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DEC 13 ig37

reg*

u.

s.

rat.

office

NOVEMBER IN RETROSPECT
Pmgm

and

Commercial

Financial

Cotton.....

1

Events

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

9

Course of the Stock Market

16

Dividend Declarations

12

J

Federal Reserve Bank—Brokers' Loans .18

Foreign Affairs

—

6

113

Foreign Exchange........
Grain—Coffee—Sugar...

......

9

Hides and Leather
Iron and Steel Trade

Money Market
New Security Issues

Petroleum and Its Products

Rubber

—.—

Textiles....

.......

United States Treasury Fin

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS
Pas*

Baltimore Stock

41

New York Stock Exchange—Bonds

19

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks

31

64

Chicago Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange

...66

Detroit Stock Exchange

--60

Angeles Stock Exchange

Banks and Trust

Pag*

New York Curb Exchange

68

Boston Stock Exchange

Los

','Vv-

67

Exchange

64

.......

Philadelphia Stock Exchange
Pittsburgh Stock Exchange

61

...69

San Francisco Stock Exchange

62

Municipal Bonds—

Companies—

Domestic

...

Canadian

91

Canadian

Domestic

93

Exchange Seats

Public

Federal Land Bank Bonds

Public Utility Stocks.

Utility Bonds

73
..78

Foreign Government Bonds

Railroad Bonds

67

Industrial Bonds

Railroad Stocks

71

Industrial Stocks

Real

Insurance Stocks

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks

84

Textile Stocks

84

Investing

Companies Securities

Title

Joint Stock Land Bank—

Estate Bonds

Guarantee

and

.112

Safe

Deposit

Stocks

Securities

84

Mill Stocks—see Textile Stocks-

United States Government Securities..91

Mining Stocks

United States Territorial Bonds

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proposals before it were the dominant fea¬

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on

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their

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com¬

Estimates of the expense of the control

provided in the bills varies, but the White House announced
President

that

Roosevelt would

probably veto

appropriation made by Congress for which
revenue

legislation

was

large

any

compensating

no

enacted. * Despite the objections to

the farm bill, congressional leaders hope to have it passed
before the tentative adjournment date, Dec. 22.

business in five years.

Noting the business recession which

Efforts toward stimulating the basic industries were made

has developed since the

adjournment of the previous session

by the President in conferences with utility executives in

of

Congress, the President said that "with the exercise of

ordinary prudence, there is no reason why we should suffer

"Obviously," said the President,

prolonged recession."

any

"an immediate task is to try to increase the use of private

Touching upon the subject

capital to create employment."
of

taxation, the President declared that in accordance with

his

suggestion of last spring, "committees of the Congress,

with

the

Treasury f Department, are
already engaged in studies aimed at the elimination of any
cooperation

injustices in

the

of

"Unjust provisions," said the

tax laws."

our

President, "should be removed, provided such removal does
not create

new

injustices."

Relief from the undistributed

profits levy was promised in the tentative
House

action of the

Ways and Means Tax Subcommittee on Nov. 23 in

order to encourage them in an

to

National

the

Expansion program, and in

Housing Act which would permit

penditure of $16,000,000,000 on housing.
what

the

of

as

the

an

ex¬

Progress toward

basis

for

by private utilities

program

after conferences

Nov.

described

President

000,000 building
President

a

Congress, on Nov. 29, requesting modifications

message to

$1,500,-

a

was

reported

by the President with Wendell L. Willkie,
Commonwealth

the

&

Southern

Corp.,

on

23, and Floyd L. Carlisle, head of the Consolidated

Edison System and the Niagara-Hudson System, on Nov. 24.
Earlier in

the month there

were

conferences between the

President and other utility interests.
used the conferences
convince the

President Roosevelt

Messrs. Willkie and

with

Carlisle to

utility executives that private companies still

approving exemption from the undistributed profits tax of

generated 90% of the power consumed in the United States.*

all

Immediately after the conferences with the President, Mr.

corporations with

an

income of $25,000

or

less, and

a

marked modification in the tax for corporations with larger

While the President considered the matter of

net incomes.

the business recession important, he did not fail to reiterate

Carlisle announced that his companies were ready to under¬
take

expansion program which would call for the

an

hik immediate desire for crop control, wage-and-hour, and

Reports on Nov. 30 indicated that Mr. Willkie, in

regional planning legislation.

randum to

The President has had difficulty in prevailing upon con¬

gressional leaders, who are endeavoring to rush through
tax

revision

action upon

session.

program

before the regular session,

to

a

Rules

House

actual

In his

diate

Committee, that the deadlock of the

over¬

address

an

to the floor of the

Nov. 11.

sary on

Dec. 2.

on

neces¬

trated

The; bill will receive consideration by the

Dec. 13.

In

an

effort to

secure

instead

of the cost

of

repro-'

an

imme¬

to reduce the expense of financ¬

alike.

The President also demanded

promised by Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau in

rule the Rules Committee and force the wage-and-hour bill

House

the

Reduction in expenditures to balance the budget

program.
was

House, received the 218 signatures

of

that the cost of labor and materials be reduced to aid the

bill.

petition, circulated by the leaders to

acceptance

housing message the President called for

revision* of the NHA

refusal to report out a resolution for consideration of the
a

invested

money

and large-scale housing

on

Nov. 23 that the Rules Committee remained adamant in its

However,

recommended

ing construction and to spread benefits of that law to small

wage-and-hour bill in his committee would be broken at this
session, the Democratic leaders of the House announced

and

duction.

the subjects for which he has called the special

Despite the assurance of John O'Connor, Chairman

of the

"write-ups"

utility

a memo¬

the President, had proposed the elimination of

"prudent investment" theory of valuation which considers
the

take

ex¬

penditure of over $100,000,000 during the next two years.

before

the Academy

of

Political

Science

on

The difficulty in reducing expenditures was illus¬

in

the

revolt

of

leading Democratic

Congressmen

against the proposal, contained in a presidential message to

signatures to the

petition and favorable action on the bill, proponents of the
•

Congress on Nov** 30, to reduce the Federal grants to States

threatened to muster 150 votes against the cotton
control sections of the agricultural bill unless the Southern

for

measure

opposed

representatives
changed their

to

the

wage-and-hour

attitude towards it.

road building purposes.

For the first time since Associate Justice Hugo L. Black

took his seat, the

measure

The chances for the

was

cleared

of

docket of the Supreme Court

on

Nov. 22

all petitions questioning his eligibility

the bench.

to

of the bill had been previously lessened when on
22 William Green, President of the American Federa¬

ing the month were: one issued on Nov. 15 holding that a

tion of Labor, demanded that the bill be sent back to the

corporation dissolved by the State of Ulinois could not be

House Labor Committee for reconsideration.

revived for the purpose of

passage
Nov.

as reasons

serve on

He presented

for his demand the fact that labor did not want

under

another Board that would be similar to the National Labor
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Products Co.

Oil

the

an

order

Labor Relations

of the National

Board in its dispute with

still allowed them would be

of homes

replaced by sharper regulation.

Douglas's statement, declared on Nov.
ernmental regulation of the security

-

insurance of construction mortgages
numbers of small homes are to be built.
It is designed to permit the economies of large-scale production so that these
economies can be passed along to the purchaser of a small home under the
Another

loans under mortgages

by President Roosevelt on Oct. 12.
The President, in his
to Congress on Nov. 15, asked action at this session
on wage and hour legislation, crop control, government reor¬

The second

stated:

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'

Roosevelt's

Mr.

bill

farm

is

battle

A

tion

for

which

legislation

flamed

certain

to

of

of its capital. Thus

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Hearings on the bill were opened on Nov. 30 by the House
Banking and Currency Committee.
At the start of the
hearings Stewart McDonald, Federal Housing Administrator,
told the Committee that the enactment of the bill will bene¬
fit all lines of business and industry as well as open the way
to thousands of citizens who have been unable to finance the

as the Senate convened.
seeks immediate considera¬
omnibus

bill,

building of their own homes.
In addition to Mr. McDonald,
H. Jones, Chairman of the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation, and Marriner S. Eccles, Chairman of the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, presented their

new

Jesse

of a Congress session, few bills were filed

the opening day

associations may have
the amount

$1,000,000,000 could be made available if all of the

funds allocated to that purpose were lent.

with the opening of the new
in contrast to

President, who said he would

Corp. to make available $50,000,000 for

outstanding obligations in an amount not to exceed twenty times

members of Congress took place
session. It was observed that,
the deluge of measures usually introduced on

The swearing in

and interest by the government, but

capital purposes. The bills provide that such mortgage

leaders hope* to bring the

Senate

bill to the floor to block the anti-lynch
run into determined Southern filibuster.

reorganization

almost

is

ask the Reconstruction Finance

„

Deal

New

bill.

capital of

exempt.

This follows the recommendation of the

House

Adams, Democrat of Colorado,

B.

the

government

not tax

which required

call,

anti-lynch

over

Alva

Senator

roll

a

message.

reorganization.

government

interest, guaranteed as to principal

The

few minutes and adjourned until 1:30 p. m.

a

the way for the organization by private

associations, which may issue debentures bearing 3%

national mortgage

40 minutes, and then heard
leaders decided to mark time until the
ready instead of proceeding at once with piecemeal bills on

undertook

House

•

.

met for

The Senate

it
,

of 1% on the diminishing balance of a mortgage not

The bills also pave

The President did not

with regard to the new session, it was
^
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15,

:

exceeding $5,400 at the outset.

before Congress to personally deliver his message,
which was addressed to that body in writing and read in the
Senate and House.
In United 'Press accounts from Wash¬
Nov.

face value of the mortgage.

provision is that the FHA may fix the mortgage Insurance

rate at one-quarter

appear

ington,

fix the insurance premium

% on the diminishing balance of the mortgage. At present

is one-half of 1 % of the

message

,\

offered for further reducing the cost to the bor¬

First, the FHA would be empowered to

at one-haif of 1

following the call for the special session issued

ganization, and regional planning.

ry
% to 5% the aggregate to be charged for

accepted for insurance.

■Two other provisions are
rower.

Nov. 15,

the

permits

The bills also reduce from 534

Seventy-fifth Congress convened

session of the

The extra

provision

90% insured mortgage plan.

Seventy-Fifth Congress Convenes—Few Bills Filed
—Filibuster Ensues with Bringing of Anti-Lynching Bill Before
Session—New Members Take Oath of Office

Extra Session of

on

having $500 to construct a $5,000 home,

covering property on which large

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$1,000.

The bills would enable a person

through guaranty by the FHA of a mortgage of $4,500.

30 that further gov¬
exchanges would en¬

r-,0,.</•"

danger the market.

be¬

Senator Wagner declared this was not liberal enough

ment, running from $700 to

effort to bring
Charles R. Gay,
York Stock Exchange, replying to Mr.

President of the New

Hous¬

to 90% of the appraised value
At present mortgages can be secured

thousands of persons could not afford to put up the 20% down pay¬

cause,

interest of investors.

about reforms in the

provisions of the measures authorizes Federal

$6,000 or less.

costing

only to 80%.

Exchange officials in an

Stock

York

New

One of the important

ing Administration to insure mortgages up

negotiations between the SEC and

The statement followed

carry

for

Wagner, Chairman of the Senate Banking and
Currency
Committee, and Representative Steagall
of
Alabama, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency
Committee. Regarding the bills Washington advices Nov.
29 to the New York "Times" said in part:

public interest, the self-government

calculated to serve the

to

Senator

Administration was
marred during the month by the statement issued on Nov. 23
by William 0. Douglas, Chairman of the Securities Ex¬
change Commission, admonishing the Stock Exchanges of
the Nation that unless they reorganize along lines better
the

of

attitude

conciliatory

The

Housing

out the recommendations of President
housing legislation were introduced in the
Sentate and House on Nov. 29. The identical bills designed
to liberalize the National Housing Act were sponsored by
Bills

Roosevelt

Lines.

the Pacific Greyhound

Embodying President Roosevelt's^
Legislation—M. S. Eccles of Federa
Committee Hearing on Bill

Congress

in

for

Reserve System Testifies at House

the gold clause. ' In
agreed to review the powers

Nov. 22 the Court

on

Proposals

of a lease containing

validity

on

Introduced

Bills

of the Universal
Nov. 22 declined to pass

to employees

could not tax bonuses given

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views

on

proposed legislation.

the

with the start of the session.
President

Message of President

Recommendations for Housing Legislation in
Roosevelt

to

Congress on
of legislation curtailing Federal
appropriations for State road construction to approximately
$100,000,000 annually, as compared with similar expendi¬
tures of more than $200,000,000 a year during the depres¬

that this action was a necessary step
achieve a balanced budget.
Mr. Roosevelt
also asked that the unappropriated balance of $200,000,000

It

will

industry and labor to
within the reach of the
The goal at which both industry and labor should aim

mainly

depend

government

on

the

willingness

of

cooperate in producing housing at costs that are
mass

©f

our

people.

production at lower costs to the consumer.

is sustained large-scale

It

is

now

struction

on

clear
the

that
terms

cannot

we

that

were

have

strong revival

a

industry

by

exacted

.

.

.

of housing con¬

last

labor

and

material prices was too
rapid and too great for the consumer
A similar rise in costs
likewise checked production and buying in other industries as well.
The

spring.

The

in

hourly

wage

President stated that

suggesting
/

rise

are

rates

and in
to bear.

"the amendments which I am

of three kinds:

"1. To effect further reductions in financial costs;
"2.

To

tions not
"3.

To

extend
now

the

insurance

of

mortgages

to

types

v

easily available

the

funds

of

institutional

and

.

••

•

opera¬

President Roosevelt Urges Farm Program

more

for the financing of large-scale operations."

1934 were
proposed by the President to make possible, through Fed¬
eral insurance of low-interest mortgages,

ing of large numbers of housing




units.

the private financ¬

k

that unless the new farm program now

A warning

ing in Congress is kept within the present

pend¬

limit of $500,-

available under the Soil Conservation
Act new taxes would have to be imposed to cover the
excess was contained in a letter from President Roosevelt
to Senator Alben W. Barkley, Administration floor leader,
000,000

made

per

annum

public

on

Nov.

27^

The

President's

letter

was

.prompted by a reply by Senator Ellison D. Smith of South
Carolina, on the Senate floor to a query whether there was
sum of $125,000,000, making
for the farm program.
Senator
Smith, who is Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Com¬
mittee, had implied there was.
"In this connection," the
President wrote, "I would like to call your attention to the
fact that while the amount of $625,000,000 has been appro¬

not

"contingent additional

a

available

$625,000,000"

for agricultural

problems not all of this sum has

been provided in the present tax
It

is

obvious

that

a

constant

structure."

increase

of

He said:

expenditures

deficits.
We
of

cannot

hope to

government

the

this

program

is

not

affairs
I

revenues.

farm

feel

within

possible,

without

an

continuation of
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continue on a sound basis of financial management
unless the regular expenditures are brought, within
that every effort should be made to keep th£ new
the present limit of $500,000,000 per annum.
If
I then urge that steps be taken to provide the

equally constant increase in revenues can only result in a

'

Eight changes in the National Housing Act of

Be Limited to $500,000,000

Yearly in Letter to Senator Barkley

"V-:.

individual investors

to

highway authorizations for the current fiscal year be
spread over the next
fiscal years, and that a $214,000,000
highway authorization for the next fiscal year be canceled.
He further urged revision of the highway law to eliminate
the requirement that the Secretary of Agriculture allot to
the States the full amount of authorized highway expendi¬
tures, regardless of actual appropriations or the state of
the budget.
""V.'-/"-''
The President's message was received with disfavor by
some members
of Congress, many of whom defended the
road program and their right to appropriate in whatever
manner they wished.
.
.

priated
•

of housing

adequately provided for in the Act;

make

efforts

for

occupancy." The Presi¬
has made provision,
through assistance to municipal housing, for many of the
most
needy."
"But," he added, "private enterprise and
private capital must bear the burden of providing the great
bulk of new housing."
In presenting his recommendations
for amendments to the NHA, the President declared that
"the success of such a program as this" "cannot be assured
by governmental action alone."
In part, he continued:
"the

He pointed out

sion.
in

ing that is fit for decent human
that

Curtail Road Expenditures

Congress to

Nov. 30, urged the enactment

addressed to Congress
on Nov. 29, recommended a number of amendments to the
National Housing Act "to encourage the private construc¬
tion and financing of housing on a large scale," with a view
to increasing general business activity
and employment.
The message, prepared before the President's departure for
Florida on Nov. 27, declared that "housing constitutes the
largest and most promising single field for private enter¬
prise."
"It is estimated," said the President, "that an aver¬
age of 600,000 to 800,000 dwelling units ought to be built
annually over the next five years to overcome the accumu¬
lated shortage."
"In other words," he added, "we could
build over the next five years 3,000,000 or 4,000,000 housing
units, which at a moderate estimate of $4,000 per unit
would mean spending from $12,000,000,000 to $16,000,000,000,
without creating a surplus of housing accommodations, and
consequently without impairing the value of existing hous¬
stated

Asks

President Roosevelt, in a special message to

Congress

President Roosevelt, in his message

dent

Roosevelt

DEC., 1937]
increase

necessary

MONTHLY

in

to

revenue

farm program in excess of this

meet

under

expenditures

any

the

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10%

new

and

Senator

of

Barkley conferred with President Roosevelt

at

,

Officials
Private

Plans

on

Capital -:;t

for

with

payers the

b/-/..v"

Industrialists

Building

b

Financed

bpb'.-

-

by

'bb'^pibbp'-

System; J.

M.

Commissioner of Labor
States Department of Labor.

Statistics

of

On Dec.

it

was

authority
necessary for its operations through the sale
obligations.
This legislation," the President

Corporation to cover any impairment
by an appraisal of its assets from

shown

to year.
Under this plan each year's
budget will
reflect the losses, if any, sustained
by the Corporation."
The loans to be made on the 1937
corn crop
will bear
interest at 4% per
annum, said Mr. Jones, and will be
made on forms provided
by the CCC containing terms and
conditions prescribed by the

Secretary of Agriculture.

received

Nov.

the

24.

Both

the

view to suggesting revisions and
the elimi¬
inequities which may exist in the
a

Federal

Fred M. Vinson

tax

subcommittee, headed by Representative
of Kentucky, and which
began its hearings

Nov. 4, has tentatively
agreed to several changes in the
tax law.
These proposed changes are to the
on

tax,

capital gains

the

undistributed profits tax,
and gift taxes.
-

While

the

subcommittee

and the

continued

its

Federal

task

of

estate

corn,

Ellison

re¬

vision, and tentatively approved on Nov. 23
complete re¬
vision of the undistributed
profits tax, some 60 Republican
members of the House in caucus on Nov. 23
adopted a reso¬
lution calling for the repeal of the
profits tax,

Of restoring business confidence.
sented

the

at

conference

of

as a

The resolution

the

House

means

was

pre¬

Republicans

by
York, Republican House leader.
Reporting Representative Vinson, Chairman of the sub¬
committee, as saying that the latter's action
virtually com¬
pleted its immediate study of the undistributed
Bertrand H.

Snell

of New

D.

proposed

income.
paper
The

making

changes

retroactive

so

indicated
action

For
rates

of

also take

we

the

follows:

as

corporations
would

tax

subcommittee constituting

be

)bpb,

'

having net

12^%

to

up

,

'"■"
annual

the

$20,000, with all corporations with

For

rates

176,000,

or

corporations

would

be

86%

apply

upon

range

the

from

a

■

'

^

amount

to

1937

of

This

less

and
of

*

than

14%

less

group

of

income

maximum of

more

not

concession

to

by Representative
i

.

the

next

$25,000

ex¬

Smith

than

$25,000, the
in

divi¬

20% to a minimum of 16«%,
income retained by the
corporation.
The
graduation in the rate would decline at the rate of 4/10 of 1% for
every
depending

upon

the

amount

of




House

the

its

on

and

Senate

the cost

on

started

on

measure

on

was

bills

tobacco

of

of about

$600,000,000,

provide
rice.

Committee

of the

Jones

for

of

or

23

Nov.

29.

control

While

on

Nov.

of

Chairman

unable

was

to

separate Senate bill,

Texas,

Chairman

$100,000,000 above the

of

the

expenditure

an

already

sum

Measures whereby
this extra cost is to be financed is left for
determination by
the House Ways and Means Committee.
In

formal report on the farm bill, the Senate
Agricul¬
on Nov. 25 recommended the concentration

a

ture Committee

of control of the dollar into
the

one government
agency to insure
compulsory crop control and restricted mar¬

of

success

keting

programs.
The committee contended that "unless
and until the dollar value is regulated and
stabilized, it will
be impossible to regulate production of farm commodities

in

kind of

any

The

bill

satisfactory manner."
• \
by Secretary of Agriculture

a

declaration

in

Dec. 1 that he

on

its

Senate

form

present
be

made

Dec.

on

2

to

to

was

and

desired

it, prompted

have

Henry

A.

opposed to the Senate farm

the

several

important
in

movement

a

the

recommitted

measure

to

committee.

Secretary
in

measure

Wallace

explained

his

stand

letter to Senators James P.

a

George McGill of Kansas,

on,

of the

sponsors

The deadlock

the

over

Senate

the

Pope of Idaho and
measure.

Wage-Hour Bill to Be Brought Before House for Action

Dec. 13

on

Black-Connery Wage and Hour Bill

broken on Dec. 2, when the
necessary 218 signatures to
petition to force the bill out of the hands of the House

was

the

Rules Committee

were

come

obtained.

before the

As a result the measure is
House for consideration on

13.
The final signature to the petition was that of
Representative Mansfield of Texas who rolled up to the1
clerk's desk in his wheel chair to affix his name to the
petition.
Before the 218th signature had been
secured, a demand
was made for an
inquiry into statements (said the Associated
Press from Washington Dec. 2) that backers of the
wages
and hours bill "swapped everything but the
capitol" to insure
Dec.

a

vote

the

on

measure

House Passes Bill

The

House

on

at the

spec^l session.

,

'

*

>.

Liberalizing Federal Credit Union Act

Nov.

24

passed the special

session's first

bill liberalizing the Federal Credit Union Act
The measure, passed by the Senate toward the end of the
last regular session, was amended by the House in
passing
it on Nov. 24, and so goes back to the Senate for action on
measure,

a

the amendment.
House is from

The

in the New York
The
to

House

added

credit unions

tions Act,
The

and

bill

following bearing on the action of the
Washington dispatch, Nov. 24, appearing

a

"Times" of Nov. 25:
amendment assuring employers
furnishing quarters
they would not be violating the Wagner Labor Rela¬

an

that

because of this the bill

amends

the

Credit

Farm

distributed

begun

provided in the Soil Conservation Act.

comprises approxi¬
!

was

Nov. 22 and the House

on

Senate

debate

Representative Marvin

$25,000 the
on

than

corporations.

incomes
of

major

' b'bb;b/;

$5,000

tax.

American

a

outlined

net incomes

having net annual

based

dends, and would

of all

-

was

incomes

first

empted from the undistributed profits
mately

to

Washington, Nov. 23, to the
the following:

the pressure for revision or repeal of the tax

Vinson

as

From the advices from

legislation

House group, said that his bill would involve

profits tax,

New York "Herald Tribune" added
that he indicated
that doubtless consideration would be
given toward

the

any

pro¬

by its Agriculture Committee

the

and

wheat,

give any estimate

scheduled to

tax

in

Senate

cotton,

amendments

b. During the past month the subcommittee
on taxation of
the House Ways and Means
Committee has been
holding

drafted

Debate

V

;

bill

while the House began

<

Considers Federal Tax
Structure—Tentatively
Completes Revision of Undistributed Profits
Tax—House Republicans for Repeal of Tax—Committee Plans
Profits Tax Ex¬
emptions on Incomes Up to $25,000

of farm

mitted its version to the Senate

Wallace

The

a

gift

the past month when the Senate
Agriculture Committee sub¬

House Subcommittee

of

Federal

»

Congressional consideration

an¬

year

nation

the

l

pointed out, "should authorize annual
appropriations to be

structure.

tentatively agreed to

under

Farm Bills Reported to Senate and
House—{Provide for Control of
Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco and Rice

Congress ''which

hearings with

exemptions

exempt from Federal

United

will provide the CCC with
ample capital and with
to raise funds

as

to
on

and

.

Nov. 3 by Jesse H.
Jones, Chairman of the RFC*
who said that the loans will be
at the rate of 50c. per
bushel of 2Y2 cubic feet for corn
with moisture content not
in excess of
14y2%, and slightly less per bushel for corn
with a greater moisture content.
President Roosevelt, in a
telegram to Mr. Jones under date of Oct.
31, authorized the
RFC to make available
$85,000,000 to the COO for corn and
other loans.
At the same time the President
said that he
had decided to recommend
legislation to

of its capital

taxes

reduce

taxes.

on

made available to the

Treasury Department
capital gains tax based

a

-

crop,

own

the

The subcommittee on Dec. 1 discussed the
possibilities
of revenue from
taxing the salaries of State and municipal
officials and employees which are now

The Reconstruction Finance Corporation has advanced
$75,000,000 to the Commodity Credit Corporation for mak¬
ing loans to producers of the 1937 corn

its

Treasury approximately $19,000,000

requested

and
simplify the present complex estate and
gift tax structure.
The proposal, which, it is estimated,
would raise revenue
ranging from $15,000,000 to $25,000,000
annually, was reached after nearly a week of study with
Treasury experts.

p

of

to

estate

President Roosevelt Authorizes Advance of
$85,000,000 by RFC for
Loans—$75,000,000Made Available to CCC for Loans on Corn

nounced

the

cost

also

1 the subcommittee

posal

Daiger,

the

It

submit revenue possibilities of
flat rate.

former special assistant to Mr. Eccles and
now
financial
adviser to the Federal
Housing Administration, and Isador

Lubin,

would

a

Corp. of America; Henry C.
Turner, President of the Turner Construction Co., New
York; Robert E. Wood, President of Sears, Roebuck &
Co.,
Chicago; Marriner S. Eccles, Chairman of the Board of
Reserve

entire

change such

this

a

building construction financed byf private capital.
Those attending the conference were
invited by the Presi¬
dent and have been designated as a
study committee.
The
group includes S. Sloan Colt, President of the Bankers
Trust Co., New York; Gerard
Swope, President of the
General Electric Co.; Edward F.
McGrady, former Assistant
Secretary of Labor, now Vice-President and Director of
Labor Relations of the Radio

the Federal

its

10% in dividends

option between two different rates, whichever is

year.

as

lating

of

retained

the capital gains and losses
provisions of the tax law,
which would permit
taxpayers to carry over any losses into
the second year to be offset from
any net gains that may
be made in that
year.
It is estimated that a

Government

President Roosevelt on Nov. 10 conferred with a
group of
industrialists and. government officials on means of stimu¬

Governors

corporation

a

If it distributed

in

and

Construction

''bb;b/■ bb':-

if

•

20%.

lowest, at a saving over present rates.
Previously (on
Nov. 9) the subcommittee
tentatively agreed on a change

probably adhere to the Presi¬

Confers

be

Changes in the capital gains and losses taxes'tentatively
adopted by the subcommittee on Nov. 17 would give tax¬

vision, at the special session of
Congress.
He also discussed
the President's letter on the cost of the farm
program and
hinted that Congress would

dent's wishes.

Thus,

would

90%, the tax would be 19.6%, reducing progressively until,
100% of earnings were distributed, the tax rate would fall to
16%.

when

White House on Nov. 27, and at a press conference
following the visit intimated that there would be no tax re¬

Roosevelt

distributed.
rate

retained

the

President

income

earnings, its tax

sum.

based

upon

Union

for

the

ability of

authority to
the unions to

inter-lending between credit unions,

taxes

It

except those on tangible and real
would

exceed

the

permit
rate

of

the

now

Act

Credit Administration

scale
pay

and

beck to the Senate.

down

such

on

the

fees.

removes

property.

taxing of members

taxation for

goes

by giving the

their

from

Governor

of

examination

It

also

such

:

the
feee

provides

unions all

,

holdings, but not to

holdings in similar domestic organizations.

L .■/.'■•bi

4
disposed of today was whether a corpora¬
after expiration of the twoyear limit for winding up its affairs could file a voluntary petition for
reorganization under Section 77-B of the Bankruptcy law.
Justice Sutherland's finding reversed the Seventh Circuit Court's ruling
approving a reorganization plan of the Forty-one Thirty-six Wilcox Building
Corp., owner and operator of a building at that address in Chicago.
"The aim of this proceeding under Section 77-B is to bring about-a reor¬
ganization of a corporation which has been dissolved and shorn of its
capacity to initiate any legal proceedings by the State which possesses, In
respect of the corporation, the power of life and death," Justice Sutherland
wrote:
"It is not a proceeding on behalf of creditors.
It is not a
liquidation proceeding having for its objective the distribution of the
The

Court in Divided Rulings Rejects Federal
Bonus and Upholds Ipwa Levy on
Bonds—Petition Denied for Rehearing of Oil Case Involving

United States Supreme

Right of SEC to

Subpoena Telegrams

Court, by a 5-to-4 decision, on
unconstitutional a Federal tax on bonuses
given to employees of the Universal Oil Products Co.
The
The United States Supreme

Nov. 8 declared

majority opinion was concurred

in by Chief Justice Hughes

Sutherland, Butler and Roberts.
The only other split opinion handed down on Nov. 8 upheld
by a vote of 6 to 3 an Iowa tax on income from what had
previously been declared tax-exempt bonds of the State and
its political subdivisions.
The minority in the latter ruling
and

Justices McReynotds,

practices of the Standard Education Society in selling en¬
cyclopedias and other reference books.
•;
These rulings of the Court were reported as follows in a

of Nov. 8 from Lewis

"The

that

fact

a

United States Supreme Court in Case InvolvUnion—Ruling in Picketing Case and Suit of Northern
^
Pacific Railway Co.
The United States Supreme Court on Nov. 22 agreed to
review a decision involving orders against the Pacific Grey¬
hound Lines, directing the company to withdraw all recog¬
nition from a labor organization it was alleged to have
formed and dominated.
The Court's decision was handed
down after the National Labor Relations Board had ap¬
^

Wood to the

opinion:

obviously false to those who

false statement may be

picketing case, a Washington dispatch to the New York
"Times," Nov. 22, said:
The Board's petition, protesting a ruling of the Ninth Circuit Court,
was
granted during a seven-minute session in which the high court also
rejected the latest challenge to the eligibility of Justice Black and handed
down a number of orders but no written decisions before leaving the bench
until Dec. 6.
// .]//■■■■,
^
In another industrial
dispute review was granted to the New Negro
Alliance, a local organization, in its appeal from a District of Columbia
court injunction against picketing of some stores of the Sanitary Grocery
Co.
The organization states that this picketing arose from refusal to em¬
ploy more Negro clerks in stores in a Negro neighborhood.
The District
Court ruled that the organization was not a labor union and did not come
under
provisions
of the Norris-LaGuardia Act preventing injunctions

a

;

take away
its power to deceive others less experienced.
There is no duty resting upon
a citizen to suspect the honesty of those with whom he transacts business.
"Laws are made to protect the trusting as well as the suspicious.
"The best element of business has long since decided that honesty should
govern competitive enterprises and that the rule of caveat emptor should
not be relied upon the reward fraud and deception."
This statement by Justice Black recalls that made by President Roosevelt
in his special message to Congress on March 29, 1933.
Urging government
supervision of dealing in securities, the President said:
"This proposal adds to the ancient rule of caveat emptor the further
doctrine of 'let the seller also beware.'
It puts the burden of telling the
experienced does not change its character, nor

and

trained

are

.

v

the seller."

whole truth on

and

An hour

half after he read his

a

v".

1

first opinion the Court, through

refused the demand of Florida oil share brokers
for a rehearing, which they asked largely on the assertion that Mr. Black
was
prejudiced against the principles of their case.
They had strongly
urged that he disqualify himself from considering the petition for rehearing,
but the Court's order failed to show it if he did stand aside.
In some quarter there was a disposition to regard as very significant
the fact that an opinion was given to Justice Black to write despite the fact
that the Florida petition was still pending at the time.
It was felt in those
order,

unexplained

an

Justices would hardly have approved this assignment
had they considered his appointment illegal and subject to successful attack.
The Florida oil case was based on protests of threatened seizures of

Securities and Exchange Commission, the litigants
pointing out that Mr. Black, while Chairman of the Senate Lobby Com¬
mittee, had enthusiastically favored similar seizures in the committee's

Standard Education Society of Minnesota, the
Encyclopedia Corp. of Illinois and three officials of the two
H. M. Stanford, H. W. Ward and A. J. Greener.
against

commission

concerns,

Trade Commission case rebuked the
modifying a cease order issued by the

the

Court Decline? to Pass on
Clause—Affects Kansas^City
Emery Bird Thayer Dry Goods Co
• *

United States Supreme

Containing Gold

On Nov. 22 the United States
pass

Validity of Lease
Land Rented by

Supreme Court declined to

the question of the validity of a gold clause in a
for Kansas City lan$ rented' by the Emery Bird

on

lease

■/,'%
Questions concerning validity of the congressional statute
abrogating gold clauses in private contracts were certified
to the high court by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals,

Thayer Dry Goods

Nov. 22,
reviewing ^a
of the Federal District Court at Kansas City hoi

United

said

which

also

decision

Press

advices

stated that

from

Washington

the Circuit Court

on

Washington, Nov. 22, had the
further action:
The Court also denied the government's request that the Court of Claims
be ordered to consider further the suit of Northern Pacific Ry. Co. for
return of $1,500,000 alleged illegally collected by the government,
The suit rose out of the government's operation of the carrier's lines
during the World War.
Early in the 1920's the road was paid approxi¬
mately $12,000,000 by the government on the Federal guarantee of income
v

based

was

on

the conclusion that the Circuit Court

put its questions in proper legal form, lawyers

had not

said.

States

Court"in 6-to-3 Decision

Supreme

Upholds State
Cannot Be

Authority—Finds Corporation Dissolved by Illinois
Revived Under National Bankruptcy Act

•

the United States operated the lines.

The
gether with interest.

than

$10,500,000.
of

Court

The

government

the amount due the carrier at slightly more
government forced repayment of the excess, to¬

United

V /)'■•'

///'"■■/

ruled that because of technicalities the

Claims last March

the repayment, and awarded a
against the government.

did not have power to force

in favor of the company

judgment

Court Withholds Ruling on
Union to Show Need for

Supreme

States

/Strikes—Orders Hosiery

The United States Supreme

"Sit-Down"
Decision

Court on Nov. 8 indicated

that

constitutionality of "sit-down"
strikes is necessary, when it directed the American Federa¬
tion of Hosiery Workers to show cause before Dec. 6 why
an appeal from an injunction granted by the Third Circuit
Court of Appeals against such a strike by employees of the
Apex Hosiery Co. of Philadelphia should not be dismissed
on the ground that the question is no longer pertinent.
United Statei Supreme Court Upholds Right of Virginia tb Tut
ruling on the

it believed no

"Foreign"

Corporations

State

Doing Business in

of Virginia to tax an "out-of-the-State" corpora¬
tion for the privilege of doing business in the State was up¬
held by the United States Supreme Court on Nov. 8.
As to
the decision a dispatch from Washington to the New York
The right

"Times" said:
Atlantic

The

,

Refining

Co.,

a

Pennsylvania corporation,

had protested

Virginia.

The concern,

against a $5,000 entrance fee to sell gasoline in
which had previously done an interstate business

without paying a fee,
sought to do intrastate business on the same basis.
The company paid
under protest the $5,000 entrance fee on its capital of $100,000 and was
eventually rebuffed in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia.
The Supreme Court upheld the high Virginia court in an opinion by
Justice Brandeis, in which Chief Justice Hughes took no part.
United States Supreme

Court Holds

Unconstitutional Philippine

Escheat Act
/>:??If Cf;
f'-V //
United Press advices from Washington it was reported
the United States Supreme Court on Nov% 22 held the

///'/'/
In

that
United

period

Subsequent litigation fixed

>.

gold or
in currency equal to pre-devaluation gold dollar content.
The refusal of the Supreme Court to answer certain in¬
quiries by the Eighth Circuit Court meant (said a Wash¬
ington dispatch to the New York "Times") that the lower
court must try the case and decide the questions itself
before the Supreme Court would reply.
The declination

the

during

was

ing that the specified rent must be paid either in

^/;

.

following to say regarding a

in the Federal

Circuit Court of Appeals for

Standard

^

'

Black's opinion

Mr.

.

United Press advices from

private telegrams by the

Second

picketing.

against' peaceful

quarters that the other

Investigations.

ing Bus

pealed from a ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
that the National Labor Relations Act did not authorize
such action.
Regarding this and the action of the Court in

^

Black said in the

Justice
1

.

.

NLRB Wins Review in

Sutherland, McReynolds and Butler.
Justice Black, as the newest member of the Court, voted
-with the minority in the first instance and with the ma¬
jority in the second.
Justice Black on Nov. 8 also delivered
his first opinion since joining the Court, when he issued a
unanimous ruling upholding the Federal Trade Commission
in its enforcement of orders against allegedly fraudulent

Washington dispatch
New York 'Times" :

by Illinois four years before and

corporate assets.

Justices

consisted of

question in the Illinois case

tion dissolved

of' Oil Company

Taxation

Philippine Escheat Act to be unconstitutional in an action
against the statute by the National City Bank of New York.
The advices said:

The United States

Nov. 15, by a 6-to-3
corporation previously dissolved by the

Supreme Court

decision, ruled that a
State of Illinois could

on

of
National Bank¬
ruptcy Act.
The dissenting Justices were Cardoza, Stone
and Black, while the majority opinion was written by Jus¬
tice Sutherland.
The case was the only one of which the
Court rendered a formal decision Nov. 15.
The Court also
issued orders refusing another attempt by Florida oil share
brokers for a rehearing in their suit against the Securities
and Exchange Commission and to remove Justice Black
from voting on their case on charges of bias.
A week previ¬
not

be

revived

for the purpose

seeking financial reorganization under the

ous

the Court had taken the same

stand.

Outstanding rulings handed down on Nov. 15 were out¬
lined as follows in a Washington dispatch of that date to
the

New

York




"Times":

The

the

required banks doing business in

Act

insular Treasurer

favor

of

certain

the Philippines to transfer

"unclaimed balances" held

to

by the banks in

unheard from for a period of 10 or more years.
opinion was handed down in a brief per curiam decision
Supreme Court of the Philippines Commonwealth, which had

any person

The high court's

reversing

upheld

validity of the statute.

New York Upholds SEC in Suit Against
Under Utility Holding Company Act—
Lower Court, Restraining Company from Use of Mails
Registers with SEC

Federal Appellate Court in

Electric Bond & Share Co.
Sustains

Unless It

A ruling
mission in

in favor of the Securities and Exchange Com¬
to test the Public Utility Holding Company

a case

Act of 1935 was handed down

by\ the United States

Circuit

New York City on Nov. 8, when the
Court upheld the law in sustaining a decision by Federal
Judge Julian W. Mack restraining the Electric Bond &
Court

of

Appeals in

MONTHLY REVIEW

Due., 1937]

in interstate commerce,
SEC under the Act.
The
Appellate Court also upheld the dismissal of Jhe counter
claim of the company and its subsidiaries and affiliates
for dismissal of the injunction against them and for in¬
Share Co.

■

mails

the

using

from

it

unless

General Cummings

junctions against the SEC and Attorney
and others.

Unauthorized "Sit-Down" Strike in General Motor9
Head of U. A. W. A.

Plant Ended hy

"sit-down" strike by 200 workers in the

Committee for Industrial Organization, led

The plants were to have
reopened on Nov. 29.
The Executive Board of the union,
at a meeting on Nov. 22, denounced the strike as illegal and
declared that it jeopardized the position of the international
union.
The Board also criticized the General Motors Corp.
for
"inexcusable and provocative action, delays and dis¬
plants employing 14,721 persons.

in

of the strike was

The conclusion

crimination."
follows

unauthorized strike

and

union

the

in

that

inside"

were

aware

bearing

decided

,

■pany

"on

Those

Motors.

the

long and heated debate among the
fate of the union was at stake and

upon

would

have

also

an

important

„

Goodyear Employeea Ended When Comr
Seniority Rights
ML

Recognizee

three-day*"sit-down" strike which affected 12,000 em¬

ployees in three plants of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
settled on Nov. 21 when members of the United Rubber

was

Workers

America

of

accepted

company

recognized the seniority rights of workers.

proposals which
This issue had

Pending the settlement, 2,000 Ohio
under orders of Governor Davey,
were mobilized in
preparation for possible violence after
the voting.
Counsel for the union, which is an affiliate
of the Committee for Industrial' Organization, on Nov. 22
sent complaints against Governor Davey to the National
Labor Relations Board and the Senate Civil Liberties ComiSittee, asking that the Governor "confine his activity in
precipitated the strike.
Guard

National

strike

matters

troops,

where

to

there

have

infractions

been

of

the law."

Settlement of the strike was reported as

follows in Asso¬
Ohio:

ciated Press advices of Nov. 21 from Akron,
Main
resume

provisions of
work

tonight

1.

Recognition

2.

No

and

further

effective

agreement whereby striking

the
were

8.

employees were to

outlined as:

of plant seniority in layoffs.

1,642 men originally planned
1, unless "economic conditions

layoffs, other than that of

until

tonight,

absolutely compel them."

after

Jan.

.

inversely as they were

Reemployment of men based on seniority,

laid off.
4.

of the Good¬

Prorating of work between Akron and other plants

Strike of Greyhound Buw Drivers in 16 States Ends—New

Contract

Provides H-Cent-a-Mile Wage Increase, Effective July 1, Next

A

six-day, 16-State strike of 1,300 drivers of the Grey¬

hound Bus Lines ended on Dec. 1 following the acceptance

by the drivers of an agreement granting a wage increase

demand of the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen for a closed shop.
Acceptance of
the contract, which will become effective on July 1, 1938,
and continue for one year, followed the issuance on Nov. 29
of %c.-a-mile, but denying the

*

by the company of
turned

by

1

Dec.

an

ultimatum that unless the men re¬

would

they

considered

be

"as

having

resigned."
The drivers affiliated with the Brotherhood had gone on

strike

Nov.

5.5c.-a-mile
increase, with a 200-miles-a-day guarantee for drivers with
three years' experience.
The ^c.-a-mile increase provided
in the new agreement will raise the lowest bracket from
2.6c.

a

on

25, their demands

mile to 2.85c., and

anteed.

The

Greyhound

strike

the highest bracket from 3.9c. to
No minimum mileage is guar¬

lines

affected

operating

service

on

eight

affiliated

extending from
Chicago and St. Louis on the west, to Norfolk, Va., and
Portland, Me., on the east.
The companies against which
the strike was directed were the Central Greyhound, Penn¬
over

an

area

sylvania Greyhound, Eastern Greyhound of New England,
Ohio Greyhound, Capitol Greyhound, Richmond (Va.) Grey¬
hound, Illinois Greyhound and Canadian Greyhound.
York Laundry Workers Given

IS,000 New

Reduction

10%

benefits
workers

handed

wage

were

in

down

10%

in Hours and Other

Wage Increase

Benefits

increase, a reduction in hours, and
York

City

under

an

other

15,000 laundry
arbitration award

by Dr. George W. Taylor of the University
Dr. Taylor acted as arbitrator between

of Pennsylvania.

United

Laundry Workers, Local 300, of the Amalga¬
mated Clothing Workers of America, affiliate of the Com¬
mittee for Industrial Organization, and six associations of
laundry owners.
The award, announced on Nov. 7, was
the

retroactive to Oct. 1.




Nov.

on

30

price schedules, at the mines, for all

i

and

the

regulations

same

bituminous

governing

Both

areas.

coal

the prices and the regula¬

are subject to revision after further consid¬
eration, will become effective on Dec. 16.
The Commission

said

that

it

would

immediately to

proceed

complete

the

establishment of minimum prices in the remaining districts
of the

west

Mississippi River.

Effective Dec. 16, the prices of coal in the East for indus¬
trial and

railroad fuel purposes will be somewhat higher
heretofore, the Commission explained, bringing them
line with the cost of production as provided for in

than
into
the

Bituminous

Act

Coal

of

1937.

However,

prices

for

domestic sizes will be generally lower than average prices ;
for

such

grades

80%

in

the

schedule

price

new

and

affected by the

The areas

past.

marketing arrangements comprise

of the country's bituminous fields

and are generally
Michigan, North
Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Alabama and Georgia.
in

West

Virginia,

Pennsylvania,

Ohio,

Bank for International Settlements] f
*v

International capital movements apparently were studied

with considerable

care by the European central bankers who
comprise the directorate of the Bank for International Set¬

tlements, when the regular monthly meetings were resumed
in Basle, Nov. 7 and 8.- Although the outflow of "hot
money" from the United States is causing no concern what¬
in

ever

this country,

there were indications at Basle that
European recipients feel uncomfortable about
playing host to the fugitive funds.
The extent of the out¬
ward movement from the United States is not popularly
known, of course, but there are various indications that it
approaches respectable figures. Even the inactive gold fund
of the United States Treasury dropped slightly because of
shipments to France and England.
It is more than likely
that sizable amounts of gold held under earmark abroad by
the Stabilization Fund first were liquidated to meet the
demand for European exchange.
The latest quirk in the
capital flow appears to have been stimulated by European
fears that depression conditions might tempt the Admin¬
istration in Washington to devalue the dollar further.
De¬
clining securities markets in New York plainly were an
influence, as well.
France, Switzerland and Holland were the recipients in
of the

some

November

of most of the hot money that moved back to
The French authorities absorbed the sums in their

Europe.

own stabilization fund, to a great degree.
In Switzerland,
according to the exchange of information at Basle, harsh
treatment is being meted out to owners of fugitive capital.
A gentlemen's agreement is reported to have been made be¬

*

tween the Swiss central and commercial banks, whereunder

the latter refuse to accept fresh deposits by foreigners and
insist that existing sight deposits must quickly be turned
time

deposits.

Normal

foreign

business

transactions

exempt from these regulations, of course, as are deposits
arising fro?a foreign purchases of Swiss securities.
For
are

time

deposits of less than six months, the Swiss banks are
making a charge of 1% yearly, while the banks themselves
will pay interest
These

measures

only

on

deposits of nine months

or more.

said to have been approved quite gen¬

are

erally by the directors of the B. I. S.

informed,,

In Holland, the bank¬

extraordinary

efforts are deemed
for control of the fugitive fund problem.
The
future of the dollar was under steady discussion in the
Swiss city, reports state, with less nervousness prevalent
regarding possible devaluation from the present level than
was manifested in public circles.
»
were

ers

no

necessary

.

Reciprocal Trade Treaties

After

long

and

intensive

United

States

>

explorations, the
jointly
Nov. 18 that they contemplate the conclusion of a recip¬

British and
on

rocal

trade

treaty.

This

preliminary

Governments announced

represented

a

triumph

for

the

policy of Secretary of State Cordell Hull, who has pushed
steadily for lowering of
change of goods.
ters

as

world

an

are

international

The

move

also

was

indication

that

the

great

barriers

to

the

ex¬

hailed in many quar¬

democracies

banding>$>gether, in the face of fascist

of

the

aggres¬

sion, but it may be doubted whether that interpretation has
much validity.
The joint announcement was brief, and
merely stated that official negotiations are to be undo
London dispatches made it clear at the same time

taken.

the

that
ences

recently accorded more than

New

rules

in

including a

4.15c. for three-year drivers.

A

sales

into

Oo.

year

minimum

,

Commission

.

the future of the C. I. 0.

on

"Sit-Down" Strike Affecting

A

the

members the

was

course

Coal

Bituminous

soft coal produced in areas east of the Mississippi and in
the State of Iowa, and at the same time promulgated mar¬

time to avert a crisis within

General

with

during

Executive Board

whatever

abandoned in

was

relations

its

General
that

described

dispatch by Louis Stark from Pontiac on

a

Nov. 22 to the New York "Times":
The

National

announced

the strikers from

the building after he had pointed out that the strike was
unauthorized and was condemned by the union as a con¬
tract
violation.
The strike had closed General Motors

as

The

80% of Mines—Areas East

and in Iowa Affected

tions, which

Fisher
Body plant of General Motors Corp., at Pontiac, Mich., was
S ended on Nov. 22 when Homer Martin, President of the
V
United Automobile Workers of America, an affiliate of. the

/:•'$

of Mississippi

keting

'

A six-day

NBCC Fixes Minimum Soft Coal Prices for

with the

registered

5

problem of

Dominions trade and

Empire

held up the matter these many months.

prefer¬

There were

indications early in November that the preliminary explora¬
tions

were

debate

approaching

completion.

In

the

course

of

a

unemployment in the House of Commons, Oliver
Stanley, President of the Board of Trade, made it clear

that

on

he anxiously desired to

United States.

conclude an accord with the

There is nothing in public life,

Mr. Stanley

strives so hard and which he takes
the proposed reciprocal pact. Late in Novem¬

added, for which he
so

seriously as

ber

Sir

John

Simon,

Chancellor

of

the

asked whether war debt negotiations were

Exchequer, was
intertwined with

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the trade treaty discussion, but be assured the House that

fresh evidence of "that community of outlook and attitude

such

.

which

not the case.

was

,

•"'

Fresh

diplomatic explorations were undertaken in Novem¬
ber by the European democracies, at the same time that
the Brussels conference moved to abject failure in the at¬

tempt

to settle the Sino-Japanese war and while the fascist
States were busily enlarging their influence.
The British

Government

another

quite

attempt

obviously reached the conclusion that
to appease the "Have-Not"
countries,

German Reich, was worth trying.

; especially the

Lord Hali¬

Lord President of the British Council of Ministers,
journeyed to Berlin for this purpose, and it is evident that
the results of his soundings will occasion still more diplofax,

.

matic

,

The public knowledge of the endeavor

jockeyings.

slim, for all information has been kept in con¬
fidence.
It is widely reported, however, that the question
of colonies was foremost in the discussion.
French Minis¬
far

so

ters

is

invited to London for discussions on Nov. 28 to 30,

were

and when

they departed only a brief statement was made

public that did not reveal very much information.
fascist countries, meanwhile, cemented their relations
through
Italian adherence to the anti-communist

Germany

by

signed

German Reich started

and

new

anew

pact

November, 1936.
The
against Czechoslovakia

in

pressures

Austria, while the Free

virtual German
:

Japan

and

The

City of Danzig was made

sphere, it is well to note that some of the develop¬

pean

The British

of decided interest to all Americans.

are

{.Government made it clear that it still hopes for American
participation in world affairs.
For a time, indeed, the im¬
pression seemed to prevail in England that our famous
isolation had been ended, as a consequence of Mr. Roose¬
velt's unfortunate speech at Chicago, Oct. 5, in which he
called

for

a

Neville

ister

banquet
of

the

an

essential factor for

current

struggle

a

satisfactory settlement

China

between

and

Japan.

The

speech of the British Prime Minister was generally pacific,
for he also stated a desire for improved relations with "the
two

Powers

great

known

as

now

so

closely

associated

in

what

is

the Rome-Berlin axis."

again

was introduced on the world diplomatic stage.
Premier, Benito Mussolini, espoused the German
cause with a typical demand
that the Reich must be ac¬
corded a place in the "African sun.VJhe British Foreign
Secretary, Anthony Eden, made a^tftter reply in the form
of an invitation for Italy to show the way in any redistribu¬
tion of colonial possessions.
"I do not desire to say any¬
thing about this claim at this moment, so far as it concerns
Germany and ourselves," Captain Eden remarked.
"But I
must declare plainly that we do not admit the right of any
government to call upon us for a contribution when there

The Italian

is

evidence to show that that government is prepared to
make a contribution on its own account."
The Italian
no

Foreign Office struck back sharply at the British authori¬
ties in statements that Italy merely obtained from Great
Britain

France

and

not any part

The
on

stretches

of

desert

and

of the German colonial domain.

discussion

Nov.

sizable

some

17,

capital

for

scope.

The visit

resumed

was

Lord

when

more

Halifax

ostensibly in response to

pointedly

arrived

diplomatic discussions
of the

of

in

Berlin

the

German

widest

possible

in

the

British Minister
an

The

was

hunting

a

question

was

moreover would involve a number of other
The two government noted their common interest

nations."
the

in

and Eastern European countries.

of Central

peace

With

regard to Spain and the Mediterranean the policy of
non-intervention was held fully justified, while the com¬
munication

passed

the Far Eastern problem with

over

a

reference to its gravity.

mere

While

the

Anglo-French conversations were in progress
concluded numerous unofficial reports

and after they were
from London

purported to indicate their trend.

erally agreed that the two countries
colonial

some

for

settlement

to be insistent upon

and

for

but only in return

would

ward

The French Ministers

Europe where there
or where the German

minorities,

was gen¬

off

the

were said

guaranties for the countries of Central

Eastern

bitions

that

It

willing to make

were

concessions to the Reich,

general peace

a

possibility of another war.

important German
Nazis might have am¬
Disarmament and League of Na¬

expansion.

are

tions matters entered into the

discussion, it was said, while
cooperation was still another matter that came

economic
under

Some

review.

indicated

accounts

that

"colonial

a

pool" was under consideration, with Portugal a significant
participant, and the aim that of a redistribution that might
satisfy the Reich. At the close of the London talks a good
of

satisfaction was expressed as to
however, it was indicated that
importance was attached to the meetings.
Delbos left Paris, Dec. 2, for a series of
deal

their trend.

Berlin,

and the Little Entente
mised that

he

would

countries, and it

sound out

little

In

immediate

Foreign Minister
visits to

Poland

generally sur¬

was

sentiment

festering the desired European

with

view to

a

appeasement.

Fascist Bloc

Evidence

afforded

was

fascist

the

on

States

Nov. 6 that the understanding

of

the world steadily is being
day Italy added her signature to
the German-Japanese pact of Nov. 25, 1936, against com¬
munism.
In this singular document the signatories agree
merely, according to official information, to combat "inter¬
among

augmented, for

national

that

on

communism."

But

the

general understanding is,
against

course, that the treaty is directed specifically
Soviet Russia and the territory of the Russian

When
that

peoples.

Italy joined the agreement, Moscow informed Rome
Soviet regime looks upon the act as unfriendly

the

and

as
directly contrary to the treaty of Italo-Russian
amity signed in 1933. In London and Paris it was assumed

that

the

pact against communism actually veils a deeper
which possibly takes in military measures.
It

agreement
is

significant that

versary of

the

November.

enthusiastic celebration of the anni¬

an

original treaty

There

treaty, but

much

was

was

held

in

discussion

additional light was shed
Minister Koki Hirota issued a

Foreign

no

that the pact

is

Japan, late in
of

on

fervent

"spiritual union founded

a

the

curious

its real nature.

on

statement

ideological

unanimity."

By means of the treaty, he added, Germany
philosophy, Italy her Latin culture, and Japan
3-000-year-old traditions.
Mr.
Hirota unfortunately
failedto explain how those traditions and cultural advances
defends her
her

managed to survive many centuries without the pact, and
why they now need such a strange protecting blanket.

CAirta an& Japan

,'1
Drastic

undertaken

invitation to attend

colonial

isolation, and

of

Early in November the question of colonies for Germany
once

Kingdom."

this question was not one that could be considered in

that

quarantine of aggressor nations.
Prime Min¬
Chamberlain spoke at the London Guildhall

Nov. 9, and expressed the view that American

on

influence is

United

accorded "a preliminary examination, and "it was recognized

a

satrapy through abolition in the city of all

political parties save the Nazis.
Before discussing the latest incidents in the strictly Euro¬
ments

happily characterizes the relations between France

so

the

and

European Diplomatic Moves

.

conflict

military

during

exhibition in

the

ferences

northern

Chinese

changes

November,

defenses

Berlin, but it quickly appeared that the con¬
Chancellor Adolf Hitler, General Hermann
Goering and Foreign Minister Konstantin von Neurath were
of great diplomatic importance.
Lord Halifax returned to
London on Nov. 22 without anything being divulged of the

since

both

around

in

the

Sino-Japanese

virtual collapse of
Shanghai and in the
a

for addition to the

nature of his conversations.

occurred

owing to

with

Even while he

was

journeying

the

was

area

that

the

invaders

plainly have marked out
puppet-State of Manchukuo.
So decided
change that talk of mediatory efforts again was

heard, with
the

more

likelihood of plausibility than at any time

undeclared

started

war

near

Peiping

July 7.

on

London, however, Chancellor Hitler declared in an
address at Augsburg that the German people must have
"living space."
This reference to the German demand for

At the end of November, Japanese authorities were issuing
statements to the effect that they would prove "generous

colonies

Such

back to

must

followed by a statement that five

was

elapse,

nations

in

settle

the

down

opinion
to

a

of

the

solution

or

six years

Fuehrer, before
of the problem.

victors," if the

the

have deserved

No

the invasion

were the other
British Ministers informed of the
of the Berlin discussions than invitations were sent
Paris for a visit to London by Premier Camille Chau-

war

declarations
no

could be ended
deceive

confidence and

of China

soon on

nobody,

for

have

their own terms.

promises

Japanese
received

none

since

started with the Manchuria

episode.
most unsatisfactory but

sooner

The Brussels conference

course

generally anticipated end, without having accomplished any¬
thing more than a diplomatic setback for the sponsors.

to

temps arid Foreign Minister Yvon Delbos, for "an exchange

There

of views

progress was made.

In

on

the international

response

to

this

invitation

arrived in London Nov.

with

discussions
to be taken

issued

on

British

toward

the

the departure

the effect that
been held.

a

the

two

Ministers
German

turned

views.

on

A

two

the

leaders

days the
attitude

statement

was

of MM. Chautemps and Delbos to

satisfactory conversations had
were informed of the private
Berlin held by Lord Halifax, it was

The French visitors
Immediate results

not

be expected, ac¬
discussions had clarified

were

to

cording to the account, but the
the atmosphere and helped to remove the
national

French

28, and for the next

number of

and unofficial talks in

indicated.

situation."

causes

of

inter¬

misunderstanding.; The problems of Europe

as a
under review, with particular reference to the

whole

came

future

prospect of disarmament and appeasement, and on
subjects the British and French Ministers claimed

these




was

talk

some

of

came

to

German

a

but

mediation,

no

great

As November ended the Japanese were

pursuing the fleeing defense force near Nanking, in Central
China, while to the north the invaders had things entirely
their

own

The

way.

?^v-r:-\V

fighting

;;;{•

fO .?{'■>'- "yh

desperate on both fronts, early in
November.
At Shanghai the defenders appeared late in
October to be giving ground for strategic reasons.
The
lines in the immediate vicinity of Shanghai, which were
troublesome
force
it

to

was

hold,

were

relinquished

and

the

was

defense

moved quickly back to prepared trenches,
believed a strong opposition to the invaders

was

where
would

possible.
Actually,
however, the
Chinese never
stopped in their retreat.
Things went progressively from

prove

bad
rout

to

from the viewpoint of the Chinese, and the
completed when the invaders, on Nov. 6, landed

worse,

was

important bodies

of

troops

on

Chinese

soil

at

Hangchow

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Bay, not far from

Shanghai.

This enabled the Japanese

to outflank the

defenders, and little opposition was encoun¬
tered thereafter by the invaders.
Defense lines for Nan¬
king, the capital, began to crumble and the Chinese Govern¬
ment

transferred

was

to

Chungking,

far

in the interior.

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ownership by

5.000

,'vr"V/—'

the situation in the five northern Provinces more

was

Three of the Provinces

largely in the hands of the Japanese as the month

were

started.

Taiyuan, the capital of Shansi Province, fell be¬
on Nov. 9, and that large area thus was
added to the Japanese conquest of Hopei, Chahar and Suiyuan Provinces.
Some question existed throughout Novem¬
ber regarding Shantung Province, which the Japanese also
covet, but the uncertainty was not resolved.
There were
insistent reports that the War Lord of Shantung was
attempting to reach a private understanding with the in¬
vaders, and the mere fact that the Japanese forces were
fore

the invaders

halted

the

on

borders

of the

Province lends

all

Keen

statements.

interest

time ago.

some

throughout

November in the possibility of Russian aid for the
ers,

as

defend¬

the approach of cold weather made extensive troop

movements

that
nese

this sum having been
pay the 4,000 to

The money to

individual

recipients of royalties will be raised as
through the flotation of British Government securi¬

needed

ties.

Valuations

be

to

are

assessed

the

on

basis

indi¬

of

vidual holdings as of Jan. 1, 1939, with owners to receive
the benefits in the meantime, but the task of determining
the awards will begin Jan. 1, 1938.
In order to carry out
this change a

Coal Commission is to be appointed by the

government, no member of which may be a Member of Par¬
liament or interested directly in the industry.
The bill
contains three
method

main

clauses

or

sections,

which call for

a

of

unifying coal royalties, for procedure to effect
colliery amalgamations when necessary, and for continuance
of current marketing schemes in the interests of coal users.

color to

some

taken

was

the fact that the Con¬

royalties remains £66,450,000,

determined

d;■')■ French Progress"

■

the

startling nature of this

is taking the step to nation¬
alization, while the "sickness" of the industry also amelior¬
ates the measure.
Under the Coal Bill, the purchase price

weeks.

Nor

The

servative regime now in power

of

favorable to the Chinese defenders.

1942.

July 1,

scheme is mitigated to a degree by

At the end of November the Japanese were pushing rapidly
toward Nanking, which they expected to occupy in a few
71

7

possible for the Soviet regime.
But it appears
merely sold airplanes in quantity to the Chi¬
regime and did not take a hand in the affair. Both the
Russia

Japanese, and Chinese leaders

reported casting about
expensive conflict, and
German authorities stepped forward in an attempt to play
the role of mediator.
The fighting continued, however, and
genuine peace moves are awaited with anxiety, * Many
unfortunate incidents involving British, United States and
other nationals occurred, usually as the* direct consequence
of the Japanese aggression, but the invariable results were
suave apologies by the Japanese.
The Nine-Power Treaty conference on the Sino-Japanese
was: assembled at Brussels,
Belgium, on Nov. 3, and ad¬
journed on Nov. 14 with nothing accomplished.
As all the
world knows, the Belgian Government sent out the invita¬
tions for the conference at the suggestion of the British
Government, with the approval of the United States Gov¬
ernment.
Early in November, however, British authorities
did their best to place the responsibility/for the gathering
solely at the door of the United States.
The conference
were
for means to end the dreadful and

H"?

French Parliamentary debates on the Left Front program
were resumed on Nov. 16, when the Chamber and
Senate
assembled after

four

a

months'

The immediate

vacation.

task

facing the Chautemps regime is that of achieving the
lcng-promised balancing of the budget, and it is likely that
some0stringent arguments will take place before the esti¬
mates finally are adopted.
A slightly more Rightist trend
has been apparent
is

an

in France of late, and one of the effects
wages of civil employees.
It is on

attempt to reduce

this matter that the greatest

difficulty is foreseen.

Several

fortuitous events, meanwhile, have tended to strengthen the

Chautemps Government.
considerable volume in

Capital moved back to France in
recent

months, owing to fears that

fiesh devaluations of the United States dollar and possibly
the pound sterling might result from the business recession

here.

The gold and

made

it

foreign exchange

reserves thus acquired

possible for Finance Minister

,

announce on

London bankers

early this year would be repaid without
solidarity of the Left Front elements

Internal

renewal.
was

Georges Bonnet to

Nov. 13 that the £40,000,000 loan obtained from

heightened

sharply, later in the month, when it

was

disclosed most opportunely that a widespread plot had been
uncovered for restoration of the monarchy.
Premier Chau¬

moved in

temps warned the Chamber of "unhappy surprises of ter¬

its

rible

own

Nov.

6

a haphazard fashion, with a plain realization of
futility. The Japanese Government was invited on

the

for

second time to

send

delegates for

an

"ex¬

gravity,"
caches

arms

and

and

then

change

organization known

After

who

of views," and Japan declined without thanks.
debating the Japanese answer for a few days the
conference issued, on Nov. 14, a statement branding Japan
as the aggressor.
The Japanese Government countered with
a statement of its own, on Nov. 15, in which the conference
findings were termed "laughable," owing to the presence of
a Russian representative. <
There were actually 19 nations

represented at Brussels, and 15 of these joined in the con¬
demnation of Japan.
Italy consistently opposed any meas¬
ures calculated to wound Japanese
susceptibilities, if any,
while the three Scandinavian countries refused to vote be¬
cause

they felt dissatisfied with the

mere

verbal castigation

of the invaders.,

throughout

in the

Spanish civil war were at a low ebb
November, with the impression created that

international

negotiations of

one

sort

or

another

were

in

adjust this conflict and end the senseless
No official intimations of any sqch developments

to

progress

slaughter.

appeared, however, and international aspects of the war re¬
cloudy and uncertain.
At the start of November
there was a general expectation that General Francisco
Franco would start without delay a decided
offensive
against loyalist armies on the Aragon front or at Madrid.
But delay followed delay, and only skirmishes took
place
during the month.
Airplanes were used in bombing expe¬
ditions by both sides, but even there forays lacked the
vigor and scope of similar moves before the fall of Gijon
to the insurgents. At the end of November it was reported
mained

from French frontier points that General Franco had issued
an

ultimatum for the unconditional surrender of the loyalist

regime at Barcelona, with a general offensive the alterna¬
tive.
There was, of course, no such surrender by the
loyal¬

ists, and the actual developments seem to be somewhat mys¬
terious.
The question of foreign intervention was consid¬
ered again by the London non-intervention group, with
signs
of progress,
moves.

but there is doubt as to the sincerity of the
Italian spokesmen moved for an equal withdrawal

of troops from either side in Spain, but it is well established
that the insurgent allies of Italy have many more "volun¬

teers"

at their disposal than the loyalists.
The London
Non-intervention Committee got to the point where a census
of the foreigners serving/with the opposing armies was
debated.
no

Such

support

was

a

census was favored by the
loyalists, but
extended the proposal by the insurgents,

for obvious reasons.

disclose
of

an

details

of

underground

Les Cagoulards, or the Hooded Ones,
a monarchy as their aim.
The Duke

of Guise, pretender to the French throne, added the finish¬
ing touch by a statement, from his exile in Belgium, urging
restoration of the monarchy.
,

Brazilian Dictatorship and Debts

,

Changes of the most sweeping nature, affecting both the
political and economic organization of Brazil, were effected
in that country during November.
With a deplorable lack
of

regard

Vargas

constitutional procedure, President Getulio
Nov. 10 suddenly abolished the existing regime

for

on

and established

an absolute dictatorship under his own lead¬
A fresh Constitution was proclaimed with a corpo¬
rative feature and other trimmings that are reminiscent of
the European fascist dictatorships.
In a radio address in¬
forming the people of the change, Dr. Vargas made vague

references
and

arms

to

a

transfer of political

to the necessity

legislative

Coal Nationalization

proposals for

the

long-discussed na$

tionalization of the British coal mining industry were made
known in London, Nov. 12, in the form of a
government
bill designed to bring all coal reserves under government




battles to the field of

for resisting disintegration.

It

happens, however, that a campaign for a Presidential elec¬
tion was in progress, in accordance with the former con¬
stitutional provision that a President may not succeed him¬
self.
it

All this

is

was

cut short

significant that the
of

term

office

for

the

by Dr. Vargas, of course, and
Constitution lengthens the

new

President

to

six

years

from

four

and omits all references to the former prohibition of

years,

terms.
The method of this coup d'etat aroused
world-wMe interest, and at first it was suspected that the
influence of European fascism might be reaching down into

successive

South America.
Actually, however, the move seems to be
nothing more than the usual Latin American expedient for
continuing the hold of a dictator on office.
There

nected

were

more

two

or

less

startling

economic

directly with this

developments,
event.

When

con¬

Dr.

proclaimed the new Constitution whereunder he
will remain in office, he also declared that the exigencies
of the situation required the suspension of all service on
foreign debts. This was explained on Nov. 13 as due to low
prices for such important Brazilian products as coffee and
Vargas

"But because the United States is Brazil's greatest
market," Dr. Vargas added, "we cannot forget that situation
in an understanding with our American creditors, who de¬

cotton.

serve

our

special consideration."

Finance Minister Arthur

de Souza Costa was authorized on Nov. 20 to begin negotia¬

tions with creditors for new agreements "within the realm
of possibilities."
This latter incident occasioned a little
hopefulness for early adjustment of the complete default

in New York and London.

British

Specific

to

activities

ership.

Spanish Civil War
Hostilities

as

said to have

were

proceeded

of various

It was pointed out in both cen¬
that no faintest economic basis actually
exists for the suspension of the modest payments under
the Aranha plan, which was due to expire early next year
in any event.
Already some preliminary negotiations had
taken place for a successor agreement on debts, and it was

ters,

however,

well understood that the Brazilians

payments,

applying

well afford to pay far more

Aranha

hoped to reduce interest

the savings thus effected to
But economic experts are agreed that Brazil

while

amortization.
can

MONTHLY

i

8

than the schedules of the

It is thus assumed that the complete' sus¬

plan.

EEVIEW
middle

the

since

of

buying was principally for
estimated to be about 70%
covered.
The undertone in the lead market was steady at
the close of November, while new business in zinc was
almost at a standstill.
Business in tin was dull during the
December

August);

which

delivery,

is

pension of payments was little more than an effort to gain a

earlier part of the

better bargaining position.
To some degree, however,

tic market during the week

tions

quotations here.

such comments and considera¬
on Nov. 3, of the long
and costly valorization scheme.
It was announced simply
that the price-control program would be abandoned and open
Some destruc¬
competition for coffee once again restored.
tion of coffee will continue, but only minor grades here¬
after will be burned.
The vast system of special taxes and
affected

are

by termination,

this sensible

export levies naturally fell to the ground with
abandonment of a precarious and expensive

valorization
program.
Coffee prices in the world markets dropped sensa¬
tionally, since it means that a flood of the Brazilian product
will spread over the world.
Because of the wider distribu¬
tion of the Brazilian article, it may be doubted whether the
national

of Brazil will suffer from

finances

the abandon¬

Indeed, it is quite possible that larger supplies of
foreign exchange will result from the change and the greater
ment.

of Brazilian coffee. On this basis, the
suspension of all debt service appears rather premature.
Dispatches from Rio de Janeiro indicated that the termina¬

world consumption

of

tion

valorization

coffee

the

occasioned

scheme

some

apprehension but more relief, as it long has been apparent
that the coffee program was destined to go the way of all
such artificial restriction and control schemes.

month, but

London Metal

United States tin deliveries in November

5,195 long tons as against 8,210 tons in October and
5,345 tons in November of last year.
United States tin
were

deliveries in the first 11 months of the current year totaled

76,645 long tons against 67,065 tons in the same period last
year.
World's visible supply of tin at the end of November,
including the Arnhem and Eastern carryovers, totaled 24,389
tons compared with 22,864 tons at the close of October.
Electrolytic

was reduced on Nov. 4 from 11.75c.,
Valley, to 11.50c.; on the following day to
11.00c., and on Nov. 23 to 10.75c., the lowest price reached
since Dec. 19, 1936, when this metal was quoted at 10.50c.

copper

Connecticut

Lead at New York declined
and

est

figure reached since Nov. 9 last

dropped

on

Nov. 22 of this

the 26th to

on

Nov.

on

5.60c.,

November,

steel

operations again falling off sharply and steel scrap
prices declining $1.91 a gross ton during the month.
Major
non-ferrous

metal

quotations

dropped to new low levels
"Steel" of Cleveland, in its issue of

for the current year.

Dec. 6, stated in part as follows:
"Some indications are
appearing that the decline in steel production has reached
close to the bottom.
Consumers continue to operate largely
from inventory, but some buying of small lots is being done,
indicating depletion of stocks in various lines.
Some steel

producers

October,

booked

much

as

indicating

business

leveling

a

of

in

November

demand.

The

as

in

forward

outlook points to continued quiet until the end of the year,
with some recovery after stock-taking and somewhat better
demand in all lines through the first quarter.
Apparently
the scrap market has reached practically the bottom of the
current

movement, as indicated by a rise of 50c. in

making grades

in the East and

steelunchanged quotations at

other important consuming centers.

It appears that present
prices are too low to tempt tonnage out, and supplies are
becoming scarce.
Pig iron production in November declined
28.2% from the October average daily rate to 66,925 tons.
This is the lowest rate since March, 1936, when it. was
66,004 tons.
In November last year the rate was 98,331
tons.
Total pig iron production dropped 30.5% to 2,007,740
tons, lowest since February, 1936, when 1,838,932 tons were
produced.
Total pig iron output for the 11 months ended
Nov. 30 was 35,205,374 tons, a gain of 7,647,862 tons, or
27.8% over the corresponding period in 1936.
November
pig iron operations were at 49.1% of capacity, the lowest
rate since March, 1936, when it was 48.5%."
The "Iron
Age" composite price of steel scrap dropped sharply in all
markets, declines being reported as follows:
On Nov. 2
from $14.83 to $14.42 a gross ton; on Nov. 9 to $13.50; and
on Nov.
16 to $12.92, the lowest quotation since June of^
1936, and $9.00 below this year's peak, which was reached
on March 30.
No changes were noted in the "Iron Age"
composite prices of finished steel and pig iron, which held
at 2.605c. a pound and $23.25 a gross ton, respectively, as,
compared with 2.249c. for finished steel and $19.73 for pig
at the close of November last

iron

The

operating

30, 1937, at 42.50c.,

of October of

At

close

the

of

of

steel

November

operations were

tion

sentiment

as

follows:

than

dull,

domestic

The domestic

was

business

for

the

27, 1937, by 7% fewer mills was 23% less than the
(revised figure) of the preceding week, while ship¬
ments were 13% below and new orders 7% below the corre¬
sponding figures of that week.
Production as shown by
output

softwood mills reporting for both

1937 and 1936 was 18%
corresponding week of 1936; shipments
were 23% below, and new orders 42% below the correspond¬
ing totals for the same week of last year.
During the week ended Nov. 27, 1937, a total of 536 mills
below output in the

>

produced 146,197,000 feet of hardwoods and softwoods com¬
bined ; shipped 135,379,000 feet, and booked orders for 136,887,000 feet.
Revised figures for the five weeks preceding
follow:

Nov.

Sales

of

10,

copper

and

for

Nov.

21,035

booked

by




186,018,000
212,500,000
216,305,000
236.296.000

0

All

Shipments
165,795.000
151,610,000
185,100,000
218,915,000
204.879.000

189.440,000

666

573

;

,

Orders
146,900.000
147,020,000
167,945,000
172,972,000
176,604,000

regions but West Coast and Northern pine reported

the week ended Nov. 27, 1937,

below production in

orders

and all except these two reported shipments below produc¬
tion.
All regions reported orders below those of the corre¬

sponding week of 1936; all but West Coast reported ship¬
ments below last year's week,
and all softwood regions
reported production below that of the same week
Hides, Leather and Footwear

of 1936.

*

The First National Bank of Boston, in its

"New England

Letter," under date of Nov. 30, discusses these markets as
follows

:

'vV-

.

-'S:

,-r

"Trading in the packer hide market was resumed on a
moderate scale during the month, but before the activity
could carry through to

industry, hide
postponed. y:

prices

the leather or shoe divisions of the
declined further and trading was

.X:.jv'.'.'
seasonal spurt in August, shoe
production has declined steadily since March.
Commenc¬
ing with July, production each month has run below the
corresponding period of last year and estimates for October
indicate a drop of more than 25% below October, 1936.
Despite the decline of 27% from the peak, it is significant
that production in September continued above the 10-year
"With the exception of a

average

for that month.

Stocks continue heavy in

conse¬

would, therefore, be a healthy development
should the final figures for October and November indicate

market for

quence.

week

further

It

curtailment.

<

'

shoes have held up

favorably with gen¬
eral trade, and there has been no widespread markdown of
prices since September. The general downward trend of all
commodities, however, has been paralleled by hide prices
and the undertone of the shoe market is unsettled.
This
"Retail sales

The

producers of lead during the week ended
Dec. 1 was in fair volume, involving 4,935 tons, compared
with 2,653 tons in the preceding seven-day period and 8,675
tons in the week ended Nov. 17 (the best week's business
ness

574
564
608

Though

tons.

Production}

Mills
—

30

7,271 tons in the week ended Nov. 3.

November totaled

■

Oct. 23

Oct.

re¬

foreign copper market was active during the last week of
the month under review, and also moderately higher.
Busi¬

'

Week Ended—

Nov. 20-.
Nov. 13

Dec. 1, including average price contracts, totaling

ended

business booked and 8% heavier

Nov.

ended
6,005 tons
as compared with 2,736 tons in the preceding week, 7,503
tons in the week ended Nov. 17, 3,418 tons in the week
copper

new

reported shipments.

Due partly to the Thanksgiving
holiday, reported production and shipments were appreci¬
ably lower and new orders were slightly less than in the
preceding week.
All three items, as reported, were below
the corresponding week of 1936, even though the maritime
strike was seriously retarding operations at this time last
year.
National production reported for the week ended

is

for non-ferrous metals.

7% greater than

was

better, because of some encouragement from
Washington, the improvement has not been reflected in the
markets

the National Lumber Manufacturers Associa¬

from

regional associations covering operations of im¬
portant hardwood and softwood mills.
Reported production

ported to be at the rate of 75.9% of capacity;
As to non-ferrous metals, "Metal and Mineral Markets"
during the month stated in substance

i.:;

Lumber Movement'

lumber

to reports to

year.

year

against 48.25c. at the close

industry during the holiday week ended
stood at 43% of the 1929 weekly average of
production and 41% of average 1929 shipments, according

companies

last

as

the current year.

Nov. 27, 1937,

having approxi¬
mately 98% of the steel capacity of the industry, according
to the American Iron and Steel Institute, was scheduled
at the rate of 29.6% for the week beginning Nov. 29, the
lowest since the week of Dec. 3, 1934, when operations were
reported at the rate of 28.8% of capacity.
It also compares
with 31.0% for the holiday week beginning Nov. 22; 36.4%
for the preceding seven-dav period; 41.0% for the week be¬
ginning Nov. 8, and 48.6% for the week beginning Nov. 1.
rate

or

Zinc at New York

year.

from 6.10c. to 5.85c., and
to the lowest level since Dec. 12,
year

Tin at New York again moved downward and closed

1936.

The

further setback in

Nov. 3 from 5.50c. to 5.25c.,

throughout the remainder of the month, and was the low¬

Steel Trade—Non-Ferrous Metals
a

on

the day following to 5.00c., the latter price holding

on

:■

The steel trade suffered

active in the domes¬

was more

ended Dec. 1 as prices on the
Exchange rose and brought slightly higher

•

has

of

expedient a policy of reducing inventories and
buying is on a strictly hand-to-mouth basis.
factories, in consequence, have had to curtail opera¬

made

distributor
Shoe

speculative forward
buying carried production at high levels well into Novemtions much earlier than last year; when

MONTHLY

Dec., 1937]

Inability to book orders at profitable prices has

ber.

caused

In some factories, on the
other hand, agreements have been made with labor unions
to accept blanket reductions in wages.
"Because of these conditions, demand for leather has
been dull.
Whereas some inquiry developed when sole
the

discharge of many workers.

leather prices were

reduced approximately 5c. a pound,

the

subsequent sharp drop in hide futures caused a sudden with¬
drawal of interest.
Tanneries are operating on much re¬
of

view

estimated

schedules

duced

the

at

about 40%

of capacity.

In

difficulty in closing final sales on a

tanners'

falling market, however, it is likely that a moderate amount
of leather has accumulated although the tanners' inventory
lessened

been

losses have

by their relatively low holdings

of hides.

"More hides than usual are now being

carried by the big

packers as the result of the stalemate which continued for
10 weeks.
Over 1,500,000 hides are estimated to have
accumulated
hides

are

packers' hands and an additional 1,000,000

in

withheld by the government or

certificated on the
the leading

packing houses announced a new marketing policy whereby
it will withhold accumulated stocks but will offer the
equivalent

each

of

week's

supply at

substantially lower

This shift in policy has stimulated moderate pur¬
by many tanners at prices considerably below the

prices.
chases

level of last August.
"The

recent

drop

*

futures

of

carried values below

the

equivalent of 834c. for light native cows, the lowest figure
since 1934.
This decline of over 50% in futures since midAugust has canceled in three months the gain of the pre¬
ceding three years."
.
]
.

Graing

,

,

Extremely irregular price trends were witnessed in do¬
mestic wheat markets during the past month.
Prices ruled
firm at the outset, then

later recovered

Various factors

reacted

a

little over 10c. a bushel,

most of this loss and again turned easier.
were

responsible for these price changes.

Exporters entered the market only at intervals following
reports of frost or rain damage to the crop in the Argentine.
As their support was spasmodic, prices lost ground on the
month.
Low temperatures, frost and rains in various sec¬
tions of the Argentine injured the crop.
Estimates, how¬
ever, as to the extent of the damage varied considerably.
Nevertheless, the general belief is that some damage has

occurred

and

the crop will not exceed

200,000,000 bushels

compared with last year's harvest of 247,000,000 bushels.
In addition to the size of the Argentine crop there f re other
as

limiting influences that will have to be taken into consid¬
eration.
Old crop supplies are practically exhausted and

undoubtedly many "holes" remain to be filled.

This factor,

together with the fact that about 30,000,000 bushels are
generally purchased by Brazil, indicate that only moderate
amounts will be left for Europe.
Aside from occasional
spurts of export buying in the domestic markets, prompted

unfavorable Argentine conditions, the foreign de¬
domestic grain failed to show any encouraging
increase.
However, confidence that the export trade might
pick up was bolstered by the Argentine situation.
Also
by reports that Russia had practically withdrawn from
by

for

market

and

ment between

news

that

the United

the

contemplated trade agree¬
Great Britain would

States and

provide for a reduction of the British import duty of United
States grain.
Unless the exports increase during the next
few

months, it is feared that the carryover will amount to

200,000,000 bushels on July 1, 1938, compared with 91,000,000
bushels on July 1 of this year and an average of 115,000,000
bushels.
While oats moved within narrow limits, corn and
rye

ruled more or less easy, with final prices lower.

Corn

prices trended persistently lower in rather quiet trading.
The country sold rather freely, while consumptive demand
was

/''j

V'

1

Coffee

■'

Coffee

"futures"

markets

not

particularly

active, with the result

that

visible

were

demoralized

during the

past month with prices suffering one of the sharpest breaks
in the

history of the.commodity.
News that Brazil had re¬
old policy of supporting prices prompted
general world-wide liquidation.
Behind the losses was the
closing of the Brazilian markets and the statement that
Brazil intended to reduce the export tax on coffee of 45
milreis (or about $3.05) per bag by 75%, a reduction equiva¬
lent to about 124c. per pound.
It was claimed that this
action was due to the lack of cooperation by other producing
countries.
The market was subjected to further unsettlement as a result of political developments in Brazil and the
establishment of a dictatorship there by President Vargas.
Exchange restrictions were eliminated, meaning that ex¬
porters may sell their bills of exchange in the open market
and not required to turn over part of their bills to the Bank
versed its 31-year

of

Brazil

likewise

as

heretofore.

demoralized,

It is too early to

make

Markets

and little
any

for

actual coffee

business

was

predictions how far

were

transacted.
or

how long

the competition between coffee producers will last.
It is
believed in some quarters that if prices keep on declining, it
is

quite likely that a new conference of producers may take
place for the purpose of trying to cooperate on the|hstablishment of production and export quotas.
/
No. 7 Santos was quoted on Nov. 30 at 7 24 @7%e., against
1024 @1034o. Oct. 30 (Oct. 31 was a Sunday); the same as
Sept. 30, 1034c. Aug. 31; 1024@10J4c. July 31; 1024c.
June 30, the same as on May 29 (May 30 fell on a Sunday
and May 31 was a holiday); 1024@1034c. April 30; 1024c.
March 31; llJ4e. Feb. 27, and 1034@1024c. Jan. 30.
No. 7 Rio was quoted on Nov. 30 at 624c., against 9c.
Oct. 30 (Oct. 31 was a Sunday); 934c. Sept. 30, the same
as on Aug. 31; 924c. July 31, the same as on June 30; 924c.
May 29; 924c. April 30; 924c. March 31; 924c. Feb. 27, and
924c. Jan. 30.
Rubber

the

mand

the

Agriculture, in announcing quotas for next year, may take
year's quotas were lifted some¬
what higher than necessary.
Private estimates place the
total 1938 quota in the neighborhood of 7,000,000 tons.
Sales of Cuban raw sugars during the month consisted of the
following c. & f. exclusive of duty:
On Nov. 4, November
shipment at 2.35c.; on Nov. 5, prompt at 2.35c., and late
November shipment at 2.32c.; on Nov. 9, prompt at 2.35c.;
on Nov. 10, prompt at 2.40c. and January shipment at 2.38c.
and 2.40c.; on Nov. 12, prompt at 2.45c., and second half
November shipment at 2.43c.; on Nov. 16, November ship¬
ment at 2.42c.; on Nov. 18, prompt at 2.45c.; on Nov. 19,
January shipment at 2.40c., and on Nov. 27, prompt at
2.40c.
The -wholeasle list price for refined, immediate de¬
livery, was quoted at 4.85c. until Nov. 10 when some re¬
finers lowered the price to 4.80c. thus making a range of
4.80 to 4.85c.
On Nov. 13, some refiners again lowered the
price to'4.75c. making the range 4.75 to 4.85c. at which
levels it stood during the remainder of the month.
into account the fact that this

In early November one of

futures exchange.

9

REVIEW

Crude rubber started the month in

a

somewhat steadier

fashion.

Shipments from the Far East declined sharply, and
the impression gained ground that the International Rubber
Regulation Committee at its meeting Nov. 30 would cut the
export quota for the first quarter of 1938 more drastically
than had been estimated.
A moderate amount of factory

purchases also helped to improve sentiment. Later during
the month another recession carried quotations to new lows,
due to the disappointing October consumption figures and a
further aggravation in the Akron labor situation.
In the
closing week of the month* prices steadied mildly as the
imminent meeting of the I. R. R. C. caused wide-spread
covering of short commitments. The better tone of the stock
market and a favorable Malayan census report for October
also served to create a steadier undertone.
Following the
decision of the I. R. R. C. Nov. 30 to reduce the export

supplies accumulated at a rapid rate.
It was announced quota for rubber for the first quarter of lOSS^from 90% to
during the month that the government would lend farmers
70%, a wave of buying both here and abroad developed and
from 50c. to 44c. per bushel, according to moisture content.
prices closed sharply higher.
0
In Chicago the December option for wheat closed on
Ribbed smoked sheets for spot delivery were quoted at
Nov. 30 at 8924c. as against an opening price of 96%c. on
1524c. asked Nov. 30 against 15 ll-16c. Oct. 30 (Oct. 31 was
Nov. 1.
At Winnipeg the December wheat option closed at
Sunday), 1724c. Sept. 30; 1824c. asked Aug. 31, the same
110%c. as against an opening of 118 94 c. on Nov. 1.
Decem¬ as on July 31; 1924c. asked June 30; 2024c. asked May 29;
ber corn in Chicago closed on Nov. 30 at 51 %c. compared
21 3-16c. asked April 30; 2624c. asked March 31; 22c. asked
with an opening of 57%c. on Nov. 1.
December oats closed •Feb. 27, and 2124c. asked Jan. 30.
at 3024c. as compared with an opening of 30%c. on Nov. 1.
Textile»
December rye closed at 64c. as compared with an opening
The textile trade continued very dull, with adverse weather
of 74c. on Nov. 1.
'
conditions and the further slackening in general industrial
- ."'I
s
Sugar
activities constituting the main retarding factors.
Retail
■

.

.

.

Price fluctuations in the sugar "futures" market were

con¬

fined within comparatively narrow limits during the past
month with the general undertone steady.
A strong spot
situation and improved demand for raw sugars as well as
for refined were encouraging factors.
Holders of raw sugars
showed little disposition to press

offerings, despite the fact
fixed for this year are in excess of probable con¬
sumption.
It is possible that some of the areas to which
quotas have been assigned will not be able to supply the

trade made

a

disappointing showing, and substantial declines

in the volume of sales as compared with the corresponding

month of last year, were

recorded in many sections of the
While unseasonally mild temperatures were in
part responsible for the reduction in consumer buying, the

.country.

^serious contraction in industrial activities resulting

in

grow¬

considerably smaller than

ing unemployment and in a general weakening of the pur¬
chasing ability of wide sections of the populace, was the chief
factor in causing the current stagnation in trade.
A feature
of the month was the growing disposition on the part of
merchants to resort to special promotions, at substantial

a
year ago with some refiners believed to be in need of sup¬
plies.
It is claimed that the firmness of the^aw sugar mar¬
ket has been partly due to a feelingjhat the Secretary of

price concessions.
Wholesale trading plainly reflected the
unsatisfactory state of retail business, also the uncertainty
over the maintenance of the price structure as well as con-

that quotas

entire amount allotted to them.

hands of refiners and imports are




Stocks of

raw sugar

in the

MONTHLY

10
misgivings

over

Nov. 27 of 3,425,800 barrels was off nearly 150,000 barrels
from the previous week and was 83,200 barrels less than

certain improvement

•

of domestic

mills from

the

market,

and

then for

8.13c.

Nov.

Another reaction

12.

carried

Nov. 26

for

Texas

East

period might be extended until Feb. 1 quickly brought
out a committee' of East Texas operators to fight any exten¬
sion unless it included the entire State.
Sunday shutdown pared production for Texas nearly

The

70,000 barrels in addition to the Nov. 10 reduction of 70,000
barrels ordered effective Nov. 15, the most drastic slash in
State's

petroleum production since 1928,
ordered the closing of the East
Texas fields.
The Nov. 10 announcement of the Railroad
Commission of a cut in the State quota of 70,000 barrels,
the

Star

Lone

Governor

when

effective Nov.

less

Sterling

15,

daily—61,625 barrels under the Federal recommendation—
on Oct. 30 the Board lifted the original quota 35,272

but

barrels

1,386,949 barrels.

to

of

Stocks

and/foreign

domestic

United States showed

The

government

lost ground during the November hear¬

ings in its anti-trust charges against the 26 companies and
46 officials named in indictments charging conspiracy re¬
special Federal grand jury at Madison, Wis.

New

York; Vice-President H. W. Dodge, New York; ViceCottingham, New York, and P. C. Scullin,
Texas executive at Houston.
Officials of the Gulf com¬
President R. D.

panies, who had successfully resisted removal to Madison,
were
not tried at this trial.
As the month ended, the
case

despite the

oil

prices and sweeping recessions in motor fuel prices as

seasonal dips in
the

consumption brought
Nation's gasoline price structure.




pressure to

bear upon

recent

sharp reductions in prices, causing a
prevail.
Under the new schedule

rather bearish outlook to

dropped 15c. to $2.20 a barrel; Eureka

Bradford and Allegany

18c. to $1.82; Southwest Pennsylvania
Pipe Lines 17c. to $1.88, and Buckeye crude 15c. to $1.70.
The Bureau of Mines lowered its December market de¬
Pipe

Lines

mand

the

crude

3,491,300 barrels, off 17,700 barrels from
but 341,200 barrel# in excess' of
December production last year and 10% above the
domestic demand for the final month last year.

forecast to

estimate

November

actual
•

actual

Again, California was the only major oil-producing State
to win an increase in the Bureau's recommended production
schedules,
demand

this

for

due to. the rising

being

crude

the Far East.

and

trend in export

refined products for shipments to

Recommended output for California was set

679,400 barrels against 674,600 barrels a month earlier.
All others in the "Big Five" group were given lower totals
in the Bureau's recommendations.
*
'
The Bureau's estimated total daily average demand for

at

*

December (in
•

by the
Federal Government in its anti-trust suit at Madison, the
third consecutive monthly cut in Pennsylvania grade crude

Pennsylvania

in as many months—was
posted on the final day of November by the Joseph Seep
purchasing agency of the South Penn OR Co., effective
Dec. 1.
Prices under the new schedule represented the
lowest level in more than two years, lagging consumption,

a

of the companies and individuals named

.

oil—the third cut

crude

grade

at

of several

going into its final stage.

was

A slash of 15c. to 18c. a barrel in prices of

have not been opened as yet.

development in a month that witnessed acquitals

Stone on Nov. 11 granted dismissal
the Tidewater Associated Oil, Deep

Oil, Louisiana Oil and Cities Service Export, Platts
"Oilgram," the "National Petroleum News," the Chicago
"Journal of Commerce," and Warren C. Piatt.
The follow¬
ing day the government closed its case and the defense
opened.
Motions for the dismissal of the charges against
three more oil companies and four officials were granted
by Judge Stone on Nov. 22. The defendants to be acquitted
of the conspiracy charges were the Gulf Oil Co. and its
subsidiary, Gulf Refining Corp., and the Texas Co. and four
executives of the latter firm, President W. S. S. Rodgers,

'
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'/- 'y
goods market continued extremely inactive,
and operations of most mills experienced further sharp cur¬
tailment.
While the movement of goods in distributive
channels improved slightly, clothing manufacturers remained
out of the market, in view of the uncertainties surrounding
the nearby outlook for general business.
Scattered orders on
tropical worsteds and gabardines continued to be received,
but their total volume remained far below expectations.
Trading in women's wear fabrics was at a virtual standstill
as the fall season has come to an end and new spring lines

portant

a

Rock

The woolen

November, the first time in two and a
half years that output has been below the market demand.
The sharp decline in crude production, due to total cuts
of about 140,000 in the Texas allowable during Novem¬
ber
by the
Railroad Commission, was the most im¬

by

of the charges against

linters, compared with 601,837

week of

the

in the Far East, coupled the lower
the Nation's leading crude producing
areas combined to pare total stocks to 304,234,000 barrels
on Nov. 20 against 306,556,000 barrels on Oct. 23.
On a day's
supply basis, current stocks are equal to 86 days, against 94
at the comparable period last year.

October, 1936.

the final

in

production totals in

bales of lint and 73,700 bales of linters in September, 1937,
and 651,086 bales of lint and 75,170 bales of linters during

With the Texas Railroad Commission ordering a com¬
plete shutdown of the East Texas field Sundays for a
month, starting in mid-month, daily average crude oil pro¬
duction for the Nation dipped below estimated demand in

held

particularly

market,

Federal Judge 'Patrick

,

oil

crude

net decline of 2,232,000 barrels dur¬

a

ing the Oct. 23-Nov. 20 period, according to reports of the
Bureau of Mines.
Contra-seasonal expansion in the export

to 3J^c.

