feb.
2
July 24
July 12
Feb. 25
June 12
Jan. 30
Jan. 11
Jan. 11
May 25
Jan.
4
Jan. 19
Feb. 15
June 24
Apr. 20
Apr. 24
Jan. 31
Feb.
6
Feb. 15
Jan. 12
July
9
May
1
May 29
July
1
July 25
Jan.
5
Apr.
5

43

Feb.,

674 July

30

6G

May

70

July
July

27
30
25

;

604 Apr; 20
4 Apr. 22
18
Mar. 13

14 Apr.
304 Jan.

834 Mar. 15
4 Jan. 31
4 July 22

834 Mar. 15
% May 22
24 Jan.
8

84

Mar. 12
Feb. 27

22

Apr. 17
Feb. 27
May 23

84

4
% Mar. 22
15
Jan. 16
64 Mar. 20
14 Jan. 14

4. July
July
64 July
34 July

4

4

...

...

•

*
*

95

104

Sale

Sale

94

July

8

4 July

11

10

July

17

104

95

3

4 Jan.

25

July 26

*114 July"

57

% May
3
May 23
74 Apr. 13
34 July 24

22

•

3

15
UH

9

4s May 31

15

Mar. 29

72

ill4 Apr. 17
44 Mar. 7

Apr. 22
124 Mar. 29
124 June 17

96

754 Feb.

59 H
8

.

Stores Gorp com..

64% pref with

«

100

•
157,100 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
13,200 Lakey Foundry & Machine. 1

150

11

7

Jan.

Mar. 11

May 10

30

Jan.

344 Jan.

Jan.

Ltd—

70 Lackawanna RR N J

12",900

15
si"

14 Mar.

21

25

If

Mar. 20

June

8
19
25

18

29 108
15
15

204 Apr. 16
24 Mar. 14
14 June 26
Jan.
2
26

Koppera oas 8c Coke—

mm"

164 July 12
24 May 28

Feb.

57

V. I

.

common

8

75

24

Corp com.... .......1

Klelnert (J B)

July

Mar. 14

314 Mar. 12
34 Mar. 12
55
Jan. 21

50

........1

Kirkland Lake G M Ltd

16

5

7

84 Mar. 6
154 Mar. 14
154 Mar. 30
12
Mar. 22

75

7% preferred series B
100
5% preferred series D...100
Kir by Petroleum

Feb.

2

14

Kings County Lighting
.

12

20

83 X

.100

9,600 Kerr Lake Mines Ltd
21,500 Kingsbury Breweries com

2,100

664 Sale

H
I5h

9,500 Jonas & Naumburg Corp.2.50
10(1
13,620 Jones Ac Laughlin com

4,500
6,325

16 100

Jan.

1024 Jan.
114 Jan.

Jersey Central Pow & Lt Co—

-

Feb.

July

Jan.
7
June 18

70

134 Jan.

124 July
44 July
354 July

July
4 July
24 July
4 July

July
4 July
24 July
4s July

204
Sale

13

Sale

200

410

17

June 10

54 Feb. 18
164 July 12
2
14 Apr.

13

July
July
July
July
July
July

"34

3

14 July

1

com

10.900 Italian Superpower cl A

800

Jan.

28

Apr. 26
May 23

124
14
524
254
204

2

~6~" Juiy'le "7 4 July "16

.....50

Interstate Hosiery Mills

18
23

30

1

com

Feb.

9

16

Jan.

8

14 May 14
34 May 16

234 May 24
124 July 17

new

54,700 Irving Air Chute

8,800

24

4

600 Investors Royalty Co com..25
300 Iron Cap Copper Co com
10
750 Iron Fireman Mfgcom v t c._*

300

4 Sale

14

4

,v.

.1

B

Warrants

114 Sale
34 Sale
344 Sale

"24 "34 "*34 Sale"

com

Rasot cl B.*

500 Interstate Equities
S3 conv preferred
500

---Ww

13
44

344 Sale

com

Internat Utll class A.......*

Class

Feb.

15

July

71

June 10

37

84 July
204 July
20
July
144 July
35
July
54 July
874 July

...........*

Registered

Internat Products

Internat Safety

Jan.

9

4 Jan.

6

$7 prior preferred........*

Warrants
Internal

64 June 17

22

1

64
124
44

Int Hydro-Elec {3.50 pref..50
Internat Mining Corp com..l

rn'm

■

664
29

50

—

2,450

mm 4mm.

(nternat Cigar

24

AH

July 11
1
July
July 27
2
July
3
July
July
July

84
194
194
134
344
54
874

2

..10

19,150
59,700
75,400
386,800
4,600
13,650
1,700
5,600
23,350

5,700
5,100
40,800
m

Insur Co of North Amer

24
24
14

14

100 Internat Holding & Invest.*

>

2",975

m

Non-voting class A_.

Class R st>ck
8,900
2,900 Industrial Plnance v t C....1
675
7% preferred
........100

300

2,400

Jan.

24 June 10
7

Jan.
3
4 June 21

4

Apr.

July 31
July 17
July 10
July 31
July 17
3
July

304 July
30
July
50
July

Indian Terr Ilium Oil Co...

24
24
14

604
4
204
34

264 July 22
1
274 July
50
July: 13

Sale

*

Am dep rets ord reg
£1
Imperial Oil (Canada)......*

Registered

6

Jan.

ft

16
31

106

Imperial Chem Industries—
:

38,000

% Jan.
8
744 May 23
Mar.
8
58
Feb. 23
7
Jin.
3

34 Mar. 22
July 12

9

2 1064 July
22
16
July

12

17

4s July 112

56

50

8
24
12
15

July
July
164 July
2
July
7

24

10

Jan.

v

30

244 Sale

Sale

24

........100

6% preferred

5

July

3

Jan.

6

11
25
3

Jan.
Jan.

% May

M

27

"234 July "24

24

24

P Ac L S6 pref

Illinois

2

18

July 31
May 16
July
1
Jan. P>7

135

34 Mar. 30

1
8

July
4 July

27
23

Jan,

Mar. 25 139
May
1 26

64 July
July
July
July
July
July
July 23
July 19
504 July ;
254 July
144 July
674 July

5

164 July
2
July

'

...50

100 Illuminating Shares Co A

25

'm

20

100

10,940 Horn Ac Hardart com.....
7% preferred
.......100
1,450
287,600 Hud Bay Mln Ac Smelt
195,500 Humble Oil 8c Refining....
1,100 Huyler's of Del com.......
100
7% preferred stamped..100
2,900 Hydro-Elec Secur com......*
21,300 Hygrade Pood Prod.. ......5
."
8,750 Hygrade Sylvanta Corp

190

3
12

July 30
3
July
July 19
30
July
July 31
July 17
July 20

7

*

com

preferred

104
4
484
244
124

4

1
8

"5" July "8

Horn (A C) Co common....

50

—

8

Sale

4
4
494 Sale
244 Sale
134 Sale

600 Holophane Co Inc common.*
500 Holt (H) 8c Co class A_...__.*

100

24 July

"8~" Sale"

..100

Preferred

July
4 July

H

Hamilton Gas Co com f t c.l

25

100

mmrn

121

7

4

.

300

100

18
31

1

2

23
27

34 Jan. 11
194 May 10

4 Feb.
7
4 Mar. 25
504 Mar. 13

29

Feb.

1

44 Mar. 21

% July

104 July
May
114 May
4 Mar.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

5

55

Sale

.....

18

Jan.

21

124
54
84
1224

31

55

10,300 Hartman Tobacco common. 10
1
8,880 Harvard Brewing Co
5,500 Hazeltlne Corp..........
..25c
210,700 Hecla Mining Co
9,000 Helena Rubinstein common."
14,100 Heyden Chemical Co..
700 Hires (Chas E) class A com..*
...5
191,500 Holllnger Consol G M
3,950 Holly Sugar Corp common..*

1,300
2,000
1,300
16,100

12
28
15
21

23

% July
654 July

24

1274
204

Sale

28

144 July
94 July
15
July
135
July
136
July
23
July
44 July

1
6

30

2«

625 Hartford Electric Light

100

;

1

July
64 July

Am dep rets part pref......
1,400 Happiness Candy St cl A.. *

200

1,000

20

34 June 11
244 Mar. 20

164 Apr. 11
7
Jan.
3
4 Jan.
2
% Apr. 1
14 May 31
114 July 23

204 July
104 July 23
2
26
July
2
9
July
3
4» July
5
4 July
24 July 11
5
144 July

29

14 4 July

94 Sale

14 May
8
244 Mar. 20
134 May 11
7
•Jan.
7

9
30

2

14

Sale

1,800

| 100

V

2

15

Hall (C M) Lamp Co

Handley

m'mm

30

26

Sale

124

15

Guardian Investors common 1

1,800
1,600

100

mm

3 4 July

July

Sale"

Salo
74 Sale

Grocery Stores ProdCommon v t c
....25c
Gulf Oil of Pe

3

100 Gulf States Utll 16 pref
"100
15.50 preferred
200 Gypsum Lime & Alabastlne

;

-

Highest
Sale Prices

104
26

8

4
24

144

Non-voting common stock *
6*000
2,850 Great Northern Paper Co. .25
6,500 Greenfield Tap & Die com.-*

970
450

10

14

Agreement extended.... *
27,400 Grand Rapids Varnish Corp *
5,800 Gray Tel Pay Station com—•
3,685 Gt Atl & Pac Tea 1st pref.100

250

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

244

94

2

17,700

8,600

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

Gorham Mfg Co-

1,600

94
26

8

Class B
•
9,300
51,100 Gold field Consol Mines.... 10
1
20,600 Gold Seal Blec com
2,400 Gorham Inc class A com....*
S3 preferred with warr....*
3,800

500
2,400
1,900

20

Sale

9
24

Lowest
Sale Prices

34

Ask Bid
24
34

24

com......."

98,700 Glen Alden Coal Co........*
8,300 Globe Underwriters........2
5,100 Godchaux Sugars class A..."

14,800
1,700
'

Gilbert (A C) Co
Preferred
4

1

Ask

July 31

July 1
Bid

Par

STOCKS (Continued)

5,010
v

7 to

July 31 1935

Shares

Shares

.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

SALES

AGGREGATE

47

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

Sale
,4
1
504

75

80

14
24
194
21
64
64
4 Sale
56

58

1054 109
74 Sale
54

50

70*
ll*
6

Sale

•:

1

80

24
204
Sale

524 July
4 July
77
July

494 July

%July
77
July

5

78

May 23

Jan.

15

58

Mar.

48

4 Mar. 12
67

Jan.

17

Mar. 14

il94 July
64 July

16

4 July
57
July
62
614
July
1054 1084 106
64 July
64 Sale
Sale

"44 "5
19

July
July

2194
74
4
614
1064
74

July
July
July
July
July
July

1

Jan.

Mar. 21

3

40

Apr.

8

Jan.

3
1

914 Feb.
64 June

6

June 22

Mar. 28

5

11

July
194 July

171

Feb.

4

174 Jan.

9

2

14 Jan.

8

Jan.

18

80

24 May 10
204 May 28
Apr. 24
May 23
614 July 30
1064 July 10
84 Apr. 12

7S

June

22

6
64 Apr.
3
194 July
174 Feb. 21

48

NEW
SALES

AGGREGATE

July

Jan. 1

Shares

July 31 1935
Par

*

5)4 Sale
3)4 Sale

com....

9,600
4% preferred series B ..100
/ 525 Loudon Packing Co
*
345,900 Louisiana Land & Expl com. 1

64

33,500

3,900

20 Ludlow Mfg Associates
*
29,500 Lynch Corp com...........5

600 Lucky Tiger Comb G M

170

300

Sale
66
Sale

23

7X Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

M
76

Sale
Sale
Sale

July
1
65)4 July 22
23
July
1
6)4 July 19

1
1

6X July 29
5)4 July 31
July
3
68)1 July 11
34)4 July 30
7 X July

38

41)4 July 24

5)4 July
3 X July

74

79

34 H

Sale
7% Sale

10

37)4 '40)4

37

5,300 Mangel Stores Corp com
*
1,500
6H% pref with com pur w_*
1,800 IVfapesCons Mfg Co
•

1,800

Highest
Sale Prices

4)4 Mar. 13
2

Mar.

48

6

AH

6H

Sale'

7% Sale

July

6% July 20
47

25" Sale"

2

July 10
July 31

25

8

July 30

62

July
July

29
5

8)4 July

2

26

Jan.

12

Jan,
20 X Apr.

5

89

f

200

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

74

1,200

1

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

100

500

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

STOCKS (Continued)

77,900 Lone Star Gas
60,300 Long Island Light
3,620
7% preferred

25,700
35,900

PRICES IN JULY

July 1 1933

CURB EXCHANGE

Since

Shares

EXCHANGE

CURB

Low from
NEW YORK

In

YORK

2

37

2
4)4 Jan. 12
3)4 June 27
Jan.

26)4 Mar. 14

5)4 June 25
47

July 10
July 31

25

6X July
5)4 July
July
68 X July
34 X July
9)4 May
3)4 Apr.
94X Jan.
41H July

79

29
31
3
11
30
17
29
3

24

10

Jan.

19

62

July

29

33)4 Jan.

14

Marconi Internet Marine—

200

'"200
3,900
200

,

900

,

3,200

300

i',050

8

1,100
Communication Am dep ret
2,000 MargayOU
...»
6,800 Marlon Steam Shovel com..*
22,300 Maryland Casualty Co com. 1
3,100 Mass Utll Associates v t c
1
3,600 Massey Harris Co common..*
48,300 Mavis Bottling Co of Amcl A1
May Hosiery Mills—
$4 preferred w w

6%

"i",366
13,300

"1Mb

200

""806

7%

X Sale

200

July

11

f|: it
AKaAH
H Sale;

July "3
2
July
3
1)4 July 25
3 H July
8
X July
1

"2)4

2)4 July " 3
2)4 July
9
1)4 July 31
4)4 July 24
Xt July 11

preferred

50

49)4 July

53

51)4

8

50)4 July

17

"1% "Tx

5

39

2h

Ibx'Wx

33 M July

11
9

68

2)4

Sale

70

n July
67)4 Juiy

11

2)4 July

2

5)4 Sale

July

--

4)4 Sale

-

-

"5XJuly "24
39 X July

23

69

8
29

July
4)4 July

Sale

9)4 July

24

14

July

31

2

July

12

18)

14

July
July

12
9

2)4 July
18)4 July
Vs July

1
12
9

..100

100

~i~U ~~2H

%

100

610

5,700
300

100
20

pref..
Midland Steel Product—
conv

m

m

1

X July
H July
X July

8H

4,000 Miss River Fuel Corp

14)4 Sale
35)4 36)4

llK "16)4

*

X

warr

10)4
67

2nd preferred
*
Molybdenum Corp v t c
1
Montgomery Ward 8c Co A._*
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow com..*

10 H

140

28)4
22)4

17
40

14

Sale

43

36)4
1)4

19)4 Sale

15)4
Ht

Sa^le

;i0)4
Sale

""Boo
8,400

47,200 Mountain Producers Corp. 10

100

200 Mountain Sts Paw com.....*
450 Mountain Sts Tel 8c Tel.. 100

100

16,300 Murphy (G C) Co common..*
100
8% preferred-i..**..».#kl00

Sale

72

Sale

140

Sale

23 H

22)4

23

150

138

105

100

40,700
2,100

30)4

AH
93

91,200 National Fuel Gas
24,400 National Investors

2,100

340

"

l",300

5)4%

60

preferred..........1

17,400
Warrants
13,300 National Leather Co com...*

1,500

"4", 100
15,900

56,700 National Service C0........I

56,750

100
50

800

100

100

50
100

21

Sale

1st preferred

200

18)

1SX

65'

73

22,200 New Bradford

Oil.

5,800
2,700
10,600

62,550 New Jersey

20,966

Zinc.

88,000 Newmont Mining Corp

29)4

10
n_

2,250

220 NY & For Inv 6)4%

27,750 N Y

X
72

Sale

6)4 Sale

7

Xt

X

100

,fln

1,300

NY Shipbuilding Co

9'inn New
pref
2,100 S Y York Transit

700

sdi'nnn S.YMWattf Serv

l9Q

5

6% Pr«f-10®

"56,000 Niagara Hud Pow com....15
45,600
Class A option warrants...

800
275

3,200
6,100

0V2RR
ko'cRR

c,a*s B option

warrants

•
Nipisslng Mln«a.*.....__...l
com

6.500 Noma Elec Corp com

1

1.625 Northern Warren Corp pref.*

oo'RRR N<ir Amer Lt * Pow com

23,800

For footnotes

1
86 preferred.i,i^........((,.a

725 North Amer Match
see page

56.

6)4

"2%

31

X Jan.

30

2

Mar. 13

X Mar. 15
3

Feb.

16

X Mar. 14
X Mar.
2
Xt Jan.
4
X Apr. 23

17

98

24

Jan.

10

7)4 Jan.
5
X July 23
3)| Feb. 16
69
July
8
4X July 29
75 X June
3
14
July 31
73X Jan. 25
2X July
1
18)4 July 12
Xn Jan. 30
34
Mar. 12
39

96

May

8

1

Jan.

3*A
ih

May 27

8

June 21

30

June 22

2)4 May
Xt May
Xt Jan.
1
Apr.

Xt Apr. 25

16
17
11
26

X Jan. 21

June 19

10

Jan.

12

5

Mar. 15

183
403
1!

July
Apr.
Apr.
July

23
16
25
25

Feb.

13

35

Jan.

29

30

10

23
19

22
8

20
17

11

Sale

24

% Mar. 18
12

Jan.

16

Xt July 22
Feb.

13

10)4 Mar. 29
3034 Mar. 21
9

Jan.

X May
Jan.

5

;25

Jan.

20

Jan.

72

6

2 144

July
July
July
May

6

31

Jan.

2

10

30

July

17
11

15

Mar. 22

30
2

X Feb. 26
X Mar. 11

74

4654 Feb. 26
5)4 Apr. 25
5)4 Jan.
2

July

30

5

7)4 July

10

July

2

X July

1X May

July

2

% July

18)4 June
7
July
3
11)4 Mar. 12
X Mar. 26

2

16)4 July 31
29 X July
1

10

Mar.

8

4*
6)4
7

2)4

July
July
4
July
50
July
100
July
5
July
6 )4 July
3
July

23
19
22
17

June 26

July
3
4X Apr. 20
Feb.

13

16
23
23
11
11

7
3
11
22)4 May
9
35
Mar
4
18 X July 30
1 X Jan. 16
66
Jan. 30
Xt Jan.
7
IX Jan.
7
8X Jan.
2)4 Jan.
July

37

July 30
25

74

5 X Apr.

9)4 Mar.

A

Apr.
Apr.
May

168

Apr. 20

June

16)4 July 31
31
July 17

8)4 July
X July
4
July
50
July
99)4 July
5)4 July
6)4 July
2)4 July

2
7

30

3

22)4 July

5)4 May
July
July
Jan.
3 102
May
Apr. 17 116
Apr.

X July
July

6)4 July

14

Jan.
7
Mar. 28 122

1

65)4 July 18

37

26 137
11
31

Feb. 18
Feb. 27
Jan. 11

29 X Feb.

3

76

23
30
11
13
3

30
12

May 24
Jan.

18)4 Feb. 25

3

19i
100'
14

Mar. 28

7)4 Jan.
127
26
23

55

X

5)4
6)4
IX

5

50 X July
15 X Jan.

35

54 Jan.

5

Jan.

17

Feb.

16

9X May

Feb.

10 X July

1
19

May

19
13
12
~
22
22
11

Feb.

4

Mar.

May 21
July
3
100)4 July 22

6

July

50

Feb.

Jan.

8

5X

2

Jan.

Apr.
May
July

24

25
24

Jan.

June

2)4 Sale

2)4 July

1

5X June 25

Mar.

2)4 Sale

40 X May 21
2X Jan. 11

61)4
63
1)4 Sale
48)4 Sale

5""

62

Sale

2

Sale

50

Sale

"4" July *30
58)4 July
1)4 July
47)4 July

26
3
8

2X July 31

Feb.
june

"AH ""4)4 "3

102

"4" July "30

May
Apr.
May

66

63

July
2
July
50)4 July

5
31
18

1)4

2)4

2)4

IX July 17
11
July 12
46)4 July 20
32
July 29

2)4 July
11
July
54)4 July
32
July

93

2%

93

June

July

4

5

30

June 14

2X Jan.

Mar.

7

53 X May 24
18
May 20

Jan.
Feb.

46

31
93

50
32

Sale

July

:

1

20
Apr. 16
Apr. 25

Jan.

20
12
2
29

15
32

June

Jan.

"54" Sale"

9
Sale
7)4
8)4
8)4
13
14
Sale
13
14)4
Sale
117)4 Sale 118
117
3)4 cl**
3)4

75

;
■

Share Corp class B 5

53.55R Nlles-Bement-Pond
74,800

25




,

Mar. 12

Jan.

Mar.

44

9
21
24
18
31
2
5

78)4 May 28
1
93
' July

2X July

July
Feb.

Jan.

July

1

9X July

17

Mar.

31
23
30
19
10
X July
6
1
July
2
6
July
9
26 X July 24
2)4 July 24

May
May
Apr.

1

;;

7,600
Founders shares.........1
5,100 N Y Steam Corp com.......*

400

1,275

9

1)4

900 N Y Merchandise Co com...*
125 N Y Pr & Lt 86 pref
*
225
7% preferred..
..10«

""25

Sale

4)4

1

14

Xt May 14

July
2)4 July
July
21)4 July
30
July
18)4 July
1)4 July

X July

X

3^

10

pref..100

8c Hond Rosarto 11

17

Mar.

Apr.

8)4

400 New Process Co common....*
500 N Y An Hon Co common.. •

""260

18)4 July 23
40
July 29
IX July 31
19)4 July 25
1
34 July

8

Xt July
X July

_r

..25

New Mexico 8c Aria Land

Jan.

X Jan.
8

29
8
8
26
15

37

July
July

.

-v

50 New Engl Tel & Tel Co... 100
200 New Haven Clock Co com...*

""ICO

IX July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
16 101
July
12 114)4 July

17 X July

"

16)4 Sale

300 Nestle Le Mur Co class A
•
20 Nevada Calif Elec com
100
325
7% preferred..
....100

3,600

24

3X Apr.
21X Jan.
3X Feb.
55
Apr.
IX Jan.
75)4 June
9X July 24

.12

20
30

19
25

_*

.....

July

76)4 July
37)4 July
14J4 July
140)4 July
30)4 July
30
July
22)4 July
137
July
31
July

34)4 July

Sale

Xt

1,000 Neisner Bros pref
.....100
1,700 Nelson (Herman) Corp .....5
2,400 Neptune Meter class A......*

200

250

6)4

16,200 National Transit..
12.50
7,000 National Union Radio com..I
6,425 Nehl Corp com

900

19
3
2
9

_

II" "July "9

July
1)4 July

2)4 Sale
37

35

68)4 Sale

...

Conv partic preferred..
•
800 National Steel Car Ltd.....*
17,100 National Sugar Refg
•
200 National Tea Co 5)4 % pref. 10

2,300

30

3X
X
4X
X
.05)4

1,700

"5",600

78,400
4,200
5,600
6,200
8,100
11,600

Sale

Ht
Vs

Nat Power 8c Light—
16 preferred
•
100 National Refining common 25
77,520 Nat Rubber Mach com......*

7,200

30

96
July
114)4 July

Salp

70

m

1

com

101

34)4

18)4
25

•

.

2
5
3
3
22

8

Nat'l Bond 8c Share Corp
•
1,850 Nat Container Corp com
*
100
S2 convertible preferred. _*

50

8

Jan.

Xt July 19
4)4 July 18
5)4
1
July 23
1
117
5 122
July

5)4 Sale

5

96

3I8

11,806

250

"40""

"

315*

1,000 Nachman Sprlngfilled Corp.*
196,400 Nat Bellas Hess com
1

14,400

July
July
July
July
July

66)4 July
28
July
10)4 July
137
July
29 H July
26 X July
22)4 July
137
July
30)4 July

35)4 Sale
13)4 Sale

400 Mtge Bank of Colom Am she..
1,500 Mountain 8c Gulf Ol ICo
.1

50

8
25
15

10 X July

10

11

137

1,900 Moore Drop Forging cl A....*

160

1

8)4 Jan.
8)4 June
3V» May
2J4 June
1 X July
5X Jan.
X Jan.

8

Sale

...

200

900

41

82

Moody's Investors Part pref.*
200 Moore Corp Ltd..........
»
70
7% A pref
100

.

12

2)4 July
1)4 July
7X July

12

1H Sale

30 Miss River Power pref....100
5,900 Mock Judson Voehrlnger
*
20,475 Mohawk A Hud Pow 1st pref.*

9,075
363,400
12,040
3,300
1,275

8)4

12

*

...

H July 19
2)4 July 24
1
July
2
6
July 25

Ht July 23

•

...

Mining Corp of Can..
3,250 Minnesota Min & Mfg Co.

""Boo

225

$2

2,060

1,000
3,100

300

2%

1)4 July

15,600
|2 non-cum div shares....*
1,200 Mid vale Co
•

400

3,575
2,875
79,400
2,070

2)4
Vs

17,800
ClaBS A vot trust ctfa.....*
12,400
Class B vot trust ctfs.....*
34,500 Middle West Util com
*
4,400
16 conv pref ser A
*
1,500
$6 conv pref A ctfs of dep. *
Midland Royalty Corp—

600

Feb.

80

Middle States Petroleum—

1,800

1

3)4 Mar. 12
X Feb. 23

34

5,080 Mexico-Ohio Oil Co
♦
12,000 Michigan Gas 8c Oil Corp...*
23,700 Michigan Sugar com
»
19,200
Preferred
10

3,000
2,400

6

15

70

2% Sale

50 Metal Textile part pref.....*
Metropolitan Edison Co—
400
$6 pref series C
*

1,600
2,200
1,600

June
Feb.

1)4 Mar. 13
IX Jan. 11

12 X Apr.
98
Jan.

48 X

*

...100

preferred....

8
4

8)4

40 X Feb.

*

6,500 Merritt Chapman ft Scott
•
1,700
6)4% A pref..
100
•
49,900 Mesabl Iron

100

"6)4 "

IX Sale

~3H "T"
yt
*

17,300 McCord Radiator & Mfgv
•
35,275 McWilliams Dredging com..*
100 Mead Corp common
•
20,600 Mead Johnson ft Co com....*
28,900 Memphis Nat Gas com
...5
50 Memphis P & L $7 pref
*
3,000 Mercantile Stores Co.......*

3,300
0,750

8)4
3X
2

*

20,750 Mayflower Associates Inc
v'/t 3,700 McColl Frontenac Oil
25

7X
314
in

Corp""*

6)4 Sale
;
Ht
X
X
IX
5
5)4
22

Sale

2)4 Sale
IX
42)4
15

IX
43)4

Sale"

Sale

7)4 Sale

1*
6
23 X

Sale
o

IH

Sale

Sale

2)4 Sale
IX

IX

July
July
July
July
75
July
6)4 July
Xt July
1
July
5
July
21X July
2
July

IX July
41

"l)4 Sale"
19

Sale

July
X July
14
July
36
July

14

July
July
4
July
75
July
7X July

118

IX July
43

July
IX July
17)4 July
36
July

4

Feb.

,

75
7)4
Xt
IX

Mar.
Jan.
.vlar.

6

ar.

July 30
July 19
July 10
June 20
June
5
July
9

26 X July
3
Apr.

5
10
31
31
20

13 X Jan.
7
16 X May
9
Mar. 12

121

X4 ia
35

4.

24

Mir.'28

X M *r. 9
4)4 Mar. 6
24 X Jan
1'

2

24
6

May 24

44 X May 27

IX July
17 X July
40

June

31
31
3

NEW YORK

{

In

500
100

Nor Amer Utll Sec com...

North Cent Tezae Oil.... ...ft
North European Oil com.. ...1

25

200

7% preferred...

200

'1,280

Northern N Y Utll

7% pfd .100

300

4,100
26,100
33,400
44.800

;;

2,000
8,000
11,700

'

Nor States Power com

Corp

Ohio Oil 6%

19,730
1,920

1,100

1,200

700
4,200

45,400

Pacific Eastern Corp

9,900
2,300

59,700

Pacific G & E 6% 1st

7,100
10,275

Pacific Ltg Corp

1,875
8,000
5,625
4,900
33,900

SH%

8400

50 Parker Pen

"7455
,

1,350

250

37,000
275

150

150

500

1,100

$5

225

1,100
25

9,100
2,100
4.400

34 X

Sale

30

40

Sale
Sale

38

2

Sale

63 X

X Sale

14,900
8400

2.470
16,300
10°
100
75
600

100

...

Mfg.....50

70

Sale

" 8X

7X

140

310

*555

70
65

July
July

6
12

5
27
30
26

July
July
July
July
July

70

13

"2X Sale

8X

o

8*
55

25

;

>s

,

Sale
6X Sale

6%

7% prior lien

6

July

31

22
24
30
30
31

6",325
190
100

2X Sale
12
6
7X

2,575

""565

67

%

X-

Jan.

28

14

June

14

Apr.

10

53

Jan.

28

July 31
July 16

52

Apr.

18

89X Jan.

2

Feb.

28

4

7

WM

23

24/4
Sale

Sale

500
800

4,600
3,900
700
800

100
900

2X July
10 X July

1,000
900
400

13.155
2,725
500

800

|

July

8

15

26

Feb.

25

2X June 26
46
July 29

26

66

29

July
July
July

Jan.

7

28

24

M
23

July 29
25X Feb. 14
2X June 26

siH

4

12

May
7
July 23

30

Jan.

31

39

36

39

Jan.

7

29

12 X Apr.

4

17 X July

X Mar. 19
10 X May 10
4X Mar. 20
83
Jan. 11

IX Feb.

1

jviay

iu

17 X July

3
2

"8X July "31
July

99

10

22" "July 27

July 27

i6I""Juiy

2

"55*Juiy*"3
X July 22

40

39

4

Jan.

2X Apr. 26
31
July 31
13X Jan. 18
& Jan.
2

June 18

9

May 16

9X Feb.

16

July

6

June 22

79

1
3

Jan.

12

.

35 X July "8

40

39

\)aA

38X July

5

5 i02" July "29

29

8X July 31
99
July 10
r-

Mar. 25 77
Apr. 26 90
8
Jan.
2 22
7
5
Jan. 11
38 X
17 X Feb. 20
16
Feb.
7 35X
78X Apr.
4 102
83
77
Jan. 31
May

81

1

July 27
Apr.
5
July
5
June 12
July 29
Feb. 23

May

81

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■■

v,

.

Apr. 11
Apr. 26

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: /;•-•'•

«.

,

.•••,

•;••■• •

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1

pref......100
X Feb.
12 X

Sale
30 X Sale

Sale

132

•111

140

Sale
Sale

134

135
145

146

18
31

3X July

2

29 X

5X

4X
•106

llX July
July

Sale

31

14 X

5X July 27

XJuiy "2 i5XJuiy"l8
Jily"24 ""x"jidyl"9

i!
3X

Common...............
conv

1

Red Bank Oil Co..........

July

8

I

8

July

8

...*
Oil Corp......*

Reeves (Daniel) eom

a

>

Sale

Reliable Stores com........

IX

Reliance Internet com A....*

Sale

Reybarn Co.. Inc.........lft

Sale
10

6X Mar.
Mar.
34X Mar.
l 2X Jan.
13

5X July
1
July 25
3
July
5
X July 18
9
July
6
X July 15

'"fx Juiy"i7
IX July
3X July
1
July
9
July

11
23
31
6

'X July

6

X
6X
X
*At

6

6,, July
lX July

9

6X July

3

9

81.20 conv preferred.....20

!
8X

IX July
8X July

IX July
2X July
12
July

IX
1
3X

Rossla Internat Corp ......*

X

A July

X
26 X

Root Petroleum Co com

Royalite Oil Co

-

1

10

Royal Typewriter com.....

18X Sale

26 X

Ruberotd Co.............lift

61

Sale

67 X

Sale

Russeks Fifth Ave Inc......

Ryan Consol Petroleum...

Sale
4X
6
X Sale

18

lft
92.900 St Regis Paper Co....
7% preferred...........100
2,790

%

"Ix

x

Sale

A

28 x

July

12

67 X July

4X July

3X July

*"*X " "X

July
% July

9
2

1

73

July

July 26
A July

'"IX Sale ""IX July"24 "lX'Juiy"
29
23

56.

July
July

13
X July 22

60

68

2,150 Safety Car Heating ftt Ltg.100
19.500 St Anthony Gold Mining... 1
100 St Lawrence Corp Ltd com.

"8,355

July

A

Ltd....._..*

Sale

33 X June 24
70
June 19

5X July

6

27

23

July 27

July

X Mar. 25
15X July 18
X Jan. 23
Feb.
5

Jejune 12
4X Mar.
17
Apr.
X Feb.
X Feb.
4X Feb.
3u Apr.
4X Mar.
H Mar.
2
Apr.
X Apr.
9
July
X July
85
Apr.

ix Sale
2

X Jan. 30
17 X May

19
30
14

Apr.
8
Mar. 26
Jan. 24
June 28

2105

10
6X% l»t preferred
lftO
1,600 Rogers Majestic Corp cl A..*
Roosevelt Field Inc........5

4
18

Jan. 23 135X July 20
July 30 135X July 20 127
July 23
July 23 132X Feb. 14 147
144X July 19 147

A com.
Prod A.*

3
9

15X July
33 X July

133

12

Securities.*

Class B common.........




12X May

Jan.

22

5
26

36X Apr. 18
5
July 23
64X July 31

3

Feb.

Feb.

July 31
July 17

6*
2\

Mar. 27

51

Mar.

11

16
Jan. 12
Mar. 11

Jan.

46 X Apr.
July

IX July
31
July 31

3

94X July

Feb.

3k

July 31

22

X July

103

33 X July

Mar. 26

July 24
2X July

2

"7x'Juiy"

"8X Sale
96

36

Rainbow Luminous

For footnotes see page

7

15

Mar.

66
2

17
24

July

79

1

14X July

H

X

31

July 23

5
64 X

July 31

20

250
1,800

440

9

Feb.

6X July

9
3

"x'Juiy

'X Sale

Reynolds Invest com .......1
Rice Stix Dry Goods Co.....*
Richfield OH of Calif pref..2ft
50 Rochester G ftt B 6% pref.100
Rochester Telephone Corp—

II,600
2,400
4,500
6.800
1,600
23,400
9,278
5,300
6,600

Feb.

75
90

Rys ftt Utll Invest cl

Reiter Foster

Apr.

Mar. 15

4

*"6X July 31

IX July 13
31

pref..............*
800 Raytheon Mfg. ▼ t c .....50c

1,500
1.900
4,900
41.900
6,800
26,300
67,000
3,800
8,600

40

May 15 120

f

12
8
25

12

8

X

X

Raymond Concrete Pile—

""155

24

28

29

July 26
July 12
July 19
July 23

2

12

7

17X Sale

12X

*
stock.....60

Railway 8c Light

83

11
31
30
30

Jan.

20 X

Railroad Shares Corp com..*

75

May
July
July
Apr.

July 30
Apr. 16

7?*

15

July 24

-,.

"2X Sale

31

875 Quaker Oats com...........*
4% preferred...........l#ft
640

450

Jan.

25

Feb.

X July

July

-

10

23]
1]

87 part preferred........
50
22,845 Puget Sound P 8t L 84 pf...»*
85preferred—
27,365
13,670 Pure OH Co 4% pref......10ft
...
10
13,925 Pyrene Mfg..

2,400
5,700
1,100
2.400
2,400

May 17

Mar. 27

1
24

Public Utll Securities—

1,675
3.050

7
17

Feb.

Public Service of Oklahoma-

50

2

10

5X Mar. 25
79X Apr. 23
5
July 22

July

'

20 X

preferred..........100
preferred
100

7%

18

31

67

Sale

77

10

Public Service of Nor 111

Com $60 par

18

37 X June
"

2X July
46
July
11X July

July
July

64X Sale

67 X Sale

preferred..............*

400
125

July 25
6

is

31

15

July

6

15
31

-

$4

2
June 17
Jan. 15
Feb.
8

Jan.

33 X July

33

3X July 11
2
July 24
9X July 16
6
July 24

10 X

57 X

57

Sale

6X Sale
1
2X

0^

9X Sale
6X Sale

1

45X

10 X

"2X "3V

Co......5

Sale

2X
44

43 X
8X Sale

42

*
46.600 Prudential Investors com
350
|4 preferred
—..*
Public Service of Colorado—
ys-v 40 4% 1 st prefer red... .... 100
7% 1st preferred
50
...100
850 Public Serv of Ind pr pref..*

.590
2,700

Mar. 21

June

69

Mar. 30

July
July
July
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
July

17

11

June 19

S8

-

10

IX
17 X
34X
44X
2H
4X
47 X

9
27

Jan.

May

July 31
July 16
July 22

9

7X July
33 X July
2X July
42
July
8X July

*

,

950

"125

July

69

1

July 22 101
July
5 75
July
8 80

97 X

Sale

8X

150 Providence Gas Co..

11",555

47 X July

Feb.

J*

-

July

4X July

8

Jf*

113

Pratt 8c

Mill- Co com

2

'

Pitney Bowee Postage Meter*
Pitts Bessemer 8c L £ RR...50

8,600

Mar. 18

36

22

77

75
74 X

Sale

67

Properties Realization—
Voting trust ctfs.__.33Xc
6,910
Prirper
McCallum Hosiery

600

IX Apr.

July 31

2

15
10

Sale

101

113,800

1,300

Sale

II

Jan.

4

17

July 17
July 20
July 17

3X May 23
28 X July 23
20 X Jan. 12
25 X July 19
Jan. 15
June 26
Feb. 25 102

40 X

2

2

July

IIH May 28

Jan.

175 Pressed Metals of Amer.....*
Producers Royalty Corp
1

ism

20
17
_

10

July,

96

X Mar.

July
July 23
July 19
July 31
July 18
July 18
July 31

5X July
July
July
67
July
12
July

6X

13

Lambert...........*
Premier Gold Mining.......1
100 Prentice-Hall Inc..........*

10.500

July
July

June^.18
13

96 X July

107 X May 10
109
July 26

90X Apr.
9X Feb.

17

Ig

July
9X July

Sale

2/4

IIX ~12X

A.....
Pow 8c Lt $6 pref.......

3,837
114,410

.July

2

38

45,900 Potrero Sugar com..........5
I,800 Powdrell 8C Alexander......*
400 Power Corp of Can com.....*

9,800

Jan'

2

"6

Sale

5
Sale

6,700 Pittsburgh Forglngs Co....*
5ft
4,680 Pitts 8c Lake Brie RR
91.450 Pittsburgh Plate Glass com 25
2,000 Pond Creek Pocahontas Co.*

-¥255

85 X

34

6

12

preferred.........—...*

Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd

Jan.

18

July
July

59

Sale
36X

33X
5X

—*

Pines Wlnterfront

Feb.

89

27

Jan.

70

1
13
12
July 26
July 17
July 15

18

IX July
4X July
43 X July

4X
Sale

3X
47 X

59

Pa Gas 8c Blec class

1,800
155,370
96,000
300

600

July
99X July
IX July
13X July

" Sale

3X
4X
43 X Sale

Conv preferred A........10
17,200
10,100 Pie Bakeries Inc cess...—.
25
7% preferred..
il«
6,300 Pierce Governor Co com....*

"¥,555

19

July
July

1

July

Jan.
Jan.
o
Mar. 14
Jan.
3
May 23

26 X July

27 X July

38X

2

12,700, Pa Water 8t Power
9,180 Pepperelt Mfg Co.........100
....
1,900 Perfect Circle com
270 Pet Milk 7% pref-...
IM
Philadelphia Co com .....
7.100
25 Phila Elec Power 8% pref..25
79,200 Phoenix Securities common. 1

2,900
1,420

July
July

14 X

23 X

13

32

Co com.... *

25 Pa
800
$7 preferred
425 Pennsylvania Salt

July

6

2X

Sale
Sale

13 X

30
7% preferred
..100
1
1,500 Penn Mex Fuel common
287,700 Pennroad Corp com vtc__ ...I
375 Pa Cent Lt & Pr 12.80 pref..*

"""loo

45X
5X
6X
5X
18X

38 X Mar

13 X July

17

36X

Co...........-10

Peninsula Telep

96 X July

July
3X July

Sale

30

stock.... *

Class B

500

% Jan.
Feb.

23

6

7X

■.

16

800 Pender (D)

loo

32

X July

10

12 X

Rust-Proof com....
Grocery cl A....*

Parker

29,500

63 X July
65
July

July | 5
3X May 27
% May 27
63 X July 10
65
July 18
96 X July
8
7 r May 21
14 X May 11
14 X July 19
23 X July 31

Jan.

3

X July

lOlX Sate

com*

42,200 Pan Amer Airways com....10
251,000 Pantepec OH of Venesuela..*
1,200 Paramount Motors Corp....*
*
63,300 Parke Davis 8t Co..

200

Sale

2

4

3

X Jan.

5

July
July

4
'

25 X

......*

Pacific Tin special

7
3:
2X
27 X

>4 pref...

preferred

1st

13,700
V,
7,097

27 X

24 X July

Sale

1

Sale

6

25

let preferred

11

2X Sale

..1
pref..25

600 Pacific Pub Serv non-vot

300

is

Sale Prices

94X July 13 96 X
104X 104 X July 30 105 X
2 109
105 X July
96
July 17 96
Sale
10 X July 26

i03X

i°H niH

6,900 Ollstocks Ltd common—...ft
9,000 Outboard Motors cl B com..*
Class A cone pref........*
5,200
6,680 Overseas Securities Co..—.*

<

Sale

26

Sale

103X 104X

100

pref

6X
Sale
13 X Sale
23 X Sale
6

13 X

Ohio Power 6% preferred. 100
60 Ohio Pub Serv 6% 1st pref 100

510
10

.

26 X

Highest

Sale Prices

July
1
July
2
X July
1
60 X July 16
65
July 18
92
July
2
6
July 17
12 X July 26
10 X July
8
20 X July 17

93

91

10X
10X
21X Sale

•

_

Sale

6X

A.. .100

Northwest Engineering..
Novadel Agene

"92

13 X

Ohio Brass class B
450 Ohio Edison $6 preferred—*

225

;

90

Pipe Line..... ..10

3,200

1,175

1,700
4,000

Northern

Lowest

Sale Prices

2
3

325 Norlnd Pub Sert% pref.. ,io®
.100

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask
Ask Bid
3% Sale
2
Sale
2X
3
2X
3
%
X Sale

• mm

150

Lowest

July 31

July 1
Bid

Par
m

12,200
9,200
19,700

9,000

July 31 1935

STOCKS (Continued)

Shares

Shares

to

CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

July

1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Law from
July 1 1933

SALES

AGGREGATE

49

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

NEW

AUG., 1935]

15X
41

3X
X

X Mar. 12
Jan.
3
Jan. 14
IX May 27

27

5

20
26
26
25
2

25

14

15

Feb. 20
Jan. 22

1

_

July 23

5
26
6

15
5

Jan.

3

12X Jan.

2

1

Jan.

4

85

Apr.

5

Mar. 22 :105
9X
Mar. 29
2X
Apr. 11
2X
Feb.
4
Apr.
5 12
X
Feb.
5
May 20 26 X
May 15 28 X
Jan.
4 67 X
5X
Apr.
2
IX
Mar. 6

60X Mar. 29

% Apr. 16
X May
1
Mar. 14
17 X Mar. 15

May 17

?X Jan. 22
X Jan.
9

Mar .22
Jan. 22
May
2
July
9
July 10
Apr. 15
May 20
July 29
July 31
Feb.
8
May 17

76X Apr. 22
X Jan.
8
2
29

X May
9
June 24
July
6

!'■

•'•

■'vfv

v;'.-

50

NEW

YORK

EXCHANGE

CURB

1

AGGREGATE

SALES

In

July

Shares

90C
1

July 31 1935
STOCKS

10C

70C
95C

50
40C

1,500
1,000 ..■v;.,;:
250

4,800 Seiberllnft

-

700

6,500

36,000
7,540
3,300
6,300
9,300
68,355
2.770

600

1,800
400

V

-

1,500
10,500

V

280

Rubber com.....*

Shattuck Denn Mining

6% preferred AA

Conv preferred

7,600
6,500
250
600
800

>?

*

com

800 Southern Nat Gas Co

300

'

"'"650
250

South Penn OH

4,260
146,600
7,700
30,330
2,025
iv
1,800

4

26^

:

100
350

4,300
1,800

:

5

<

"Y.666
150
100
600

153-!

I. J
to

3

P
23

72,400
8,950
3,549
2,300
86,800
789,200
1,400
125,900
6,350
47,200

200

1,000
12,000
62,200
300

28,600
450

2,900
20

1H
105*
13%

115*

76)1
1

Stutz Motor Car Co

800
500

500

78,200
9,500

50

3.400

200

:

20
400

"2",loo
4,200
4,800
900

1,300

5

"""266
•

24,900

50
IX

•f1

5* July
July
2)* July
16
July
305* July
1
July
20
July
1065* July
1095* July
5

May 31
May 28

2

34

Jan.

48

34X

'

f#
20*

Sale

_215* Sale"

20X

9X
10X
16 X Sale
95
95X
IX
IX
1
IX

95*
14 X

20%
10X
Sale
94 X

12

July 29
July
1
July
1
July 10
July 12
July 19
July 26
3
July 31
5* July 13

93

14%

14)*

50 Union Traction
Co........50
United Aircraft Ac
Transp—
Warrants
..........

45* July

4

25

17

255* July
50
July

Feb.

Apr.
4
Apr. 10
Jan.
3

~~ix "2" TM;2""
6X
8X
IX Sale

85* 105*
IX Sale

40 X

IX
23

44
Sale
Sale

2X

3
Sale

"~2X "~2X

45

Sale

IX Sale
20

Sale

2% Sale
33
Sale

2X

IX

30

.

30)*

5* July

Jan.

3

Jan.
Jan.

4

Jan.

7

7

Sale"

4X Sale

55* July 24
195* July
9
30
95* July
2
135* July 23
945* July 22
15* July 16
15* July 30
11
July 20
5* July 1 1

85* July
July
215* July
105* July
165* July
95
July
15* July
IX July
145* July
5* July
5*o
15*
505*
145*

20 X July

July

9
July
3
July 12
July 22

27

July 29
July 29
July 19
July 26

3 XJuly
105* July
15* July
75* July
1
July
105* July
45* July
44
July
15* July
195* July
25* July
315* July
50
July
25* July
96
July

1

6

24
10
' 5
2

26
31
13
1
31
16
10
8
3
2

July

'"3 5* "July "6

Ilk
15*
95*
15*
115*
45*
45

15*
235*
25*
33 5*
545*

25*
97

July 10
July 10
July 10
July 22
July 22
July 16
July 23
July 10
July 23
July 16
July
2
July 27
July 16
July
2

195* July

6
28

265* July 25

205* July
5
July
285* July

12
3
8

30 104
July
12
\5* July
22
X July

23
12
11

5* July
25* July
15* July

1
12
10

5* July
25* July
15* July

8
30

19

185* July

30

3S SalF 2^| Sale6

i§§t

~Tx ""6"
2"" Sale"

19 X

25
6

21

275*

28)*

26

X

X

5

Sale

5

5%

5

103

581

lx

7
3

JO

X Sale
2X
25*
IX
IX

X

5*

~~2X Sale"
IX Sale

45* Sale

35* Sale
11

12X
7% Sale

44

Sale

2

16

July

July
5* July
5* July

"7" "Tx ""65* ""9"" ""7""
4
Sale
12 X Sale

"21"" ~22~X "22"" "23""

3
3

1

Juiy|i9 "7"" July" 19

.,a

"3X "8%

4X

18

2

Jan.

754 Mar. 18
11)* Mar. 30
91
Feb. 11
1
Mar. 8
5* Apr. 24
9

Mar. 21

X Apr. 10

105* Jan. 15
2X Mar. 9
Jan.

15

455* Jan.

5

2

Feb.

14

89

Apr.

9

5* June

1

31

225* Mar. 12
)* Mar. 14
X July

16

12

45* July

12

15

July 30

x3X Apr. 25
Apr. 24
125* Jan. 22

72

14

July 29
25* Jan.
4
45* Jan.
7

30

•June

5

255* July

12
19
395* July 26
3
July 31
1
May
9
23 5* July

5* Jan.

9

65* July 11
285* May 10
525* Feb.
7

5* Apr. 30
X June 20
225* July 19
35

35*
X
355*
85*
27

215*
12
19 5*

995*
25*
15*
145*
%

July
Feb.
Jan.
July
July
July
Feb.
May
May
May
May
May
July
June

18

26
15
24
25
31
19
16
17
13
13
13
27
11

10
10
19
26
2

18
2
9

10
16
7

22
23
2

June 11

25

Feb.

3

365*
585*
35*
97

14

Apr. 22
Feb. 21
May 27

July

2

15* Jan.

8
25
3
12

35

July
5* Jan.
15* July

27

45* Mar. 4
765* July 11

Feb.

6

5*6 July
25* July

10
11

75
5

Feb.
7
Mar. 14

22)* May

7
Mar. 11
15* Feb. 11

60

June

4

28
3
July
2
65* Jan.
4
35
May 24
67
May 15
25* Jan .
2
5* Jan.

45* May

93

25* Jan.
3
X June 10
Apr, 11
)* Mar. 18

7
7
11
22
23
29
29
3
Jan.
3
5* Jan.
5
35* Feb. 14
15* July 30

165* July 19
105* June 3
7
July 19

185* July 30
10 X Apr. 24
9
Jan.
2

195* Apr. 30
5
July
3
31

24

Jan.

Jan.
Apr.
68
Jan. 18
May
83
Jan. 21 104
July
*
5* Apr.
Xl
X Feb.
7
15* Apr.

23)* Jan.

2
V

3
Apr. 18
105* July 18
35* Apr.
2
Jan.

1035* June
4
May
X June
X Jan.

16

7

33
95

6)* Jan.

24

18
Jan.
7 5* July
45
July

26
31
30

25* May 23
Jan.
7

23

26 1035* June 26
55* Jan. 14,
24
13
16
6

5

35* Mar. 22

6

4

45* July

2

26
23
12

18

48

25* Mar. 6
195* Mar. 13

"""5*"JuIy""5

27

29

29

5

6
5
2

3X Jan.

25* July
22)* July

5*"July"

15
17

115* Jan.

25* July 22
22
July 25

""45* July"18 "4 5* "July" 16

Jan.

1
Apr.
•4 Feb. 27
5* Mar. 7
35* Apr.
425* Mar. 19 505* July
95* Mar. 6 14 5* July
103
Jan.
8 107
Feb.
4
35* Mar. 27
Apr.
105* June 18
155* Mar.
2
Jan.
15* May 25
9 5* July
65* Jan. 15
1
July
2
35* Feb.
10
Mar. 8
145* Jan.
25* Mar. 27
45* June
40
Mar. 29 45
July
5* Apr. 24
15* Jan.

45* July
8
125* July
6
75* July 31
45
July 30
22
9

8

•

35* July 31
105* July 18
45* July
1
35
July
2

103 5*

"4X ~~4X "4

5* June 27
29 k Mar. 30
55* July 24
10)* Apr.
3

29

23
25
5
12
31
1
11
10
2
2
3
18
10
1

Sale

4

May
1
29
May 29
15* Apr. 29

25
31
8
9
1
3
27
30
27

15* July
35
July
5* July
15* July
215* July
45* July
765* July
5* July
35* July
93
July
6
July
30
July
67
July
25* July

"IX
21
4

Apr.
17

18

7

9

45* Jan.
3
215* Mar. 28
455* Feb. 19

19

5

24 108
Apr. 23
9
4 5* Apr. 22
7
1
Apr. 22

X June 20
1
1

5
305* July
2
5* July
1
5* July 16
155* July
3
4
July
8
73
July 16
5*o July 10
25* July 11
93
July
2
55* July 22
29
July
3
66)* July 19
2
July 31

34$

Jan.

35* Jan.
5* June

17

225* July
35
July

X July 17
195* July
32)* July

25

335*

IfH

3

19

X Apr. 18

17
17

5&
1X
48X
145*

145*

51

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2

1

'335* July"I§ "355* Juiy "24

3% Sale

18

:

15

Jan.

35*
205*
175*
155*
285*

15

25

Apr. 17
15* Jan.
4
685* July 31
70
July 31

25* Jan.
5* June
May
2 5* Mar.
195* Jan.
305* July
9
15* Jan.
27
20
July
Jan. 15 1065* July
July 23 1135* Mar.

6

1

5* Jan.

2% Jan.

8
10
18
19
3
25

25* Feb. 13

15*
45*
285*
255*
235*
395*

50

Mar. 28 301

29

14

105

35*

"~25* Sale"
•ve.s

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
May
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.

Jan.

July "36 235

3x
Sale

345*

"21" Sale"
3%
45

Mar. 15

465* Mar. 15

2)*
5
5*
25
35*
2
15*
5
145*
20
27
6
5*
26
125*
84
23
12 1065*

165* July

215*

.....




.

27

X

pref..100

Common......... ........1

56.

2

1*

-.89-

Trlplex Safety Glass Ltd—

see page

13

235* July
50
July

35$

33%

33

Tobacco Prod Exports
....*
Tobacco Secur Trust Co Ltd

6%

Mar. 26

2

5* Mar. 19

" ""55* July*27 ""65* Jul"y"il

52

Sale

34

4m

....1

25

5,100

22

Xt Sale

Union Elec Lt & Pow
(111)—
6% Preferred.
...100
13,900 Union Gas of Canada
•
100 Union Oil Calif debt
rights..
19,900 Union Tobacco Co common •

200

%

i

6

Sale

""45* "4X "4X Sale"

...»

1,400 Unexcelled Mfg Co Inc
10
3,700 Union Amer Invest comlZI.*

F«r footnotes

ti
19% Sale
•325* Sale

*

300

"""•iOO

47X

5 5*

-:>•

1

.....

5,800
Class A..
l
53,800 Tung Sol Lamp Wks com...*
8,900
S3 conv prsf

f

24

53

A3X

\i

Swift International....
15
Swiss-Amer lean Elec pref .100

1,100
27,400
4.200

300

25

105

35*

Am rets for ord. shs.
reg£l
300 Tri-State Tel & Tel
6% pfd.10
900 Trunz Pork Stores Inc......*
Tublze Chatlllon
Corp—

'

24)*
45

% Sale

180
7% preferred A
100
2,400 Tonopah Belmont Develop..1
8,500 Tonopah Mining of Nev
1
600 Transcontinental Air
Transpl
39,200
Stamped
1
54,600 Trans-Lux Plct Screen com.l
25,600 Trt-Continental Corp Warr..

800

"M%~~5% ""BM *

1% Sale

Sunshine Mining Co..
.10c
Swan-Finch OH Corp .....15

240 Toledo Edison

0

125* July
8
15* July 12
35* July 17
27 X July 24
245* July
1
225* July 11
37
July 16
1 % July
8

45* July

X Sale

80

31

27

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
July

28

*565* July *31 '6r"*TulyY*9

Sale

IX Sale

Am dep rets ord reg sha..£l
2,000
Am dep rets def reg......5s
3,300
4,700 Todd Shipyards Corp
.._.*

200

400

4X

45*

£

1,600 Tenn Products Corp com... *
117,700 Texas Gulf Producing._..._*
425 Texas P & L 7% pref
100
36,300 Texon Oil & Land Co.
.*
1,400 Thermoid Co 7% pref
100
775 TobaccoAt Allied Stocks....*

30,100

4

32

....

x

3,300

"§"" Sale"

ii

675 Tenn El Pow 7% 1st pref..100

1,300
22,600

.....

"'% Sale"

519,100 Technicolor Inc common...*
143,400 Teck Hughes Gold Mines...*

425

.....

Sale

Machinery Co.....*
Investing Co com
*
$3conv pref.............*
Sunray OH
........5

new

"25"' Sale' "25)* Sale"
22 X Sale

X Sale

Sun

Class A

a

54s

-....*

6,300 Taggart Corp com
22,500 Tampa Electric Co....
33,500 Tastyeast Inc class A

6,100

Sale

IX
IX
35*» Sale

9*

;■

Jan,

26
13
15
15
18

5*
435*
5*
IX

2
23
26
8
6
29
31
31

125* Jan. 24

*

110 Syracuse Ltg 6% pref.....l00

600

3%
4X
MX Sale

•

v-"f:

..1

Sullivan

Swiss Oil Corp

4
60

9

.*

Standard Invest I5H pref..*

1

8

X Apr.

3434

800 Stroock (S) Ac Co Inc......*

20,600
1,125

59
li

u

45*

/i

Standard Oil (Kentucky).. 10
Standard OH (Nebraska)
25

5,900 Starrett Corp com.... .....1
19,700
6% preferred
...10
1,350 Steel Co of Can Ltd ord.....*
8,400 Stein (A)At Co com.........*
520
4X% pref
100
2,500 Sterling Brewers Inc
1
2,775 Stetson (John B) Co com...*
1,200 Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp
5

300

70

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

104

35*

50

2,050
Preferred
257,600 Standard Silver Lead

62,600

2

495*
5*
15*
32)*
15*
685*

100
»

7)* May 11

195* Mar. 25

245* July 30

8

X July

Standard Oil (Ohio) com..25
5% pref
100
Standard Power Ac Lt com..*
Class B common
1,800
*

550

200

'""766

IW
15 X
14 5*

M

........25

250 Standard Dredging
pref

650

20,200
1,300
3,300

Sale

451 Sale

300 Stahl-Meyer Inc com
.....*
2,800 Standard Brewing Co
*
2,050 Standard Cap At Seal com
5

'

m

X July 31
4% July
2
2 J* July
9
155* July 19

23 X July 17
X July 13
185*
3
19% 16X July
103X Sale 100
July
6
1065* July 23

""lH Sale"

*

100
Am dep rets ord bear...l£
8,800 Square D Co class B com
*
4,650
Class A preferred
....__*

2,500

is

14

r

27
16
18

335* Jan.
5
54 Jan. 25
24 X July 30

*

com

Spanish & General Corp Ltd
4,500
Am dep rets ord reg shs..£l

;

X Sale

J

July "26
485* July 20
5* July
8
IX July 18
32
July 29
% July
2
64
July
2
63 X July
1

mm

3X

125*

"

1

270"" July ""§ 30l

15 5*

Sale Prices
1
Jan.
4

29

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
5* June

A'v

2

550 So West Pa Pine Lines

"3",300

3,700

107

5

53,200

50

'%

Sale

119

800 Southern Union Gas com
31,200 Southland Royalty Co...

5,700

75
575

90)*

30 South New Engl
Telep Co. 100
3,000 Southern Pipe Line
10

"8,260

70

45*
5X
2 % Sale

32 X

■

"""900

500

68)* Sale

"635* Sale

»

2,300
Typewriter v t c
•
35,200 Sonotone Corp
..1
283,100 So Amer Gold Ac Plat
...1
6,300 Sou Calif Edison pref A..
25
29,000
Preferred B
.......25
28,200
5)4% pref class C
25
1,325
5% original pref....
25
1,100 Southern Colo Pow cl A..25
3,600 Southern Corp com..
*

V

"l% Sale"

2v4
&

500 Smith ('Howard) Paper Mills *
Smith (L C) Ac Corona

300

MM

IX

"~X

"

reg shs

215* July

50 X

£1

2,400
Am dep rets ord
98,316 Smith (A O) Corp

1,100
5,200
26,300

:

H

IX

14$

*

...

Singer Mfg Ltd

"5",500

49

50

47

12^

Highest

X
55*
5*
255*

X

"lX "2" "'15* Sale" ""15*

%

100
Simmons Boardman Pub Co—

300

1

27

6

...

X July 26
75* July
9
)* July
6
29
July 15

"•

37 5*

Shenandoah Corp common. 1

X July
9
65^ July 16
X July
6
28
July 30

X
245* Sale

X
X
215* Sale

38

$3 Conv pref—
25
Sherwin-Williams Co com-.25

Sale Prices

7

7

15 5*

Shawlnlgan Water fit Power.*
Sheaffer (W A) Pen com
*

Lowest

Sale Prices

"25"" "29" "28X Sale"

34*
»i*

1,940 Singer Mfg Co...........100

""226

<

65*

Selfrldge Prov Stores, Ltd—
3,900
American dep rets
£1
7,500 Sentry Safety Control
*
20,900 Seton Leather com
....*

""900

•

27

Highest

Sale Prices

X
7X

AsA Bid

X

5*
13*
17*

Scranton-Sprlng Brook
Water Serv $6 pref
.....*

Lowest

Ash

July 31

July 1
Bid

2,150 Selby Shoe Co com.........*
39,300 Selected Industries..
1
6,650
$5.50 prior stock
*
Allotment certificates.....
26,955

9,300
1,950
3,400

.

Par

4,800 Securities Corp Gen'l com..*
5,400 Seeman Bros common
*
17,700 Segal Lock Ac Hardware com *

30C

•v>,

(Continued)

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

4,500 Salt Creek Consol Oil..
1
45,710 Salt Creek Producers..
10
4,900 Savoy Oil Co
5
*
9,500 Schlff Co com
3,100 Schulte Real Estate com....*
5,925 Scovllle Mfg Co
25

8.31C

PRICES IN JULY

July { 1933

Jan. 1

Shares

Low from

.

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

June

X June 13
X Jan.
2
Apr. 24
Jan.

7

NEW

AUG., 1935]

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

July

to

Jan. 1

STOCKS (Concluded.)

Par

United Chemicals Inc—

600

7,100
600

51,600
190,400
23,300
30,300
20

19,000
7,700
44,000
275

4,900
500
100

4,550
360
500

1,300

12,500
3,500
2,100
200

350
300
275

5,700
9,800

A

500

T.Iso
3,400|
1,150
10

9,600
1,200
200

1,400
12,100
5,250
100
24,000
200

13,000
800

""566

IK

Hi"

1%
8%

IK
Sale

1%
2k
13 x

5

5

v

ik

Sale
Sale
Sale

k

\ii

56 Sale

IK

1%

Sale

13

ik Sale
55%
58

w
k
IK
12% Sale
ik Sale
67

375!

36%

ik
10
Sale

83

Sale

80

Sale

1

7%

10

Sale

35%

36%

2% Sale
Sale

15

h

■

k
a

X Sale
2% Sale
ik
ik

2

..

Sale

Sale

~"% Sale

500
600

13,000
"

1~ 100
1,300
75

1

ik
8K

"2X Sale'
61

k
ik
X
10 k

4H
ik
7x
80%
39
k
X

62 h
h

IK
Sale
Sale

•

IK
19

1714

Sale
18 H

3% Sale
67% Sale
% Sale
2% Sale
1

Sale

11% Sale

1% Sale
11

14

400

16

14

28% Sale
17% Sale

Sale

Sale

25

17

18
"
27
9
15
13

July

29

2

July
11% July

20
24

3

1
2

23

%
%
2%
1 %
>3%
7

1

%
16
84

17%
%
x
Kt

July
July
July
July
July

1

%
3%

17
25
31
12
11
1

48

July

11
19

% July

19

31% July 15
18
July
9
1% July 30
% July 11
x July 10

*2% July" 19
5 53% July 22
July 11
9 102

22
25

Western Tablet 8c Stationery

15

1&

July

9

45

14

July

29

56.'

July 20
98% July 25

400

*

$6 preferred

100

24,700
700
500

300

""300
100

1,225
7% preferred
...100
92,700 W Va Coal 8c Coke com
♦
2,600 Williams (R C) 8c Co
.*
1,200 Williams Otl-O-Matic Htg...*
1,400 W11-Low Cafeterias com
1
600
Convertible preferred....*
6,800 Wilson Jones Co com.......*
100 Winnipeg Electric Co.......*

7,600

2x
25%

3,800
22,100

400,466

54,200

118,500 Yukon

4%

4
26

5

ci 74,
28%
27%
to?
7% Sale

Wrlght-Hargreaves Ltd.....*

bold

""%

1% Sale

Co........... Jl

5% Sale

27)
71

27 x
Sale

1% Sale

19

17
11

% July
July

19

July

30

1% July

31

24
Sale

42,600 Woodley Petroleum Corp
1
Wool worth (F W) Ltd—
13,400
Am dep rets ord shares..8s

7

9%

k

July
Jluy

3

Sale

4

11%

10

100 Wolverine Port Cement

"

3%
9

,

31

22
24

18

15

1

May
8
98% July 25

63

46% Mar. 14
74% Mar 16

14% June 18
7% June 27

45% July 30

15

June 11
5
Apr. 24
17% Jan.
4
4
Apr. 15
% Feb.
5
6
Jan.
3

105

3

Apr.
% Mar.
2% June
Jan.

27% May
1% July
3% June
6
May

1% July
3% June
3% Jan.

20
31
13
22

28% June 15
10
Mar. 4

Mar. 14

7% July

18

Mar.

May 16
Jan.
8
Mar.
8
13% Jan. 15
4
3% Feb.
60% Mar. 18
102
July 11

July

24

11
24
17
25

Feb.

Jan.

18

July
May
May
Jan.

?!

Jan.

July 16
1% July 31

25

24

31

31

6%
9%
1%
1%

July

23

96% July

2
48
98

7

28% July
8
July

July
July

31

% July
2% July
1% June
14% June

Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
June
Jan.

3

2% July

Feb. 11

3% July
July

Jan.
June

4% July
9% July
4
July
K July

31

21
21
9
10

69

22
20
13
17

Jan.

July 25
July 31

6

23%
16%
%
%
Ke
11%

99

5% July

1% July

Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
July

28

'"4% July 'II
27)
7)

3%
4%
%
%

11
30
16
23
19

July

3

July 31
8
5% June
18% July 29
3
1% Jan.
3
31
May
3
95
July

45% July 30

19 102

6

27
31
13
24

17

Feb.
5
June 27

Westvaco Chlorine Prod

101% July

1%
4%
2%
6%

12
7

West Texas Utilities Co—

200

10

% Feb.
1
Jan.
4
June 22
Jan.
7

Feb.
4
Mar. 25
Apr.
4
July 19
Jan. 22
Jan. 31
June 10
July 25
July 17
Jan.
8
Apr. 15
Mar. 11
Jan. 28
May 21
Mar. 13
Feb. 28
Mar. 5

26

14% July

3

18
18
15

3
May 11
1% Mar. 13
Kt Jan.
2
1% May 25
8
Jan. 16 xl2
May 14

29
12
July 25
July
July

July
9% July

25

%
43%
%

July

12

4

July
98% July

7% 1st preferred...
100
180 Western Power 7% pref...100

Sale

13

29
1
2
3
31
31
31
31
2
2

1% July

2

60%
%
1%
%
9%

54

245

14

18% July
% July
29% July
95
July
3% July
69
July
% July
2% July
1% July
12% July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

100% July

Common v t c
.....*
50 Westmoreland Coal Co....-*

18

18
10

% July
July
1% July
5% July
17
July

July

4
24

4% Jan.
3
% Mar. 5
7% Feb. 13
70
Jan.
2
36
Jan. 16
% July
3
% Jan. 17
i32 Jan.
2
% Mar. 14
10% Mar. 15
% Mar. 13
41 % Apr. r 1
% Apr.
9
30% Mar. 19
1% June 28
10
July 16

31

"r2% July'"!
51% Sale

2,500

% Mar. 11
Jan.
2
% Mar. 13
1
Feb. 19
3% Mar. 14
3
Jan.
9
Jan. 15
29

3

k July
July

6

54

% July

31

9

24
8
25
18
3
28
2
2

13% Jan.
1% June
67
July
% Feb.
38% May
3
Feb.
17
Jan.

18

Mar.

35

5
1% July
67
July 31
5
% July
9
37% July
2% July 31
15
July 31

3

Western Maryland Ry

60

•/v^?0

Apr.
Mar.

11
23
24
23

5% Jan.
1% June
7% Apr.
85
July
40% July
% Feb.
% Jan.
'32 J an.
2
Jan.

9

% Mar. 14

13% July

25
22

7% July
38% July
% June
%» Jan.
% Jan.
3% July
80
July
% July
80
July
1% July
2% July
13% July
4% July
36% Apr.

5

Mar.

July
40% July
%«July
%e July

8

19% May 28

Apr.

85

July

13

6
Sale
9%
10
X
IK

>

\
2x

c

1%
2%
13%
4%

11

Mar. 14

July
1% July
7% July

% July
25 K

%e
80

% July
2% July
1% July
5% July

X

225,410
at Worts common.........*
26,700
Preferred
.........—*
3,400 Walker Mining
1
3,500 Watson (John Warren) Co..*
94,800 Wenden Copper Mining....1
825 Western Air Express Corp..lt
19,100
Common new............1
14,160 Western Auto Supply com A •
975 Western Cartridge 6% pf.100

80

5

1

July
56
July
k July
35% July
2% July
10
July

14% Jan.

29

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2

ik Sale
9%
uk

8

July

7%
38%
%
%
%
3%

2
% July
12% July 30

27
95

Sale

27

Walker (Hiram) Gooderham

77,600
3,200

k
K
1%
64%

19

5

July 31
3
July
July 16
July 27
3
July
1
July
3
July
8
July
July 10
July 24
5
July
1
July
3
July

4

800 Venezuela Mex Oil Corp... 10

27,500 Waco Aircraft Co.....
3,900 Waltt at Bond Inc class A..*
3,200
Class B
•
3,400 Walgreen Co warrants

6

4

16

1,150 Unlversal Products Co....—*
21,300 Utah Apex Mining Co
...6
8,550 Utah Power 8c Light pref...*
115 Utlca Gas & Elec 7% pf_..100
40,800 Utility Equities com ...—
6,625
Priority Stock...
...—•
4,800 Utility Ac Ind Corp com
•
7,000
Preferred
....._.*
132,200 Utll Pow at Light com
1
19,900
7% preferred
100

g

x
2% Sale
%
IK
17

14
5

11

>(!

175,100 Venesuelan Petroleum...
2,100 Vogt Mfg Corp

18 k July

4

3,300 Universal rnsurance.. .....8
800 Universal Pictures com.....l

850

Highest
Sale Prices

77
1

United Stores Corp com ytc *
United Verde Extenslon..50c
United Wail Paper
..2
2,800 Universal Consol Oil Co..-10

200

Lowest

Sale Prices

K

% Sale
% Sale
3% Sale
76% Sale
% Sale

67% Sale
% Sale

*

v S Rubber Reclaiming

Sale

6

39|

% Sale
2
Sale

,

700
22,800
83,200
5,700

Highest
Sale Prices

34 k

32

,

'""loo

6%

5%

4,500
Common.
2,300
$3 cum partlc pref
.....*
28,300 United Corp warrants.......
30,900 United Dry Docks com......*
205,300 United Founders com...... 1
464,700 United Gas common .......1
102,600
$7 preferred
...—...»
93,200
Warrants..
.........
520 United G & E 7% pref... 100
123,200 United Lt 8c Power com A—•
21,400
Common class B..........
131,700
16 conr 1st pref
•
400 United Milk Products 00m..•
225
S3 preferred
—*
United Molasses Co Ltd—
32,800
Am dep rets for ord reg__£l
111,900 Unit Profit Sharing com
•
300
Preferred...............10
24,475 United Shoo Mach com
25
2,210
Preferred...........—--*
2,100 U S Dairy Products class B_.*
18,400 U S Klec Pow com w w...
1
2,700
Stock purchase warrants..
*1,500 U S Finishing common
..*
60,100 US Foil class B
*
22,000 U S 8c Internat Sec com
*
16,400
1st preferred with warr—•
3,600 U S Lines Inc pref.
*
4,500 U S Playing Card com
.10
800 U S Radiator common
...*
800
7% preferred...........100

1,400

Lowest

Ask
Ask Bid
18% Sale
18% Sale

Bid

12,700 United Carr Fastener com--*

1,200

1

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

July 311935

Shares

Shares

range since jan.

prices in july

Lovo from
July 1 1933

sales

aggregate

51

CURB EXCHANGE

YOEK

31

2% July

% Mar. 13

15

BONDS

5,000
779,000
125,000
174,000
274,000
493,000
138.000
15,000
166,000
2,000
8,000

Alabama Power 4Hi
707,000
1st at ref 6s

87% Sale
98% Sale
92% Sale
102% Sale
98% Sale

1967
1956

1,356,000
1,606,000
2,311,000

5s
1968
1st 5s
1946
1st at ref 5s.....
1951
1,071,066 Aluminum Co s f deb 6s_.1952
15,060
5s called
1952

2,421,066
34,066
488,066

Aluminum Ltd 5s..

107% Sale

152% Sale'

1948

Amer 8c Continental 5s..1943

1,298,000 Amer Elec Pow deb 4s... 1957

896",066

10,000
6s series A reg
...1957
8,803.000 Amer Gas at Elec deb 5s ..2028

61,000
55,000
62,000
167,000

926,066
149,660

Sale
98
Sale
91% Sale
nl03% Sale
98% Sale
107% Sale
105% Sale
102% Sale
86

Am Community Pow 5%s 1953

237,000
1

104

44,000 Abbott's Dairy 6s.......1942

2,043,006

14%

Sale

31
31

Sale

"34% Sale

Sale

34% Sale

6s ctfs of deposit......1939

1,394,000

1953
1953

5s
5s ctfs of deposit

283,066

American Power at Light

1,286,000

13,158,000

63,000
646,000
379,000
164,000
48,000
13,000
337,000
336,000

619,000
3,875,000
1,570,000
3,137,000
761,000
139,000
4,276,000

Amer Radiator deb

3,934,000

Associated Elec 4%s.....l953

240,000
1,000

65,000
1,000
937,000

104% Sale
98% Sale
97% Sale
105% Sale

Amer Seating 6s

...1936

Appalachian El Pr 5s
Appalachian Power 6s

Assoc Gas 5c Elec

4,207,000
2,000

4%s registered
68

1956
2024

4%«

1948
1968

4%» registered........1949
5%«
1977

3,269.000

Cony deb 5s..........1950

411,000 Assoc Rayon Corp 5S....1950
134,000 Assoc Telep Co Ltd 5s...1965
1,530,000 Assoc Tel & Tel 5%s A...1955




95% Sale
46
Sale

24

Sale

25

Sale

Sale

30)
23)

Sale

Sale

"26"

Sale

Sale

25)
66)

Sale

95

Sale

1948

Registered............
5H$ inv ctfs..........1938
4%s series C
1949

56.

42% Sale

1956

666,000

For footnotes see page

90% Sale
Sale
99% Sale
96% Sale
105% Sale

104%

1941

5s
Arkansas Pr at Lt 5s

22,000
615,000

938,000
2,000
215,000
668,000
62,000
18,000
212,000

84% Sale

4){s._1947

4,442,000

93",606

6s without warrants..2016

Amer Rolling Mills 5S....1948

11%
mtrntmrnum

12
9H

■

"26""

21% Sale

Sale

.....

11

25
24

38 %

Sale

76 X
34

71% Sale

Jan.

July 29
9
July
9
July
6
July
July 12
July 10
July 17
July 15
July 20
July 11
July 25
July 11

3

July 30
2
July
July 23
1
July
July 25
5
July
July 11
2
July
July 30

Jan.

Jan.

75% Sale

104% July" "§
34% July
35% July
31
July
31
July

95% July

6

Jan.

3 104% July

12

2 101% July
16 107% July

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

40

11
11

Mar. 26
Jan.

1
91._ July
84% July
3 104% July
July
1
99% July
98% July
95% July 30 99% July
105
July 19 105% July
9 110
July
108% July
107% July 25 107% July
July
94% July 26 98
July
41% July 23 53

29

29% July

104

21% July 24
24
July
3
22
July 24

25
5

Jan.

Mar.
8
8
2 105% June 26
40
July 31

8

29

May 22

50% Jan.
103% Jan.
94% Apr.
74

Jan.

101

24
23

10
17
105% July 15
102% July 20
.j* Apr. 26
102
Apr. 17
17% July 11

29
June 14
Jan.

38% July 26
35% July
9
35% July
9

1

4

July
Jan.

5
July 31

1

15

July 25

105% July

2

4 104% Mar. 26
3
90
July
9
2 101% July
9

Jan.

Mar.