Petroleum and Its Products

The Texas quota origi¬

surprise.

a

was

nally had been set by the control board at 1,351,677 barrels

the

Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were quoted Nov. 30
$1.55@$1.60, against $1.71@$1.76 Oct. 30 (Oct. 31 was
Sunday); $1.86@$1.91 Sept. 30; $1.85@$1.90 Aug. 31;
$1.82@$1.87 July 31; $1.89@$1.94 June 30; $1.77@$1.82
May 29; $1.77@$1.82 April 30; $1.97@$2.02 March 31;
$1.80@$1.94 Feb. 27, and $2.00@$2.05 Jan. 30.
In the case of the 20-22 deniers Japanese crack double
extra were quoted at $1.49 @$1.54 Nov. 30/against $1.59@
$1.64 Oct. 30 (Oct. 31 was a Sunday); $1.62@$1.67 Sept. 30;
$1.79@$1.84 Aug. 31; $1.78@$1.83 July 31; $1.85@$1.90
June 30; $1.73@$1.78 May 29; $1.82@$1.87 April 30;
$1.81 @$1.86 March 31; $1.76@$1.81 Feb. 27, and $1.94@
$1.99 Jan. 30.
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its shut-down
15, ordering

down

turned

of

Nov.

order developed, reports that the shut¬

shutdown

the first

point it stood Nov. 30.
The price of 27-inch cloth
3%e. Nov. 30, as compared with 3%c. Oct. 30,
while Osnaburgs stood at 6%c. Nov. 30, as against 6J^c.
Oct. 30.
The report of the Census Bureau, issued Nov. 14,
and covering the month of October, disclosed a sharp con¬
traction in the United States consumption of the staple.
The amount consumed in October totaled 526,464 bales of
bales

issued
on

study the problem of the decline in bottom-hole pressure
recent months.
AJthough no organized opposition to

in

was

72,928

field

closing down of the wells would give its engineers a chance
to

60x64s

and

production

Commission

Railroad

the

at which

lint

average

approximately 24,000 wells in that area to suspend

all of the

On
further reduction carried the quotation to 3%c.

a

daily

production for the next four Sundays, starting on Nov. 21.
In announcing the shutdown, the Commission said that the

developed, and on Nov. 30 the price was 8.04c.
gray cloths markets was extremely dull,
and further severe curtailment of operations was resorted
to by most mills.
Print cloths at Fall River for 28-inch
Nov. 5 from 4c.

that

Texas

The
order

Trading in the

marked down

by the

Not since mid-1935, and

established a
3,731,450 barrels, which
nearly 270,000 barrels above estimated demand.

was

quotation to 7.83c. Nov. 18, but from that point a gradual

was

November fixed

for

Mines.

record high for the industry at

new

recovery

64x60s

of

only one week in June, has production been lower
indicated market demand.
It was only a few

back

months

concerning large sections of the foreign
cotton goods trade, resulted in a somewhat lower trend of
prices.., In the closing week of the month, however, a dis¬
tinctly better sentiment developed, largely predicated on the
better tone of the security markets, the reported progress of
the proposed farm legislation and the various steps planned
by the Administration for the purpose of reversing the down¬
ward trend of business.
Spot cotton here in New York was
8.03c. on Nov. 1.
After a decline to 7.79c. Nov. 4, the price
to

the

than

estimate

Bureau

States

United

favorable reports

rallied

demand

market

the

publication of the Government crop report on Nov. 8 in¬
creasing its previous estimate of 17,573,000 bales to 18,243,000 bales, a mild recovery took place.
The point was made
.that the protracted decline in prices has largely discounted
the increase in world supplies and the unfavorable state of
the cotton goods business.
Moreover, it appeared obvious
that increasing use of the Government loan offer was made
by growers as hedge offerings remained unseasonally small.
Another steadying influence proved the relatively favorable
course of exports, as it occurred despite the fact tUat the
movement of United States cotton to Japan is being greatly
curtailed through the import restrictions imposed by. the
Japanese Government.
Later in the month the continued
withdrawal

oil production for the week .ended

Daily average crude

the size of inventories.
While a
in regard to the inventory situation is
admitted, merchants in general maintained their previous
cautious attitude preferring to bring about a further re¬
duction in their stocks of merchandise before adding new
commitments.
Raw cotton in November, after an initial
further decline, steadied moderately.
Su bsequently, another
slight recession took place, but towards the end of the month
a fairly steady undertone again manifested itself.
The early
further recession in prices was primarily due to the unsatis¬
factory course of the domestic cotton goods business, larger
hedge offerings, the further unsettlement in the security
markets, and another increase in private forecasts of the
size of the current crop.
The fact that the Government loan
offer proved rather ineffective, in so far as it did not prevent
cotton prices from sinking materially below the loan levels,
also served to further depress sentiment.
Following the
tinued

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VJ

Texas
California
Oklahoma

—

.......

Louisiana
Kansas
New

Mexico-.---

Wyoming
Michigan

Pennsylvania

barrels) compared as foUows with November;
December

——

...

-

December

November

1,399,800
679,400
688,800
244,000

1,413,300
674,600
598,000
246,200

186,000
104,100

189,700
104,800

57,100
51,800
51,000

56,300
47,400
51,800

Arkansas

....

Illinois

Montana

Kentucky
New

York

—

33,100

24,400

20,900

17,100
14,600
14,700
9,800
9,900
4,500
2,300

14,500
14,300

9,900

Ohio

West

Virginia

November

33,900
15,800

... .

.......

9,800

Colorado

4,400

Indiana

2,300

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Dec., 1937]
The

MONTHLY

Oklahoma Corporation

Commission, in keeping with

the practice of several of the major oil
producers over the
past few months of setting State quotas below those recom-

REVIEW

11

NOVEMBER FINANCING

The

OF

THE

UNITED

no

new

money

Treasury raised

STATES

TREASURY

balance in No¬

on

mended

vember, but there

of 550,000

with respect to the status of its issues

mended for Texas is in

These
developments included a firm commitment by Sec¬
retary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr., on behalf

by the Federal agency, set a December allowable
barrels, 38,800 barrels below the Bureau's recomfmendation of 588,800 barrels..
Kansas also is expected to
pare its schedule for December, while the allotment recom¬

w

"there.

of the November State quota

excess

A movement started late in November
by Governor Marland of Oklahoma to hold a 21-State conference to discuss
crude oil production and

prices

Allred
"to

of

be

that

to

snubbed by Governor

was

Texas, who bluntly replied that he did not care
party to doing something for the oil companies

a

they

word

couldn't do

the

effect

for

that

themselves,"

the

adding

Interstate

warning

a

Oil

Compact Com¬
mission, whose Chairman is C. V. Thompson, member of the
Texas Railroad
Commission, was authorized only to act to
prevent waste in production, and it cannot engage in any
to fix prices.

move

Despite the somewhat aloof attitude adopted by the Texas
continued with his plans.

administration, Governor Marland
He

of the

.

had

sent

out

invitations

to

the

Governors

21

of

oil-

producing States, of which Kansas, Arkansas, New Mexico
and Michigan already had
accepted.
In making the an¬
nouncement in Oklahoma City over the
Thanksgiving week¬
end of his plans for the
parley, Governor Marland said

were

Administration,

Federal

budget;

several

developments of importance
already outstanding.

to pare expenditures and balance the

short-lived

a

open

Treasury to raise
sale

of

gold.

Government

a

securities

firm

a

tone

on

91-day Treasury bills declined

advocated
next year

the yield

on

cuts of
$700,000,000 in Government expenditures
and named highway expenditures,
public works,

of

and

tute,
the

of the American

Insti¬

Petroleum

reelected President of the trade organization for

was

fourth

consecutive

term

annual convention held in

the

at

Institute's

eighteenth

Chicago in mid-month.

The five

leading executives of the organization also were reelected.
In addressing the
attending oil men, Mr. Byles said that
the government, "the
country's biggest business," is making
no attempt to lower
operating costs, and that "capital alone,
in

moderate

a

added

that

state,

"labor

The combination

taxation
not

so

create

falls

into

is

makes

employment

essential

creates

to

wealth.

the

creation

When

He

capital.

poverty and despair."

can¬

and

V

price changes in the Nation's

no

and

laws

handicap business, large or small, that it
wealth, society ceases its forward march

Tjiere were

suming

of

unwise

markets during November.
The initial week of November witnessed
in motor fuel prices that affected all

a

crude

oil

seasonal break

major gasoline con¬
east of the Rocky Mountains.
A tyc. a gallon

areas

reduction

possible."

in

tank

car
and tank wagon prices of
gasoline
by Socony-Vacuum throughout its New YorkNew England
marketing territory on Nov. 3, with Standard
Oil of Indiana posting a cut of 0.3c.
a gallon
in normal
Wholesale prices of all grades of gasoline to dealers and in
•tank wagon prices to consumers
throughout its entire terri¬
tory the same day.
The reductions spread, and by the end
of Hie month lower prices were in
effect in most

was

posted

markets.

In

contrast

to

the

seasonal weakness

in

gasoline prices
the normal "cold-weather"
markup in heating oil prices
posted toward the close of the month throughout the Mid-

was

West

Standard of Indiana, which lifted all subnormal
to? normal or near-normal levels.
Other

by

prices

signs

winter

strengthening in

Bunker

fuel

Nov.

by

3

oil

prices
Standard of

prices

were

North Atlantic ports.
The Bureau of Mines

of heating

revised

oils

to

of

appeared.
barrel on

$1.25 a
Jersey, the 10c. cut affecting all

estimated December domestic demand for gasoline at 65,380,000 barrels, which is
1.5% above
the actual demand in the
comparable 1936 period.
The esti¬
mate warned against
rising stocks of gasoline but conceded
that some appreciation was inevitable in view
of the neces¬
sity for producing fuel oil which
automatically lifts gasoline
stocks.
Stocks during November showed seasonal
gains,
rising to 68,544.000 barrels on Nov. 27 (latest available

..

report at month-end) Yrom 66,836,000 barrels for the final
of October, a gain of
1,718,000 barrels during the

week

month.

The
tion's

following price changes show the trend of the Na¬
products markets during November:

refined

Nov. 3—Socony-Vacuum Oil posted a
M-cent a gallon reduction in
prices of all grades of gasoline (tank car and tank
wagon) throughout its

New York and New England
marketing area.

Nov. 3—Standard of Indiana posted a cut of 0.3
cents a gallon in normal
wholesale prices of all grades of gasoline to dealers
and tank wagon
prices
to consumers throughout its Mid-West

marketing

Nov. 3—Standard Oil of Ohio and Standard of
wide reductions of M cent a gallon

a

on

area.

Kentucky posted State¬

all grades of gasoline.

Nov. 3—Standard of New Jersey reduced Grade O
bunker fuel oil 10 cents
barrel at all North Atlantic ports,

making New York $1.25

f.o.b., terminal.
Nov.

*

•;. / '

./

subsidiary, posted

a

barrel,

/:"'v V.

■

15—Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey and Standard of

its Southern marketing

a

He.

a

Louisiana,

gallon reduction today

in the consumer tank car and dealer
prices throughout its

marketing

area.

Nov. 22—Standard of

gallon in tank

car

Pennsylvania posted reduction of H to H cents a
and tank wagon prices of gasoline except in areas
where

prices were sub-normal.

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detailed

of

most

budget which

confession

a

the

as

be sought.

It

places where

was

the strongest

desire

to

balance

the

qualified spokesman for the Roosevelt

any

Administration had

ever

made;

In the week

during which Mr. Morgenthau took up the
cudgels for budget balancing, the Federal Reserve
banks
began to buy Government securities.
They
completed

their

buying operation in

and

acquired,

all

told,

the three weeks ended Nov. 24

$37,825,000

reappearance of the Reserve banks

as

of

securities.

The

buyers of Government

issues coincided with
large-scale purchases
New York City
banks, and a

by the principal
strong stimulus was thereby
given to the upward movement of Government
security
prices.
..'
Owing to the workings of the inactive gold
fund, an out¬
ward movement of
gold puts the Treasury in cash.
Since
the Treasury is at
great pains to conceal its
operations in
gold, it is not possible to estimate to a
nicety the amount
of cash it raised
through sale of gold in November.
It was
known, however, that the monetary gold stock declined
$30,000,000 in the calendar month, equal to the
exports of
gold to Europe, of which $25,000,000 went to France and
$5,000,000 to England.
In addition, imports of gold
totaling
$42,200,000 in November did not go to swell the inactive
gold fund or the monetary gold stock, indicating that the
gold thus received was passed on to foreign countries.
In¬
cluding the reduction in the monetary gold
holdings, the
imports and the purchases of newly mined and
the amount of cash raised

gold would
November.

appear

scrap gold,
by the Treasury through sale of

to have

As cash

was

been at least

$90,000,000 in

being received from

the

this source,

Treasury was able to discontinue calls on depositaries to
meet its running expenses.
Up to the close of November the Treasury had not made
known its
Dec.
15 financing plans.
Secretary of the
Treasury Morgenthau met with the Executive Committee
of the Federal Open Market Committee on
Dec. 1 to discuss
the financing arrangements.
The Treasury continued its
policy in November of replacing maturing
273-day bills
with bills maturing at the March tax
period.
The rates on
these short

bills declined further

133-day bills dated Nov. 3

were

during the month.

taken at

an

The

average rate of

0.226%, compared with a rate of 0.119% for the
107-day
maturity dated Dec. 1.
Two semi-governmental agencies entered the
capital market

in November.

fered

on

Nov. 4

The Federal Intermediate Credit
banks of¬
issue of 1%% consolidated

a new

debentures

in the amount of

approximately $27,000,000, and the sub¬
scription books were closed within an hour, following an
over-subscription. .The debentures were dated Nov.
15,
1937, and mature in six and nine months.
They were priced
at a slight premium over
par value.
On Nov. 15 the
Federal Intermediate Credit
Jjanks had
000,000 of similar securities.
Federal Home

Loan ban®s

a

maturity of $33,-

offered

a

new

issue

of

$25,000,000 of three-year 2% consolidated
debentures;
Series C, on Nov. 16, priced at
100%, to yield about 1.87%.
The obligations mature on Dec.
1, 1940.
The issue marked
the first occasion

which

the Home Loan banks had
sought,
publicly funds having a maturity in excess of one year.
Following an over-subscription, the books were closed on
the issue at 10:05 a. m. on the
day of the offering.
Preston
Delano, Governor of the Federal Home Loan Bank System,

stated

on

Nov. 15 that

the new debentures were
required to
steadily continuing expansion of the System.
Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau announced on
on

meet the

Nov. 15 that net market purchases of Government securities
Treasury investment accounts for October amounted to

for

Nov. 23—Imperial Oil and other major companies
pared premium grades
H cent and other grades 1 cent a gallon at

of gasoline

budgetary relief should

The

0

give '

to

the

backed up by Texas.
Axtell J. Byles, head

to

November.

0.12% from 0.24%
Treasury notes de¬
1.30% from 1.41 % and the yield on Treasury bonds
declined to 2.58% from
2.65%.
Speaking at a dinner meeting of the Academy of
Political
Science at the Hotel Astor on Nov.
10, Secretary Morgenthau
from Oct. 30 to Nov.
27,
clined to

unemployment relief and agriculture

holding any parley, as any action
attending States would be meaningless unless

was

during

Federal Reserve Board
figures showed that the average yield

"there is

seemed little purpose in
taken by the

Regina, Sask.

in

considerable amount of cash
through the

The net effect of these factors

prices."

no reason why
every oil-producing State can't talk
Veteran oil men said that without the
cooperation
Texas, the Nation's leading oil-producing State, there

market operation

Government securities by the Federal Reserve
banks, and
an outward
movement of gold to Europe which enabled the

$3,716,000, compared with $8,900,000 in September and
$12,510,000 in August.

MONTHLY

12

REVIEW
FAVORABLE CHANGES

bills sold on a dis¬
given in the following tables:
the sale of Treasury

The details of
count basis are

Coj—Extra dividend of $1 a
stock, payable Dec. 16.

Acme Wire

share on the $20 par common

Supply & Mfg. 0>j—Dividend of 75c. a share on the $1.50 cum.
stock, no par value, payable Dec. 23.
Of this payment 37He,
of accumulations, thus clearing up all back dividends and
the remainder, 37Hc. is the dividend ordinarily due at this time.
An
initial dividend or 12He. a share was declared on the class B stock,
likewise payable on Dec. 23, next.

Aero
«■

Bills

Dated

Amount

Bills

Offered

Mar. 16 1938

3 1937

Nov.

26 1937

Oct.

Mar. 17 1938

127 days

Nov. 11 1937

Nov. 17 1937

Mar. 17 1938

120 days

Nov. 18 1937

Nov. 24 1937

Mar. 18 1938

114 days

Nov. 26 1937

Deo.

1 1937

Mar. 18 1938

class A

tions

is on account

$50,000,000 $173,632,000
50,000,000 126,458,000
50,000,000 156,317,000
50,000.000 137,294.000
50,000,000 138,479,000

133 days

Nov. 10 1937

107 days

4 1937

Nov.

Subscrip-

of

Offering

Mature

Ainsworth Mfg. Corp.—Dividend of 75c. a share on
stock, payable Dec. 16.
This compares with 25c. a

Subscrijh

Amount

Average

tions

Accepted

Price

Yield

$50,119,000
50,044,000
60,050,000

99.917

0.226%

99.929

50,152,000

99.963

50,040,000

99.965

0.201%
0.143%
0.117%
0.119%

$173,632,000

26 1937
Nov. 4 1937
Nov. 11 1937
Oct.

126,458,000

Nov. 18 1937

156,317,000
137,294,000

Nov. 26 1937

138,479,000

common

Maturing

BUI*

99.952

Issue

,

dividend of $4 a share on the
stocks, both payable Dec. 24.
Regular semi-annual dividends of $1.50 a share were also declared on
both the common and preferred shares, payable Dec. 24, 1937 and

Alabama

To Redeem

Offered

the $10 par common
share paid on Oct. 1,

last.

of—

Great Southern RR.—Extra
and participating preferred

1938, respectively.

Feb. 15,

$50,385,000
50.025,000
50,027,000
50,024,000
50,004,000

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Allis-Chalmers Mfg Co.—Dividend on the no par value
increased from $1 a share to $1.50 a share, payable Dec.

stock

common

22.

Co.—Special dividend of $5 a share on the $20 par common
Dec. 27.
The dividend is payable either in cash or ill
stock, at the stockholder's option.
V
Aluminium, Ltd.—Dividend of $21.50 a share on the 6% cum. preferred
stock, payable Dec. 1.
This payment consists of a dividend of $20
a share on account of accruals, thus clearing up all back payments and
the regular quarterly payment of $1.50 a share ordinarily due at this time.
(A. S.) Aloe

stock, payable

7% preferred

NEW SECURITY

ISSUES IN NOVEMBER

in the domestic market for Novem¬
closing greatly below the figures
of the preceding month and at the same time establishing
a new low volume since September, 1934.
State and mu¬
nicipal emissions assumed the important role in the month's
operations, contributing over 50% of the total volume of
offerings floated. Securities of a tax-exempt nature are
much in demand and despite the fact that this type of se¬
curity has exceeded in total volume other types of financing,
institutional buyers find a goodly portion of their funds idle
due to a dearth of such offerings.
In the corporate field for
November most of thb. issues of size were placed privately,
and among these was the $9,000,000 offering of Phillips
Petroleum Co. serial notes, which was taken up by the
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and the Mutual Life In¬
New security offerings

ber show

surance

Below

a

sharp contraction,

American Chicle Co.—Special dividend of $2 a share
terly dividend of $1 a share on the common stock,

payable Dec. 15.
American Furniture

5.

American-Hawaiian Steamship Coi—Extra dividend of 40c. a share and
a regular quarterly of 25c. a snare on the common shares, both payable
Dec. 24.

American Home

Products Corp.—Extra dividend of

20c. a share and a

$1

regular monthly dividend of 20c. a share on the capital stock of
par
value.
The extra will be paid on Dec. 24 and the regular monthly on

1938.

Jan. 3,

Co.—Dividend on the 6% non-cum. preferred stock, par
50c. a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 20.
American Investment Go. of Illinois—Extra dividend of 40c. a share
in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 40c. a share on the
common stock, both payable Dec. 1.
American Laundry Machinery Co.—Extra dividend of 65c. a share and
a regular quarterly dividend of 20c. on the common stock, par $20, both
payable Dec. 1.
American Meter Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share and a regular dividend
of 75c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 21.
American Ice

$100, increased from

give the larger offerings in November:
PUBLIC) UTILITY FINANCING

Electric Power Co.—The company sold at private
Life Insurance Co. at par and accrued
bonds, 3H% series due in
of these bonds witl be used
in part (approximately $3,500,000) to reimburse the treasury
for expenditures previously made and to provide for expendi¬
sale to the Metropoliton

interest $5,000,000 first mortgage
1966.
The proceeds from the sale

be made for extensions and improvements to property
in respect of which no other securities have been issued and,
to the extent of not more than $1,500,000, to provide addi¬
tional working capital.
The Public Utilities Commission of the
District of Columbia by order dated Nov. 24, 1937, authorized
the issue and sale of these bonds.
tures to

■

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

stock, payable Nov.

$5,000,000 Potomac

;

stock increased
23.
and la regular quar¬
no par value, both

American Box Board Co.—Dividend on the common
from 25c. a share to 35c. a share and was payable Nov.

Co.
we

stock in¬

Aluminum Goods Mfg Co.—Dividend on the no par common
creased from 25c. a share to 40c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

FINANCING

INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

9,000,000 Phillips Petroleum Co.—The company during November
placed privately with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and
the Mutual Life Insurance Co. $9,000,000 serial notes, dated
Dec. 1, 1937 and maturing $3,000,000 at 3% Dec. 1, 1939;
$3,000,000 Dec. Y, 1944 and $3,000,000 Dec. I, 1945 at 3H%
interest.

2,320,000 General American Transportation Corp—The company
placed privately with life insurance companies $2,320,000 3%
serial notes due in 1938-1952.

1,250,000 American Business Credit Corp —Public offering of 200,000
shares of common stock class A was announced Nov. 22 by
Clarence Hodson & Co., Inc., New York.
The shares were
offered by means of a prospectus and were priced at $6.25 each.
.140,000 Fulton

outstanding if stockholders at a special meeting on Dec. 6 approve the
merger of the American News New York Corp. into American News Co.
If the plan of merger is approved present stockholders will receive two
shares of American News Co. stock for each share of American News
New York Corp. stock now held.
The dividend, the company says,
includes the dividend which would ordinarily be paid Jan. 15, 1938.
The dividend is scheduled for payment on Dec. 15.
Potash & Chemical Corp.—Dividend of $2 a share on

American

par value, common stock, payable
$1.50 a share paid on June 22, last.

no

Dec. 10.

the

This compares with

Co.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share on the $25
stock, payable Dec. 15.
Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 16.
\

American Rolling Mill
par common

American Seating

,

,

$1.75 a
be

American News Co. (Del.)—The directors declared a dividend of
share on the proposed issue of 432,000 shares of stock which would

Industrial Securities Corp

,

Jacksonville, Fla

—

offered (through dealers) 20 000 shares of $3.50
(no par) and 20,000 shares of common stock
(par $1) in units of one share of each class at $57 per unit.

from 25c. a

American Smelting
the no par

& Refinery Co.—Special dividend of $1 a

value common stock, payable

share on

Dec. 22.

Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and
a regular quarterly of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Dec. 15.
American Toll Bridge Co.—Extra dividend of 4c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 2c. a share on the common stock, both payable
American Sumatra Tobacco

The company

cumul. pref. stock

750,000

Alexander's Department Store, Inc —Thomas & Griffith,
125,000 common shares at $6 a share.

New York offered

Calif., power and light bonds, maturing serially

syndicate
of
and 3Hs, the
community of
the bonds at
prices to yield from 0.75% to 3.75%, according to rate of inter¬

from

1938 to

1977, inch, were awarded to a large

headed by Lehman Bros,

of New York, which bid a price

100.048 for a combination of 2s, 2%s, 3s, 3Hs
successful bid figuring a net interest cost to the
about 3.63%.
The banking group re-offered
est

and maturity.

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2,307,000 Boston, Mass., 2H% municipal

relief and airport improve¬

bonds, maturing serially from 1938 to 1947, incl., were
taken by Phelps, Fenn & Co., Inc., New York, and associates,
at 100.23, a basis of about 2.45%.
The bankers re-offered the
bonds to yield from 1% to 2.45% for the 1938 to 1945, incl.,
ment

and at par for the 1946

and 1947 maturities.

2,150,000 Mississippi (State of) highway notes, first series, sub-series E,
were sold to a syndicate headed by A. O. Allyn & Co., Inc. of
New York, as 3s, 3Hs, 3Hs and 3%s, at a price of par.
The
notes, due annually from 1938 to 1955, incl., were offered for
general investment to yield from 1.62% to 3.57%, according
to date of actual maturity.
Callable on any interest date at
various prices, depending on the time of redemption.

1,360,000 New Mexico (State of) 2%% and 3% highway debentures,
due annually f om
1945 to 1952, inc.., were awarded to
Lazard Freres & Co., Inc., New York, and associates, at a
price of 100.049. a net interest cost of about 2.964%.
The
1945 to 1948 maturities were re-offered to yield from 2.60%
to 2.80%, according to maturity, the 1950 bonds at 100.50
and those due

n

195^ at par.

1,239.000 Memphis, Tenn., 2H and 3% sewer and school building
bonds, due annually from 1938 to 1968, incl., were purchased
by an account headed by Blyth & Co., Inc., New York, at
101.55, a basis cost of about 2.97%.
revenue bonds, due annually
1938 to 1942, incl., were sold to Lazard Freres & Co.,

1.000,000 Rochester, N. Y., 1H% tax
from

Inc., New York, and associates, at 100.468, a

basis of «bout

1.35%

•

a

bonds were sold to

syndicate managed jointly by Phelps, Fenn & Co., Inc.,

New

York,

Andes Copper Mining Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 14.
This will be the first dividend paid on the
common shares since Feb. 9, 1931, when 25c. a share was disbursed.

Anglo-Canadian Telephone Co.—Dividend on the class A common
increased from 12He. a share to 17Hc. a share, payable Dec. 1.

stock

Corp.—Initial dividend of 25.C a share on the
common stock, payable Dec. 24.
Art Metal Construction Co.—Dividend on the $10 par common stock
increased from 80c. a share to $1.20 a share, payable Dec. 15.
Arkansas-Missouri Power

Metal Works, Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 20c. a share on the $5 par, common stock, both
payable Dec. 21. .<•'
'
Associates Investment Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to
the regular quarterly dividend of 75c. a share on the no par common
stock, both payable Dec. 31.

Art

Coast

Atlantic

Line

Co.—Dividend on the
$3 a share.

$50

par,

common

stock

increased from $2.25 a share to

$100 par, common stock
>
share on the no par, common

Line RR.—Dividend on the
increased from $1 a share to $1.50 a share.
Coast

Atlantic

Atlas Powder Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a

stock, payable Dec. 24.
on

Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of 37Hc. a share
preferred stock, payable Dec. 1.
^

Finance

Automobile
the 6%

Seelig Mfg. Co.—Dividend of 30c. a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 1.
An initial dividend of 20c. a share was paid on
Sept.,1, last.

Barlow

&

Basic Dolomite, Inc.—Extra'dividend of 5c. a share and a regular
of 20c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

quarterly

Power & Paper Co., Ltd.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the
class A stock, payable Dec. 20.
This will be the first dividend paid
since March 15, 1929, when a similar distribution was made,

Bathurst

Bayuk

Cigars,

Inc.—Special dividend of 25c. a share and a

regular

Quarterly of 18He. a share on the no par common stock, both payable
Beech-Nut

Packing Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share on the common

stock, payable Dec. 15.

1,000 000 South Dakota (State of) 3H% refunding
......

dividend of $1.25 a share on the

Corp.—Special dividend of 30c. a share and a regular quar¬
the common stock, both payable Dec. 20.

Anchor Cap

terly dividend or 15c. a share on

MUNICIPAL FINANCING

$10,200,000 Los Angeles,

Anaconda Wire & Cable Co.—Extra
common stock, payable Dec. 18.

and the Wei s-Dickey

Co.

of Minneapolis, at

price of 100.01, a basis of about 3.87%. They mature
1947 and were offered to investors to yield 3.65%.

a

Nov. 15,

of $1.20 a share on the $10 par, com¬
The regular quarterly dividend of 15c.

Belden Mfg. Co.—Special dividend
mon
a

stock,

share was

Birdsboro

payable Dec. 15.
paid

Steel

par common

on

Nov. 15, last.

Foundry

& Machine Co.—Dividend on the new no

shares increased from 25c. a share to 50c. a

share, payable

Dec. 15.

DIVIDEND

CHANGES IN NOVEMBER

Changes in dividend declarations in November are numer¬
ous and are for the most part of a favorable nature.
The

"Favorable
Changes" and "Unfavorable Changes," gives the more im¬

following list, divided into two sections, namely,
portant of the changes:




stock,
30 and on

Blaw-Knox Co.—Year-end dividend of 50c. a share on the common

payable Dec. 20.

This compares with 25c. paid on Sept.

June 30, last.

Bliss &

Laughlin, Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c. a
quarterly of 50c. a share on the $5 par, common
Dec. 24.
V

•

share and a regular
stock, both payable

Boeing Airplane Corp.—Initial dividend of 40c. a share on
stock, payable Dec. 18.

the common

the $1
share

(W. S.) Dickey Clay Mfg. Co.—Initial dividend of $1 a share on
non-cumulative preferred stock, payable 50c. in cash and one-haf
of new $1 class "A" stock for each preferred share held, to holders

Bon Ami Co.—Extra dividend on the class A stock of $2 cash and 2-200ths
share of class A stock for each share held; also extra dividends or $1 cash

the class B stock.
All
are payable Dec. 15.
The stock distributions are out of
held as an investment in treasury of company.

and l-200th share of class A stock on

the dividends

record Oct. 20.

class A stock

$1.50

Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the $25 par,
stock, payable Dec. 15.
A dividend of $1.25 was paid on Sept.

...

Dixie-Vortex Co.—Extra dividend of 5Qc. a

stock,

common

Co.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on the common
Dividends of 25c. a share were paid in each of the

Dec. 22.

v

15, last.

and a regular quarterly
payable Dec. 1.

Draper Corp.—Stock dividend of 25% on the common stock, payable to
holders of record Nov. 13.
On Nov. 22 a special dividend of $2 a share
and a quarterly of 75c. a share on the larger amount of common now
outstanding was declared, both payable Jan. 4.
Duke Power Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased from 82,82c.
a share to $1.50 a share, payable Dec. 22.
. j

stock, payable
three preceding

of 25c. a

a

regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share was

distributed.

Cariboo Gold Quartz Mining Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend
and a regular quarterly dividend of 2Mc. a share on the
both payable Jan. 3.

of 50c. a share on the $2 par

Centrifugal Pipe Corp. of Delaware—Special dividend of 55c. a
on

the common stock, payable Dec.

share

10.

Chapman Valve Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend of $1.50 a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock, both payable
Dec. 15.

Chesapeake Corp.—Extra dividend of ono-fifth of a share of Chesapeake &
Ohio Ry. Co. common stock on each share of this company's stock,
payable

on

Nov

30.

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share and a larger
quarterly dividend of 75c. a share, both payable on the common stock.
The extra will be paid on Dec. 14 and the quarterly will be paid on
Jan. 1, 1938.

'Chesebrough Mfg. Co. Consolidated—Extra dividend of $1.50 a share
in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share on the $25 par
common

Chicago Rivet & Machine Co.—Dividend on the new $4 par common
increased from 45c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 15.
Chile Copper Co.—Dividend on the $25 par common
50c. a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 15.

stock

stock increased from

2
share paid on
Sayable Dec. 13. June 11 and $1.50 paid$3.50 paid 13, last. 10, last;
This compares with on March on Sept.
a

Cincinnati New Orleans & Texas Pacific Ry.—Extra dividend of $22.50
a share and a semi-annual dividend of $5 a share on the common stock,
$100, both payable Dec. 23.

t

50c.

a

the common stock increased from

on

dividend

of $2 a share and a regular quarterly
share on the common stock of no par value, both

Co.—Extra
of 75c.

a

paid

shares, payable

Ltd.—Dividend of 19c. a share on the
This compares with 18c. a share

Dec. 1*

one year ago.

Electric Storage Battery Co.—Pinal dividend for 1937of $1 a
declared on the no par common stock, both payable Dec. 21.

share was

Electrolux Corp.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share and a regular
of 40c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

quarterly

Elgin National Watch Co.—Dividend on the $15 par, capital
creased from 50c. a share to $1.50 a share, payable Dec. 15.

stock in

quarterly dividend of 50c. a share
and a special year-end dividend of 20c. a share on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 29.
Ewa Plantation Co.—Extra div. of 60c. a share and a regular quarterly
of like amount on the capital stock, par $20, both payable Nov. 15.
El Paso Natural Gas Co.—Regular

Ex-Cell O Corp.—Extra
share

on

dividend of 30c. a share and a
payable Dec. 22.

dividend of 20c. a

the common stock, both

dividend of 15c. a share on the no par common

Exolon Co.—Special

stock,

payable Dec. 15.

Mining & Smelting Co.—Dividend of $5 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 15.
This will be the first common dividend paid

Federal

since 1927.

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Ferro Enamel

Corp.—Dividend on the no par common
share, payable Dec. 17.

Florida Power &

\

stock increased

dividend

payable Dec. 15.
Coca-Cola International Corp.—Extra dividend

share on the $7 cumul.
the $6 cumul. preferred stock, both

Light Co.—Dividends of $1.75 a

preferred stock and $1.50 a share on
payable Dec. 21.
"
.
regular quarterly dividend of
were payable Oct. 27.
Foundation

dividend of 37Kc. a share and a
37Mc. a share on the common stock, both

Co.

Canada, Ltd.—Dividend resumed on the common
share, payable Dec. 15.
On March 15,

of

stock by the payment of 50c. a

1934

a

dividend of 25c. a share was

of $15.50 a share and a

quarterly of $6 a share on the common stock of no par value, both payable
Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend of $2.37K a share
and a quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the $25 par, common stock,
both payable Dec. 20.
Quarterly dividends of 37Mc. a share were paid
on Sept. 30, June 30 and on March 31, last.

distributed.

Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd.—Dividend of $19.25 a share on account
of accumulations on the 7% cum. redeemable sinking fund 1st preferred
dividends on the

a

Coca-Cola

1938.

paid on Nov.
preferred stock.

stock, par $100 was

share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 15.

dividend of 25c. a share
regular quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock,
both payable Dec. 31.

Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.—Year-end
and

Jan. 3,

Electric & Musical Industries,

Fort Worth Stock Yards Co.—Extra

Chrysler Corp.—Dividend of $3 a share on the $5 par, common stock,

par

regular quarterly dividend of

from 75c. a share to $1 a

stock, both payable Dec. 20.

Clark Controller Co.—Dividend

15, last.

dividend of 50c. a share in addition to the
$2 a share on the no par common stock.
be paid on Dec. 10, next, and the regular dividend^on

Eastman Kodak Co.—Extra

American

dividend of 38c. a share and a divi¬
dend of 50c. a share on the no par value common stock, both payable
Dec. 20.
The special distribution will be made from net income of
Luce & Co., S. En. C., by the trustee holding the shares of Luce & Co.,
S. En. C., for benefit of shareholders of Central Aguirre Associates.

Inc.—Year end dividend for 1937 of
This, compares

a share on the common stock, payable Dec.
14.
with $1.50 a share paid on Sept. 15, 'ast and $2 on June

$2

The extra will

of lKc. a share
common stock,

Central Aguirre Associates—Special

Central Cold Storage Co.—Extra dividend
common stock, payable Dec. 16.

(E. I.) du Pont de Nemours & Co.,
■

Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat & Power Co., Ltd.—
Dividend of $1 a share on the common stock, payable Dec. 15.
This
will be the first dividend paid by the company since Jan. 16, 1933, when

dividend on this Issue
3, 1938.

Dr. Pepper Co.—Extra dividend of 70c. a share
of 20c. a share on the no par common stock, both

K.

Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Co.—Extra dividend
share on the capital stock, no par value, payable Dec. 20.

share on the com¬
distribution to be

Dorninguez Oil Fields Co.—Extra dividend of $1.75 a share and a regular
monthly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common stock.
The
regular monthly will be paid on Nov. 30 and the extra on Dec. 20. •

_

quarters.

stock increased from

share on the no par common

Dec. 15.
The regular quarterly
amounting to 37He. a share will be paiq on Jan.

stock payable

Brompton Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.—Dividend of $1.10 a share on the
no par common stock, payable Nov. 15.
This will be the first dividend
paid on the common since April 15, 1931 i when 25c. a share was dis¬
tributed.
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v,'y..
Bucyrus-Erie Co.—Interim dividend on the common stock increased from
25c. a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 16.
.
Bullard

on the no par common
payable Dec. 1.

Distillers Corp.-Seagrams, Ltd.—Dividend of 50c. a
mon stock, payable Dec. 21.
This will be the first
made on the common shares since 1931.

Bourgols, Inc.—'Dividend of $1 a share on the no par common stock,
payable Dec. 11.
This compares with 75c. a share paid on Dec. 11,1936.

Bristol Brass

share to $2 a share,

a

10.

This payment clears up all back

Gamewell Co.—Dividend of $5.50 a share on

the $6 cum. preferred stock

balance of all unpaid
ordinarily due at this

of no par value, payable Dec. 15; $4 represents
accruals and $1.50 a share represents the dividend
time.

•

Gaylord Container Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular
quarterly of like amount on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15. 4
General Acceptance Corp.—Extra dividend of 20c.
quarterly dividend of 30c. a share on the class A

and a regular
and common stocks,

a share

both payable

Dec. 15.
General American Transportation Corp.—Dividend on the
common stock increased from $1.50 a share to $2 a share, payable

$5 par,
Dec. 20.

the no par, common stock increased
share, payable Dec. 20.

General Electric Co.—Dividend on
from 40c. a share to $1 a

Columbia Baking Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular quar¬
terly of like amount on the $1 cum. partic. preferred stock of no par
value, both payable Dec. 15.

General

Columbia Broadcasting

General Fire

on

System, line.—Special dividend of 50c. a share

the class A and B stocks now outstanding,

payable Dec. 13.

Commercial Credit Co.—Regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share and
an extra or special dividend of $1 a share on the $10 par common stock,
both payable Dec. 15.

Commercial
on

the

Investment Trust Corp.—Extra dividend
common stock, payable Dec. 18.

of $1

a

share

Consolidated Investment Trust—Special dividend of 50c. a share and a

quarterly of 30c. a share on the $1 par capital stock, both payable Dec. 15.
Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Extra dividend
of $1.50 a share and a semi-annual dividend of 50c. a share on the capital
stock, par $5, both payable Dec. 31.

Consolidated Paper Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addition to the
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the $10 par common stock,
both payable Dec. 1.
: ;
Consolidated Sand & Gravel, Ltd.—Dividend of $7 a share on the 7%
cumulative preferred stock payable Dec. 15.
This will be the first divi¬
dend paid since Nov. 15, 1932.
,
Continental Can Co.,

Inc.—Initial quarterly dividend of $1.12^ a share
on $4.50 cumulative preferred stock, payable Jan. 1, 1938.
:
Continental Casualty Co.—Special dividend of 30c. a share on the capital
stock of $5 par, payable Dec. 15.

Continental-Diamond Fibre Co.—Directors took no action on the pay¬
ment of a dividend on the common stock at this time.
On Sept. 30, last,
a

share.

Continental Gin Co., Inc.—Dividend of $5 a share paid Nov. 26 on the
common stock.
This represented the first payment made since July 1
1931, when a dividend of 25c. a share was paid.
Cook Paint & Varnish Co.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share and a regular

quarterly dividend of 15c. a share op the common stock, both payable
Crane Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common stock, payable Dec. 15.
This will be the first disbursement made on the common shares since

Creamery Package Manufacturing Co.—Extra dividend of 70c. a share
on the no par value common stock, payable Nov.
24.
The company
stated that the dividend will be paia as a result of the undistributed
Profits Tax.

,

*

dividend of 10c.

David & Frere, Ltd.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the class A stock, pay¬
able Dec. 15.
This will be the first dividend paid since Dec. 15, 1931
when 25c. a share was also distributed.
'

Dennison Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $2 a share on account of accumulations
on the 8% cumul. debenture stock, par $100, payable Dec.
16.
This
payment liquidates all arrears on the stock.
Detroit Gray Iron Foundry Co.—Extra dividend of 8c. a share and a semiannual dividend of 2c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 20.

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share on the

Extinguisher Co.—Dividend on the no par common
increased from 25c. a share to 30c. a share, payable Dec. 10.

General Investors Trust—Dividend on
interest,

par

stock

the company's shares of beneficial
12c. a share, payable

$1, increased from 10c. a share to

General Motors

Corp.—Dividend on the $10 par common stock increased
$1.50 a share, payable Dec. 13.

Inc.1*—Dividend of $6 a share on the
payable Dec. 21. This completes the payment
on the preferred stock and includes the

General Outdoor Advertising Co.,
6

% cum. preferred stock,

or

all accumulated

current quarterly

dividends

distribution.

Inc.—Dividend of $3 a share on the common
Stockholders have the option of receiving this
at the rate of one-fifth of a share
of common stock for each share held.
The last previous payment by
the company on the common shares was the $1 distribution made on

General Public Utilities,

stock, payable Dec.

18.

dividend m common stock in lieu of cash,

Dec. 23,

1936.

General Telephone Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a quarterly
of like amount on the $20 par, common stock, both payable Dec. 23.

Co.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the common
This was the first dividend paid since July 1,
distributed.
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock
reduced from $1.50 a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 1.
Great Lakes Terminal Warehouse Co.—Dividend on the common stock
increased from 10c. a share to 15c. a share, payable Dec. 1.
Great Northern Paper Co.—Extra dividend of 63 cents a share and a
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the $25 common stock,
both payable Dec. 1.
i
Green Bay & Western RR. Co.—Dividend on the capital stock of $5 a
share, payable Dec. 21.
This compares with one of $2.50 a share paid
Globe Grain & Milling
stock payable Nov. 24.

1931, when 25c. a share was

on

Feb. 23, last.

Greene

Cananea

Copper Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a
the common stock, both payable

regular quarterly of 75c. a share on
Dec. 13.

(B.) Greening Wire Co., Ltd.—Initial
stock, payable Jan. 3, 1938.

dividend of 15c a share on the
«

common

Dec}), 15, 1931, when 15c. a share was distributed.

Cremo Brewing Co., Inc., New Britain, Conn.—Initial
a share on the common stock, payable Dec. 22.

Corp.—Extra dividend of five cents a
20.

stock, payable Nov.

from $1 a share to

Compo Shoe Machinery Corp.—Extra dividend of $1 a share and a
regular quarterly dividend or 25c. a share on the common stock, both
payable Dec. 15.
•
; •;:

dividend of 25c.

Finance

common

Dec. 15.

.

.

no par

the company paid a

of

-

,

Dictaphon§ Corp.—Dividend

Borjr Warner Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and a regular quarterly
or like amount on the $5 par common stock, both payable Dec. 10.

Briggs Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $1.60 a share on the no par common
payable Dec. 23.
This compares with $1 paid on Sept J 30, last.

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DEC., 1937]

Greenwich Gas Co.—Initial dividend of 30c. a share on the no par common
stock, payable Nov. 15.
A participarting dividend of 10c. a share was
likewise payable Nov. 15 on the $1.25 participating preferred stock.
Group No. One Oil Corp.—Dividend on the no par value,
increased from $50 a share to $100 a share, payable Jan.

capital stock,
3, 1938.

Mobile & Northern RR.—Dividend of $2.50 a share on the 6%
cum. preferred stock, payable Dec. 17.
This will be the first dividend
paid on this stock since Jan. 31,1931, when a regluar quarterly distribution
of $1.50 a share was made.

Gulf

(Charles)
no

Gurd & Co., Ltd*—Interim dividend of 30c. a share on the
stock, payable Dec. 15. This compares with 20c. a share

par common

paid on Dec. 15,1936.
Hammermill Paper Co.—Dividend on the $10 par, common
creased from 50c. a share to $1.50 a share, payable Dec. 15.

stock in¬

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Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co.—Extra dividend
of 20c. a share on the capital stock, par $10, payable Dec. 1.

Midvale Co.—Dividend

Hart Schaffner & Marx—Dividend of 50c.

Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator Co.—Extra dividend of 50c.

payable Nov. 26.

a

share

on

the

common

This represents the first dividend to be paid
1931, when $1 a share was distributed.

stock,

on

this

issue since Nov. 30,

Hawaiian
share

on

Commercial

&

Sugar Co.,

Ltd.—Extra dividend of 50c.

a

the $25 par, capital stock, payable Dec. 10.

Hawaiian Sugar Co.—Year-end dividend of 20c.
common stock, payable Dec. 1.

a

on

the $20 par,

Motor Parts Corp.—Extra dividend of 10c. a share in
addition to the regular quarterly dividend of 15c. a share on the common
stock, both payable Dec. 20.
i
'«

&

share

a

the

on

common

$1

a

no

par common

a

share

stock, payable Dec. 23.

on the common
share, payable Dec. 15.

Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.—Year-end dividend of 60c.

;

Mock, Judson, Voehringer Co., Inc.—Dividend on the $2H Par, com"
mon stock of 55c. a share, payable Dec. 18,
Previously regular quarterly
dividends of 15c.

Modine

a

share

were

distributed.

Manufacturing

increased from 75c.

a

Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock
share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 20.

Monarch Machine Tool Co.—Extra dividend of 65c.

Worts, Ltd.—Dividend

stock increased from 50c. a share to

the

a

Missouri Edison Co.—Dividend of $14 a share on account of accumulations
on the $7 cumulative preferred stock of no par value, payable Dec. 20.

,

,

Hiram Walker-Gooderham

on

the no par value capital stock increased from
share, payable Dec. 18.

on

share to $2.50

a

This payment will clear up all accumulations on the preferred stock.

share

Heln-Werner

Helena Rubinstein, Inc.—Initial dividend of $1
stock, payable Dec. 15.

$1.50

a

share and

a

regular

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

com¬

Monolith Portland Midwest Co.—Initial dividend of 25c,.a share on the

Honolulu Rapid Transit Co,, Ltd.—Dividend on the $20 par common
stock increased from 35c. a share to 40c. a share, payable Nov. 30.

Monsanto Chemical Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share on the $10 par,

a

share

on

the

stock, payable Dec; 10.

Hooker

8% cumulative preferred stock, payable Dec. 15.

Electrochemical
stock

common

was

Co.—Special
paid Oct. 20, last.

dividend

of $2

share

a

on

the

Household Finance Corp.—Extra dividend of $1 a share on the class A
and B common stocks, payable Dec. 10.
Houston Oil Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the 6% cum. pref. stock,
par $25, payable Dec. 22.
This will be the first dividend paid on the
preferred shares since Feb. 1, 1932, when a dividend of 37He. a share
1

was

distributed.

Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.—Dividend of $1 a share on
the capital stock, payable Dec. 10.
This compares with 75c. paid on
June 28 last.

.

Hudson Motor Car Co.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the common stock,
payable Dec. 16.
This will be the first dividend paid on the common
shares since January, 1932, when 25c. a share was distributed.
Hummel-Ross Fibre Corp.—Special dividend
Dec. 15 on the common stock.

of 20c.

share, payable

a

a

from 25c.

share to 40c.

a

Indiana Steel Products Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

a

share and

regular

a

quarterly of 15c. a share on the $1 par common stock, both payable
Business

Machines

Corp.—The directors on Nov. 19
January, 1938, shall be

voted that the dividend ordinarily payable in

paid in December, 1937, and therefore declared a dividend of $1.50 per
share on the common stock, no par value, payable Dec. 23 to holders of
record Dec. 15.
surtax
on

on

The above action was taken on account of the Federal
undistributed profits.
A stock dividend of 5%, deliverable

April 1, 1938,

holders

of record

or

thereafter

as soon

March

as

practicable,

was

declared to

15.

International Mining Corp.—Dividend on the $1 par common stock
increased from 15c. a share to 45c. a share, payable Dec. 24.
International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Extra dividend of 25c. a
share and a quarterly of 50c. a share on the no par common
stock, both
payable Dec. 31.
International Railways of Central America—Dividend of $5 a share on
the 5% cum. pref. stock, par $100, payable Dec. 10.
This will be the
first dividend paid since Aug. 15, 1931, at which time a regular
quarterly
of $1.25 per share was distributed.
/

International Salt Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

Joslyn Mfg. & Supply Co.—Extra dividend

of $2 and a regular quarterly
the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.
%

Kansas City Southern Ry.—Dividend on the non-cumulative 4% pref.
stock increased from $1 a share to $1.50 a share,
payable Dec. 15.
Kennecott

Copper Corp.—Special distribution of $1 a share and a divi¬
dend of 50c.»fshare on the no par common stock, botn
payable Dec. 23.

Kimberly-Clark>Corp.—Special dividend
^

of 50c.

quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par
Dec. 14, 1937, and Jan. 3, 1938, respectively.

King Seeley Corp.—Dividend of 72c.
I

share of common stock

a regular
stock, payable

12-100ths of

a

stock, pat $1, payable at option

a

share

on

a share and a regular quar¬
the $5 par common stock, both payable

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.—Extra dividend of $2

a share on the com¬
mon and common B stocks,
par $25, both payable Dec. 22,
Lima Oocomotive Works, Inc.—Dividend on the no par, common stock
increased from $1 a share to $1.50 a share, payable Dec. 15.

Link Belt Co.—Extra dividend of $1
payable Dec. 23.

Loew's, Inc.—Extra dividend
on

the

common

stock of

no

a

share on the

no par, common

!

of $1 a share and

-

v

a

•

.

•

.

mon stock, payable Dec. 1.
A dividend of $1
last, and each three months previously.

stock,

dividend of 50c. a share

of $15 a share on the com¬
share was paid on Oct. 1,
a

share on the $100

a share and a
regular quarterly of like amount on the common stock, both payable
Dec. 15.
;
!■,
MacKinnon Steel Corp., Ltd.—Dividend of $1.75 a share on account of
accumulations on the 7% cumul.
preferred stock, par $100, payable
Dec. 15.
This will be the first dividend paid since
February, 1933, when
87He. a share was distributed on this issue,
.

stock,

payable Dec.

15.

of $1.25 a share on the

This

with

compares

$10 par,
50c. paid on

Sept. 15, last.
Marlin-Rockwell

a

share to

the common stock of no par value
$1.75 a share, payable Dec. 16.
on

Maryland Fund, Inc.—Extra distribution

of 5c.

a share in cash and an
additional 3% in stock as well as the
regular distribution of 5c. a share
Both the regular and extra
payments will be made on Dec. 15,

in cash.
next.

of 25c.

a

share

on

the $10

par, common stock was paid on Oct. 27, last.

Radiator & Mfg. Co.—Dividend of one share of the
recently
created funding stock for each share of class A stock
held, payable half
on Dec. 15, 1937 and half on Jan.
10, 1938, to holders of record Dec. 1.
This dividend will clear up arrears on the class A

$19,50

stock, which will total

a

share at the year-end.

Cash

Register Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a
quarterly of similar amount on the no par common stock, payable Dec,
23. 1937, and Jan. 15, respectively.

National Distillers Products
the

no

regular dividend of similar amount

on

the

of 2 He. a

common

share and a
stock, both payable

1.

National Oats Co.—Dividend

a

share to 50c.

new
a

common

stock

of

no

par

share, payable Dec. 1.

Meteor Motor Car Co.—Dividend on the no par capital stock increased
from 75c. a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 6.
Midland Steel Products Co.—Dividend on the no
par, common stock of
share, payable Dec. 24.
This compares with 50c.
Oct. 1, July 1, April 1 and Jan. 1, last.
a




a

a

share to 50c.

share on

the

on

stock increased from 25c.

common

share, payable Dec. 1.

a

National Transit Co.—Dividend on the $12 H par, capital stock
from 45c. a share to 55c. a share, payable Dec. 15.
New

Idea, Inc.—Special dividend of 65c.

of 15c.

share

a

New York

on

the

common

stock, payable Dec.
paid on Oct. 15. last.

Niagara Hudson

increased

share and a regular quarterly
stock, both payable Dec. 15.
a

City Omnibus Corp.—Special dividend of $2.50

common

a

share

on

the

An initial dividend of $2.40 a share

15.

Power Corp.—Dividend of 40c.

share on the $15

a

common stock, payable Dec. 15.
A similar amount was paid on
Dec. 15, 1936, being the first distributed since March 31, 1933.

par

Niagara Share Corp. of Md.—Dividends
increased from 15c.

a

share to 45c.

a

on the class B common stock
share, payable Dec. 24.

Norfolk & Western Ry.—Extra dividend of $6 a share on the $100 par,
common stock, payable Dec. 22.
A regular quarterly dividend of $2.50
was previously declared, payable on the same date.
^orth American Aviation, Inc.—Initial dividend of 12Hc. a share on the
Hcapital stock, payable Dec. 22.

orth Central Texas Oil

Co., Inc.—Final dividend of 20c.

$5 par, common stock, payable Dec. 15.
paid on July 1, last.

a

share

on

the

A dividend of 15c. a share was
V

Northwest Engineering Co.—Dividend on the common stock increased
from 25c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Dec. 20.
mon

share on the com¬

a

stock, payable Jan. 3, 1938.

Ohio Confection Co.—Dividend on the class A stock increased from 25c.
a share to 50c. a share, payable Dec. 15.
Ohio Finance Co.—Special dividend of 50c. a share and a quarterly divi¬
dend of 30c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 22.
The
special distribution will be made in 5% notes.
■
;

Oilstocks, Ltd.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share and a regular semi-annual
dividend of 20c. a share on the $5 par common stock, both payable
Dec. 16.

Omnibus

;

Corp.—Initial dividend of $1.80

a

share

on

the

.; ■

,

common

.'
stock

payable Dec. 23.
Otis

Elevator

from 40c.

a

Co.—Dividend

share to 60c.

a

the

on

no

par

stock

common

share, payable Dec. 20.

increased

•

regular quarterly or like amount on the common stock, both payable
Dec. 24.
■;
,:v
Pacific Public Service Co.—Dividend of $1.30 a share payable Dec. 15
and a second dividend of 50c. a share, on account of arrears, payable
Jan. 5, 1938.
The above declarations wipe out all arrears on the $1.30
cum.

1st pref. stock of no par value.

Pacific Tin Corp.—Extra dividend of 85c. a share and a regular quarterly
of 50c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 24.
Pacific

Western

from 65c.

a

Panhandle
share

on

Oil

Corp.—Dividend

share to 75c.

a

on the common stock increased
share, payable Dec. 15,

Eastern

Pipe Line Co.—Special year-end dividend of 50c,
the company's common stock, payable Dec. 16.
This is the

first dividend to be declared

Parker

on

the

common

a

share paid on

stock.

•

Rust-Proof

Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 37He. a share on the $2H par common stock,
both payable Dec. 1.
j

Parkersburg Rig & Reel Co.—Special dividend of 80c.
a

share

on

the

a share and a
stock, both payable

common

Dec. 1.

Park

Utah

common

Consolidated Mines Co.—Dividend of 15c. a share on the
stock, payable Dec. 20.
This will be the first dividend paid
10, 1929, when 20c. a share was distributed.

since July

Peninsular

Telephone Co.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of like amount on the no par value common shares.
The extra will be paid on Dec. 22 and the regular quarterly on Jan. 1.
trust

Dec.

certificates increased from 25c.

on

the

share to

a

15.',

Pennsylvania Salt Mfg. Co.—Dividend

on

stock voting
share, payable

common

50c.

a

v'

'•

the $50 par, common stock

increased from $2 a share to $3 a share, payable Dec. 15.
from 50c.

a

Pennsylvania

RR.—Dividend
share to 75c.

Water

increased from $1 a

Merrimack Hat Corp.—Dividend on the
value increased from 25c.

Corp.—Extra dividend of 75c.

stock, payable Dec. 21.

par, common

National Gas & Electric Corp.—Initial dividend of 15c. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec, 20.

Pennsylvania

McKinley Mines Securities Co.—Extra dividend

$3

Corp.—Special dividend of $3 a share on the

capital stock, payable Dec. 15.

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp.—Dividend

McCord

Dec.

National Bond & Share

regular quarterly of 40c.

Massachusetts pre & Marine Insurance Co.—Extra dividend of $2 a
share and a semi-annual dividend of
$5 a share on the capital stock both
payable Dec. 15.
Mathieson Alkali Works—Year-end dividend of 52
He. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec. 23.
A regular payment of 37Hc. a share
was made on Sept. 30, last.

(Oscar) Mayer & Co., Inc.—Special dividend

a

21.

National

a

Corp.—Dividend

increased from $1.50

■

Dec.

Pacific Finance Corp. of Calif.—Extra dividend of 45c. a share and a

Lyon Metal Products Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 25c.

Magma Chopper Co.—Year-end dividend

stock in¬

share and

a

regular quarterly of like amount or the common stock, both payable

a

Louisville & Nashville RR.—Extra dividend of $1
par, common stock, payable Dec. 23, next.

commoii

National Bearings Metals Corp.—Dividend on the common
creased from 50c. a share to 75c. a share, payable Dec. 1.

,

value, both pyable Dec. 31.

par

LoomisrSayles Mutual Fund, Inc.—Dividend

•:

on the $1 par, common stock increased
share, payable Dec. 20.

from 25c. a share to 50c. a

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd.—Extra dividend of $2

Savers Corp.—Special dividend of 70c.

terly dividend of 40c.
Dec. 1.

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

Muskogee Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased from
35c. a share to 65c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

,

,

share in cash or

a

the common

on

share and

a

common

j of common stockholders on Dec. 4.

^.ife

on the common stock increased
payable Dec. 22.

Muskegon Piston Ring Co.—Dividend

regular

a

Interstate Natural Gas Co., Inc.—Dividend on the common stock in¬
creased from $1 a share to $1.60 a share,
payable Dec. 15.
on

The regular

terly dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common stock.
dividend is payable on Nov. 30 and the extra on Dec. 23.

(G. C.) Murphy Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
from 90c. a share to $1 a share, payable Dec. 1.

was

share and

a

quarterly of 37He. a share on the no par common stock, both payable

of 75c.

Lode Coalition Mines Co.—Dividend on the no par common
stock increased from 12Hc. a share to 45c. a share, payable Dec. 23.

Mother

Motor Finance Corp.—Extra dividend of $2 a share and a regular quar¬

National Bond & Investment Co.—Extra dividend of 36c.

share, payable Dec. 22.

International

Drill & Machine Co.—Dividend on the capital stock in¬
creased from $1.50 a share to $2 a share, payable Nov. 15 and an extra
dividend of $3.50 a share, payable Dec. 15.

National Acme Co.—Dividend

Illinois Bell Telephone Co.—Dividend on the $100 par capital stock in¬
creased from $2 a share to $2.75 a share, payable Dec. 15.

Incorporated Investors—Dividend increased

stock, payable Dec. 22.

common

Morse Twist

■

mon

a

on
the $50 par, capital
share, payable Dec. 20.

stock increased

&

Power Co.—Dividend on the cqmmon stock
share to $1.50 a share, payable Jan.^37 1938.

Peoples Drug Stores, Inc.—Special dividend of $1 a share and a regular
quarterly or 25c. a share on the common stock of no par value, both
payable Dec. 20.
Perfect Circle Co.—Extra dividend of 75c.

dividend of 50c. a share-on the
Permutit

Co.—Initial dividend

payable Dec. 20.

common

of

50c.
-

a share and a regular quarterly
stock, both payable Dec. 20. ^

a

share

on

the

common

stock,

DEC., 1937]

Texas Gulf Producing Co.—Dividend of 10c. a share on the no par com¬
mon stock, payable Dec. 23.
An initial dividend of 5c. a share was paid
on Dec. 15, 1936.

Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co.—Dividend of $2

a share on the capital
This will be the first dividend paid since July

stock, payable Dec. 10.
17, 1933.
•

i

Peter
50c.

Texas Gulf
Sulphur Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common stock, both
payable Dec. 15.
*

Paul, Inc.—Dividend
a

share to 70c.

Pictorial

on the new no par shares increased from
share, payable Dec. 10.

a

Paper Package Corp.—Extra of 6 He. a share and a regular
or 8He. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 22.

Texas Pacific Land Trust—Dividend of 20c. a share on the sub-shares,
payable Dec. 27.
An initial dividend of 10c. a share was paid on Dec.
21, 1936. /'

quarterly

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR.—Dividend

the

on

increased from $2 ashareto $2.50 a share, payable

15

REVIEW

MONTHLY

§50 par capital stock
Dec. 15.

t

stock

Thatcher Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of $1.50 a share in addition to the
regular quarterly of 25c. a share on the no par common stock, both pay¬

Pittsburgh Thrift Corp.—Extra dividend of 20c. a share and a regular
quarterly of 17He. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 20.

Thomson Electric Welding Co.t—Dividend of $3 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 1.
This compares with 50c. a share paid on Sept. 1

Pittsburgh Screw & Bolt Corp.—Dividend
increased from 15c.

share to 20c.

a

the

on

no par common

share, payable Dec. 21.

a

able DeC. 15.

*

Plume

&

last.

Atwood

common

•

'

Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of $2.50

stock, payable Dec. 10.

share on the

a

no

Plymouth Oil Co.—Extra dividend

a

share on the

stock, payable Dec. 17.

par common

'

1

,

Tide Water Associated Oil Co.—Extra dividend of 15c.

w

r

v

/<,

of 25c. a share and a regular quarterly
the $5 par, common stock, both payable Dec. 22.

Tilo Roofing Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. a share and a regular quarterly
of like amount on the $1 par common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Pneumatic Scale Corp.—Dividend on the common stock increased from
30c. a share to 60c. a share, payable Nov. 24.
;

Timken Roller Bearing Co.—Extra dividend of $1.75 a share and a regu¬

of 35c.

*

share

a

on

>,

Polaris Mining Co.—Initial dividend of 3 cents
stock, payable Nov. 29.

Pollock's, Inc.—Dividend on the common
share to 3734c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

Share

a

lar

"<vK;

of $1.25

stock increased from 7He. a

share

a

on

the

Todd

u

Union

the American shares

Nov.

on

terly dividend of 30c.
Nov.

1.

share

a

the

on

,^Y"

\

share and

■

share

a

paid on

a

from 60c.

,

a

share to $1

share

on

the

no

on

.

the

: V;

stock increased from $2.50

share to $3.50

a

a

on

be

paid

share to 80c.

a

a

the

on

new no

Y

of $1.50

a

share

was

paid,

-YYY/Y

:

Corp.—Extra dividend of 20c.

a

stock, payable Dec. 15.

share

par,

|

s

of five

$1

y

increased from 50c.

common

Standard Oil Co. of Calif.—Extra dividend of 55c.

a

share and

a

.

Oil Co. of Indiana—Extra dividend of 75c.
regular quarterly dividend of 25c. a share or. the $25 par,
both payable Dec. 15.
\
-

on

on

Standard

Oil Co.

of

.

.

Kentucky—Extra dividend

^

^

''

■'

.

'

_

and

share and

a

?

t

payable Dec. 15.

Standard

Silica

YV^-YYhY'Y;

/y-v

Corp.—Extra dividend of 12c.

share

a

'

a share on the common stock
* /Y^Y.^/a'V maYY.'-.
'•

.JY'--.vY-Y\

~

a

share and

a

regular

?uarterly on 95c. a share onV.y' par $10, both *Y'-:T,
the capital stock",
payable
>ec. 1.
v,

Storkline

\r(

Furniture

increased from

I/

-

Corp.—Dividend

1234c.

a

share to 25c.

'

Superior Portland Cement Co.—Dividend of $1.50
;>

common

stock, payable Nov. 29.

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the $10 par, common stock
share, payable Nov. 27.

on
a

a share on the

class B

This will be the first dividend paid

on

i the class B shares since De. 20. 1932, wuen 1214c. a s
are was distributed.
(James) Talcott, Inc.—Extra cash dividend of 10c. a share on the com¬

stock, payable Dec. 15.
This is in addition to a cash dividend of
t 15c. a share which was also declared on this issue, payable Jan.
1, 1938.
mon

Tappan Stove Co.—Dividend
initial distribution of 20c.

a

on

share

the
on

stock

increased from an
June 15 last to 80c. a share, payable
common

Dec. 15 next.

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Texas Corp.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share

payable Dec. 24.




A distribution of 30c. a share
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creased from 10c. a share to 20c. a share,

was

the $25 par common stock

a

payable Dec. 15.
share and a regular quarterly

payable Dec. 15.

J

on the outstanding shares of 7 % cumulative preferred stock in the amount
$36.75 per share, payable, at the election of stockholders, either (a) in
134 shares of common stock of the company, $10 par value, plus $6.75
in cash, or (b) wholly in cash.
Tnis dividend was paid on Nov. 26,
to holders of record Nov. 15.
Written notice of election must be received

from

preferred stockholders prior to the close of business Nov. 22, if

such stockholders are to receive payment of the dividend wholly in cash
rather than in common stock and cash.

Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.—Special dividend of 40c. a share and a regular

quarterly dividend of 15c. a share on the common stock par $25.
The
special dividend will be paid on Dec. 17 and the regular quarterly will be
made on Jan. 3.
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Youngstown Steel Door Co.—Dividend of 75c.

a share on the larger
outstanding, payable Dec. 15.
Recently
stock was split up on a two-for-one basis. A dividend of
share was paid on the old stock on Sept. 15, last.

amount of common stock now

the company's
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Yukon Gold Co.—Dividend

'

made on Dec. 22,

of

$1.25
on

31, 1938,

share on the

Wright Aeronautical Corp.—Dividend of $2 a share on the common
Stock, payable Nov. 26.
This compares with $1 paid on Dec. 14, 1936.
(Rudolph) Wurlitzer Co.—On Nov. 15, the directors declared a dividend

a

Stanley Works—Year-end dividend of $1.40
payable Dec. 15.

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Worcester Salt Co.—Extra dividend of $1

regular
quarterly of 20c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 1.

Sterling Products, Inc.—Special dividend of 40c.

■

of 50c. a share on the $100 par, common stock, both
and

a

Wisconsin Investment Co.

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& Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $2

Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry.—Initial dividend of $3 a share on the common
stock, payable Dec. 18.„s
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(Del.)—Dividend on the common stock in-

a

,

Standard Oil Co. of Ohio—Special dividend of 50c. a share and a
regular
quarterly dividend of 25c. a share on the $25 par common stock both

payable Dec. 15,.v-r-

share, payable Dec. 20.

20c. a share were distributed.
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Westmoreland Coal Co.—Dividend of $1 a share on the common stock,

a

payable
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a

July 30, 1938, to holders of record June 30 and 25 cents Oct
Sept 30.

1936.

of 20c.
j

-

share to $1.25

Westminster Paper Co., Ltd.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the $10 par
common stock, payable Nov.
1.
Previously semi-annual dividends of

common stock

lec 15
Suartorly of 25c. a share on the $10 par common stock, both

stock increased from

common arid 7%
partic. pref. stock (both of $50 par value), payable
Dec. 21.
The regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share which had been
previously declared will be paid on these issues on Nov. 30.

1

par'
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regular

share

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Westinghouse Electric

Quarterly of Y:'Y:.Y-t-'V'v\',Y YYYYYyY the no par common stock, both payable
>ec. 15*
25c. a share on :-Y;Y•'Y'.-;'.'v..,;.Y'VY'-Y Y-." YYY':YY;
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to holders of record

v4and June 30, last.
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Standard Dredging Co.—Initial quarterly dividend of 40c. a share
the $1.60 cumulative preferred stock of no
par value, payable Dec
«

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

Co.—Dividend

share to 75c.

regular quarterly dividend of 1234c. a share on the common stock, both
payable Jan. 3.
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the $1

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Westinghouse Air Brake Co.—Stockholders at a special meeting held
Nov. 16 approved the plan for distrioution of $2 per share in dividends out
of paid-in surplus.
The dividends, as provided by the plan, will be pay¬
able as follows: $1.25 a share Dec. 23, 1937, to holders of record Nov. 27,
25 cents payable April 30, 1938, to holders of record March 31; 25 cents

share, payable Dep. 10.
Square D Co.—Dividend of $1.05 a share on the class B stock no par
value, payable Dec. 24.
This compares with 35c. a share paid on Sent 30

on

Alloys Steel

Wesson Oil & Snowdrift Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and a

a

likewise declared

stock, both payable Dec. 15.

par

Wagner Electric Corp.—Dividend on the common stock of $15 par,

.

was

no

Viking Pump Co.—Special dividend of $1.25 a share on the no par comY, mon stock, payable Dec. 15.
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Southland Royalty Co.—Dividend on the $5 par common stock
increase
from 10c. a share to 20c. a share, payable Dec. 15.
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Southwest Consolidated Gas Utilities Corp.—Dividend on the

;\Y:A special dividend of 40c. a share
common stock, payable on Dec. 1,

stock of

a share and a quarterly dividend
of 25c. a share on the larger amount of common shares now outstanding,
both payable Dec. 15.

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share to $1

a

Veeder-Root, Inc.—Extra dividend of $2

par.

Soundview Pulp Co.—Stock dividend of 2-100ths of a share of $100
par
6% preferred stock for each share of $5 par common stock held payable
on the common shares on Dec. 15.

a

share and

a

r

Manufacturing Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 1234c. a share on the $1 par, capital stock, both
payable Dec. 10.^ >y..-;/Y:Y<Y' ;V■ -Y
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stock increased from 50c.

of 50c.

Vapor Car Heating Co.—Dividend on the no par common stock increased
from $1 share to $3 a share, payable Dec. 10.

Soss
\

dividend

Van Raalte, Inc.—Dividend on the $5 par, common
75c. a share to $1.3734 a share, payable Dec. 1.

common

cents a share on the

Co.—Extra

Gypsum

stock

of America—Dividend of $1 a share on the common
This will be the first dividend paid on the com¬
stock, payable Dec. 15.
mon shares since Feb. 16, 1931, when 75c. a share was distributed.

Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc.—Special dividend of 30c. a share on the
$15 par, capital stock, payable Dec. 15.
This compares with 25c. paid
on Sept. 15 and March 15, last, and on Dec. 15
and Sept. 15, 1936.

Corp.—Special dividend
common stock, payable Dec. 20.

States

increased from 60c.

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Sonotone

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Vanadium Corp.

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the $1

on

.

cumulative priority stock of no par value.

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Engineering & Foundry Co.—Dividend of $2 a share on the
A regular quarterly of 50c. a

Vanadium

Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron Co.—Special dividend of $1.50 a share on
the common stock, payable Dec. 21.
This will be the first dividend to
be paid on the common shares since March 20. 1929 when a
quarterly
x'vr

share in

Utility Equities Corp.—Directors decided to defer payment of the semi¬
annual dividend of $2.75 a share ordinarily due on Dec. 1 on the $5.50

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Inc.—Dividend of $1.25 a share on the com¬
value payable Dec. 21.
Tnis compares with 50c. a
share paid on Sept. 30, last.
mon

par common shares

share, payable Dec. 15.

a regular
both payable

and

stock, both payable Dec. 27.

of $1.25 a share on the no par common

stock, payable Dec. 15.
This represents the first dividend to
the common stock since 1930.
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increased from 50c.

stock,

U. S. Tobacco Co.—Extra dividend of $2 a share and a regular quarterly

on

Simonds Saw & Steel Co.—Dividend

share

a

common

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Stores, Inc.—Extra dividend of 90 cents
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Universal Products Co.,

(Frank G.) Shattuck Co.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share and a regular
quarterly dividend of 15c., both payable Dec. 21«';..vY.
Simmons-Boardman Publishing Corp.—Dividend of 75c. a share on the
common

par

regular quarterly dividend of like amount on the common stock $20 par.
The extra will be paid on Dec. 24 and the regular payment on Dec. 31.

Scott Paper Co.—Dividend for the fourth quarter of 40c.
a share and
an extra of 10c. a share on the
outstanding no par value common capital
stock, both payable Dec. 15.
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$5 par, common stock, payable Dec. 17.
share was distributed on Nov. 16, last,

United

of a share of 5% preference
held, payable Dec.15.

each share of common stock

the

& Electric Corp.—Dividend on the no par common
increased from 50c. a share to $1.08 a share, payable Dec. 10.

on the no par common
share, payable Dec. 23.

Safeway Stores, Inc.—Dividend of l-100th
stock

Y:

United Gas

Safety Car Heating & Lighting Co.—Dividend
v

on

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United Fruit Co.—Special dividend of $1 a share and a regular quarterly»
of 75c. a share on the no par common stock, payable Dec. 23, 1937 and
Jan. 15, 1938, respectively.

par common stock increased

share, payable Dec. 20.

a

share

_

United

1

Ross Gear & Tool Co.—Dividend

Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

a

,

the convertible

Rose's 5,10 & 25 Cent Stores, Inc.—Extra dividend of 50c.
$1 par common shares, payable Dec. 1.

This compares with a dividend of 50c. a

United Amusement Corp., Ltd.—Dividend of 45c. a share on the class A
and B stocks,
paid Nov. 30.
Previously regular semi-annual divi¬
dends of 30c. a share were distributed.

a

on

This compares with 25c. paid on Dec. 22,1936.

dividend of 20 cents per share on the
The extra dividend is payable at
option of stockholders either in cash or in common stock at rate of onetenth share for each share held.
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common

regular quar¬
stock, both payable on
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Rollins Hosiery Mills—Initial dividend of $4
preferred stock, payable Dec. 16.

a share and a quarterly
capital stock, both payable Dec. 20.

addition to the regular quarterly

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of 25c.

Dec. 23.
Union Premier Food

a share was

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dividend

common

Rheem Mfg. Co.—Extra dividend of 30c. a share and a regular dividend
of 20c. a share on the common stock, both payable Dec. 15.

Rhodesian Selection Trust—Initial dividend of 9c.

par

Underwood-Elliott-Fisher Co.—Special dividend of 25c. a share and a
regular quarterly dividend of $1 a share on the no par common stock,
both payable Dec. 15.
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Rich Ice Cream Co.—Extra dividend of 10c.

no

stock, payable Dec. 15.
share paid on Sept. 30.

semi-annual

(R. J.) Reynolds Tobacco Co.—Dividend of 60c. a share on the
and class B common stock, payable Jan. 3, 1938.
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on

mon

Phila.—Extra dividend of 40c. a share in
dividend of 30c. a share on the $10 par
capital stock, both payable Dec. 15.
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the

to

share

stock, payable Nov. 10.

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Insurance Co.

addition

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Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.—Dividend of $1 a share on the com¬

oth stock and also
£ref. payable Jan. 1, a dividend of 50c. a share on the common stock,
1938.

Reliance

stock, both payable

no par common

Transue & Williams Steel Forging Corp.—Extra year-end dividend of
15c. a share in addition to the regwar quarterly dividend of 15c. a share
on the no par value common stock, both payable Dec. 1.,
Trunz Pork Stores, Inc.—Dividend of 50c. a share on the no par common

share on the $2 cum.

a

the

-

no par common

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Rayonier, Inc.—Initial quarterly dividend of 50c.

on

Shipyards Corp.—Special dividend of $3

of 50c.

=;

■

share

Tokheim Oil Tank & Pump Co.-—Dividend of 75c. a share on the common stock, payable Dec. 18.
An extra of 25c. and a quarterly of 25c.
a share were paid on Sept. 15 and July 14 last.

stock, payable Dec. 21.
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Radio Corp. of America—Dividend of 20 cents per share on company's
common stock, payable Dec. 21.
This will be the first time that the
>
company has ever paid a dividend on its common shares.
At the same
time directors declared a dividend of $31.25 per share on the old B pref.
stock for the period from Oct. 1, 1931, to Dec. 31, 1937, also payable
Dec. 21.

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Power Corp. of Canada, Ltd.—Interim dividend of 30c. a share on the
common stock, payable Dec. 31.
This compares with 25c. paid on July
26 last..
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Pullman, Inc.—Special dividend

quarterly of 75c.

Dec. 4. '/0/r.:■■■.:.YyY. '
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Title Insurance Corp. of St. Louis—Dividend on the $25 par common
stock increased from 25c. a share to 6234c. a share, payable Nov. 30.,

the common

on

a

on

the capital stock increased from six jcents

share to nine cents a share, payable Dec. 22.

gate, at the lowest level since the early part of April, 1935.

CHANGES

UNFAVORABLE

American Stores Co.—The directors have omitted dividends for the first
time since April, 1920, usually payable at this time
'on account of in¬
creased taxes ana labor costs."
The company paid 25 cents a share each
on Oct. 1 and July 1 and 50 centsa share each on April 1 and Jan. 2,1937.
American
of

a

on Nov. 30 omitted the declaration
preferred stock at this time.
Dividends
Sept. 15, June 15 and March 15, last.

Woolen Co.—Directors

dividend due on the 7 % cum.

of $1 a share were paid on

Ltd.—Semi-annual dividend of 10c. a share on the
stock, no par value, payable Jan. 2, 1938.
Previously regular
semi-annual dividends of 20c. a share were distributed.

Anglo-Huronian,
common

Beaunit Mills, Inc.—Directors took no action on the declaration of a
dividend on the common stock ordinarily due Dec. 1.
A payment of
40c.

share was made oh Sept. 1 and on June

a

1, last.

Beneficial Loan Society (Del.)—Dividend on the no par common stock
reduced from 20c. a share to 15c. a share, payable Dec. 1.

Border City Mfg. Co.—No action taken on the payment of a dividend on
the common stock ordinarily due at this time.
Dividends of 50c. a share
were paid on Aug. 14, last.

Bridgeport Brass Co.—Dividend
25c.

share to 10c.

a

on

the no par capital stock reduced from

share, payable Dec. 17.

a

Cabot

a

share to 75c.

share, payable Dec. 15.

Mfg. Co.—Directors decided to omit the dividend ordinarily due at

this time
on

a

on

the capital stock.

All

Dividends of $1.50

share

a

Aug. 14, last, and each three months previously.

were

dividend be paid during the current fiscal year
that ends Nov. 30, 1937.
The last payment on the common stock was
a dividend of 75c. a share distributed on Sept. 27, 1935.

(S. R.) Dresser Mfg. Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the class A stock,
payable Dec. 20.
This compares with $3 paid on Dec. 1, 1936.

Electromasteiv Inc.—Dividend
share to 5c.

a

on the $1 par, common stock reduced from
share, payable Dec. 10.

Globe Wernicke Co.—Dividend on the common stock reduced from 30c.
share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 15.

a

Hoskins Manufacturing Co.—Dividend on the $2H par common stock
reduced from 40c. a share to 25c. a share, payable Dec. 24.

Kobacker Stores, Inc.—Directors decided to defer action on the payment
of a common dividend until their January meeting.
On Sept. 1, last,
dividends of 50c. a share were paid.
share

a

on

the cumulative

preferred stock, series A, 7%, ond a dividend of 75c. a share on the
cumulative preferred stock series B 6%, both payable Jan. 1, 1938.
The above payments represent one-half the regular quarterly dividends
due at this time on these
stocks, upon which the full dividends have been

paid, without interruption, since issuance.
McWilliam8 Dredging Co.—Directors announced

Sassed a resolution to the effecr that

on

Nov. 6 that they had

further dividends would be

no
eclared payable on the common stock this year.
A dividend of 25c. a
share was paid on Sept. 1, last.
,
;
Merchants & Miners Transportation Co.—Dividend ordinarily due at
,

.

this time omitted on the common stock.
On Sept. 30, last, a dividend
of 40c. a share was paid.
\
Newmarket Mfg. Co.—Dividend on the no par capital stock reduced from
$2 a share to $1 a share, payable Nov. 15.
Pacific Mills—No action taken on the payment of a dividend on the no

Sar common stock. 10, last.
10, and March Dividends of 50c. a share were paid on Sept. 10,
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une

Phelps Dodge Corp.—Dividend
from 45c.

a

share to 35c.

a

on the $25 par, capital stock reduced
share, payable Dec. 18.

Plymouth

Fund, Ind.—Dividend on the class A stock reduced from
lJ4c. a share to lc. a share, payable Dec. 1.
Portland Gas & Coke Co.—President Paul B. McKee in a letter sent to

stockholders said that directors desire to pay dividends on the preferred
stocks but in view of current business uncertainty and problems con¬
fronting company it has been decided to defer action until later time.
Company's 7% preferred is $27.05 a share in arrears and 6% prefereed
Is $23.68 a share in arrears as of Sept. 30, 1936.
The last previous
payments by the company-were $1.06 on the 6% preferred and $1.25 on
the 7% preferred on Feb. 1, last.
Powdrell & Alexander, Inc.—No action taken on the payment of a divi¬
dend due on the $5 par common stock on Dec. 15. A dividend of 20c.
'a share was paid on Sept. 15, last.
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Quaker State Oil Refining Corp.—Near-end dividend of 15c.
the $10 par, common

paid

,

stock, payable Dec. 24.

on Sept. 15, last.

share on
with 25c.

a

This compares

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Queens Borough Gas & Electric Co.—:-Dividend of 75c.

a

share

on

the

6%

cum. preferred stock, payable Jan. 1,1938.
This payment represents
one-half the regular quarterly dividend on the stock, upon which the
full dividend has been paid, without
interruption, from the date of the

original issue, v.
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Rock wood & Co.—Directors passed the dividends on the
5%
ferred and 5% preferred stock due at this time.

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Iprior pre¬

(T. L.) Smith Co.—Dividend due at this time on the 6% cum. preferred
stock, par $10, omitted.
A dividend of 15c. a share was paid on Sept. 1
and June 1, last.
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Sioux

City Stock Yards Co.—Dividend ordinarily due at this time

the company's common stock omitted.
Previously regular
dividends of 37Kc. a share were distributed.

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Thompson Products, Inc.—Dividend
creased from 50c. a share to 30c.

Vogt Mfg. Corp.—Dividend
a

share to 20c.

on

the

a

on

the

no

par

on

quarterly
stock de¬

common

share, payable Dec. 23.
stock reduced from 40c.

no par common

share, payable Dec. 1.

a

Welch Grape Juice Co.—Dividend of 25c. a share on the no par common
stock, payable Dec. 10 as compared with 75c. a share paid on Aug. 24
> and on
May 28, last.

66.52 points.

stock, payable Jan. 3, 1938.
30c.

a

share

were

of 25c.

share

a

on

the

no

par

Previously, regular quarterly dividends of.

distributed.

Industries, Inc.—No action taken on the common dividend
ordinarily due on Dec. 15.
A regular quarterly dividend of 25c, a share
paid on Sept. 15, last,
COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET DURING NOVEMBER, 1937

The long decline in stock prices was unchecked in Novem¬
The month began badly.
the

extremely

severe

The rally which developed

drop

experienced

Oct.

on

19

played out in the last few days of October, and November
began with prices
was

the down-grade again.

on

The recession

briefly halted just before Armistice Day, but in the

third week prices melted away rapidly and the lowest levels

yet reached

on

the reaction

were

attained.

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The net result of the month's churning about was a
of

9.52

New

points

York

This compared with

points in October and
was

one

a

fall

of

the fourth consecutive month of declining stock

a




gain.

12.89

of 13.34 points in September.

Indeed, in only two months of the
closed with

to 62.37

points.

While the November market
than that of

October, it

was

only slightly less weak

was a good

deal less active.

The

volume of stock dealings on the New York Stock Exchange
amounted

to

51,127,611
September.
was

29,254,626

a

33,854,188

against

shares

short month, and had three holidays.

about

against

November

in

and

in

It should be pointed out, however, that Novem¬

daily turnover

age

shares

October

in

shares

The

aver¬

about 1,200,000 shares in November

was

1,900,000

October.

in

Bond

dealings

also

declined, the month's total of $172,494,000 par value
paring with $227,502,000 in October.

com¬

Two

facts

about

November market

the

which

stood

were

the indication that the

ment

displayed by utilities than by industrial stocks.

out

urgent selling had been
completed and the greater resistance to the selling move¬
more

The

conferences held by President Roosevelt with some leaders
of the public utility industry led investors to believe that
was

against the utilities.

going to call

a

halt in its crusade

The month did not bring forth definite

signs that the Administration's punitive expedition against
industry was being called off, but the hopes lingered on.

the

The

utility stocks had the smallest decline of

any of the
November.
The weakest
groups
were
the manufacturing,
automobile and store
stocks.<7 -7 ?:,77 7; - / 7>
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The gesture of amity which the Administration made

important

share

groupings

in

,

toward

the public

utilities

was

only one of several

moves

conciliatory to business made during the month.

After a
conference at the White House, on Nov. 9, President

power

Roosevelt

indicated at his press conference that he was
giving serious thought to the construction problem and the
opportunity for building and expansion in the public utility

industry.
in

Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr.,
speech at New York on Nov. 10, promised a reduction

a

in Federal expenditures, a balancing of the Federal

budget,
he said,
wanted to see capital go into the productive channels of
private industry and wanted to see private business expand.
In his message to Congress, convening in special session on
Nov. 15, President Roosevelt said that an immediate task
obviously was "to try to increase the use of private capital
and

revision of

a

to create

employment."

"aimed

way

laws."

tax laws.

the

The government,

He spoke of studies already under

a| elimination of any injustices

in our tax

On Nov. 29 President Roosevelt urged upon

Congress
legislation intended to stimulate greater activity in home
building.
On Nov. 30 a special Presidential message to
Congress advocated a reduction of $113,000,000 a year in
Federal

appropriations for highways.
was aiming at genuine concessions
to, private capital and industry, it did not get any further
in November than the spoken word.
The promised reforms
If the Administration

still paper reforms; the attitude of conciliation was
promptly crystallized into concrete measures.
In the
future it may be possible to look back on November, 1937,
as an historic month, during which the Roosevelt Adminis¬
tration began to retreat from its anti-business stand.
But
were

not

the

the stock market clearly indicated that in¬
disposed to wait until the gestures of concilia¬
tion took tangible form before concluding that the course

of

course

vestors

were

business

of

stock

in the

prices

were

immediate future lay

at

upward and that

bargain levels.

The skepticism displayed by investors over the apparent
change of heart in Administration circles was made to seem
well founded
of

man

the

on

Nov. 22, when William O. Douglas, Chair¬

Securities

bellicose blast

and

at the

New

Exchange

ening

Commission,

York Stock

leveled

Exchange, threat¬

it with

government intervention unless certain re¬
by the SEC were put into effect. The Doug- *
las statement was rather clearly shown to have sprung from

Prices

on

year

a
frustrated attempt by the SEC to have the Stock Ex¬
change shoulder the blame for the slump in stock prices.

The Administration's professed desire to see private
more

of

capital

fully employed had to be set off against its berating

the

Stock

Exchange, an indispensable cog in the wheel
capital. ;,r ;777;,;y-:.777.'77;:>;7:7';77
While Congfbss filibustered and the Administration tem¬
porized, the business situation deteriorated rapidly. As the
of private

month closed steel output was at

29.6% of capacity against
52.1% in the last week of October, 84.1% just before Labor
Day, and 92.3% in the last week of April.
The drop in
prices
and
production
has
been
phenomenally
rapid.
Moody's index of 15 commodities has fallen 30% since the

drop

in the index of 50 stocks compiled by the

"Times."

March, 1935,

Nov. 10, 1936, at 144.44, a gain of

on

forms favored

was

after

began in

at the close of November.

common

Woodall

ber.

up

The loss since the high for the recovery has

amounted

now

a

Westmoreland, Inc.—Dividend

reached its crest

and

the Administration

Gosnold Mills Corp.—Dividend ordinarily due at this time on the 6%
cum. preferred stock omitted.
A regular quarterly dividend of $1.50 a
share was paid on Aug. 16, last.

Long Island Lighting Co.—Dividend of 87.5c.

long advance which

the

The long rise began at the 77.92-point level in

management that no

a

of

points

paid

,

Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.—Directors accepted the recommendation of

15c.

4.15

but

March, 1935, had been given

ber

Briggs & Stratton Corp.—Dividend on the capital stock decreased from
$1.25

REVIEW

MONTHLY

16

It

prices.

have stock prices

Nov. 24 were, in the aggre¬

middle of

quarter

August, compared with an 11% decline in the last
1929.
The Federal Reserve Board's index of

of

industrial
low

This

90's

production declined from 117 in August to the
November, according to preliminary figures.

in

reduction

last three

quarter
been the

in

months

of

1929.

sharpest

industrial
compares

The
on

output of about 20% in the
with one of 15% in the last

shrinkage in
record.
-

steel

production

has

Dec., 1937]

MONTHLY

EEYIEW
VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE

As to the fluctuations in individual stocks, United
was at its highest Nov. 15 at 62% and at its

States
lowest
Nov. 23 at 48%, with the close Nov. 30 at 55%.
Steel,
preferred, was at its highest Nov. 1 at 114% and at its
lowest Nov. 26 at 10.1%, with the close Nov. 30 at 106.

17

Steel

American

Tel.

&

Tel.

dropped from 154 Nov. 1 to 140%
Nov. 23, with the close Nov. 30 at 149.
American Can fell
from 92% Nov. 1
tq 80% Nov. 26, with the close Nov. 30
at 87.
General Electric moved down from 44 Nov. 12 to
36% Nov. 20, with the close Nov. 30 at 42%. Allied Chem¬
ical & Dye was at its highest Nov. 12 at 168 and at its lowest
Nov. 23 at 145, with the close Nov. 30 at 155%.
Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. moved down from 106% Nov. 12 to 87%
Nov.

1937
Month of November—
Stock sales—No. of shares

Nov. 30

Central
Nov.

at

at its

was

27.

In

the

railroad

28,995,000
19,252,000

150,963,000
42,782,000
66,359,000

Total bond sales

172,494,000

290,695,000

301,977.000

260,094,000

381,042,190

447,446,692

336,046,436

300,248.022

$

$

Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales

(par value)—

Total bond sales...

1

•

•

'

'

'

•

1

EXCHANGE

1

.

,

fell

30

at

Nov.

14

from

12

to

10

Nov.

23,

1

.

V
,

considerable number, likewise,
foreign government bond prices:

First

Range During November, 1937

Last

Sale

Sale

4%a
1947-1952
3348-—*...1943-1945
4s._
:
.1944-1954
3% a
1945-1956
Treasury 3%a
1943 1947
Treasury 3s
1951-1955

Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury

1

Lowest

Highest

Nov. 30

llkl7

115.15 Nov.

116. 14 Nov. 19

116.13

106.18

106.18 Nov.

107

107

116.16

111.13 Nov.

111. 29 Nov. 29

109.26 Nov.

110. 8

106*31

106.31 Nov.

107. 14 Nov. 18

f

Nov. 19

102.26

102.26 Nov.

104.15

104.9

Treasury 3Ms——1940-1943

105.20

105.20 Nov.

106. 1

106.16 Nov.

106. 27 Nov. 19

Nov.

103. 26 Nov. 19

103.20

104. 27 Nov. 19

104.27

Nov. 16

IOV.25

104.25 Nov.

105. 19 Nov. 29

105.13

104.10 Nov.

105, 14 Nov. 19

105.9

Treasury 3%a

1941

106.17

106.16 Nov.

106, 28 Nov. 18

106.23

1944-1946
..1955-1960

106.13

106.13 Nov.

106, 28 Nov. 19

106.26

100.22

100.16 Nov.

101, 14 Nov. 19

101.10

102.20 Nov.

103 13 Nov. 19

100.21

100.21 Nov.

101. 14 Nov. 19

101.9

Treasury 2^8———-1951-1954
Treasury 2%a
—.1956-1950

99.31

99.27 Nov.

100. 26 Nov. 19

100.19

99.22

99.16 Nov.

100. 14 Nov. 19

100.8

Treasury 2%a...

98.6

98.3

•

Treasury 2Ms—-—-1945-1947
Treasury 2%a.
-—1948-1951

.1949-1953

Nov.

99, 2

Nov. 19

103.7

98.29

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—
Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—

1944-1946

3s.-...-...

102.25

102.25 Nov.

103.14 Nov. 22

1944-1949

102.10

102.10 Nov.

102.30 Nov. 19

102.27

38.............—.1942-1947

102.17 Nov.

103.20 Nov. 29

103.16

2%a

101.18 Nov.

102.12 Nov. 23

—

—1942-1947
1952

102.11

102.10 Nov.

102.29 Nov. 19

102.25

2 Ms series B.......1939-1949

100.26

100.21 Nov.

101.10 Nov. 19

101.5

2Ms series G

100.17

100.14 Nov.

100.31 Nov. 19

10CL23

—

.—

—....

1941-1944

Range for November, 1937

Opening
Foreign Bonds

Argentine external 4><jS—U ..1971

100

Australia 5s of 1925

1955

105%

Austrian (Govt) 7s—

1957

(Kingdom)

6%b

Brisbane (City) 5s.

■

1949
1957

—

(Dominion) 5s..

1952

German (Rep) 7s stamped

_.

111M

.1949

31

,V

(Govt) Internat 5%a

stamped

1965

;

——..—

Japanese Govt 6%s

1954
1965

-

5%*

Price

New South Wales (State) 5s. 1957

25%
,'75

62^

Lowest

88 M
104%
103%
105%
07%

Nov.

104

Nov.

Nov,
Nov.

108

Nov.

111% Nov.
29% Nov.

82

Nov. 19

70

Nov.

Nov.

100

102

101% Nov.
106% Nov.

(City) external 6^8—1952

65%

61

Allegheny Corp coll trust 5s. 1944

Bost & Maine 1st 5s ser A-C_ 1967

Brooklyn Union Elev 5s.
Ches & Ohio

43-2s

1950

.1992

-

65

110

4%a series A. —1949
C C C & St L 4)2s series E—197?

12

Nov. 15

102

Nov. 19

Nov.

1

.

Nov.

107

Nov.

7352 Nov.
35% Nov.

Nov. 30

Total bond sales......

65

Nov.

—

128

3M3._i.1946
432s series C— 4978
H 1st ref 432s. —196?

York Central

N Y Ont & Western ref 4s.—1992

1997

Pennsylvania RR deb 432s—1970

3%a—

—

——.1952

Warner Bros Pictures 6s——1939

Western Maryland

1st 4s

1952




Government

money rates.

to

England.

-

llff
9832

9

Nov.

to about

39M

118% Nov.
12

11732
1032
6%
6832
47%
87%

Nov.

129

Nov.

Nov.

47

Nov. 18
Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Nov. 23

00%
61%
3832
129

pur¬

amount of member bank

as

well

as

the

failure

of

currency

excess

reserves

of

all

member

banks

Underlying

•

$41,000,000 of which
Government

Australia.

month

sum

Colombia

$35,700,000 came from
and $2,300,000 from

financing operations during

the

confined to bill issues aggregating $200,000,000,
to replace maturities in the same amount.
Discount hold¬
were

ings of the 12 Reserve banks decreased from $23,426,000
Oct. 27 to $17,033,000 Dec. 1.
Bills bought in the open
market remained virtually unchanged at $2,828,000 Dec. 1
as
compared with $2,830,000 Oct. 27.
Total memoer
bank reserves, after declining from $6,950,730,000 Oct. 27,
to

$6,879,403,000 Nov. 10, rose to $6,948,927,000 Nov. 24
were
$6,906,472,000 on Dec. 1.
Average yields on

and

Treasury bills receded to new low levels, with the rate for
107-day issues declining to 0.119%.
Average yields on
5-year Treasury notes eased from 1.37 to 1.30%, those
on longer term bonds from 2.63 to
2.57%. On the Stock
Exchange the official call loan rate remained unchanged at
1%.
/: -A,-':
V
3 to

.

:

V
Low

High

Renewal

Low

'•> v<
T

High

Nov.

8—.

9—

Nov. 11

—_

Nov. 13

1
l

Nov. 18—

1

Reneivap

1

Saturday

Nov.21_.

Sunday

1

Nov.22..

l

Nov. 25

—

Nov. 26

—

,

1

Nov. 23..
Nov. 24

l

1

1

Holiday
1

•

l

■'

—

Nov.29..
Nov.30..

1

*;

i

-1
1

1

Saturday
Sunday

i

■j'

■■'

l

1

l

1

i

i
i

2532

Nov. 15

6232

25

23

security collateral were unchanged at
134% for one- to three- month and at
1K % for longer term accommodations. Again only sea ttered
new transactions occurred as the continued liquidation move¬
ment in securities had the effect of further reducing the
volume of existing loans. \

26% Nov.
95

3

,

Nov.

Nov.

1132 Nov.
9832 Nov.

992
9432
8832

9332 Nov.

88

77

85

95

8832 Nov.

70%
9032

95

—

l

1

1

1

,

Holiday
l

Nov. 28—

Sunday
I

l

Nov. 27..

Saturday

Nov. 14...

1

Nov. 20—

l

—

1

Nov. 19..

1

l

1
1

1

l

1

11

<'1;

1

l

I
I

V

1

.>,■

1

I
v

Nov. 10—

Nov. 12...

:•■■■

Saturday
Sunday

7

Nov.

l

1

♦

—

Nov.

Nov. 16—
Nov. 17—

1

5
6

1

Holiday

—

—

Nov.l' 4
Nov.
Nov.

fV.v

I

6632 Nov.

85

Nov.

market

80

9032 Nov.
H6% Nov.
8332 Nov.
i

open

limited to $37,825,000, they

contributing materially to the lower¬

$2$00,000 from

Japan,

5732
10732

933-2

95

were

possibilities in this country, and recurrent
foreign quarters that further currency experiments
may be undertaken in efforts to reverse the unfavorable trend
of business.
Total gold imports during November declined

1...

Nov.

While the total

were

investment

to

3

Nov.

the first

and

reasons for the reversal in the gold
the reported withdrawals of foreign funds
predicated on less favorable views held abroad with regard

2

5732 Nov.
2132 Nov.

obligations,

After reaching a peak of
$12,804,000,000 during the first week of November, the gold
stock of the country later in
t|ie month declined by approxi¬
mately $30,000,000, while simultaneously the Treasury's
inactive gold fund decreased to $1,242,514,603 Nov. 30.
Reported actual exports of gold totaled $30,000,000 of
which sum $25,000,000 was sent to France and $5,000,000

Nov.

86

market during

A sharp contraction in botn brokers'

loans

Total

structure.

Nov.

21

95*"
65

NOVEMBER, 1937

money

requirements to show the expected seasonal expansion, also
helped to further accentuate the easiness of the money rate

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

23,681,000

resumption of buying by the Federa

Europe.

commercial

81

4032
9032
5932
33M
12732

930,377,00n

'

Mo Kan Tex cum adj 5s....1967
N Y C & St L

Conv deb

and

50

52%
9532
6832
3832

N Y N H &

ing of

Nov.

Nov.

52 M
9332
6832
3832

761,011,000 1,084,963,000

and thus

excess reserves

Nov.

92

City Sou ref & impt 5s.. 1950
Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 5s—2003
Liggett & Myers Tob 7s.
1944

410,815,000

had the effect of increasing the

54

Nov.

Kan

of

$

33,175,000

early 1934 in the flow of gold and capital from

this country to

85

87

Internat Paper 5s ser A & B194?

'

chases of Federal securities

Nov.

92

Northern Pacific 4s.

banks

54,991.035

-

.

873,521,000

the

were

$

7632

11032 Nov.
8332 Nov.
4432 Nov.

Great Northern gen

.

November

66,021,091

J

'

THE MONEY MARKET DURING

Nov.

Nov.

$

732.465,000 1,058,395,000
16,619,000
14,816,000
11,927,000
11,752,000

Outanding developments in the

81
9

120.147,697

$

390,031,000
11,453,000
9,331,000

Foreign government...
Foreign corporate.....

48

117% Nov.

98,338,105

,

1,476,000

CALL LOAN RATES ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

8032 Nov.

Erie ref & impt 5s of 1927--; 196?
111 Cent St L & N O 5s—.1963

63%

Closing

Highest

832 Nov.
7532 Nov.
5132 Nov.

1977

77

Nov. 12

532 Nov.
6832 Nov.
4032 Nov.

4%a

26%
65%
100%

834
7534
51 %

.

99

112%
30 %

Price
Lowest

5434 Nov.
t

83)2
44%
>51%
H4%
117%

Chic Milw St P & Pac 5s A—1975
Chic & N W

19

Range for November, 1937

73

Amer & Foreign

1960

Nov.

102%
102%
107%
65%

Nov. 15

Price

Nov. 1

_—

Nov. 15

27

102

4% s

33

Nov.

106%

Power 5s...2030
Top& 8 Fgen 4s.. —.L. 1995

1003-2 Nov.
112% Nov. 22

25% Nov.
74% Nov.

1963

Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold 4s. 1948

02%
104%

62

1941

Opening

Nov. 30

100% Nov.
10 5% Nov.

Nov.

Norway 4s.

Railroad and Industrial Bonds

Highest

Nov.

Queensland (State) ext 7s

Convertible

Closing

Price

Nov. 1

72,170,000

,

2,450,000

fears in

Home Owners' Loan—
38 series A.

97,457,000

55^,000

Domestic

movement

Federal Farm Mortgage—

3%s„„..

53,939,000

785,000
—

3,708,344
*•

increased to $1,120,000,000 Dec. 1.

Treasury 3%a........ 1941-1943
Treasury 33^8-.......1946-1949
Treasury 3%a
1949-1952
Treasury 3%n
Treasury 2%a

68,244,000

$

111.28

Nov. 19

......1946-1948

Treasury 3s

95,301,000
1.333,000
823,000

In the latter

a

Nov.

10,947,984

51,266,000
1,179,000
1,494,000

Total bond sales

Reserve

Government Bonds

13,004,919

29,191,000

with the close

reversal since

obligations, and

1934

5,302,578
■■■■'.$

...

Foreign government
Foreign corporate—

12%.

of domestic corporate and

1935

30,535,000

Domestic

for the month in the different issues of United States Gov¬
ernment

1936

Month of November-*-

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

railroad issues reflected greater weakness during the
month than was true of public utility or industrial bonds.
In the following table we show, as usual, the fluctuations

New

2,594.532,000 3,220,995.000 3,025,029,000 3,453,362,700

.

1937

group,

Atch

—

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE CURB

highest Nov. 12 at 21% and at its lowest
Delaware &

plagued stock prices throughout the month.

Rome

$

1,934,900,000 2,617,339,000 2,026,617,000 2,062,331,700
State, mimic. & foreign.
321,724,000
308,147,000
344,932,000
558,640,000
United States Govt
337,908,000
295,509,000
653,480,000
832,391,000

to contend with much the same unfavorable influences that

German

$

Railroad and miscell

October, while medium and lower grade obligations had

t Janada

8

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30—

Corporation bonds of high grade were firm the better
part of November, closing slightly below the final levels

Belgium

20,870,861

$

253,730,000

20 at 16, with the close Nov. 30 at 19.

Chesapeake & Ohio dropped from 40%
Nov. 12 to 35 Nov. 24, with the close Nov. 30 at 38.
Southern Railway was at its highest Nov. 1 at 15% and at
its lowest Nov. 20 at 10%, with the close Nov. 30 at 13%.

for

57,459,775

$

213,556,000
34,941,000
42,198,000

list, New York

Nov. 1 to 80 Nov. 23, with the close Nov. 30 at 88.
Southern
Pacific was at its highest Nov. 12 at 23% and at its lowest
Nov. 20 at 17%, with the close Nov. 30 at 20%.
Baltimore &
'Nov.

1934

United States Govt

Hudson dropped from 19% Nov. 12 to 14% Nov. 23, with the
close Nov. 30 at 17.
Union Pacific moved down from 96

Ohio

50.467,182

$

1

1935

135,316,000
27,359,000
9,819,000

State, munic. & foreign.

23, with the close Nov. 30 at 101. Consolidated Edison
Y. rose from 23% Nov. 6 to 28% Nov. 15, with

close

29,254,626

Bond sales (par
value)—
Railroad and miscell

Co. of N.

the

1936

Nov.
Nov.

9532 Nov.

Time loan rates

on

the nominal rate of

Collateral

Rat6$ on Mixed,

I..;

■

Nov. 3

IX

IX
IX

IX

IX
IX
IX

IX
IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

IX
IX
IX

ix

IX

IX

outstanding at the end of October were held by accepting
banks and bankers, which compares with 80% a month ago,
and is the largest percentage since February.?

6 Months

IX

IX
IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

XX

IX

IX
IX
IX
IX
IX

Satur day

Nov. 2...

IX

—

Nov. 4

IX

IX

Nov.

IX

IX

5...

Nov.

RETURNS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS—

j ■* V"

Sun day

7—

Nov.

1X
IX

Satur day

Nov. 6...
8...

IX
IX
IX

XX

IX

IX
IX

IX

Nov. 9—_

Nov. 10._

IX

IX

IX

Nov.

12..

Nov.

13..

Nov.

14..

Nov.

16..

Nov.

16..

Nov.

17..

Nov.

18..

IX
IX
IX
IX

Nov. 19..

IX

IX
IX

IX
IX
IX
IX

IX
IX
IX

IX
IX

IX
IX
IX
IX

IX

Nov. 20..

Satur day

Nov. 21..

IX
IX
IX

Nov. 23..
Nov. 24..

IX

Nov. 26.

IX
IX

IX
,IX

IX

k':.xx

IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

Satur day

%

Sun day

Nov. 28..

Nov, 29..

IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

IX

IX
IX

IX

Nov. 30..

IX

market

de¬

opera¬

Entering the market for the purchase of

securities

for the first time since

.

Holi day

26..

Nov.

Nov. 27.

an open

April, the

•

Reserve; banks, over the spape of three weeks, ac¬
quired $37,825,000 of securities, of which $10,000,000 was in
the form of Treasury notes and $27,825,000 in the form of
Treasury bills. ;.
<
:
: .
Tne entry of the System into the open market had been
forecast by the Federal jOpen Market Committee as long ago
as last Sept. 12, atwhich. time the Committee said: "In
view of the expected seasonal demands on banks for currency
and credit. during the coming weeks the Committee au¬
thorized its Executive Committee to purchase in the open

4

IX
IX
IX

IX
IX
IX

IX
IX

>

credit, began and ended

Federal

Sun day

Nov. 22..

BROKERS' LOANS IN NEW YORK CITY

Government

Sun day

IX
IX

,:

cline in bank

Satur day

IX

•

The Federal Reserve System, still trying to stem the

tion in November;

IX

IX

...

i

■'*:

Holi day

;■

Nov. 11..

Approximately 82% of all bills

the voluhte of a year ago.
5 Months

4 Months

90 Days

60 Days

30 Days.

outstanding at the end of October was slightly above the
September total, and continued to exceed by a small amount

TIME LOAN RATES

DAILY RECORD OF

Nov.

REVIEW

MONTHLY

18

•

IX
IX

.

#

market from time to time sufficient amounts of short-term*

tJY S*." Government obligations to provide funds to meet
seasonal withdrawals of currency from the banks and other
,

remained in inadequate supply for the
persistent active investment demand, and rates for average
grade prime four- to six-month paper continued at the pre¬
vious low level of 1%.
Under date of Nov. 15 the Federal
Commercial paper

Reserve Bank of New York announced that returns

seasonal

requirements."
■
:
;
purchase program was launched in the week be¬
ginning Nov. 3 with the acquisition of $10,400,000 of dis¬
count bills.
The rate of buying was stepped up in the
following week and $18,125,000 of securities was purchased,
of which $10,000,0(X) was Treasury notes and $8,125,000
Treasury bills.
The purchases were then stepped down to
$9,300,000—consisting entirely of Treasury bills—in the
week ended Nov. 24, and then the System was done.
In the
week ended Dec. 1 the Reserve banks bought no Government

received

from commercial paper dealers showed a total of $323,400,000
of open market commercial paper outstanding on Oct. 31,

compared with $331,400,000 at the end of September, 1937,
and $198,800,000 at the close of October, 1936.
RATES FOR MONEY AT NEW YORK
'

'!

i

'■

.....

'v.

*

■

-•

1

: '■

.

'

'"

■:

■■

securities at all.

Week Ended

Week's average (mixed & industrial

.

i@i

1@1

I

1

IX

IX

collateral).

1@1

1@1
•"

1

>1

IX

IX

IX
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———

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-

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by the flight from the dollar.
It was the first
gold in any month since February, 1936.
Federal *
Reserve credit in use increased $33,000,000.
This was at¬
tributable to the purchases of Government securities by the ;
Reserve banks rather than to member bank discounts, which
declined $6,393,000 to a total of $17,033,000.
Owing
primarily to the sales of gold to Europe, Treasury cash de¬
creased $39,000,000.
Treasury deposits with the Reserve
banks rose $82,591,000, and foreign central bank deposits
were $6,601,000 higher, but other deposits decreased $31,824JXX).
Treasury currency outstanding increased $14,-

loss of

•

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

2.—.

$1,250,000,000 by the end of January."

The monetary gold stock declined $27,000,000 from Oct.
27 to Dec. 1, reflecting the losses of the metal to Europe

'V,

60 Days

30 Days

Secured by

to at least

reserves

Call Loans
Nov.

likely to fall below $900,000,000 at the peak of the

currency demand just before Christmas, and that the seasonal
return flow of currency after Christmas will increase excess

' / '..PRIME BANKERS' ACCEPTANCES

A

November, "thht, unless other factors intervene,
excess reserves for all member banks is

the total volume of

remained at levels previously current.
.

,

appears," said the Federal Reserve Bank of New York at
4he end of

small volume of bankers bills, and the rate structure
The amount of bills

a

of the strangest

Currency circulation increased only $49,000,000 from Oct.
The
end
of November, whereas ordinarily there is an increase of
around $100,000,000.
Member banks lost $44,258,000 of actual reserves in the
five-week period, but, with deposit liabilities substantially
reduced, their holdings of excess reserves increased $50,000,000 to the $1,120,000,000 mark on Dec. 1.
"It now

>
"The discount market continued in November to handle
as

one

27 to Dec. 1, or about half of the normal expansion.
use of
currency actually declined from Labor Day to the

according to the monthly survey of the Acceptance Analysis
Unit of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York published
Nov. 12, were $346,246,657 Oct. 30 compared with $344,419,113 Sept. 30 and $330,205,152 Oct. 31, 1936.
Export
bills increased from $76,537,035 Sept. 30 to $81,601,656
Oct. 30, domestic warehouse credits from $61,913,036 to
$66,548,662 while domestic shipment bills declined from
$11,377,560 to $8,168,633 and bills based on goods stored in
or shipped between foreign countries from $66,403,727 to
$61,853,336.
Import bills remained virtually stationary at
$126,683,423 Oct. 30 as compared with $126,859,052
Sept. 30.
Rates for bankers' acceptances continued unchanged at YA% bid and 7-16% asked for 30-day, 60-day and
90-day bills, at 9-16% bid and lA% asked for 120-day bills
and at %% bid and 9-16% asked for bills running 150 and
180-days.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank in its
"Monthly Review" discussed conditions in the market for

>

terminated

usual seasonal amounts.

Trading in bankers' acceptances continued inactive,
chiefly because the available supply of bills again proved
insufficient for the demand.
Total outstanding acceptances,

:

^

IX,

was

market operations in the System's quarter century of
life.
Not only was the operation extraordinary for the
shortness of its life; it was also exceptional in that the amount
of securities acquired was the smallest on record for an open
market operation. '
1
The Federal Open Market Committee stated on Sept. 12
that securities would be bought later in the year "in view of
the expected seasonal demands on banks for currency and
credit."
By the time the System came to embark on the
purchase program the demand for commercial, industrial and
agricultural loans had gone well past its seasonal peak, and
the demand for currency was running consideably under the

Call loans on Stock Exchange:

Range for week (mixed & industrial collateral).

Thus

.

open

20 Nov. 27

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effort to offset the decline in their loan accounts, the
York banks continued to

in substantial amounts.

buy Government securities

For the five weeks from Oct. 27

they acquired $141,000,000 of direct Government V
As holdings of Government guaranteed securities
and other securities declined $54,000,000, the net increase in investments of all kinds amounted to
$73,000,000.
The New York banks lost $139,000,000 of
to Dec. 1

securities.

Saturday

27

an

New

Sunday

21

29—

was a month of declining member bank credit.
first the showing of the reporting New York City
one notes a reduction of $95,000,000 in their total
loans and investments.
The liquidation of bank credit was
confined to the loan department, with loans of all kinds being
lower, by $168,000,000.
The decline in loans on stocks and
bonds was slowed down, but the repayment of commercial,
industrial and agricultural loans amounted to $74,000,000.

Taking
banks,

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declined $14,000,000

demand deposits adjusted and $12,000,000 of time deposits
in the five weeks.
Reflecting the outward movement of
.

(Continued

on

page

118)

>

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■x

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF BOND PRICES DURING
Bond Sales

November- ——v*
Jan.

1936

1937
-

—

1 to Nov. 30

Stock Sales
November
—-1

$290,695,000

$172,494,000
-2,694,532,000

—

-

NOVEMBER 1937
;

1937

.

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30——

3,220,995,000

1936

,

29,264,626
381,042,190

50,467,182
447,446,692

NOTIOB—dash and deferred deliverjr sales are disregarded in the month's range, unless they are the only transactions Of the month, and when
elltng outside of the regular monthly range are shown In a footnote in the month in which they occur. No account is taken of such sales in computing
•he range for the year
^ ^■

i\
The tables on pages 19 to 40 furnish a complete record of the transactions on the New York Stock Exchange! during
Npvember, 1937, and the range since Jan. 1. They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The table*
embrace every s eourity dealt in on the Exchange. We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official lists
The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" indicate in each base the month when the bonds mature.
V
In accordance with the rule adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bonds
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.
This method of quoting bonds became effective Jan. 2,1909.
Quotations after decimal point repre¬
sent one or more 32ds of a point.
PRICES IN

Sales in
November

Price
N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Value

Jan. 2
1937

Nov. I
Bid

U S GOVERNMENT BONDS
Bid;
Ask
..Oct 15 1947-1952 AO 121.13 121.23
113,000 Treasury 4%s
AO
Registered—
..Oct 15 1943.1945 AO 10945 SMe
4o2~66o Treasury 3M»

Ask Bid

Ask

11547 Sale

116.13 Sale

10648 Sale

107

11146 Sale

11148

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

NOVEMBER)
Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Registered.
J
4,000
175,000 Treasury 4s.........Dec 151944-1954 J
Registered.
J
1,000
——

.

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

135,000 Treasury lKi.......M«r 151944-1954
Registered.....................
ife'ooo Treasury 3 He......June 151943-1947
Registered ...............
Sept 15 1951-1955
216:606 Treasury 3s.
Registered...................
11,000
.. ...--.

492,000 Treasury 3s

D

Nov.

3 116.14

Nov. 19

M 8

M

8

J

D

J

MS

3M......June 15 1949-43 j'D
J D
Registered.....................

19,000 Treasury 3H*

Mar 151941-1943
Registered.....................
Treasury 3%«
June IS 1944-1949
Registered.....................
io2"666 Treasury 3Hs.......Dec 15 1949-1952
Registered.
12,000
Treasury 3 Ms............ Aug 1 1941
115,000
Registered
.

258,000
i

.

.

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

Apr,

No^. 17

111.14

Nov. 17

109.18

Nov,

Nov. 19

107.12

104.28

10744

5 110.8

107.20
106.14

158118 side"

107337

108.8

107338 side"

10246 Sale

10445 Sale
10540

Sale'

16340

Sale

10447

Side

10546

106"

102.26

Nov.

101

Nov.

1 10346
8 103.15

Nov.* 19

102.22

Nov. 22

100.28

104.9

Nov.

1 104.27

Nov. 19

102.10

105.20

105.27

16578

10445 Sale

JT

D

108.21 Sale

J

p

108.12 108.18

16642

i64?6

10446

lOS^W l657l7 Sale"

10640 10645 106.16

i05:i3 Sale"

Nov, 1 106 J " Nov7l6
Nov, 26 105.27 Nov. 26
Nov. 5 106.27 Nov. 19

Apr 15 1944-1944 AO 109.25 sale
Registered.....................

10643 Sale

Treasury2Ms—.—.......1951-1954 J D loSjl 103.16
1.722:666 Registered.......................
i
1,000
Treasury 2M«—....Sept 15 1954-1959 M S 103.1 Sale
-

mm*

<.

"9941 Sale"

"98:6

Sale"

110.18
106.28

10643
10740
104.2

2 10747
17 107.18

Jan. 14
Jan.
2
Feb. 10
Jan.
9
Jan. 11
Jan.
4
Mar. 17
Jan.
4
Jan.
6
Jan.
6

8 10844
8 108
2 10844

Jan.

4

10841

Jan;

2

2 108 18

Jan.

8

Feb.

1

Nov"l2

105J4

Nov."l9

104.23

Nov. 16 104.23
Nov. 6 106.28

Nov. 16

104.23

Nov. 16 105.14

Nov. 19

Nov. 18

104.24

Apr.

2 10844
Apr. 27 106.8

Jan.

105.20
1 100.28

Nov, 19

100.17

106.26 Sale
101 JO

Sale""

6 106.20
Nov. 12 101.14
Nov.
1 101.4

Nov. 19
Nov. 27

Sale"

102.20

Nov.

3 103.13

Nov. 19

106.13

Nov.

Nov.

100.16

161:9 Sale"" 16644
16649 side"

99.27

Nov.

160.8

Sale

Nov.

1 101.14

Nov. 29

Nov. 19

10046 Nov." 19

99.25

"6942 Sale"

11341
109.6

104JO

mmmmm

iolas Side""

102.24

114.9

106.16

102.12 102.30 1034

Sale"

102.24

Apr
Apr
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

Jan. 26
Jan.
5

side"

100.17 Sale

10041

Nov.49

102.20

a

2

114.8

Sale"

106.14

Bale"

105J9

Mar.

Jan.

1054

....

10042

104.24
104.20

164:25 Nov."'J

108

116.20

10643

FA

.

J ,021:600

Apr.

104.16
109.12

Nov. 15

109.26

Sale

108335 ioVi

D

104.20

105.10

Nov. 29

165731* N*o'v";"i ioris Nov.'ie

ioeJi

108333 Side"

Registered...*...................
Treasury 2Hs.............. 1949-1953 J
Registered....................

2

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
July
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Mar. 17

Nov. 15 10644
Nov.. 1 111.20

lloTs 11644

Treasury 2%a
Mar 15 1955-1949 MS 10442 side""
1,154,000
Registered.
104.16 Sale
4,000
Treasury 2M»
Sept 15 1945-1947 M S 106.15 Sale
376,000
Registered.*...................
Treasury 2M«
Sept 15 1948-1951 M S ioirfi rnio
457,000
Registered

312,000

23

Jan.

107.6

Treasury 3^i

3,000

4

Jan.

10946

111.13

MS

PA

Jan.

120.15

Il67l7 side"

D

8

121.14

Apr.

iiiTfo liTio lo&rio iioH

J

M

Apr.
Apr.

1044

111.14

Sale"

D

.June 15 1944-1948 JD

335"o6O

I06J8 Nov""i I6r ~"NOV719
106.21

IIBJSTO BS»

D

Treasury

10,000

Sale

D

Registered................

ioo'ooo

"

113.16
113.12

104.2

115.15

—...

8
Nov. 12

9945

Nov. 12

99.16

Nov. 10 100.14

Nov. 19

"9849 Saie" "96:3"" Nov7l2 "994 " Nov."i9

104

4

Sept. 24

Apr.

1 10945

Jan.

Apr.

8 109.1

99

Apr.

2 104.30

Jan. 11
Feb. 26

99.2

Apr.
1 10442
Apr.
1 106 16
Apr. 28 10544
Apr.
2 104.16

104.10

100.18
101.2
99.2
100.13
98.4

Oct.

15 100.15

Apr.

2 103.17

99.16

Oct.

98

Apr.

99.11
90.0

0743

11

Mar

2

1

Jan.

2

Jan.

12

Jan.

11

July

6

Feb. 25

99.25

Nov. 12

2 103.18
Sept. 24 100
Apr.
2 10142
June 28 97.13

Feb. 26

Aug. 16
Feb.

*

June 28

Federal Farm Mortgage Corp—
1

54,000

187:660
193:660
"12:660
;

:

3%s.
........Mar 15 1944-1944 MS
Registered...................
3a...—..........May 151944-1949 M N
Registered...................
3s..

-Jen 15 1942-1947

.....

Registered...
2M«
.......

.....

10547

Side

j""J

10541

side

MrS

10540 10543

..

-Mar 1 1942-1947

HomeOwnera Mtgs Corp—
3s Series A...
..May 11944-1952 MN
Registered.. .................
589,000
2Ms Series B..
Aug 11939-1949 F*A

580,000
12,000

439:606

105.30 Sale

-

Registered.
2Ms series G

102.25 Sale
10240

Sale"

104

102.25

Nov.

103.14

Sale" 102J0"

Nov.

16240" No"v7l9 16641

Nov.

103720

1624610340 16346 Sale"

104"

102.4

j""j

101

Nov. 29
Xui

w'-.

mi* ioij8

Nov.

10243. Nov. 23

102.10

Nov.

10249

105

8ale

102.11 Sale

10245 Sale :

1034

side"

16643 Sale"

101

1034

103.4

16647 Sale"

10043

101.8
10242
99.0

Nov, 19

102.17

Nov.

102,17

Nov.

10041

Nov.

101.10

Nov. 19

Sale" 166:14

Nov;

100.31

Nov. 19

"s" Sale"

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

—.......1942-1944

102J7

Nov. 22

A-

101 JO

101.7

103.8

10247

5

9944

101.23
9848

100.9
98.10

Apr

8 106 Itf Jan

Apr. ""2 105.17
Apr. 28 105.10
Apr.
8 10543

22

Jan

2

Jan

15

Jan.

2

July

2 106.1-

Feb.

16

Apr.

8 104.10

Jan.

4

Apr.
1 105.3
June 26 10442

Jan.

4

Jan.

18

Apr.

1 1034

Jan.

2

July
Apr.

6 100.9
2 102.31

July

6

Jan.

4

FOREIGN GOV T. & MUNICIPALS
Agricultural Mtge Bank (Colombia 1—

20,000
10,000
98,000

V

♦Gtd sink fund 6s.,
♦Gtd sink fund 6s.

.1947 FA
........1948 A

O

Akershus (Uept) extl 5s......... 1943 M N

59,000 •Antioaula (Dept of) Col 7s A... 1945
47,000
•External s f 7s ser B..........1945
23,000 : •External s f 7s ser 0..........1945
•External s f 7s set D-.—*-...1945
23,000
47s 1st series
34.000
........1957
/
♦7i 2d serfss..............WM.I957
25,000
♦7s 3d serles.......*....:.....1957
58,000
,
41,000 Antwerp (City) extl loan 5s......1958
Argentine Nation (Govt of)—
;
613,000
Sinking fund external 4MS-...1971
S f external conv loan 4s..Feb 1972
1.184,000
*■
S f extl conv loan 4s...Apr 1972
470.000
:

■

Fur footnotes

see page

30




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21
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19

22
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5
Nov. 23 100% NoVi 30
Novi26
Nov. 3
Nov, 24
Nov. 3
Nov. 24
Nov, 10
Nov. 3
Nov. 22
Nov.
Nov. 26
1
Nov. 23
6% Novw 16
Nov. 23
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Nov. 20
Nov. 3

FA

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91% Sale

97

92 %

88 M Nov. 26 100% Nov. .3
80
Nov. 26 91% Nov.
3
80
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83% Sale

21

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21

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97

May

6

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6

6

6

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91% Sale

MN

.

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21

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.....

100% Sale

5% Nov.
5

5% Nov,
5% Nov.

97

Nov.

Feb. 16
Feb. 15
June 28
Jan. id
Jan.
£
Jan.
6
Jan
6
Jan.
£
Jan.
6
Jan.
5

July 26

88% Nov. 26 103% Sept. 4
80
Nov. 26
95% Sept
1
80
Nov. 26
94% Sept. 10

EXCHANGE-BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in
November

N. Y.

\alue

UTOCK

EXCHANGE

185,000
237,000
221,000

J

F

A

M S
J

J

J

D

M

D

1

D

A

♦Buenos Airs

D

Extl readjust
s

f

Canada (Dom)

D

22 X

J

100 54

S

100% 108 X
83
88

M

M

S

F

A

M

bonds...—.1975
bonds.——1984

S

Aug 15 1945

J9"

J944

7-year 2)4
30-year 3s•Carlsbad (City) s f 8s

80

J

J

A

1967

f g 6s

♦Colombia Mtge Bank

♦Sinking fund 7s of

6Hs
1924

1,000

52,000

Sale

106 54

99

Nov.

1

.08

Nov. 18

8

.1234
9954
9954
9934
93%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

22
20

Sale

Nov.

4

Nov.

1

Nov.

3

Sale

Nov.

1

Nov. 30

Nov. 18
Nov. 3
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 26

15

Sale

Nov. 26

Sale

Nov. 29

Sale

Nov. 26

33%

J
O

Sale

O

Sale
Sale
Sale

J

J

A

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MN
F

A

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D

M N

Sale
Sale

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20

20
99

1945

19

Sale
Sale
24

19

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24
98% Sale
97%
97%
80%
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65
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70
80

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M N

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80%
88
55
86

Sale
Sale

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103% Sale
103% 106

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99
106)4 Sale
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23
113
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113
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123)4

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35,000
511,000
619,000

MN

'Secured s f g 7%a
..1945
'Secured s f g 7a
.1946
'Hungarian Land M.ge 7He A.. 1941
'S f 7Ha series B
1961
'Hungary (King of )7Hs
1944
Irish Free State external 5a
1949
Httly (Kingdom) external s f 7s. 1961
Italian Cred Consortium 7s ser B 1947
Italian Public Utility s f g 7s
1952
Japanese Gov extl s f *H>
1954
Extl sinking fund 5Hs
1945

_

11% Nov. 10
39% Nov. 5
23
Nov. 20
Nov.

1

1

Nov. 10
Nov.
5
5

77

Nov.

84

4

2054 Nov. 29 29% Nov. 1
10354 Nov. 30 10554 Nov. 23
104% Nov. 10 104% Nov. 10

25)4

24

26)4
33)4

26

30

32%

35

23

.....

24

26

31

18%

'31%

29%
30%
30%
34%
25%
30%
25% Sale

30

II*

J

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26 *

17%

J

17)1

M N
M N

21%

F

48

A

F

A

J

D

M

S

J

J

F

A

MN

113

22
50)4
120

98
83

27H
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24
58

110
76

85)4 Sale
74«
67 H

IVA

19%
23%

7954

65%

18

Sale
Sale

*

30)4
24

92)4 104)4
15)4 Sale

Sale"

Sale

6

7

J

m

5

3%
4%

'Assenting 5s of 1899....
..1945
Q J
'Assenting 5s large...........
♦Assenting 5s small—........... Q J

4)4

2%
3%
2%

For footnotes, see page 30.

Sale

105

Jan.

4

Oct.

Jan.

2

Nov.

105
107
103

May

101

Aug. 17
Aug. 30
June 23

12
Nov. 22

60

Aug. 24

27

82

Feb.

Nov. 19

82

Feb.

Apr.

Jan.

Nov. 24

81)4 Apr.

8

19

Oct.

5654 Nov.

9

56% Nov.
99% Nov.
105% Nov.

100
21
106

98

Nov.

6
Nov. 26
Nov. 4

111J4 Nov. 29
102

Nov. 15

Nov. 19

27

2554 Nov.
22

Nov. 20

107% Nov. 23

Nov. 15

2434 Nov.

1

29 54 Nov. 29

"33"" Nov" 15

24% Nov. 29

25% Nov. 20

28% Nov.

2954 Nov.

33

Jan.
5
Jan.
6
June 7
Oct. 19
Oct. 19

119)4 Jan.
130
124

28% Aug.

30)4 Aug.
34

5

25

Nov. 26

im

Nov. 12

25

Nov. 22

28

96% Jan.
8
17
Mar. 23
15% Jan.
8

25

105

5
4

Nov. 13

2034 Nov. 18
2034 Nov. 18

1754 Nov. 8
1834 Nov. 20

18% Nov.

5854 Nov. 23
114% Nov. 19
7834 Nov. 30
73
Nov. 13
6534 Nov. 1

11454 Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2

25% June
7
June 21

36

4

2134 Nov.
1734 Nov.

11

Jan. 35
Mar: 4

31 % May 24

Nov.

Nov. 23

10034 Nov. 16

5654 Nov.
73

23

1

Mar. 4
Feb. 27

25% Aug. 18
124)4 Jan. 22

28

Nov.

73
t57

20%
1854
25%
26%

8

15 66)4 May
6
5 100)4 Mar. 23
109
June 28

20
18
15
30
July 17
Sept. 15

29

Nov.

25

105 k
100

81
26

32)4 Nov.

33

Nov.

3054 Nov.
25

55% July
98
Jan.
105)4 Oct.
17% Mar.
102
Sept.
9254 Nov.

20

82)4 Mar.

23% Jan. 21
29% Oct. 22
3054 Nov. 24

5

42

3

Aug. 19
Aug.
5
Nov.

5

July

31

Oct.

21

Aug.

4

Mar.

2

20)4 June 28

Oct.

20 107

Mar. 10

17% Oct.

30
30
30
27
62

Mar. 22

104

18%
1754
1834
47)4
Ill

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Feb.
Mar.

65)4 Oct.
65
57

Oct.
Nov.

74% Nov.

82

Nov. 19

Nov.

70

Nov. 19

52% Oct.

4034 Nov. 16
2134

Mar. 23

Mar. 22
Mar. 23
June 25
1

115_ June

4
15
23
8
100 % June
9
89 H June

8?*
94

Feb
Feb.

82 H Feb.

2954 Jan.

4
3

Nov.|5

67 % Oct.

June 17
4 42
July
8
Apr. 10 26
2
Mar. 19 100% Aug.
17
Jan.
4
554 Nov. 24
8)4 Jan.
7
234 Oct. 15
8
Feb
25
554 June^ 7

19 %

95

98% 104%

9

May

Nov.

39% Nov.
20% Nov.

4

102

105

Oct.

21

40% Sale
22

Aug. 12
July 29
6854 July 23

June

Nov.

20% Nov. 29

62

2

♦Mexlco(U S)external 5s of 18995 1945 Q

July
Jan.

Sept. 25

77

20

28

36% Mar. 12
10554 Nov. 23
10434 Nov. 10

Nov.

Nov. 26

65% Sale

104%

6
10
16
16

61

Sale

18%

30%
30%

19 101)4 Aug.
3 100)4 Aug.
12 90
Apr.
24
80
Apr.
Jan.
30 99

59

Sale

95

Feb.

Feb.

71

75

4154

Feb.

31

8

62%
38

15
15
11
Feb. 11
Feb. 11

38
38

Nov. 10

1754 Nov.

60

9

Nov. 24

1834 Nov.

82
Sale

Mar.

Nov.

19% Nov.

24

Mar. 16

21% Mar. 9
73
July 12
26)4 Mar. 3

61

19

60
57)4
114% Sale
78% Sale

Mar. 11
Mar.
8

71
65

97
Nov.
2054 Nov.
1734 Nov.
104
Nov.

"18"

65

71)4

Sale

17%.

21
21
21
22

18
18
81)4 Mar. 11

20
105

26

9

65

10%

98% 100
19
26
15.
15
20%
104
104
105

Mar.

Mar. 11

8

70

20

30% Sale

9

245
24)

Nov.

Nov.
25% 20
102)4 Nov.
Sale z9254 Nov.
Nov.
109
Sale
Nov.
102% 101

Sale

Mar.

71

105

26% Sale

3
0

Mar.

24

Nov. 19
Nov. 8
Nov. 26
Nov. 24

61

56

Mar.

'

24)

59% Nov.

62

108

Mar. 10

25

25

5

69

100%

P

3

65
71
59

40
56%
70
99%
99% Sale
105% 106 % 106
19
25%
19%
103
102% 105
92%
97%
109%
108
95
101%
-

Jan.

Aug.
5
Aug.
3
60
July 17
1
54% July
40
July 12
40 34 Aug. 18
Mar. 31
Mar.
4
95

Nov.

75

Sale

4
6

23
2

7134 Nov.

Nov. 22

76
76
74
80

20%

Nov.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

45
65

70

Sale
26

May
Apr.
5334 Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov. 12 102
1
Nov. 19 10454 Nov.
102% 103% 102
Nov. 10
1
66
Sale
61
55% Nov.
3
3 10334 Nov.
105
103% Nov.
103%
Nov.
1
103% Nov. 3 104
103% 105
104% 105% 104% Nov. 9 105% Nov. 5
zlOOHNov. 24 10154 Nov. 1
100% Sale
9854 Nov. 30 10134 Nov. 9
98% Sale

67

Oct.

93

Nov.

24

59% Nov. 27

31

96

Nov. 18
Nov. 3

Nov. 30

65

19

nov.
1334 Nov. 23
Nov. 23
8
Apr.
7
Apr.
6
Apr.

13 %
20
2034
20
20

102

$%




13% Nov.
13% Nov.

22

70

29"" Sale

FA

61,000 ♦Medellin (Colombia) *Hs
1954 J D
s f 4Hs 1943 MN

......

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

94% Nov. 29

65

25% Sale
24% Sale

"26H "27H
*S f secuied *>s
...
IQhH
'6s part paid...............1968
Haiti (Rep ot> 6s series A........1452 ""6 "99"" 160""
o
18 %
25
'Hamburg (State) 4s
1946
15)4
18 %
'Heidelberg (City) extl s f 7Hi~ 1954
Helslngtors (City) ext 6Hs
1944 AO 105)4 106

29,060 'Mexican Irrig Assenting
12,000

15
15
13
13

1134 Oct. 19
12
Oct. 19
12
Oct. 19
10% Oct. 19
11
Nov. 27
Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Nov.
5
Mar. 29

Bka—

26,000 'Jugoslavia (State Mtge Bk) 7s..1957 A O
10,000 '« elP*lg (City) external s f g 7s.]947 F A
Lower Austria (Prov) 73^s.1950 J D

49,006

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov. 27

57%
57)4

21)4 Sale
Sale

24)4

25

1

59

20
A

Oct.

3

71%

20

I

12

Nov.

84

19
19
19
19

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

80% Nov.
53% Nov.

19

26
2654 Jan.
4
,26 34 Jan.
4
3034 Jan.
4
Oct.

13% Nov. 23

74

65
65

1948

M S

"98%

Oct.

Nov. 19

Oct.
Oct.

20% Nov. 30
20% Nov. 30
21
98

91
45

110%
114%
101%
103%

3234 Oct.

12
12

13% Nov. 23

70%
.....

23

22

Nov. 27

[04% Mar. 17
L0954 Oct. 20
97
Mar. 17
9654 Mar. 17
98
Oct. 19

12

60%

S

A

20

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

101

102

D

14%
14%
20%
20%

5

39% Nov.

23

21)4

A

M

11% Nov. 13
9
Nov. 26

40

A

A

11
11

Sale

A

J

Nov, 27
Nov. 26

12 %
Sale

F A
F

Nov. 27

Sale

Hungarian Cons Municipal Loan—

29,000
26,000
1,000
2,000
37,000
12,COO
294,000

18
20
19

33

'(Cons Agrlc Loan) 6H* ser A.1958
2.660 'Greek Govt secured 7s......... 1964
'78 part paid
1964

8,000
1,000
9,000

11

3234
15%
1534
15%

31,000

19,000

Jan.

Sept.11

3054 Nov. 26
3354 Nov. 6

12

22

6

Nov.
9
Nov. 12
Nov. 26
Nov. 26

'35-year 5%s stamped.. — ....1965
'®Hs unstamped....
—1965
'5Hs stpd (Canadian holder).. 1965
386,000 'German Republic 7s stamped..J949
13,006
'7s unstamped
1949

63,000

21% Jan .

3354 Nov.

3

Sale

Nov. 63

3054 Nov. 26

May 28
June 23

Sept. 3
Aug. 27
June 26
June 26
June 26
June 26
88
6534 June 30

4834 Nov. 27

Nov.

German Gov't International—

-

1

Nov.

Sale

98)4

42 000

95,600

67

Nov.

3854 Nov. 26
3254 Nov. 26

414,000

3,000

3

57

49

1969
1969

Communal

Nov.

Nov. 29

7H* unstamped
—
1941
External s f 7s stamped—1949
7s unstamped
1949

German Prov &

3
3

80

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

111% Sale

A

29% Nov.
3
32% Nov. 15

Nov.

Nov. 10
Nov.
4
Nov.
8

1940
1961

s f 7s
1st sf 8s A

25

3 33%
Feb. 15 10254
9754 Apr. 26 10634
80
Nov. 12 93%
7854 Nov. 17 92
6334 Nov. 16 84%
64
Nov. 26 8554
6534 Nov. 23 8634

2254 Nov.
100

77% Nov.
76% Nov.

55

53,006 Fiench Republic 7Hi stamped..1941
23,050

3054
32%

36)4

24)4 Sale

77

Sale

15,000
'Certificates of deposit.—...—.
7,000 Estonia (Republic) 7a—........1947
46,000 Finland (Rep of) external 4s....1945
12,000 'Frankfort (City cf) s f 4Hs
1953
92,000

Sale

Jan.
6 10334 Sept. 23
Mar. 17 25% Aug. 21
Aug. ,19
1834 Mar. 22 25
22
Nov. 23
59% Jan.
6
Nov. 13
47% Feb. 16
Nov. 13
47
Jan.
6
Nov. 13
47% Jan.
5
Nov. 27 103 34 Jan.
5
Nov. 29 103 % Aug. 17
Nov. 29 105% Jan.
6

3
1

Nov.

50

1942
1940

23.066 'Dresden (City) extl
El Salvador (Rep)

50

Sale

7s
1951
50,000
M
—1944
12,000 Cuba (Rep of) 5s of 1904
F
5s ext debt Ser A of 1914...—1949
4,000
F
4%e external loan
1944
4,000
J
30-year s f 5H*
---I'M
67,000
♦Public Works 5%e...June 30 1945 J
1,024,000
A
51,000 Cxechoslovak (Rep of) extl 8s...1951
Sink fd 8s ser B
1952 A
24,000
J
151,000 Denmark 20-yr external gold 4s .1942 F
External g 5Hs_........—.---1955
125,000
External g 4Hi...——
1942 A
258,000
Deutsche Bank Am part ctfs 4s
1932
M
♦♦Stamped extd to Sept 1 1935—...

1st series
®Hs 2d series

69

Sale

MN

Customs Adm 5H• 2s ser..

69

67%

Nov."-8

38

1927...—1947
Copenhagen external 5s..
.1952
Gold 4 Hi1953
♦Cordoba (City) 7s
1957
♦78 stamped
——1957
Cordoba (Prov) Argen 7s—
1942

4^000

67

84
87

M S

♦Sinking fund 7s of

3 000

66)4 Sale

Sale

N"ov.~12

J

Jan 1961
1947
1944

12.555 Dominican Republic s f 5Hi
13,000
lit ser 6He of 1924
3 600
2d series sinking fund 0V»s

78% Nov. 17
63% Nov. 26
64
Nov. 26
65% Nov. 23
67
Nov. 23
48% Nov. 27

65

J

♦Costa Rica (Rep of)

,

80

87

Sale

O

5

82

69)4

24

6

24

1
7
11

__

Nov.

3

70

Sale
79)4

Nov. 17 110% Aug.
Nov. 30 118% June

Nov. 15 100% Nov.

22% Nov.
100

5

June 23

Nov. 17 111

98

Sale

J

A

s

Sale

80

83

J

1954

22%

100»82 Sale

81%

M N
F

♦Farm loan 4s series A—-.—-1938
38,000
1942 MN
83,000 ♦Chile Republic exts f g 7s
A O
♦External sinking fund E 4s .. 1940
238,000
F A
♦External a f gold 4s——Feb 1941
151,000
J
J
♦Ry ref extl s f g 4s..—...Jan 1961
180,000
♦Extl s f 4s Int ctfs
Sept 1941 M S
126,000
M 8
♦Extl sinking fund 4s.—..—.1942
34,000
M N
♦External sinking fund 4s.....1943
131,000
I D
66,000 ♦Chile Mtge Bank of gu s f 4 Hi -1957 J D
♦Guar s f gold
1961
74,000
A C
♦Guaranteed s f gold 6s...—-1961
160,000
M N
♦Guaranteed sinking fund 4s.. 1942
141,000
M S
♦Chilean Munic Loan 7s .——.1940
60,000
I D
3,000 ♦Chinese Hukuang Ry 5s......-1951
M 8
♦Cologne (Germany) s f 4H«
*'®*
....
20,000
Colombia (Republic of)—
♦68 of 1928
..Oct 1961 A O
312,000
♦Extl

llH

Sale

99

59

MN

7,000 ♦Cent Agrlc Bank (Gar) 7s.——1950
J
♦Farm Loan s f 4s .........—1940
24,000
A
♦Farm loan a f 4s
-1940
25,000

236,000
10,000
22,000
5,000
124.0C0
105,000
25,000
55,000
17,000

Sale
Sale
-101

99

12

104% Aug.
Mar. 29 25% Mar.

Nov. 20
Nov. 19

8

Nov.

11

Nov. 29 103 54 Aug.
Mar. 19

19% Nov. 26 21% Nov. 18
Nov.
1
22
Nov. 23 40
18
Nov. 13
30% Nov. 3.
18
Nov. 13 30)4 Nov.
I1
18
Nov. 13 31% Nov. li
97% Nov. 27 100% Nov. 3
97% Nov. 29 100)4 Nov. 12
99% Nov. 29 10254 Nov. 9

70

7654

78)4 Sale

O

I"V«k"}2K

10-year
25-year 3«s

Sale

A

A

24
Sale

84

87

F

1960

Gold 4s

30-year gold 5s

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

101M 102)4

Bulgaria (Kingdom of)—
♦Secured s f 7s
1'67 J J
31,000
MN
♦Stabilization loan 7)$S- —-r-1968
105,000

265,000
155,000
122,000
195,000
53,000
205,000
23,000

19%
19%
20%

Sale

100 % 100)4
100)4 101%

1962

—..—.1961
"Y^L,

Sale

A

4H-4J4S———1976
4Hs-4Hs
—-1976

4%-4% 8
3% external s f $
Extl

fc-

24

D

----

4H-4H*

S?g

Sale

26
Sale

5 100
22

Nov.

99%
22

25

F

•(Prov)ref.axt'l 8 f 4s 1941

♦6^8 stamped
Readjustment
Refunding s f

12,000
489,000
141,000
66,000
153,000
23,000

Sale
19 54

23

J

2__-_1955

♦Stamped

14" 600

19
40
30 X

O

M

Sale

117)4

101
104

Jan.

Nov. 27 110

Nov. 19
Nov.
1
Nov. 8

Nov. 26 21% Nov. 18
Nov. 17 108
Nov. 3
Nov. 17 106
Nov.
6
Nov. 30 113% Nov. 3

20

107

110
107 %

105% Nov.
106

I

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
I
8
8 104% Nov. 29 110% Jan.

Sale Prices

104% Nov. 29
103 % Nov. 27
99% Nov. 29
103% Nov. 3

"21)4

24

"16"" "22"

O

A

J

Sale

99"

O

J

Sale
Sale
104

S

A

1JJ7

41,000 ♦Budapest (City of) 6s—
101,000 Buenos Aires (City)

105
101
103 %
20 %
105 %
105
113

M N

J

25,000
10,000 ♦Bavaria (Free State) «*tl*)fts—
11,000 Belgium 25 year external *Hs.—1949
External s f 4s————-—-I'M
102,000
External s f 7s
I'M
86,000
l'JJ
10,000 Bergen (Norway) extl 5s
I'M
12,000 ♦Berlin (Germany) i f
♦External sinking fund 4s..—1958
23,000
1941
552,000 ♦Brazil (U 8 of) external 8s
♦Ext s f g 4 »s of 1924
1,031,000
♦Extl s I 4Hs of 1927
1'57
662,000
♦Cent Ry 39-year g 7s
I'M
517,000
I'M
27,000 Brisbane (City) s f 5s.
Sinking fund gold 5s
I'M
45,000
20-year a f 4a..——————*'®*'
29,000

Sale
Sale

105H Sale

M S

Lowest

Highes»

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask

Bid
J

IJ55

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937

HO.

Government (C<mMiMW<)
Australia 5s of IMS—-J"1! 15
External loan 5s of MW
External 5 4 Ma ot 1928...-.—1954
Austrian Govt s f 7s.........—1W7
Foreign

$

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2

BONDS

554 Nov. 24 "8 34 "Nov." "3
334 Nov. 9
354 Nov. 22

"3H~Nov.~

5
334 Nov. 12

4% Nov." 1
354 Nov. 12

Oct. 18
3% Nov. 12
7)4 Mar. 24

3

11)4 Jan.

6

UN Jan.
Jan.

6

11

6

Sales in

N.

7. STOCK

Bid
J

D

D

1954

♦

30;000 Panama (Rep) external 5
1953 J D
21,000
^Extl a f 5a ser A
.May 15 1963 M N
45,000
♦Stamped (aaaented)....... 1963 MN
M

8

M S

167,000
53,000

27

Sale

2431

96,000

(City of) 8s.....l946 A O
63^8
1953 F A

♦8a extl loan of 1921.....
1946 A o
♦68 extl a f g
.......—1968 J D
♦7a extl loan of 1926..........1966 MN

2,000
23,000
37,000
20,000
156,000
61,000
311,000
615.000

a

f

s

♦8a
♦7a

3 34
3

4

4

534

6031
10431
104]

19

18

1834

27

Sale

6454
10534

10732 Sale
1063? 109

1023?

10334

10134 Sale

62

Sale

102

Sale

105

10234 Sale

99

Sale
2434
78
76
9934

Sale

10534 106
69

85

7334

7434

104

18

6034 Sale
Sale

59

10234 Sale

50
16

23

1334

Sale

26j|
94

12

Sale
Sale
1234

54

Sale

12

3i

6234

99
22

2134

113

27
28

Sale

Sale

1734

Sale
24

Sale

17"

19

Sept. 9
8
6834 Oct.
10534 Jan. 27

102 J4 Nov. 10
Nov. 10
107

100

Nov.

105

Nov.

10754 Nov.

5

Nov.

1

Nov.

105

10334 Nov. 22
10234 Nov. 15
104 h Nov. 10

Nov.

6

Nov.

21

Nov.

Nov.

63
60

Nov. 20

Nov.
Nov.

102

Nov. 19
Nov.

1

10434 Mar.
10534 Sept.
10134 Apr.
9934 Apr.
9534 Apr.
10234 Mar.
17

10834 Sept.
109

Mar.

5234 Oct.
4734 Oct.
9734 Apr.

85

Nov.

9

103

5534 Nov.
5034 Nov.

3
3

54

Nov. 27 107
Oct. 14 85

Jan.

42

Nov. 27

Jan.

Nov. 27 10534
Nov. 10

3

57

54

Nov.

1

Nov. 29

47

Mar. 11

65
51

Nov.
Nov.

4

Nov. 30

60

Mar.

2

80

1

Nov. 30

4534 May 11

64

1234

11

20

10
94

Nov. 13
Nov. 27

Sale

1934 Sale
1934 2034

Nov.

9

1934 Nov. 30
20

Nov. 29

20

Nov.

3

1634 Nov. 10
9634 Nov. 4
2234 Nov. 18
2234 Nov. 18

1134
14
1034 Sale

11

1134 Sale
1034 Sale
1034 Sale

11.34 Nov. 30

Nov. 13

1034 Nov. 23

•
9

Nov. 26

1034 Nov. 30

2034 Nov.
1834 Nov.

3
3

28
26
26

10

Nov. 13
Nov. 27

92

Jan.

11

1734 Jan.
1634 Jan.

10434 Oct.
106

11
7

15

11

Nov. 13

1034 Nov. 23

2134 Nov. 5
1834 Nov. 3

Nov. 30

40

Jan.

33

32]
32]
83]

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 24

1

Oct.

20

A

2534 Sale

38

3934

3734 Sale

3734 Nov. 30

J

19

24

20

233$

2

27

22

13 H

16

2434
1934

9

2434

1034 Sale

«...

1734 25
1334 Sale
934
1334
1134
1134
4634 Sale

17 H

14
8

1

Feb.

20
21

20
21
3

38
35

28J4

Sale

2934

J

28

Sale

O

95

Sale

3734
2234
2134
1634
8234

Sale
Sale
Sale
18
Sale

22

D

3234

43

Nov.

8

2534 Jan.

2

43

Nov.

3

21

Nov.

3

2034 Oct. 27

27

Feb. 15

Nov. 22

21

Nov.

6

Nov. 30

17

Nov.

8

Nov. 13
1254 Nov. 13
1334 Nov. 15
10
Nov. 27
4534 Nov. 23

3734 Nov.
2354 Nov.
2134 Nov.
1934 Nov.
8234 Nov.

1
3
1
3
3

3434

Jan-

25

4534 Nov. 23

98

Jan.

18

2534

2234 Nov.

24

Nov. 16

1934 Mar. 23

25

28

25

June 29
Feb. 27

2934

30

28

£034 Nov. 18
2634 Nov. 4 2934 Nov. 30
50
Nov. 8
5234 Nov. 30
Nov. 15
28
Nov. 15 28

V

Nov.
" •

22

1962 M N

3134

A

l°0%
Sale

Sale
Sale

47
47

MN

8934

93

F

A

48

D

3

7734 Sale

Nov. 23
Nov. 26

Nov. 20
Nov. 10

Nov.
1
Nov. 1
59
Nov.
1
5234 Nov. 16

90

MN

Nov.

1
59
Nov.
6434
9934 Nov. 16 101
45
Nov. 27
6054
4634 Nov. 23 5954

Sale

10134

73

27

Nov. 22 105J4 Nov. 17
Nov. 17
5734 Nov. 30 62
54
Nov. 12
50
Nov. 24

J

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

9534 Nov.

Sale

Nov. 22

Nov. 30

1754 Nov. 13
1254 Nov. 13
13 Y Nov. 15
10
Nov. 27

Jan.

25
24

Oct.

28

Sept.
9034 Jan.

Sale
63

50

Nov.

6034 Nov.

50*
45*
if*

3534 Mar. 2
3434 Jan. 21
44
Jan. 28
4334 Jan. 19
3534 Feb. 19

106

Mar.

49

June 21

Oct.

7854 June 10

Oct.

7334 June
8034 June

Oct.
Mar.

103
72

Nov.

Nov.

47

2
8
9

Ju,y 28
7034 June 11
June 11

Nov.

it

Nov.

78
88

Mar.

June

Nov. 16

8334 Apr. 14
10034 Sept. 7
57
Aug. 3
8634 June 17

Oct.

Nov. 22
5234 Nov. 30
6534 Nov. 18

3954 Mar.
5134 Oct.

6834 Nov. 12

56

Nov. 24 10934 Apr.

90

Nov. 27

93

Nov. 18
Nov. 16

90
90

Nov. 27 106
Jan.
Oct. 20 10534 Jan.

100

8

3134 Mar. 20
31
Sept. 7
57
Aug. 3
3934 Mar. 11
9834 Aug. 7

Jan.
Mar.

104

Sale

External a f 5Ha guar........1961 A O
95,000
15,000 Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5 34s—1957 MN
154,000 ♦Uruguay (Rep) external a f 8a._1946 F A
♦Ext a f 6a
1960 MN
546,000
♦Exter a f 6s
1964 M N
319,000

3

if

22

Sale
Sale

1952 M S

f 6a—.,—1961 I

13

3434 Jan. 23
33
Feb. 26

Nov. 30

3

O

Jan.

3234 July-

Nov. 26

Nov.

4
11

Feb. 23
Mar. 2

3

19

15

2554 Aug. 19
2534 Aug. 19

Nov.

6534 Nov.

A

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

19

Nov. 29

22
22

Feb. 15
Feb. 16

7 11334 Jan.

Oct.

Nov. 24

354-4-434% extl read]
1979
Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7a..—1952
Vienna (City of) 6a..—.........1952
♦Warsaw (City) external 7a..——1958

9

3334 Mar. 11

Nov. 24 113

20

11

1971 J

5

Apr. 23

6234 Aug.

31
16 100

61

F

8

3054 Feb. 27

Nov. 13

934 Nov. 26
934 Nov. 26

1134 Sale
6334 Sale

1955

76

Nov.

*

June

Nov. 27

103
55
42

20

7954 June 11
10334 Sept. 9

1034 Nov. 26

Sale

Jan.

10634 Aug. 31
10434 Sept. 2
6
10234 Oct.
10434 Nov. 10
2534 July 12

11

.....1962 M N

a

Nov.
Nov.

1

D

extl...

53,000
66,000 Yokohama (City) extl

60
100

10234

17
1934
6534 Sale

A

Jan.

8

Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.

6

58

Feb. 25
20

Jan.

934 Nov. 26
934 Nov. 26

.1945 J

Sydney (City) a f g 5H*
54,000 Taiwan Blee Pow 5 HI a
11,000 Tokyo City loan of 1912 5s

28", 666

6734 Nov.

34

Jan.
Feb.

33
76

7234 Sale

........1968 J

25",666

73,000

1034 Nov.
1034 Nov.
5934 Nov.

4

15,000 ♦Silesia (Prov) extl alnk fund 7a.l958 J D
5,000 ♦SUesian Landowners Asan 6a.—1947 F A
Styrla (Province of) 7a.—... 1946 F A

•

6

108
10634 Nov. 26 10734 Nov. 19
10634 Sale 107
106
Nov. 24 110
Nov. 13
10634 Sale 10634 109
Nov. 2
19
3634 22
2534 Nov. 12
3634 22

3034 Sale
2434 Sale
26

8

Nov.

Nov.

11
10
95

20

Sale"

3

Nov.

8
6
3

Nov.

Sale

Sale

Nov.

1334 Jan.

Nov.

54

21

19
18
67

Jan.

13
82

Nov. 13

Sale

1934
9834
25

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 26

1034 Nov. 26

51

1634
9634
2034

59

11

11

6934 Sale

76

1

1134 1234
1034 Sale
1034 Sale

19

Sale"

11134 11334

2634

10

19

2534 Sale
Sale

10334 Sale

"40" "48""

19

5

9

Nov.

104
10234
1934 Sale
1934
60
6034 Sale
5754 5934 5734
10134 Sale 100

106

234 Oct.

Nov.

10334 Nov.
10234 Nov.
10134 Nov.

Sale

105.
54;

8
7
7

19
19
1

Nov.

106

Sale

21

20

4

Sale

102

Jan.

954 Jan.
934 Jan.

Oct.

234 Oct.
134 Oct.
434 Oct.

65

Sale

10334 Sale

9

2

5

Nov.

1134 Sale
1034
1034
12
1034
5934 5934
5934 60
10034 Sale 100
10034 Sale 100
107
Sale
10534
104

334 Nov. 15
334 Nov. 4
3
Nov. 10

Nov. 26

4

59

55
55

DOC1946 J

sec

6

Nov. 30

6
Sale
Sale

63

10134 102
10634 107
10734 107

102

10234
1834
7634
7234

134
4

"65" Sale"

6531

Croats 8c Slovenes (Kingdom)—
B

234 Nov.
3

22

1956 M S

secured extl

3 34
Sale

O

f g 7a_..................1940

aer

634 June 28
334

D

1952 M N

...

♦SF g 6
Serbs

Sale Prices

1953 I

3,000 ♦Saxon State Mtge Inat 7a.

69,000
175,000

Sale Prices

1959 F

♦7a extl Water loan
Sec

Highest

Sale Prices

A

♦634s extl secured a f
.......1957 MN
San Paulo (State of)—
♦♦8a extl loan of 1921..........1936 J
J
♦8a external..................1950 J
J
♦6a extl Dollar loan

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

Highest

1952

♦Saarbruecken (City) a f 6a
Sao Paulo (City of)—
♦8a extl secured

Ask Bid

Bid

Lowest

1967 J

112,000 ♦Roumanla (Kingdom of) 7a

;

72

7634 Sale
5934 Sale

♦Rio de Janeiro

♦7a Municipal loan
Rome (City) external a f *34s

Nov. 30

Bale

Rio Grande do Sul (State of)—

74,000
285,000

1234

1131
1231
7051

60

69,000 Queensland (State of) ext a f 7a..1941 A O
26,000
35-year extl a f 6a
Feb 15 1947 F A
13,000 ♦Rbine-Maln-Danube deb7a aer A1950 M S

sec

7
Sale
634
834
734 Sale

2034 Sale
2034 Sale

62,000 ♦Porto Alegre (City of) 8a
1961 J D
J
55,000
♦Extl loan 7j^a
..196b J
4,000 P<*gue (Greater City) 734s
1952 MN
26,000 ♦Prussia (Free State) ext sf *34—1951 M S
64,000
*8 f gold 6a
1952 A O

♦Extl

Ask

1

234 Nov. 29

I
9,000
•♦Small
212,000 Milan City (Italy) ext loan 6H*->1952 A O
Vflnas Geraes (State of, Brazil)
97,000
♦Sec extl a f 634«—
1958 M S
173,000
♦Sec extl sf 634s
1959 M S
56,000 ♦Monterldeo (City) 7a
1952 J D
11,000
*6a seriea A
1959 MN
67,000 New Soutb Walaa ext a f g 5a
1957 F A
56,000
External a f g 5a
1958
58,066 Norway 29-year ext a f 6a.Aug 15 1943
65,000
29-year axternal a f 6a. Aug 15 1944
99,000
Extl sinking fund 434s
1956 M 8
388,000
External alnk fund 4
1965 A O
307,000
4a a f extl loan
—1963
2,000
Municipal Bank ext a f 5s
1970
9,000 ♦Nuremberg (City) external 4a-.1952
178,000 Oriental Development 6a
....1953 M 8
138,000
External deb 5
1958 MN
65,000 Oslo (City)
extl alnk fund..1955 A O

113,000 ♦Pernambuco (State of) 7a
1947
91,000 *Peru (Rep) Sec a f g 7a..
1959
583,000
♦National loan ext a f gg—
1960
258,000
♦National loan ext a f 6a
1961
75,000 ♦Poland (Rep of) g 6a
1949
39,000
♦Stabllla loan 7a of '27. Oct 15 1947
136,000
♦External a f 8a
1959

Nov.

1937

Assenting 4> of 19t4—....... 1954 J
•Assenting 4a of 1914 Urge
♦Assenting 4a of 1910 small
♦♦
Treaa 4a of '13 assent (large) 1933 J

♦♦• of 19Mi

134,000
278,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

FOREIGN GOV T (Conclude*)
Mexico (Continued)

74,000
69,000
40,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS

November
Value

21

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

DEC., 1937]

RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL
COMPANIES.

186,000 ♦{♦Abltlbl Pow 8c Paper 1st 5a...1953

J

D

5,000 Adams Expreaa coil tr g 4a......1948 M 8
Collateral trust 4a of 1907——.1947 J D
6,000
44,000
434s stamped.................1946 F A
21,000 Adriatic filec Co external 7a.....1952 A O

:!

86",665

7734

D
D

78

80

109

AO

2,000
463,000
6,000
242,000
140,000

Alpine Montan Steel 7a......... 1955

Nov.
Nov.

9134 Nov.

9034 195
9434 497
76
8334

A

100

J

D

9634 Sale

A

O

95

z77

O

40

101

10634
5834

51

57
97
73
59
38

57

86

A

.....

10434

F

M

S

Amer 8c Foreign Power deb 5s
.2030 M 8
American Ice s f deb 5s
.—...1953 J D
American IG Chemical 534 a
1949 MN
Amer Internet Corp conv f 34 a.. 1949 J
Amer Tel 8c Tel—1

484,000
20-year sinking fund 534s...—1943
7 Convertible debentures 4 34a. 1939
869,000
334a debentures............
1961
887,000
334s debentures...—.......—1966
727.000
57,000 ♦Am Type Found s. f. debs 234-5s_1950
46,000 Amer Water Wks 8c Elec 6s aer A. 1975
529,000 Anaconda Cop Mln s f deb434s ..1950

90

95

10534
80
75

100
Sale

j Sale
6534 Sale
A O 10234 10334
Allegh 8t West 1st g gu 4s
1998
32",565 Alleg Valley gen gu 4a—........1942 M 8 112
ioi""
27,000 Allied Stores Corp deb 434*-1950 A 01 100
15,000
434* debentures—........—.1951 F A
1.175,000 AlUs-Chalmers Mfg conv 4s......1952 M S

V

56

6934

Nov.
Nov.

97

8034 Nov. 12

J

HI

9334

94

J

J

A

O

"2934 Sale"
15834

2434 Nov.

93

10734 Nov.

Sale

92

Sale

98341101
165
Sale
92

109

96

.198 34H02
5734 Sale
95 J4^ 97 34

Sale

103

Sale

10534 Sale

i97

Sale

9634 Sale

11134 Sale
11234 11234

11334 Sale

11234 Sale

103

Sale

100

Sale

100
105
94

Sale

Sale
Sale

10334 Sale

Nov.

8734 Nov.
10034 Nov.

9034 Sale

10434 Sale

Sale

17134 Sale
10934 11034
10634 Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
NovNov.
Nov.
Nov.

10534 Nov. 8
5834 Nov. 15
6134 Nov. 15
Nov.

3

8034 Nov.
72
Nov.

3

100

40

1
Nov. 30

3134 Nov. 16

92

Sale

D

MN

|

180
83 |
7134 Sale

81
87

A O

J

9334 Oct.
76

Aug.

27 10534 Sept.
5

6
5
11

1

9934 Feb.

9
Mar. 5
Nov. 24 110
Jan. 23
Nov.
8 76
Feb.
9
Nov. 10 74
Jan. 25
Nov. 10 107
Jan. 11
Oct. 19 10134 Feb.
2
Nov. 23
9634 Jan.
2
Nov. 4 9334 Feb. 11
Nov. 8 7234 July
9
Jan. 22
July 10 102
Jan. 25
Mar. 17 112
Nov. 8 101
Jan. 27
Feb.
9
Nov. 19 100
Oct. 19 105
Oet.
4

1034 June 25 115

AO

.

-

68

114

Ala Gt Sou 1st cons 5a aer A......1943 J
First cons 4a aeries B
1943 J

4,000 Albany Perfrated Wrap Paper 6s. 1948
6a with warrants assented—1948
6,000
10,000 Albany 8c Susq 1st guar 3 Xs.
..1946
185,000 Allegheny Corp coll tr conv 6s.. 1944
Collateral and convertible 5a —1949
192,000
♦Collateral 8c convertible 5s
7,000
1950
♦5a stamped........1950
892,000

8434 Sale
106

1045?
10434

103

Sale

1003&

Sale
10034 Sale

98

10854 Nov.

5

57
97
71
59
38

2434
9334
L0734

Nov.

1

92

9054 Nov.

1

8734

10434 Nov.

1

96

93

Nov. 24 100

5434 Nov. 24

65

Nov. 19

96

95

L01
51

Nov. 3
Nov.
1
Nov. 23

10234 Nbv. 26 10434 Nov. 12
Nov. 1
9534 Nov. 12 97
11254 Nov, 20 114
100% Nov, 30
9954 Nov. 8

93 34 Jan.
8 102]
54
Nov. 24 87]
Jan.
2 100
Oct. 19 109]

87
99

8634 Oct.

19 106]

Sept. 3
Jan. 18
Aug. 11
Mar.

Jan.

1

29

Nov.

4

11134 Feb.

114

Mar.

Nov.

9

100»u Nov.

113

Jan.

8
7

10234 Jan.
10234 Jan.

.4
4

Nov.

3
Nov. 13
Nov. 15

*9934 Nov. 8
10034 Sale
Nov. 8
10834 Sale 103
1
93
Nov.
93
7734 Nov. 16
9534
Nov.
1
100
Nov. 26 104
101
Sale

9634 Apr.
9634 Apr.
Oct.
Oct.

200

9954 Oct.

107

96
"91

Feb.

8

11034 Jan. 23
Jan.

11

AngloChilean Nitrate—

106,000
♦Sinking fund income deb—
1967 Jan
16,000 Una Arbor 1st g 4s.......July 1995 Q J
2,000 Ark 8c Memp Bdge 8c Term 1st 58.1964 M 8
565,000 Armour 8c Co 4a s f ser B (Del)—.1955 F A
203,000 JUt M s f 4s ser C (Del)
1957 J J

For footnotes, see page 30.




3634 Sale
71
7234
10434
9934 Sale

30
40
95
94

33
50
100 I
Sale
Sale

3534 138

Nov. 3
3834 Nov. 27

32

8634 Sale
8534 Sale

3834 No.v 10
4034 Nov. 6

Nov. 19
Nov. 19 100
7534 Nov. 24 9534 Nov.
Nov.
80
Nov. 24 95

100

19 4234 Mar. 11
74
Mar. 1
21 105
Jan. 27
Nov. 24 10034 Jan. 29
Nov. 24 9934 Mar. 5
Oct.

Nov. 27
Oct.

22

n. y. stock

Sales in
November
Value

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Atchinaon

12~666

,

22,000
200,000
111,000
22,000
131,000
76,000
26,000
31,000
15,000
1,000

Topeka & Santa Fe—

Gen g 48

1995

A

O

Sale

Jnly 1 1995 Not
Stamped 4a..........July 11995 MN

Conv g as of1999

109
110
111
Sale

D

D

1955

,

D
J

1

113*4

Cal-Ariz lat ki«f4Ha aer A ...1962 m 8
Atl Knox Ac No lat g 5a. ...... ...1946 J D

114

Atl ft Char Air Una lat

4He A..1944
..........1944
July 1952
General unified 4H* aerlea A.. 1964
10-yr coll tr 5a
......May 1 1945
L & N collat gold 4a
..Oct.. 1952
Atlantic Ac Danrille lat g 4a .....1948
Second 4a....
..............1948
lat 36-year 5a aerB

Atl Coaat L lat

cona

4a

J

J

J

liiu
114*1

M S

105m

D

Sale

M N

Sale

MN

Sale

J

J

61*4
55

Atl Gulf & WI8S Line coll tr 5a.l959
Auburn Automobile cony deb 4J4a '39

....

Sale

—

........1960
Belridere Del cona gtd g 1K«....1943
33",666 ♦Berlin City Electric deb 6 ha
1951
31,000
♦Deb sinking fond 6Ha..
1959
♦Debenture 6a.........
Berlin Elec Eler ft Undgrd

A O

108*4 Sale

J

90*1
115*1
100*1

O
D
MN

A

J

J

J

J

103*1

107*1

Sale
Sale

104
Sale

89 j

98
Sale

W A
M 8

77;
89 i

Sale
Sale

115;

J

1
J

110

Sale

J
J

J

113i

115

D

A O
J
J

120*1

A O

Sale

J

J

J

~23*4

j d
F A
....1955 A O

Sale

21*4
21 *4
23
105 54 Sale

E.......1966 AO
99*4 Sale
5,000 Big Sandy Ry lat mtge 4a.......1944 J D 112

562,000 Boaton ft Maine lat 5a aer AC—.1967
257,000
lat mortgage 5a aerlea II..
1955
179,000
lat g 4Mb aerlea JJ
.1961
34,000 i ♦Boston ft NY Air Line lat
gu 4al955
117,000 ♦{♦Botany Cona Mllla aec a f 6
H >1934
36,000
♦Certificates of deposit.———

MS
MN
A

O

....

...1941 J

Brunaw ft Western lat gu g 4a...1938 J
Buffalo Gen Elec 4*4s aer B......1981 F

19,000
♦Certificates of deposit...........
10,000 {Bush Terminal Co 1st 4s—1952 A

27,000
Con sol 5a
1955
60,000 {Bush Term Bldgs lat 5a
gu_....1960
149,000 Calif Packing cony deb 5a
..1940
.....

J

J

515,000 Canadian

Pac 4% deb stock........
Collateral trust gold 4**s
1946
5s equip trust ctfa............1944
Collateral trust g 5a....._....1954
Collateral trust 4*4s—
—I960
2,000 {♦Carolina Central 1st gu g 4s.. 1949
28,000 Car©Clinch ft Ohio 1st5a.......1938
55,000
1st ft con g 6a aeries A.Dec 15 1952
Carriers ft Gen Corp deb 5a w w.1950

167,000
93,000
137,000
202.000

Carthage ft Adir lat gu g 4a

12,000
6,000
6,000
120,000
3.000
99,000
132,000
36,000

J

*4*666
3,000

152,000

"50*4

J

104

Sale

Sale
Sale

80

8*

*75"

Sale
Sale

29*4
Sale

61*4 63
104*4 104*4

115*4 Sale
118*4 118*4
120*4 Sale
121

118*4
Sale

116
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

111
106
Sale

D

♦Ref ft gen 5**s aerlea
B...
1959 A O
♦Ref ft gen 5a aeries
G—...... 1959 AO

58*4 Sale
55*4 Sale

39*4 Sale

11*
50

117*4

120'"

l02
Nov.
83*4 Nov.
51*4 Nov.
5
89*| Nov.
23 58*4 Nov.

118

127*4 Nov. 12 120

'27"""Nov."l9

Mar. 13

28

18*4 Jan. 12
18*4 Mar. 16

27

26

69

79
46

3

Nov.

3

llH

Nov.

16
24

8

126

40

78*4 Nov.

Nov.

60

Nov. 30
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 29
Nov. 15
Nov. 1
Nov. 8

37

Sale"

19

19

25

19
33
102*4 Sale
93*4 Sale
~~k
107*4 sale

25

26

22*4 Sale
20*4 23
20
loo *4

-

Sale

92*4 Sale
107*4
Sale
50*4 Sale
Sale
46

50

9*4

19*4
57*4
101
57

12
Sale

25 *4 "Nov .~29
21
Nov. 16

20*4 Nov. 29

33

38*4
111
103

105*4
60
101

il8*4 nov."26 115*4

Sale

22*4 Nov 16
Nov. 16

22

20

48
48
44
8
8
on

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

26
20
30
23
23

57

Nov. 26

54

48

Oct.

48

Nov.
Nov.

11*4 Nov.

8*4 Nov.
7*4 Oct.
7*4 Oct.
72
Aug.
97*4 Apr.

34
41
41
101

57
55

104
83

1

Nov. 12

11

11*4 Nov.

3

162" nov."I6
64*4 Nov.

3

44

Sale

81

Nov. 30

106*4 Sale 106*4 Nov. 30
108*4 110*4 Nov. 18
80*4 82*4 Nov. 26
Sale
104
94
95!
Nov. 17
Sale
106*4 105!
105*4 Nov. 18 105*4
Sale
Sale

Nov. 1
Nov. 12
Nov, 1
Nov. 1

105

'8*

110*4
111*4 Sale
105*4— 105*4

m"""Nov."26

Sale
15

48

9*4 Sale

8

57

10

85

47*4
49*4

103*4

Sale

49*4
60
-----

11

Sale

45

9*4 Sale

9

83

87

7
83
45
55

10

111*1

24

Sale

10

26

ft9*4 Nov.

20
8
23

Nov.

3
1
3

Nov.

5

111*

Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

3
9
Nov. 29
Nov. 1
Nov. 24

Nov. 29

40
50
72
50
Nov. 6
102
102*4 101*4 Sale 101*4 Nov. 24
108^ 108 m 107*4 Sale 107
Nov. 24
90
85
50
87*4
75
66*4 "7l"""Novr6

70*4 Nov. 24
19*4 Nov, 9

82

85

Nov.
Nov.

47*4 Nov.

60
Nov. 10
4 104*4 Nov. 23

116*4 Nov.
Nov.

118*4 117m
Sale
115*4
Sale
112
114*4 112
111*4 112
113*4 Sale 111*4
Sale
121*4 Sale 124
121*4
88
Sale
86
Sale
55*4
101*4, 102*4 100*4 Sale
99*4
111*4 Sale 110*4 112*4 111*8
Sale
102*4 Sale 102
101*4
96*4 Sale
96*| Sale
96*4

57*4 Nov.

29

11*4
9*4 Nov. 19
Nov. 18
105*4 106
Nov. 1

113'" 113*4 111*4
115*4 115*4 116*4 114*1
Sale

116* Sale
116*g 117*4
114*4 114*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

40*4 46
49*4 60
103*4 104*4 103*4 Nov.

108*4
1118
114

Sale

Oct.
45
Nov.
9
Nov,
7
Nov.
83
Nov.
43*4 Oct.
55
Nov.
102*4 Oct.

2*4 Nov. 12
8*4 Nov. 3
3*4 Nov. 19
6*4 Nov. 23
8*4 Nov. 15
8
Nov. 10
6*4 Nov. 30
4*4 Nov. 19
3*4 Nov., 30
4
Nov! 18
8*4 Nov. 3
3*4 Nov. 9
2*4 npv. 16
3*4 Nov. 6
9
Nov. 5
0
Nov. 6
1 *4 Nov. 6
7*4 Nov. 3
Nov.

6

80*4 Nov. 3
24*4 Nov. 10

"lo*4~Nov.""8 16*4Nov."l7
7

Nov.

8

9*4 Nov.

1

7*4 Nov. 22

8*4 Nov.

1

50

1*4
7
7

104

104*4

........1987 J
Pac lat ref gu g 4a........1949 F
Through St L 1st gu g 4s
1954' A O
Guar
F A

5a.—————.....i960

♦♦Cen RR ft Bkg of Ga.col
ts~5sll937 MN
5s extended to
May 11942......... MN
Central Steel lat sink fond 8a
1941 MN
Certain-teed Prod a f g 5Ma A... 1948 M 8

50.000 Champion Pap & Fibre deb 4Ks.l950 M S
52,000 Chea ft Ohio 1st cons g 5a.....
1939 MN
General gold 4M>—..........1992 M 8
44.000
Ref & impt mtge 3M> aer
109,000
D....1996 MN
Ref ft impt mtge 3Ha aer E
168,000
1996 F A
Craig Valley let g 5a
May 1940 J J
*2",660 Potta Creek Br lat 4a.........1946 J J
R ft A Diy lat con g 4s..—....1989 J
20.000
J
2d con gold 4a.............1989 J
2.000
J
Warm Springs Valley 1st g 5a .1941 M 8

55

86

75
112

Sale

Sale
34

112*4

Sale

Sale

108*4 109*4
104
92

125*4
93*4
107*4
108*4

Sale

95

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
127
128*4
102*4 Said
102*4 Sale
llOj

in;
118

115!
Ill

104
98*4
77*4 Sale
71*4 75
88
87*4
86*4
90
116*4 119
116*4 Sale
63
Sale
63*4 Sale
104*4 Sale 105*4 Sale
106*4 105*4 Sale
Sale
all7*4 Sale
95*4 93*1 Sale

iTvi

Sale

94*|

Sale

104*1

66*4 Nov.

8

76

Nov. 8
116*4 Nov. 23
57
Nov. 24
104*4 Nov. 1

105*4
117*4
93*4
93*4

Nov.27
Nov. 8
Nov, 23
Nov. 23

109*4
109*4
105*4 108
106*4
106*4 Nov. 12
113
113*1
133*4 Nov. 8
109
109*4
109*4 Nov. 4
106*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

77*4 Nov.

1
19
17

12
9

15
3
19
1

1

6
5

Aug. 30
Feb. 10
Nov. 15
Oct. 20
Feb.
4
Feb. 19

32

83

Mar.

Jan,

6

20
4

73*4 Feb
May 19

105*1

Jan.

Jan,
Jan.

12
29
6
14
5
13

11
2
5

9
8

June
7
Jan. 11
Feb.
3
Jan.
2

105*1
8
83*4 Mar
105*4 Jan. 13
111*4 July 31
106*4 Jan. 11
Jan. 18
93

Nov. 24

i§* Oct.

27
4

8* Aug. 20
Jan.

12

May 24

Apr. 19

n Mar.

Nov. 8
Oct. 19

23*4 Mar.
23*4 Mar.

6
8

,8

Sept. 22

90

67
102
90

.

40

Feb. 25

Jan.

11*

"63*4 "64"

23
19

Nov.

25

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Jan.
Jan.

90*4 Aug. 19

Nov.

71

24

108*4

6

Mar. 8
Feb. 23
Mar, 11
Feb. 16
Mar. 4
Mar. 4
Jan. 18
Jan.
4
Jan.
2
Jan. 16

20
9

Nov.

107

a/l

Nov. 23 110
Nov. 8
Nov. 4 107
95*4 Nov. 26 98
106*4 105*4 Nov. 9 105*4
48
38
Nov. 24 48*4
Sale
32
Nov. 26 39
Sale
25*4 Nov. 30
Sale
93*4 Nov. 27

2

93

90*£ Oct.

29

106

8

31

101*4 Nov.

26*1

mb#
67

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan,
Jan.

19*4 Sale
23*4 30

107
Sale

20
2

Jan.
Jan.

Mar. 17 121
Mar. 23 121
6 118'
Apr.
Mar. 17 116
116
Mar.
120
Oct.
128!
80
Oct.
99!
99*4 Nov.
105*4
115;
109*4 Oct.
110!.
98*4 Oct.

20

180

2
21
23
15

26

114*4
114*4
112*4
110*4
110*4

23

173

18
25

June 25

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Oct.

31*4 34*4
21*4 Sale
21
21*

5

25
16
10

8
24
29

89*4 Oct.
71

18

Aug. 21
Aug.
6

7*4 Oct. 19 42
106
Nov. 18 119*4
109*4 Mar. 22 116
113
Mar, 18 118*4

J

General 4a.

105*4

Nov; 26 106

104

J

1966 A
{♦Central New.Eng lat guar 4S..1961 J
Central of N J gen g 5a
1987 J

85]

94
Nov. 3
Nov. 17 109
Nov. 30 103*4 Apr.
9 107
100
Aug. 25 102
li2*4"Nov."l5 108
Apr. 13 112*4

D

8

91:

Nov.

8

20

78
Oct. 19 115*4 Jan? "20
2
106*4 Nov. 30 122*4 Jan.
110*4 Nov. 18 132*4 Jan. 22

t

J

90

Aug.

18
4
22

26*4 Aug. 13

Nov. 15
54*4 Nov. 15
50*4 Nov. 15

60
81

lift

20
Mar. 12 25
99*4"Nov."23 102*4 Nov. 3 99*4 Nov. 23
106*4
91*4 Nov. 23 94
Nov. 3
89*4 Oct. 19 99*4
107*4 Nov. 23 107*4 Nov. 22 107
Mar, 31 112

11*4
8*4 Nov. 23
49*4
102*4 101*4 Nov. 1

38

78*4

50

38*4

104*4
26

99*4 Jan. 18
7
60*4 Jan,
54
Jan.
9
83*4 Jan.
7
2
85*4 Feb.
107*4 Jan. 12

Oct. 28 104
Sept.
Nov. 6 108*4 Jan.
Nov. 24
94*| Jan.
Nov.
5 116*s Jan.
Nov. 23 103*4 Jan.
Nov, 24 105
Jan.
Nov. 26 107*4 Jan.
Nov. 16
99*4 Jan.
Oct. 19 93*t Jan.
Oct.
Mar.
Oct.
Jan.
Apr.
116
Jan,
Apr. 17 1101
Mar.
Nov. 19 116
Jan.
Nov.
8
Feb.
78!
Oct. 29 103!
Feb.
Apr. < 9 121!
Jan.
Mar. 23 131
Jan.

24

117*4 Nov.

128*4 126*4

102

9
9

Feb,

8
105*4 Jan.
8
99*4 Jan.
106*4 Jan. 20

Nov.

6

24

55*4
50*4
35*4 Nov. 23 44*4
39*4 Nov. 24 60*4
112*4 Nov. 15 l12*4
105*4 Nov. 8 l06
105*4 Nov. 19 l08*4
39

60

68

Central Illinois Light 3
Ma




Sale

3

3

116

61*4 Nov.

J

General mtge 5a
Cent Hudson G ft E 1st & ref
3Ms '65 M
Cent 111 Elec ft Gaa 1st
6a.......1951 F

For footnotes, see page 30

Sale
Sale

126

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Feb.

5

111*4 Feb,

99*4 Oct.

73*4 Nov.

29
9
16

107

Nov.

25

6

Jan.
Jan,
Jan.

114
July 28
113*4 July 21
118*4 Mar. 1

74*4 Nov.

J

J
mtge 6a....1941 MS
...........
1941 M S

■

Nov, 17

40
79
46

F A

D

99*4 Nov.

61*4 Nov.

Sale

44*4
44
Sale
50*4 Sale
112
112*4
106
108*4 105*s
108*4 Sale 104*4

35*4 Sale

118*1119*4

MN

109*4

Jan.
Feb.

110
108
111

Nov.

25
'

2
5

Jan.

112

^

Sale

J

28

92

Jan,

112

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

so* Sale

45

27

Nov.

Nov. 3
Nov. 1
Nov. 13
Nov. 4
Nov. 1
Nov. 12

102

102

Nov.

74*4 Nov.

-—

90
27

116

.

109

J

{♦Cent of Ga Ry lat g 5s.—Nov. 1945 F A
♦Consol gold 5a._.wi..———1945 MN

♦Chat Diy pur money g 4a
1951
♦Macon ft Nor Diy 1st g 5a
1946
♦Middle Ga ft Atl Diy pur m 5s. 1947
♦Mobile Diy 1st g 5a
...1946
Central Foundry 1st

30
95

62*4
99*4

58*4 Sale
78*4 Sale
69
70*4
68*4

Sale

106*4
103*4

J

324.000 Cent

265*666

89

92

27
28

Sale
62

33
Sale

83*4 Sale
50*4 Sale

109

M S

1981 J

39,000 Celotex Corp deb 4%a w w—1947
39,000 ♦Cent Br Un Pac lat g 4a.......1948
53,000
68,000

,

92
Sale

114

_

262*655

64

Camaguey Sugar Co—»
„

106

Sale

60
Sale

O

A O
J

Sale Prices

48

24*4
J

107

154*4

Sale

Sale
63*4 Sale

J
A

Mat 7a ctfa of deposit..
....1942
34,000 Canada Sou con gu 5s aer A—.—1962
83,000 Canadian Nat gold 4*4a—.
-.1957
65,000
Guaranteed gold 5s......July 1969
71,000
Guaranteed g 5a..........Oct 1969
21,000
Guaranteed g 5a
1970
49,000
Guar gold 4**s
..June 15 1955 J D
96,000
Guar g 4Me......
.......1956 FA
32,000
Guar g 4Mb......
........1951 M S
42,000 Canadian Northern guar 6*4s—.1946 J J

"2.005

34*4
30*4

10l*4

75,000 Brooklyn Union El lat 5a_...
1950 FA
162,000 Brooklyn Union Gaa Co lat
g 5a.l945 MN
51,000
lat lien ft ref 6a aer A.........1947 MN
41,000
Debenture* gold 5a ..........1950 J D
271,000
lat lien ft ref 5a aerlea B.......1957 MN
37.000 Brown Shoe a f deb 3*4>——-1950 F A

83,000

"8l""

J

Buffalo Niagara Elec 3*4s aer C..1967 J D
Buff Roch ft Pitta cons 4*4s.——1957 MN
*{♦ Burl Ced Rap ft Nor 1st 5a...l934 A O

Sale Prices

103*4
104
Oct.
106*4 165*4 Sale 104*4 Nov. 16 106*4 Nov. 4 104*4 Nov.
105*4 105*4 105*4 Sale i65*4 Nov, 9 105*4 Nov. 19 105
May
Sale
113
Nov. 1 110
113
Nov, 1 113
111*4 114
Feb.
Sale
111
Sale
I11
110*4 Nov. 30 112*4 Nov, 17 110*4 Nov.
99
99*4
118*4 Mar.
Sale
98
Nov,
Nov. 13
107"" 98
98
Nov.
99*4 Nov.
i62"" 3-05*4. 100
100*4
Nov. 15
99*4 Nov.
Sale
87
85*4 Nov.
Nov. 5
93*4 96
85*1 Nov.
Sale
75
84
81
Nov. 3
73*4 Nov.
73*4 Nov.

11

Brooklyn City RR lat 5a........1941
Bklyn Edison cona mtge 3*4>——1966 MN
603,000 Bklyn Manhattan Tranalt
4*4s—1966 MN
Bklyn Queena Co ft Sub gtd 5a..l941 MN
lat 5a atamped

Highest

Sale Prices

106"

Sale
£
52
Sale
47*4 Sale
11*4 Sale
11
12

207",000

204,000
28,000

107
104

77*4

M 8

97

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 16 110*4 Nov. 3 106*4-Apr.
Nov. 20 100*4 Nov. 22 100
Nov.
Nov. 10 100
100*4 Nov. 19 104
Oct.
105
Nov. 15 106
Nov. 3 104*4 May
104*4 Nov. 26 106*4 Nov. 4 103*4 Apr.

Sale

103

106*4

102

M N

Rye—
♦lat 6Ha-....
.............1956 A O
478,000 Bethlehem Steel
4*4s aerlea D...1960 j j
451,000
Cona mtgeSHa aerlea

5?.000

Sale

106"

30

88

J

Highest

Sale
107*4 Sale, 107
104*4 100
104*4 100

110

Auatln Ac NW lat g 5a guar......1941

D

Ask

Ask Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN; 1

Lowest

Nov, 30

,

J

J

Bid

103"

D

Cony deb gold 4Ha......—..19M J
Rocky Mt diy lat 4a A........ 1965 J
Trana-Cont Short Line lat 4a gl958 J

.

J

Con? g 4s of 1995.............1955 J
Cony g 4a of 1919
...1969 J

9,000 Baldwin Loco Wks 5a
atpd..
1940
695,000 Bait & Ohio lat g 4a
July 1948
747,000
Refund ft gen 5a aer A..
1995
724,000
lat gold 5a
....July 1948
677,000
Refund gen 6a,eerleaC.......1995
94,000
PLEft WVa Sya refg4a
1941
401,000
SouthwDiy latSHs at 5% ....1950
27,000
Tol Cin Diy lat ft ref 4a aer A..1959
555,000
Refunding 5a aerleaD——2000
1.914,000
Conr g 4Mb
1960
521,000
Ref ft gen 5a aerlea F_.........1996
6,000 Bangor ft Arooatook RR lat
g 5a *43
9,000
Con ref mtgt gold 4a.. ........1951
12,000
4a stamped.———1951
4,000 Battle Creek ft
Sturgia go 8a....1989
Beech Creek Exten lat g IMa.. .1951
38,000 Bell
Telephone of Pa lat 5a B....1948
41,000
Flrat ft ref 5a aerlea C

14,000

Ask

Adjuatment a 4i

367",666
14,000
13,000
47,000

Nov. 1

1937

N&,

Bid

6.000
82.000
8,000
23.000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2

bonds

461.000

exchanoe—bonds

31

Jan.

5

Aug. 27

34
19 244
Nov. 8
Apr.
5 109
Oct.
Oct.

29

Oct.

21 104*
24 108

100*4 Mar.

Nov. 24

38
28

23*4 Jan,

19

si

35*4 Nov. 30

78

Oct.

93*1

Nov. 27 112
101
Apr. 13 108
66*4 Nov. 8 104
95
Mar. 23
88
76
Noy. 8 92

Nov. 6
Nov. 16 116*4
20
Nov. 18
55
19
Nov. 23 104
4
Nov. 3 105
NOV.A27
Nov. 3 116
Mar. 20
Nov. 3
93
NoyT23
Nov. 3
92
Oct. 19
107
Aug. 11
105
Oct. 26
i66-*4.Nov,"l2
113*4 Nov. 17 108
Apr.
6
8
109*4 Nov. 19 109*4 July
Mar. 30
108
,

Jan.

22
13
22

Mar, 8
Jan. 28
Jan. 21
Feb.
2
Jan. 14
Mar. 8

Jan,

11

Jan. 20
Jan.
6
Jan.
5
Jan.
8
Mar. 10

July 12
2
125*4 Jan.
Feb. 11
Jan.
5
Jan.
7
4
128*4 Jan*
4
102*4 Jan.

M*
108
109

4
102*4 Jan.
111
Jan. 29
111*4 Jan. 18
120*4 Jan. 19
115

Jan.

108*4 Sept.

29

2

N. Y. STOCK

DEC., 1937]
Sales in

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS

1937
Bid

$

141,000
72,000
44,000
369,000
175,000
173,000

1**9 A O
1*** J J

Chic A Alt RR ret g 3a
Chic Burl & Q 111 DlT 3%*

Nov. 1
Ask

Bid

Sale

Ask

Ask

Sale

Sale

10934

Sale
Sale

Nov. 18 107
10534 104
Sale
10834 Nov. 19 11034
Sale
107
Nov. 24 10934
Sale
10134 Nov. 27 10634
Sale
10434 Nov. 24 11134

114

110

{♦Chic Indlanap A Loulav rf g 4al947
♦Refunding gold 5a ser B......1947
♦Refunding 4a aeries G........ 1947
♦lat A general 5a series A..
1946
♦1st A gen 6a series B
May 1966
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O

99

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J

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J

J

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92

113x4 11634

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41

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10

20

20

38

Sale

16

17
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37
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Sale

Sale

9334
110

A

9734
11234

93

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25

Sale

26

68

32

Sale

Sale

69

3134 Sale

70

3334 Sale
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4534
46

MN

49

MN

4934 Sale
48
5034
5134 Sale

MN
MN

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

34

92

Nov.

13

93

11234 Nov.
2634 Nov.
Nov.

28

1SN

Nov.
Nov.

18

2834 Nov.

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

21

19

16

Nov.

19

2134

2134

17

1934 Sale
15

18

3

3134 Nov. 30
12

Nov.

Sale

2234

J

D

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11

J

D

J

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MN

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Nov. 24

15

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13

8134
82
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11

Sale
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Sale

Sale
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11334
9454

23

Sale

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Sale

11

Sale

1134 Sale
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49

57

19

Sale

38

2034
1834
2034
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25

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M
634

20

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Nov.

1

3

8
3

16
17

24

Nov. 12

Oct.
Oct

Nov.

19
19

Feb.

15
11

1734 Nov. 22

Oct.

19

Oct.

19

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
52
Jan.
61
Feb.
38
36% Feb.
36% Feb.

5% Oct.

19

24% Mar.

18

Nov.

July

20

Nov. 24

9
9

'"934 Sale"

Sale

Sale^

534 Sale

8

Sale

100

/

50

Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 22
Nov. 24

21

Nov. 12

1834 Nov.

5

10

Nov.

1

9

Nov.

1

Nov. 20

1034 Nov.

1

734 Nov. 23
434 Nov. 24

Nov.

3

634 Nov.

1

8

9

100

Oct.

1634 Oct.
1534 Oct.
7% Oct.
6% Oct.
6% Oct.
7
Oct.
4

105

Oct.