34>

Amer Gas 8c Power 6s....1939

Sale

91

102%
96%
107%
105%
101%
1%
100%
14

Sale'
105% Sale
40
Sale

105

85

Jan.

5

29

Feb.

7
9

Jan.

5
99% July
2 106% May 27
June 21
17 111
4

84% Jan.
9 109
105% Feb.
3
98
73% Jan.
29% Feb. 27 53

11

13

Feb. 28

July

3

24

July

10

12

Mar. 15

3

Mar. 18

July
July

10
9

July
July
30% July

11
3
10
10
10

iw
24

6

26

June

14% Mar. 15

36

June

13
1
34k July
July
21% July 24 29% July
22% July 25 22% July
July
25
July 24 32
22% July 24 31% July
66
July 29 67% July
104
July 17 104% July
75% July
71% July

91% July

2 106
3 100

30% July

24

38% July 26
9
35% July
9
35% July

26

11
25
11
11

11

Mar.

Mar. 16

22% July 25
14% Mar. 15

lfl

Apr.

23
31

Mar.

16
3
2

Jan.

57% Jan.

July 11
July 25
32
July 11
31% July 11
75% Feb. 16
Apr. 25

S3

ri

Feb.

18

52

NEW
SALES

AGGREGATE
In

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Sinc6
Jan. 1

July

659,000

20,000

I

23.000
43,000

Low from

(Continued)

PRICES IN JULY

20

Certificates of deposit...

37

Certificates of deposit..

1943

Ask Bid
Sale

20* Sale

3-year 6% secured notes.'33
Atlas Ply wood A*

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Ask

22* Sale
22* Sale

Sale

36* Sale

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

...1944

Assoc Tel Utll »*«

EXCHANGE

CURB

July f 1933
July 311935

BONDS

1,421,000
2,066,000
142,000
272,000
288,000

1418,000

YORK

"40* Sale

47

20

20*
37
36*
79 34

July
July
July
July
July

25* July 20
25* July 20
July 10
42
July
9
80* July 23
43

14* Jan. 30
14* Jan.
20
20
78

29

Jan.

8

10
Mar. 22
Jan.

25* July 20
25* July 20
43
July 10
42
July
9
86

Jan.

22

81

Jan.

68.

Jan.

11
26

Baldwin Locomotive Works

154,000
564,000
82,000
89,000
45,000
78,000
14,000
449,000
128,000
26,000
223,000
26,000
37,000

909,000
6s with warrants
1938
2,677,000
6s without warrants...1938
810,000 Bell Tel of Canada Ss
1955
865,000
1st M 5s ser B June 1 1957
379,000
5s series C
-—1960
354,000 Bethlehem Steel 6s
.1998
236,000 Binghamton L H & P 5s..1946
2,478,000 Birmingham Elec 4*s...l968
645,000 Birmingham Gas 5s.....1959

90,000
197,000
27,000
480,000
38,000
149,000
17,000
10,000

1,055,000
1,736,000
334,000
4,787,000
389,000
1,556,000
89,000
80,000

542,000
180,000
281,000
108,000
267,000
101,000

3,441,000 Cent 111 Pub Serv 4*« F.1967
1,145,000
5s series E
1956
1,477,000
5s Series G
........1968

94,000
201,000
585,000
617,000

1,441,000
495,000

336,000

151,000
735,000
117,000
178,000

645,000
1,621,000
627,000
761,000
1,273,000
5,343,000
3,335,000
6,603,000
3,039,000

138,000
1,004,000
745,000
387,000
139,000
1,208,000
6,000

4,433,000

24,890,000

401",666

2,213,000
1,078,000

1.208,666
44i"666
78,000
48,000
90,000

Broad River Power 5s A..1954

119* Sale"
136

Sale

87

Sale

75* Sale
91

Sale

Sale

Buffalo Gen Elec 5s.....1956

„

3
23
3

107'

101* Sale

101* July

111

1 111* July
109* July
2 100 * July
July
8
96* July 26 98* July
2
2 112* July 24
111* July
103 * July
9 105* July 18
42* July 15 43* July 15
107
July 31 108* July 31

Sale

98

Sale

103* Sale

97* Sale
112* Sale
105* Sale

Central German Pow 6s..1934

107
90

Sale

Sale

91 *

Sale
97* Sale

Sale

45* Sale
66* Sale

105* Sale

103* Sale

103* July 31 105* July

109*
100*
76*

4H* series H..........1981

101* Sale

101

Sale

100*
104*
§4"" Sale" 97*
82* Sale
87*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Central Pow 8c Lt 5s..... 1956

79

Sale

84

Cent States Elec 5s..

40* Sale
40* Sale

44

Sale
Sale

Cent Ohio Lt 8c Pr 5s A.. 1950
D..1957

.1948

ff*s without warrants. 1954
Cent States Pr 8c Lt 5*a_1953

65

Union Stock Yards 5s._1940

Chic Pneum Tool 5*s
1943
Chic Rys 5s ctfs of dep..1937

Sale
Sale

Sale

78

Sale

52

Sale

54* Sale

51

Sale

Cincinnati Street Ry 534*1952
60 series B............1955

1966

Registered......
5s..........1950

Registered..........
Cities Service Gas 534s.. 1942
Cities Serv Gas Pipe L 6a. 1943

5s

1939

28*

IF
"2734

52* Sale

56*

Sale*

Sale

91*

Sale'

87]
98]

Sale

100

Sale

110

July
July
July
July
84
July
51* July
51
July
52* July

109*

Jan.

11

103

July

8
12

49* Sale

102*

103* Sale

105* Sale

Sale

429,000
Bank 534*
..1937
655,000 Commonw Edison
434*—1957
700,000
5s series A............1953
556,000
5s series B
...1954
746.000
434* series C
1956
682,000
434* series £.......... 1960

121,000

77,000
120,000
11,000
830,000

106,000
405,000
463,000
1,000
14,000
9,000
53,000
58.000
2,000

11,000

7,982,000
1,000
1,345,000
3,201,000
2,699,000
28,000
130,000
103,000
224,000
742,000
42,000
101.000

40* Sale
110* Sale
112* Sale*
Sale
112* Sale 112
110

4s series P............1981

Sale

103* Sale

110

1981
1962
Com'w'lth Subsid 534* A. 1948
Community Pow Jt Lt 5s. 1957
Conn Ltg 8c Pow 7s A..

9234
54

101

33*

1951

1

285,000
424,000

49,000

51

July
112* July

109* July

165"" Jul'y"

4,000
163,000

509,000
1,206,000
22,000
1,069,000

534 series B
1954
434* series C..—-.1956
5s series D
....1962
Conn River Power 5s....1952

Sale

65* Sale

101* Sale
71* Sale

104

Consol Gas of Bait 5s.... 1939

434

.1954

s

98*

434* series H
1st ref

s

Sale

102

87*

106~"

Sale

120*

Sale" 121"" Sale"

104* Sale

103

99*

.—..1970
1981

f 4s

106* Sale

III * Sale"

1943

634* with warrants..

13*

Sale

1st Ac coll 6s ser %..... 1943
Consol Publishers—

734%

109

Sale

445,000 Cosgrove Meehan 634*—1945
656,000 Crane Co 5s
1940

1,401,000

106* July 12111
107
July 19112

Sale

26

233,000
1,049,000 Derby Gas Ac Elec 5s.... ..1946
2,725,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B_. ..1950

1,436,000

103* Sale

101

102

Sale

6s series A........... ..1947

107*
101*
108*

Sale
Sale
Sale

94,000

1,176,000

Ctfs of deposit.....
Dixie Gulf Gas 634s..... .1937

157,000 Duke Power Co 4 *•>•»,

Elec Pow At Lt 5s..

....

2030

239,000 Elmira Wat Lt At RR is.. 1956
611,000 El Paso Elec 5s A
1950
160,000 El Paso Nat Gas
634* w wl943
50,000
434S
1938
1.263,000 Empire Dlst Elec 5s
1952

2,555,000 Empire Oil
41,000
223,000

At Refining 5 34s* 42
Ercole Marelll Elec Mfg

2

July 11

55,000

220,000
366,000

103

Sale

379,000

•

Lighting5s

103* Sale

July
July

105*
87*
65*

Feb.

Feb. 27
Mar. 19
Mar. 7

29

Sale

set page

50.

July 26
July 23
July
8
July
1
59* July 10
58
51

Feb. 28
Feb. 28

52

Jan.

92* July

2

•

96*

Sale"

98

Sale

103* Sale

102

Sale

July

5

Apr.

6

July
July
July
July

5
3
1
1

27!

Feb.

28

Jan.

,!i*

11

17

Jan.

Jan.

July

103

Sale

2 113* July 23
4 113
July
2
2 111
July 15
18 106* Mar. 29

M

July

8 112

106* July 12 111
106* Jan. 29 112

Mar. 27

97

1 102

Mar. 29

"57*

Sale

SSH

Apr. 22
Jan.

4

July

10

Mar. 20

July
July
June

17
29
4

30

15

Mar. 27 107* Feb.

8

8 104* May

6

Mar. 16
18 110* Mar. 22
Mar. 26
22 109

7 107

Jan.
Jan.

5 103
8 110
12
98*
2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

10
11
15

Jan.
Jan.

99

14
July
8
71* July 19
July 25
103
July 17
103
July 15
100
July 16
94
July 15
71
July 10

July
July
July

2
27
17

Feb.

25

Feb. 20

2

18
22
24
24
* Mar. 27
L01* Jan.
2 103* May 15
105
Jan. 18 108* Mar. 25
3
2

July 15
July 18 103 * July
1
107* July 26 108
July 10

57* July

June 10
4

Jan.

Jan.

102

July

Apr.
9
July 12

Jan.

May 21

Mar. 12 104

,„* July 15

1 * July

20

31
30

29 109* Mar.

Apr. 22 106*
July 18 104
76*
Jan. 15
Jan.
2
17*
Jan.
3 104

Apr.

2

83

Jan.

Jan.

2

10

22* May 11
July 31

4* Jan.
51

Apr.
Apr.

46

Jan.

8 110

July
May 16 109* Jan.
Jan. 28 106* June
May
Jan.
4 113
July
Jan. 10 122
Jan.

108* July
108
July
103
July
110
July
98* July
99
July
103* July
4
July
4
July

102* July

7
Mar. 12

Jan.
2 105
July 31
Apr. 17
Apr. 17 101
Jan. 23
July
9 109
Jan. 16 102* July
6
July 29
Mar. 15
June 27
Jan. 14

107* July
107* July
July
July
July
July
July
3* July
2 * July

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

16* Jan.
71* July
July
103* June

10
June
33* Feb.

30
19

101
91

Jan.

54

June 22

100* June 11
94* July 15
71
July 10

90* Jan.
67

25
24

104

101

July

5

Feb.

Feb.

94

5

Feb.

47

Jan.

July

July 29

July

4 110* July

Jan.

106

69* Sale

5

37* Apr. 20

Jan.

July 25

20* July 31
83
July 31

12
12
26

July 26
July 12 114
July 30 106

102* July
76 * July
12* July
104
July
102
July
83* July
44
July
104
July
105
July
104* July

41* July 11

1933

June 21

87
26 i

July 10
July 12

5

90

14 100* July
Jan.
Jan. 26
87
51
Feb. 28
July

105]
108;
102!

6

3 110* May 28
2 102
July 18
June
80
4

7
14

58

101* July
69
July
12* July
103* July
100* July
81* July
43
July
103* July
103* July
103* July

88

.......1967

2,378,000 Federal Water Serv 5*».19S4

Jan.

12

105* Sale' 105* July 25 106* July

1965

Be. Co Ss.1942
Nat Mtg Inst 7s .1963

Jan.
Jan.

66

30!
32!
29!

97
July
109* July

100

Without warrants.........
7s Series C

23.000 Federal Sugar Ref 6s




1
2

12
July
58* July
July
102* Sale l03
Sale' 101* July
al02* Sale
101 * July
100
Sale
100
July
89* Sale
93* Sale
89* July
67
Sale
67* Sale
66
July

59* Sale

1947

989,000 Fairbanks Mors*

For footnotes

102

"4"" Sale"

European Mtge Ac Inv

85.000
2,000
1,000

92* Jan.

69*

63.
84!

634* with warrants....1953
Erie

European Elec 634*

41,000

103* Sale
103* Sale
103* Sale

.1967

46,000 Eastern Utll Invest As A 1954

10,598,000

15,000

Sale

45*
46

Jan.

"96* Sale"

191,000 Detroit Int Bdge 634s.. ..1952
167,000
Ctfs of deposit.....
193,000
25-yr s f deb 7s....... .1952
,

7.000
942,000
40,000
87,000
17,000
2,000
234.000
308,000

103* Sale

6s series A........... .1949

Delaware Elec Pow 534 s. ,.1959
Denver Gas 8c Elec 5s... .1949

July

108

Mar.

25* Mar.
48* Jan.

105 * July

75* Sale

Dallas P 8c L 5s series C. -1952

614,000 Dayton P 8c L 1st Ac ref 5s '41

1,265,000

"8~66o

Sale"

Sale

Sale

103* Sale
104* Sale

108,000
274,000

34,000

108*

81* Sale

454,000
5s
1946
903,000 Cumberland Co P Ac L 434* '56

9,000

69,000
13,000

..1940

102
69

785,000 Cudahy Pack deb 534*.—1937

9,000

35,000
108,000
172,000
29,000
202,000
359,000
164,000

Crucible Steel 5s

13 * July
68
96

108

205,000 Cuban Telephone 734s—1941
34,000 Cuban Tobacco 5s
1944

.

20* Sale
81* Sale

1939

stamped

Consumers Power 434s.. 1958

434s registered......
1958
667,000
1st 8c ref 5s
....1936
15,949,000 Continental G 8c El 5s ...1958

23,000
5,000
101.000
50,000
83,000

§?*
84

July
100* July
July
65* July
July
122* July
July
107* July
July
109
1 110
July
July
106* July 20 108* July
104* July 31 106
July
113
July 17113
July
1 122
120* July
July 30
_

109

1,000

90,000
1,909,000
29,000
87,000
153,000

98*

Jan.

105*
102*
72*
122*
8107*

Consol Gas Utilities—

59,000
150,000

Jan.

59

59* Jan.

40* July
110* July
113* July
113
July
111
July
102* July
105
July

112

101* July
103* July

Consol GE LAP Bali—

207,000

36
July
109* July

Sale

112

2

105*

Jan.

72

92|f"iuTy*12

July
1 51 *
105* July 26 106*
108* July 12 109
102* July 30 103*

104* Sale

105* Sale

2 105* July

92

102

4s series F reg

534* series G

9
16
14
9
1
15
18
19
31
5

99

95* Jan.

59* July 10

46

102

10134

97

Jan.

67* Jan.

July 18
July
5
87* July 26
90
July 23
58
July
8
51
July
1

45* July

50

Sale

Mar. 28

July
July
May
July
May
Apr.
July
July
July
July
July
July

36]

46* Sale

46* Sale
106
109

109

Apr

92

101

2634
Sale

39

75

78

1
1 100* July

89

106

Jan.
76* Jan.

Commerx und Privet

12,000
108,000

112* Jan.

101 * May 20
100
May
6
112
May
4
105
July 18
44
June
4

67

102

86* July
98* July

28

8
16

£*
I

109*
100*
76*
79*

Jan.

91* July 23
110
May 24

27

2
89* July
92* July
96* July 23
99* July
1
95* July
97* July
1
88* July
92* July
100
July 31 101* July
103
2 105
July
July
1
93* July
98* July
1
82* July
July
79
1
July
July
39* July
1
July
1
40* July
July
65
1
July
69* July

98* Sale
95* Sale
88* Sale

Cent Maine Pow 4 *a B..1957
5s series D............1955

Cities Service 5s.

109

100

Cent Illinois Light 5s....1943

ser

1 103

115* Apr. 26
118* Apr. 26
120
July 29
138
July
5
107
July 18
91* June 25
78
May 27

5
18
9
10

107* Sale

Cedar Rap Mfg 8e Pow 5s. 1953
Cent Arizona L 8c P 5s... 1960

deb

July

26
26
3
27
29

10131 Sale
109* Sale

Capital Admin 5s A x w—1953
Carolina Pr 8c Lt 5s
1956

Conv

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1939

Canadian Pacific Ry 6s.. 1942

Central Power 5s

40
July 12 61*
6
38* July
58*
112* July 16 114
116* July 18 117*
9 120
117* July
135
July 30 138
106* July 12 107
8634 July 31
5
72* July
76*
2 107*
107* July
85
5
July
91*
105* July 10 107*
106* July 24 107*

1953

1st Ac ref 5s

Canada Nor Power 5s

1,000
6s registered........
1943
6,034,000 Cities Service P 8c L 534«-1953
3,000
534% registered
1952
2,777,000
534* gold deb
1949
447,000 CI eve Elec Ilium 5s.
1954
271,000
5s series B
1961

1,018,000

Sale

113* Sale

Boston Con sol Gas 5s—1947

,

10,000

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

89* Sale
73* Sale

Chicago Dlst El Generating
3,545,000
4*s series A...
1970
Chicago Junction Rys 8t

42,000
129,000
103,000
136,000
29,000
218,000
1,000

265,000

Sale

39*
113*
117*
118*
136*

Jan.
Jan.

100

Jan*

69
Jan. 24
3
3 106* July

85

Jan.

4

58* June 21
3

2

45* July 27

3 104
July 10
11 46
July 11
17
1* July 17
1 66* July 29

34* Apr. 10

98

Apr. 25

55* Jan. 14

96* Jan.

July

10

46

Jan.

17

31* Jan.

May 30
July 29

5 104
July 11 55!
2]
,1* Feb. 28
7

66]

AUG., 1935]

NEW

p.'!

,

AGGREGATE
In

July

SALES

NEW YORK

July 1
*

CURB EXCHANGE

PRICES IN JULY

Florida Pow Corp

5^iA

1979

Florida Power At Lt 5s...1954

86
85
89
48 £

44*

July 31

July 1

Ask Bid

Bid

Finland Residential Mtge
6s stamped....
...196!

1

.

(Continued)

Firestone Cotton Mills 5s. 1948
Firestone T & R Cal 5s..l942

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1933

ta

July 311935

372,000
926,000
891,000
1,773,000
8,077,000

53

EXCHANGE

Low from
„

Since
Jan. 1

BONDS

36,000
105,000
120,000
356,000
1,234,000

CURB

YORK

99
Sale
103* Sale
103* Sale
93
Sale
85
Sale

Lowest

Ask

99
104

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

99

July

99* July

Sale

102* July

104* Sale

"03* July
93
July
85
July

104* July
104* July
97
July
91* July

95

Sale

89* Sale

Lowest
■

5
20
26
11
10

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

98* Mar. 18 100
Apr. 10
102* June 21 105* Mar. 20
103
Apr. 23 105* Mar. 18
76
Jan.
2
97
July 11
68* Jan.
4 91* July 10

Gary Elec Ac Gas—

260,000
601,000
66,000
77,000
19,000
23,000
757,000
14,000

869,000
948,000
331,000
97,000
2.602,000
72,000

51,000
15,000

881,000
797,000

1,175,000

5s ext stamped

...1941

6s series B

82* Sale
88* Sale

67* Sale

P

75* Sale

59*

Power 5s......1956

Gen Bronze

Sale

82* Sale

.....1944
1941

5,406,000 Gatlneau

88

60

deb 6s. 1940

Sale

54

Gen Rayon Ltd 6s A. ....1948

93

55

Gen Pub Serv Co 5s... ..1953
Gen Pub Utilities 6*a A. 1956

36

conv

80* July
87 * July
72* July
72
July
90* July
89* July
67* July
55
July

87

5
10
-

July
8
89* July 20
76* July 20
76* July 20
93
July 29
94
July 17
75* July 31
67* July
*"

63* Jan. 16
79* Apr.
3
60
Apr.
3
59* Apr.
3
81* Mar. 29
74

Mar. 25

51* Jan. 23
55
July 23

87

July
99* Jan.
99* Jan.
98* Jan.
94

Jan.

94
July 17
75* July 31
67 * July
5

General Refractories—

18,000
32,000

241,000
1,576,000
188,000

6s with warrants......1938

85

217,000
Ctfs of deposit.........
119,000
1,402,000 Gen Wat Wks 5c El 5s A..1943
6,254,000 Georgia Power ref 5s
1967
1,296,000 Georgia Pow Ac Lt 5s
1978

102

Sale
Sale

74

Sale

159

90

6s without warrants...1938

Gen Vending Corp—
6s with warr Aug 15... 1937

£

157* July
102

1 162
1 102

12

2
2

38*
5454

July

July

2

145

July

1

100

40

98* Sale
76
Sale

30

35

Sale

87*

Sale

91

Sale

86

Sale

103
92

Sale
Sale

92*

Sale"

41

Sale

15

July 16

9

82* Sale
96* Sale
74* Sale

15

74

84

July
July
July

July
July
July
95* July
73* July

4
4

Mar. 12 164* May 28
5 102* Feb. 15

Mar.

Jan. 18
Jan. 16

15

July
July
July
July
July

15

18
19

56* Jan.

2

3
8

81* Jan.
56* Jan.

2 100
2 80

32* July 30 35* July
1
102* July
6 103* July
3
87* July
2 91
July 31

102* July
84* Jan.

100
80

July

84

16
18
19
3
8

Gesfuerel—

31,000
45,000
676,000

6s without warrants.__1953
127,000
377,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s. 1940

4,682.000

93

Glen Alden Coal 4s
1965
Gobel (Adolf) 6*a aer A. 1935
With warrants..

63

Grand Trunk Ry 6HS...1936
Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950

98 X
63

140,000
55,000
131,000
10,000
19,000
29,000
48,000

3.249.000

61,000
100,000
151,000
83,000

335,000
885,000
2,199,000
586.000

5s series A..
..1948
Gulf Oil of Pa s f deb 5s.. 1947

24

Gulf States Utll 5s

62

4*a eerlee B..........1961

55

1,000
5,000
250,000
2,000
5,000
151,000
108,000
35,000
132,000
28,000
27,000
68,000
441,000

26,000
206,000
835,000
36,000
148,000
449,000
389,000
922,000
1,269,000
472,000
382,000
791,000

Hackensack Water 5« A..1977

98

546,000
870,000
20,000
163,000
251,000
663,000

...

4s registered

69

1950

Great North Pow Ssstpd 1950
Gt West Power Calif 5s.. 1946

Guantanamo Ac W Ry 6S.1958

102*
93 Hi
10

80
July
102* July
91* July
86
July
107* July
107* July
38
July

70
102*
86*
84*
102*

Apr.
July
May
June
Feb.

107

87* July
103* July
93* July
86
July
108
July
108* July
41
July

56* Jan. 16
6 105* Feb.
1
9
92
Mar.
4

31* May 17

Jan.

93* Feb.
105* Jan.
93 * July
86
July
108
July
52

17* Jan.

Guardian Investors Corp—

•

1956

5s

1938

Hall Printing 6s A stpd

101

U............-___-___1943
Houston Lt Ac Pr 5s A...1953

27,000
198,000
59,000
204,000
242,000
493,000

438,000 Idaho Power Co 5s....„..1947
814,000 Illinois Central RR 6s...1937
282,000 Illinois Nor Util 5s
...1957

6s series B............1949

93,000
440,000
3,000
63,000
15,000
17,000

1,547,000
2,404,000
4,241,000
3,000
4,927,000
3,000
603,000
387,000
1,522,000
17,000
436,000
175,000
356,000

Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A. 1958
Indiana At Mich El 5s
1957
1st At ref 5s
1955

234,000

1,421,000

Indiana Service 5S.......1950

96",000

Illinois Pow At L 5 Ms

1957

5 *a series "B"
1954
6s series A
.........1953
68 series A reg.........1953
5s series C............1956

5s series C registered..1956
Indiana Elec Corp6s A.. 1947

6His series B

1953

5s series C...

...1951

Indiana Gen Service 5s..1948

5s registered
2,000
.......1950
1st Hen Ac ref 5s
1963
1,087,000
956,000 Indianapolis Gas 5s A...1952

3,442,000 Ind'poUsP Ac L 5s
1,000

5s series A

Sale

65

Oct 15 1936
Houston Gulf Gas 4*a..l943

Falls 1st Ac ref 5s......1950
41,000
Ref At Improvement 5s. 1951
26,000
633,000 Hygrade Food 6s ser A -.1949

283,000
305,000

~

102

7,000
5,000
36,000
1,000

139", 000

Sale

28
65

'

473",666

68*

37

-

ser

A..1957

28*
n*

99
102

Sale
Sale
Sale

106

Sale

80

100 *

100* Sale

86

32
46

Sale

106
July
110* July
60
July
40
July
31
July
161"" Sale" 100
July
100
July
97
Sale
94
July
103* Sale 101* July
105* July
103* Sale" 103* July
104* July
100* July

"69* Sale"

1

«

I

1

•

•

It

58
108

1

1

1

1

«

I

66* Sale
Sale

86

"

Sale

Sale

Sale'

48

96* Sale

98*

42*

88*

91* Sale

Sale

July
July

17
18

31 106
July
20 m* July

31

9

73

11

40

30

31*

17 103
23 101*
16
5

99

103*

9 106
31 104*
29 105*
5 102

11

July 20
July 11
2
July
2
July
8
July
1
July
July 30
1
July
July 23
6
July
July 10

113* July 25 114
July
107* July 15 107* July
Sale" 57
July
8 59* July
1
Sale
58
July 31 58
July 31

Sale"

92

July 11
July
2

1

Sale

106*
81*

38* July
2 41*
106* July
1 107
104
July
1 105*
100
July 31 102*

Sale

"59* Sale" "58""

60
82

100

1

44

loo*
m

106* Sale
104* Sale

106

1936

Hamburg Elec Co 7s
Hamburg El Ac Und Ry 5*a'38

4*a series D
1978
4His seriee R..........1981
1,030,000 Hud Bay Min 8c Smelt 6s.1935
4,000 Hungarian Ital Bank/7 *s '63
Hydraulic Power of Niagara

113,000

!£*
60

106* Sale
104* Sale
100* Sale

1947
.1935

Hood Rubber 7s

5*a

97

107* July
66* July
106* July
81* July
92
July
96* July
88* July

94

July

Mar. 12
41 * July
Apr. 15 107* Jan.
94* Jan.
2 105* July
87* Jan. 10 102 * July
25

II
45
93
44

73

Sale

Sale"

'81* Sale"

SH Sale

88

58

Sale

59* Sale

Sale

60* Sale
103* Sale
104* Sale

"

Sale

70

23*

2§""
68
73

83

94

July
85
July
73
July
107* July
85
July
111* July
104* July
57
July

95*
83*
107*
91
112

106

65*

37

June

May

87

Jan.

103

84

Jan.

101* July

76
93

Mar.

99* June 21
103* July 30

Sale

104*

Sale

55* July
July
104* July

104

85,000

Deb 6s without warr...1948

273,000 Int Pow Sec 6*a series C.1955
7s series B
1957
370,000
7s series E registered.. 1957
1,000
78 series F
1952
220,000
311,000 International Salt 5s....1951
1947
1,270,000 Internat Securities 5s
695,000 Interstate Iron Ac St'l 5*a '46
InterstateNat Gas 6s

848,000
362,000

20,000
7,276,000
2,449.000

Without

75

Sale

"ed""
83*
43

83*

Sale

53*

99

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

35* Jan.
80

Jan.

97* Jan.

10,000
158,000
142,000
25,000
27,000
303,000
32,000

1,212,000
2,211,000

37

26*

77*
58*

Sale
Sale

82* Sale
62* Sale

77* July
58
July

1
1

83* July 30
63* July
9

1956

5s series D

41
42

65*

Sale

76* Sale
70* Sale

71* July
65* July

2
1

79* July 19
76* July 19

4*a series F
..1958
Investment Co of Amer—

5s series A with warr.. 1947
102,000
Without warrants..
312,000
2,088,000 Iowa-Nebraska L Ac P 5S..1957
5s Series B_........... 1961
608,000
531,000 Iowa Pow Ac Lt 4*a A...1958
1957
1,624,000 Iowa Pub Serv 5s
268,000 Isarco Hydro-El 7s.......1952
Isotta

6,000

58,000

July
1
60
July 27
67* July
5
107* July
8
88
July
8
99* July 25

1952

6s

Interstate PubUc Service

194,000
339,000

July 26
July
3

103

Interstate Power 5s.....l957

Fraschlnl 7s......1942

67

100

Sale

67
56

99*
102*

Sale
Sale

fi*
II*

98*

Sale

100

102* Sale
102* Sale

166* Sale'
51

Sale

July
99* July
102* July
102
July
105
July
98* July
51
July

9

Jan.

5

May 29
7
May
9
July 31
July 15
July 17
Jan.

ijp

2
3
86
4 95*
5 100
14
3 94
30 74

Mar. 11

July

18

Jan.

30

July
July
July

27
26
25

M
Mar. 29
m July 10

75

1936

warrants....

Debenture

Sale

58
60

3
73

55

64
Jan.
3
94
July 27
68
Jan. \2
July 26
60
Jan.
2
July 25
July 24 107* Jan. 29
2
July i°: 62* Jan.
9 112
July 19 107* Jan.
99
Jan.
9 106
July 15
July 22
36* Jan. 15 65*

July
July
105* July

2* July
58
July
60
July
60
July
60
July
107* July
83* July
97* July

2
8

105* Mar. 1
106* Mar. 25
107* Apr. 25

Mar. 26

69*
75*
91*
66*

101

1*

Mar.

14

Ill* Jan. 19 114
July
9
105* Feb.
7 107* June 14
47
Apr.
1
64* Jan.
2
53
Apr. 27
May 31 63

Mar.

(ntercontinents Power Co-

5,000
24,000
62,000
1,000
16,000
42,000
178,000
106,000

107

Jan.

57

104

registered.. 1957

Jan.

100* July
53* Feb.

60

65

100

41* Feb.
July

104* Apr.
102* Feb.

40

58*
100

11
4
17
18

31

74

93*

9
11

106* Feb. 20
HI* July 11
77* Apr. 10
Feb,
8
51

105
Apr.
108* Jan.
60
July

102* Jan.

18

10
3

May 22

105

105* Jan. 15 109

108* July
69
July
106* July
86
July
95* July
100
July
1

S

18
22

100* July
100* July

103* July
July
106
July
100* July
63
July

8
3
10
16
27
31
3

103

July
May
July
11
45
Apr.
4
65
July
4 104
July
2 105* July
25 101
Mar.

1* Mar.
58

60
60

July
July
July

60

Mar.

19
24
22
20
22
24
11
25

Mar. 23
24
Feb.
5

77* Jan.

#«

July 27
5
80* Feb.
Apr. 25
88
July
8
99* May 24

104* Apr.
68* Jan.
89
Apr.

108

104* May 21 105* Jan. 18
57
Jan.
2
83* July 30
38'
Jan.
2
63* July
9
Jan.

2

47* Jan.

52

2

92

Jan.

91
88
86

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

100

Jan.

79* July
76* July

19
19

100*
100*
103*
103*

July
8
July
3
May
7
May
6
106
July 27
100* July 31
83* Apr. 29

82* Jan.
July

51

Without warrants.........

72

72

July

25

87* July

5

72

July 25

95

June

8

241,000

Italian Superpower 6s...1963
Without warrants
915,000

45

55

Sale

48

Sale

45

July

11

55* July

2

45

July 11

66* Feb.

5

69,000
15,000
83,000
971,000
19,000

263,000 JacksonvilleGas 5s stmpdl942
91,000 Jamaica Wat Sup 5*a A.1955
1,091,000 Jersey Cent P Ac L 5s B...1947
5,469,000
4H* series C
1961
177,000 Jones Ac Laughlln Steel 5s '39

48

51

Sale

53

Sale

51

July
July
July
July
July

1
8
1
1
2

54* July
107* July
105* July
105
July
107* July

70,000
119,000
58,000
17,000
241,000
266,000
85,000
66,000
23,000
137,000
67,000
46,000

580,000 Kansas Gas At Elec 6s
2622
1,103,000 Kansas Power 5s A
...1947
570,000 Kansas Pow At Lt 5s B...1957
6s series A............1955
173,000
2,147,000 Kentucky Utilities 5s
1969
5s
1,629,000
1961
1,168,000
6His series D_...
1948

148,000

437.006

.....

425,000
5*a series P
406,000 Klmberly Clark 5s A..

1955
...

77
70
102

61*
55
70

Sale
Sale

111*
96*

Sale
Sale

113* Sale

106* Sale

105* Sale

55
50

~89

89* Sale

Sale

89

102

Sale

99* Sale

610,000 Laclede Gas Light 5HS..193S
7,000 Larutan Gas Corp 6HS..1935

50

71* Sale

91
54

105* Sale

59,000

For footnotes

see

without

page

56*




warrants.

....

.

Sale

l03* Sale"

1943

2026

Sale

Sale'

72
76
85

Secur 6s

96

90

1,306,000 Koppers Gas At C deb 5s.1947
871,000
Deb5Hs
1950
442,000 Krestfe (S S) Co 5s c o d_.1945

4,757,000 Lehigh Pow

104* Sale
104* Sale

106*
104*
103*
106*
111

96

251

103*

Sale

103

Sale

104* Sale

81

Sale

July
July
July
107
July
92
July
91* July
105
July
98
July
104
July
104* July
July
July

90

July
July
July
99* July
92* July
103
July
103
July
104
July
102* July
89

100
105

69
102

Sale"

104*
36

July"
July

107* July "24
18

36* July

Mar.
92
July
91* July
105
July
98
July
104
July
104* June
105* June
103* Feb.

Feb.

100* Jan.

83* July 19

July

July
98* July
July

Jan.
Jan.

66* Apr.

2

Jan.

91* Jan.

32'

Feb.

7

Mar. 21

July6
July 13
July
3

107

101* Feb,
103

June

115

Jan.
Jan.

62* Jan.
62* Jan.
73
Jan.

100

107*

Jan.

77* Jan.

,8§*

107

89

71

May
9
57
105* Apr. 26 108
101* Jan. 12 105*
93* Jan.
2 105
106* Jan.
4 107*

115

July
July

104* July
105

w

Leonard Tlets Inc 7*a_.I946

7,000

104*
103*

48

10
10
8
6

2
6
2
2
29
12

28

25

1
83* July 19
18 101
Mar. 12
June 22
2 108
2

40* Feb.

16

NEW

54
SALES

AGGREGATE

YORK

Jan.

July

July 31 1935
BONDS (Continued)

226,000
5,000

818,000 Manitoba Power S%8.—-1951
9,000 Mansfield M & S 7s__
1941
1,000
7s Ex-warrants
—1941
1,343,000 Mass Gas Co 5Hit..
1946
2,072,000
5".
1955

..

-

359,000

„

McCord Rad & Mfg 6s
1943
Memphis P & L 5eaer A..1948
Met Edison 4s series E—1971
Jat mtge 5s aeries F--1962
Middle Sta Petrol 6 %s A. 1945

1,088,000
1,834,000
721,000
200,000

213,000
157,000
99,000
257,000
162,000
610,000
274,000
323,000
627,000
an
32,000
40,000
26,000
39,000
294,000

668,000
683,000
808 ,000
742,000
449,000
7o5,000
2,297,000
•2.417,000
1,418,000
2,230,000
3,511,000
nf.n

nnn

252,000

1932
5a ctfs of dep......—1933
5s ctfs of dep
1934
5a ctfs of dep........-1935
Midland Valley RR 5s.—1943
Milwaukee G L 4His
1967
Minneapolis Gas Lt 4 %s. 1950
Minn Pow & Lt 4%s
1978

Missouri P Ac L 5%s A

121,000
227,000
29,000
51,000
28,000
39,000
42,000
160,000
85,000
120,000
1,000
31,000
•

'

7,000
94,000

115,666
26,000
96,000

-7/1

nnn

74,000

5S aeries

196,000
107,000
53,000
28,000
4,000
5,000

B.—1970

106

Sale

81

oil?'RRR

Nassau Ac Suffolk Ltg 5s. 1945

2.264,000 Nat Pow Ac Lt 6a''A"—2026
4420.000
Deb 5s series B.. ——2030

3.150.RRR

Nat pUb Serv 5a C O D...1978
393,000 Nebraska Power 6s
2022
502,000
4^8
1981

Rio'RRR
3.078.R00
0

406,000

Nelaner Bros Realty 6s..1948
Nevada Calif Elec 5s.....1956
New Amsterdam

4,000

5s registered

75

Sale

108 %

104%

Sale
Sale

80

105

95%
100

85% Sale
87% Sale

Sale

107% Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale

89% Sale
91% Sale

101% July

107% Sale"

99% July
107% July

Sale
107%

Sale

49

Sale

97

Sale

86

■

8%

Sale

Sale

1948

704,000 Nor Ohio P Ac L 5%s

351,000

Jail.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

18

Feb.

11

Jan.
Jan.

3

107

:

7
8

19

10

94%
79%
88%
62%
72

Jan.

3
2

Jan.

17

July 12
July 15
July 19
July 23
6
July

94

Mar.

94

Mar.

104% July 18
87% July 24

86

23
19

10

93% July 29
103%
102%
108%
107%
57%

107

5

Jan.

3

10% May 13
10% May 13
10% May 13
May 11
82
July 11
108% Jan.
9
105
July
5
96% July 23
101% July 19
91% July 10
93% July 29
.

103%
102%
108%
107%
58

July
July
May
July
Feb.

4 104% July
57% Jan. 19 87% July
104% Mar. 6 107% Jan.
105% Mar. 5 108% Apr.
Jan.

12
15
28
23
21

18
24

97% June 11
24

102% July
107% July
111% July
104
July
108
July
109
July

July
July
July
July
July
98
July
98
July
91% July
106 % July
105% July

89% July 30
82%
101% July 11 100%
75 4 July 31
44%
44
July
9
20%
2
106% July
99%
5
100% July
77
101
July
5
3
95% July
107
July 31
9
107% July

July 31
July
9
Mar. 25 44
7 106% June 29
Jan.
4 100% July
Jan.
5
15 101
5
July
3
15
95% July

July
103% July
92
July
91% July
32
July
32% July
94
July

104

Jan.

July
July
July
July
July
July
106
July
104% July
102% July
76
July
38
July
84
July

105% July
106% July
107
July
106
July
110% July
104% July
106% July
105% July
103% July
81
July
38
July
87
July

105% Sale
106% Sale

105% July
106% July

July
3 106
11 107% July

105
64

Sale

Sale

78% Sale
65% Sale
62% Sale

105%
101%

58

Sale

Sale
Sale

105%
101%

Sale
Sale

63%

Sale

75

35

Sale

41% Sale

100%
100%
95%

Sale
Sale
Sale

94

107%

Sale"

98

Sale

Sale

98% Sale
Sale

106% Sale

1951

Nor Ohio Trac Ac Lt 5a... 1956

5

Jan.

5

Jan.

84% Sale

1959

Nor Indiana G Ac E 6s.—1952
Nor Ind Pub Serv 5s
1966
5S series D
1969
2,306,000
4^8 E
1970

11
1

66

Jan.

Sale

Niagara Falls Power 6S..1950

591,000 Nor Cont Utll 5 %■ A..-

31

2
June 27

July 25
June 21
2 103
July 18
2 107% July 30
3
88% July 27

Jan.

100% Jan.

4%
4%
4%
62%

Jan.

90

Sale

102

Sale
Sale

363,000
5^8
1962
39,000 N Y Ac Westchester Ltg 5s '54
332,000
4a
2004

4R3-RRR
i'RR?'RRR
2,344,RR0

31

23

June 21

92% July

Sale

110%

100%
76%

N Y Ac Foreign Invest

,

July
July
July
July
108% July
105
July
96% July
101% July
91% July

31

10
10
82

8

July

92% July
106% July
105% July
100% July
107% July
111% July
102% July
107
July
108% July

115

109% Sale

Sale

129,000 Nippon Elec Pow *Ks...1953
JJJk 'RRR Nor Amer L Ac P 5% notes 1936
5HIS a f deb ser A
1956

10

Feb.

July

Jan.

9% Sale

49%

^

31

1

June £1

66%
36%
32% June 21 32%
87% Mar. 27 102%
85% Mar. 27 96
67
7
May
89%
Jan.
3 104%
RR3*
89

29

77

Sale

1950

2.893.RR0

24

3 108% Apr.

July
5
July 17
July
8
85
July
8
88
3
May
68% July
8
63% July 27
63% July
8

87

Sale

5, aeries A

Jan.

48
47

"97% Sale"

62

142,000

104

1
29

July
70% July
81
July
85
July
68% July
68% July
63% July
63 % July
94% July

105

4'2R?'RRR
244,00R

315,RRR

21

105% July

Sale
Sale

Sale

4Hs-—1980

July

15

28

104% July
104% July
103
July
95
July
84% July
7% July
114
July
108% July
100% July
76% July
109
July
105
July
63% July
63% July
64
July
71% July
78% July
62
July
63% July
623-i July
49% July
93% July

105

76

* Y state E * G

1
July
3
July
July 25
5
July
103
July 18
30
107% July
88% July 27

Feb.

14 109% Feb.
Jan.
2 107% May
Feb.
July 23 110
Jan.
3 103% June
Mar. 13 103
June

85% Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

4'R1R'RRR

3 110

Jan.

104%
105%
88%
100

103

105

71%
79%

5%« A with warrants.. 1948
N Y Pa Ac Ohio RR 4%«--1950

Jan.

107

9

New Engl Pow Assn Ss—.1948
3,382,000
Deb 5 % •
1954

1^'RRR

July

108

50
33

99%
95%
89%
104%

11

25
1
95% Jan.
5 105% July
3
103% Jan.
4 107% Feb. 28
105% May 27 108% Mar. 14
2 104% May

2

3.790,RRR

6.224,000 N Y P Ac L Corp 1st 4 %s„1967

55% July
36% July

3 100% July
2 104
Apr.

Jan.

2% July

Sale

«

1
11

Jan.

98% Jan.

July

Sale

n„A

46

100% July
87% July
105% July

2

Sale

,n

106% July

106% July

69%

42,000

:
:

75
101

July
107% July

69

1949

87% July

193% Sale
99 %

69%

6s series A

:
!
1

8% July
8% July
8% July
75
July
107% July
104% July
94% July
98% July
85% July

Sale

222,000 n Y Cent Elec 5%s

:

:

10

64% Sale

1.387.RR0

11
July
2
July 10
July
3
July 20
July 26
July
9
109
July
106
July
107% July
102% July
102% July
107
July

103%
104%
105%
107%
106%
109%

:

8% July

64

New Orleans Pub Serv 4%s '35
4^8 ctfs of deposit
1935
20,000
5s stamped.
1942

July
July

50

23 100% July

Sale

10

Gas 5s__1948
1948

3.655,000 New Eng G Ac Elec Assn 5sl947
1,093,000
5.
1948
3,581,000
Conv deb 5s..........1950

97% July
103% July
103% July
104
July
106 % July
106% July
109
July
109
July
105% July
105% July
100
July
102
July
107
July

94% July
90% July
78
July
102% July
101% July
10631 July
80% July

Sale

....

o

Highest
Sale Prices

95% Sale
91% Sale
88
Sale
103
Sale
102% Sale
107% Sale

Munwm Steamship Line
6%« with warrant«....1937

1.214,000 Narragansett Rlec Co 5s..l957
307,000
58 aeries B
1957

Lowest
Sale Prices

9% Sale
9% Sale
10
Sale

9934 Sale
95% Sale

106"" Sale'

'44

Montreal L H Ac P 5s "A".1951

Highest
Sale Prices

35

Sale
Sale

Montana Dakota Pow 5 %s

'ill'RRR
681,000

106

Sale

Nor States Power
1,285,000
5V6% notes.

88%
101%
63%
34%
105%

2

June 26

July

July
98% July

100% Jan.
71% Jan.

July
July
July
July
July
July

Jan.

105
71

July

Jan.

Jan.

67

Apr.
100% Jan.
104
May

July
July

hi*

71

Mar.
Mar.

ft*

8
92% July
103% Mar. 12 107% May
2 105% July
89% Jan.
85
Jan.
3 102% July
99
Jan.
3 108% June
104
Jan.
2 112
Apr.
2 106
May
99% Jan.
Mar.
June 27 110
106%

Feb.
Jan.

Mar;

10

71

Mar.

54% Mar.
57% Mar.
47% Jan.
58
May
62% July

105% Apr.

12

July
8
9% July 31
U6* July 24
May
7
102% July 15
84% July 31
109% May 21
105
July 27
71
July 17

101% Jan.

109% July

16

87

Mar.

lily*
90

Jan.

106% Feb. 11
105% Feb.
2
104% May 14

102% Apr.
103
Apr.

105
103

5

23

22
5
8
11

23
22
6

17 109% Feb. 28
1

90

June 25

3 102% June 20

21

75

3 107

Apr. 22

3 107% July

9

nnn

1940
4,162,000
1961
1 >672,000 Northwest Electric 6s...1935
157,000
6s ctfs of dep
1935
216,000 Northwest Pow 6s A
1960
.

43s.

117,000

„

Certificates of deposit

1,556,000 Nor'west Pub Serf 5s A..1957

1,625,000 ogden Get Co 5s
1945
2,868,000 Ohio Edison Co 5s
1960
379,000 Ohio Power 5s series B
1952
893,000
4*8 series D
...1956

234,OO0

....

277,000 Oswego FaUs Co 6s

608,000

5s

olR'RRR P«kAcTilford6s

aor

1.467.R0R

3,135,000
1,113,000
268,000
243,000
138,000
70,000

For footnotes




94%

Sale

104% Sale

32%
95%

Sale
Sale

102

Sale

102

106%
105%

Sale

104%
106%
104%
102%
76

Sale

105%
105%
104%
108%
104%

Sale

105

107

Sale

110% Sale
104% Sale

Sale
Sale

104%

Sale"

Sale
Sale

Sale

117%
106%

Sale

107

Sale

79

Sale

99

Sale

"78% Sale'

120

Sale

106%

Sale"

Sale

98% Sale
116% Sale

Without warrants....

1942

1936

3.380,000 Penn Cent Lt Ac Pow 4%s 1977
150,000
58
1979
2,517,000 Penn Electric 4s series F.1971
1

Sale

Sale

July
8
105
July
1
99% July 25
July 27
33% July 12
33% July 15
96% July 29

117% July
10634 July
106% July

1 120% July
24 107
JulY
23 107
July

94% July
July
78% July
102% July
99
July
99
July
102
July
93% July

99% July
July
86% July
103% July
99
July
100% July
103
July
98
July

4 104
4 105

90

June 20

28

Jan.

2

July
8
July
1
99% July 25
99% July 27
3834 Feb. 19

28

Jan.
Jan.

3

37

Feb.

14

2

96% July

29

88

90% Jan.
74% Jan.

72

5

3 105% July 15
96
Jan.
1
3 106% June
97% Jan.
7
Apr. 11 108% Jan.
6
5 106% May
Apr.
7 110% July 31
Jan.
June 28
3 105
Jan.
4 107
May 10
100% Jan.
2 105% July 22
99
Jan.
June 20
3 104
90% Jan.

104%
104%
105%
99%

Jan.

2

81

38
July
65% Jan.

9

41

7

87

48

12

1
31
8
1

July
5
May
4
July 13

12 106
July
4 107% June
Mar. 16 106% Mar.
3 120% July
Jan.
2 108% Jan.
Jan.
2 107% June
Jan.

12
8
16
31
19
21

Mar. 15
99% July
12 117
Apr.

30
10
11

99% Jan.
101

106%
111%
105%
100%

Jan.

Pacific Investing 5s A...1948

59,000 Pacific Ltg Ac Pow

A,429,000 Pacific Power Ac Light 5s_1955
190,000 Palmer Corp of La 6s....1938
0

Sale

mu

1941

364,000 Pacific Coast Power 5S...194I
1,305,000 Pacific Gas Ac El 1st 4%«.l957
1,000
4%s series E reg
1957
856,000
1st & ref 6s B
1941
607,000
1st Ac ref 5s D
1955
1,340,000
1st Ac ref 4%s F
1960

„

105.
92

Ohio Public Serv 6s C....1953

927,000
5s aeries D
1954
587,000
5^s series E
1961
2,034,000 Oklahoma Gaa Ac El 5s...l950
1.177,000
6s series A
—1940
983,000 Okla Pow Ac Water 5s A.. 1948
8,000 Osgood Go 6s
1938

nnn

118,000

52% Sale

106%
106%

'RRR

,

92,000
12,000
678,000
22,000
2,000
529,000
II,000
445,000

Sale

50

101% Sale

102% Sale

,

143,000
121,000
51,000
14,000
208,000

Sale

Sale

11,000

129,000
331,000

Sale

102

Sale

5,000

19,000
I,000
409,000
103,000
35,000
162,000
175,000
241,000
70,000
36,000

Sale

Sale

106

54

1

76,000
355,000
383,000
12,000
2,000
20,000
50,000
24,000

109%

Sale

101

1,000
78,000
283,000

1

Sale

Monongahela WestPenn Pub
Service 5 %aB
1953

r,™

21,000
2,000
175,000
282,000
596,000
44,000
109,000
51,000
974,000
8,000
3,000
491,000
139,000
474,000
603,000
367,000
166,000
41,000
20,000
167,000
20,000

1955

Sale

1,779,000 Missouri Pub Serv 5s A—1947

2.576,000

107,000

107

Miss River Power

^IR'RRR

103%

l05" Sale

Mississippi River Fuel—
6s with warrants...—1944
Without warrants
5s—...1951

Ask

Sale

—..1955

jat Ac ref 5s..-

Mississippi Pow 5s
1955
Miss Power & Light 5a_..1957

493,000

349,000
•

Sale

104%

5s ctfs of dep—

?R£'RRR
i

99

i03 %

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31

Ask Bid

Middle West Util—

_

77,000
117,000

July X
Bid

792,000 Lexington Util 5a
1952
1,910,000 Libby McNeill At Llbby 6a 1942
219,000 Lone Star Gas Corp 5s.—1942
828,000 Long Island Ltg is..
1945
390,000 Loa Angelea Gaa Ac Klec 5s '61
46,000
5a
1939
221,000
6a...
1942
59,000
5%■ series E
...1947
110,000
5 ^s series F
1943
401,000
5 His series 1
1949
3,511,000 Louisiana Pow Ac Lt 5a
1957
123 ,000 Louisville (Ky) G Ac E 6a A '37
78,000
4H series G_..........1961

432,000
76,000
169,000
182,000
70,000
88,000

1

to

135,000
270,000
28,000
68,000
29,000
2,000
15,000
1,000
6,000
111,000
430,000
12,000
•i, .12,000

36V,666

SINCE JAN.

July t 1933

1

$

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

In

EXCHANGE

CURB

Penn-Ohlo Edison 6s
Without warrants...

1950

5%s series B
1959
Penn-Ohlo P Ac L 5%a A.1954
Penn Power Co 5s.......1956

81

Sale

102% Sale

"99% Sale'
103

'95*"
98

Sale

Sale

95

Sale

Sale

99% Sale
94

106% Sale"
Sale
106

Sale

106% Sale

116

97
92

y\

106%
105%

Penn Pub Serv 6s G—, 1947
5a aeries D...
1954

l07% Sale'

107

Penn Telep Corp 5s C...1960

107% Sale

103%
107%

see page

56.

July
July
«»uiy
July
July
July
July
July

117

100

July
96
July
106% July
107% July
108
July
104
July
107% July

87
30
23 110
11
57%
3 102
26
923
84«
10

25
10

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
933
74% Jan.

66
61

Jan.
Jan
Jan.

86% July
25 104% June
3 100% June
4 100% July
7 105% June
98
4
July
3

2

8
12

Jan,

5

100

3
95
Jan,
103% Jan, ^5

10

10
24

10

July
5
96
July
5
106% Mar. 8
108% Feb. 26
108
July
3
104% June 20
107% July 31

4 100

103% Jan
105
Apr

24

AUG., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In

SALES

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

July
O,

NEW

Jan. 1

399,000
157,000
66,000

146,000
358,000
2,672,000
4,814,000
522,000
380,000

143,000
12,000

1,047,000 PhllaElecPower 5>6*
1972
187,000 Phlla Rapid Transit 6*..1962

16,000
11,000

237,000
let Ac refunding 4 H§..1957
76,000 Phlla Suburb Water 5s.-1955
Piedmont Hydro-Electric Co
550,000
6*4s class A
I960

86,000
221,000

BO>iDS

'Continued)

55

PRICES IN JULY

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

to

July 1

—

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

$

EXCHANGE

Low from
July 1 1933

July 311935

&

15,000

•

CURB

YORK

Penn Water At Pow 4*4#—1968
5o_
1940

106*4 Sale

People* Ga* Lt Ac Coke 4* B*8I

87*4
102*4

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

Sale. Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

106*4 July
113

6s lories C-—1957

Sale
Sale

102*4 Sale

Sale

112*4 Sale"
110*4 Sale

People* Lt Ac Pow 5a
1979
Phila Electric Co 5s.....1966

116

84*4 Sale

85*4
101*4
2*4
111*4
109 54
83*4

105*4 May
110*4 Jan.

2 107*4 July 24
114*4 July
89
July
102*4 July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2 108*4 Feb. 18
3 114*4 July 23
4
89
July
3
89
Jan.
2 10254 June 26
4
1*4 Mar. 12
July
2
111*4 May 10 114*4 Mar. 4
107*4 Apr. 18 111*4 July 18
75*4 Jan.
2 85*4 May 22
72

4
July
112*4 July
111*4 July
84*4 July

Jan.

Phlla Suburb Cos G At B

164,000
109,000
15,000
227,000
5,000
43,000
322,000
83,000
36,000
13,000

1,223,000
159,000
690,000
126,000
371,000
1,073,000
730,000
878,000
137,000
117,000
60,000
160,000
874,000
9,000

25,006
45,000
136,000

53*4 Sale
Sale

101

Piedmont At Northern 5s. 1954

Pittsburgh Coal 6s
Pittsburgh Steel 6s

7,000

Sale

94

1948

"95*4 Sale"

93*4
26*4

Pomerania Elec Co 6s..—1953
Poor At Co 6s

1939

77
Sale
10554 Sale
105*4 Sale

Portland Gas Ac Coke 5s. 1940
Potomac Edison 5s

ser

R. 1956

4*4* series F

1961

85*4 Sale
106*4 Sale
106*4 Sale

Potomac Elec Power 5s__ 1936

Potrero Sugar 1st 7s.

July

102J4
76*4

165*4
105*4
104*4

'45

1947

Sale

"45" "July"
85*4 Sale

Power Corp of Can 4*4a B 1959
Power Corp of N Y 5*4«—1947

84*4 July
99*4 July

"99*4 Sale
"94*4 Sale

"93 *4 "July"
31

105*4

Sale

July
July

104

106*4 July

Mar. 15

12 109

103*4 June 29 106*4 Mar. 29
44

July

103
3
July
935
107*4 July 26 105*
89
9554 July 31
25
26*4 July 26
103 54 July 22
9854
67"
July 19
88*4
99
106*4 July 26
93
107
July 24
104
6 104
July
34 /
51
41
July 23
85*4 July 17
78*4
101 *4 July 30
76
104*4
"9554 July" 10 76
31
33*4 July
9
105*4 July 17 104

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1947

7s stamped

1

53*4 July

Sale" 100*4 July
106

167,000 Prussian Elec 6s
.1954
244,000 Pub Ser» of N H 4*4* B..1957

34,000

44

102*4

1949

6*4s series A..........1942
887,000 Power Securities Corp 6S.1949

88,656

106*4 July 12 108
July
2
103*4 July
2 m7A July 31

104*4 Sale

28

75*4 Jan. 31

Jan.

4 103
July
3
3 108*4 Feb. 21
5
9
Apr.
98*4 Jan.
June 14
Feb.
7
35

Jan.

Apr. 15 10354
Feb. 28
88*4
18 106*4
Jan. 12 107*4
June 24 10554

July
July
July
July

22
19
26
24

Jan.

31

Jan.
June

May 16
July 23

Jan.

6

66

12

51

Mar. 28

Jan.
Jan.

Feb.
July
Jan.

88*4 Jan.

28

14 101*4 July
4 104*4 Jan.

30

5
30

5

June 22

96
42

Feb.

23 10654 May

19

6

Pub Service Co of N J—

86,000
30,000
169,000
52,000
153,000
614,000
409,000
145,000
27,000
267,000

1,010,000
264,000
609,000
89,000
141,000
6,000

604,000
465,000
1,665,000
1,045,000
1,663,000
4,306,000
2,174,000
1,554,000
622,000
911,000
6,350,000
1,765,000
3,619,000

129*4 Sale

6% perpetual certificates
Pub Sere of Nor Ills 5s C.1966
1956

1978

107*4 Sale
102*4 Sale

1980

102

Sale
Sale
103*4 Sale
103J4 Sale
95*4 Sale
102*4

1981

105 54

6*4* series H
1952
Pub Sere of Okla 5s D—1957

5s series C__
1961
Pub Serv Subsid 5*4» A
1949
Puget Sound P Ac L 5*4s.l949
5s series C

79

1950

4*4* series D

Sale

1950

Sale

75*4 Sale
72*4 Sale

489,000 Quebec Power 5s........l968

132

105*4 Sale

5s

4*4* series D
4*4s series E
4*4s series F

128*4 July
105

108

107*4
99*4
99*4
99*4
105*4
102*4
103*4

105*4
10954

Sale

106*4 Sale
99*4
105*4

Sale
Sale
102*4 Sale

"99*4 Sale
8034 Sale
77*4 Sale
73*4 Sale

104*4 Sale
99*4 Sale

579,000 Queens Boro G Ac B 5*4#.1952
170,000
4*4s
......1958

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
95
July
7854 July
74*4 July
72*4 July

104*4 July
97*4 July
105
July
\

104
103

10254
10654
104

104*4
99*4

§*%
83
77*4

118

Jan.

r

Jan.

7 132
2 105
3 109
2 104

80*4 Jan.

2 103

80

Jan.

9854
9354
9454
79*4
55*4
53*4
50*4

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan,
Jan.

2 10254 July
2 107
May

89

Jan.

90*4 Jan.
81

16 10554 July
9
8 99*4 July 26
17 105*4 July 19

June

July
July
July
July

2 104

July
7 104*4 July

7
5
16
9
9

5
7
8

23

99*4 July 31

3

83

July
July

6

3

3

77*4 July

6

2

6

86

Jan.

102

Jan.

4 10554 July
9
3 100
May 13
14 106*4 Mar. 0

82

Jan.

25

101

Apr.

•

Reliance Management 5s.l954

10,000
20,000
687,000
13,000
22,000
26,000
3,000

36,000
With warrants
82,000 Republic Gas Corp 6s A..1945

1,811,000
130,000
120,000
163,000
86,000

Certificates of deposit.
Rochester Cent Pow 5s

A

1953

Rochester Ry Ac Lt 5s....1954
Ruhr Gas Co 6*4*
1953
Ruhr Housing 6*4* A....1958

1,489,000 St Louis Gas Ac Coke

571,000
95,000
260,000

524,000 Safe Harbor Water Pr 4*4* '79
1,860,000 San Ant Pub Serv 5s
1958

7,000
5,000
24,000
8,000

55,000
5*4* series D
I960
39,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
363,000
5s series D
1957
113,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s
1955

6s..1947

13*4
22*4

70

.!*
64

38

Sale

10

Sale

109*4 Sale
10154 Sale

90*4 July
59*4 July
57*4 July
42*4 July
113
July
38
July
26
July

91*4 July
69

July

20
27

7054 July 31

108,000
13,000
90,000
1,088,000
2,946,000
408,000
1,891,000
611,000
559,000
862,000
393,000

113*4 Sale"
39*4 Sale

12*4 Sale
106*4 Sale
104

Sale

88

103*4 Sale

101

6S....................1937
Schulte Real Est 6s w w
6s without warrants

Scrlpps (E W) Co 5*4*
Seattle Ltg Co 5s

1943

Servel Inc5s

1948

1949

Shawinlgan W Ac P 4 *4*..1967
4*4* series B
196S
5s series C._
197#
4*4s series D
1970
Sheffield Steel 5*4*
1948
...

27,000

930,000 Sou Carolina Power 5s..l957

Sale

Sale

102*4 Sale

16
"
8

6
June 14
14*4 July 16
105*4 May 15 109*4 June 27
105
July
8
92*4 Jan.

8
19

105*4
107*4
98
108*4

136,000
82,000
14,000
38,000
25,000
130,000

8,694,000
1,380,000
405,000
728,000
649,000
151,000
371,000
75,000
1,145,000

Southeast P Ac L 6s

2025

96*4 Sale'
96*4 Sale
102*4 Sale
97*4 Sale

.

2,000
66,000
5,000
57,000
209,000
26,000
170,000
31,000
16,000
17,000

263,000
135,000

134,000
690,000
23,000
400,000
22,000
164,000
64,000
393.000
V *
202,000
477,000

Refunding mtge 5s.... 1952

Sale
Sale

106

Sale

96*4

98*4 Sale

96*4
102*4

"99"" Sale"

96*4
105*4
53*4

44

94

Sale

96

97

Sale

97*4 Sale

Sale

Ref Mtge 5s

1954

105*4 Sale
106*4 Sale

105
106

Sale

1,970,000
4,184,000

For footnote

18

103
45

10654
99*4
99*4
106*4
99*4
58

93*4 July 19
96*4 July 31

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

16
25
15
31

106

Sale

104

Sale

103*4 July

Sale

5*4s Series B
1st Ac ref 4*4*

1952

1961

102*4 Sale
106

Sale

fenn Elec Power 5s.

Sale

95*4 Sale
89*4 Sale
90*4 Sale
100
Sale

Sale

104*4 Sale

103

Sale

94""" Sale

Sale

103*4 Sale

Sale

103

93*4 Sale
80*4 Sale
84*4 Sale
100
104

Sale

53

51

Sale

44

Sale

53*4 Sale
49*4 Sale

44*4

Sale

49

94""

Sale

43

Sale

Sale

4754 Sale

Sale

19

30

45
35

103*4
105*4
103*4
101*4
109*4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

102*4 Sale
102*4 Sale
101*4 Sale

96

Sale

83

94*4 Sale

45*4 Sale
100

Sale

104

Sale' 10354

106
vv

Sale

Tide Water Power 5a A...1979
Toledo Edison Co—

95

Sale

106*4 Sale

106*4 Sale




568

43

Sale"

78*4 Sale
97*4 Sale

see page

93

9854 Sale"
104*4

Sale'

1962

101 *4

83

79

RapTr5*4* A.1952

102

108*4

Sale

1937

1st mtge gold 5s

10154
105*4

107*4

6sstamped.l937

Twin City

2

56

Sale

9854
20*4
101*4
10554
78*4

94*4

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

26

55

17

48

2

46

Jan.

11

Jan.

1054 Feb.
Jan.

4

4
90
Apr.
5
Apr.
4
91*4 Apr
105*4 July 25

98

96

Jan.

106*4 July
54*4 July

60

July
3
100
July 16
2154 July 26
9
104*4 July
103
July
5
106*4 July
5
82
July 20
July 15

Feb.

26

Feb.

27

Feb.

28

Feb.

23

Mar. 21

Feb.

13

Feb.

4

July 29

Jan.

10

24

Jan.

8154 Jan.

43

July
8554 Jan.
13*4 Jan.
9454 Jan.
83*4 Jan.
103 5i Jan.
67

Jan.

7654 Jan.

16 107*4 July 24 105
16 5754 July 19
45

Jan.
Jan.

2
2

8
31
20

June
5
July
6
May 10

56

Feb.

25

51
53

Feb.

19

Feb.

13

Feb.

13

95

48

43*4 Apr.
34*4 May
36
May
29*4 May
85*4 Jan.
10054 Jan.

29
29
18
6
5
31
31
29
1
27

41

18

25*4 Mar. 15
23*4 Jan. 24

86

30

July

Mar. 28
Feb.
5

Jan.

30

3 106

July 30
July
6

2 104*4 July
Jan.
29 110
6154 June
98"
81
July
97
July
80*4 Feb.
Jan.
87
July
Jan
93
103*4 July
Jan.
103*4 July
Jan.
9554 July
90
60
Jan.
July
49
Jan.
90*4 July
Jan.
77
100*4 July
106
Mar.
103
July
Jan.
37*4 Feb. 28 68
Jan.
37*4 Feb. 28 68
50
Feb.
32
7
July
31
Mar. 18
49*4 J uly
95
Jan.
2
May

105
25

29
29
18
6
5
31
31
29
1
22
6
8
8
31
8

8

8
6
31
45
5
10654 June 25
99*4 July 19
99*4 Feb. 2o
106*4 July 30
99*4 July 19
108*4 Mar. 11
58
July 29

Jan.
3
73
96*4
2
9954
64*4 Jan.
June 14 108*4
105
June 24 108*4
105
105*4 July 25 108*4
4 108
105*4 Jan.
2 102*4
101*4 Jan.
102
Jan.
2 10654
10254 July 10 105"

9754
30

Jan.

7554 Feb.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2

15

July 24 10054 July
July ; 1
8554 July

11 10754

July
July

Jan.

101*4 July
106*4 Apr.
106
June

29 101*4
22 10954

Apr.
Apr.

Apr.

47

42*4 Feb. 16

2 103

90

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

17
40*4
23 103*4
1 106
12 10354

4

Mar. 25
14

' Jan.

11 ,20
5
20

.

29

July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

17

40

2022

5s

Thermold Co

8

July

42

54

43

1956

1960

July

July 22
49*4 July 22
1
44
July
1
44*
July
July 19
92*
1
94
July

3454 July

.1970

Texas Gas Utilities 68—1945
Texas Power At Lt 5s
1956
6s

Sale

51

Terni Hydro-Electric Co—
6 *4 s without warrants. 1953

Texas Elec Service 5s

97*4 Sale

Feb. 19 111

2854 Jan.

July

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

49

54" Sale

103
103

11

105*4 July 29
49*4 July 25
94
1
July
3
9454 July
83
July 10
8
102*4 July
10154 July 16
1
9354 July
1
80*4 July
1
84*4 July
99
July 27

107*4 Sale

105

Jan.

38

96

11
Mar. 4
Feb. 19
Feb. 25

July

July 30 108*4 Jan. 21
126
June 26
Jan.

101
19

96*4 July 30
9954 July

105*4 July 25 105*4
3 107
106*4 July
8 102 K.
101*4 July
2 10454
104 k July
10254 July 10 103*4
10554 July 22 10654

Sou Calif Gas Corp 5s...1937
Sou Calif Gas Co 5s
1957

618,000 Tenn Pub Serv 5s...

538,000
5,144,000
153,000
4,069,000
310,000
1,108,000
518,000
1,902,000

17

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

Southern Calif Edison 5s 1951
General 5s
1939

1,053,000
of California 4*4*
1968
260,000 Southern Ind G At E5*4s.l957
1,880,000 Southern Indiana Ry 4S.1951
2,254,000 Southern Nat Gas 6s....1944
95,000
Stamped...
...1944
266,000 S'western Assoc Tel 5s A.1961
1,834,000 Southwestern G At £ 5s._1957
852,000
5s series B
1957
1,283,000 Southwestern L At P 5s..1957
280,000 S'western Nat Gas 6S....1945
1,248,000 Southwestern P Ac L 6s..2022
479,000 S'western Pub Sera 6s A.1945
318,000 Staley (A E) Mfg 6s
1942
2,664,000 Standard Gas Ac Elec 6S..1935
3,131,000
Con? 6s
1935
3,118,000
6s.
1951
2,547,000
6s
1966
342,000 Standard Invest 5*4s..._1939
395,000
5s without warrants... 1937
5,238,000 Stand Power At Lt 6s....1957
148,000 Standard Telep 5*4* A...1943
Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp
58,000
7s Oct 1 '36 without warr._
198,000
7s stamped
1936
28,000
7s 1946 without warrants..
404,000
7s stamped............1946
2,404,000 Super Power of 111 4*4s..l97#
311,000
6s
1961
2,033,000
4*4*
1968
1,570,000 Swift At Co 5s
1940
56,000 Syracuse Ltg 5s B.......1957
58,000
1st Ac ref 5*4s...
1954

1,255,000

41

99

Southern Counties Gas

38,000
31,000
391,000
438,000
10,000
39,000
214,000
146,000
230,000
57,000
124,000
67,000
57,000
633,000
403,000
605,000
415,000
34,000
58,000
1,219,000
32,000

July 30 10554 July
July
9 12554 July
July 18 104
July
July
3 10854 July

17
17

106

42*4 Sale

31

9*4 July
1
14*4 July
106*4 July 29 109*4 July
10154 July
1 105
July

101*4
42*4

158,000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6S...1947

171,000
1,039,000

18
102

27

July

11
11
26
16

53

39*4 July

1935

July

July
113 54 July
40
July
27*4 July

Saxon Public Works—

16,000
5,000
16,000
55,000
143,000
9,000
343,000
127,000
40,000
133,000
9,000

91*4 July 20
69

3954 Mar. 15
7054
31*4 Mar. 25 53
112*4 Jan.
2 113*4
36
Mar. 25
4354
26
34*4
May 31

San Diego Cons G Ac

75*4

40*4 Mar. 20

105*4
123*4
103*4
108*4

42*4 Sale

100

!!*

Sale

43*4
10354
106*4
10354
104*4
10954
108*4

June 27

May
July

9
8

Jan.

5

July

10

Feb.

11

10054 July
8554 July

10

75*4 Feb.

7

100

July
23
May
104*4 July
103
July
106*4 June
83*4 May
98*1 July

8

16
7
9
5
29
23

15

2 107*4 Feb. 23
2
58*4 May
7

-'5.11

NEW

56
SALES

AGGREGATE
In

July 311935
BONDS (Concluded)—

$

$

PRICES IN

July 1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

JULY

'■

...

1

55 %
55 %

Sale Prices
64
July 24

Sale Prices

Ask

1
July 25
1 63
8 101% July 29

55 % July
55 % July
100% July

Sale
Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Highest

Lowest

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

; 677,000 Ulen <k Go4a stamped...1944
6s ctfs of dep
1944
28,000
132,000 Union Ann Invest 5a A. 1948

116,000
20,000
44,000

1

July X 1933

Jan. 1

.

/'V ■}-,

EXCHANGE

CUBB

Lowjrom

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

July

YORK

42% Apr.
55

July 24
1 64
63
July 25
7 101% July 29

June 28

94% Jan.

Union Electric Lt 5c Pow (Mo)

>

8 106% July
July 29 106% July
106% July
3 106% July
July
114% July
5 116
106 H

5a aerlea A.......-...-1954

21,000

2,000
17,000
36,000
31,000

1967
244,000 United Elec of N J 4a_...1949
United El Serv (Unea) 7a.l956
5a aerlea B

150,000

46,000
29,000
24,000
21,000
52,000
13,000
34,000
87,000
3,000
14,000

209,000 US Rubber 6%% note«..1936
Serial 4%% notes
1937
263,000
8erlal 6H% notes..... 1938
269,000
Serial 6H% notes.
393,000
1939
Serial 6H% notes
413,000
1940
Series 6a
1936
251,000
247,000 Utah Power 5c Light 4%sl944
6a series A
2022
772,000
1952
14,000 Utlca Gas 5c El 5s B.
5s aeries D
1956
31,000

2,000
6,000
247,000
85,000
172,000

1937
32,000 Valvolina Oil 7e
140,000 Vamma Water Power 5Ha *57
1,859,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5Ha A..1946
6s
1946
527,000
5a aerlea B._
..1950
1,220,000

199",000

Sale

50

46 %

Sale

94

Sale

70

Sale

55

Sale

52% Sale
Sale
74% Sale

96

166"" Sale' 165

Sale

55

Sale

48 % Sale

July
41% July

29

41% July

48% Sale

Without warrants
223,000
1941
59,000 United Indus 4H»
1st 6a.................1945
147,000
1974
1,433,000 United Lt 5c Pow 6%s
Deb 6a
1975
4,088,000
5% aiu.^i-^.-.w.*i^l959
1,137,000
1952
6,627,000 United Lt 5c Rya 9%s
5%s registered.......-1952
3,000
6s aerlea A
1952
1,616,000
Deb 6s aerlea A........1973
651,000

46,000
6,000
12,000
255,000
1,066,000
144,000
817,000

July

106

1957

4HI

258,000
212,000

27

48

26

50

1

46 %

1

July
July
94
July
68% July

1
1

99% July
47% July

102

Sale

102% Sale

-

162 " Sale

85% Sale
80

...

Sale

107""

....

Sale

l02% Sale
97 %
84 %

Sale
Sale
91% Sale

96 %

Sale

92%

Sale

1st 7s with warrants
1954
84,000
408,000 Ward Baking Go 6a.....1937
1958
1,080,000 Wash Gas Light Co 5a
177,000 Wash Ry A Elec 4s......l951

129,000
242,000
117,000
622,000
105,000
5,000
3,000
22,000
52,000
119,000
160,000

4%
76
"83
75

105 %

Sale

21

33 %

91H
99%
78%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1,037,000

Wash Water Power 5a...1960
Weatern Newspaper Union—

610,000

Conv deb 6s_.........1944

2,308,000
392,000
4,073,000
1,724,000
71,000
22,000
119,000
800,000

West Penn Elec 5a.......2030
Weat Penn Traction 5a..l960

46%

West Texas Utll 5a A
1957
Weat United G5tB 5 Ha A 55
Westvaco Chlorine 5 H*—1937

105% Sale

41

105% Sale
105
Sale

25

Sale

July
102% July
102
July
102% July
102
July
85% July
80
July
109% July
107
July

91% Sale

90

105 %

105

80
105

Sale
Sale
Sale

10

July 23

July 11
106% July 12
105% July 25
105% July 22
34
93

MB**
82
105%
102%

64
101
100
97

1944

61

B.1956

52
51

"97%

Wisconsin Pub Serv........
6a Series A
1952

78H

105% Sale

105 % Sale

105% July

6 106

514,000 Yadkin River Power 5a„ 1941
1937
1,602,000 York Rys Co 5s

63%
70

105% Sale

106
103

Sale

105% July
102% July

29
28
78

July
July
July 11
July 15
July 12
July 31
July 17
July 15
July 16
July
9
July 22

Wis Minn Lt 5c Pow 5s
ser

1958

104 H

101% Sale

Sale

103

Sale

24

98

Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

97%
97%

107

106%
105%
99

99

July

19

10
5
11
29

56%
55%
98%
75%

Jan.

Jan.

Feb.

8

6
Apr. 9
104% Feb. 26
100% Jan.
5
99
Jan,
8
96% Jan.
4
21

July 26
Jan.

mJan.
63

8

11
10

102 f Feb. 11
102% July 16
102% July 12
103% July 26
103% July 26
103 ' Feb.
7
88% July 10
84% July 13
109% July 10
108% July 17

90% Mar. 26 97%
95% Jan.
4 103 %
73
Jan.
3
99%
56% Jan.
2 88%
68% Jan.

31

Feb.

July
July
July
July
56
May
102% July
57% July

Mar.

39% Mar.
56
May
82% Jan.
30

Jan.

75

42% July 25
43

39% Jan.

16
30

95

June 19
June 13
July 18
July
9
July
5

10% June 10
106% June 27
106% July 12
105% May 27
June

106

6

59% Feb. 20
93% June 22

102% July

Jan.

2
82%
3
91% Jan.
101% May
2 104
106% Mar. 22 108
8 106%
104% Feb
94
Jan.
2 105%

1 106

Wis Elec Pow 5s A

567,000

37,000
262,000

July
Jan.

2 100H Jan.
July
99% Jan.
July 16
98% Jan.
July 12
98
Jan.
July 26
98% Jan.
July 25
5 101% Apr.
July
62
Jan.
July 10
55
Jan.
July 13
July 10 104% Jan.
May
July 17 104

106

1941
.1954

Wheeling Elec Co 5a.

1,046,000 Wisconsin P 5c L 5s
5s series F_
985,000

33,000

48
39

•

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

99%
77%
104%
101%
106%
106%

100

10

Apr. 26 108% Feb. 13
105% Mar. 13 107% Mar. 1
104
Apr. 18 108% Feb. 25
July 11
108% Jan.
4 116

103

9
July
105% July
105% July
104% July
105
July

106% Sale"

60

4 July

106

97
5
July
July 24
99% July 18
9
88% July
95
5
July

96
July
102% July
96
July
84% July
91% July

21

< July "II

101%
120%
102%
103%
103%
102%
88%
84%
109%
108%

102

Waldorf Astoria Corp-—

12,000
32,000
112,000
31,000
91,000

2
57
July
42% July 25
12
43
July
56% July 10
5
55% July
98% July 11
75% July 29

24
1

100% July
102% Sale
102% Sale

8
8
5
11

11
May
7
July 12
Jan.

May

11

1

Mar. 23

July

16

July
1 103% July

4

99

Jan.