8034

90

9834 Sale

89
80

Aug.
Sept.
Aug.

68

75

78

Oct.

87

5934

46

60

97

98

Sale

3U

1

734 Sale
934 Sale

86

86

4

1134 Nov. 15
834 Nov. 1

1834
1734
734
634

86

4834 Nov. 24

55

Nov.

5

8
11

11

5034

3634 Jan.
12* Mar.

11

Nov. 23

Sale

28

22
23
8

Jan.

9

20

29
10
26

Jan.

10

4434

20
8
22

52
52

1034 Sale

Nov.

23

49

934 Nov. 23

534 Nov. 23

Jan.

Nov. 24
Nov.
8

1134 Nov. 10

Sale

8
8
7

Jan.

5

934 Nov. 23
934 Nov. 8

634 Sale

13

51% Mar.

44*

Nov. 27

18

Nov.

Jan.

Apr. 16
Mar. 8
Mar. 8
Jan. 18

88

1934 Nov.
1
2134 Nov. 3
2134 Nov. 17

18

117% Jan. 21
Jan. 25

1034 Nov. 26
Feb.
534 Oct. 19
Feb.
534 Nov. 13 26% Jan.
93
Nov. 19 10734 Jan.
110% Apr. 29 11234 Oct.
26% Nov, 26 66
Mar.
25
1
Nov.
5734 Feb.
28
Nov. 24
69% Jan.
28
Novi. 22 69% Jan.
2834 Nov. 24 71% Mar.

Nov.

1734 Nov.

Sale

19

12% Nov. 24

37

8

M S

5

19

20

Sale

8

5834 Jan.

Nov. 18 110

Feb.

Nov.

2234

Sale Prices

108% Nov. 19 113% Jan.

Nov. 12
Nov. 15

MN
M

104
107

434 Nov.

334 Nov.

31

,

Nov.
1
Nov. 15
Nov.
8
Nov. 26
Nov. 12

Nov.

Highest

Sale Prices
22
Nov. 24

10134 Nov. 27 11634
104% Nov. 24 119
8
88
Nov. 26 10154
10
1
Oct. 19 4634
9
Oct. 19 4534
1
7 107% Nov. 27 124

Nov. 17
Nov.
3

33
33

28

Sale

r

5

9
Nov. 27
Nov. 24

29

Sale

9

8
1
5
3

Nov.

734
734
9334
11234
3034

Nov.

25

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13

1034 Nov.
534 Nov.
534 Nov.

41

"I2""

Nov.

17

13

Lowest

Nov.
20 17
1534 Nov.
23
27 11334 Nov.
24 2134 Nov. 12

1234 Nov.

67

MN

Nov. 26

88

1234
1134
116" 107 34
Sale
1534

Sale

2234 Sale
223I 2334

Nov. 24

22

Sale

Sale

6534

F

Chic T H A S'eaat let A ref 5s—1960 J
Income guar 5a—.....Dec 1

15

94
Sale

66

♦{♦Chicago Rys 1st 5s stamped
Feb 1 1937 25% part paid
1937
644,000 {♦Chic R I A Pacific gen g 4a
1988
♦Certificates of deposit—.......
70,000
783,000
♦♦Refunding gold 4s—.......1934 A O
♦Certificates of deposit——
458,000
•♦Sec. gold 434* aeries A
468,000
1953 MS
♦Certificates of deposit
61,000
♦Convertible gold 4 348........I960 MN
212,000
Chic S L A N O gold 5a
1951 J D
Gold 3%*
-June 151951 J D
Memphis Div lat 4a...————1951 J D

15,000

"l7~~

49

11034 11134
6234 Sale
5534
5634

May 1 1989 J
May 11989 J

3,351,000 J ♦Chic Mil St PA Pacmtge»s ser A1975
♦Conv adj 5a......—....Janl 3600
2,098,000
119,000 {♦Chic & No West gen 334*
1987
♦General 4s
1987
179,000
11,000
♦Stpd non payt Fed inc tax. 1987
46,000
♦Stpd gen 434* non-pay Inc taxl987
♦Gen 5a stpd non pay inc tax. 1987
191,000
♦General 4 >4 s stamped
.—.1987
92",666
♦♦15-year secured 634s.. .....1936
♦1st A ref g 5a
220,000
.May 3937
♦1st A ref 4Hb stamped—May 3037
230,000
♦1st A ref 4 >48 ser C
491.000
May 3037
♦Conv 4%s eriea A
1,689,000
1949

3434 Sale
12234

106

Chic L 8 A East 1st 4^1
1969 J
♦Chic Mil A St P gen g 4s aer A..1989 J
♦Gen g 3K( aeries B
May 11989 J
♦Gen 4Hi aeries C—..May 11989 J

♦Gen g 4%s series E
♦Gen 4%s series F

105

J

J

Sale Prices

Sale

11834

♦Certificates of deposit......—
92,000
35,000 Chic A Erie 1st Hold 5s
1983 M N
652,000 {♦Chic Gt Western 1st 50-yr *a—1959 M S

Sale Prices

111

34

A

-

...

Highest

110

A

S

Lowest

10634

J

1st A ref 4
aerlos B
1977 F
lat A ref 5a aerlea A..........1971 F
9,000 ♦{♦Chic A B 111 lat cona tf 4a... ...193* A
295,000 {♦Chic A E IU Ry (new co) ft 5a —1951 M

n

Nov. 30

106

57

10934
11234 Sale
11534 Sale

{Illinois Division 4a.. ———1949 J
General 4a
-1958 M

33,000
1,000
8,000
28,000
44,000
6,000
1,000
197,000
7,000
192,000
84,000
34,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

November
Value

23

EXCHANGE—BONDS

48% Nov.

54

11

56

83!
43!
42!
26!
22!
25!
22!
16

113!
945
98!
995
91

18
11
18
19
19
3

Jan

26

Jan.

16

Jan.

16

6
6
6
Mar.
6
Feb. 18
Jan.
8
Mar.

Mar.

Mar.

July 21
Jan.

11

Feb.

16

Feb.

16

Chicago Union StationGuaranteed 4s
19,000
1st mtge 4s series D—........
18.000
1st mtge 3$4a serirfs E—......
95,000
71,000
3>4# guaranteed—..........
184,000 Chicago A Western Indiana 4s.
1st A ref mtge *34* ser D
132,000
93,000 t hilds Co deb 5s
.........

.1944 A O

10534

J

.1963 J

J

Sale

110
107

.1951 M S

98

Sale

66

963
683
343

1234 113

.1952 J

J

109
Sale

.1962 M

S

Sale

.19*3 A

O

Sale

{♦Choc Okl A Gulf consol 5s... .1952 M N

3051666
46,000

Cine Gas A Elec 1st mtge 334*— .1966 F A
.1967 J D
1st mtge 3 Ms
Cin Leb A N 1st con gu g 4a

107

10634

.1963 J

1943 MN

38

0434 10434

107

Nov.

10734 Nov. 12
110
108

11034 109x4 10934 10934 Nov.
Sale
106% Sale 106% Nov.
Sale
10434 10534 104% Nov.

0834

10034
109

10

10534 Sale

8
5

105% Nov. 16

97

Sale

95

943
623

Sale

92% Nov.

98
Nov.
9634 Nov.

1
5

Nov.

6934 Nov.

58

47", 660
eolooo

5s aeries C guar.... 1957 MN
1st mtge guar 334* series D
1971 MN
J
Clearfield A Mahon lat gtd g 6a.. 1943 J
D
C C C A St L gen g 4a
1993
D
General 5s aeries B
———1993
lat mtge g

10034

1977
Cairo Div lat gold 4s..........1939
Cin W AMDiv lat g 4s
1991 J
Ref A impt 4 34* series E

J

0534
0434 107

J

J

02

03

19*0 J
J
56,000 Cleve-CIiffa Iron lat mtge 4Hs_.1950 M N
J
53.000 Cleve Elec IUum lat M 336*
1965 J
Clev A Pitts gen gu 434* »r B—1943 A O
Series B gu 334*-..———1943 A O
J
Series A gu *34*-—————19*3 J
1,000
Series C gu 334s..—.——19*8 MN
8,000
Series D gu 334*—————1950 F A
1.000
General 434* aeries A..
1977
Gen A ref. mtge434* series B—1981
47,000 Clev Short Line 1st gu 434*
1961
105,000 Clev Union Term 1st gu 534* A..1972
1st s f g 6s series B guar—
246,000
1973
1st s f 434* aeries C...—......1977
246,000
WW ValDiv 1stg4s

Coal Rlv Ry lat gu 4a

25",606

1945

Colo Fuel A Iron Co gen a f 6a—19*3
♦5s income mtge
.——1970

51,000
252,000 Colorado A Southern 434s ser A.1980 M N
1952 M N
295,000 Columbia Gaa A Elec deb 5a
Debenture 5a
50,000
...Apr 15
1952 A O
Debenture 5s
Jan 19 1961
280,000
12,000 Columbia A Hock Val 1st ext g 4a '48 A O
Columbus A Toledo 1st ext 4s...1955 F

96,000 Columbus Ry Pow A Lt 4s
....1965
140,000 Commercial Credit deb 334*——1951
683,000
234s debentures
——1942
137,000 Commercial Invest Tr deb 334*—1951

;

4,000

A

MN
A

J

J

O

Stamped guar 434*
...——1951
48.000 Conn River Power a 1334* A—..1961
158,000 Consol Edison (N Y) deb 334*—-1946
129,000
334* debentures.....
..1956
Consol Hydro-Elec Works of Upper
1,000
♦Wuerttemberg 1st 7s._—.....1956
296.000 Consol Gas Co deb 434*—..1951
445.000 Consolidated Oil conv deb 3 34*- -1951
30,000 {♦Consolidated Ry deb 4s
1954
♦Debenture 4s...........JAJ 1955
12,000

03

1134 Sale

I

a

Oct.

Nov.
Oct.

Sale

82

Nov. 19

89

Nov. 12

82

115%
68%
10234
8934

6834"No"v."30

Nov.

Aug.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

9434 Oct.

104!

110X4 10934 11034 109!

1st mtge

5 10434 Nov.
Nov. 26 11034 Nov.

Deb

gold 5s

Copenhagen Telep extl
Crane Co a f deb

334*

Crown Cork A Seal

Crown Willamette

a

s

10934 "HI 10934 Nov.
Nov.
104. 108. 107
.108
10634 Nov.

6 109% Nov.
3 107

Nov. 15
10334 10234 Nov. 24 104
10634 103
Sale
10034 Sale 100 : Nov. 24 106% Nov. 5
Sale
97
Nov.
1
9534 Nov. 22 102

98

Sale

105

Sale

90
105

Sale

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104%
10734

Mar. 19

Jan.

104

Sept.14

10434 Jan.

Nov.

103

Feb

Oct.

108
Feb.
111 % Jan.

1

102% Nov.
100

Nov.

95% Nov.
90

Nov.

July
99% Nov.

63

Nov.

59

49

Nov.

95

Sale

94

Nov.
Nov.

38% Nov.
90
Oct.
92% Nov.

Sale

89

Nov. 26

93

Nov. 13

Sale

95
Sale

0434 Sale

98

May

Nov. 26

65
Sale

Sale

0434 10434

Nov. 24

59

11134 11134 Nov. 26 113% Nov.

8

-vo,; a

105%
Sale

9734

Nov.

89

Nov.

109

Mar.

18
13
4
2
112% Jan. 11
Mar. 4
108
Feb. 16
96
77% Jan. 11
10534 Jan. 30
Jan.

105

Feb.

0434 Sale
10434
0934
0734 10834

111% Feb.

115

Nov. 10

102

Nov. 18
94% Nov. 24 98
9834 Nov. 26 100% Nov. 1
Nov. 22
101% Nov. 3 103

94

10834 Jan.
100% Jan.

104

104

Sale
9934
10234 10234 Sale

101

107

Nov. 16 104

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07 j

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1934

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18
18
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18

55 H

104

2034
107

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31
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9534 Sale

"21"
5734

15

18
19

18

27

27

Nov. 16

101

Nov.

9 10734 No"v.""5
9 105% Nov. 1
1 10534 Nov. 15
9 10434 Nov. 26

20% Nov. 26
107

20% Nov; 26

Nov. 23 10734
97
19
19

94% Nov. 24
17% Nov. 18
18% Nov. 17

Nov.

1

Nov.
1
Nov. 4
Nov. 10

——

15

15

19

5034

5334

9834 Nov.
9934 Mar.
104

105% Apr.

109 j*

10734 Sale
10834 Sale

26
July 21
108% June
5
10734 Jan.
2
41% Feb. 24
41% Mar. 8
40
Feb. 17
40% Mar. 15
71% Mar. 20

15
15

Oct;
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

19

Nov."_3
Nov.

49

10434

Sale"

102
100

10234
102

10234 Sale
106
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10534 106

Nov.
10734 107
Sale
10334'Nov.
Sale

Sale

10034 10134
10334 Sale
91
100

Sale

10134

9934 100
10434 Sale
10334 Sale

103

Nov.

10034 99 34'Nov.
,103
102% Nov.
90
86% Nov.
Nov.
10134 100
Sale
97% Nov.
Sale
104% Nov.
Sale

103

Nov.

108
104%
103%
10134
10334
92

Nov. 16
Nov. 30
Nov. 10

Nov;
Nov.

5
1

Nov. 15

Jan.
'•
112% Feb.
10734 Jan.

106

1834 »Mar.
10534 Oct.
9234 Oct.

55

103

Sept.

10634 Jan.
10734 Jan.

Apr. 13 110
Mar. 23 107
9 108
103
105
Oct.
103x4

Apr.
Apr.
Oct.

100% Nov. 15

Feb.

100

103
Apr.
Oct.
107
Oct. 2 0 106

Nov.

3

105% Nov. 30
104

Nov.

3

Oct.

105% Jan.

13
2
18
11
7
30
11
11
11
2
5

10834 JftDs

Nov. 29

10634 107
10334 Sale

101

Jan.

100% Apr.
102% Mar.
9934 Oct.

"17% No"v."l7

3

Oct.

10434 Mar.

27
15

49

Mar.

Apr.

1

105% Jan. 25
114% Jan. 28

i65""'N"ov."i

106

1

111% Jan.
105% Jan.

Sale

9534

19

25

116% Jan.

113

Sale

106

18

2
110% June 23

Sale

Sale

13

Apr. 20
9834 Jan. 15
8
106% Jan.
118

Oct.

38% Nov. 24
9134 Nov. 24
92% Nov. 26

66
Sale

7534
Sale

90

"99 34 "Nov." "9 10134 Nov.

06!

J

10934 Nov.
110% Jan.

104

109

161"

10134 10234

4
5

105

10134 Sale

A

f 4a........1950 M N

Mar.

106% Nov. 17

10934 Aug. 4 113
Jan. 27
107
June
2 109
June
8
May 11 111% Jan. 13
106
June 30 10734 Oct. 18

Nov.

9 106% Nov.

.

106

A

Pap 1st a f g 6s 1951 J

40%

10434 Jan.

Oct.

10534 Mar.
110% June

109

107% Nov.
10634 10734 10734^
105
10534 10434 Nov.
10534 Sale
104% 104% Nov.
10434 Sale 104

M N
M N
M N
MN
J D
1943 J D
f g 58—1954 F A
.......1951 F A

Jan.

104%

Nov.

mm

F

334*——.1965
334«
—..1965
334*
197C
1st mtge 334*
1966
Container Corp of Am lstsf g 6S.1946
1st lien A unif mtge

94

104

109

f 5s—...—1960 J

1st lien A unif mtge

9
11
11

9
7

Mar.

Consumers Power Co—

14,000
67,000
131,000
32,000
50,000
46,000
23,000
102.000
62,000
52,000

Jan.

101

75% Nov.
10234 10234 Nov. 23 10234 Nov.
8434
8934 Nov. 12 9134 Nov.
9134

105

10634

5

Jan.
Jan.

Nov.

104% Mar.

111

♦Debenture 4s——...... 1956 J

33,000 ♦Consolidation Coal

104!
109!

:::::

13!
08!

Apr.

8
7
13

6

10134

::::

0534 Sale
1234
06
10634

'IB*

101

13

1534
12% 113

Jan.

105% July

10534

♦Debenture 4a..—......AAO1955 A

"4",000

93

10134

D

Conn A Passum Rlv* 1st g 4a
19*3 A
Conn Ry A Lt lat g 434*.——1951 J

"2,000

0534

6834

10334 102
9134

1023
1033

O

J

"85" "9334

Jan.

111%
108%
108%
10534

Nov.

10734 Nov. 26 109
10434 Nov. 26 105

-r-

"7534 Sale

113

Mar.

104% Apr. 30 108% Feb.

10834 Sale
10434 Sale
101
84
Sale

19

9734 Sale
0534 10634

St Louis Div lat coll trust g 4a.1990 MN
Spring A Col Div 1st g 4s
1940 M S

12,000
3,000

110

10734 Sept.

103

35
May
108% Nov. 15
97% Apr.
106% Nov. 17 10434 Oct.

Cincinnati Union Terminal—

129,000
52,000

104
Apr.
104% Apr.

5

68

Nov.

34%
102"" Sale 10134 Nov.
10134 Sale
Nov.
10534 10534 10634 Sale 106

0834 10834

Nov.
Nov.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Aug.
Jan.

18

[4
2
29

2
7

10234 Aug. 19
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

*9
21
5

N. Y. STOCK

24

8-u
Sales in
November
Value

Jan. 2

1937

STOCK ■XCHANOE

%
Cuba Northern Rye tat

5H*---—1942

Cuba RR let 5»,yr g

J

D

J

J

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62

d

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a o

Dayton Pr At Lt 1st Ac ref 336"—.1960
m n
1943
188,000 Del Ac Hud 1st Ac ref 4s.
1971 J J
27,000 Delaware Pr Ac Lt 1st M 436a

1st At ref 434*
M®®
11,000
1st mtge fold 43*«
......1969
2,000
1951
4,000 Denver Gas Ac El 1st Ac ref 5s
Stamped as to Pa tax—
4,000
1936
453,000 1 ♦♦Den Ac Rio Gr 1st cons ft 4s
♦♦Consol gold 4H«-.
*936
41,000
44,000 {♦Den* AC R Gr West fen As Augl955
♦Assented (subject to plan)..—
397,000
♦Ref AC Imp mtge 5s ser B
..1978
193,000

{♦Dea Moines AC Ft D 1st fu f 4s..1935
Certificates of deposit
{♦Dea Plain*- Val 1st guar 4Hs ..1947
Detroit Edlron

109,000
95,000
79,000
72,000

J

10536
102

J

J

J

lorn

m n
m n

J

j

m

a

40

3136 Sale

46

1961

series D

.....1952
Gen Ac ret mtge 4s series P.....1965
Gen Ac ret mtge 336• series G..1966
♦Detroit Ac Mack 1st lien g 4s
1995
•1st 4s assented............1995

f

a

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a

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836
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50

70

70

40

60

40

49

38

55

38

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J

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11636

11236
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10636
11636 Sale
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ser

.....

d

104

o

1,000

32",55o
132,555
5,000

1965
B.1944

J

m

3,000

m s

436
436

11536
Sale

163""
Sale

23,000
12,000

Sale

104 )

Sale

5

10536
10136
10436
10336
10336

1942

5236
3136

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Ill

1941

Sale

97

40

17,000

Stamped.

IS

5 107
4 52

5536
2036

57

35

1936

22

25

98

Sale

35

9956 Sale
Sale

10236 Sale
8836
10436
10636 10836

Nov.
3
2436 Nov. 12

95

89
89
10036
89

Sale
Sale
Sale
88

.....

3

22

2336 Sale

96
94
101

10436

71

71

Sale

7236

...

87

5

Oct.

2036 Mar.

Oct.

20

Nov. 13

Nov.
Nov.

3
3
5
4

Nov. 5
Nov.
1
Nov. 26

Nov.

4136 Nov. 17
44
Nov. 24

2336 Nov. 30
2536 Nov. 19

7736 Nov. 18
74
Nov.
1

Nov.

7736

95
Sale
91

95
Sale
_

80

95

11636
60
42

75

Nov. 23

86

Nov. 24
Nov.
1

9836 Nov.

29
Sale

irA

Nov.

107

Nov.

8

Nov. 30

2336 Nov.

7

Nov. 22

20

8
Nov. 16
Nov. 8
Nov.

115

55

62

61

4436

68

43

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90
Nov. 8
10136 Nov. 22
10336 Nov. 1

10236 103

10736 Sale

10636

80

Nov. 13

8336 Nov. 29

85

103

9836 Sale
0336 Sale

Sale

11
84

9136

9136

88 K

19

8

Nov. 23

736 Nov.

"o.

'

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hi'.

.

Jan.

7
20

Jan.

11

2

13

Jan.

13

Jan.

95
69
61
108

June

19

Jan.

Oct.

4

27
Aug. 14
Apr.
5
May 14

Aug. 14
Oct. 16

8

Jan.
Feb.

Nov.:

10036 Oct.
97

Nov.

Jan.

89

Nov.:
Nov. [

Jan.

8
11

18
8

4
May 20

Jan.

Feb.

4

Oct.

July
July

14
14

736 Oct.

Jan.

50

83

Sale

8

Jan.

3036 Mar.

7736 Nov.

7736 Nov. 24

65

7

Jan.

Nov. 20

103)
106)

Nov.

Sale

8

Jan.

8
15

89

60

Jan.

Jan.

Nov.

Sale

84

52

Nov. 24

Jan.

Oct.

Nov.

:

50

29

7

9836 Oct.

85

124"" 12536

44

Nov. 12

87

92

10736 110

4136 Nov. 17

Nov. 22

Nov.

100

10436 Sale

19

11
7

Nov. 26

89

Nov.

Sale

94

44

Mar. 30

Nov. 19

86
80

8
12

Nov. 24

Nov. 23

Sale

8836

July
Jan.

89
89
100

Nov. 23

9836 Sale

111

20
Oct.
2136 Oct.

87

836 Sale

2

Mar.

Jan. 20

9836 Apr.
2 105
98 H Apr.
9 105)
92
Nov. 5
4136 Nov. 24
19
Nov. 23

Sale

0436
8536

13

Mar. 17

10636 Jan.

Apr. 24
Apr. 23
2936 Mar. 16

Sale

Nov. 26

0636 Sale

Sale

Nov. 23

Sale

10436 Nov. 23

Sale

12

Oct

97

9336 Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 24

10836 Sale

10836
10436 Sale

Mar.

19 10236 Jan.

99

30
30

97
89

92

'6236 "75"

2

Apr.

8
7
5
5

Jan.

936 Jan.

636
236 Nov. 3
5
236 Oct. 22
10636 Aug. 3 10736
11034
107
Oct.
7
5036 Oct. 28 8736

1
Nov. 17
Nov. 12
Nov. 16

0136 Sale

Feb

Nov,

Nov.

9936 Nov. 1
9936 Nov. 1
103 J6 Nov.
8
89
Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

72 ,' ,Nov.

Sale

1940 MN
A O
1950

Nov.

88"" "95"

Sale

Feb. 27

963< Mar. 27
8136 Apr.

10636 Nov. 20 10636 Nov. 17

108

Feb

101

4

1977

11936

105

Nov.

10136 Nov. 29 10436 Nov. 4
10036 Nov. 26 10236 Nov. 3
Nov. 16
92
Nov.
5 98
Nov. 4
4136 Nov. 24 56
8
19
Nov. 23 2136 Nov.

20

19

3

3836 Nov.

Sale

92
48

13
30
23
23

3
4

236 Nov.
236 Nov.

3
3

3836 Nov.

1974

1952
18,000 Hackensack Water 1st 4s...
........1949
9,000 ♦Harpen Mining 6s
1999
17,000 Hock Val 1st con g 436s
...1944
4,000 Hoe (R) At Co 1st mtge
1937
20,000 {♦Housatonic RR con g 5s




Nov.

11

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.

90
Sept. 25 10036 Jan. 12
1213* Jan. 2912236 Jan. 27

Sale

99 3a Sale
105
10536

see

5
4

55
60

Jan.

10336
10236
10336
10436

Nov.
Nov.
Jan.

Nov.

1336 Sale
0636 Sale

65,000 Gulf States St'l 1st mtge 4 36s...11961
58,000 Gull; States Utilities 4s series C..1966
10-year debenture 43$s
....1946
28,000

For footnotes

Nov. 26

Nov.

Sale
Sale
115
10936

........1952

95

9

11636
11636
11436
10936

1952

9

Nov.
Nov.

11436 108

1950

1

9

105 *

Nov.

1

Nov.

16
22
22
15
16
16
8

~

Sale

Sale
10236 10236 101

104

74

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4s
Gulf Mob Ac Nor 1st 536s set B
1st mtge gold 5s series G
Gulf Ac Ship Island ref 5s
Feb

3

Nov.

88

Nov. 23 102
4036 Nov. 13 44

48

102

..k,..

Jan.

Nov.

9836 Nov.

97

45
45

40

37g:::::

7336

1946

8
3

6 102

10036 Nov.

Sale

40
40

37

95

Gen mtge 4s series H..
....1946
Gen mtge 336 s series I
1967
♦Green Bay At West deb ctfe A....
♦Income debenture ctfe B.......

Nov.
Nov.

8331

102

93

Gen 436s Series D__.„
Gen 436s series E
Gen mtge 4s series G

98!

119

99

Jan.

Nov.
Jan.
Oct.

Nov. 19

52

8636

8136

1st Ac refund 436s Ser A
1961
Gen mtge 536s Ser B
1952
Gen mtge 5s Ser C...........1973

101]

Nov. 29

Nov.

10136 10036 101

87

"5", 555

Nov. 24

Nov.

100

Gt Cons El Pow (Japan) 7s

289",555

11436 Jan.
2
10036 Nov. 13
8036 Mar. 2

Nov. 15

1236

11636

1st Ac gen s f g 6 36s
Great Northern Ry—

202,000

Aug.

zl07

33,000

712,000

Jan.

11836 June

»

iifE

636 Nov. 24
636 Nov. 23

72

55

23",555

2^30,000

119

Oct.

60

107

99

45,000
202,000
159,000
209,000
311,000

Nov.

336
3 ;

236
236
10436

Grays Point Teem 1st gu g 5s ...1947

1944
1950

4

z55

Sale

1756

98
Sale

♦Good Hope Steel AC Iron sec 7s.1945

Gouv Ac Oswegatchle 1st 5s
Grand R Ac I ex 1st gu g 436s

Jan.

Nov.

51
50

Nov. 29

9436 Nov.

60

836

102 y

482,000 Goodrich (B F) Co conv <Jeb 6s..1945
1st mtge 436s
1956
521,000
898,000 Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber 1st 5a._1957
22,000 Gotham SUk Hosiery deb 5s w w.1946

"7", 555

105

105 J

July 1 1934

Jan.

89

86

Sale

Sale

1948 MN

Extended at 6% to

89

Oct.

97

Sale

Sale

1945
1949

...

1
1

Nov.

Nov.

9836 Nov.

45

98

1938
1949

10-year debenture 3s
1946
215,000
15-year debenture 336s
...1951
177.000
136,000 General Public Service deb 53*8.1939
1949
124,000 Gen Steel Castings 1st 536s w w
Oct. 1945
34,000 {♦Ga AC Ala 1st cons 5s
•{♦Georgia Carolina Ac Northern—

Nov.

9936 Sale

27

936

MN

♦8 f deb g 6s

3

60

9236

Sale

General Motors Acceptance Corp—

Nov.

9536 Nov. 15!

96

9536

95

Sale

44,000 Gen Amer Investors deb As set A.1952
1947
76,000 General Cable 1st s f g 5 3* a A

10,000

Nov.

99

96

6436

J

1941
73*s.. 1942
12,555
10,000 Francisco Sugar coll trust 6s.... 1956

3,000
28,000

Nov.

8
9

105

89
9436 Sale
45
60

D

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 23

Spet.

63
Sale

25

82

Nov.
Nov.

16
14
5

Jan.

Sept.

Sale
Sale

88

Feb.
Jan.

Nov.
Oct.

166" N0V.-5 16636"Nov." 13

9936

9836
102

[0636 July 13
L06

1
1
1

4036 Nov. 24
4036 Nov. 23

10836

10136
10236
10336
10236

Nov.

Nov.

10836 11236 Nov. 15

99)
95)

28

Mar. 29
L1336 Jan. 14
10636 Sept. 20
[12
Feb.
1

8

Nov.

95

8

6036
Sale
Sale
Sale

1982

♦General Elec (Germany) 7o
♦Debenture 636s

111

Apr.
Apr.
Sept.

Nov. 26

52

Sale

Fort St U D Co 1st g 43*8
Framerlc Ind AC Dev 30-yi

Galv Hous Ac Bend 53*8 A
Gas AC Elec (Bergen Co) 5s

13936 Jan.

Oct.

3
Nov. 27

8 11036 Nov.

80

4736 Nov.
4736 Nov.

8536

Proof of claim filed by owner.... MN
♦Certificates of deposit.....

4,000

Ju»y

Jan.

Mar.

9136

J

Proof of claim filed by owner

11636 Jan. 19
L0736 Jan.
5

Mar.

Nov.

95

Sale

Sale

D

I

6

Nov. 19 103

103

95

8

J

Sept.

Nov.

8436

9836 10036

20

Lll

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Sale

10436

21
5
21
25

21
Oct. 19
21
1836 Jan. 1"
10936 Nov. 24
10036 Oct.
1 .0236 July 1
21 ,
Nov. 30
7236 Jan.
5
102
Mar. 23 110
Jan.
2

9936

101
68
10036 Sale

8

.1136 July
10936 Jan.
60
May
65
May
48
Aug.
55
May

10536 Nov.

11136

Sale

Sale

4

L1056 Jan.

Sept. 24
Feb
4

4
3
Nov. 26 13136 Nov. 26
Nov. 26 10336 Nov. 15
Nov.

Nov. 12 104

10636

Sale

8

J

Nov.

Sale

8

J

Nov.

21

10636 Nov.

100

Sale

8

stamped......1942
"e", 555
1st lien s f 6s stamped....
1942
114,000
39-year deb 6s aeries B_.......1954
18,000
1946
22,000 Flat deb s f 7s...
1943
2,000 {♦Fla Cent AC Peninsular 5s
1959
6,000 {♦Fla East Coast 1st 436s
♦1st AC ref 5s ser A
.....1974
625,000
♦Certificates of deposit
77,000
♦{♦Fonda Johns Ac Glov ref 43*8.1952

11136 Nov. 9
10136 Nov. 27
30
Nov.
3
107
Nov. 10

10236
10236

J
f 6s.....1957 J
N Y Ac Erie RR ext 1st 4s
1947 mn
3d mtge 434s...............1938 m s
f a
Ernesto Breda Co 1st mtge 7s
1954
Fairbanks Morse deb 4s.........1956 J P
Federal Lt Ac Tr 1st s f 5s
1942 m
5s International series......1942 m
m
First lien s f 5s

101

101

J

s

♦♦(Amended) 1st cons2-4s

60
53

1

[1636 Jan.

Mar. 23
Mar. 21

101

Mar.

5736 Apr. 20

July

105

10436

J
75,000 Erie RR 1st con AC prior Hen 4s..1996
J
1st consol gen Hen 4s
1996
204,000
O
Conv g 4s Ser A .............1953
58.000
o
Series B
1953
50,000
o
Gen conv 4s Series D
.1953
mn
1.032,555 Ref Ac impt gold 5s ser 1927 ...1967 a o
Ref AC Imp 5s ser 1939
......1975
676,000
J
Erie AC Jersey 1st s f 4s.......1955 J
24,000
Genesee Rlv RR 1st

Nov. 27

10936 Nov.

Sale

100

O

12

9

11136 Apr. 12
10636 July 21
105J6 Apr.
2

107

a

Series C 3 Hs

28

Oct.

45

110
Sale

21

3236 Jan. 18

37

10636 Sale

Sale
8936
10636 10336
13136
Sale" 9936
11136 109
10236 10136

1944

33*t

15136

101

~75~"

6736
110

J

1941
1951
1965

5s stamped
Brie AC Plttsb gen gu g

1

Nov. 29

18

Feb.

2236 Feb. 19

19

236 Oct.

55

35

114"" 115""

436 a series A

Nov,

23

19

42

£ Nov. 23

June 18

736 Oct.

336 Nov. 15

336 Nov. 19

3

June

Oct.

4

65

m n

Elgin Joi Ac East 1st g 5s

Nov.

12

936 Nov.

Nov. 16

8
Mar. 8
§636 Jan. 16

Oct. 19
Nov. 23

41
15

1
1

70
65

35

65
45

65

d

....1948

El Paso AC S W 1st Ac ref 5s

3

Nov.

19

Oct.

11

5

Jan.

Jan. 16
Aug. 26
Nov. 30

.

Nov. 15

Sale

d

Eastern Tenn Va AC Ga 1st g 5s ..1956 MN
Ed El 111 Bkn 1st con g 4s
1939 J J
Ed El IU N Y 1st cons g 5s.:
1995 J J
Electric Auto Lite conv deb 4s... 1952 f a
El Paso Nat Gas

irA Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

d

J

43,000

Nov. 26
Nov. 18
Nov. 16

Sale

j

19,000 {♦♦Dul So Shore AC Atlantic g 5s.1937
j
1965
108,000 Duquesne Light 1st M 33*8
Eastern Ry M No Dlv 1st g 4s.

Nov. 16

108
107

11236 11336 11236 Nov.
10736 Nov.
10936
Sale
10836 Nov.
109
105
10436 Nov.
10436 104

11636 117
10936
11036 11136
10836 Sale

19

10134 Mar. 18 108
6036 Nov. 6 9536
104
Oct. 19 107
10136 Jan.
5 10536
10436 Mar 30 107
10636 Oct. 27 10836
10636 Sept. 28 10836

45

j

♦Second gold 4s
....
..1995
j d
♦2nd 4s assented...........1995
m n
15,000 Detroit Term Ac Tunnel 1st gu 4^8*61
..1951 j d
52,000 Dow Chemical deb 3s

26,000
14,000
1,000
291,000
46,000

4

Nov. 30

107

Nov.

5

4

336

5

Nov.

107

Nov.

1436 Sale
636 Sale
536 Sale
1036 Sale

Sale

Nov.

70

Nov.

107

J

r

10736 Nov. 16

Nov.

—

Gen Ac ret 4H«

Gen AC rei 5* series B

Oct.

35

'.

108

106
106

lift

Jan. 12
6436 Jan. 23
6236 Aug. 10
55
July 13

19

35

Nov. 19

65

19
20

30

3

44

Oct.
Oct.

4236 Oct.

1

4836 Nov.
46

i

636
6636

636

Nov.

Nov. 24

Nov. 19

47

4236

Nov.
106
107
10536 106
Nov.
Sale
6836
7136 62
Nov.
10636
10636 107
Nov.
103
10536 Sale.
10536 Nov.
10536

igg-

1836 Sale

J

50

Sale Prices

42

3636 Nov. 26

44
4936

Sale

a

ao

44

1536 Sale

J

f

6136
5336

Sale

J

J

4436
4636

Highest

Sale Prices

46

Sale

37

Sale

44

40

6136 Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1
Ask

d

j

73$ a aeries A extended to..—1946
j
6s series B extended to.......1946

,59,000

13,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS

Bid

138,000
55,000
1,000

EXCHANGE—BONDS

106
83
75

Oct.

28
1
18
Feb.
9

Mar.

Mar.
Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

93 36
90
Jan. 13
8336 Nov. 29 9936
9736 Oct. 20 10536
10236 Apr. 30 10536

Aug. 24
Jan. 12
Jan. 11
Apr.
4

1053* Apr. 10 108

Feb.
Aug.

22

Oct.

28

28

9
6

1143* Mar. 23 12636 Jan.
8
9736 Feb. 15
61
Nov. 16
Nov. 20
43
Nov. 8
8636 Jan. 27
Nov. 12
Nov. 30

Sales in
November
Value

$
91,000
194,000
13,000
248,000
300,000
132,000

30,000

Jan. 2

1937

Ask Bid

Ask

Houston Oil sink fund

1940 MN

A

Sale
Sale

103 %
Sale

s X 5s series A--1442 J D
Hudson County Gas 1st 5s......1449 MN
Hudson 4t Manhat 1st Ac ref 5s A. 1957 P A

Hudson Coal 1st

118>| 121

124
Sale

Adjust Income 5s
Feb 1957
Illinois Bell Telep 3 Ms ser B
1970

O

110

.......1951

52
Sale
17
Sale
107 X Sale

Sale

O
J

♦

..

109M

J
1st 8old 5Hs... .............1951
Extended 1st 8 3 Ms—......-.1451 AO
1st 8old 3s sterllnd.....—1951 M B
A O
Collateral trust

"93""

1

Sale

142", 000

Coll tr 8 4s—
——
-.1453 MN
Refunding 5s..............1955 MN
40-year
194* P A

Sale

1952

J

——
93
60
55M Sale
71%
55%
72
....

Sale
_

104 %

—

.

Cairo Bridge gold is—........ 14*4

....

Litchfield Dlv 1st 8 St.....

"7".66O

—

1951

101
87
89

Louis* Dlt & Tor 8 3 Ms
1953
Omaha Dlt 1st 8 3s..........1951
8t Lou Die A Term 8 3s
Gold 3 Ms.

1,000

......1951
1951
Springf Dlv 1st 8 3HS........1951
Western Lines 1st 8 4s........1951

-

80M

102

.....

90

—.

97M—.

100

Sale
Sale

31)
118
52
18

....

100 %

Sale
104M

Lowest

Lowest

97

101
99
99
93

63""
47

"44%

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
98 M Nov. 24 100
Nov. 30
29
Nov. 23
34
Nov.
6

Sale Prices

20 103 % Jan.
19 57 M Jan.

96 H Oct.
Oct.

28

50

110

"96 "Nov ."22 "98"""Nov."i2
Nov. 17

98

Nov. 12

Sale
Sale
62 M

"53"""Nov."30

57

Nov ."~5

Sale

"41 %"Nov ."26 "55 M "Nov." ",3

59

96

44M Nov. 23

55M Nov.

1

Nov.

9

4

87

Nov. 24

57

65

1

82

88

85 %

79M

85%

"84""NOV.""9 "86"" Nov.""6

IVA
75

92%

80

I "83 %

96

92 M Mar.
53
Nov,
44

11

Jan.

13

30 124
19

85 %

84M Nov. 17

84 M Nov. 17

7

Jan. 23

19 36M Jan. 21
Jan.
4
23 110
June 18
24 111
22 107M Jan.
6
17 "07M Jan.
4
Mar, 10
12 93
Jan. 15
30 95

M Nov. 23

96

Jan.

13

90M Jan, 21
90 ■'s iJan. .13•
NoV. 24 104 M Jan.
8

Oct.

,

23

41 % Nov> 26

57
80
36 M NoV. 24
103
Nov. 4 109
93
May 25 98
84

Nov.

2
Jan. 12
Feb.
9
Jan.

9 102 % Jan.
89 % Jan.

82 M Aug.
3
88
June 16

"

—

Feb.
Nov.
Nov.

96

71

40M Sale
36M Nov. 24 46 M Nov.
103 M 103
Nov.
4 103
Nov.

87~%

100 M 101

Highest

Sale Prices

Highest

119M 118% Nov, 10 119M Nov. 17 116M Mar,
48
Oct.
Sale
50
Nov.
8 56 % Nov. 16
14
Oct.
Sale
16
Nov.
3
18 % Nov. 12
Sale
107
Nov.
1 108
Nov.
5 101 % Mar.

—

46 %

Sale

Ask

93
93

107M

8old is....... 1932
Refundin8 4s—.......... .....1955 MN
Purchased lines 1st 3Hs

Nov. 30

Nov, 1

19", 000
186,000
11,000
476,000
2,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS
N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

Illinois Central 1st 8 4s.

"5,660

25

EXCHANGE—BONDS

N. Y. STOCK

DEC., 1937]

28

19

92 % Jan. 25
98 % Jan. 20
90
Oct. 23
100M Feb. 25
100M Mar. 10
84 M Nov. 17 101M Jan. 20

IU Cent A Chic St LAN O—

52 M Sale
48
56
107 H Sale

89 M Sale
84 M Sale
107M 108

Joint 1st A ref 5s ser A
1963
401,000
4Hs series G ......—......1943
184,000
69,000 Illinois Steel dehen 4H|s........1949
Ind Bloomlngton A W 1st 4s....194#

"i",66o

Ind 111 A la 1st 8old 4s

....195#
20,000 f+Indianapol A Loulsv 1st gu 4s 1954
Indianapolis Union Ry—
Ref A impt mtge 3M* ser B—1986 MS
1,000
....1961 FA
109,000 Inland Steel i%s series D
J
1944 1
451,000 Unterboro R T 1st A ref 5s
♦Certificates of deposit.——
57,000
275.000
♦♦18-year 4% notes
......1932 AO
•♦10-year 7% notes...........1932 M S
152,000
♦Certificates of deposit.......
80,000
414,000 Interlake Iron conv deb 4s...... 1947 AO
Int Agri Corp 1st A coll tr 5s—
23,000
Stamped extended to .......1942 MN

187,000
192,000
40,000
41,000
458,000
72,000
208,000
223,000
11,000
88,000
439,000
680,000
412,000

(♦Internet Gt Nor 1st 6s A—1952

J

J

♦AdJ mtge 4s series A.July 1 1952 A O
J
♦1st mtge gold 5s series B—.1956 J
J
■♦1st gold 5s series G.
...—1956 J
Internet Hydro El deb 4s—. JL..1944 A O

107" Sale"
.....

105

108
Sale
95
Sale
93 M
95
49
Sale

94 M
89 %

s f 4s..
.1941 A
Intern Paper conv 5s series A—.1947 J

II*
34
80

69

.

■88*
70
82 H
75

1955 FA

Sale

Nov. 23

14

.....

Sale

71

Sale

68

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

98 M Nov.

8

Sale

21M Sale

20 % Sale

17%
4%
16M
16 %

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

22
22
22
23

62

Nov.

8

6

Sale
28
27
Sale
Sale

Sale

72M

Sale

98 M
94 M
100

Sale
Sale
97 M

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

5M Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
49 % Sale
90 Ml Sale
82 Ml? Sale
80M 86
96
97 M
55 M Sale
86 % Sale
60 M Sale
19 M

19 %
64 %

47% Nov. 30
90 M Nov. 26
80M Nov. 26
80M Nov. 16
4

Nov.

94

14

Nov.

Nov. 23

3

98 M Nov.

51

% Nov. 23
78 % Nov. 22
54 M Nov. 22

99M Nov.

22M Nov. 12
6

Nov.

1

21

Nov.

9

20
Nov. 15
69
Nov. 12
57 % Nov.
3

95M Nov. 18
89 M Nov.
1
Nov.

82

1

97M Nov. 23
60
Nov.
89 M Nov.

1

63 % Nov.

1

I

Apr.
49
Oct.
13% Oct.
54 M Oct.

......1951 MS

♦1st A ref 4s.......

V

3

2M

3

„87M ..I..

'80

5M

3M

9

2% Nov.

3% Nov. 12

Jan,

12
2
14
18
21
7

Oct..

,

Jan.

8 102

23

42M

Mar. 10

17.,

Mar. 10

17

net.

4 %.
16 M
16 %
46
47 %

Or-i. 19
Nov. 22
Nov. 23

40% Mar. 11

Oct.

90

19

19

40%

Mar. 10

Jan,

Nov, 30 89 M Apr.
90M Nov. 26 102M Jan.
76 M Oct. / 20 101 % Jan.
Feb.
05
80 M Nov. 16
Jan.
94
Apr. 28 102
Jan,
38M Oct. 19 75
Aug,
74
Oct. 19
Feb.
40
Oct. 19

m

(Iowa Central Ry—
70,000

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

91M Jan.
91
Jan* 11
104 % Aug. 14

Oct.

67

Feb. 16

Jan. 30
Jan.
2
Feb. 19

108
97
95 M
56

50

53

43

Jan. 20
Jan. 21

105M Jan.

98 % Mar.
101
Mar.

IIS

Nov.
Nov.

99 % 100

13

25
100

99 M 100;

Sale

96M Nov.

40% Nov. 24 91M
1
87 %
37 M Nov. 24
4 106M Apr. 19 108
104M Jan. 30 104M
96 M Nov.
5 107
3

Nov. 26
8
104 % Nov.
58% Nov. 17
Nov. 30
Nov. 17
62H Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Nov. 12
81

Nov.

102

Sale

98
90

21

166'" "96M"Nov.""5

101M 100
101M 100
102 % Sale
104 M Sale
102M
52
57% Sale
55% Sale
56 % Sale
54
Sale
50
Sale
20
Sale
22
18 %
Sale
61
58
56M
60
Sale
58 M Sale
57

34M Sale

O

Refunding 4s series A........1955 M 8
Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s B...1972 MN
First lien A ref 4 He
1947 F A
Internet TAT deb g 4 Ha
.1952 J J
J
Convertible debenture 4M#~--1939 J
Deb gold 5s........

96 M
92

Sale

-

100

80
101

.

Int Merc Marine 1st

:::::m%
20

41

105M

.47
Sale
40% Nov. 24 52 H Nov.
37 M Nov. 24 49
Nov.
41M Sale
106 M106 % 106 M Nov. 29 107 % Nov.

2M Oct.

19

9M Mar.

28

5
20
12
5

25
21

10

11

1

'

24,000 lames Franklin A Clearf 1st 4s. .1*39 j n
89,000 Jones A Laughlln St'l 1st M 4^8.1961 MS
1,000
137,000
19,000
228,000
250,000
64,000
50,000

100
105 M

92*
Sale

J
Kan City Term 1st 4s..
1940 2
Kansas Gas A El ist mtge 4 Ms.. 1989 j r>
♦Karstadt (R) lnc 1st Mtge 4s... 1943 MN

109 %

Stamped...........—........1941
1*41

59
Sale

47,000
326,000
107,000
17,000
2,000

♦5s Uniform ctfs of

103 M
44
30

"98M

—

109

100

102

100

150

160

150

161M 164 M
108H 108M
115M 116M
U9M w—

98 M 100

84M

Sale

99

87

84 M

8

Lj ref ext 5s......—1939

...1942

Collateral trust 6s series B—1942

28
25

Nov
Nov

;

99 % Nov
105
Nov
98 M Nov
z98
Nov

44M Sale

33 M Sale

26

93
66
65
52

55

94 M
Sale
Sale
56 M
59

150
Nov
83 M Nov

90 M

Sale

90 %
Sale

Nov
Nov

98

25

Nov.

69

Oct.

05

Jan.

100

Jan.

19

109 %
105
44
25

Jan.

5

Nov. 12
Nov.
3

w*
76

26

108

Oct.

$H

29

40

n
4

17

27

17 M
25
30
91

Nov.

3

Nov.
5
Nov. 17

Nov.

8

Nov. 30

Mar.

11M June
May
Apr.
85M Nov.

31
35

21
25

100

Jan.

29

161

00% Nov.

114

105
98 M
98
98

24

Nov. 29

Nov.
Nov.

5
4

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.

34 % Nov.

1

23% Nov. 10

Nov. 30
Nov.
3

93 M Nov.

4

89

67

66

Sale

50

56

63
52

Nov.
3
Nov. 10

50

56

54

Nov; 12

53 M Nov.
55
Nov.

89%

85M Nov. 22

91M Nov.

4

-

67M Nov. 30

Oct.

53% Oct.

Feb.

50 % May 13

Jan.
19 101
70% Jan.
19

12

54
43

Oct.
Oct.

20

70 M Jan.
68 % Jan.

4

49

July

27

70

Nov. 15

1

119M Feb,
102
Apr. 22
104 % Sept. 3
111M Jan. 13
102 M May 17

Nov.

23 % Nov. 10
92
64

18

108% Jan.

90

92
Sale
67 % Sale

Jan. 1 5
Feb. 25
Feb.
9

11
2!

146 M May
83 % Oct.

Nov. 29

May 21
Aug.
6

10

20 150 % Nov. 23
84% Nov. 3

Nov. 19

Jan.

July

22 101
30 107
9 101 %
27 102 M
20 101 %

23

Jan.

108
Apr.
7 115M Jan.
89M Sept. 2 101 % Jan.
99
Sept. 22 107M Jan.
109% Jan. 25 109% Jan.
107 % Feb. 15 108 M Jan,

03% Nov. 17

90

20

58M Oct.
68M Nov. 1
22 108 % Nov.
4 106
Apr.
3 104 M Nov. 22 102% Feb.

24

Nov. 30

35

109
107 %

Sale

Jan.

11

12
22
18
9

8
24

Nov. 30 100

100

Sale
Sale

U2M 105

98

70

92% Nor.

98
101
101 % Sale

105 M 100

101M 102 M
91M
93 M

Sale

92M Nov.23

100

98 M 101
102 M Sale

109 M

98M Nov.

81

108M Nov. 24 108 % Nov. 16

107

.....

91M Nov. 26

Nov. 23 102 M Jan.
Jail.
91M Nov. 26 106

A?#

108 M HO

A

Coll A ret 5Ms series C........1953
Col A ref g 5Ms ser D..
..I960
Coll tr 6s series A

34

60

deposit...1959 M

Sale

84 M Nov.

81

42
Sale
29
80
69 % Nov
71M Sale
59 M Nov
68 M Sale
61M Sale
Sale
109 % 108
108
106M Nov
104 M 103 % Nov
103 M 103 M 104
50
35
35
47M
16 M "l6M"No"v
20
24
Nov
24
"23"
30
Nov
27
26
87 M
85 M 'Nov
94
85 M
91

99 M Sale
66
Sale
65 M Sale
64
68

3Ms collateral trust notes-.—1947 F
(Kreuger A Toll class A

Laclede Gas

35

feH

Sale

.

4Ms unguaranteed...........1961
Kings County Elec Lt A Pow—
Purchase money 4s...........1997 A O
2,000
21,000 Kings Co Elevated 1st g 4s.... .1949 F A
)
24,000 Kings Co Lighting 1st ref 5e—.1954 J
!
•
lit A rsf 4l(s...:.i.. •
..1954 J
5,000
J D
1,000 Kinney (G R) 5Ms extended to.. 1941
168,000 Koppers Co 4s series A..........1951 MN
146,000 Kresge Foundation coll trust 4s. 1945 J J

352,000

21^

Sale

Nov. 23

92% Nov 23

92

115M 116
100M 101M
106 M
109M

7,000 Kentucky Central 1st gu 4s.....1987 J
1,000 Kentucky A Ind Term 1st 4M#«1961
Plain

Sale

34

(♦♦K G Ft S A M ref g 4s.......1936 A O
♦Ctfs of dep (Bankers Trust)...
Kan City South 1st 8 3s........1958 A O
J
Ref A Imp 5s............ApriU950 J

♦Ctfs w w stpd (par $645)
1943
♦Ctfs w w stpd (par $925).....1943 MN
6,000
♦With warrants (par $925) ....1943
1,000
49,000 Keith Corp (B F) 1st ser g 4s.... 1944 M B

18,000

Sale

Kanawha A Mich 1st gu g 4a_.—.1990 A O

"4",000
v

84 H
98 %

Sale

19

Jan.

25
25
15
14
23

Lake Erie & Western RR—
5s 1937 extended at 3% to.——1947
7,000
2d gold 5s——:—.——
...1941
22,000
127,000 Lake Shore A Mich Son g 3MS...1997

88
106 M—-

108

92 M
103

102

....

85M
95

100

99 %

Sale

99 M July 28
85 M Nov. 22
Nov. 29 106 % Feb. 27

Nov, 19

95

Nov.

Nov. 29 98
98 M Nov. 20 103
95

98

3

Mar. 22 109 M Jan.

15

Lautaro Nitrate Co Ltd—
♦1st mtge Income reg—.Dec 319175
384,000
33,000 Lehigh Goal A Nav 4Ms set A... 1954
Cons sink fund 4Ms ser C.....1954
4,000
1,000 Lehigh & New Eng RR 4s A.—1965

31

362,666
9,000
1,000
5,000
3,000
42,000
30,000
8,000
56,000
242,000

Lax 4t East 1st gu 5a—........1965 A

30 M

A

O

F

A

Long Dock Co 3 Ms ext to——.1950

A

O

Long Islend gen g 4s.
Unified gold 4s.

1

D

M

<a

...

Fpr footnotes, see page 30.




Nov. 24

80

NoVi 30

MS

69
98

76

Sale

Nov. 18
Nov. 13

"Nov.

23

Sale

Nov. 15
75
59 % Nov. 30

32 h
34 M

Sale

25M Nov. 24

Sale

27 % Nov. 26
32M Nov. 23

84 M

38 M Sale
94 %

135 %
125 f

Sale
Sale

102 M

Sale

100 % Nov

iiOM

101X Sale
69 % Sale

Sale
71

106
103 M 104M
108
106 M Sale

irr" 135"
124
99

126

Sale

.....

97 %

110M
Sale

122

96

Nov

Nov. 24
4

69
Nov.
67
100
Nov.
99 M102
101M 102 M 100 M 102 M 101 % Nov.
94 M
94M Nov.
89 M Sale
80% Nov.
05% 96
Sale
90
Nov.
94 M Sale

126 %

73M

Sale

lit*

69

Nov.

98
66
76
35

Nov.
Nov.

20

1

80
37
34
34

87
77
65 H
33
34 M

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

38M Nov.

125 %

Nov.

118

Nov.

70M Nov,

"99M"

69
19 100

5 101 %
10
04%

30

"

119

8

Nov. 13

98

3 129
Nov.
17 124.
Nov.
22 106 M Nov.

129
122

127% Nov,

Sale

i08"

4

72% Nov.

75 %

6 117 %Nov,

Sale

Sale

136

Nov.

21 % Oct. 19 35 % July 26
70 M Nov. 19 106 % Jan. 15

30 M Nov. 10

117 H Nov.

U7M .124

MS

AO

45

65.

——.

5s. ...
-.1951 FA
J
Louisiana ft Ark 1st 5a series A..1949 J
.

30

D

Little Miami gen 4s series A
—.1942 M N
Loew's lnc a f deb 3 Ms
—.....1946 F A
Lombard Elec 7s series A.—...1952 J D

......

33

77

O

J

...

.......1938
1*4*
Guar ref gold 4s—...
..194*
4s stamped..
......——1949
Lorttlard (P) Co deb 7s
1944

35M Nov. 18
27% Nov. 24

78%
84%

First A ref sinking fund 5s.
1974
30,000
Secured 6% gold notes...—1938
31,000
1954
12,000 Leb Vail Harbor Term 1st 6s.
1940
58,000 Lsb V (N Y) 1st gu g 4 Ms
528,000 Lab Val (Pa) gen con g 4s ...1..J003 M N
Gen cons 4Ma—2003 M N
214,000
Gen conaol 5a———..2003 M N
170,000
Leh Vail Tar Ry 1st go g 5s..... 1941 AO

.....

37

104

O

J

......

124,000 Llggatt A Myers Tobacco 7s.—..1944
5a
...1951
61,000
175.000 Liquid Carbonic 4s conv debs—. 1947

98
70
90
47

105

J

A

Sale

78
33

J

J

Lehigh » N Y 1st go g 4s.......1945 M S
.1944 F «
"5",000 Lehigh Valley Coal 5s
1st A refunding 5a............ 1954
10,000
1st A refunding 5s
.—......1944
31,000

"3",000

25% Nov. 27
70M Nov. 19

26 M

29

30
1

95

Nov. 18 104M Jan.
Nov. 13 105 % Feb.

Sept. 13

Nov. 23
Oct. 27
27 M Nov. 24

78

Jan.

77

Jan.

75
Jan.
Nov. 30 100M Feb.
Oct.

12
17

04% Jan. 28
100)4 Jan. 13

19

6
6
6

80
4
Feb.
5
75
Nov, 15 107
59 % Nov. 30 103 % Feb. 18
72
Feb. 11
25 M Nov. 24
27% Nov. 26 76 % Feb. 10
86
Feb. 11
32 M Nov. 23
96
116

Oct.

Jan.

20 109

Apr. 14 129 M Jan.
21 136

Jan.

5
5

^9

126
117

Oct.

100

Nov. 19 106 %

Jan.

13

L01M Nov.
5 103 %
94 % Oct. 16 108
89 % Nov. 30 106 %
90
Nov. 30
M
L25M Nov. 18
L16M Mar. 24
67 % Oct, 20 100

Jan.

25

Jan.

7

Apr.
7 126 M Jan. 13
1
LOOM Nov. 27 106 M Nov.
Jan. 14
108
Jan. 14 108
95 M Oct. 19 101 % Jan.
2
65
Oct. 27
79% Feb. 19

Jan. 23
Feb. 25
Jan.

ffS

11

A

36

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in
November

BONDS

\alue

N. 7. STOCK

EXCHANGE
1966

Louitville Gas 8c Elec 3%«

2,000

Lou & Jeff

Bridge gu g 4s......1945

Nov. 1

1937
Bid

63,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price
Jan. 2

*1

i

Ask

M S

ZZZZZ

M

S

U2%

J

J

109% Sale

Louisville 8c Nashville RR—

374,000
80.000
165,000
31,000
115,000
19,000

Unified gold 4s

........

C

1st 8c ref *H» uerles

1949

JIM
2993
2903
....2003

1st 8c ref 5s series B

1st 5c ref 4s ser D
1st 8c ref &H*

series E
4s.......1946
3s
1989
"Tiooo Mob At Montg 1st g 4 Ms.—...1945
2,000
8outh R} Joint Monon 4s.....1952
24,000
At! Knox Ac Gin div g 4s
1955
2,000 Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec 6 Ms -1944
Paducah Ac Mem Div
St Louis Div 2d gold

A O

111

A O
A

O

F

A

S

J

J

MN
F

A

15,000
10,000

139*, 6o5

{♦Man G B Ac NW 1st gu 3M«
Mfrs Trust Co ctfs of partlc In

1941

jA I Nanun At Son 1st 6s.......1943
Marion Steam Shovel s f g 6s

1947

J

..—

—-

55
45

M

S

ser D..1968
22,000 Met Water, 8ewer At Drain 5M«..1959 AO
14,000 •{♦Met West Side Kiev (Chic) 4S.1938 F A

3,000

211666
.1,000
17,000
107,000
60,000

46,656

"8",66o
.27,000
*

♦4s (Sept 1914 coupon

on).....1977
♦Mlag Mill Mach 1st s f g 7s...—1956
Michigan Central-Detroit At Bay
City Air Line 4s
.......1949
Jack L At S gold 3 Ms
1951
1st gold 3Ms
1952
Ref 8c Imp 4Ms series C
1979
{♦Midland of N J 1st ext 5s
1949
MllwElRy At Lt 1st At ref AsserB 1961
1st mtge gold 5s..—.........1971
{♦♦Mil At Nor 1st ext 4Ms (1889)..1934
1st ext 4Ms.................1939
Con ext 4Ms-.....^..-.....1939
{♦Mil Spar At N W 1st gu 4s
1947

J

M 8

MN
J

J

A O
J

D

J

J

J

{♦Minn At St Louis 5s ctfs.......1934 MN
1949 M 8

♦1st Ac refund gold 4s.

2,000

P
J

♦Ref Ac ext series 5s A........1962 Q
MStPAtSSM4s stpd guar..
1938 J
19,000
1st cons 5s.*................. 1938 J

M

2,000

Int.......1938 J

1st 8c ref 6s series A..........1946 J
25-year g 5M«----————1949 M

5Ms series B...........1978 J

1st ref

St

P

At

S

S

M

st Chic Term s f

At

J
J

8

J

J

J

J

D

Mlssour-Kansas-Tsxas RR—
Prior lien 5s series A.........1962 J

J

J

J

J

J

AO
PS

♦General 4s..................1975 Ml
♦1st Ac ref As series P..
1977 MN

251,000
7,000
445,000
339,000
>18,000
652,000
19,000

♦1st At ref g 5s ser G—.......1978 MN
♦Certificates of deposit.....
♦Convertible gold A Ms........1949 MO
♦1st ref gold 5s series H.......1989 A A

«,

26*.666
185,000
39,000
6,000

34,000

T.666
ii7~666

♦Certificates of deposit.........
♦1st Ac ref As ser I.............1981 MN

fe

«•

••

94
109
108
.....

80

92%

Mo Pac 3d 7s ext at

4%....July 193S
{♦Mobile At Ohio gen gold 4s
1938
♦Montgomery Div 1st g 5s ....1947
♦Refunding At Improv't 4Ms ..1977
♦Sec 5% notes................1938
Mohawk At Mai 1st gu g 4s
1991
Monongahela Ry 1st M 4s ser A*.1960
Monongahela West Penn Pub Serv—
1st mtge 4 Ms............ J....1960
6s debenture*
.............1965

J

<1

MS
F

A

M

S

M S

MS

MN
AO
A O
J

.....

25

90

Sale

29%
94

95

85
72%
75%
70% Sale

Sale

"16% Sale"

J

J

Sale
43

44% Sale
Sale

13% Sale
Sale
Sale

43 %

99% 100
32
45
32

97
48
Sale

31% Sale
96%
98
111%

.....

108
108

Sale
Sale

Morris At Essex 1st gu 3Ms......2990 J D
Constr M As ser A....*.......1955 MN
Constr M 4Ms ser B...
...1955 MN

....1947 MN
.....1941 MN

I64"" .sin:
84
.....

86%

:::::
96

Sale

100% Sale
93
93%
119

111%

-----

Nov.

70

32

.....

77

95

—

20
55

Nov .22

M i
3

4

2%

9^
13
8
8

70

11%
12

74

26
98

97

—

13%

mm

mm

mm

mrn-m

mm

—

mm

'Is'" "Nov."20
4 %-Nov .~23

2%
2%
11%
9%
12%

4

Nov, 17
Nov. 9
Nov.
1
Nov. 30
Nov. 3

7% Nov. 30
7% Nov. 24
66
Nov. 27

32
71

Sale

Nov. 15
Nov. 29
Nov. 24

44% Nov. 23

19

5

5

15%

19%

83%
Sale

14%^ale
15

f

.....

Sale
84

106% Sale

77

Sale
115

Oct.

7

93

102% Oct. 20 109% Feb,
100
Nov. 23 104% Jan.
7% Nov. 9
1% Oct. 25

8

103% Mar. 25 105 % May 21

-

98
97
83

Oct.

May
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
June

18

90
Sept. 17
5 110% Jan. 30

22 108
Jan.
6
90% Jan.

June 18
Nov. 29

61 % Mar. 11

Nov. 24

96% Jan. 20

43
37

Oct. 19
Nov. 26

88% Feb

19

70

18

38

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

5.1
43
44%
26%

Nov.

1

Nov. 12
Nov. 3

Nov.

3

77
15
57

3%
2%
2%
9

8
10

7%
7%

21

19
Nov. 22
18% Nov. 8
5% Oct. 19
18% Nov. .8

Nov. 29
22% Nov. 30

18

19%
6%
22%
21%

19
5

Nov.
4
Oct. 19

21% Nov. 15

18%
17%
18%
18%

Nov. 20
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 6

17''Nov .23

22^"

93
17

12% Nov. 19
12% Nov. 22

17

8

Nov. 4
.Nov. 20

18% Nov, 20
17% Nov.
18% Nov.
18% Nov.

8
8
6

Nov. 16
Nov. 15
Nov. 12
Nov. 3

22%, Nov. 30

Nov. 22

18% Nov.

8

96

Jan.
7
Jan*
4
June 21
Feb. 25

Feb. 24

Jan.

81

Nov.

17

83
5 107
9

Nov.12
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
ifov. 6

JifcY. 15

8 101% Nov. 16

"74" "Nov." "3 "74""Nov."3

"73%'Nov"27 "77% "Nov." "3
64
58

113% 114% 113%

Nov. 8
Nov. 24

Nov!

70'

Nov. 16

64'

Nov.

1

18 113% Nov.18

.....

9

Jan.

9

Mar.

8

Mar.
Mar.

1

Jan.

4

Jan.

7

Jan.

7

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

25

2

8

Feb.

79% Mar.
80

48% Jan. 22
45% Feb. 19
24
49
47

Mar. 8
Jan. 22
Jan. 22

48%
45%
18%
48%

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

49% Jan,
47

22

Jan. 22

Jan.

80
105

Oct.

22
20
19
22

46% Jan. 21

Jan.

8% Oct.
9% Oct.

4

Feb. 19

-97

Feb.
4
Nov. 23

1

Sept. 27

92% AUg. 10 100
~

106% Nov.

6

0

95

2l

Nov. 22

88
26

71

12

80
69 *
Sale

5% Jan,

32

16% Nov. 17
10% Nov. 17

82%
75%

1

0

10% Jan. 27

96
Nov. 15
37% Nov. 16
77% Nov. 1

Nov. 9
Nov. 17
Nov. 21

20% Nov. 30
8% Nov. 1
22% Nov. 30

100% 100% Nov.
78
79

65
58

76
64
113

.....

74%

Sale

8 104

Nov. 23 100
Mar. &
Oct. 15 103
Jan. 25
Oct. 19 107% Feb. 25

85

66

3

16
13

103 % Sale, 102% Nov.
1 104% Nov. 13
95
Salev 90
Nov. 9 95
Nov. 17
Sale^ ,88% Nov. 24 91% Nov. 8
91% 89
.....

June 22

5

6

96

90%'
100% Sale
71%
84
71% 79
82%
71%

90

4

6 % Nov.

3% Nov. 20

102% Sale
94

18

14

Nov.

Nov.l

88

——

Jan,

53

33% Jan. 13
92% June 16
6
11

90

18

22% Nov. 30

18% Nov.

20%

83%

12
12

70% Nov.

6

Nov. 22

19
5

22% Sale
20%
22% Sale

89

Jan.
90% Jan.
57% Jan.
90

19 105
19 105
28 85
May 25 99%
July 31 91 %
Nov. 20 46%
Jan.
9 57
Oct. 19 21%
Oct. 19 10
8%
Sept. 11
Oct, 19 37%
Oct. 19 32
Oct. 25 41%
Nov. 30 30
Nov. 24 28%
Nov. 27 95%

18

Sale

-

15

Jan.

70

18% Nov.« 8
6% Nov. 6
18% Nov. 8

Sale

6

84
107

37
38

22 % Sale
21%
23
22% Sale
20%

Sale

99% Oct.

78% Mar.

97% Jan.

-

~

22% Sale
20% Sale

.....

7

Jan.

41

June 15

3

mm

m.

24

26%
13% Sale
82

mm

21

19

105

mtmmmm

25% Sale

Sale

98

69% Sept. 27

3

Nov. 22
Nov. 16
Nov. 3

Nov. 30 100% Nbv.
mm

mm

30

21% Sale
20%——
21% Sale
20% Sale
.....

5 103% Nov.

Nov. 22 88
Nov.
6 27
Nov. 30 101

88

54

8

19
19
19
19

Oct, 27
92% Mar. 16
82% Jan. 13

l06"""Nov.""4 106% "Nov." "3 104%

Nov. 26
Nov. 23
Nov. 23

21%. Sale
6

1 107% Nov.

103% Nov.

47% Sale
39% Sale

.....

2

4
4

"2l" ""Nov." 12 "24"""Nov."l6 "2!"""Nov."l2 "28" ""July "§6

74

41

20%

20%

"

71

8% Sale
22

Nov.

7% Nov.

96

32

50% Sale
39% 42
40
44%

21%

77

Nov. 23 102% Nov. 17
9
9% Nov. 13

100

9% Sale
14% Sale
7% Sale
8%
12
68
Sale

10%
Sale

35% Sale
77% Sale

26

Nov. 23

104% Nov.

Sale1

14

12% Sale
,

4

"97% "Nov ."30 I66%"Nov.""I

24
Sale
Sale
95

fm
W r,

Jan.

108% Jan.
103% Jan.

111

13 111% Jan. 18
30 96% Jan. 23
Feb.
5
May
3 115
Nov. 13 100% Jan.
2
Jan. 14
Apr. 20 115

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

88

98
97

"17%

70

96

Sale

84
72
74

44
41
44

102

s.®

95

94%

43

...—

92%

25
25
25
23
12

34% Nov. 15

....-

88
80

11% Sale
5% Sale

44

102

20>J'"24%

26

77

65

44

.....

101%
99% 100%

Sale

3%
4%
37% Sale
28
32
39% 40%

1
Nov. 27
Nov, 5
Nov. 12
35% Nov. 15

60
46
48

17

23

6

109% Jan.

32

7% Sale
1%
4%

101

90

D

General Ac refunding As A.....1951! A O
Gen At ref 6s series B..........1955 AO
Gen At ref s f AJgs ser G........1955 A O
Gen Ac ref s f As ser D..........1955 A O

Fuel Gas 1st gu 5s
Mutual Union Tel 5s....

88

109%

55

94%

9%

106

43%

49

1

.....

41%

30
27
92

104

103% 104

.....

104% 105
104% 105

41%

♦Certificates of deposit

34,000
184,000
3,000 Mutual
an

18

42

♦Certificates of deposit.........

96,000
61,000
137,000 Montana Power 1st Ac ref 3Ms—1966
22,000 Mont Tram 1st Ac ref 5s series A..1941
*

7%
2%
2%

16

20%

♦Certificates of deposit.....^*..

1,045,000
1,036,000
41,000

.

100

105

Gent Term

49-year 4s series B...........^1962
Pr lien mtge 4Ms ser D
1978
♦Cum adjust As series A Jan 1967
{♦Missouri Pacific RR Co—
219.000
♦1st At refund As series A.....1965

7,000

J

4s........1941 MN

32,000 {♦Mlssourt-IIUnols RR As ser A...1959
169,000 Mo Kan At Tex 1st g 4s......
1990
194,000
139,000
126,000
298,000

101

109%

3

85

97% Sale

105%

3
24
30
24
10

23
26
20
22
30

Jan.
4
98% Nov. 23 106
95% Nov. 26 105% July 13
90% Nov. 30 105% Jan. 20
55
Nov.
4
86% Feb. 23

.

75

70

107% Sale

86
J

91

104% Sale

„

MS

7f

100% Sale

D

{♦Mllw At State Line 1st guar 8Msl941 1

1st cons 5s gtd as to

75

109
104

D

J

85
26%

105% Sale

12%

4

93

3

99
97

72
83
70
10

70

83

JD
J

40
37
30
29

Sale
Sale
26% 30

27

Nov. 23

103%—.— 102M»i..—- 102»«Nov. 27 103% Nov.

102% 102%

M S

303,000

123,000
15,000
17,000
23,000

99

Nov.22

55

43

40
30

mw
68

98

70

65

38%

17

20

1977 M S

♦Mex Internat 1st 4s asstd

^4"66O

15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

58

32

14%

98

98% Nov, 23 100% Nov.
Nov.
95% Nov. 26 102
90% Nov. 30 97% Nov.

97
96% Sale
90 % Sale

70
Sale

28

Nov. 23

98

98

96%

43% 46%
31 % Sale

40

98%

A O

96%

.....

99% Sale
101%. Sale
97% Sale

78%

97

JD

Market Street Ry 1st 7s
Apr 1949 Q J
Mead Corp 6s with warrants. . . . .1945 MN

151,000 Metropolitan Edison 4 Ms

70

.....

....

95

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Apr.
Apr.

Jan.

-----

38

J

99% June.28 102 % Nov. 27
Mar.10 112% Jan.
4

106

,

100% Sale
114%
90% 93

1959 MN

101% Nov. 18 102% Nov. 27
Nov, 13
Nov. 13 109

109

.....

—..

1st ext 4s

Sale Prices

Nov. 3 103
Nov, 23 106
104% Sale 103
98
Nov. 26 102% Nov. 3
98
99% Sale
87
93% 93% Nov. 29 98% Nov. 3
93
90
Nov. 22 92% Nov, 3
85
89
90
SXH Nov.30 86% Nov. 16
55
81%
86% 81% Sale
107% Nov. 24 108% Nov. 5 105%
107
108%.
86
89%
85%
In%~Nov.""9 IIl%"Nov.~9 110%
111%
111%
Nov. 13
86
Nov. 13 86
90
86
91%
Nov. 3 109%
112% 112%. Nov. 10 113
112%.

43,000 McCrory Stores Corp s f deb 5s..l951 MN 105% 106%
279,000 McKesson A Robbins deb 5 Ms...1950 M N 103% Sale
23,000 Maine Central RR 4s series A....1945 J D 104% 104%
J D
31,000
Gen mtge 4Ms series A........I960
81% 82%
25,000 •{♦Manatt Sugar 1st s f 7 Ms
76
88
1942 A O
124,000
82
90
♦Certificates of deposit.........
225,000 {♦Manhattan Ry (N Y) con g 4s.. 1999 AO
54
56
160,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........
49% 52%
15,000
32
Sale
♦Jd 4s
......2913 JD
92%
Manila El Ry At Lt 1st 5s
.....1953 M S
MN
Manila RR South Lines 1st 4S...1939
82% 87%

"T.OOO

Highest

Sale Prices

97% Sale
92%

96
116%

M S

Lowest

Sale Prices

105% Sale
102% 104

111%

M

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask

101% 101% 102% Sale
108
111
106% 108

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

108% 108%
103% Sale
97% Sale

A O

EXCHANGE-BONDS

4
6

54% Feb. 20

19

39% Feb.

19

39% Feb. 17
98% Jan. 12
4

19

19

Mar. 19 111% Jan.

9
Apr.
2 108% Jan.
,
Nov. 9 110% Jan. 14
3
88% Nov. 24 99% Feb.
98% June 30 104% Jan. 21
8
79% Aug.
4 85% Feb.
86% Feb. 25
74
Nov.
3
80
7
Apr.
2 80% May
Jan. 15
79% Aug.
4 84
9
73% Nov. 27 97% Jan.
Feb.
3
64
Nov.
8 102

100
90

58

Nov. 24

97

112% Apr.
6 119
106
Sept. 25 111

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

5
4

14

At^on—See

13,000
56,000

538",660
357,000

Namm (AI)
Mfrs* Trust Co
Nashville Chat & St L 1st 4s A..1978 F

A

Nassau Elec guar gold 4« stpd...1951 J
National Acme4Ms extended.. ..1946 J

D

J

National Dairy Prod deb 3%s w w *51 MN
Nat Distillers Products deb 4MS.1945 MN

98
62

107"" Sale"
106% 106%

83%
28
34
100% 97%
98%
100% Sale
103% Sale 101%

70

81%
30%

Sale

97

97%
60%

100

Sale
Sale

72% Nov. 16 \81

Nov.

8

27

Nov.

3

Nov.
Nov.

3
1

Nov. 23

>33

"95%"Nov."23 166%
101% Nov. 24 103 M

72% Nov. 16

98% Jan. 22
13
27

63% Jan.
Oct. 20
Aug
95
Jan. 29 101
Jan.
95% Nov. 23 107
100
Oct. 19 106% Jan.
24

.

2

5

National

Rys of Mexico—
♦4M8 Jan 1914 coupon on. ..1957 J
♦4Ms July 1914 coupon on ..1957 J
♦4Ms July 1914 coupon off
1957 J
..

46",606

♦Assent

warr

J

...

35,000

232:066

♦Assent

warr

mtge s f 4s

1965 JD

{♦Naugatuck RR 1st g 4s
1954 M N
Newark Consof Gas 5s..........1948 J D

{♦New England RR cons 5s guarl945 J
♦Cons guar 4S................1945 J

2%
2
2

4

2

2%

3
3

2%

—--

.....

5%

:§M:
4 m "I%"Nov."l2 "2%
1%

-

"3%

v 4% Sale
J

♦4s April 1914 coupon on .....1951 AO
♦4s April 1914 coupon off .....1951 AO
♦Assent warr Ac rets No 4 on. 1951

279,000 Nat Steel 1st coll

HOOD

Ac rets No 5

on. 1977
Nat RR of Mex prior lien 4% ®—
♦Assent warr Ac rets No 4 on... 1926 J

:....

4% Sale

J

J

8c rets No 4 on.1957

♦4s April 1914 coupon on
..1977 AO
♦4s April 1914 coupon off .....1977 A O

28"666

3
3
3

1$

5% Sale

2% Sale

2

3
3
4

2

1%

2

1%

.....

4%
107% Sale
72% 80
122% 124

J

70

78

J

65%

69%

106%

SaV
49%

4

Nov .""3

""2% ""2"" Nov."20

2% Nov.

5

Sale

2% Nov.

1

2

Nov. 24

116%

Apr.
4
Mar.
2% Aug.
1% Oct.
2% Sept.

4

Apr. 29

4

Mar. 31

2% Aug. 19
6% Jan.
9
4

Mar. 31

""2"""0c"t:"l8 "6%"Jan:"l5
Nov. 24

7% Jan,

Oct" 18

2

6

11

.....

80
-----

25

65

Oct.

Il6%"Nov."l8 116% "Nov." i8 116% Oct.

55

25

102% Apr.

49%

52

—

Mi.

ni

N

Jan."18

8 107% Jan.
93% Jan.
28 122% Jan.
19

Aug. 27
52% Aig. 12

For footnotes, see page 30.




29
31
19
19
23

.....

1%
2% ""2" "Nov." "5 "2%"Novr"5
Nov. 23 106% Nov. 18
104% Sale 103
55

I!!?.1!-

4

2
23
14
82
Feb.
1
74% Feb.
2

N. Y. STOCK

Dec., 1937]
Sales in
November

Price

BONDS

Value

N. Y.

St
hft,

England t 8c t 39-yr 5a a—1952 j

lit g 414a aeriea b

—...1961

n j Junction rr ftu

d

m n

lat 4a...—1986 f

a

45,565

182",666

Ask

125 54

Sale
12434 12534

Sale
82
8234
100
Sale
9934 100
9934 10034
3934
47
4834
64
95

50
f

a

4834

Sale

f

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Sale
123

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

12234 12334 122
12034 12034 120

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

12234 Nov. 10 123
Nov. 4
12034 Nov.
8 12134 Nov. 20

a

48

10634 Sale

Sale

105
75

Sale

45

6934

95

Sale

94

Sale

lf)5

Nov.

107

7234

75 * Nov.

Nov.

55

45

Nov. 15
Nov.
8

Nov. 23

75
50

Sale

9434 Nov. 24

96

Sale

"47""
9434
9434

94

Nov.

78

8434
7834
5134 "27""
3334
2934
3634 Sale
3334 Sale
35
35

"33""

38

Sale

3734

w

1

35

52

"3434

Sale

56

32

Nov. 12
3
Nov. 30
Nov. 27

Sale
32
Sale

32

Nov.

33

Nov. 23

32

116""

j"~j 111H

1945

—

1

100

♦Certificates of deposit..

Npt 8c Cin b gen gu g 4^a

Bid

104

1954 a o

♦First 5Hia series a

2,000

Nov.

10734 Sale

n j Pow 8c Light lat 44a—
i960
3,000 New Orleana Great Nor 5a aer a—1983
9,000 n o 8c n'eaatern ref 434* aeriea a.1952
148,000 Naw Orleana V 8 lat 8t ref 5a a—1952
1
lat 8c ref 5a aeriea b
1955
166,000
25,000 New Orleana Term lat 4a guar—1953
5,000 t**n o Tex 8c Mex Income 5a
1935
♦Ftrat 5a aeriea b
36,000
1954
♦Certificates of depoalt—1,000
♦lat mtge gold 5« aeriea c
42,000
—1956
♦lat *h» aeriea d
1956

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

1937
Bid

Ntw

27

Jan. 2

c **

STOCK EXCHANGE

$

45,000
94,000

EXCHANGE-BONDS

95

8

3234 Nov. 12

Nov. 29

79., Nov. 17
Nov.

3

37

Nov.

3

32

Nov. 27

3334 Nov.
33

Nov. 20
1

3434 Nov.

5

37

1

Nov.

3234 Nov. 12

Highest

Highest
11834 Mar. 23 127)4 Jan. 25
11634 Apr.
7 125)4 Jan. 21
100
Oct.
8 101
May 24
10434 Mar. 23 10854 Aug. 11
98
Mar.
4
7554 Nov.
45
Nov. 23
85)4 Feb.
9
90)4 Oct. 19 103)4 Jan. 22
Jan. 22
89)4 Oct. 19 103
78
Nov. 12 10054 Jan. 21
33 34 Nov.
51 X Feb.
4
3
30
Oct.
19
5954 Mar. 31
32
Nov. 27
5454 Apr.\21
32
60
Nov.
8
Apr. \ 1
30
Oct; 20
55)4 Mar. \fi
30
62 X Mar. 31
Oct: 19
3234 Nov. 12 57
Apr.5
110
Feb. 19 113 X Jan. 25

New York Central rr—

311,000
167,000
383,000
419,000
616,000

10434 Sale
10334 Sale

.1998

Consol 4a series a

.........

10-year 3 jia secured

a

.1946

f

10134 Sale

10834 10834
95
Sale
98

Refunding 5ha aeriea a.......1974
.1978 M s
Refunding 4xt aeriea c
3-year 6s
Octl 1938 A O
4a collateral trust

........

103 J4

101

♦♦n y Chic 8t St Loula 1st g 4a...1937

.1946 f

a

Connecting lat gu 4h* a....1953 f a
lat gtd 5a aeriea b—...
.1953 f a
56,000 n y Dock 1st gold 4s
f a
...... 1951
.1938 a o
Serial 5a g notes
44,000
n y

.........

7,000

Sale

.........

....

704,000
59,000
168,000
85,000

Sale

73

.1952 mn

Conv secured 3m*

.1997
271,000 ntc&HRg mtge 3ks
Debenture 4a of 1912——..1942
46,000
Ref 8c impt. 4^1 series a.......2013
452,000
Lake Shore coll g 3ha.........1998
115,000
.1998
Mich Cent coil g ih»—
10,000

107",000

77
95

Sale

95

Ref 4t Inapt 4hi aeriea a.......2013
Ref 8c Impt 5s aeriea g.........2013

Certificates of depoalt...—

!l965 ao
154,000 ny Edison 334s aeries d
.....
1st lien 8c ref 3 34a aeriea e
.1966 a o
109,000

"9534 9634
10234 10234
10334 Sale
94
Sale
9834
9834
108'" -iii
10834
6734
6334

68
65

I65" Sale"
10534

Sale

8334

7954 Sale
8934 Sale
9434 Sale
102)4 113
Sale

72

8434
8434

8534

81)4 Sale
8654 Sale
6634 Sale
7234 Sale
8434 Sale
92

Sale

9734 Sale
6634 Sale
80

Sale

Sale

81

7734 Nov.
86

9

8334 Nov. 15
Nov.

1

86

Nov.

5934 Oct.

19

69

8

80

Nov.

68

19 103

8134 Nov. 19

90

Nov.

1
1
1

Nov.

1

Nov.

8934 Nov. 23 9454
9734 Nov. 27 103
6134 Nov. 8 73
80
Nov. 30
8434
8034 Nov. 17 8434

Nov.

3

Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.

8
1

99

Sale

7434 Sale

69

65

Sale
Sale

6234

5734 Nov. 24
7134 Nov. 30

83

Sale
Sale

10134 Sale
10134 Sale

Nov .23

78 34

"Nov." 12

6634 Nov. 12
7134 Sale
8334 Nov. 3
90
Nov. 19
8734
9534 Nov. 1
10734 Sale
10734 Nov. 30 10854 Nov. 1

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Sale
Sale

45
43

9 106)4 Jan.
July

95

73

7434

ffl
io5i*

7734 Nov.

Nov. 24

6134 Nov. 24

43

51
Sale

43

43

45

43

47

Nov. 24
Nov. 30
Nov.
1

52

Nov.

50

Nov,

45

Nov.

1
1
4

102

Sale

101

102

Sale

101

122

12234 12154 Nov. 17 12234 Nov. 9
Sale
11234 Nov.
1 11434 Nov. 19

Nov.
8 102
Nov. 10 102

Nov. 13
Nov. 12

Nov. 24 104 X

Oct.

96)4 Jan.
Jan.

8134 Nov. 19 10954 June
89)4 Nov. 23 105
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5934 Oct. 19 96 X
80
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9854
8034 Nov. 17 9734
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69
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53
Oct. 19
95)4
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90
24 10534
Nov.
106
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1 10934
10834 Oct.
47

Nov. 24

IIM

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.

12'
23
20
16

9
20
23
18
5
11
5
S
6

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Feb.

Aug.

4

2

Oct.

29

Jan.

21

Jan. 22
3734 Oct. 19 72
4034 Oct. 20 60
Aug. 20
97
2 10534 Jan.
6
Apr.
2
8 10554 Jan.
9754 Apr.

n y 8c Erie—See Erie rr.

20,000
49,000

.1948 J

n y Gas el Lt Ht 8c Pow 5a

D

Purchase money coll tr g 4a....1949 f
n y 8c Greenw l prior lien gu
n y 8c Harlem g 3Ha

16,000 n y Lack 8c Western 4s
Guar 4>4« series b
3,000

aer

5a.1946

A

M N

2000 M N

a....1973 M N

.....—1973 N N
5h»
1942 M N
Dock 8c Impt 1st 5s...........1943 J
J

12534 126
116K 11734
10034 10034
10634
10234 103
10934 10934

nyleftw Coal 8c &r

"17,666
12,000

10634
10834 109

8c Long Branch gen 4s.-.-.1941 m 8
y 8c n Eng (Boat Term) 4a
1939 A O
y New Haven 8c Hartford—

♦Non-conv debenture 4a......1947
6,000
♦
Non-cont debenture 334a
5,000
1947
♦Non-con* debenture 334a
7,000
1954
♦Non-con* debenture 4a....—1955
39,000
♦Non-con* debenture 4s...—1956
108,000
♦Convertible debenture 3340—1956
38,000
329,000
♦Convertible debenture 6s
1948
♦Collateral trust 6a
1940
107,000
♦Debenture 4a
1957
105,000
♦1st 8c ref 4340 aer of 1927
194,000
1967
♦
larlem r 8c Pt Chea 1st 4a
1954
35,000
255,000 +#n y Ont 8c Weat 1st g 4s
1992
♦General 4a
57,000
1955
t*N y Pro* 8c Boston gen 4s..—1942

"3'665

n y 8t Putnam lat con guar

M

8

J

J

A

o

M N
2

U N

J

105

J

92

Sale

F

A

90

A

39,000
120,000

218,000

J

11

2454

25

Sale

89

1154

2534
9034
Sale

23

Sale

77

82

Sale

8

9834
6834
105

834

9134
9634
9734 100
10734 108
10534 Sale
10534 Sale

3654
954

954 Sale
554 Sale
9754

"69""

62
73
10534 106

Sale

25
24

30

North American Co deb 5a—.—1961 f

A

10534 105)4

North Am Edison dab 5s aer a—.1957 M

8

10434
10634
10534
12634
11834

1

18

18
16

35

Feb.

20

Nov.

3
3

1154 Nov.

1

8

Nov.

1

"68

68" ""Nov.*
Nov.

Nov.

6

10654 Nov. 29
Nov. 12
Nov. 20

Nov. 18
Nov.
1
Nov. 1

1634 Nov. 18

9

84

Deb 5 34* oer b
Deb 5a aeries c

con

....Aug 15 1963 fa
Nov 15 1969 MN
8
8

to

as to

1945

Sale

105
Sale
Sale

12

8134

April 1 1937 lncl coupons.1945

125

70

19

3734 Feb.

80

Oct. 19
Nov. 22

8)4 Oct.

101

Nov. 26 11734 Nov.
Nov.
3 102
Nov.

70

Feb.
Jan.

19

Nov. 26

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

1034 Nov. 24
Sept 24

101

77

Oct.

Sept. 11 109
Aug. 20 103
Oct.

106

75

Jan.

18

98

Jan.

Oct.

Oct.

Feb.
19 104
23 10954 Feb.
19

834 Nov. 26

31

Jan.

18

12 122

5

97

Oct.

21 106)4 Jan.

9834 Oct.
101)4 Apr.
9554 Oct.
120
July
119
July

20

4
15

32)4 Jan. 21

Oct.

82)4 May
Jan.

105)4 Jan.

7 106)4 Jan.
20 107

Feb.

18

7
,2
16

8
2
13

26 125)4 Mar.
1
June 18
28 120

72)4 June 30
87

25
26

2254 Feb. 19
5
2 109)4 Jan.
Apr.
Aug.
6
Apr. 29 108

9554 Oct.
9

2
7
8
8
Jan. 11
Nov. 15
Jan.

Jan.

Apr.

71

21
8

69)4 Jan.
14 106)4 Jan.

7134 Nov. 16
434 Oct. 19
100

■8*

Nov. 16

55

125

30
7

91
Nov. 24 105)4 Jan.
6
9734 Nov. 20 108)4 Mar. 2
102)4 June 11 10854 Apr. 16
4
9854 Sept. 15 10754 Feb.
98
June 11 10734 Jan. 26

112

1 10254 Nov. 15
9 10434 Nov. 24
1 100
Nov. 12

17
19
18

Jan. 18
Mar. 16

4

vH--.

82

55

4654
4254
100
May 27 101)4
68
95
Nov.
6
10154 Apr. 13 10934
5

106

116

.....

75

-----

111

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9834 Sale
Sale

j

80

Sale

j

j

j

j

Sale
Sale
Sale
10934
109

63

j

8234
10534
11134
10834
10834

j
o

guar g 4a. 1948 j
1948 j

———

j

j

1972 j

lat mtge 334s

253,000 Ore-Waah RR8cNav latScref 4a—.1961
10,000 Oslo Gas 8c Elec extl a f ft 5s...—1963
106,000 Otis Steel 1st mtge 4 j4a a..."....1962
iwt
2,000 Pacific Coast Co 1st g 6a.il...
....1964
153,000 Pacific g»s 8c kl 4s ser g
1st 8c ref mtfte 334s ser h——1961
282,000
1st 8c ref mtfte 3j4s ser i
...1966
238,000

For footnotes, see page 30.

29

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j

d

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123
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1

65

1

70

Nov. 19
Nov. 20

Nov.

1

83

Nov.

9434 Nov.

1

61

76

76

6
Nov. 30
Nov. 27

80

Nov.

85

Nov. 16
Nov.
3

9

18

Nov.

1

Nov. 24

14

Nov.

5

82

10254

'Sale

10234 Sale
9534

no"»"»2m34

11

14.
1234

1634 Nov.
10

10134

964

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Sale

95

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9634 Nov. 17

11034 llOho Nov. 29 110)4 Nov. 4
Sale
Nov. 15
100
9934 Sale
9934 Nov. 9 100
100 * 10054 10034 Sale
100
Nov.
4 10154 Nov. 18
110

Sale

115

10834 Sale
11634

110

Sale

110

11134
10734

Sale

83
87

23
Mar. 19

Jan.

72)4 June 22 81)4 Jan.
90)4 Nov. 22 112)4 Jan.
61
Oct. 19
8254 Jan.

8
76
76
103
107

Nov. 20 106
Nov.
6 112
Nov. 30 110

113

116

.....

Sale

73

5534
6234 38
10634 Sale 10734
103

Sale

9934 Sale

10454

118

104

10054
Sale
7134
5534
6234
Sale
106 34
Sale
10254

9954 Sale

99

Nov.

1 111

15 101

Oct.

10

Nov. 24

77

91)4 Oct.

109)4 June
95

Oct.

9854

Oct.

14

Nov.

?

5

20
10054 Aug. 14

25 11234 Jan.

4

104

Sept.

Nov.

115
115

Jan.
Feb.

Apr.

114

Jan

21

Nov.

12134 Jan

Feb.

7
4

103)4 Apr.
9954 Feb.
69)4 Oct.

Nov.

54

4

103

5534 Nov. 17
10754 Nov. 16
1 10434 Nov. 30
Nov.

33 X Jan.

29 10954 Jan. 29
19 10634 Jan.
2
June 22
20 100

107)4 June

110

17

23 100

Oct.

20

117

Nov.

26

6
6
13

115

Nov. 29
3

3 118
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 23 10654 Nov.

Nov.
Nov,
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Jan.

Nov. 27 10954 Jan.
6
Oct. 27 10454 Juge
3
Sept.. 23 107)4$Sept.23

14

96

Jan.
Jan.

10
12
2

106

Nov.
11134 Nov. 23 115
10734 Nov. 30 10954 Nov.
115
Nov. 24 11654 Nov.

111

118
11734
10634 Sale
10434 Sale
10034 10234 100
77

7534 "7634
11034 Sale
10734 Sale

76
77

9034 Nov. 22

10954 Jan.
95

d

70 $
9434 Sale
6134 Sale
7354 Sale
88)4 Sale

1134

16434 iiiii
111)4 113

d

j

86

l55"" iiiii

j

Ohio Indiana 8c West 5a...Apr 1 1938 q-j
f a

...

ior- Illli

9434 Sale

j

Ohio Connecting Ry lat 4s......1943 m 8
Ohio Edison 1st mtge 4s.........1965 mn

^Ohlo Pub Service 7a series b
1947
...1966
309,000 Oklahoma Gas 8c Elec 334 s
48 debentures..—........—.1946
184,000
26,000 Ontario Power n f lat 5a
1943
1945
3,000 Ontario Transmission lat 5a...
29,000 Oregon rr 8c Nav con g 4a.....1946
15,000 Oregon Short Line lat coo g 5a..1946
lat guar cons 5s stamped..
1946
4,000

.....

j

p

j

4,000 ♦Ogden 8t Lake Ch lat

70

q

q

Northern Rv of Calif guar Ka
1938 a
n'western Teleg 434a extended ..1944 j




Sale

734 Oct.

sale of April 1 1933

415,000 Northern Pacific prior lien «a. ..!997
Gen Uen ry 8c Id gt 3a....Jan 2047
268.000
Ref 8t Impt 434a Series a
158,000
.2047
Ref 8c Impt 6a Series b.......2047
1,040,000
Ref 8c Impt 5s Series c
6,000
2047
Ref 8t Impt 5a Serlea d
,..2047
62,000

4s stamped

98

71

7

10034 10254 10054 Nov.
102 J4 Nov.
102)4 Sale
98
Nov.
9934 Sale

10034 Sale
10334 Sale

23

50

Sale

Feb.

Oct.

"I6"""NOV.'30

Nov. 16

1

Feb.

80

105;

Mar.

4634 Feb. 19
4434 Feb. 16
4734 Feb. 20
Feb.

Nov.

89

47

Nov. 19
Oct, 19

Nov. 23

45
60

11

Nov. 26

12
9

Mar. 23

47

25

Nov. 22
Nov. 19

Jan.
Jan.

98

Nov. 29

2134 Nov. 26

5

20

19
4

19

Nov. 10
Nov.
1

9

Oct.

Jan.

1634 Nov. 29
2034 Oct. 20

Nov. 12

40

8

Mar. 23

Jan.

May 27

Nov. 12

121

8734
8134

Nov.