2

99

July

22

96% Jan.

2 106

July

13

95% Jan.

13

76% Jan.

2 106

75

94% Jan.

June 24

July
2 103% July

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

Agrtcul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—
44,000
20-yoar 7s
Jan 15 1946
7a with coupon
4,000
1946
43,000
20-year 7s—...Jan 15 1947
150,000 Baden (Germany) 7a
1951
Buenos Aires (Prov)
726,000
7He stamped
1947
7a stamped....
522,000
...1952
Cauca Valley fDept of) Rap of
Colombia extlsf 7s— .1948
81,000

2,000

7,666
23,000
132,000
25,000
4,000

24% July

18H

6

25% July

22"" July "27

24

3

July
1
July 24

July

31

26

July
63% July

24
24

69% July
65% July

12
12

9% July

19

9% July

Jan,

3

34% Jan.
35% Jan.

16
4

22

July

31

34

Jan.

25

59

Jan.

22

70

June 20

54

Apr.

4

66

June 25

7% Mar. 30

11

Jan.

3

55% Jan.

14

8

22

Sale

22

65

Sale

65

63 % Sale

21% June 21
26
Apr. 15
21% June 15

38

Cent Bk of German State ft

39,000
17,000
54,000
4,000

9,000
142,000
63,000
21,000
14,000
72,000
6,000
1,000
1,000
13,000
3,000
28,000
29,000
1,000
51,000
29,000
21,000
44,000
14,000
23,000
29,000
84,000
11,000
16,000
15,000
19,000
24,000
10,000

Prov Banks 6a
1951
234,000
6a
1952
167,000
290,000 Danish CoAs Munlc 5Ha-1955
5a
1953
76,000
Danaig P & Wat'way Bd
external s f 6%s
198,000
1952
898,000 German Cons Munlc 7a..1947
6a
1947
783,000
181,000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s.. 1939
159,000 Hanover (Prov) 6%«_____1949
119,000 Lima (City), Peru. 6Ha .1958
Certificates of deposit.....
77,000
13,000 Maranhao (State) 7a
1958
7s coupon off.........1958
33,000
65,000 Medellin (Colombia) 7a_.1951
Mendose (Prov) Argentina
7 Ha
52,000
1951
209,000
7Hs stamped.........1951
Mtge Bank of Bogota—
7a issue of May 1927
133,000
1947
7a Issue of Oct 1927
1947
71,000
228,000 Mtge Bank of Chile 6a.. 1931
254,000 Mtge Bank of Denmark 5sl972
143,000 Parana (Stateof). Bras 7a.'58
141,000
Coupon off...............
89,000 Rio de Janeiro 6Ha
1959
108,000
Coupon off...............
179,000 Russian Govt 6H«
1919
Certificates of deposit...
2,529,000
485,000
5Ha
1921
Certificates of deposit
557,000
Santa Fe (City) Argentina
241,000
Republic extl 7s....... 1945
7s stamped..
31,000
......1945
134,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
1949
7s_1961
94,000
-

-

-

-

......

No par value,
n Sold under the rule.
a Deferred delivery sale.
s

55

27

27
29
2
17
26
29

35

Sale

22

Sale

23
35
22

10%
10

31
12
12
31
23
9

56
27
27

36

25%
12

10%
15%
13%

25
17

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

25

55

1

24

38% Feb. 16

2

23

37
39

16
20
29
12
31
23

57% July 23
47% July 12

59% July 31
50% July 15

20% July
20% July

21
July 29
20% July 30

12

July

13

13

86%
11%
11%
13%
11%
1%
1%
1%
1%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

12%

Sale

14

" Sale

Sale
1% Sale
1% Sale

13

"iff

1% Sale

$

53

13

45% Sale

44w

July
July
July
10% July

puting range, are given below:
General Refractories 6s w w 1938, July 5

July
88
July
14% July
12% July
14
July
13
July
2
July
2
July
2
July
1% July

26
26
23
3

12

14

is

at

165

12

17
is

July 26
July 29
July 29
30% Jan.
2
22
July 31
Mar. 26
Mar. 19

Apr. 26
June 12
June

23

5
2
9

12
'

15
13

17

44% Jan.

21

17% Mar. 23
18%
11%
83%
11%
11%
12%
11%
1%

1938, July 13 at 39

5
30
17
23
29
26
6
June 21

1% June 21
1% Mar, 27

3

46

46

July
2
11% July 23
12% July 10

44

Jan.

New Orleans Stock

si

Philadelphia Stock
Pittsburgh Stock

»

>

4
•
«

r

•

«•

11

New York Stock
New York Curb

ss

New York Produce
New York Real Estate
Baltimore Stock

24

s>

*

*•

*»

Boston Stock
Buffalo Stock

California Stock
Chicago Stock
Chicago Board of
Chicago Curb

ss

ss
>•
>•
_

Trade

si

8

Mar. 21

Los Angeles Curb

is

2

June 27

9% Mar.
10

Cincinnati Stock
Cleveland Stock
Colorado Springs Stock
Denver Stock
Detroit Stock
Los Angeles Stock

>*

•

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account is
taken in computing range, are given below:

Apr.
Mar.
May
July
June
June
June

1% June 25

17

54% July 17

8

52% Jan.

prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated by
superior figures in tables), are as follows:
•

27
29
18
26

July
July

The National Securities Exchanges on which low

"cod," certificates of deposit
"cons," consolidated. *
"cum," cumulative.
"conv," convertible.
"m," mortgage.
"n-v." non-voting.
"vtc," voting trust certificates.
"vr i," when issued.
"w w." with warrants.
"x-w, without warrants.

w w,

89

59% Sale

is

C

97

34

July
31
July
92% May
86
Apr.

15% Sale

*»

Abbreviations Used Above:




29
31

42% July 11
39% July
9

15%
13%
10%

Cash sales, in which no account is taken in com¬

■

Baldwin Locomotive 6s

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

24

Sale

Bickfords, Inc., $2.50 conv pref, July 5 at 32%

Sold for cash.
Ex-dividend.
■

July
31
July
94% July
89
July

.

•

r

34

Minneapolis-St. Paul

Richmond Stock
St. Louis Stock
Salt Lake City Stock
San Francisco Stock
San Francisco Curb
San Francisco Mining
Seattle Stock

Spokane Stock
Washington (D# O.) Stock

49
Feb. 28
98% Jan. 14
93% Jan. 21

72

Feb.

5

Feb. 16
Feb.
5
Feb.
7

34

12
July 29
10% July 12
17% Jan.
3
15% Jan.
3
13
Feb. 14

63
May 28
55% Apr. 22

24

:,

Jan, 23

24% Jan. 12
13% Jan. 24
Jan. 14
14% Feb. 18
14% Feb. 13
15% Jan.
3
14
Apr. 24
4% Jan.
2
4% Jan.
2
5
Jan.
2

94

4% Jan.

8

56% Apr. 13
53% June 4
11% Mar. 4
12% July

10

I

Chicago Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock

Shares

Jan. 1 to

July 31

AGGREGATE

BONDS

1935

Jan. 1 to July 31—

July 311935

1934

$81,000
561,000

$10,000
283,000

....

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

Jan. 1

Sales

July

Since

July

1934

552,000
7,513,000

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

Bond

1935

935,000
9,486,000

Sales

July

July 1
Bid

%

*1,000 Brown Paper Mills Inc 6s .1939

"2*666
1,000

7,000

Shores.

1,190
80
150

2,250
50

1,465
110

1,290

5,000 Chic City & Con Ry 5s.. 1927
Chicago City Ry As.
.1927
Certificates of deposit.1927
6,000
1927
4,000 Chicago Railways Si.
1st mtge As ctf of dep..1927
125,000
As series A.........
1927
7,000
Con mt<*e 5s B
1927
4,000
1,000 Metrop West Side ext 4s.. 1938
208 So La Salle St Bldg—
1st mtge 534 s
106,000
1958

STOCKS

Shares.

9,990
13,550
2,660
7,750
10,050

Abbott

220
120
140

350

4,000
3,750
2,000

43

76

72
78
77

72
77
77

79

12

2534
1134

2634
1234

23

26

10

15

18

13

2734

2834

2934

31

95 H

98

98

18H

/ 4
1134
19

55,050
13,450
8,900

554
234

*

m

con*

135^

Associates Invest Co com..

6,250
150

5,560

16

Sale Prices
95
June 18

18

May

6

7434 June

5

62

Jan.

68

Mar. 11
Jan.
9

68
77

Mar. 11
June 19

18*4 Jan. 18
83i May 15

27

13

July
3
May 15

15

1454 June 22

1454 June 22
3234 Apr. 10

~77~~July "15 "77"" July"15
27

July

3

27

July

3

67

2734 July 23

2834 July 25

2634 Feb. 26

Sale

95 54 July

99

Co
Jan*
4^34 Jan.

"1934

1734 July
5
July
234 July
3134 July
1834 July
21
July

534
2034 Sale

18

10

July

23

4

234
20

5

'3

Sale

1934 Sale

19
12

22

18

July 16

12

9

"U
X

1,640
17 cumul prior pref.
66,050 Automatic Products com..
60 Automatic Washer conv pf.

20

2734 July

4

Sale

3 34 July

Sale
Sale

134 July
134
July

434 July
3
July
149
July

18
31
16

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

34 Jan. 24
3 54 Apr.
3
Mar. 21

1

79

X

354
1454
334

40,750 Berghoff Brewing Co
1
1,590 Blnks Mfg Co cl A cv pref..*
143,150 Borg-Warner Corp com—.10
7% preferred.....—...lit
1,820
240
Called....
2,950 Bracb ft Sons (K i) com—..*
*
13,050 Brown Fence Ac Wire cl A
Glass B
.......*
16,500
7,000 Bruce Co (E L) com
*
10 Bucyrus-Monighan class A..*

X

iV'
4

2

'4934

Sale

11034 Sale

110

108
17
20 H

107 X Sale

11%
5

Sale

17
21

25

Sale

13

15

Sale

8

Sale

6

15 X
5

112

1634

"l"July~l7
154 July
July

July

9

7 34 July

Jan.

26
Feb.
2

23
18

1234 July
• July
4
July
1834 July
434 July
e234 July
60
July
11034 July
108
July
17
July
25* July
July
8
July

1234 July
July
234 July
1434 July
3 34 July
154 July
3934 July
110
July
107 34 July
17
July
2134 July
12
July
534 July

100

J1?*

19
19
13
23
12
24
31
19
1
12

17
29
31

1634

"734

70

100

110 H
634 Sale

139,250 Butler, .Bros»^»*i*--^»«.I0

29
11X
4134

13,150 Castle Ac Co (A M) com.....10
1,300 Cent Cold Storage Co com.20
34,590 Central III Pub Serv prof...*

634 Sale

14H
4234

134
IX
4134 Sale
12
1234
46
Sale

12H

11

.

*1*

34 Apr.
3
54 Feb. 28
54 Feb. 25
Jan.

3

34 June 21

99

99

4
334
1734 Sale
334 Sale

>5 Sale

Sale

15

2%

12

96

40

—

f.

Sale

9

100

98

100,900 Bendlx Aviation Corp com..5

conv ore

1

2

2
15

550 Backstay Welt Co common. .*
1,400 Balaban & Katz pref.....100
7,900 Bastian-Blessinii Co com.... *

Preferred.........

34 July

6

July

3

734 July 23

11
May
8734 Feb.
234 July

34 Jan.
634 Jan.
July
149
July
54 Feb.
1
July
54 May
134 July
934 May
1
May
3

14
100

5

Mar. 13

Jan.

22

Jan.

23
15

Jan.

June 22

55
May
4
2234 May 29
6 * May 16
July 16
3134 July 22
2034 July 27
22
July 16
334 Jan. 26
8
2734 July

354 May
134 Mar.

""8

X

34

834 Sale

103

Mar.

Apr.
July

3
144

137

1934 July 12
534 July
3
July 16
3134 July 22
2034 July 27

com

$6 conv pref A
16 cum prior pref—.....

660 Canal Const Co

74
79

—

970 Bunts Bros common.......10

33,400

Highest

25

6

34
3 34 Sale

com...

Armour & Co common

50

"16"" "19""

2134 Sale

Asbestos Mfg Co com

550

9534

18" *20"

*

pref.
•
230 Amer Fura Mart Bldg pfd.100
14,890 American Pub Serv pref-.100

60
70

22,350

4954

71
76

Advanced Alum Casting*...5

30

2,450
30,050
7,100

21

36

Lowest

Sale Prices
95
June 18
18
May 6

par

Adams (J D) HIAcorn
Adams Royalty Co com

800 Assoc Tel Util Co

9,350

20

150 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com..10
17,815 Allied Products Corp cl A..*

""320

"rtifi

94

1934

I

Highest
Sale Prices

——.25

460 Amer-Yvette Co Inc

8,800
2,950
1,050

Ask

95

Laboratories com.-.*

Acme Steel Co

1,040 Altorfer Bros

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31

Ask Bid

Jan.

15

3

31
16
2

17

17
23
21
20

Jan.

21

July

19

3
434 Jan.
1334 July 23
9
434 Apr.
e234 Apr. 9
50
July 31

v
May 31 113
610734 June25 108
1734
1334 Jan.
3
1434 Jan. 15 2534

4

24

16

8
5
Apr. 15
1
1554 Feb.
1554
8
9
454 Jan.
101
May 25 101
6
July
3
734

Mar. 14

July

1

June 24

July 17
July 29
July 31
Feb.

1

May 10
May 25
Jan.

3

31
15
5

34
1734
1134
1334

Apr. 27
Jan.
9
Apr. 17
Jan.
2

254 Feb.
4
4134 July 31
1434 Jan. 29
48
July
5

34 July 10
July 18
July
6
54 July 27
3034 July 29
734 July 29
434 July 26.

54 July 27
1134 July 30
1554 July 10
34 July
9
3534 July
6
12 34 July 31
634 July
5

34
734
334
34
1254
334
154

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

34 July 27
1134 July 30

28

2134 Jan.
1834 Jan.

29

July
1134 July
July

40

2
15
12

4134 July
12
July
48
July

Cent 111 Secur Corp—

3,150
450

400

18,150
1,890
3,130
120

Common
1
6,750
Convertible preferred....*
9,150
100
7,060 Central Ind Power pref
1
92,900 Central S W Util com
Prior lien preferred...
25.760
*
Preferred.
*
14,780
980 Central States Pr Ac Lt pref.*
130 Central States Util $7 pref..*

934
12

660

60

'"54 Sale"
3334 Sale
1234 Sale
334
634

734 Sale
634

10
14

Sale

3%
34

2,750 Chain Belt Co com.........*
2,200 Cherry Burrell Corp com.
Preferred
10
.......100

X
11X

Sale

34
31

...

34

15

4
16
8
12
16
16
7

H Feb. 16

25

27

31

34 X

105

2734

2834

26

3434

3534

34

July
July

18
22

July
35 34 July

30
18

102

10534

1634 May 17
8
6
1254 July 31
634 June 28

134 Feb.
3534 July

>4 Feb. 16

28
36
June 10 102

31
9

July

30

June

18

June

10

34 Feb.
234 July
May
3
July
3934 July
1634 Apr.
2734 July
2634 July

18
8
24
24
25
6
10

Chic City Ac Con Ry—

250

300
50

55,150
4,950
20

3,300
7,400

350

Common.......

.......*

Participation preferred ..*
2,400
Certificates of deposit...
1,600
.....1
216,550 Chic Corp common
Preferred
•
42,470
430 Chicago Electric Mfg A.....*
11,450 Chicago Flexible Shaft com.5
5
54,900 Chicago Mail Order com

IX
234
IX
234
234 Sale
3634 Sale
15
1934

...

22 X

Sale

1934

20

34
34
234
234
134
234
234 Sale
38 34 Sale
10
1634
2534 Sale
2534 2634

34 July
8
July
2
154 July 25
2 34 July
1
3634 July
1
1534 July 24
22
July 29
20
July
8

34 July
234 July
July
July
July
July
July
July

8
8
25
24
25
24

154 July 29
1
July 24

254 July
1
July

30
24

2

10
30

34 Feb.
1

Mar.

18
4

54 Mar. 1
1
Apr. 27
Jan.

14

Jan.
Jan.

23
15

1534 Mar. 13

2

30

Chic Nor Sh AcMllw—
Prior lien preferred.... 100

170

3,900
20

3",520

25,400 Chicago At N W Ry Com..100
70 Chicago Rys part ctfs I...100
20 Chic Rap Tran pr pref A. .100
6,120 Chic Rivet Ac Machine cap..*

50

13,750
300
100

7,300

360 Chicago Towel Co

conv

pref *

163,200 Cities Service Co com
•
4,700 Club Aluminum Uten Co...*
1,620 Coleman L'p Ac Stove com...*

101,070

Commonwealth Edison

100

20 Community Pr & Lt $6 pref.*
160 Congress Hotel Co com
.100

For footnotes

see page




59.

0

134 Sale

""234

X
*

4)
68!

5}
30
*

234

34

14"' "is"" "1834

Sale"

9334
9554
134 Sale
34 Sale

95 34 'Sale

Sale

20

22

20

81

Sale

134

X

34
22

8034 Sale

3

10

3

" "l2""

"3"" "12"

14 34 July
95
July

134 July
34 July
20
July
77 34 July

1534 July" 18
95 34 July

2

July

34 July
20
July
8434 July

19

5
1
2
5

Jan. 17
154 June 28
Jan.

13
80

26
Mar. 7
Mar. 14
Jan.
3

H Apr.
1
34 May 6
1754 Apr. 12

Feb. 18
55i Jan.
8
_

1

July

24

34 Mar. 7
1934 July 18
99
May 17
234 May 27
54 Jan.
5
22

June 18

June 24
May
6
1334 Jan. 11

47
9

Jan.

2

85

May

6

9

10

Mar.

8

\

58

CHICAGO

AGGREGATE

SALES

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Low from

■

Since

July

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

—

STOCKS

July 311935
Par

3,600

-4«.

Consumers Co com

i

....

270

6% prior preferred A—100

100

7%

cum

100

preferred

Continental Steel com
*
390
Preferred.....—
—-100
9
98,700 Cord Corporation
153,010 Crane Co com ..,' y
---28
Preferred »
.100
7,574
60 Cudnh.v Packlne Co pref__100
49 Curtis Lighting Inc com.—.*
-—5
1,090 Curtis Mfg Co com
*
11,920 Dayton Rubber Mf<* com
Cum class A pref
35
3,915

32,250

24,250
120

1*
£ 5*
40

150

1

J"

X
X

X

:5 X

3%

X
334

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

"I"" Juiy"~9
8
July
July
234 July
1334 July
107
July

1734 Sale

9

.

93

Sale

103

95

334 Sale
1634 Sale

Sale

5

Highest
Sale Prices

"i"" July "9

Sale

32

105% 108

114

90

106

11 19
10 103
23
334
1 1734
2 115

July
July
July
July
July

29
29
30
31
29

105

2

"16"

2

24

%%/
8%

1

3

3
90

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

2

.

5,250
2,550

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1
Bid

..

13,800
32.300
1,380

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

July 1 1933
to

In

210

EXCHANGE

STOCK

Feb.

7

Jan.

29

2

Mar. 14

19
8 103

29
29
7

20

Jan.

Mar. 20

2

Mar. 14

7

83

Jan.

12

Jan.

10

2

Jan.

11

10

934
434
1534

7%

6

70

34 Jan.
4

106

Sale

2

4% Sale
14% Sale

34 Feb.
1
July
9
X Mar. 27

9
July
434 July
July

12

5
1
2

1134 July
534 July
1734 July

10
23
23

134 July 31
1934 July 13

134 July
1934 July

10
13

634 July

3

634 July

15

16
July
1334 July
2234 July

5

23
5
16

1834 July
1634 July
July

24
19
29

15

27
15
2
19
"

14

17

534 Jan. 11
234 May
9
834 May
8

July
July
4% Jan.
1734 July
115
.July
106 34 Feb.
2 >4 Mar.
1134 July
534 July
1734 July

31
29
4
5
10
23
23

Decker (Alf) Ac Cohn—

120

1,500

20

20

Common

10
100

...

Preferred.

„

5
*

3X
12

*0%

3,250

Dexter Co

(The) com

190 De Mets Inc preference

5,330
10,200
3,250

5,370
1,010
10,800
56,050
4,340
10,530

10

1,400
11,650
340
450

1,600

7,500

170

8%
9%

5

Gen Household Utll

*

2%

Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B___*
Class A

130A

com

*

com..

Hall

Printing Co

14,700 Heileman

50

com

"8%

450

2,050
1,400

60,650

260,360

250

8,100
1,450

470

760
20

Horders Inc

290

-

3",420

Hormel 8c Co

(Geo)

170

19,700
7,200

Illinois Brick Co

v t C.

3%
42%
9

aT.

*7
5

Preferred.

100

;

_

100

_

150
50

1,420

300

1,890

120

240

.

.

..

La Salle Ext Unlv

360 l.awbeck Corp 6%

-

,

cum

200

2,290

9,540
2,670
9,620
25,750

700

4,550
4,600
670

1,840
29,550
2,420
21,750
1,750
1,580

9,750
230

1,800
300
_

9,600

7,850

430

17% "18%

18%

16

39

18% Sale

50

34

60

28X

29

101
1

12

X
6

28

100

240

Sale

434 Sale
434 Sale
4
434
3334 Sale
40

20

2134 Sale
59

134

2,750

110

650

210

50 Mountain States Pr pref..100
730 Mosser Leather Corp com.

_*

com.

334

Preferred..

2,850 Nachman Springfllled com.*
2,010 National Battery Co pref

Sale

10

16
19
18
2

July

1

7% cumul preferred
100
21,800 National Gypsum A n-v com_5
20,450 National Leather com..
10

650

6

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

2
30
20
10
10
27
1

3534 July
3934 July
534 July

9
5
17

96

50

20
16
26

3534 July 20
74
July 20
734 July 25

34 July
30
July
34 July
634 July
634 July
134 July
21
July
434 July
434 July
2334 July
38
July

1434 July
1834 July
56
July
3434 July
1
July

40

July
July
134 July

103

18

990

6,050
1,750
55,960
6,900

'

200

12,850
150

,

100

1,100

com

*

National Union Radio com..1

Noblitt-Sparks

Ind Inc com.*

834 July

X

»

"~X

334 July

16
3

30

9

7

31
1

8
12

26
2

2

18
6
5
1

17

Nor Amer Lt A

Power com..l

23

23 Northern Paper Mills com..*

5,350
4,400

30,450 Notihwest Bancorp com....*
8,220 Northwest Eng Co com
I*
1,450 Nor West Utll pr lien pref. 100
7% preferred
2,130
....1«0

190

1,080

...

30

397 Okla Gas Ac El 7% pref
930 Ontario Mfg Co com

110

950

3,300

170

370

650

-

60

Convertible

-wwmi

v*u

6% preferred

FPF foofaotes fee page 59.




preferred."—I*

MJ8

VUUI*a«i .T

100

16

3
17
17
30
30
25
*
29
8

July

734.July
434 July
27

July
July
5
July
34
July
4134 July
5

16

July
2334 July
60
July
3934 July
1
July

25
19
22
22
17

3

934 July

23

4

July
1034 July
34 July

July
22
July
1034 July
1J4 July

6
31
24

34 July
34 July

1
25

34 July
34 July

46

17 X
15

6*
X

17

10*

%

3*
2%
3
2
1

.X

27

15

Jan.

30

1034 July
16
July
3434 Jan
634 Mar. 13
534 Mar. 13
60

Jan.

30

Feb.

11
21

834 Jan.

10

Feb. 20

5

x

34 July

10

34 July

Mar.

334 Jan.
1734 Apr.
Jan.

6

7234 July
22

Jan.
Mar.

85

Jan.

3

34 July
May

Jan.

1

26

X July
1
July

1*
2

July

2

234 July

2334

25

18

2434 July

18

7

—

6

7X

24
3

734 July
50

July

1
9

477H::

1

20

July
1634 July

15
26

7

July
4634 July
19

Sale

15

8

"

734
26

2233 Sale

"1734
9
Sale

14

July
July

12

734 July 22
2234 July
'

X

.....

13
1

1434
IX

•

34
1834 Sale
X
1

834 July 23
2634 July 30

IX
234
3034
31
X
X
18 X Sale
334
334
X
34
X
134
10
Sale

3

Sale

3434 Sale
•34

2034
334

3

34
Sale

334

10

4X Sale

634 Sale

Sale

1334 Sale

11

12

IX

.....

20

3X

5

Sale

7%

90

11

434
23

13

4X
25

1834 Sale
X
134
7

10

12%

5% Sale'
24

Sale

18

19

1

7

1%

6
4

Mar.

2234
34
2634
634

Jan.
Apr.
3
May 28
Mar. 19
Jan.
4

20
10

6
12

19

1

July
July

23
5

3

July

7
34 Mar. 29
Jan. 16
Apr.
5
Apr. 12
Apr. 29
Mar. 6
Mar. 12
June
5
34 Jan.

34
34
34
34
34
34
134

7

734 Jan.

7

96

30

50

20

July
July
20
July
16
July
23
July
2634 May

10
10
27
16

Jan.

24

X Jan.

24

Feb.

5

30

134 Feb. 15
7
Apr.
8
834 Apr. 12
4 X July 30
27
July 30
5
July 25
634 Apr.
9
34
July 29
4134 July
8
Jan

18

9

19

2334 July
July
3934 July
134 Jan.

22
5

Jan.

11

60

33

22

11% Jan.
634 May

9
7

June

18

July

31
24
31

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
June
Jan.
Jan.
1
July
X June
434 Jan.
X
X
34
%
34
34

5

Jan.
5
Feb.
7
Jan. 10
Jan. 31

7
20
16
26
4
2
8

14
23

May 28

25

May 20
134 Feb.
7
934 Feb. 23
50
July
9
7
Feb.
6

Jan.

5

1534 Jan.
14
July

29

20

June

12

20

Jan.

2

934 Jan.
2634 July

10
30

X Feb.
July
134 Jan.

25
23
7

Mar. 23

6

Jan.

3

25

22

Mar. 18

6

/

34 Mar. 30

34 X July

34 July
21
July
334 July
34 July
134 July
10
July
634 July
1434 July
22
July
8
July
92
July
1234 July

18
31
19
17
18
8
2
1
30
18
8
6
23
10

7534 Jan.
10
May 10

434 July
6
23
July 22

534 July 31
24
July 30

1834 July

20

3

June

3
27
27
19
23
29

1134 July 18
1934 Mar. 8
3634 Jan. 28
1834 July 31

May 28

1634
134
634
4234

34 July
18
July
334 July
34 July
X July
10
July
434 July
1034 July
16
July
334 July
92
July
1134 July

July

Jan. 10
July 30
Jan. 26
Apr. 24
July 16

1034 July
iX July

234 July
3034 July

1

734
834
1054
1534
834

22

July :
Jan.
34 Apr.

34 Feb.

1334 July
34 July

54

Jan.
May
May
July
July
July

4

134 Jan.

6

21

15

1334 Jan.

29

2434 July

11
13
29
19
18

51

2
8

334

29

Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar. 30

9

734
1134
2834
2334
2434

14

34 Jan. 24
27
Mar. 12
34 July
3
6
Feb. 25
5
Mar. 23
534
334
3%
1734

Mar. 21

9
3534 July
4034 May 24
6
May 28
43
May 24
35% July 20
74
July 20
7% July 25
40
July 30
103
July 13
234 Jan. 14

1534 Jan.

9

34. July 15
34 July 30

1
8

1334 Feb.
1834 Jan.

33

9

38

May 29
6
May 17
734 Jan.
2
1034 June 17
634 July
3

31

%

"234

25

56

3
10

July

2334 July

4

1

34
34

7

7

1$*

15

5

1
13

20

2

7%

Oshkosh Overall Co—
Common

7,700
1,270

-

100

July

X July

3
22
24
23

X

""34
%

733 Sale

6

7

Feb.

Jan. 21
June 21
Jan.
2
Jan. 15
Jan.
3
17
Mar. 13
1934 Jan. 23
534
2%
634
1534
17X

5

24

North American Car com...*

250 Nor Amer Gas & Elec cl A..*

11,250

1934 Feb.
7
1734 Jan. 26
May 16

25

834 Jan.
17

1X
7
1

Republic Invest TrustCumul. conv. pref

National Standard

30
13
22

34 July 31

Nat

190

2,200

234 June 11
13
334 May
9
734 May 17
20
Apr.
3

1934 July

13J4 Jan. 15
Apr. 29
1434 Feb. 26

10

Nat Klec Power—

30

1834 July 31

23

July
July

2834 July
3734 July
5
July

Sale

X
X
X

5

400

10,400

Jan.

12

X

20 H

5,100 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A

3X

134 Sale

2

_

750

820

1

19% July
3
May
434 Jan.
1834 Jan.

5

22

com
common

134

30
934 Sale

X
3X

290

60
Sale

39

16""

100

Monroe Chemical Co

Sale

2

5,250 Modlne Mfg

834 July
3634 July
1134 July
1734 July

20

100

150

200 Mohawk Rubber

Sale

16

8% Sale
5X
3X
33£

%
X

1,940 Miller 8c Hart Inc conv pref.*
Minneapolis-Moline Power
100
Implement common
*

12

26

30

*

120

134

634

—-

10X
15
15% Sale
54
56
34% Sale
X
1

...106

7% preferred A
6% preferred A

32

1

IX

7% Sale
1% Sale
19%
4 34
4%
5
5%
23 X
23 H
39
36%

lien..100

pr

3
19
16
11

Sale

Sale

... ...

Midland Utll 6%
7% prior lien

22
30
9

45

7

40

28

.

1,580

434 July
834 July
934 July

11
1
8
5

25

6

5X

X

Middle West Utilities com.

1,760

3
8
15

2734 July
7234 July
434 July
Sale
29
39% Sale
July
101
102% 103% 110
July
1
IX
IX
34 July
10
12
14%

in

Mickel berry's Food Prod coml

34,400
1,430

19
23
29

34% Sale
71
73%

--

"4%
%

July
534 July
9
July
26
July
2334 July
2434 July
54
July

534 July
8934 July
4434 July
17
July
12
July
20

23

34

6

72)4

65

22%

5

5

24%

1

9,800

—

37% Sale

Prior preferred
60 Metropol Ind Co allot ccfs...

80

—

Sale

McWilliams Dredging Co....*

23,200

200

Sale

10

38

5

$6 conv. pref.
A" iv...
450 Midland United Co com
530
Convertible preferred

Sale

18%

89% Sale
48
44%
17
13

19

...

,850

900

ox
100%

5%

26

5

8

1434 July

94

ox

6

Sale

ll*

July

2334 July

41

14% Sale

25

Manhatr-Dearborn Corp com*
Mapes Cons Mfg capital
.*

430

30

634 July
3634 July
1034 July

34

*

com

July
934 July

7%

Sale

•

Mer Ac Mfrs Sec cl A

8

34

Sale

10

com

434 July

11

7%

29

Loudon Packing common
*
Lynch Corp common ......5

McQuay-Norrls Mfg

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

10%
17%

OX

26

55.395 Marshall Field 8c Co com..
550 Material Service Corp com. 10

1,500

25

12
38

7

pfdlOO

McCord Rad & Mfg "A".
McGraw Electric com

15
10

9
54

Cumulative

i.ighr com
Lion Oil Ref Co com

50

54

434 Sale
834 10

.

Leath & Co common...___._*

Lindsay

21

51

6

preferred....*
147,140 Llbby. McNeill 8c Llbby ...10
21,100 Lincoln Printing Co com ...»
2,150
7% preferred
50

11,950
13,050

Sale

2334 Sale

4%

ox

..5

com.

22

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

pref 50

cum

j/

Sale

8

20

*

com

2334
734
234
734
23 34
2034

2434 Sale

*3X

.

12

Sale

35

25

6% preferred

20 X

10

2%

.

550

20

15

27

25

33

\l*

com

40,550 Ken-RadTube 8c Lpcom A. _*
22,900 Keystone Steel 8c Wire com.*
Preferred
1,800
100
15,400 Kingsbury Brewing Co cap.l
650 Kuppenhelmer cl B com
5

210

2434 30
734 Sale
334 Sale

—

10

Class B

12,120 Kentucky Utll

170

12X
13
22%
7X
8
3X Sale
8%
9X

"2ig

*

common.

24,900 Kalamazoo Store common..*
20,660 Katx Drug Cocom
.1
10
2,350 Keiloag Switchboard com

250

1834 Sale
1434 Sale
2434 Sale

7%
9X

-...-.

550

17 X
14%
23

4

Brew Co G cap—1

20,170 Iron Fireman Mfg Co
6,200 Jefferson Electric Co

5,940
1,800

16%
13 X
22%

...10

.

Illinois Nor Utilities pref. 100
4,200 Indep Pneum Tool v t c
1,490 Interstate Power 57 pref
ioo
$6 preferred..
-*

3,000

16

50

A.
200 Houdaille-Hershey class A..*

1,000

7
7

6X
20

6%

21%

380 Hibb Spencer Bartlett com.25

2,050

334.
634

16%

*

860 Hart Schaff 8c Marx com..100

_

13,050

16

7

5

330 Harnischfe<*er Corp com__10
5.355 Hart-Carter Co "out pref.

250

—

com

General Candy Corp A

58,770 Great Lakes D 8c D com
5,500 Greyhound Corp com

150

6

•
*

Ac Dredge Co com..

Gardner Denver Co

51.250 Goldblatt Bros Inc

12,350
8,300

m

134 Sale

2X
19%

8c Connell Dock

Pits Simons

1,350

IX
11
3

8,530 Eddy Paper Corp (The)—.*
5
44,310 El Household Utll Corp
15
17,160 Elgin Nat Watch Co

330

—

X

19%

30 Deep Rock Oil conv pref.—*

_

"

134
2634
34
1334
234
34
34

Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
10
July
3 X Jan.
534 Jan.
3

8
25
24
6
25
30
1
1
3
3

Mar. 12

1 34 Jan.

11
3

19

3
May
3434 July
34 Feb.
21
July
334 Jan.
34 Mar.
134 May
10
July
634 July
14 34 July
22
July
S
July
92
July

19

23
31
25
17
31
30
13
1

30
18
8

6
23

Jan.

9

434 May
8
2134 Mar. 13

534 Feb.
24
July

21
30

11

Jan.

20

34 Jan.
534 Feb.

1

June 21

8

Apr.

14

July

3
27

CHICAGO

AUG., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

1

6,450
1,100
5,650
14,400
2,150
8,150

100

1,200
2,500
1,150
1,000

Peon Gas 9c Elec A

12

Peoples Gas Lt & CokecaplOO
Perfect Circle (The) Co
•
Pines Wlnterfront

m

Potter Co (The) com........'

■37%

560

~

100

500 Reliance Internat A

140

14%

220

"¥,150
26,250
11,850
1,400

coot

100

480

Preferred..

.

...

900

Storktlne Fur

cona

Stutz Motor Car

500
60
640

1,370
650

2,650

50%

5H
1%
4%

,1*

103 %
14

29

15 % July
107
July

78

14
July 31
37% July 29
37
July 23
2% July
3

July
2% July

:

3

Sale

6

Sale

8

4 37%
11
39%
% Jan. 30
2%
3
1% June 25
2
4%
July
8
1
7
% Jan.
3
39%
15% Jan.
39 %
8
16% Jan.
3 105
61% Jan.
73% Jan. 22 115
2 135%
128
Jan.

Swift International.15

33%

7,550 Thompson (J R) com......25

5%
1%

1

6%
2%

16% Sale
16% Sale
33% Sale
6
3

6%
3%

27%
%
%
1%
9%

"% "l%
%
1

2%

1
1

%

2,710 Viking Pump Co common..«*

10%

voting

38

........*

19,210 Vortex Cup Co com......
Class A
5,400
3,750 Wahl Co com
36,100 Walgreen Co com..
....

%
1%
3%
1%
Sale

39%

1

39

Sale

19

35
Sale

34

27%

Sale

•

660
Stock purchase warrants..
2,420 Ward (Montgom) fit Co cl A.*
21,601 Waukesha tyotor Co com...*
*
6,060 Wieboldt Stores Inc com
16,200 Williams Oil-O-Matic com...*

139*
85%
16%
3

1%
30%
%
%
Sale
138%

Sale

17%
3%

1

75

16%
4

10% July
Sale
39
July
Sale
17
July
35
34
July
Sale
1 % July
Sale
27 % July
% July
137
July
73
78%
July
17
16% July
Sale
3% July

143*

19

Jan.

9

29

2

July

1

Mar. 14

4

7

1% Jan.
14% July

^,

31
8

3 103% June 27
14
July 10
10

29

14

10

2

Mar.

Mar.

5

Mar. 20

Jan.

8

14% May
2
31% Jan. 15

Mar.
May
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
% Mar.
1% Mar.
% May

5%
1 %
40%
%
%

20
27
12
14
13
15
23

1% July
% July
2% July

3
3
31

23

6% Jan.

16

13
26
11
13
29
23
~

it*Jan.

Jan.

28

11
31

11

2% July

31

2

Jan.

31

31

2

16

Apr. 26
3
26% June
July 23
127
30

4

Jan.

26

5

43

3

3% Jan. 14
2
Apr. 22
10

June

24
30
31

% Apr. 22
2
93% July

Jan.

6% July 30

19*

13
23

3

13% July
July
July
35
July
1% July
31
July
July
140
July
87
July
17% July
4% July

2
2
2

8

21
22
16

12

% Jan.
54% Jan.
25% Jan.

17% July"l9
17% July 18
33% July 18

July
% July

June
June
July
July
July
July

30
1

Jan.

1

July 18
9% July 25
July 25
6% July 31

1 % July

Jan.

20% July
95
Jan. 15 108% July
1
49% July
33
Mar.
July
11% Jan. 14 32
5% July
1% Jan.
5
Mar.
12% July

Jan.

8

3

13% Sale

17%
34%

•

Sale

% Sale
2% Sale

14 148
30
27

3&

July
6
Apr.
9
July
July 22
Apr. 10

42% July

20

73

5% July 23

Feb.
Feb.

9% Apr.

I*

13% July
15% July
31 % July

July
Apr.
Jan.

Jan.

100

.20

7,750 Utah Radio Products com..*
11,800 Utility 9c Ind Corp com
*
Convertible preferred....*
6,350

Feb.

133

20% July 30
29108% July
1
2 49% July 24
32
July 30
5% July 31
1.2% July 26
3
July
% July 15
2
July
July 10

July
5% July
1 % July
5
July

Mar. 19
Feb.

31

4

.

::

Sale Pric$
14
July

21% Apr.

3

71

8% Sale

Sale

Preferred...

73

94%

Sale

Sale

770

'90"'

Sale

5%

*8
it*

46

2

92%

Sale Prices

July 15 39% July 31
July 13 39
July 31
July
2 105
July
July
3 115
July
July
1 135% July
July
8 148
July
July 27 28% July
2
July 11
July 29
% July
July 17
1% July
July
2
July
2 14% July
July 30 103% July 30
July 10 14
July 10
July
5 42% July 29

42% July
22% July
3
July
12
July
2
July
% July
89
July
43
July

32%
5% Sale
12%
13%

%

"13%

non-

"51%

31

15%

Common

107%

25

12%

60

8,200

21

*

com

50 Util Pow & Light Cl A

4,450
1,400

Sale

17

45

25

pref

1%
13%

41

Sale

71

Sutherland Paper common. 10
25

Swift & Co stk

150

480

%

.*

1

18
43

90%

980 St Louis Nat Stockyards cap *
Standard Dredge con* pref.*
Common.

i*
12%
103%

2

"14""

2

*
1,650 Southern Union Gas com
1,350 Southw GAcK Co 7% pref.100
456 Southwestern Lt & Pow pfd. ♦

1

12%

Sale

101%

110
107
133 % Sale
132%
146
147
143
26 %
29% 27%

29

22%
2%
11%

660 Slayer Steel Castings com...*
370 Sou Colo Power A common.25

26,150
5,350
1,270
1,330
12,890
181,000
54,750

"16""

108
42

...........100

100 United Gas Corp common
450 U S Gypsum common.

2,050
1,600

*

*
3,080 Sears Roebuck 8c Co com
1,111 Signode Steel Strap Co pf.30
Common
1,930

60

9,050

28% Sale
1
1%
1
H
1%
12
12%

28

20

2 050

145

*

com

Preferred..........

1,860 Sangamo Electric Co..

40

20

108

17,200 Ryerson A Soos Inc com...*

510 Rollins Hoe Mills

150
210

Sale

orof.*

20

1,260
200

35

101
12

130

200

35

Sale.
103% Sale

8,220 Reliance Mfg Co Common. 10

10

360

Sale

39

Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

1%
39%

.

500

3

5
July
1
1% July 29
1% July 10
2
July
8

35

1

1

Highest

Highest

32% July

38
103

100

6% preferred
........100
7% preferred...
-.100
2,390
7.700 Quaker Oats Co com..
*
Preferred. ,.......100
2,640
1,100 Rath Packing Co com.
10
3,300 Raytheon Mftf Co com vtc 50c
2,700
6% preferred ▼ tc
—5
.

380
300

2%

Lowest

107%
132%

4 350

190

40

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices
12
July 12

Sale

36

......60

Common...

Ask
Sale

36% 38
2
1%
2% Sale

1%

43,300 Puh Serv of Norlll con^^^

1,950

600

1%

2k

k

9,300

8,350

Sale

2%

2,250

3,870

14
38

Prima Co common
...♦
550 Process Corporation com...*

"3", 800

350

12%
34

mm Sale

-3

com

Ask Bid

32

•

com...

July 31

July 1
Bid

Par

Shares

2,350

PRICES IN JULY

July 31 1935

Since
Jan.

July

59

EXCHANGE

Low from.
July 1 1933

STOCKS

SALES

STOCK

15

Jan.

8

Feb.

16

2% Mar. 18

July

10

75

Feb.

13

9% July
July
6% July
3% Feb.

25

3

18

Jan.

25
31

16
22

8
19% Jan.
Feb. 26
36

6% May 10
2
May 28
Jan.
5
% Mar. 29
% Jan.
5
2% July 31
1% Mar. 23
% June
5

52

13% July

23

May 20
July 26
35% June 13
3
2% Jan.
Jan.
3
31
Jan.
15
1%
143% May 22
June 19
92
40
19

17% July 11
4% May 14

Wisconsin Bankshares—

4,500
*

V.850
25,650

*
a

Common
*
25,950
1,050 Yates-Amer Macb part pref.*
7,300 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
8,150 Zenith Radio Corp com
*

2

%
9%
2%

No

par value.
New stock.

b The directors of the

Borg-Warner Oofp. have
authorized the redemption of 7,800 shares of pref.
stock (par $100) which, when accomplished, will
reduce the outstanding shares of pref. to 25,000
shares.
The stock will be redeemed on Aug. 31
next at $107.50 per share plus accrued dividends.




2%
%
10
Sale

2% Sale
%
54
11%
12
3 % Sale

2

July

x

2% July

1

3% July

31

'New York stock
2

Ex-dividend.

Adjusted for 100% stock dividend paid Feb. 20

«

New York Curb
Boston Stock

"

Cleveland Stock

paid

*■

Los Angeles Curb
Philadelphia StocK

Securities Exchanges on which
low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated
by superior figures in tables), are as follows:

24

934.
•4
Price

adjusted

to

100%

stack dividend

Dec.

29 1934.
The National

June 11

% May 23

/ Flat.
»

2

"9% "July" "9 ¥§"" Jul~y"29

21

St. Louis Stock

9 % May

1% Apr.

1
4

3% Feb. 23
% Feb. 15
July 29
3% July 31

12

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock

1935

Sales

July.

Shares

Jan. 1 to July 31

AGGREGATE

-

BOSTON

SALES
Since

Shares.
930
975
365
290

14,222
480

100
82

745

BONDS

July 311935

1,467

97,900 Amoiketg Mfg Go
.1948
10,000 Brown Co 5Hi
.......1946
5%s
1950
3,000
21,000 Chic Jet Ry 8c U S Yds 4s. 1940
5s
1940
4,000
147,000
92,900
25,300
14,750
1,500
2,000

set A

4 %• 1948

10
12

1934

1934

Series D 6s

55

.....1948

1

100

7,885
3,961

Prior pref .............100
Class A 1st pref stamped 100

983

90

1,195
402
1,240
457
693

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
100
Class D 1st pref stamped 100

69

600

2,891
495
1,686
1,316

982

July
July

13
12

45

Apr.
455* Apr.

101

62
67'A

61

63

66

69

61

July
July
July

65

75

73

29
2
12

63

July
685* July
July

75

Highest

6
8

Jan.

Mai

2
.

63 % Jan.
63
Jan.

73

49

29
11

June

31 109

49?/* Jan.
50

703* Jan.
553* Jan.

7
7 1045* June 21
Mar. 23

Jan.

16
15
12

Sale Prices

29

11
8

63

July

16

685* July 15
75
July 12
70
Apr. 30

65
.....

60

June 10

65

June

8

55

55

June

55

June

8

8

Par.

Preferred

24

53

40

-

92*
1%
4

15

124%
2%
19
87
111

654*

10
2

14
163*
130%
Sale
2%
21

11%
13*
33*

3

16

Sale

22

213*

92

90

113

116

Sale

68

Sale

Sale

95

4,211 Calumet Ac Hecla

1st pref class D
100
Boston Personal Prop Tr_.100

Boston Ac Providence
Brown ft Co

100

6% Cum pref. 100

Brown Ac Durrel Co common.

25

93*
1%
33*
153*
124%

113* July
2
July
43* July
163* July
132% July
2% July

July
Duly
July
July
July

2

11%
1%

Sale

Boston Ac Maine pref stpd.100
Common
100

120

8
12

108

1043*

70
70

65

40

88
90

65

5s

July
July

50
40

61%

556

20

53
60

35
35
60

STOCKS

327

127

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices
50
Mar. 28

45%

50

34

K C Mem & BIrm 4s

Highest
Sale Prices

32

50

325*

...

32

$137,650
1,073,250

Lowest

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

30

1948

Series C 6s Jan 1

352 Blgelow-Sanford CSarpet... *
295
Preferred.
.......lit
6,107 Boston Ac Albany........100
10,942 Boston Elevated.
.109

""155

1934

RANGE

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

.1948

Series B 5s

6,294 Amer 8c Continental Corp
*
10,799 Amer Pneumatic Service
25
3,527
6% non-cum preferred
50
First preferred
1,347
..._50
118,044 Amer Telep 8c Teletf...... 108
5,633 Amoskeag Mfg Co..
.....*

^10
~2",739

East Mass StRR

Shares.

"

July 31

PRICES IN JULY

Bid

28,000
8,500
5,000

Jan. 1 to

4,291,901

$

9,000
2,000

1935

$52,500
431,300

to

Jan. 1

July

Sales

July

431,522

Low from
July 1 1933

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Bond

1934

444,370
2,158,990

July

193* July
903* July
1103* July
65
July

7

26

Apr.
% Mar.

2

July 29
13 22
July 29
9 96
9 116% July 22
1 68
July 31

1%

183* Sale
83* Sale
5

1%
23%

Sale

8'

10

9

7

6%

8

12

9

7

8

9

Sale

4% July
25

July
8% July
73* July
12
July

183* July
8
July
73* July
83* July

"103* "14"
83*

123*

13

141

63*
1%

8
14

4%
1%
123*
33*

30
8
16
18

16

8%
13%
141

7
1%

—

-

—

-

—

-

-

-

145

1%

2

2% Sale

Feb.

m
&

July
May

Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
5% Apr.

14

July
83* July
13
July
143
July
X4. July
63* Juiy
% July

125

28

Feb.

18

19
11
15

Feb.

25

8

i!H
9

133*
153

Mar.

5% Feb.
1 % July

Feb.

93* July
July
July

Feb.

43* June
43* Apr.
6
Mar.
83* July
93* Jan.

8% July

4

July
9
May
7
July 30
8
8% July
July 16
July 18

3

93* July

73* July
8% July
12
July
83* July
13
July
143
July
6
July
1% July

Jan.

96
July 29
120% Jan. 15
68
July 31

Mar.

583* Apr.

9

7

_

25

14% Mar.
May

88

10

73* Sale

9

June 13

82

2

4% July

2
8

11% July 26
2
July
5
5% Jan. 25
12% Jan.
4
19% Jan. 26
98% Mar. 21 132% July 31
2
Apr.
3
4% Jan.
4

5
5
8
31
3

June 25
Jan.

3

83* Jan.
9

7

Jan.

21

4

2% July

1

4% Jan.

8

33* July

18

2% Mar. 15

July

11

Jan.

120

Mar.

33*

6
186,% June
2'% May 14

Cblc Jet Ry At (J S Y—

66

2,930
2,390
1,027
1,360
3,162
512

552
495
521
578
29

110
10

2,466
1,471

100

117

100

0% cum pref
26
Stamped Stock
200 Cont'l Securities Corp

1,021

186

5
35 Cont'l Secur Corp 5% pref 100
15,861 Copper Range Co
35
17,046 East Boston Co......
...10

8,946 Eastern Gas 8r Fuel Assn com
7,028
Cum Prior pref... 100
16,288
<>% Cum preferred..... 100
4,639 East Mass St Ry Co.
100
4,046
First preferred
...100
2.243
Preferred B
100

3,733
Adjustment
....100
3,305 Eastern SS Lines. Inc
283
7% cum 1st preferred...100
265
2d preferred
*
1,115 Economy Grocery Stores
•
23,062 Edison Elec Illumination. 100
13,052 Employers' Group Assoc T C*

15

4,266 General Capital Corp.
•
40 Georgian Inc (The) A pref_20

500

German Credit & Inv Corp—
868
25% 1st pfd allot ctfs
*

192

2,081

1

18

1,128 Gilchrist Co
20,492 Gillette Safety Rasor Co

♦
•

60 Hathaway Bakeries cl A...._
618 Hathaway'a Bakeries pref...*
100
Class B preferred..
*
3,536 Helvetia Oil Co tr ctfs....
1

25

100

i

23*
Sale

Sale
43

75c

83*
23*

Sale

99c

53*

6

983* 1063*

May
Apr.
Sale

3

I*
1

5

98
38
15

Sale

July
13* July
3
July
623* July

Sale

iB
eSB

43

o

Sale

July
90c
55c July
Sale
8% July
4
3
July
76c July
1%
Sale
5
July
106
100
July
41

15

383* July
15
163*
July
1513* Sale
1463* July
153*
15
1.53* Sale
July

30%

313*

"153* "163*
1493*

2 120

!*

79c

10

33*
13*

.....

315

117% July

_

Sale

33

3
18
31
26
1

10
17

16
5

31
3

19

11

33* Sale
15% Sale
13*
22

30c

12

20%

23

July
33* July
14% July

Apr.

July

60c July

23

July
3* July

Feb..

Jan.

102

Jan.

19
3

20% Jan.
154% July

24% Mar. 29
1

June 25

8
3

Apr. 10

1

13

July
4
July
16% July

16
15
31

1

23

July
3* July

1
29

2
Jan. 12
17% May
6
3* July 29
25c
Mar. 4

July
July

3
10

263* Jan.
95
Jan.

2% July

31

1% Mar.
26% June

61c

Apr. 10

123* Mar. 15

24

3

May

5
8

July
1% Apr.

19
17

13
July
4% Jan.
16% July

31

17

15
3
1

29

6

Apr. 29
July 11

40

Mar.

----

26

7

8
11

93* June 1
3% July 23
I* Jan. 23

Apr.
July
Apr.

Apr.

32

22

Jan.

May
Jan.

Feb.

3

123*
33* Sale
16% Sale

k

Mar.

Feb.

3

5
3

Jan.

683* July
503* July

Mar.

12

11

Jan.

Feb.

10

July

Mar.

17

Feb.

33* July
2% July
43* July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

12

60c July

31

July

32

2% May

16
2

4

Mar. 13

25

3* July 29
43c
Apr. 13

Hygrade-Sylvanla Lamp—
570
125

4,443
1,288

475

1,311 Int Hydro-Elec Sys cl A

Com stk Tr cert...._.._.*
Preferred
»
.

150 lnt'1 Button Hole Mach Co. 10
95 Island Creek Coal

7
320

37

25

6% cumul preferred

1

25

411 Llbby McNeil Libby
663 Loew's Theatres...

66

360

10

445

Preferred

25

5

1,789

1,334 Nat ServCocom she tr ctfs..1
13,400 New England Tel Ar Tel
.100




7
6
18

11,571 Mass Utll Associates v t c...*
5,247 Mergenthaler Linotype..... *

.

61.

116
55c

100

2,395
1,572

For footnotes see page

163*
1% Sale

35

33% July
105% July

106

.......100

1,963 Maine Central

151

Sale

163*
23* Sale

107

153*
1% July

1

1

.

2,882 Isle Royal Copper

14

33%

114
7
6

53*
Sale

1%
13*
253* Sale
10c

1053*

25c

Sale

eH
6
5

7*
Sale

53*

173*
1%

Sale

30

Sale

108^

19

115
July
51c July

6% July
6
July
5
July
173* July
1% July
253* July

115

July

70c July
7
July

6% July
5% July
July
1% July
30
July
19

5
2
2
26
26
12
31
31

110
50c
6

3 37
12 108

Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
June

53* Jan.
43* Jan.
113* Jan.
1

Feb.

25

May

July

5 110

July

12

5

May 13

17

si*
115

June 12
Jan.
3
Feb.

20

July

80c

5

Jan.

7

8% Apr. 12
6% Feb. 21
6% Mar. 5
Mar. 12
20
1% July 31
323* Jan. 14

Mar. 18

Sale" 105

Mar.

883* Mar. 201110

% Feb. 26
June 22

BOSTON

AUG., 1935]
AGGREGATE

BOSTON

SALES

July

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Shares
9

90 New River Co

107

700

8,689
21,611
1,265
3,903
3,906
3,574
23,107
8,931

36
494

300
288

3,791
520
5
750
807
580
250

2,776
2,854
6
419

998

'""368
797
409

7,123
761

1,015
16,712

45

8
279
-

«.

-

-

July 311935

1%

100

North Butt*..
Northern RR (N H)
Cld Colony

2.50

.....

20c
83

100

56
25c

SINCE JAN.

1

1,112
_

-

-

50

20

23c

25c

107

'69%

69

66% Sale

45c

65c

45c

12

13

17%

Pond Cr

.♦

10

15
14**
26% Sale
19% Sale

100

84

22% Sale
21% Sale
93% 99

25
100

Pocahontas Co..

cap

10c

6%

stock *

48
iVA

Stone 5c Webster Inr cap «tk

6 Sub Elec Secui Co 2d pref__*
--.25

7,231 Swift 5c Co..
9,424 Tor ring ton Co

....

....*

United Shoe Mach Corp—52
Preferred. ..............25

2

5% Sale

15%
85%

8% Sale

90

Sale

%
16

15

%
%
1%
80% Sale
38% 39%
%
%
1% Sale
%

50c

in

17%
2%
82%
38%
%

10

July

36%
4%

40
4%

July
3% July

20c
July
105% July
65
July
45c
July
13
July
22% July
19
July
94
July

5
3
July
2 78
July
8
4% July
6 23c July
8 108% July
18 68
July
3 55c July
10 15
July
6 27
July
30 21% July
3 94
July

50c

July 23
14% July 23
2
July
July
8% July

5% July 20
18
July 24
15% July 12
85
July
2

3
17
31
5
26
5
18
18
31
1
3

%

%
3%
Sale
Sale
%
Sale
1
2%

h.

15% July
%6 July
2
July
80% July
39
July
% July
1% July

10

103

10

11%

6

Feb.

July
July

July
16% July
2% July
10c
July
9% July

30c Feb.
1
6 108% July 26
72
June 20
June 17

Feb.

9

16 % July

16
18
25
31
24
31
24
4

10c
8

Feb.

13

Apr. 27
Feb.

19

12% Mar. 16
2% Mar. 14
18
July 24
14% May
9
69

Jan.

2

May
2
12% Jan. 18
% Mar. 7
1% June 21

16

July
% July
3% July
85
July
40% July
% July
2
July

5

July
July

3% July

25

70

9% July 20
25% July
8

July

Jan.

35% Jan.

2

7

11-16 June 27

1% July

2
25

7% July 22

5

May 11
July 17
8% Jan.
4

Feb.
7 55c
12
Apr.
4 21
17% Mar. 13 27
19
July 30 27
84
May
3 105

2

8% July 31
18
July 24
15% July
5
93
July 18

3
2
25 125

5
78

25c

1

120

23

9% July 20
25% July
8

16

Apr.

June

Jan.

31

Jan.

8
29

Jan.

1

June 18

86

20c May

2
17% May 24
% May 15
3% July 19
85
July 18
3
40% July
7
1% Jan.
2% Jan. 25

1
May 11
3
May 17
5 125% Jan. 23
-

7% Jan.

8

20
19
Feb. 20

14

6

Feb.

12% Apr.
5
35
May 11
2% Mar. 15
13% May 10
4% Jan.
3
25% July
8

20

Feb.

70

6%
13%
9%
25%

•No par value,
a Assessment paid.
r Cash sale,
a; Ex-dividend.
The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1 t933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables), are as follows
'
New York Stock
* New York Curb
3 New York Produce Exchange.




8

July

2% June
19c
Apr.
10
May
15% May
8% July
18
July
19% Jan.

Mar. 27
Feb. 15

4% Mar. 14
2

Sale

6

56% Apr. 23

50c
2

5% July

4

June

2% Feb. 26
20c
Apr. 16

15c

125

122%

4% June
73

% Jan. 22
13% Mar. 14

60c

21

30
»

1%

18

\*

11

...

Sale Prices

%

1

J*

96

V'*

Highest

Sale Prices

10c

"8% Sale"

„

60c

System Inc
•
268 Waltham Watch class B com •
Preferred...
10G
235
Prior preferred......... 100
*
9,413 Warren Bros

.*

%
47

*30%

1,912 Waldorf

*
*

9%

10c

9%

%
13%■ Sale
1%
2

20c

9

12c

650 Venezuela Holding Corp
*
538 Venezuela Mexican Oil CrplO
348 Vermont 8c Massachusetts 100

Conv preferred
170 Warren (S D) Ac Co com
20 Wilson Jones

13c

15%
84%

Utah Apex Mining.........5
Utah Metal 5t Tunnel.
..1

50

2

35

300 Union Copper Ld 5c Min Co 25
2,623 Union Twist Drill..........5
United Founders Corp com.l
United Gas Corp
1

15
2%

14%

1%

56c

40c

50c
8

Lowest

Sale Prices

5

12

..

Highest

Sale Prices
74

4% Sale

Pennsylvania RR..... ....50

Old Dominion Co..
Pacific Mills

931

-

RANGE

Lowest

Ask

5%
Sale

107

100

..

100,666

4
4

4,932 Oulncy Mining Co
..25
1,562 Reece Button Hols Mach..l0
10
3,398 Reece Folding Mach Co
1,907 Shannon Copper Co.......10
15,834 Shawmut Asan T C....

9,020
1,006
48,663
4,442
10,426

July 31

Ask Bid

24 %

..100

328 Prov 5c Worcester Ry

11,824

July 1
Bid

....--100

com

Preferi ed

NYNHft Hartford

313 Spencer Trask F'd

-

PRICES IN JULY

1933

Par

1,096
2,196

»

July 1

61

Since

Shares

m

EXCHANGE

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

STOCK

Jan.
7
May 10
July 20

July

8

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE
Stocks

1935

July
Jan. 1 to July 31

54,264

—

339,861

—

July--

27,841
324,795

BALTIMORE

Jan. 1 to

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

Bond

1934

Shares

—

Sales

1935

July 31-

1934

$105,500
1,612,600

$216,200
1,089,903

•

— —

-

—

July 1 1933

SALES

RANGE

PRICES IN JULY

SINCE JAN.

1

Since
Jan. 1

July

July 31 1935

$

100 4a Dock Loan...........1961
100 4a School House
1961
100 4s Burnt Dlatrict
1960

9,200

200 4s Harbor Ser

1,000
9,000
5,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
5,000
4,000
1,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
4,000
192,000
1,000
43,000
87,000
1,000
17,000
1,000

8,000

8,500

47,500
79,000
195,000
85,000
75,000
185,000

13,000
10,000
2,000

Shares
100

Dlv 1st 5a
lat 5s certificates

293

145
8

102

500
75
115

787
327
144

•

71

3,376

109

12

Feb.
Feb.

Jan.

29 108

Apr.

July
Apr.

12
1

30

Feb.

1 100

19

Feb.

19

Feb.

.

.

_

_

12%
11%

.1942

16%
1

103

Income 4a (flat)
Income 4s ctfs
First 4s (flat)

l\\%
36

27

48

48

June

Apr.
Mar.

35

13%
48

14

48

8

48

July

8

%

>&

11%

11%

Jyly

...1949

7
7

1949
1941

|H

1941

10 K

12%
10}*
5%
5%

Sale

3

}* July

8

July"8

Vh July
% July

1949
1949

July
July
July
July

12%
%
%
12%
12 J*
5%
6

8

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

7c

U%

10c

20

10c
Sale

18

20% Sale
24%

10c July
195* July
23% July

Feb.
Apr.
May
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.

28

Mar. 15

80

25
3
1
28
f~
:

June 24
Mar. 28
Jan. 19
Jan.

9

10c July 30
21% July
6
July
9

30
"
23

24

10c Feb.

15}* Mar.

7
9

Mar.

5

8

4

IS
nl*
1

com

1

303 Hfrs Finance common
1st preferred
2,475
15
Second preferred..... ..15
1,126

15% Sale

Sale

U4%

Sale

*

23
85
22

455*

104
100
91
9c

11% July
1
15%
31
July
1 33
1145* July
5 116%
47% July 30 48
115
July 26 115

76

Sale

Sale

76
113
113

1135* Sale

113

83% Sale

113 %

113% Sale

112%
113% Sale

113

7%
8%
8

July

%
6
10

1%

6%
11
16

ii'A
82

Sale

34% Sale
8
8 SA

ft
4

8

July 31
July
6
July 15
July 20
July 26

85

8

81%
32

335*
85*

16 113}* July

16

85
July 10
114% July
2
113% July 15
113% July
2
July
6
July 24
11
July
6
9
July 29
12
July 26
16
July
8
85
July 12
345* July
2
8% July 17
8% July 17

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

5

15H

July

Jan.

4

2% Jan.
Apr.
75* Jan.
23% Feb.
Ill
Apr.
47}* July
115
July
295* Jan.

25
1

14
25

17
30
26
15

6*

Jan.

2

2954 Jan.

113% July

10

Fidelity A Guar Fire Corp. 10
Finance Co of Am class A...*
Class B..—......i......*

11% Sale
31

112

100

July

30

11%

1

Emerson Bromo Salts A. ..2.50
Fidelity A Deposit
20

20
8

4

2%

100

1st preferred

Mar.

%
%
10%
10}*
%
%
11%
10%
2%
1%

Feb.

48
July
8
106% June 21
52% Mar. 15

1% Feb.
8
1 % Jan. 26
20

Feb.

20

Feb.

2
4

1% Jan. 26
1% Feb.
5
20

Feb.

1

19

Jan.

30

5% July
6
July

3
16

Par.

„_10

Preferred

Jan.

80

H

31

Feb. 20

43

Jan.

37

Apr. 26
Mar. 26
Jan.

7% Mar. 12

106% June
50
May

80

1949

I

July

106%
33%

2

95
4
25
12-

17% Feb.
5% Jan.
7% Mar.

6%

15

Mar

49% June 28
10% May 28
15% May 28
35
June 27

95
4

5

3

Feb.

111%

June

35

15
4

2)

30

36

18

2

Feb.
Jan.

39% May

Mar.

65%

.1949

85

Feb.

35

9

5
16

34

10% May
15% May

1

Funding 5s (ctfs)......1936
First 6a (flat)
1st 68 ctfs (flat)

10

20

17% Feb. 18

11% May
80% May
33% Jan.
39% May

45

1933

105 Home Credit Co pref..—Iso
24,432 Houaton Oil preferred....100




July

Mar.

6s

Vor footnotes see pake 63

3 108

15

38 Humphrey Mfg Co com.....*
70
8% cum preferred
.25

1,524
347

20 107
20 107

20

Feb.

101

100

July

18% Jan.

1942

4

Mar. 12

Apr.
3
Mar. 13

926 Davison Chemical Co.......*
2,254 E Porto Rican Sugar com
1
Preferred..
1,773
1
500 Eastern Sugar Assoc com
1
75
Preferred..
1

50

June 12
June

11

1,527
7% preferred...
.....25
8,700 Consol Gas E L A Power....*
2,017
6% preferred ser D
.100
581
S%% pref ser E
.100
2,795
5% preferred....
..100

1,680
5,164
3,316
1,871

June

Balto

1,062 Commercial Credit pref B..25

1,499
1,597
369

5 107
7 103
12 110
4 108

Jan.

5

107
107

70

6^8*......,....—..^1962

b%%

105

110

107

31,340 Black & Decker common...
6,339
Preferred..
25
1,097 Ches Ac Pot Tel of Bait pf..l00

460

Jtily 17
May 17
May
6
Apr. 13

13

45 Autoline Oil pref

10

20 112
May 17 109

106}* Mar.

104 h
80

Century Parkway Corp 6sl956
Consol Coal ref 43*s'ctfs>1934
1st 5s ctfs.....
....1950
Consol Gaa lat 5a
1939
Davisoh Realty Co 6s
1940
6s ctfs (flat)
1948
Ga & Ala Ry 1st cons 5s ctf '45
Ga Caro & Nor 6s ctfs... 1934
Ga Marble Co 1st 6s (flat) 1950
Gibson Island 6s..1.
1936
Inter-Ocean Oil Co 1st 7s '35
Lake Roland 1st 5s...
1942
Maryland EIRy6}*s (flat) 1957

12 Commercial Credit
2
5% % preferred

Jan.

Feb.

103% Mar. 25 103% Mar. 25

1,173 Baltimore Tube common.. 100

12

June 24

June 24 120
5 106

Jan.

103%

68

199

120
106

107
109

June

2,700 Appalachian Corp
*
23,977 Arundel Corporation.—..1*
2,688 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)
An

1,958

Mar. 27
109% Mar. 27
109}* Mar. 27 109% Mar. 27
106
Jan. 16 114
July 20
107
Feb. 20 112
July 11

Mar. 12 109

122

10", 488

9
13

1953

STOCKS.

195

7

July
Apr.

...1953

Nth

1st 4s ctfs (flat)
80,000 Wash B & A 5s flat
(Md.) 5% tr ctfs.
129.000

4,246

17

Jan.

7
20

Feb.

108

1954

4%% (certif8)
4}*a

BaIto Trac Co-

Shares

July

—.....1957

273,000

32,000
2,000
20,000

17 112

Apr. 13

12
15

109

6% (certificates).
1933
Norfolk St Ry 5s
1944
North Avenue Market 6k). 1940
Richmond Dairy 1st 6s. 1944
United Ry
& El funded 5a
37 *000
(flat)
........... 1936

"6",O55

20
11

Jan.

12

Feb.
Jan.

20
15

1942

serial

,

112

July
July

July
July

Jan.

105
110
98
109

1,300 3}*s New sewerage impt..1980
1,000 Atl Coast Line Conn 5% ctfs
Bait Spar Pt & Chea—

17,000
22,000

112

20 114
11 112

106}*

1949

300 4s 2d Water serial
aer

9

Feb.

106
106
108

13
29
20

1948

2,500 4s 2d Water serial..,

water

9 111% July

July

114

93
93
109

1944

100 4s 2d

111% July

95
120

1951

100 4s 2d water

"11

108

94

300 4s Public Park Impt..
1955
Loan.—.....1951
600 48 2d School serial..
..1948
600 4s 2d School Loan.......1947

i

11 112% July

109)
109)

2,800 4a Paving

500 4a 2nd School (cpn)

110}* May
Mar. 14 111% June
116% May 20 116% May
June
104}* Jan.
4

110 H

..1951

700 4s 2d Water Serial
400 4s 2d Water Serial....

112% July

93
94

1956

200 4s Jones Falls

700

Highest
Sale Prices

108

93
97

3,500 4a Annex Improvement
1954
2,900 4a Annex Improvement
1951
11,000 4s Art Museum (cpn)_.__1953

000

Lowest
Sale Prices
106
Jan
5

93

3,000 4a Water Loan
1958
100 4s Harbor Ser...........1957

300

Highest
Sale Prices

116%

...

1,800

Ask

93

1,000

400

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31

Ask Bid

108

1,400
2,300
200

July 1
Bid

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—
4s Conduit
1962
4s Conduit
.—1958
4» O B coupon....^.....1962
4a Sewerage Impt
1961

7

53

2

110

1115*
109%
10454
%
3

Jan.

May 21
4
Feb.
2
Jan.

8%

8% Sale

27

9% July

10

5
16
6

Sa}le
%

% July
July
% July

26
1
30

5* July
8% July
1
July

1
12
1

3

Jan.

4

July
8
Apr.
1
July 31
July
6
Mar. 26

July 20
July 26
Jan.

26

May
2
May
1
July 10
June

10

July
July

15
2
4

Mar.

Jan.

July 24
July
6
July 29
July 26

.

6% July
July

25
4

25

26

15

Mar. 19

Feb.

8

2

July
July
July
July

12
2
17
17

41% Feb.
22% Jan.
6% Jan.
8
5

11
2

June 20
14

Feb. 27
Mar. 16

Mar. 16
4
5* Jan.
55* May 15
% June 13

16

% Sale
6

7
18

.Tan*

11

5

75C

Feb.
June

June 10

5% Feb

9% Jan.

7%

r

11
May 23
Jan.

June 28

Mar. 16

Apr.

5

Jan.

9

Jan.

8

AGGREGATE

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Since

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

STOCKS

July 1

July 31 1935

2

1

....1

1

182

*

21

Monon W Penn PS 7% oref.28
322 Mortgage Bond & Title com.*
133 Mt Vera- v* oou t Mills Com 100

12%

20

Preferred-..
100
1,247
27,911 New Amsterdam Casualty. 5

4,113

19%

B

Merch &

Miners Transp..

212%

108

Icom A...10

50

Sale
Sale

Sale"

'

24%
22%

22

Sale

~~8% Sale"

40% Sale"
9% Sale

2H

Central Ry.-....50

180 Seaboard Comm

_

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

July
22% July

1
8 i
1%
24
23 210
21
11
15%
26

1% July
July
9% July
97% July
75
July
11
July

18
18
31
27
10
9

2
July
2
2% July
2
July
1 215

1% July
1% July
212% July
July

20

July

1

18

75

Sale

70

Sjale

V"

41

40

July 22
7% July 11
97% July 27
70
July
1
11
July
9

18
22

6

Mar. 18

88% Mar. 11
53

Jan.

11

July
9
Apr. 23

The

value.

National
'

10%

10% Sale

Sale

Securities

Exchanges
* New

Jan. 1 to July 31....

BONDS

1,000
2,000
421,000
39,878
5,000

Am Tel 4 %s

83

6,121

"%369
210
245

1,043
894
804

"""326
969

11,908
13,070
1,436
20

465

2,231
145
698
584

270

1,562

1,625
2,600
2,005

100

98

766
No

par

20

6c Feb.

11% June 18

Feb. 21

93

May 24

32 % July

June 24

25

1934

$61,600
896,425
SINCE JAN.

1

*

.1981

PennPr&Lt4%s

1st 5s...

1

Sale Prices

107% Feb. 28 107% Feb. 28
115

14

13%

Sale

13% July

Elec Pow Co

5%s ,.*972

12

14% July

2

31%
40%
99%
105%
27

25

20

30

25

104%
110%

112% III % July
111% July

112

111% 112

109

100
*

2

July

3 112% July
10 111% July
5 109

19
10
5

July

89%

34%
106%
110%
110%
108%
105%
108

100

29

Jan.

5

Mar. 26 31%
Mar. 26 40%
Apr. 24 99%
May
9 105%
Mar. 13
25%
June 11 34%
Feb. 21 106%
May 11 113%
Jan. 18 111%
Mar. 12 109
Jan. 11 107%
Jan. 22 110%

Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Jan.

29 115
21

103.7 Mar.

1951

U S Treasury 3s

Jan.

May
8
May 18

Jan.

20
Jan.
4
100.4 Jan. 17 101.15 Mar.25
99.16Feb. 28 99.16 Feb. 28
103% Jan. 17 103% Jan. 17

48%

*

12

12

-

1967

STOCKS

*
20,887 Budd Wheel Co
50
3,820 Cambria Iron
9,086 Electric Storage Battery--100
1,109 Horn 8c Hardart (Phlla) com.*
1,698 Horn 8c Hardart (N Y) com..*
12,539 Insurance Co of N A..;. ...10
17,444 Lehigh Coal 8c Navigation..*
50
9,026 Lehigh Valley
1 Minehill & SchuylkHaven-50
25
1,071 Mitten Bank Sec Corp
Preferred.....
25
10,879
*
119,503 Pennroad Corp vtc
50
68,506 Pennsylvania RR
6,298 Penna Salt Manufactur'g-50
203 Phlla Dairy Prod pref
..25
*
5,575 Phila Elec of Pa J5 pref..
25
25,699 Phlla Elec Pow pref
_*
1,521 Phila Insulated Wire
50
3,302 Phila Rapid Transit
4,244
7% preferred
.58
2,799 Phila &. Reading Coal & Iron*
50
8,463 Philadelphia Traction

33%
5%
109%
3
«

ctf of deposit
117
618 Scott Paper
.*
Series A 7% preferred..100
126

Series B 6% pref.......100

307,458 United Gas impt cooi.;.;^
Preferred....
*
12,370
100 U S Dairy class B
*
40 West Jersey & Seash RR..50
1,392 Westmoreland, Inc.... ..._•
.*
2,022 Westmoreland Coat
...

..

16
2

30
51

43%
97

23

66%
6%
7%

67%
6%
8

%

21%

ias
ii

90

29%
v

19%
'

3

*

ilB

18

29
25
24
31

June 11

Feb. 21
Feb. 25
Jan. 19
July
5
Feb. 25
.Tune
1

1 103.25June 24

1

2%
22%
94%
13
113%
33%
22%

1
1%
Sale
Sale
Sale

"67% Sale"

July
July

2
17

"47%

July
96% July
25
July

27

43
96

37%

19

Sale
Sale

%
%
1 %
22%

July
July
July
July

11
2
5
8

Sale

94

July

3 102
15
16
10 113%
5 34%
29 22%
2
23
4
27
2%
11
14%
6

%
1

2%
26 %
102

%
1 %

15
July
15
13
15
114% 112% 113% 112% July
33% July
Sale
34% Sale
21 % July
23
23% 21%
1% July
2
1%
2
2%
3% July
3%
4
3% Sale
2
1% July
2%
2%
2%
13
July
13% Sale
12%/ 13%

o

7

%
1 %
2%
27%

10

65%

68

67%

Sale

66% July

20%
%

22

22%
%

Sale

20%
%6
%
3%

A®
*

82%

51%
6%
4%

13

21

Feb.

51% Mar.
5% May

.

12

18

10

Jan.

40% May
81% Feb.

68% July

11

56

Mar.
Jan.

113% Jan.

42% Jan.
15

51

Sale

J4

4

M

4%

14% Sale
104% Sale
60
6
10%
7% Sale

4

Sale

July 20
July
2
July
3
July 23

22%
%
%
.4%

July 31
July
2
July
2
July
2

Mar. 20 112
24
18% Apr. 11
Feb.

14% July
103% July
% July

July
2
22 16
1 107% July 16
% July 20
20

60

9%
10%
5% Sale

9% July
5% July

12
31

10% July
7% July

2
1

15

% Feb. 16
3% Mar. 14
3

15% Sale
106% Sale

Mar.