2034
1954
1934
1834

106 34 "Nov." i§ 107
Nov.
9
1 10354 Nov. 15
10254 Nov.
80
Nov.
1
80
Nov.
1
Nov.
3
7134 Nov. 16 77
6
454 Nov. 23
634 Nov.
104
Nov. 12 10454 Nov. 15
Nov.
3
10734 Nov. 4 108
Nov.
1
8934 Nov. 10 91
98
Nov. 23 10034 Nov. 12
10
Nov.
9
1234 Nov. 12
10
Nov.
9
834 Nov. 26
55
Nov. 24
55
Nov. 24

634 Sale
10434 Sale
10734 10834
91

84
Nov. 30 10534
Nov. 12 10954
9934 July 30 102
105
Nov. 23 10634
10154 Nov. 20 108)4

16

10654
10334

15
16

Nov. 17

Nov.
4
Nov. 23

35

~7~"

8

70
4034
11734 U834
10134 Sale

122

Nov. 22
2254
Nov. 29' 23
1634 Nov. 29 21
23
Nov. 24
2634
19

35

90

80

6634

o

3
15
5

Nov.

20

1034 Nov. 24

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9834 Sale
12)4 Sale

N

Nov.

If* Nov.
20

1654

"834

Sale
Sale
Sale

1941 M

6

Sale
z91
Nov. 24
9634
9834
99
9734 Nov. 20 98
19654 10734 10654 Nov. 29 10754
Nov.
9 10534
10534 10554 105
10534 Sale 10454 Nov. 8 10534

Sale

9634
Sale
10934
10734
Sale

Nov.

a90

17

14

80

94

g 4a—1996 A

Norfolk 8c Weat rv lat

♦Stamped

17",660

26
Sale

mSale
3534

'9134 "9334

A

—

1934

39
Sale

36

Sale
80

5a a. 1961 F

♦Oct 1937 and aub coupons

83,000

2434 Sale

103
72

O

^♦Northern Ohio Ry 1st guar 5a.
Oct 1 1934 and sub coupons—.1945 a o

287",606

25

18

106)4 Sale

A

North Cent gen 8t ref 5a aer a...1974 M
Gen 8c ref 434a aeriea a
...1974 u

£9,000

2254 Sale
2334

10534
10934 Sale

106

♦Certificates of depoalt
♦^♦Norfolk 8c South lat g 5s

7034

J

M N

...1950

1954 Nov. 23
1934 Nov. 19

Sale

62

1734
10934
10634
10334

f 634s
re»

106
10634
10634 10734
10634 10734
10634 10734

J

....

Niagara Share (Mo) deb 534a..—1950

Sale

109

1939 MN

1967

9334

9234

N

1951 M K

.........1940 F

♦Norfolk South lat 8t

Sale

o
o

n y Trap Rock 1st a f g 6s
1946 J D
6a stamped
1946
♦!n y Weatchea 8c Bos lat 4348-1946 j
J
Niagara Falls Power 334 a
1966 M S
lag Lock a Ont Pow lat 5a a—1955 a o

a

9534

95
45

4134 Sale

D

♦Terminal 1st gold 5a.—.—1943 M N

Rya extl

Sale

i

1st mortgage 5a
.——1951 \i N
1st mortgage 5s.............—1956 MN

Nord

2634 Sale

M S

m y 8c Rich Gas 1st 6a a

3,000
8,000
161,000
41,000
38,000
41,000
98.000
72,000
37,000
6,000
32,000
150,000

Sale

63

D

K

n y Tel lat 8t gen* f 434s
Ref mtge 334s aeriea b

22

20

22

New York Steam 1st 6s sar a.... 1947 M N

281,000

24

193
17

43
42

40

18.000

3"OY,665

20

25

40

38)4 Sale
4734 Sale

9 12534 Jan,
5 11734 Jan.

98

98

35

J

3
Nov. 16
Nov.

100

2334

J

93

105)4 105" Nov." 23 10554 Nov, 1
Nov. 19
10134 10154 Nov. 20 102

18

3834

J

98

Nov. 30
Nov. 12

2234

35

3534

M N

.....

100

11654 Apr.
10954 Apr.

9754 June 15 10154 Jan. 28
Feb.
6
9 107
9934 Apr.
84

20

O

J

Sale
94
100

88

10534 Sale
97

Sale
40

84

99

O

43,000
71,000
95,000

♦General gold 5s

90
102

9334
102

41

113

95
90

A

4s —1993 a

83,000 t**n y Susq 8c Weat 1st r*f g 5a-1937
♦♦Second gold 4340
...1937

123
Sale

102

A

100,000 n y 8c Queens El Lt 8t Pr 334®
1965 M
New York Railways Corp—
39,000
tPrior lien 6s stamped.....—1958 J

"8,666

11234

102

n y

122

3

Oct.

123

Jan.

6

8

10754 Jan. 15
103 34 Sept. 11
9234 June 22
82

Mar. 22 111

Mar. 24
Jan.

9954 Mar. 23 107)4 Jan.
9454 Apr. 24 10034 Aug.

4
4

7

28
Sales in
November
Value

Jan. 2

9,000

2d extended gold Sa
Pacific Tel A Tel

93,000

82"66O

3%a

aer

1966
1966

B

Ref mtge 3%s series C
Paducat* A Illinois 1st a f 4 Ha—19M

1st mtge s

107"" -III
63%
97%

Sale

92

101

Nov. 24 102

100 %

93%
Sale

101 i" *»"*'
e

44%

123"

1119%
"%

74

i?r

Sale
76% Sale
90%
93%

Nov.

4

1

62% Nov. 22

63% Nov.

4

62

Oct.

99

3

89

it:

06 %

Sale

42

119%

---

80

95

'2% 104% 102%

Nov. 27
Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov. 17

Nov.

103% Nov. 10 103%
104
104% Nov.
8 106
105%
96% Nov.
9 99%
97% Sale
99%
99%
89
Nov. 29 95
88%
92%
93%
96
102% Nov.
9 104
102% 104% 102% Sale

Sale

Sale

Penn Ohio A Detroit RR—

126,000

1st A ref gold 4%x series A
19
4Ha series B
—.—19

104%

101

103% 104% 100

100% Nov. 29 105

486",600

Sale

Penn Pow A Lt 1st M 4Ha
—19
67,000 Penn RR con sol gold 4s......—19
30,000
Consol gold 4s
19
23,000
Stamped dollar bonds
19
Gen mtge 3% s aeries C——19
375,000
42,000
Consol 4 H a Issue of 1915
19
776,000
General 4Hs Series A
19
423,000
General 5s Series B..
19
476,000
Debenture gold 4%s
...19
General 4H* aeries D
817,000
19
Gen mtge 4%s series B......—19
420,000
821.000
Conv deb 3%a
19
1,000 Peoples Gas A Coke 1st 4s..... 19
90,000
Refunding gold 5s..
19
17,000 Peoria A Bast 1st cons 4s.
19
♦Income 4s (flat)
105,000
-19
5,000 Peoria A Pekln Un 1st 5H» A...19
99,000 Pere Marquette 1st 5s series A...19
1st 4s Series B
12,000
19
1st g 4 H* series C
99,000
19
1,269,000 Phelps Dodge cony 3Ha deb
19
20,000 Phlla Bait A Wash 1st g 48
19
General 5s Series B
8,000
19
Gen g 4Ha series C
18,000
19
General 4 Ha series D
3,000
19
419,000 Phlla Company secured gold 5s. 19
367,000 Phlla Electric 1st A ref 3Ha
19
115,000 t*PbMa A Read C A 1 ref 5s
19
228,000
♦Convertible deb 6s....
19
125.000 "Philippine Ry 1st 39-yr s f 4a. 19
31,000 PUlsbury Flour Mills 20-yr 6s....19

115%
116

116%

103 X

Sale

'

125% Sale
115% Sale
106

Sale

.

110**

Sale

111

Sale

121%
116% 117
98%
99

.}k
105% Sale
100% 101%

101%
108% 113
112%
112
112% 110
112
112% 109% Sale
Sale
95
91% Sale
118%
117% Sale 117

99%

106

105

102

Sale

107

Sale

ill% Sale
102% Sale
102% Sale
93% Sale
116%
111
111%
Sale

8
100
87

117

108""

Sale

100

109
110% 109% Sale
123% 118%
123% 114
110
110
112% 106
103
110
107% 108%
Sale
90%
91% Sale
Sale
105% Sale
104%
15
Sale
16% Sale
Sale
Sale
5%
Sale
Sale
9%
Sale
108
107%
101%
87
86
Sale

Il4%

110

125

130
121%
115% 116%
105% Sale

116

117

110

"48% Sale"
24% Sale
19%
19%
108
92%
93%

106

109

93%
104%
19%
6%
12%
107
87

113%

110%
110%

Con

Oct.

Oct.

93%

Con 4s series F guar g
Con 4a series G guar g.......
Con 4s series H guar
g—
Con 4Hs series I
g
—
Con 4 Ha series J guar

.1953

.1957

114%

Ill

.1966

115 w

69

m

w*

Nov.

Nov.

1 105% Nov. 30
1
Nov. 23
19% Nov.
6% Nov. 1
Nov. 23
12% Nov. 1
Nov. 23

Nov.

117

Gen guar 5s series A
General g 5a ser B

.1976

124%
124% 124%
122% 125
122
1 23%

8*

Nov.

87

4

105

115""

110

104

106% 107%
110%
95%
96%
87
94
93
Sale
112%
122%

l04""

112
Sale

.1964

-

.1975

....

General 4 He series C
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Pitts Va A Char 1st guar 4s— .1943
Pitts A West Va 1st 4Ha ser A
.1958
.

1st mtge
1st mtge

4Ha series B
4Ha series C__

.1959

...

.1964]

1st 58 1935 extended to 1950

.

72% Sale
106

•

78%
80%
40% Sale
106
Sale
96%
97%
16%
20%
83%
88%
99
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J

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»

»

J

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^Providence Securities deb 4s gul957 M W
improvidence Terminal 1st 4s... 1956 M c
Purity Bakeries Corp s 1 g 5s
Radio Keith Orph pt pd ctfs
com

1948 *

J

stk

(65% pd)
»
•♦Debenture gold 6s
27,000
1941 '
y
129,000 Read Co Jersey Cen coll g 4s
1951 A 1
Gen A ref 4Ha series A
436,000
...1997 '
J
Gen A ref 4%s series B
155,000
1997 J
J
239,000 Remington Rand deb 4%x w w—1956
JJ '
Rensselaer A Saratoga 1st
gu 68.1941 59 ^
47", 000 Republic Steel Corp 4Hs ser A..1950 A *
Gen mtge
275,000
4Ha series B
1961 F A
Purch money 1st 5
292,000
H* conv
1954 M W
Gen mtge 4%s series C
184.000
1956 M N
144,000 Revere Copper A Brass 1st 4Ha—1956 J
J
20,000 ♦Rbelnelbe Union s f g 7a....—-1946 I
»
16,000 ♦Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv 6a.......1953 J
<*
8,000 ♦Rhine-West Elec Power 7s..
1956
♦Direct mortgage gold 6s..... .1952
59,000
♦Cons mtge 6s
63,000
1953
♦Cons mtge 6s with warrants.. 1955
25,000
146,000 I Richfield Oil 4s conv deb
—1952
10,000 Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s..1952
...

♦Riroa Steel

s

con

A coll trust 4a series A.1949

*

.

J

60

"64""

65

Nov.

"5

65

64%
64%
109%

62

Nov. 17
Nov. 29

63

61

1

June 23

Aug. 23
25
28
Jan.
9
Jan.
4
Jan.
5
Jan.
6
Jan.
4
Jan.

Jan.

5
23
12
Jan. 12
Mar, 11
Jan.
7
Jan.
9
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

9

Jan.

26% Feb. 25
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

19
2
4
4

July 26
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

8
8
12

19

Oct.

Oct.

30

7 109

Jan.

8

Mar.

Nov. 26

6 102
Sept, 4
21 100% Aug. 16

Nov, 24 124

3
11
15
28
22
16

29
2
15
12
15

Jan.

6
8 123% Jan.
Nov. 24
Apr. 13
Jan. 20
112% Jan. 15
Feb.
5
64% Oct. 27

110% Nov.
101

Nov.

60

6

1&

107% Mar. 17 111% Feb.
109
Apr. 13 113% Jan.
106
Oct. 13 113% Jan.
110% Oct. 11 113% Jan.
108
Mar. 16 112% Jan.
Mar.
110
Aug. 23 111
109
Mar. 30 114% Jan.
3 114% Feb.
109
Apr.
113
Mar. 25 125% Jan.
8 124% Jan.
111
Apr.
109

Nov.

61
108

62
61

64% Nov.

Nov. 17
Nov. 29

IS*
«#*

Jan.

28

97% Feb.

6

May 13 110% Mar. 10
4
119% Apr. 16 124% Feb.

108

..

110

56% Sale
53%
57% Sale
104% 104% 104
104% 105
52
45
51
65
51%
Sale
12
11
14% Sale
Sale
102
103% 104
102%
70
83
84%
75% Sale
6
7%
7%
6%
10
87%

88%

41

Nov. 13

104
48

52% Nov.
14% Nov.

Nov.

104
85

Nov.
Nov.

8
1

Nov. 24
Nov. 4

7% Nov. 27

Nov.

88% Nov.

93

Nov.

100

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

80

118

45

7'1

96

77

Sale

95%

89

Sale

95%
98%

It*
It*

45

91%

Sale

110
Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

32
Sale

77

79% Sale
97%
98%

97% Nov.
24% Nov.

20

Sale

20

32%
33

4
28% Feb. 20
Feb. 25
101
Mar.
Q

Oct.

"5l""
18%

122

109%
9%

36

48%

19

21

114

29

19

26

28%

12%

15%

16%

20

104

Sale

112%

M N

.....

Sale
100%

100

103%

100%

Jan.

8

Jan.
Mar.

8
6
2

21

Nov.

24% Nov.
25% Nov.
26% Nov.

30
30

Nov. 26
Nov. 24

Mar.

30

Nov. 26

Mar.

30

Nov. 24

30

Nov. 24

Mar.

30

Nov. 24

26% Aug. 17

3

27

Nov.

30% Nov. 26

Mar.

Nov.

91

Now 12

Nov.

104

Nov. 12

101% Nov.
53% Mar.
91
Feb.

30% Nov. 26
Oct. 21
92
104% May 11
June 25
60
9
91% Jan.

Nov.

49% Nov.
18% Nov.
116% Mar.

117

53

49% Nov.
18% Nov.

4

21% Nov. 13

—

24%

109% Nov.
9% Nov.

"3

Nov.

4

4

22

Nov.

22

14

19

Nov.

14% Nov. 17

15

Nov.

"l"6^10%
13

12%

8

15

101% Sale
101% 102
100
Sale
99% Nov.
Sale
Nov.
109% 109
110%
.....

I-II "94"" IIIII "§4"
98

Nov.

Nov

8

17

3 100% Nov. 18
8 109% Nov. 24

84

8

Nov.

20% Mar.
13

15

Oct.

97

96

92

20

34% Jan.

9

J8
10

13
19

1

8

2

Nov.

8

20 103 % Aug.
Oct. 19 104% Jan.
May
4 112% Jan.
May 20 1012932 Jan.
-4Ug.
9 103% Jan.
Jan.
Sept. 1 102

17
8
21
22
0

Now 18

99% Oct.
107
97

Jan.

52% Jan.
July
109% Sept.
28% Feb.
25% Mar.
32% Jan.

107% Feb.

13% Oct,

14

\

100

100

100
106
32

Nov.

100% Nov. 26 102

D

Jan.

Mar. 11

130% Mar. 11

Nov. 26

108% 109
108% Nov.'
8
Nov.
7%
10%

11

Mar. 13

100

28

70

53

Sale

Jan.

112
212

1
1
1
4

48

21%

115

13
7
7
5
115% Feb.

108

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

13

84

33

85%

35% "50"
69%

Sale

126% Jan.
104% Jan.
108% Jan.

101% Nov.

27

103

-

Nov.

Sale

27

30

78

26

28
Sale

85%
107%
86%
102%

Nov.

19
5

Feb.

90

95% Nov.
95% Nov.
98% Nov.

Nov.

Sale

25%
25%

112

106% 105

78%
105

27
27

24%
26

Sale

Sale

88% Sale
92% Sale

118" Il2"~

101

58

96%

Jan.

100

Nov.

7% Oct.
85% Jan.
85

Jan.

106

9% Oct.
100
Apr.

Nov.

Nov.

3

75% Jan. 14
108% Feb. 20
Jan. 27
88

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.

76%
84%
84%
91%

87

28

103%

34%

J
C

Nov. 12

105

Nov. 30

Sale

90

B*

,

59

Nov,

Nov.

85

Sale

Sale
105%
33%

J

J

Nov.

Sale

85

80

100

Sale

A (

St Lawr A Adirondack 1st g 5s..1996 J
2d gold 6a
1996 A




20%

121

1941 J
1941 J

1947
207,000 Safeway Stores s f deb 4s
114,000 Saguenay Pow Ltd 1st M 4%a
196®
4,000 St Jos A Grand Island 1st g 4s..1947
St Joseph Ry L H A P 1st 5s
.1937

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

73%
65%

1949 J

...

g 4 H>

....

For footnotes, see page 30.

99

105

83%
50%

'

—

cons

Nov.

109

"78""

65

131% Sale"
99% Sale
109% 110%

90

I
J

Rochester Gas A El 4%* aer D—1977 M 5
Gen mtge 5s series B
—1962 «

4%s stamped.,

107% 107%
108
110% Sale

107

:::::

66,000 *!*Rock(s Ark A Louis 1st4Hs —1934 »
4,000 ♦Ruhr Chemical 6a
.1948 ™
4,000 ♦Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4sl949 J
48 stamped
♦Rutland R R 1st

115% 116
103
Sale

:::::

M r
F /
* 4

tRlo Grande June 1st guar g 5s 1939 J
17.000 ♦Rio Grande Western 1st g 4s...1939 J
♦1st

3 116
Nov.
Nov. 24 111%
110% Nov. 8 111%
101
Nov. 24 105%

116
Sale

110
102% Sale
106

1

6
19

Jan. 19
Nov. 24 117
Oct. 19 106% Jan. 11
June 25 105% Nov. 30
3
Oct. 19
50% Feb.
2
Oct. 19
26% Feb.

100

Mb

M p
J
•
.1955 F *

f 7s

106

Nov. 13

Nov. 13 Ill

120

116

116

110

115

M S
J

Porto RIcan Am Tobac conv 6s. 1942
^♦Postal Teleg A Sable coll 5s
1953
Potomac Elec Power 1st M
3%a_.1966
Pressed Steel Car deb 5s
1951

111
117

28

123

.1977

Portland General Blectrlc 4 Ha—1966

110%

111
120

108%
87
102
13

106

Nov. 26

89

99

Nov. 23 101
Nov. 27 103%
97% Nov. 24 119%
107
Apr. 17 113%
Mar. 18 129
116
Oct. 2C 119
110

Jan.

1

5

19

13 113
Nov. 24 106

Oct.

69

3 in% Nov. 18
Nov. 15|
Nov. 24 109
Nov.
3
Nov. 221 94

3 109

Nov.

70

Nov.

Nov.

107% Jan.
110
Jan.
106% Jan.

Mar.
201 102
21 105% Jan.

5% Oct.
107

Nov.
107% Nov. 29 108
110% Nov. 16 110% Nov.

108% 111

.1963

...

...

6 106% Jan.
107
Feb.

15
27
15
19

m

112

110

10
96% July 22
Jan. 28
77% Jan. 14
122% Jan. 13
96
20
103

100% Nov, 29 107
5 111
109% Feb.
96% Oct. 19 106%
Mar. 17 112%
Nov. 23 108
Nov.
3 109
Apr. 27 116%
Nov.
8 109% Apr. 28 116%
Nov. 16
89% Oct. 19 103%
Nov.
1 115% Mar. 18 126
Nov.
100% Nov. 29 115%
Nov.
105% Nov. 26 123
Nov.
86% Nov. 26 107
Nov.
95% Nov. 26
Nov.
95% Nov. 26
Nov.
82% Oct. 19 111%
9 121%
Nov. 18 116% Oct.
Nov. 24 117%
Nov.
3 109

Nov.

Nov.

75% Mar. 17
105% Feb.

4

18 116%
Nov. 24 m*
Nov.
8
Nov.
Nov.
8
Nov. 19

Nov. 15
Nov. 5

5

Nov. 30

105%

for deb 6s A

3,000

Sale

26 102%
26 102%
24

88

102

110%

113%

113%

.1949

......

"s"666

107%
110%

.1945

1st 4 Ha aeries D

48,000

Sale

if*

.1942

3Ha series B guar g

Pitts Y A Ash 1st gen 4a ser A. .1948
1st gen 5s aeries B._
1962
1st gen 5s series C.......
.1974

291666

69%

80%
102%

.1942

584,000
54,000
10,000
512,000
46,000
35,000
2,000

70

"68"

Qt;

26

5

Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov.
8 107
Nov.
76% Nov. 24 87
Nov. 23 76% Nov.
70
Nov.
69
Nov. 27
97% Nov. 24 102% Nov.

104

Con 4H« series B guar
g
Con 4Ht series C
guar g
Con 4s series D guar g

2,000
29,000

6

107

Sale

78

84

108

"ilooo

69

Sale

107

Sale

111%

20,000
7,000
156,000

8''% Nov.
95% Nov.
95% Nov.
83 % Nov.
116% Nov.

68

Sale

75

91

109% 109

""7%

111% 101

.1940)

"2"666

Sale

88

73

71

P C C A St L g 4Hs series A

2,000

Sale

97

3

Nov.

Nov. 29
3
117
Nov.
100% Nov. 29 105%
105% Nov. 26

88% Sale
96% Sale

Sale

95

112

109% Nov. 30

113%

Pirelli f o (Italy) conv 7s_
...19
Pitts Coke A Iron cony 4%a A...19

7,000
13,000

108% Nov. 24

113

110

101%
109%
112%
112%
95%
117%

1

99% Nov.

103

...

16",660

Sale

122

Sale

Nov. 18

Nov.

.

Sale

Nov. 10

Feb.

20

101% May
104
May
103% Oct.
104% Apr.
95% Oct.

Nov. 10

4
4

104

Oct.

40

Jan.
Jan.

108
Aug. 13
19 101% Sept. 7

116% Apr.
80
Nov.

Nov. 18

17,105

105

103%
110

7

102
105

15
10
9
13

72% Oct.
90
July

80% Nov. 12
Nov. 3
92% Nov. 27 94
Nov.
3
42
Nov. 22 45
119% Nov. 9
119% Nov. 10
Nov. 12
80
Nov. 24 95

104%1102% Nov.24U03

105

23 102% Jan.

Nov.

89
74

90

Pennsylvania Co—
Guar 3H® coll tr ctfs ser B....19
11,000
Guar g 3Ha tr ctfs aeries C
1,000
19
3,000
Guar g 3Ha tr ctfs aeries D—19
12,000
40-year guar tr ctfs 4a Ser B..19
108,000
28-year 4s
19
141,000 Penn Dixie Cement 1st 4s A
14
24,000 Penn Glass Sand 1st mtge 4H>—19

85% Nov.
95
Sept.
Apr.
98% Apr.
108% Aug.
97
Oct.
99

98% Nov.

Paramount Pictures In©—

149,000
s 1 debenture 6s
1955
160,000
3 %a conv debenture
1947
31,000 Paris.Orleans RRExt s f A Ma. --1966
46,000 Panne lee Trans conv deb 6s
1944
5,000 Peterson A Passaic GAB 5s
194®
17,000 •Paulista Ry 1st A ref 7s aer A—1942

Highest
Sale Prices

Nov. 23

97

Sale

63

Sale

80

5

Nov.

106

65

Sale

4

90

101]

97% Sale

Sale

Sale

74

Nov.

1 102% Nov.

85% Nov. 23

85

—

106

98%

1955|F

f g 3a loan ctfa

I

93
94%
Sale 102% Sale
102
Sale
101% Sale

Panhandle Eastern Pipe L 4s A—1952
Paramount Broadway Corp—

25,000

90

86

101%

SalePrices

Sale Prices

Ask

Lowest
Sale Prices

Highest

Lowest

Nov. 30

1

Ask Bid

Bid

Ask\

102%
102% 103%
105 % Sale

-I'M

Pacific RR of Mo 1st nt 4a

Nov.

1937

EXCHANGE
Bid

S8~666

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

BONDS
N. Y. STOCK

EXCHANGE—BONDS

STOCK

N.

15

26

X. T. STOCK

DEC., 1937],
Sales in
November

BONDS

Value

H. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

29

EXCHANGE—BONDS

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

1

Jan. 2
<

N&,

Nov. 1

1937

Bid

Ask

Bid

Lowest

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Ask

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Highest
Sale Prices

St Louli Iron Mtn 9c South—

203,000
3,000

♦♦River 9c Gulf Dlv let 0 4«—1933 M N
♦Certificates of deposit—..

7,000 {♦St L Peofk N W 1st 5s
1948 i"i
3,000 St L Rky M & Pac 5s stmpd
-.1955 j J
{♦St Louis-San Francisco Ry—
J
443,000
♦Prior lien 4s series A
—1950 j

348,000
♦Certificates of deposit——
199,000
♦Prior Hen 5s series B
1950
77,000
♦Certificates of deposit
—
863,000
♦Con M
series A
1978
455,000
♦Certificates of deposit stamped
52,000 {St Louis Southwest 1st 0 4s
1989
5,000
♦2d Hold 4s Income bond.-Not 1989
140,000
♦♦1st terminal 8c unif 5s
.1952
152,000
♦Gen 9c ref 5s series A—-...1990
5,000 'it Paul 9c Dyluth 1st consoi 4s.. 1948
18,000 {♦Ht Paul B Grand Trunk 4Ms .1947
46,000 {♦St Paul 8c K C Short L guar 4 %sl941

85

Sale
90

63

67
77

58
59

45

Sale

19%
70%

22%
75

60

84 %

Sale

Sale
Sale

19%
73%

Sale
Sale

14 % Sale

13

Sale
13%

MS

13

Sale

MN

11% Sale
77
80

14
15%
13% Sale
12% Sale
11% Sale
69%

J

36

15
13

j "1

14 %

J

J

J

J

D

J

J

F

A

24%

J
1,000
tPacific Ext sterling guar 4s. 1940 J
78.000 ($t Paul Union Depot 1st 5s guar.1972 J J
120,000 linn Ant Ot Aran Pass 1st guar 4s.1943 1 J
47,000 San Antonio Public Serv 1st 6s A. 1952 J J
M N
57,000 San Diego Cons G 8c £1 4s...
-.1965

107%

39

45

35

31

J

J

13% Sale

29% Sale
21%
29

18% Sale
102
Sale
7
21
9%
10%

45%

Nov.
Nov. 30
Nov.
Nov. 15

55
59
20
74

3

Nov. 30

59

Nov. 30

Nov.

4

20

Nov. 15

70

Nov.
5
Oct. 26

11*

Nov. 12
Nov.
1

'8% Nov. 23

11% Nov.

37

9

17
96

,

Nov.

4

3

15% Nov. 29
14% Nov. 12

8

10

8

Nov. 19

10

8

Nov. 24

3

9% Oct
8% Nov.
36

Oct.

1

9% Nov. 17
Nov. 27

10

7

96

19 100

m
54

Nov.

8

0
Jan. 13
Mar.
8
Jan.

Nov.

11

Jan.

8
8
4

Feb.

19

Mar.

30x4 Mar.

25% Nov.
15% Oct.

Nov.

8

Jan.

33
36
33
33

Oct.

Nov. 13

24% Nov. 15

Jan.

85

10

11% Oct.
10% Oct.

Nov. 12

33

48

37% Mar.

Oct.

Nov. 15

89% Feb. 15
88% Feb. 17

10% Oct.

74

11*
40

Nov. 12 102

8%

9

59

Nov. 29

Nov.
Nov.\

Nov.

75

16

74

55

21

Nov. 23
10% Nov. 20
11% Nov. 23
Nov. 19
11
9% Nov. 23
12

25% Nov. 23

96

64% Nov.

Mar.
Jan.

8

8
18
Mar.
3
Feb. 20

109% Jan.
37
27

7% Oct.

.'it Paul Minn 9c Manitoba—
.

124

102%
113

110%

2,000 Santa Fe Prase ft Phenix 1st 5s..1942 M S
J
J
1,000 {♦iSchulco Go guar 6 Ms
1946

33,000
25,000
20,000

♦Stamped

"46""
42

...

♦Guar sinking fund 6 Ms B

1946

AO

♦Stamped
*clo Vail 9c N B 1st guar g 4s
1989 MN
♦{♦Seaboard Air Line 1st g 4s ..1950 A O
A O
175,000
♦♦Stamped 4s
.1950
F A
62,000
♦Adjustment 5s
....—Oct 1949
131,000
♦♦Refunding g 4s
...1959 A O
29,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........
986,000
♦1st ft cons 6s series A.......1945 M"S
217,000
♦Certificates of deposit—....
70,000
♦♦Attan-BIrm Div 1st g 4s.May 1933 m"s
{Seaboard-All Fie 1st 6s A

31

305.000

Sale

14

Sale

5

25
Sale
6

102% Nov.

118
Sale

117

Nov.

82

Nov.

92

109% Nov.

28

32

Nov,

109

111%
19%,
19 %
28%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

5

Nov.

6

Nov.

8

101% May

106% Jan.

113

124

Mar.
Nov.

82

108% Oct.
105% Apr.
Apr.
19% Nov.
19

.

11% Nov. 19
3% Nov. 23
6

8% Sale

Sale

Nov. 23
Nov. 26

7% Nov. 23
6% Nov. 24
19% Nov. 26

Sale

Sale

16% Nov. 12
5

7%
7%
10%
10%
21%

w
s*

Oct.

27% June
25
July

44

Nov.
Oct.

Nov.

3

2% Oct.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3
1
1
1
5

5

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

5

4
3
4

11
29

14

Feb.

15

Jan.

22

43% Feb, 15
121
Jan.
2
35% Feb. 17
36% Mar. 8
13% Mar. 8
20% Mar. 6

Oct.

13
10

Jan.

103% Mar.
112% Jan.

110

110

6% Sale

5

32

16

Sale

21

Nov. 20

22% Nov. 29
32

6

27

5

Nov.

Sale

21

Nov. 15

Nov. 23

10 % Sale
10H Sale

38

Nov. 22
Nov.

13

Sale

9

5

Nov. 13
Nov.
1

28

30% Sale
111%
14%
25
14% Sale
7

Sale
Sale
Sale

M

110

108

4

Sale

35

83

109 % Sale
109% 110
Sale
108
108% 109
112
112% 113
33
19%
30
21
24
19% 23

33
33

102% Nov.

104
114

111
21

13

....

Sale

110%

"2",660

....

92%

31

44
Sale
Sale

-----

102% 104
118% 119

Oct.

5% Oct.
6% Oct.

20

23% Mar.

6
5

6% Oct.

22% Mar.
38% Jan,

5
7

17

Oct.

Mar.

1935

13 %

♦Certificates of deposit........

8erles B
1935
3,000
♦Certificates of deposit........M S
418,000 Shell Union Oil deb 3%s
1951

5% Sale

Sale

4% Nov. 19

5% Nov. 13

3% Oct.

19

14% Jan.

8

14% Jan.

15
8

...

Shlnyetsu B1 Pow 1st eMs...
1952 J D
J
♦♦Siemens Ac Halskesec s f g 7s.. 1935 I
46,000
♦Debenture s f 6 Ms ..........1951 M S

6,000
60,000
166,000
71,000
233,000

♦Silesia Eiec Corp 6^1.. .......1946 F A
Sileslan Am Corp coll tr g 7s
..1941
Simmons Co conr deb 4s
.....1947

13%
101

80
102 M

60M

13%

•

4% Nov. 24
98% Nov.
1

4% Nov.
96

Nov.

70%

56 M

WA

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

106% 106%

58

20%
76

61%
24%
81

59% Nov, 20
2054 Nov, 26
75

Nov.

5

61% Nov. 19
22% Nov. 9
80
Nov. 19
93% Nov.
1

84
Nov, 26
Sale
91
94^4
94% Nov, 23 97 % Nov.
9 1065a Nov.
106 % Sale
105% Nov,
84 %

1 102
3 107%
3 107M
Nov. 26 102%
99% 101% 100
90 % Sale
90% Nov. 30 95%

100% Sale

101 %

Sale

107%

1965 F A
J
54,000 Southern Colorado Power 1st g 6« *47 J
J D
72,000 Southern Kraft Corp 4%s
1946

106% 107

107

1st mtge 8c ref 4s

102

105 M 106

95 %

Sale

Sale

107

93
100

1

Oct.

Sale

-----

Sale

100% Nov,
106 % Nov.
106 % Nov.

-

102

Nov. 16

Nov. 24
Nov. 16
Nov. 3
Nov. 1

Jan.

>-9% Apr.

Jan.

9

Jan.

20
3

100

50% Jan.
18% Mar.

73

25%
82%
102%
102%
107%

Jan.
84
Nov.
94% Oct.
68

100% Apr.
118
Apr.

116

125

4% Nov.
54% Oct.

56%
98%

83

98,000 Southern Bell Tel 8t Tel 3%s,.—1962 A O
12,000 Southern Calif Gas4M*——
1961 M S
49,000

5

97% Sale

Sale

23

68
102 M

Skelly Oil debenture 4s
......1951
Socon7-Vacuum Oil deb 3%«
—1950
South Ac Nor Ala gu 5s———.—1963

4%

130

Mar.

Aug.

Aug.

5
11
9

Jan.
Jan.
Jan,

6
23

Feb.

6

Nov. 16
2 102
Mar. 23 107% June
6

98% July
105

101% Apr.

89% Oct.

10 107% Aug. 18
20
19 100% Aug. 14

94% Oct.

20

100

Nov. 26 106% Jan.

Southern Natural Gas—
1st mtfie pipe line 4Ms—---1951 A O
25.000
208,000 Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug. '49 J D
1st 4Ms (Oregon Lines) ser A..1977 M 8
214,000
Gold 4Ms
281,000
1968 M 8
Gold 4Ms
569,000
May 1 1969 M N
« N
615,000
Gold 4M«
1981
579,000
10-year secured 3%s———...1946 J J
San Francisco Term 1st 4s..—1950 A O
83,000
332,000 South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4s
1955 J J

248",606
710,000
366,000
443,000

1,000

36,000

108

ill*

77,000
33,000
130,000
3,000
230,000
384,000
7,000
300,000

Sale
Sale

72

Sale
61% Sale

58% Nov.

69

Nov.

69%

Nov.

61% Sale
85 % Sale

57

69

Nov.

57

Sale

69

110M

Sale

92%

Sale
Sale

Sale

105

Sale

97% Sale

Sale

82

Sale

79

Sale
Sale

45

Nov.

55

53

Nov.

69% Nov.

O

101% Sale

Sale

61

J

102

105

J

102

103 M

S

103
91

...

M S

1960 J

J

♦Adjustment Income Ss...Jan I960 A
♦♦Third Are RR 1st gold 5s
1937 J

O

J

109 V
105

"93"
Sale
106 %
33 %

85
100

Sale

J

78
87%
107% 108 % 107 %
Sale
100 %
100
18
15
16%
102
102% 102
Sale
99%

Tol St L 8c West 1st g 4s
—1950 A O
Tol W Va 8c Ohio 1st guar 4s C..1942 M S
Tor Ham 9c Buff 1st 4s.
1946 I D

—1949 M

!
46,000 Trl-ContfnT Corp con? deb 5s ser A*53

5,000 Tyrol Hydro-Rlec Power 7 Me.—1956
Guar sec sf 7s
.....1952
14,000
—

8
J

M N
F

A

Union Electric (Mo) 3%a

♦{♦Union Eler Ry Chic 1st 5s

1962
1945

20
121

Union Oil Cal 30-yr 6s ser A May 1942

1952
Union Pac RR let Ac land gr g 4s. 1947
First Ac refunding 4s..
June 2008 M 8
.....June 2008 M 8

■

Sale

Sale
Sale

121M

U5% U5%
109 M 109 %
113 M 115
101

Sale

107M

10T

For footnotes




see page

80

109%

109"

117
Sale
88
Sale

Sale
Sale

104%

il4""

106 %
117 H

II1%

65

Nov. 20 100

Nov.

Nov. 20

24]

Nov. 22 100% Nov. 12
Nov.
1
88% Nov, 15

83

91

82 '.

90% Sale
109% 110%
37

Sale

82%

"3l%

114
Sale

ll6"~Nov."26 116% Nov.

26

108% Nov. 12 109% Nov,

8
1

88

Nov. 16

103% Nov. 26 105

Nov,
Nov 12

Jan.

5

83

Nov} 26

82

Sale

Nov. 22

6% Sale

82
Sale

Sale

76% Nov. 30

Sale

99%

61

Sale

102

Sale

60% Sale
99% 100

6

Nov.

„%*

Oct.

19 126

Jan.

2l

19 105

82% Oct.

104

Jan.
Jan.

IS

Jan.

6

Jan.

6
1!
It
A

109%
118%
111%
108%
105%

Mar.

115

Apr.
105% Mar.
88
100

Nov.

3

83

Nov.

5

82

Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.

3

30

Nov.

1

110

5% Oct.
76% Nov.
96% Oct.

9

Nov. 18
79
9 100% Nov. 18

Nov.
4
62% Nov. 18
99% Nov. 26 102% Nov. 15
60

Nov.
Nov.

!<§%

81% Nov.
107% Apr.

51

Oct

Oct.

Jan.
Feb.

lfl

Jan.
Jan. 2i
128% Jan. 12
106% Feb. 11
Jan. 1(
Jan.
A
110% Aug. 31
1
73% Feb.
A
46% Feb.
101% Jan. 11
I
101% Aug.

Apr.
Apr.

110% Nov.

Nov.

9

83

Jan.

-9

99% Nov. 26 108% Jan.

0

Jan.

15

96

93%

93%

Mar.

93% Oct.

105

110% Nov. 24 116% Nov. 16

7% Sale

.....

91

90
Nov. 30
88%
81% Nov. 29 92
106% 109% Nov. 9 109%
Sale
31% Nov. 19 37%
Sale

95

100

106

104%

90%

104%
116%
105

96%
94 %

IIIII

103" 104"

Sale

109

116%

97%
97

104

Nov. 23 104% Nov.

105

Nov

117

'SB

Sale

Sale
96% 100
95%

mi

118
Sale

Sale
111% Sale
107% 105% Sale
114%
114
Sale
92% Sale
Sale
92% Sale
106%
106
107
Sale

51

9

Sale

102%
116

-----

1

85% Nov, 29
97

Nov

4

116""

Nov.

97% Nov. 4<
98% Nov, 23

Nov.
Nov.
4
78
72% JS,'A 70% 31* 72
Sale
105% Nov. 18 106% Nov.
105% Sale 106
11% Nov.
11%
11% Nov. 16
13
11%
11%

106

M N

deb 5s... 1950 A o
A O

Feb.
9
Jan.
1
Jan.
4
Feb. 20

Sept. 25 103

-----

108%

35-year 3%s debenture

Stoiff^s—1952,

99

104 %

1<>8%

34-year 3Me debenture.—.....1970
(Amer)

8

115

91

Sale

Sale

Biscuit

12
16

3

96 %

101M

101

United

8
15

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

3 122% Nov.

Sale

108

O

United Cigar-Whelan

Feb.

122% Nov.

70

119

A

.....1971

Mar. 23 109%
98% Oct. 21 106%
40
11% Oct. 19
100% Nov. 17 106%
102

20
8

114%

Sale

111M

Sale

85% Feb.
Feb.

4

0
20

1
1

100

83

3M* debentures

1st lien Ac r*l 5s.—

1

19

Nov. 23 105%
55% Nov. 23 110%
101% May 21 105%
Sept. 29 103
100
Oct. 21 105
78
Nov. 30
95%

22
2

Nov.
83
5 106% Nov.

Sale

Sale

121% 123
88 %
91
89 %
v.0M
90%

Ujlgawa Elec Power secured 7a—1945

Nov-

107%

102 %
107 M
122%

1 100

79

8*

20 100% Feb.
23 112% Jan.

22

104% Nov.

100%

110%

Nov.

Nov.
3
Nov. 30
78
85
107% Nov. 12 108% Nov. 4
Nov. 13
99% Nov. 23 102
12% Nov. 26 16% Nov. 3
3
100% Nov. 17 102% Nov.
98% Nov. 8 99% Nov. 30

86
83% Sale.
105% 107 % 105
116%

126% 155""
105 % Sale
106% J06%
108
108%
109
1 9%

76

Nov.

1
1

97% Jan.

24 102% Jan.
20 109% Jan.
24 108% Jan

105% Sale

105 %

108

Sale
Sale
Sale

97

107% 108
105 % Sale

D

Sale

100

103%

104%
102%
108% 110%

D

Bg

97

104
101

I

74

55% Nov.

1

Nov. 15

23

9 102
Jan.
2
Nov. 20 103
Aug. 23
Feb. 17
59% Oct. 19 159
9 107% June 16
102% Mar.

83

125% 126

J

—

87% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Feb.
Nov.
Oct.

114%

Sale
Sale

68
38 M
101

:::::

100

107

Hf*

63

Nov.

84%
103%
85%
100%

5
11
21
22

106% Sale

Sale

114%

3

88%

93 %

J

Trenton Gas Ac Elec 1st 5s

98% Nov.

51%
60%

Gen Ac ref 5s series C
....1979 A
Gen Ac ref 5s ser D
.........1980 J

1952

Nov. 20

Sale

Texas Ac Pacific 1st g 5s.........2000 J
Gen ref 5s ser B
........1977 A

Tidewater Assoc Oil deb 3 Me

106

98

98

105

Ms A..1964

Sale

92% Nov.

84% Nov.
103 % Nov.
85% Nov.

Sale

Staten 1st Ry 1st gu g 4 Me.
1943 I D
J
♦Studebaker Corp conv deb 6s—1945 i
M 8
Swift 8c Co 1st M 3%s
1950

Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 5

89 %

104

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

33
106 M

Third Are 1st raf 4s.

103

58

Sale

102

..

8,000
228,000
2,000
26,000
295,000
248,000
293.000
46,000
125,000
128,000
78,000
95,000

Sale

Nov. 23
99% Jan.
68% Nov. 23 100% Jan.
Jan.
58% Nov. 23 98
58
Nov. 23
97% Jan.

65

Nov.

Sale

A

F

.1961 J

Standard Oil N J deb 3s

Tokyo Rloctric Light (Ltd)
1st Mb I Series
645,000
.June 15 1953
26,000 Toledo 8c Ohio Cent ref 9c Imp 3*** *60

20,000

80

Sale

50,000 Tenn Coal Iron Ac RR gen Ss._...1951 J J
Tenn Copper A Chem—
Conv deb 6s series B
......1944 M 8
19,000
168,000 Tenn Elec Power 1st 6s series A..1947 J
Term RR Assn of St L 1st g 4Me—1939 A
12,666 First cons g 5s...............1944 F
Gen ref s f gold 4s
37,000
1953 I
11,000 1 exarkana 8c F S Ry 5Me A guar.1950 F
460.000 Texas Corp deb 3Me.—.........1951 J
Texas Ac N O cons g 5s ..........1943 I

53",000

68% Nov.

99

D

Staley (A E) Mfg 1st mtge 4s..... 1946

101% Feb.

65

Sale

80
O

1938 M S

Mobile 9c Ohio coll tr 4s

76% Nov.

Sale

70M

78%

Sale

105 M

121.000 Southw Bell Tel 3 M* series B—..1964 J D
S'western Gas 8c Biec 4s ser D...1960 MN
J
{♦Spokune Internat 1st g 5s....1955 I

116,000
50,000
172,000
490,000
10,000
349,000
130.000

Nov.

Nov.

96

70 %

Sale

Sale

4s

stamped....——————...1955
Southern Ry l«t cons 5s .......1994
Derel 9c gen 4s series A.......1956
Devel ft gen 6s series A.......1956 A
Derel Ac gen 6 Ms series A.....1956 A
Memphis Dlv 1st g 5s.......—1996
St Louis Dlv 1st g 4s.........1951
Bast Tenn reorg Uen 5s._—...1938 M

94% Nov.

94%
99

99!
95!
94j
94!
102!
109!

Nov.
117% Nov. 3 118
104% Nov. 23 106% Nov.

110%

Nov.

8 112% Nov.

Nov. 22 107% Nov.
113% Nov. 16 115% Nov.
90% Nov. 23 94% Nov.
91% Nov. 20 94% Nov.
105% Nov. 8 106% Nov.
Nov. 30
51
64% Nov.
104

104

"Apr". ".28 i07%~Jac"~7
Apr.
Oct.

14 119
123

21

Sept.

8

Mar.

8

90
90

Jan.
4 101% Aug. 10
Mar. 22 100
Aug.
0

69

Oct.

102% Oct.

1^6%

Oct.

Apr

101
110

Oct.
Mar

103

Apr.

111% Jan

90% Nov.
91% Oct

105% May
51

Nov.

97% June 29
106% Nov. 15
23
121

Jan.

25

7
ft Jan.
114% Mar. 10
116% Jan. 15
109% Jan
116% May
101 % Jan.
2
101% Jan

>1

100

lime

64% Nov.

5

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-BONDS

30
Sales in
November
Value

1937

Bid

Sale

234,000 Warner Bros Pictures cony deb 6sl939
116,000 }♦Wart en Bros Go deb 6a._.....-1941
Warren R R 1st ref ftu ft 3*4«~ ..2000
Wash Cent Ry 1st ft 4s.........1948
11,000 Wash Term 1st ftuar 3>4»-------*945
1st 44-year ftuar 4s... 4....... 1945
4,000
..1939
6,000 Wash Wat Pow 1st ref 5s
20,000 Wettchester Liftht gold 5s....... 1956
149.000
Gen mtfte 3*48----—...1967
1963
20,000 West Penn Power 5s series E
1st mtfte ft 4s series H———.1961
7,000
75.000
1st mtfte 3*4s series I—..——1966

M

8

J

145}f 150

i

10654

30

Sale

..

Nov.

1

89
Nov.
1 108*4 Nov.

1

81*4 Nov. 26
Nov.

112
98

104

66
83*4
Sale
104*4 Sale

71

Sale
4354
68*4
93*4

.....

88
.....

"85""

63

71

97*4

58

99

40*1

Sale

91

—...

Sale

1454

34
ao

11*
l\H

ao

108
96

83*4

m s

"l4"" Sale"

Sale

65

Nov. 24
Nov.

5

72
38

Nov. 19
Nov. 15

.....

.....

.....

Nov. 20
Nov. 16

1454 Nov.

1054 Nov. 22

14*4 Nov.

11
10

13*4 Sale
Sale

1254 Sale

11

14

"*15"" "12*4 Sale"

85*4

81*4

8954

161*4 Sale"

10
100

71

85

Sale

41

Sale

37

Nov, 26
35*4 Nov. 23
77

Sale

Nov. 27

Nov. 10
Nov.
Nov.

1
4

Nov.

85

1

.....

110*4

—...

1071

107*4 Nov.

810754 Nov.

a

112

.....

108*4

109

Nov.

6 109*4 Nov.

J

109

110

105*4
121 *4
9954
11954

Nov. 16 106
\Nov.
Nov. 12,121*4 Nov.
41101
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov, 3 120
Nov. 29 110*4 Nov.
4 10754 Nov.
Nov.

j

J

106

Sale

38

Sale
Sale

j

J

j

j

I

105
11154 112
107*4 Sale
108*4 Sale
Sale
22

J

h*
94

M S

106

M

P

a

MN

18314

j

35

mn

36

j

.....

102*4
104*4

36*4
Sale

d

j

j

61
105

j

j

10254 10354

A

O

j

j

li3"" 115""

j

j

35*4 Sale

63*4

32*4
25*4 Sale
21

Sale

99

22

93*4 Sale
100

96

Sale

¥

1754

20*4
8*4

22*4
954

1954
754
10154
93*4

10

e18*4

Sale
20

24

28

69

92*4 100 h

22*4

104

Si*
72

Sale

85

88*4 Nov. 23 9554
96*4 Nov. 29 100*4
Nov. 16 10754
107
Nov?i24
17
1954
Nov. 24
17
19*4
98

Sale

20*4

9754 Sale
90*4
10854
1354 Sale
11*4

Sale
Sale
Sale

71*4

10*4

{♦Worcester A Conn Bast Ry 4 *4sl943

p

80*4 70
80
65
72
107*4 108
107*4
111
111*4

102

31
mn

10754 hi*
20

19

9554

J

..

10754 109
19*4 Sale
19
18*4

75*4 Sale
7254 Sale

112*4

f

90*4 Sale
96*4

100
70

Sale

110
106

Sale
100*4 103
95

106*4 107
11154

8

Sale

101

121
119
11954 120
108
110*4
10754 Sale
105*4 107

12254 123*4
108*4 109*4
10854 109

}"~J 104*4

Fund Be real est 4H* gold..... 1954 mn
Gold 5s
..........1951 j d
Gold 5s
W....1964 m s

Sale

41

6

43*4 Mar.

Mar. 10

.8*

Nov.
Nov.

Mar. 17
Mar. 31
Mar. 16
Feb.
8

40
90

78

99*4

Mar. 12

19
19

76

Jan.
Jan.

19

80

Feb.

25
14
10
9

Nov.

4

66*4
70*4
67*4
2054

Nov. 24
Nov. 22

100,
72*4

3
17

June 30 11054 Jan.
7
Oct.
Feb. 25
7

10

Mar. 24 mu Jan.

16

Apr.

30
13

19
Apr.
1 123*4
Feb. 11 111*4
Mar. 23 10954

5
30

Nov.

Nov.

3
3

Nov.

May

Nov. 15

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 15
Nov,
1

Nov. 29

22

3

3
3
Nov. 19

Sept.
Sept.
Mar.

Nov.
Mar.

7

Nov. 22

2§g

102*4 10154 Nov. 22 102
Sale
Nov. 26
92
Nov.
8
87*4 90
5 108*4
108*4 109*4 10854 Nov
Sale
14
12*4 Nov. 29 15*4
Sale
12
1154 Nov. 29
Sale
9
854 Nov. 12
20
8*4
28
654

Nov. 10
Nov. 15
Nov.

Nov.

tlH Nov

9
1

4

Nov. 23
Nov. 12
Nov. 12

Nov.

Jan.
Jan.

6

2
19
Mar.
3
Jan. 20
Jan. 13

Jan.

Jan.

8
6

18
Mar. 8

103*4 Jan.
105

19

10*4 Oct. 20
1154 Nov. 29
6*4 Oct. 19

6

Mar.

47

19

47
7
Nov. 22
62
10154 Nov. 22 104
92
Nov. 26 104*4
89
Oct. 20 10054
106*4 Mar. 25 115

12*t Oct.

11
4

Jan.

96

Nov.
Nov.

12*4 Oct.

7

107*4 Nov.
113*4 Feb.

Apr.

Nov, 12

8

June *5
Jan. 23
Feb. 19

25
100

Nov.

7

Jan.

40

Oct.

9

Sept.
Jan.

39
104
111
107
109

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov, 27 78
Nov. 20 73
Nov.
8
107*4 Nov. 8 107*4 Nov. 8
Nov.
8 111*4 Nov. 10
111*4
84*4 Nov: 26 93*4 Nov. 3

17*4 Nov. 26

Jan.

111

Nov.

13
22

Nov. 30

106
108

Nov. 26

96

Jan

?loiM

1

Nov.
76*4 Nov.
Nov.
74

Nov. 23

^

Nov.

44*4
Sale

Oct.

UK
68

92

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Feb.

100

10754
109*4
106
106!! 105*4 107
121*4 121K 121*4 121*4
100

Mar. 17
Mar.
5

44

Oct.

67*4 Oct.

47*4 Nov. 10

a

126*4 Sale

Nov.

10*4 Oct.
1054 Nov.
10*4 Oct.
10
100

22

3
106*4 Feb.
81
Apr.
5
8
71*4 Jan.
9954 Jan. 27
44*4 Mar. 8
41*4 Mar. 6

June

10*4 Oct.

70

70
100

j

10

Jan,

Aug. 19 102*4 Feb.

78

7954 Sale

81

Nov. 27
10
Nov. 26 104*4
75
Nov. 18 86

68*4 Nov. 24

71
78

Q M

8

1

10*4 Nov. 26 "14" ""Nov .""i
10% Nov. 29 1054 nov: 29
Nov. 3
10*4 Nov. 23 14

1254 Sale

69

86

Aug.
July
9754 Jan.
1054 Oct.

12

77*4
102*4

j

1

Nov. 30

16

98*4 Jan. 21

60
60

Sale

Sale
Sale

103*4 Jan.

82*4 Feb.
97

Sale

104
75

Nov.
Nov.

94
55
55
91

——

14

97 h

65
30

12

Jan. 30
Feb. 27
10154 Feb. 10
8
107*4 Jan
67
110

Oct.

30

2

Mar. 17

4

Apr.

65

21

Jan. 27

4154 Jan.

Oct.

103

Jan,
Jan.

10954 Jan. 11

Apr.

12

40
Sale

45

Mar.

Apr.
8
July 20
113*4 Jan. 27
5*4 Jan. 15

Oct.

84

70
40

65*4
32*4

9
Feb. 18
Mar. 3
Mar. 8
Mar.
Mar.

111

Mar.

8

7
8
11

111

81*4 Nov.
107*4 Oct.

104" ""Nov." "i 104k Nov.~l9 101

39
39

99*4 Sale
73
79**

8

.....

11

3954

m

Sept. 10 170
Nov. 26 107
Jan. 20 33
23*4 Oct.
9 32
19*4 Oct. 20 32
86
Nov. 29 105*4
84
Nov. 24 106
41
, Aug.
20 69
41
Aug. 20 67*4
22

104*4 Mar.

12 54

Jan.
Jan.

100

Nov." 12
109*4 108*4 Nov. 15 10954 Nov. 23
Nov. 8
45
Nov. 8 45
45
Nov. 4
103
Nov. 4 103
103

103

s

~3954

109
40

115
100

10651 Sale

8

J

9 114
36

Nov. 29

"2 *4"Nov." "5

""154 Nov'30

Sale" ""9 *4 "Nov."23

48
110

M

d

19 10354 Jan.

Nov.

4

1054

40

m

f

1

109
23
106

Sept.
154 Nov.

70

Sale

FA

84 *

3
14

108*4 Sale

Sale

m

50*4 Nov. 23
50*4 Nov. 20

154 Sale

2*4
10

Sale

96 h
85
102
77
67

A O
A O

Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov.
1

Nov. 29
Nov. 24

86
84

Sale

79

72*4 Oct.

106*4 Nov. 24 110*4 Nov.
100
Nov. 26 10454 Nov.
Nov. 22
24*4 Nov. 1 27
25*4 Nov. 12 2554 Nov. 24
Nov. 20
22*4 Nov,' 4 27

Sale

51

Sale

38

.

Sale

73 X Nov. 24 82*4 Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 9 109
Nov.
23
Nov. 29 26

87
Sale

87
51

54

Sale

103*4

j"d

Sale Prices

110

FA

pa

Highest

Sale Prices

108

♦Assented....................

93,000
20,000
172,000
Cony debenture 354®
20,000
1947
2,000 Winston-Salem S B 1st 4s.......1966
120,000 {♦Wisconsin Cent 1st ften ft 4s..1949
♦Certificates of deposit......
66,000
35,000
♦♦Sup Be Dul Dly Be Tor 1st 4S.1936
♦Certificates of deposit—......

Sale

54*4

26
26
Sale

25
25
25
86

89

m n

A O

25*4
Sale

92*4 Sale

6554 Sale

{♦Western Pacific 1st 5s ser A...1946 m

♦Westphalia Un El Pow 6s....... 1953
West Shore 1st 4s guar.........2361
Registered...................2361
Wheeling Be Lake Erie Ry 4s D..1966
Wheel Br L Erie RR 1st con ft 4s..l949
Wheeling Steel Corp 4*4 s ser A..1966
White Sewing Machine deb 6s...l940
{♦Wickwire-Spencer Steel 1st 7s. 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank........
{♦Wickwire-Span St'l Co 7s. Jon 1935
Ctfs dep Chase Nat Bank..:..
{♦ Wllkes-Barre Be Bast 1st ftu ft 5s 1942
Wilmar Be Sioux Falls 1st 5s.... 1938
Wilson Be Co 1st M 4s ser A—..1955

19
91

1035
Sale

69

j

101*1 Sale'

Sale

105*4 105 54

j

107*4

Sale

M

Sale
27

Lowest

Sale Prices

109

25

22

35
Sale

22

io§h

West Maryland 1st ft 4s.........1952 AO
j
First Be ref 5)4s series A......1977 j
West N Y Be Penn Gen gold 4s... 1943 a o

Western Union coll tr 5s........1938

X

"25""

"36*4

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask
Sale

Ask Bid
Sale
75*4

11054 108*4 110
.,

44,000 Vanadium Corp (Am) cony fa—1941 a o
6,000 Vandalla coneol « 4a A--.------1955 f A
Coneol 4e Serlee B
....1957 mn
23",666 ♦♦Vera Cruz & Pacific let 4*4s—1934 j j
j
j
•♦July 1914 coupon off.. ——
129",066 ♦Vertlentee Sugar 7a ctfs—1942 j d
45,000 Virginia El & Pow 4a eer A
1955 mn
J
2.000 Valron Goal Be Coke let ft 5a.—1949 M 8
Va Be Southwest let ftuar 5a
2003 j j
a 0
Plrst cons 5s
—. 1958
223",000 Virginian Ry let Be ret 354* set A. 1966 m 8
117,000 £♦ Wabash RR 1st gold 5e
....1939
81,000
♦Second gold 5s... ...........1939
♦1st lien 54-year gold term 4a. 1954
♦Det Be Gh Ex 1st ft 5a
1941
♦Dee Molnea Dly let ft 4e..
1939
♦Omaha Dly 1st ft 3*4s
1941
♦Tol Be Chic Dly 1st ft 4e
1941
237,000 t♦Wabash Ry ref Be gen 5Us A.. 1975
10,000
♦Certificates of deposit
195.000
♦Ref Be gen 5s (Feb *32 coup) B.1976
♦Certificates of deposit.....
228.656
♦Ref Be ften 4*4 s series G .....1978
10,000
♦Certificates of deposit.....
♦Ref Be ften 5s series D. ......1980
242,000
♦Certificates of deposit..—
1,000
101,000 Walker (Hiram) G Be W deb 4*4s.1945
108,000 Walworth Co let mtfte 4s..
1955
6s debentures....——1955
11,000

82

Lowest

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

Ask

261,000 United Draft Go (Del) 5s—...—1*53
3,000 UNJ RR'A Canal Go ften 4a
1944
26,000 *|«Untted Ryi St L let ft 4a—
109,000 U S Pipe Ac Fdy conv deb 3*4 s
1946
656,000 V 8 Rubber let A cef 5e aerlea A—1947
65,000 ♦United Steel Wke ft 6*4* eer A—1951
3,000
H)ja eerleeC—
1951
91,000
♦Slnklnft fund deb 4He eer A—1947
96,000 Utah Liftht A Trac let Be ret 5e—1944
438,000 Utab Power Be Liftht let 5e...*—1944
215,000 {♦Utilities Pow Be Ltft deb ft 5*4«-1947
325,000
{♦Debenture 5s...------------1959

56,000

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

Jan. 2

$

391,000
162,000
8,000
162,000
75,000
133,000
170,000
161,000
355,000
33,000
78,000
11,000
3,000
8,000
301,000
17,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Price

bonds
m. t. stock exchange

Mar. 8
Jan. 12
June 15

Aug. 19
Aug. 27
7

Jan.

35*4 Jan.
3254 Jan.
2554 Jan.

2

10*4 Oct.

15

24

Jan.

7

6

Oct.

15

7

Oct.

8
4
7
15

96

Oct.

19 105

Jan.

5

Younftstown Sheet A Tube—

484,000

1st mtfte s f 4s series

C..——.1961 MN

t Accrued Interest payable at
rate of 54.8484 to the £ sterling.

the

n

exchange

100*4 Sale

104*4 Sale

96*4 Sale

96

Nov. 24 10054 Nov.

Under the rule sales, oniy transactions of the

current month

and not included in year's range.

z

The following deferred delivery sales were trans,
acted during the current month and are not
■

{ Companies

,

reported as being in bankrutpcy,
receivership, or being reorganized under Section 77
of the Bankruptcy Act. or securities assumed by
such companies.
♦

♦

Bond selling flat

Deferred delivery sales, only transactions of
and not included in year's
■




1

■

e

the current month,
range.

Cash sales, only transactions of the current

;:y x Ex-interest

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

1 Called for redemption
a

r

month, and not included in year's range.

w-

included in the monthly

yy'

•

T.

y.;. y: yy,

following
cash
sales
were
transacted
during the current month and are not »ncluded in the monthly or yearly range:

Agric. Mtge. Bank 6s, 1948, Nov. 26, at 20*4.
Denmark 5*4s, 1955, Nov. 26, at 100.
Fla. Cent. & Pen. 5s, 1943, Nov. 12, at 51*4.
Framerican 7*4s, 1942, Nov. 26, at 106*4.
French Rep. 7*4s, unstamped, 1941, Nov. 22*
at 9234.
^
7s,.1952, Nov. 29, at 56*4• a
Kresge Foundation 4s, 1945, Nov. 23, at 96. "1
N. Y. Rys. 6s, stamped. 1958, Nov. 30, at 90.

Italian Pud. Util.

No sales.'

.

or yearly range:

Adriatic Elec. 7s, 1952, Nov. 22, at 75.

,

•"'

;

The

1

New York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF STOCK PRICES DURING NOVEMBER 1937
Stock Sales
November

1936

1937

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

Bond Sales
November

60,467,182
447,446,692

29,264,626
381,042,190

1937

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

In Accordance with a rule ortie acock ffltchange, effective Oct, 3 1915.
lots except in the case of stocks which sell only in a small way.

all stores

are tow quoted

1936

$172,494,000
2,694,532,000
Prices

lollars ner <thare

are

$290,696,000
3,220,996,000
on

basis of 100-share

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
regulor monthly raoge are shown in a footnote in the month in whloh they ooour.
No account Is taken of such sales in computing the range for the year.

SALES

AQQREQATE
In

Since

November

Shares

<

21.300

2,800

800

700

11,100
75,500
3,100
96,800

458,900

864,800

35,000
152.700
63.200
163.600
4.500

110

126,190
5,580

290

1,800

366.700
16.700
206.800
36,800
297,800
12,300
25.400

110

270

6,100
15,800
7.600

202,000
218,550
214,300
4,910
443,300
11,400

26,100
2,100
22,100
4,500
45,500
300

460

35.200
4

260

10,100
36,400
3.200

2$50Q
11,300

27,700
1,000
1,100
207.000
19,900
29,300

230,600
20

90,900
11,100
5,500
11,600
1,870
142,200
1,500
2,970
60

54,200
12,200
6,900
1,900
1,000
86.256
10,800
23,300
3,000
24.600
174,000
1,300
14,600

&
400

519,700
3,500
11,400
510

1,498,40,
185.701
250,000
62,900
74,800
567.700
72,200
60.700
209,900
63.000
255,400
368.700
43,000
312,100
211,600
411.700
7,100
11,480
1,802.100
130.900
;

162.900

65
Sale
25* Sale
35*
36
3 * Sale
Sale

4

Sale

Allia Chalmers Mfg

14* Sale

Lowest

Ask

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale

37

58
65.

37
46

Sale

11*

Sale

9

Sale

w*
23

Sale

19

Sale

19

Nov. 22

21

Sale

21*

Sale

21

Nov. 24

1*
56*
1*

Sale

1*

Sale

1* Nov. 16
44* Nov. 24

Lowest

58

Sale
Sale

37*
43*

II*

Nov.

8

7* Nov. 23

1* Sale

Nov. 19

1

38* Nov.

36

Nov.

Mar.

8

49

Nov.

37

Nov. 26

Mar.

0

59

Nov.

44

Nov. 22

Aug. 13

7*
17*
16*
1*
44*
*

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

Mar. 11

Oct.

23
19
19
15
24
19

97

,

Nov. 26

Nov. 22

37
44

Sale

50

36

6%

preferred.......50

cum

Amerada Corp.

Mar. 11

11* Nov.
Nov.

74

Sale

11* Sale

10* Nov

1% Sale

1* Nov.
12* Nov.

.

23

6

12* Nov.

8

(Del)

American Bank Note..

5*%

conv

47
47

—

American Can..........—25

Preferred..............100
Amer Car Ac Foundry....— *

100

SB

Sale
Sale

11

15*

Sale

Sale

17

*

Sale

Sale

21*
10*

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
85

4
34

5
36 J*
Sale

67
66
68 %
69*
139
141%

117

Sale

172% 173
Sale

59

95%

5% preferred........a..100
of

Co

25

County, N J

15*
11*
59*
47*

Sale

62

Sale

100

Amer Encaustic Tiling.....1

European Securities

American Express Co
vm Ac Foreign Power

*

...100

.....—*
*
*

.......

>6 preferred

20*

Corp.......*
*

.......

__10f

A Metals

14

Sale

14

Sale

3*
23

25*
65*

64*

Sale

*

55

58

Power Ac Light

*

4*% conv preferred...100
Amer Safety Razor
18.50

....100

Preferred

American Rolling Mill.....25

American Seating Co

*

...

American Ship Building
*
Amer Smelt Ac Refining,*
...........
.......

114
25

6% preferred...........100
*

Foundries....

90.300 American Stores......... 'II*
81,500 American Sugar Refining. 100
Preferred
100
13,000
54,000 Amer Sumatra Tobacco...
100
624,656 Amer Telep At Teleg
.25
108,000 American Tobacco
..25
Class B
316,100
100
26,900
6% preferred...
*
519,100 American Type Founders.
1,256,900 tm Wat Wks Ac El
9,200
$6 1st preferred........
385,000 American Woolen........
.......

100

....

1,834,200 Amer Zinc, Lead Ac Smelt.
49.000
15 prior conv pref......
4,406.300 Anaconda Copper
28,500 Anaconda Wire At Cable..
206,000 Anchor Cap Corp
>6.50 conv preferred....
3,430
...

...

40

Nov.

1

10

Nov.

1
3

6* Oct. 18
49* Nov. 26
34
Oct. 19

Nov.

Nov. 12

55

158;/
Sale

Sale
150

23*

60

Sale

Jan.

7
25

Oct.

19

5* Feb. 18
59* Feb. 11
59
Feb. 11
58* Feb. 17
52* Feb. 18
45* Mar. 15
23* Apr. 12
258* Mar. 9
17* Aug. 14
33* Jan. 10
21* Mar. 0
Mar

9

83* Jan.

22

39* Jan.

28

85

55*

54

/28*

87

Sale

Sale

80*
157*
18*
37*
14*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

irA

uh

Sale
Sale

Sale
95

88

95
23

10

Oct.

Mar. 11
Jan. 22
Jan. 16

Nov.

5

54

Nov.;

Feb

Oct.

Feb.

115

Nov.:

Feb.

Nov. 30

28

Jan.

79* Oct.
151* Oct.
15* Oct.

Jan.
Feb.

4

18
18
9
9
4

47*

Nov. 12

11* Oct.

92

Nov.
Nov.

36

Nov. 19

101* Nov. 17

Nov.

Nov. 30

19

Nov.

14

51* Nov.;
53* Oct.

1

25* Nov. 12

Nov.

29

3

163

Nov.

99*

80

95 X

3

v

58

Nov.

163

Mar. 1
Mar. 1

Oct.

1
39* Nov.
128* Nov. 3
92* Nov.. 1

Nov.

il5

8* Oct.
1* Oct.
19

Nov.

16

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 15

64* Nov.
64* Noy.

Nov.

12* Nov.

120

32*

1

3* Nov;

Nov.

51* Nov.

€3

53

17* Nov. 15

19

Sale

14*

156

2S« Sale

12* Nov.
2* Nov.

22

110.

4* Sale
9
6*
175 J t 300
Sale

5

86
90

Oct,

Aug. 25
Aug. 25
Aug. 12

Nov. 22

23

Nov.

Jan.

Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

4

39*
18
Sale
Sale "
Sale
Sale

35

Sale

1

Sale

103* 109
Sale

66

Sale

12* Sale
81* Sale
Sale

25* Sale

Sale
Sale

SJf

Sale

2

182

34* Sale
33*
23*
44

93
146
64

"34"
23*
44*
Sale

150
*

65*

143*
61

Sale

25

26

54* Sale
137* 140
23*

24

185* Sale
95
97
146

Sale

29*

14*

Sale

147

17* Sale
26
102

Sale

103

9* Sale
65

Sale

-25
.50

53

I>

84*
89*
18* Sale
106

Sale

107

&
30
58

Sale

Sale
20

18*

Sale

137

7*

.

71*
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

81* 88
Sale
W Sale
Sale
4* Sale
Sale
38* 60
Sale
iif* 108

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

19

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

19

Sale

Nov. 12

19

23

11*

3

Nov.

3

Nov,

9

Nov. 15

53

29*
13*
24* Nov. 22 68*
100
Nov. 20 129*

Nov. 24
Nov. 24

Nov. 15
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 27
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov. 15
Nov. 15

Sale

105

Nov.

8

Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3
23

Nov.

3

9* Oct.
140
Oct.

Nov.

1

15* Oct.

26

Nov. 12

100

57

Nov. 20
Nov. 23

5* Nov.

Sale

11*
150
19*
70*
18*
12*

165
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4

26

1

Nov.

26

Nov.

75

19

16*
87*
72*
29*

26

70

41

125

Nov. 26

Nov.

Sale

125

Nov. 16

Nov.

46
125

25

30* Noy 12
1
12* Nov.

Nov.

33

Sale
110
107* Nov.
17 -u> 18* ,17* Nov.
Sale
149
140* Nov.

154

66*
68*

67*

65* Nov.

Sale

067 * Nov.

Sale

136*

Sale

Nov.
6* Nov.
10* Nov.

85

Sale

82

ni*

Sale

4* Nov.
26* Nov.
5* Nov.

139

ilH
27

Sale

Sale

7 ^ Sale
40
32
30* Sale

36

Sale
Sale

105

Sale

Nov.

118

1

Nov.
Nov.

5

Oct.

19

Oct.

19

Oct.

17* Oct.
7* Oct.

Nov.

28

18^

20

Nov.

22* Nov.
8* Nov.

19 101* Aug.

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 24

•

Jan.
23 170
19
45* Mar.

5
8
20
10
1
15
13
18
12
3
21
11

Mar.

53
3
31

19

19

36

19

29

Nov.

104* Oct.

56

Jan.
Jan.

143

Jan.

26

14

25
187

Jan.

Oct.,

65*
67*
128*
4*

Nov.

99

Jan.

3
71* Nov.
1
73* Nov.
139* Nov. 10
8* Nov. 15
16* Nov. 15
Nov. 29
6* Nov. 3
40* Nov. 3

85

4

1

8* Nov.

8

82

Oct,

Nov.

May
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3* Oct.
26* Nov.
3* Oct.

a;27*

24* Nov.

32* Nov. 15

40

51

24*
39
10
96

Nov.

Nov. 13

19* Nov.
105

3
Feb. 30
Mar. 19

140

1

15* Nov.
100
Nov.

Feb.

1

Nov.

Nov.

Feb.

20

19* Nov

40

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

73* Jan

1

Nov. 12

Oct.
Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

Jan.

21
20
11
13
25
8
28

4
99* Feb.
150* Jan. 26
Feb.
Feb.

3
13
1

14* Jan.

18

§88
107

Jan.

79

Jan.

12

20

Feb.

79*
69*
9Z
24%

Feb.
Mar

23
23
19

Feb.

23

•

Nov.

Mar.
Feb.
Feb.

Nov. 23
58
Nov. 23 105* Mar. 11
Jan. 28
Nov. 15 154
Oct. 19
68* Jan. 29
Jan.
5
Nov 16 148

22* Oct.
8* Nov.
28

Feb.
Jan.

19

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

27* Sale
9* Sale
28
28*

19 125

Oct.

25

Nov.

19
19

3

123
46

41

Oct.

5
Mar. 13

Mar. 10
Feb. 15

Nov. 30

10* Oct.

22

22

Feb.

17* Mar. 11
4
58* Feb.

Nov. 22

Sale

125

19
19

Nov. 23
-

Mar. 4
Jan. 22
Jan. 18

Mar. 13
Mar. 3

13* Nov. 23

a:50* Sale
122* 124
49* Sale

27

19

6* Oct.
14* Oct

16

18

Jan.

21

20

Nov.

2
28

Jan.

5% Oct.

Oct.

33

74

154

17

14

40

Sale

115

13* Nov. 10
23* Nov. 12
12* Nov. 27

Oct.

Nov. 12

Sale

Sale

Sale

19

No^.30

59* Sale
7* Sale
*43 * Sale
x36

225

Oct.

2* Oct.

Nov. 10

4* Nov. 22
24* Nov. 22

101

Jan.
Jan.

Nov. 20

16

Sale

Sale

28* Sale
12* Sale

Oct

34* Nov. 22
1 * Nov. 23

5

22*

33

5

6* Nov. 24

37*
Sale

61

147

Sale

2

Nov. 30

7%
2*
20*
32*
1*

Sale
Sale

150
Sale

133* Sale
52
50*
130
125

Nov.

Sale

25*

145

70*
73*

19

15

81

164

Mar.

28

10* Nov. 20
3* Nov. 23
21 Xtfov. 23

18* Sale

$

21

Nov.
Oct.

5* Nov. 10

Nov.

Sale

36*

31

Jan.

80

5* Nov. 15

Sale

Sale

Sale

2

16*
8*

Mar

7

21* Nov.
9* Nov.

Sale

25
3

5* Oct.
8* Oct.
12* Oct.

175

4

Mar.

9* Nov.
1
16* Nov. 15
18
Nov. 10
86
Nov.
3

6* Nov.

Sale
Sale

26

38*

4

ale
tale

Sale

4*
25

24

6* Nov.
12* Nov.

y 300
Sale

11

13*
6*

68

175

Sale

72

Sale

5*

23*
22*
11*; Sale

Sale

125
68

;i>':

ziH

Sale

11* Sale

23

Sale

27*

Sale

6* Sale
41
46*

...

w

45* Sale

51

........

>6 preferred..............*
>5 preferred..............*

For footnotes sea page

20

39* Sale
127* 130
92* Sale

24

65

Preferred

15*
11*
59*
49*

Sale

Sale

117

Amer Steel

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

11*
7*
51*
37*

xl4* Sale
2* Sale

59

16

118

6% Conv preferred..... 100

Snuff

Nov. 26

80

19

American News N Y Corp... *

American

12* Sale
9* Sale
51* Sale
43* Sale

9

Sale
Sale

Sale

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

Mach Ac Foundry......

Preferred

19

Nov. 17

Sale

40
Sale

Products——.1

Preferred

%mer

19

10

7*

Sale

6% preferred...........100

American Metal

Oct.

6* Oct.

Nov.

Nov.

16*
15*

48*

6% preferred............50

Amer Machine

19

13

9

29

7* Sale
58* Sale

American Hide Ac Leather ..1

Locomotive

Oct.

10* Oct.

Nov. 23

Sale
Sale
87

Am Hawaiian Steamship—10

Amer

10

145

Sale

30* Sale
98* Sale
8* Sale
12*
13
156
300

6% 1st preferred

Am

15*

19
19

Nov. 12

4.

Co....10

Amer Crystal Sugar

Internat

Nov.

20
19

168

23k

14* Sale

Amer

10

Oct.

Nov.

41*

29

27* Sale

vmer Home

9

Oct.

11

145

98!i

20

American Ice

Sale

J!!*

10

V

155*

11

21« Nov.

Jan.

100* Jan. 22

19
15* Feb. 25
5 166
Aug. 10

Oct.
Oct.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Feb.
3
Jan.
9
Jan. 26

Alleghany

American Colortype

$7 preferred—
2d preferred A

Oct.

1

1* Nov.
16* Nov.
15* Nov.

Nov.

12*
12*
16*
7*

Sale

J2,**
Sale

99

Am Com Alcohol

Am

8

83*
Sale

American Chicle......—..*

Coal

12

13

15* Sale
zl8* Sale

Sale

162

American Chain At Cable...*

Am

14
15

Sale

11*

31

29

81

preferred....100

Preferred

Sale

1* Sale
13* Sale

55

'

10

6% preferred............50
Am Brake S St F

8

146

"4* Sale"

102

Amer Agric Chemical

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices

24* Nov.
1* Nov.
56* JSTov.
1* Nov.

49

85

r8* Sale

.......

61.800
59,700
139,700
36.770
1.209,700
20,700
31.070
1,320




Nov. 30

Albany & Susquehanna..100

Am Radiator Ac Stand San..*

255,100

69

1

Ask Bid

68

1.995.700
1,570
2,874,400

596,300

Bid

38*
60
63 *
15 *

78

63.100 Alpha Portland Cement
*
404.500 Amalg'mLea t hei Cos, IncNe w 1

12,600

10,100
19,000
4,800
3,800
19,300
2,500
3,200
7,700
1,200

Ask

Bid

45%
29,500
Pref series A >40 warr'ts 100
42
20,500
Pref series A >30 ex-war .100
43
64,000
42 %
>2.50 prior conv pref
*
269,500 Alleghany Steel
38
*
34,600 Allen Industries Inc
1
178,000 Allied Chem Ac Dye.....
* 225 ~
8,900 Allied Kid Co
5
187,725 Allied Mills Co Inc
•
31 Vi
1,270.700 Allied Stores Corp
....*
17*
30,800
5% preferred..........100

13,700
1,200
14.400

Nov.

*

.....

900

2

Alabama Ac VIcks burg Ry.100
Alasaa Juneau Gold Mln.10

1,374,600 Allegheny Corp...
202,800
Pref series A >30 warr'ts .100

9,100
10,400

69*205

Abbott

Par
Laboratories.......*
r-.y*

....

60

3,200
14,600
7,000
24,400

'■

230,800 Air-Way Elec Appll Corp

71*765
70.700
17,100
1,900

•'.r'v

670 Abraham He Straus
76,800 Acme Steel Co
....25
478,700 Adams Express
*
33,300 Adams Millis
•
85,700 Addressograph Multtgraph 10
70.200 Advance Rumely—.........
295,800 Air Reduction Inc.....

70

2,200
37,500
2,300
6,600
2,400
67,100
16,300

Jan

1937

_

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Ktfv STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANOS

111

Aug,

2

Feb.

12

N. Y. STOCK

33
SALES

AGGREGATE
In

November

Sharer

400

53*
42 %

3,262,500
51,700
5,400

*
100

$6 convertible preferred.

7% preferred
Armstrong

3,900
7,400

98,800
115,800

Arnold Constable

10

310

27,300
600

350,700
7,700

300

780

Artloom

Cork

.

620
210

103,900
3,600
36,700
3,400
6,400
34,400
1,200

17,200
3,150
3,300

53*

Sale

*

Corp

61

3

Co

15% Sale

*
...100

95

100

100
100

3,800
12,600
2,300

1,013,700

34,700

Aviation Corp (Del) The

Sale

102%

Sale
25
26%
40%
43
31% Sale

112

Sale

130

16% Sale
28 5*
30
73*
383*
6% Sale

7
36

3

Y t

130

5,100
300

when

100

...

70

53*% preferred

1,347,300
590

"215* Sale"
33 %

403*

35
41

"37" Sale"
26%

26%

"27% Sale"
18

1st preferred.

.......100
64,400 Beatrice Creamery.....
25

112

Sale
115

243*
25%
101%
$5 preferred w w
7,900
* 101
50
40% 41%
1,140 Beech Creek RR Co
13,100 Beech-Nut Packing...
20 108 % 112
13 % Sale
143,100 Beld 1 n g-Hemlngway 1
._*
83 %
1,300 Belg Nat Rys part pref
25% Sale'
626,500 Bendlx Aviation Corp
..5
163,900 Beneficial Indus Loan Corp.*
225* Sale
•
59%
61%
J7-200 Best 8c Co
2,676,800 Bethlehem Steel Corp (Del).*
75% Sale
193* Sale
97,600
5% preferred
20
55,700
7% preferred
100 126?! 127
66 % Sale
34,400 Blgelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *
34 % Sale
102,100 Black & Decker Mfg Co....*
*
476,500 Blaw-Knox
24% Sale
30 %
2,180 Bioomingdale Bros
33
100
93%
99%
,
1,220 Blumenthal 8c Co pref
1,119,800 Boeing Airplane Co
..A
34% Sale
121,400 Bohn Alum 8c Brass Corp
5
42% Sale
88
90
*
7,470 Bon Ami class A.
Class B
»
42% Sale
10,960
1
22,100 Bond Stores Inc
15
573,900 Borden Co (The)
26% Sale
459,100 Borg-Warner Corp.....
5
100
92,400 Boston 8c Maine
83* Sale
...AO
41,600 tBotany Cons Mills A.
3%
3%
23,800 Bower Roller Bearing Co..l7

300

370

1,800

9,800

.

...

"

V

66,700
11,200
5,600
371.300
7,000
9,500
1,800
7,100
21,200

o

270

?■-

10

,

123,100
8,800
740

.......

970

4,800

52,300
54,300
1,700
2,600
5,500
38,700
56,700
2,800
3,200
8,500
3,300
44,200

840.200
528,100
39,200
35,900
224,200
41,300
516,700

'

Bristol-Myers Co,
.....5
Brooklyn 8c Oueens Transit.*
$6 preferred

*
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit ._*
$4 preferred series A

*

123,700 Brooklyn Union Gas........*
_.__*
16,300 Brown Shoe. Inc
*
190,000 Brunswlck-Balke-Coll...

11,100
700

14,400
29,000

.10
413.500 Bucyrus-Erle Co.
7% preferred.
........100
2,860
........

140

Build

1,084,100

61,400
1,400

24,800
18,000
9,900
10,200
34,700
6,300
2,700

Bridgeport Brass Co....._..*
*
Briggs 8c Stratton......_._*

Brlggs Manufacturing

66.600

6,600

V-

Sale

3

4

80

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

*

125* Nov.

6

Nov.

3

4

98

Sale

65*
655*

Sale
69
100
Sale

39
8

Sale

Sale

45*

94

85
8

26

Nov. 24

119

119

Nov. 17

975* Nov. 24
£55* Nov. 23
645* Nov. 24

155* Nov. 15
45* Nov
3

80

9

60

705*

71

60

80

83

475*

355*

415*

40

77

79

14

Sale
Sale

50

115

75*
105*
35*
245*
45*

54
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

75* Nov. 22

75

Sale

74
73

39

Sale

325* Nov. 23

74

Sale

71

Sale

40

45

425*

38

110

1135* 115
%■
65*
55*
8
85* Sale
25*
35* Sale

20

Sale

35* Sale

19
645* Nov. 24

20
3

1

(E G) Mfg
Preferred 7%

15,290
.100
591,400 Budd Wheel
•
272,000 Bulova Watch
.....•
113,100 Bullard Co
Burlington Mills Corp_..._.l
50,700
388,000 Burroughs Add Mach......_*
•
170,100 tBush Terminal Co
29,990
7% debenture
100

135*

Sale

175* Sale
34

345*
100
1035*
185* Sale
135* Sale

"7
85* Sale
10
125* Sale
12
145* Sale
31
335*
345*
97
17

5

71
83

Nov. 15 101#

Jan

5

Nov. 20 125

Mar.

Nov.

3

35

Oct.

Nov.

1

74
73

Nov. 20 106

19

19

17

23

1 117

Nov. 18

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

Nov. 23

Sale

18
Sale
34

109
Sale

97

1005*
85* Sale
82
*
845*
125* Sale

255*

27%

Nov. 26

16

5 111
18
Nov. 23

92

Nov. 10

Nov.

95

85* Oct.

19

108

905* Oct.
75* Oct.

19

84

Jan.

16

85* Oct.

19

6 100
10

Nov. 23

Nov. 29

Nov.

1

41

Nov.

54

Sale

505* Sale
155* Sale

435* Nov. 23

57

61

70

93

Sale

235*

245*
Sale

15

~i25*"No"v."20 ~155* Nov."l2

14

Nov. 23

38
Sale
105* Sale
955*
985*
65* Sale
565* Sale
55* Sale

31

295* Nov. 24

85

Sale

55*
445*
45*
325*
195*
75*
195*
25*
95*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

165* Sale
105* Sale

15

Sale

Sale
45* Sale
115* Sale
405* Sale
205* Sale
265*
275*

21

485*

37

Sale

175*
95*
215*
35*
115*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
12

85* Nov. 24
185* Nov. 24
29

335* Sale
22
215*
355*
37
95*
95*
£95* Sale

Oct.

19

2

Nov. 24
Nov. 19

85* Nov. 23
10
33

Nov. 23
Nov. 29

Nov.

18

Nov.

54

Nov. 20

95* Sale
225* Sale
305*
34

Sale

14

1

54

11

19

4

50

Sale

Oct.

155* Nov.

235* Sale £205* Nov. 23
Sale
255* Nov. 20
285* Sale
Sale
80
Nov. 18
; 88;
815* 84
40
Nov. 15
Sale £415* Sale
13 5* Nov. 24
14% Sale
Sale
18
Sale
175* Nov. 29
17
34
Sale
275* Sale £265* Nov. 24
4
5
Sale
45*
35* Nov. 29
1
1
Nov.
6
15*
15*
15*
23
Sale
205* Sale
185* Nov. 22

.

41

99

235*
305*
805*
415*
205*
155*

25*
85* Sale

Nov. 15

325* Nov.
1
185* Nov.
1
145* Nov. 15

135* Nov. 24
105* Nov. 24
175* Nov. 15

2

1

Oct. 19
Nov. 26

855* Nov. 24
Nov. 29

Nov. 22

25* Nov. 24
75* Nov. 24

21

Mar. 10
Jan.
7
Jan. 10

19

463* Apr. 13
25
Aug. 10

39

165* Nov. 12
205* Nov.
1

135* Nov. 24
175* Oct. 19
24 V* Oct. 19
3
Oct. 19
5* Oct. 19
18V* Oct. 19

345* Nov.
5
1

1

Nov.

1

1 % Nov.
235* Nov.

3
1

*

Oct.

19

18

Oct.

19

29

7

Nov. 24

2$
1

Oct.
Oct.

65* Oct.

115*
295*
365*
325*
25*

Nov. 15
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 15
Nov.
1

13

Nov.

1

145* Nov.

1

8

43

1

57

Nov. 23

17

Jan.

Oct.

f

43 % Nov. 27

Nov.

28

Jan

3
13
22

18

505* Aug. 25

155* Mar. 23
43* Jan. 11
Aug. 14

34

233* Feb. 23
595* Feb. 11
13

19
19

53 5* Feb.
47
Jan.
8
Jan.

23

19

385* Jan.

14

19

53

12

Nov. 22
Oct. 19

36
6

Jan.

50

13

Jan.

7

245* Jan. 11
253* Feb.
3
85
Nov. 30 1173* Mar. 12
25* Oct. 19 145* Jan. 11
98
Jan.
7
35
Oct. 19
65* Oct.

1

19

25* Oct..

Nov. 12

55* Nov.

Oct.

Jan.

2
325* Sept. 24 102 3* Jan.
195* Oct. 19 525* Jan. 44

1
5
1

Nov. 22

10
10

93

1

7

18

Feb.
Feb.

483* Feb.

16

Nov. 12

9

Jan.

495* Mar.

Nov.

155* Nov.

20

19

105* Nov.
955* Nov.
65* Nov.

Nov. 23

235* Jan.
5
625* Jan.
8
1055* Mar. 11

19

11

Nov. 23

19
14
8
4
11

19

40

4

1
10
10
9
8

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 22

30

21

355* Feb.
205* Jan.
115
Aug.
285* Feb.
1055* Mar
433* Feb.
1145* July
155* Feb.
883* Aug.
305* Feb.

765* Oct.

Nov. 22

Nov. 30

8
9
21

21

Nov. 29

8

45* Nov. 23

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.

88

36

85

17
17

Feb. 11

255* Nov. 18
305* Nov. 9

245* Nov. 10

40

29
30
18

Jan.

42

855* Nov. 24 1295*
Nov. 29
695*
135* Oct. 19 38
9
Oct. 19
295*
175* Nov. 15 325*
54
Nov. 20
945*

Nov. 20

Mar. 11
13
Jan.
9
Feb.
2
Feb.
1
Mar. 25
Jan. 12

Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Mar.
475* Mar.

23

6

205* Nov. 19

85* Nov. 23

19

15
32

23

125* Sale
155*
185*
64

19

Nov. 10

92

96

Nov. 26

Sale

20

135* Oct.

5

Oct.

32 5* Nov. 13

Nov.

18

Jan.

113*
95*
235*
405*

Oct.

19

32

155* Sale

19

Oct.

325* Nov. 13, 335* Nov. 10
8

94

19
45
19
£97
Nov. 29 1105*
105* Oct. 19 435*
85* Nov. 22 32
10

Oct.

Sale

99

19

Nov. 24

35

325* Sale
185* Sale
135* Sale
185*
23

Oct.

9% Oct.

Nov.

Mar. 13

20 133
19 185*
19 345*
95*
25
19
525*
93*
19

10

Sale

50o

75*
28

Mar. 11

20

41

37
11

79*

37

30

1

48

26

Jan.

19

1

195* Nov.

Sale

"335* Sale"

44

Oct.

1
1
Nov. 23
Nov. 10

165* Nov. 24

47

95* Sale
515* Sale
35% Sale

110

Nov.

Sale

21

103

29

Oct.

19
19

5

165* Nov.
135* Nov.

£18

Sale

97

Nov. 24

125* Nov. 24
105* Nov. 23

7

Oct.

25* Oct,

4

805*
84
13 5* Sale
195* Sale

24

21J* Sale
1105* 1115*
125* Sale

16

93

49

48

111

30

Sale

1025* Sale

110

34

41

44

Sale

96

10

Nov.

30

135* Sale
115*
115*

96

Nov. 29 100

7

555* Mar. 17

15V Oct.

Nov. 12

20

24

325*

£97

14

June 29

19

38

175* Nov. 12
355* Nov. 15

5

88

Oct.

1125* Oct.
45* Oct.
65* Oct.
2
Sept.

""9 5* "Nov"." 12

Nov. 23

9
18

9
18

1

Nov.23
Nov. 23

Feb.

1015* Sept. 29 1165* Feb.
0
75* Oct. 19 185* Mar. 0
39 % Oct. 19
523* Mar. 10

185* Nov. 12
135* Nov.
1

Sale

Sale
Sale
33
Sale
Sale
Sale

65* Sale

Nov. 12

28

575* Feb. 18

5

1
1
1
1

145* Nov. 24
85* Nov. 22

Sale

Sale

135* Sale
1105* 111 '
175* Sale

Sale

43

19

18

Nov. 10

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
45* Nov.

19

32 5* Nov. 23
945* May
71
Nov. 27 104
Feb.

.

75*
105*
35*
245*

Nov. 27 100

65* Oct.

Nov. 16
Nov. 12
Nov. 3
Nov. 12
Nov.
1
Nov.
1

8
6

165* Feb. 27
175* Jan. 21
July 23
245* Mar. 5

Nov.

105* Sale

16

11

35
365*
51 % Sale

19
19

Nov.

:

18

135* Feb. 27
995* Mar. 1

80

755*
435*
825*
295*
95*

Nov. 23

Nov.

Feb.
Mar.

4 126
Jan.
0
19
705* Mar. 13

35* Sept. 10
3
Sept. 11

295*
365*
325*
2 5*
115*
145*

17% Sale
53% Sale
48% Sale

Oct.

45* Oct.
25* Oct.

24
Nov.
1
23
3 1045* Nov. 29
24
105* Nov. 12
Nov. 22
445* Nov. 12
Nov. 26
505* Nov. 5

Nov;

Feb.

30

46

4 1215* Feb.
18 111

Nov. 27
Nov.
1

81

Nov. 27

265* Sale
22% Nov.
6
6
Nov.
75*
13
115* Nov.
135*
205* Sale
195* Nov.
1035* 106
1025* Nov.
85* Nov.
85* Sale
41

Oct.

42

Nov. 20
Nov. 12

235* Sale

...

45* Oct.

1

11

Nov. 20
Nov.
8

103

93

375* Jan. 12
105* Feb. 10

77
96

Nov. 15

96 H.

Nov.

55* Nov.

Nov. 27

80

81

Nov. 24

1165* May

3

80

Sale

415* Sale
815*
87
265* Sale
75* Sale

Nov.

19

19

26

1195* Nov. 17
995* Nov.
5
75* Nov.
1
74

Oct.

2% Oct.

5

96

11

Sale

Nov.

445* Nov. 15

85

Sale

7

.

34

325* Nov. 26
65* Nov. 23
35* Nov. 24

75

30

50

BarnsdalkOU Co....______.5

118,300 Bayuk Cigars Inc..........*

2,400

Sale
Sale
Sale

155*

275* Sale

100

"95* Sale"

Issued......13

Baltimore 8c Ohio

10,970

„

65,500
4,300

v

c

285,100
4% preferred
100
19,600 Bangor Ik Aroostook....
AO
5,370
5% conv preferred......100
502,600 Barber Co Inc
.........10
78,300 Barker Bros

32,500

93

435*
85*
55*

7% Sale

Assented

2.394,500

1,400

....

985* Sale
7% Sale
725*
745*

Ask

9% Sale

395,300
485.100

163,200
29,900

365*

95* Sale
435*
445*

"73" "76"

700,700 ^Baldwin Locomotive Works *

74",400

Sale
45*

75

70
101 %
45 %

.....

160

135*
45*

325*
119

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

81

....

130

Bid

42

21% Sale
95 3* 100
109
120

Assoclnted Dry Goods...... 1

6% 1st preferred
7% 2d preferred

Sale

155* Sale

Corporation...

Preferred

9,800 Associated Investment Co..*
3.950
5% pref with warrants.. 100
460
5% preferred ex-warr
100
931,500 Atchison Top 8c S Fe.____.10it
51,300
5% preferred
100
479,600 Atlan Coast Line RR.__.100
»
28,000 AtlGAc W I SS Lines
32,700
5% preferred
100
685,900 Atlantic Refining—..... 2A
15,500
4% conv pref series A___100
568,400 Atlas Corp
1
59,910
6% preferred
'
50
36,300 Atlas Powder.
'
2,090
5% preferred.__________100
50,000 Atlas l ack Corp..
*
214,700 Auburn Automobile
85,100 Austin. Nichols Ac Co
7,350
f5 prior A...
*

300

S&16

1193*
1075* Sale
73* Sale
81% Sale
126
1343*

5

Armour of Illinois

Ask

119

100

Preferred

27.900 Armour (Del) 7% pref.__.100

394,700

,

33

•

Archer Daniels Mid...

30",165
.

Co..20

tndes Copper Mining
W Paper Co

Bid

A P

780

20

2,000
106,200
2.800

Nov. 1

1937
Par

29,800
41,200
54,100

1,800
3,600

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Sharer

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK EXCHAN OE

Since

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

19

13

453* Jan.

7

Oct.

19
19
19

15

Oct.