1

10
3

Apr.
1
Jan.
7
July 24
July 31
June 26

June

7
9
16
19
3

7
23
2
8
31
31
31
16
8
31
9
8

2
3

7
30
11
8
15

May 22
% May 17
1 % Apr. 27
6% Jan.
3
5
Jap. 15
16
July
2

9% Feb. 20
87% Feb. 28 107% July
% July
% July 20
Mar.
60
Apr.
9 62
10% June
6% Feb. 21
9% Feb.
5% July 31

Ex-dividend.

National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 11933 were made (designated by
*
New York Stock
* New York Curb.
t Low price not including cash or odd lot sales

June

9 49% Jan.
4 100% May
5 25
May
19 69% July
20
7% May
13
11% Jan.
23 50% May
1% Feb.
25
1% Jan.
14
27
2% Jan.
12 27% July
25 102
July
12
15
July
3 113% July
6 34% July
6 25% May
4
Jan.
15
6
6% Jan.
21
4% Jan.
15 22% Jan.
20
17% Jan.
5 68% July
19 121% Apr.

109

%

2

3%

2

Feb.

5% Mar.
50% May
% Apr.
July 12
% Mar
July 10
1% Mar.
July
2
17% Mar.
July 31
70
Mar.
July 31
12
June
July 16
July
8 103% Jan.
31% Mar.
July
9
19% Feb.
July
2
July
6
1% Mar.
July
5
3% Mar.
1% June
July 22
12% Mar.
July 12

105
95

17%

Apr.

11

31

11

5

9

July
8% July

6% July

67

30

69% July

July
6% July

3

Sale

8% Sale

7

"31

16
1

33

114% Apr. 18 120
5%
3% Mar. 15
23
Mar. 15 37%
6
2% Mar. 20
42

47% Sale
96% Sale

24

,g*

July

23% July

42%
95

15%
34%

2

18

July

51

68
2

12

July

July
4% July

6

25

38% July
15
July
1 118
, July
5% July
19
3 37% July
6
July
10

July

33

40

35

35

4% Sale

33%

1,455 Tacony-Palmyra Bridge...."
1
20,735 Tonopah-Belmont Devel
1
25,441 Tonopati Mining
........50
14,644 Union Traction
Certificates of deposit

36
37% Sale
36% Sale
13
13
14%
15%
14%
116
Sale
116% Sale 118
3%
4% Sale
4% Sale

34

«

.




26
26
24
9
26

Par
...

x

Highest

Sale Prices

100

Phila Elec 1st & ref 4s.>.1971
Phlla

Ask

Ask Bid

13

20
i

(Pa; 1st s f «s.l9t>6
.............1966

Registered
4%s

Lowest
Sale Prices

39%
99%
75%

Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s —1943
Phiia & Rd Coal & Iron 6s '49
Phil* Elec

Highest
Sale Prices

99.16

2003

5s

*
19,512 American Stores.
4,382 Bankers Securities pref....50
100
10,540 Bell Tell Co of Pa pref
16,293 Budd (E G) Mfg Co
•
Preferred
100
506

value,

14

Lowest

July 31

July 1

'SSg

2003

Lehigh Valley 4s

563

39,589
1,409

21

80

RANGE

99.4

1952

2%s
1952
Lehigh Nav series A 4%s.l954

27

•

lp35

105
103
12
12

*

Certificates of deposit
Home Loan 3s

8,000
6,000
5,000
2,000
1,000
39,000
1,000
2,000
63,600
2,400
2,000
8,000
30,000
35,000

"""127

'""273

1939
1948

Bell Telephone 5s

Elec 8c Peoples tr ctfs is. 1945

Shares

1,608
3,353

June 28

1% Feb. 23

1935

PRICES IN JULY

Bid

400

The

July 31

$

685

Jan.

8

$242,540
2,128,142

July
Jan. 1 to July 31

XLow from
July 1 1933

Since
Jan. 1

3,312

6

to

In

Shares

5% Jan.

15

STOCK EXCHANGE
Bond Sales

65,800
195,402

289,771
1,791,093

PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

July

1,000
1,000

Jan.

11933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables). are as follows:

1934

1935

Shares

"7~, 900

21

5c Mar. 21
4

44% Apr. 22
9% July 31
97 % July 27
75
July 10
11
July
9

28

on which low prices since July
York Curb.

Sales

July

59",000

1
3

10% July
92% July

10
1

24

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA
Stock

$

9% July
July

92

92%

19
23
24
26

■*.

New York Stock.

AGGREGATE

2% June
July
May
22% July
28

5c Mar. 20

lc

2%
65

764 Western Md Dairy Corp pref*
20
515 Western National Bank

158

No par

3

June 28

8

Sale Prices
2 % June 20

25 215

% Jan.

2,580 United Rys & Elec Co com.50
2
82,084 IJ S Fidelity <8c Guar

280
*

15

Mar. 19
Jan.

1% July
July

5

10

Preferred

Jan.

40

,

304 Standard Gas Equip pref 100

13,346

1

Highest

Mar. 7
Jan.
8
5c Mar. 21

27

30

25

1% July

71*
11*

246 Northern

Lowest

Ask

2c

•
3,361 Penna Water 8c Power
Preferred _-„_........_...5
108

25

554

s

25

2,436
4,079

107

2

)

2

I
50

aer

54 Mercantile Trust Co

3

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

July 31

Ask Bid

Bid

23,213 Maryland Cat Co
Junior cony pref
50,513

19

879

J,!';,.

to

July

476

63

EXCHANGE
PRICES IN JULY

Low from
July 1 1933

BALTIMORE

SALES

2,053
3,571

STOCK

BALTIMORE

Aug., 1935]

superior figures in tables), are as follows;

16
20
9

15
27

Cleveland Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK
Stock Sales

1935

July

Shares

Jan. 1 to

July 31

AGGREGATE

BONDS

July 311935

Jan. 1

%

1,000 Firestone T & R

8hares
150

Preferred

103

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

July 31

July 1

Ask Bid

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

i*$

Sale Prices

Ask

*89

103 K Jan.

-

2

Sale

"I§% "Sale"
38

...100

40

5%
55

.*

iv.r::'.r-35 (b)Bessemer Limestone A...*

6
u0

.....

IK July

55

5

18"" July "3

25% Sale
39% Sale
5 % Sale

39

July

5 h July
55
July

60

30
3
20

2

725 (a)Byers Machine A

30
24
20

39% July
b
July
55
July

4

55

16 %

100

3,265

6

Cleveland Elec III b%

151
45

98b

"17%

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

112

114% 114%

*

5%

100

~62%
62%

Sale

58%
58 K
10 %

'l2%

Sale

10

2,088

Cliffs Corporation V » C

3~l08

5

•

4,128

25
10

1,050
2,083

Non-voting........
Dow

Sale

...1

15H

Chemical........

102

Preferred......
100
11 (a) Edwards (Wm) 6% pref. 100
4,081 Elec Controller ft Mfg..
*
380 Enamel Products.
*

"7b'l

104

115

—

115%

.....

31

36

52

6%
31%

9
33$*

33

215

41

43

46

51

94

Foot® Burt

1%
5%
8K

•

365 Fostoria Pressed Steel......*

220 Gen Tire & Rub 6% pf_-100
1,215 (a)Geometric Stamping...__*
134 Goodrich

(BF)

*

v

Preferred..

*

2
95%
6%
10%

7^

Bros

Cooperage ......*

-

160

1,011 Harbauer..

..._.*

...

1,913 (a)Harris-Seybold-Potter _._*
•
3,957 later lake SS
3,858 Jaeger Machine............*

230

.......

1,455
15
25

530 Kaynee Co..

3,652 Kelly Island L * T
775 (e)Korach (S) Co

451

17%

3

7%
69 %

13%

%

Lamson Sessions
*
383 Leland Electric............*

3

12

1,754

1,730 McKee (Arthur G) B._
♦
•
3,263 Medusa Portland Cement
3,484 Metropolitan Paving Brick..*
67
Preferred..............100
100 Midland Steel Products.....*
310 Miller Wholesale Drug......*
2,188 (a)Mohawk Rubber
,.--*
5,703 Murray Ohio Mfg
*

15

430 Myers (F E) Bros Pump ....*

61

70
246

60
7

"""25

560

1,830
1,070
6,464
1,142
9,332

"""78
306

4,241

National Acme.

.

...IS

....

(f)National Carbon pref. .100
National Jtaflnlng
25
Preferred. ............ .100

National Tile
_....*
225 National Tool common....50
18 National Tool preferred
50

221

♦
4,297 Nestle LeMur "A"
4,619 Nineteen Hundred Corp A..*

1,532

5,998 Ohio Brass B....„....,..^.w.*
793
Preferred.....
100

1,100
97

100 Otis Steel
981 Packer Corp...

100

150

*

.....

II..II*

20

4,925 Patterson-Sargent. ........*
280 Peerless Corp..............3
13,907 Rlchman Bros.............*

1,744

100 River Raisin Paper Co
152 (a)Robblns &Myers v t c
13
>

For footnotes

1,159

19%
4%

4

22

9K

8
75
Sale
1

5

16%
5

19

"25% "28"'

Sale

12%
21
6%

Sale
4%
6
70
85
13%
15

3K
4

14

see




page

65.

v t

"23

4

6
141

6%
142

1%
K

6
60
2K
2%

3%

5K

79 K July

23

3% Sale
1
2

25

26
6
7

Sale
Sale

11%
6%

-

12

25

27

IK
Sale

Sale

K
53

May

%

8

C..._I;.I.*

2%

18

Mar. 20

8

7

97
Mar. 14
1% Jan. 17
10

Feb. 21

45% May

7

Mar. 19

86

Feb. 11

14

Apr. 18

72

27

Jan.
Jan.

14
14

July

1
14
17
6

50

18
102

20
12

69% July

18

107
23

11

Jan.

12
2

Jan.
Jan.

7

Jan.

24

5
5

5% Apr. 13
8%
140% June
5 145
7%
2% Mar. 29
65
50
Jan. 23
1% Jan.
4
4%
K
% June 22

July 24

24

5

July
56
July
4% July

5
24
25

2

3
July
29% July

24
24

3

26 % July

31
2
19
26

~"2% "Jul"y"~5
July

24 % July
July
8 % July
6 K July

104

30 105

July

19

8 % July

24

7

July

July

2

27

July

27

52% July

"30

55"

July

*18

24

%
2 K July

5

3% July

13

6% June 14
Feb.

8 K July

3

17

Apr. 26
July 27
Jan. 11
July 16
July 12

13
K June 26

3% Feb.

8

8

3

4
26
June 18

12%
8%
2%
16%
33%

3

July
July

Jan.
6% Jan.
July

4
14

52

30

51
2

16

July

3% Mar. 13

45

16% July

July

13

Jan.

18
9% Jan. 12
75
Apr.
2
15
May 20

Jan.

33 K July

7

23

July

10

9

"8% July'

Jan.

5

2% May 23
4%
May 16

July
July
July
July
July
July

June 21
June 19

Apr. 23

28

June

1K Jan.
20% Mar.
4K Jan.
5
July

12

"4 K July "31

50
May 17
31% Mar. 14

Feb.

-----

Sale

11
27
9

5

12% Apr. 26

28

26
104

102% 105

3

25

4

91
Apr.
101% Jan.

.....

K

12

Jan.

22
11
17
"
27
18

July
July
20
July
5
July
25% July
10 K July
5
July
73
July
15
July

2

3%
29

53

8

"

56

June 24

Jan.

Mar.

14% July * 2

8K

~"4% Sale"

July 31
Apr.
2

Jan.
3
Mar. 29

Jan.

33 K July

38%

3%

"24 %

30K July

106

"8% July'27

"15% Sale"

28%

%K

Mar. 18

5

~

28

2K

Mar. 14

8

102

5
July 23
12% July
5
16 % July
3
v 6
July 10
50
July 16

—-

—-

11

16

July
July

1
14%
36

51

3

14%
18

im

22

Mar. 18
Jan. 10

11

July" 12

101% July
105
July
18 % July
4% July
24
July
8 K July
5
July
69 K July
13 % July

6

13

Jan.

July

8

IK May
2
90 K Apr. 29

9 % July

29

"6%:::::

10

33

4%

Mar.

12% May 17

3%

'15K "l6%
6%
%

Mar. 13

3% Mar.

53 %

;_*

(a) Series 2.

(a)Preferred

1 *

8

25
Apr.
8
July 29

8% Mar. 11

21

*
ser

14

8

30
40

94% July
7% July

79 K July

KIS

302 (e)Paragon Refg 3d pay't end*
300
(e)B v t c 3d pay't end...*

1,040

29

Jan.

91% Jan.

"14

17% 20
101%
105% Sale

6

*

11

24
23

July

1

8%

24

•

1,362

14

107

18%

Jan.

July
July

45% May

100

23

16
29
11

Jan.

40

106

July

8 K May

"36% "31" "22 %

.....10

Preferred ..............100

80

783

.........

8%

6

24
11

9

3

July
July

9% July

78

16

20
Mar. 14

July 31

44

76

Mar.

Apr.

52

94 KJuly
5 K July

10%

Jan.

July

6% Apr. 13

7

6%
9

14

May 24
May 8

5

34
44

13

33 K July
42
July

92

43

542 Halle Brothers............10
255
Preferred..............100
1,385 HannaM A 97 pref
*

91
540

July

16

% Jan.

Mar. 18

112% Jan.

IK
8%

.........100

1,269 Gralf

26

36

Jan.

4
;

85

July
July

9

66]

75 Goodyear Tire & Rub 1st pf*
173 Great Lakes Towing......100
203
Preferred.............. 100

100

507

116

July

29
30

15% July

116

34

1,280

68

15 K July

103

Sale

6%

1% Feb. 14
4

3% Apr.

5A

13%

<

18
18

June 28

60

2

110K Jan.
5K May
53 K Apr.
50
Apr.
10
Feb.

6

85 (d) Firestone Tire & R pref 100

*""30

July 24
July 11
July
1
July 24
July 23
Ju-y
3
July
3
July 25

10

5

760 Faultless Rubber

275

6

o3

63%
10 K

102% July

805 Federal Knitting Mills
•
193 (a)Ferry Cap & Set Screw..*

""132

13 K July

Feb.

15

115%

"12% July""]

Sale

16

July

7% May 23

UK July 31 24%
89
July 31 100
2% Mar. 6
2% Jan. 16

10

9,760 Corrigan McKinney voting.. 1

,998

June 28
Jan.

% Apr. 26

30

July

17

27

20 Commercial Bookbinding...*

"'125

89

Certificates of deposit. .100
4,451
1,180 (a)CleveUnion Stockyards..*
(a)Cleveland Worsted Mills.*
1,682

650

7

Mar. 20

2
26
45

21% July
9
98
July 26

UK July

2%

pref100

589 (a)Cleveland Quarries
622 Cleveland Rys.......

140

Sale

90% Sale

293 Cleveland Builders Realty..*
313 (a)Cleve Builders Supply
*
993 Cleveland Cliffs Iron pref
*

769

3

K Jan.

4

*

374

Jan.

1% Feb. 14

7%

.__*

9,846 City Ice ft Fuel....
Pref...
1,106

127

7 103 K Jan.

K June 27
% Apr. 26
8% Jan.
2
39
Apr. 11

1

July

"26"!"^JU1K18

100 (c)Brown Fence & Wire B__*

2,866

1

par

4,545 Apex Electric..........

27

$2,000

July 31

PRICES IN JULY

Bid

*
75 (p.) Akron Rubber Reclaiming *
*
15,846 Allen Industries.
659
Preferred........
......

101

.

of Cal 5s 1942

Shares.
685 (a)Aetna Rubber

270

Jan. 1 to

Low from

Par

STOCKS

~3*, 826

1934

1935

July

July 1 1933

Since

July

22,047
220,169

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

36,324
195,747

EXCHANGE

Bond Sales

1934

Mar.

Jan.

5

16

3
Feb. 14
2% June 26
23% Jan.
2

3

Apr.
1
Apr. 25
May
8
July 25
June 29
Feb.

14

5% Jan.
29% July

23

Jan. 18 28
Apr.
July
Mar. 19 105
8% July
8% July 19
7% Apr.
6% Jan.
9
K Apr.
% Feb. 14
% Jan.
% Jan. 29
19
July
Apr.
5 27,
1
Mar. 16
1% Mar.
June
46% Apr. 25 55
4
May
4
May 16
% Feb.
% June 14
% Apr.
% Apr. 29
3% Jan.
2% May 14
19

96

20

24

30
2

19
8
17
29
27
8
5

16
20
29
15

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July
Shares

60
5

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Ask

Highest
Sale Prices

IK

5

IK

2

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IK July

18

11
99

"33" July'
12
July
99 K July
107
July

100H

13K

13 K

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29K

27 K

UH

IK July

1

6 "§§" July"~6
5 12
July
5
July 15
9 101
8 107 K July 10
29 14
July
3

15K

,

13K July

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
1
June 26
3
Jan. 10
5
June 24
8K Jan. 24
27 K Jan.
3 34
Apr. 17
12
Mar. 23 12
Mar. 23
85
Jan. 16 101
July 15
106 K June
1112K M<H1
9
Jan.
4
14
June 28

"29K

13

1

•

5

33K

106K 107,

K Mar. 29

110 Thompson Products Inc
1,319 Trumbull-Cliffs preferred 100
1,198 Truscon Steel preferred.. 100
15 Union Metals Mfg Co.......*
_•
755 Vichek Tool
2,457 Weinberger Drug..........*
219 West Res In? Corp pr pref 100
310 Youngst Sheet 8c Tube pf.100

65

200
Y

1H Sale
2

32H

Lowest

Lowest
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July 31

Ask Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN.

20

Jan.

K Mar. 29

12

28

June 24

-

579

■

July 1
Bid

___________

790

Y:

July SI 1935
Par

__

149

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STOCKS

65

PRICES IN JULY

Preferred
_______——100
170
3,810 (a)Selby Shoe
*
29 (a)Sheriff St Mkt & Storage.*
1,591 (a) Sherwin-Williams _____ .25
(a) Preferred
100
2,198
1
5,369 S M A Corp common
200 (a)Smallwood Stone A
*
238 Stouffer Corp A
—*

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175

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SALES
Since
Jan. 1

In

'

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE

AUG., 1935]
AGGREGATE

''

.'

38

*

Sale

95
56

100
38
4K

92
35
3

95
38

Sale

30

25

7 100
56

Jan.

17K Jan.

2
July 25
July 31
3
Apr. 18
5K July 26

Apr.
8
Apr. 18

Feb. 15
4
Jan.
7
Mar. 19

12K Feb.

15K Feb. 23

20
40

30
50

50

2

95
25
3
2

July 25
July 31

4K July
5 "5K July"26
13K July
1 14 K July 30
July 26 30
July 26
July
3 50
July
3

5

14KV 15
40

July 31 100
July
5 56

3

4K

.

245
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■

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30

July

56

Jan.

26
22

t Suspended from trading April 13 1935, pending action to delist,
t Suspended from trading April 29 1935.
(a) Removed from list
Did not apply for permanent registration under SE Act 1934.
(b) Removed from list at close of business July 15
Operating under 77-B Bankruptcy Act.
(c) Suspended from trading pending action to delist April 13 1935.
Application for removal from listing
and temporary registration granted by SEO June 1 1935.
(d) Removed from list at close of business July 15 1935.
Applied for registration on New
York Stock Exchange only,
(e) Removed from list at close of business July 15 1935.
In liquidation,
(f) Removed from list at close of business July 15
1935.
Issue being retired Aug. 1 1935.
No par value,

at close of business July 15 1935.

1935.

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AGGREGATE
In

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

910

17,691
4,666
1,265
200

7.234
750

350

'""947
1,131
6,352
5,076
5,998

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Auto

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1% July
15% July
47
July
x23% July
33% July
16% July
13
July
49
July
18
July
% July

City Brewing common. *
Brass...5

Bearing......5
Briggs Mfg Co common
*
Burroughs Adding Mach
*
Capital City Products
*
Chrysler Corp common
5
Consolidated Paper com
It

2,575
7,299
7,497
10,931
12,631
24,987

Highest
Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

Baldwin Rubber clan A—■„*
Bohn Aluminum &

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 311935
Par

Bower Roller

Continental Motors com....*

12

2
July
21% July
47
July
28
July
37
July
17 % July
14
July
60% July
19% July
% July

10

"l",173
7,282
3,933
6,932
11,295
915

90%
2%
4%
%
13 %

Detroit Rdison com......100

Co
„..*
Gray Iron & Fdry_._5

Detroit Forging

Detroit Mich Stove common.1
Detroit

13

*

Paper Products

13

4,572 Ford

25,579
62.694
10,111
8,985

80,153
110,982

1,389

5,723

150

200

424

7,770
2,399

100

858

2,772

13,114
5,885
4,441

127,011
28,903
33,196

100
472

1,717

300

625

2,222
5,180

9,402
52,957
5,191

997

860

6,555

27,920
1,541
38,391
4.118

1,393
23,601
3,311
15,745
25,271
896
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"l",373
2,535
1,360
20.628

1%
.....

'32% Sale"

16

4%
1%
4%

1

Goebel Brewing Co com

com

3%
28%

*

General Motors com

34,548 Hall Lamp

Sale
8%

22%

Sale

13

Sale

10%

..,

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

7
3

Sale
Sale

27%
16%
39

83,445
8,556
3,904
1,000

674
300

22%
11%
■8%
4%
5%

July
July
July
July
July
July 29
July 29
July 17
July
1
July
1
July
1
July 11

2

Sale

4% Sale

32%
4%
1%
4

37

40

5%
37%

41

42

38

23

3%
12 %
1%

2%

Sale

6
Sale

cVA
Sale

35%

27%

Sale

9
Sale
'

2%
Sale

15

Sale
Sale

21%
4%

Sale

Sale

15

7%
22%
%
17%
1%
12

%
6%
3%
29
9

9%
20%
4

47

43%

Sale

70

58

Sale

Sale

10

Sale

3

Sale

3%

3%
Sale

Sale

3%
25%

25%
35%
22%

Sale

3

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

10,670

287 Wolverine Tube

287

37

14

Apr,

2

Feb. 15
Mar. 12

4

31

Jan.
.,

Mar.
Feb.

Mar.
Mar. 13

12
10
18
31

3% Apr.
4
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8
0% Jan. 15

Feb.

22% July
14% July
11
July
6% July

"31

7% July
3
July
27% July
18
July
39
July
4% July
2
July
5
July

24
29
22
18
29
29
17
31
17
31
26

Jan.

July
July
July
July
July
July
Jan.
Apr.
June
Apr.
July
June
July
July
July

17%
14

60%
11
19%
1%
20
28
3%
27
10%
28 , 2%

15

6

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

151

13
20
27
25
17
31
31
30
29
3
3
25
8
8
1

29
31
31
31
18
10
25
22
17
6
18
5

20

12

93

2%
6%
1%

17%
3

5
19

Jan.

12

22% July
14% July
July
6% July
7% July
4% Jan.
31% Jan.
18
July
39
July
4% July
3% Jan.

31
24
29
22
18
7
18
1
31
17
7

18% July
9
July
17
13% July
Sale
5% July
101
July
Sale"
1% July
Sale
4% July
2% July
a3,A
Sale
2% July

Feb.
7
Mar. 18
Mar. 25
June 24

June

6

July 17
26% Mar. 18
3 % June 14
1% June 19
3% June
5

11

4%
1%
16%

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14,861 American Radiator........
3,447 Amer Tel Ac Tel Co
166

31

27%

6,733 Young (L A )Cocom........*

3,689

24%
11%
3%
22%
36%
6%
6%

Apr.
Apr.
Feb.
Jan.
May
Mar.
Mar.

26
30
13
8
23
25
25

Jan.

10

31

July
13% July

13
20

6

June 28

6

15
32%

July
July
July

4

1

10

July
July
July

4% July

Jan.

2

July

30

3

July 25
May
9
July
8
July
1
July 29

%
2%
3%
17%
7%

Jan.

3

Jan.

3
30
12
15
13

8

July

26

Jan.
Jan.
July
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

9

Jan.

3

Mar. 13
Feb. 15

July
July

31
31

3% Apr. 15

Jan.

7

July
July

10
25

June

19

5
14

33

Jan.

4

55

Jan.

15

7% May
7
2% Mar. 13
Feb.

Jan.

May
9
Apr. 22
July 18

2

11

20% Jan.

7

June

Jan.

12

June

Jan.
3
Mar. 1
July
3
Mar. 15
Mar.

July
July
July
July
July
May
July

2

1% July
17
July

% July
2% July
% July
12
July
27% July

%
2%
1%
12%
31

July
July
July
July
July

3
7
8
18
3
5
3
24
30
14

9

Feb.

13%
%
2%
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June
July
Jan.
July
12
July
26
26 x 18% Mar.

15
3

8

19
26

30
25
26
28
24
7

Jan.

Mar. 15

May
3% Feb.
1
Apr.

14

Jan.

5

1% May
3
3% Mar. 18
2% July
5

25
29
29

25
17
31

Mar. 13
% July 29
6% Mar. 20
1% June 24

20

93

21% July
12
July
17
July
8% July
102
July
2% July
6% July
3% July
3
July

10

May
i

;

3

June

3

Jan.
3
July 29
May
3
Jan.

21

Mar. 19
I May 31

July
July

26
26

Unlisted Dept.—

456

470

577

2,236
1,032
397

5,360
3,199
787
734

1,507
1,590
164

798

3,077
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25

4,236 Borg Warner Corp com
10
12,877 Commonw At Southern Corp *
5,808
3,860
38,494
26,649
4,398
5,481
10,228
12,020
3,629
5,993
15,714

Consolidated Oil Co
*
General Foods Corp........*
Hupp Motor Car Corp...
lo
Kelvtnator Corp...........*
Kennecott Copper Corp....*
Kroger Groc Ac Bak Co
National Dairy Prod Corp..
N Y Central RR
160
Purity Bakeries Corp.......*
Socony-Vacuum Corp.....25
Standard Brands Inc......

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9!

98
18

125

Sale

131

Sale

24% Sale

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—

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13 % Sale
17
Sale
28% Sale
16% Said

13% Sale
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36% Sale
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12% Sale
30 %

16%
21%

Sale
Sale
Sale

15% Sale

14% July
124% July
24% July
40
July
1% July
7% July
36% July
1% July
11% July
17
July
28% July
16% July
16% July
12% July
12% July
15% July

M
23
1%
8%
37%
2%
14%
20%
30%
17
21

14

13%
16%

Sold for cash,
x Ex-dividend.
The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated by superior
New York Stock.
* New York Curb.
» Chicago Stock. '• Chicago Board of Trade. " Los Angeles Curb. »
San Francisco Curb.
No par value,




a

Deferred delivery sales,

TJi

\

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

'

-r

17% Mar. 18
10% Mar. 20

7%
7%
13%
4%

...100

Preferred

707

.

6

30

.....

100

Feb.

10

3,312 Universal Product com
..*
67,613 Walker & Co units
6,547 Warner Aircraft Corp com..I
38,097 Whitman At Barnes com..2.56
48,667
olverine Brewing Co com..1

4,955

25

31
20
12
23
31
20
7
13
12
4
15
15
10
18
31

Jan.

21

25

Sale

...»

U 8 Radiator com

13

6%

18% Sale
9% Sale
25.
25%
%
1

50c

com

26

28%

4,490 Universal Cooler class A
»
4.751
Class B
...♦

4,125
2,814

3

27%
18

4% Sale

Tivoli Brewing Co common. 1
Truscon Steel Co
......10
United Shirt Distributors..*

28

"l",225

28
Sale

48,897 Tlmken Axle com.........16
247
Preferred
..100

2,493

28

10% July

July
July
July
July
July

27%
12%
5%

.......*
Home Dairy class A.........*
Hooter Steel Ball com.....10
Hoskins Mfg Co common....*
Houdaille Hershey class A._*
Class B
*
Hudson Motor Car
Sreage (8 8) Co com
16
Lakey Fdy & Mach common. 1
Mahon (R C) conv pref.....*
McAIeer Mfg Co com........*
Mich Steel Tube Prod com..*
Michigan Sugar com
....16
Preferred
....10
com

17.152 Mid-West Abrasive

13,535

Mar. 20

2

Walker-Gooderham

Ac Worts

20,618 Motor Products Corp com...*
20,477 Motor Wheel com
...*
116,050 Murray Corp common
*
10,916 Nat Automotive Fibres ▼ t c_*
127,357 Packard Motor Co com. ....*
38,280 Parke Davis Ac Co
•
5,937 Parker Rust Proof com.....*
74,108 Pfeiffer Brewing Co com....*
32,941 Reo Motor com
5
72,555 Rickel (H W) At Co common.2
175,656 River Raisin Paper com..
*
9,028 Scotton Dillon com.......16
8,920 square D class A
*
10,704
Class B
*
4,115 Stearns (Frederick) com
*
1,360 Sutherland Paper Co
10

114

11

6

53.900 Graham-Paige Motor com._l
Hiram

17,152
4,111

11%
8%

Motor of Canada cl A..*

100 Gemmer Mfg Co class A

100

30

16

3

"21% ~23%

Co com
*
Eureka Vacuum Cleaner....*
Eaton Manufac'g

24,053 Ex-Cello Aircraft Ac Tool....3
15,221 Federal Mogul common.....*
33,004 Federal Motor Truck com...*
5,575 Federal Screw Works com...*

290

21 % July
58
Feb.

Detroit & Clevel Nay com..10

Detroit

'

1 % Mar. 14
6% Mar. 19
47
July 24

July
July
July
July
July

July 25

300 Dolphin Paint Ac Varnish A.*

7,332
17,729

25
30
24
31
20
12
23
31
20
25

2% Mar.

830 Crowley, Milner & Co com..*
4,396 Deisel Wemmer Gilbert com It

"

1

July 1 1933

STOCKS

105,431
26,033
2,219
73,348
33,101
17,593
1,175
47,517
2,106
5,918

'""977

1934

2,602,629

to

July

22,934
8,403

1935

>C»___-._»/S^ares-2,197,260

PRICES IN JULY

Low from

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

168,286 I Jan. 1 to July 31

523,802

Shares

Stock Sales—

1934

1935

Stock Sales-

July

31

10% Mar. 13

31

99

3

Mar. 13

July 31
July 31
July 22
July 29
July
3

8

Mar. 13

June

6

17
31
9
29

Mar. 25

June

Apr.
6
11% July 31
14% Mar. 21

Jan.

17
7
10

31

23% Mar.

22

13

July
July
July

29
31
22

31
17
1

12% Mar. 12
8% Feb.
6

Jan.

4

July

17

Mar. 11

4

23

13% Apr. 30

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 18

Apr.

29

11

3

Jan.

22

15

1

Mar. 21

Jan.

3

r

figures in tables), are as follows:
Philadelphia Stock. » Pittsburgh Stock,

i'MW-ASt

rv ■■

-<v

■

;S:'T

Pittsburgh Stock
V;:'>ir.

•ASRfll

■"

■■"'i

"...

-..v«•'•••.

•

TV*

A

*®r

tcwi

jv W' w

wt

V^.Vjr>

"if 'a TP

A

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

■''■'•'■'•

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH
'

Shares 171,065

1,097,341

Jan. 1 to July 31

In

,

-

BONDS

1

$
15,000 Independent Brewing 6s. 1955
13,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s
1949

%
1,000
3,000

V'lv

238

5,085
21,945

983

1,824
200
705

1,777
1,451

""176
955

16,204
50

1,916
1,327

22%
10

27

30%

Sale

28

23%

12%
2%

—

2% Sale
2% —~

Highest
Sale Prices

10 103% July
12 105

July

30

July

J2X
Sale

July

17

July
4
July
22 X July
10% July
2X July

16
17
1
1
1

-

6x
8

Products..—.....*

.....

5

1,530 Follanabee Bros pref
It®
31,364 Fort Pittsburgh Brewing...1
3,416 Harb-Walker Refrac com...*
Preferred
.........100
/„V
55
406 Jones 0k Laughlln Sfl pf..lf0
6,581 Koppert Gas At Coke pref. 100

969
100

3,210
325

1,462
3,588
100

100

7%

94 X

5X

14

1%

94%

Sale

6%

5%
;

95%
Sale

80c
"5" Sale"

._

IX

5

July
8X July
3
July

29
5
16

July
6X July
8
July
2X July
8
July
IX July
21^ July
13

9
10
1

4c

3%
Sale

3

19

""3% "i~~

10
11
6
5

6%
IX

6%

"iio
3,280
100

WM

3,811
4,181
3,765

2!%

Jan.

63July "§
93 k July
9

4%

4%

6X Sale
2X
3X
11X

IX
IX
11X Sale
38% Sale

.....

IX
12 X

Sale

13 X

2c

3c

2
12

Sale
Sale

23 X

Sale

..........

1

21%

1.889 Vanadium Alloy Steel.....
56,819 Victor Brewing Go........
700 Waverly Oil A..
25,282 Western Public Service....

95c

2

22
1;

5X July
2
1
July
9
30 X July
3
4X July 24

July 29
8% July
5
3% Mar. 7
4X Jan. 12

14% June 26
8
Apr. 27
Apr. 25

Jan.

96

Mar.

14,509 Westlnghouse Air Brake...
13;496 Westghouse El At Mfg......

July
2% Jan.
23% July
111
May
73
July
96
July

Feb.

55

Mar.

73

July

Mar.

4X Mar. 13
1

Mar. 20

24% Jan. 12
4X July 24
Feb.

5

1

Jan.

31

Apr. 25
Feb.

19

May

9

16
•: 1
15
8
17
2
3
29
25

3X July
20
July
30
July
4X July
1
July
7SX July
7
July
3
July
aOM July

12

2

Jan.

2

10
15
23
17
31
31
29
25

15
30

IX July
8
10
July 26
2c July 23
IX July
3
11
July 10
22jM$ July 16
18 X July
2

IX July
12
July
2c July
3
July
12
July
39
July
22^ July

31
29
23
17
23
1
12

3

July
July
duly

3X July
1
July
67 X July
6
July
3
July
10^ July

2%
1

47%
5X
IX
10

90c Sale

July

90c July

IX July
4X July
.....

26^

65^ Sale

23 X July
53
July

8
22
5
1
1
1

25" "July" 25
1

July
IX July
5X July
27
July
65 X July

3
5
15
23
31

July
2 100
July
26 107
2X July
23

11
22
29

Mar. 20

May
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Mar
Apr.
Apr.
May

1% Feb.

31

30
18
2
13
22
25
31
4

6% July
1% Feb.
July
5% July
1
May

35

Jan.

2

4

2

9

25

18

Jan.

5
2

85c Mar.
9
1
Mar. 26

3% Jan. 23
18% Mar. 27
32% Mar. 18

29
27

7:i Wi-

24

12
9
11

Feb.

m

5

1% Apr. 20

15

Jan.

30
3
30
27

10% July 25
11% May 17

Feb.

75c
9

Feb.
Jan.

4

29
31

-

27% Jan.
18% July
1% Feb.

2c

■

v-

14% Mar. 26
5c
Apr. 10
5c
May 16
4
May
8
25% Apr.
6
35% Mar. 14
4% July 23
1% Feb. 11
78% July 31
8% Jan. 11

11
2
16
13

7

Mar.

15

50c

22

......

4% Sale
23 X Sale

|%

Jan.

IX July
16% Mar,

6X July
1
July
35
July
5X July

"1" II—"
24

13

5

Mar.

8

'73"" July"

19
30

20

19

June

8

3X May
zu

3c

3%

3

2

July 24
July 31
July 31

8
33% Jan.
3% Mar. 7
Mar. 30
2X

Mar.

13
3c

3c

2c

745 United States Glass.......

■

.—

685 Ruud Mfg—.............

39,623 United Engine Ac Fdy
New..
4,265

Jan.

1

Mar.

9

i%

8,153 Renner Brewing Go.......
159,250 San Toy Mining—........
15.851 8hamrock OH Ik Gas.......
^
1,441 Standard Steel Spring.....

320

June 28

2

IX

1

IX
68

67

........100

125

8,272
4,265

June 21

1054 Jan.
3X Jan.
5X Jan.

July
July
July
July
15
July
IX July
23 % July
14X
7X
8X
2X

4c
5c

3c

5,000 Phoenix Oil com.........25c
Preferred
..........1
8,820
4,544 Pittsburg Brewing—.......*
Preferred..............—*
4,349
,2,880 Pittsburgh Coal pref.....100
11,849 Pittsburgh Forgings.......l
585 Pittsburgh OH Ac Gau.......S
25
9,848 Pittsburgh Plate Glass
21,802 Pitts Screw At Bolt Corp...,
632 Pittsburgh Steel Foundry..*

2,000

9,826

30

Jan.

July 2
6X July 20
3
July 16
4

75c

75c
90c

50
Federal Corp pref__ 100

Nat Flreprooflng Corp pref

Preferred

4X July
28^ July
13 X July
3
July

2,138 Plymouth Oil Co...........5
828

R

25

110

Feb.
Mar.

24
31
31
23
12

102

—•
80,427 Lone Star Gas.......
830 McKinney Manufacturing..*
20,711 Meets Machine.............A
1,327 Mountain Fuel Supply

120

7X
Sale

8

Sale
3
—-

1%

14 X

13
: 7

Sale

xl4

........1*
7,911 Devonian Oil
12,669 DuQuesne Brewing.........5
Class A__
.........5
7.932
378 Electric

IX July

Tax IIII I

4

......

673

ir

8

July

Jan.

5

June

Sale
Sale

5

8

...

40 Penn

'•

June

Apr. 18 104
10 101
25 102% Apr. 26 105

Jan.

"T% "i"

600 Consolidated Ice pref.....
100 Crandall McK Ac Hend..

3,161

.

103% July
104
July

Lowest

Sale Prices

Feb.

515 Nat Fireproofing Corp com.*

»■

R..

105"" "III

4.%

.....

2,452

:■

104%

1

2,507 Clark (D L) Candy
28,023 Columbia Gas Ac Electric..
;

'

-----

Highest

53 Central Tube Co

;

1

Sale Prices

;

Sale Prices

Apr.

85 Central Ohio Steel Prod

'

200

v'l';

Ask

110

...........

6,152

■

.....

.......

930

'

103%

.....

1

Preferred

Preferred.
6,118
19,766 Armstrong Cork Go........
11,608 Blaw-Knoz Co
192,186 Carnegie Metals...
...

7 664

!. V

Ask Bid

125 A met Window Gleet pref.l
658 Arkansas Nat Gat Corp ...

3,637

,

51
86

3,364 Allegheny Steel
92

..

-i!:C

Lowest

July 31

July 1
Bid

STOCKS

510

•:¥Sfevi-:

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN JULY

Shares

Shares

..

July 311935

Jan. 1 to July 31

Low from

$14,000
34,000

$4,000
28,000

July 1 1933

Since
Jan.

July

PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

1934

1935

Sales

July...

129,471

1,074,906

July

:

Bond

1934

1935

Sales

Stock

12

July 29
Apr. 26
July 17
14% Jan.
9
40
Apr. 11
22% July 12
5c

3

1%
5%
5%
27%
65%

Jan.

10

July
Jan.
May
July
July
July

25
29
8
15

23

31

UNLISTED.

401
265
995

1,844 Lone Star Gas 6% pref...100
6%% preferred......... 100
1,502
2,412 Penroad Corp

v t c

•

64

74%
1%

*

90

91

100% 105

95

Sale

103 X 105

91

July

103 X July
IX July

69

Mar

28 100

90

Jan.

7 107

1% Apr

2

July 11
July 22
2% Juno 14
k?.

*

No par value, x Ex-dlvldend.
The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices
• New York Stock.
2 New York Ourb.




-'

since July 1 1933 were made (designated by superior
» New York Produce Exchange.

figures In tables), are as follows:

\\r:'.

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1935

.

July
Jan. 1 to

July 31-

AGGREGATE

*i,ooo
.

.

10,000
3,000
2,000
4,000
33,000
11,000
6,000
88,000
3,000
5,000
2,000
23,000
:9,500
4,000
4,000
2,000
i

1

"i",66o
T.ooo
33,000

"3",000

"6,600
,

7,000

"4,660
"¥,666
5.000
■

5,000

54

e(»a

1937

July

17

91

Feb.

Jan.

4

91

Feb. 27

103

104# 104# 104# 104# i§4# July""!
106# 108# 106# 108#
106#
8
105# 106# 106# July
99# 100
99# 100
99# July
9
106
107# 105# 106#
106
107# 105# 106# 106" "July "2
108# 109# 107# 108#
101# 103
102# 104# 102
July
1
109
109# 108# 109#
106
106# 105
106#
106# 107# 105# 106#
105# 107# 105# 106# 107" July "26

104#

July'"!

dLot Ang Gas&Elec

*99#

95

Corp 6s'42

*94
*94

106
67

u

"2",000
yv

"¥.666
5.000

i;

82#
86#

82*
80

North Amer Invest Corp 5s '47
Nor Calif Pr Co con

101

104

5% ..1948
Orpheum Thea Ac Rlty 6s 1946

«

Pacific Gas Ac El Co 5s... 1942
55 #•
1952

*
s

6s

..1941

5s

1955

5% 1936

*

»

1952

31#
98#

6s

4%

68
69
*

6%
<74%

1942
1947

55
*

»

92 H

105
108

STOCKS

Shares.

15#

16#

109 Alaska Packers Assn cap.. 100

,;

69

110

10

91# July

15

13 107

July

15

9 119

July

22

67^

Associated OH Co capital—25

14

2#

26

106# 106# July 18 106# July
111
110
July 17 110
July
103#
104# 103# July 16 103# July
126
105#
76# "75# July "5 '75# July

18
17
16

""5

99

2

85# July

2

Atlas Imperial Diesel Eng A 5
1.971 Bank of Calif Nat Assn caplOO

15,299

153,878 Byron Jackson

1,698
1,129

com

17#

39

15

15#

15# July 25

17

14

15

July

8

July
4# July

27
31

10
8# July 31
July
159# July
July
2 165
12# July 26 13# July

5
10
18

106
Sale

.

41,833 Calamba Sugar Estate com 20
Preferred.............. .20
5,117
123 Calaveras Cement Co preflOO
19,488 California Copper cap.....10
100
13,619 Calif Cotton Mills cap
*
4,499 California Ink Co Inc A
471 dCalif-Ore Power 7% pref.100
*
50,512 California Packing cap
755 California Water Serv preflOO
2,654 (/Calif West States Life las..5
48,863 Caterpillar Tractor cap....*
2,019 Claude Neon Elec Prod.....*
*
7,631 Clorex Chemical A
1>514 Coast Cos Gas Ac El 1st pf Iff

1,505

,

15,553

"5,910
3,690
1,048

\

:.r

51

7,320
-U:-:

128
630

Consol

58

2#
44

34

July
2# July

1
2

42

815

.

2,128
5,162
31,008
35,291
9,616
993
8,859

141
,

1,225

"5,493
79C

Inc class A parftc pref

Di

*

Giorgio Fruit Corp

com.

Preferred

10

100

El Dorado OH Works cap

Emporium Capwell

cap

.*

Gallaad Mercantile

40,449 Golden State Ltd cap......*

3,015

(capital) ._......*

B

»

7.18C Hole

Bros Stores,

21# July
2
21# July 31

13#

17

40

38#

50

33# Sale
94# Sale
5#
7#

16#
7#

«

16

48

»

7#
18#
66#

10#
33#

Sale

,

1

3#

Sale

40#

#

5,619

12

July
July
July
33
July
94# July
7
July
48
July

37

58

*33Sale*
93

95

"53# "55""

11

10#
36

38

98# 100

99#

31

33

31#

33

13

July
36
July
96
July
9# July

31
23
11
17
19
11

53# July 27

31# July

300

J*

July

58

"34# July""2 "37"" "July "23
99

54#

.3#
16

1

17

40# July

11

34#

15
19
11
2
1
5

Sale

56

"30"" t32""

290

Sale

3# Sale
62#
64
62# Sale
3#
3#
31# Sale

July

2 100

6 32#
285
July 25 290
3# July
2
4#
55
64
July
1
56
July
2 64

2,095 1

Inc, cap..*

Co,, Ltd, capital

25

Go of Calif capital.....10
3,894
21,677 Honolulu OH Gerp Ltd cap.*

Afor footnotes

see page




69

15

94

28

119

Feb.

May 23

Mar. 19
Jan. 31
July 15
Feb.

5

July

22

2 107# May 29
5 100

18
17
4
2
17

Mar. 21

110

107# Jan.
July

4
17

102

Mar. 27

105

Mar. 27

118

May 17

27 104# May 27
25 75# July
5

June 24
84# June 26

98

June 24

85# June 24
102# Apr. 26 104# Mar. 8
118# Mar. 19 119# July 31
108
July 29 109
July 11

15# July
Jan.

12

Jan.

1# Jan.
31# Jan.

3# July 10

July

3

July 17
July 24
July 12
July 26
July 26

Jan.

8# July

20
3 101
16
15
4#
18

25

11
5

ol

Jan.

25

7# Jan.

3

143

26
13

33

34

34

44

85#

86#

90

35
Sale

13#

21

21

2

23

103

41# Sale
2
2#

46# Sale
1#
2#

31#

49

51
26

Sale

13# Sale

27

21 H Apr.
34
Apr.

# Feb.

1

10# Jan.

3

Feb.

27

25# Feb.

11

30
33

July
2
Jan.
4
7# June 26

70

36# Jan. 15
10# May 28
29# Jan. 15

; 77

Jan,

27# Jan.
235
Jan.

8

Feb.

17
3
# May 10
17
July 31
40# July 23
58
July 11
42# Feb. 18
96
July 16
11# Jan. 16
53# July 27
11# Feb. 21
37
July 23
100
July
3

5 32# July
10 290
July

3# Apr. 18
60# Mar. 27
60# Mar. 27

3# July
22# Jan.

10
3

18

Jan.

30

5# Jan.
12# July
26# Jan.
71# Jan.
21# Jan.
20# Jan.

14

12
29
19
12
17
24

41
2

July
1
July 17

46# July
2# July

31
10

49

July
21# July
2# July
5# July

1
9
3
1

51
27

July
July
3# July
6# July

31
27
23
22

12

July

8

13# July

19

1

56# July

1

2

44# July
18# July

23

31# Jan.

15

10

14# Jan.

16

13

2

27
July
3
37
May
3
9# May 27
11# June 12
165
May 31
13# July 18
July

2

Feb. 28

4# July
31# July
26
July
14# July
13# July
35
July
92
July

July
July
10# July
i2# July
33# July
87
July
24

9

Mar.

21# Apr.

17
19
2
3
6
2

30

27

Sale

Jan.

Jan.

19

56# July

24# Sale
10
10#
12# Sale

20#

>
8

,

Sale

22#

5# Sale

11#

12#

Sale
29

3# Sale
6# Sale

40

13

Sale

56# Sale

Heme Fire Ac Marine Insur

414

Mar.

106# July
July
101# Jan.
98# Jan.
118
May
104# May
68
May
110

"July ""3 """# Jul"y"~8

99

55

22
1

(/HawaiianCommerc'l Ac Sugar

90

91# July

4

113# Jan. 18

31

275

21#

22# July
21# July

55

12#
36#

69

9,936 General Paint Corp A......*

6.23C >
5,386

14,645

8

May 23 100
110# Mar. 19 110#
31# Jan. 31
31#
106# Mar. 20 107
105# Apr. 15 108

3

2
9
3
15

1

Feb.

8

39

Jan.

7

5# Jan.
70# Jan.
70
Jan.
4# July
38

Jan.

17
24

10
9
9

13
24

May 15
July 19
July 12
Apr.
5
92
July 24
21# Jan.
3
46# July 31
2# June 10
26#
14#
13#
35#

Laundry

4C
1.94C

oommoa

45

.....

46

*

47,654 Food Machinery Corp com. _*
6,003 Foster Ac Kiel ser com......10
933

12# Sale
21# 22
21# Sale

# Sale

17
20
i

Emsco Derrick Ac Eq Co cap. 5
Fireman's Fund Indem cop 10

Fireman's Fund Insur cap 25
35 First Nat Corp of Portland A *

.

170

21#
22
21# Sale

4*

27
26

2,128

166

40

205

3.985

415

15#

Preference series A.......*
Preference series B
_.*

6,659

835

9,309
8,259
9,616

"8ft

262 Crocker First Nat Bk 8F caplOO
67,917 Crown Zeller com vot tr ctfa *

11,624

156# 160
12# Sale

Industries

Chemical

Jan.

85

14#
15#
4# Sale

"9# *16# ""8# Sale"

8#

cap....*

6,952
65
1,466
263

-

8

11 108# Jan. 28
July 26

98

85# July

July 10
Mar. 29

June 29 107

69# Feb.

5

"¥,803

390

106

105# Jan.

cAtlas Imp Diesel Eng Co A-1"

~2",034

Mar.

107# Apr.

167" July "26

.

86#

June 11
Jun 3 11
Jan. 29

91
100

118# July

Mar.

■/,r

96

14,432 Anglo-Calif Nafl Bank
20
57,689 Assoc Ins Fund Inc com caplO

14,287

29 106#
1 106#
29 107#
100# Apr. 23 102#
108# Jan. 28 109#
105

1
10
29
1
25
16
22

Far

10,990 Alaska Juneau Gold M cap. 10

"3",308

104# Jan.

27

106# May 24 107

102# July

118# 119# 119# 120# 119# July 31 119# July 31
107# 108# 108
July 29 109
July 11
.v'.-t

Shares.
800

106

101#
103#
122
124#
104
105
• 104#
73#
74#
74#
97#
98#
97#
84
85
$4#

104#

1977

1

Jan.

107# Jan.

112

106# 106#
109
110
101#
103# 104#

75#
101#

1955

............i.

Ore Lines 434s.....

July

29 108# July
102
Apr.
Apr. 10 102
102
Mar. 19 102# Mar.
103# Apr. 17 105# May
106# Jan. 23 106# June
106# July
8 107
May
91# Jan.
2 100
Juiy

99

1952

ftUnion Oil Co Cal 5% ww.'45

85

90

106"" July "2

64

103#
10634

Southern Pacific Co 4#s_1969

88#

106# July
8
100
July 22

I6i"" 102#

102

121
117# 118# 119
106# 107
105# 107

88

1957

-

SPCoSFTer 4s

86# July

95#

1950

/S J Lt Ac Pr Corp 5s

85

108#

106# 106# 106# 107# 106# July

101
91

Ry Equip Ac Rlty Co 6s... 1938

i08~# I6§# iio""

111

*

1937

17

86

'P

5s.

90#

80

1938

Pacific Tel At Tel Co 5s

Highest
Sale Prices

86# July

108

Langendorf Utd Bak 6#s 1941

aPacific Public Ser Co

86

17

68.1938

5s...

Lowest
Sale Prices

July"!

106#
97 #

Gt Western Pow Co 5s...1946

-

Highest
Sale Prices

108#

Emporium Capwell 5#S—1942

534%
534s

Ask

98

..I960

Food Mach Corp ser A
Series B 6%._.

90

Lowest
Sale Prices

July 31

Ask Bid

July""!

108#
101#

I®2

"
.

1940

City Electric Co 5s
Coast Co G & E 5s

87

102 H

1942

Calif Packing Corp 5s

July lv.

1

85

i

1939

1,000
5,000
19,000
42,500
12,000
3,500
5,000
32,000
5,000
3,000
23,500
1,000
1,000
7,000
2,000
.A
6,000
4,000
18,000
5,000

$40,000
287,500

RANGE SINCE JAN.

54

-.1935

'

"¥,666

"i",66o

t6s

Calif Gas Ac Elec Corp 5s. 1937
eCalif Ore Power Co 5#s 1955

PRICES IN JULY

Bid

1943
1949

2,000

,
'

—

July 311935

19,000 Market Street Ry Co 7s..1940
.1945
4,000 /Miller & Lux Inc 6s

1,000

V

BONDS

Low from

*9,000 Atlas Diesel Engine Co 6s 1945

"i~,o66

'•

3,075,450

1934

$83,000
439,000

July 1 1933

Since
Jan. 1

July

1935

,

July
Jan. 1 to July 31

286,380

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

Bond Sales

1934

Shares- 511,622
.3,298,335

fog

40
18

41

43

46

18#

40# July

16#

17#

16# July 20

1# Mar. 28
4
Mar. 18

July 31
July 27
3# July 23
6 # June
7

8# Jan.

28

13# July 19

43# Jan.

4

14# Mar. 26

51
27

60

Apr. 25

44# July 23
20# May 10

Aug., 1935]
AGGREGATE

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

July

JulyZl 1935

Jan. 1
Shares

PRICES IN JULY

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

Since

Shares

'rom
Lowfr
lulu I
July 1 1933

STOCKS

SALES

In

69

4,370

Par

7,303 Honolulu Plantation cap..20
12,437 Hunt Bros Packing Co cl A..*
2,914 Hutchinson Sug Plant cap.15

782
416

Island

700

July 31

Ask Bid

29% Sale
7%
8
20

18

Lowest

Ask

200

1,001
310

29% Sale
7%
8
18
19%

7% July
18% July

7% July

15

135

1,965
2,345

July
9% July
7
July
2% July

8,295

177 Market Street Ry Co

.

195

4,200
10

Prior

187,897

com

July
100
July
5% July
% July
8% July

10

v

*

Sale

25% Sale

....*

Sale

10%

20% July
10% July

Sale

12
8

25% July
11% July

31
25

North Amer Inv Corp—

536ij

742
1,052

307
85
6,260

6% preferred...........100
5H% preferred.........100

55,805 North Amer Oil Consol cap. 10
1,881 Occidental Insurance cap..l0
14,378 Oliver United Filters Inc A..*
13,681
B
*

583

2,184
2,496

1,040
18,194
17,659
8,770
7,167
1,255
10,868
12,324
1,134
178

8,282
165,291
152,562
49,390
43,151
14,856
52,599
56,085

5

...100

Common

344

PaauhauSugarPlantCo capl5
Pacific Gas Ac Blec Co com.25

3%

10% Sale
25% Sale

10%
24%
27%

5M% 1st preferred......25

25%

Sale
Sale

Pacific Lighting Corp com..*
$4 dividend pref.........

non-vot..*

"""508

Sale

39% Sale
Sale

1% Sale
15%
16%

99

Sale

131

Sale

133

134

131

B

yi8;'V
15

Preferred series 2

14%

30

560

155

6,986

1,212
45

7,249
485

Series A preferred......100

4,554
610
;

2
Sale

43% Sale
20;
21%
1%
1%

1*
18

3

11,195
2,243
110

435

195

8
11

5

5

10

May
9
29
May
9
9% July
9
9% July 18
2% July 25

Mar. 22
May 16
Jan.
Apr.
4
26
Jan.
Jan.
3 108
Jan. 11
9% July

15

25

18

Mar. 19

8% Jan.

May 27
July 19

Mar. 19
% Jan. 28
23
12%
93
Feb.
6 101
Jan.

2

8

% July 16
4% Mar. 1
3% June 27
1

15

39%
1%
2

6

46
43
15

July 24 11% July
July 23 25% July
2
28
July
July
2
July
July
July 23
July
July 19
July
1
July
July
1
July
July
1
July
July
1 133% July
July
1
44
July
July

8
1
23
22
31
29
18
18
23
26
29

4% Jan.
13% Jan.
20% Jan.

2
20
8

Jan.

8

Jiify

24
18

25
18

n*
lois

1% July
2
July

2

"i

Sale

18

15

15

1

15

15

2

111

111

Sale

104

103% 104

2

11
2

19"" July"
15%
15%
3%
34%
20

2 101

2
July 23
July
2
July
2
July 11
July 29
July
2

5

Mar. 28

9% Mar. 13
21% Mar. 15
12% Jan. 16
2
Apr. 22

18

20% Mar. 13
71

29% July 30
July
2
4% June 13
11% June 22
25.% July
1
28
July 23
25% July 22
40
July 31

7 102
% Feb.
2
1%
7% Feb. 25 17%
70% Jan.
2 112%
Lll
Jan.
3 134%
36
Mar. 14 44
14% Mar. 13
14%
% Jan. 22
1%
% Feb. 27
2%
1% May
3
1%
Jan.

3

Apr. 22
July 11
July 29
June 29

24

Jan.

10

10

25% July 31
11% May 24

Mar. 11

110

101

35

14

14

Feb.

7% Jan.

20

100

15

15%
3%

13

June

July 31
1% July
2
10% June 29
3% June 27
8

31% Mar. 28

si*
iT

33%

Sale

5% July 25
46

43

61,417 Shell Union Oil Corp com..*
2,962
5H% cum conv pref....100
326
Sierra Pacific B1 Co pref. 100
2,640 rfSocony-Vaccuum OH cap. 15
43,888 Sou Pacific Co com (cap'l).lOO
21,965 Sou Pac Golden Gate cl A..*
Class B
*
5,271
2,327 Spring ValleyCo Ltd capital *

%
1%
10

%
2%
Sale

Sale*

10%

Sale
98%

97

June 26

Apr.
July
July
June
July
Feb.
July
Apr.

May

8

18
23
22
29
1

25
16
4

June 1915% July 23
15% July
2
4
Apr.
3
Jan. 23
34% Mar. 2
Jan.
2
20
July 29
Feb. 26 101
July
2

19

5% Mar. 15
5% Feb. 21
2% Mar. 22
30
9

85

July
July
% July
1% July
9% July
90
July

104

3 111
17 104
i, 2

31
22
2

July 19
July 17
% July
2
1% July 31
10% July 31
95
July
6

54,284
5,103
4,877
128
963

Union Sugar Co common..25

Preferred...............25
Uhlted Air Lines Trans v t c.5
Weill At Co (Raphael)

pf.100
WellsFargoBk At UnTr cap 100

33% Sale

July

97%
6%
17%
11%
22%
5%

7

July
July
July
July
July

10

6

17%
1%
%
5%
32%

July
July
July
July
July
July

20% July 30
2% July 15
1
July 15
6% July 10
34% July

9§,.

6%
17%
11%
23%
5%
110
256%

10%
Sale
Sale
12

51,583

2,156

common ................10
Tallow At Checker Cab Co—-

(Consolidated) d A

ser

8 111

8

5

Sale

18

1.50

10

11

Mar. 14

13

13
12
29
15
16
10
31

262

July

9 280"

July"3l

19% Sale
10

11

17% July
10

2

July 13

19% July
10% July

22

2

June

12

June 11
15 104
28
% May 23
31
2% Feb. 13
29 11% May 23
15
May 24

1% Jan.

3

% Jan.

2

im

28

Mar. 14

Jan.

10

3

June 29

14% May 22
20% July 30
2T*> July 15

9

5% Jan.

1% Jan.
10% July
100% July
7
July
18% July
12% July
23% July
6% July

125

275

fWest Amer Finance Co pf 10
Pipe At Steel of Calif

1,000

Jan.
Jan.
July
Mar.
Mar.

33

38

10%

Western

10,385

%
1%
5%
64%

13% June 21

Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

22,203 Tide Water Assoc Oil Co com *
5,222
Preferred..............100
954,935 Transamerica Corp capital.
93,085 Union OH Co of Calif cap..25

88% Jan.
77

02% Jan.
19%
20%
2% Sale
M
1

...

61,427

"I%

110

713 Thomas Alloc Corp class A..*

145,400

Jan.

5%
1 %
22%
81%
6%

10

11
29
10
30
2
30

17
102

2

1,006 Telephone Investment Corp *
4,483
1,109

7

Jan.

19% July

1

782 San Joaq Lt At Pr prior pf.100
279
Prior pref series A
.100
2,568 Schleslnger At Sons cl A com *
829
Preferred. .............100

45

20% Jan.

15

32% May 27

July
July
14% July
29% July
24
July
4
July

July
July
July
5%
3% July
35
34% July
21%
15% July
104% 101
July

.....*

Conv preferred
.*
Rainier Pulp At Pap cl Acorn *
Roos Bros Inc common.....1

100

3

..........

1st preferred.............*

125

1%

1%
1%

Preferred series 1... .....*

*

22

21

400

87

Sale

39% Sale

2,986

683

25% Sale
101

112

Class

Jan.

3

Sale Prices

July

10%
23%
26%
24%
32%

Sale

Sale

il'A

4,947

400

11
Sale

104

preferred...........*

35

6,857

Sale

29%
21%
4%

1%
12%
102%

First

304

5,131
6,340

Sale

3% Sale

Sale

com

Sale

14

5
9
July
3
40% July
1
39% July
13% July 19
25
3
July
21% July 25
1
3% July

Sale

41

28%
20%

25%

27

Pac Pub Serv

41

Sale

22

4% 1st preferred........25

121

;f>."

5%
40%
Sale
Sale

39%
14%
24%

3,066
Preferred.
.........100
43,345 Parafflne Cos, Inc., com....*
376 Phillips Petroleum Go cap..*
2,403 Plg'n Whistle Corp partlc pf *
569 Ry Bq 8c Rlty Co Ltd cl A
*

70
150

,

5

38%

5% Sale

8.526 Pac Tel Ac Tel Co common.100

9,639

7 % May 29
7
Jan. 23

t c

Natomas Co capital

common

12% July 19
101
July
2
8
July 31
1 % July
2
10
July ; 2

.....100
series I

A

July
8
July 12
July
9
July 18
July 25
July 26
July 23
July 18

"1%July'"24

11

100
..100

pref

Preferred

60,094

Highest

Sale Prices
26
Jan.
2

1

"l" July"

com.

Nat Auto Fibres Inc

24,357
21,954

9%
9%
2%
25%
108
9%

25% July
July
9% July

.....100

Preferred

29,656 Merchant Cal Mach Co

177

5

*

B

546

25

106

12,728 Magna vox Co Ltd (capltal)2Vi
6,296 Magnln At Co (1) common...*

151

19% July
8

25

4,473 L A Gas Ac Klec Corp pref„.100
1,160 Lyons-Magnus Inc A
*

.V.

12
22

Lowest

Sale Prices
30
July
2
8
July 18

Pineapple Co Ltd—

Class B
♦
1,601
9,211 Leslie-Callf Salt Co capital-*

446

1,092

Highest

Sale Prices
29
July 11

Common
20
23,527
Preferred
25
3,043
1,156 dJantxoaKnitting Mills com.*
5,760 Langendorf United Bak cl A *

1.123

110

July 1
Bid

Jan.

30

6% July 10
38% May 24
38

11*

Apr. 20
Feb.

19

7% Mar. 18
May 27
83% Feb.
5 102% June
4
4% Mar. 12
May
7
14% Feb.
2 20% May 22
5
Jan. 21
IW May 23
17% Jan.
2 26
May 18
4% Mar. 13
6% Jan. 31
94
Feb.
1 125
Juno 21
230
Jan.? 5 280
July 31
% Feb.
1
% Mar. 20

10% Jan.

4

Feb.

13

6

19% July

10%

22

July 2

♦
No par value,
t Removed from list Feb. 28.
Maturity date advanced to 1945 effective Mar. 1 1935.
t Removed from list April 5.
a Removed
from list May 14.
b Removed from list May 31.
c Removed from list June 4.
d Removed from list July 15.
e Removed from list July 18.
/ Removed from list July 31.
g Admitted to list July 10.

ThieT£^Iv al« purities Exchanges on which low prices since July
New York Stock.
* New York Curb.
?
1




Buffalo Stock.

1 1933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables)
»Cincinnati

Stock.

" Los

Angeles Stock.

are as follows-

iouows.

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
1935

Sales

Stock

Jan. 1 to July 31

LOS ANGELES

<

July

BONDS

July 311935

5,000
5,000

Southern Calif Edison 5s 1952
So Calif Gas4ks
1961
1,000 U S Govt Treas 3ks—1946-44
2k8---1960-55
1,000
10,000 U S Liberty Loan 4ks. 1932-47

mm

~

mm mm

mm

mm

STOCKS

155 Barker Bros

"""125
100

200

200
50
500

1,500
1,700
1,202
1,300
7,900
9,850
17,700
17,500
24,400
8,100

5,250
3,500
900

3,200
2,400

400

lk

17c
16c
12 k

33
13

2

49 k

48k

28
19

Jan.

16

Apr.

1

70c
3 k July

"

2

Mar.
3k Jan.
4 k June
41
July
4c
May
5k Mar.
2k Jan.

3k July 19

8 k July "

1k

2
Sale

13

12k

13
24
33 k

15c
9c
22c
18c

33 k

38
49 H

21k

22k

10k Sale

13

2

9

Sale

5k

25

IU
55c
18

55c
18

12k

25k
12 k

14c

20c

13
12c

380
399
9
9k
9
9k
5
6 k "5%
8%
6k
5k
19 k
i8k
im

1

Hancock Oil Co A

*
Holly Development Co—.1
Jade Oil Co..
.1
Kinner Airpl & Motor Corp.l
382,950 Lincoln Petroleum Corp—1
l6l,100 Lockheed Aircraft Corp
1
16,263 L A Gas & Elec 8% pref...100
94,600 L A Industries Inc.........2
20,800 L A Investment Co
10

Sale

iok

29
Sale
15c
399

10

|

July, 19
May
May
Mar.
Mar.
July

15
15

8c
8c

15c
15c
13

July 10
July 25
July
5
July

8

20k July

11

33 k July 30
13
July
2
51
July
21 k July

5
2
July 31
8
July 22
lk July
1
9
July
1

10

6 k July
25 k July
12 k July
14c
July

385
7

8k

Sale"

5k

6k

5k

19k

19k

16k

June 26

26
9
3

Apr. 27

"76" ""July ""i

87

July

15c

'60""

July "29
July 31
July
9
8k July
8
lk July
8
10
July 27

25
11

7

1051
6

19k

21k July
40c
July
2c
July
49c
July
38c
July
3k July
107 k July
lk July
5 k July

17

Feb.

June

6

Feb.

13

8

1

Feb.

5

3

July

17

20
Jan.
33 k July

30

2

6k Mar. 16
2k June 24

20k July

11

Feb.

18

13 k July
3 k Feb.
60
July

17
19
29

41

31k Mar. 14
1
25
July
19k Apr.
10
Ilk Mar.
July 31
10 k May
6k Mar. 14
5 2.12kMay
L.10
Feb.
May
4k Mar. 20 10
45c
35c
Jan. 31
Apr.
29 25k Jan.
25k Jan.

31

5
17
25
25
4

29

July 10
May 17
July 17
Apr.
4
June 28

Mar. 23

July
Mar.

24
4

Jan.

17
8

Feb.

16

July

9k Jan.

2

31c
2c
38c

Jan.

22
12

22k May 17
40c
Feb.
8
2c
Jan. 12

5

67kcFeb. 19

28c

1
27

23
26
25

16

Feb.

7
6 k July 18
10
5
19 k Mar.
27k
16
3
7
Jan.
17
13k
14c
13c
Feb. 20
9
Jan. 10 399
13 340
2
10
7
2
July
10?
24
4k Mar. 20
5 k July 22
29
6
17
5k Apr. 26
8
16k Mar. 13 26
76
Feb. 14 79

9
6
2
5

3
15
29
15

7k Jan.

20k July 11
July 25
13k July 17

14c
395

July
July
July
July
July
July

10
25

15c

35

27k
13 H

2
6

July
July

Jan.

July 10
16c July 10
16c
July
8
13 k July 25

July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

June

8c

16

8c

7

.....

—

July
1
July 31

2M July 15

16k July
34c
35c
40c
July
32c
34c
2c
2c
2c
July
42c
45c
Sale
45c
Sale
July
28c
35c
Sale
37c
Sale
July
3 k July
3 k Sale
3 k Sale
106 k Sale
105 k July
106
Sale
1.05
July
1.10
Sale
1k Sale
5
5
5H
5
'
July
5k
21k

Jul'y'i§

——

6k
28k

385
7

.*

49k

2k

59 k
60
25
Sale
10
Sale

8

lk Sale

4i"""july""9

5c

3 k Sale
84 k
8c
8c
14c
14c

;

25

73,300
8,856
5,000
264,215

1,000
13,600
43,500
33,300
1,429
45,000
1,200

3H

Sale
15c
11c
25c
22c

20

Calif Packing Corp
*
Central Investment Corp. 100

2,100 Goodyear T 8c R Akron com.*
95 Goodyear T & R(CaUf) pf.100

7,000
1,950

3k

21k

8c

California Bank new......25

432 Golden State Co.

300
100

17
30
30
30

65c

60c

5c

8c

1,500 Gilmore Oil Co.—...
*
17,800 Gladding McBean & Co
*
5,000 Globe Grain & Milling Co..25

4,000

3k

Sale

76

499 Farmers 8c March Nat Bk.100

51
100

104k Apr. 17 104k Apr.
106*32 Apr. 30 106*32 Apr.
101**32 Apr. 30 101'*i xApr.
101**32 Map* 15 101*32 Apr.

814 Sale
3

3,700 Douglas Aircraft Inc.......*
31,700 Emsco Derr 8c Equip Co
5
16,925 Exeter Oil Co A...
1

700

2,100
3,200

W

3c

....—10

283 District Bond Co.

283

June 11

mm — mm mm mm

33"" "35""

.100
1

Chapman's Ice Cream Co
*
Chrysler Corp
..5
Citizens Nat T & S Bank—20
Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd.*
Consolidated Oil Corp......*
Consolidated Steel com....*
Preferred........
...*
430 Crystalite Products Corp...*
10
Preferred ..............100

"1,700

..

80c

3k

...

2,000
6,100

>■

60c

1,492 Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
76,500 Buckeye Union Oil com
1
55,850
Common vot tr ctfs
1
85,133
Preferred................!
234,422
Preferred rot trust ctfa—l
2,600 Byron Jackson Co..........*

4,366

■

B

June 11 105

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
June 11
105
June 11 105

*

common

9,100 Barnsdall Oil Corp A
-5
16,500 Bolsa Chlca Oil Corp A—10

"'"3I0

105

1

Par

120 Barker Bros pref_____
1,000 Barnhart-Morrow Cons

1,500

mm

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

'mimm mm mm mm

mm mm mm

mmm mm

—~

$3,666

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

106k 107k 105k

1,485 Ambassador Petroleum Co..l
14,400 Bandinl Petroleum Co
1

"2,200

$5,000
$32,000

....

Sale Prices

July 31

July 1

mm

—

Shares.

Shares.

im

July 31

1934

1935

'

PRICES IN JULY

Bid

5,000

Jan. 1 to

Low from
July 1 1933

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

In

Sales

July

149,933
1,247,131

STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

Bond

1934

Shares 533,157
—.3,971,139

July.:

July
Jan.

1.10
81

60c
5

Jan.

Jan.

16

80c
3k
9 107 k
Jan.
Feb. 28
lk
2
Jan.
7k
10

11
July
5
July 23
July 26
Apr.
5
Feb.

'■

•

36
24

1,050

"""296

26c

505 Marbellte Corp.............*
53
Preferred..—......
.25
6,400 Mascot Oil Co—
.....1
1,225 Merchants Petroleum Co...l

"""loo
10

23,000
300

500

26c

July
4 k July
35c July

30c
17c

20c

24c

12

14

July

9

23c
14

7c
25c
41c
5c

9c
28c
44c
20c

15c

Sale

10c

July 16

15c

25c

25c
41c

July
July

25c
41c

18c

1k

*
*

25c

9,220 Mt Diablo" Oil Ming" 8c Devil 1
547 Mortgage Guarantee Co..100

21c

24,000
2,100
13,420
15,000

9
9
17

35c
27c
3k
1.20
24c
16

1 337

5
Occidental Pet Corp——.1
Oceanic Oil Co.............1
Olinda Land Co............1
Nor don Corp

40c
23c

July
4k July
30c
July

"2k

2

July ""3

Feb.
4
May
26c
Jan.
15c
June
2 k July

.....

39c
5c

44c
29c

13
2

25

July

9

July 30
July 13
July
2

900
100

""5k ~

6 "
19 k Sale

1,900 Pacific Clay Products......*
35,500 Pac Finance Corp common. 10

12

2,100

Preferred series A.......10
Preferred series C ......10
Preferred aeries D......10
13,500 Pac Gas 8c Elec Co com....25
10,100
1st pref 4%
.....25

10
10

2,800
2,300

700

1,500
300

700

3,100
185

1,500
1,100
30
622
67

10,050

27

Sale
27k

..25

24k

25k

5,500 Pacific Indemnity Co.—...10
7,100 Pac Lighting Corp com.....*
2,348
8% preferred............*
866 Pacific National Co
*

15k

16k

2,200

1st preferred 5k %

.....

500
100

25

ml*

*19
"66 H
10c

35




23 k July 23

25

July

27k
25k

27 k

July 13

101

12k

13

7k

8

2k Sale
30c

15k
7k
lk

23c

36c
2

*67 H
*65
25

'

21c

37c

16k

7k
2
50c

37c

2k

2k

102k
40

2k

100
105

100

40k

3

14

4

10k Jan. 30

27k July

25k July
16

3
9

13 k Feb.
20k Feb.

9
18k Feb. 19

25k July 17

16k July 24
33
July 23 39 k July 31
1
99k July 18 100k July

8 k Jan.

July 16

20k Mar.
72

k
lk
7k
7k
lk

15 k July

14k July 10
7k July
8
2
July 15
23c July
2

16
7 k July
8
2k July
1
23c July
2

37c July 12
2k July
8

37c July 12
2k July
8

109
41

July 13 109k July 22
July
2 45k July 25

7

23c

5k Feb. 11
lk Feb.
2
26c
Mar. 22
20
June
3
July
Mar.

Apr.

Jan.
May
Jan.
Jan.
May
July

May
May

July
19 £1 July
12 k July

88
88
33

30
4
11
31
21
24
26
19

10k May 14
10k Apr. 22
25 k June 21
27 k July 13

25k July

17

4 16 k June 28
16 39k July 31
June 26
15 102
k Jan. 15
15
lk Apr.
9
1
2 15k July 10
9 k May 17
29
3 k Mar. 23
31
4
2 45c Jan.

May 6 38c
3
2k Jan. 18
Apr.
4 102k
Jan. 14 109k
Apr.
2 45k

38c
x

Jan.

Feb. 28

4 k July
9
40c
May 27
22c
Apr. 24

Jan.
Jan.

9
Jan. 10
9 k Mar.
6

1

.....

45k Sale

10
3

49c

June 25
Feb. 27

9 k Jan.

26
12k July 19

Ilk
10k
Sale

16k
19
39 k Sale
99

19 k July

"Ik "lk

6,900 Pacific Western Oil Corp...*
41,300 Republic Petr Co Ltd.....10
15,100 Rice Ranch Oil Co
1

For footnotes see page 71.

27k
25k

5k July 23

25

24
5c
28
2k Apr. 10
2k Apr. 10

""5 k July'24

16k July
1
12k July 19

Jan,

35c

...

■

400 Pacific PubUc Service......*
700
1st preferred
.—.....*

892 Samson Corp B common....*
3,902
8% Preferred...........10
63 San Joaquin L5tP 8% pr pf100
318
7% preferred...
.....100
41,500 Security First Nat Bank
20

Sale

100k Sale

25

14

6

7c
25c

500 Pacific American Fire Ins.. 10

5,900

June

5

""3 ""July "23

Jufy

9

21c

49c

9
9
8

25c

23c"^July025

28
20

62k May

4

34c

1,711 Mills Alloys Inc A
B

26c

50c

Apr.

9

June 10

June 21
July 22
July

25

■

LOS

AUG., 1935]

In

STOCKS

July 311935

Jan. 1

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN JULY

July 1 1933

Since

July

Shares

900

!

7,600

400

! ""loo
166

2,000
9,900
5,700

""'BOO

;

184

:

14,000
263

V

;^:v^r.33
40

8

I

■

13

13%

irA
m

Sale

39
Sale

39
27
Sale

Sale

182,406

Sale

20

MX
25

Sale

32

30

Transamerlca Corp........

100

Sale

Union Oil of Calif...—...
U S Oil ft Royalties Co....
Universal Cons Oil Co....
Van de Kamps Bakeries
243 Weber Showcase Ac Fix pfd.
32,874 Wellington Oil Co
200 Western Air Express Corp..
666 Western Pipe & Steel Co...

8 250

5,600
100

18

Sale

100

8,900
200
200

3c
7
5

Lowest

Sale Prices
26
July 31
11
July 31

July

15

3

July "15
18% July 24
38M July 16

33% Sale

'l3"""Jufy"l5
20 % July
38 % July

1
22

27% July 17

28% July

2

26*4 Jan.

24 K July

25 %

July 19
23*4 July
1

Jan.