19

39

Nov. 12

26

195*
95*
215*
35*
115*

Nov. 30
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov.
3

10 V Oct.

Oct.

15* Oct. 19
75* Nov. 24

Feb.

653* Mar.

15

2
18

185* July 14
355* Feb.
9
115* Jan. 29

39,

Feb.

1

tBush Term Bldga—

900

12,200
4,400
18,500
13,200
570

6,100
4,900
_

200

30,800
61,300
8,400
76,300
60

58,500
3,900
1,800
20

60

2,800
6,000
18,800
950

i-

27,200
700
46,250
100

6,000
720
4,600
52,600
320

3,900
3,400
500

4

19,350
368,400
151,200
779,000
361,400
15,730
133.600
111,300
3,300
1.868,600
1,301,000
152,100
1,068,200
1,250
1,266,100
24,500
38,100
2,920

Pref ctfs of deposit...^rtOO

Butler Brothers...

5%

conv

10

....

preferred

....30

Butte Copper 8c Zinc....

ByersCo-,

5

.........

Partlc preferred
Byron Jackson Co

*

100
.._*

CalltPacklnaCorp.....
5% preferred

•
__1

Calumet 8c Hecla Cons Cop .0

Campbell W 0c C Foundry
Canada Dry Glng Ale

*
5

Canada Southern Ry Co. .100
Canadian Pacific.
25

Mills

•

Capital Admin Co Ltd

c

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

28

Sale

455* Sale

50

....

Callahan Zinc-Lead

Cannon

14

295*
55*
285*
865*

A..1

33 preferred class A.....10

270 Car Clinch F 8c Ohio Ry..l00
Stamped
10
2,230

25* Sale
155* Sale
335* Sale
285* Sale
60
615*
145* Sale
60
615*
155*
155*

525* Sale
1015*
1035*

24

25* Sale
95* Sale
£195* Sale
165* Sale
46

49

85* Sale
335*
345*
75*
95*
39
45
90

865*
89
205* Sale
4 5* Sale

85* Sale
Sale

35* Sale
105* Sale
335* 35
175*
195*
23

Sale

2

85* Sale
155* Sale
145* Sale
45

47

.....

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

50

Nov. 19

26
24

23
8
19
29
20
26

15* Nov. 23
75* Nov. 24
,135* Nov. 23
125* Nov. 23
45

Nov.rl8

165* Nov.
105* Nov.
24

Nov.
1
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov.
5
Nov. 3
Nov. 17
Nov.
1
95* Nov. 15
£195* Nov.
1
165* Nov.~l
46

28

Nov. 24

6

Nov. 27

39

Nov.

39

4

Nov.

19

19

91

19
19

345* Mar. 12

205* Oct.

Maf. 22

50

105* Oct.
95* Oct.

19
19

65* Feb.
203* Jan.
375* Feb.
38 3* Mar.

Oct.

21

61

4

45

6 5* Oct. 19
28
Nov. 24

1
3
3
4

Nov. 27
Oct.
18

6
33

80

86

1
1

Sale

995* Nov. 26 109

Nov.

62

Nov.

Nov. 23 1915*
995* Nov. 26 1295*
Nov. 22 100
1015* Nov. 30 105V*
17
Oct. 19
413*

1

Nov. 22

40

Nov. 10
lpl5* Nov. 30 103
1
185* Nov. 22 255* Nov.
Q£
95
Nov. 26
95
Nov. 26
Sale
225* Nov. 26 285* Nov. 12
63
x>Tov. 12
61
57
Nov. 24
Nov.
4
295* Nov. 29
295* 25
4 5* Nov. 15
Sale
35* Nov. 20
Nov. 15
96
Nov.
4 102
1015*
Sale
10
Nov. 29
135* Nov. 15
7
Nov. 12
Sale
45* Nov. 20
5
Nov. 23
65* Nov.
1
6

Sale
Sale

95

Nov. 26 115

21

Oct.

16

52fc

Oct.

21

^ Oct.

19

Oct.

19

24
2

3
22
1

Aug. 11
May 20
June

483* Mar
82 5* Jan.
393*fJan.
125* Jan.

19

41

Oct.

19

24 5* Jan.

5* Jan.

14 3*
3 5* Oct .
19
95
Sept. 23 115

Mar
.'an.

9

8
7
12
28
20
15
11
3
14

t:;
f

see




Feb.

Oct.

4

106

Aug.
Jan

June 29 107 3* Jan.

96
8

'

Fo. footnotes

14
Mar. 10
Jan.
9
Mar. 11
Jan.
2

Oct.

80

1

40

19

Jan.

175*
613*
185*
523*

85

Nov. 12

Sale

25
12
13

Feb.
8 102
8
Jan. 18
Nov. 12 106
2
135* Nov. 19 35H June
2 5* Oct. 19
93* Apr. 20

Nov." 19

205* Nov.
45* Nov.

Nov. 23 102

21

2
52 5* Sept. 29

19
19

90

Nov. 12
855* ~85
Sale
135* Nov. 19
" Sale
35* Nov. 22

Jan.

48 3* Feb.

Oct,
Oct.

1

—90

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

6
24

Nov. <>6

42

Sale

6

335*

19
19
19

12 5* Oct.

45*
125*
415*
215*
265*
505*
25*

7

31

75* Not. 19

19

55* Oct.
16V* Oct.
2% Oct.

1

Nov.

453* Feb.
1
183* Mar. 2
36 3* Mar.
3
93* Feb. 25
335* Mar. 9

Oct.

10

1
1

85* Nov.
345* Nov.
75* Nov.

85* Sale

17
....5
17,200 Carpenter Steel Co
4
212,700 Carriers Ac General Corp.___l ""75* Sale"
89
Sale
100 138
1415* 100
153,300 Case (J I) Co
100
Sale
7% preferred...........100
7,270
J 25 5* 109
47
;
62
Sale
88
Sale
•
208,600 Caterpillar Tractor
102
5% preferred
100
105% 1015*
4,300
195*
•
1.579,050 Celanete Corn of America.
"275* Sale" 255* Sale
85
104
7% prior preferred.....100 10ft
Sale
12,840
"26""
38
Sale
28
Sale
•
123,500 Celotex Co
W
805*
575*
625* 60
5% preferred
10 '
10,560
25
265* 29
64,300 Central Agutrre Associates.*
365* Sale
45*
1
45* Sale
85* 8ale
1,221,800 Central Foundry Co..'...
98
1005*
3,160 Central 111 Lt 43*% pref.. 100
10
115*
13
71,300 Central RR of N J........100 '375* Sale'
65*
65*
75*
62,300 Central Violeta Sugar Co.. 19
6 5* Sale 55*
• "11" Sale"
36,020 Century Ribbon Mills...
Preferred
96
100 103 5* 1085*
95
106
400
....

52
Sale

135*
75*
195*
35*
95*
325*
155*
215*

page

40

•'

•

'

.

.

'

'

i

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v

DEC., 1937]
AGGREGATE

N. Y. STOCK

33

EXCHANOE—STOCKS

SALES

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

48,000
60,600
4,880

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Cerro de Pasco Copp
*
Certain-Teed Prod......... 1
-

6% prior preferred—...'00
Champion Paper 8c Fibre Co
3,240
6% preferred...........10i
152,800
Common
*

7,200
1,000
19,300
79,600

18,600
119,750
860,450
14,700
50,800
142,000
158,000
258,000
2,910
69,700
228,200
605,100
490,600
102,600
263.000
20,600
209,300
145,800
123,300
32,300
76,100
259,500
3,010
4,066,600
134,500
15,830

600
600

3,400
2,100
7,900
170

6,800
8,400
16,200
16,900
6,700
22,100
2,400
3,000
3,300
3,400
1,300
6,600

12,700
30

667,600
8,900
1,230

Checker Cab
Ches apeake Corp

'

Chesapeake 8c Ohio
Pref series A

25

5,200
6,200

..101'

4% preferred

100

{Chicago Great Western.100

4% preferred..—.—100
{Chic Indlanap 8c Louis pflOO
Chicago Mall Order Co
..5
{Chic Mil St Paul 8c Pacific.*

Preferred

......

8

Sale

9

34

11*2

3%

Sale
U%
Sale

10.600
700

48,500
600

20,700
360

970
270
220

Sale

115

34 %

36

Class A

♦

6% preferred

........100

Collins 8c Alkman .._......*

30,970

2,800
8,700
16,800
1,400
319,900
2,200
70
40,600

Sale

1,200
220

18,900
3,300
30

Sale

■

■

200

2,400
8,600
7,400
800

127

126

3*4
2*4
10*4

46.700
22,800
22,400
900

30,800
8,200
13.900
26,000
85,800
5,900
2,360
28,000
200

16,800
39,400
6,000
4,600
12,000
26,600
300

500

77,100
2,200

26,100
500

4,600
730

16,800
430

4,100
19,200
12,600
104,500
58,000

"""130
15,100
5,600
1,600
340

163J65
3,800
3,900

?

50

Sale

System Inc class A

122% 124

Class B

8% preferred—........100

491,900 Continental Can.....
20
141,700 Continental Diamond Fibre 5
215,000 Continental Insurance—2.50
698,300 Continental Motors
1
891,800 Continental OH of Del
138,400 Continental Steel Corp
._*
31,260 Corn Exch Bank Trust Co..20
298,100 Corn Prod Refining
..25
9,400
Preferred..............100
677,000 Cot y, Inc
363,600 Crane Co
.............25
5 % cony preferred
82,600
...100
49,200 Cream of Wheat ctfs
124,700 Crosley Radio
........*
352,600 Crown Cork 8c Seal
....__*
$2.25 conv pref w w
10,000
*
Preferred ex-warrants
17,600
*
1,549,400 Crown Zelierbach Corp....5
36,700
$5 cony pref............
330,200 Crucible Steel of Amer
100
Preferred
f 11,400
—.100
135,400 Cuba Co (The)
12,590 Cuba RR 6% preferred.—100
386,610 Cuban American Sugar....10
Preferred
14,920
...........100
41,550 Cudahy Packing
.50
306,102 Curtis Publishing Co (The)*
Preferred..
71,200
2,727,200 Curtlss Wright Corp
I
Class A
954,700
I
2,370 Cushmans Sons 7% pref.. 100
$8 preferred...
1,560
.*
18,500 Cutler-Hammer, Inc., new..*
45,000 Davega Stores Corp.....—.5
Conv 5% preferred......!5
32,600
5,350 Dayton Pr & Lt 4*4 % pre 100
311,500 Deere 8c Co....
New......
163,700
Preferred....
20
63,600
74,600 Diesel-Wemmer-GilbertCorplO

Sale

74

Nov.

63

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 24

Sale

Nov. 24

4*4 Nov.
31*4 Nov.

107*4 Sale
25*4 Sale
78*4
90

Sale




104*4 Nov.
23

5 107*4 Nov.

Nov. 22

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

34

Sale

Sale

98
Sale

101*4 102
46

20*4

30
Sale

18*4 Sale
9*4 Sale

Sale

21
Sale
27

25
21

99

36

10

11

24*4
13*4
123 *4
109*4
57*4
9*4
95*4
23*4
98*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

26
8

19

Nov.

8

Oct.

16

19

8

32

Jan.

3*4
7*4
6*4
19*4

Mar. 18
Mar. 17
Mar. 4
Feb. 17
Feb.
9

33
45

3*4
10*4
8*4
27*4
22*4
15*4

3

102*4 June

20

Jan.

28
17
19
8
14
29
3
11
11
18
18

1
10
18

7

Nov.
Nov.

30
24

58*4 Nov.
12*4 Nov.

26

96

Nov.

26 35
24 102

Oct.

8*4 Aug. 10

Oct.

0

Jan.

7

Oct.

47*4
24*4
13*4
123*4
93*4
56*4

34*4 Nov.
17% Nov.

Nov.

&

4

9% Nov.
12*4 Nov.
10*4 Nov.

9*4 Nov. 22
9*4 Nov. 19

Nov.

Nov.
Oct.

Oct.
June

9

Nov.

5*4
4*4
2*4
2*4

Jan.

June
9
Mar. 19
Jan.
6
Feb. 13
Mar. 9

5

*

Apr, 13
*4 Feb. 10
7*4 Mar. 5

11*4 Oct.
5*4 Oct.
9

26

9*4 July 15
2*4 June
3
0*4 Apr.
2

Nov.

Oct.

P

'19*4 "Nov."

7

Mar.

Oct.

Nov.

23

14
0*4 Feb. 20

95% Oct.

26

"l3" NoV:

.v.;1'*" V»;!,/-

15

23

30*4 Nov.

19 127
23 122

Sale

12

19

19

Mar.

18*4 Mar. 6
12*4 May 19

82

Sale

:12

10

13

Aug.
Mar.
Feb.
1
Oct. 19
Mar.
Jan.
6*4 Oct. 19
12
Oct. 19
Jan.
3
Oct. 19
Mar.
80
36
Oct. 19
Mar.
52*4 Nov. 23 135*4 Feb.
11
Oct. 19
21*4 Feb.
Feb.
63*4 Nov. 23 92
74
60
Feb. 16
July
2
Oct. 19
10*4 Mar.
48
22
Nov. 24
Aug.
79
Oct. 18 179
Oct.

75*4 Nov.
14*4 Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov.
5

Oct.

1*4 Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 10

15

24
19
19
19

29
1

6% Nov.

75

123
953

"20~~ "29%

20*4 Sale
20

-

1

0

Oct.,

8*4 Oct.

18

42 %

106 %
98
Sale

Nov. 15

Jan.
Jan.

9

14

25

17*4 Oct.

Nov.

Nov.
Oct.

30

Nov.

3

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

65
10

35
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
35

9*4 Sale
79
Sale

Sale

18*4 Nov. 24
17*4 Nov. 23
65

27

Oct.

8

Nov.

8

Nov. 12

76*4 Nov. 30
69*4 Nov. 30
35*4 Nov. 26

Nov. 12
Nov.
Nov.

84

Nov.

84

Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov. 13
Nov.
1

38*4 Nov.

20

Sale

31

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

20*4

87

121

79

—

...

*s as m

14*4 Nov. 24

20

19%

10

Sale

13

Sale

Sale

10*4 Nov

8*4 Sale

Sale

5*4 Nov. 23
66*4 Nov. 18
68*4 Nov. 12

120
Sale
Sale

70%
14%
Sale

66
69

Sale
89

Sale

99*4
Sale

Sale

44*4
7*4
Sale

Nov. 27

38*4 Nov. 23
97

Nov. 23

7*4 Nov. 24
1*4 Nov. 8
38
6
22

Nov.
8
Nov. 20

10

8

Nov. 23
Nov. 2

Sale

75
Sale

68

9

Nov, 2

Sale

68
Sale

68

Nov.

3
1

4

Nov. 12

20

Nov. 12
Nov.

1

Nov. 12

Nov. 27
Nov.
1

1

23 *4 Nov.

Nov. 15

92

Nov.

5*4 Sale

Sale

20%
29%
3%
98

Nov. 23
6
Nov. 26
4*4 Nov. 4
8*4 Nov. 24

Sale

Sale

6%
49 %

35% "36"'
26 % Sale
76

54%
47

56%

Oct.

Nov;

1

Oct.

Nov. 15

65

Oct.

Nov.

1

Nov. 23

Nov.

24

Nov.

1
1

40*4 Nov. 24
5*4 Oct. 19

9

Nov.

1

23
20
27

Nov.

1

Nov.

1

Nov.

5

Sale

Sale

10

78
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

74

100

8

Sale
Sale

19

Sale

6*4 Sale
49*4 Sale
4*4 Sale

106 %
Sale
,

Sale

13

Sale

55

Sale

Sale
70

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 24
Nov. 23
Nov, 20

Sale
40

34*4
Sale

6
48

49*4

16*4

"17*4

108*4

Sale"

Nov.
Nov.

1
1

21
7

28*4 Nov. 23

Nov.

1

37*4 Nov.
8

8
Nov. 16
Oct. 19

Nov.
3
Nov. 12

Nov. 23
80
Nov. 26
*4 Nov. 22
5
Nov. 22

64

Nov. 23

21

Nov. 15

Nov.

9

Nov. 15

Nov. 20
Nov. 15

Nov.

1

29*4 Sale"
28*4 Sale

3

Nov.

3

4

46

Nov. 12

46

3*4 Sale
12*4 Sale
65

xll

Nov. 20

3*4 Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov. 24

1

Nov. 12

54*1

Nov.'

25

Sale

24

20

"Nov.'i

24

Sale

7

Sale

25% Nov. 12
9% Nov. 1

13*4
100*4

Sale
Sale

18*4 Nov. 23
6*4 Nov. 22
13*4 Nov. 30

23""

Sale

98

Nov.

14

1 100

Nov.

9

Nov. 30

21*4

22*4

19*4 Nov. 23
20*4 Nov. 20

14

14*4

13

Nov. 26

27

Nov.

1

23*4 Nov.
15*4 Nov.

1
3

Jan. 16
Jan. 15
Feb,
3
Jan.
8
Jan. 28

Apr. 13
itadr. 15

Oct. 19
,4,Mar. 3
Nov. 26 135 jii.Mar. 10
80
3
Jan. 11
*4 Oct. 19
3
Oct
7*4 Jan.
4
19
9
4% Jan. 12
2*4 Oct.
Jan. 11
75
Oct. 28 127

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

26*4 Sale"
23*4 Sale
14*4 Sale

33

15*4 Nov. 26
5*4 Nov. 8

1

11
19
8
13

56*4LFeb.
3
Aug. 13

19 115
Nov. 23
Oct. 19
Oct.

1

105*4 Sale

m m m m

19

1

9*4 Sale
14*4
16
Sale

Oct.

Nov.

32*4 Sale

98

3

Nov. 23
7*4 Nov. 22
28*| Nov. 23
37*4 Nov. 8
33
Nov. 16

Nov. 27

23

14 171*4 Jan.

90

Nov.

9
23

77
[Feb.
71 *4: Jan. 15
14
10*4 Mar. 10

Apr.

22*4 Nov. 20

25

48*4

27

50*4 Oct. 20

69*4 Jan.
25*4 Jan.
42*4 Jan.
3 *4.Feb.
49
July
35 *41 Mar.

153

1

26

Sale
Sale

[46% Nov.

1

Sale

4*4 Sale
75
99*4
16*4 Sale

9*4 Oct.

3

Sale

85

Oct.

Nov.

9*4 Nov. 26
64*4 Nov. 23

Sale

*4 Oct.
24

19
19
19
19

Nov.

21

Sale

6

Nov. 23

Oct.

Nov.

90

Sale

75

Nov. 17

23

Nov. 20
Nov.
6

4\
22

*4 Sale
5*4
6*4
5*4 Sale
76*4
80*4

8

40*4 Nov. 24

Sale

36*4

Nov.

1

1
Nov.Nl
Nov.
1

Nov. 23

1*4 Nov. 24

Sale

84

93

Sale

13*4 Sale
126

Sale

33*4 Sale

118*4 123
2% Sale
16

Sale

Sale

75

"

Sale

Sale

14

Oct.

Oct.

Sale

32*4

7

100*4 Nov.
2*4 Oct.
*4 Oct.
3

Sale
Sale
Sale

38

Sale

17% Sale

Oct.
Nov.

3*4 Oct.

16

Sale

24 *4

Sale

4*4 Oct.
22
92

80*4 Oct.
10*4 Oct.
7*4 Oct.

53

v.

Oct.

Nov.,

Sale

6

1

NoV. 18

Sale

98

>•</>■■■

7854 Oct.

Nov/12

165*4 163

32

1

1
Nov. 15
Nov.
1

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 23

Sale
10*4 Sale
40*4 Sale

Sale
Sale

Nov.

8

4*4 Oct.
65
63

Nov. 22

Sale
Sale

Sale

08% Sale
170

Oct.
Nov.

4

165*4

Sale

Oct.

4*4 Oct.

16

26*4
1*4
24*4
12*4
46*4

Sale

1

1

Nov.

81*4 Nov. 1
12*4 Nov. 24

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

20%

34
21

Sale

Sale

Sale

Oct.
Oct.

Sale

83

Sale

3

Nov. 13

103*4 100*4 Nov. 29
3*4
3*4 Nov. 23
Sale
*4 Nov. 3

Sale

102

Nov.

;

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale.
Sale

Nov.

6

Sale

Sale

53

1*4 Nov. 22

Sale

Sale
24
Sale

Oct.

1

8

Sale

Sale

Nov.

6*4 Oct.

Sale

4*4

95
5

1

Sale

4

z4*4 Oct.
x68*4 Oct.
69*4 Nov.
33*4 Oct.

3

98

11
101

Oct.

Nov.

Sale"
7*4

18

Nov.

2*4 Sale
8*4 Sale
25*4 Sale

........

m m w>

Nov.

Nov. 23

45*4 Sale
88*4 Sale
48*4 Sale
99
101*4
9*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
43*4 Sale
8*4 Sale
25*4 Sale
10*4
10*4

120
Sale

.....

40.

4

Sale

Sale
Sale

58

57

56

20% Sale
103*4 104%
58% Sale

..2.50

Continental Bak cl A

For footnote* see page

9

Feb.

4

19

Oct.

1

Nov.

Nov.

Sale
Sale

Oct.

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6% Oct.

3

48

Broadcasting

5% preferred v t c
100
2,400 Consumers Pow Co $4.50 pf.*
975.900 Container Corp of America.20

364,000
984,000
18,600

14

45

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

Oct.

2*4
10*4
*4
1*4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 19

10

90*4 Mar. 6
68*4 Mar. 3
19 100
Mar. 11
19
4*4 Mar. 16
19
13*4 Mar. 17

3

>3*4 Nov. 22

1*4
3*4
2%
11*4

Sale

124

56,480j

900

3

Nov.

Nov.

Sale

Nov. 24
Nov.
8

'

i}iMS

6

32

Nov. 24

Sale

Feb.

19

% Oct,

Nov. 5
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 12
Nov. 12

Sale

19

Oct.

1

Nov.

Sale

Oct.

2

14*4
1%
2*4
2*4
6%
14%

Nov. 23
Nov. 20

82

Nov. 24

89 *4 Oct.

4

Nov. 23
Nov. 23

Sale

36
Sale

34*4
16*4

-

40

6,200
6,200
186,500
6,200
10,400
132,000

Nov. 20
Nov. 10

Nov.

4*4 Nov.
1*4 Nov.

9

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

3*4

Sale
86

127
117

'

34,200
1,100
65,300
309,000
16,100
2,800
10,600

Nov.

2

47

Class B
2.50
15,200
69,700 Columbian Carbon y t c
*
167,500 Columbia Pictures Corp vt c *
13,700
32.75 cony pref
*
2,812,000 Columbia G 8c El common
33,800
6% pref series A........100
1,960
5% preferred—........100
403,300 Commercial Credit....... 10
16,200
4%% cony preferred
100
349,800 Comm'l Investment Trust.
$4.25 conv pref ser of'35—*
16,100
1,269,300 Commercial Solvents
..*
3.540,100 Commonwealth & Southern *
$6 preferred
133,700
*
81,400 Conde-Nast Publlc'ns...
283,600 Congoleum-Nalrn Inc....
*
9,700 Congress Cigar.....
3,470 Conn Ry & Ltg 4*4 % pref.100
112,600 Consol Aircraft Corp..—...1
80,500 Consolidated Cigar.——.
1,370
7% preferred
........100
4,050
6*4% prior pref........100
450
6*4 % prior pref ex-warr.100
122,800 Consol Film industry......!
111,100
$2 partlc preferred
....*
1,489,700 Consol Edison Co of N Y Inc *
81,940
$5 preferred...
......—*
129,100 Consol Laundries Corp....
2,593,900 Consolidated OH Corp
«.._*
$5 preferred....
4,500
77,000 Consol RR of Cuba 6% pf.100
702,900 {' consolidated Textile.....
321,700 Consolidation Coal Co ytc.25

800

31

75

30

—•

Colgate-Palmollye-Peet Co__*

5
c40

Sale

106*4 Sale

.

Climax Molybdenum Co....*

Coca-Cola Co (The)......— *

3

Sale

15

82

..100

Nov.

Nov. 12

1*4

4*4 Sale
31*4
32*4

Sale

111%

Cleve Graphite Bronze (The)l

11

52

Nov. 12

86*4 Mar. 10
23*4 Feb. 10

1

*4

34*4 Nov.

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

'

Feb.
104*4 Nov. 29 111
25*4 Nov. 23
63*4 June 10

40*4 Nov. 12
92*4 Nov. 18

92*4
1%

Sale
53
Sale
Sale

74
63

"10*4 Sale'

Nov. 20

Sale

Sale
3*4
Sale

6*4

19

Columbia

4,600

3*4
2*4

11*4

86

5% preferred
....100
1,320 ColOnlal Beacon Oil Co..
*
131,500 Colorado Fuel 8c Iron Corp
21,620 Colorado 8c Southern.... 100
13,410
4% 1st preferred
.....100
2,890
4% 2d preferred........100

lT.ood

c

43*4
75*4
14*4

Preferred

Nov. 15

Nov. 24

VA

VY

.....25

7

Sale

Chile Copper

Cluett, Peabody 8c Co

35% Nov. 24
3*4 Oct. 19
18*4 Oct. 19

46*4 Nov. 3
10*4 Nov. 15
39

Nov. 24

1*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
2*4 Sale
6*4 Sale
13*4 Sale
32
32*4

Sale

5

•

23,900
149,400
1,390
136.500
10,500
780,100
16,300
228,500
5,680

5

Sale

5
Sale

3
14

*

pref..*

Nov.

25*4 Nov. 23

11

91
2*4
4*4 Sale
1*4 Sale
6*4
6*4

14

ser

•

Sale

Sale

,

Cblckasha Cotton Oil.....It
*

8

Sale

2

7*4 Sale
2% Sale
14 %. Sale
7*4
9
31
31%
2% Sale

Chllds Co

..

6

24*4 Nov. 23

L04 *4 Nov. 29 105*4 Nov.

87*4

"2% "3"

Sale
Sale

132,200

120

40

Sale

8,620 ClevO Elec 111 $4.50

9,600
16,900

105*4 Sale
34*4 Sale
11*4
12
49*4 Sale

109*4 110*4
35% 36%
37 *4
50
8554
86%
66 *4 Sale

7% prefferred........—100
6% preferred
.....100

Chrysler Corporation
City Ice & Fuel

Highest
Sale Prices

\

Sale

....

Lowest
Sale Prices

35*4 Nov. 24

Sale

100

Chicago Yellow Cab

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

Sale

*

...

Sale

31

24

......100

41

Sale

5% preferred
...100
{Chicago 8c North West.-100
Chicago Pneum Tool
(3 cony preferred
tChlc Rock Isl 8c Pac

Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

Sale

610 Clere & Pitts RR Co 7% gtd 50
410
Special guar 4%
....50

280

Sale

71

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

46

......100

tChlc 8t East 111 RR

137,600 Clark Eaulpment
10 C C C & St Louis Ry Co...100

700
9,000

Bid

Ask

Bid

6%% preferred.......— 100
320 City Investing Co......—100
184,200 City Stores................5

20

r

Nov. 1

1937
Par

505,600
670,500
43,290

90

Jan. 2

—

Mar.
1
Feb. 11
Jan.
6
Mar.
4
Mar.
6
Jan. 14
Feb. 27
Oct. 29

15*4 Nov. 26

2

Oct.

18

Nov. 20

Oct.

19

8*4 Oct. 19
67*4 Aug. 20
24

Nov. 20

18*4 Nov. 23
6

19
18*4
24
19
21 109
Oct. 19 143*4
27
Nov. 23

Jan.

Oct.

Feb.

Oct.

Jan.

10
5
5

July

23

Oct.

Nov.

1

Nov. 20

3154! Mar.

Oct.

29

5
i

19

Jan.

34

N. Y. STOCK

AGGREGATE

SALES

Par

Sharer
29,000
52,000
6,100

"l",606
9,100
1,800
9,200
43,400
3,100
3,200

22,500
Participating
Pref..25
47,300 Diamond T Motor Car Co...2
477,700 Distil Corp-Seagrams Ltd
*
24,500
5% pref with warrants. 100
29,400 Dixie*Vortex Co..
3.890
Class A
♦

460

78,950 Doehler Die Casting Co.....*
*
361,300 Dome Mines Ltd
40,700 Dominion 8torea Ltd.......*

8,500

;

48.100
4,100

83,300
5,500
1.100

l,008f640

34 400 Dow Chemical Co

100

300

^00
500
120

600
•

200

'

Bid

Nov. 1

43

Ask

Sale

1734 Sale
8

Sale

t44
147
12
Sale
21
25
61
Sale
31H
33)4
39)4
40

Bid

Sale

19

9)4 Sale
3)4 Sale
100

Sale

9

13
40
21 *4
31 *4

19
55

Sale
Sale

10
26 34 Sale

6)4

Sale

15)4 Sale

94)4

70

21)4

20)4

16)4 Sale
33
34
23)4 Sale
44)4 Sale
5 14
6)4

"49)4 Sale"
11

!
11)4
70)4 Sale

.......*

"50)4 Sale"
36
1

2)4

Sale
>

76

34)4 Sale
95
97)4
34

35

14)4 Sale

1)4

,g

234

3)4 Sale
16
118

Sale

12)|

14
112)4 114

-

16,900
14,200
59,100
77.900

Ask

5

19

13

32
8

15)4
30

32
Sale
Sale

47

Sale
Sale
162)4

Sale

Nov.

1

1

106
98

158

Nov,

8

18

Nov. 10

5)4
25)4
7)4

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

4)4
12%

Sale
Sale

19

29

15

96
25

33
24
49

27

Nov.
Nov.

95

Nov.
Nov.

3

Nov.

44
41

Sale
Sale

r43

Sale

25)4

Sale

x25

Sale

6)4 Sale

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 22

23
24
20
23

24)4
5 J4
2554
8)4

51

9

Oct.

Oct.

8
1
8

10
106
98
130

9
1
4

,

■

"

...

.

J; 640

-rt

|

Fuller

Cojprlor pref.

*

$6 2d preferred...........*

m tiffin
7,900 :':'P3^20 Gabriel Co (The) Class A...*
26,300
192,000 Galr Co Inc
2,200
1,200
290

II,000
13.500
700

18,600
13,100
20

10,500
51,800
16,200
1,100
5,200
90
V

445.800
35,100
35,500
20

3.600
160

739.300
4,100
5,000
12,500
3.100
150

6,000
-11,500
60

61,700
6,500
23,900
2,260
10,500
1,500
40

15,600
33,700
1.600

.

5 M Sale
24
Sale
90
Sale

82)4 84
43 % Sale
VA

Sale

5)1

Sale

26$

56)!

112

27

19)4 Sale

59)4

40

34

113

t71)4 Sale

9M

8454

89)!
Sale

114% Sale
126)4 Sale
21)4 24)4
75

80

12)4
13)4
28)4 Sale
5H Sale
173 k Sale
23
69
200
*60

Sale
Sale
215
Sale

103
79
110

8)4 Sale
BH Sale
4)4 Sale

41)fSale
105
Sale
43 H Sale

3954 44
34)4 Sale

105)4
50
42

48

70
Sale

2)4

31
95

28)4 Sale

Sale

854 Sale
78)4
4)4 Sale
1154 Sale

354 Oct,

If

16

3)4 Oct.
634 Oct.
27
Oct.
24
Oct.
22
Oct.
34 Oct.

19

734 Feb.
6
2654 Jan. 14
92 3l Jan.
7

125

1)1 % 154
2
Sale

"?<r*"83r"
27
110
70
41

Sale
112
Sale

5

Sale

41)4

...

...........

Sale
Sale

118)4
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

41)4

'15'H Sale"
86)4

10)4
75
65
95

2)4 Sale

2
18
67

82

23

Sale

73)4
29)4
22)4

Sale
Sale
39

25

Sale

35)4 Sale
.87)4 Sale
20)4 Sale
Sale

5)4 Sale
55)4
64
22)4 Sale
Sale

2354

29
13)4 Sale

2)4 Sale
7
24

15

Sale
Sale
Sale

89)4 Sale
7)4 Sale
7k Sale
90
40 *4

9

108

95

Sale
Sale

125

5

Sale

13
25
73
25
110

Sale
Sale
83
Sale

3)4

42

55)4
42)4

66
120

Sale

112
27

Sale

6

Sale

28)4

12)4 Sale

10454 Sale
2)4 Sale
2254 Sale
2

95
Sale

Sale
29)4 Sale
27)4 Sale
15
Sale
19)4

22

26

95
14
12

67

51

94

Nov. 23

Sale

5)4
1354
2)4
2)4
12 J4
33;

23

17)4
2)4
31)4
85)4
1854
68)4
454
44)4
22)4

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 24
Nov. 29
Nov.
9

Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov. 15
Nov. 15

70

80
95

60

90
2

1
1

23
74

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

90

3

1

8
Nov. 29

92 +
3654
8 2054
29
Nov. 22 : 37)4
17)4 Nov. 26 23
2)4 Nov. 24 :s 3
27
Nov.20 35)4
85
Nov. 13
87)4
15)4 Nov. 23 22
68
Nov. 22
80
Nov.

Nov. 20
Nov. 12

13)4 Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov. 1

30

4

45

Nov. 22
Nov. 23

20)4 Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.
Nov.

1
1

1

2

Nov.

6

4 54 Nov. 23
20)4 Nov. 23
14)4 Nov. 30

7
24

89

Sale

88
6

Nov. 23
Nov. 23
Nov. 29
Nov.
5

91

Sale
Sale

31)4 Nov. 22
7 )| Nov. 24

41

6
91

Sale

40)4 Sale
754 Sale

125

r80

Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov.
Nov.

9

2

15

112
27

Nov.
Nov.

42)4 Nov.

1 116

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale-.

95
Sale
12
Sale
zlOH Sale

59)4

85

61

Nov.

8

90

1)4 Nov. 8
1654 Nov. 23

23

20
20
,
3

Nov. 24
Nov. 23

111

1
3

85

28

Nov.

5

15)4 Nov. 13
25

Nov.

Nov. 29
Nov. 23
954 Nov. 23
60
Nov.26

95

Nov. 29
3
Nov.
1
Nov.
1

95
10

12

see

page




40.

(Nov.

19)|

Oct.
Nov.

8
8

Oct.
Oct.

56
a

For footnotes

Oct.

95

4

1454 Nov.
67

May

18

1

Jan.

11

Jan.

4
Mar. 11
19 129
Apr.
2
19 1154 Feb. 19

19
19

11)4 Feb. 25

6
Jan. 14
19 4354 Mar. 4
19 10834 Mar. 9

20

18
19

98

Oct.

Sept.

9

Feb.

3
14
Jan. 12
Jan.
9
Jan. 13
Mar. 25
Jan.

Jan.

4

Jan.

8

,734 Mar.

3

15 k July 19
19 x3934 June 21
Jan. 16
19 33

13 153

19

14

32)4
65

25 12654

Nov. 16
Oct. 19

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
13)4 Oct.
9)4 Oct.

Nov. 12

Nov. 19

29)4 Jan. 18

52k

Sept. 27 152
Oct. 19 6414
44 34

1
14

2% Nov. 12

12)4 Nov. 19

Oct.

8)3 Oct.
10354 Oct.
154 Oct.
17
Oct.

Nov. 10
Nov.15
Nov. 10

20

Oct.

334 Oct.

1

30)4 Nov.

Oct.

21)4 Oct.

Nov. 15

Nov.

Oct.

31)4 Oct.

1

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29 150

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19
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254 Oct. 19 1854
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9
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lk Oct.
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14

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9

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13
26

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30 115)4 Jan.
19
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21 78)4 Jan.
3 81
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23 86)4 Feb.

19

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130

29
60

19

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1

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119

8

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104)4 104
23
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8 32
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15
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10)4 Nov. 23 16)4 Nov. 12

92

2

Feb, 23

7)4 Oct. 18 28
Jan. 28
23)4 Oct. 19 71)4 Jan. 15
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6)4

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31
22
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80
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50
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19
19
19

5

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2)4 Nov. 23
3)4 Nov. 22

28)4 Sale
21)4
90)4
3154
19)4

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19

154 Oct.
4 )4 Oct.
8)4 Oct.

2

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23)4 Sale
121)4 110, 120
42 k Sale
42)4 Sale
32
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1)4 Sale
1)4 Sale

118

45

3)4 Nov. 12
954 Nov. 12

9)4 Nov. 20

4)4 Sale

20

41

51

74
60

105

108

1)4 Oct.
14)4 Oct.
33
100
3

51)4 Nov. 16

27

12

105
4)4 Sale
4 *4 Sale

75

1

95

26
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"44)4 Sale"

6

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Nov. 23

954 Nov. 22
1)4 Nov. 23
154 Nov. 8
8)4 Nov. 8
24
Nov. 23

84
Sale

3

Nov. 10
27)4 Nov. 15

21
Nov. 15
Nov. 29 40)4 Nov. 3
Nov. 30 106)4 Nov.
5
Nov.
4
8)4 Nov. 10
Nov. 8 48
Nov. 12

"4 )4 "No~V." ~8

33)4 Sale"

22

50

Nov. 15

15
11

16

19 17
Mar. 5
Nov. 24 198
Aug. 16
Apr.
2 164
Nov. 4
15)4 Oct. 19 37 34 Feb. 11
3
Oct. ,19
16
Mar. 17
15)4 Oct. 10 45)4 Feb. 11

50)4 Nov. 15

Nov.

Jan.

Jan.
7
Jan.
5
Feb. 19
Jan. 16
Jan. 19

150

49

3

39)4
1)4
3)4
8)4
17)4

Jan. 28
Mar. 8
Jan. 25
July 13

144

1

14 Nov.

9

19
18
19
Nov. 18

x75)4 May 27

11)4 Sale

33
32)4
11)4 Sale
75
77*4

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Sale

.

15

Feb.

4134 Jan. 25
Feb. 17

2)4 Oct.

1
1
4

2)4 Nov. 8
6 54 Nov. 24
1054 Nov. 9
8
Nov. 19

3

8
Sale
13 M Sale

Sale

50

53

33
100
6
7)4
4754 42
45
51
51
65

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9
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13)4 Sale
9)4 Sale
71
78)4
5)4 Sale
13 % Sale
2)4 Sale
2
2)4
1034 Sale

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48)4

85)4

/

3

17)4
37)4

35

|39

48

91 *4

(Robt)
1
14,820
A3 preferred.............10
18,080 Gamewell Co (The).....
.» "26)4 "27""
2,350 Gannett Co Inc conv $6 pf..* 102
105
230,000 Gar Wood Industries Inc
3
16
16)4
183,800 Gen American Inventors
*
12)4 Sale
$6 preferred
8,100
.........* 104)! 107)4
73
Sale
150,300 Gen Apier Transp Corp.....5
297,700 General Baking Co
5
17)4 Sale
$8 1st preferred..........* 145
150
_1,540
271,500 General Bronxe
5
12
Sale
298,200 General Gable
___♦
28 34 Sale
Class A......
v
88,100
60)4 Sale
Preferred 7%
16,400
100 120
123)4
61,300 General Cigar Inc
50
Sale
.._..*
Preferred (7)......
1,460
100 150)4 154
3.053,600 General Electric
*
55 /Sale
396,550 General Foods........
39)4 Sale
763.300 General Gas Ac Electric cl A.*
2% Sale
2,070
$6 conv preferred A......*
55)4v69
68,800 General Mills..
J*
61)4 #2)1
6,470
6% preferred...........100 us)! m
6,302,900 General Motors Corp......10
62)4 /Sale
Preferred (5)...
64,100
* 12054 Sale
29,600 Gen Outdoor Advertising. A*
57 f Sale
Common.......
174,400
1434 Sale
69,800 General Printing Ink.
1
1,120
II preferred
"108""

40
6% preferred...........100
91,900 General Tb% & Rubber Co. .5
759,200 Gillette Safety Raxor ......*
|5 conv preferred.........*
20,700

100
106)4 108
7
7)4
7)4
45)4
60
45)4
46
45)4
60

33

Sale

107)1

y*

Sale

Sale

7

166,500 General Public Service.....*
4)4
120,000 General Ry Signal..........*
57
620
6% preferred
100 H5
Gen Realty A Utilities
927,900
Corp. 1
AH
$6 preferred..............*
66,000
44
148.200 General Refractories_......*
70
28,300 Gen Steel Castings $6 pref..* \S7
190,100 Gen Theatres Equip Corp...* |30
25,600 Gen Time instrum Corp....*

a

Sale

Sale

33)4

123

o*A

3

75
92

|25)4 Sale
'97
■73
107

Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 8
Nov. 9
Nov. 23
2)4 Nov. 19
17)4 Nov. 24

)4
)4
254 Sale
1854 Sale

«15 *4 Sale
77
81

1054
36)4
3554
2354
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44)4 Sale

Mar. 17
Mar. 9

107)4 Oct. 21 112
109)4 Oct. 27 115)4 Jan. 22

Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 12

4)4 Nov.

19
13
17
2
4
10

Oct. 19
Nov. 20 122
Jan.
Nov. 24 180)4 Jan.
Oct. 20 135)4 Feb.

Elec At Musical Ind—

506,100
American shares..........
13.200
2,941,200 Elec Power Ac Light
51,100
*
169,700
26,900
$7 preferred..............*
80,600
8,500
$6 preferred..............*
87,600 Blec Storage Battery. ......*
0,400
94,300 (Elk Horn Coal Corp.......*
1.300
•c.
159,700
2,400
6% preferred............50
265,000 El Paso. Natural Gas Co
3,700 i
3
50
16,800 Endlcott-Johnson
1,900
70 V,
2,400
5% preferred...........100
59,200 Engineers Pub Service......1
7,700
v
11,500
1,100
$5 conv preferred ........*
500
8,600
*5.50 preferred w w
.*
200
2,200
16 cum preferred.........*
.400
145,200 Equitable Office Bldg
4,500
504,800 Erie Railroad
.......100
12,500
216,100
4% 1st preferred.......100
81,300
5,600
4% 2d preferred
-100
180 Erie Ac Pittsburgh RR Co..50
85,500 Eureka Vacuum Clean......5
6,506
241,300 Evans Products Co
.....5
17,500
86,300 Exchange Buffet Corp. ..._.*
,1,900
65,650 Fairbanks Co.............25
1,430
32,140
2,650
8% preferred...........100
153,800 Fairbanks Morse Ac Co......*
18,200
2,000
6% preferred
—100
127,800 Falardo Sug Co Porto Rico.20
"s", 100
116,800 Federal Light Acf Traction._15
3,100
70
2,110
$6 preferred..............*
15,600 Federal Mining Ac Smelt..100
I,400
200
Preferred
—.-......100
7,820
314,000 Federal Motor Truck. ......*
7,600
178,500 Federal Screw Works.......*
3,100
234,400 Federal Water Service A....*
13,500
63,300 Federated Departm't Stores.*
4,700
3,400
23,900
4)4% preferred.........100
119,500 Fidelity Phenix Fire Int.2,50
9,000
160 Fllene'B (Wm) Sons Co......*
318,700 Firestone Tire Ac Rubber...10
14",300
24,200
1,600
6% preferred series A...100
9,600
105,800 First Natldhal Stores.......*
472,200 Fllntkote Co (The).........*
66,600
500
22,500 Florence Stove Co..........*
400
6,400 Florshelm Shoe (The) cl A..*
222,800 (Follansbee Bros...........*
3,500
ii
8,700
91,800 Food Machinery Corp.....10
870
2,890
4)4 % conv pref........100
34,600
......10
288,700 Footer* Wheeler
4,400
310
7% conv preferred........*
3,100
88,800 Francisco Sugar Co........*
280 >
1,650 Franklin Simon pref......100
15,300 .1 (340,100 Freeport Sulphur Co
10
,180 M 3.080
6% conv pref...........100

19

34 Oct. 25
34 Oct. 19
1)4 Oct. 19

Nov. 18
Nov. 19

7)4 Nov.

19

18
7

46 k

554 Nov. 19 1254
19 7734
79)4 Nov. 26 143 k
30
Oct. 19 55

14)4 Nov. 12
54 Nov. 23
1

19

26 34 Oct.

3

34

19

35

Nov. 19

Oct.

16)4 Oct.

5
1

6)4 Nov. 12
36)4 Nov. 12

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Oct.

Oct.

Nov. 20 164

x4

4)4 Sale
13)4 Sale

20)4 Sale

10
15

Nov. 24 169

18)4
3)4
18)4
554

20)4 Sale
4)4 Sale

5854 Mar. 17
8

243! Mar.
154 Oct. 19 10)4 Feb.
90)4 Nov. 30 146)4 Jan.
5
Oct. 19 22
May
12)4 Oct. 15 30
May
34
Nov.20
76H Feb.
18)4 Oct. 19 36)| Feb.
30
Oct. 15 40 )4 Feb.
654 Oct. 19 23
Apr.
60)4 Oct. 20

3)4 Nov.
12)4 Nov.
Nov.20 112)4 Nov.

4)4 Nov. 23
144
160

Sale
161

Highest
Highest

75)4 Nov. 12
17)4 Nov. 5

Nov. 24 125
Nov. 13 134
13154 131
109)4 Nov. 3 112
110)4 Nov. 1 115

Sale

654 Sale
153

Nov. 23

Nov." "3

41

22)4 Nov. 12
33)4 Nov. 18
10
Nov.
1

2)4 Nov. 8
11)4 Nov. 23

3
12

107)4 114

109H 110
110 k Sale

Sale

)|

)4

2)4

20
1
19
23
26

10)4 Nov. 16

.

11

4

Nov. 19

30

32

1154 Sale
H
%

114"

Sale

18)4 Nov.
44)4 Nov.
554 Nov.
29)4 Nov.
79)4 Nov.

Sale
,

Nov.

Nov.
9
Nov. 15

16
31

5)4
6
33)4 Sale

112)4

Sale

14

65)4 Nov. 26

1654

21

Nov.20
Nov.
6

30)4 Nov. 6
7)4 Nov. 26

15)4 Sale
67
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale

34
20

Sale
24
Sale

22

87
28

Nov. 12
Nov.
1
Nov. 1

v

36)4 Sale

134

7)4 Sale

19)4
Nov. 20
9)4
2)4 Nov. 26
3k
90)4 Nov. 30 100
7

Lowest
Sale Prices
13
Oct. 19
5
Oct. 19

7)4

Sale

169
163
24 H

Highest
Sale Prices

14)4 Nov. 23

Sale
8)4 Sale
2)4
2)4
90)4 Sale
17

112
132)4 134)4 131

173)4 Sale

125

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

289,700 Eastern Rolling Mills....... 5
1154
145,400 Eastman Kodak Co. of N. I.* 175 34
3,550
6% preferred........... 100 159
180,400 Baton Mfg. Co..........
34
4
369,200 Rltingon Schtld
12)4
*
569,610 Electric Auto Lite (The)
5
39)4
881,600 Electric Boat.
3
12)4

,300
1,700
3,200

19,300
18,800

Douglas Aircraft Co Inc....*

11,200 Dresser (S R) Mfg cony cl A..*
Class B
•
34,000
20.300 (Duluth South Sh Ac Ati.100
34,100
6% preferred........... 100
62,500 Dunhill International......!
15,200 Duplan Silk.
980
8% preferred
.....100
486,100 Du Pont de Nem & Co (EI)_20
20,500
6% non-voting deben..l00
4,700
$4.50 preferred...........*
5.120 Duquesne Light 5% 1st pf.100

3 200

Jan. 2

1937

512,700 Delaware Ac Hudson
100
840,100 Del Lack & Western.
.-50
71,300 (Denver RIoGr Ac Was prof 100
38,600 Detroit Edison..... .....100
5,110 Detroit Ac Mackinac Ry Co 100
1,290
5% non cum pref.._..__100
17,900 Devoe Ac Reynolds A
—•
88,800 Diamond Match.
...*

1,700

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

H. T. STOCK EXCHANGES

Sharer

I November

;

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS

Since
Jan. 1

In

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

354
64)4
6534

Jan. 28
Feb.
1
Mar. 9
Jan.
5
Feb. 17
Jan. 14
Feb.
4
Feb. 11
Mar. 4
Mar.
4
Mar. 31
Jan. 23
Jan. 13
Jan. 21
Feb.
9
Jan. 18
Jan. 29
Jan. 18

Feb.
1
1 124
70)4 Feb.-11
1225! Feb. 2
9
19 6034 Jan.
19 15)! Feb.
1
Mar. 20
19 19
Jan. 19
15 110
554 Jan. 13
19
19 65)4 Feb.
4
8 11734 Jan. 22
19
554 Jan. 20
19 4834 Jan.
7
19 70)4 Feb.
4
Jan.
6
19 88
19 3354 Jan. 25
19 4334 Feb. 11
Nov. 29
29 95
19 24
Aug. 30
19 2034 Feb.
1
19 88H Feb. 23

19

25

DEC., 1937]
AGGREQATE

N. Y. STOCK

SALES

In

November

Par

1,200
■vv-17,400
1,600
54,200
15,100
13,500

Bid

GlmbeY Brothers.....——*

21

$6 preferred-............-*
254,300 Glldden Co (The)........—*
22,200
414% con* preferred...—50
270,100
Rights
————
371,500 Gobel (Adolf)
J
336,200 Goebel Brewing Co
....-1
510 Gold A Stock Teleg Co.—100

63",400

1,140,000
60,300
2,536,300

5,000
127,500
6,100
6,400

A

Goodrich (B Fj

—*

$5 preferred..———*
Goodyear T A R
....
*

133,800
$5 preferred.—a-.*—*
131,000 Gotham Sllk^Hosieiyiy,.—_•
2,630
Preferred
1,805,600 Graham-Paige Motor* ii
1

A

80

.

126,200

Granby Consol Mining ^. . a
Smelting & Power Ltd-4.-5
176,600 Grand Union Co trust etfs.-l

22,600

492,900

3,000
2,600
10,600
10,500
14,500
137,800
6,800

92,900
106,900
102,400
527,000
1,363,900
125,100
2,880
360
7 195,700
710
1,121,200
50,900
126,200
4,370
37,300
32,100

40

•

60
10,300
10

63,600
:

7,200
6,400
170

2,800

3,600

;

Sale

22

81H

6054

Sale

2851 Sale

8954
554

93

64

Sale

I

9654

ft

Sale

Great Northern

4254 Sale

*

Great West Sug

pref——-It®
-4*
-

145

Western RI$_100

52

...—-—1

34

(H L) Co

Copper—100
Greyhound Corp (The)—.-*
554% preferred—.——10
Greene Cananea

Guantanamo

Sale

10®

Preferred.
Green Bay &

Green

42

Sugar..—.— *

8% preferred———100
Gulf Mobile Or Northern—100

6% preferred.———100

6254
Sale

7354
80
1454 Sale

"354 "354
5154
1254
5154

56
13
53

6,800
1,000
70
200

17,600
10

2,900

3

2,000
33,000

1,100
210

6,900
2,000
2,800

44,900
.2,800
2,940

Hercules Powder...........*
New.

14854 153

"1754

Holland Furnace..—.....—*

"4954 Sale"

7% preferred.........—100
180,200 Homestake Mining..... 12.50
18,700 Houdallle-Hershey cl A
*
354,000
Class B
•

60,600
2,500

33,500

2354 Sale
4254 Sale
11354

2454 Sale

22

32,700
10,800
1,583,900

600

Houston OH of Texas * t c. 25

"13" Sa"le"

358,000
90,100

3,500
64,800
23,100
3,100
1,000
54,700

Howe Sound Co........—5
Hudson A Manhattan....108

6454 Sale
454
454
1154
1254
1854 Sale

24,000
838,400

Common stock..........-*

5% preferred—........100

5% preferred...........100
Hudson Motor Car

...—*

35,600

354,900 Hupp Motor Car Corp.——1

78,800

920,300 Illinois Central..........100
27,300
6% pref series A.......100
6,610
Leased line 4%-.—.....100
15,530
RR sec stock ctfs ear A1000
139,900 Indian Refining
—.—10
438,800 Industrial Rayon Corp.....*

4,700
1,070
500

4,600
21,800
4,800

Nov. 23

25

1

13

Oct.

19

5054 Mar. 11

3

55

Nov. 22

Nov.

1

875< Mar. 11

60

55

454 Sale
154
2

Sale

15

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

13

1954
3254
1354
2954
2954

Nov. 10

254 Nov.

354 Nov. 23
154 Nov. 22
Nov. 24

Nov. 12

61

154 Nov. 19

12

125

131

1

Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov.

3

Nov.

3

Nov.
Nov.

5
5

Nov. 15

Nov.

1

21

23
29

99

92

145

Sale

129
14

17
95
23
2654
3 128
Nov. 26
754

3

Nov. 19
Nov.
4

18

3

123

Nov. 12

Nov. 18 71
Nov.
3
Nov.
Nov. 24
Nov. 23
9354 Nov.
Nov. 24
754 Nov.
Nov. 24 9254 Nov.
Nov. 24 13254 Nov.
Nov. 20
1954 Nov.

18
1

5
12
4
29
12

50

53

94
22

129

43

9154
9354
2154
25
2354 Sale

"1354

126

Sale

8354 85
1554 18
2254 Sale
103
11

4254 Nov. 26

50

83
20

93,

Sale

Sale

5654
5954
8254
85
854 Sale
5154 Sale

5154 Sale
7954 8354
754 Sale
4754 Sale
154
254
554 Sale
*7 54 Sale
154 Sale

134
135

—*

117

Int

286,100

2,540,200

Internat Nickel of Canada..*

50

i;

.

170

6,100
99,000
12,600
2,400
5,300
85,700
900

.

132,600
3,700

"3" 150
a

1,000
2,400
2,100
490

2,320,600

50

Insuranshares Ctfs Ino—..1

flnterboro

Rap Tran.....100

d Interchemical

Corp..-..--*

6% preferred.————100
Intercontinental Rubber...*

126

Sale

2354 Sale
554
554
11 ?4 Sale
45
4754
11054
-----

5

Sale

Inter lake Iron...——......*

1754 Sale

(nternat

5
43

Prior

Agricultural———*

preferred

—100

Sale
Sale
191

Int Business Machines.....*

186

(nternat Harvester,..—.

10554 Sale

*
7% preferred.......——100
Internet Hydro-Elec Sys A.25
Internet Mercan Marina.—.*

Mining Corp_.___-___._l

Internat Tel A Tel

*

157

160

954 Sale
654
654
1754 Sale

6354 Sale
13254 13554
12

89

129

11

105
50

6

10

May 22 13554 Feb.
2
4254 Nov. 26 6754 Jan. 21

1554 Oct.

41,500
210

2,070
5,400
100

'

22,200
237.800
4,200
23,925
46,900
750
183,700
36,600
36,200
43,800
1.090

Jewel Tea Inc...........

•

Fohns-Man*ille ..........—*

Sale

4

554
2954

Oct.

19

*3954 Oct.

19

Oct.

19

2854 Nov. 12
1354 Nov. 1

23
6

Oct, 19

5854 Nov.
Nov.

3
8

44

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

1

8054 Nov. 23
454 Oct. 19

1

37

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
1
1
1

354
2854
142

Orphfum pf.101

10,700

126.400

15,100
150

Con* class B
130.400
1
3,480 Kendall Co 16 pt pf set A...*

For footnotes seepage 40.




.....

654 Nov. 23
754 Nov. 20

10

Nov. 12

17

72
132

5854
954
354
454

3

1

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

4254 Sale
126

21

,754 Sale

5254 Sale
2654 28
4954 Sale
32
86

12

Sale
88
.

Sale

84

87

15054 Sale

Sale

Nov. 24

H54 Nov.

1

3M Nov. 10

2754 Nov. 15

37

Nov. 23

4654 Nov.

1

'5054 Sale" "38"" "46"
2154 Sale
36

:

11654
2054
21
4354 Sale
2954 31
2454
25
104
110
20

Sale

24

Sale

75

80

754 Sale
754 Sale
1654

Sale
7754
88
1354 Sale
2254
24
113
125
55

§4

1954
11854
1054
17

2054
1654
87
•

Sale

II

1754 Sale
10454 107

95

2054
3254
1954
72
>7
754
1254
75

2254
Sale
2254
7754

Sale
Sale
Sale
79

954_NOV.~25 "1454"Nov."I2
*3854 Nov. 24
254 Nov. 24
44

20
32
18

72

Sale
Sale

23

5354 Nov.
6
Nov.

19

19

Oct.

18*4 Oct.

19
16

19

10

854
5754
2854
4954

Nov.
Nov.

3
3

30

24 !>■

Nov.

1

24

80

19

19

16

Oct.
Oct.

19

Nov. 12

65

Oct.

52
19 110

854 Nov. 10
854 Nov. 10
1654 Nov. 1

4

Oct.

19

Nov. 24
Nov. 22

55
86
Nov. 17 12354
Nov. 14 82

Nov.
1
Nov. 15

Nov.
Nov.

11

19

654 Oct. 23

9

3
3

Jan.
4
Aug. 5
Jan. 18
Jan. 29
Apr.
9
Jan.
7

Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.

16

30
16

26
4

11
19

1554 Feb. 17
854 Nov. 10
8
9

Nov. 29

4954 Nov. 24 8754 Jan.
Jan.
6554 Nov. 22 155
120

Mar. 18 126

Jan.

6454 Nov. 24 136

Feb.
Jan.

46
1554 Nov. 23
11554 Apr.
8 121
Oct.

19

1454 Oct.

19

5
15

Oct.

29

13

80

Nov. 20 110

1

7

1
1

90

4

6
8
2

16

6
Mar. 17
Mar. 17

4454 Jan.
35

19
Nov. 20

Nov.

Nov.

17
17

Mar. 6
Feb. 23
Jan. 18
Jan. 20
Apr. 20
July 17
Mar. 16
Mar. 11
Apr. 14

954 Oct. 19 3654 Jan.
7254 Oct. 18 10754 Apr.

754 Nov.
95

10
21
21

2654 Jan. 30
2054 Oct. 19 30
Apr. 16
9 *116
Sept. 23 127
Aug. 4

Nov. 23
1954 Nov. 1
Nov. 9 11854 Nov. 9
Nov. 23
1054 Nov. 1
Nov. 8 2054 Nov. 27
Nov. 23
2054 Nov.
1
Nov. 20
1654 Nov. 1
Nov.20 87
Nov. 3

754 Nov. 23
454 Nov. 23
90
Nov. 29

Oct.

1954 Oct.

1
3

22

6354 Apr, 14

454 Sept. 25

22

Nov. 29

11
20

M»r. 17
11
Jan. 20
2554 Mar. 11
2254 Jan. 20
4754 Apr. 20
144
Feb.
5
143
July 30

•254 Oct. 19
35

37

80

Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Aug.

37
Nov. 23
7854 Mar. 10
12754 May 27 13554 Jan.
5
854 Sept, 13 18
Apr, 6
454 Sept. 10
954 Apr.
6
754 Oct. 19 1954 Sept. 22
3654 Oct. 19 6854 Sept. 22

20

654 Nov. 23
654 Nov. 8

9

72

5854 Nov. 23 13154
65? Oct. 19 3354
6
354 Oct. 19
154 Oct. 19 1354
20
Oct. 19
6454
98
Nov. 19 11154
254 Oct. 19 1154
6
Oct. 19 2854
2
Oct. 19
954

29

9
Nov. 29
1154
1354 Nov.
2154 Nov. 26 24Nov.
2154 22
Nov. 9 118
118
116
118
Nov.

954 Sale
6
Sale
91

1
9

"5354Nov""9

10

.....

Oct.

554 Oct.

6

24

1054 Nov. 26
7754 Nov. 3

Sale
5354 Sale
4954
Sale
7854 Sale
6554
122
12354 11654 122
Sale
73
Sale
6454
1554
1754 Sale
Sale
12054 11854
12054 119
9
Sale
754
Sale
22
1654
1954 Sale
Sale
1654
1754 17
13
Sale
1354
14
93
80
83
86

754 Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4

6754 M

12754 Nov. 22 14154 Nov. 12 12754 Nov. 22 189
5354 Nov. 22 7754 Nov.
1
5354 Nov. 22 120
138
Nov. 30 15054 Nov. 6 138
Nov. 30 162
654 Nov. 8
854 Nov. 15
3
Oct. 19
1654
4
Nov. 23
654 Nov. 1
154 Oct. 19 1554
754 Nov. 26
954 Nov* 5
6
Oct. 19
1854

132

4254 Sale
354 Sale

19

Nov. 24

854 Nov. 23
254 Nov. 23

132

19

72

1

19
4
5

38

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 23

132

4

Sale
30

8v«
16

39

1
6
1

3

Jan.

19

19

Oct.

1354 Nov. 12
454 Nov. 4

73
94

19

4

19

16

Nov.

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.

7
3
53
Nov.
5
41
Jan.
5
2754 Feb. 11

Oct.

19

1

70

June

5254
12054
3054
4354
11454

154 Oct.

Oct.
154 Oct.
354 Oct.

1

Nov. 23
Nov. 8
Nov. 22
Nov. 23

Jan.

37

1754
9054
554
1554
2354
454

954 Nov.

654 Nov.

454 Sale
954 Sale
3
Sale
2454 Sale

19

Nov. 23
2454 Nov.
Nov. 24
86
Nov.
Nov.
6 132
Nov.

Nov. 24
2954 Nov.
Nov. 19 102
Nov.
354 Nov. 16
454 Nov.

554 Sale

§1

Kelsey Hayes Wheel—
Convertible class A.......1

Nov.

98

.....

53

Sale
Sale

Kelth-Albee

K Nov. 12

44

24

100

'1354 Sale" "1054 Sale"
"854 "9"

128
44

City Lt 1st pf Ser B *
City Southern——100
4% preferred.........—100
Kaufman Dept Stores..212.50
5
Kayser(J) A Co

Sale

13

2154 Nov. 15

Nov. 23

39

98

4654 Sale
125

lones A Laugh Steel pref. 100

Kansas

4

954 Nov. 24
1654 Nov. 24

8254
854
5254
254
754
954
254

454 Sale
2554 Sale

146

123

Kansas

132

6654 Sale
1254 Sale

7754 Sale
6354
14654 15154 138
754 Sale
754
5
Sale
454
854
854
854

Sale

Kalamazoo Stove A Fura ColO

126

20
23
24
26
24
26
20
20

Sale
Sale

454 Sale
1154 Sale

126

...

7
8
754 Sale
2054 Sale
7354 Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
654 Nov.
154 Nov.

110

102

100

Preferred

Sale

4854
8054
654
4154
154
554

19

8

5

Sale

-

ft;

134

6954 Sale
1254 Sale

Oct. 19 185
Feb.
3
Nov. 24 6054 Nov. 29

125

53

Nov.

22

10
14
13
25
Nov. 24 126
Feb.
9
Nov. 24 166
Jan.
6
Oct, 19 3954 Feb. 11

1

Sale

...........

1,100
1,600

6,600
4,500
1,700
4,200
180

Inspiration Cons Copper..20

136

39,100
Foreign share certifs——*
295,100 Interstate Dept Stores—
* '3254 Sale"
Sale
2,920
Preferred
IOC 105
1954 20
38,900 Intertype Corp............*
58,800 Island Creek Coal—....*..1
2854 Sale
620
26 preferred—............1 12054

19,700

,

Steel

.....

177,500
32,200

2,200

Inland

6,700
Preferred..!..
100
260,200 Internat Paper A Pow cl B.*
888,800
Class C———.—*
526,400
N#w—................. .15
336,900
5% con* pref...........100
20,380 Int Rys of Cent Amer
—*
3,130
Voting trust certificates—*
25,320
5% preferred...........100
17,200 International Salt......—.*
35,600 International Shoe.........*
72,200 International Silver—..—106
9,075
7% preferred
100

2*16",§56

19

Jan.

7054 Nov. 19 10654 Feb.
8
Jan.
154 Oct. 19
81
Nov. 23 11754 Aug.
6
Oct. 19
1554 Jan.

109

Nov. 20

1154 Sale

Feb. 16
Feb. 18

19
5854 Mar. 5
28 140
Feb. 26
19
1754 Jan. 11

19

10

3954 Sale

6% preferred...........100

116,900
25,700
13,500

■

22,300
112,800
6,800
16,800
5,200

31
29 108
26 105

19

24

44

3754 Sale

7

8

Jan.

19

Nov. 19

Sale

2254
4454
754
954
954 Sale
2454 Sale
86
Sale

Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

Jan.

2054 Feb. 10

Oct.

Sale

2054

71
1554 Sale
1354
1354

8

36

1554 Oct.

47

46>|

47

3454 Feb.

10954 Nov. 27 10954 Nov. 16

13

68

5
6

10

11

Sale

59

1754 Mar.
5954 Mar.

19

93

10

25

254 Sale

15

19

Oct.

'Oct.
Oct.

3
8

1654 Feb.

1154 Mar. 18
454 Jan. 11

Nov. 19

2954
1354 Sale

654 Sale
954 Sale

Oct*

98

Nov. 26 111

21

8

Mar.

19
19
19

83

2*54 Nov.

5

5654 May 20

20

Nov.
Nov.

254 Sale

1
8

5
2454 Nov. 15

5054 Sale

26

Nov. 15
Nov. 8
Nov.
4

5

12

4854 Feb.
4754 Jan.
2854 Mar.

Nov. 19 105
Nov. 27
Nov. 24
1354 Nov. 1
Nov. 23
2454 Nov. 10

93

100

10954

Nov. 26
Nov. 19

1854 Nov. 24

Sale
Sale

2154 Sale

Sale

Nov. 19 129

92

1

Nov.

Jan.

554 Jan. 23

Nov. 15

Nov. 19
2654 Apr. 17
454 Oct. 19
19
95

15

2754 Feb.

Jan.
2
Mar. 2
Mar. 10
Mar. 10

354 Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 5
10554 Nov. 22 124
Sale' 50
Nov. 24
6054 Nov. 29
126

12

5
9

4254
Oct. 14 14554
Sept. 14 6454
Oct. 19 3954

25

4

95

19
19

754 Oct.
754 Oct.
54 Oct.

5

Nov.

854 Nov.
2454 Nov.

Sale
21
12754 128
Sale
554
71
70 54
Sale
254
Sale
81
Sale
654
91
89

60

19

Oct.
Oct.

18

Jan.

454 Feb.

19
19

Oct.

10

2754 Nov.
33

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

19

Oct.

2354
2354
133
5054
1554

12

32

Nov. 17
654 Nov. 19

Oct.

1454 Nov.20
2454 Nov. 20

1
Nov.
4
Nov. 30
Nov.
1

Sale
22
Sale
Sale

19

154 Oct,

Nov.

25

Sale

96

3

4

25

Mar. 11

1354 Jan.

19

10

3

Nov.

4754 Mar. 11

18

Oct.

154 Oct.

1

Nov.

Oct.

354 Oct.

554 Nov. 3
254 Nov. 12
15

Sale
1654
1454 Nov. 22 1954
Sale
2654
2454 Nov. 20 3254
Sale
1354
1154 Nov. 24 1454
Sale 12654
24
Nov. 23
3054
30
2854
2754 Nov. 19 30
125
133
131
13154 Nov. 29 133
6454 45
5054
6454 5054 Nov. 5 5054
2154 Sale
1854 Sale
1654 Nov. 23
2254
30
61
35
59
60
Nov. 15
60
1154 Sale
1054 Sale
954 Nov. 26 1154
854
9
854
854
854 Nov. 15
9
154 Sale
154 Sale
154 Nov. 19
154
20
25
16
21
15
Nov. 19
18
7
Sale
654 Sale
5
Nov. 22
7
22
21
Sale
f Sale
Nov. 22
14
22
Nov. 19

18
2

Nov.

58

60

28

6054 Nov.

19

23 54 Sale

Ingersoll-Rand———.—*

41,000
1,290
211,300
1,448,400
99,000
160,900
50,800
3,410
253,500
1,933.600
716,800
123,300
55,500
676,900
21,900
1,376,700
348,000
442,900

-

;

6854 Sale

17

Oct.

19
28 115

Household Finance—

ft

25
19

Feb.

Oct,

19 141

454

554 Sale
254
254

47

"4154 "42"

6

2

1654 Oct.

Sale

2

12054 12154

720

19

9

5154 Jan.
5854 Jan.
% Oct.
654 Feb.
854 Feb.

77

6554

.

15 54 Nov. 23
5454 Nov. 24

Sale

"59"

9,010
$5 con* preferred—......*
168,500 Hollander (A) A Son.......-5
156,500 Holly Sugar Corp—————*

'32 Oct.
154 Oct.

9054 Mar.

18

11254

106,200

25

Nov. 12
7854 Nov. 19 *92
454 Nov. 27
554 Nov.
1

es

12,000
1,590
7,900
9,500

Oct.

96

Sale

454

108

preferred.———*

43

2054 Sale

16,300

con*

19
19
19

83

....—......——-—*

2,700 Hinde & Dauch Paper Co.. 10

754 Oct.
4954 Oct.
2054 Oct.

55

1,600

$4

1

65

1,600
600

4.
8

Nov. 19

3

1

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov. 12
Nov. 1
Nov. 12
Nov. 1

Sale
Sale
Sale

-

I29'" Hi¬ 128" Sale"

.

3

1254 Nov.
60

3054
4754
54
354
354

92

6% preferred...........100
18,200 Hershey Chocolate
*

130

Nov.

% Nov.
254 Nov.

Sale

354 Sale

,

8,600

40

45

Sale

254 Sale

t 354 Sale

Nov. 22

Highest
Sale Prices
29 54* Mar.
9

66

25

115£ Sale

10154

854 Nov. 23
53

Kt Sale

100
Sale

3254 Sale

57

47

354 Sale
93

Lowest
Sale Prices

2454 Nov. 26

Sale

3

Sale
654 Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

'

2854 Sale

54 Sale

5 54

117

9J4 Sale
49

Sale

46
I

20

Grant (W T)

Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

33 ft 3554
8,100 Hackensack Water—... 25
2654 2754 2454
V
33
34
33
4,160
Preferred A..————25
3454 3754
210,400 Hall Printing
854 Sale
1354
14
——..10
654
25
26
21
45,800 Hamilton Watch...—
2854 Sale
*
101
95
3,180
6% preferred
......100 10554 106
94
100
92
4,700 Hanna (M A) Co $5 pref
• 10254 Sale
51
Sale
125,100 Harbison Walker Refrac
2654 Sale
*
2354
520
121
128
121
6% preferred..—.....100 12854 130
60,500 Hat Corp class A.—1
7
1654
1654
754
8
\
73
75
2,310
6054
10854
654% preferred w W——108 107
3
Sale
6
Sale
268,700 Hayes Body Corp........—2
254
26,600 Hazel-Atlas Co............25 10054 10154
92 \
9854 93
594,200 Hecker Prod Corp ▼ t C——
1354 Sale
75k Sale
754
92
96
125
6,200 Helme (G W)
90
25 110
890
167
131
12554 154
7% preferred————100 164
18
Sale
101,800 Hercules Motors———*
3454 Sale
1654

900
170

V

56

Sale

2854 Sale

"

Great Northern Ir ore prop.*

preferred series...*
Granite City Steel
—.1.*
con*

1254

Sale

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

60

8854

45

Sale
Sale
23
Sale
Sale

S3

Bid

Sale

654
454
2154
4354
47 54

-

(

Ask

8654

i

Nov. 1

1937

Share*

713,400
27,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares
50,000

35

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

EXCHANGE-STOCKt

Mar,

2754 Jan.
Jan.

19
6

18
14

Oct. 19 2354 Feb. 11
Oct. 19
1954 Jan. 14
Nov. 29 10954 Feb.
4

^

36

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS
a

sales

aggregate
In

Shares

Kennecott Copper
•
Keystone Steel & Wire Co—*

Bid

27,300

sft:

l.ioo
ftftftft"
2,100
16,700

36

44

26

5%
49 %

6
50

3

29%
10%

Sale

ft

Kress (S H) Ik Co new.. ....*

43

Kroner Grocery Ik Bak

23

*

—

Kinney (G R)..............1
8% preferred

|5 prior preferred
... *
Kresge(S S) Co
.......—10

19 %
42

1

Kresge Dept Stores

'

ft

12
44%
Sale

Sale
26

4,760
5,970

19

100
840 ft-./
5% preferred...........100
231,100 Lambert Co (The;..........*
7,100
11,600 Lane Bryant
100

231,500 Lee Rubber 8c Tire..
117,700 Lehigh Portland Cement.. 25
2,580
4% conr preferred
100
521.300 Lehigh Valley
........50

6,900
10,600
140

.

22,700 ft
12,700 V; 270.700 Lehigh Valley Coal.........*
145,510
6% cony preferred.......50
9,000
164,100 Lehman Coro (The)
1
22,400
,ft56,300 Lehn & Fink Products Corp.5
'ft ftftft3,900
74,800 Lerner Stores Corp
<,
..*
9,900 ft
344,900 Llbbey-Owens Ford Glass...*
40,500
394,000 Libby McNeill 8c Llbby
*
10,900
33,200 Life Savers Corp
........5
4,000
22,900 LI00ett & Myers Tob com. .25
4,700
174,300
Series B
.......25
13.700
11,300
Preferred
........100
2,000
29,500 Lily Tulip Cup Corp
*
ft
700
211,700 Lima Locomotive Works....*
17,600
52,700 Link Belt Co
*
ft. 3,000
80,200 Liquid Carbonic new
..*
13,400 ft,
921,700 Loew's Incorporated
*
98,200
13,200
$6.50 preferred
*
1,900
757,600 Loft Incorporated...
_....*
43,700
337,200 Lone Star Cement Corp.....*
23,900
398,200 Long Bell Lumber A
*
13,100
55,400 Loose-Wiles Biscuit.......25
6,600
2,540
5% preferred
■,
150
.......100
411,800 Lorillard (P) common—...10
19,400
1
6,740
Preferred
.......100
790
82,800 Louisville Gas & Elec A
*
5,900
69,700 Louisville & Nashville
100
•
5,700
1
19,100 ;; 475,600 Ludlum Steel
-

■

23

25%
39%

38

....

21% Sale

1

•

-

.

.

1,400 ft' ft

14,600 MacAndrews 8c Forbes Co._10

50

490

24,100

H) Co, Ins
*
Madison Square Garden....*
Magma Copper
....10
tManatl Sugar
..100

960

309,800
390,000
59,300
86,200
42,600
V. 2,300
18,870

260

,

770

18

Sale

18% Sale
2% Sale
16%
16%

"18% Sale"
58%
70

Sale

101

Sale

8%
1%
5%
30%
11%

60

27

Sale

48

9% Sale
26%
27%
107
108%

9%
26
85

108

Sale

168
21

172
22

60

Sale

29

54% Sale

43

Sale

63

87%
156%

17%

•ft

10,600
300
200

t .

tj'

,

.

,

300

3,000

7,200
27,100
210
'

100

8,150
25,400
762,200
244,500

ft

160
800

52,500
25,000
4,900

2%

23

143%

Sale

Sale

;

300

3,100
ftf 8,600
33,700
14,700
53,100
2,800
10,000
1,
60
•3
18,400
.

60

200

4,200
15,900
2,360
290

7,600
62,700

I 24,500
10,100
1,230

ft" 8", loo

1,390
86,500
311,100
8,800
7,700
70,600
272,200
124,500
900.000
48,800
198,600
1,400

44%
53% Sale
14% Sale

"14% "l6
37%

20
39

Martin (Glenn L) Co...
Martin Parry Corp..

1

10

$3 preferred ex-warrants..*

$6 1st preferred ..........*
McCall

Corp
tMcCrory Stores

6%

conv

""9% Sale"

........*

..*
new com_.l

preferred

100

McGraw Electric Co, new___l
McGraw Hill Pub Co.
_..*

Mclntyre Porcupine Mines
5
McKeesport Tin Plate
...10

40
150

Sale
163

62

Sale

"

14% Sale
39%

48

44

$3

conv

McLei

an

pref

106% 110
36

Sale

18% Sale
100

102

"23% '24%
39% Sale

5

._..*

Stores Co.

1

— ...

35.100 Melville Shoe Corp
462,400 Mengel Co
16,410
5% conv 1st pref

..*
1

100
..*

2,120 Merch & Mln Transp Co
131,100 Mesta Machine Co
1,126,300 til ami Copper

5
5

467.400 Mid-Continent Petroleum. 10
149.200 Midland Steel Products
*

10.560

8% 1st preferred
100
670 Milw El Ry & Lt 6% pref__100
66,700 Minn-Honeywell Reg Co
..*

390

3,950

35,800
1,100

996.100

4%

conv

pref ser B.....100

24

Nov.

3

17

Nov. 10

18% Nov. 12
7% Nov. 17
9

19% Nov.

1

14% Oct.

23

100
6

Nov. 23

1

Nov. 18
Nov. 24

4

106
Sale

102

4

14% Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov.
1

8%
1 %
6%
30%

Nov. 12
Nov.
1
Nov. 3
Nov.
1

12

Nov. 30

Nov. 26
Nov. 24

28% Nov. 12

Nov. 23

9% Nov. 1
26% Nov. 17
90% Nov. 17

Nov. 26

48

Nov.

8

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

93
8
3 160

1

Nov. 18
Nov. 12

Nov. 10

17% Nov. 10

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

31
43

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 30
Nov.
1

22

19% Nov.

3

24

64

1

Nov.

Nov. 4
24 104
16
1% Nov. 3
8 43% Nov. 15
19
4% Nov. 15

20% Nov. 1
1 102% Nov. 23

Nov. 26
Nov.

16% Nov. 26

18% Nov. 1
1 132% Nov. 19

Nov.
132% 125
16% Nov. 24
17%
Sale
48% Nov. 24
15
Nov. 24
18% Sale
•

17%
51%

Nov.

Nov. 12 101

Nov. 23
Nov. 12

19

35

Sale

30

Sale

27% Nov. 23
9% Nov. 26

11% Sale

10

25% Sale

Sale

2%
3%
2%
2%
10% Sale

""1% Sale"
.....

24

^9%
Sale

Sale

6%
14

9
20

6% Sale
11

Sale

1% Sale
6% Sale
1%
1%
4%
5%
8%
9%
1%
2

Nov.

3

2% Nov. 8
1% Nov. 30
8% Nov. 10

19

Nov. 10
Nov.
1

61

20% Nov.

3

25

Nov.

35%
11%
29%
2%
1%
10%

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 15
Nov. 4
Nov. 19
Nov.
1

1

Nov. 10

9

17

6% Nov. 20
Nov.
1
6% Nov. 27

19

Nov.

4

10

9% Nov.
13% Nov.
2% Nov.

3
3

7

15

1% Sale
8% Sale
13% Sale
2%
2%
33

10%

Nov. 24

Nov. 24
1 % Nov. 22

6% Nov. 26
1% Nov.
1
5

Nov. 23

9% Nov. 29
1% Nov. 19

Nov.

5

7% Nov.

3

8

81

Nov.

1
1

1%
8%
14%
2%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3

33

Nov.

3

1

3

102

115

15% Sale
11% Sale
75% Sale
17% Sale
10% Sale
35% Sale
25% Sale
10% Sale
37
38

13% Sale
10% Sale
75
79%
14

Sale

9

Sale

37

Sale

22% Sale
*9

Sale

9

Sale

32%
35
8% Sale

82

Sale

80

90

91% 100

16% Sale

66

103

87

Sale

92%
96
59% Sale
104
Sale

Sale

118

93
13
8
76

Novftl2

Nov .22

94

Nov. 30

Nov. 23

15% Nov.
11% NOV.

Nov.

6

78

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
33% Nov.
7% Nov.
80
Nov.

24
23
12
24
30

13%
8%
35%
20%
*8%

26
23

Jan.

26

21

51% Mar.

19

34

93

82

7% Oct.
12%
8%
30%
19%
5%

Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

33

Oct.

6

Oct,
Oct.

73

Nov. 15

80

Nov.

4

59% Nov. 27

60
56

Nov. 29

Nov.
3
17%
33% Nov. 23 44
7% Nov. 8 10%
17% Nov. 19 22%
19% Nov. 23 25%
87
Nov. 27 100
53

103

Nov.24

Nov. 24 105

5

73

11

28%
42%
42%
16%
19
47%
19
19
19 112%
19 34%
19
19

Nov. 15 101

3

Oct.

15

Nov.

Nov. 12

86

33% Nov. 23
4% Oct. 19
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

98% Oct.

19
14
24
17
12
8

Jan. 14
Apr. 19
Feb.
Jan.

10

13

9
8

41

3

19

Jan.

10% Feb.
47% Mar.

18

Nov. 13

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

93% Aug. 13

19

Oct.

15
87
91
53

11
13
13
22
2

19

59% Nov. 27
42,
Nov. 23

14

Mar. 15

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

23

20

Nov. 12

4

24% Feb.

19

1

"69ft"Nov.l5

29
£1
20

19 106% Mar.
2
21
19
Sept. 21

Nov. 15

Nov. 15
Nov.
1
Nov. 1
Nov, 3

Feb.

15% Jan.
Jan.

44
45

June
3
Nov. 22 111
Nov. 30 36

11% Oct.

15

66

Nov. 23

4% Oct. 19
23% Nov. 23

17%
10%
39%
25%
10%
37%
9%

Nov.

14
20
3
17
13

74

13

7

0

11

18

*66

26

20
10
12
30
11

22% Oct. 19 41% Jan.
8
142
Jan. 25
May 17 165

79

Nov. 23

8

19

Oct.

1

4% Nov. 23

9
8

1% Oct.

1

20

8

19

Nov. 19
Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov. 5
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov. 3
Nov. 12

3

8
12

Oct.

1
1

Nov.

13

5
15
14
20
11
23

30% Mar. 10
29% Apr. 30
13% Mar. 10

Nov.

Nov. 23

2
5
4
28

0% Mar. 27

19

Oct.

9% Oct.

16% Nov.

42

10

20
13
99
Mar. 17
41% Mar. 11

Jan.

11% Nov. 20

3

Jan.

20

35

"93% 106"" "80"" "90""

May
Feb.
63
Aug.
26% July
87% Aug.

39

145
34

25% Nov, 12

Jan.

Jan.

16

145% 155
37% Sale
6% Sale
23% 25

23% Nov. 23

19 114
20 175
19 23%
19 83%

19

26% Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov. 22 145
Nov. 23
46% Nov. 15
6% Nov. 1
Nov, 9

Jan.

15% Mar.
Aug.
19 113% Feb.

Oct.
1% Oct.

23

5

79

29

Oct.

*24% Sale

Sale

19
19

24
19

Nov. 24
Oct. 19

9

20

157

1

11

35

6% Sale
25% 26%

19

23

Oct.
14% Oct. 19
48% Nov. 24
13% Oct. 19

1

1

Feb.

24% Mar. 17
3% Jan. 18
18% Jan. 18
43% June 10
21% Feb. 11
58% Jan.
9

19

Oct.

125

10

Nov. 23

19
19

19
29

14% Sale
3%
4

26% Sale

12 203

30

1

Nov. 15

17% Mar. 1
27% Mar. 11
51 % Feb.
1

19

Oct.

15
Sale
4% Sale,
30% Sale^

99% Sale

17% Sale

41 % Jan. 14
24
Mar.
8

19

19
19

15% Oct.

15% Nov. 1
15% Nov. 17
4% Nov. 17

43

19

14

26% Oct. 20 36
Feb.
123% Nov. 19 132% Feb.
18% Oct. 19 62% Mar.
27
Oct. 19 58% Mar.
8% Oct. 19 15% Jan.
Mar.
18% Oct. 19 63
1% Oct. 19
7% Jan.
1
7
Oct. 15
Mar,
6
Oct. 16 30
Jan.
ft 7
Nov. 10 21 % Apr.
6% Oct. 20 16% Jan.
10
Oct. 19 39
Jan.
4% Oct. 19 16% Jan.
9% Oct. 19 29 % Feb.
1% Oct. 19
6% Feb.
5% Oct. 19 14% Feb.
1
3% Mar.
Sept. 10

101.

9% Nov. 23
12% Nov.
8
3% Nov. 6
26% Nov. 23

145

27% Jan.- 14

23

2
11
20

28

33% Sale

b

2

16

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
110
May
28% Feb.
147% Jan.
28% Jan.

Sale

Nov. 30

Mar. 30

July
Jan.
Jan.

47% Jan.
24% Jan.

45% Nov. 24
99% Nov. 24 110
1
June 22
3%
32
Oct. 19 75%
2% Oct. 19 10%
18
Oct. 19 43%

Sale

Sale

59% Sale
30%
39%
122
103%

33
14

Mar 10
Mar.
8

Apr. 14
Mar. 30

19

Oct.
Oct.

82% Oct.
83% Oct.
151
May
15% Oct.
18% Oct.

11

106
105%
120

"39"" "46"

23

28

35

Sale
Sale

11% Sale

8

s

19

13
Oct.
ft 5% Oct ft
9% Oct.
14
Oct.
100
Nov.
4% Oct.
% Oct.
3
Oct.
23% Nov.
8
Oct.
23
Oct.
34% Nov.
5
Oct.

15% Sale

*14% Sale
80
83
66%
75
60
67% 5567%
56
46
59% 45
7
Sale
5% Sale
25
Sale
21% Sale
15
17%
16% Sale
43% Sale
39% Sale
9% Sale
9% Sale
22
Sale
19% Sale
24% Sale
22% Sale

"82%

6

Nov. 15

16% Nov. 10

11% Nov. 23
16% Nov. 24

Sale

8

4

Oct. 19
24% Nov. 30

7

Nov.

22

17

69%
20%
46%
9%
71
35%
29%
15%

15% Nov. 24

Nov.

29

50

13% Sale
44%
45%
17% Sale
6% conv pref
-.100 108
270,100 Mead Corp....^..4.i,...„..*
26% Sale
3,730
$6 pref series A_.
96
Sale
..*
2,900
$5.50 pref ser B w warr..*
McKesson & Bobbins

1

4

7

Sale

13

10% Sale
2%
2%

16%

Nov.

26

8

14% Nov. 23

25

8% Sale
13%
2% Sale

14% Sale
24% Sale
4% Sale

5%

Dept Stores....

18%

7%

50%
19%

7% preferred.________..100

Sale

6

36%

3

28% Nov.
8
5% Oct. 19
19% Nov. 19
1% Oct. 19
20% Oct. 13
12
Oct. 19

14% Nov. 15

Sale

26

Sale
Sale

*27"" Sale"
30

3

30
NtfV. 22
29% 31
Nov, 4 31
| 30
32
123% 128% 123% 128% 123% Nov. 19 123% Nov. 19

35

44

55
7

Nov.

Nov.

18

Sale

103

ft Sale

33%
131%

26

Nov. 19

1

*17
130

20

5

71,200 Maytag Co (The)...........*
11,200
$3 preferred w w__
-...*

9

14

6% Sale

Sale

30% Sale

19%

92,800 May

20

102

Nov. 23

4% Sale
26% Sale
23%
11% Sale
10%
Sale
25%
25% 24
34 ''
Sale
40% Sale
7%
Sale
8% Sale
25
26%
25% 24
Sale
84%
87% Sale
86
Sale
89% Sale
159% 160
162% 158'
16% Sale
17%
Sale
22
Sale
30% Sale
Sale
35%
37% 33
16%
19%
18% Sale
Sale
45%
49% Sale
102
105
105% 99%
Sale
1%
ftlKft^ 1% 32%
40
Sale
Sale
3%
Sale
4% Sale
19
Sale
19% 19.

125
18
60

49

•

99%
1%
39%
4%

Nov. 20

24% Nov. 30
16
Nov. 29

Sale

100

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

25% Sale
90% Sale

•

>

180

50
6,600
16,200

*

v

36% Nov, 15
10% Nov. 1

5

16%
6%
8%
13% Sale
20% Sale

18% Sale

Sale

Marshall Field 8c Co

'

ft

2%

57% Sale
6% Sale
41
43%
109% Sale

Second preferred.
100
Marlln-Rockwell Corp. (Del.) 1

950

40

iV*

.....100

128,600 Mathleson Alkali Works....*

12,200

ift

106% 107

Certificates of deposit.. 100

7% preferred.

153,100
84,300 Masonlte Corp

7,300

11,000
ft: 11,700
1,300

(R

-

880

ft

Macy

2,240 tManhat'n Ry Co. 7% gu.100
Mod 5% guar... ......100
149,900
68,600 Manhattan Shirt
25
221,400 Maracaibo OH Exolor
1
515,900 Marine Midland Corp.......5
21,390 Market Street Ry........100
2,550
Preferred
......-.100
12,370
Prior preferred........100

15,800

it

.....*

Pref ctfs of deposit.
20,300 Mandel Bros

200

'

19%
66

Nov.
8
Nov. 24
Nov. 19
Nov. 23

14% Nov. 23
15% Nov. 24

15

7%
8
14% Sale
19% Sale

100

37,900
3,200

6% preferred.....

Mack Truck Inc............*

ft

22

16

38% 39%
150
160

Highest
Sale Prices

22

Sale

10

18% Sale
15%

Lowest
Sale Prices

•

Sale

-

......

■'

14%

-

,

,

13

v

Highest
Sale Prices

28%
7%
19%
2%

Sale

16

Sale
ft I"

'

Laclede Gas Light

8

20%
22%
2% Sale
21
■
24%

15
Sale
16%
17%
17% Sale
*16% Sale
6
Sale
7% ft 9%
29
34
24% Sale
•

450

Ask

35% Sale

Sale
27%

23

'

Ask Bid

Sale

9%

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

1ft''

'

Bid

Sale
Sale

276,900

730

Kimberly-Clark

Nov.

.

Ask

60 %

247,900
48,300
102, 00
29,310
8,650
305,400
27,100
21,500

,

ft

1937
Par

2,406,300

303,300
13.200
5,200
3,400
110

ft,

ft

Jan. 2

Jan. 1

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS

!

Jan.

72%
26%
35%
48%

Mar.
5
Feb. 23
Mar. 10
Mar. 5

19
24 122

26 106
24 120

19 124

Jan.

10

2

Jan..22
Mar. 17
Mar. 10

'

500
700

;

•

.

-

'ft

1,770
5,100
15,100
41,800
3,200

8,000
5,800
13.600
400

*
•'

264,800
900

:

990

112,100
23,200
12,300
6,900

17.000
ft

680

1,900
3.000
ft
100
35,100
600

Minn Mollne Pow Implem..*
■

28,400
67,200
12,000
12,980

137,660
380,300

Preferred...............i*
Minn St Paul 8c 8 8 M

10U

7% preferred...........100
4% leased lines
.....100
Mission Corp
Mo Kan-Texas

•

535,800

5% preferred series A...100
127,600 IMissou r 1 Pacific
10i»
350,900
Convertible preferred.. 100
185,810 Mohawk Carpet Mills
20
132,700 Monsanto Chemical Wks..l0
1,400
$4.50 pref
•
2,340,500 Montgomery Ward & Co
•
15,100 Morrell (J) 8c Co
...»
6,000 Morris 8c Essex.
50
...... .

1,329,100

Mother Lode Coalition

_

*

11% Sale
94
Sale
1%
2

3%
4
5
S4le
29% Sale
i7

Sale

25% Sale
3

Sale

7%

Sale

31

97

Sale

98%

"56% Sale"
42%
65

43%
66%

1% Sale
Sale
22% Sale

243,500 Motor Products.....
•
195,590 Motor Wheel
...........5
57.100 Mueller Brass Co
..1
95,100 Mulllns Mfg Corp class B...1
6,930
$7 conv preferred.........*

35

49.300 Munsingwear
35,530 Murphy Co (G C )......
*
3,420
6% preferred
.....100
564,800 Murray Corp el America-. 10
20.700 Myers (F E) 8c Bros
•

27

Vu footnote*

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40.

98

Sale"

29%
73% Sal*
06% 108
17% Sale
60
61%

8% Sale
63

7% Sale

69
%
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1%
2%
1%
2%
19% Sale
3% Sale
12
Sale
2% Sale

55

Sale

,

%
1
1%
2
1%
2
16% Sale
3% Sale
10% Sale
2
2k

6% Nov. 20
54

%
1%
1%
15%
2%
8%
1%
4
Sale
2%
<3%
17
Sale
21% Sale
15%
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88
Sale
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107
107% 111 t
107%
35
Sale" 31%
43% Sale
24
Sale
24%
26
23%
47
49% 41% Sale
39%
1
Sale
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*%
23% Sale
19% Sale
16%
13
Sale
15% Sale
11%
22
Sale
17
20% Sale
7% Sale
6% Sale
4%
62
Sale
69% Sale
58%
15
Sale
12% Sale
11%
54
Sale
50
60% Sale
107
105% 108% 104
105
7% Sale
6% Sale
5%
46
50%
53% 44% 46
H

Nov. 24

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10
22
24
26
23
20
23
23
26

Nov. 23

8% Nov,

1

Nov. 19

54

Nov. 24

1

Nov. 20

%
1%
%
15%

Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

1% Nov.

3

2

3

19%
3%
12%
2%
4

Nov.

Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov. 1
Nov.

1

21% Nov.

1

88

1

Nov.

Nov. 27

Nov.

62
Nov. 23
Nov.
8 107

Nov. 12
Nov. 16

Nov. 27

19

60

Nov.
4 109
Nov. 23
43%
25
Nov. 30
Nov.. 22 48%
1
Nov. 26
Nov. 23
25%
15%
Nov. 24
Nov.
8 23%
Nov. 23
7%
Nov. 22 69%
15
Nov. 29

Nov. 24

4% Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 15

Nov.

3

Nov.

1

Nov. 3
Nov. 12
Nov. 115
Nov. 1
Nov. 1

7% Nov.
50

1

Nov.

1

ft 2

5%
1%
1%
14%
*71
105
30

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

23%
39%
%
12%
8%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct,
Oct.
17
Nov.
4% Oct:
58% Nov.
11% Nov.
50
Nov.

1

102
3

3

46

Apr.

15
15
19
26
19

10% Mar. 11
108
Aug. 3
2% Jan. 23
5% Mar. 4
6% Jan.
8
34
Apr.
5
9% Mar. 17.
34% Mar. 8
6% Mar. 17

19
13
12% Mar. 17
19
19 40% Jan. 23
23 107% Aug. 27
19 109
Sept. 24
19

30
22
26
19
19
8

19
22
29
23

8

Oct. 19
Nov. 27

69
46

Mar. 10
Feb. 17

66% Jan. 18
3% Feb. 20
38% Jan. 15
Feb. 13
Mar. 15
15% Aug. 10
99% Mar. 19
36% Feb. 11
90
Mar. 13
108% Jan. 26
20% Feb. 11
71
Mar. 1
26
51

Dec., 1937]
AGGREGATE
In

•78,400
860

li.ioo
3,100
66,100
1,300

6,300

"1*960
26,200
67,900
340

290

V

11,300

;

100

62,300
600

101,900
37,600

300

i,2oo
39,200
63,300
2,900
1,900
8,600
9,600

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

Par

Nov. 1

1937
Bid

Bid

Ask

'

1,663,700 Naah-Kelyinator Corp
5
10,450 Nash Chatt Ac St Louis
100
"40
41"
284,800 National Acme
.....1
19
Sale
116,300 National Aviation Corp.__.10
14 ft Sale
819,800 National Biscuit
1"
32
Sale
8,400
7% preferred
100
162ft
76,300 Nat Bond A Investment Co. •
33
Sale
6,000
5% pref series A w w
100
100ft 102ft
8,700 Nat Bond & Share Corp,___*
393,900 Nat Cash Register..
*
31 ft Sale"
922,600 Nat Dairy Prod Corp
23 ft Sale
2,800
7% preferred class A
100 108ft 111ft
4,260
7% preferred class B_.
100 107
107ft
271,600 National Dept Stores..
*
19
Sale
58,160
6% preferred
10
933,300 Nat Distillers Products.....*
"28ft Sale"
17,000 Nat Enamel Ac Stamp
*
29
32
357,300 Nat Gypsum Co
1
507,700 National Lead.
..10 "34ft Sale"
5.900
7% preferred A.........I00 165ft-—..
2,140
6% preferred B
......100
143
150
105,600 Nat Mall At St Cast's Co
*
56ft
57ft
1.008,200 Nat Power At Light........ *
lift Sale
13,500 Nat Rys of Met la« pref...100
AX
56,200
5% 2d preferred
....100
ft Sale
497,800 National Steel.. .........28
71
Sale
77.800 Nat Supply Co of Pa......10
4,200
$2 preferred
....40
2,900
5ft % prior preferred...100
106.300 National Tea Co..
"10ft Sale"
119,600 Natomas Co
12 ft Sale
*
22 500 Nelsner Bros Inc
1
55
56
700
4 ft % conv serial pref
100
20.500 Newberry Co (J J)
*
*57** "59**
1,814
5% preferred series A__.100
107; /
3,560 INaw Or) Tex At Mexico ...100
15
19
939.400 Newport Industries Ino
1
36 ft Sale
54,500 New York Air Brake..
'
75
83
6,041,100 New York Central...
41
Sale
*
130,100 N. Y. Chicago At St Louis.100
42 ft Sale
110.000
6% pref series A...
..100
82ft
83ft
135,600 N Y City Omnibus
Corp
*
46,510 New York Dock
100
46,020
5% preferred...........100
5,060 New York At Harlem...... 80 128ft 130

'

700
40

•

90

72.100

„

6,600
495,000
13,900
11,200
18,600
850
•

2,260
490
110
4,600

260

TSH "sliF

170,800 {N

17,300
2,100
13,600
;
190

?.

22

18.030
14,140

50

i.ioo
3,600
950
262,400
3,600
90,000
1,300

.

1,669 000
32.800

1,571,200
19,100
>
2,170
1,892,960

130

107.260
230

60

92,200
65,800
270
4,300

1,720

2.640

48,900

1,161,200
4,450

"T.665
6,100

50

27*156

15.370

m 1.240
1,400

33,700
10,400
5,500
550
430

8,400
235.600

.*

-.100

6% preferred..

.*

.*

100

Otis Steel.........

...

\7% prior preferred

...........

Preferred

.♦

31
55

*

Sale

134

Sale
Sale
Sale
15
Sale

17

135
Sale

78

118
81

100

......

"67*" *76"*
115

Ar

.....10

Ref

4.832.200 Paramount Pictures
110.700

11,800
44,100
2.200
62.800
11,200
5,800
5,400

1st

540,000
2d preferred...
34.500 Park Ac Tllford.

1,685,600
105,700
94,100
155.800
502.800
647,300
388.900
51,900
233,200
80.800
384,600
32,300
70,500

22,300
22,100
12,400
6,700
27.000
A 3,700
27.200
4,900
2,200
120.400

10
1

Park Utah Cons Mines
...

Pathe Film

Sale

16

68
63
76 ft
78ft
100
125
24 ft

173
34

Sale

67 ft
23 ft
28 ft

78 ft

9ft
14ft

3

Penlck At

*

62

......._.*

99
5

Penney (J C) Co
Penn Coal At Coke

Penn-Dixie

Cement....

*

10
•

$7 conv pref series A......*
Penn Glass Sand Corp y t e
*

Sale^ 60jJ

35

24 ft

23

26ft

30

66
40

85
44 ft

38

75
50

95

100

66

99 ft

103 ;
5ft
12ft
17 ft Sale

37
20 ft
23 ft
43 ft

19 ft

5ft
12 ft
110ft

90

ft

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

2ft
6ft
1ft
4ft

22 ft
52 ft

Sale

7ft Sale
97
92

97

Sale

31

Sale

18ft
14
35

23ft
Sale
Sale

50

lift Sale

13 ft

92ft
97
9ft Sale
24 ft Sale

91

110
12 ft

1
24
24

15ft

68

Nov. 12

92

Oct.

Sale

26ft

Sale
Sale

17

39 ft
17

Sale

1ft
62

95ft

v

4*5
26

•

14

Sale

134 ft

16

40 ft

Stores Inc ...»

Sale
54ft

24
36

22

50ft

113
116ft
69 ft Sale

110
41

114
Sale

30

10

12

12

Nov.

8

14ft Nov. 12
Nov.
Nov.

4

65
37

ft Oct.
Oct.

102

Apr.

Nov.lo

15ft Nov. 13

Nov.

8

12ft Nov. 23
7

Nov. 19

13 ft Nov. 24
24 ft Nov.

Nov. 10

"69ft N"o"v.'l2
13

Nov.

1

5ft Nov. 12
16ft Nov. 13
10ft Nov. 12
16

Nov.

a

8

27 ft Nov. 12
40
Nov.
1
17
Nov:
1
110
Nov. 23 122
Nov. 13
133 ft Nov. 9 134ft Nov. 30

35ft Nov. 22
lift Nov. 30

14
20

Nov. 24
Nov. 19

35ft Nqy.
114

33,

37ft Sale

8 114

14ft Oct. 19
48 ft June 18

16

Nov.

1

6ft Nov.

1

9

Nov. 24

1ft Nov.
62
44

95 ft Nov.
15 ft, Nov

110
14

Nov.
Nov.

25

Nov.

3ft Nov.
34

1

Nov.

1

Nov. 12
3
1
3
1

3
93
91

Oct.

Oct.

Jan.

9

14

19

27 104ft
14 105
9ft Oct. 19 36ft
34
Sept. 25 53ft
1ft Oct. 19
6ft
15
Oct. 19 40
19

Nov. 23

6ft Oct.

19
Nov. 19 114
19
19 ft
19 45ft
125
Nov. 10 141
6ft Oct. 19 24ft

2ft Nov.
7ft Nov.
12ft Nov.
5

Nov.

41ft NoV. 15
81ft Nov. 1
2ft Nov. 12
5ft Nov. 15

28ft Nov. 15
16

Nov.

9

,25ft Nov. 12

38
NoV. 24 114

Nov. 16
Nov. 24

Nov. 23

4

41

Nov.

1

5ft Nov.
18ft Nov.

1
1

49
52

1

18

Feb.

Mar. 1
Jan. 21
Sept. 20
Mar. 8

54

13
48
114
51 ft.

23 134
Nov. 27
97
Nov. 24
28
Oct. 13
75
Mar. 4 115

13

Mar.

6

Mar.

8

Jan.

26

Jan.

12

June
9
Nov. 20 103ft Aug. 11
Jan.
9ft Oct. 19 23
7

2ft Oct.
7ft Oct.
4

11
22

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

*34ft Oct.
10 ft Oct.
110
133

19
19
19
19
19
19
19

15ft Feb.

Mar.
3
27 ft Feb.
2
32 ft Jan. 14
38
Jan. 12
53 ft Jan. 14

44

ft Jan.
Jan.

12ft Oct.

19

Oct.

Oct.

12

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1ft Oct.
4
8

Oct.
Oct.

19
19
19
19
19
19
19

9
4
2

Jan.

29 ft
19
12 ft
19
17 ft
Oct. .19
4ft
Oct. 19 121
Nov. 23 90
x95
Sept. 30 109 ft
8ft Oct. 19 28 ft
80ft Oct. 19 200 ft
8
Oct. 19
26 ft
4

7
1
29
32 ft

1

40

Nov. 22 152
Apr. 28 149

18ft Oct.

1
1
1
1
1

Jan.

22 ft Apr.
6
73
Apr. 20
26 ft Feb. 16

5ft Oct.
20ft Oct.

1
28

23 ft Nov.

Jan.
8
Jan. 28
Mar. 11
Jan. 22
Mar. 3

90

8
4

20

57 ft Feb.
3
17 ft Jan. 21

Oct.
Oct,

3

Nov.

Jan.

Mar. 12
Jan.
7
Feb. 10

34ft Jan.

112ft Jan.
61

Mar. 17
Jan. 22

Mar. 19
Jan. 22
Jan. 22

Feb. 17
Jan. 22
Jan. 22
May
3
May
5
19
4ft Mar. 3
19 272
Jan. 14

180

24

50

Jan. 18
Feb. 10
Mar. 17

1
Oct. 19
6ft
3
Oct. 15
15 ft
30
Oct. 19
76 ft
63 ft June 14 102 ft
73
June
9 112ft

1

Nov. 24

Mar. 10
11
Mar. 17

97

Nov.

4

2

Sept. 17
Jan.

9ft Mar. 8
26 ft Feb. 25

35

51 ft Nov . 20
10
Nov. 20

20
27

Oct. 30
Jan. 15
Feb. 25
Feb. 13

15
19

9

1

80ft
12ft
13 ft
57 ft

Oct.

1

Nov.~27

14
18
18

Jan.

Oct,
4ft Oct.

69
2

Nov.

Nov.

22

18
23

14

3

1

19
19

Oct.
Oct.

ft Oct.

Nov. 23
Nov. 23
Nov. 4
Nov. 19

Nov.

11

22
29

14ft Jan.
2ft Jan.

19 55 ft
14
Oct. 19 72
30 ft Nov. 24 100
15
Oct. 19 31 ft
2ft Oct. 20 12 ft
5
Oct. 19 25 ft
Oct. 19 135
110
113
Nov. 24 137

Nov. 18

14ft Nov. 17

Oct,

15ft Oct.

3

94

Mar.
Jan.
9 150
Jan.
Nov. 19
61 ft Jan.

87
19
64ft
99 ft Nov.
8 109
9
Nov. 24 37
10ft Oct. 19 41 ft
29
Nov. 26
98ft

21

1

Mar. 17
Mar. 3

J8ft Apr. 22

July

3ft Oct.
6ft Oct.
23ft Oct.

Nov. 22

-

34

109ft 114

12

19 x44
19 171

35
38

99ft Aug. 14

Nov. 26

13
43

'

ft Sale

Sale
38

1

6ft Nov. 20
9ft Nov. 1
21ft Nov. 20 x27ft Nov. 29
125Nov. 10 128
Nov.
5
9ft Nov. 23 13
Nov,45

Sale

50

15ft Sale

24

37

11~
90

Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov. 13

Ocu.
Oct.

Feb. 25

Feb.
8
Feb. 11
May 20
Mar. 9
Jan. 28

26 ft Nov. 12
30
Oct. 29

Nov. 12

88
Nov.
9
98 ft Nov. 13
1ft Nov. 19
201
Nov. 15
108
Nov.
4

93

Sale

26ft

7ft
1 ft
6ft
41ft

1

1

5ft
14ft

38
12 ft

Nov.

Sale
114ft 118
Sale
12ft
13ft zl2ft Nov. 24
5ft Sale
4ft Nov. 23
8ft
8ft Nov. 24
9ft
9ft
Sale
1ft
1ft
1ft Nov. 6
Sale
40
44
39ft Nov. 23
32 ft Nov. 23
40 ft Sale
Sale
95
95ft Nov. 3
99ft 91
12 ft Sale
11
Nov. 20
Sale
98 ft Sale
114
89ft Nov. 24
10 ft Nov. 23
Sale
lift Sale
23 ft Nov. 15
24 ft
23
24
Sale
2ft Nov. 23
2ft Sale
Sale
29ft Nov. 24
31ft Sale
17
17 ft Sale
Nov. 22
Sale
Sale
1ft Nov. 26
1ft
2
Sale
5ft Nov. 23
6ft Sale
10
Sale
lift Sale
.Nov. 23
Sale
3ft Nov. 23
4ft Sale
37
Nov. 23
40
x4lft Sale
68
Sale
Sale
57ft Nov. 23
2
Nov. 6
Sale
2ft Sale,,
5
Sale
3ft Nov. 10
4ft
24
Sale
Sale
19ft Nov. 8

120
122
133 ft 137
16
Sale
6
Sale

42

7ft

4

"3 ft "Nov." 1

19

19
19

Oct. 19
19 ft Nov. 24
Nov. 24
70
Nov. 23

11
24

Sale

8ft
14 ft

5
3

Oct.

Oct,
Oct.

Feb.
3
Aug. 17

55

2

Sale

5
13 ft

6

Nov.

Oct.
Oct.

23

18

Sale

11

3
1

ft Nov.

10 ft Nov. 22
Nov. 26

7ft

4ft
5ft
14 ft Sale

Nov. 23

Nov. 26

34

Sale
Sale
Sale

63

5ft Nov.

ft Nov.
51
Nov. 22
52ft Nov.
6ft Nov. 8
8ft Nov.
97
Nov.
3 xlOlftNov.

Sale

Sale
12 ft Sale

1

24 ft Nov. 13

4

18ft Nov.

93

14
Sale
30
50
114V

Sale
Sale

Nov.

12 ft Nov.
1 118
Nov.

ft Nov. 23

Sale
129

10 ft

Nov. 8
Nov. 12
Nov.
1

25 ft Nov. 12
43 ft Nov.
1

24

Nov. 19

180
103

92

27
126

Sale

48

2ft

67ft

21ft Nov. 12

8

Nov. 20

86
98

Sale
Sale

7ft

130

81ft

Sale

26

36ft Nov. 19

2ft Sale
16
20

28ft

Nov. 16
Nov.
5

Apr.
6
Feb. 18
Jan. 20
Jan
25
May 13
Mar. 10
Mar. 18

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
34ft Jan.
8ft Feb.
44 ft Feb.

28
28
28
5

25
3

29 ft

Aug. 25
7ftiJan. 14
10ft Jan. 20

23 ft Mar. 11
19
7ft Feb. 18
37
Nov. 23 64
Jan.
9
57 ft Nov. 23 103 ft Mar. 8
"lft Oct. 19
6ft Jan. 23
2ft Oct. 19 12 ft Feb.
2
16
Oct. 19 76 ft Feb.
1
14
Nov. 24 29 ft Feb. 10
20
Oct. 19 50 ft Mar. 17
34
Oct. 25 63
Mar. 9
110ft Sept. 27 116ft Jan. 27
22 ; Oct. 19 65 ft Feb.
0

2ft Oct.

Peoria At

600

35,800
Eastern........100
28,400 Pere Marguette
100
Prior preferred
6,190
100

1,600
30

1,210
;

10,330
Preferred..............100
6,300 Pet Milk
*
319,200 Petroleum Corp............5
222.200 Pfeiffer Brewing Co........*
814.400 Phelps Dodge
25
28,400 Philadelphia Co pref 6%..50
3.300
$4 preferred

X

3
80
86 ft

SOft

3$
89

90
25

17

ft Sale
lift Sale
54 ft Sale
52

aw

page 40.




18
49
47
15
12 ft

Sale
Sale
60
Sale

Sale

6

54

97 ft 109ft

Sale

26 ft
38 ft

1
For footnote*

5ft Sale

Sale

Sale
75

4*f

5ft

15ft

Sale

38

Sale

38 ft
13 ft

Sale
14ft
lift Sale
5ft Sale
25ft Sale
35
.....

Sale

70

4ft Nov. 23
12
38
35
14 ft
10 ft
■.

5

Nov. 24
Nov. 29
Nov. 26

Nov.

1

Nov. 23
Nov. 19

18ft Nov. 22
34ft Nov. 26

15

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

12ft Nov.
6

8

1

1

Nov.

4

26 ft Nov.
39
Nov.

1
3

9

21

33 ft Mar.
2
10 167
Jan,« 18
19 33 ft Jan. 13

19
Sept. 9
ft Sept. 11

1

20

24

20

1ft Nov. 27
4ft Nov. 20

Sale

Mar.

Aug. 20 103 ft
19 57ft
13
19 38 ft
12
Oct. 19 26 ft
a:107ftJune
1 112ft
104ft Oct. 19 112
5ft Oct. 19 24 ft
4
Oct. 19 10ft
39

5
3

"

6

35

12 ft

Nov.

Noy.
Nov.

40
99 ft
13 ft
17 ft
38

8

""2ft"NoV."l9

Sale

92
12 ft

38

37
3

5
39

7ft Sale

27

ft Nov.

Sale

Sale

RR Co

Nov. 24 120

17 ft
30 ft
19 ft

7ft Sale

99
Sale

14 ft

2ft
7ft
12 ft

63
Sale

Nov. 16

113

16

Sale
sale

45
87 ft

4ft
9ft
28
70

ft Nov. 23
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale
: 67

24

6% conv preferred
100
187.100 People's Gas L At Coke...100

26

3ft
8ft
110ft

Sale
Sale
33
Sale
19
Sale
22 ft Sale
35 ft Sale
23 ft Sale
4ft Sale
10
Sale
118
Sale
113
123

Sale

46
93 ft

Nov. 23
Nov. 18
8ft NOV. 4
4

9ft

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 24

70
37 ft
99 ft
9
13
29

90
100ft 102
95ft 108
1
1ft
1ft
Sale
192
Sale
198
Sale
106
Sale
103
105

3

Sale
15

16

1

ft Nov. 12
67ft Nov. 1
26ft Nov. 12
29ft Nov. 5
79
Nov.
1

70

15 ft

mm
3ft
7ft
1ft
6ft
40

9

Nov. 23
19ft Nov. 24

Sale

18 ft Jan.

148ft Apr.

55

69ft
74ft
4ft Sale
8ft Sale
25
27

4ft
9ft

33 ft
23

3ft Sale

62ft

ft Nov.

21ft Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

19
19

5

"44" ""Nov." "8

Nov. 29
16ft Nov. 26
xl3 ft Nov. 26

Sale

24

90

^39ft

28

47ft Mar. 11

19

153ft Nov.
19 ft NO V.

Nov. 22

Nov, 24

24 ft Jan.

20

1

22

Sale Prices

Oct.

8

,

110
13 ft
23

Sale

10

21ft Nov. 1
15ft Sale
16ft Nov. 1
110
Sale
105
.111ft a;108 Nov. 26 111ft Nov. 16
107 ft Sale
105
108ft 2:105 ft Nov. 26 109
Nov. 16
8
9ft Sale
Sale
6ft Nov. 23
9ft Nov. 1
4ft
5ft
4ft
5ft
5ft Nov. 18
5ft Nov. 18
24 ft Sale
23
Sale
20
Nov. 23
24ft Nov. 1
17
18ft
18ft 27
19ft 18
Nov, 23 20ft Nov. 8
18
6ft Sale
8ft Sale
5ft Nov. 9
9ft Nov. 15
4ft
27
Sale
26
Sale
20 ft Nov. 23
28
Nov. 12
18
154 ft Sale
152ft 156
154
Nov. 17
154ft Nov. 30 153
120
131ft 138
135
132
Nov. 17 135
Nov.
5 127 '
27
29ft 22
Sale
18
Nov. 19
25ft Nov. 12
18
8
Sale
9
Sale
7ft Nov. 8
9ft Nov. 15
6
ft
ft
ft
ft Nov. 19
ft
ft Nov. 19
ft

15ft

4ft Sale

Patlno Mines At Ent Cons
Peerless Corp
.......

Sale

ft Sale

22 ft

84 ft
Sale

1

Nov.

Nov. 22

150
16

40
18 ft- Sale

21ft

8ft

43 ft Sale
26
Sale
6 ft. Sale

Corp..

Ford..........

18

3ft Sale

*

730

18,200

16ft

.1

Parker Rust Proof Co....2.50
Parmelee Transport Co.
*

17,900 People's Drug

10

.....

Parke, Davis At Co

1.106,600 Pennsylvania

900

1

preferred...........100

75

114ft

"21ft Sale"

First preferred
._*
2d .pref0rred.'.«i_'^^^...*

Prod

153ft Sale
16ft
17

Highest

Oct.
6ft Oct.
18ft Oct.

18ft Nov. 23

"60** "64"' "54"" "55ft "54

5
.*

7

Sale

46

52 ft

Sale
102ft 105
101
103ft
27 ft Sale
52ft
3ft
3ft
28
29ft
17 ft
55ft
18ft
100 ft
14ft
36ft

10ft Nov. 23

7ft Sale

88

20ft Sale

55 ft

14 ft

.100

32,410
8% conv preferred-.....100
46.400 Paraffins Co
Inc.^.i..^.w..*
2,000
4% conv preferred
100

412.700

3,000

(The)

175.900 {Panhand

10

700

*

13.700 Pan Amer Pet At Trans
.....5

300

4,300
1,770
7.000

16,300
5,700
»156,000

•

269

lift
12
25ft
28ft
23,730
22ft Sale
32,100 Pacific Finance
32 ft Sale
Corp (Cat). 10
367.800 Pacific Gas Ac Elec
..>25
35ft 36
171,300 Pacific
Lighting Corp
•
51ft Sale
101.500 Pacific Mills
♦
41ft Sale
7.650 Pacific Telepb At
Telegr_.100 150 ft 154
1,840
6% preferred
100 149
Sale
197,300 Pacific Western Oil...
10
23 ft Sale
2,316,000 Packard Motor Car
10 ft Sale
*|

490

i

.....100

Preferred A

27.420 Pacific Coast..

1,410

."V/ --a

60
North American Aviation...1
North Amer Edison 86 pref..*
Northern Central
...5C
_

184,700 Owens-Illinois Glass Co. 12.50
219.500 Pacific Amer Fisheries
Inc..5

11,500

v

6% preferred

19

16ft Nov. 15
14ft Nov. 1
8ft Nov. 1

Sale
Sale

■

112ft 114

•

37,100
$5.50 conv 1st pref
32,800 Outboard Marine Ac
Mfg
i,4io Outlet Co

130

?

260

100

304,700 OtisElevator............

100

Sale

2ft Sale

100

American..

Northern Pacific

110

.100

81 000 Oppenheim
Collins At Co.

29,000

V*

North

*

...

1,770,300 Ohio Oil Co (The)
385,500 Oliver Farm
Equipment
622,600 Omnibus
Corp v t e

26.400

•,

1st preferred...

3.230 Northwestern
Telegraph..50
303.200 Norwalk Tire At Rubber
♦
4.020 ; Preferred
50

4,500

r

7%

13 ft Nov.

42

5ft Sale

New York Steam pref |6..._*

160.000 {Norfolk Southern
27,800 Norfolk At Western...
4.550
Preferred

10 ft Npv. 22
12 ft Nov, 24

-

16 ft

234 200 N Y
Shipbuilding pt stock.. 1
4.920
7% preferred
.......100

Lowest
Sale Prices 5
Oct. 19

14 ft
12 ft

148ft 153
19ft Sale

'"Ift Sale'
Sale
4ft
5ft
12 ft Sale '
70 ft Sale
97
100ft

Highest
Sale Prices

lift Sale

140

.•

419,800
Convertible prefer red.. 100
118,100 $N Y Ontario Ar Western. 100

150
•"

Y Investors

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

Sale

8ft

50

560 N Y Lack At West
Ry Co..100
475.700 IN Y N H At Hartford
100

13*165
v

10% preferred

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1
*

Sale
17
Sale
Sale

14ft
14 ft

.....

.....

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

13 ft

........

800
200

37

Price

......

-

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Jan. 2

.

400
60

6,300
86,700

;

tvi

STOCKS

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

Shares

s

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

November

; /

N. Y. STOCK

3
9
38

Oct.

Oct.
Nov.
35
Nov.
11^ Oct.

9ft Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.

8
18 ft
34 ft
76

15

17

19

48ft!Mar.

6

29

87
91
25

7

26

IS
19
19

.

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

21ft Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

IS ft
59 ft
22
26
54ft
June 28 100ft

4

8
11

11
19

10
14
8

N. T. STOCK

38
SALES

AGGREGATE

Price
Jan. 2

420

Preferred.

_

...........

Phillips Petroleum......
11,900 Phoenix Hosiery........

1,153,200

13 *
Sale

lioo

—

Ills

.

'

Pittsburgh

34
2*
Sale
18
22*
26* Sale
8* Sale
2*
2*

Oil..........—..5
Pocahontas Co.*

14*

8* Nov. 26
25

Sale

111
Sale
Sale

Sale

52,200 Seagrave Corp (The).....—*

Sears, Roebuck At Co...
*
Servel Inc
...........—1

.*
*
.*

403,200 Sharp At Dohme.—.....—*
17,900
Conv pref series A.......*
3,190 Sheaffer (W A) Pen Co
*
-

Shell Union Oil
*
Convertible prefer red.. 105
Silver King Coalition
5
Simmons Co
.........
Simms Petroleum
..10
Simonds Saw At Steel Co....*
Skelly Oil Co
25
6% preferred
100
Sloss-Sheffleld Steel At Ir.100
$6 preferred
.........
Smith (A O) Corp
10
Smith At Corona Typewr
Snider Packing
......

4.87Q.900 Socony Vacuum Oil Co lnc.15

Sale

111»« Sale
95
96

Sale

100

Sale

Sale
52* Sale
4* Sale
22*
23
98

Sale"

8* Sale
37* Sale
40
42*
47* Sale
42
46*
11*
12*
75
83
3
3*
24
27
18* 19*

Nov. 24

25 J
26

1

Nov.
Nov.

4

26

Nov. 19

5

1

5

Nov. 15
Nov. 12

61* Nov. 8
Nov. 30

Sale
Sale

2* Nov, 20
15* Nov. 23

112*

Nov. 24
67* Nov. 26

87
78

Sale

12* Nov. 24
26* Nov. 24

37* Nov.

132

95

79

1

Nov.

5

10

8* Nov. 23
9* Nov. 15
12

70

Sale

Sale

Sale

60

95*

Nov. 20

80

Sale

lale

9

Sale
57

Sale

11

18

8

2*
26*
1*
2*

Nov,
Nov,
Nov,
Nov

20

Nov. 26

24
15

63

17*

Nov.

37* Nov.
1* Nov.
3* Nov.

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

19

1* Nov.
8* Nov.
39* Nov.

Sale

Sale
Sale

15* Nov. 23

Sale

Sale
9* Sale

28* Sale

18

16* Sale
30* Sale
L01* 103*

22

Sale

65

74
Sale
6* Sale
50
53
26
Sale

Sale
45
Sale

14* Sale

7* Nov.

*.

22

Sale

14* Nov. 22

Sale
Sale
Sale
90

7*
20*
2*
x20*
26*
88

Nov. 26
Nov. 24

Nov. 23
Nov. 4
Nov. 24
Nov. 24
Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.

1

Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 15
Nov.. 1

6* Nov.

3

0

Nov.

3

0

Nov. 12

9* Nov.
8

1

Nov. 12

9* Nov.
8* Nov.

5

_

Sale

Nov. 24

1

Nov. 10

Nov. 24

0

Nov.

Sale

Sale

6

Nov, 23
Nov, 19

4

Far footnotes see page 40.




112*

Sale
Sale
Sale

111*
3*
27*
135*

115
Sale
Sale
140

110

115

2* Sale
26
^Sale
132

140

S
2

Mar. 17
Mar. 15 v

9

45*

19

2]

Jan.

2

Oct.

19

2

19

Apr.

5

19

83
54]
11;

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

Mar.

1

Nov. 23
Oct. 19

98«
34

Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

19
19

27 120
14
19
65
Nov. 24
Oct. 20 44

4

4

112
Nov. 17 112* Nov.
3* Nov.
2* Nov. 18
23* Nov. 23 27* Nov.
132
Nov. 19 137
Nov.

3
5
1
4

J*

26

Feb.

1

19
19
19
19

Apr. 21
Oct.
8

60* Apr. 22

102*

Nov. 24 197
June 17 120

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1

Aug. 18
Feb.
4
Feb. 10
Mar. 10
Mar. 10

Jan. 21
Feb.
8
Nov. 22
34* Feb. 19
2
Nov. 26 105* Feb.
Oct. 19
17* Mar. 11
Mar. 10
58
Oct. 19

Oct.

3

3

Oct.

Nov. 12

8olvay Am Corp—

7,600
6*% preferred
100 112
899,400 South Amer Gold At Plat...
4*
34*
224,900 So Porto Rico Sug ......
•
1,490
5% preferred..........100 155

Feb.
Mar.

14

8

Nov.

24

Jan.

10

3* Nov. 30

7* Nov.

13* Nov.

Mar.

Feb.

Oct. 19
Nov. 24
Nov. 23

102
Sale

Nov.

5

Mar. 11
Jan. 13

Feb.

Nov.

80

15*

25

Mar.

Jan.

5* Nov.

101

Sale
104
19* Sale
17*
18
13*
14
16* Sale

Feb.

23

2* Nov.

7* Nov.
3* Nov.

§1

19

Mar. 17

98

19
19

Nov. 26

Nov. 12

Nov.

f

Oct.
Oct.

1

1*
0*
8*
9*
2*

June 4

Feb.

Mar. 11

Nov. 29

Nov.

5

1

Nov.

Nov.

1
1

44* Nov. 24
25

Jan. 26
14 V Feb. 23
6* Oct. 29

67

46
19
Oct. 29 103
Nov. 22 113
Nov. 26 113
27
Oct. 19
51
Nov. 23

Oct.

1* NOV.
3* Nov.

4

91

Sale

28* Sale
2*
2h
25*
26^
37* Sale
93* Sale

80

Nov. 27
4* Nov. 24

63

97
Sale

97

9

r

»

Sale

19* Sale
98

Sale

Sale

19

30

4*

4* Sale
70* Sale

8
22
8

Jan.

19

Nov. 24

23
29

Sale

14

Jan.

Oct.

13* Nov.

26

20

Jan.

Nov.

3

Nov.

*• Nov. 6
2* Nov. 19
19* Nov. 23
3* Nov. 24
49* Nov.
13* Nov.,23

Jan.

4
31* Feb.
86* Mar. 10

1
Nov
92*
93
Nov, 22
Nov, 26 102*
22
18

22

Apr. 14
Apr. 14
Apr. 17

238

92

Sale

Mar. 10

19

Nov.
Nov.

50

26

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

Mar.

Oct.

12

Oct.

24

Sale

Mar. 31

24* Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

Nov

3* Sale
25

8

9
19
Nov. 26
Nov. 23

6

22

Sale

5
5

Feb.

Mar.

58

20

Sale

Mar.

^11*

,15

Sale

1

20

9* Feb. 18
47* Mar. 11
Apr. 23

Nov. 19

Sale
Sale

Sale

8
10

Jan.

19
19

Oct.

24*
74*
*
5*
34*

Jan.

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

20

J

11

34* Jan.

Nov.
Nov.

75*

Sale

12*

19

Nov.

90

Jan.

Oct.

6

100

Sale

17

28

12

.

Mar.

49

43* Jan.

19
19

8

Sale

Sale

I?*

Oct.

19

105
17
Sale

"28* Sale"

19

Nov

Sale

Nov.
5
Jan. 15

10* Apr. 19
Aug. 25

24

Nov

92

Sale

"49* "51*

19

6

113

100

18* Jan. 21
12* Mar. 0

17 115
24
80

.Sale

34
Sale

Jan* 20

Jan. 25

23* Feb. 25

19

10

7

SS-s!

19

Sale

Sale

::'

21

Nov. 12 112

Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Sale

4

Jan.

29

Nov. 19
Oct. 19

12

15

Jan.

3
19
24* Feb.
28 112* Feb. 27
Feb. 15
18 107

Nov.

Nov,

Sale

Jan.

17 113* Jan. 25
19 72* Feb.
4

19* Nov.

19

9

Sept. 29 162

81

44* Nov, 23

Sale

85* Sale

11

65

Sale
Sale

Sale

97

Feb.

Oct.
Oct.

10* Nov.

Sale

"47"" Sale'

86

Nov. 19

Nov. 12
Nov. 30

9
10* Nov.
4* Nov. 23

Sale

45* Sale
3* Sale

10

19

Oct.

Sale

Sale

L03

Feb.

Nov.

Sale

10* Sale
62
63*
42* Sale
27* Sale

31

Nov. 25 124
Oct. 26 110*
Oct. 19
49*
Nov. 24
98

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

47* Nov.

10*

76

Sale

11

19

8
61* Nov.
94* Jan. 30
Feb. 18
79
Nov. 30 110

3* Nov.

Nov. 24
59* Nov, 26

Sale

12

7* Sale

20

Feb.

96

43

"23"" "24#

83

Jan.

31

1

Nov.

.4* Nov. 22

Sale
113

42* Sale

15

19

19
83
1.
Sept. 11
AH
8
Oct. 21
30
8* Oct. 19 22*
9* Oct. 19 35*
8* Oct. 19 x29*

20* Nov.

69

81

117

Sale

22

19

Nov. 22
24* Nov. 23
3* Oct. 19

79

1* Nov.

1*
10

10* 12*
13* Sale

79

8

4
22

Jan.

50

9* Sale

101

2* Sale

Jan.

3

34

58

60

74

Feb

11

June
25* Oct.
8* Oct.
107* June
85
Oct.
5* Oct.
xl3* Nov.
4* Oct.
97* Nov.
48*. Nov.
2* Oct.
20
Oct.
18* Nov.

1* Nov. 10
Nov. 10
12* Nov. 1
11* Nov. 4
15* Nov.
1
66* Nov. 12
80
Nov. 22

10*

33

132

1

35* Nov.

5

12

19

Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 23

4

22* Sale

Jan.

Apr. 22
Aug. 30

Oct.

Nov.

58

Nov. 19

24* Nov. 23

8

14

Mar.

19

110'

Nov. 24

1*

1

July

19
65
Mar. 25 118
30* Oct. 19 52}
91
Oct. 20 112
103* Oct. 19 128
117
Oct. 25 140

Nov. 22

36*

12

Feb.

Oct.

.

8* Sal
13*
14
7* Sale

Sale

18*

12

Jan.

Oct.

111* 112* Ill
27
31* Sale
12

Jan.

19

Oct.

5 113
Nov. 9
Nov.
8
Nov.
32* Nov. 12
14* Nov.
1
10* Nov. 22
111«»» Nov, 3 lll"n Nov.26
94
Nov. 18 96* Nov. 12
1
9* Nov.
7* Nov. 24
1
Nov.
xl3* Nov. 29 15
8* Nov. 5
6* Nov. 23
5
17 115
Nov.
97* Nov.

128
Sale

Sale

8
Mar. 10

52* Nov. 12
115
Nov. 12 117* Nov. 3
32* Nov. 23 39* Nov. 15
93
Nov. 26
99
Nov. 10
Nov.
1
106
Nov. 24 110
ftov. 12
123
Nov. 19 127
136
Nov. 10 138
Nov. 1

Sale

159

Mar.

43

4 122

* Oct.
2* Oct.

45* Nov. 22

Sale

Jan. 18
Jan.
7
Mar. 8

1* Oct.

7

5* Nov.
1
10* Nov.
1
10* Nov. 12
32
Nov.
1

6

Nov.

Sale

113

78

19

Nov. 23

Nov. 23

11

Sale

154

1
20
15

22

Sale

140

1

Nov. 1
Nov. 27
Nov. 3
11* Nov. 12
3* Nov.
1
1 * Nov. 10

29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
Nov. 19
3* Nov. 23
7* Nov. 23

47* Sale
107* 110
120
122*

£585,500 tSeaboard Air Line........*
) 184,600
4-2% preferred
...—100
il 430.700 Seaboard Oil Co of Del
*

560,900
'68,200
V 549,200
469,950
1
65,800
}
8,300
r< 251,500
1*
17,500
IVI 29,920
IT
8,660
101,500
43,000
120,900

*
16*
12*
8*
2*

117*

134

2* Nov.

19

Oct.
Nov.

4
* Nov. 24
9
Oct. 22 28
1* Oct. 19
8*
97* Apr. 29 141
8* Oct. 19 47*
3
* Oct. 19
13
Oct. 19 29 J*
12* Nov. 19 22

10

12"" Nov" 24 "l7""Nov:i2

Sale

71
Sale

8
50

1* Nov. 5
Nov. 10

4

17

18* Jan.
2
Jan. 22
Aug. 16
Aug. 14

Oct.

174* Apr. 23 190
4* Oct. 19 20

Nov. 12

NOV. 22

115* 118*

477,100 Reynolds(KJ)Tob cl B.....10
Common
........10
2,820
1,400 Rhine Westphalia El Ac Pr_..
*
132,200 Richfield Oil Corp
*
23,400 Hitter Dental Mfg
33,500 Roan Antelope Cop Mines.
1
30,300 Ruberoid Co cap stock new.*
26,300 Rutland RR. pref......—100
10
1463,900 St Joseph Lead
1 (202,400 tst Louis-San Francisco. 100
6% preferred
100
, 327,000
>..L4.510 t t Louis Southwestern—100
5% preferred
.....100
1
560
193,900 Safeway Stores....—...1—-•
5% preferred...........100
4,650
6% preferred...........100
3,440
r
12,490
7% preferred...
..100
...*
1 129,700 Savage Arms Corp
1
5
436,896 Schenley Distillers Corp
5*% preferred...
...100
H >24,600
324,700 tSchulte Retail Stores...—1
8% preferred
100
58,500
23,030 Scott Paper.........;....—*

J

Nov.

1

Nov. 15

* Nov. 24
9

2

Sale

Sale
27* Sale
70
56

Nov.

Feb.

56

19

19
76*
5* Nov. 30 14*
49* Nov. 30 100*
165
Apr. 12 175

3

10

6
20
20
13
5
18

Nov. 19

4* Oct.

NoV. 26

Nov.

19
19

Oct.

Jan.

20

87* Jan.
64
July
9* Jan.
74* Jan.
20* Apr.
33* Jan.

19
19

25

8

Nov.

30

8
176* Nov.
x7 * Nov. 24
10* Nov. 23
50
Nov. 4

Sale

1

.1

3

Sale

27*

514% conv.

Shattuck (G F>
Sharon Steel Corp
55 cony preferred....

Nov.

Nov. 26

Sale

W6

pref—......100
97,600 Reynolds Spring Co...—-—1

-

30

166

99
Sale

110

31*
2*
27*

.....
5
1,883,800 Reo Motor Car
6,567,700 Republic Steel Corp......—•
6% conv preferred——.100
^
36,300
31,500
6% conv prior pref ser A 100
-302,100 Revere Cooper Ac Brass.....5
t
Class A...........—....10
24,300
4,600
7% preferred
...——100
2,540
5M% preferred
....100
166,500 Reynolds Metals Co........*

\255,900
509,600
(214,300
279,600
29,090

5

Sale

Oct.

29*
37

Nov. 30

2
18

30

6

Nov.

19
19
19

4

2

Jan. 12
3* Feb.
1
95* Aug. 31

Nov. 22

30* Oct.
2h Oct.
Oct.
27

Nov. 16

19

Sale

3* Sale

8

Nov.

Oct.

Highest

7* Feb.
14

15

5* Oct.
50

Nov. 12

23

5* Nov.
Nov.
5* Nov.
49* Nov.

13* Sale
28* Sale
.08* Sale

3* Sale

Nov.

65

4
1

31

Sale

108

Nov.

9
Nov.
Nov. 19

21

m 169

22

85;

19

Oct.

Nov. 10

37

m

23

29* Nov. 26
6* Nov. 19

34
Sale

37
Sale
Sale

"8*

77

3
Nov.
4
Nov.
1
Nov. 24
Nov.

21* Sale

Sale

Poor At Co class B

4,900

7

g*

United....—.-25

pref (unstamped). 100
Plttsb Ac West Virginia..100
Plttston Co (The)......
*
Pond Creek

29*

18

Highest

Sale Prices
Oct. 18
2
2* Oct. 19

Nov.

24

Nov. 22
36* Nov. 23
3
Nov. 19

3

9*
Sale

.......100

Cony

Plymouth

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

50

100

•
Porto Rlcan Am Tob cl A...*
Class B
•
47,600
212,400 tPostal Teleg At Cable preflOO
522,400 Pressed Steel Car common.. 1
; 39,800
5% cony 1st pref.........5
38,500
5% cony 2d pref—...—50
*
284,300 Procter Ac Gamble
Preferred
——100
5,620
382,000 Pub Ser Corp of N J common *
34,300
55 preferred
6% preferred..........100
18,100
6,000
7% preferred...........100
8%
2,380
preferred
....100
Public Service El At Gaa—
I;
3,300
|5 preferred
—*
428,300 Pullman Company..
•
3,258,600 Pure Oil
25,870
U8% con?pref.100
27,850
6% preferred.............
•
404.400 Purity Bakeries
42,100 Quaker State OH Rfg Corp. 10
*
6,151,800 Had to Corp of Amer
2,300
55 preferred B.........—.*
53.50 conv 1st pref—....*
172,500
1,451,100 |Radio-Kelth-Orph Corp...*
76,600 R ay bestos-Manhattan ....—*
45,300 Reading Company........50
First preferred..........50
7,500
Second preferred.......50
8,300
5
49,500 Real Silk Hosiery......
Preferred
........100
1,440
*
51,900 Rels (Robt) At Co—
1st preferred
......
100
8,000
82,900 Reliable Stores Corp......
13,400 Reliance Mfg Co.......... 10
973,200 Kem'ton Rand ............1
Pref with warrants
—25
33,800
1,680 Renss Ac Saratoga RR Co. 100

211,800
78,600

•77

40

Sale

Pittsburgh Terminal Coal—1
6% preferred

3*
*
70*
7*

Sale

50

87*

602,300 Pittsburgh Screw Ac Bolt.
71,900 Pittsburgh Steel Co..—
.100
24,450
7% pref class B-...
16,300
1,840
532,700
7,970
30,780
152,500
442,000
10,900

77

Sale

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

2*
Sale

15

—

Preferred

Ask

Sale

Sale

.100
Preferred
2,060
145,100 Pierce Oil 8% cony pref— .100
44,200 Pllsbury Flour Mills..— -25
1,530 Pirelli Co of Italy Am shs
42,600 Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa).. "loo
.100
16,900
0% preferred
4,820 Pitts Coke & Iron'Corp.
830
$5 cony preferred
200 Pitts Ft Wayne 8c Chic.. 100

700

2*
3*

Sale

16,010 tPhila Rapid Transit Co. .-50
..50
18,290
7% preferred
...
389,200 Phlla At Reading C Ac I —
311,100 Philip Morris Ac Co—.— Ilio
18,200 Phillips Jones Corp.....

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30
Bid

Ask

Par

Shares

;

Nov. 1

1937

Jan. 1

,

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS
N. 7. STOCK EXOHAH OE

Since

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Feb.

4

Mar. 10

54* Jan.

8
11

40* Feb.

10

Mar.

29* Feb.^15
23* Aug. 18
1

i Oct.
Oct.

••■'■•

June
9
6* Feb. 2m
19
19 42* Jan. 12
Jan.
2
25 155

Mar. 18 115

; Oct.

Dec., 1937]

N. Y. STOCK

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCKS
In
November

Since

22",200
1,300

37,700

10

250

»

300

2,ooo

-}/c:

180

1,000
53,100
13,800
700

84,400
4,870
18,900
112,100
3,400
7,100
69,100
120.600
13,300
56,100

2,800

122,200
6,000
"

1,383.300
7,300
177,100

25

Spear Ac Co.

1

.

7.700

53%

Sale

155$ Sale

Swift Internat Ltd.....

5
39

40
11

435,100

loo

40

Sale

49

21

Sale

16

9

Sale

xl04

11%

Sale

31

Nov. 24

34

Sale

32% Nov.

Sale

42-

Sale
Sale

54

10% Sale
10

Sale

Sale

15% Sale

Sale

6

Sale

Sale
125

49

Sale

120

Sale

Sale
26%
Sale
Sale
Sale
12%
Sale

26% Sale

19

14% Sale

5%
8%
45%
4%

Sale

15

Sale

9% Sale

Nov.

9%
9%
11%
5%
48%
120
13%
20%
2%

8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

8% Sale
6% Sale
7%
7%
43% 44%

Nov. 19

4,500

f

1,900
200

2,600
120

40,700
582.500
2,651,150
901,700
351,200
903,100
713,200
48,900
45,200
5,700
35,300
2,480

Telautograph Corp........5
Tennessee Corp..........—5
Texas

Producing Co

Texas At Pacific

Thatcher

$3.60

7%

Mfg..............*
preferred..
*

37

preferred..........100
cony

pref....

33,300
4,900

47,600

947,700

2,400

24,300
476.600
223,700
489,200
434,100
131,400
526,500
8,200
179,700

Truax Traer

17,900
562,700

5,500

31,700
300

7,300
700

37,500
3,100
6,100

116,830

320

5,950

141,400

2,200
9,100
19,800
96,000
33,800
19,700
2,600
5,900

140,500
45,700
1,000
2,900
40

11,800
2,500
316,800
30,200
22,100
2,100
70

37,500
15,300
16,300
98,200
1,100

14,100
9,600

Tide Water Assoc Oil—....10
$4.50 cony pref
*

128,700

Transc & West Air Inc
Tran Ac Williams Steel

Tri-Contlnental

29*366
66.500
222.900
34.400

14,000

1.200

10

Twin City Rapid Transit.—*
Preferred
100
Twin Coach Co—..........1

Ulan Ac

Nov.

5

4%
6%
35%
3%
28%
7%
6%
15%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

24
23
23

73 %

13

20

20%
20%
9% Sale
109%
8% Sale

5

14

8

30

Sale

6

86

80

88

6% Sale

Sale

8

10

Sale

54%
10% Sale

8% Sale

•

.

6

•;

16,140

Preferred......,.........*
Dlstrib

Preferred

Corp

*
100

18% Sale
94

2%

98

3%

8% Sale
70
88
1
1%
8% Sale
10% Sale

19
Sale
133,100 U S Freight
•
31% Sale
131,200 U S Gypsum Co
...—20 122% Sale
63
3,850
7% preferred..........100 166
167
155
171,600 U S Hoffman Mach
5
17% Sale
10%
13,500
5%% cony pref...
....50
54% 55%*
37
394,500 U S Industrial Alcohol
*
38
38%
21
257,800 U S Leather...............*
6% Sale
6%
Class A
374,600
....—*
13% Sale
10
Prior preferred.
15,500
......100
89
93%
70
260.600 U S Pipe At Foundry...
2S
62% Sale
33%
657,400 U S Realty Ac Impt..
....*
17% Sale
6%
♦
1,817,400 U S Rubber
46
Sale
30
345,800
8% 1st preferred
100
96
Sale
58%
242,800 U S Smelt Ref At Mg
50
84
Sale
70%
18,800
Preferred...............50
75
Sale

For footnotes

......

....

64%

set page

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Sale
157

7% Sale
1

8J
9

Sale
Sale

68

Sale

Sale
42
Sale

20% Sale

Sale

30

40

5% Sale
9% Sale
70
86

30% Sale
6% Sale

Sale

27%
55%

Sale

60

67%

58% Nov. 13
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 15
Nov.
1
Nov. 13

54

28

Nov.

Nov.

8

Nov.

3
Nov. 12

63

Sale
Sale

^Sale

68

3

19
19
19
19

Oct.

19
19

9% Nov. 1
8% Nov.
1
7% Nov. 19

4% Oct.
4% Oct.
6% Oct.

18

19

19
19
19

Nov.

4

25

19

55

Oct.

19

1

Nov. 15
Nov. 15

19
55

3
1
1

46%
9%
61%
18%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

80

Nov. 23

4

24
23
23
23

10

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

7% Nov.
Nov.

1
1

1

Oct.
1% Oct.

19

6% Oct.
13% Oct.

19

77

8%
36
10
4

5%
3%

3

86

1

4%
7%
18%

1

6% Nov. 12

25

2%

54% Nov.
10% Nov.

3

40

1

7

2% Nov.

1

71

1

47

1

9

1

1

17%

96

Nov.

1

80

3
1

78
22

Nov.19

88% Nov.

Nov. 24

24

Nov.

20% Nov. 12
9% Nov. 1
11

Nov. 13

61%

10%
5%
7

17% Nov. 24 21
Nov. 12
15
112% Nov. 18 112% Nov. 18 110
45% Nov. 24 64% Nov. 1
45%
22
Nov.
9
25% Nov. 4
20
v3
Nov. 8
4% No .27
2
128
Nov. 8 34% Nov. 10
25%
6% Nov. 23
8% Nov. 1
5
12
8% Nov. 23
Nov.
3
6%
80
Nov. 16 82% Nov. 23
80
4% Nov. 8
6% Nov. 17
2%
28% Nov. 8 37
Nov. 30
24
52% Nov. 26 60% Nov.
1
52
10% Nov. 8 12% Nov. 12
9
xl02%Nov. 29 106
Nov. 4 101
4% Nov. 20
7% Nov. 12
3%

6% Nov. 23

19

75
21

17% Jan.
33% Jan.

20

20

Feb.

17

Jan.

11

19

9
Nov. 10
6%
Nov. 23
80
Nov.
3
70
Nov. 22
1% Nov. 12
%
5% Nov. 8 10
Nov. 13
4%
7% Nov. 23 10% Nov. 1
5%
53
Nov. 23
68% Nov. 30
53
154% Nov. 4 159% Nov. 30 154%
7% Nov. 23 10% Nov. 12
6%
35
Nov. 19 37% Nov. 12 x34
18% Nov. 8 22% Nov. 15
16%
4% Nov. 24
6% Nov. 1
3%
7% Nov. 20 10% Nov. 1
6%
85
25 % ~Nov."24 34
Nov."12 24
5
-Nov.
4
7%"Nov. 15
3%
22% Nov. 23 30% Nov. 1
20
45% Nov. 22 58% Nov. 1
45%
52% Nov. 23 70% Nov. 1
52%
63
Nov. 26 67
Nov. 8
63

9

Jan.

4

July
Feb.

12
3

Mar.

2

Mar. 11
39% Jan. 26
20% Jan. 20
28% Mar. 8
33% Mar. 31

23% Jan. 20
17% Jan. 21
15% Jan.
8
57% Feb.
2

8%
15%
65%
9%
44

Jan.

12

Mar.

8

Apr. 22
Mar. 15
Mar. 30

16% Jan. 22
15% Jan. 28
54% Mar. 6
48
Feb. 19
64
Jan. 13
13% Mar. 1
93% Jan.
4
13% Feb.
3
x40
Sept. 2

8% Jan. 18
15% Mar.
28%
10%
40%
21%

5
Feb. 11
Jan. 25
Jan. 25
Feb.
4

Nov. 24
98% Aug. 13
Oct. 19 28% Feb. 11
Oct. 19
79
Feb.
4
Oct. 19
17
Aug.
2
Oct. 19 22% Jan. 11
Oct. 19
27% Jan. 22
Oct. 19
11% Mar. 8
Nov. 16 109% Jan. 21
12
Oct. 19
Mar.
8
Oct. 16
26% Mar. 8
Oct. 19 40% Mar. 18
50
Nov. 23
Mar. 18
Oct. 19
17% Jan. 22
Jan. 20
Oct. 19 94
Oct. 19 25
Mar, 29

1% Oct.

Nov.

12% Nov.
79% Nov.
21% Nov.

81

Nov. 19

1

25% Nov. 1
30% Nov. 10

22

16% Nov. 8
6% Nov. 23

20
Nov. 23

1

Nov. 15
Nov.
5
Nov.
1
Nov. 15

7% Nov. 22

3% Oct.
55

5

Nov.

Nov. 20

19

Nov.

56%
12%
7%
9%

4% Nov. 22

19
19

Nov.
Nov.

16

10

19
19
19
19

2% Oct. 19
36
Sept. 25
1% Oct. 19
4% Nov. 23

Nov. 15
Nov. 15

5

2

23%
5%
5%
15%

2%
5%
17%
4%
17%

92

5%
34%

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 12

6% Nov.
73
Nov.
5% Nov.

48

48% Nov. 30 77%
Aug.
6 125
Oct. 19
20%
18
Oct. 19
61 %
1% Oct. 19
7%
8
Oct. 19 47%

7% Oct.
15% Oct.
22% Oct.

Nov.

Mar.
9
Mar.
6
Jan. 29
Feb. 11

118
9

13

15

9

5% Oct.
8% Oct.
6% Oct.

Oct.

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

2

20

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 12
Nov.
5
Nov. 10

11

75 *
70
1% 11

65

159% Sale
8% Sale

Sale
Sale
100
Sale
Sale

9

85% Nov. 12

45

50

Feb.

12

Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Nov. 23

Nov. 23

11
19

76

Nov. 20
Nov. 23
Nov. 19

Nov. 22

Jan.

50

Nov. 24
Nov. 26
Nov.
8

5

5% Nov. 19

7

4
50

42

19

19% Nov. 23

12

1
3

53% Nov.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

Nov. 16

Jan.

65

11

11
23
8
20
2
22
8
8

72% Jan.

19

Nov.

7% Nov. 23
3% Nov. 23

Jan.

Feb.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Oct.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.

Feb.

Nov. 24

8

28% Oct.

4

Nov. 20

50

Nov. 22

42

22
Nov. 24

2

36% July

77

86

Oct.

1

2

26% Oct. 19
30% May 14

6

47

Co!.........-.—w..*

U S Ac Foreign Secus Corp..*

1
1
Nov. 30

23
23
*4
9
23

25

..

137.900

33% Nov.
36% Nov.
34

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

22% Sale
28% Sale
5% Sale

33

52

Sale
Sale

4

25% Sale

43% Sale

83%

Sale

2% Oct.

1

Nov.

6

8

19
20

4

10% Nov. 23

Sale

93%
7% Sale

10

1% Nov.

Feb.
Jan.

28%
95%
48%
16%
104%
12%
14%
32%

19

4%
12%
2%
9%
13%

6% Sale

Nov.

7% Oct.

Nov.

39

Sale

16

101
Oct.
2 % Oct.

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 15

11

Sale

Sale
Sale

92

23
Sale

2

19

5%
8%
45%
4%
32%
9%
7%
22%

3% Nov. 24

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale

20

Nov. 23

44

3%
14
Sale
14% Sale
80
91%
13% Sale
42% Sale

48% Sale

Sale

55

Oct.

8% Oct.
49

Oct.

35

Sale

12%
7%
9%

<

5

Sale

2
5
14%

Sale

Sale

108
22
35

5% Sale

Sale

15

55

3% Sale

Sale

16
851

"2334 Sale

24

60

56

17% Sale

Sale

25%

55

Sale
Sale
35

3

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

94
36

13% Nov. 30

5

20

23% Jan. 12
35
Aug. 14

Oct.

6% Nov. 23
5% Nov. 23
7% Nov. 20
42

28

Feb.

19

10

27

24

7

2% Sale

6% Sale
80% 34
21

3%
x30%
8%
7%
19%

12%
Sale

Sale

.

7,000

23,800
>7,400
14.500

.........*
Coal..........*

Corp...*
$1.50 preferred...^.*

7,500 U S

300

Forg*
Corp..
*

Truscon Steel Co

600

5.600

6

6% preferred

200

890

26 %

39

4% Sale
2% Sale
2% Sale
105,500 Underwood Elliott Fisher..*
93
98
71
Sale
50
Sale
110,000 Union Bag At Paper, new —*
12% Sale
10% Sale
697,300 Union Carbide Ac Car
103% Sale"
79% Sale
71
Sale
837,500 Union OH, California
..25
26
Sale
21% Sale
20% Sale
187,700 Union Pacific...
100 126% Sale
95
Sale
188
Sale
35,800
4% preferred
........100
98
Sale
87% Sale
82%
88
Union Tank Car
98,500
•
25% 27
24
Sale
22% Sale
1,512,150 United Aircraft Corp.......5
28% Sale
19% Sale
19% Sale
728,100 United Air Lines Transport-5
22% Sale
9% Sale
8% Sale
15,000 United American Bosch
.*
25
28%
10% Sale
8
10
65,200 United Biscuit of Am......*
29% 31
19% Sale
17
18%
Preferred
1,090
............100 115
Sale
113%
111% 113
92,300 United Carbon.............*
84
85
64% Sale
x46% Sale
37,600 Unlted-Carr Fastener Corp.*
29%
31% ,25
28
22% Sale
2.765,200 United Corp
•
6% Sale
3% Sale
4% Sale
Preferred —w—*
261,900
43% 44%
32% Sale
34% Sale
418,000 United Drug Inc
5
14% Sale
8
Sale
x6% Sale
79,400 United Dyewood
10
18% Sale
12
14
10
Sale
1,540
Preferred*
—..100
99% 102
80
85
86%
622,100 United Electric Coal Cos..—5
7% Sale
\5% Sale
5% Sale
78,700 United Eng Ac Foundry.....5
47% Sale
33% Sale
35% Sale
186,600 United Fruit...............*
82% Sale
60% Sale
55
Sale
1,305,900 United Gas Ac Impt Co
*
15
Sale
11% Sale
11% Sale
18,000
Preferred...
——_* 110% 111%
104
106
95
102%
409.700 United Paperboard Co
10
7
Sale
7
Sale
5% Sale

'

1,240
10,300
29,800

73
5%
25

11&

5%
7% Sale

62

6%

...

Tlmken-Detroit Axle Co...10
Tlmken Roller Bear
...•
Transamerica Corp new..—2

45,950

17,300

11

55

10

20th Cent Fox Film

20,500
: ; 31,400
58,400
31,700

63%
1154
93%

Sale
Sale
Sale

9% Sale
7% Sale
21% Sale
*24% Sale

3834
65%
12%
95
Sale

«

74,700 Third Arenue—
........IOO
26,500 Thompson (J R)_.
25
136,000 Thompson Products.....
*
653,500 Thompson-Starrett.......—*
Preferred
*
64,100

1,900
12,200

Sale

12% Sale
Sale

cony

$3 dlr

14

47

The Fair Co

200

8% Sale
38 % Sale

100

502,100 Thermold Co.....1

"3",600

»

*

Texas Gulf Sulphur
...»
Texas Pacific Coal At Oil...10
Tex Pac Ld Trust ctfs ......1

.

15.600

Corp (The).........25

Texas Gulf

5

17

9% Jan.
31

20

14

10% Nov. 12
16% Nov. 24

8

11% Mar. 16
77% Mar. 17

19

Nov. 15

29

22% Nov. 20

Nov. 24

1

13
11
17
6
20

104% Jan.

19

19
19
19
19

3%
18%
23%
10%
18%

Nov.

18

5

3,800
15.800
204,000
40,800
21,300
37,600
35,700

12
Nov. 15

19
19
21
19

Oct.
Oct.

40

12

6% Nov. 12
13% Nov. 15

23
13%
24
10%
8
17%
20
8%
30
59%
Nov. 20 125
Nov. 20
14%
Nov.
8 30

13

19%
20
8%
12%
xl6% Sale
24% Sale

Sale

32

Sale

2% Sale

8% Sale
7%
8%
40% 45

8
Sale
12 % Sale
55
Sale

13% Sale
27

1

Nov. 24
Nov. 26

20

56

9
18

Sale

10

Nov. 22

45
21

14%
26%
3%
18%
23%

8

28% Nov. 23

1

29

122

9
50

20

12
1
10

32% Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

65%
43%
60%
65%

18
Nov. 19

Nov. 13

4% Nov.

4

23% Nov. 20

<

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

23

8

9% Nov.
20% Nov.

Sale

76

25% Sale
32

15
30

31% Nov. 12

4% Nov.

Sale

19
19

14%
19%
43-%
13%
62%

Nov. 22

1
Sale
30% Sale
33% Sale

Without warrants........1

(James) Inc
5H% preferred

3

Oct.
Oct.

23

Nov. 26

Nov. 23
Nov. 8

19

Oct.

9

1% Oct.
35% Oct.
76
Oct.
1% Oct.
7
Oct.
73% Sept.

8
Nov. 23
9% Nov.
1
103% Nov. 23 104% Nov. 15

58

8%

13

Nov. 16

17% Oct.
17

75

9% Nov. 23

28

14

.81H

Talcott

Sale

3% Sale
5% Sale
11% Sale

stock purchase warrants. 1

247,500
47,600
3.290

2,300

Sale

Sale

x52

Symington-Gould Corp with

20,900
J5.800

20

Highest
Sale Prices

11% Nov.
1
Npv. 30

Nov. 24
Nov. 30
Nov. 19

11% Nov. 23
13% Nov. 30

Sale

56

32% Sale

Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov.
1
Nov. 12

Nov. 19

Sale

13% Sale
10% Sale

Sale
Sale

22%
23%
15%
23%

4% Nov. 12
40% Nov. ' 3

14

33% Sale
36% Sale
34% Sale
53% Sale

Sale
Sale

74%
124

22
20
20
23

35

Sale

13% Sale

1% Sale

3%

125

1354

Lowest
Sale Price

.1 r 1 1 ■mini

Nov. 19

8

27% Sale

~29%

1

Nov. 24

75

30

17 % Sale

1.

3

9
Sale

25% Sale

217,500 Sunshine Mining Co.......10
145,100 Superheater Co (The)......* "54"" Sale"

124,100

8%

75
21

67

48%
29% 32%
69 % Sale
34% Sale
71 % Sale

*

221,000 Superior Steel
—.—100
66,000 Sutherland Paper Co
10
23,400 Sweets Go of Amer (The).-50
355.300 Swift Ac Co
25

Sale

14%- Sale
19% Sale
41% Sale
13% Sale
61% Sale
20% Sale
9% Sale
103% Sale
4% Sale
5% Sale
12

Sale
Sale

j

36

24

3%

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1

Sale Prices

30

42

58

43 %

10

19%
17%
10%
15%

40%
3% Sale

35

65%

25

Superior OH ...............1

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

56

25

......100

Sale

9

25% Sale

♦

*

6% preferred

1,670,900

24,300
8,700

Highest
i n

.

Sale Prices

.i.^:

5

75
27

22

*f6*%""n%

Studebaker Corp.. ........1

11%

36

1

Sun Oil

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

"~3% Sale" "3" Sale" ""2% "Nov."23 *"3% "Nov.""!
50

21% Sale
29% Sale
51
51%

91,100 Sterling Products Inc.. ..10
424.300 Stewart Warner Corp......5
66,700 Stokely Bros Ac Co Inc
1

43,400
5,000

42

40%

95

"41% Sale"

....*

40

3%
37

86

$4.50 preferred...

Stone Ac Webster

56%

10 '
74%
102% 104
7% Sale
19%
21)4

9%

73

Standard Brands.

Stand Com'l Tobacco..

Starrett Co (The L S)

704,000
2,097,300

21% Sale

Sale

1

Standard Oil of Kansas
Standard Oil of N J

1,827,000
30,700

;>

Lowest

Ask

21%
20%
13%
20%

Sale

15

*

885,300 Stand Oil of Calif
699,233 Standard Oil Co of Ind
,

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

20% Sale
22% Sale

Sale
Sale

% Sale

50%

23,100 Standard foresting Corp...*

100

4

Spalding (A O) Ac Bros
*
1st preferred........... iOO
Spang Chalfant Ac Co pre 100
Sparks Wlthlngton..
*

Ask

29 %
44%

5% preferred...........
Mobile At Ohio certlf«..100

969,100 {Standard Gas Ac Elec
801,900
$4 preferred
65,100
$6 prior preferred
*
251,300
$7 prior preferred........*

140

25,500
11,600
38,400
10,900
3,300

Edison...-25

Cony $4.50 pref
98,200 Square D Co class B

11,000
21,000
1,800

191,400

Did

Southern Pacific Co...... 100
Southern Railway....
1 0

28,150

600

161,000

California

782.600
Sperry Corp (The) y t C.....1
81,700 Splcer Mfg Co
8,780
$3 conv preferred A.......*
1,053.100 Spiegel Co Inc
2

88,900
66,400

•

Sou

$5.50 preferred--..-......*
21,500 Spencer Kellogg At Son*....*

1,400

Nov. 1

nl.

Par

284,100
2,021,650
1,619.300
4d4,200
V:
4,800
69.200
5,770
5,890
562,800

\

Jan. 2

1937

Shares

17,000
227,400
112,700
31,500

39

;

Price

N. T. STOCK EXCHAN GE

Jan. l v

Share*

■

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

QREQATB SALES

\ A

19

Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

6% Jan. 25
8
19
18% Seps. 17
23 111
Feb. 20
19
28% Feb.
4
23 148% Mar. 10
23 100% Jan.

19

99% Jan.

13

24

31% Feb.

4

19
19

35% Mar. 5
24% Jan. 12

19
19

30% Jan.

31% Feb. 10
11

15 117% Feb.
0
91
Feb.
24
3
35
Mar. 17
19
19
8% Jan. 14
19
46% Jan. 14
16
Mar.
8
19
19
26% Apr. 19
16 106% Feb. 20

9% Mar.
19
Mar.
Oct. 19 63
Oct. 19
86% Mar.
17
Jan.
Oct. 19
Oct. 20 113% Jan.
Oct. 19
16% Feb.

pet.

8
11
19
14
14
8

Oct. 19 24% Mar. 9
Nov. 23 100% Feb.
3
Oct. 19
3% Jan. 28
Oct. 20 20% Jan. 19
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

19
34% Jan.
Feb.
23 137
Feb.
4 172

19

3
4

23% Mar. 22

20

70

19

43% Feb.
9
15% Mar. 18
22% Mar, 17

19

19

Sept. 23 112
72%
19
19%
Oct. 18
Oct. 19
72%
Oct.

13

Mar. 22

Mar. 80

Mar. 9
Jan. 12
Mar. 81

Feb. 18
Nov. 23 118
Mar. 11
Nov. 23 105
Oct. 21
75% Jaa. 18

N. Y. STOCK

40

STOCKS
N. Y. STOCK

Since

Price
Jan. 2

EXCHANGE
Par

Shares

174,000
10.300

United States Steel..
U

7754

.....100

100

.

.

—

517,200 1 Utilities Pow 0c Light A....1
263,600 Vadsco Sales Corp........—"
Preferred... ......——100
3,410
761,900 Vanadium Corp of America.*
5
87,800 Van Raalte Co
1,840
7% 1st preferred.......100
49,800 Vlck Chemical Co.......—5
190 Vicks Shr & Pac Ry Co—100
*
860,600 Va Caro Chemical...
293,860
0% preferred......—.100
6,580 Virginia Bloc Ac Power 4% pf*
10,730 Virginia Iron, Coal 6c CokelOO
5% preferred...........100
6,910
5,800 Virginia Ry Co pref
100
5,290 Vulcan Detlnning.......100
720
7% preferred.....—...100

;

191,500 {W abash
283,500
8,590

.. .

..100

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

Preferred A....—

...100

Preferred B

...100

......

128,700 Waldorf System.......
128,500 Walgreen Co
8,500
454 % pref with warr.

"754 Sale"
87 X

"79X "83'"
160x 164%
100

Sale

4

Sale

ix

Sale

48 x

29 x
40

114
42

Sale
Sale
116
42 X

7H

Sale
Sale

Sale

1054
36X
129

1154
37 X
130

7054
76
122x 135
3X

Sale
954 Sale
754
8x
1654
17
38

Sale

»

Co.

~li~x Sale"

fi

.454

Sale

30

Sale

61
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale

108 x
4x
1154
112
56

7354

1254

5
9

Sale
Sale

77

77

Sale

854 Sale

1854

48
19x

3954
1854

Sale
Sale

Ward Baking class A...

41

44*st

15
4

Sale
Sale

90.400

:::ioo
7% preferred
5
Warner Bros Pictures..
13.85

conv

preferred.

{Warren Bros
*

mi 5

36

12

36 x

23

36 x

Elsenlohr.......
..

—

854 Sale
1J
ix
51
81
98

105
95

61,600
118,300
65,300

White Rock Mln Spgs ctfs..*
White

Sewing

Convertible

Mach

*

preferred....*

—...6
250,100 Wilcox Oil Ac Gas
77,700 Willys-Overland Motors....1
21,200
6% conv pref
....—-.10
•
1,214,800 Wilson Ac Co
$6 cum preferred.......100
3fl200
-"842^800 Woolworth (F W)—.......10
100
204,700 Worthington P 6c M.__
7% preferred "A"......100
42,890
6% preferred B__
..100
34,430
Prior pref 454% series ..100
2,400
Prior pref 4*4 % conv ser 100
1,500
6,660 Wright Aeronautical Corp..*
Wrlgley (Wm) Jr
*
36,400
41,460 Yale 6c Towns Mfg Co.-_-.25
1
3,312,000 Yel Trk 6c C'ch class B
7% preferred
......100
8,860
*
68,500 Young Spring Ac Wire ...
1,066,500 Youngst'n Sh 6c Tube..... *
5H%
preferred
100
10,600
....*
507,600 Zenith Radio Corp

311,200
•
Nopar value,
a
d Change of name




/onite Products

Corp..

Sale

76

98.

89
95
84

96

17 x

254 Sale
754 Sale

7954 Sale
50 x

Sale
14654 Sale
148*4 153o

110
39
105

3254

82

*~854 Sale"
16

3
15s

Sale

121X Sale
113x 116

—...

100
760.700 Western Union Teleg
501,000 Westlnghouse Air Brake —•
673,800 Westinghouse El Ac Mfg..50
7% 1st preferred........50
5,730
120,400 Weston El Instrument......*
Class A
-•
1,910
57,600 Westvaco Chlorine Prod....*
31,000
5% preferred
30
1,060 Wheel'g 8c Lake Erie Ry ColOO
880
554% conv pref
100
403,300 Wheeling Steel Corp.......*
Preferred.
100
28,900
$5 conv prior preferred...*
2,600
4,700 White Dental Mfg Co (S S)-20
1
888,400 White Motor Co

18

32

*

III
9,060 Wells Fargo 6c Co
^e
199,300 Wesson OH Ac Snowdrift
$4 conv preferred....... II*
14,700
II*
4,970 West Penn El Co "A"
100
7% preferred..
13,990
.....
100
13,255
6% preferred
100
5,200 West Penn Pow pref 7%
6% preferred—........ 100
5,240
63,100 Western Auto Supply Co. .10
256,300 Western Maryland....... 100
Second preferred...... 100
41,500
100
89,700 Western Pacific
6% preferred........... 100
260,300

-

Sale

121

120

1554 Sale
3554
355*
1554
1654
2654
2854
75
110
87
95

Sale

30

Sale

80

24 x

Sale
1554
1554
554 Sale
4054 Sale

454

13

1154
254
18

63

35
82

80

1954
Sale

12.
3
Sale

254 Sale
4

85< Sale

Sale
110
68

Sale

854 Sale
654 Sale
6154 Sale

Sale
Sale

41

Sale

22

Sale

72

Sale
Sale

3

Sale

29
7356 74
Sale
90

9654

Sale

8554 Sale

5

Sale

9

Sale
Sale

354 Sale

79

7754 Sale

101

w
24

Sale
Sale

75
105
95
9056

2554

Sale

105
63
52
16
15
1054 Sale
10 x Sale
80

Sale

1554 Sale

§H

25
3

6K

Sale

6

Sale

5254

58

3854 Sale
1854 Sale
68
6554

40

40

Sale

11054
354 Sale
754 Sale

10654
;

1

Deferred delivery,
r Oaata aalee.
from International Printing Ink

83
Sale

454 Sale

x Ex-dividend.
Corp.

ti

9

Nov. 24

1954 Nov. 23
1354 Nov. 23
23
Nov. 24
254
154
2554
7354

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov. 20

5154 Sale
52
5954

85

Mar.

5

May 12
Mar. 27
Apr.
Apr.

6
6

Feb.

15

9
Nov.
1
754
18
2354 Nov.
1
7854 Nov. 18 £74
1054 Nov. 15
354
46
Nov.
5
32
17
1854 Nov.
4

42

43

Nov. 30

454 Nov. 10
14

Nov. 12

2454 Nov. 15
18

Nov.

32

Nov.

1
1

354 Nov. 16
154 Nov. 4
33

75
91

9

Nov.
Nov.

19

Nov.

9
154 Nov.
,254 Nov. 22

4

Nov.

Nov.

29

20

19

Oct.

19

Oct.

19
19
19
19

36

254

2h

1
23
73
84

23
23

254
554
1
154

21

39

Sale

w*
20

85
Sale

75

Nov. 27

1754 Nov. 23
254 Nov. 24

19

15

Oct.

19

19

19 8354 Jan. 22
19
5754 Mar. 6
8754 Nov. 23 16754 Jan. 22
17 x Oct.

113

Oct.
1054 Oct.
3154 Nov.
1054 Oct.

Nov.
1
Nov. 23
Nov.
3
Nov.
6

19

75
60

19

3054

Jan.
Jan.

19

39

May

18 170

19
Nov. 23
Oct. 19
Nov. 20 126
Oct. 19 65

m
k

Feb. 16
Jan. 25
Mar. 22
Jan.
4

Oct.

19

33

19

254 Nov.

3

19

18
6

Oct:

19

46

IX Oct.

19

1

Nov.

1

854 Nov.
654 Nov.

1
1

Nov.

1

4154 Nov. 1
2254 Nov. 15
72
59

Nov.
Nov.

1
3

254 Nov. 19
654 Oct. 19
45* Oct. 19
52
Nov. 29
35
Oct. 19
12
Oct. 19

5454 Oct.
40

26M Nov.

3454 Nov.
45

23

iNov.

454l?Nov.

{ Oompanlea reported in

1
1

654 Jan. 25
554 Sept. 7
Sept. 7
1254 Feb. 27

12

9154 Mar. 22
6554 Jan. 20
47

Mar. 10

3

1001

4054

19

19

Nov. 30

Nov. ,5
Mar. 6

7
27
16
Jan. 23
Feb. 15
Mar 06
Jan. 27

Jan.

Jan.

3754 Jan.

101$

3454 Nov. 24
70
Oct. 25 115
12
Oct. 19
254 Oct. 19

receiverahlp,

22

Mar. 25

19

Nov. 23 142
Oct.

Jan.

20 112H

54
Nov. 27
Oct. 19 128
76
Oct.
19
Nov. 22
6254
Oct.

1

4454\,Nov. 1
8354 Nov. 12

Oct.

Mar. 11

May 15

6

254 Nov.

7
Apr. 13
Aug.
6

23

854 Oct.
154 Oct.
11

6

Feb. 23
Jan.

19

3

Nov. 10

22
22

Aug. 14
Aug. 31

Nov. 23
Oct. 18

1454 Oct.

_

Nov/26
34H Nov. 24

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

9
8

2954 July 12
1154 Mar. 5
2354 Mar. 6
Mar. 17
1154 Mar. 17

2554 Oct.

4054 Nov. 30
54
Nov. 5
69
Nov. 10
22 6354 Nov. 8
Nov. 12
22 30
23 1254 Nov. 1
L02
Nov.
1
Nov./

85

19

1

Nov. 12
Nov. 30
Nov. 12
Nov. 3
Nov. 3

22

45

23
22
3
Nov. 27

9 11554 Jan.

Oct.

3

61

4

19 12354 Mar.

Nov.

4

9

Feb.

1354 Nov.

19

1

Jan.

11

11754 Oct.
11054 Apr.

75
66

12

Fob.

26

Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2^

m Mar. 17
Feb.

75
60
15

Nov. 29

Mar. 10

46

3854 Feb. 19
5054 Aug. 10

Aug. 26

75

52

5

23
25
16

i8S* Aug.

93

3554
1654
59
5054
3454

Nov. 20
Oct, 25

Jan.

6954 Jan.
1254 Jan.
3554 Jan.

23 103

3

254 Nov. 22
254 Nov. 19
654 Nov. 24
554 Nov. 23

19

15

8
18
11
15
8
1
26
2

20 109

95"""Nov."i5

Nov. 13

19

Oct
~

18

11

Oct.

2654 Nov.

154 Nov. 20

Oct.
July

1954 Feb.
Feb.
9254 Aug.
1854 Mar.
5154 July
1954 Jan.
5054 Feb.
1054 Feb.
9954 Mar.

Oct.

Nov.

14

19

Mar. 17

16

49

76

Nov. 20
Nov. 23

16

19

Oct.

1054 Mar. 16
1854 Mar. 16

88

93
21

Nov. 23
954 Nov. 23
954 Nov. 26

Oct.

Oct.

20

23

Nov. 19

Oct.

>1-9,'/ Nov. 24
Oct. 19
16

23

30

Nov. 24
Oct. 19
Oct. 19

Nov. 12

3254 Nov.

Nov.

19

Oct.

16,

Nov.

10654
12454
1754
3554
1554

1154 Nov.

Oct.

Oct.

Oct.

Mar. 12

2 12254 Jan. 11
16
19
19
19

Oct.

454

954 Nov.

Mar.

98

40

Nov.

Jan.

23

2

Nov.

Nov.

Oct.

m

Nov.
Nov.

15

1654 Nov. 23
454 Nov. 20

Nov.

5
4

52

Oct.

112

Nov.

7

Oct.

Nov.

754 Nov.

1254 Jan.
37
135

2

Nov. 16

Sale

Ex-rights,

Jan. 20

19

2

118

Sale

354 Sale

Jan. 13
Jan. 20
Jan. 20
Mar. 11

20

Oct.

Nov. 18

4

Nov. 24

Sale

Sale

19 115
24 47
27 80
19 1254
19 7454

Oct.

Nov. 15
3
8
Nov.

85

Sale

19
18

Jan.

454
254
5854
3954
4454

a.

21

Jan.

8

2

80

22

63

19

11754 Feb.

9154 Nov.

5054 Nov.
6154 Nov.
2254 Nov.
954 Nov.

265
105

Jan.

June 29 115

354 Nov. 10
554 Nov. 1

Nov.
1
Nov.
5
Nov. 17
Nov. 30

12454 Sale
1654 Sale
3454

-Sale

79
23

Nov. 22
Nov. 23
Nov, 20
Nov. 6

Nov.

58

Sale
2654 Sale
4454 Sale

Nov.
4
Nov. 24

Sale

65

100

4354 Sale

1854 Nov. 26
Nov. 24

x74
7
£38

2854 Sale
2454 Sale

5954

5254 Sale
59
6454
6254
64
28 5fa- Sale
1254 Sale

Nov. 19

Nov.

35

76

8

3854 Nov. 19
354 Nov. 20

28 v,

3254 Sale
2854 Sale
10354 Sale

Nov. 12

43
Sale
354 Sale
1054 Sale
2154 Sale

354
154
Sale
79
Sale
Sale
Sale

Nov. 12 120

654 Nov. 23

Sale

21

354 Oct.

Nov. 15
Nov .12

Sale

7 54

1554 Sale
27
Sale

554 Sale
954 Sale
154
154
354 Sale

16

77 x

13

2454
Sale

105

65

254 Nov. 19
354 Nov. 20
354 Nov. 29

11
3
42

119
118
11954 122
113
113
11354 112
18
20
Sale
1754

66

454

44

120

18

50
Sale

454 Sale

36

i

Wayne Pump Co
Webster

95
405

33

Convertible preferred
Warren Fdry 6c Pipe

Waukesha Motor Co

42

1

.

2354 Sale

47 x

Sale
94
10054
17 X Sale
66
6854
10x
10x

19
19

Oct.

3554 Nov.
66
Sept.
254
ct.
1854 Oct.

I

Sale

Sale

Walker(H) Gooder 6c W Ltd *
.....*
Preferred
—.

7X

19

97

Nov.

165" ""Nov." "8

554

Walworth

IZZ—1*

Oct.

954 Oct.
1454 Oct.

16

Nov.
1
Nov. 12

3

354
554 Sale

192,800
19,400
35,600
419,900
8,400
2,478,600
6,900
547,600
25,400
118,400
88,400
121,600

Class B

19

9
5

Feb.
9
Feb.
5
Jan. 11
May 17

86
Nov. 26
.Nov. 29 164
/Oct. 20 108

54 Oct.
x Oct.

Nov.

Mar.
Jan.

11954 Sept. 23

Sale

3

1,594,800
.

29

118
65

22 136

Nov. 22

11
47

135 i

105

454
2054 Nov. 23 30
Nov. 18 10854
4
Nov. 23
454
1054 Nov. 4 1254

Oct.

Apr. 29 169
9 54
254 Oct. 19
1
Oct.
19
854
46
Oct. 25 8454

147

""354 "N9V."23

Sale
12

Sale

118

6754
11854 125

75

100

114

"

84

55

4854 Nov. 23 12654 Mar. 11
Jan. 22
10054 Oct. 19 150

•

52

113

Highest
Sale Prices

4854 Nov. 23 6254 Nov. 15
55 x Sale
1
Sale
10154 Nov. 26 11454 Nov.
106
11554 Nov. 4 12054 Nov. 23
11754 122
1 Nov. 20
149
Nov. 20 149
14354
454 Nov. 12
454 Nov. 23
Sale
454 'Sale
2
Nov. 20
35& Nov. 3
Sale
254 Sale
50
Nov. 19
Nov. 19
35
6354
6454
13
Nov.
3
Nov. 22
Sale
111354
Nov. 26
5554 Nov. 3
49
60
5054
Nov. 29 13954 Nov.
6
135
130
Sale
Nov. 15
36
Nov.
1
37
Sale
3454
154 Nov. 12
154 Nov. 3
Sale
154 Sale
Sale
154 Nov. 1
x Nov. 19
Sale
x
Nov. 12
30
2554 Nov. 17 27
22
50
18
Nov. 12
13 54 Nov. 20
Sale
xl654 Sale
1954 Nov. 23 2654 Nov. 13
2254
Sale
2154
Nov. 20
9754 Nov. 24 100
110
110
Sale
35M Nov. 24 3854 Nov, 1
Sale

169

75

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

United Stockyards Corp...

201,700
385.900 United Store® A
4,520
|6 cony preferred
....*
12.500 Universal-Cyclops Steel....1
13,800 Universal Leaf Tobacco.—•
Preferred
—-.100
1,520
5,420 Universal Plct 1st pref..—100

Highest
Sale Prices

Sale

Sale
132

166

S Tobacco

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

j

117

Sale

120

Preferred...

Ask Bid

Ask

141

100

7% preferred

840

Bid

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937

Jan. 1

7,110,900

range since jan. 1

prices in november

sales

aggregate

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

m

1 Called for

Aug. 31
Jan.

16

redemption*

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1937

November.

1936

6,302,578
98,338,106

13,004,919
120,147,697

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

....

Bond Sales

'

V

1937

-

•

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

1936

$30,635,000

410,815,000

$53,939,000
761,011,000

NOTICE.—Deferred delivery, under the rule and cash sales, are disregarded In the month's range, unless they

are the only transactions of the month, and when selling
No account Is taken of such sales In computing the range for the year.

•Qtelde of the regular monthly range are shown In a footnote In the month In whlob they occur

AGGREGATE
In

SALES

;\<

November

Shares

•

25
200

2,900

8,100
200

800

—

430

630

310

"""ioo

10,800
9.200
j
2.100
1,650
3,600
5,800
166,374
32,800
15,900
18.400

300

550

10,050
1,950
1,700

250

3,850

1,200
50

400

200

Alliance Investment

com

$3

conv

preferred

Allied Products

Class

635,800

1.300

15,100
512,800
23,495

64,200
3,100
4,700
1,450

1,950

Aluminum Co

*

common

6% preferred

17

613

63
69

67
56

ja

20 %
2%
3
24% Sale
8% Sale
1
1%
1% Sale
11
13%
M
y

61

com

Common class B

1

Nov. 19

11

9

Nov.

"

1% Nov.
2% Nov.

4

Nov. 20
,

_

13

Nov. 19

Nov.

%
61%
71%
64%

Nov. 3
Nov. 3
Nov. 15
Nov. 17

4

59% Nov. 19
Nov.

6

56

Nov.

1

n

"~3

19

m

17%

Sale"

96

Sale

123
31

Sale
Sale

J*

63

J*

66

14%
69

if
12%
4X

X
25
70

12

82%

Nov. 19
Nov. 19
Nov. 23

11
15

16
Sale

13

Nov.

i§*

72% Nov. 23

*

n

2% Sale

1% Sale

27% Sale
25% Sale
3% Sale

28% 30
27%
28
3% Sale

1% Nov. 30

66,300
*

100

600

40

4,200
300

41

40

"6H "~6%
35%

Sale

Sale

20%
39

23

25% Nov.

8

22% Nov.
2% Nov.

10,300
2,800
19,200
6,300
Far footnotes

22,500
American deposit rects_.£l
126,500 Assoc Gas Ac Elec com ...... 1
741,400
Class A
91,900
$5 preferred
♦
572,600
Warrants
12,500 Assoc Laundries of Amer...*
6,200
V t c common.
.......*
100 Assoc Tel & Tel class A.._._*
Atlanta Birmingham & Coast

21

60 Atlantic Gas Light pref._100
238,500 Atlas Corp warrants........
89,600 Atlas Plywood Corp.._.....*

Austin Silver Mines
l
133,800 Automatic Products Corp. .5

53




80

June

11

Oct.

19

87

Jan.

22

Jan.

22

5
15

Nov.

Apr.

Oct.
Nov.

72% Nov,

Nov.
5
Nov. 29

109
14

Nov. 10
Nov. 30

Oct.
Oct.

4% Oct.
55% Nov.
119

19 77
22 125
5%
25
25
5%
11
2%
19 24
19
16%
23
26%
23 177%
19 119%
19
17%
19
14%
24 140

Nov. 23 131

Nov.

6

Nov.

3

Nov.

1

1

Nov. 23
Nov.
1

50

Sept. 16

; 5

Oct.

Nov.

7% Oct.

3

2% Nov.

19
18

Oct.

19

Apr. 22
Jan.

2

Mar. 9
Jan. 15
Jan.

6

July
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

19
19
18
4
2
28

Mar. 20

32%
3%
75
24%

May
7
Jan. 12
Jan. 29
Mar. 9
Apr. 13

11

Mar. 10

3% Nov. 20
% Oct. 19
23% Nov. 19
78% Oct.
5
1% Oct. 19

1

89% Mar. 15
5% July
6

23 % Oct.
22% Nov.

Nov. 13
Nov.
6

32

Nov. 15

Sale

4%

Sale

27%
32%
12%
9QW

20%

24%
21%

~25%

18%

Sale

14

28

Sale

33

Sale

23%
29%

"1%

Sale

55

Sale

80

1

36%

1%
40%

'"5"" "16%
2% Sale
96%

92

47 %

4%
5%

Sale
4%
Sale

6

Sale

34

35

108% Sale
1% Sale
8

Sale

8% Sale
10 % Sale

26 % "No y ." 13

4%

3% Nov, 4
2% Nov. 10
14% Nov. 12

Sale

0

Sale

1

24%
%

21%

20

20

18

Sale

15

14

47U Jan.

1% Feb. 10
42

Feb.

20

Jan.

12

Jan.

Oct.

2

13

23

23

26

20
16

Sale

13

26

Sale
,

Nov. 19
Nov. 23
Nov.
8
Nov. 19

22

82

80

Nov.

8

1

Nov.

1

28

%

%

%

28

6%
Sale
80%
20% Sale
4 a:- 4%
VA
2
4% Sale
14
Sale

2

2%
8%
Sale

12

% Sale
4% Sale
4% Sale
7
7%

"8% "8%

12%

1034
11 %
1% Sale

4% Sale

%

Sale

3% Sale
4

6%

1

Sale

6%

8% Sale
4% Sale

Nov.

~

76% Nov. 26
14% Nov. 8

20
Sale

4

Nov. 19

6 % Nov. 24
4% Nov. 24

5% Sale
1% Sale
73
79

17%

8

% Nov. 20

'"8% Sale"
5%
1%
75

Nov; 19
Nov. 10
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov. 4

21% Nov.

Sale

26

.

4''Nov.

13

2% Sale
4

Sale

1%

33% Sale
iji Sale

10%
1

10%

11%
1%
Sale"
Sale

Sale

11%
%t Sale

9

1%' Nov. 4
3% Nov. 27
J2 ' Nov.. 19

„

33

Nov. 27
Nov. 10

9%
6%
1%
77
21%
4%
2%
4%

Nov. 10
Nov. 3
Nov. 18
Nov.
1

14

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov. 17
Nov. 15
Nov.

9

1

Nov. 3 103% Nov. 17
Nov. 30
%,Nov.
1
Nov. 8
4% Nov. 12
Nov: 24
4% Nov. 12
6
Nov. 20
7% Nov. 15
70
Nov. 4 73
Nov. 22
6% Nov. 24
8% Nov. 3
5
Nov. 1
3% Nov. 23

102%
%
3%
3%

9% Nov. 20
% Nov. 19
1% Nov. 8
8% Nov. 20
*u Nov.

11% Nov. 29
1% Nov.
2

Nov. 10

12% Nov. 12

8

*82 Nov. 15

84
Sale
Sale

84

84

Nov.

.6

84

Nov.

6

II*
32

"37

May

14

7

Jan.
Feb.

18
1

48% Jan.
112H Jan.

Nov.

14
5
Mar. 6
Feb. 11
Feb.
5
Jan. 22

Mar.

Oct.
Oct.

38

10

23

Oct.

15

Oct.

28%
54%

20

Feb.

26% Jan.

79% Oct.
% Oct.

82
2

Oct.

% Sept.
25

Oct.

6% Nov.

$3
76%

f

Oct.

5rl

Oct.

2% Oct.
8% Oct,

100% Oct.
% Oct.
2% Oct.
2

Oct.

4% Oct.
66% Oct.
4% Oct
1%

19
16
19
19
19

23

9%

11
7

i*

Jan.

5% Oct.
'32 Oct.

Jan.
Jan

2

Feb.

1

% Oct.
5

80

J*

Oct.

a:20

Nov. 19
Nov. 10

% Nov. 10

Aug. 16
Aug. 13

24

22% Oct.
Oct.
8
Oct.

% Nov. 20

% Nov. 19

.

99

4

20
19%
15%
24%
28%

14

37
5% Jan.

27

79% Nov. 8
% Nov. 23

%

17% Oct.
3% Nov.
1
Oct.
12
Oct.
21% Oct.

5

5% Nov.

23% Nov. 20

31
Sale

37

25% Nov.' 4
27% Nov. 23
16% Nov. 29

24% Nov.
27% Nov.
10% Nov.

20

14%

Nov. 27
Nov. 29

29

109

Nov.

4

24% Sale
29
27%

14% Sale
6% Sale

100

117,600 Atlantic Coast Fisheries... •
8,850 Atlantic Coast Line Co
50

sea page

13
21

3% Nov. 10

20% Nov.
3% Nov.
1% Nov.
13% Nov.
14%
14%
Sale
Sale
23% Nov.
Sale
1C8% Sale
100% Nov.
2

Preferred

314,500

19

1

Feb.

1
May
5% Jan. 14
34% Jan. 13
1% Jan. 12

Oct.

2% Sept.
2
Sept.
% Oct.
12
Nov.

30% Nov. 12

Sale

3*/
lh

4%

4%fl4%
3
Sale

warr_.

Amer Fork & Hoe Co com...*
American Gas A Elec com
*

RR Co pref

Oct.

19

22
4

27% Oct.

...

.......

100

5
19
18
19

50% Oct.

3

Associated Elec Industries—

44,500
12,200

24% Sept. i3
6% Mar. 4
38
3
May

55

Nov. 12
Nov.
3

109%
14%
5%
55%

15% Sale

56% Jan.

19

% Oct.

*2% "Nov."5 '~2H^Nov"~5

96
Nov. 23 112
Nov. 3
15%
Nov. 3
6%
70
Sale
71
Nov. 24 72 :
Sale
Sale
119
Nov. 23 122
119%
Sale
11% Sale
10% Nov. 20
14%
Sale
1
Nov.
4
1%
1%
59
Sale
54
54
Nov. 10
55
Sale
9%
8%*Nov. 23
10%
12%
Sale
4
5%
3% Nov. 20
4%
%
%
% Nov. 19
x
32
26
24%
23% Nov. 19 25
77
56
75

15%

120

9
14

19
19

Oct.
Feb.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.

57

2%
12

10

v

_

1,300
4,600

•

Oct.
Oct.

1%
14%
6%
%
1%
7

24% Nov. 30

Nov. 19
Nov. 20

66

Appalachian Elec Power—

80

Nov. 19

7
1

25
16

3% Nov. 15

cl A.. 10

3,820
$7 preferred.......
334,500 A returns Radio Tube
1
413,300 Arkansas Nat Gas com
l',594,-000
Class A
t
158,000
Preferred.
...10
ff,
800 Arkansas PAL»7 pref
I
' 42,900 Art Metal Works common...5
v
334,200 Ashland Oil & Refining Co.1

2,400

4

20

Sale

11

22H
22%
153
Sale

25

Class A with warrants...25
Class B.................

130

„

5

9

Corp

Conv class A

63,500
Preferred................*
27,100 Amer Thread preferred
59,400 Anchor Post Fence com...
83,800 Angostura Wupperman
1
29,900 Apex Elec Mfg Co common.

,10,700

Nov.

18% Nov.

125

13 preferred..............*
$5.50 prior preferred
..*

500

7,700
16,700
55,700
6,800

Highest
Sale Prices

33

Nov. 19

2% Nov.

Sale

2%
1H

107" Sale"

Ltd

6,600
1,800
3,100
1,500
1,400

350

13
Sale

74

100

2,260 Amer Investment (111) com..*
52,900 Amer Laund Macb com
20
146,600 Amer Light Ac Trac com
25
7,100
6% preferred..
25
15,275 Amer Mfg Co common
IflO
245
Preferred.
100
931,600 American Maracalbo
35,000 American Metfr Co. ........*
8,700 Amer Pneumatic Service
.*
6,760 Amer Potash flfc Chem Corp. •
15,800 Amer Republics Corp com 10
33,300 Amer Seal-Kap Corp com
2
1,258,100 American Superpower
»
22,500
1st preferred

15,800
1,900
71,000

Sale

128,000 American General Corp...10c
$2 preferred
1
21,600
$2.50 preferred
1
2,275
Amer Hard Rubber Co com.50
18,800

125

200

Lowest
Sale Prices

16

13

*
25

13,800 American Equities Co
299,700 Amer A Foreign Power

1,100

6,500

4,500

Sale

2

Aluminum Goods Mfg
*
Aluminum Industries com..*

20,200
28,350
143,600

38,356

190

Sale

1%

Corp com..10

A

475 Amer Cyanamld

14,000

20%
Sale
25%

9

800
116,400 American Centrifugal Corp.l

1,150
3,500
6,500

200
325

Highest
Sale Prices

*

Amer Cities Power A Lt

400
700

2%

*

Allied Internet Investing

3,900

"6,805

•

15
21

*

6% preferred
...100
14,200
114,700 American Airlines Inc.... 10
28,200 Amer Beverage Corp
1
1,320 American Book Co.......100
1
136,500 Amer Box Board Co com
8,800 Amer Capital Corp cl A..10c
Common class B
..10c
24,900

6,400
1,600

17,200

22 %
Sale

Alles & Fisher Inc common.*'

84.600 Aluminium

800

4,900

/

Lowest

Sale Prices
33
Nov.
5

10 Allegheny Steel 7% pref..100

est 200

,1

Nov. 30

.....