22k

10
July 26

July" 3 27>4
July
1 103
July
8 20%
July 22 22%
July
8 34*1
20% July 16 20*4
90
July 25 90
32% July 23

July

3

July 22
July 30

July

22

July 19
July 16
July 25

34% July

8

Bighest

SalePHces
15*4 Mar 13
5*4 Mar. 21
5*4 Mar. 1
9*4 Mar. 28
11*4 Mar. 11
10*4 Mar. 13
29

17*1

Feb. 13

2
2

16*4 Jan.
2
23*4 Feb.
6
2354 Jan. 31

Sale Prices
26
July 31

11*4 May 23
15

July

13

June

m June
June
m

8

11
18

June 24

25*4
23*4
24*4
27*4

July
June

Apr.
July
86 Jan.
8
103
July
13*4 Mar. 14 20*4 July
7*4 Jan.
7 22*4 July
27*4 Apr. 23
Apr.
10
Feb. 13
Feb.
75
Jan.
3
90
July

ilH

28*4 Mar. 14

3

May 23

19
17
2
3
22
30
22
25
13
25

38*4 May 24

22

;

16% 25
6% Sale

107,600
128,750
128,600
166

16,500

Sale

Sale

313 Union Bank Ac Trust Co...

55

Sale

"29""

Preferred..

23% July
8
9% July 15
8
July 22

13"

Sale

p

Sale Prices

16

23% Sale
26%

4,000 Taylor Milling Corp.......

300

Sale

251 Snuare D Co Inc.........
10
7% preferred....*...... 100

28

30,400

Sale

16

12*4

'-I*
Oil Co... lis

39,400 Standard Oil of Calif......
378 Superior Oil Co

5,200

Ask
Sale

Bighest

Lowest

July 31

Ask
Sale

10%
9x8
14*4 Sale

7,800 Socony Vacuum
93,100 So Calif Edison Ltd com.. .2ft
1,957
Original preferred..... .25
24,900
7% preferred.......... .2ft
46,800
4% preferred—....... .25
47,800
514% preferred........ .25
500 So Calif Gas 6% pref A— .25
.25
1,200
6% preferred..
536 So Counties Gas 4% pref. 100
45,700 Southern Pacific Co...... 100
1,621 Square D Co B common..
II*
483
A preferred

15,900

1

B common

July 1
Rid
23

3,051 Security Co unite........
6,200 Shell Union OH Corp.....
33,600 Signal Oil-Gas A

1,307

;

71

STOCK EXCHANGE

Low from

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

ANGELES

13%
7

20
Sale

107

17*

6%

Sale

4*4
5

rt?

Sale

2%
17%

18"

90c
2

19

18*4 July
7
July
105
July
18*4 July
4c
July
7
July
5
July
5
July
1
July
2*4 July
19
July

July

6% July
July
17*4 July
3c
July
5% July
5
July
5
July
75c
July
2% July

100

Sale'

4c
Sale

18

5

Sale
1

"10%

18

,

July

25
29
18
15
9
1
11
31
22
20
13

June

8

22

June

8

35
11

Apr. 16

35

Apr.

16

7

1854 July 25

4*4 Mar. 12

May 23
July 18
20*4 May 23

80
15
3c
2

Jan.

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

7
5 105

30
7
7

July 111
July 31
55c May 29
2*4 July 20
14*4 Feb. 27
5
5

4c

June

1

May
1
July 111
5
July 31
1
July 22
2*4 July 20
19
July 13

§54
5

MINING STOCKS—

1,600 Alaska Juneau Gold M ColOc
110,000 Black Mammoth ConsM ColOc
116,050 CalUmet Gold Mines Co.. 10c
101,560 Imperial Development Co.25c
2.000 Oatman Ralnb Gold M Co. 10c
1,200 Prince Cons Mining Co—10c
165,289 Tom Reed Gold Mines Co...l
91.700 Zenda Gold Mining Co
1

300
9,000
26,050
1,000

3,900
13 000

»

15*4

16%

7c

7c
4c
lc

3c

17%
Sale
Sale
2c

15%

15%

8c

11c

4%c

11c

lc

2c

16*4 July 11 16*4
7c
July
1 8*4c
3c
July 26 6*4c
1 *4c
July
3 l*4c

July 11
July
3
1
3

July
July

2c

2c

6c

7c
3c

June

11
6

July 26
l*4c May 15
lc
Jan.
3
3c

»

lc
25c

16*4 July

35c
6c

51c
10c

39c

51c

35c

6%c

7c

6c

37c
7c

July 24
July 30

July
July

3
2

July

1 131*4 July 31

Mar. 23

35c

July
3
May 29

6c

19*4 Jan.

8

Jan.

3

13*4cJan.

5
24

17c

4c
lc

Jan.

Jan.

2

3c
51c

Mar. 22
Jan.

25

22c

Jan.

25

UNLISTED STOCKS—

16,304 Amer Tel Ac Tel Co
100
2,100 (The) Aviation Corp (Del)..5
3,571 Bethlehem Steel Corp.....*
14,860 Cities Service Co...........*
400 Cord Corp
5
7 700 General Electric Co—.....*
26.000 General Motors Corp
10
6,600 Montgomery Ward Ac Co....*
8,800 Packard Motor Car Co......*
13,000 Radio Corp of America.....*
222 Standard OU Co (New Jer).25
4.500 Tide Water Assoc OU
*
8,200 Warner Bros Pictures
5

1,769

T.366
400

100

1,200
4,900
800

3,100
3,200

"400
3,400
•

No par value,

The National
1 Nav
t

a

Sale

36%

2

3%
25
33 n
28
4
6
10

25fi
Sale

28%
Sale
Sale

10%
4% Sale

3%
37%
1%

3%

125

26*4 July
1*4 July

3*1

July

29 k
Sale

26*4 July
33*4 July

32 %
5% Sale
6%
6%

28*4 July
4
July
6
July

ny>
32

10

10*4

5X8 Sale

10*4 July
4
July

36*4 July
154 July
3*4 July
28
July
39
July
32
July
5*4 July
654 July

T

July
9
July 30

99*4 Mar.
3*4 Mar.
23*4 Mar.
% Mar.
2*2 June
21*4 Mar.
27
22

Mar.
Mar.

3*4 Mar.

4*4 Apr.
37*1 Apr.
8*4 Apr.
2*4 Mar.

131*4
5*4
3654
2*4

4*1
28
39
32

IS

July 31
Jan.

2

July 29
May 28
Jan.

7

July
July
July

24
31
25
Jan.
7
July 30

4854 June 19
11*4 May 22
5*1 July 30

Odd lot.

Securities

York Stock

126% Sale
3
3%
27
27%

Exchanges on which low prices since July 1 1933 ware made (designated
'• Chicago Board of Trade.
,s Detroit Stock.

1 New York Produce.

jjew York Ourb




■ California Stock

Exchange

25 Salt Lake Oity Stock Exchange.

by superior figures In tables), are as follows:
22 Pittsburgh Stock.
w San Francisco Ourb.
22 San Francisco Stock.

General
IfM-r

In the earlier part of

Quotations

OF BONDS AND STOCKS

-3P

this publication complete records of the dealings

the country for the latest month and for the calendar year to date,

are

on

the leading stock exchanges of

In this department of

furnished*

General Quotations ere combine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions, not
those dealt in

on

the exchanges, but also

to the different classes of
A.:

leading unlisted and inactive securities.

The following is

an

only

index

securities quoted:
"■

Page

Page

Page

88

Joint Stock Land Bank Securities........115

Railroad Stocks......................... 78

Federal Land Bank Bonds............... 98

Mining Stocks..........
89
Municipal Bonds (Domestic).
98
Canadian.97
Public Utility Bonds..................... 78
Public Utility Stocks.................... 84
Railroad Bonds......................... 7S

Real Estate Bonds....................... 94

•

Exchange

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

....

Foreign Government Bonds.............. 96
Industrial Stocks....................... 89
Insurance Stocks .............4.......*.116

Investing Companies Securities.*....... 77
Quotations for all securities are
Exchange
mark

*e

oegan

as

near

....

...

Industrial Bonds........................ 86

possible for

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks....... 89
Textile Stocks.................. 89
Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Stocks.. 89
United States Government Securities..... 98

United States Territorial Bonds.......... 96

tbe

closing dag of the month preceding the date of issue.
As the New Y«rk Stock
with Jan. 2 1909 to quote all bond prices "and Interest," we have adopted the same method and no longer employ a designating
as

mdlcate the fact except where there is a deviation from this rule.

to the price, he must pa? accrued Interest m addition to the price.

The reader will understand, therefore, that unless the letter "/"Is prefixed

This, however, does

not

apply to income bonds

or

bonds in default, in which cases

the price Includes the interest, should there be any.

prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is

The letter

a

flat price-—that la, that the accrued Interest forms part of the price

therefore che purchaser does not have to provide for it separately In making payment.

As already stated in the

case

and

of income bonds and bonds In

default, the price Is always "flat," and no designating mark is employed to indicate the fact.
!

Quotations for equipment bonds are based on average maturities.

Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"; that is, the accrued dividend

he paid in addition to the price.

must

It should he borne in mind in the use of these tables that the quotations for many Inactive and unlisted
cases the

securities

are

>

merely nominal, but in all

figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.

The following abbreviations are often used, vis.; "M" for mortgage, "g" for gold, "gu" for guaranteed, "end" for endorsed, "cons" for consolidated

"conv" for convertible, "e f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "op" for optional.
The black-faced type in the letters showing the interest period Indicates the month when the bonds

NOTICE*—All bond prices

Bonds.

Bid.

BAXLROAD BONDS
Adirondack 1st 4%e 1942 guMAS
Akron A Barb Belt g 4s 1942-JAD

aro

Ask.

„

Akron Oanton A Youngstown—_
Gen A ret 6s 1946 ser A—AAO
Gen A ref 6 He 1946 ser B AAO
Alabama Great Southern—
1st cons g 6s 194J ser A...JAD
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B
JAD

96
100

/
/

98

47
47

49
49

Ark A Mem

108%

21

13%

5-yr sec notes 4%o
Oonv g 434a 1960

105"

$

105
102
109x4

112%
110%
103%

35

1st guar g 3s 1989.....—. JA D
Bedford Beit 1st 5s 1938
JAJ

101

102%
112%

JAD

121%

85

108

95%

96%

10334

104%

93%

93%

IZ*
80

73%

75

7534
9234

10-yr coll tr 5s May 1 '45.MAN
92
6 3.00
Equipment trust 4 Ho...
Eq 634s Feb 1936 (year) FAA 0 1.60
Ea 4He 1936-41 E (yr)
3.50
FAA
^

Bangor A Aroostook—
1st M 5s g Jan 11943.....JAJ
Cons refund g 4s 1951
JAJ
4s stamped 1951...........
Medford Ext 5s 1937
MAN
Plsc&t Dlv g 5s Jan 1943-.AAO
St Johns Rlv Ext gu 5s '39-FAA
Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan *43.AAO
Washburn Ext 1st 5s '39-.FAA
Battle Greek A Sturgis—

82

to^2

Beech Or 1st 4s g gu 1936..-JAJ
2d guar gold 5s 1936—JAJ

Beech Ork Ext 334s 1951—AAO
Bellefonte Central 1st 6s '49.FAA
Belt RR A Stk Yds (Ind'p'lls)—■

102%
107%
92%
55%

4%s July 1937..
JAJ
4%s Impt 1978—————FAA
1st mtge 4%e >er A1943..AAO

1
»

3.75
98

21^'
113%

114

106

106%

IS*
1??

ll!
109%

108

109%

111

113

66%
80
102

102%

w
60

6834

96
88

99*
103

l2\H
83
■■

334s Jan 1
Ref 8%o

7834

80

2.50%

General 5s g 1937
Con g 4%s 1957-—

Gen M g 4s 1955
FAA
Cambria A Ind 1st 4%o '68—JAJ
Eq tr 534* 1936-38 (year) MAN
Canada Atl By 1st 4s 1955—JAJ
Canada Soutb 5s 1902 ser A. AAO
Oan Nat Rys 4%a gu 1954.MA8
434s guar 1957——
...JAJ
4%e guar 1951—
MAS
4%s guar 1956
...—.FAA
4%s guar 1955.
...JAD 15
40-yr 5s guar 1970
FAA
5s guar July 11969——..JAJ
5s guar Oct 1 1969 ......AAO
Eq tr 4%s 1936-1942 (gu) MAN
Eq tr 4%a 1936-45(ann)__JAD
Equipment trust 5o..........
Oanadlan Northern—
F deb 6%s 1946———JAJ
SF deb 7s 1940-.———JAD

Winnipeg Term 4s 1939

»

Nominal.

♦

JAJ

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

m
3.50%

3.50%

81%
.

3.50%

61

3 50%

30

33

55

65

32

106%
102
107
100

102)

104%
62%

MAS
MAN

Certificates of deposit—
Butte Anaconda A Pac 5s'44 FAA
Cam A Clear—1st 5s g 1941. JAJ

7T-/A

4.25

Brunswick A Western—
1st mtge gtd 4o 1938—....JAJ
Buffalo Creek 1st 6s 1941—JAJ
1st ref 5s 1961——
—JAJ
Buffalo Rochester A Pittsburgh—

Buff A Susquehanna BR Oorp—
1st 4s Dec 30 1963—..
JAJ
Burl Cedar Rapids A North—
Con 1st A coll tr 5s g '34..AAO

■:

58
4.25

Brooklyn A Montauk—
2d (now lst)gold 5s 1938. JAD

86

*•«»«•

■v

*21*
78

Boston Rev Beach A Lynn—
1st m 4%s July 15 1947.JAJ15
Gen m 6s '33 extd to *38. JAJ 15

97
80

1951----—...JAJ
1952 gu N Y O—AAO

85

76
76
70
4.25
4.25

Boston ANY Air Line—
1st mtge gu g 4o 1955—...FAA

3-75
3.75
3.75

85
86
87
86

86%

.

5s 1967 ser AO
.MAS
1st m 5s 1955 ser 2
MAN
1st m 4%s 1961 ser JJ
AAO
Eq 434s 1936-1943 (yr)—AAO
Equipment trust 5s
Bost A Maine (old)
4s Feb 1 1937
AAA
4s Aug 1942
..FAA
3s July 1950
JAJ
m

Equip 534* 1935-1937(yr)FAA
Eq tr 6s 1936-38 (year)
JAD

$2%
7834

k Last sale

84
84
83
85

5s May 1943—
6s Mar 1942—..
6s Jan 1943.——..—.—...
5s May 1940

1st

88

8134

4s-5t April 1947
5s Apr 1944......
5s June 1945
5s Jan 1946

...

78
68
68

1st ref gold 4s 1939
105
MAN
BelvldereDil 1st 3%o 1943.. JAJ
10334
109%
Big Sandy By 1st g 4s 1944-JAD
Birm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.MAS
Bluff Point Land A Imp 1st 4o '40
83
Boenville St L A Sou 6a '51.FAA / 27
Boston A Albany 5s Oct 63.-JAJ
97
5s June 1942
JAD
101
6s July 1 1938
102
..JAJ

/ This price includes accrued Interest




90
105

104
106

1939 .FAA
FAA

Refund gold 4s 1941—MAN
S W Dlv 1st 5s 1950
JAJ
Toledo A Oln Dlv 4s 1959..JAJ

103

100

86

Ref A gen 5s 1995 series A_ JAD
Ref A gen 6s 1995 series O. JAD
Ref A gen 6s 2000 ser D—MAS

110%

60%

108%

Ask.

86

(ne*) 5s Sept *41

-

107

Austin A Northwestern—

94%

92%

25%

Bid.

Bonds.

...

Ref A gen 5s series F1996. MAS
Eq tr 4%s 1936-40 (yr)..MAN
Eq tr 4%s '36- 41 O (yr)—FAA
Eq tr 5s 1935-37 (yr)
FAA
Eq tr 6s 1936-38 (yrjl—.FAA
Plttsb Lake Erie A W Va—

103
104
100
107 H
111

Atlanta A St Andrews Bay—
1st 6s, 1938
AAO
Atlanta Terminal 6s 1939
FAA
Atlantic Olty gu 4s 1951
JAJ
1st M 534« 1929 extd as 5%
to May 1964
MAN
Atlantic Coast Line BR—
1st cons 4s July 11952...MA8
Ool tr g 4s Oct 1 1952 op.MAN
Oonv deb 4a 1939 op 1916MAN
Gen unif ser A 434s 1964. JAD

tBaelg

66%

30

23%

6s 1947..AAO

104H

Rocky Mt Dlv 4s 1965
JAJ
Athens Terminal By—
1st g6s 1937
.....JAJ
Atl A Birm. See Seab'd Air Line
Atlanta A Charlotte Air Line—
1st M 434s 1944 ser A
JAJ
1st M 5s 1944 ser B
JAJ
Atlanta Knoxvllle A Northern—

1st mtge gold 6s 1946

gu g

110
104

Stamped—..........MAN
Oonv g 4s of '09 due i955 JAD
Oonv g 4s of *05 due 1966. JAD
Oonv g 4s of '10 due 1960. JAD
Oonv deb 4%s 1948—...JAD
Trans S List g 4a 1958—JAJ
Oal-Arlx 1st A rf 4 34s *62 op MAS

29

1st mtge gu g 4s 1949—..AAO

93
107

1995—AAO

103

Baltimore A Ohio—■
1st M 4s g July 1 1948...AAO
1st M 5s July 1 1948.
AAO

76

Ask.

Boston A Maine

1st mtge gtd g 5s 1941.
JAV
Augusta Union Stat 4s 1953-JAJ
Bait A Harris g6s 1936
.MAN
1st M West Ext g 6s 1938 MAN

By Brge A Term—

Adjustment 4s July 11995 Nov

.

Bid.

Atlantic A Yadkin—

Aug Term 1st

1st M 6s 1964..—
MAS
Aroostook Nor 6a g 1947...-AAO
Atchison Topeka A Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s

Bonds.
Atlantic Ooast Line of S O—
Gen 1st g 4s July 1948.
JAJ
Atl A Danville 1st 4s 1948
JAJ
2d g 4s 1948-.—..
JAJ

.

97 %
Alabama Tennessee A NorthernPrior lien 6s 1948....
JAJ f
6
Gen income 6s Oct 1948.. -JAJ /
1
Alabama A Vicksburg By—__
96
1st M g Be 1974series A..MAN
101%
Albany A Susq 334s g 1946-AAO
Alleghany Corp—
Coll tr conv 6s 1944
FAA
Cell A conv 6s 1949...... JAD
Ool A conv 6s I960....
AAO
6s stamped I960....
-AAO
Allegheny Valgen 4s 1942—MAS
Allegheny A Western—
1st mtge guar 4s 1998....AAO s 89%
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s 1996——Q-J / 60

mature.

"and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds.

105

91

"iilf
98
108
103
105

b 4.25

9134
112
103%

107 j

62%
92
19

23
99

}04%
106
3.50%
92%

11034
111%
112%
114%
116%

m
b 3.75
b

3 .75

b 3.75

104
123
101

104%
124

73

RAILROAD BONDS

AUG., 1935]

where marked *f" and income and defaulted bonds*
near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and Interest'* except

Quotations for all securities are as

Bid.

101

Canadian Pacific—
88 H
102 %
106 H
97%

Cons deben 4« perpetual—J&J
20-yr coll tr 4%s 1940
MAS

Coll tr 6s 1964
J&D
8 f 4%s Dec 16 1944
J&D16
Coll tr 4%s I960......
j«J
Cony coll tr 8sl942......M&S

Eq tr 6a 1944
Eq tr 4%s 1936-1938
_

,1?F

J&J

s-a—J&D
s-a. JAD

Eq tr 4%s 1940-1946

&

6

b 3 .90

Oaro Cent 1st g gu 4s 1949—J&J / 41
Oaro Clinch A Ohio 6s 1938—J&D
108%
110
1st cons 6s 1952 ser A.J&8D16

Carthage A Adirondack—*
1st mtge guar g 4s 1981-.J&D
107

Catawlssa

cons g 4s 1948
A&O
Cent Ark A East 1st 6a 1940. J&J
OentrBr Un Pac 1st g 4s '48. J&D
Central of Oeorgla—

1st M g 6s Nov 1 1946
Cons gold 5a 1945

110%

3.25%
3.25%
50

108 £
110
75 %
108
55

30

^

23

25
53

101%

89"
72

100%

3.25%
103 %

101H

102

103%

112

112%

117%

118
111

110
110

3.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
107

111%

110%
2.00%
2.00%
1.00%

.50%

.—.AAO

112%

44%

106%
110%
103 %

107 %
112
104 %

109 %

JAJ

107 %

107

109%

Ohic A East 111 (new colGen M 5s May 1951
MAN
Certificates of deposit..
..

11

Chicago A Eastern Illinois—
1st consol 6s gold 1934—.AAO
Chicago A Erie 5s 1st g '82.MAN

76H

80

.114%

117

Ohlc Grt West 1st 4s 1969—MAS

23 %

Stamped
Equip trust 4 Ha "A" 1946 AAO
Chicago Indiana A Southern Ry
CJon mtge g 4s I960 guar..JAJ
Oh'cago Indlanap A Louisville—
Ref M g 6s 1947 series A—JAJ
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B..JAJ
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O..JAJ
1st A gen 5s 1966 series A.MAN
1st A gen 6s May '66 ser B JAJ
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt JAD
Gnlc Indianapolis A St. Louis—

34

Gen g 4s A May 1 1989... JAJ
Gen g 3Hs B May 1 1989—JAJ
Gen

4Hs May '89 series O.JAJ
Gen 4%s May '89 ser R—JAJ
Gen M 4 %•

May '89 serF.JAJ

Eq 4%s'36-'43 E A F (yr).JAJ
Eq 4%s '36-*41 G A H(yr).JAJ
Equip tr 5s'35- '40 ser B(yr)FAA
Chicago A North WesternGen M 3Hs g 1987
MAN
Gen M gold 4s 1987
MAN
Stmpd non-pay Fed Inc tax
Gen M 5s '87 stpd inc tax MAN
GenM 4%s'87stpdinctaxM&N
Gen M 4 H s'87 stpd Inc tax MAN

16-year 0%s Mar 1936...MAS
1st A ref 5s May 2037
JAD
1st A ref 4%s May 2037..JAD
lot A ref 4Hs May 2037O JAD
Oonv ff 4%s 1949 ser A—MAN
Eq 6s '35 '38 O (yr)—
JAD
Eq6Hs 1936 ser J (yr).—MAS
Eq 6%s 1936 K (yr)
AAO
Fq 4 H s'35 42 (yr.) ser A MAN

90

91

103
102

104"

6 3.50

2.75%

109

110

112
113

'57-MAN

113 %

112H

Div 1st g 4s

I

9.00

7%

96 H

JAD

91%

97 H

112

JAD

99"

103

77
69

7/h
69%

H

106

111H
47

50
15

13

13 H

du

49%

103%

42

1936-37

olumbla
Columbia A Port Deposit—
4s 1940

90H
103
99

92 H

ltfAN|&

4.0U

I

53%

109 H

110H

112

101H

103

109
118

1st 5s
1951
MAS
Consol Rys (N H) deb 4s '64 JAJ
Deb 4s 1955
JAJ
Deb 4s 1955
AAO

24

30

22 H
22 H

25
25

Deb 4s 1956 guar
..JAJ
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5Mb '42. JAD
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952
JAJ

22 H

25

47

48 H
42

42

41H

B..JAD

51

52 H

53H

54%
87

42%
41m

37"

38

Delaware A Hudson—
1st A ref gold 4s 1943
15-vr g 5Hs May 1 '37

40 H
42 H
38

42

45
45

49

50

46

47 H

51H
52%

54

20

21

18

18%
10%

19H
19H
10%

82

87

82

87
87

82
82

87

102

104

/

3%

3%
4
103

JA.I

99 %

Delaware River RR A Bridge—
1st mtge g 4s 1936—
FAA

101

103

78H
96%

96 H

Denver

a.
Rio Grande Western—
Aug 55 ..FAA
Assented subject to plan
Ref a impt 6s 1978 ser B.AAO

Gen Income 5«

Eq tr 4Hs 1936-42 (yr)_.MAN
Equipment trust 5s....
Equipment trust 5H«
Denver A RIo Grande—
1st con g 4s 1930
JAJ
1st con 8 4Mb 1936
JAJ
Denver A Salt Lake Ry—
1st mtge 0b I960
An Apr
Inc mtge Hs I960.
JAJ
Dee Moines A Fort Dodge—

dep for gtd 4a 1935.JAJ

Mortgage gold 4s 1995...JAD
Mtge 4s stamped 1995.

Det R Tun 4H> 1961 gu...MAN

105%

to 1961
JAD
Houston A Henderson

93

Georgia Fla A Ala RR—

FAA f

1st M A ref 6s 1952

Ga

—AAO

7

Bkg ref 6s 1961—A&O

RR A

110

JAJ

98
40

1947

Ga Sou A Fla 1st g 5s
Deb 5s 1952

1946—JAJ

25

AAO
Eo tr 4 H« 1935-1939 s-a MAN
Goshen A Deckert'n 1st 5 H« 1978
Gouv A Osw 1st 5s g 1942
JAD
Gr R A Ind ext 4 Hi 1941— JAJ
2d 4s 1930
AAO
Grand River Valley 1st 4s 1959—

6.00

98

107%
103%
92%

Grand Trunk Pacirlc—

99%

Gen 4s 1962 Can Gov

85

101
101

107

gu..JAJ

Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—
Sink fund g deb 7s 1940.-AAO

103%
105%
102%

Deb g 6s Sept. 1 1936
MA8
6Hs 1936 series F .......FAA

Grand Trunk West 4s £ 1950.JAJ

82

1950--JAJ

91

1st g gu 4a $ July I

4.50
80

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 '35-'43 (yr)
irays Pt Term g 5s 1947..-JAD
hreat Northern—

7s 1930 series A...JAJ

1st A ref g 4H* '61 opt '41 _J&J
5H* 1952 ser B—J&J
Gen M 5s 1973 ser O
J&J
Gen M

78

5 Baals,

«/

\f

Fort Dodge Des Moines a Sou—
1st 5s 1938
JAD

Gen M

98

103

AAO
MAN
-MAN

4s stamped 1995

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

37 coup).

1st M 3s 1962JA."
2nd 4s Gold Sterling 1955-AAO
1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alg gu.MAN
1st 4s Feb 15 '42 Alg gu.MAN

78

Connecting Ry (Phila)
1st M gu 4s Mar 15* 51-MAS15

Oonv 5s 1935

4%

1982

4Hs

Proof of claim filed

4s Jan 1

3.25%

105

Valley—
AAO

87

con

Georgia Midland—
1st g 3* 1946

53 H

FAA

87

1st

114%
JAJ
Ga A Ala 5s Oct 1945
JAJ / 13
15
Ga A Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948.JAD /
Ga Oaro A N 1st 5s g 1929--JAJ
*fl5%
Ext at 0% to July 1 1934
Georgia A Florida RR—
1%
1st M 6*1946 ser A
MAN f
f
1%
Otfs of deposit

52H

82

48%

Genesee River 6s 1957..

92 M
106 M

Assented 4s 1980

82

JAJ /

Gen ref gold 4s 1950

Ext at 5H%

90

s f 5 Hs 1972 series A..AAO
s f 5s 1973 ser B
AAO
1st s f 4Hs 1977 ser O..AAO
Coal RIv Ry 1st 4s gu '45
JAD
Colorado A Southern
General mt^e 4Hs 1980--MAN

82

a*

98

23

1st lien A ref M 5Hs 1938 AAO
Galveston Term 6s 1938
M&S

102
98 H

Imp A equip 5s I960
MAN
Dayton Union 4s 1949
JAJ
Dawson Ry A Goal 5s 1951- -JA.i
Del A Bound Br 3Hs 1955.FAA

51

40

Galveston

106 H

1st M

ser

7

40

Fonda Johnstown A Gloversv—

Fort St Un Dept Det 4H» '41

106 H
106 %

1st 4s gold guar 1995
MAN
Cleveland Union Terminal*—

1st 1 A ref 6s 1936

%%

-

Eq 4H« 1935 G (s-a;
A&O
Eq 4Hs 36 '41 H (s-a)..MAS
Fla So 1st g gn 4s 1945
JAJ
Florida West Sh 5s 1934
JAJ

(Nov *32 and May

1st I A ref g 7 H« *36 ser A.JAD

14

if

MAS

104H

1st extend g 4s 1955—...FAA
Connecticut A Passumpslc Rivers
1st gold 48 1943
AAO
Conn River gold 4s 1943--.MA8

100

105H
105%

JAJ

Florida Central A Peninsula—

Amended

Columbus A Toledo—

97

117%

B 1940.-JAJ

109 Vs
109 H

Own A ref 4%s 1977 ser A FAA
Gen A ref 4Hs 1981 ser B JAJ

25

6%

105 %

104
104 M

Oleve Short L 4H» 1901
AAO
Cleveland Terminal A Valley—

26

10H

3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75

96

100 H

3%s ?en gtd 1950--FAA

25

9%

66
2.00

1st cons ref 4 H» '52 opt..MAN
*f
Proof of claim filed

102

3Hs gen gtd 1948-.MAN

\lh
5

65%

Ft Worth A D O 6s 1921—

19

6

Gen gu g 3H" ■«*
Series O 1940

Certificates of deposit

JAJ

Ser D

Columbus A Hocking
Ext gold 4s 1948

AAO
AAO

1953

Eq tr 6s 1936 (year; ...JAJ16
Eq 4Hs '36-'41 LL (s-a)..MAS
Eq tr 4H« 1935-43 (s-a).-MAS
Equipment trust 5s..........
Equipment trust 5Mb
Penn coil g 4s Feb 11951—FAA
Erie A Jersey s f 6s 1955
JAJ
Erie A Pittsburgh—

98'^

Pittsburgh—

Eq tr 5H%

78

75%
73

93

JAD

Cleveland A Mahoning—
Gold 5s 1938

100H

92%

White W V Div 1st 4s '40-JAJ
1936

100H

1990—/--JAJ
1990.—-JAJ
gold 4s 1953 ser A..AAO

Series D 1953

103 H

8pr A Col Div 4t 1st g '40-MAS

6s

106M
100
93

Ref A Impt m 5s 1907—MAN
Ref A mtge m 5s 1975
A&O

Cleveland Lorain A Wheeling—
M

101X
108H

91

1939—JAJ

O W A M Div 1st 4s g *91-JAJ
St L Dtv 1st col tr g4s*90 MAN

1st na

90%

Oonv

1st A ref 5s 1974
Certificates of deposit

105

Ref A Imp M 6s *41 ser C..JAJ
Ref A imp M 5s '63 ser D..JAJ
Ref A impt 4 Hs ser E 1977. JAJ
Cairo

102

-

1st cons 5s gold 1943..-.-.JAJ
Florida East Coast 4H« '59-JAD

101m

4s 1940-..-FAA

Oca Plaint* Val 4H* 1947..Macs
Get A Mack pr M«n 4« 1995.JAD




106 H
104

102

JAJ
JAJ

General 4s gold 1993
Gen M 5s ser B 1993

MAN

Eastern Ry of Minnesota—
Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948.
AAO

Series B

105H
103

1st gtd g 5s 1943
JAJ
Olevelaud Akron A Columbus—
1st cons guar g

62

Nov 1 1935—MAN

Gen lien gold 4s

Eq tr 5s 1936 38 (yr)—AAO

1st mtge g 58 series O
Clearfield A Mahoning

1st gold 5s

East Tenn Va A Georgia—
Consol 1st g 6s 1950

Prior lien gold 4s

35

OIn N O A Tex Pac Ry—

-'020 ser A

52 H

102 H

Brie—

53 H

1st cons gtd 4s 1942
MAN
Olnc A MusL Val 4s 1948—FAA

Otfs of

•

98H
105 H
105 H

Cincinnati Hamilton A Dayton—
General 6s gold 1942
J&D

1st M 4%s

107

-JAJ
.JAD

1st gold 5s 1937
Dutchess OoRR 4Hs 1940

99 M
105%

108

MAN

1952

108

Gen g s f 5s Jan 1 1941 ....JAJ
Duluth South Shore A Atlantic—

106 H

108 M

107H

5s

105

Duluth A Iron Range—
1st 5s 1937
AAO
Duluth Mwsaoe A Northern—

1953

Edmonton, Dun vegan A Brit
Columbia Ry 4Hs 1944.-AAO
Elgin Jol A East 6s 1941...MAN
Elmtra A Wllllamsport—
1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-JAJ
Income 5s 2802
AAO
El Paso A R I 1st gu 6s 1951 .JAJ
EI Paso A Southwestern RR—
1st A ref 6s 1906
AAO

106 H

1st

11%
10H

9%

Ohlc Milw St Paul A Pac RR—

60-yr 6s 1976 series A—FA/i
Oonv adj 6s Jan 2000
AAO

54

109

24

23 H

opt 1919.JAD
1940—J&J
Chic Milw A Gary 1st 5s '48 .AAO

72

52 X

107

Ser O

Gen M 4s 1958
MAS
1st A ref 4%s ser B 1977—FAA
1st A ref g 5s 1971 ser A..FAA
Illinois Div 3%s '49 op *29 JAJ

rhlc Memp A Gulf 5s

8i

70

Ser A 4%s gen gtd 1942—JAJ
Ser B 4 Hs gen gtd 1942..AAO
Series B 3 Hs gen gtd 1942. AAO

43

AAO

106 H

88
80

108 H
106H

Cleveland &

107

Snort Line 1st 4s 1963

105 M

108 H

Gen

107 %
108

Chicago A Alton RR—
Refunding g 3s 1949
AAO
Chicago Burlington A Qulncy—

Chicago Lake Shore A Eastern—
1st M 4Hi 1969

„

106 H

gold

104

JAJ

JAJ

1st gold guar 4s

East Tenn A Western N O—

Olev Cine Ohic A 8t Louis—

Chesapeake A Ohio Northern—

4s July 1 1949

63

IstM 4s series D

1st M 5s 2020 ser B

102

63

Cincinnati Union Term Co—
69

Vermont Ky—

1st mtge g 7s 1930—JAJ
Charleston A Western Carolina—
1st mtge g 6s 1946
AAO
Chat Ore Alron—see Indus Bonds
Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu.J&J
Chesapeake Corp—See Indus Bds
Chesapeake A Onto—
1st cons g 5s 1939
MAN
General 4%s gold 1992—MAS
Ref Almpt 4 %s 1993 serA AAO
Ref A impt 4Mb *95 ser B JAJ
Eq tr 4%s '35-40 W (yr).AAO
Eq tr 5s 36 38 (yr)
MAS15
Eq tr 5%s '36-'37 (yrly)
J AD
Eq 6Hs 1935 (ann)
JAD
Craig Valley 1st 5s g 1940.JAJ
Potts Creek 4s 1940
JAJ
R A A Div 1st con g 4s '89. J&J
2d con g 4s 1989
J&J
Warm Spr Val 1st 6s g '41.MAS

63

Cincinnati Lebanon A Northern—

102%
88%
m Euronean loan 4s 1946.MAS /
69
Central RR A Banking of Ga—
Coll tr g 6s 1937
63 %
MAN
4.50

.5*

57

1937 -—JAJ
101H OIn Ind St Louis A Chicago—
1st 4s Aug 1 1930
Q-F
88%
2.50% OIn Ind A West 1st 6s 1965-M&N

FAA

b

IF

57
57

2d mtge gold 4 Hs

AAO

Eq tr 6« Deo H 35-'44 (yr).—.
Charleston A Savannah—

IF

Guar 4s 1944

Consol

Detroit Toledo A Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1964

Detroit A Toledo 8hore Line—

Choctaw Oklahoma A Gulf—

10

7.50%

15%~

37 H

/12h

Certificates of deposit.

30-yr. conv 4%s i960—.MAN
Eq tr 6s 1936-38 (t-a)
JAD
Eq 4Hs *36-'42 O (yr)
JAJ
Eq tr 4H« '36-'46 (s-a)—JAD
Chicago St Louis A N O—
Con g 5s June 15 *61—-J&D 15
Con g 3H« June 16'61 JAD.16
Mem Div 1st 4s 1951
JAD
Chic Terre Haute A Southeast
1st A ref g 5s Dec 1 '60 opt J&H
Inc ntge 5s Dec 1 1960--MAb
Ohlc Un Stat 1st 4mb 1963—JAJ
1st M Ns 1963 series B
JAJ

20 H

10

_

„

..MAS

25

19%

1a

,

.

A&O
1963....JAJ
Guar gold 5s 1944——
JAD
Chicago A Western Indiana—
Consol gold guar 4s 1952—. JAJ
1st A ref 5Mb 1962 A
.MA8
1st A ref. 5%s ser O 1962.MAS
Choc A Mempn 5s 1949
J&J /

55

10%
10%
10%

36 M
33 H

1911—A AO ♦/13 H
Certificate of deposit

102%

28%

Mid Ga A At! 1st 6s 1947—JAJ
Mobile Div g 5s 1946
JAJ '
Cent New Eng 1st qu 4s 1961 JAJ
Central of New Jersey—
Gen M (now 1st) g 6a 1987 JAJ
Gen M 4s 1987
JAJ
®Q ^ 4Hs 1935~'41 (yr)—FAA b 3.00
Central Pacific—
1st ref 4s g guar 1949
101%
FAA

1st M 6s 1945 guar

JAJ f

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

,

1934 opt to

k

8ec4%s 1962 ser A.—

f&a
MAN

i

Central

_

Certificates of deposit...— f
Ref

107

53

Ref A gen 5 %s 1959 ser B.AAO
Ref A gen 5s 1959 ser C.-AAO
Eq tr 4%s '36-'40ser P(yr)MAS b
Eq tr 4 Ha '35-'40serQ(yr)MAN b
Eq tr 6a 1936-'38 (yrly)-.JAD b
Chat Div gold 4s 1951—JAD
Macon A Nor g 6s 1946—JAJ /

1st g guar 4s Oct 11964
Guar g 6s I960

Chic R I A Pac Ry—
General gold 4s 1988-

88 H
103

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

100

Bonds
OaosdlanN W 4%s Oct 221043.

:

8M
7.H

h
16h
82

18^
88

82

88

82

88

27

28 H

28

,49

99

J&J
JAD
Eq tr 4Hs 1935-1939
M&8
Eq tr 4Hs 1936 1940 D (yr)JAJ
Eq tr 5s 1935-1938 (yr)..MAS

86%
85%

Western

Krult

107x

2.00
2.00

2.00

Express—
39 (yr) JAD
1M?6-1940-J&D

3.50
3.50

Eq 5s J'ne 15'36
Kn

tr

4H«

Greenbrier Cheat A Elk—
1st 5s 1944

J&J

100

Greenbr Ry 1st g gu 4s '40 MAN
Green Bay A Western—
Debenturectfs A Feb........

105

Debenture ctfs B Feb
Gu<intHnaiuo &

105
84

93

Gen 4H« 1976 ser D
Gen 4Hs 1977 ser E

41%

7%

...

Western—

J&J fk 40

1st M 6s 1958 ser A

Gu tyaquii A Quito 1st 5s *32
Gulf Mobile & Northern—

J&J2 /

15
71%
68%

30

A&O
1st 5a 1950 Series O
...AAO
Gulf A Ship Island RR—
1st. ref A term « 5s Feb 52 JAJ

15 h
15H

Stamped (July 11933 cpn on)

50%

G iff Tertmnrl ot

2H
65

rF

30

35

112H

f This price Includes accrued interest.

1950

1st 5

1st mtge g

Htrl

R

It Last sale,

A

ser

B

vioblie—

JAJ

la 1957 gu

Portch—See

n Nominal.

50

/

N

Y

N

H A Ha

74

RAILROAD BONDS
NOTICE.—All bond price® 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.
Bid.

Bonds.

Alt.

Bonds

Hocking

Valley Ry—
117
1st cons gold 4%s 1999—J&J
3.00
Eq tr 5s 1930-1938 (ann)-A&0 b
3 00
Eq tr 6s 1936-1939 (yr)—J&J u

Holidays burg

Bedford

81X8
102 %

106%

1st lien g 5s 1937
Hudson & Manhattan—

J&J

1st gold 5s 1967 opt

F&A

85 %

Adj inc up to 5% Feb *57-A&O
1st M 4%s 1967 conv
F&A
Illinois Central—1st g 4s '51 -J&J
1st gold 3 %s 1951
J&J
Ext 3-yr deb 6s 1937
J&D
Main L ext 1st g 3%s '51-A&0
1st g 3s sterling 1951
-M&S
uuii crust gold 4s 1952
A&O
Col tr L N O & T g 4s '53.M&N
Ref mtge 5s 1955
M&N
Kef g 4s 1955 ont 1918. M&N
Pur lines 1st g 3%s 1952..J&J
X
Jt 1strefM (IO&CSL&
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
J&D
Series C 4 %s 1963
J&D
Gold 6%s July 1 1930
J&J
40-year 4%s Aug 1 1900..F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1935-1939 K—F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1935 1940 L...A&0
Eqtr4%s*30 '4lM (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 4%s 1935 41 Ser N.A&O
Eq tr 4%s 1936 (yr) O..J&J
Eq tr 5s 1936
8
J
M&M

33 %
81

87

74%
'

54

1.00%
102%

2.75%
2.75%
2.75%
2.75 %

2.75%
2%

92

92%
87%
52%
75%

nH
97

100

89%

87 %

102

J&J

1st gold 4s 1950—

Indianap

106
109

105 %
106 %

1st M 5s 1956 series B
1st M 5s 1956 ser C

Eq tr 4%s 1936-42 (yr)._A&0

6%

78%

75 %
85%

79%
■

I

u

6

5%
Va

j

/

IX

106
109
80

Joplin Union Depot Co—
1st g 4%g 1940 guar opt.M&N

105

81

107%

•

i

i

I

«

i

i

i

i

lO>
37%
35%
82

Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O
Ref & impt 5s Apr 1 I960.-J&J

74%

74%

Eq tr 5%s 1935-38 (year) M&S 6
Kansas City Terminal Ry—

4.00

Sept 1 /
M&s /

_

g

1987

107

107%

99%
106%

110

J&J

92%
99%
100%
102%
99%

..

..

Fialn 1961

J&J

Lake Erie & West 1st 5s 37—J&J
2d gold 5s July 1 1941
J&J
Lake Shore & Mich South—

Con g ref 3 %s 1997
J&D
Lehigh & Lake Erie 4%s '57 M&S

100%

„

Lenign & New England—
1st M gold 6s 1945
Gen mtge gold 5s 1954
5s series B 1954

1954

93%
100%

114

Gen

con

Gen

,

con

Lehigh

gold 4s 2003
M&N
gold 4 Ma 2003—M&N
gold 5s 2003
M&N

Valley

J&J

Lehigh va|i Term 5s 1941 —A&O
Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945—M&3
Lexington & Eastern—
1st guar 5s 1965
...A&O

b Basis.

99

100
84

81%

98%
;

85

105"
98%
102

105
91

109

94

86%
3.75%
3.75%
73%

1913

ext

115

2

115

37
42

:47
87%
67%

116%

ac

1st M 5%s 1954 series
1st 5s 1956 series O

103%

90

§6"

83

101%

103

72

rued

102
50

2%

103%
65

62%
71
50
99

100%

102

98
64

64%

10

12

94

99

70-~

50
74

%

A..A&O
^.A&O

25%
29%

29%

A..A&O

29%

30

F&A

29%

series D_.F&A
29
b 6.50
Equip trust 4 %s
Newport & Cincinnati Brlige—
1st M g 4%s 1945 guar...J&J
107%
New York Bkiyn & Manh Beach
1st gold 5s 1935
A&O
t

27

30"
6%

110%
85%

102

110%
86

64%
70%

70%

65

80

Ref g 3%s July 1 1997
J&J
1942 tax-exempt..J&J

95%

96

49

Deb 4s

94

95

65

68

Ref & ref 4 %sser A 2013.-A&O
L S coll tr g 3%s 1998
F&A

88

62

64%
88%

f

gold 5s 1938
1st cons 5s 1938 gu Int
2d M gold 4s guar 1949

68

M O coll tr g 3%s 1998—F&A

*f

—

93

NYC L eq 5s '36-'37 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 5s '36-'39 (yr).J&D
NYC L eq 4%s '35-'37(yr)M&8

Sept f

43%

/

45

55

70

NYC Lines eq 4 %■ Mar 15 1936
to
1939 (year)
M&S15 b
NYC Lines eq 4%s *36-'40

37

/
/
/
/

J&J
J&J
J&J

4%

8

1

i8

1

%

1%

.

34

35

26

29%

38%

40

52

56

25%
85

85%

25-year 5%s 1949—
M&s
Eq tr 4s *35-'38 s-a
J&D 15 b
Eqtr4%s 1936 (s-a)...M&N b

18%

20

7.00

6%
6%

UentTermRy—
4s '4lop'16.M&N
5s 1949

J&.T

4%a 1978 ser D.J&J
Adj M 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 fan 1965 A ..F&A
Certificates of deposit
1st & r<*t 5s 1977 ser F...M&M
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref da 1975 ser G—M&N
Certificates of deposit..
1st & ref 6a 1980 aer H—A&O
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 6s 1981 ser I
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 6His 1949 ser A..M&N
Secured 5 %s 1935 1950—J&D
Equip trust 5s 1936 40(yr)M&S
Eq tr 4%s '36-*44 F (yr)__M&N

k Last sale.

n

M&N15
NYC RR eq 4%s 1930— J&J
NYC RR eq 4%s '36-'45.M&N
(yearly)

1st ref 6s 1946 series A
J&J
1st ref 5%s 1978 ser B—J&J

interest.

4

New York Central & Hud RIv—

at

cons

g

v.

3

3%
2%

10-yr conv 6s 1944
M&N
Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A—F&A
Ref & impt 4 %s 2013 A
A&O
Ref & Impt 5s 2013 C
A&O

46

79"

3

3

New York Central RR—

35

10

J

3%

1

J&

1st 5s 1954 series B

.

105
;

1

Income deb 5a 2032
J&J /
New Orl & Nor Ease 6s 1915.
1
Extended at 5% 1940
M&N
Ref & Impt 4%s '52 ser A..J&J

IstM 4%s 1956

103

Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—
1st cons gold 4s 1938
J&J

f

2%
2%

:

2.00%

103

Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954
M&N
New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
J&J
Oonsol g 5s July 1 1945...J&J
N Hav & NoHam 4s 1950 guJ&D
N J June 1st 4s gu 1986
F&A

♦

97

$>%
98

A&O
A&O

87
3.00

New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953..-J&J
New Orleans Texas & Mexico—

1910

4%% to
J&D
Mil Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S
viil&state Line lst3 %sl941 -J&J
Minneapolis & St Louis—
1st 7s "27 ext at 6% 1932—J&D
1st oonsol gold 5S1934—M&N
Certificates of deposit
1st rofdg gold 4s 1949
M&S
Ref & ext 5s Feb '62 ser A.Q-F
Certificates of deposit

s

85

1937
..F&A
National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien g 4%s s f 1957—J&J
Gen mtge 4s 1977
A&O
6% g notes '15 ext to'33..J&D
6% gnotes£ *15 ext to '33. J&D
Nat RR of Mex p i g 4%s '26 J&J
l9t cons gold 4s 1951
A&O

ser

96

93%
95%
85%

90

Eq tr 4%s 1935-'37 (vear> A&O
Nashville Florence & Sheffield—

Non-cum Inc 5s '35

43

1934 (1884)

MStP&SS M &

M&N

B.M&N

1st coll trg 5s Oct 1 1947—A&O
New Orleans Great Northern—

64"

53

92%

New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940
J&J
New Mexico Ry & Coal Co—

75

J&D f

1939

4%s

ser

109

30

...

82%
106%
56%

Constr*n4%s 1955

50-year 1st 5s 1983

f
M&N f

48

J&D

50

RR cons 4s 1951———.—J&J
Mo-111 RR 6s 1959
J&J f
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—
Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A
J&J
Prior lien 4s L962 ser B
J&J

101

100

36%
40%
45%

Oonstr'n 5s 1956 ser A

103

101%

92
110

1st 5s 1903...F&A

National Transc Branch Lines Co
1st Msf4%e 1955
A&O

89%

1st g 4s Jol&N Ind_1957J&JlO
1st g 3%s J L & Sag 1951.M&S

1st Oh Ter

115

104%

/This price includes




70

81

Asst (cash warr & coup).... /
Michigan Central—
Ref & Impt 4%s 1979 ser O.J&J

Mississippi Cent

Ry of New York

1st 4*s gold 1940

69

7.00

N Y O & 8t L 1st g 4s 1937

A&O

2.25%
2.75%
2.75%

3.50
3.50

2.75%

3.50

2.75%

2.50

1.75%
3%
101%
65K

3.50

101%
64

g notes Oct 1 '35A&0
Ref 5%s 1974 ser A
..A&O
Ref 4 %s 1978 ser O
M&S

Equip tr 4%s 1935 *44 (yr) F&A
Equip tr 5s 1935-'38 (yr)—F&A
New York Connecting RR—
1st M 4 %s 1953 series A..F&A
1st

vuar

5s 1953 series B

F&A

M&N
M&S

1st 4s ext g 1947

70

59%
4.00

60%
3.25%
3.25%

106%

106%

4.00

108

83

23

25%

53

102%

1973—M&N

100

100%

4%s 1973 ser B..M&N

106

New York & Long Branch—
General gold 4s 1941—..M&S
NY & NE Bos Ter 4s 1939—A&O

13%

38%
34%
37%
14%

69%

71

N Y New Haven & Hartford—
Deb 0s Jan 15 '48 conv—J&J15
Deb 4s May 1 1957
M&N
Deb 4s July 1 '55 non-conv J&J

26
25

27

26%
25%
26%
25%
26%
25%
26%
25%
5%
5%

26%

103%

Deb 4s 1950 non-conv—M&N
Deb 4s 1947 non-conv—.M&S

27

27

95

101%

1st & ref 4s ser A
1st & ref

109%
104%

M&N

Guar g 5s 1946

N V & Har 1st g 3 %s 2000.-M&N
N Y Lack & Western—

81

Deb 3%s March 1947
M&S
Deb 3 %s 1954 non-conv.. A&O
Deb 3%s 1956 conv
J&J

15-year secured 6« 1940—-A&O
1st & ref 4%s 1907
J&D

36%

36%

19

20%
33%

29%
28%

33

34%
28

40

K*
46

31%
46%
32%

32

27"

Equip tr 4%s Sept 15 1935 to
16

7.50

0.50%

27"

Eqpt tr 4%s '36*'46(yr).J&J
Equipment trust 5s

7.50
7.50

6.50%

Harl Riv & Pt Obes 4s '54 M&N

93%

Mar

"5%

15 1945 («-a)._M&S

6%
6%
6%

6.75

6.75

Nominal.

88

3.50
3.50

3-yr 6%

3d mtge 4%s 1938
N Y & Greenwood Lake

92

36

86%

$

New York & Erie RR—

80

Prior lien

F&A

cons

82%

84

102%
101%

1st guar g 6s

Missouri Illinois Bridge and Belt

Lehigh Valley—

Gen

82%

114

«s

106

128

Nashville Chattanooga & St L—
1st M 4s 1978 sor A
F&A

61

Cons

104%
116

J&J
J&J

Morris & Essex 3%s 2000

1%

106

Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s '51-M&S
Memphis Union Station Co—

100%

J&J

s:.;v4 1st 6s ext gold 4s 1948..—J&D
Con M 6s ann lrred
..J&D
Con M 4^8 ann lrred
J&D

II

104%
111%
82%
110%

A&O

103"

J&J

Gen mtge 4s ser A 1965. —A&O
Lenigii vailey Harbor i'erui rty—

1st mtge 5s

100%

90

J&J

Montour RR

107

5% to 1940..
Midland Valley—5s 1943
Adj M Apr 1 53 ser A

81

73

1st mtge g 5s 1939
M&S
Montgomery & Erie 1st 5sl956._

J&D
J&D

6s

13

78

A&O

105

2.00
107

1st gold3%s 1952
M&N
Middletown & Union ville—

9%

1st mtge 4s 1960
M&N
Monongahela Sou 5s 1955—A&O

102%

Sinking fund g 7s 1937--M&N
Manitowoc Green Bay & Western
1st gtd 3%s 1941
J&J

1st

60

Montgom Dlv g 5s 1947--F&A
Mohawk & Malone—

Mont Cent 1st g 6s 1937
1st guar gold 5s 1937

1959

J

45

5%

45

Montana, Wyoming & Southern—

59

N

60
60

108

M&N

or

5
45

105%

1st 5s 1947
J&J
Macon Terminal 5s 1965
J&J
Maine Central—
1st & ref 4%s 1935—..J&D
1st & ref 5s Dec 1935
1st & ref 68 Dec 1935

107%

3.00

Mob & Mont 4%a 1945..M&S
Southern Ry joint Monon coll
gold 4s, 1952
J&J
L & N Terra 1 st g 4s '52 gu J&D
Macon Dublin & Savannah—

88%
6%

M&8

100%
102%
108%
3.00

M&S

55

~4%

M&8
M&S

105

Pad & Mem Dlv 1st 4s '46-F&A
S E & St L Dlv 6s 1971-M&8

45

40

107%

Equipment trust 5s
Equip 0%s 1936—(year) M&S
Atl K & Cin Dlv 4s 1955--M&N

75"

36%

J&J

Monongahela Ry Co—

107%

Eq tr 4*4* 1935-37 (year).J&D

1st

J&J

Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 4%s 1961 (sterling).J&J
accrlntatexchrate4 8665
Stmpdaccrlnt at rate 4.8065
.

63

3.00%

J&J

1st M 5s 1978

Kentucky Cent 4s

,

64'"

62

Secured 6s 1938

Gen 6s 1955

A-0

Con ext

I

76
50
61

1st g 4s 1900 opt 1930

106%

1st & ref 5s 2003 ser B
A&O
1st & ref 4%s 2003 ser O—A&O

83
83

1st guar g 4s 1991
M&S
Oonsol gold 3%s 2002
M&S
Monon Coal—See Chic Ind & Lou

30

Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S
Louisville & Nashville—
60-year gold 5s 1937
M&N
Unified gold 4s 1940
J&J
1st & ref 5%s 2003 ser A..A&O

Midland

-

103%

Certificates of deposit..
i
K O Mem & Bir 4s 1934
M&S /

Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—

28

........

J&J

74%

109

(Foreign series) i960

_

„

/

1st mtge gold 5s 1946—... J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge

gu

Gen M g 4s 1945
...
Small
Mob & Ohio, gen 4s 1938
Ref & impt 4%s 1977

103

Milwaukee & Northern—
lit ext 4%s 1939

Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948. A&O
110
Kana & Mien 1st 4» 1990.—A&O
103
Kanawha & W \ a 5s 1955—J&J
95
Kan City Ft Scoot ac
Memphis—
Ref g 4scL936 guar
A&O / 36%

Assented

74%

2d mtge 3s 1980

9%
101

Eq 4%s '36-'41 O (yr)_.J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1936-'38 (s-a)
M&S
Eq tr 5s 1936-'39 (year)
J&J

Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

Income 4s 1943
Midi RR 4% franc bond*

101

Kalamazoo & White Pigeon RR

Income 5s Mar 1934

J&J

1969..

ext at

Kalamazoo Allegheny &
Grand Rapids gtd 5s '38—J&J
Kal & Sou Haven—See Mich Cent

V^V0''

A

1st 5s 1943

Ref & ext 6s series B 1967—J&J
Jamestown Frank & Clearfield—
1st g 4s 1959 guar
J&D

103%
2.25%
2.25%

3.00

1st 5s Kal &S H 1939
M&N
1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940..J&J

72

69

Jacksonville Terminal—
Bef & ext 5s series A 1907—J&J

106%

103
3.00

Los Angeles Un Term 6s '41-M&N
Louisiana & Arkansas—
ser

104%

105%

105%

Louslana & North Western—
1st M gold 5s 1935
...A&O

Ask.

70

Small

104

M&N

Con 5s 1937
1st M 5s

49

101%

104%

1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959
M&N
Meridian Term 4s '55 guar.M&N
Mexican International—
1st con gold 4s 1977
M&S

29

76

Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938—J&D
Certificates of deposit..
1st & ref g 4s 1951
M&S

1st gold 5s 1940

9%

7
29

F&a

47
100 x

Debenture gold 5s 1937-M&N
Equip tr 5s 1936 39 fyr) .A&O
Equip tr 4Ms 1941-45 (yr) .F&A
Long Island City & Flushing—

1st 6s 1935

31

J&D

99

Marquette Houghton & Onton—

30

(nternat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 5s 1972 opt
M&N
1st col tr 0% notes 1941-M&N

0% notes 1930
1st 1& ref 6%sl947.

108%

6 %
28%
28%
7.00

J&J

Eq 6%s 1936 (year).....F&A
co July 1938 at
4%
I M&N
Mob & Blrm pr lien 5s 1945—J&J

Bid.

3d 7s ext

J&J

guar

Philippine Govt

6 %

J&J

9

Refunding g gu 4s 1949— -M&S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938
J&D

4s 1939 ext to

95

& Lou xbc 4s i956—J&J

Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4s 1975 M&8

64.25
Equipment trust 5s
64.25
Equipment trust 5%s
Manila RR Son Lines 4s'39.M&N
71%

99.

J&J

Internat-Great North Ry—
VS 1st M g 6s 1952 series A—J&J
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A.Aprli

_

2.75 %

64

Gen & ref fis 1965 ser A—J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1965 ser B—.J&J
Ref & impt 4%s 1980 A...J&J

„

2.75%

101%
85 %

1st gold 4s 1939

5s 1941

1.75

J&J

Indianapolis Onion—

:

81%
95
o

350
3.50
3.50
350
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.00

A&O

Gen mfiae 414s 1957
Indiana Illinois & Iowa—

fSi't

85%

63%
59%
94%

Bloomlngton & Western—

1st ext 4s 1940
Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4a 1957

.

71

67

Western lines g 4s 1951 -..F&A

.

74%
58/6
87%

75%

St Louis Dlv 3s g 1951
J&J
Sp'field Dlv ext 3%s 1951 J&J

Indiana

67 %

101
80
74

Omaha Dlv 1st 3s g 1951._F&A
St Louis Dlv 3%s g 1951 ..J&J
i

103%

Bonds

101

Long Dock 6s con g 1935—A&O
Long Island—Unified g 4s 49M&S

„

66%

Equipment trust 5%s._
Equipment trust 6%s
Equip 7s 1935
A&O
(Jairo Bridge 4s g
I960._J&D
Litch Dlv 1st g 3s 1051—J&J
Loulsv Dlv 3%s g 1953—J&J

r

%

104%
101%

.

-v/v;

83%
103%

Ask.

100
106%

8pr West Ry—

r

Oumb

3c

1st M g 4s 1951 guar
J&J
Housatonlc con 5s 1937
M&N
Houston Belt & Term 5s '37-J&J
Houston & Texas Central—

A'V

117%
2.00%
2.00%

Bid.

Litchf & Madis 1st 5s 1959.M&N
Miami guar 4s 1962.-M&N
Little Rock & Hot

«

* Negotiability impaired

'

-V'-

.

'• ■"

by

maturity.

6.50%
93%

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "ana Interest" except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

Bid.

Bonds
New York Ontario & Western
Ref 1st g 4s June 1992
MAS
lien M g 4s
«

_

1956 red
JAD
Y Pennsylvania A Ohio—
Prior lien 4**s 1935
MAS
&

N Y A Put 1st 4s g 1993
N Y Susq A Western—

104**

1st refunding 5s 1937

*81*
99

JAJ
FAA
FA A
MAN

64**

99

150

22

155

A

15

1st

19

21

Pittsburgh

108

115**

116**

ser

119

MAS

A

coups

1945.

1st gold 5s

/
'

and Apr 11934 coupons

to sale of Apr 1 and
Oct 11933 A Apr 1 *34 cpns.
Northern Pacific—
Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Q-J
as

Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047
Ref A imp 4**s 2047 ser

....

A.JAJ

■

953*
2.75%
1023*
983*

——

37

40

95

RR Securities—See

101**

1033*

AAO

103

JAJ
FAA

80

82

90

JAD

88

913*
89**
803*

78**
1083*
116**
1183*

—

—

109

94

102**

MAS
FAA

1033*
1023*

103

JAD
JAD

1023*

1003*

1938—FAA

97

2d ext 5s gold 1938—
JAJ
Cardelet Br 1st 4**s 1938-AAO

Paducah A 111 1st 4**s 1955-JAJ
Paris-Orleans extl 5**s 1968 MAS
6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956
JAD
Paulista Ry 1st 7s *42serA MAS15

101

105**
139

/

--

87

102*1
1053*

MAN

102

5s 1939--AAO

100**
99**

Cons mtge 4**s 1939 .--.AAO
Cons mtge 4s 1939'v.
AAO

Penu Ohio A Detroit RR—

1st coll tr 4s 1949 op

----

89

55

65

18**

20**

'

55

106**
106**
3.25

3.25

106

%

90
1

73**
323*

'

82

34

12**

33 **
39**

91
64

—-

118**

Joseph A Grand Island—
1st gold 4s 1947
JAJ k 106
88**
St Lawr A Adirond 5a 1996--JAJ
2d gold 6s 1996
AAO k 82

106**

-MAM */ 70
/ 68**
Certificates of deposit
403*
—JAJ

Riv A Gulf Dlv 4s 1933

65

77
81

3%
106
106

105
123

12

12**
11 **
105*
11

55

65

823*

83

62

63 **
62

.

4s 1989—
MAN
2d g lnc 4a Nov 1989--—JAJ
1st term A unlf 5s 1952
JAJ
Gen A ref 5s ser A 1990
JAJ
g

61**
51**
4.20
4.20

Eq tr 5V*s 1936-1939 (s-a) MAS
Equipment trust 5s
Equip tr 4**s 1936-1945—-JAJ

4.20

51 **
3.50%

3.50 %

3.50%

St Paul A Duluth—

lat conaol

sc

4a 1968

-

Minu A

'43

-

1st 4a

1937-J AD

Pacific fixt lat 4a £

1940—J&J

Montana

ext

54

/

11**

106 3*
104**
102**

.

Gen ref

a

f g

AAO /
op_JAJ

AAO
.

35

nH
•••

——

106

7

9

57

60

65

62**

13**
107

1115*

1941-JAJ26

Texas A Pac lat 5a 2000
J&D
2nd lnc g 5a Dec 2000—Mar
Gen A ref 5a 1977 aer B - - - AAO
Gen A ref 5s 1979 ser O—AAO
Gen A ref 5s 1980 ser D—JAD
Eq tr 5a 1935-1939
MAN b
Eq tr 4**a 1936-42 (yr)—AAO b
Eq tr 4 V*a 1936-43 (yr)—_FAA b

106"

f

75
99

115**

93"
92**
92**
4.00
4.00
4.00

b
4.00
Equipment trust 4s
Tex Pao-Mo Pac Term RR—
985*
lat M g 5**s 1964
MAS
Toledo Canada Southern A Det—
102**
1st 4s 1956
JAJ
Toledo a Ohio Central—
100**
Western Div 1st 5s 1935.-aao
98**
Ref A imp M 3 **s ser A *60 JAD

93 5*
93**
93**
3.40%
3.50%
3.60%
3.50%




k Last sale,

n

Nominal..

V

166" "

Western RR—
-

JAJ

Toledo St Louia A Western—
1st gold 4a Apr 1 1950
AAO

Tol Term 1st 4 **■ '57 gu
MAN
Tol Walhouding Valley & Ohio—
1st g gu 4a 1942 aer C
MAS

103

102

91**
108**

,905*
107

107**

•

mmmm

.;-A^ • *•

V-""

Toronto Hamilton A Buffalo—
1st gold 4s June 1 1946
JAD
Consol m4**s 1966 ser A—FAA

i: '■
/This price includes accrued interest,

•

:•

100

100**
84

101 **
87

••

.r."

:

107

'•••''••••."i"". '-'

b Baals.

'./M,

• ■ >

1943—-JAJ

lstm. 6s 1952

101

Manitoba—

5s ext fir July 1 *33 to July 1

75

—

1st m 6a 1947 aer A
Term RR Assn (St Louis)—

Toiedo Peoria A

102**

JAD

Mortgage 4s Dec 1 1996—JAD
St Paul East. Gr Tr 43*a '47—JAJ
St Paul A Kansas City Short Line
1st guar 43*s 1941
FAA
St Paul

..

88**

55

89J*

4.75%
98

90
6**

Texaa A N O con 5a

Eq tr 5a Jt935 -'37(yean
M&S
Kq 4 t*s 1936 *41 BB (yr).FAA
Equipment trust 4s
r

45

4.75%
4.75%

34

Texas City Term 6s

65

Southwestern—

81**
37**
44**

74**

13**

55

Luuis

4.75

97

12

70

103*
93*
10**

1st

b

4.75
4.75

Terre Haute & Peor 5a 1942-MAS
Texarkana A Ft Smith—
lat m 5**a 1950 guar
-FAA

70**

Certificates of depositCons in 4**s 1978 ser A—MAS
Certificates of deposit stmp.

St

b

MAS b

41

12**
113*

108**
62**

..

111**
1155*
105**

St Louis-San Francisco Ry—
Prior lien 4s 1950 series A—J&J
Certificates of deposit-Prior lien 5s 1950 series B—J&J

693*
4**

97

_

....

98**

98

AaO
1944—FAA
4a '53 op '10—JAJ

1053*

1%
1%
1%

98**

97

lat gold 4**a 1939
lat conaol gold 5a

St L Peo A N W 5s 1948

1063*
97 %

2.50
2.50

_

Tennessee Central R>

106
103

_A

Spox Internat lat g 5s 1955-JAJ
Staten lal Ry 4V*s 1943
JAD
Stephenville Nor A Sou Texas—
1st mtge guar g 5s 1940—JAJ
43**
Suffolk & Oar con 5s 1952—-J&J J
102**
Sun A Lewis 1st g 4s 1936
JAJ
Sunbury Hazleton A W-B— •
108
2d mtge lnc 6s 1938 coup-MAN
Susquehanna Bloomsburg A
105
Berwick RR 5s 1952
AAO

St Louis Iron Mt A Sou—

1083*

1153*

„

3.50
3.50

107**

JAJ
.

1st g 5s 1953
Tampa North 1st 5a '36

St

1133*

.

b
b

3.75
3.7o

3.75

855*
75**
74**
755*
3.25%
3.25%
3.25%
3.25%

Tampa A Gulf Coaat—

*51—JAJ

1944-MAS

Alton Bridge 1st g 4s

Railway—

Eqtr 4**s Oct' 35*39 (a-a)AAO
E Tenn reorg lien 5s 1938 MAS
1st Mem Dlv g 5a 1996
JAJ
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951-JAJ
L A N So joint g 4a—See LAN
Mobile A O coll tr 4s '38-MAS
Spartanburg Un Col 4s *95--JAJ

St Clair Mad A St Louia Belt—
St Johns A L Cham 5a

b
b
b
b

85**
74**
74
75
3.75

Equipment trust 5**s
Eq tr 5a 1936-39 (a-a)

----

»

80**

80

MAJ
-MAS

107

106**

■"■■6.

58

108

111

36**

V.i'-ri-i:

84

1st conaol gold 5a 1994
.JAJ
80**
Develop A gen M g 4a '56-AAO
37
Develop A gen 6s 1956—44
Develop A gen 0V*s 1956-AAO
43**

106**

1043*

Southern

113

105

v'-'V:

116"

„

103

112**

■

104**
1st A ref 414s 1977
a
AAO
1063*
1st A ref 4 **s series B lgsi
Pennsylvania RR—
111**
Con M 4s gold 1943-.--.MAM
1123*
do
4a gold 1948
MAN
do
4s gold 1948 sterling
111**
stamped dollar.._.MAN
118
do
4**s g 1960—
FaA
108
Gen g 4**s 1965
JAD
1143*
7
Gen g 5s Dec 1 1968
JAD
1053*
Gen m 4**s 1981 ser D —AAO
1053*
Gen mtge4**s ser E 1984—JAJ
1023*
15-yr 6 >*s Feb 1 1936
FAA
106**
40-yr 5a 1964
MAN
97
Deb 4**s 1970
AAO
2.00
Eq tr 5s 1936 38 (yr)— _MAS
2.00
Gen equip 5s 1935-39 (yr) AAO
2.00
Eqtr4**s 1935 39 (yr) ..AAO
68
Peor A East cons 4s 1940--AAO
4
2d cons lnc 4s 1990
Apr 1
Peoria A Pekin Union Ry—
1063*
1st g 5**t 1974 series A
FAA
60
Peoria Ry Ter 4s *37 gu op
JAJ
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st g 5s July 1956 Ser A—JAJ
89
1st g 4s July 1956 ser B„JAJ
753*
1st 4 V*s 1980 ser C
MAS
795*
Equipment trust 4**s
6 3.90
Perkiowen 1st 5s 18 ext to'38Q-J
105
2d 5s 1918 ext to 1938
Q-J
105
Phila A Bait Cent 4s 1951— MAN
104
Phlla Bait A Wash 4s 1943. -M AN
111
Gen 5s 1974 series B
..FAA
1183*
Gen M 4**s 1977 ser C
JAJ
112**
Gen 4 **s series D 1981-J&D
112**
Phlla Newton A NY3sl 942
97
Phila A Reading RR—See "Readi ng Co.

97**
106**
106**
2 75%
2.75%
116

Rock Island Ark A Louisiana—
st guar 4**s 1934
MAS */10
1023*1 Rock island-Frisco Term Ry—
70
101**
1st m4**s 1957
JAJ
323*
993*1 Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
JAJ,
35
I Rutland con 4 **■ 1941
JAJ
.

106

;
'

54

I '49 JAD
Lines)

50-year 4**s 1981
MAN
4**a 1969 with war
MAN
Equip 5a 1936-1939 (yr)—MAN
Equip tr 5a 1935-38 (yr)—JAD
Eq tr 4**a 1936-40 (yr)—JAD
Eq tr 4**a *36-'41 (yr)
JAD
Pacific Fruit Express
Eq 5a '36-'39 O (yr)
MAS
Eq 5« '36 '41 D (yr)
AAO
Southern Pacific (Golden Gate
Ferries) 1st 5**s 1949——AAO
Southern Pacific RR Oal—
1st con g 5s gu 1937
MAN
1st ref g 4a 1955 op 1910 .JA.l

65

23

80

Pacific Co—

(O P) Aug
4 V*s
(Oregon
Series A 1977
40-year 4 3*a 1968
1st

Stamped (Fed tax) 1955
109

JAJ
AAO

Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939

Southern

60

99**

M&N

1951

,50""

115

1951--FAA
Branch L lat 6a '37AAO

37

89

97

79
45

Bridge Co—

Coll tr 4a

JAJ

1st g 4s guar 1940

„----

1st M g 4a

96

50

107

1963—AAO
4s 1937--JAJ

So Pacific

108

104**

4**

South Indiana lat g 4a

106

117**

MAN

1053*
1st A ref g gu 4s '61 opt-*-JAJ
Pacific Coast Co—See Misc Bonds
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—
1st M s f 6 He 1948.
FAA / 10
Pac Fruit Express—See Sou Pac—

99

105**

Eq 4 3*s 1936-*45 (®-a) —MAN
Equipment trust 5s
Philadelphia A Reading RR—
106
Imp M ext g 4a 1947— AAO
Oona ext gold 4s 1937—MAS
Term 5a g gu May 1'41-Q-F
12
Rensselaer
A
Saratoga—
6% g bds May 1 1941-MAN
1013* Rich Frederlcksb A Potomac—
1
Cons mtge 4t*a 1940
AAO
1
Richmond A Mecklenburg—
106
1st g 4a Nov 1 1948.
MAN
140
Rich A Peters 4**a 1940—-AAO
Richmond Term 1st 5a 1952
JAJ
60
Richmond-Waahlngton Co—
89
Coll tr g gu 4a 1943 opt—JAD
Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939--JAD
Rio Gr So lat g 4a 1940
JAJ

Oregon-Wash RR A Nav—

Southern 111 A Mo

"

3**

5a

So Pac Coaat lat g

81

RR Stocks.

Raleigh A Augusta Air Line—
1st 5s 1931
--J&J
Rai A Cape Fear 1st 5a 1943MAS
Ral A Gaston lat 5a g 1947—JAJ
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939—JAJ
Reading Company—
Jer Cent g 4a *51 op '06—AAO
Gen A ref 43*a 1997 ser A.JAJ
Gen A ref 4**s 1997 ser B—JAJ

-—

81

107
17

3**

3**

3 **s 1936—FAA
57
Somerset Ry lat A ref 4a '55-JAJ
63
lat M 4s July 2 1950
-JAJ
/ 20
South Bound RR 1st 5a 1941 AAO
South A North Alabama—
104**
Con guar g 5s 1936-——-FAA

79
98

/

Sioux City A Pac

80

1961

$

/

Lewiab'g—
2d 6a gold July 1 1925 ext at
5% to July 1 1945
—JAJ
Shrev Bdg A Ter 5s '55 gu—FAA

Gen cona gu g

Prov Ter 1st g 4a gu 1956—MAS
Prov A Wore lat 4a 1947--AAO

33**

95

5a

63**

108

J&J
Portland RR.
See P U bonds.
Port Reading lat gu 5a 1941—JAJ
Portsmouth Great Falls A
Conway RR 4**s 1937—JAD
Potomac Yal lat gu 5s g 1941 JAJ
Prov Sec deb 4a 1957 gu
MAN
Guar

65
64

113

1953 series B—FAA
Port! (Me) Term gu 4s 1961-JAJ

18

Shimokln Sunbury A

109
113

1st M 6s

FAA

1st gu 6s 1935 ser B
Certificates of deposit

55

61

A—-—FAA

1st 6s 1953 series

1073*

Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946--JAJ
1st cons guar 5s 1946JAJ

„8ec g 4**s 1963-

87
96

aeriea A—FAA

Certificates of deposit

62

C—-JAD

aeriea

4
45
43
42

Ry—

Florida

lat gu 6s 1935

613*

/

Eqtr53*e'35-'36(a-a)
AAO r
1936-1940 (a-a)—JAJ
Eqtr 4**a Jan 15*36-40(a-a) JAD
41
Atlanta-Birmingham Dlv—
lat g 4a May 1 1933
MAS */13

45

'

1959 ser B—AAO
I960 ser O ...AAO
Young A Ashtabula—
gen 4a aeriea A 1948—£&D

5**

/

Eq tr 5a

114

1940--———.AAO

lat gen 5a 1974

stamped

5% secured notes 1931—FAA
Equip tr 6a fa-ai 1935-37-FAA

1%

Seab-All

A Lake Erie—

1st 4**s series D 1977—-JAD
Port Arthur Canal A Dock—

1013*

33

1st m 4**s 1950 series O—JAJ
Ore RR A Nav cons 4s 1946. JAD

3**s 1944

1043*
733*

93**

Ohio Ind A Western 5s 1938
Ohio Klv KR-lit g 5s 1936-JAD

con

a

Shawmut—

1962 BerIe*

,0/*,

1083*
1013*
97**

1st guar g 4s 1948JA„
Ohio »JuuneoMng 4s 1943-.-M&8

Gu tr cti's g 3**s 1937
Gu tr ctfs g 3**s 1941
Gu tr ctfs g 3**s 1942

1st

3.25

1st mtge 4**s 1947——MAS

Pennsylvania Company—
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952

43

95

Ogdensburg A Lake Champlain—

Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s

48

95

Northwestern Terminal RR—
1st M 5a 1977
An.-Apr /
Norwich A Worcester—

PaANYOanal

.

Adj mtge 5a Oco"l

3
3
16

1

1st m 4**s
1st M 4**s
Pitts

1C4
723*
86**
101

Q-F

Gen gold 5s 1937Old Colony RR 4s 1938
1st M 6**s 1944
1st M 5s 1945 series B

43**
373*

Ref A imp 6s 2047 ser B—_ JAJ
Ref A imp 5s 2047 ser C
JAJ
Ref A imp 5s 2047 ser D
JAJ
Eq tr 4v*s 1936 40 (yr)MAS15
No Ry of Oal 5s g gu 1938--AAO
North Penna ext'd 4s 1936—MAN
Gen g 3 3-10s 1953—
JAD

Gu tr ctfs g

1

1959—-----J&D f

Pitts A West Va Ry—
1st m 4**s 1958 ser A-...JAD

65

46**

'

»

7

AAO*/123*
/ 13
1949--FAA /
2
Ref gold 4a 1959 opt
AAO */ 6
Certificates of deposit-7
4**
lat A cona 6a 1945 aer A--MAS /
6**
Stamped
Ctfs of dep

1153*

10

112

113 3*
1950-AScm */ 14**
/ 133*

Certificates of deposit

1927--.FAA

.

Certificates of deposit---—

107

1.50

1055*

105

1950--AAO

Seab Air Line lat g 4a

115

b

115

113

_

110

106**

1123*
5a July 1 1943—JAJ
RR A Coal45
lat g guar sf 5a 1942———JA J /
106**
Pitta Va A Cnar gu 4s 1943 MAN

123**

112**

Val—

Santa Fe Preacott A Phoenix—
lat g 5a 1942
MA8
Scioto Val A N E lat 4a 1989 MAN

Cons lat g

„„

-

Without Apr 1 1933. Oct 11933

■

102**
1093*
1093*
109**
117**
116**
115**

88**

873*

J&J

—A&O

lat g 5a Oct 1 1940
3an Fran Term lat 4a

1113*

118

J&J
Pass—

1st guar g 4s 1943
San Fran A San Joaquin

PIttab Term

Northern Ohio Ry 1st guar 5s—

^

A

lat a f g 5a

—.

Pitts Shenango

Gen A ref g 4 **s ser A*74- MAS

Stmpd

111
110

Gold 4s Feb 1

6% receivers' ctfs

N A W Pocahontas 4s '41.JAD

April 11933 A sub

118

1123*
1113*

1949—
F&A
1952--—FAA

5s

14**
50

"

Northern Central—

Gen A ref 5s 1974

gold

13
*/ 49

.

106

_

_

Eq tr 6 **a 1935 (yr)
—.AAO
Pitts Shawmut A Northern—

104

Norfolk Ter 1st gu 4s 1961—MAN
Norfolk A Western Ry—
1st consol 4s 1996
.-AAO

n„7

116

-—MAN
—F&A

1957
1960

4**s series I 1963
.——FAA
4**s series J 1964
MAN
Gen M 5a 1970 aer A——JAD
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B
AAO
Gen M 4**s 1977 ser O—JAJ
Pitts A Lake Erie

48**
100

20**

Norfolk A Oar 5s 1939
AAO
Narfolk Southern—
1st. A ref g 5s *61 opt *15—FAA

Certificates of deposit
Norf & soutn 1st 6s 1941-MAN
1st gen g 5s 1954 opt
JAJ

55
45

39

44**

Term 1st g 5s 1943—
N Y Westchester A Bos By—
1st M g 4**s 1946 guar
JAJ
Nard Ry s f 6 **■ 1950
AAO

:>

993*
85

Union Depot—

lat & ref 5a 1972
San Antonio & Aransas

B 1942-------AAO
O 1942
.—MAN
1945
..MAN
E 1949
—F&A
1953—
-J&D

4**s series
4**s series
4s series D
3 3*s series
4s series F
4s series G
4s series H

99**
84

AAO

2d mtge 4**s 1937
Gen mtge 5a g 1940

27

26**

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

_

MAN
J&D
A&O

8tock trust ctfs 4s 1948
N Y Prov A Bos 4s 1942

"f" and Income and defaulted bonds*
the month preceding the date of issue.

St Paul

Philippine Railway—
1st p 4s 1937 s f opt gu.__JAJ
Pitts Bessemer A Lake Erie—
Cons gold 5s 1947--——JAJ
Pitts Cin Chic A St Louis—
Con ft en 4 "**s ser A 1940-AAO

47**
38

k 107

Norf—lit g 4s *39 JAJ

Income 4s Jan 1 1939

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

47**
36**

__

Extend'd at 4 J* % to Marl'50

N Y FPU

I

75

BONDS

RAILROAD

Aug., 1935]

• Negotiability impaired by maturity.

'

,

'''

,

'■ Si

.

\'

■'

•

•v.

J'. "

"V

i

76

railroad bonds

Bonds and Stocks.

Bid.

U ilon Pacific¬
ist ry & land gr 4o g 1947:.J&J
1st & ref 4s June 2008
M&S

Ask.

Ill
106
115

116

10534
10334

1st & ref 6s June 2
2008--M&S
40-year 434» 1967
—J&J
40-year 4s 1908
J&D
Eq tr 434* 'ae-^ (yr)
m&N
Eq 434s Sept 15'36 '39-M&S15
Eq tr 5s 1936-'87 (yr)
M&S
Union RR 6s
.—1946

1H34
10634
10634

>

2 00

>

2.00

»

w

2.00
126

\l
1%..

Union Terminal Oo (Dallas)—

1st g 6s 1942 opt 1922

„

434s 1979

Atlanta Birin

26

Augusta & Savannah (guar)—100
Cumberland 7% gu
50

40

46

126

Bangor Aroostook
7% preferred

11134

Beech Creek (guar N

10634
10634

Bellefonte

13 34

50

.,1? H

iilH

115

33

35

85H

50

89

Belgian Nat Rys Oo

Ceng 4s 1955 series A

29

18*

100
100

Y C)

150
37

88

1(M)

com

82

32
25

Bait A

104

Series B 1967

„

F&A

—M&N

American shares partlc pref.

1st guaranteed 434«—
July 1914 coupon
J&J1934
July 1914 coupon off
J&J

334
103

'

'

56
3

FIcksburg anrevepori

& Pacific—
Pr lien 6s '15 ext 5% '40—M&N
_Gen 5s May 11941
M&N
Virginia Mid gen 5s 1936 —M&N
Fa & Southwest 5s 2003
J&J
1st cons g 5s 1958
A&<)

100
92

10134
97

63"

66

Virginian Railway—
1st M gold 5s 1902 opt.—M&N
1st in 434s 1962 ser B—M&N

111

11134

10434
Bq tr 43*s 1936-1940(yr)—J&J b 3.00
Eq tr 5a 1936-1938 (yr)
.M&N b 3.00
Wabash RR—1st g 5s 1939-M&N
95
.

2d gold 6s 1939

F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939-J&J
1st Hen term gold 4s 1954-J&J

7734
6034

Ref &

gen 534s 1976 A...M&S
Certificates of deposit......

83

89

89

18

1834

92

9334

60

334s Jan 1954 op 19241—J&J
Wash Term Oo—334s 1946—F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar—...F&A
Washington & Vandemere—
1st 434* 1947
F&A
West Jersey & Sea Shore—
Consol gold 4s 1936
J&J
Cons 3 34* g series B 1930-- J&J
West Shore 1st 4s 2301
J&J
Registered
...J&J
West Virginia & Pittsburgh—

62

10634

90

b

4.25

Penna 6s 1937.-j&J

10536

10634
33

'f

Equipment trust 5s
,b
Eq tr 534s 1935-'38 fyrt-.J&D b
Western Pocohontas 434s 1945..
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
1st consol gold 4s 1949—-M&S
Ref M 4 34s series A 1900.M&S
Ref gold 5s series B 1900.M&8

Wheeling Term 4s 1940

3334
7.50
7.50
101

1st guar g 5s 1942
..J&D
Willamette Val Southern Ry—
__6s 1939
..F&A
Will mar & Sioux Falls^-

82 34
80

3334
3334
0.50%

6.50%

109

10334
104

4234

^

it*

._

.

:

Nortn

"234

3

Pacific—

100

iP.

*VHsr<irn—-1(H)

234

7% preferred
6% preferred

534

134
234
134

1 34

100
.

534

234

100

Cine New Orl & Texas Pacific. 100
Preferred..
100

190

200

107

110

,

74

5% conv preferred

100

4% non-cum preferred..—100

-10

Montgomery & Erie

Mobile & Ohio—wee Southern R>
Morris & Essex (guar)
u— 50

1st 4% non-cum pref..——100
2d 5% non-cum preferred.-100
London Northern...—-100

New
New
New
N Y

Orl Texas & Mexico
100
York Central RR
(t)
Ohic & 81 Ixmis com.—-100

10% non-cum

100
100

Northern Cent, (guar Pa RR). 50
North'n N H (guar B & M)_.100
Northern Pacific Ry———..100

-100

10534

Consol RRs of Cuba 0% pref. 100
Cripple Creek Central
1<«'
Preferred
.100
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref.. 100
....

_

6

Preferred (guar C H & D).. 50
Delaware & Bound Br (guar..100
Delaware & Hudson Oo.
100

98

102

198

205

25

—

.

Denv & Rio Gr West 6% pref
Denver & Salt Lake
Detroit Hills & S W (guar).
Detroit & Mackinac Ry
non-cum pref
Duluth South Shore A

50

100
(t)
100
100

y

/

1034
8J
8

,

U

71

934

50

69

50

71

1

188
134

434
434

111#

23

7u
68
73

1134

preferred——.100

non-cum

y..
y

^yyVy-Ayy

-v

'

37

Preferred

...

Pitts Cln Ohic & St Louis..—100
Pitts Ft W A Chic coin (gu) .100

7% conv pref (guar Pa RR)-100
Pttsburgh A Lake Erie—. . AO
Pittsb & West Virginia—....100
Pitts b Youngs town & Ashtabula—
7% non-cum preferred—...100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
100
Railroad Securities Oo—

39

78

162

166"

179

183
65

62

1034

934

165

158

92

7

J4 % 111 Cent stk ctf 1952- .1000
Reading Company.—.
50
4% non-cum 1st pref.......50

36
95

Potom—Com—100
Dividend obligations—
100
6% guaranteed
—100
7% guaranteed
.....100
rtoch & Genesee Val RR
100

834
3834

38

75

Rich Fred &

Rome & Clint

D A H)—100

(am

37

103

75
130

160
85

82

75

100

4

5

Bridge let pref.—100
2nd preferred
—.100
St Louis-San Francisco Ry
100

145
72

150

Rutland 7% preferred—
St ixi u 1m

6% non-cum

preferred..—100

St Louis Soutn western

5% non-cum preferred
Saratoga a ocheiiectady (gu)
Seaooard Air Line cm mon .

75
I

II
111
18 J

134

KM)

100

a00
..t
4-2% non-cum preferred—100
Sharon
60
Southern Pacific Co..———100
Southern Ry common.

5% non-cum

100

preferred——100

105

"i
52

66

1934

1934
734

79*

Tennessee Central.......

334

64

3M

!3334

13
175

78
105

110

81

634
934
80

834

107"

49

42"

37
74
118

20 34

40
7

234

.

Lit Schuyl Nav RR & Ooal(gu) 50
Louis & Mo Riv pref (guar) —100

152

10
21

17

15*

25
103

3134

2734

65

23

834

23

21

260

60

tr ctfs..

Ohio stk

Texas & Pacific.

.

--it)
—......100

Onion

78

134
1434

100

53

preferred—...100

1&*
11"

105

100

Troy & Gr'bush (gu N Y O)- 50
Tunnel RR of St Louis
100

Lehigh Valley.

65

27

147

18

6

a

V 80

263

60

19

1

65
75

Southwestern of Ga (guar)...100

1434

Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Oo
Internet Rys (Cent Am) com (t)
Com vot trust ctfs........ (t)

4%

-i00

66
69

1234

20

100

Lackawanna RR of N J—...100
50
Preferred
60
Little Miami original guar... 50
Spec guar betterment stk.
50

preferred .—........100

13

334
834

10934
1934

06

Ogden Mine RR (gu
ofd Colony (gu NYNH&H)-100
Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 60
Passaic & Dei Ext....--——.100
Paterson & Hudson River
60
Pennsylvania RR
60
Pennroad Corp v t c
——
1
Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)..100
Peoria & Eastern
100
Pere Marouet.te Ry com
100

18

A*

Manhattan—....100

L & Ohio—Pref (gu)—100
Kansan Cftv Southern
.....105

74

78
168

1234
2034

99"

97

95

Mob a

100

K O St

'v

75

.......100

5% preferred—
—.100
Joliet & Chic (guar C & A)—100
Rai Allegan A vet Rap igU)_—10U

74

162

Green Bay A Western..... ..100
Gulf Mobile & North com—.100

6% preferred

13 34
9

834

Non-cumul 6% pref ser A—100
Leased lines (guar)
...100

it*

78
55
75

13

pt
Wayne & Jack pref (guar). 100
Georgia RR& Bank Oo (gu)—100
Great Northern Ry—
Iron Oro prop trust ctfs——ft)
6% non-cum preferred
.100

Hudson &

534
734
34

76

1st preferred.. 100
2d preferred—100

Hartford & Ooun Western

2l"

55"

1*
51

.—

108

234

51

50
50
100

Erie & Ralamaauu iguar;.
Erie & Pitts (guar Pa RR)...

90

47

lOO

Atl

KJmira & W'roeoort (guar).
Preferred (guar Nor Cent).
non-cum

?8*

if1
uhH

100

130

10634
1934

4% non-cum 2d pref
—50
Rensselaer A (Saratoga (guar) -100

45*

43

com (.guar;

134
188
106

.

50

Dayton A Mich

4% non-cum

10534

4

V'
40

..

?34

186 34
105

91

Phlla & Trenton (gu Pa RR)

108

434

t*

100
On N J). 100

Norwich & Worcester pref

14 34

Preferred

135

160
101

Piedmont & Northern'....... 100

103

2^

20
133

65
62
102

13 34

50

8
21

034

99

17

4% 1st non-cum preferred—100
non-cum preferred-.100

O duinbus A Aunia (guari
Connecticut & Passumpslc—

120

334

20?|

47

8634
5034
5034
1834
1734

18

115

50

5% prior preferre..

49

45

'Sii

100

North RR of N J (guar Erie)

Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie..

5u
..100

21
47

Northern Securities Oo stubs....
North Pennsvlv (iru P&R).
60

87

KUy

1934

preferred—.-50

160

bettertii't stk (guar Pa

8

6434

43

Phlla Gorin A Norris (guar)..

49

4

6334

National Rys of Mexico—

83
85

5ii
50

234
39

45

100

145

Rii;7%

234
33

Nashv & Decatur (gu L & N)—

100

...—

334

Mobile & Birmingham—

100

4%

"334

IOC

5%

44

334
234
10

;,7H

Pacific cum

68

guar

1

1

7% preferred series A

62

234
234

100

Mo-Kan-Tex RR com

110

preferred

15"

5

50

non-cum

19

i~,66o

50

Cln < ulon i'erio 6% pref.. .100
Clearfield & Mahoning (guar)..50

4%

Albany & Sucquehanna (guar)

:

100

1%

234

—.100

5% non-cum preferred

5% non-cum
(lilnois Central

i'i:

J*

1<M.

com

Erie—Common-...—.—
17

Ala Great Southern

.v

—.100

Delaware Lack & Western—

Par

:■y:

8sa

6% non-cum preferred.....100
East Penna iguur f a By..— 50

tid^pi936:;j&j f

;Vi'

Common

50

Missouri

;

"534

1734

50
Minneapolis & St Louis
100
Minneapolis St P & 8 8 M—.100
7% non-cum preferred——100
4% eased line ctfs—
100
Mississippi Central—
100

is*
73

52

4434

» *>uisv common.- .100

A

50

Preferred

Mlnehili & Schuyl Hav (gu)—

Adjust 4% non-cum pref—100
No Carolina (guar So UK). .100

49

525

5

75

45

58
38

490
52

80U
1

7% conv preferred—.——.100
N Y Ontario & Western—
100
Norfolk Southern...—100
Norfolk & Western Ry
.—100

34

4% 2d
9734
10434
1.50%
1.50%
106
10634

20

/_

—

58

Ask

~43~

4134

10U

Michigan oentral
Midland Valley com

N Y Lack & West (guar)
N Y New Haven & Hartf

95

Bid.

..100

Massawippi Valley

6% preferred series A..—-100
com
cut
... ,1
60

Ohic & East TPInois common.lOf

P

100

N Y & Harlem

11*

89
93
55
55

-

at

Preferrnd

5% non-cum preferred

22

■;.

54

.

5%

40

lst guar g 5s 1938
..J&D
Wilmington & Newborn—
1st gold 4s 1947
F&A
Winnipeg Term.
See Can North

,y£i: H

> 52

Delaware

108
10234
103 34
106

F&A
White & Black River Valley—
1st 5s 1980
J&J / 10
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—
1st ggu 4 4s 1941 opt—.M&N
104
Wilkes-Barre & Eastern

Mabamadi" Victaburg"^*

i"2M
14o

100

...25
4%-100
Common stamped 5%
100
Oatawissa RR—1st pref (guar) .50
2d pref (guar P&R)
50
Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W). 30
Central or New Jersey
100
Chesapeake Corp
(t)
Chesapeake & Ohio common ..25
Chicago Burl & Quincy——100

OleveA '^tts iguar Pa

9034

Gen mtge gold 4s 1943
A&O
Western Pacific RR Corp—

RAILROAD STOCKS.

~2~~

com

Colorado & Southern

9734
A—j&j
10334
....6 4.25

4«ToW—M&N

16

Canada Southern

Ohic Milw

50

50
.....100

OleveOinc Chicago A Ht L

90

103

10234
82)4

...A&O

Slip & OuHIW

14

33

6%

8834

Maryland 4sl952—A&O

Certificates of deposit

8

,

30

a

Pref (guar L S & M 8)

Maine Central

100

U nstamped

9

11H

Cincinnati Sandusky & Cleveland

107

West Fruit Exp—See Gt Nor—

Winstou-Saieuu Southbound—
1st gold guar 4s 1900
J&J
Wis Cent Ry—1st M fir 4« *49 J&J

8
8

7% non-cum preferred—.—100
Ohic R 1 A Pacific common—100

19

24

141

Oaro Cllnchfield & O

Par.

Nashy Chatt & St Louis

23"

-

Chicago A

81

934
934

8

100
25

20

W ashington Co Ry 1st
g guar

1st M 5s 1946 series A
M&S
Assented 5s 1948..——....

1934

8

834

100

18

gen 5s 1980 ser D—A&O
Certificates of deposit..

a

100
100
100
100

Preferred scamped.

Ohic ind

1934

8

8tooka
Cxiulsville & Nashville
Mahoning Coal RR

Stamped

4% non-cum preferred

Warren 1st refg 3 34s 2000— F&A
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948... aMar

i

6
*

Bost & Prov (guar Old Col)
Camden & Burl Co (guar)

5934

57

gen 4)*s 1978ser O.A&O
Certificates of deposit..—.

N

116

7

100

Stamped—
1st pref 5' ro class A
1st pref 8( yo class B
1st pref 7' yo class C
1st pref If % class D_
1st pref 434 % class E

0% preferred
Chicago Greaf West
4% preferred—

8334

Rel &

West

11534
534

100
100
100
100
100

1st pref 434 % class E
7% Prior pret—

6934

68

Bef A

1st & re» 534s 1977 ser
Equipment trust 4 34s
Equipment trust 5s

64"

10034

5s 1976 ser B..F&A
Certificates of deposit...

Western

80

89"

Ref &

f 4s 1990

9534

83
83

*41.A&O

1st pref 5% class A
1st pref 8% class B
1st pref 7 % class O
1st pref 10% class D

Canadian Pacific

1934

Det & Chic ext 1st g 5s '41.J&J
Des M Dlv 1st g 4s 1939—J&J
Toledo & Ohic 4s g 1941—M&S
Omaha Dlv 1st 334s

litis

105

2%

1634

Equipment trust 5 34s....
Equiptment trust 5a
Bq u 4>>s 1956 42 (yr)—A&O

g

134

(guar NYC).. lUO
Bo»*on & Maine com
.....100

IP.

Cask war & scipt rcpt No .5 on *7 234
Vermont Vail 1st 434s 1940- -A&O
10134
FIcksburg Bdge & Term Oo—
1st Msf0s 1958..
M&S
54
Debenture s f 7s 1948
3
M&S

Wabash Ry—

...-50

Unstamped—■

i.

-

Central

Boston & Alb

Vera Cruz A Pacific RR—

/.yy

MX

23

107)4

Fandalla BR—

K

90

79
145

123

M&S

95
55

pref
10U
Char Air L
(guar)
100
ttlanta & West Point
.100
Ulantlc Coast L Oo of
Conn.-50
itlantic Coast L RR com
100

Den 1st g 334s Mar 1 '61.M&S

„

5434

& Ooaat

iwan A

11034

—

Ask.

92

Atchinson Topeka A Santa FelOO
6% non-cum pref.
100

10634

ii&O

-

v»onerai gold 4s 1944

Bid.

Par.

Baltimore & Ohio com.
4% non-cum pref

United N i RR & Oanal Oo—
v

Stocks.

Allegheny & West (0% guar).100

51

47

50

105

115

Pacific—Common.....100

4% non-cum preferred...—100
United N J RR a Oanal (gU).l(H)
Otlca Chen & Susq Val (gu).100
Otica Clinton & Binghamton. 100
Valley RR (N Y) (guar)—.100
Vermont & Mass (guar)—...100
Vicksb Shrevep & Pac com_-_100
5% non-cum preferred—-.100
Virginian Railway com
—100
tYabash Railway
——.100
5% non-cum pref A..——100
5% non-cum conv pref B—100
W*
60
West Jersey & Seashore (guar) 50
Western Maryland Ry com—10^
1st preferred
100
4% non-cum 2d pref.......100
Warren N J (guar DBA

Western Pacific RR

Corp....100
6% non-cum preferred..—100
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry—-100
6% non-cum preferred
100

4

1934

70
'

6

\ 20

55
145

150"

10534
8834

10634
9034

254
87
23

258
90
26

98

102

12234
54
57

72"
100

07

234
134
49

52

66

68.^

4*

58,

11H

13$

834
.

334
22
31

■■
:

■

•••:'

'

■:;

yy.y

b Basis,
per

f This

1100 face

y-y-y.

•




price

Includes

int.

accrued interest,
k Last sale,
♦ Negotiability lm Dai red
by maturity.

n

Nominal.

x

Ex-divide ad.

t No

par

value.

J Quotations represent

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and

interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds*

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Quotations for all securities are as near as

Stocks and Bonds.

Per

Administered Fund
Affiliated Fund
Air

Investors

(t)

Inc

share.

General American Investors —1

1.47

t C.

v

1~61

(t)

Convertible preferred
Warrants
Aldred Invest Trust (Mass)—

16

(+)

;

58

62

52

56
1

92

94

$6 pref ("with
Pref

34

(f)

9534

F&A

1.09

Amer. Capital Oorp A
Class B

$3 preferred

A&O

11
fclOl

Amer. Oomposit Trust Shares

434

American

European Secur

(t)

Coll tr s f 5s 1958 ser A
J&J
Amer Founders Chrp common.. 1

Amer &

Investors Inc

Preferred
Warrants

Railroad

"34
30

31
1.15
9

53""

13 34

14 34

334
434

?>

?

S3 preferred A

'

634
34

Warrants

113*
53
3 34

.........

Bancamerica-Blair Corp........
Bancshares, Ltd—
Participating shares .......50c
Bankers Nat Investing com A (t)
Common
Bankers Sec Oorp of

...........

534
50c

M

Am..."„V(t)

7% preferred
.....10
Basic Industry Shares
—(t>
British Type Investors d A
1
Bullock Fund Ltd
(1)

28c
13 3*

...

10
J&D

3 3*
334
1334

Without warrants
Corporate Trust shares old

v

m mm m

m

m m

series

mrnmmm mm m

44

25.48

234
38 34
...

234
634
334
21

24
2

27.40

§*
4

10

100
io

7% cum preferred
100
Cumulative TrustSbares
(f)
Deposited Insur Shs ser A_.
Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A—
_

.

2634
3234

C shares..

_D shares

...........

Elec Shareholdings

Corp

com..

•6 conv pref with warr

<♦>

_

Equity Trust Shares
Federated Capital Oorp com

2834

8434

3.70
6

v

6% preferred

Series B

8V*

o

30

134

134

(t)
25
(t)

46.67

Fourth Naf'l Investors w w
1
Fundamental Investors Inc
Fundamental Trust Shares Inc—

31
2.21

3134

Class A..................
Class B
(f)

4.81

5.35

.

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

k Last sale,

I.

.

'

Jy

;

n

2.41

Nominal,

x

16.46

134
134
45c

634

1*

IF
883*

Southern Corp com

Spencer Trask Fund Inc
—(t)
Standard Amer. Trust shares
Standard Corporations Inc
1
Standard Industrials Inc
Standard Investing Oorp com_(t)
$5.50 preferred
(t)
Deb 5s Mar 1 1937 with warr..
Ex warrants

-------

F&A 15

10334

36

65*
1*

1lo5

Class C

* Called Oct. 1 at 100>*•

—

A*
69

7134
63*

534

134

6% cum

84

%
1834

19j|'

5s

conv

16.52
2.80
4.60
1.55

17.57
3.05
5.00
1.67

J**
26

oi*
27

943*
943i
9334

95"
9434

57c

63c

71.37

76.99

?
4034
334
433*

4*

3.47
2.40

1.38

1

243*

(t)

431

(t)

pref

Warrants

903*
134
10934

....—-----

deb 1953

Trusteed Amer Bank

J&J
Shares B___

3.58
1.31

3.68

Bank shares.......
Trustee Stand Invest serO
Class D.
—
Trustee Standard Oil shares A—

34
334

34

......

Trustee N Y

1.40

84

81

6.41
...

1.39 Third National investors
37
! Tri-continental Corp....
73

81

6.40

..........

Class D
17.76,
23.001 Supervised Shares

Series B

—

Trust Fund Shares.............

1.01

1.19
1.44

2.42
6.15

2.75
6.25

5.20

5.30

2.37

43*

33*

Union Amer Invest Corp—

90
6

92

634

80

883*

48

55

3——
U 8 & British internal class A_(t)
$3 preferred—
it)
ueb g 5s 1948
-M&N
U S Elec Light & Pow tr ctf A...
Trust ctfs ser B—.....—

33*

85

334
87 34
8734

98

9834

3534

Voting trust ctfs.—
U S Elec Pow Oorp com w war .1
U S & Foreign Securities com.(t)
$6 1st preferred——
(t)
U 8 & Internat Sec
.....(t)

with warrants—(t)
Utility Equities Corp com—(t)
$5.50 priority stock
Utility & Industrial Oorp
1st pref

39

5

22

23

"34
2.04

2.27

VA

*334

United N Y Bank Shares O

11

85

(t)
5s ser A 1948
J&D
United Founders common
.1
United Gold Equities (Can)—
Standard shares
—1
United Insurance Tr Stocks F
Common

.. —

9234

1034

__(t)

134
69

2.42

Trusteed Industry Shares

ft)

Pacific Investing Oorp—
Deb 5s 1948 without warr.-J&J
Pacific Southern Invest pref—(t)
Class A
(f

1*45

1 33

7.52
3.92

3.67

—

58

3

M&N
A&O

Class B

Class BB

"6"

Old Colony Trust Assoc

A.if)

.....—-—-(')
preferred
(t)
S3 cum conv 1st pf—
50
Sun Investing Oorp com— — (t)
$3 convertible preferred
(f)
Super Oorp of Amer class A——
Class AA..———

"23*
16.42

13*

—

$1.20

10134
1023*

21.16

A

Common B

5

91c

134
38
2.76

(t)

—

Sterling Securities common

100

103

70
80

Spanish & Gen Oorp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg——_£1
Amer dep rets
ord bearer £1

Standard Utilities Inc......—(+)
State St Investment Oorp—- - (t)

79
79

Ex-dividend.

Trustee sh.

28

.(t)

Class B

4.54

$5.50 prior stock ........—it)
Allotment certificates..— .—

434s Mar 1 1942
M&S
334
5s March 1 1952—
M&S
19.44 Shenandoah Oorp common.... 1
2.50
$3 convertible preferred
25

2.68

Securities.........100

Oils & Industries com..
Preferred
Old Colony Invest Trust—
.....

General com__(t)

30c

2.68
2.65

Co

70

534a series 2 Oct 1937

Selected Management

234

Sbawmut Bank Inv Trust—

42

2.12

Deb 5s Nov 1 1947
Deb 5s April 1 1948

913

7.74

3*

25

1953

Overseas Securities

(t)

preferred

25

Debenture 434s Feb 1 1947
Debenture 4 34« Dec 15 1952...

43.31
4.03

--

North American Trust shares—

1958
Northern

conv

4634

1955.......................
1956

1.48

.(f)




Niagara Share Oorp (Md)
Conv deb 534s 1950——M&N
B common
.............5
$6 cum preferred—
—(f)
North American Bond Trust Ctrs.

Common
..

Fidelity Fund, Inc
Five Year Fixed Trust shares
Fixed Trust Shares series A
_(t)

/Flat price,

Voting trust ctfs—
New Jersey Bankers Securities—
N Y Bank Trust Shares—

2 60

1.50
1.13

18

Remodified

Nationwide Sec Co.............

35"
4.55

4

1
...

National Securities Investment. I
Preferred
100
National Trust Shares—

4.09

1

Equity Oorp common .......10c
$3 conv preferred
.......
Equity Shares

,

Warrants

57

$5

Deb 534 b 1939
Stand Oil Trust Shares
Class B

1.27

...

2.34

Dividend Shares...............
Eastern Utilities Investing Oorp—
Deb 5s 1954—
M&8 15 fk 14

—

$5.50 preferred

4.45

3.40
5

Major Shares Corp........
(f)
Maryland Fund Inc
Massachusetts Investors Trust..1

88

834

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

Ijow-Priced Shares.....

Nat Bond & Share Corp...—.(f)
National Investors
(t)

108

Diversified Trustee Shares
B shares

Without warrants....

Mutual Investment Trust—

113

1.28

Investors

Equity—
Oou.-iiture 5s series A 1947
Deb 5s ser B 1948 with warr..

34
234

Securities Oo of New Jersey—

100

24

2.59

preferred.

1947—

Investors Fund of America...—*

3

3934

2.59

8%

V

Investment Trust of N Y coll A..

10034

2.20

A A (modified)
AGO (modified)

Oram & Forster Inc com.....

I

i

without warrants.

Accumulative series.........

Orum & Forster Tnsursb B

—————10
% preferred
(t)

.=>8 series A with warrants

100

2234

2 47

75

96

4434

5s series A 1947
.....—J&D
Investment Co of Am—

1034

2.20

m m m m i

87g
k

$3 convertible pref "A"
Share—

1034

86
2.21

„

J&D
1
(f)

Common

.

:

30

2.32

72

13*
563*

1.67
1.32
1.27

Investment Bond &

14 34
3.70

22
1

Commonwealth Securities pf—100
Continental Secur Oorp com..(t)
5% preferred
......100
V!
Debenture 5s May 1
1942

"48c

2$

100
—...100

3 35

Class B

Century Shares-Trust.....
(t)
Chicago Corporation.f
Convertible preferred......u
Commercial National Corp...

Int Sec Corp of Am com A
(t)
Class B common .........(t)

134
2934
10.13

47

Second Nat Inv Oorp—
Common.. *
.........—1

$6 preferred
-(t)
Selected American shares
Selected American Shares Inc
Selective Cumulative Shares
Selected Income Shares ...... —
Selected Industries com
(t)

tellH!

9.38

95

1.62
1.28

Securities Corp

1830l

Interstate Equity common

V*

(t)

——

28

1.50
103
100

42"

i_
-

95c

40
1948
20c
Holding Corp..
Hydro Elec Sec com—.(t)
'.222(f)
Incorporated Investors. .
2.47
independence Trust Shares .
14.81
Indus & Power Securities Co
Insull Utility Invest—
34
Deb g 5s Jan 1949
F&A ♦/
*
Deb g 6s 1940 B with war.. J&J
nt"
25c
Insurant*hares Co. of Delaware..]
63*
Insuranshares (Md) ctfs Inc —1

9834
134

<t)
60
F&A

Class B common

6% preferred
—
Debenture 5s 1948..

93c

Debenture 5s series A

103

1

6s series 4 Nov 1942.......—

Huron

834

834
96
52

34
134

5sseries 3 Dec 1937—....—--

2*
i*

;

-(f)

Debenture 5s 1947—

1

1

(t)
—

1.01

~

1.17

1.36

453*

91c

Royalties Management A...—
Int Sec Oorp A com—(ti

Second

1.13

1.03
15

234

23*

...

86c
1.16

r

—

Guardian Luviators com.......

$6 preferred
$3 preferred
$7 preferred

1.47
1.36
85c

stock

Common

1.07

Guardian Invest Trust.......(f)

634% preferred...
6% preferred

75c

3.50

Canadian Investment Fund Ltd..
Capital Administration cl A....1
Class B.
(t)
cum pref ser A
5s series A 1953
Cent Nat Oorp class A

1134
5334
334
634

13 H

_

•3

41

27

(f)

1.15

(t)

*

Ask.

share.

44

1.36
101

1.03
84c

Equipment Shares-

Shares...

1.51

*1.19

Tobacco Shares..............
Utilities

55""

(t)

.

Steel Shares........—..——.

.........

Preferred ww
..50
Atlantic Secur 434« A 1953.A&0
Atlas Oorp common.........(f)

Machinery Shares.

734

.

w

1.16

;

—

534

7

........

Associated Stand Oil Shs
Atlantic & Pac Int com w

Equipment Shares..

Shares..
Railroad Shares..--—

Amer Insuranstoekn Corp
Amer

1.47

Petroleum

Common class

....(f)
common....!

77c

Distillery & Brewery Shares—

"434

96M

A_(t)
B—.......( ■)
S3 preferred....
.......( )
Amerex Holding Corp
( )

1.11
95c

v:,:,''.- 1.33
1.23

1234

28 34
1.04

Gen Sec com class

1.01

Investing Co Shares..........
Merchandising Shares.......
Mining Shares

29

preferred sec D ........50
7% preferred ser B
..._50
Amer General Equities Ins

1.45

Building Shares-

634

i

(T)

—

1948.A&0

Quarterly Income SharesRailway & Lt Sec 5s......
434s May 1 1953

~

3

Amer Elec Sec partlc pref .....1

(t)

$6 preferred
Pub Util Investing 5s

Preferred

1.31
86c

Industrial

10
..10c

Representative Trust. Shares
Republic Investors Fund
Reynolds Invest 5s 1948.—.——

66
;

——

Food Shares...

(t)

Deb 5s 1943

.

20

.........(t)

•5.50 prior pref

Automobile Shares

Electrical

(t)

American <& Continental Corp
Common

14

Invest-

Great Brit & Canada

.(f)

fiec r-orn

Phoenix

$3 conv pref class A
Plymouth Fund Inc..

Reliance iutornatUorp com A(10c >

allot, ctf. 25% 1st pref (f)

Chemical Shares

234

(t)

.....

12

warrants)—.ft)

2

Aviation Shares.

2534

Amer Business Shares

J*

22

ment Corp 434s 1959——A&O
Group Securities, Inc—
Agricultural Shares...——.

Amer Bankstocks Corp
(f)
American British & Continental—

Common ................it)

5"34

134

1

Realty & Utlitle# com

Bid.
Per

Prudential Investors
18 34

German Credit & Invest.

'34

Allied Int Investing Oorp com.(t)
S3 convertible preferred
.(t)

332
4.85

investors Trust—...

General

93*
9534

15*>

,

6

—

Par.

share.

3i6

—It)

$6 preferred..

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

k 10334

Corp.—1

General Investment

Gen'l

Alliance Investment com.... (t)
5s A with warr 1949
J&J

g

92

Warrants

Deb 4Ha with com shs.
1967
Aldred Investment Corp (Can)—
Deb 434s with com shs
..1968

>eb
{6 preferred
5s 1953

9

(t)

$6 preferred

Deb 5s Feb 1 1952 without warr

IS
17:

34

...

....

Bid.

Par.

Per

14.98

........

com w W

com..

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.

Bid.

Par.

Convertible preferred

6.34
13*

t No par value.

n*

15

87

88

153*
2.24

153*
2.14
78c

sH

-

86c

$

83

88

134
6534
33*

70

68

70

334

Public Utilities
(Includes street and electric railways, gas, electric power, water,

telegraph, telephone and bridge companies.*

bond prices are "and interest" except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

NOTICE.—All

Bid.

Bonds

Alabama

61
102 %

97
96 %
85

J&D

03%
103%
98
98
86

91

93

97 %

1st g 5s Jan 1 I960 opt
Atlantic Co Wat 5s *58

J&J

Albanv

Ry-~ See United Trao
42
Albia Lt & Ry 1st mtge 5s *41 J&J
AlbuquerqueNat Gash %s'40 M&N / 18
Alleg bellev & P—See Phila
Allegheny Gas Oorp 6%b'43 M&N I 14
Allentown-Bethlehem Gas 1st
f
107%
5%«1954
A&O
Alliance Power 1st 6s 1952.-M&S / 30
Alton

Water 5s 1956

Ahoona &

Logan

1st coll 4s Jan 1

47

69

71

70

Amarlllo Gas 6s
Amer Commonwealths

Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
Deb g 5%s 1953
f1onv deb 6s 1940.

Power-

F&A

2*

M&N
M&S

...

*}

1

~i%

2%

Amer Klec Pow deb 6s '6'< M&S 15 *f 14%
Amer & Foreign Power Oo—
73 %
Deb g 6s 2030
M&S
Amer Fuel & Pow 7s 1934—.J&J S
3
105 %
Amer G & K deb 5s 202H
..M&N

74%

Am

Community Pow 5%s '53 J&J

.

Am Gas & Pow deb 5s 1953.M&N f
Certificates of deposit
Secured deb 6s I93v»
...J&D
l

36

36
41

40

ueb 6s zulo

;
'

41
91 %

60%

61

12

M&S

Amer Stater Public Serv—
1st 1 6%s 1948 ser A
M&N
Deb 6s 1938
J&D
Amer Telep & Tel eg—
Oonv g 4s '36 conv aft '09.M&S
Coll trust 5s 1946..
J&D
Deb sf 6s 1960
..J&J

14

108 %

109

112%
112%
108%
112%

112%
112%
108%
112%

Amer Toll Bridge 1st 7s '45.A&0
103
2nd convertible 8s 1945..A&O
105%
.American Utilities Co—
1st lien & ref 6s 1945
J&D / 27
Deb 6 %s 1941
21
M&N 1
Amer Util Service 6s 1964
73

104

100%
86%

M&S

Deb 6s 1975 Ser A
Deb 5s 1975 ser B
Ana&Pot R

M&j.,

76

J&D

100%
88%
77

102%
70

F&A

102%
75

Appalachian Elec Power—
1st & ref 5s 1956

.

..

105 M
i07 %

M&N

Appalachian Power5s 1941..J&D
7% gold bonds 1936
F&A
Deb gold 6s 2024
J&J

108%

..

Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Oo.
Arlsona Edison 1st 5s 1948— J&
6s s f series A 1945
A&O
Arizona Pow 6s 1947 ser A
M&N
Pow

Geh 6 H»

1st

s

tal

1935

;

63

15

M&>

61

J&J
Arkansas P & L 1st 6s 1956.A&0
A kansaw Water 1st 5s
1956-A&O
Arkansas W estern Gas Oo—

Bell Telephone of Canada—
1st g 5s 1955 ser A....
M&f

104

.

j&j
Associated Gas & Elec Oo—
Oonv deb 5%s 1977
F&A
Oonv deb 4%s *48 ex-warr. M&5 A
Oonv deb 4%s
..

1949....J&J l.

A&C

50

74

105

s*

23%
25%
25%

23
48

5%s 1973—...F&A

44

J&D

IP

24^
30%

W*
24
50

K*
42

Gen

m

19%

20%

1st

ra

90

1st

con

1stM 4s series B
1965.—J&J

55

104%
100

Telep util deb 6s IW42A&0 f
Certificates of deposit..
/

Com deb 6s 1941
—M&8 f
Certificates of deposit..
f
Oonv det> 5Hs 1944 ser

O.M&K

69

52

Assoc

22

22
21%
21%

*f 22

Certificates of deposit..
f 22
2-yr 6% uotes 1983
A&O f 40
Certificates of deposit....
*/ 40
Associated Telep & Tel eg Oo—
Deb 5%s 1955 ser A
M&N
74%
Atchison Ry
Light. & Power—
1st 5s Nov 1935_
M&N
Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
a

MX & rei ■^S5a'50

opt '15 J&J

100%
22%
22%
22%
22%
22%

22%
42
42

:

ser

s

s

5s

Brooklyn
g

102%

91

83%
108%

Oent Hud Gas & Elec Oorp—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1957
M&S
Oent Ills Elec & Gas Oo—

109
97
103

99%
106

92

107%
109%

105%

107%
105%

RR
83

88

71

J&J

76
90

109%

109%

Kings Oo El 1st 4s 1949
F&A
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951 J& J
1st 5s 1944
A&O

102%

103

60

102%
120%
125%

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
Oonv deb 5%s 1936——J&j
Deb 5e 1950
J&D
Buff Gen Elec 1st 5s 1939._F&A
1st ref 5s AprU 1 1939
J&J
Gen & ref 5s 1956 ser A..F&A
Gen & ref 4%s 1981
F&A
Buff & Nlag Falls El L & Power—
1st gold 5s 1942
F&A

62%
103%
121

109

126%
110%

105

105%

111

108"
108

110%

112




,

86%

73%

75
108

107
104

106

103%
100%
103%
97%

104%

82%
83%

84"

101
105

83%

%

i*

{

1%

21
42

44

43%

-J&J

M&816

45%
66%
47

10 yr sec 6s 1938
J&J f 18
Oent Vermont Public Serv Oorp—
105%
1st & ref 5s 1959 ser A
A&O

---.

/

38

39

......J&D

M&N f
/

38
37

38

Charleston Cons Ry Gas & El
Oonaol gold 5s 1999—...M&!^

105

5%s series B 1956
series

O

1933

Chattanooga Ry & Light—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op 16.-M&N
Ohatt Rys 1st cons

os

1st 4%s 1958 aeries A

97%

99
85

105%

106%

103%

M&S

Ohic Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951

39

82

'56.M&N

Ohes & Pot Tel of Va 5s *43.M&N
Chester Water Service Oo—

104

/

6

/

18
18

19
•'

19

72%
Chicago City Ry 1st 5s '27—F&A '
Certificates of deposit
/ 72%
Ohic Dist Elec Generating—
103
1st M4%e 1970
M&S
104
1st 6s series B 1961..
M&N
104
Deb 5%n
1935-A&O
Ohic Gas L&O see Peoples G L&C

73

Certificates

deposit

J&J /
J&J /

1st mtge gold 5s 1936
ser A

1st & ref 6s 1955

t—i '» o o

3%
2

1st & ref 5 %s 1956
2
—A&O /
Chicago Railways Oo—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to 25% Dt
red and pay Aug 1 1933...F&A */ 77%
Otfs of deposit
ser A Feb '27.-A&O

/
/

77%
23%

Certificates of deposit
Series B Feb 1927
J&D

f

23%

/

11

Oons M 5s

Pur

Certificates of deposit
inon 4-5s Feb '27 oDt.J&J

Certificates of deposit

f Ik
f T

Adj lnc 4s Feb 1927 opt—Maj
Certificates of deposit-.
f
Chicago Rapid Transit Oo—
1st & ref 6%s 1944.
._J&J f
Certificates of deposit
/
.

1st & ref 0s 1953 ser A
J&J t
Certificates of deposit
'
Adjust deb 6s July 1963-. J&J
Certificate of deposit.......

io:

—

J&D

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st M 4s 1968 series A
A&O
Oln Newport & Oov L & T—

105"
101%
107
109

1st ref 6s 1947 series A
Cincinnati Street Rv—

73
104
105

105

iH
3

79

78%
24%

'UH
11%
17

16%
5

4

5

12

13
13

12
12

12«

13

13

iooA

107^

101

104

J&J

98%

99%

A 1952--.—A&O
1st 68 1955 ser B
A&O
Olties Serv deb 6s Jan '66
M&8

86%

88

1st

m

5%■

ser

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

90

A&O
M&N
f"

54

56"

53

54

53

54

53

54

55%

Deb g 5s Apr. 1958
Deb g 5s 1963
Deb 5s 1969

1

*

84

Oent States Pow & Lt Oorp—
1st M & 1st Hen 5%s 1953-J&J
Debenture 5s 1944
J&J
Central States Utilities Oorp—

Ohippewa Power 6s 1947.

ntem

Nominal.

97

'

See

n

92

98

103

Oorp—

..

106%
106%
109%

□algary Power 1st 5s 1960--A&O
California Electric Generating—
1st s f g 5s *48 guar
M&S t 106
California Gas & Elec Oorp—

/ This price includes accrued interest,
k Last sale,
correctly reported in last month's issue as having been
paid off.

92

96
91

J&J
Chicago Olty & Oonnec ing Ry
Oolltr s f g 5s Jan 1 1-27. A&C /

109

95%

108%

97
91

1st & gen 0s 1942 ser B
J&J
1st & gen 5s 1955 ser D
J&J
1st & gen 4%s 1957 ser E.J&E
1st & gen 5%s 1961 ser.F—J&D
Oenv Ohio L & P 1st 5s ^,50 A&O k
Oent Pow 1st 5s, 1957, ser D J&J ;

5s

28

105%

107%

1st & ref 4%s 1981 ser H. J&D
6s series I 1957
F&A
Cent Indiana Gas 5s 1957—M&S
Central Indiana Power Uo—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent MainePr 5s '39 op 19 M&N

5* 1948------

73

104%

95

1st ratge4%s 1967 ser F—J&D
1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G
M&N

Oent States Edis 5%s A 1943A&O
Deb 68 ser A w w 1949
A&O
Central States Elec Oorp—

113

104%

1st & ref 5s 1951
F&A
Oent 111 Light 1st & ref 6s '43A&0
Central Illinois Public Service—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser E
M&N

Central West Public Se-vlce Oo—
1st I coll 5%s 1956 «er A—m&n

104"

89%
109%

108
110
Central Elec of N J 5s 1940.-J&J
68%
Central Gas & Elec 6s 1940.M&S
First lieu coll tr 5%s '<*«
71%
l&D
104
Central Georgia Pow 6s '38-M&N
Central German Pow 6s '34. J&D */ 42%

/

103%
103%
105%

109

108%

b Basis.

103%

88

Oonv deb 5 %s '49 with war F&A /
Without warrants.
F&A
Cent Public Utility inc 5%s 1952Cent Ry.
See Un Ry & El (Bait)

■i!v.

5s July *41(stp)—M&N

Traction

97%
112%

103%

1st 1 & <>>11 tr 5s 1948 ser A F&A
Oent Dist Telep 1st 5s 43—J&D

65

;

.\F&A

Buffalo

98
97

112%

OeDt Pub Serv

Oo & Sub—

5s 1941 (stpd)

30

Ohic North Shore & MUw R R—

J&J

Queens

29
105

M&N

Oent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956.-F&A

125"

107

1939

102%

100

76

84

108

.

City & Newton

82

■f; 82

101%

M&S /

1951

Deb 6%s 1954

107%

.

f 6s ser A 1949.

Brooklyn

79
79

Capital Traction (Wash, D G)—
1st, g 5s June 1 1947
-J&D
Carolina P & List 5s 1956—A&O

Oonv deb

91

J&J

A 1949

f 6s 1Q68 ser A—

Secured

& South Chicago Ry—
1st (10% prin paid) 1927 F&A /
Certificates of deposit
/

87%

107

Ry
Burlington tVt) G L 5s 1956. J&J
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951. J&r>

102

102

5s

Buffalo & Lockport—Buff & Niagara Falls—

105

4%s ext at 6% to 1944—M&S

35

106%

107%

—

75%

101

Atl Cons St RR—See Ga
Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947 ...J&D

'&J

Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950

67

M&S k

A

Gen m 5s ser E 1952
.J&J
Bkly a-Mauhattan Transit <

89

Oorp—

k

27

28

120

M&S

BronxG & E 5s I960

Oorp participating 8s '40.M&S
Associated Put) U initios

M&S

27%

82

Bklyn Borough Gas 5s 1967.F&A
Bklyn City « Newton RR—See
Bklyn Manh Transit Oorp.
Bklyn City RR 1st 5s 1941
J&J
Brooklyn Edison Oo—

21

1965

31%

26%

f 6s 1953

s

1st. & ref 5s 1954 Ser

M&N
M&S

5h

28%

Bway & 7 th Ave.—See NY Rys

20

M

75

Broad River Power Oo—

23%

Jst

102%

'

Pr—
M&N / 26
107
Bridgeport Ga* Lt 4s 1052
J*-'
94
Bristol Gas & Elec 5s July 1 1939.
102
British Col Power 5%s i960 M&S
58 series B 1960
M&S
98%
British Ool Tel 5s 1960
J&D
105%

22%

deb 6s series A 1958
.—.M&N
Associated Telep Oo Ltd—

72

81%
107%
104%
104%
108%
102%
102%
101%
108%

M&N

1936

5s March 1944——
7s Sept 1947

41

J&J

St 5s

Weat End

.—.

104

A&O

Deb g 5s Dec 1942

119%
126%

109
104

M&N
*&D

1941

117%
120%

106%

10-year deb 5s 1937
F&A
10-year deb 5s 1940-—.---J&J

26

\

102

106%

H«m»nn Oon Ga*, «ieh 5s ■47__F&rt

Boston Elev Ry 4 %s 1937

41

ser

/

Mtge & col tr 5s '51 ser A_ A&f
Mtge & col tr 5s *52 ser B.A&O
Bleecker St&FulFy—See NY Ry.
Bloomington Dec & Champagne
1st & ref 5s 19*0
".M&B
Bolivian Power 8s ser A '45.A&O

24

1947

36%

101%

Blackstone Val G & E 5s '39. J&.

40

.Ml

91%
94%

103%

87
Birmingham Elec 4%s 1968-M&S
74%
Birmingham Gas 1st 6s '59 .M&N
6% notes 1935
A&O 5 60
Birmingham Term see RR bonds
Birmingham Water Works Uolst m 5%s 1954 ser A
102%
A&C
1st m 5s 1954 ser B
102%
J&E
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O
104%
F&A

4%fct Nov I

104%

Oduiuet

Oent Ark Pub Serv Oorp—

126%

1938

M&S

1st Uttii

101

119%

Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Rys—
1st mtge s f 6% s 1956
A&O
Binghamton (N Y) Gas Works

J&D

deb 3%s 1978
deb 3%s 1978

103%

113%

Bergen Turnpike 5s 1951—
J&J
Berlin Olty Elect 6%s 1951
J&D /
Sink fund deb 6.. |s 1959—F&A
%s 1959-.
A&O /
Deb 6s Apr 1 19
955

Gob g

103

87%

100%

Oedar Rap Mfg & P 5s '53..J&J
Central Arizona Light & Pow Oo
1st mtge 5s 1900
J&D

119

deb 4%s 1978—F&A
deb 4s 1978
A&O

Income
Income
Income
Income

87"

82

1st & ref 5s 1948 ser B
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1960 ser O
A&O
Belolt Water, Gas & Elec Oo—
1st g 5s 1937
M&fc

Ext) 1st

27%

25

F&A
M&N

£°ns ref deb 4^8 i968__M&N
Oonv deb

106

Brandenburg (Germany) El

103 %

4:5%

107%

106%

117

95

71

11

1st g 5s 1957ser B
J&D
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O
M&N
Bell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania—

as*

104 &

1st 5%« 1939 with warr
J&j
Ashland (Wis) L & Pow St
Ry.
M gold 5s 1939
Sk,
Ashtabula Water 6o 1958
A&O
A*oc Elect 4Hs 1953
J&J
5s Jan 11961

Oonv deb 5s 1973
Conv deb 4%s 1973
Conv deb 4s 1973

59

6
61

f 7s 1953

Cons ref deb 5s 1968
Oonv deb 5s 1950
Oonv 5%s 1938

58

57

ia

56%

5/

.

&lo

&

108%

55%

Arkansas El & Wat 6s 1944.F&A
Ark

105%

106

..

102
107

106

84%

Oamden & Sub Ry—See P S Oorp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5a '53.M&N
Canadian L & P 5s '49 op '14 J&J
Canadian Rail & Harbor—

93%
Beauharnois L H & P 5 %s '73 J&J
tteauharnols Power Oorp—
36
Coll trust, j f 6s 1973 w w—A&O /
43
6s Jan 1 1959.
Beaver Valley Water
100%
1st lien & ref 5s 1960
M&N

.

73%

RR—8eeWashRy&El

1st 6s 1945

103

90

A&<'

1953

5s

106

Set vice 5h

Water

Term 6%s

M&S
4%s 1960
J&D
Barstow (W S) deb 6s 1942.A&O /
Baton Rouge Electric Oo—
1st mtge 5 %s 1954
J&D
1st M 5s 1959 ser B
F&A
Bear Mt Hud Rlv Bdge Oo—
7s

1958.A&G

Oalii

Oanton Elec Oo 5s 1937

A&O
Binghamton (N Y) L H & P—
1st ref 5s Feb 1946—
.A&O

Androscogging Electric Corp—
1st mtge s f 4%s 1955....A&O
Androscoggin Water Power—

A&O /

Bangor Hydro Electric—
1st lien & ref 6s 1955..

1st

Electric—"

Oonv col tr 5s 1944

103

101%

Bellows Falls Hydro-Elec Oorplst mtsre 5s 1958
A vf

102%

Deb 5%o Nov 1 1943...M&N
Conv deb 4%s 1939
J&J
8/»-yr deb 5s 1965
F&A

Amer Water Works &

105%

35
35
40

90%

Certificates of deposit
Am Pow &

102

101

20 J&J
AM&S
Augusta Ry & El 1st 5s 1940 J&D
Aurora Elgin & Chicago Elec Ry

1st

104

Refunding 6%s 1942
106%

L—See Md El Ry
B Sp Pt & Ohes—See Un Ry & E)
Bait Traction—See Un Ry & El

104%

A&O

Val Elec R.v—
1954
J&J

106

Bait & Ann S

109

105
103

1st & ref 6s 1942 ser B
1st & ref 5%s 1955 series

Deb gold 5%s 1942

105%

.

1st 5s 1941

J&J
O F&A
—A&O
M&N

Calumet G & E 5%s B 1960-J&J

101"

99

Atlantic Olty (N J) Gas—

96 %

M&S

Water Service Oo—

1st M 5s 1957 ser A

103
108

A&O

-

Ask.

Oallfornla-Oregon Power—

z innia Wat
F,| * l»r 5s 1043 J&J
Atl Beach Bridge 6%s 1942
luiaUblc Olty El 5b 1938...-M&&
1st & ref 5%s 1954—
M&N
1st & ref 5s 1956-

Bid.

Bonds

Ask

Bid.

idanta Nor Ry—See Ga Ry & El

Adriatic iilectric Oo (Italy)—Extlsf 7s 1952
A&O
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946 _M&8
1st A ref 5s 1951
J&J
1st A ref 5s 1956
M&N
1st & ref 4 %s 1967
1st & ref 5s 1968

Bonds.

Ask.

"f" and income and defaulted bonds.
the month preceding the date of issue.

56%

J Correction: Bonds were in*"

AUG., 1935]

79

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.

Ask,

Bid.

Bonds

Bid.

Servlc Co—
Coll inc 6s B Octl 1954—J&D

t

90 X

91

J

100 x

101

48X
48 X

49

Jit

21

M&
J&

Deb 6Xs 1962
Deb 5X8 1949

*

;

9

.

99

S

J

49
:

101X
102

103

101

D

102

O imb'land T & T 5s

104X

70

J

107 X

108X

J&J
J&J
D—J&i
Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951-J&J

108

109X

104

106

104

106
75

74

5s

Dayton

102 X

)

103

<

105 X

107

104 X

J&J
lstmtgeg4Xs 1969
J&J
lstmtgeg4X» 1969
-J&J
105X Denv Gas & K11st g 5s '49—M&N
1st & ref 5s 1951
M&N

dfcl05X

*

Jt 108 X

M fis 1QR1 series R

J
a

104X
1104

Stamped

Oleve Southw Ry & Light—

3/

—

1

102

4

106
53
86
105 X

5
*

10575K
89

57

95

92

Des Moines

S F 6s 1937 opt

96

3X

106X

M&S
Tunnel—__
1953
M&N

105X

15X

1st m 5s, 1938-—Des Moines Gas Oo—

98

J

M&N

■

100

5s 1956
Detroit & Canada
1st

0

m

J

96

1st ra

(stmpd) 1937—J& J
Columbus (Ga) Elec A Power—

97

)

105

r

f 6s

105

1

104

Detroit Olty Gas Oo—
1st m 6s 1947 series A

J

107

5s 1950 series B
Detroit Edison—

)

111X
103 X

1st

107 X

.

I

111X

Gen & ref 6s 1955 ser

112
112
109

"I

J

102

9

99
113

8

8/
P

7
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser C__.
Community Po wer A Light Oo—

64 X
62 X

65 X
63 X

101X
40 X
70

J

J
Conn Coke—See "Indus Bonds"

P

(

121X
^

123

t

1st.

m

s

84

32

100

102

10
57

1937 A
F&A
7% 1932 ctfs of dep..-—J&J f
ist Jersey St Ry 5s 1944—M&NI
Kootenay Pow 1st 7s '42-A&0|
ist Prussia Pow 6s 1953
J&D /

101'"

1st

,

„

m

1st

73 X
32 X
30

74 X
33 X
32

75
99
86

Grand

5s

1940

27X

29X
103 X
105

102 X

103 X

104
60

31

33

112

114

)

121

122

105

I
)

106 X
109

)

105 X
106 X

61

J&J

67

70

75

79

m

Ref

105 X

m

4Xs 1948 A
5s 1948 B

Eastern Michigan Rys—
1st mtge coll tr 7s 1958——J&J /
astern Shore Pub Service Oo—

63

.

105 X
H & P.

107

Oonsol Hydro-Elec Wks of Ui
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s '56—

101
99

102
100

m

5X8 1947 ser A

83

astern

20 X

5s series A 1954
astern Wisconsin

30

27

Utilities Investing—

1st lien

& ref 6s

M&S fk 14
Electric Oo—

1942—-J&D

1st lien & ref 6Xs

102

103 X

Sheboygan

1948—M&S
Elec 5s 1946
J&J

101X

103 X
104

102 X

100X

JA

Cons Gas—See Peoples G L &0
Oonsum LH&POo (Eliz. N Ji-

——
1

>

101 x
104 X

'

104
106
104 X

3-year 5% notes 1936

3Xs 1st M sf July 1 '65.

A&O
—

J&J

103

102 X

103 X
103

d Ei ill(Bkn>Sep t£lngsOoEL«P
dlson El 111 (N Y»—See N v G

Peoples.
See Phlla R T
Pow Oorp (Germany*—
f 6Xs 1950
.M&S
1st sink fund 6Xs 1953-..A&0

108 X
103 X

9

1st

105X
108 X

s

f

Copenhagen Telephone Co-

75 X

Sec g 6s 1941 ser A—

32"

Sec g 6s 1941 eer B
Sec g 5Xs 1942 ser O
Deb 6s 1936

96 X
>

37

104

30

98 X

Deb 6s

1937

A&O /
A&O /

21

A&O f
J&D f

21

21

14"
96

106

91 •

45

extended

5s,

108

1950—-F&A

k 107 X
1946-J&J
Green
Mountain Power Oorp—
100 x
1st mtge 5a 1948
FAA
107
Greenwich Wat 4Xs *57 9er A J&J
Greenwich Wat & Gas System—
93 x
Col tr 58 1 952 ser A
A&O ;
92 X
Col tr 5a 1952 ser B——-A&O
101
Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968
A&O
Gulf Public Service Oo—
87 X
1st m 6s 1945
A&O
Gulf States Utilities Oo—
104 X
1st M & ref 58 1956 ser A.M&S
100
1st M & ref 4Xs 1961 B... J&D
107 X
Hackensack Wat 4s *52 op '12J&J
k 106
Gen&ref5sJnnel *'77 A._J&T>1 *

108 X

101X
109

94 X
93

102

88 X

•

105
101

'

108

5Xs June 15 1977 ser B—J&J
110
5s secured conv notes 1938J&J
Hamburg (Germany) Elec Oo—
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935
M&N fk 40
Hamburg (Germany) Elev Under
ground & St Rys 5X8*38 -J&D / 26
Hamilton Gas 6X» A w w *37J&D / 40
33
Hav*n* Ele<* Ry fts 1952
F& 1
4
5X8(Sept*31 coupon) '51.M&S /

30 X
42

"6"

Wayne)
105

104
A&O
Telep A Teleg( Los Angeles
109 X
Oal) 1st refunding 5s 1945J&J
Home Tel & Tel of Spokane—
105 X
1st M g_5s May 15 '36-M&N 15
Houston El Co 1st 6s '35
J&D / 60
1st 5X8 series B 1955

mm mum

Home

Gulf Gas—
1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A.. A&O

mmrnm

mmmm

Houston

A&O 1

Deb 6X8 1943 with

106
90

1st

1st 6s 8er»ea A 1943.......J&J

36

68X

74 X
96 X

6s

Home Tel & Tel (Ft

lectric

102

Power Ltd—
1935-1944
M&N
Great Lakes Utilities Oo—
1st llpn eoli tr ^n 1942—M&N

12

100X

J&J

1950

106

94 X
90 X

(Japan)—
F&A

107 X
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970— .M&N
102
Helena Gas & Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
Hest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P hi! R T

lec &

iJonBumers Power Oo—

J&D fk 34

—

10334
99X

-

106

r

v

103 X
105 X
103 X
55

,v:-

Consolidated Water of Utlcalst 4X8
1st M 5s 1958..

J&

M&S

1st

fk 81X
V 19X

Consolidated Telep of Wise—
1st M 5X8 1942 ser A
M
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser C

1938

20

/

)

..

18

1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S

I

107

Oonsol Gas Utilities Go-—

5s

105 X

Ry Co—

J&J

Ref

•••

Grt West Pow Oo 5s

Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser C—M&S15

1945

1st M 5s '136

-J&J

f 5s 1948 series A.A&O **105

astern Mass Street

Consolidated Gas (N Y)—

4

m s

•

100

Great West Power Oo of Oallf—

astern Connecticut Pow Oo—

1st

9

5Xs

64

75

5s series B 1953

Oo—

Lakes

M

1st

75

Great Northern Power—

80

)

1st & gen 6Xs
Great

96X

100

'90—J&J

Cons Elec Pow
1st M 7s 1944

103 X

\

Oonsol Gas Elec Lt A P (Balt.>—

96 X

74X

L 5s '39-F&A
Kaplds Ry 1st 7s '39 M&N /

Great

J&n

-

5s 1960 ser D_

m

1st

6s 1942

102

Grand Rapids Gas

J&J
F&A

~

'54 op
Gesfurel 6s 1953 x w

60

102 X

100

1

1J till ties—

1st coll 5X8 Ctfs

Ry

82 X

112

1939—J&J

Northern

1st guar 5s

75 X
73

82

A. J&D
F&A

1st s
J&J
Georgia Power 1st 5a 1967—M&S
Georgia Power & Light Oo
1st mtge 5s 1978--——J&D

Atlanta

54

93

71

Power

Atlanta Cons St 5s

52

....

102

74

Georgia Ry & Elec—

100

76X

90

A *56 A&O

1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser

Georgia-Carolina
I
5a "1952—

88 X

75 X

100

Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s *61

102

88 X

95

General Public Utilities—

105 X

82 X

77

J&J

105 X
100

A

109X

1

108 X
> Jt 104 X

,

k
k

J&J

.M&N

1966 ser

V

116

Oorp—

1939

1st M coll tr 6Xs ser

umbartonB'ge 6X8*0*36- J&J
6X8 1937 to 1949
J&J
uquesne Gas Corp—
1st conv 6s Mar 15 1945.M&S15
Duquesne Light—See Phila Oo
DuquesneNat Gas 7s 1948——
Duouesne Prao—Kee Phila On.
A *49-A&O

108 X
107 X

81X
118X

1936—F&A15

Conv deb 5s 1953

14

85

15 '^S.-F&AI?

Aug

Public Service

86"*.

75

2.25 %

General Gas & Elec Oorp-

108

East. Coast

Oonsol Elec A Gas5-6s 1962M&: J
4-68 series B 1962
F& 1

Deb

102 x

29

East Coast Pub Serv 4s 1948

i

M&N
Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956—-J&D
Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 1?
Deb 6s 1941 series B
—A&O

5% notes Aug 15

84

10

*—..

107 X

108
108 X
122

)

Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lion 5s 1962 stamped
IA

i

11

Ry—

Gandy Bridge (Tampa) 6s *45J&D
Gary Elec A Gas Oo—
1st lien coll 5s x-w 1944
J&J
Gas & El of Bergen CJo 6s 49-J&D

note*

59

52
55

/

Elec

5s 1Q54 aot

1967-J&D

109X

'

v

10

....

95

b

1st mtge & coll 6X8 C *55-A&O
General Water Wks & ElecOorp—

107
108
121

J

J&

10

83

A&O

108X

j

f

94

100

Wat 6s 1953—J&J

Conv deb 5Xs

J

Conn Lt« A Pow 5s "39

102

1937 A with war.M&S

f fts

—F&A f

Equip trust 5Xs 1935-38
v

"

66 X

97 X
89 X

Ave 5s 1940

General

I

JA
Stamped guaranteed optional.

5

Dominion Gas & Elec—

Duke Power—1st 4Xs

Light A Power—

Conn Ry & Lt 4Xs 1951

IX
IX

Duke Price Power Co—
9
)

Conn

1st 6Xs

k

A&O /
A&n
St Manhattan & St Nicholas

1st M

38

58 X

M&S

Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945

5%

J&J f

gold 5s 1950

20-yrs f 6X« 1948
88

5

r

6X» 1945 with warrants---J&J

87

J

3X
4

Dortmund Munic Util (Germany)

Zi*

)

Deb g 6Xs 1946 ser B.

fk

Dixie Gulf Gas Co—

105 X

V

Community Pub Ser 6s I960-J
ouxiimunit> Water Service uo-

g 7s 1952
—F&A
Certificates of deposit
Shore Line—

1st

6

Gen 5s Nov 1 1954-

8 f deb

101X
105 X
104 X

112X
119X

Bridge—

Det & Pt Huron

87

104

1

D. F&A
1952.-A&O

1st m s f 6Xs 1952
..F&A
Certificates of deposit

II""

fR^x

\

1st M 6s 1956 ser B

111X

119X

100

83
100

4

106X

Gen & ref 4 Xa 1961 ser
Detroit International

110
1G3

9

107 X

110

Gen & ref 5s ser E

113
113
110

109

P

1st M 4* 1981 ser F

107 X

96

Service Oo—

1st M 6Xa 1949-;
1st 6s 1955 series B
42nd

Lm-m

95%
101 x

91X

1st m 5Xs 1956 ser B
J&J
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s *54—J&J

Galveston-Houston

Gen A ref 5s 1962 ser
)

98 X

99 X

1947
J&D /
Federal Water Service Oorp—
k
Conv deb 5Xs 1954
M&N
Federated Utilities
Inc—

J&J

;

101X

95 X
93 X

6s

1957

88

94 X

Oorp—

Florida Power Corp—
1st m 5Xs 1979 ter A

107 X
10

110

M&S
T&D

B

ser

Fruit Growers' Express—

97

A_ A&O
B--J&D
C--F&A

m —

X

101

1942—M&S
1942—M&S
M&S

6s 1942 stpd

Debenture 6s 1954

Fontana Un

103

Gen & ref 5s 1949 series

Commonwealth-Edison Oo—
J

16
16

IX
IX

J&J
A&O

m

k

Fed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1 1965—

Florida Public

Certificates of deposit

*

■

107 X

15X

Certificates of deposit--- —
Conv * f deb 6X8
M&N

1st A ref 6s

1st lien g

1st lien col tr 5Xs

15X

14 X

Des Moines Elec Oo—

6

5/

Ry Gas & El Oo

' 967

96 X

105

series A—M&S

Olty Ry 5s 1936 J&J

m

mmmm

7

k 105

Light & Traction—

1st 5s (Amer series)
1st 5s (Internat ser)

1st 1

•

Des Moines & Cent la Elec Oo—

92 X
91X

/

Trac—.
1st g 5s 1938 opt 1913
A&O
FaU River Elec Lt 5s 1945 —J&J

Federal Public Serv

F&A

1st Hen 5s 1946

94

5

<f>

59
102

101

93 X

■m

106

A&O
A&O
Europ'n Elec Corp (of Canada)
Deb 6X« 1965 x w
F&A

Stamped
90

5

M

107

100

93

93 X

Empire Gas & Elec and Empire
97
doke Jt lst&ref 5s *41 opt-M&8
ErcoleMarellJ Elec MfgOo (Italy)
59
1st « f 6X« 1953 with war M&N k
112
Fault- G A re utira 5s 1942-/
~

Federal

A&O

g

Ooi

112X

107"

106 X
106 X

1943
A&O
Denver Tramway Terminals Uolst M g gu 5s 1936-1937—M&S
Derby Gas & Elec Oorp—

Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—

Columbus Ry Pow A Light—
1st ref 4X« 1957 ser A—..

104 X

k 110

1

6% Apr

:

97

Fairmont & Clarksburg

103 X
105

to Pa tax

Oct 1 1943

6%

Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
_

as

102X

107 X

Denver Tramway Oorp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A_—J&1

—-

Deb 6Xs 1938
J&D
Empire District Elec Co—
1st & ref m 5s 1952
M&S
Empire Gas & Electric Oo—
Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952... J&D

Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954
Erie Ltg 1st m 5s 1967

Light Oo—

4Xs 1971-

1st M

103

Jfc 102 X
100 x

107 X

101X

------J&J

Deb 6Xs 1959
Power &

Delaware

) k 102X

101 ;

102 X

125

107

Delaware Elec Power Oo—

Olty Water (Ohattanooga)lst M 6s 1954

100

106

1961--J&J
'12.M&S
Pow & L 1st 5s '41--J&D
Water

Davenport

-

106X

103

B

J&D
Gas 1st 6Xs *43-L

With warrants

106X

Dayton Ltg 1st 5s *37 op

Olty of New Oastle Water—

Columbia (S O)

SI Paso Nat

32
'41-J&J
R Tr.
Darby Med & Ohes Ry—See Philt>

L

Olty & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry

Ask.

El Paso El Co—
1st m 5s 1950 ser A

Danville Tr A Pow 1st 5s

72

See
Eliz & Raritan Rlvi Public S«
Eliz & Trenton RR
I
Corp.
Elmira Water, Light & RR—
1st & con g 5s 1956
M&S

100

1st gold 5Xs 1954 ser
Dallas

}

104 X

105

A&O
J&J

let g 7X8 1949 ser
1st g 5s 1952 ser O

106

J

Fran 5s 1937

85

103 X

1937—J&J

Dallas Pow & Lt 6s 1949

6s 1951.

86

83

J&J

1966

Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941

}

Oity*Elec San

1st mtge 5s
1st 5s 1960

99 x

;

23

82

Telep conv 6s 1951 —J&J
lien A ref 7Xs 1941-M&S

Cumberland Oo (Mo) Pow A Lt—
1st 4X8 1956
J&D
1st M 5s 1959
J&D
Cumberland Valley Telephone—

Olties Service Power & Light—

I

Eliz Plalnf & Cent J f

C iban

J&

1st M 6s 1943

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

Crescent Public

Olties Service Gas Oo—

war—A&O

102 X
96 X

103 X
97 X

93""

86 X

a

f This price includes accrued interest.
%.
b Basis,
d Called Aug. 16 at 105.
t Called Aug. 1 at 105.
** Called Oct. 1 at 105.
t Called Sept. 1 at 104.

Less

burity.




—

Jt Last sale,

n

Nominal.

* Negotiability

impaired by ma-

80

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.
Bid.

Bonds.
Houston Lt & Pow 1st 5s '53 M&fr

1044
103

1st lien & ref 44s *78 ser D M &N
1st lien & ref 44s'81 ser E J&D

•r\.

1044

Houston JS atural Gas Corp—
1st m coll 6s 43 with warr.J&L
Hudson Co Gas 5s g 1949.-M&N

90

1184
1034

Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 0s *54 AM&fc
1st M

5s 1954

106
1044
1044
93
120

•

i--

113 4

115

107

108

Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947
HI Bell Telep 1st 5s 1956

.a*,'1'''

Hydraulic Power of Nlag Falls—
1st & refundlng5s 1950
J&J
Ref & impt 5s 1951
A&C

107

J&J k 1074

J&D
Commercial Telep—

Illinois

924
924

1st 5s series A 1948M&S
1st mtge 58 1960 ser B
M&b
HI Community Tel 6s 1949. .J&J
HI Consol Telep 64s 1944- .M&S
Illinois Northern utilities Oo—
1st St ref 5s 1957 opt
A&O

07

944

984

trA
864
984

M&S

111 S eastern Telep 6s 1946—J&J

102

J&J
Independence Water Works—

54s 1945

Indiana

104

Telep 6s A '62 J&J

87

104

105""

Indiana Central Telep Co—
,

M&N J

1st lien coll 54 1938

Indiana Electric Corp—
1st M 6s 1947 series A—M&N

1st M 04« 1953 series B..F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series O
M&S

934
814

86

90

1074

M 5s 1948

J&J
Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A
M&N k 88
Indiana & Mich El 5s 1957.-F&A k 1114
„

M&S k 1054

1st & ref 5s 1956

Ind Nat Gas & O—See Peo G L&C
Indiana Pr 1st 174s '41 A .M&N
Indiana By & Lt 1st 5s '43—J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
let & ref M 5s Jan 1 1960—J&J

1

.

108
90

95

62

63

614

63

5s 1952—.A&O

1034

1034

1044

1044

Indiana & S W Gas & UtU—
0% conv notes 1940—...J&D /

18

,

Inuianapolis Gas

Indianapolis Power & Light—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A.. ....J&J
Indianapolis Ry 5s, 1967—
Indianapolis Water—
,

21

5/

1st & ref. g 44* 1940
opt..J&J
1st lieu & ref 54s 1953...M&S

1054
1064

lOo

107"

M&S

Sec Co—

5s 1968
J&J
Inland Gas 04s 1938
J&A/
Certificates of deposit
/
Sinking fund deb 7s 1938.F&A I

Inland Pow & L s f 6s '36 A M&S/
Coll tr s f 6s 1941 ser B ..M&N /
■

1957

,er

f 7s 1935

O

A&O

/

J&D /

Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948...A&O
interooruugu Rapid Transit—
1st & ref

944

96

38

40

88

40

4*

6

4

6

2

89

894
89

—

Certificates of deposit
/ 574
Conv g 7% note
1932 ..M&8 */ 91
Certificates of deposit......
884
Intercontinents Power Oo—
Debs A 6s 1948..
2
J&D /
International Hydro-Elec System
Conv deb 6s 1944 w w
434
A&O
Internet'! Pow Ltd 034s 1957 M&S
82
814
Deb 6s 1957-..—.M&S
"

.

International Power Sec Oorp—
64% sec bonds 1965 serO.T&D k
Sec 7s 1957 ser E
....F&A k,
ser

j&j

F.

78

90,

Interuat Ry ref 5s *62
op.M&N
International Telep & Tel eg—
Deb g 44* 1952
J&J

534

Kanawha Trac & Elec Co—
96
1st & ref 5s 1936-—
F&A
Kanawha ValTr 1st M5s '46-J&J /
15
103
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s '40-.F&A
111
1st M 6s 1942
F&A

ser

,

Interstate Rvs 4s
1943-.-..F&A /
Interstate Railroad—
Eq trust 54s July 1 1935-37.. b
Interstate Teiep Oo—

105

106

113

115

1034

104

96 4

97

1st mtge 44* 1980
Kansas Pow 1st 5s 1947

Kansas Power & Light Co—
1st M 6s 1955 ser A
M&N
1st M 5s 1957 ser B
M&N

1054
1054
1st & ref. 6s 1947 ser O
F&A
1024
Kentucky El Pr 6s A 1951—J&J 1 18
Kentucky Fuel Gas Oorp—
1st, 6 4s 1942 with warr..J&D f
13
Kentucky-Ohio Gas 2s
1958 / 34
Kentucky Power & Light Oo—
•87
1st ml48 1948 ser B
M&S
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
72 >
1st & ref gu 5s '51 opt '14.F&A
104
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949.J&D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 64s Sept '48 ser D M&N
1st M 54s 1955ser F
A&O
1st M 5s 1961 series G
F&A
5s series H 1961..
...F&A
1st M 5s 1969

ser

83

J&J

1st lien & ref 6s ser A
1949 M&N
1st lien & ref 5s ser B
1950.J&D
Iowa El Lt & Pr 7s ser O
'42.F&A

Keokuk

A&O
...F&A

J&J

M&N

103

704
2

.774
82
95

56

Elec 6s 1945-.

115

1024
874

824
62 4
93

72

1034

•714

••; 4

964
91

1034

874

100

894
894
102
97

74

105
100

1004
754

Roland Elev—See

Lake Sh Elec 1 st

Un

6s '33 J&J
Gen gold 5s Feb 1 1933—.F&A
Lake Shore Power Co—
1st and ref mtge 6s 1950—J&J
Lake

122""
98"

324

con g

34

Ref & gen 5s ser A 1950
J&J
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T
Market St Ry (San Francisco)—
1st a f 78 1940 ser A Jan
Maryland Electric Rys—
Guaranteed 6s 1933
..A&O
1st & ref 04* 1957 ser A..J&J
1st & ref 64s 1962 ser B—J&J
Bait & Ann 8 L 5s 1940—F&A
Maryland Light & Power—
1st M 54s 1950 ser A
J&J
Massachusetts Gas—

1024
109

88

i

69

93

69

A&o

1024

1034

85

Memphis Power & Light Oo—
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A
J&J
1st & ref 4 4* 1978 ser O—A&O
Memphis Street Ry—

_

64

14

1074
1074

M&8

9l""

1074

81

15

-41
,

1st M 5s 1961
A&O
994
102
Mich Elec Pow 6s A 1944....J&D
Mich Fuel & Lt 6s A 1950—J&D / 30
Michigan Gas & Elec Co¬
88
lst & ref 6s 1943
M&B
1st M 5s 1950
J&D

Michigan Light 1st 5s 1946.M&S
Michigan Nor Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J
Michigan Public Service Oo—

1004

924
82

^804

rntmmm

106
93

1st g 5s 1947 ser A
A&o
Middle States Telep 6s A *47. J&J k
Middle West Utilities Oo—

87 4

S*

79

804

45

50
92

1st and ref mtge 54« 1942. J&J
Middlesex Elec Lt Pow 5s *55 J&J

Middlesex Water 54a 1957-A&O
Middlesex & Somerset Trac—

95

80
115

1004

101
99

1024

104 4

106

724

108
74

103

106

1014
1034

105"

44

1024

594

1034

Long Beach Gas 1st 5s '56.-J&D
Long isl Lighting 5s 1930..M&S

1034

1004
98

108

.

10

10

y

65

Mtdland Natural Gas Uo—
Conv deb 6s 1935
...J&J
Mtdland UtU deb 6s 1938...M&S
MUwaukee Elec Ry & Light—

rH

13"

1st & ref 5s 1961 ser B....J&D
1st M 5s 1971
J&J
MUwankee Gas Light Co—

?94
99

994

1st M 44« I960..
Minnesota Nor Pr jt 6s 1944. A&O
Minnesota Power & Light Uo—

994

107
105

108

93"

92

97

101
96

95

Mississippi Power Oo—
1st & ref 5s

N

89

894

914

1955

92

Mississippi Power & Light—

99"
80

94

1034

1014 1
107
102
a

Less

t Bonds

are

4«

& Basis.

/This price includes accrued interest,
being exchanged for new Bait Transit Co. securities.




85

109""

62

100

1014
994

10
10

94

.1
Minneapolis Oa» Light Oo—

65

J&J k 105
A&o
95

J&J

1950—

1st M 4 4s 1967.

111

1064

94
94

...

...

105

1952..——....J&D

15

39

5s ctfs of deposit 1932........ /
5s ctfs of deposit 1933.—...— /
5s ctfs of deposit 1934—
I
5s ctfs of deposit 1935
/
Middlesex & Boston 8t Ry—

98
98

Little Rock Ry & El 6s '38.-A&O
Lockhart Powor 5 4s 1950 ,F&A

16

15
41

33

1939
A&O
Michigan Associated Telep Oo—

76

1st M 44* 1961 ser A
J&D
F 6s 1937.M&N

•

1074

U*
39

Mexican El L 1st M g 6s '42.J&J
Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '40 s f.F&A

47

,8§*

:

Co¬

S

6

344

Little Rock G &

Long Island Water 54s '55.M&N
L'elep 1st 5s 1958....J&D

mmmm

564

1st gold 4s 1938
...F&A */124
Certificates of deposit
f
13
Exten gold 4s 1938-..
14
J&J /
Certificates of deposit
'

5s

...

68

46

...

Meridlonale Electric Oo—
1st ■ f 7s 1957 ser A......A&O

86

!llH

_

1948
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1955 ser B...M&S

101

65
....

99

Metrop Edison Corp 6s 1961 M&S
Metropolitan West Slds "L"—

72

104""

106

.

1034

106

105

M&S

87

1024

101

1004

Leipsig Overland Pow 04s '40..
Ry—See Ky Tr & Term
Lexington (Ky) Tel—
1st M 6s w w 1944—
M&S
Lexington UtU 1st 5s 1952 .F&A
Lexington Wat ref 54s 1940.F&S
LexlngbonWa Pow Colst5s'68J&J
Conv d«b 54" 1953
J&J
Lewis & Clark Bdge 3 4-5s 1953
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941-J&D
Lincoln Pub Serv 5s, 1939..J&J

0s

914

M&N

70

Power Securities—
...F&A k 1064

ref

95

904

M&N

105

Lehigh Teleg 5s ser A 1940..J&J
Lehigh Valley Pranslt—
1st M g 4s Dec 1935 opt..M&S
Ref & lmpt g 5s 1960
J&D

1st

94

1st M 4s 1971 ser E
1st 5s series F 1962..

f _L

Larutan Gas 1st 64s w w '35J&D
Lawrence v.Mass) Gas & Elec—
1st M 44s 1940 ser B
F&A

99

J&J
M&N

72

100
102

89

::::

.J&J

79

J&D

_

f 54« 1946
Sink fund deb 5s 1955
s

107""

105

Mexican Utilities 7s

& ref 5* 1956

102

79

30

lst & ref 5s 1953 ser O
1st M 44a 1968 ser D

Superior Dlst Pow—

Lorain

974
924

52

15-year a f 7s 1941—
J&D
ManuTrs Wat (Pa) 5s 1939. J&D
Maritime Tel & Tel 1st 6s 1941 J&J

101"" Metropolitan Edison
774

784

52

524
524

3-5s series A 1945
3-5s series B 1945

& Elec.

Rvh

95

77

1st col&ref 5 4* I960 ser D F&A
54% gold notes i935 ...PtA
6s coll notes ser A 1942
F&A
6s coll notes ser B 1942
F&A

Secured g 0s 1945
Hon v deb ft 5 4 s ' 52 ser

1064

92

564

f 54s 1952 ser B..J&J
Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Cob

20-year

1044

A&O

40

77

Maysville P Serv 54s A 1942A&0

-^3 ser O Fjca

53

35

s

112

1st extl 7s

85

io""
103

564
514

Ltg Oorp—

Mass Utilities Associates—
8 f deb 5s 1949 ser A

*

73

101

J&D

1084

-r

73}

101

Madison G & El 1st 5s 1940-A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1950
M&N
Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1930.-M&N
Malone (N Y) L & P 54s '56. J&J
Manhattan Ry con 4s g *90. .A&O

155""

/

105}

724
71

.....

100.

Lone Star Gas s f 5s 1942 ..M&N k

1034
894

104

J&D

150

-

1064

112

1st lien coll tr 54s 1937--A&0
Manitoba Power Co Ltd—
1st M s f 54b '51 ser A...J&J

99

J&D

96

1064

1st lien & coll tr 5s *53—M&S

99

Lockport L H & P 54s A'54M&N
Loinoard Elec Co (Italy)—

1004

1st g 5b 1930

1084

6s 1958

57

106

MacLaren-Que Pow 548 Feb 1*61
54s series P. 1964
.M&S
Madison Co (111) Light & Power—

Purch money 6s g 1997...A&0
Edison El 111 Bklyn 4s '39.J&J

W

85

30

1st & ref 6s 1954
M&8
Debenture 7s 1944
J&J
Macon Ry & Light 1st 5s '53.J&J

1084

W

1134

Manila Gas Co—

Lincoln Tel & Tel—

824
116

Luneburg Pow L & W W (Germ'y)
1st M s f 7s 1948
M&N
Lucerne Co (Pa) Gas & Elec—
1st ref&imp g 5s'48 op'13 A&O

1st 1 & ref 6s 1951 ser B
A&O
Kings Co E L & P 1st 5s '37.A&O

Kings Co Elec—See Bklyn-Queens
111
Kings Co Gas & 111 1st os 40-A&O
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54..J&J
1144
1st ref 6 4s '954
J&J
1214
Klngsh'way Bdge 64* '62.A&0/
71
Knoxville Trac 1st 5s 1938.. A&O

103

113

914

91

60

...

1024

102

1st & ref 44s 1901 ser O.F&A
106
Deb s f 6s 1937 ser A
A&O k 1024
Loulsv Ltg 5s '53
110
unstmpd—A&O
Louisville Ry 2d 44s 1940..M&S
84
Gen M 5s 1950
56
F&A
Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—
1st s f g 6 4s 1944
F&A

374

784
1044

M&N

60

1014

LouisvlUe Gas & Elec Co (Ky)—
1st & ref 5s 1952 ser A...M&N

2d gold 4s 2013
Manila Elec RR &

Lex (Ky)

104

1054

96

Deb g 6s 2020 ser A..

93

864
814

894
101

Keystone Telephone Co—
1st 1 St ref
1955 ser A.J&D

Lehigh

3%

88

89

J&J

I

48

55

Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of dep.
15

95

Key West Electric 5s 1956—F & A
Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1976
M&N

Lake

76 4

Iowa Gas & Elec 1st 8s
1938—J&J
1014
iowa-Neorasaa Lt & Power—
1st lien & ref 5s *57 ser
A.M&N k 1024
1st 1 & ref 5s 1961 ser
k
B..M&8 ~ 1024
Iowa Pow & LI 1st 44s 1951
k
M&S k 106
fcwa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957..J&D
100
"
Deo 5« 1908
.......M&S
84
1st mtge 54*1959....
M&8
Debenture 6s 1960
M&N
Iowa K> s, Lt (Oedar
Rapids > —
1st & ref 5s June 1946 B.—J&D
1st & ref 5 4s Oct 1945—M&N
Iowa Southern Utilities—

106

1054

90

La Crosse Telep 54s 1948—J&J
Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1940 A&O

46

1024

f 8s 1938

84

734

Tel 54s 1953 J&J
Interstate W ater 6s ser A1940 F&A

1st & ref r* 1943
1st & ref 5 4s 1950
Deb 0s 1950 ser A

44

81

914

994

45

1st mtge 5a 1957
J&D
Louisiana Stm Gener 6s 1939 M&N

1st M

Kewanee(IlljPub Serv 6s A *49 J&J

1st M coll tr 5 4

80

954

Iowa Electric Oo—
1st mtge 6s 1939

J&D
M&S

Laclede Gas Lt 5s 1939

73

A&O

Interstate Tel &

108

Kansas Gas & Electric—
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A—M&S

Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RR
1st 5s 1951
-F&A
Debentures 6s 1946
F&A

914
89

27

1054
824
624

1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D k
1st & ref 44" '58 ser
F...M&8

1st M 5s 1901

1074

106

105^

Light Co-—

nm

334
1064

J&D
J&D

5s series B Dec 1 1935

B..J&J

104"

1134

F&A

Kan City Pub Serv 3s 1951--J&J
Elec Pow 0s 1937
J&D

Kansas

Kokomo

694

Interstate Pub Serv Co¬

£ ref 04s 1949

99

Kansas City Power & Light—

59

684

Interstate Nat Gas 6s 1930—
Without warrants
J&J
Interstate Power l8t 5s '57..J&J
Deb gold 6s 1952
J&J

s

105"
104

1st M

Conv deb 4 4s 1939
J&J
Deb 5s 1955
F&A
Interstate Bridge 04s 1950-M&N /
Interstate Gas & El 6s 1951—J&D

1st

104

1st M 6s 1943

Louisiana Pow &

1054

1034

M&S

624

62

•77

i&

Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1.938.-J&J

ls*

274

Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957,

1st M 44* 1961

Los Angeles RaUway Corn—
1st & ref s f g 5s 1940
J&D
Los Angeles Ry 5s 1938—.A&O

1074

1044

-

61

International Railway (Buffalo--

■

7

90

874

/

g

Sec 7s 1952

"6"

4

874

5s •m od tax-ex.J&J
Certificates of deposit......
0% notes 1932
-....A&O

:

102"

...

Secured

Deb

26 4

109

1054

1044
109

EIRy

2

F&A
1957
M&S
Keokee Consol Coke 5s 1959-J&J

1044
iUo4
1054

Uo1J*

t

1st 7s series J 1957

1st lien & ref 54s 1954—M&S
1st lien & ref 5s I960.....J&D

Indianapolis W W

107

1st 6s series K

1054

1st lien & ref 5s 1970

»

"8"

64

'

P&A

Ajef 5s 1963

53

107

109}
109}
106}^
109}
109}

109

Gen & ref 54* 1943 ser F M&S

48"

46

1064

1064
1094

Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser G
M&P
Gen & ref 6s series H 1942 M&S
Gen & ref 54s 1949 ser I
A&O
Los Ang Pac Co—Spp Pac FIRv
Los Ang & Pac RR—See Pac

Jamaica Water Supply (Jo¬
ist gold 54s series A 1955. J&J
James River Bridge
Oorp—
1st sink fund 64c 1958---J&J
Deb g 7s 1943
-J&D

1st M 5s 1951

23

954
814

Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J
Indiana General Service—
1st

20
93

65

48

1st M 44s 1961 ser O
J&D
Jer City 1 lob & Pat—See P S C<>rp

974

M&S

Assoc

1952-M&N /

A

ser

Gen & ref 0s 1942 ser D
M&S
Gen & ref 54s 1947 ser F J&D

62

s f 54s 1953 ser A-M&S
Superpower Corp—

Ask,

106

1st & ref g 5s 1939 opt—_M&S
1st & gen 5s 1961
__M&8

51

Deb 6s '63 (without warr)—J&J
facksonv (Fla) Gas s f 5s '42-J&D /
k
5s stamped 1942

Debenture 6s

Bta,

Angeles Gas & Elec Corp—

104

k

984
944

Bonds.
Los

ik*
69

Illinois

Water Service Co—
1st mtge 5s 1952 series A

All;.

...

&1064

1st & ref 54* 1954 ser B—J&D
J&D

,

25-yr

984

Illinois Power & Light Corp—
1st St ref 6s 1953 series A..A&O
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser O
8 f deb 54* 1957

1074

Bid.

wood & Bessemer Ry & Light
1st. a f k) 5s '36
opt after "16. F&A
Isarco Hydro-Elec Oo
(Italy—
1st M s f 7s 1952
.M&N
Island Gas & Electric—
Italian

102 4

6s 1962

Bonds.
r on

r

102

M&8

B

ser

Ask.

k Last

sale,

n

New bonds not

Nominal.

*

NegotiabUity impaired by maturity,
being quoted as yet.
** Called Oct. 1 at 105.

1034
108

1

103

t Bonds caUed.

81

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

AUG., 1935]

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds*
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of tha month preceding the date of issue.

Bid.

Bonds.
Missouri Gas A Elec 6s A1944 MAS
1st A ref 6s ser B 1957
JAJ
Missouri Power A Light—
1st M 6 >4s 1955 ser A
MAS
1st M 44s 1958 ser B
MAN
Missouri Public Service Oo—•

First mtge 5s 1947 ser A—FAA
Mo Riv Sioux Oity Bdge Oo—
1st s f 6s 1953
MAS 15
Mobile Bay Bridge 7s 1951-JAJ
2nd sink fund 7s 1951.-—-JAJ
Mobile Gas Service Oorp—
.

o

55

1st cum inc 9s ser A '56..A&0
Mob Lt & UK 1st g 5s '37—JAD
Oons g 5s 1941
MAS
Monmouth Oons Wat 5s '60-JAD

Monongahela Valley Water—
1st M 514s 1950 series A—JAJ
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st lien A ref 54s ser B *63 FA A
Mont Oities Gas 7s A 1937-MAN
Montana-Dakota Power

JAJ

3% conv deb 1939..-..—JAJ
Montreal Tramways—
1st A ref g 5s 1941 opt..—JAJ
Gen A ref 5s 1956 series A.AAO
Gen A ref 5s 1955 ser B—AAO
Gen A ref s f 4 4* *65 ser O AAO
Geo A ref s f 5s 1955 ser D_ AAO

Morgantown Water 5a 1965——
>ru side

89

91
90
53

87
50

1938.JAJ
1969

Mountain States rower Oo—

„

Nassau El UK—bee Bklvn Queens
Nassau A Suff Ltg 5s 1945—FAA

Nat Elec Pow Oo deb os 1978 JAJ
Nat Pow A L deb 6s 2026 A.FAA
Deb 6s 2030 ser B
-MAN
Nat Public Service Oorp—
Debenture gold 5s 1978—FAA
Certificates of deposit......

stmp *39.JAJ
Neb-Iowa Bdge 64s 1943-FAA
Nebraska Pow 1st C4e 1981-JAD

Nat Toll Bridge 6s

Deb 6s 2022
MAS
Ner Oallf Elee 1st 5e 1956... AAO
Debs 6s July 1941
JAJ
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944—Q-J
Newark Oons Gas con 5s '48.JAD
New Amsterdam Gas—See N Y
G E L H A P
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Oo—
1st. M 5s 1937.
MAS
New Brunswick iNJ) Lt H A Pow
4s Dec 15 1939
..

New Oastle (Oity of) W 6s'41 JAD
New England G A E Association

83
63
51
45

A

98

105

103

....

1024
87
85

95

104

106%

107

107

1074
494

494

1014
844
844

84

80

83

1949 ser A

New Orleans Oity A Lake—
1st sf 5s 1943

1044
1044

*

1054

105

....

984

.

m.m m m

108
-•

1094

1064

1074

89
85

102

1114

1949.-M&N

....

106

1014

Serial 5% notes 1936
North Carolin* Pub Serv <

55"

50

~4""
974
87
7

10

9

24
25
110
115
84
90
121

94
4Vi

111""
116

844
92

1194

874

984

744
1014

754
104

—

1034

5s 1945-MAN

North Continent Utilities Corn—
1st coll A ref 54s *48 ser A. JAJ

41

414

,

....

794
1074

1204
1194

804
109

1224
122

1st gold 58 1937 opt
FAA
Northeastern Public Barrios—
Gen'l loan A coll 54s 1961 .JAJ

1094

1104

liO

111

1104

1114

54

56

1054

102

....

79

80

.,11*
JAD ./St*

80

63

104

96

95

106
88

994
984
944

104

1094
110
104

105""

103

1024

1044

105

107

1084

1084

1044

105

105

1st A ref 5s 1941
A
1st A ref 6s 1941 ser B—•. A&O
1st A ref 5s 1964
1

1054

1064
1074

1074

107

1084

1044

AAO

JAD k 104

Coll tr s f g 5s 1940
opt—-JAJ /
Northern Utilities Co—

94
524

/

Northern w'Chester Ltgfia'fifi
N'west Oities Gas 6s 1949—,
Northwest Louisiana Gas—

&
28

264
107

108

50

100

1024

1044
102

103""

1014

103

90

93

75

78

'

1114

st 1A ref 5s 1951 1944..AAO
1st 1 A ref 5s ser Bser O—AAO

1064

1074

1064

107

112

Northwestern Elevated (Chic)—
1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
MAS /
Oertlficates of deposit
/
Union E) (Loop) 5s g 45.-AAO

1st rosier A 1957
...JA.1 k 954
N'western Teleg 1st 4 Ms '44 JAJ
1024

97

Nominal.

♦

84

1004

85

Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A. AAO
Ottawa Trac 1st 54s July '55JAD
Ottawa Valley Power Co—
1st M s f 54s 1970
AAO
Otter Tall Pswer Oo (Minn)—

105

100

1024

Ozark Power A Water Co—
1st s f 5s 1952
MAS
Pacific Coast Power fie 1940-MAS

102

1054

934

944

93

934

103

97
60

JA.l

98

62"

374

40

Los Aogeies Pacific Co—
1st ref v 4s 1950 opt '15—JAJ

69

71

Los Angeles-Padflc RR—

77
1064

79
1064

119 4
106

120

107
1064

G 1964..JAD

1064
1064
1034

1164

JAD
JAD

44s '69ser F ..JAD
ser

Pacific Northwest Pub Serv—
Conv deb 6s 1960
MAS
Pacific Power A Light Oo—
1st M fie 1955
FAA

/

1064
110
94

Passaic A Newark El Traction—
fie 1937—
JAD
Pateraon Ry—See Pub Serv Oorp
Paterson A Passaic Gas A Elec
consol gold 5s 1949
M* S
Paterson Ry gen 5s 1944
AAO
Paterson A State Line Traction
5s 1964
JAJ

814
1064
1104
954

83

1184

-

"st 64" 1937 ser A......MAN

1044

18
81

Pacific Teleph A Telegraph¬
ist A col tr s f g 5s 1937—JAJ 2
Ref M fis 1952 series A
MAN
Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952..—AAO

1064

61

95
'

664

684

JAJ

10

16

Peninsular Tel Co 1st 54s '51 JAJ
Penn Centra ILight A Power Oo—
1st A ref 44s 1977
MAN
let fie 1979—
.MAN

106

107

994

994

103

Deb g 6s 1950 ser A
Without warrants..

MAN

Deb 54* 1959ser B
FAA
Penn Pub 8 1st 6e serO '47.MAN
let A ref 5s series D 1954.JAD

Pennsylvania Electric Oo—
1st A ref 4i 1971 ser F... MAN
1st A ref fie ser H 1962...AAO
Pennsylvania Gas A Elec Oorp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A
MAS
Pennsylvania Gas A Elec Oo—
1st 1 A ref 54s '55 sot A—MAS
1st lien A ref 6a 1958.
MAS
Deb 6s 1940..
..JAD

99
93 J
107 j

994
94

1074

103

95

1014

954
1024

804

814

954
924

934

80

JAJ
JAJ

Penna Pow Co 1st 5s 1956

106
106

17
17
21
21

let M 44s 1981-.—-..AAO
116
Pennsylvania State Water Oorp—
1st lien 54a 1952 series A-MAs
994
Penn Teleg fis 1960 ser O.
10V 4
JAD
Penn Water Oo 5s 1940—
106
Penn Water A Power • f fie '40JAJ k 114
let ref 44« 1968 ser B
.MAS *1074

77

.

107
108

Pennsylvania Pow A Light Oo—

4

7T

n

105
10

MAS

994

16
154

Oertlficates of deposit
Northwestern Light A Power 6f
'-v./:
Series B 1950
FA4
Northwestern Power Oo Ltd—
1st m if conv 6s '60 serA. JAJ /
334
Oertlficates of deposit...... / 334
Northwestern Pub Serv Co—

* Last sale,

112

(Norway)—

51

»/9 9
J 92

/ This price includes accrued interest.

115""

1104

Pennsylvania-Ohio Pow A Lt—

....

fist lien A ref 64s 1941-..A»v

30

Orange A Pas Val R—See P S Oorp
Orange A Rockland Elec Oo—
1st m 5s 1958
..FAA
Oregon Elec Ry 5a '33 opt..MAN
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—
1st M 5s 1957 series A
JAD

1st A ref 54« '54 ser A

106

714
101

Penn-Ohio Edison Oo—

49

105

784
103
45

1134

Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13-FAA
Ontario Transmission Co Ltd—
1st gu g 5s *45 op bef *10. .MAN

Jebenture 7s 1942—.

106

1st Hen s f 6s 1943 ser A—MAN
8 f deb 64s 1943
MAN

99

Omaha A Council Bluffs St Ry—
Income 5s 1937—
JAJ

Pecos Valley Power A Light Co.

1064

t 105

Refunding 44s 1961
54 % notes 1940
Northern Texas Elec Oo—

704

99

88

Pacific Lignt A Power Oorp—
Pac L A P Co 1st 5s 1042. JAJ

974
984
934

1st lien A ref 5s 1956
FA_
Gen A ref 6s 1947 ser A...MAS
Northern Penna Power Co—
1st A ref 5s 1956 ser A... J
1st A ref 5s 1962
J
Northern States Power Oo—

774

AAO

1st Are*

f 54s 1957 aer A
FAA
Northern Ohio Trac A Light—
s

1044

102
43

Ry 1st A ref 6s '41-JAJ
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 '51
Omaha A Coun Bluffs Ry A Br

1st A ref 5s 1955ser D
1st A ref 44b 1957 ser E

34

105

1st 1 A ref 5Vis ser D '49.-JAD
1st 1 A ref 5s 1955 ser E
JAD
Water town L A P 5s 1959. JAJ
Northern Ohio Pow A Lt—
Gen A ref 54s 1951
MAS
Northern Ohio Telep Oo—

57;
87"

1044

Oklahoma

30
112%

1st M A ref Pa 1963
JAJ
1st lien A ref 7s 1940 A—MAN
1st lien A ref 6s 1947 B—MAN
1st 1 A ref 6s 1943 O
MAN

•

854

Oklahoma Power A Water
1st m 5s 1948 ser A
FAA
Okla Power Holdings 5 Vis '43 JAJ

1st A ref M 4s

IstAref m 44s 1970 serE.JAD
Northern N Y utilities Inc—

50

109

Debenture gold 6s 1940—-MAS k 103
98
Okla Natural Gas 6s 1940 A
JAJ
1st m 5s 1948serB
874
FAA

804 /: 814

1st A ref 5s 1900 ser O—.MAN
1st A ref 5s 1969 ser D
MAS

70

let A ref mtge fie 1943.MAS
Pacific otae A El ref fie 42
J&J
1st A ref M 6s 1941 ser B.JAD

85
1st M 5s 1934-1948
MAN 1
North Ind Gas A El 6s '52—MAN k 1054
Northern Ind Pub Serv—

59"

_

Newport Gas Lt 5s A 1961..JAD
Newp News A Hainp Ry G A E—
1st A ref 5s 1944.........JAJ
Newp News A Old Pt Ry A El
1st g 5s Nov I 1938
MAN
Newport Water 5s 1953......—

93

/

28

Refunding 6e 1961.......MAS
105

1074

Northern California Power—
1st A cons • f 5s 48 op 15 JAD

....

90

mmmm

104

1st A ref g 5s *40 op '20—AAO
North Shore Gas Oo of Illinois—

1st

1044

1st A ref 54s ser E 1961MAN k 1004

Ohio Term 'Cleve) 6s 1947--JAD /
Ohio Yal Elec Ry 1st M 5s '46JAD

Pacific Elec Ry g 5s 1942

North Shore Coke A Chemical—
6s A 1947
MAS
North Shore Electric Co—

——

104

1044

106

(Hoboken. N J) 5s 1938—AAO
North Jer St Ry—See P 8 Oorp.
North Penn Gas Oo—
1st M A lien 54b 1957..-MAN

103

1124

04« series O 1939
...AAO
5 Vis series D 1945—...... JAJ
fie series E 1946
..AAO

103

Northern Conn Power Co—
1st A ref 54b 1946
MAS
North El Co A Nor Pap Mills—

884

1124
1114
1104
104%

Kxtl sink fund 5s 1963
Ottawa L H A Power—

984

AAO

105"

1st A ref 7s 1947 ser B
FAA
1st A ref 6s 1953 series O.MA8
1st A ref 5sl954 ser D
MAS

Oslo Gas A El Works

North Hudson Lt H A P Co

1034

107
115

1014

Conv deb 5s 1957 ser A..MAS
Deb 648 1963 ser B
FAA15

Deb 5s Nov 15 '69 ser O MAN16
North Ainer Light A Power Oo
S f deb 54s 1956 ser S
JAJ

94""

107

1044
1124

100

FAA

Sallsb A Spencer

1044

94




101

.

1084

1st g 5s 1944—JAJ
North American Oo.

105

106

JAJ

6 Basis.

1074
1114

107

JAJ *

Deb 5s 1901

_

New Kochelle Wat 6 >4s '61.MAN
let 5s series B 1951
MAN
N Y Gent Elec 1st 5Vis '50.MAS
5s1952...
N Y A East River Gee- ~
N Y G E L H A P
New York Edison Oo—

oo oo

107

924

JAD

1st sf 6s 1947

1953

106

Oklahoma Gas A Electric—
1st M 5s 1950
MAS

1114

North American Edison Co—

Oo—

1942

t

Norfolk 8t

:

_

5s stamped
Inc 6s Nov

1094
1064
1064
1114

MAN

95

854

1064

1st A consol 5s I960
FAA
Ohio Elec Pow 1st M 5s 1957 JAD
Ohio L A Pow 1st 5s 1944.-MAN
Ohio Pow 1st A ref 5s 1952 B JAJ
1st A ref 44s 1956 ser D.JAD

2

14 v;\:

Norf A Ports Bdge 64s *47—FAA
Norf A Portsm Tract 5s '30—JAD

78

F A A

/

105

82

1st m col tr 5 Vis 1953 ser.A JAJ
Ohio Edison 1st 6s 1957
AAO

Ohio Valley Gas Oorp—
1st 64s 1943 (with war)
JAJ
Ohio Valley Water 5s 1954—JAJ
Ohio Water Serv 5s A 1958.FAA

See N Y Gas Elec Lt A Pr

Norf Ry a. Lt 1st os

105

1084

Niagara Falls Power—

604

New Mexico Power—
1st M 5s 1958
...JAJ
New One*u» Pub Service Oo—
let A ref 5s 1952 series A..A.>.
1st A ref 5s 1955 series B—JAD
Gen M 4V4s 1935
JAJ

1074
108

MAN
A Westchester Lighting—

mtge 64s

104
93
84

M&N

.

MAN

§84

69
76

New Jersey Water
1st M 5s 1950

1014

6% if notes 1935

694

N J A Mud Klv R* A Ferry—
1st gold 4s 1960 opt
MAS
N J Pow A Lt 1st 44s *60—AAO

1004

MAN
1st M 5s 1951
——l.MAN
1st M 5s 1956
MAN
N V Tel 1st 4>48 '39 tax ex.MAN
N Y Water Service Corp—

1st

Convertible deb 5s 1962—JAJ

:

1094

Oertlficates of deposit

884
914

694
694

.

1094

N Y Steam 6s 1947

N Y

-

Ohio Assoc Telep 6s A 1962.JAJ
Ohio Cent Telep 1st 6s '47..JAJ
Ohio Cities Water Oorp—

2

1st con g 4Vi8 '62 op '13--MAN
Oertlficates of deposit

30

-

Deb g 6s 2024

York State Rys—

1st con 6 Vis 1962

Ask.

Ohio Public Service Oo—
1st M A ref 74s '46 ser A. AAO

50
9
33

72" Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)—

674

wt

l\y*

>

68

694

Tel—
1st 5s 1952 series A
-JAD
1st 44» 1961 ser B——MAN
New Hampshire Pow 6s Dec.1943
New Haven Water—
1st A ref 4 Vis A 1957....JAD
1st A ref 4 Vis B 1970
AAO
1st A ref 4 Vis 0 1981
MAS
1st ref 4s A stmp 1957
JAD

114

1st A cons 6s Her AA '50..MAN
5s series A 1959—
JAJ
Niagara Lockport A Out Power—
1st A ref 5s 1956 series A.AAO

1004

!l*

87

6s prior lien assented 1965—
' ifl
• «4f| 1
1966-Apr J
6s stamped 1965
-—

*

1st M 5s 1951 fcer A

101
84

1054

.88

1st ra 4Vis 1980
—MAS
New York State Gas A Elec Oo—
1st M 5 Vis 1962
AAO
1st M 6a 1952
JAJ

1054
954

1034

1054

N Y A Richmond Gas Oo—
1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A..MAN
N Y State El A Gas Oorp—

86

1054

•

_

BIhocu k

113
103

111,

5s 1954 op

.*
K K 1st 4s '50-JAJ f
Bway A 7th Ave. 5s 1943—— f
23d rit My 5a 1962
JAJ /

99 4

694

New Eng Tel A

1014

«

Light A Power Oo—
1st M s f 6s 1958 ser A
JAD
102%
Oberpfals Elec 7s 1946
JAD / 26
Ocean City Costal Highw Bdge—
6 Vis 1947
JAD / 30
Ogden Gas 5s 1945

109"

: 1074

guar—JAJ
S Y Power A Light Corp—
1st mtge 4 Vis 1967
AAO
^few York Rys Oorp—
Prior Hon
1965 ser A-- JAJ

<

Deb g 5s 1947
—.—MAS
Oonv deb 5s 1948.—.—.JAD
Oonv deb 6s I960
—MAN
New En* Pow Assn 5s 1948.AAO
Deb 5 Vis 1954
JAD
New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951...JAJ

1094

JAJ

Deb

_

...JAJ
1st M 6s 1938 series B
JAJ
Muncie W W 5s Oct 2 1939.AAO
Municipal Sarv coll 6s 1956.FAA
Mut Fuel Gas See Peoples G L A C
Mutual Telep (Pa) 1st 6s45-AAO
Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel
Narragansett Elec Oo—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A——-JAJ
1st 5s sink fund ser B 1957. JAJ
5s series O 1958.........JAD
Nashville Railway A LignvOons g 5s 1953 opt 1908..JAJ
Ref A ext gold 5s 1958-.— JAJ
Nashville Gas A Heating Co—
1st M gold 5s 1937 guar—MAN
5s 1937 «not guar)
—MAN
1st A ref 5s 1938.

'44—JAJ

_

811 St Ky—See PbUaOo

Mount Home Telep 5s
Mount Hope Bridge 5s

109
108

NYAWestch Ltg 4s 2004—JAJ

New

Montana Power—
^
lit A ref s f 5s *43 op 18—JAJ
Deb g 6s 1962 ser A——JAD
Montreal Is! Pow 54b 1957-MAN
Montreal Lt Ht A Pow Oonsol—1st ref A coll tr 5s 1951—AAO
1st ref col A sf 5s 1970 serB MAS

M

124 4

1134

1274

NYAER Gas 1st g 5s
Oon 5s 1945

66

Oo—_

Ext 1st 54s-64s 1944

1234
113

1st g 5s Dec 1 1948......JAD
mon coll tr 4s 1949—FAA

54

Bid.

Bonds
Nova Scotia

Pur

JAD

1st M 5s 1949—-

Ask

Ed El 111. N Y. con g 5s '95 JAJ
New Amster Gas 5s 1948—JAJ

108
104

Monongahela Light A Pow Oo—-

Monongahela Valley Traction—1st M g 6s '42 opt *22
JAD

Bid.

N Y Gas Elec L H A P Oo—

52

107
102 4

^

1st 5s 1956

Bonds.

Ask.

54

344
344
954

99

Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t Called Aug. 1 at 105.

1164
100

1074

82

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

j

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.
Bid

People's G L A Ooke. Ohicagolst cons g 0s 1943---—--AA*
Refunding gold 5s 1947.
1st A ref 4s 1981ser B
JA,
1st A ref 0s ser O 1957
J&1
Ohic G L & O 1st 5s 1937.. J AOonsum Gas 1st g 5b "30--JAL
lnd Nat GAO g 5s *30 gu-M&N
Mutual Fuel Gas g 5s '47 MAN
Peoples Light A Power Corp—1st lien 5Hs 1941
J*
Conv deb 5s 1979.------

Ask

91

Bonds.

92

116

116H!

>

106 H
85
100
106 %
105

Public Service Co of N H—
lot A ref 5* 1950 ser A—MAN
lot A ref. 4 H» 1957 «er B.AAO
Public Service Co of Nor HI—

102
106 H
106

86"

57
fk '6%

57 H

Peoples Tract—See Phila R T.
Peoria Water Works Co—

97 H
103

98 H
104

100

98 X
60

1st A ref 6s 1950—

Debenture 4s 1950
Philadelphia Company—

100
28

1104 H
1110 H

99 H

100 H

104H
110H

80
98
83

88"

Sd Ave Tr 1st 5s

29

32

So Trac 1st A coll tr g 5s

29

32

28

30

1953-AAC
1934——JAE
50 AAC
Dnlted Trac 5s 1997 ctfs.-JAJ
West End Trac con 5s '38-JAJ
Phila Elect 1st 5s 1900
AAO
1st M 4s 1900
----AAO
1st lien A ref m 4 H® 1907 MAN
1st A ref 4s 1971
JAA
Philadelphia Elec Power Co—
1st mtge 5Hs 1973
FacjS
PIttsb Rys 5s

30

112H
106 H

107 H

107
106

106 %

110M

Phila A Garretsford St By—■
1st 5s 1955
P&A

Secured

112

37

40

79

A

Media

Darby

Ohes

St

78

83
88 H

0s gold
1903.
1st m r e 0s 19

81

76

84

90 H

ser

1st col tr

conv

/

fund

ser

"10"

77

Direct

m

96 H

Con

0s 1953

13 H

14

7% sec. notes 1930
Richland Public Service—

ctfs 4s *43 -FAA / 26
75
Union Traction 4s 1952-JAJ
Phila Snbur-Oountles Gas A Elec
106 M
lBt A ref 4Hs 1957
MAN
Phila Sub Water Co—
104
1st M 5s 1955
MAN

29

104 %

100

105

109"

105H
/
Piedmont

16

18"

Hydro-El Co (Italy)k

46
102

103"

97

Rys—See

98

107

Pittsburgh

109

Phila

Plattsburg G A El 1st 6s 1939- -.
Pomerania Elec. 0s 1953—MA

10dH
lol'A
fk 26%
f .14 H

104 H

106
15 H

105
Portland General Elec Co—

—.MA
1st M 5s exten to 1950
J<S
1st A ref 4Ks 1900

Portland (Ore) Gas A Ooite—
1st A ref g 6s *40 opt '20—JAJ
lstl'n A gen 4H» 1940
JAJ
Portland (Me) RR 3Hs 1951-JAJ

1st 1 A

eon

m

5s 1945—MAN

Porto Rlcan Power 0s 1950.MAN
Porto Rlcan Rys Ltd 5s 1930MAN
Porto Rico Telep 0a 1944—JAD
Postal Teleg A Cable 5o
Potomac Edison Co—

'53—JAJ /

1st mtge 6a 1950 ser B—MAN
Ust M 4H» 1901 series F—AAO

Potomac El Pow—
Cons Me 6a 1930 guar..JAJ
Gen lien A ref 0s 1953
AAO
Po ver Corp of Canada Ltd—
Oonv deb 4 Ha 1959 Ser B.MAS
6s Dec. 1 1957
Power oorp of N Y—
Deb gold 5Hs 1947
Power Gas A Water Sec

73
107 H

85 «
64
81
90 H
96 H

87
75
66
83
92

98

QK

29M
106 H
106 H
103 K
107

84H

30"

106M
....

85 H

MAN
Corp

100H

Oeb 0s 194ft
MAN
Pub Ser of Indiana 0s 1952.FAA
Public Service <Jorp of N J—
Trust certs 0% perpet
M&N

Camden Sub 1st 5s 1940

JAJ

Consolidated Traction—
Extended 5s 1938
JAD
Ells Tlalni A Gent Jersey By—
1st g 5s Dec 1 I960..
JAJ
Ellz A Raritan Riv 5s '54.M&N

'02.AAO

J O Hob A Pat 4s 1949—MAM
Nor Jer St Ry 4s 1948—MAN

JAD

2d 0s '14 ext 5% to *44.AAO
P 8 Newark Term Ry 5s*55 JAD

/
AAO /
TAA /

....

106
105
106
89

131

84H
62

....

65

71
96
54

100
83

115

....

10QH

1st A ref 7 Hs 1941 ser A..AAO
1st A ref 08 1945 ser B—.AAO

104

(Pa] Elec 5a 1947

81

Rochester Central Power Oorp—
Deb g 5a 1963MAS

Schenectady Ry 1st 5s 1948
f
Scioto Vai Ry A Pr let 0s'43-JAD
Scran ton Rv & Bus Co—
1st 5s series A 1959
1st 4s series B 1959

2d 5s g 1933 ctf dep
JAD
Rochester A Syracuse RR—

S8^
36

34"

36

104

38

95H

107 H

106"

103

103 H

—

Scranton-Spg Brook Water Serv—

l9t

68 1967

91H

8er A.. FAA

Scranton Ry—1st 6s Nov "32.JAJ
Scranton Transit ser 5s A
1959—
4s series B 1959
Income 3s 1959
"

74

..

....

Ar 4H«r'68

1947-FAA

99

1947
1949

ser

A

ser

B_w._.

}■'25-jt 5Hs I960

110

109

109H

100 H
113 H
10

....

100

90

93

107

105

Somerset Un A Middlesex
Ltg—
Mtge g 4s Dec 1 1943—.JAD
South Bay Oonsoi Water—
1st ref 5s I960
MAN
South Carolina Power Oo—

& ref 69 ^967

106

}»! "en5s ref 5s 1900 ser
A
1st M

104H
101
97

110

1st mtge sf 4Hs 1979
JAD
Saguenay Elec 5Hs A 1953..JAJ
St Olair County (ill) Gas A El—
1st cons guar 5s 1959
MAS
St Joseph Gas—1st 5s 1937—JAJ
St Joseph Ry, Lt Heat A Power—

106 H
87

107

m

102

J"! $ ret $l252 ■« B..MAS

1st M A ref 4s Aug 1 1965.F&A

104

100H

f 5s 1955

MAN

MAS

l«t>;£ref 4Hs 1901

106

MAS

isi m 6s 194?

outhern Canada Pr Oo Ltd—
1st M 5s 1955 ser A
AAO

104 X

.

outhern Cities Pub Serv Oo—
Oonv deb 0s 1949.......MAN f
outhern Cities Utilities Oo—

y--

lien A coll 5s 1958
8 f deb 6s 1958 ser A

15

89 H

107"

AAO
FAA f

outhern Colorado Power Oe—
1st g 6s 1947 series A
JAJ
outhern Counties Gas (Calif)—
1st M 4Hs 1908
MAN




*

•

; ' mmmm

35

47 X

12 H
99 H

outhern Gas Oo—
8 t deb 6H« 1930 ser A
101H
AAO
outhern Gas Utilities, Ino—
1st M s f 0Hs 1939 ser A.MAS
100 H
outh lnd G A E 5Hs
*57—AAO * 105H

Gas Oorp—
lstsf0a 1944 with warr...JAJ
Without privilege

86
86
87

;

48 H
.

100

105

£

mmmm,

102

104

109

103
97 H

109 H
104
99

98

102;

107
106

outhern United Gas Oo—
1st lien 6a 1937 with warr AAO t
...

26
91

15

19*
86

iwepuo

1st M 5s 1901
AAO
Southwestern Bell Telep—
1st A ref M 5s 1954 ser A.FAA

Negotiability impaired by maturity,

26

24 H

85

f
'uvunoBwauaiBW

24 H

87
103 H

1

zzzz

103 H

113 H

suthern Trac—See Phila Oe.

Certificates of deposit

106"

99

122

112H

Telep

outhern Utah Power Oo—
1st M 5Hs May 1 1960—M&S

h m op

99

98

120

outh N E
1st 6s 1948. JAD
Deb g 5s 1970
JAD
o Ohio Elee 0s 1955
JAD
1st g 5Hs 1959 ser D
JAJ

108 X

108 H

103 H
102 X

103

105

105 H

1104.
f Called Sept. 1 at 104.

t Called

'-vi * ^

H

103 H

•

uJ-

'

105 H

30

104

Southwestern Gas A Elee Co—
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser A
JAJ
1st M 5s 1957 ser B
MAN
1st 6s series O 1901
M A N
b Basis.
/ This price includes accrued interest,
k Last sale,
n Nominal.
).
#* Coi
>mpany reorganized, see Scranton Ry. A Bus. Co.
Sept. 1 at 110.

106 X
ioi m

106"

Telep

outhern Natural

84

•

103 H
104 H

PubS ervtce.
111

85
100

m s

99H

102 X
104H

outn Calif

84

lit

106 X
99 H

93H

91X

MAN

1st A ref 5Hs ser D 1960.M&S
1st mtge 4s May 1 1965
San Diego Water Supply Co—

98 X

98 X

101 x

1st A ref 5a 1957

Stewart Mt Pow 5H« '57-AAO
Sin Angelo Telep 1st 5s 1958 FAA
Ssn Antenie G A E 5s 1949.MAS

San DIege Oonsoi Gas A Elec—
1st g 5s 1939 ept 1914—MAS
1st £ ref 6s ser A 1939....MAS
1st A ref 5s 1947 ser B—MAS
1st A ref 6s ser O 1947...-MAS

105
106 X

Collateral trust 5s 1937..MAM
outhern California Gas Oo—

110

1st ref 6s 1952 series A
JAJ
1st A ref 5s 1958 ser B
JAJ
San Antonio Tr 1st 5s '49-..MA8

109 H

89

108

Refunding 6s 1950

108 X

oorp—

106

106

97 H

JAD

108 H

^

103 H
105 H

104

FAA

Rutland Ry Lt A f ist 5s'40.MAU
Safe Harbor Water Pow. Oorp—

MAS

49

102

B. JAJ

1st lien 0s 1944
1st lien 6s x-w 1941

39H

?5H

/ 47

Corp.

goJexaa Gas fiHs 1938 A..MAS

104"

mmmm

81X

94H

JAJ

South Coast Co 0Hs
1943—JAJ

"J'lt

80 X

Southeast PAL deb 0s 2025 .MAS
Southeastern Gas A Water Co—

102

Gen A ref 0s 1952...
JAJ
Salina Lt Pow A Gas 6s '43.AAO

104 H

99

1955—

107 X
102

^88^

102

JAJ
JAJ

South Pittsburgh Water Oo—
1st lien A ref5s I960 ser
A.JAJ

108

Oonv 0% notes ext to '34..JAJ / ....
St Louis Spring! A Peoria RR—
1st A ref gu g 5s '39 opt..JAD
St Paul City Ry—See Twin City. R T.

104 H

101

FAA

ser O.FAA
.......

Sioux City Serv 0« 1§51
Snow Mt Wat A Pr 5s
1937-JAJ
Somerset Lighting 5s

o

23"

ff 2bH

103 X
99 H
103
107

30"

103 H
103 H

1939.Jfc*AA

§5"

109H

o

86 X

113
27 ;;

MAS

102

Salisbury A Spencer—See Ne Oar
Salmon Riv Pswgu 5s '52 sp FAA
Salt River Vai Water Users Assn
0s 1938-1943
FAA

99

103 H

5 P7^P^* * Elec Oo—

100

St Paul Gaslight—.
Gen gald 5s 1944

106H

98 X
Co.

S IK?? nSwi°°rE 'J,6** *4«FAA

1st M 5s I960..

108 X

AAO

99

106

FAA

102

Joseph Water 5s 1941

99 H

98 H

-er B—MAN

Sierra Pacific Power Oo—
1st A ref 5sl90O ser
A...MAS
Sierra A San Francisco
Power—

93 H

88 H

"t

6

Sheboygan Elec—See East Wis El ec
102
Shenango Val Water 5s 1950AAO
Shlnyetsu Elec Pow (Japan)—
1st sink fund 6Hs
1952...JAD
85^
Shreveport Rys 1st 5s. *35-44.JAJ / 10

1st 6s
1st 0a

fk 53

JAJ

mmmm

44

4

100H

1st coll tr 6a '70 ser O
FAA
1st coll tr 4Hs ser D
'70—AAO

i

92

MAN

96H
42 H

Shawinlgan Water A Power Co—

100

K 5s Nov 1 1937
1st A ref 5s 1940

70 ^
33

92

MAS /
opt 1914—AAO /
Deb s f 6s 1930
FAA /
Second Ave Trac—See Phila Oe—

JAD
Southern Bell Telep A
Teleg—
1st s f g 5s 1941 opt
1910—JAJ
Sou B vard—See Third
Ave Ry.
Southern California EdisonRefunding 5s 1952
MAS
Refunding 6a 1954
..JAD
Ref mtge 3Hs May 1 I960
Ref mtge 3^s ser B
July 1 '60Southern California Gas

1st

79"

f*J*1
**._

.

Sedalja(Mo)Wat 5Hs

w

"

65

......

99

MAN

78

Scranton Elec 5s '37 ept 12.JAJ
Scranton Gas A Water Oe—
1st 4Hs 1958.
MAS

60

1st ref 4Hs 1958 ser A...MAN
Rome (Ga) Ry A L 5s *40—AAO
Rome (N Y) Gas. Elec Lt A P—
1st ref 5s 1940
JAD
Ruhr Gas Oorp 0Ha '53 A..AAO
Rumford Falls Pow—

75 :v:

73

,

1st M conv 6s ctfs 1957.MAN f
1H
Rochester Telep Oorp—
105 X
1st A ref 5s 1946 ser B—AAO
102 X
1st A ref 4Hs 1953 ser C..JAJ
104 H
Rockford Elec Co 1st 5s '39.MAS
Rockland light A Pow—
1st M 5s 1938

70

55
25

29H

34
34
40

w*

„5

"**"

L

1st g 5s 1949 opt

Rochester Gas A Elec Corp—
Gen M 5Hs 1948 series O.MA8
Gen mtge 4Hs 1977 ser D.MAS
5s series E 1962
MAS
Rochester A Lake Ontario
Water 5s, 1938---———...
Roch Ry A Lt 6s '54 opt
JAJ
Roch Ry cons 5s g 1930—AAO

.AAO

1st MA cols f 4Hs *67SerA
AAO

28

93

103

5s 1944
Ref g 58 1949

105 H

Riverside Trac—See Pub Ser Qorp
Roanoke G-L 5Hs 1951
FAA
Roanoke Ry A El 5s 1953—FAA
Roanoke W W 5s 1950
JAJ

92

105 H

seiS.,MiU'«pl1W4--Mt8
1st
758

....

105
103 H

102

1st A ref 4s 1947 ser
D_—Q-Jan
Savannah Elec Oe 5s g '52.JAJ
Sayre

.

San Antenie Public Service—

56"

107H

108

99 ji

103

FAA

St Louis Co Gas 1st 5s 1951.. AAO
St L Gas ACoke.See " Indus. Bds"
St Louis Public Service—

88

8e Jersey Gas El A Trac—
Guar g 5s Mar 1 1953..MAS

1900

MAN /

1952

St

130
100

61
106
95

Trac 5s

0s

MAN

84

100

JAD

.

Riverside

m

7s 1950

96H

Orange A Passaic Valley—
1st 5s 1938
Pater son Ry—

g

Richmond (8 I) Lt A RR—
1st coll tr g 4s 1952
—J
Rio Grande Valley Gas Co—
1st M 7s 1937 ser A
AAO

102

37"

107"

103

Gen M 4Hs May 1948—MAN
1st 4s 1945
AAO

92

Coll tr 5s 1948 with warr.MAN
81
Power Secur coll tr 0s '49—JAD
,94M
Providence Gas 4s ser B1903 FAA
107
Prussian Elec 0s 1954
FAA / 28
Public Elec L Co A (St Albans. V t)
1st 5H« 1950
102
AAO
Pnbllo Service Co of Colorado—
1st A ref 0s 1953 series A
MAS
105 X
1st A ref 5 Xa'64 series B.MAS
103 %
1st A ref 0s ssrles C 1901.MAN
105 H

Elisabeth & Trent 6s

73 H

104 H

96

1st A ref 5s 1937
AAO
Richmond (lnd) W W Corp—
1st M 5s 1957
.MAN

106

106H

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y)

Cons 0s 1955

107H

78
74

73

JAJ /

95H

P P Ry tr

81

v

Ry

/

77 H

80

'53-M&N

110M

1st 5s 1945 oot aft 191ft J All

2d3s. 1959...

Republic Gas 0s A 1945
JAD fk 69
/ 69H
Certificates of deposit—
Republic Service Corp—
80
1st coll tr 5s 1951
J&D
Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv Union—

Mtge

Pass

60*

A

105

13
76 H

Rapid Transit St Ry 8s 1941-AAO

125 X
104

__

104
116 %
105 H
Ref 6s 1955
MA8
Ref 4Ha 1958—
MAS k 106 H
Oonv k deb 6Hs 52 ser A.AAO
99X
Railway A Light Securities—
97 H
Sink fund 5s ser "8" '51-MAN
97H
Sink fund 5s ser "9" '52-M&N

74

Elev

99 X

1942
MAN /
1
Lt A Pewer Oerp—
124
0s 1952 ser B..MA8
103 X
5s 1957 ser D
JAJ

San Jose Water Wks 5s 1953. JAJ
Santa Barbara Tel 5s ser B'61.
Sauda Falls Oe Ltd—
1st s f 6s 1955 ser A
AAO
Savannah Elec A Pewer Oe—

103"
105H
105H
105 X

f 5s 1908

28

Street

105

.JAD
Qneensboro Gas A El 5s '52.JAJ
s

Extl deb 0s 1953

u
ist g gi 4s 1956——.—MAN
Onion Tr;action—

101

50*

o< .wian

San Joaquin Light A Pewer—
„

100H

I '60-J&J

26
70

Market

IO5H

100

6Hs 1948—AAO

1st M A coll tr

R]

Heat Mi

8

5H
9H

99 %
105 H

6s 1938—MAS

conv

....

49H

*»»,« mua. IUUU u^i

Deb s f 7s
San Jeaquin
Unlf A ref
Unlf A ref

m

Puget Sound Power A Light—
1st A ref 5Hs 1949
JAD
lot A ref 5s 1950 ser O
MAN
1st A ref 4Hs 1950 ser D.JAD
Quebec Power Co—

Sink

Philadelphia Rapid Transit—

106 H

Public Service Co of Oklahoma—
1st mtge 5s 1901 ser O
MA8 k 104 H
102 X
First mtge 5s 1957 ser D.MAN
Public Service Elec A Gas Co—
105 X
ist A ref 4Hs 1907
JAD
105 H
1st A ref 4He 1970
—FAA
105 X
1st ref 4s 1971
AAO
Public Service
Subsidiary Corp—
98 X
Deb 5H« series A 1949
JAJ
Public Utilities Oonsoi Corp—
60
1st M 5 H« 1948
MAS

103

f

X

103 H

4Hs

Ask.

106
10

1st A ref 4 Hs 1980 ser E—JAJ
1st A ref 4 Hs 1Q81 ser V .AAO
1st lien A ref ftHs ser H '52JAJ
1st 1 & ref M

109H

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

99

1st A ref g 5s I960
1
op '21—AAO
lot A ref 5s I960 series O.MAN
I
lot A ref 4Ho 1978 oer D.MAN k

96

/

Bid.

Bonds.

j

1

AUG.,

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83

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

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.

NOTICE.

Bid.

Bonds.

Pow Oo--

Southwestern Light &
1st M 5s 1957 ser A

9534

9534

1st M o& 1957 ser

93

8934

90

90

9034

Twin States Gas & Electric—
i.HS & ref 5s Oct 1953
A&O

95

Southwestern
1st

s

F&A
B_——F&A

1st 1 & ref 5

—M&N

f 0s 1945

Light—-

6s 2022 series A
M&8
Southwestern Public Service Oo—
1st M s f 6s 1946 ser A——J&J
Deb g

100

States Telep Oo—
1948
M&S
Southwest Gas Oo—
1st tin 634s 37 with warr. M&N
Southwest Telep 6s B 1947-M&S
1st 6s series O 1947J&D
Southwestern

4834

1st M 6s

47

2

102

Standard Power & L Oorp—

:Ai'-

-M&S
M&S

1961—------J&D
Sweetwater Water 634» 62—A&O
Syracuse Gas g 6s 1W46-—-J&J

1951-J&D
F&A
-J&J
Syrac Bap Tr 1st g 5s 1946-M&S
2d mtge g 6s 1930
—.J&J
Syracuse Lighting 5s g
1st & ref 514s 1954
5s series B 1957 - -

36*

32

Kef

s

108

110

Deb

10234

102 34

102 34

10234

ft 105 34

10134

United Pub Util Corp—
Conv coll tr 6s A 1960

8334
10234

1st con M g5s

9434
98
84

86

45 X
100

M&N

1954

101

;

Terre Haute W W Oorp—

'48—M&N
Texat Elec By 6s 1947J&J
Tex Trac 1st 5s 1937 opt..J&J

Texas Cities Gas 1st 5s

10234

6

4

5

99 X
J&J
A&O fk 2134

1st 634* I960 series B—M&S
S f deb 6s ser A 1942
M&S
Texaa Pow Oorp 6s 1966—-M&S
General

634*

'

Deb g 6a 2022 ser

A

-

son Boulevard g

59

§6"

40

106
k

10234

105"

104

1st & ref 5s 1956—
M&N
Third Avenue By (New York)—
1st ref g 4s 1960 opt aft *14 J&J
AdJ incg 5s Jan lWJOopt—A&O
Third Ave RR 1st 5s g r37—J&J

5534

76

J&D

—J&J

101

n

1956--——M&S

Texas Pow & Lt 1st 6s 1937

5634

/

6s 1945—J&J

Union By 1st 5s g 1942..F&A
Westchester El 1st 5s g '43 J&J

Yonkera By 1st 5s 1946—A&O
Tide Water Power 1st 5s '79-F&A

5634
2434

2334
10134
6234

102

1st a f 7s 1955 ser

A—M&S15

Guaranteed

& Basis.

securities.

/Flat price,

60

9734

9734

9434

95

81

82
107

1
1

83

79

81

50
49
50

52
51
52

1st M

fi^s 1952
-J&J
West Virginia Water 5s A '51 F&A
Western Mass Cos—

1st M

534s 1950

J&J
M&N

2-yr 6% notes Feb 15 '33-F&A /

Western Puolic Service Oo—
1st & ref 534s 1960
F&A

-—

West Un Teleg coll tr 5s 1938. J&J

!

::
—

19

28

29

92

5
g 434s 2004
J&D
30
Albany By con M 5a g "30-J&J
25
Gen g 5s 1947
—J&D
Troy Oity By 5s g 1942—A&O
Unit Tr (PIttsb)—See Phila Oo.
United Wat G&E 5s 1941 ..M&S
100
Unterelbe Power & Light Oo—
S f M 6s 1953
A&O / 30
Utah Gas& Coke 1st 5s 1936. J&J
07
1st 8s 1936
J&J
99
Utah Lt & Tr 1st 5s 1944 A..A&U
01
Utah Power & Light Oo—
■
Deb 6s May 1 2022
M&N
80
1st 1 & gen M 5s 1944
F&A
9034
1st 1 & gen M 434s 1944—F&A
87
Utica El & P 1st 5s 1950—-J&J
H6
Utica G & El ref & ext 5s *57. J&J
121
Gen 534s 1949 ser 0—J&D16
106
Gen M 5s 1956 ser D—..A&O
106
Gen 5b 1952 series E
...J&J
106
Utilities Power & Light Oorp—
_

Oonv deb
634f ser A 1938-F&A
Vamma Water Pow 534s *57.A&O

/

Virginia Public Service Oo—
1st & ref 534« 1946 ser A..F&A

96,,

10934

89

123"
109

109
109

5034
48

1st & ref 5s 1950 ser B
J&D
1st & ref 6s series O 1952.M&S

Deb s f 6s 1946—.
F&A
Washington Bait & Ann El—
1st M 5s Mar 1941 op
M&8
Wash'n (D O) G L 5s 1960—M&N

Refunding 5s
6s

5534

m

1936

ser

1958..

B

53

56

3

4

105

ft

10534
11034

97

9234

102

103

8634

J&J
...A&O

9534
9634

9534

n

Nominal.

1st sf 534s 1947

M&N

Wisconsin Gas & Electrio—
1st g 5s 1962 opt 1919
J&D
Wisconsin Hydro-Elec Oo—
1st M 5s 1947
A&O
Wisconsin Michigan Power Oo—

J8! frfL68

15 '67-J&D16

1st M 434s 1961—
—J&J
Wisconsin Minn Light & Power—
1st & ref 5s 1944 opt '19..M&N

1947-

J&J

1st & ref 8s 1944
M&N
Wisconsin Power & Light—
1st 1 & ref 5s 1956 ser E—M&N
1st lien & ref 5s 1958 ser F J&D
1st lien & ref 5s ser G 1961. J&J
1st lien & ref 6s ser H1952 M&N
Wisconsin Pow, Light & Heat—
1st & ref 5a 1946
.J&D
Wisconsin Public Service

1st 1 & ref 6s 1952 ser A
1st & ref 534s 1958

Oorp—
A&O
J&J

1st lien & ref 534s ser O '59M&S
Wise Pub Service Oo—
1st & ref 5e. 1942

J&J

Wiscon Biv Pow 1st 5s 1941 M&N
Wise Val El 1st & ref 5s '42M&N
1st mtge 534s 1942
M&N
Wolverine Power 7s 1943.... J&D
Worcester & Oonn Eastern By—
1st s f g 434s 1943
J&j
Wyoming Vail P S 6s 1971—A&O
Yadkin Klver Pow 1st 6s '41.A&O
Yonkers By—See Third Ave By.
York (Pa) Gas 1st 5a 1941.M&N

F&A

7534

1st M 534s 1953
—....J&J
1st M 5s 1955—
M&N
1st lien & ref 6awv 1960.F&A

York Bys 1st M g 5s '37 opt. J&D

151"

99

103

104

107

10134
9934

10i34

100
87

6

8834
4934

107
36
:

36
8

8934

93

9434

105

10534
10234

10134
10434
.9534
102 X

9834
9634
10634
95

105

9634
103
99

9734

97

48

10034
30

10134
3334

100

10634
9934
10534
10334
104

10234
5534

5s Jan 1 1935
/ 9834
Wisconsin Electric Power Co—""
10534
1st M 5s 1954 ser A—..F&A

York Haven Wat&P 1st 6s'51J&D

Washington Gas & El Os—
94

M&S
I F&A

Williamsport Water Oo—
1st m 5s Aug 1952 ser
A—M*«
Winnipeg Elec ref 6s *54
A&O

Gen & ref 7s

VIcksburg Bridge & Terminal—

40

10734
10534

9134
82

10234

Virginia Pow 1st 5s 1942—J&D

107

100"

34

10

10434

40

4234

25

10434

102

634

f

10634
10934
10634

75"

73

11834

Wichita Water 6s 1949
1st M 5s 1956. ser B
1st m 5a 1960 ser O

,

4934
4734

534s 1948—-J&D

6% notes 1937
M&N
Westmoreland Water 1st 5s_. 1952
Westphalia United El Pr (Germ)
1st M ■ f 6s 1953
J&J
Whatcom Oo Ry&Lt 5s '35.M&N

Wheeling (W Va) Electrio Oo—
1st M 5e 1941 opt
M&N
White Line St By 6s 1935

.

-J&D
F&A

Fdg &REM 434s g *50—M&N
634s Aug 1 1936
F&A
25-year g 5s 1951
J&D
30-year 5s Mar 1 1960
M&S
Mat Un6s ext at 5%to'41.M&N
Western Utilities Oorp—
1st coll tr s f

30

95

M&N

Utilities Public Service Oo—
Oonv 6s 1933
J&D
Utilities Service 6s 1953 ctf dep.-

J&D

....

41

105
Western Pow (Oan) 5s 1949—J&J
Western P L & Telep—
/ 34
1st 1 coll 6s 1948 ser A
F&A
34
1st lien 6s series B 1950
A&O /

----

1947-

/

.M&N

t

g 534s
5s 1959

8134

9934

M&N

1st M 5s 1951
1st 5s series B 1950
Oonv deb 6s 1935

Western United Gas & Elec Oo—
1st 534s 1955 Ser A.—J&D
1st 5s series B 1957
—M&S

D®b
Deb

108

101

'.78

Y Utilities 5s '46-J&D
Western N Y Water Oo—

::::

1st lien 6s ser B 1953

12234

9934

F&A

Western United Oorp—
Ooll tr s f 634s 1955

United Traction (Albany)—

108

10634

106

A&O

Western States Utll 6s A *45-A&O

6s 1958M&S
Debenture 7s 1948
M&S
Va Elec & Pow 1st 5s 1955--A&O
1st & ref mtge 5s ser B *54. J&D
Sec conv 534s 1944
.J&J

10634
10034

New issues not being quoted as yet.




105*

81

7 27
48

65

ft Last sale,

A

::::

Lake Bo El 1st 5s '42—-M&S

92"

87

Toho Electric Power (Japan)—

Takya Elec Light Oo (Japan)—
1st g 6s 1953 series
J&D15
Toledo Edison 5s 1962
M&N
Tal G E & H con 1st g 6s '35- A&O
Traction & Term'l Oorp 5s '57J&J
Trenton G & El g 6s 1949--M&S
Trenton St By con g 6a '38-J&J n
General 6a. 1941
J&D n
Tren Pass By 1st ext 6s '61-A&0 n
Tri-Oities Water 634a 1942—J&D
Tri-State Telep & Tel eg—
634s 1942
M&N
1st M 5a 1942 ser B
M&N
Troy Oity By—See Un Tr (Alb)
Turner Falls Pow & El 5a A *62 J&D
23d Street By—See N
Y Bys
Twin Oity Bapld Transit Oo—
1st lien & ref 534s 1952- J&D k
St Paul Oity By—
Oable cnt 5s 1937
J&J16

ser

4% notes 1939.

Oon

87"

"71"

Texas-Louisiana Power Oo—
1st 6a 1946 series A
——J&J /

&

United Railways of Havana
Eq 734s Feb" 15 1936 —F&A 16 /
United Kys of St Louis—
Gen g 4s July 1 1934
J&J
Oity & Sub Pub Serv 5s *34. J&J
United Telep(Del)6s A 1948 A&O
United Tel & Tel 534s A1953 M&N
_

105""

10334
97

Texsa Electric Service Oo—

1st mtge 6s I960
Texas Gas Ufcil. 6s 1945

n
65 h

Baltimore Traction Oo—

9834
9434
9934

106 k

10634
12134
106 34

Western N

M&S

Cent By ext and imp 5s..1932
Extended to 1934 at 6% M&S

12234

10534
9034

f

634s'37 with war.J&D
West Va-Ohlo River Bridge—
s

No Bait Div 1st 5s *42—J&D t

7734

9834

1st M 6s 1949 ser A
J&D
1st M 5e 1956 ser B._
F&A
Texarkana W 1st 5s '58—--F&A

_lst M 5s 1957
1st

55

96

10534
10334

/
A&O f,

Income g 4s
op
Inc funding g
Bait Sparrows Pt & Ohes—
1st g gu 434s 1953
F&A

75

—-

49

West Ohio Gas 6s A 1954
West Kootenay Pow 5s Mar 1 '56West PennLiec. deb 5s 2030-A&O
West Penn Power—

M&S f
1949
'29—J&D
5a 1936
J&D i

67

-

10834

74 X

A&O /

1st consol g 4s 1949
1st con M 6s 1949

334
334

78

122

1st M 5s 1950 series G—-J&D
1st M 4s 1961 ser H
J&J
West Penn Tr 1st 5s 1960—J&D

Unit Bys & Elec (Baltimore)

7034

76

Tennessee Public Service—
1st & ref 6s 1970—-—-A&O
Tern! Hydro Elec 634* 1953-F&A
Terre Haute Traction & Light—

54%

100
55

J&J

1st lien 534a 1947 ser B
1st lien 68 1947 ser O

8834

A—J&D
& ref 6s 1956—----- J&D
Pow gu 5s 1962 opt—M&N

A&O
A&O

107

334

105

J&J

1959

Westchester Elec—see 3d av By.
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s '50.-J&D
West End St By—See Boston El
West End Trac—See Phila Oo

1st M 5s '46 op '21 ser A.M&8
1st M 5s 1963 series E
M&S

5234

.M&N

Conv coll tr 534s B 1960—J&J
United Pub Utll oa 1947 A—A&O f

5

6934

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser

_

634s 1933 with warr..

1634

10434
9734
8234
10134

1955—M&N

-

Ooll tr 6s 1942 ser A

k 107 X

M&N

fts 1975

106

West Virginia Gas Oo—

Un Lt&Rys(Del)deb 534s'52 F&A
United Power & Ligat (.Kansas)—
1st 6s series A 1944
J&J

12034
10734

11534

"

10734

F&A

Oo—

1st mtge 5s 1947 ser B—F&A
United Public Service Oo—

117

1971-J&J

g

11034

West Texas Utilities Oo—

United Lt&Rys'Me)6s A '52 A&O
deb 6s 1973.
J&J

if

10134

4834

1974
M&N
1st 1 & consol 5348 1959--A&0 ft

110

mmmm

86

ft 10534

1st mtge 434s 1958
M&N
Waterloo Oed Falls & No By—
1st M s f g 5s 1940 op '15--J&J /
Oertlfloates of deposit.
Water Service Cos 5s '42—M&S
Wacert'n L&P—See No N \ uiu.
1st 5s

United Ilium Oo New Haven—

Tenesssee Electric Power—
1st
Tenn

—

v

Waukesha Gas & Electric Oo—

4

11434

J&J

.

85

Wayne United Gas 634s '44.J&D /

Wks Oo—

Deb g 634s

1943-J&A

f 6s series A

10634

United Elec Serv (Italy)—
Extl 1st s f 7s 1956 ser A—J&D

TehneaseeEwtwn Elec Oo—
1st M 5s

Water

1st 4s Feb 1 1940
United Light & Power

6

Tampa (Fia) Gas 5%a 56--A&0
Telephone Bond & Share Oo—
Deb 6s 1958
—
J&D
iqw

3734

30

Debenture 7s 1952-—-— - J&D

K.

5734

Union

Without warrants

Taoon^-Palmyra Bridge— ^

Telephone Service (Ohio)—

72

56

56

-----

Taiwan El Pow s f 534s

107

66

54

lst lien 6s series A1948—-F&A
1st lien 6s 1948 ser B.——J&D
Standard Telephone Oo—
1st I col tr 534" *43 ser a.M&n
Oonv deb 6s 1938
M&N
Stettin Pud Utll 7s 1946—- -A&o
Stewart Mt Pr—See Salt Biv Vail
Suburban Gas Oo of Philadelphia
1st a f g 6s Apr I *62 op *07 A&O
Suburban Lt & Pow 6s 1938-F&A

1st M 6s

Ualted Elec Bys (Providence)—
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A.-.
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B

52 X

Deb g 6s 1957
——-—F&A
Standard Public Service Oorp—

Super-Power Oo of 111—
1st 4Hs 1968——
1st M 434" 1970

10034

A.M&N

First lien 5 ^4s 1951 ser

1st Hen 534s 1942.—-M&S 16
Unit Elec Oo of N J 4s '49—J&D

47 34

48

1935——A&O

6% conv notes

1st & gen 5s 1960
Water bury Gas Light Oo—

10634

mmmm.

90
89

9434

105

Ask.

ft 105

A&O

Ooll trust 534s 1941
M&S
Washington Water Power Oo—
1st ref 5s 1939 op
J&J

89

Ujigawa Elec Power (Japan)—
9334
<ml MlfTl 1945.
.M&Slfi
Union El Lt & Pow Oo of 8t
Gen 5s series A 1954
J&D ft 10534
10534
Genl mtge 5s 1967 ser B—F&a
General 5s 1957
A&O
Gen 434s 1957
M&N ft 106
Union Elec L & Pow of Illinois—
10534
1st g 534s 1954 serA—-—J&J
Uoioo Elev BR—See N W Ele*
75
Union Pub Ser (Del) 6s '39—J&D
9334
Union Pub Ser v(Miim) 5s A "58 J&D
Union
By—See Third Ave By
Union Trac—See Phila R T

5334
4934
4834
5334

49

J&D

City & Sub 5s g 1948
F&A
Washington & Suburban Cos—

Union Water Service Oo—

53

—F&A
J&D

Debenture 6s 1966—

10334

50:

A&O

g

4934
4934

107

Delaware

notes 1936....
Debenture 6s 1951

6%

49

it*

1932——-J&D
Spg Br'lc Wat 1st ret 6s '66-A&u
Springfield (Mo) Gas & Eieo Oo
/
1st mtge 5s 1967 ser A..-J&D
Springfield Terminal By 7a 1942.
Oonv deb ser A

Standard Gas & Elec of

4934

Wash By & El g 4s 1951
Anacost & Pot 5s 1949

§8**

88
86

...

993*

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

10534
10634

ms 1945 Ser A.M&P

Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pow Oo—
ist M s f 734s 1955
M&M /
Guar s f 7s 1952
F&A /

Natural Gas Go—

Southwestern Power &

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

10634

5634
9934

10634
108

92

94

105

106

10434
105

106

10534

10734

111
98
98

9734
103
103

99
99

9834
104
....

10534

10634

105

106

10534

10534

10534
10434
10334
10434
6634

26~"

10534
105

106

6734

5734

106

105,.

10734
10234

.mmmm■

\\*

♦ Negotiability impaired by maturity,

4734

t Bonds being exchanged for new

"Bait Transit Co."

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

84

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.
Bio.

Par.

Stocks.

Att,

Stocks,

Bid

Par.

Ask.

Stocks*

PUBLIC UTILITY

8TK8.

Par

72 &

Alabama Potter 17 pref-—(t)
ffl preferred...—————(U
$5 preferred
Allegheny Traction—See Phila Co
Amer Cities Pow A Light cl A.26
Class B-—...v«———j 1
-

I*

^--^r;r-£r

Amer DIsTel of
Preferred

N J com

44

86
112

—(t)

100

4 %
32%

$7 second pref series A—(

2%

Warrants...————-

-(t)
$6 preferred—-JU

Amer Gas A Elec com

105

Amer Gas A Pow $6 1st pref—(t)
American Light A Traction——26
Am«r Power A Light com——(T)
$6 preferred
-~(T)
S6

Amer Utilities

25c

96 1st preferred..—----—-(t)
Appalachian K1 Pow 7 % pref- it)
6% preferred-..—(t)
Arkansas Natural Gas Corp.—-T
Preferred.-.—————!"
Arkan A Me Pew 7% pref-—100
Arkansas Pew A Lt 97 pref-(t)
6% preferred..————it)
Associated Gas A Elec com.—-1
Common class

1

7

74

3

4
25

(96)iwef(t)

97jfirst prat.———

23
4

100

Preferred

tfttl com A— it'

96 pref with war....——
97 pref—..————-—
Bangor Hydro Elec

97

com—--21

14

100 105
90
6% preferred—.——-—-100
Baton Rouge Elec Oo 96 pf—(T)
80,
Beauharnois Power, com...—(T)
129
Bell Telephone (Canada)
100
Bell Telep of P» «4% Pf
100
llW
60
Beverly Gas A Elec—--——25
56
Birmingham Elec 97 pref—IT)
62
96 preferred————IT)
10 H
Birmingham Gas 96 pref ..... it)
105
Blackstone Yal Gas A E pref.. 100
14
Blue Ridge Corp—......—-1
ASH
93 conv preferred(T)
Boston Elevated RR com.—100
Brazilian Tr Lt A Pow ord
(t)
36
Bridgeport Gas Light.—
(f)
33
Bridgeport Hydraulic Oo—.20
244
Brit Ool Pow Oorp A
— (t) t
2%
Olass B——————— it) f
26
Broad River P«wer7% pref—100
84
Brockton Gas Light Oo vtc..-2fi
135
Brooklyn Edison.—--——100
41H
Bklyn-Manhat Transit——It)
97
96 preferred series A———(t)
2
Bklyn A Queens Transit com_( t)
7% preferred....—

6IH

,oP
58

62*

2*
68

8)
3?
34
25
29
9H
42

99

2%
22
68 H

22%
09 H

23
100 %

1H

&ratCTS^v16%^f"1—100
pfd——60

Can Hydro-El Oorp 6% 1st pf 100
Canada Nor Pow com «———(f)

Preferred————100

Marconi..—-—-1
Capital Transit cWash, D 0)100
Oarolina Pow A Light 97 pref (t)
96 preferred--IT)
Cent Arkan Pub 8erv Oorp pf 100
Cent Hud G A E com v t c—- (t)

Canadian

—100

6% preferred—

pf—100
7% preferred———.—.100
Cent 111 Pub Serv 96 pref..—(t)
Oent Indiana Power 7% pref. 100
"antral Maine Pew 0% pref—100
referred..
100
lent tfhlo Lt A Pow 6% pf— (t)
entral Pow A Light 7 % pref.100
ent Pub Serv Corp cl A.
lent Pub Utll Oorp A—...(t)
Central Illinois Light 6%

Conv stock

%
19H
82%
72%
1

04% pf (f)

14%
105
105

29%
99%

58

65
42

Engineers Pub Serv

preferred

kicage Rye partlc ctfs series 1 .
Series 2......—........... 100
Series 3....
..... 100

106H
110 H

A%
73
91

55

*294
100

734

90

Ulfnofii

8%
1

95
65

9 Last sale,

76)1
n*
54




*

Ex-dividend.

205

—. — -

188

104

ld54

96
30

31""

504

Conv pref 93.50 series

t

2%

B

1

21.75
preferred—.V—.".V—.
93.60 preferred..............
Interstate Natural

Oae......(T)

Power pref 97—it

96 preferred..............(♦)

Iowa Southern UtU. 7%
pref_.

It¥^^-8?per??,Yer

^e^"f®ri8dhi

^

A
224

M
10
474

*

..........

/+)

100
prefi.100
Kentucky Utnitle.. 6% ptef-100
7% preferred—.
....100
Keystone Pub Serv 92^0 pref..t
Keystone Telephone—

3%
150%

i%
10 4

SUUBW A (f)

B_„.l7..lt

24

3

134

870*
a

•

lutnnitate

89

25

(t)
96 iweferred
International Ry y | c_.
..101
International Telep A Teleg
(t;
international Utilities A

r

6

......50

Internal Ocean Teleg (guar)..10L
internst Power Securities
earn,

94 preference..............go

20

624
25
84
69

664
118

"14
95
103

704
30

46
16

Kings Oo Litg 7% pref.......loo
5% preferred..—...
..100

97
804

224
384

4

Laclede Gas Light..—100
5% preferred.....
....100
Lake bup Dlst Pow 7% pref..100
Lawrence Gas A Elec Lt ......25

4

Lincoln

934

81

10%
69%
59%

Telep A Teleg com..100
Lindsay Lt.—See "Indus. Stocks"
Lockhart Power Oo pref—......
Lone Star Gas "oro.......... (t)
6% conv preferred... ....100
.

18%
67

34
37

...*—100

0% preferred.......

40

185
64
27
24
21
k
36
t
18

04% preferred

Lang island iAgntlng com
m
7% preferred.*..*..i,.....ioo

86
36

..

100

Lee Angeles GAB Csrp, 6% pf 100
Louisiana Power A Light 2o pf (T)
Louisv Gas A Elec com cl A—ft)

58
32

&

Louisville

Railway Co

81
47

98
95

1034
54
76
65

106
84
184

100

23

Preferred....
100
Lowell Electric Light.........26
Lynn Gas Sr Elec Go..
26

Mackay Companies 4 % pref—100

7

IV*

Maiden Electric Co..
——.25
Maiden A Melrose Gas Lt
25

98
21

Manhattan Elev Ry 7% guar 100
Modified 6% guar........l00
Maroon Ink Marine Oommani—

324

....

68

Jk*
37
374
384

Ameridejp rets for ord shs

%
T.
27

li*

80

£1 k

t Without par value.

108

112

,

6% preferred.............100
6% prior pre(erred........l00
6% non-cum 2d preferred.. 100
Mass Power A Light Associat'n—

§5"

19

194

8

M«S«»«S

Marconi Wire—See Can Maroon
Market St Ry 'San Franciscoj.iuu

1

1^

24
94
24

30c
10e

Common with

warrants.....
Common without warrants...

Preferred--————
Warrants.................*
Mass Utilities Associates r 9 c—
6% oonv partlc preferred...50

Canadian price.

t

0
....

Indiana Service Corn.—

.......

7J

v

"%

96

4l^

FedStAPleasantVal—SeePhQaOo

r

3H
47

49%

Jamaica Water Supp 7 % %"pf.".50
Jefferson Electric com-.
-.(T)
644 Jersey Oent Pow A Lt 7% pref 100
6% preferred
80c
l(X)
5% % preferred...........100
94
Kansas City Power A Light—
4
1st pref 96 series
14
Rwwaa City Pub Serv
com..—(t)
7% preferre
70"*
....(Tj

0 0

fit Nominal.

46

94
72

Preferred

QWc

70

North
UtUIt1es"0%preflO(
ilium A Power Secur 1st
pref.100

UlSBS

1074
1124

4

3%
47%

294
34

294

*

m

52
85

Uluminating Shares class A......

1134
1134

—.100

Series 4....—

ft)

1064
844

96 preferred—
(T)
188
Eseez A Hudson Gas——100
6}
European Else class A—.....10
Option warrants........—..
Fairm't Pk A Hadd Pass Ry—See Phila R
50
Fall River Elec Light..
26
25
Fall River Gas Works
—26
Federal LtghtA Tr com
.15
li*
Preferred! 96) —— —IT)
78

Pub Ser 96 pf—it)
pref. 100

Pf6'——..100
preferred......

1054

(t)

96H pref (with warrants)..(T)

tkfo City A Con com part ctfs.(t)
Pref partlcctfi.CT)
Otfs of deposit
———
bile Dlst Elec General 96 pref (T)

8®® PhflaRT.

106
94

Empire Power Oorp partlc stk.(t)
96 preferred-;
(T)

40

ties A Poto Tele of Bait

49%

4

$5 convertible

5^?!% ¥

;

Gas.........iou

23%
19%
%

125i

82

53

^"^eCounty Power.*..—lOu
Water
Hudson

119

Internal Hydro-El
Syst A

106
107

—

115

1

188

187)4

At*
106

i——i
Vot trust ctfk common
...—l
utll com

3%

com...—"""

105

r

filer

64 % preferred.——.100
0% preferred—..——-100

74

42

26

......

0% preferred
ioi
(ndianap Pow A Lt 64% nreflM
Indianapolis By Oo vtc.—.10(»
interboroB T vot trust ctfs..l(K

95 jweferred.———it)
Elec Power Association mmmmmrn+mX
Class A foil paid —.....—..1

El Paso Electric Oo (Del)
Preferred series A 7 %—100
464 Ells A Trenton RR com—....50
Preferred. ....—————50
56
Eliz Consolidated Gas
...100
60
ninpire A Bay State Teleg
lOh
Empire District Elec 6 % pf—100
43*
Empire Gas A Fuel Oo pr 13%.100
Preferred 7%
-100
%

105""

08""

Kansas Elec Pow 7%
pref.
Kansas Gas A Elec 7%

(t)

81

50
84
80

.26
26

0% preferred—
"Tnn
Haverhill Elec Light.TITI""" 26

_

(t)

94

724

—

52
48

Corp—

....

70
100

*( t)

c

——

52""

113

79

Preferred——————(t)
Prior lien pref—
—(t)
antral States Else Corp.—.1
f % preferred—..——100
6% cum pref (without warr) .100
antral States Pow A L 97 pf (t)
mt Vermont

cumpreflOO

dlson Else Blum (Boston)..100
lectrleal Securities, 6% pref. loo
lectric Bond A Share
—(T)
96 preferred—.—
(+)

■

sot A s W

113
113

6% 1st pref stamped
.*100
6% prer B stock--.
-.100
5% adjustment stock-.—.100

Eastern U til Assoc com
astern

21%

0010

0% 1st

Eastern Mass St Ry com—.100

Eastern N J Pow 6%
East Shore Pub Serv

30%
80%

90°prSS^ Lt*6%

97 pref without warrants...it)
96 preferred eeriee B—(•)

104

—

~

Common...:.—.........(t)
6% preferred
.........100
4)4% prior preferred......100

84

..1

Preferred
Havana Elec Ry

56
84

Eastern States Oorp com B__.(f)

49
94 H
68
45

20

41

Duqueene Light—See PhOa CoEast Coast Public Service v t C—
Eastern Gas A Fuel Asaoc's—

Name changed to

A$

r

......

84

28%

54
83

40
88
110 H

100
...100

4*

84

Green A Coatee—See Phila R
T.
Green Mt Pow Oorp
90 pref—(f)
Greenwich Water A Gas
0% pf.100

IK*
40

72H

Detroit Edison
Duke Pawer

15

51

(ft

Hamilton Gas common v t
Hartford Electric Light..

1

%
19

102
48
51
47
3
113 H
117

...100

Eastern States Power

95
49

OaW
Canadian Gen Elec 7 %

13

Continental Gas A Electric—

6% preferred
(T)
Dayton Pow A Light 6% pref 100
Denver Tramway pref..—.100
Derby Gas A Eiee 97 pref
tt)

3

524

Oontinen Pase Ry—See Phila R T
Cuban Telephone pref .—...100
Cumberland Oo(Me)P A Lt pf 100
Dallas Power A Light 7% pref 100

7% prior preferred

124

33

.....100

...100
5)4% pra/s/red series E
100
5% preferred series A......100
Consolidated Gas (N Y) com—(t)
108
95 preferred...........
(V
92
Cons Trac of N J—See P 8 Oorp
Cons Trac (Pltteb)—See Phila Co
Consumers Gas (Toronto)
100
130
Consumers Pr (Maine) pf 6%. 100
117 H
6.6% preferred—..—100
95 preferred..
........(T)

21H
67 H

96 preferred————(T)
Brooklyn Union Gas———(f)
Buffalo Niagara A East Power
91.60 prior preferred——25
95 first pref-...———(t)
Cable A Wireless, Ltd
^
Amer dep rec 7H % A ord-.1
Amer deprec Bord--——-*i
Amer deposit rets 54 % preT JB3L

814
14

12

6% cum jwvf series D

96 pref.—it,

99
98

15

50

53

Gloucester Elec Lt Oo
25
Gold A Stock
Telep (guar)... 100

62%

.(T)

Cons Gas E L A P (Bait)..... < f >

(t
it,

Atlantic City Elec,

68

Common...................
Conn Lt A Pow 5)4% pref..—100
64% preferred—........ 100
Connecticut Power.... .......26
Connecticut Ry A Lighting
100

22

42

-

?{)
({)

com A

O O^
&

Georgia Power 96 preferred" * (t>
Germantown Pass—See Phila RT

64%

Connecticut Elec Serv com.—(t)
Conn Gas A Coke Sec pref......

3

preferred--------——
allot ctfs.------- ;
Oo Ltd 91.50 pf--(t)

Wat Gas A Elec
14 preferred.

8%

Common

3

'

(t)

7 % .preferred..

_

1%

rn.mm.mi

mmmm

l—l

—.—(+)

preferred......

Gen

70

7% preferred.............(T)
Concord Elec Co 6% pref

3

8 Int bear

Associated Telep

99

First preferred 6%—
1U0
Community Water Ser com.....]

3

96 preferred....
5%

Community Power A Light-

"li
3H

Assoc Telep

AssoclatedTelpA Teleg

^

12
98
96 H
80 H

Optional warrants....
96 preferred........

90

Preferred 7%-.—...„_(
Preferred 8%..::::::::::;
86 cum conv pref eer A.
(
90 conv pref ser B
(
Gen Italian Edison Elec

General Pub Util common

Commonwealth A Sou Oorp comt

•44

A—...—.$1/

234

*

_

*..«

45

118

Oorp—
Amer shs for
ordinary stock.
Gen Public Service
Oorp
..ft)

_

984

Original preferred——— ~
94 preferred————
95 preferred..***———
preferred.—
64 preferred-----

17
25

7% preferred
...
...100
Columbus Ry PAL 1st pf A 6%10C
Preferred eer B 6)4 %
100
Commonwealth-Edison Co...100

100

18
51
37

40

......

6% preferred series A*...—100
5% preferred—1 Of
5% conv preferred..
.100
Columbus Delaware A Marion

124
69%

com—(t)

20

21

Oolum G A E) Oorp (Del) com
(f)

130 %

44

Amer Wat Wks A Jfilec

15

18

Gen Elec Ltd see Miso Stocks
Gen Gas A Elec (Dei) com A
-(

2

14

6%t preferred..—........ido

■20 4

Service common..

164

Cleveland Railway..........100
Certificates of deposit..
...
Coast Oo Gas A El 1st pref...100

ai*
64

6% preferred

.

Preferred ——.—.100
Oleve Elec Ilium common —(f)

28%

„

...

44
844
14

18"

17
17
17
48
36
86

preferred....
———.(t)
964 preferred—.........-it)
97 preferred
—(t>
924 Fitch burg Gas A Elec Light—.50
Florida Power A Lt 97 pref.
95
(T)
85
foreign Light A Power units. (T)
441 FrankTd A S'thwark—seePhilaRT
Franklin Telegraph (guar)—lOO
85
14 Gardner Elec Lt pref—
100
Gas A Elec of
17
Bergeu County .100

Oi£ Ry (Dayton. Ohio)—*100

44
33 %

Amer Super ower

874
87
76

A$k,

A .(t>

com

96

4

994

Oltisens Traction—See FhtlaOo.

ifH

preferred.—....———<t)
Corp com -.(T)
First 96 preferred..———IT)
Preferred 96 series--—-—--(t)
American Telep A Teleg——100
:

4
99

Preferred BB
100
Cities Serv Pr A Lt 96 pf——it)
7% prrferred..-?— ....f(i6
Citiiens Pass Ry—See Phil R T

M

—-C1

—

Hvtor preferred A....—.10(1
Prior preferred B
100
Cincinnati G*» ac Electric pref KM)
Cincinnati Gas Transp
100
Cine New A Gov Lt A Trac—100

Preferred
100
Cincinnati Street Ry
50
llnctn A Suburb Bell
Telep—60
Cities Service com........
t
Preferred
100
Preferred B......1—-II. 10

34

Amer A Foreign Pow cem——*(f
$7 Preferred.--————(

$6 cum pref

63 H

Bid.

Par.

Ffideral Water Service

Chicago Rapid Transit

50c

20

2l""

20

in
20

27

(

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

4

Memphis Natural Qas
(t
Memphis po* er 4c Light 7% Put
Metropolitan Edison Co—
87 preferred series ~
$6 preferred series
Middle Wen Utilities
96 cum pref without
,
Midland Utll 7% prlsr lien...100
• % prio lien
.......100
7% preferred class A.......100
8% preferred class A
100
Mllw. Elec. By. A Light—
6% pref. series 1021...-—100
Minnesota Pow A Lt 7% pf—100

Montreal Tramways. csm....l00
Mountain States Power. csm.(t)
7% Preferred
...100
Mountain States

97

118
92

100

Penn Central Lt 4ePow96 pref(t)

92.80 preferred

——...(f)

Warrants B

72 x
65 x

71x
64

47

45x
5

71

6x
73

35

36

21H

22x
31x

31

r

55
94

r

1

2x

24
122

26
124

41

43

9x

9x

72

73

110x

111x

43

46

54X

prer.j

Pennsylvania Pow 6c Lt 97 pf-(t)

(f)

96 preferred
(t)
Pennsylvania Water 6c Pow._(t)
People's G L 8c O (Chic)
l6o
Phlla City Pass—See Phlla B T.

Monongahela Lt 6c Pr—60
Monongahela St By—.
.60
Phlla 6c Darby—See Phila B T.
Phlla 6c Grays—See Phlla B T.
Philadelphia Elec Co com....ft)
—

.——.—(f)

Phila Elec Power 8% pref——25

112

mmmm

Philadelphia Bapid Transit
60
7% preferred
—60
Citizens Passenger guar——60
Contlnen Pass By (929 pd)—60

'75

43

43 x

7X

43

68

70

10

14

25"

12X
114

35
113

34x

36

113x
34 x
2

3x
72
: 30

3x
77

97

5

8

8

11

40

45

8

21

11
24

68
102

601

Traction

50;
60
60

Bidge Ave Pass (929 pd)
2d A 3d Sts By guar
13th A 16th Sts Pass By
Union Pass (930 6-6 pd)

45

13

14x

63

67

62

66
66
47

60

62

60

42

Union Traction (917)4 pd)—60
West Phlla Pass guar
60,

3x
45

50

Phlla Traction—See Phlla B T.
Piedmont A Northern By
100
Portland Gas A Coke, 7% pf—100
Postal Teleg A Cable 7% pf.100

39
40

45

94

.100
Potomac Elec Pow 8% pref—100
6 X %preferred
100

5x

96
111

7% preferred

96

7

13#

8x
14 x
102

100
-100

95

100

83

86

(Public Serv of Ind prior pf—-(t)
36 preferred
—it)

20

6% preferred
6% preferred

(f)
...(f)
100
100

Public Serv. Oo. of N.H, 96
pl-(tj
Public Serv Corp of N J———(t)
8% preferred
100
7% preferred..———100
...

19 x

118x

100

109

(t)
Consolidated Trac of N J—100
Bapid Transit St By Co...100
So Jersey Gas A Elec Trac—100
Public Service Co of Nor 111— 60

SIX

99

6% preferred
35 preferred

92

Northwest Electric 6% pref..100
Preferred 7 %
100
North West Utll 7% pref.
100
7% prior lien.............100
Northwest Bell Telep 6Xt pi. 100
Northwestern Teleg (guar)....60
Ohio Edison 96 pref.........(f)
97 preferred
.....(f)
Ohio Power 6% pref
100
Ohio Public Serv pref A (7%).inr
6% preferred
.100
Oklahoma Qas 6c Elec 7% pf—100
Okla Nat Gas Corp com. —(t)
Preferred
100
Omaha 6c Council Bluffs Hallway

99 x

39 x
133

Common

(t)
8% preferred.——.——100
7% preferred...
100
Public Service of Okla 7 % pref 100
6% preferred
..100
Pub Serv El A G 95 pref
(t)
........——

Puget 8d Pr A Lt 98 pref
(t)
35 prior preterred—
(t)
Quebec Power common..
(t)
Queens Borough GasAE16%pfl00
Radio Oorp of Amer
—(t)
7% cum pref A—
——50
6%_cumj>ref B
(t)
Rap Tran St By—See P 8 Corp.
Rhine-Westphalia Elec Power—
Amer shares representing com.
Rhode Ial Pub Serv pref
(t)
Class A
<t)

43
95 x

102
108

»3X
95
-

3

15m

6c Bridge 4% cum pref.....100
Ottawa Light Heat A Pew
1001 r

preferred (8%)
..26
(6)4%)
26
Pacific Lighting Corp com
(f)
Preferred (98)
.....(t>
Pacific Pow 6c L17% pref
100
Pacific Pub Service—
First preferred

99 x
43

108
90

82

111
14

31
12

62

39 x
40

103 x
110
92 x
83 x

113
15

31x
20
63

6X

6

53 x

54

63 x

63

Preferred
San Joaquin Lt A Power—

—100,

13 X

17X

29x

30

49
24
44

9x

105
102
102
10

105

20c

ix
17
107 x

21"

7 % prior preferred ........100

109x

111

6% prior preferred
.....100
Savannah El A Pew 6% pref.100




n

103 x
40

104

Nominal,

r

Canadian pries.

x

25

27 x

"45c

11x
o

50

South A Atlan

Teleg (guar)
25
Southern Indiana G A fi 6%pf 100
7% preferred
..100
Southern Nat Gas Corp...
(t) *

22""

19
88

89x

94

x

121
Southern New Eng Telep..—100
Southern Union Gas com...—(t) *
So Jer G El A Tr—See P S Corn-

Telep pref.100
7 % pf.100

3

19x
23 x
25 x
27 x
27

'W

.100

125*"
x

123 x
•

89
7
44

Springfield Gas A Elec pref
t
Springfield (Masi.) G L Co vtc 25
Free stock
25

80
19

Sprlngf (Mass) St By Cos pf..l00
Standard Gas A Elec com..
(f)
17 cum prior pref
(t)
14 cum preferred..—.......
16 cum prior pref

22

—.....

Standard Pow
Class B

A

Lt

19

4x
16x

it*
IH

com

..........

Preferred
Swiss American Elec pref
...

100

Syracuse Ltg 0% preferred.. 10U
0X% preferred
100
8% preferred
100
Tampa Elec Co...
(t)
Tennessee El Pow 1st pi

(7%) 100
7.2% 1st preferred........100
1st preferred (0%)
100
5% cum 1st preferred—
100
Texas Power A Light 7% pref_100
6% preferred
(t)
Third Avenue By (N Y)._
.100
13th A 15th St—See Phila R T
Tidewater Power 6% pref
(t)
Toledo-Edison pref a (7%>__lou

14x
54x
100
102
113
34
72
65
62
53
93 x

87

3x
vr'

«74
103

0% preferred...
.—..100
5% preferred
100
Trl-State Telep A Teleg
(t)
Preferred
—10

97
89

3
22 x

(t)

.100

90

10x

Twin States Gas A Electric®

100

102

Union El L A Pow (111) 0% pref..
Un El L A Pow (Mo) 0% pf—100

106

7% prior lien

7% preferred

100

Union Gas (Canada)
—...(t)
Union Pass—See Phlla R T
Union St By (New Bedford)..100

105

111
4

6x

Union Traction—See Phlla B T
United Corp
...(t)

S3 cumulative preferred

(f;

Warrants.
United Gas A Elec(Conn)pref 100
United Gas A El of NJ 5% pf.100
United Gas Corp com .......(1)
$7 pref series A
......—ft)
Warrants

....

United Gas A Impt

vot
(
pref (non-vot)
(
United 111 Oo of New Haven.. (
United Lt A Pr com A...
(

85

cum

Common

B_.

(

0% cum. 1st pref
.(t)
United Pub Util common.... (t)

6%

I({)

preferred

Utah Power A Light—

87 preferred
.(+}
Utica Gas A Electric 7% pref 100
86 preferred
....—.(+)
Utilities Power A Lt

Non-voting

Ol A...—.1

common

Ex-dividend.

—(f)

.........1

aatfc-—100
86 preferred
(
Virginia Pub 8erv 7% pref....1
6% preferred
—.100
Washington (D O) Gas
20
Wash (D O) By A El com
100
Preferred

100

Washington Wat Pow 0% pf—(t)
Western Massachusetts Cos..(f)
Western Power Oo 87 pref—.100

40

Western Union Telegraph
100
West Penn Elec Oo Class A— (t)

42%
70

—lut

82

100

69

West Penn Power 7% pref—.100
0% preferred
100
West Phlla Pass—Soo Phila B T.
West Texas Utilities 80 pref— (f)

120

Winnipeg Elec Co....
Preferred

,

k Last sale.

26

Preferred

7% cum preferred
0% cum pref—

100
98 X

1st preferred

f Without par value

5X% preferred series C....26
0% preferred series B......25
7% preferred series A
25
Sou Calif Gas Co 6% pref.....25
Southern Canada Power
(t)

Class B vtc.—

100

77
95

.

no

86X vreit——.100
Rockland Light A Power
10
Rockvllle-W 111 Lighting Oo—
I
7% preferred

Common
.......
...._(t)
7% Preferred
.....
(t)
Sangamo Electric com.......(f)

First

38x
39
100

103 X
100

6% preferred

OttawaTractlen ...........100
Pacific 6c Atlantic Tel (gu)
25
Pacific Gas 6c Electric
.....26

122 x
110

188

Preferred
50
Rochester G A E 7% pref B—100
8% Dreferred series O .....100
8 % preferred aeries D
100

9t Louis
County Water pref.100
St Louis Pub Serv—

l0C|r

141

108

Rooh Telep

98

JL

Ridge Ave Pass—See Phlla B T.
Riverside Traction......
50

40

ix
19x
23 x

25

South Calif Edison common

7% preferred

114

99

(t)

A—(f)

6
mmmm

Lt—

Twin City Rapid Transit

41

5x

pref.100

Potomac Edison Co 6%

A

Southwestern Lt A Pr com A. .(t)
Preferred
(t)

37

Gray's Fy (926 pd)

Pr

Southwestern Gas A El

32
40

Philadelphia

Southeastern

Southwestern Bell

6
43

20

35
18

NY Steam Oo—

Niagara 6c Hudson Pow ...... 10
Option warrants A.*—
Option warrants B..—.......
North American Co com m
t)|
6% preferred....
...
60
Nsrth Amer Edison 96 pref—(t)
Nor Amer Qas 6c Elec A—...(f)
Nsrth Amer Light 6c Pow .
1
96 preferred........—...(f)
Nsr Amer Utility Seo—Oom_(f)
Nor Boot Ltg Prop com ......(f)
Preferred
——100
North Continent Utll com..—100
8% preferred
—.—100
7% preferred
100
Nor Indiana Pub Ser 6% pf— loo
7% preferred
100
oX % preferred
......100
Northern N Y Utll pref
100
Nor States Power (Del) com.. 100
7% preferred
100
8% preferred
100

Ji*
64

14

Phil 6c

T'

Southern Col Pow com A

Phlla City Pass By (922 M pd)50j
Phlla 6c Darby Pass By
60,

..............(f)
6% preferred
—100

...

90

74X

92

Falrm't Pk 6c H&ddlng'n.—60
Frandf'd 6c Southward Pass.60

Common..

Common non-voting

56*
105
100

German town Passenger
60
Green 6c Ooates Sts (916 pd).60
Hestonville M 6c F com.....60
Preferred
60

29

7% preferred
(t)
New Rochelle Water 6% pf—100
N Y Mutual Telegraph
26
N Y Power 6c Light Oorp 96 pf It)
7% preferred
100
New York Railways Corp—
97 non-euro preferred
(t)
Preferred stamped.........
N Y 6c Queens El L 6c t—

Preferred

103
98
88

42

105
10c

Somerset Un A Middlesex Lt.100

Ask.

114

52^

Warrants

41

96 cum pref
.... ... — (t)
Allegheny Traction—.—60
Citizens Traction—
—.60
Consolidated Trac pref..—60
Duquesne Light 6% 1st pf.100
Federal St 6c Pleasant Val—25

95 preferred

119

112
pref——(f)
Scranton-Sprlng Brook
41
Water Service 6% pf—
—(t)
Second Ave RB Corp (N Y)— (t)
k
Sedaiia Water pref
100
2nd A 3rd Sts By—See Phlla B T
Shawlnlgan Water A Fewer __(tJ
Sioux City Gas A El 7% pf—100
92
Sierra Pac Elec pref
—100
Southeastern Gas A Water

75

63

r

Bid.

Stocks,
Scran ton Electric S0

...

$6 Dreferred

103

101

New Haven Water
60
N J 6c Hud Biv By 6c Fer pref.100
New Jersey Pow 6c Lt 96 pref (t)
New Orleans Public Service—

_

66x
39x

13

preferred..........
$6 preferred
96 prior pref
....
New England Telep 6c Teleg—10L
N Eng Wat LAP Asso 6% pf.100

|7 preferred ser A

96
68
40 x

73

97

96 dividend pref
N Y Telephone 6H% pref
N Y Water Serv 6% pref.

12x

93

2

73

...100
100

.........

95

11

Warrants

New Brunswick Light—
Heat 6c Power
....100
New Eng Qas 6c El Assn—
96X preferred stamped—(f)
New Eng Pow Assn com
(t)
6% preferred—
100
New England Power. Oo. prel 10t
New England Pub Serv com—
97 prior preferred—.—...'

Common

134x

Penn-Ohio Edison—

(t^

Preferred

133x

100

Pawtucket Gas pref....—...100
Peninsular Telep Ce com—.. (t)

month preceding the date of Issue.

Ask.

112

100
.

Preferred

pref. 100

Newark Consolidated Qas

Bid.

Pacific Telep 6c Teleg..—....100

6% preferred

105
98

102

Tel A Tel...100

96 preferred

83

Pari

Stocks.

Paterson 6c Passaic Gas 6c El

Nassau 6c Suffolk 7 % pref—100
National Power 6c Light com..(fj
Nebraska Power, 7 % 1st
Nev&da-Oailf Electric—

4M

81X

100

preferred

Miss Power & Light 6 % pref — (f)
Mississippi Biv Pow 6% pref. 100
Missouri Pub Her 7% prel
100
Mohawk-Hudson Power lstprf(t)
Second preferred
(t;
Monongahela L 6c P—See PhllaOo
Monongahela St By—See PhllaOo
Monon-West Penn P 8 7% pf-25
Montreal L H 6c Pow. Cons.(t)
Montreal Telegraph
40

Ask.

Bid.

Pm

Stocks

96 cum

85

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

AUG., 1935]

(t)

7% preferred

46
2

l(Jc

Wisconsin Power A Light 0%pflOO

100

Wtaorosin Pub Ser Oorp7%pf 100

6X% preferred..—.........
Wisconsin Telep 7% pref..
100
York (Pa) Railways Preferred.60

48j
50 j
62

58

-

"Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities" we include all issues which do not appear
headings* namely "Railroads" 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 "Industrial and Miscellaneous."
Under the heading

under the previous two

marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and interest" except where
Quotations for all

securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Bid.

Bonds.

INDUSTRIAL AND
,
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
105
Abbotts Dairies deb 6s 1942_M&Si
Abitibi Pow & Paper—
1st M fis 1953 ser A..
—J&D ♦/28M
Certificates of deposit...... / 27
„

Abranaiu & atraus ino—

Deb5M« 1943 with

„

„

^

102 M
103
98 M
94 X

warr—A&O

Acadia Sugar 6s 1946-------J&J
Adams Exp coll tr g 4s 48-M&S
Coll tr g 4s 1947
J&D

Addressograph-Multigraph Corp
3s-3Ms-4s 1936-1938
A&O
4Hs April 1 1939
---5s-5M» 1940-1942
A&O
5Xs April 1 1943-1945-----Advance Bag & Paper 6a '52-J&D
Aeolian Co 6s 1937-

102 n
98 M
95 X
101

101X

102M

102
68

103
70
53

48
45

45X
77

J&J

Aigoma Steel 1st 5s 1962
A&O,
19*
30
Allied Packers deb 6s 1939—J&J /
1 st M & coll tr 8s 1939
TAi / 30
93 X
Allied St's Corp deb 4Ms *50 A&O
sulis-Ohalmers Mfg Us—
101X
Deb gold 5s 1937
M&N
Alpine Montan Steel Oorp—
1st sf 7s 1955
M&S/ 91M
Aluminum Co debs 5s 1952-M&S
107 %
5s called 1952
105 X
Aluminum Liu a f debt An 48..I&J
102

46 X
80
12

9434

Oyanamld deb 5w 1942. A&o

192 M
/ 26 X

45
45

103
102 M

98 X

99

25

26

103

103M

104M

American Rolling Mill—

Sinking fund deb 5» 1948....J&J

99 M

99M

10-yr conv deb 4 Ms 1945- - M&S

109
102 X

109M

95X

96M

Amer Sales Book 6a 1939—A&O

Amer Seating conv 6s 1936—J&J
Amer Service 6s A w w 1944—J&J
Amer Smelt & Ref 5s 1947
A&O
Am Tobacco deb 4a 1951--F&A
6s 1944

9

100M

106
120
Amer Type V drs deb g 6s '37-M&N / 38
Deb gold 6s 1939
M&N / 38

Deb gold 6s 1940 ctfs
A&O /
Amer Wire Fabrics 1st /s "42M&8
Amer Writ Paper 1st 0s 1947
Certificates of deposit

Amoskeag Mfg 6s i948

39

..J&J

9M
100 X

15X

41M
107 M

72"

Baldwin Locomotive Works—

6s with warrants 1938......... /

/

59 M
56M

33 M
118

94

9354
88 M
88 M

87

t

If*

90

59

66 %
91

90

92
85

111M

.7M

63

Consumers Oo 1st 0s 1940___J&J

37

17
17

Container Oorp 1st

40-J&D15

103

1943 with warr
J&D
Continental Roll & Steel Fdy—
1st M oonv » f 6s 1940..
J&D

92

111M
103 M
66

i

27 M
——

lux
35 M

__

Copley Press 5Ms 1943—.F&A
Corporation Secur'We* On—
5% serial notes to 1935—M&S
Cos grove Meehan Coal 9 Ms -1945
Crane Co 5% notes 1940—.F&A

66
'

.

■

mmmm

mmmm'

10d'i
25
45
15

/

103
6s series B 1941
Federal Sugar Ret 6s 1933—M&N */
1
Flat s f deb 7s 1946
J&J
Finland Residential Mtge Bank
k
99
a f 6s stamped
1961
M&S
104
Firestone Cotton Mills 6s "48M&S
104 M

Flour Mills of America Inc—
Oonv g 0M% notes 1940.A&<

27

"2"
82 M

—

84M

75

100M

J 18*
103M

85M

44

Follansbee Bros 5s 1947—.J&D /
Foreign Power Secur Oorp—

47

Fox Film Oorp deb 6s 1938&A&0

73
102 M

Framerlcan Ind & Dev Corp—
Deb 7Ms 1942
J&J

107 X

1st col tr

conv

6s 1949

ser

AJ&I)

Francisco Bug 7M" 1942-M&ND
Franklin Oo Coal 7s 1951—
J&J
Fraser Co 6s Jan 1 1950—

ftOX

French Nat Mail SS Lines 6s '52
Frick-Reid Supply 6s 1943 -J&D
Gair (Robt) Income notes 6s 1972
Gannett Oo deb 6s '43

103 X
105

103M
108
35

144

43

98
94

A.F&A
Garleck Pack Co deb 6s '39.A&0
ser

96"*
104

Gelsenklrchen Mining Oo—

6-yr 6% notes 1934

101M

M&S ♦/55M

63

General American Investors Inc—
Deb 5» 1952 ex warr

103

F&A

104

General Amer Tank Oar Oorp—

102 X
F&A
102
J&D
Gen Amer Transports System—
Eq tr 4Mb 1936-'46 (yr). M&S S 102

Equip 4 Ms 1942.
Eq tr 4Ms 1936-45

82

94

43
36M
86%

17,

6s

nn

10

Players Canada Oorp—
1st s f 6s 1948 ser A-„_._A&(>
20-year deb 6 Ms 1948—A&O
Farmers Mfg Oo 7s 1943
M&3 f

Gen'l Elec 3 Ms 1942 opt—-F&*
Gen Elec (Germany)7a'45-J&J16
Deb 0Ms 1940
J&D

_-

28
28

k 104
F&A

"§M

J&J

99
98
v

/*49M

General Bronxe deb 0s 194QM&N
General Cable Oorp—

/

36

53

J&J f

15M

25-yr M inc 5s 1960

5s

Finishing Oorp—

13

Oensol Coal 4 Ms 1934 opt-.M&N /

Deb

M&P

•

67

Evans Auto Load'g deb 6s'38F&A t 102
74
Everlastik, Inc 1st 7s 1937-M&N

11

1st & ref s f g 5s 1950 — J&D f
f
Certificates of deposit

90

90M
90M

88

7M*Gxt<stmplO%pd)1939J&J

Bay way Terminal—
1st m 6 Ms 1940
J&J
i;
Certificates of deposit..
15K
Beattie Sugar 7Ms 1943
f
J&D./
Bedford Pulp & Paper 6Ms 1942—
92
Beech Creek C & O 5s <*4—J&D
Beneficial Indus Lean Oorp—
i
Oanv deb 6s 1946
M&S
ink
Beneficial Lean Soc 6s B 1939 Q-J
104M
6s profit share deb 1956—Q-J
Berkey & Gay Furn 6s
1941 f 64

25
25
4

F&A /

14

Consol Textile 1st 8s 1941 ..J&D

14 M
89

98
97

/

Consol Paper Corp 5Ms 1961
Oonsel Publishers, Inc—

eoo

Baragua Sugar Estates—
Non-cum inc deb 6s *47— J&J
Batavlan Petrol 4Mbgu 1942 J&J
Bates Valve Bag Oorp—
Deb 6s x-warr 1942
F&A

Equip trust 4 Ms Mar 1 '36-'37
Equip trust 4Ms June 1 '37-'40_
Elk Horn Coal lsc6Ms 1931-J&D /
7% notes 1931—
.J&.O /
/
Empire Lumber 6s 1945

-J&D /

Consol Mach Tool 7» 1942

58

103 X

33

Firestone Tire & Rub of Calif—
8 f 5s 1942
_M&S

Oommers-und Prlvat-Bk(Germ'y)
5 M % notes'37 (Am part ctf)M& N / 31
Commonwealth Subsidiary Oorp101
Deb g 5 Ms 1948 aer A. M&S
102 M
Conley Tank Oar eq 5M« 1935-39
104
Connecticut Coke 6« 1948-_ M&S
Connor Lumb & Land 6s '41 M&N / 45
Consolidated Laundries—
79
6M % notes April 15 1936-A&O

60 M

103

M&N

95"

92

First Bohemian—See Boh G1 Wks

Clover Valley Lumber 6s to 1940. /
Collateral Bankers. Ino—
|

Oolo Indus 1st 5s A & B 1934 F&A */ 27M
Osmmander-Larabee Oorp—

44M

5s 1940

96

Col Fuel & Iron s f 5s 1943..F&A /

40 X
1959
J&J
Atlanta Laundries 6 Ms w w 1943- f 10
Atlantic Ref in deb 5b 1937--J&J
107M
Atlas Plywood Oorp—
Oonv deb 5Mb 1943
M&N / 80 M
Autocar Oo. 1st 7s 1937
M&N
69M

g

9V*

101x
68M

Coll tr g 5s Jan 1

37

103

87 M

Fay (J A) & Egan 6s 1943
Federal-Hygienic Ice Refrig—

110

A&O

103 %

43 M

105M

101M

108 X
105

101

Comm'l Invest Trust Corp—
Oonv deb 5Ms 1949
F&A

100

*/13

Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s '63A&U 1

101M

101M

66X

99 M

105M

109

J&J /
—.J&J f

103 M

104 X

Famous

\04X

.

62 M

s*
26

/

10

A&O

1st mtge 6s 1941
7% notes w w 1936

61M
26M
22 M

6s series B 1949
98M
J&J
194 M
Dominion Textile 4Ms '55-.M&S
Donn&cona Paper—
1st s f 5 Ms 1948 ser A
F&A f 34
102 M
Donner Steel 7s 1942.
..J&J
Driver Harris Go—

90

103 X

44M
66M

/

Dodge Mfg 1st 7s 1942
J&J /
102 H
Dold (Jac) Pack 1st 6s '42-M&N
109 M
Dominion Canners 1st 0s '40 A&O

86

104

105 M
98 M

Stamped (Mar '33 coup on) *35
Deutsche Rentenbank—
Farm Ln a f 0s Oct 15'0O A&016

8

84M

7s series A & B 1950
Q-F
7s series O 1959
Q-M
7s series D 1956—.—.—Q-J
6s series AA 1953
Q-F
6s series A B 1948.....
Q-M
6s series A O 1952
Q-J
Colon Oil deb 6s 1938
J&J

Cot

Without warrants.—.

Deb sf 5Ms 1942

mmmtto

Bank

1st m conv s r 6s 1939
Fairbanks Morse & Oo—
Sink fund deb 5s 1942

103 X

634% gold notes 1933
J&J f
Atl Gulf & W Indies SS Lines-

125"

105
108

J&D

5s 1944

1W4«

85

„

/

4mm.

100 M
95

Fabrics

121

M&N15

56"

98

15-yr deb 4s July 1 1950-J&J
Arnold Print Wks 6M % *41-A&O
Asbestos Corp (Can) 5s *42--J&J
Associated Mtge Oo 2-6% ...1953
Associated Rayon 5s 1950 __J&D

1st

Oonv col 15s 1947

67

Chicago Stock Yards 5s 1961 A&O

105 H

gold 4Mb 1939 opt
J&D
Armstrong Cork deb 5s 1940-J&D

Hardw

Cespedes Sugar 7 Ms Sept 1 *39
Chateaugay Ore & iron—
Guar gold 4s 1942
J&J
Chesapeake Oorp—

10
82

m>«s m

8M
50
104

102 M

on

1st 17 Ms 1908 ser B
1st 17s 1987 ser O

60

■V'vV;

im

<m

7X

Empire Oil & Refg Oo—
117 M I
1st & col tr 5Ms 1942—A&O
75M Ernesto Breda 7s 1954
.F&A
European Mtge & Invest—

k 100 X

Central Steel

t

J*.«

nn StkYda

Eastern Dairies 6s May 1 1949—
Eastern Mfg 7s ser A 1938.-J&D
Elec Rys Eq Sec Co—

68 H

112 M

m

8M

f.

Detroit Times serial 6s 1935.M&S
serial 6s 1936 to 1943
M&S

M

.

101
•

43

M&S

1st mtge sink fund 6s 1942-J&D
Eastern Oar Co Ltd 6s 1952.J&J
Eastern Cuba 8ug 7 Ms *37 M&8

25

Chile Copper Oo deb 5s 1947. J&J
Clearfield Bit Coal 4s 1940—J&J
Smrnl series B_.
J&J

11

Simmons

1st gs 1941—M&N
Certain-teed Prod Oorp—
Deben s f 5Mb 1948
M&S

Sink fund deb g 5M« 1937 A&O
De Bardeleben Coal Oorp—
1st mtge 0s 1953
J&D
Certificates of deposit..

104M

100 M
102

103 X
103 M

J&D

IBIm

110X
74 M

Ohilds Co deb 5s 1943

11

Associated

M&S

1955

24H

8

J&J

101
10

Chic Pneumatic Tool Oo--

8

1943 ser A

5s

Chic Jet coll tr ref g 4s "4U—A&O
Coll trust ref 6s 1940
A&O

1951——J&J f

5 Ms

guar

Canadian Vickers 6s Aug 1 1947Capital Administration Corp
Deb 5s series A 1953
J&D

45"

Annoor & Co of Delaware—

1st M 20-yr 4s ser B '55.-F&A
Armour & Oo—Real estate
lai

104 %
101

67 M

4034

Antilla Sugar Estates—
Income deb 6s 1951——J&J f

1st M

86

4234
10534
103 X
105

J&J

23 M
23 X

M&N /

income 6% notes

Canadian Internat Paper—
1st M 6s 1949
Canadian Nat Steamships—

f 5s 1946

Domln Coal 5s 1940
-M&N
Dominion Tar & cnemical Oo—
Deb a f 6s 1949 ser A
J&J 2

99

A&O

Q*
95

90

•

68M

100%

SS L deb 5s '43-F&A15

s

60
106

(Berlin)—
0% notes (Am part ctfs)—M&8

w

41M

104 X
100%

J&J

-

Calif Pet deb 6 Ms 1938—M&N
Oonv ■ f deb 5b 1939..
-F&A

Conv col

Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate—
Deb 7s 1945

60

Ondahy Pack

Deutsche

84

55
105 M
104 X

Trudble Steel Co deb 5s'40-M* v
Cuban Tobacco 5s 1944—
J&D k

Denver

101M

100

M&S

warr

Deep Rock Oil 7s 1937

97

1

54

J&J /
/

42

68
101

Carthage Marble 6 Ms 1942
1/
Cedar Rapids M & P 5s 1953-J&J £
Celotex Co deb 6s 1936
M&N /
6Ms series A 1939
J&D/

101

J&J
M&N

J&J /
A*rn

F&A
—F&A

-

International Oorp—
534 s 1949
J&J
Am La France & Foamite— v

.

40

Canadian Canners Ltd 6s 1950Uanao uouh Hub 0s 1946
.A&O
Canadian Copper Ref. 6s May '45
Canadian Cottons 5s 1940—J&J2

Amer

Meter 6s 1946.

43

A&O */ 8734

Bush Term Bldge 1st 5e *00
Butler Brothers 5s 1936

25-yr

Amer Radiator deb 4 X s '47

106

.

Term 1st 4s 1952...
Cons g 6s Jan 1955

1st, & gen m fls 1941 «er A

81"

Am Lime & Stone 7s 1942--A&O

9M
175

41

A&o
.M&S

ttusb

Canada

111M

J&D /

lOM

Camaguey Sugar 7s ctfe 1942
t n*x
Canada Biscuit 6 Ms 1940—M&N f 20
105 X
Canada Bread 6s 1941
F&A
103 X
Can Cement 1st 6M* 1947.M&N

80M

5X % notes 1936

100M

101H
15-yr s f deb 3 Ms 1950
F&A
Budd (E G) Mfg 6a 1938
F&A
Burinelster & Wain (Copenhagen;
15-yr s f extl 6s 1940
.J&J f 55
56
Burns & Oo 5Ms June 1 1948

Cons deb 5s 1940

102X

liiX

Oonv

Deb 0s 1940 with

85

M&N

Amer I G Otaem Oorp—
Oonv deb 534s 1949

American

1105
6834
100
104
Boston Wharf 1st 4s 1941—A&O
934
Botany Consol Mill* 0
"34 A&O ♦/
8M
Certificates of deposit........ /
Bridgeport Brass—
160
Conv deb 6Ms 1939
..J&D
1Q5X
British Amer Oil 5s 1945
M&S

18

45

Amer

99

Ext at 6 M % to 1934
F&A
Boston Sand & Gravel 7s 1934
Boston Term Oo 8Mb 1947-F&A

M&S

40

Amer Dept Sts (Pa) 6s *48--J&D
Amer let Co deb 5s 1953—J&D

—

101

By-Products Coke Oorp—
Is* M 5Ms 1946 ser A
M&N
California Packing Oorp—

American Beet Sngar Oo—

82

105

JIM/. J*'

94
107 X

106

102^

98 X
104

51

Crowley, Mliner & Co—
Deb s f 5M8 1937
M&N
Crown Cork & Sea! Oo. Inc—
20-year sink fund 6s 1947
J&D
Crown Wlll&mec Pap 6b '51-J&J
Crown Zellerbach Oorp—
^
f

5s
1945
Butterick Pub 6 Ms 1930

Amalg Laundries 0Ms 1936.M&S /
5
Amalgamated Pbos 6s 1936-F&A s
Amalgamated Sugar Oo—
1st s f 7s 1937
A&O
104
Amer Aggregates Oorp—
Deb 6s '43 ser A with war.F&A / 40
Without warrants
/ 40

68 extended to Feb 1940---—
Amer Oolortype 6s 1942
F&A,

136M

101M

-

New 3-68 1943

134

Ask.

49

Credit Service 6s 1948—.
Croweli-Ooliier 6s 1939 —....—

Brown Shoe Co, Inc—

10

Albany Perf Wrapping Corp—
1st M coll tr 6s 1948
A&O

ft*

Brown Oo 1st 5 Ms 1940
1st 5Ms 1950 aer B

84

43 A A&O

Mteei

Bid.

Bonds.

112
104

Bohn Alum & Brass 6s '38--J&J
tiorden Mills 1st sf 6s—

101

——

Alberta Pacific Grain 6s, 1946

30

"win-Mary

Ask.

111%
103 %

Jeth'm St 1st 1 & ref 5s '42-M&N
Pnreb money 5s 1930
J&J
Parch money 6s 1998 Q-Feb—
Cons M s f 4 Ms ser D '60--J&J

28 M

100 x

Alabama By-Prod 6s 1955--J&J
Ala Cons Coal & Iron 5s 38 M&N
Alabama Mills 1st 6 Ms

100 X

100X

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

37

37 M
65

38

103 M
92M
78

101M

91M

91X

l104M

l9k%
49

,

47

/

47

Deb s f 6s 1948
M&N /
len Rayon deb 0s 1948 w w.J&D
4en Stl Cast 1st 5 Ms *49 w w J&J

47

—

86M

87
96

Eq deb 0s 1940-A&O ♦/12 M
10M
Certificates o1 deposit

*en

fheat

Glen Vending 0s 1937

50

56"
95 M

Gen Steelwares 6s Nov 1 1952

12M

13M

F&A

Certificates of deposit
Georgia Marble 1st 6s 1950-M&N
German Atlantic Cable 7s 1945..

£

104

93

1st mtgesf 5 Ms 1947 ser A-J&J

45

104 M
104

German Bldg & LandBk 6Ms 1948

',11
f

45"
36

30M

....

|**102
6 Basis.

it Last sale,
n Nominal,
t Called Aug. 15 at 102.

/ This price includes accrued interest,

paired by maturity.




** Called Nov. 1 at 102.

s

Called Aug. 1 at 100M*

* Called Aug. 1 at 105.

* Negotiability im-

AUG., 1935]

INDUSTRIAL

&

MISCELLANEOUS

BOND

87

NOTICE-—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked
"f and income and defaulted bond
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of tne month preceding the date of issue.
Bid.

Ask

Bonds.

Gillette

1st mtge 5m 1943

v

/

Gould

ser

A

103

J&J

;

87"

i044

1054
95

264

67

70

904

92

MA»

«

f fls

1950 ser

A

/

394

/
f

ist

35
294

Gulf Oil Corp of Penn—
Sinking fund deb 6s 1947--FAA
Golf Sutte» Paper Corp—
1st s f 04s 1943 with war. J&D
Gulf States Steel deb 54s 42 JAP

Hall (P

Wi Printing Co—

1st & coll 54s

Extended at 5% to 1943.—J&J
N Y Shlpbldg 1st 5s Nov 1 *46-.
Mew York Trap Rock
Oorp—

.

70
68

72

094

1st A ref 5s 1944
1st A ret 5a 1954

90

•

1014

1st

a

1904
1st & ref 5s 1974

/

374

18

J&J /

Leipzig Trade Fair 7s 1953 -M&N /
Llboy McNeil & Llbby—

40

1st M a f 5s 1942
AAO
Ldgg'tt A Myers g 7s 1944—AAO
Gold bonds 6s 1951
FAA
Little vA £) Oo 7s 1942
AAO
Loews Inc deb 6s 1941... A&r

42
104

124

101

_J&D

101

Hickok Oil Corp deb 6s

1938M&N
HIghtstown Rug 6Ha w w 1944
K) A Co

Hee

•

0>*S A

814
*/294

34 AA

12
7% notes 1934
AAO f
101
Holland Furnace 6s 1936—--AAO
Holland-Amer Line 6s '47-MAN /
14

HolUngshead CRM) Co 7s *38 FA J' / 19
102 4
Holly Sugar 6s 1943—-— AAO
4Al>

A&O u

1024

101

JAJ

105

7s series A 1947

1949 series B

964
,

1
/

21""

402~ ~

1st mtge s f 0s 1947

107

434

McCamp bell & Co—
64% notes 1937

94

l04

McColl Fron'nac Oil 6s 1949 A&O
McOord Rad & Mtg—

34

994

994

Mead (The )Oorp—
1st M fts 1945 with

94

944

Mengel Co 1st

Met Chain Prop—see "Real Esta te"

1044
11
1044
1044

764

974

1034

13"
105

1054

794

984
1044

22
22
22
22

224
224
224
224

59

1004

100

754
::754
504

M »rrls A

1024

Investment Oo of Amer—

x-w
«er

103 >
104 £

794

a

lulu

(A 1; & ekiu—o«c Mfra

rr

16

92

834
1044
1044
81

74

84
139

Oo.

37
85

11)14
1034
994

1064

40
91

104

994

13

Kalamazoo Veg Parchm 6s 1938

101

....

ational Steel Oorp—
1st s f 5s 1950.

384

...

.

1st coll mtge

s

154
23

...

f 4s June 1 1965.

1034
'

98

Corp tis 194a
Mac
Kelly Springfield Tire 6s '42.A&0
f

Keteey Hayes Wh'l 1st 6s '48 J&J
15-yr conv deb 6s 1948
J&J

844
784
784
98
102

100
89

794
794
101
104

Kendall Oo deb A—

54s with warrants 1948—MAS
Kentucky Rock Asphalt—

1024
t

31
784

51
34

'

Dock Oo—let g 4s
Serial 5% notes 1938

1034
53

35

69

A&O

504

714
514

Evening Journal¬
ist m & coll it 64s 1935—J&D
1st m & coH tr 64a 1930—J&D
1st m & coH tr 64s 1937..J&D

994

1004

100 4
1014

1014

M.F&A

Y

1024

.

63
41

444

/

414

/

10

..J&D */ 974

.

deb 6s 1944

-

Co—
AA<>

42

304

984
99

93

100"
924

2l"
314

101

71

m

M

s

f 8s 1941 ser A.M&Slf

72

91

f 6s

92

1064

1014

BB '35-40
l9/g._J&w

62

62

384

38

1024
15
12

106
16
85
103

Pine Hill Collieries 1st 6s
1942Italy con 7s '52M&N
Plttsb Brewing 6s Feb 4

PlreUi Oo of

6

f 6s 1948

1024
17
15

•

Pittsburgh Coal Co—
Sinking fund deb 6s 1949.F&A k 1074
Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt Oorp—
Deb s f g 54s 1947
97
J&D

108
974

99

95

96

95

F&A

Pittsburgh-^Westmoreland
1st s f g 5s 1947 opt

107

97

Coal

M&N

^

Pocahontas Consol Collieries—
1st gold

5s

1967 op

974

J&J

.

101

984

,

A&O k 1034
RK.

494

Potrero

50

Sugar 7s 1947—MAN »* Kk 58
7s stamped 1947.
51
M&N k
Pressed Steel Oar fm 1933
•/ 50
Conv deb 5s 1943
45
J&J

55

Prlre Rro* A Co 1st 6s '43
A.F&A
Certificates of deposit........

87
87

Protestant Church of
7s
1940
Prov

85

85

Germany—"

*

A&O

Paper Ltd 54s 1947—M&N

OQ

1024

On Oo

10-yr 54% ■ f notes '37..F&S k 1004
10-yr s f 64% notes '40_.MAfc t 1014
15-yr s f 44s w w 1950—J&J
Bakeries 5s 194h

98

J&..

52

32

1034

1014
994
984

1st 6s s f 1951

M&N

264

1024

2

Part paid ctfs (for 6% deb and

common stock)
65% paid
_/54
Debenture gold 6s 1941-J&D */ 444
48
Railway Express Agency inc —
Serial 5s *36 '38 (s-a).—M&S a
1004 to 109
Series 5s "39 49 (s-a)
MA® a 109
to 111
..

Ramapo Ajax Oorp 04s '42 M&S
Reliable Stores Oorp bs '37 A&O
Reliance Mgt Oorp6s 1954—F&a
Remington Rand. Ino-I-

.

100

1004

1014

91

Dp* 5 4s 1947 with warr.M&N

104

Without warrants——.

104

1044

——

/ This price includes accrued interest,

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

?•

102

s

Conv deb 64s 1941——M&N
Radio-Kelth-Orpheum Oorp—

49
V

78""

Quaker City Cold Storage—
25

.AAO k 1054

35

P

99

1952...
J&J
Penn Greyhound
Lines, Inc—
54%notes 1936
A&O

Purity

Certificates of deposit J
5s 1940

50

6s stamped 1943
Kaufman Dent Stores M«c Corn
Col tr 5 H % notes 1930,.-FAA

55

1074

(Rudolph; inc—

1st 6s 1943 with Am shs.MAN
Certificates of deposit

18?

50

99

67

864

984

1024

1st ■ f 5s 1953 ser A
M&N
Penn Mary Steel—See Beth
Steel

^ure

......

94

824

*

f

Deb 8 f 54s 1947
MAS
Nat Food Products 3-6* '44.M&N

ftfferson A Clearfield Coal A Iron
Indiana Co 1st ■ f 6s I960-JAJ
Janes A Laughlin St 5s '39.MAN
*«nrnal of Commerce 6 4# 1Q37

.

'ort Arthur Canal &
Dock—Bee
Porto Rlcan Amer Tobacco—
Conv 0s
1942
J&j

2

10-yr deb 44s May 1 '45.M&N
Pruuriug Oo—

72

« 0s 1947

Pocahontas Corp 6s 1943
Poor & Oo 6s
ltf3«

atloual Fire

_

JAD fc

86

814

101

—

16

63

af Dairv Prod
«>4« 194«
F&A
ational Distillers Products—

fclOO

844

38

...

16

63

1384
Nassau (Gar) Landbank 04# 1938
Nast (Oonde) 64s Dec 15
1937—
Nat Acme Co 1st 6s 1942—.J&D

6

75"

Sink fund deb 5 4s 1939—J&l

64

w^rr.A&O

12

Calif)—
.J&D15 */ 42

Transportation

conv

Pitts Steel

81

J&

20

8 ?:

38

Pickering Lumber 6s A *40—M&N
Pierce Butler & Pierce
64s 42
Plllsbury Flour MHls 0s 1943 A&O

Steamship Line-

Secured 6s 1937Deb 6 4s 1937 with

17 4
5

854
,

'49..J&J

90

—M&N
M&N

12

82

40

Conv deb 6s 1949—...M&8
Phillips Petroleum Co-

1024

1947 M&S
2 oo hao

9

1004

f 0s 1940...

49

1024

Hy

JA>

i

3§

Penna Tank Line eq 5s

1004
364

M&S

6s series 4 1933
54® series 16 1940

100

Deb g 5s 1947 with wart—AAO

tst

Morris Plan sec 6s
Mmn-Boua <)i td

N

994
99

Co

Parmelee

92

Montreal Coke A M 54s 1947-—

::::

97

48

144
144
144

Munson

99

25

1024

l&j

6

'
,

Paterson Parch Pap 6s 1938 J&D
Pea body Coal Oo (Consol
Co; —

1st

72

ftalv^deh 7# *97

974

31

6s

''hiia & Read O & I 6#

Monsanto Chemical Works—
1st s f 54® 1942
M&N
Vfontecatlnl
(Socteta
Gen
Ind

34

Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Cort

874

Minnesota & Ontario
Paper Oo—
1st 6s series A 1945......A&0
1st 6s series B 1948—..—J&J
1st 6s series O 1950
M&N

Monon Coal—See Ohlc Ind A L
Monroe Coal Mining 6s 1947

s

1024
994

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Oorp—

Miller & Lux Inc 1st <M os'40 A&O
7% gold notes 1935.....A&O

Mlnerarla

a°^fr • '

1st

I

conv

30
97

Certificates of deposit...... / 974
Paramount Pictures 6s 1955
924
Paramount Pubiix
Corp—
Sink fund 54s 1950
F&A *7 994
Certificates of deposit..
/ 994
20-yr deb 6s 1955..
92
J&J
Park & Tilford s f 6s 1930—J&D k
99
Parker-Young 1st 0 4s s f *44 F&A / 17

100

Mlag Mill Mach'y 1st 7s 1960Middle States Petrol 64s 1945.
Vfldvale Steel & Ordnance—
nonv • f 6g 1936..
M&S
Miller & Hart Inc deb 6s '43.J&J

1014

_

92

..M&S

Metropolitan Wat Sew & uralu
Board s f 64s 1950
A&O

604

744
744
494

Intertype Corp deb 54a '42. JAD




95

108

,67

/

1st sf 54sseries A 1946..MAN
1st M s f 54s 1946 ser B Man

Bid prices.

Man

warr

7s 1939.M&S

1st non-conv 7s 1939
Merchant* Rnfrm n* 1937

1074

6s series O June 1 1943—

a

conv

1044

984

2-yr 0% notes Mar 15 '34 M&S15

8 f

104"

Internat Salt g 5s 1951 op—AAO A: 1074
International Securities Corp—Deb g 5s 1947...
JAD k 874

...JAD

1054

88

McKesson & Kobblns inc—
20-yr conv deb 64s 1950.M&N

55

Ref mtge 6i 1955 ser A..MAS
internat Power A Paper—
1st M 5s 1968
JAJ

Keokee Cons Coke 5s 1959..JAJ

1044
•

F&A

50

90

...

8 f 64s 1936

1943 with warr.

101

Paramount Fam Lasky Corp—

59
87

85

JAD

5-yr0% notes 1931

6s stamped 1942

„

55

102

International Paper—
Ait A ref s f 5s 1947 ser A
_JAJ
1st A ref s f 5s ser B 1947.JAJ

(B

Hosiery 64s '41.A&O

964
434

58
58

Internat Mercantile Marine—
1st M col) trust 6s 1941.-AAO

Cdch

33

414

1947
—MAN /
Certificates of deposit
/
Conv deb 5s 1941
JAJ16 /
t
Certificates of deposit....

Ktrstadi

ii«

.AAO

number

Certificates of deposit
Panhandle Uorp—

92

/

MAN

Without warrants

g*

A&O

Ma*aev-Harrig Oo 5s 1947

International Match Corp—

Isetta-Fraschlnl 7s 1942—
Without warrants

J*T>

McCrory Stores 54® '41.J&D 15
Proof of claim filed by owner— /1014

MAN

Interstate Iron A Steei Oo—

1st

a

41

stamped en to 1942 ..MAN

oa

in

77

474

Lint

Palmer Oorp of La 1st 0S1948J&D1
Pan Amer Petrol Oo (of

Mariuii steam suuvei—

Internat Agricultural Corp—
1st A coli tr « f gold 5s 1932

f

lh%rtic

39

Inland Steel 1st 4 4s 1978—A&u
1st m s f 44a 1981 ser B..FAA
Interlake Iron Corp—

«

ot

Maple Leaf Milling 54s 1949J&D

384

ind Limestone inc 6s 1952—MAN

cttb

Vanim A Son 6P

103

'

Ilseder Steel mtge 6s 1948.—F&A
independent Brewing «» *66 j&J
Indiana Ice A Fuel 64s A 1947--

Deb

Oo

/

Ice Service 1st 64s 1935
JAD
1st 64s 1939
JAD
Ideal Cement Co deb 6s '43-JAJ
Illinois Steel deb 44® 1940--AAO

International Cement—
Conv deb 5s 1948

Tr

M&N /
M&N

Kef)riKnr*tor

Pac Coast Cement 6s A
1942. J&D
Pacific Coast Co 5s 1940
J&D
Pac Coast Steel
Oorp 5s to '40 J&J

294
224

Mir#

hi ten.

Certificates of deposit.....
Oxford Miami Paper 6s 1947.F&A

•

Deb 6s

TA1

.

1st m 5s 1951 ser B

Stamped modified coup on
V 1§4
Certificates of deposit
/ 18
Manhattan Refrig 54s 1941 J&J
97

234

W

Osgood Oo deb g 6s 1938
J&'
Oswego Falls Oorp 6s 1941. J&J
Otis Steel 1st 6s 1941 ser
A.M&S

80

294

McCallum

19-yr sec s f 54« 1940—MAN
Hudsao Goal 1st 6s 1963 A— *At>
Hud Rlv Day Line 6s 39-- MAS
Hud Riv Nav 1st 64® 1951 MAN
Hungarian Disc A Exch Bank—
85-yr a f 7s 1963
JAJ
Hungarian-Italian Bank Ltd—
Sinking fund 7 4s 1963—AAO
Hjrgrade Pood Products Corp.
1st A ref 6s Jan '49 AAAO

40
23
23

42..A&C */194
Certificates of deposit
/ 184
8tpd Oct 1931 coupon- */184

14

Houston OH Co of Texas—

fta

il84

Manatl Hngar 1st / Hi

102

30

liKkAdct' f
Oriental Devel Oo Ltd—
Extl deb 6s 1953
M&S 15
Extl deb 54» 1958
M&N

23
132

77

4.75%

50

73

Oregon-Am

104

824
344

k 101

Hooker Electrochem 6s 1953 J&D

30

117

4.75%

5.25

27 7

Okonite Co 6s stmp 1942—J&D
Old Ben Coal 1st 6s 1944
F&A f
Inc deb 74s Aug 1 1953
f

123

130

80

5.25

/

6s perpetual stock
J&J /
O'Gara Coal 5e '55 op aft'08 M&S f
Ohio Fin deb 64® ww 1944.M&N

1344

6s series O 1940
FAA
LsrlUard (P) Oo g 7s 1944—A&O
5o. 1951
F&A
Lukens Steel 5s extend 1955 M&N

....

101

Hood Ruober 7s 1936
Conv 614% g notes 193*

^

814

79

Equip trust 6s June 1 '37-38
Equip trust 5s Aug 15 '37-'40—

95

1

1

78

.

J&D

Northern Redwood number—
6s 1937
J&D /
Norwegian Hy-Elec Nttrog Corp
Ref & imp 54® 57 ser A M&N
Nova Seotia s & n gc 1969..J&. /

63

1

1

85

107"

64

'

1

75

.J&D

20-yr s f 6s 1947
New 6-4% 1947

95

20

1

1

68

North

694

1034
1334
1224

1

...M&S
M&S /

100

1034
Logan County Coal 7s 1942.MAN / 35
Long Bell Lumb 6s sar A '42.JAJ
l\K
6s series B 1943—
—A&O
214

„

warrants

134

7

99

954

'40-** **

warr

64s 1943
Income 64s 1953

914

-

/

Nor Amer Refract 04s 1944.J&J /
North German Lloyd—

95

634
604
924
30

106

Car—

Deh 04« A with

674

34
;■

Amer

95

13

Equip trust 44s Nov 25 *37-'43 6
Equip trust 54s Sept 1 '37-'44. b
Nortli &mer Cement
Oorp—

594

1064

Sec 6% gold notes 1938—J&J

103

FA A

Haytian Corp income 8a 1938— /
Hearst Magazines—
1004
6s
1936
MAS
6s 1938
994
M&S
Hearst Publications 6 4«'35-M AN
1004
974
64s 1947
--MAN
Hersney Creamery 6 Ha 1937—
With

North

108

106

43

1 404

for Am shs—JAJ

f 1946

M s f Bs 1946
6s scamped 1946
s t 7s 1936

Debenture

1054

FAA
F&A
F&A
F&A

st A ref 5s

Y L E & WD & I 1st 6s

364
101

984

93

V

M&N

Nf

1024

134

Deb g 5 4s 1942..
.AAO
Lehigh Coal A Nav fund 4s '48 JAJ
Cons s f g 44s 1954
JAJ
Cons s f 44« 1954 ser O—JAJ
Lehigh Valley Coal—
,
•

984

Hawley Pulp A Paper Co—
1st 6a

NYLE&WO & RR—
1st 0s ext 54% 1942

1034

Lawrence Pertland Cement Oe—
98

1947———JL—--

Hartford Times 6s 1943

/

91
74

86
81

60

924

6s 1954 with war..JAJ

i«t conv

98

1947—MAN
Hamburg-American Line—
Eq trust 6 4s 1935 to 1940-JAD
Hamilton By-Prod 7s Feb 1 1943Hansa Steamship Lines
/«»-*• o* >9.4W wibti warr.-AAO
April 1936 coupon on
Harpen Mining Corp—
war

8 t deb 6s 1940 with warr.MAN
Lautaro Nitrate Oo—

304

1064

lst A coll 6s stmp

6s with

37

A3k.

Hoboken Ferry 5s 1940.2M&N
N Y & N J Ferry—5s '46—J&J

31

.

L.td-

Paper Co

Bid.

Foreign Investing Corp—

Deb 54s IW48 with warr.J&D
N Y & Hob Fy 5s
May '40.. J&D

104""

oo

374 V? 40
108
1074
994
994

904
(Coupler 1st 1 fis 1940. PAA */ 24

Gioat Lakes

Bonds.

1034

60
64s 1939
K.nnoy (OR, Oo
itfdO-JAD
1034
Kirby Lumber 0« 1938
JAJ1*
574
Ksholyt Oorp 04* 1943
MAS / 294
Keppers Gas A Coke Oo—
L»eb a f 5s 1947
JAD
S f deb 54b 1950-1
JAJ
Krwge <8 8) 1st 5# 1945
JAD
1st mtge part ctfs
102
Kreuger & Toll class A ctfs of
dep for secured 5s 1959— M&S / 30
Kroehler Mfg deb 54s to '38 J&J
994
Lackawanna Steel 5s 1950—M&k
107
Lake St John Po & Pr 64s 1942
/ 17
64s Feb 1 1947—.
/ 58
Lake Superior Corporation—
1st & coll tr gold 6s 1944-.JAD /
154
Lane Bryant Ino—

Geodyear Tire & Rubber—
lit mtge coll tr 6« 1967
MAN
Gotham Silk Has deb 6s '36 J AD

Ask.
N Y &

91"" Kingsport Press
105

1014
8 f g 7s Oct 16 1945--_A<fc01f
Geedrlch (B P) 1st 64« 1947-J&J
Deb g 6s 1945
J&D

Bid.

KimHerly-Clark Oorp—

Safety Razor—
k 1024
Debentures 5s 1940-------'
Glen Alden Coal M s f4s 65-1.--—
904
103
Gildden Co 54% notes *39-J&D
76
Globe Wernicke 6s Oct I 1944——
Gobel (Ad'f) 64 % '35.. —M&N */ 86

* Negotiability impaired by maturity,

t Called Sept. 1 at 1014*

INDUSTRIAL & MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

88

"and Interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted tooi
all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are
Quotations for

A&O

Republic Iron & Sfl 6« 1040

"l05%
103 %

6Hi '68 ser A..J&J
Republic Motor Truck Oo. Ino—
Deb 0%s 1937 with war
1&J
Republic Portl Cement 6s '43M&S
Restigouche Paper Ltd 6s 1948—
Revere Copper & Brass—
lit Inc 6s July '48 ser A *—
Ref ft gen

90

88

34H
37 %

1st M

s

f 6s 1947-.-— -J&D */

P 6s *66 stpd.JftJ
St. Paul Un Stk Yard! 6« *46 A&O
Saltex Looms Inc 6s 1954—A&O
Saxon Pub Wks ^Germany)—
lit ext) s f 7s

Gen

»&A
1951—-M&N

1946

ft ref 6Hs

J&J

6% notes 1947
Sayre ft Fisher Brick 6s
Schulco Oo tt%s 1946

1947 J&J
J&J
Stamped (July 1933 coup on)
Guar s f 0%s 1946 ser B. A&O
Stamped

T"

Straw or iage & Clothier—
1st s f 5s 1948
Struthers

'45—M&S

1945-J&J
(it W) deb 6%s 1943 F&A

Dcrlppa

BcuMzilSteel

..AftO
Seab'd Term & Refrlg 6s '41 M&S
Security Mtge-see Assoc Mtge Co
Seneca

1st Hal Ml...

Copper 7s 1933

Servel Corp (new) 5s 1948
Bharen Steel Hoco

25

Studebaker

Stuts Motor Car

.. .

5

'

44

45%

13%

2%

.M&S 1

——

38
12

14

1

15

17
103

103%

104;

44

15%

47

105%|
103%
16H

102

98

4

99

....

"4"
120%
100%
20
104

79

39"

102%
Skelly Oil deb 5%s 1939—-M&S
Smltb (Howard) Paper Mills Ltd
104%
1st • f 5%s 1963 A—-J&D
100
Smith (L O) Typewr 6s '39.M&N
Southern Advance Bag & Paper—
96%
1st s f 6s 1947
—J&D
Southern United Ice Go¬
es 1947
A&O / 34
6 Hi 1938
AftO / 33%
Southwest Dairy Products—
5
6Hs w w 1938
M&N /
103
Squire (John P) & Co 5%s '47J&D
Spruce Falls Power ft Pap. Ltd
99
1st M 5H« 1936 (s-a)
A&O
92
1st 5Hs 1937-43
A&O
104^
Staley (A E) Mfg 1st 6s '42-M&S
103
Stand OU N Y deb 4Hs'51 J&D16
Stand Textile Prod 6Ha *42 M&S
AfiS6Qt(^d

61%
60

96

f

120%
99%

106%
94%

...

94%

M&S16

14

United Grain Growers Ltd—

11*

M&N

94%
97

Unltrd Industrial isi 6s 1946.J&D
Deb 6Hs 1941
—M&N
United Securities Ltd 5Ha 1952..

81%
99%

fir

41%
59%

86%
99%

1938—FftA

82%
101

35%
36%
34%

88

0 0M
CO

105%
102

6
6

25
57%
98

^02%
102%
k 103%

6,_
0H% serial notes 1940
MAS k 102%
102
3-year 6% notes 1936
J&D
88
U 8 TruckingCorp 5%s '43-J&D
99
United Wall Paper Fac 6s 1947 —

/

97%

/
Certificates of deposit...—— /

Hf:7

24%

48""

35

15
12
95

N
Vanadium Corp. of Amer.—

Valvoline Oil 7s 1937

82%

/
fk

94

104 H
103%

060

w*

79

61

a

Five memberships held

5%s
1943
,/itherbee Sherman Inc

61%
94

?

54

108%
99

101

96

M&S

'

8%
100%

/
/

35
52

90
72

98%
98%
95

EZCHANQE SEATS.
No. Last Sale
N Y Cotton Exch—
N Y Oof & Bug ExN Y Curb Exch...

450
344

35""

Baltimore Stk Exch

58%

Boston Stock

Exch.

139
15

11,200
4,100
27.500
500

6 000
750

6,050
2,000

98%

9,500

60

1,000

2,700

5.000

41

500

5,800

17
Stock Exch.
68
Detroit Stock Ex..
05
Ft Worth Gr ft Cot
20
89" Hertford Stk Exch
217
100% Kan City (Bd ofTr)
83
26% Los Ang Stock Exch
189
Mllw Grain ft Stk.
56" Minn Oh of Comm. 523
18
Minn-8t P Stk Ex.
17
V80
Montreal Stock Ex.
600
New Orl Cotton Ex
98"
70
New Orl Stock Ex.
200
Phila Stock Exch—
83
10% Plttab Stock Exch. all5
St Louis Exchange.
42
Salt Lake Stock Ex.
48
San Fran Stk Ex.—
69
San Fran Curb Ex.
100
Seattle Stock Exch I
94
Seattle Curb ft M f
Toronto Stock Exch
113
Washington Stk Ex
40
Denver

___

250

"250

1,500

1,500

5450
1,125
3,350
1.500
125

2.050

00', 666
1,175

1,000

75

1.200
,1.000

zl,000
300

l'ooo
875

"250

17,000
9,100

Nominal,

13
405

29.000
500

§1,000
6.500

r Canadian price,

400

5*666

s Sale price

as dividend memberships, leaving 37
fixed. II Book value. Membership of Ft. Worth Grain & Ootto
available, y 80 seats, 70 members, z St. Louis Exchange member¬
sales of the Salt Lake Stock Exchange. St. Louis should have been 42 seats
impaired by maturity, f Called Sept. 1 at 105. t Called Sept. 1 at 100%.

memberships outstanding.
§ Prices of Wheeling Stock Exchange memberships are
Exchange is limited to 90. Exchange buys certificates in order at $450 when funds are
ships were erroneously reported in our last issue. The figures shown were the
outstanding, $1,000 last sale, and no bid offered at $1,000. * Negotiability




13%
50

100%

6s 1944—

& 8t 011944.A&O
Woodward Iron 6i 1962
-J*.;
1st Hen 6% notes 1937
F&A
jrk Ice Mach 6s '47..——A&O
Debenture 6s 1943
J&D
Youngsi Sheet & Tube—
1st m s f 6s 1978 ser A
J&J
1st m 5s 1970 ser B. --.-A&O
snlth Furnace 5Hs 1948---J&J

in Treasury.
6 Basis. / This price Includes accrued Interest, k Last sale, n
Exchange holds 44 as treasury memberships and 47 are held by individuals

There are 470 memberships of which

■'
'

Wood (Alan) lr

| Wheeling Stock Ex
Winnipeg Gr Exch.

ti

13%

_

82

58

9%
30

Victor Fuel 1st • f
Va Iron Coal ft

12

lilson-Martin 2d 5s 1940—J&D
Tinslow Bros & Smith—

650
76

U S Rubber—

1947 Ser A.... JftJ
"""

81%

,
'

deposit——...
Steel Oo—Jan 1935-M&N
Certificates of deposit—.—

Buffalo Stk Exch..

/
U S Radiator deb 6o

92

92

f 6s

137%

M&N

Deb g 5s 1948

s

1935—.—M&S
Wieboldt (W. A.) ft Oo. 5H»^9.
WiUys-Oyerland 1st 0Hi 83 M&£
AftO
98" "Tiisan ft Oo 1st 6s 1941
1st M 20-yr 4s ser A 1955. .J&J

97

...

100
104..
108%

Sec conv 7 %s

106

0

101%
101%

102

36

Union Term Coal 8tor 6« "39-F& A
United Biscuit deb 5s '50—A&O
Drns6a 1963

103

1°1%

Certificates of

120%
/ 12

1st ft ref 6s

24
98

Without warrants
Deb

6s May 1 1942 Ser A
F&A
Union Rock 1st 0a s f 1947-- M&S

6Hs series A 1951...—...J&D
6H« series 01951
—J&D
6%i 1947 with warrants—J&J
United Steel Wks of Burbach
Eich-Dudelange ■ f 7s '61-AftO
U S ft British Internat Ltd—

lOf"

.

fls 1944-..
F&A
Refrigerator Lines—
Eq trhst 6s ser A Aug 15 '36- 43
Pestern Tab & Stat 6s 1941 .A&O
/ eatvaco Chlorine Products
5Ha 1937
M&S
P heeling Steei Corn—
1st ftref s f 5Hs 1948ser A. JftJ
1 at & ref s f 4Hs '53 ser B-A&o
Phitaker Paper 7s 1942
MA
Phlte Sew M 0§ 80 with W— J<

Pr lien & coll