16 preferred

4,710

-

NOV. 1

;. Par

26
22,975 Acme Wire Co ▼ t c
4,100 Vero Supply Mfg class A
*
Class n
121,900
17,100 Agfa Ansco Corp com
1
52,700 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com—5
53,600 Air Devices Corp common..!
44,100 Air Investors Inc common._♦
Convertible preferred
10,300
*
Warrants
45,200
7.700 Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary
50
6.450 Ala Power Co 57 prat
•

8,700
1,600
5,000

'

Jan. 2

1937
STOCKS

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

83

7
7

May 10
Apr.
9

Sept.
Aug.

3%
20

3%

Sale

3%
Sale

Sale

4% Sale

1% Sale
15

17

% Sale
2% Sale

1% Sale
Sale
% Sale
2%
2%

14

3% Nov. 24
*24

Nov. 24

5% Nov. 12
30

Nov. 18

"I""Nov:"6

"I%~Nov."i

11

15

Nov. 23

% Nov. 19
1% Nov. 26

3

% Nov.
3

Nov.

1

Nov.

3

14

90

3

Oct.

19

20

Oct.

19

87

11%

June

13% Jan. 30
57% Mar. 19
88
May 15

%
9%
%
1%

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4

19
19
18
20'

4

Sept. 21

Jan.

14

29% Mar. 18
3% Mar. 31
9
Feb. 16

NEW

43

CURB

NEW YOE
Since
Jan. 1

Mhares

Shares

75,260

Ask

8

73*

3,700
1,000
1,200
4,400

33,575

73* Sale
7H
8
16
Sale

83*
10

83$
9 3*

47,200 Avery (B F) Sons Co
5
12,800 Axton Fisher Tob cless A—10

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937
Bid

STOCKS (Continued)
Par
Auto Voting Machine com..*

.

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

CURB EXCHANGE

November

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

sales

aooreoate
In

TOEK

73* Nov. 23
8

83* Nov.
93* Nov.
183* Nov.

Nov. 20

16

Nov. 24

3

63* Oct.

113* Mar. 22
163* Aug. 16
Jan. 16

19

9
5

6

Oct.

16

Oct.

!

813* Nov. 13

60

Oct.

19 156

153* Nov. 12

103* Nov.

43

.l'

Sale

80

Sale

9

1363* Sale

Sale

4 3*

Babcock Ac Wilcox Co.......*

Sale

14 ' Sale
43$ Sale
8 *
83*

71

633* Nov. 1

•

•'

1'

>

'

'-"'.J

.!

.

Jan.

18

^Baldwin Locomotive—

2,400

2,400

32,000
2,100
1,300
23,800

135,400
38,400
40,100
509,400
13,800
35,900
2,600
1,000
2,900
300

700

3,100

800

7% preferred...........30
Purch

warr

for com...

Baldwin Rubber Co

1

com

Bardstown Distillery Inc—1

Baumann (L)

183* Sale

A. 5

7% 1st preferred
Beaunlt Mills Inc

$1.50

conv

common.

5

10

16", loo
4,900
600

8'

225 Blauner's

12",600

228,300

200
375

IH

9

„

Sale
0%
Sale

9

400

67,000
5,675

75

common .....

Sale
Sale
5

33*

r"2K Bale'
13* Sale
143*
14 3*

Oct.
13* Oct.
13s Oct.

life

103*

"83* "8 3*

"13* Sale
3*
103*

1

Sale
113*

"7

W) Ac Co common
Ctfs for non-voting comgc

83* Sale

Sale

20

10

63*

1
$3 opt conv pref..
*
Blumenthal (S) Ac Co com...*
Bohack (H CD Co common...*
7% 1st preferred.......100
Borne Scrymser Co....—.25
£Botany Consol Mills com. . - *

Sale

13*

13*

Sale

373*
9 J*

393*
Sale

"

Sale

Blue Ridge Corp com

1,000

Nov.

3

Nov.

8

Oct.

34
113*
313*
83*

"73* Sale

1

Nov.

9

Nov. 24

Sale

10H
523*
153*

33,900

4

20
14

16
11

3*
43*

.3*

13*
353*
6 3*
3
17

13*
Sale
Sale
43*

Oct.

33* Nov. 29

25^

3*
53*

16

133*

93*

Nov.

3

3*

3* Nov. 18

Sale

43* Nov.

22

J*

Oct.

19
6

63

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

15

4
^

15

19

Oct.

43* Jan.
483* Jan.
433* Jan.
11
Jan.
563* Jan.
19
Feb.
3* Jan.

19

33* Oct.

19

4

20
Oct. IS
3* Sept. 24
33* Oct. 18
Oct.

11

Sept* 13

243* Feb. 17
10
Sept. 30
41
Aug. 13

28
19

13* Oct. 19
343* Nov. 12

Nov. 15
Nov.
p
Nov.
„
Nov. 10

18
Nov. 9
103* Nov. 19
34 Nov. 9
53* Nov. 30

103* Nov. 19

19

303* Oct.

223* Nov.

Nov. 19

6

19

Oct.

Jan. 22
23* Feb.
5
153* Mar. 8
373* Feb.
3
143* July 12

19

9

73* Nov.

13*
373*
103*
43*

3

*

"83*"No"v."

13* Nov. 8
343* Nov. 12

May 17
Aug.
3

43* May

..

Oct;

Nov. 3
Nov. 15
Nov. 3
Nov. 15

73* Nov. 10
18
Nov. 23

4
18

8
Oct,
2 m Oct.

8

Nov.

r53*"Nov."23

10

19

Jan.

19
18 3* July 15
19
83* Mar. 2
Sept. 23
1583* Nov. 26 170
1133* June 24 1253* Mar. 10
53* Mar. 3
33* Nov. 24
Feb. 19
16
Sept. 14 19

Nov. 10

Nov.

1

113* June
Aug.

19,
25'

113*
7il03
Nov. 29 *18
July 19 273*

7

"l3* Nov. "I

8

3* Nov. 23
103* Nov
30 3* Nov.
8
73* Nov. 10

73*

7

Nov.

9

33* Oct.
43* Oct.
743* Oct.

223*

13* Sale
13* Nov. 29
13*
113*
12
103* Nov. 22 13
2J* Sale
23* Nov. 26
33*
1603* Sale
1583* Nov. 26 165
116
Nov.
1 117
1173* 116
3 3* Nov, 24
33* Sale
33*

Sale

M

Nov.

8

Nov. 29

7

•

116

6

3

3

lei*

1223* Sale

Bliss (E

1,900

700

5

.

2,770
'7,750
26,500
28,500 Bourlols Inc—

60
100

Nov. 22

153* Nov. 12
10
Sept. 14
15
Aug. 31
Mar. 15
5
Feb. 16
8
Feb. 10
21

Oct.

2

24

123*

5,350 Bliss Ac Laughlin Inc com...5

149,700
29,800

4,300
1,600
6,000

Nov. 22

4

*

8

5

83*
24

il* &
Sale

6

2,550
$2.50 Conv pref....
*
11,200 Birdsboro Steel Fdy Ac Mach *

50

2,900

43*

15

20

pref.

_

350
30
200

2 3*

Sale

Nov. 12
Nov.
1
1 3* Nov.
9
23* Nov.
6
103* Nov. 3
5
Nov.
1
5

9

*
.100

& Co com

1

20,400 Beech Aircraft Corp com..
110,600 Bell Aircraft Corp common.. 1
112,400 Bellanca Aircraft common. 1
1,918 Bell Telep Co of Canada..100
;
2,520 BellTelep of Pa 6>*% pf._100
1,700 Benson & Hedges com..
550
Convertible preferred
..*
606,500 Berkey & Gay Furn Co
1
374,000
Purchase warrants........
12,700 Bickford's Inc com.......

2,600
1,900
2,600

1H
Sale
113$

13*
2 3*
103*

33* Sale

Barium Stainless Steel..—i

Barlow & Seelig Mfg class
Bath Iron Works Corp

103* Nov. 23
33* Nov. 19
73* Nov. 20
13* Nov. 12
13* Nov. 23

9

16
21
18
25
29

20
6

73* Mar. 16

Bowman Biltmore Hotels-

Common
........—*
7,300
7% 1st pref............100
23,000
2d preferred...-.....—100
119,000 Brazilian Tr Lt Ac Pr ord—*
37,300 Breeze Corp..
—1
36,700 Brewster Aeronautical—. 1

200

1,000
15,400
2,100
2,400

18 3* Sale

300 Bridgeport Gas Light Co.—*
138,500 Bridgeport Machine com
*
30
Preferred
....100

"""600

1.7.100
60,100

4,200
1,800

*
*

Bright Star Elec class B
Brill Corp class A

102,700
Class B.
*
21,750
7% preferred
100
10,200 Brillo Mfg Co common
*
C1&8S A
•■•■••••stasioa^1
1,150

600
300

33*

33*

33

25

173* Sale

3*

3*

% Nov.

Sale

33* Sale
173* Sale
7
Sale

.

"7,866

1

*3*
14

113* Sale

9

3* Nov. 22
Nov.
"

10

113*
63*
2 3*
28

Nov. 19

10*
10H

33* Nov.

103* Nov. 13

UK
63
Sale

Nov. 19

2

"III "*23*

173* Nov.

14

Nov. 16

6

Sale

'"§ 3* "Nov "24

Oct.

Apr.
Oct.

Oct.

1083* Apr.

"74 I 'M

Sale

7

23* Sale
583* Sale

1134

10

43* Sale
23* Sale
233* Sale
83*
9

"""K«"NOV."~9 ^""3* Nov." 8
431 Sale
2

13*
23

25

93*

7

33*
13*
173*
83*

Nov. 20
Nov. 8
Nov. 23
Nov. 5

43*
23*
233*
83t

Nov. 15
Nov. 13
Nov. 1
Nov. 24

J

4

303* Mar. 1
143* Mar. 29
53* Aug. 10
363* Jan. 21
213* Jan. 22
1083* Oct. 16
33* Feb.
5
163* Feb,
2
73* Feb. 18
77
Feb.
2
123* Mar. 1
31
Mar. 11

Nov.

7

ll3* Nov. 10

6
7

Jan.

8

Oct.

31

33* Nov.

31

103*

Oct.

3
2

Nov.

7

23* Nov. 23

23* Jan,
323* Jan.

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

163* Oct,;
Oct.

n70H
28

May

16

British-American Oil Co
Coupon stock (bearer)....*

600
....

....

213*

._——.*
Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord bear. £1
Amer dep rets ord reg—£1

5,900

700

213*

Registered

233*
233*

203*

213*

203*
203*

213*
213*

M

263*
263*

273*
273*

253*
253*

263*
26J*

134

%

13*

Sale

21

1

19

263* Mar.

22

25

Mar. 20

253* Oct.
253* Oct.

Nov.

21

Oct.

193* Oct.

203* Nov. 16

13
13

33
32

Jan. 18
Feb.
6

8

British Amer Tobacco,

9,100
1,000

323*
32

British Celanese Ltd—

2,700

20,500

Am dep rets ord reg..-10s
1,300 British Col Power class A..*

.

125

6,925
4,800

.

"6", 800
10

2,800
100

103,475 Brown Co 6% pref..
-100
74,100 Brown Fence & Wire com—1
2,800
Class A preferred.—
*
73,600 Brown Forman Distillery—1
30
$6 preferred—.....
10,900 Brown Rubber Co. com..—*
4,100 Bruce (E L) Co
——5

\

/ir

45"

"93*

"33*

Sale
Sale

■

8

Nov. 27

1

...

*

*

$3 conv preferred

Warrant#

Sale

"33*

23*

Sale

33*

12

93*

243*
106

"~4"

2

433*

"463*

243*
1063*

Bunker Hill & Sullivan..2.50
Burco Inc common

63*

Sale

48

$5 1st preferred

Sale

33

"28"

45""

Nov. 23

53* Nov. 20

8

Nov.
Nov.

1
1

"23* No'v."23 "3 H "Nov ."16

""33* ""43*

38

213*

13*

23*

103*

9

393*
213*

373* Nov- 29

44

163* Sale
13*
23*

Nov.
4
Nov. 30
Nov. 22

22

21

94
14

5
Nov. 13
Nov.

963* Nov. 12
19
Nov.
3
13* Nov. 23

13* Nov. 23

——

4"" ""43*
63*

73*

1

13*

33*
33*

33*
Sale

33*
23*

3* Sale

33* Nov. 24
23* Nov. 19

3
2

"3 3* Nov."22

8

Oct.
Oct.

20

90

3* Nov.

1

31
5

133* Oct.
13* Oct .

3* Sept.
33* Nov.

5$
8

Oct.

3* Oct.

16

Aug. 11
Jan. 19
9

383* Mar.

Aug.

2

Jan.

Apr. 22
Sept. 27
303* Mar. 5
Jan. 26
12
Feb. 23
51
253 Mar. 4
Jan.
4
106

103* Jan.
373* Nov.

H Nov, 12

3*

34

33* Nov.

ss
*53*

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

32

Burma Corp. Amer dep rets..

June
7
9
153* Feb.
Apr. 12

Oct.

9

8

93* Mar.

23* Nov.
3

33* Nov. 23
9
Nov. 17

17

Feb. 25

85

4

60

*

c—*..—*

Nov.
Oct.

28

Nov. 29

60

6

Sale

94

193*

19

Burry Biscuit Corp.... 12He
v t

39

43* Nov. 3
Nov. 17

Nov. 29

60

46

Buckeye Pipe Line

Feb.

Nov.

1

20

Sale

....—50
Buff Nlag Ac East Pow pref.25

41,200 Cable Elec Prod

200
v

443* Sale
13
Sale

12

1,500

450

Nov. 27

1

Sept.
83* May

6

2,500
1,900

3,000

1

33

*

11,200
39,600
7,250
74,600
3,200
1,125
9,100
28,000
24,300

10,700

23*

-

200 Bruck Silk Mills Ltd.

"""850

23*

Class B

19

Jan.

13

Mar.
Mar.

13* Jan,

18

Cables Ac Wireless-

600
100

350

1,860
18,900
600

14,700

"'"466
900

10,000
120
10

40,200
800
1,300

12",700
900
700
10

150

1,200

"""390
2,000
395

12,700
37,000
1,075
3,500
150
500

6,100

29,000
123,800
7,400
2,900

dep rets A ord sh....£l
Am dep rets B ord sh—£1
Am dep rets pref sh..—.£1
Calamba Sugar Estate Co_20
150 Camden Fire Ins Assn
?■
1,100 Canada Cement Co common *
100 Canadian Canners common.*

13*

Am

4^
30

k
53*

313*

450 Cent N Y Pow 5% pref
100
49,700 Cent Ohio Steel Prod......1

5,115

Cent Pow Ac Lt 7% pref...100
Cent Ac Southwest Utll—

Common..
50c
390,300
471,300 Central States Elec com—1
8,475
7% preferred....
100
29,500
6% pref without warr.. 100
Conv preferred.
2,625
...100
Conv pref opt ser 1929..100
4,175
141.400 Centrifugal Pipe Corp
*

5
25

43* Sale
203* Sale

43* Nov. 18
203*' Nov. 30

4% Nov. 18
203* Nov. 30

-43*

Oct.

203* Nov.;
11

Feb.
Oct.

7

Apr.

a;22""~Nov.

Sale

23
Sale

63*

43*

Sale
14
16%
23* Sale

"13*

"l3*

234

J*
ily>

32 % Sale

8l"
78

32

Sale

35
7

363* Sale

17
25

103*
Sale

23
5
22
Sale

203*

"53* ""53*

"14* "mi*A
93*
1
14

13*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
31

33* Sale

l03* Sale

933* Sale
43*
53*

133*

14"

*

§7""

89"

93*

Sale

-7

*183* "19
85

V
43

193*
23
19

53*

873*
Sale
Sale

443*

l%*
203*
&\jy.
Sale

78

85

23* Sale
% Sale

163*1193*
8

83*
73*
4

Sale

12
9
43*

53* Nov. 27

Nov. 24

Sale

9

Nov.

Sale

1

Nov.

6
1

43*
22

Sale

"3 3* "Nov." 16
19

Sale

43*

4

123*

20

1

Nov®.

86
78

Nov.
243* Nov. 23

Sale

123*

6
14

Nov. 24
Nov. 23

10

Oct.

28
2

June
Oct.

83

73* Sale

753*

80

21*
%
163*
83*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1*
4

11

35
7

17

Nov. 12
Nov. 1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov.
1

83
N6v. 24
43* Nov.

933* Nov.
1
5
Nov.
3
75
Nov. 30
3034 Nov. 17
133* Nov. 3

123* Nov. 10

Nov. 22
Nov. 24

7
74

2

Nov.
3* Nov.

87

Nov.

24

June

15

Mar. 17

8

z3% Nov.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

:

Oct.

78
75

Sept.

233* Oct.
Oct.

6

Oct.

3

Oct.
12
Oct.
74
Oct.
823* Nov.
25

19
96
88

NoV.
Nov. 24

74

7

053* Mar. 19
57
Mar. 17

723* Oct.

Jan.

8

Feb. 16
Oct. 29

223* Feb. 18
913* Apr.
4

63* Jan.
23* Jan.

22
14

Jan.

13
14

3* Oct.

19
19

Oct.

19

52

12

23i Oct.

12

23* Oct.

19
19

12
22

3

273* Jan.
333* Jan
263* Jan.
7
Mar.

14
13
30

May

4

Oct.

1

Nov.
Nov.
83* Nov.
43* Nov.

Oct.

3* Oct.

7

9
11

:

May
Oct.

15H

7

3

Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
1
Nov. 10

53* Nov.
8
103* Nov. 10
Nov.

:

23* Noy. 12
1
20

6

Nov.

93* Nov.
80
Nov.

13 3* Nov. 22

a

Sale

13* Nov.

"43* "Nov." 12

Nov. 30
Nov. 19

Apr.

33* Oct.

8
1

3HNdv.23

75
28

:

43*"Nov., 5
.Nov.

Mar.-.4

7
Apr. 14
313* Feb.
1
45
Mar. 12
83* -Ian. 25
73* Jan. 25
61
Apr. 12
33* Jan.
9
23 3* May
4
23* Jan. 23
263* July 27
83* July 28
35
Jan
20
33* Feb. 25
023* Jan.
6
973* Jan. 20
673* Aug. 13
143* Feb. 10
383* Feb.
5
423* July 26
103* Jan. 22

Oct.

i£h

13$ Nov. 12
93* Nov.
5
1J* Nov. 13

20

83"" "833* *82 3* "Nov ."24

9

"Nov "16

51* 1

Nov. 10
Nov. 23

78

303* Sale
63*
63*
143* Sale
20
27
3 3* Sale
83

5 3*

5

21

84

75

Sale

Nov. 23

1

33*
20

19

43*

33*

Sale

"93* Sale

173*

22

143*
40

20

Canadian Car & Fdy pref. .25
100 Canadian Dredge Ac Dock— *

13* Mar. 5
3* Jan. 21
53* Feb.
8
323* Feb. 19
223* Jan. 18

Sept.

"43*
20

22

4,400

*
47,800 Can Indus Alcohol cl A
B non-voting
5,100
.....*
40 Canadian Indus 7% pref..100
1
439,900 Canadian Marconi Co
14,700 Capital City Products—-*
415,400 Carib Syndicate coca
.25c
•
1,800 Carman Ac Co conv A stk
Class B
•
5,300
.*
14,100 Carnation Co common
301,200 Carnegie Metals Co com
1
1.010 Carolina P Ac L $7 pref
*
930
$6 preferred.
481,100 Carrier Corp common
*
20,500 Carter (J W) Co common....!
35,550 Casco Products
2,200 Castle (A M) & Co
10
285,300 Catalln Corp of Amer
1
Celanese Corp of Amer—
14,650
7% 1st partic pref
100
16,900 Celluloid Corp com.......15
1st preferred
2,270
i.
.*
5,400
$7 dlv preferred
28,300 Cent Hudson G & E com.
610 Cent Maine Pow 7% pref
100

% Oct.

Oct.
23* Oct.

19

19

Chamberlln Metal Weather

2,300
700
200

8,200
Strip Co
10,100 Charls Corp

For footnotes n«»




8
com....

600 Cherry-Burrell Corp com

nave

53.

10

153* Sale

Sale

83* Sale

63*

8

7

8J*

63* Nov. 29
73* Nov. 23
19

*

Nov. 22

83* Nov. 12
83* Nov.
1
193* Nov. 22

6

Oct.

73* Oct.
Nov. 22

19

19

163* Feb.
3
273* Sept. 27

i

DEC., 1937]

NEW

IORK

CURB

EXCHANGE

48

±=
AGGREGATE

SALES

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

550

1,150

1,900
800
1,850

191,000
12,400
■

100

.jv

STOCKS (Continued)
Cheaebrough Mfg

?

4,100

"i"2o6
8,100

6,300
500

3,400

Tsoo
21,900
3,100
7,200

Bid

Preferrod

-\X
78

•

55

Cities Serv Pr Ac Lt $4 pref..*

*7 preferred.....

96

27* Sale
2*

2Vs

2?*

...1

33

1 * Nov.
21* Nov.

18"Sale

Cleveland Rlec Ilium com—*
Cleveland Tractor com.....*

11

Sale
6X

4

Club Aluminum Utensil

IX

*

com

Cohn

1

Sg

3

Sale

Nov. 10

6* Nov.

1

4

23* Nov ."16
1* Nov.
1

Nov. 22

1* Nov. 19

37

18

Sale*

91X Sale

63

44 Sale

IX
61

Stk tr ctfs tor com.......25

c ert to

76

9
Nov. 22

10* Jan. 25

20
19

48* Jan. 12
16
Aug. 10

2

3

1

Oct.
Oct.

23

9
Apr. 2
2* Mar. 16
Mar. 2
9* Feb.
4

* Oct. 19
Sept. 8
7* Nov. 19

32*
IX

Sale

25

20* Sale
X
X

15*

1946

Conn Gas Ac Coke Secur Co

Nov.

Sale'

30

16*

12

13*

1
9

11* Nov.

Nov. 10

13

13
18

* Nov.

4

Oct.

19

Feb.
8
Feb.
8
Feb. 11
Apr.
6

57
Sept. 27 104* Jan. 14
2* Oct. 19 10* Jan.
8
29
June 14
39
Jan. 20
20* Oct. 19 33
Aug. 25

6
Nov.. 9
Nov. 30

22

8*
4*
24*
74*

15
19

* Nov.
1
30

19* Nov. 19
* Nov. 9

13*

Oct.

41

1

28* Nov. 12

4

22

Sept. 24

2* Oct.

5X Nov. 12

Nov. 23

Nov.

22

% Sale

1244

"

* Nov.
* Nov.

Sale

2
3

1

63

% Sale

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov. 19

27*

Sale

3144
IX

.....1

3* Nov. 15

59* Nov. 20
4* Nov. 4

* Sale
*
*

1H

7X Nov. 19

7
53

4

79* Feb. 10
15* Feb. 13
4* Feb. 13
40
Apr. 16
3* Mar. 2

19

14

1

4

6

20

1

4* Nov. 23
47
Nov. 8

8

8

Jan.
Feb.

Oct.
32* Oct.

3

Nov.

Jan.

5* Jan.
58

18

Oct.

July 21
Feb. 11
Apr. 17
Jan. 16

* Jan.

Nov. 17

3

5

4* Sale
27

Compo Shoe Machinery—
V t

60

20

3* Sept.

6* Nov.
3* Nov.

3* Nov.

Sale

9* Sale

10,871 Commonwealths Dlstrlbut..l
9,875 Community P Be L 1st pref..*
Community Public Service—

15,400

42

2* Nov. 23

*

9,850

Nov. 23

4* Nov. 24
3
1
Nov. 1

3* Nov.

3Vs
4
6* Sale
51* Sale

25

1,700

"

18

2* Sale

1

62

Commonwealth Be Sou Corp—
Warrants

32,000 Community Water Serv

Oct.
Oct.

3X
4
6* Sale

.100

652,900

18
19

19

Nov. 22

Sale

50

com

Oct.

15

24

36

7* Nov. 19
3*

47

Commonwealth Edison

925 Columbia Pictures

1,300
2,500

1* Oct.

1* Oct.

18*
2X
92*
5*

12

Sale

116,500

19

28

Nov. 22

5* Nov. 23

& Rosenberger com..*

33"606

Oct.

v.

30"" Nov."23 "30"""No"v,"23

3

Columbia Gas Be Elec Corp—

525

30

24

39*
5* Sale
4*
1
1*

4^
Sale

1

IX

19

30

37

Sale

6]
31

19

7

3

Cockshutt Plow Co Ltd....*

42,075
5% Conv preferred
840,000 Columbia OH Be Gas com

371

Nov.
1
Nov.
1
Nov. 10
Nov. 10
Nov. 20

32

1* Sale

Sale

40

47X

46*

Clinchfield Coal com—..100

Oct.

Oct.

95* Oct.
32

9

Clayton 8c Lambert Mfg Co..*

50,500

37,600

6
8

2* Nov. 20

5X Sale

IX Sale

*
50*
2*
29*
2*

Nov. 23

Nov.

Highest
Sale Prices
19 123
Apr. 20
19
76* Mar. 5

*8 Oct.

Nov. 16
Nov.
3

11

13

26

% Sale

1

Nov.
8 101
Nov. 23
46

26

w* i8*
36
26

27*
40
27;
6* Sale

71
79
Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

9* Nov. 30
* Nov. 27

*
*
36 I Sale
2* Sale

Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

96
35

24"" "24*

13

89,600
6% convertible preferred£l
170,950 Colorado Fuel & Iron warr—
68,900 Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg25

550

101

26

59

68*
72X

*

City Auto Stamping Co
•
City Ac Suburban Homes...10
Claude Neon Lights com

100*

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

% Sale
50* Sale
2* Sale

IX

a

Sale

59 X

1,017,800 Colon Development Co Ltd..

1,400

99

4* Sale
Sale
5% Sale

*

Preferred B
Preferred BB

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

"16* Sale" "r9* Sale"

Cities Service common......*

Clark Controller Co

Bid

Ask

110* 113

—

Childa Co Dreforred____._100

3,400
15,620
117,900
16,000
63,150
J 1,900
4,900

750

Par

Chicago Flexible Shaft Co..5
Chicago Rivet Ac Machine.—4
Chief Consol Mining Co
1

,

50
200

Nov. 1

1937

6,900
33,470
42,275
155,400
16,375
2,957,200
155,900
13,300
1,310
4,175
4,625
136,500
4,200
6,700
477,500

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Price
Jan. 2 1

* Sept. 29

% Jan.

8

*« Oct.

18

Oct.

19

64

Oct.

* Oct.

18
18

34
Jan. 14
2* Mar. 2

8* Oct.

19

3

Nov. 26

2* Jan. 25
Jan. 14

17* Jan. 23

50

$3 preferred..
228,600 Consolidated Aircraft com_.l
49,500 Consolidated Biscuit Co
1
100 Consol Cigar Corp warrants.

3,800

55"300

1,440,200 Consol Copper Mines
67,900 Con Gas R L Be P Bait

4,000
20

640

6,500
3,850

71,800
31.203

2,500

""700
7,600
125

1,800
5,100
300

,

67,500
4,380
15,800
714,100
3,075
33,900
154,200
2,425

600

..5

9

88

Cons Retail

iStorea Inc

5

700

400

Consol Royalty Oil
.10
Consol Steel Corp common. *

700

7,600
150

150
300
50

2,120.800

3,600

1744 Sale

19*

Bessemer Corp com.

400

*

.

Cramp (Wm) Ac Sons Ship Be
Engine Bldg Corp......100
Creole Petroleum com
...5
Crocker Wheeler Rlec Mfg__»
Croft (The)

Brewing Co

Crowley Mtlner Ac Co

1
*

com

Crown Cent Petrol (Md)
5
Crown Cork Internet cl A.
Crown Drug common
25c

Cusi Mexlcana Mining....50c

200 Defiance Spark Plug com
*
19,400 Dejays Stores Inc common..1

20

3.570 Dennlson Mfg 7% pref
100
148,550 Derby OH Ac Ref com.......*
4,675
$4 cum preferred........

5,350
125

1,900

25,800 Detroit Gasket Ac Mfg Co..
17,600
6% preferred w w
20
64,200 Detroit Gray Iron Fdry com.l
35,600 Detroit Mich Stove Co
1
55,050 Detroit Paper Products
1
53,700 Detroit Steel Products.....*
170 De Vllblss Co common.....l0

•

200

50

1,935
7.900

100

C
4,600

Preferred. .............10
Diamond Shoe Corp com....*
Distilled Liquors Corp.....5

2,200 Dobeckmun Co
V

Dominion Steel Ac Coal B..25
400 Dominion Tar Ac Chem Co..*

120

;•>;

100

5*% pref

*

2,700

30,000
4,300
2,300
550
K'
25
,

76

77*
% Sale
6*
7*

*

Sale

Sale

12* Sale
4* Sale

6*
87

10* Sale

7
90

9*

68* Nov.
1
113* Nov. 29

3* Oct.
60
110

4

4* Nov. 26

3* Nov.

1 *

Nov. 12

54* Nov.

3X Nov. 23

90
1 *
3*
74*
*

6

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

(W

L)

com

9* Sale

8* Sale

JO*

'"6* ""7"
20

2

Nov. 26

Nov.

9
5

114* Feb.

Shoe

53.




; i.

9

10* Jan.

19
135
Mar. 27
3* Jan. 25
17* Mar. 16
102* Jan. 18
2* Jan. 22

Oct.

*/U Oct.

80

70

Sale

Nov. 19

4

9

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

26* Jan. 22
15
Feb. 10

1

Oct.

61* Mar. 11

1 * Nov. 26

10* Nov. 15
18* Nov. 3

3

X Sale
Sale

2* Sale
14* Sale

1
37 X

IX

Sale
14* Sale
% Sale
8
12

13* Sale"
4* Sale

*
23* Sale
a

25*
7*
*
5*
5*

Sale
Sale
Sale
7
Sale

10

Sale

4*
5*
9*

2

Sale

35

5*'
Sale

si*

28

* Sale

17 X Sale
12

30

20*

15*
5*

15*
18*

Nov. 20
Nov.

1

1X Nov.

7*

Nov. 22
Nov. 16

9

Nov. 23

23*

Nov.

16*

5*

"7* "16"

16*

11

Sale

19

15

Sale

8* Sale
55* Sale

1*
3*
3*

23*

8*

"4*

Sale

Sale
Sale
3*
Sale

9*
10*
11*
14
1* Sale
2X
2*
2*
3*
22

Sale

5h Jan. 12
7h Jan. 18
94^ Mar 16
5* July
6
28
July
7

1* Oct.

19

19

10* Nov. 23
16

Oct.

19

Oct.
Oct.

19
19

20
12

10

9

Sale

26*

27*

3*
15*
13*

Sale
Sale
14*

9

9*

25*
26*
3 * Sale
13*
15
13* 1 4*

8
25

19

16
5

Oct.

15

5

Nov.

30* Nov.

13

6* Nov. 26

Nov. 23
Oct.

Aug. 25

Sept.

8* Nov.

35

21

26

7

'21* "22*

17

3*
68
1

3*
70
IX

6* Oct.

10

18* Feb. 16

Nov.

9

Nov.

5

22

Nov.

16

15*
28*
33
%
16

*7*

Nov 22

9

60
5
65

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

11

Nov.

15

Nov.

.

8* Nov. 26
12

Nov. 24

1 * Nov. 20

2* Nov. 22
2* Nov. 24

50

Nov. 20

24

19

.

19

Nov. 17

8* Oct.
12

19

Nov.

4
16

Nov. 24

1* Oct.
2
Oct.
2* Oct.
15
Oct.

Nov.

9

19

52* Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 19

Oct.

2* Oct.

1* Nov.
3* Nov.
3* Nov.

19

19
Nov. 23
Oct. 19

% July
6* Oct.

Nov.

Nov. 17

3* Nov. 23
52* Nov. 4

9

Nov.

1

16

9

26

3X Nov. 6
13 * Nov. 24
12* Nov. 8

Apr.

9

13

83

83

Sept. 23

2* Oct.

6
4

19

"Nov. "3

Nov.

3

55

Nov. 24

20
71

18

Nov.

Nov. 20

20* Nov.

8

Nov. 20
Nov. 3
3

Feb.

2

10* Jan.

16
19

35* Sept.29
10* Sept. 20
Apr. 16
10* Jan.
8

29*
5*
22*
28*
17*

13

10

Oct.

19

May

6

Nov.

3 100

~6* ""7*
22

Sale

6* Sale
60*
6
69* Sale

1
5

70

66*

IX
Sale

*

"I* Nov."23 ""I *'Nov""3
62* Nov.

8

67

Nov. 16

"7 """Nov."30

Sale

Nov.

1

6* Sale

6* Sale

Nov.

4

7* Nov. 18

11* Sale
3* Sale

10* Sale

11* Nov. 12

33

30*

8* Nov. 20
3 * Nov, 20
28* Nov. 20

55*

Sale

57

7

69
1*

3*
53

Sale
31
54*

4

Nov. 13

1

52

Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

19

2

Oct.

19

26* Oct.

19

34* Nov. 15
55* Nov. 3

52

11

Nov. 19

11

11

Nov. 19

Oct.

3* Oct.

Nov: 23

8
9

82

20
Aug. 11

Apr. 16
Jan.

11

42* Jan. 23
111
May
7
6* Feb. 11/
79
Feb.
5
1 * Mar.
9
7* Mar. 1
10* Jan. 13

7

52

20
22
16

96

Oct.
Aug.

* Oct.,
4

Jan.
July
Aug.
Mar.
Apr.
Sept.

50

19* Oct.
Oct,

55

105

Feb.

30

Oct.

14

Feb.

3* May 21
11

Mar. 24

Jan.

19* May

64

9

1
6
1
13

20

19
19

Oct.

21

May 7
8* July 19
89
July 31

19

Nov. 19

Jan.

Apr.
Apr.
July

87

19

4* Nov. 15
15* Nov.
1
14* Nov. 12

20

"l* "2" "IX ""!*
64

11

12

25
19*

Feb.

_

* Feb. 26

Nov. 23

Sale

17*
60

29* "31*

3

9
June 29
Jan.
9
Feb. 18
Feb.
6

8* Nov. 26
18* Nov. 19

83

33

Feb.

2* Jan.

Nov.

75

Sale

Feb. 20
Jan. ll

19

*~Nov.

4

8* Sept. 24

15

12*

Feb.

25

10* Sept. 20

31*

22

28

32

9*

Jan.

1* Mar.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

19

14

IX Feb.
3
38* Aug. 14

Nov.

2

16

30*

14* Jan.

Oct.

19* Nov.
% Nov.
7* Nov.

50

"5""

18

13* Oct.

v:

Sale
Sale

19

Oct.

Nov. 24

19

8 102

*» Nov.

7X
9*
18

1* Oct.
63

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

8

3* Nov.
29

9

Sale

34

5* Nov.
11* Nov.

9

% Sale

i!%

14
15*
19* Sale

70*

5

10

102

"""* Sale"

3

7
12

23

Nov.

* Nov. 24

4* Sale

May 15

Oct.

Sept. 14

6* Nov.
* Nov.

7

33

Jan.
Jan.

26* Nov.
9* Nov.

21

Sale

11

Feb. 10

52^
18K

* Nov.

Nov.

35

2

11* Nov. 29

* Nov.

19

14"" "16""

31

18

IX Sale

7S

"2* Sale"
50
50*
106* Sale

1* Nov. 22
14* Nov. 19

10* Nov. 23

2

18

70

23

20

Nov. 10
Nov. 30
Nov.
1
Nov.
1

Nov. 24

21* Jan.

3* Oct. 19
17* Nov. 22
4* Oct. 19

7* Nov. 15
22* Nov. 10
2* Nov. 3

2* Nov. 23
63

4

5

10* Nov.

7* Nov. 23
17* Nov. 22
6* Nov. 19
20

1

Nov..

......

see page

Mar.

Nov.

Co—

481,600 Eagle Plcher Lead Co..
10
135,500 Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assoc..*
43,750
6% preferred..........100
11,975
4*% prior preferred
100
;
2,575 Eastern Malleable Iron Co.25

8

4* Mar. 12
100

1* Oct.
2* Oct.
69* Oct.

5* Nov.. 1
78* Nov. 12
% Nov. 30

4* Nov.
9* Nov.

2* Sale
2* Sale

m i»

60

25

*

2,645
7% preferred...........100
2,911 Draper Corp
23,100 Driver Harris Co common.. 10
340
7% preferred
100
131,200 Dubiller Cond Corp corn...!
8,025 Ouke Power Co..
10r
1,700 Durham Hosiery cl B com
•
60,300 Duro-Test Corp common...1
68,600 Duval Texas Sulphur

For footnotes

11* Mar. 31
89* Jan.
8

Oct.

Oct.
* Oct.
48* Nov.

Nov.

48* Nov.

10*

100

new

Dominion Textile Co

Douglas

900

31X

20

common

97,900

20

"6"400

0

9

2

Sale

Oct.
1
33* Mar. 10
11
Jan. 22
* Jan.
8

2* Oct.
* Jan.

.

DlstiUers Co Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg
4,600
£1
22,200 Dlvco-Twin Truck Co com.

600

900

'1,900

Sale

1*5
5

1

3* Nov. 27

"5*"No"v."l2

4* Nov.
63* Nov.
112* Nov.

4*
85*

77

-

"l"I66

25

"99""

..£1

*

650

36d
,1,000

144

3*

38

52

*

94,000 Darby Petrol Corp.........5
3,500 Usvenoort Hosiery........
107,700 Dayton Rubber Mfg
*
11,870
Class A
............35

3,300

\

"2X "3"
98 X

4,000
6% preferred............10
8,600 Cuban Tobacco com v t c...*
7,100 Cuneo Press com.....
1,650
6* % preferred
100
1,450 Curtis Mfg Co (Mo)
5

1,000

4*
96*
IX .MIX
5* Sale
78
82
X

3* Nov. 16

""!*
53* Sale

4*

80

Cont Roll Ac Steel Fdy com..*
Continental Secur common.*

Preferred ...............25
3,625
15,400 Crystal OH Ret Corp com
*

1,200

57*

Am dep rets for ord stk req

MOO

~2", §56

Sale

.

f4 preferred.............

414,100
192,300
730,600
1,400
10,500
25,900
172,600

1,300
6,600
2,100
3,200
3,400

9

Sale"

56
6*

Cont'l G Be R 7% pr pref
100
Continental OH of Mexico..)

9,525

36,000
8,500
11,000

18.206

1*

com.l

Courtaulds Ltd....

900

"B * Sale"
65* Sale

68* Sale

81X

..

200

13,400

'*5* Sale"

89*

8% preferred-........--100

.....

11,900
3,600

Sale

Oct.

19* June

""§* Sale"

1

$3 prior preferred.......
6,400
49,300 Copper Range Co
8,600 Copperweld Steel com.....10
579,000 f iord Corp
........5
52,000 Corroon Ac Reynolds....
S6 Conv pref A
5,700
.....*
147,100 Cosden Petroleum com
11,300
5% preferred............50

900

3*

3*

com..*

Consol Gas Util com
Consol Min Be Smelt Ltd

135,700 Cooper

900

'

5% preferred A.........100

120

400

38

Sale

Cook Paint Ac Varnish Co

23,300

12,600

22 X

Oct. 20
Nov. 19

27* Feb. 23
10* Jan. 19
71
80

Jan.
Jan.

18
18

26* Feb. 25

;:v
.

-t

NEW
AGGREGATE

YORK

SALES

In

November

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

CURB

Jan. 1

1937

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2
Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

5,400

2
30
28

3,200
150

1,200
4,800

468,000
10,800

Nov. 12
Nov. 10

6%
12**
14%
1%
12%

724
975

Nov.
1
Nov. 29
Nov. 5
Nov.
i
Nov. 15
Nov. 12

Nov. 10

61
56

3,100
2.900

Noy. 10

4% Nov. 15
4% Nov. 12
37% Nov. 10
6*1 Nov. 10
3% Nov. 15
70
Nov. 12

4,300
650

3,800
10,200
350

7%
11%
1%
27%

Nov. 3
Nov. 12
Nov. 12
Nov 12

34
51
53
50
37

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
8

22

Nov.

5

3
1
1

10% Nov. 3
1*1 Nov. 1
10% Nov. 12
30
Nov. 16

% Nov. 18
11

% Nov
1
Nov. 12
1

11M Nov.

3% Nov. 12
Nov. 12

9%
20%
6%
8%
26

For footnotes

see




page

53

Nov. 19
Nov. 1
Nov. 30
Nov. 1

Highest

NEW
AQQREQATE

YORK

SALES

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

CURB

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2
Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

1937

Shares

15 % Nov.

6
6H Nov. 16

Nov.

16

6

1

Nov. 16

10

l6M~Nov."l "l6>| Nov.""I

~22UNW23
100
x

Nov."!

25

Nov. 12 103 % Nov.

>11% Nov.
18
Nov.
54 % Nov.
6% Nov.

16
23
24
20

12

23

i

8

Nov.

4
Nov. 12

63% Nov.
7 % Nov.

1

1

""II Nov.""9
8

Nov. 30

8

Nov. 12

June

Nov. 24

18

6
2

16

Sept. 20
234 Oct. 19
1834 Oct. 19
11

Nov. 12
Oct. 19

1534
54V8
434
17
%

Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Jan.
Sept.

100

6
Oct.
8
Nov.
4% Nov.
1% Nov.
35
Oct.

4% Nov. 12
1% Nov. 22
36

Oct.

5% Oct.
16

Highest

2X Oct.
8

19
24
19
12
11
19

12

12

22
19

19

Oct.

19

3% Oct.

19

10

Nov.

50

Sept.10

8

8% June 11
1434
14Vs
!2Vs
35%

5% Oct.
10% Oct.
10% Oct.

19
19
19
14
19
18
20

84

22

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

1% Nov. 15
1

Nov. 23

% Oct.
5% Oct.
46
18

1%
9%
%
11
2%
23%
31%
2%
.00

9% Nov. 23
6% Nov. 22
7% Nov. 8
2 Vs Nov. 19
44% Nov. 26
36% Nov. 27
2% Nov. 22
7% Nov. 23

11% Nov.
8% Nov.
8% Nov.
2 % Nov.
70
Nov,
59% Nov.
3% Nov.
8% Nov.

3

15
15
1
1
15
1

12

Nov"! "~%~Nov."5
33""
1

No v."24

Nov.

23!

3% Nov. 19,

F«r footuotaasee page ti




xiili"Nov."~ 1
1% Nov.

4

3% Nov. 17

Oct.
Oct.

19
19
19

19

Oct.
Oct.

15
19

Oct.

16

Oct.

5

Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Nov.
3
Oct. 19
Jan.

3

NEW

46

YOKE

NEW

Price

YORK

Jan. 2

CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares
'•

'

2,900
200

7,300
1,850

1,550

100

Ask

Bid

9X
18

20

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937
Bid

Par

STOCKS (Continued)

4,500
18,700
43,800
27,800
237,360
34,250

""200

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

OUEB

Ask

Ask Bid

larconl Internal Marine-

9A
15H

Communication Am dep ret

8

165*

165*

55* Sale
15*
^5*
6h
631
15 M
145*

51

55

50

65* Sale
25*
25*

9

Sale

7

185*

*

64 preferred w w

Sale

25* Nov. 8
55* Nov. 23
133* Nov. 26
Nov. 22

z52

53

"2",500
6,300
650

4,700
V/>■/•■:,'■ 50
200

105* Sale
33 A
34
116
121 J*
5

6H

Jan.

7

33!

Mar. 10

5

Oct.

19

22!

2

Oct.

19

Mar. 11
Jan. 13
Mar. 18

650

300

187,200
10,600
3,300
1,054,500
11,500

40

820

25

10,400

"35* Sale"

125* Sale
1005* 115

103*

10

Nov.

95

95

33* Nov.

65*

45*

1

Nov. 26

215* Nov.

8

135* Nov. 12
Nov. 17
43* Nov. 26
60
Nov. 12
23
Nov.
1

58'

334 Oct.

19

7

Oct.

13

1H Nov*

8

Oct.

19

*

29

Nov.

3

29

Nov.

3

265* Oct.

25

37

*

78

Nov.

6

78

Nov..

6

78

64

100

% A pref

40

Sale

Sale

warr'ts.
—1
*

leaabl Iron

letal Textile Corp com

preferred

24

65* Sale

Sale

5* Sale
2

SX

23* Nov. 23
40
Nov. 30
5* Nov. 9
5* Nov. 4

Sale

356 Nov. 13
45
Nov.
3

5* Nov.
3* Nov.

.

15* Nov. 17

15* Oct. 19
27
Oct. 19
5* Nov. 9
36 Oct. 18

9
1

1

letropolltan Edison Co—

31,800
364,500
206,900
26,900
104,700
8,300

33~. 600
4.200
'

1,100
1,700
500

.

94,200
87,500

5,200
2,900

7
Jan.
8
Apr. 17
533* Mar. 11

31]
11!
80]
2]
2]
5]

Sale

"35* Sale"

$6 preferred

35* Bale
3
Sale

""5* "15*
15* Sale

3*

Sale

43l

5

85*

10

A

35*

.10

Preferred.
Class A rot trust

*
*

65*
65*
15* Sale

*

ctfs

Class B vot trust ctfa

9

23* Nov. 23

Sal

5*

45*

4

3H

35* Sale

35* Sale
5* Sale

1
10
Nov. 12
3* Nov. 18
35* Nov. 18
Nov. 10

33*
834
5*
35*

3* Nov.

3*

5*

15* Nov.
Nov.

5

Nov.

6

Mar.

5

2

Jan.
Jan.

13
28

Feb.

11
25

Jan.
Feb.

Jan.
Feb.

Jan.
6 106
45* Jan.
Oct.
4
35* Jan.
Nov. 24
Oct. 19 1136 Mar.
Oct. 19 185* Feb.
15* Jan.
Oct;. 19

Nov.

56
5*
25*

1

5* Nov. 24
Nov. 22
Nov. 5
Nov. 18
Nov. 18

Sale
Sale

May 11
Mar. 16
Feb.
5
Feb.
9
July 30

73

Oct.

45*

33*

125

Nov.

18

'

~6 j* Sale'

A Scott...*

Common stock pur

Part

4

*

Partic pref
lerrltt Chapman
6H

6A

6

555*
985*
1456
44 56

Nov.

52

923* Aug.
256 Oct.
756 Oct.
90
Oct.
,25* Oct.

Nov. 23 105

115*
1005*
43* Sale

Sale

4

41~~ ~45~' "23" Sale" ■215* "28"

600

200
200

"35* Sale"

16]
2556 Aug. 12

456 Oct. 19
1336 Nov. 26

Nov. 10

53

3!

*

~23* "Nov." 27 "'3k Nov.""I

58

ll,500i

"6~, 300

65*

18

17

100

53,700
182,400
12,785
56,200
175i
27,350

Jan.

10

24

Nov. 19

75* Nov. 13
25* Nov. 8
7
Nov.
1
163* Nov. 15

20

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

17
5

22

17

Sale

18**

856 Sept

75*

65*

85*
25

.

17

25
26
16

29

12
18
4
10
14
13

5*
256 Oct.

1

19

8

Jan.

256 Oct.
36 Oct.

19
19

7
2

Feb.
Feb.

Oct.

20

10

Jan.

9

24

Mar.

2

17
10

lldland OU Corp—

r

200

5,400

pref

—

24
Sale

135*

Sale

4

45*

4

55*

45*

4

con v

Sale

72

$2

Nov. 24

3

45* Nov. 12

lldland Steel Product—

6,400
9,820
50,700
55,800
2,000
21,200
8,800

500

1,325
2,500
4,100
400

600

:

200

$2 non-cum dl»

shares....*

225*

35* Sale
405* 425*

16

16

135* Nov. 19

16

Nov. 12

105* Oct.

Sale

60

12
64

Sale

Nov.
8
15* Nov. 26
75* Nov. 24
8
Nov.
9
13* Nov. 6
275* Nov. 19
71
Nov. 3

65

Nov. 15

53

15*

13*

IH

c

75* Sale
75*
9
15*
25*
30

m

f

315*

190

30

59

8

Nov. 10

9

Nov. 17

8

5

3
6
795* Nov. 19

-

200

23,900

382,800
4,300
14,400
19,800
4,200
9,740
11,350
3,450

3

37,310

700

2,600
500

1,000
900
50

Molybdenum

1

Corp...

Monarch Mach Tool Co

Monogram Pictures com ...1
Monroe Loan Society cl A..*
Montana Dakota

Utilities..16

Montgomery Ward A Co A..*
Montreal Lt Ht & Pow com..*

"3",300

1,500 Mtge Bank of Col Am Shs
139,500 Mountain City Copper Co..5c
164,900 Mountain Producers Corp. 10
200 Mountain States Pow com..*
470 Mountain Sts Tel & Tel—100
19,700 Murray Ohio Mfg Co...
*
1,500 Muskegon Piston Ring—2.50

100

24,000
8,000
100

V

700

1,500

45

44

—

1233* Sale

65*

65*

Sale

26

24

35

225*
335*

295*

180

140

175

3,400
39,900

Sprlngfilled Corp.*
Nat Automatlve Fibres A.—*
New common............1
12,800
14,700 National Baking Co com—1
577,500 Nat Bellas Hess com
1

"8",600
„

100

Nachman

95* Nov.

63* Nov.

1

Sale

134

5

Nov. 23

6

2

43* Sale

135*

95*
135*

Sale

145*

20
345*

32

8
Sale

12

8

12

9

19

95* Sale
65*
8
15* Sale

35*

Sale
8
Sale

Feb.

Nov. 26

2756 Oct.

2,900 4v

Nov. 26

44

Oct.

453* Aug. 12
Apr.
8

20

Aug. 18 184
8
15* Oct. 19

180

13* "Nov."
45* Nov.
43* Nov.
43* Nov.

25*
45*
63*
55*
1

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 4
Nov. 19
Nov.
1
Nov. 5
Nov.

10

9

Nov. 19

1
4

15* Nov.

Oct.

19

65* Nov. 261
65* Nov. 4
1
Nov. 12

1

756 Feb.

5
4

135* Nov.
20

23

Feb.

26

44 5* Feb.

16
30
24

19

Oct.

4

Oct.
May
Jan.
Feb.
103* May
18
July
45
July
135 Aug.
Jan.
195
135 Feb.

936
145*
35*
41

19

85* Oct.

19

"135*

11

138,500 National Fuel Gas
•
25,900 Nat Manufacture & Stores..*
18,200 National Oil Products......4

135* Sale
25*
33*
20
23
62 5*

Sale
Sale
Sale

93*
13 3*
3 5*

175*
18
85*
9
345* Sale

27

885* Sale

13"

Nov. 23
Nov. 23
73* Nov. 19
125* Nov. 23
25* Nov. 23
21
Nov. 26

585* Nov. 24

105*

"7*5* "73*

633* Sale

30

10
35

115* Nov. 19
38

Nov. 29

35

10

Nov.

4
Nov. 30

65* Oct.
12
Oct.
256 Oct.

14

Nov. 23

19
19

33,050
66 preferred
2,800 National Refining

3,650

National Service Co

1

5* Sale
35*
35*

.200

4,800
8,600
3,100
1,300

35,300

900

1,200
100

2,290
'

•

.

120

5,600
6,050
3,000
6,400
m

—

v

"500
,

700
400
900
130
170

Corp com

Nevada Calif Elec com...100

850
7% preferred..........100
7,400 New Bradford Oil
L5
1,625 New England Pow Assn com. *
5,700
6% preferred
—100
1,280 New Entfl Tel & Tel Co...100
47,400 New Haven Clock Co com
*
105,450 New Jersey Zinc
...25
72.800 New Mexico A Arts Land
1
74,200 Newmont Mining Corp....10
5,100 New Process Co common.._.*
*
6,700 N Y Auction Co common
6,100 NYC Omnibus warrants
10,325 N V A Hond Kosarlo M—10
22,400 N Y Merchandise Co com.. 10
1,270 N Y Pr & Lt 66 pref....
*
2,230
7% preferred
......100

280

92,900
i

2,375
125

"7",100
1,100
9,400

v

'

3,100
100

4,200

52

Sale

33*

23*

56

275* Sale
95* Sale
105*
105*

Sale

135*

Sale

Sale
Sale

NlnlssfnO

see page




63

Mines

l|* Sale
125*

Sale

44

365*

*145*

143*

Sale

'"5" "53*

47

Nov. 12

55

Oct
Oct.

18
9156 Jan
1256 Febi 23
Apr.
1

5

66

"636 "Nov."" 1

19

20

Nov.
1
Nov. 26

6

136 Nov. 26
36 Nov. 19
13
Nov. 26

335*
783*
55*
7

Nov. 23
Nov. 3
Nov. 5
Nov. 24
Nov. 6

3 56 Oct.

3*6 Nov.
1
25* Nov. 26

Nov. 20

18" "Nov."30
8

.

Nov. 17
Nov.
1

83* Nov. 10
25* Nov. 15
156 Nov.
1

15

Nov.

1

25
18

53*
7 5*
15*
3*
105*
5*
1075*

Nov.
1
783* Nov. 3
65* Nov. 13
8
Nov. 19
1
Nov. 6

44

3*

Sale
156

1

45*

""65*
625*
Sale
Sale

^Sale

43*

55*

663*
685*
1045* 106
9

Sale

Sale

"45* Sale"

783* Nov.
Oct.

3

130

Sale

Sale

28
6

27

635* Sale
22

35*
Sale

"295* "3056

13* Sale
83*
30
105*

275*
93*

35*
43*

i

336 Sale
43*
43*

4

9

17

"50"

•

Sale

72

5* Sale
15*
o
YA
65* Sale

9

445*

"25* Sale"

5

Jan.

7
25
Mar. 18
Feb.

Apr.

8

Feb.* 10

505* Nov.

23

Oct.

Nov.

55* Nov.
29

Nov.

13* Nov.
67

1

5

936 Nov. 24

V3

5* Nov. 6
45* Nov. 29

95*

Sale

7

Nov. 19
Nov. 20

Sale

72

Nov. 30
Nov. 10

195*

17

1

9

Nov.

1

53

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov. 10

Oct..
Nov.
'

Oct

10 5* Nov. 12
1
77
Nov.
70
Nov. « 3

35
14

2

Sale

33

3*8 Sale
13*
2
'7-:, Sale

315*
9

343*
10

15* Sale

3*6 Nov.
15* Nov.
536 Nov.

69 5*
66

Feb.

35

136 Nov.

2

Nov.
Nov.

123* Mar. 8
53* Feb. 16
65

Jan

1656 Feb
100

Feb.

3h*
10
I

23
3

1

795* Aug. 18
Feb.

2

Feb.

24

236 Feb.

3
10

115

Oct

Nov.

10

Nov.

% Oct.
Oct,

% Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

31
10

Oct.

13* Nov.
73* Nov.

1153* Mar. 31

Nov.

Oct.

4

5

Mar. 31
Feb.
4
6
1556 Mar.
1055* Jan. 14
34

Oct

155* Oct

1

5

16

Oct

25* Oct.

45* Nov. 12
45* Nov. •6
Nov.

65* Jan.

15* Oct.

J.*

22
85*
86 J*
965*

5

105* Nov. 12

20

Jan.

1353* Mar. 10
37
Apr.
7

Oct

20

256 Nov. 18
85* Nov. 15
30

1405* Mar. 4
3056 Feb. 13
94 56 Mar. 10

156 Oct.
505* Nov.

Nov. 15

14

365H

Nov.

58

':-v£. 'iSv #.;■'>

"ijjNov I"30

15
895* Jan
Apr. 16
Mar. 6
88
Mar.
8

45* Oct.

98

Nov.
Nov. 4 108
Nov. 30
133* Nov.
Nov. 23
675* Nov.
8

12

1

Nov.

136 Nov.

233* Jan.

98

77

135* Sale

Apr.
256
1125*
5956
8056
193*
1956
236

21

675* Nov. 12.

61

98
9

66

Sale
Sale

20

13

94
86 5* Nov. 29
965* Nov. 3 100

Sale

98

-A* Sale
a5tA
52

11
Jan.
5
7
956 Jan.
12H May 10
35* Sept. 14
Feb. 16

28

Nov.

53

Nov. 10

13

26

6

30

115*

83* Sale

Mar. 16
Mar. 15

Jan.
Jan.

656 Oct.
;
h Oct.

53

53

"13* "Ik

Sale

255*
V 55*

Oct.
Oct.

Feb.

575* Jan.

Sept.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.
Oct.

Oct.

30

Nov. 23
456 Nov'. 2b

Nov. 23

436 Nov. 26
13
Nov. 10

53

22

19e

56 Oct
36 Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

195* Sale

"45* "45*

7
10

Nov. 26

Oct.

,8

165*
17
2
Sale

......

127,500

"73* "s"

85* Sale
1

2

6

Co

Founders shares.....
I
17,300
5
5,800 New York Transit
4,985 N Y Water Serv 6% pref__100
681,900 Niagara Hud Pow com.....10
18,925
5% 1st pref...
100
1,125
5% 2d preferred
100
800
5% 2d pref B
100
Class A warrants
114,800
Class B warrants
14,500
131,528 Niagara 8hare Corp class B 5
450
Class A preferred
.100
67,440 Nlles-Bement-Pond com
200 Nineteen Hundred Corp B..1

For footnotes

25*
32
Sale

Sale

6

15

37

25*

183* "19"" zl8

2

"ij* Sale"

"55* Sale" "4""Nov."24
56
%
5* Nov. 12
28

....

.

N Y Shipbuilding

1,300
1,300

...._.*

;

.

50

mm

Nehl

250
1st preferred
...
*
20,300 Nelson (Herman) Corp .....5
19,500 Neptune Meter class A
*
10,700 Nestle Le Mur Co class A...*

10

800

500

preferred—_•

950 National Steel Car Ltd—..*
48,100 National Sugar Refg
*
1,575 National Tea Co 5 V % pref. 10
..12.50
43,900 National Transit
53,900 National Tunnel & Mines..*
187,500 National Union Radio com..l
....—*
21,900 Navarro OH Co
8,300 Nebel (Oscar) Co com—...*
470 Nebraska Power 7% pref. .100

"1,400

•

Conv partic

15." Sale"

25

21

4

'125* Sale"

>

Sale

25

Nat Rubber Macb com—._.*

244,100
36,500

4,900
600

50
500

—..--.*
common

257,450

21
3
7
15
6
11

35* Nov. 12
27
Nov. 3

Nat Power A Lflght—

"8", 500

1

Mar. 31

Oct.

3
15

1

5
29

975* Mar. 30

19

45,000

v

285* Jan.

656 Nov. 26

Feb.

...50

28

June
3
4
Nov. 22 1555* Feb

July

com

10

Jan.

Nov.

56 Oct.

National Container (Del)-.l

Feb.

May 20

Nov. 19

9

9

95* Nov.
65* Nov.

13

85* Nov. 23
1256 Nov. 8
18 ■> Apr.
2
91
July 20

1

95* Nov.

5

19

125

Nov. 18

135* Nov.

125* Nov.

26

iH

4

1335* Nov. 15

8 5* Nov.

456 Apr.
456 Oct.

7

15,300 National City Lines
1,250
63 conv preferred

450
5,300
8,700
2,000
2,400

37

18

11

24

Nov. 10

26

41

1

0

May 28
236 Sept. 23
Jan. 19
Feb.
3
Jan. 11
Jan. 27

100 Nat Brewers 7% pref—...25

*

18

Nov. 12

500 National Candy Co com....*

19,400

Apr.

3

30

Nov. 23

■

5

12

""7"

11*
25

1205* Nov. 24 157

.—■<*++

185*

19
19

7
14

27

24

1
10

Oct.

2

Nov. 10

1205* Nov. 24 1365* Nov. 3
285* Nov. 26 285* Nov. 26

125

12]
13]

Oct.

1 'i; Oct.

m
\

305*

"55* Sale"

Sale

65* Sale

Nov. 12

15* Nov. 13
25* Nov. 12

Oct.

55* Oct.

Nov. 19

15

20

Feb. 25

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Oct.
4
1636 Feb.

98
118

July

3

175

135

25*

25*

150 Muskogee Co common....—*
20
6% preferred—...—.—100

500

8

2

35*
4
16
185*
1525* Sale

"375* Sale

Nov.

456 Nov. 20
135* Nov. 10
8
13* Nov.

95*

95*

*§"

95* Sale

5
43

Oct.

109
4

4"

*3

45*
105*

95*

com.*

Moody's Investors Part pref.*
2.000 Moore Corp Ltd..........—*
130
7% A pref
160
68,000 Moore (Tom) Distillery Co—1

275

60

135* Sale

Nov.

60

Mar. 31
Jan.

1436 Mar 13
13
Aug. 16

IV Oct.
2756 Nov.

15* Nov.
295* Nov.

1,000

"2",400

90

Oct.
15* Nov.
65* Oct.

13* Nov.

16

Feb

Sept.

Apr.

Oct

98
62

Nov.

15

136 Sept

14
Aug. 30
Aug.
9

336 Feb

3

Dec., 1937]
AGGREGATE

NEW

YORK

SALES

Since

November

Shares

3,800
1,050
"

1,500
1,100
50
600

3,300
6,400
,

13,200
600

2,500
1,700

Par

(Continued)

Bid

106,500 Noma Elec Corp com
—i
312,300 Nor Amer Lt Ac Pow com. —1
42,370
16 preferred
91,700 North Amer Rayon c! a.
38,500
Claaa b common
1,470
6% prior preferred.—. -50
14,100 Nor Amer Util Sec com..
14,200 North Cent Texas Oil
6
636,100 North European Oil com
1
3,920 Norlnd Pub Ser4% pref_-100
1,640
7% preferred...........100
27,800 Northern Pipe Line
10
129,720 Nor States Power com a--100
14,700 tNorthern Tex El 6% pref.100
38,900 Northwest Engineering

'X;

27,900

1,500
250

,

1,100

Ohio Brass class b.
Ohio Edison $6 preferred

240

5,500
105,700

"

4,100
1,150
75
11,300

•

■

100
800

i

2,600

"""*650

i,6oo

105,200
200

20

■

"""loo
200
100
400
300
575
600

2,500
21,300

800

800

V.500
700

7,000
5,400

106

$7 preferred

84

10

24

32

X

208,100
18,210
6,400
73,200
14,300

Penn Trafic Co
2.50
Pa Water Ac Power.........

8c Rubber Co

9# Sale
5#

10
*

Pittsburgh Forglngs Co

»

Pitts 8c Lake Erie rr
Pitts Metallurgical Co

50

com

25

109,400 Potrero Sugar com
173,300 Powdrell Ac Alexander com
»4,000 Power Corp of Can com..

'

1*140

13,300
11,985

1,360
200

16

111""

950
150

100
30

26

72,250
4,490

Pyrene

19

Nov. 19

Nov. 30

Nov.

9

19

23

*15

5# Nov. 12
4# Nov. 22

:

17

6% preferred
10,725 Quebec Power Co

1,080

•

..._•

iV.'"xN'V1-

"600
2,600

71,100
200

Nov. ,30

57,100

For footnotes

seo

page

53




Jan.
Feb.

19

Jan.

30

18

2

Feb.

3

22

17
17
13
1
11
6
10

5

2#
2# Sale

9
81

10
Sale

10

93

Sale

29#
9#
81 >
87#

30

125

Nov. 24

3# Nov.
50

No.y.
Nov.

1

Nov.

87

93

2# XX 4-:

Nov.

4

"66# "Nov."

Sale
Sale

33#

79#

14#

4# Sale
7#
9

16#

82

4#

7#

8

18
19

24# Nov. 23
Sept. 13

2
62

Nov. 10

3# Nov. 20
4# Nov. 12
7# Nov. 19
8# Nov. 12
114
Nov. 8 114
Nov. 8

Oct.

38#
20# Sale
3
3H
5# Sale
8

Sale
Sale

23

14

21

1#
2#
3# Sale
5#
5#

Sale

"l9# Sale"
88

3# Sale
3# Sale

89#

61

Sale

8

125" 127#

91

10
Sale

1#
8#

dB if

58

Sale

"84# Sale

*2# Sale

1# Sale
5# Sale
15
19

5

21

Sale

20

2# Sale

2

34#

22

25

Sale

2#

7#

if"

Sale

19

85

,#6

8# Sale

*6#

104

8#

6

80
100

Nov.

3# Nov. 20
6# Oct. 20

20

June

"2# "Nov." 19

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov. 18

Nov. 12
1 # NOV.

v

"3#"Nov."l2
1 # Nov.

(Nov. 18

5# Nov.

17# Nov. 19
2

3

8# Nov.

# Nov. 27
4

8

Nov. 12

Nov. 23

'

Sale

17# Nov. 2r6
# Nov.
*
7# Nov.
8# Nov. 23

Oct.

2

Oct.

19

83
83

86#
87

80
80

110

8'4

84

103

48#

6

Nov.

24

9

Nov. 17

Sale

29# Sale
14# Sale
75#
75#

Sale

"8# "t#
121
140

Sale
152

23#

24#

"25# "Nov .'23
13

78
84
110

8

9

96

100
135# 142
15
18

Nov. 30

*#

Nov. 12

84

Nov. 10

Nov.

84

Nov.

Nov. 5
Nov. 10

# Nov, 10
13# Nov. 26
28# Nov. 22

■"7# "T"

"7# "Nov." 16

I*

15

Sale
Sale

16

16#

#

#

Oct.

4

Sale
Sale
Sale

10#

Sale

33#

34

7#

7#

5# Sale
2# Sale
12# Sale
5#

Sale

18
22 X
34#
38
2#
3#
5# Sale
26# Sale
4
5#
#
#
13# Sale

18

Oct.

19

7# Oct.

25

6

29

Oct.

98

Nov. 22 105
Oct. 19 109

22

Oct.

1 120

Sept.

8

84# Nov. 23

77

Nov.

92

90

Oct.

Nov. 10

# Nov.

1

Nov. 15

# Nov. 13
3

Nov.

3

131# Nov. 23 136# Nov.
15# Nov. 9 15# Nov.

5
9

91

Nov. 19

Nov. 20

8#
97

12

Nov. 12
Nov.

# Nov. 29

18
20

Oct.

19

Jan.

23

6# Oct.

19

15# Nov.
10

5

3

3

6#

6#

2

Sale

Nov. 30
Nov. 24

Nov. 27

# Sale
:
8
1#
2#

6

Nov.

4# Nov. 12
#6 Nov.
3

13# Nov.
3# Nov.

1
4

# Nov.

3

4

Nov. 19
Nov. 24

6

Nov. 3

2# Nov. 12

1

9

15
7

19

Nov. 20
Oct.

2

Jan.
# Feb.

4 *38#

19

49

Mar.

53#
7#
21#
46#
8#
1#
32#
5#
2#

Mar.

Oct.

19

1

Oct.

19

7# Feb.

4

Oct.

19
Nov. 16

# Oct.

15

Nov. 24

2# Nov. 27
# Oct. 19

25

20
Mar. 17

4

3# Nov. 24

11

6

28# Jan.
1 # Jan.

Feb.
Sept.
Mar.
Feb.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
13# Mar.

21

15

Nov. 20
Oct. 19

Oct.

14

Nov. 16

4# Jan. 12
60# Jan. 15
90# Jan.
8
25
Apr.
0
14# Feb. 20

25# Jan.

Jan.

30

5
27

9

# June 29
# Nov. 29

18# Nov. 12

Nov. 24
Nov. 24

Feb.

Nov. 19 124# Jan.
Jan.
131# Nov. 23 150

'e Nov. 16

Nov. 20
2# Nov. 12
5# Nov.
1
26# Nov.
1

Aug. 19

91

30

13

5 103

# Oct.

8

120# Nov. 10

16 106# Jan.

10# Oct.

Nov. 23

sf

18

26

Nov. 20
Nov. 12

11#

18

20

<

20

40

17#

24

19

Oct.
Oct.

Jan.

Feb. 15
Jan. 28
68# Jan. 23
41
Mar. 3
98
Jan. 18
93
Feb.
4

Nov.

5

34
3

23

19

10# Oct.

UH

4# Sale

41
Jan. ,30
4# Jan.
2
45
Feb. 13
35# Feb. 13
% Jan. 25
17# Mar. 11
11# Jan. 14
14# Jan. 25

Sept. 20 103

30
2

19

# Oct.
6

32

25
41#

19

115

"#~No"v.~26

ra

Oct.

1# Oct. 19
May 21

74
74
110

Nov."

10

51

34# "Nov ."12
19

Sale
30# Sale

"16#

97
135

m

m

3

Nov. 24
Nov.
6
5

2
2

M

Nov. 10

Nov.
1 120# Nov. 16
120# Nov. 18 120# Nov. 16

77
90

#*Sale
18# Sale

11# Mar.
Mar.

40

39

16

7# Nov.

Nov. 22 100

17
15

Jan.

33# Feb. 23
3# Feb.
1
6# Jan.
5

98

98

'

9# Jan. 22
Nov.
8
42# Apr. 21
5# Nov. 20 27# Feb.
4
52# Nov. 24 116# Mar. 17
June
6# Oct. 19
7
Feb.
4
;x77:% Nov. 20
Jan. 11
1# Nov. 29
Nov. 29
Apr. 21
b
8
Feb.
Feb.
9
Oct. 19
6# July 20
Oct. 19
4# Jan.
6
Oct. 19
12# Feb.
3
19
Oct.
33# Feb 11
X.

#6 Nov. 10
9# Nov. 17

90#

Sale

Sale

19
25

6# Oct. 19
1# Nov. 23
2# Oct. 19
4# Oct. 19

100

16# Sale

Oct.

8# July

1!*

21# Nov. 13
2# Nov.
~

.

Apr. 21
1

Feb.

3 116# Feb.
2
22
34
Mar. 31
19
15# Feb.
9

2# Oct.

1

1# Nov. 20
3# Nov. 5
5# Nov. 3

Mar.
42# Mar.
6
17# Jan
15
112
Jan. 19
113
Jan.
7
179
June
7
24# Nov. 23
4# Mar. 13
95
Feb.
3
37

42

#

14#

14

Nov. 19
Nov. 19

1# Nov. 29
7# Nov, 29

#
4#

Sale

Nov.

72

13

Oct.

111

4# Nov.
1
4# Nov. 12
25# Nov. 6

39
Nov.
39
5# Nov. 20
9
52# Nov. 24 63#
7# Nov. 26 V 8
77
Nov. 20
92#

Sale
Sale
14#
16#

Sale

12#

3

76/

4
11)
29

Nov. 24

8# Nov. 23
1# Nov. 23

11

7

35#

33"

100

Sale

,1#
*3# Sale
5#
5#

1#
9

3# Sale

23

26

11
1#

""7# Sale

Sale

8

3# Nov. 22
3

18

j10

"

58# Nov. 24 151

30

4# Sale
4# Sale

6#

19

Oct.

Oct.

25

4

Oct.

86

"70"" Nov." 1

58# Nov.

22

115

35

35

Oct.

9# Sept. 25

24# Nov. 23

"2#

2

Nov. 15

28

7

Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
8# Feb.
Mar.

20

Oct.

49#

Nov. 29
Nov. 13

Nov. 23 150

27

19

Nov. 13
Nov. 17

30# July

19

8
109# May
3# Nov. 24
2# Oct. 19

10# Nov. 23

Nov.

19

Oct.

Oct.

3# Oct.

1

Nov. 23

3#

2# Nov.

\m

Nov. 12

4# Nov.

3# Nov.

10#

31

Class b common.......... *

7,200
230,500
11,000 Reliance el & Eng Co..
5
48,400 Reybarn Co., Inc
1
114,400 Reynolds Invest com .......1
36,500 Rice Stix Dry Goods Co.....*
126,500 Richmond Radiator com
1

Oct.

Feb.

32

Packing Co..
......10
Raymond Concrete Pile—

Reed Roller Bit Co new....,
Reeves (Daniel) com........*
Reiter Foster Oil Corp
*

19

19
11

53

28

Rath

Common
*
37,625
$3 conv pref..............*
5,750
34,000 Raytheon Mfg. com......50c
*
104,300 Red Bank Oil Co

19

Oct.

5
11

Mar

Aug. 30
Sept.30

43

4#

100

.....100

Oct.

Oct.

2\

28
22
14

3# Nov. 26
21# Nov. 6

3#

Sale

...»

Mfg...............10

19

Oct.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

20

Public Serv of Ind
pr pref..*

Quaker Oats com.......

Oct.

8#
24#
54#
103#
26#
9#
6#

23# Nov. 16

68
77

4,000 Rys Ac Util Invest cl a com_.l
48,600 Rainbow Luminous Prod a.*

500

#

6

89

19

Oct.

Aug. 12
Feb. 15
Feb.
2

26

8,000 Railway Ac Light Securities.*

5,200

Nov. 18

101# Apr.

Nov. 23

4

:

19

20# Nov. 13
23# Nov. 16

100

525

4,600
7,400
1,600
5,800

10#
32#
29#
Nov. 24 107#
20

Nov. 22

Sale

#

7;l.: '//'.•-v

400

Nov. 30

Nov. 16
Nov. 17
Nov. 18

6

19

19

26# Oct.
25# Oct.

July

12
Jan. 10
Feb.
9
6
Jan. 13
10
Apr. 28
10# Feb.

Nov. 22

2# Oct.

4

Feb.
9
Feb. 24
Feb.
9

20

70

13#

6% prior lien pref......100
7% prior lien pref......100

Jan.

15# Nov. 26
23# Nov. 16

900 Pyle National Co common..!

2,900
4,700

20

32# Nov.

17

22

80"" "§!#

34]
43

$7 part preferred..
3,400
.....*
53,530 Puget Sound p Ac l $6 pf...
$5 preferred
*
17,685

3,000
1,925

100

Nov. 24

Nov. 22

52

8

3
8

15

16# Sale

Public Util Securities—

100

200

7

7# Nov. 12
5

24# Nov.

1

610
540

20 112

Oct.

1# Oct.

Nov. 22

29# Nov,

Nov. 18

4

Sale

Public Service of Oklahoma

950

7

17
29

4

Sale

*

$6 preferred..

Oct.

28 111#
Sept. 24 104#
9# Oct. 19 14#
6# Oct. 19 14#
19# Oct. 19 32#
85
Oct. 26 106

3# Nov. 18

15# Nov. 19

135# Sale

1

6% 1st preferred
7%. 1st pieferred...

Mar.

Nov. 13 110
Jan.
Nov, 19 111# Jan.

105

Nov. 15

Nov.

5# Sale
5#

5

5#

16#

.

11

1,900 Public Service of Nor 111
*
Com $60 par
350
stock.....60
6% preferred..........100
1,750
7% preferred
375
100

50

a

Nov. 22

49# Nov.

Prosperity Co b common...*
Providence Gas Co
...»

320
180

67

8

20

a?*

Public Service of Colorado—

20

19

89

87# Nov. 26
2# Nov.
'

Nov. 10

50
4

Sale

18

27#
4# Sale

Sale

28#

Prudential Investors com...1
$4 preferred
1

19

28# Oct.

98#~Novf24 i64"~"Nov.""3

6
19#

2§H "SO*

3#

*

Oct.

26

40

•

Pressed Metals of Amei
Producers Corp.

Nov.

41

19*" "19#
36

5

...

12# May

19

19

103

11# Nov. 23
9# Nov. 15

1# Nov. 20

Sale

17

10

Pittsburgh Plate Glass

18

Oct.

# Oct.

-

87

Sale

19
32

35

3#

1

Pleasant Valley Wine Co
1
*
21,000 Plough, Inc
400 Pneumatic Scale Corp.....10
30.300 Polaris Mining Co
25c

4,400

50

Nov.
Nov.

22

6# Nov. 30
28# Nov. 24

5#

18#
19#
5# Sale

4X

1

Nov. 23
Nov. 19

3# Nov. 19

102

4# Sale
17#
19'

44#

23
43 X

I

6# Sale
28# Sale
25#
25#

26#

10

200 Prentice-Hall Inc

370
110

7

7

28# Sale

8# Sale

Jan.
Jan.

0
Feb.
8
6# Jan. 23
37
Fob. 10
35# Jan. 18

7

35# Nov. 16

"3# "4#

'

9

30
12
21
23
Feb. 11

Jan.

11

Nov.

10

87#
95
2#. Sale

25#

Jan.

4!
6;

_

5# Oct.

Nov. 13
91
Nov. 12
Nov. 19 106# Nov. 30
Nov.
3 109# Nov. 26

6

Aug.
2
50# Apr. 14
51# June 10.

23
18
13
19

20

14

20# Nov. 23

Sale

.....*

11,400
282,100
75,100
6,475
44,900

1,560

Oct. 20
96
Nov. 26 103

31

23

........*

"700

2,100

9#

95

Sale

100

15,900 Pratt 8c Lambert
170,200 Premier Gold Mining

525

72

24

8# Sale
20

2# Sale

8ale

»

Corp

2,500
5,100

4,800
2,800

Nov. .12

6# Nov. 26
15# Nov. 12
1# Nov. 13

2

13
13

Jan.

90

*3"" ""4#

475 Pitts Bessemer & l e rr...50

"9,200
7,800
7,700

80

Nov. 24

107

12
9#

7# :
31#

93,400 Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*

50

200

Motors

10#
8#

X Sale

Conv preferred a
16,000 Pierce Governor Co com
17,500 Pines Wlnterfront Co
200,600 Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd

300

1,600
2,600

68

Nov. 26

103

21# Sale

"EX Sale

28

12.400

1,900

_

Nov. 19

^

16,000

7,500

72

_

98

"sJi

25

20,800 Philadelphia Co com
*
925 Phila Elec $5 dlv preferred
25
750 Phila el Pow 8% pref...
34,600 Phillips Packing Co........*
295,500 Phoenix Securities common. 1

,

"

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

89

91#

85

Pa Gas Ac Elec class a......*
Pa Pow Ac Lt $6 pref....
*

17,500 Pharls Tire

Nov. 22

8

*

27,600 Pepperell Mfg Co.........10#
4,100 Perfect Circle com.........*

3,400

20

Nov.

Sale

77

20#
47#
#
.3#
#

20

Sale

89

106#

11# Jan.
7# Jan.

23

Oct.

27# Nov.

11

Sale

19
19

37

27# Nov.

Nov. 10

Sale

8.450 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg."
50
100 Pennsylvania Sugar Co._.20

1,900

„

92#
Sale

104

12#
14
13 # Sale
31# Sale

•

p 8c l 7% pref

$2.80 preferred

15,105

100

21

Nov.

48# Nov. 19
1# Nov. 12
4# Nov.
% Nov.

6# Nov. 19
11# Nov. "
# Nov. 4

109# Sale

7% preferred
100
Penn Mex Fuel common.
.1
Pennroad Corp com vtc__ ...1
400 Pa Edison Co $5 pref.......*

.2,245

89

Sale

108

250

1.125
4,900

7
Sale

2# Oct..
1# Oct.

.

Nov. 22

1

"13# Sale

Sale

5# Nov.
2# Nov. 12
39

4# Nov. 26
# Nov. 10
69# Nov. 26

6
14

Sale

24

36

109 #

5,125
735,100

33,400

'l4"

107# 107#

5,000 Pender (d) Grocery cl a....*
Class b
•
23,800
5,050 Peninsula Telep Co com
•

1,500
150

Sale

Co. 1
Patchogue Plymouth Mills..*

920

„

1,250

1#

-

35

15

com..

3,325 Parker Pen Co
44,300 Parkersburg Rig & Reel

;

6#
7#
13# Sale

8#
Sale

28 #
35

Pacific Public Service....
*
1st preferred
.......*

7,900 Paramount

100,
4,300

20

72
8

37

Pacific Tin special stock
*
175 Page-Hershey Tubes com
*
34,700 Pan Amer Airways com
5
1,794.200 Pantepec Oil of Yenesuela.. 1

12",600

#

Highest
Sale Prices

20# N<fv. 23
48# Nov. 19

48#

38

Sale

Ollstocks Ltd common......5

5*6% 1st preferred
Pacific Ltg Corp St pref

18,300
3,800
47,100

400

Sale

47

Lowest
Sale Prices

....100

Oklahoma Nut Gas

760 Pacific

.60

,1.100
1

5,400
2,350

1

Pacific Can Co common....*
Pacific g 8c e 6% 1st pref..25

4,37$

52
1#
Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

3# Nov. 23
1# Nov. 8
37# Nov. 19

Sale

22

28

4#

*

Overseas Securities Co

74,850
7,000

22

•

700 Oliver United Filters b

16,275

400

100

25

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

4# Sale
2# Sale

Sale

2

48#

21.550
$3 preferred
..........50
2,205
6% preferred
.....100
159,300 Oldetyme Distillers.........1

6,600

;

6% 1st pref

5#

"26"" *29*

Ohio Oil 6% pref
Ohio Power 6% preferred.100
810 Ohio Pub Serx 7% 1st pref 10«

500

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

5#

Sale

3# Sale

Noxadel Agene Corp......

14,125
3.200

Bid

Ask

11 #

18,870
4,750

Ik 490

Nov. 1

1937
stocks

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Jan. 2

--

28,400

47

Price

Jan. 1

Shares

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

::400
90
300

CURB

.

17
3

19
19
1
20
10
17
9

YORK

NEW

48

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

November

Shares

Bid

Par
Gas Co—

STOCKS (Continued)
Rio Grande Vailley

50

Nov. 1

1937

23,900
1.000

Ask

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

8

% Nov. 12

95 X Nov. 19

95 X Nov. 19

% Nov.

Sale

1

Voting trust ctfs
Rochester G 8c E 6% pref. 1

12

300 Roeser & Pendleton

Nov. 23

13 X Nov. 17

Rolls-Royce Ltd—

300

4,800
400
400
400

2,750
1,700
9,000

ov.

1,700
4,900

Nov.

Nov. 12
Nov. 18

Nov.

300

31", 100
275

2,100

3

Nov. 10
Nov. 12

Nov.
ov.

4
5

h 1
1

6,100 Safety Car Heating He Ltg...*
115,800 8t Anthony Gold Mining...1
13,300 St Lawrence Corp Ltd....,
A $2 conv pref.......—50
1,575
5
1,183.000 St Regis Paper Co......
7,650
7% preferred
.
—100
>
27,600 Samson United Corp com—1
85 Sanford Mills Co common.

625

1

Nov. 19

*

3,700

3

Nov. 19

_

600

1,000
5,700
.

125
800
100

12,300
4,100
400

12,300
300

1,450
700

600

1,200
8,600
17,800
2,500
6,100

June 17
19

6

27 X Aug. 23

19
16

3

5M Oct,
1

Oct.

Oct.

5

Oct.

19

36X Oct.
2X Oct.
IX Oct.

20

Nov.

73

m
%
57

19

Nov.

8

Nov. 15

19

Jan.

22

Mar.
ih

5

Jan.

18

Oct.

19

100

600

6

Jan.

27

15$

6
6
6

Apr.
3SX Apr.
11X Apr.
Jan.

Nov. 24 117X

19

6X July

26

12

Feb

10

Jan.

69

25

19

Oct.

20

26

May 28

23 X Oct.
Oct.

19

55

Mar. 10

13
109

o

J*

Oct.

11 109

36K Sept. 20

11

54 X May 20

•y'-'.*4
18
3%

3J4
2X

50
Sale

6X

Sale

48

Nov. 20

1

Nov. 29
Nov. 23

39

78 H Jan.
5 X Jan.

16
14

Jan.

21

%

Feb.

30
Oct. 19
4%
28 X
Nov. 24
ov. 26 10134

Jan.
Jan.

X Oct.
Oct.

X Oct.

"zx

ov.

19
16

30

1

Mar. 31

25

6

25

Mar.

4

June

104.

I

Mar.

7

Feb

23

Jan.
Jan.

26
13
22

Feb.

23

Mar

Feb. 24
Mar. 11
T«n
15
2

3,230
5% cum pref A A
1,585 Sherwin-Williams of Can...
Shreveport Eldorado
Pipe Line stamped......25
28,600
4,900 Silex Co (The) common—..

480

2

Apr.

Oct.

20

jnov.

15

July

8 141

Apr. 20

Oct.

44,500 Savoy Oil Co........•••*.>•8
*
10,500 Kchiff Co com
25
52,950 Scoville Mfg Co..
V
50 Scranton Elec $6 pref
*
570 Scranton Lace Co common..*
Scranfon-Spring Brook
Water Serv $6 pref
——*
1,625
6,800 Securities Corp Gen'l com..*
*
20,500 8eeman Bros common
71,700 Segal Lock Ac Hardware com 1
258.900 Selberllng Rubber cons
138,800 Selby Shoe Co com
*
216,400 Selected Industries........1
Convertible stock.......-5
7,600
$5.50 prior stock
25
48,350
Allotment certificates
42,120
Selfrldge Prov Stores, Ltd—
American dep rets
—11
4,300
1
38,600 Sentry Safety Control
23,700 Seton Leather com...—.
331,900 Seversky Aircraft Corp
1
398,800 Shattuck Denn Mining—..5
41,900 Shawlnlgan Water Ac Power
62,200 8herwln-Wllliams Co com..25

9

Jan.

r

19

May 18
ov.

15% Aug.
4% Feb.
13 X Jan.

2
Jan.
5
18
9% Nov. 23
1
Jan. 21
% Oct. 19
1
24
55 X Mar.
32
Sept.
35% Nov. 23 U0X July 19
14 X Apr.
6
5X Oct. 19
2

,

"""300

July 28
Oct. 20 112
13 X Nov. 17
Nov. 23

12

26

Am dep rets ord reg
1,600
.£1
11,600 Rome Cable Corp common.
23,100 Roosevelt Field Inc—
1
149,400 Root Petroleum Co com
5,300
$1.20 conv preferred
20
40,500 Rossia Internet Corp
775 Royalite Oil Co Ltd
*
2is,450 Royal Typewriter com
•
22,800 Rus8eks Fifth Ave Inc—2.50
308,900 Rustless Iron Ac Steel Corp..l
3,250
$2.50 conv pref
*
140,000 Ryan Consol Petroleum....*
129,800 Ryerson & Haynes Inc com.l

4.500

% July
(1
X Sept. 13
95X Nov. 19 104 X Feb. 25
110

60 Rochester Tel 6%%

"""300

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price
Jan. 2

Jan. 1

2,000

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

AGGREGATE

Shares

CURB

Pub

Simmons-Boardman

450
Corp conv pref.—......
70,900 Simmons H'ware & Paint Co
32,100 Simplicity Pattern Co
3,323 Singer Mfg Co.

50

3,800
4,400
290

10,400

1,600

Singer Mfg Ltd....
Am dep rets ord reg sns.

JL1

150 Sioux City G Ac E 7% pref. 100
600 Skinner Organ Co
—..

I,125 Smith (Howard) Paper Co
23,900 Solar Mfg Co
....
179,600 Sonotone Corp..
90,700 Soss Mfg Co
...........
10,100 South Coast Corp com
26,800 Sou Calif Edison pref B
25
24,800
&X% pref class C.
3,080
5% original pref.
10,300 Southern Colo Pow
60
7% preferred—.
160 South New Engl Telep Co. 100

1,300
14,200
3,700
1,700
1,500
2,100
160
200

10
12,600 Southern Pipe Line...
uthern Union Gas com...*
48,100
5
156,400 Southland Royalty Co
..25
57,050 South Penn Oil
50
2,200 So West Pa Pine Lines
Spanish Ac General Corp Ltd
Am dep rets ord reg shs..£l
75,900

200

2,100
6,600
5,200
50

500

"2.366
400

.

2,000
600

3,300
63,300
5,500
17,500
17,800
7.300

Am dep rets ord

bear

1£

Spencer Shoe Corp

*

Stahl-Meyer Inc com

*

Standard

*

Brewing Co

Standard Cap & Seal com—1

10

Conv preferred

Standard Dredging Corp—

500
400

9,700

2,400
2,700
125

52,600
5,400

2*700
II,500
141,900

20

$1.60 conv pref new
Stand Invest

Standard Oil

%&X P*ef w w__*
(Kentucky)..10

18,300 Standard Oil (Nebraska)...25
103,500 Standard OH (Ohio) com..25
2,725
5% pref
100
655,400 Standard Power A Lt com_.l
52.300

Class B common.........

6,700
3,500
1,900

4,700
64,000
797,700
10,100
22,800

8,700

2,200
phate A AcW Works
20
161,500 Starrett (The) Corp v t c.-l

200

3,500

Preferred
Standard Products Co_.....l
Standard Silver Lead
I
Standard Steel Spring Co__5
Standard Tube class B
.1
Standard Wholesale Phos-

50 Steel Go of Can Ltd ord^

"'"250

"2.766
375
200

3,100
1,800
4,900
900

1,900
1,750
900

29", 100
700
125

4,200 Stein (A)A Co com...
30
6%% preferred

91.300 Sterchl Bios Stores Inc.....*

3,835
5,650
70,700
60,400
262,700
13,475
66,300
61,150
35,000
6,200
643,700
13,600
5,875
50

"""400
1,150
12.000
2,100
63,600
1,400
2,700
31,300
13,300

"""170

50
20
1
Sterling Brewers lttc.......t
Sterling Inc
1
Stetson (John B) Co com
*
Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp
5
1st preferred.......

2d preferred

Sterling Aluminum Prod

Stroock (S)

Mar.

2
8
2

Feb.
Mar.

Feb.

•

a

.

com

24,300 Tampo Electric Co.

Rights expire Dec.

72,500

Tastyeast Inc class A.......1

185,900
453,920
133,300
1,150
1
1,360

Taylor Distilling Co....
1
Technicolor Inc ceasmon
*
Tack Hughes Gold Mines
1
Tenn Ki Pow 7% 1st pref..100
Texas P A L 7% pref
10 1

119

12

SMe

37 X

38 %

"lH ""2"
4

X

Sale

21 %

Sale
Sale
Sale

5H
73 %
112

8ale

6W

15

Mar. 11

Jan.
Jan.

X
46
17

$3.30 class A

7,000 Swan-PInch OH Corp
16,900 Swiss-American Elec

f' 63,600

26

Feb.

Sunray Drug Co common
Sunray Oil
..
5%% conv
Superior Port Cem B

263,625 Taggart Corp

4

Feb.

A Co Inc.....

Sullivan Machinery Co

For footnotes see page 53




*

...100

25
23

Feb.
8
Apr.
7
Feb. 11
Aug. 17

Feb^f

Jan. 14
Xt Nov. 17
2>4 Jan. 11
5% Mar. 12
1

34

Aug. 10

6H Feb.

7tf Jan.
112

Jan.

It
8
2

NEW
AGGREGATE

SALES

November

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

Lowest

Texon Oil Ac Land Co.

2

Thew Shovel Co common—5

Tllo Roofing Inc
Tishman Realty &

..1

Constr—*

3,900
3,200

*

254,300
39,150

Tonopah Mining of Nev

Nov.

1

254 Nov "20

10

'

354 Nov. 30

14

19
19
19

1854 Jan.

9

3

Oct.

1

1

754 Nov.

6

43

Nov."

3

Union Stk Yds of Omaha.100

700

70,900
116,000

$3

cum partlc pref........*
Cigar- Whelan Stores. 10c

17,100

900

12,000
70,300
41,425
7,260
16,600
235,200
64,200
25,700
105,800
9,050
32,300
136,900
72,100
4,450
53,800
338,100
631.400
6,720
34,300
3,710
13,000
8,250
14,300
13,785
5,700
,

United Lt * Power com A

14 Oct.

$6 1st pref

com

S3 preferred
United Molasses Co Ltd—

*

Am deo rets for ord reg
Unit Profit Sharing com

Preferred...

Preferred.^".

25

/
4

Reclaiming....*

15

19
18

Oct.

19

Oct.

26

2H Sept. 25
2*4 Oct. 13
43K Nov. 19
*4 Oct. 19
1*4 Oct. 19
54 Oct.
9
1
Sept. 24
UH Oct. 13
2

22

Nov.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.

24
25
19
20
26

1H Oct. 19
11*4 Oct.- 19

7% preferred
100
1,000 Wahl (The) Co common....*
-

83 *4 Nov. 19
1
Oct. 19
6
Oct. 19

....

Western Tablet 8c
Common

100

Stationery

........

*

210 West Jersey & Seashore RR 50
225 Westmoreland Coal Co...
*
West Texas Utilities Co—

$6 preferred..

......*

132,200 W Va Coal 8c Coke com.....*
4,200 Weyenberg Shoe Mfg Co
1
6,300 Williams (R C) Ac Co
.*
29,700 Williams Oll-O-Matic Htg__.»
>

48,000 tWil-Low Cafeterias com_..l
Convertible preferred
20,500
*
10,600 Wilson Jones Co com..
*
10,700 Will son Products Inc
1
Winnipeg Electric class B
Wisconsin PAL

*

7% pref.100

Wolverine Port Cement....10
Wolverine Tube Co com
2




19

Oct.

13*4
3*4
14
72 *4
6 *4

60

Grocery com.....20

Oct.

26

23,000 Waco Aircraft Coi.»..i.*..*
23,800 Wagner Baking com ▼ t c
*

7% 1st preferred

19

1

880 Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref 100

Western Maryland Ry—

Oct.

12*4 Oct.

7% preferred—.—190

1

19
19

42

.*

common

Oct.

1*4 Nov. 23
954 Oct. 20
3*4 Oct. 19

.1

Welsbaum Bros-Brower Co—1

19

1*4 Oct.

.....8

Wentworth Mfg Co.
1.25
Western Air Express Corp
1
Western Cartridge 6% pf_100

19

Oct.

8

Universal Products Co....
*
Utah Idaho Sugar Co......5
Utah Pr & Lt $7 pref
♦

Wellington Oil Co

19

*4 Oct.

Universal Corp v t C........1

5,400 Waitt Ac Bond Inc class A..*
Class B
8,400
•
164,800 Walker Mining
.......1
30,200 Wayne Knitting Mills
__5

19

Nov. 24

2Y Oct.

10

com

Oct.
H Oct.

1

United Verde Ex ten o ion.. 50c
United Wall Paper
...2

Utah Radio Prod

19

2*4 Oct. 19
154 Oct. 19
Jfc. June 11

U S Stores Corp com
..._.*
S7 Conv 1st pref
..♦
United Stores Corp com vtc *

com

Oct.

19

1

Universal Consol Oil Co

19

14 Oct.

Playing Card com.....10
com

Mar. 10

20

4

H Oct. 19
% Nov. 3
6

Oct.

19

4*4 Oct.

19

5

Oct.

2

Ocu.

19

2*4 Oct.

19

19

Feb.
4
Oct. 25

101
9

76

Oct.

13

19

Nov. 26
60
Aug.
2
8 *4 July
8
74 *4 Oct.
IX Oct.

19
19

654 Nov. 10
4

Oct.
Oct.

19

5&Nov.

23

Oct.

19

2

1

19

«£:!§
6
61
2

Jan.
Oct.
Oct.

9

854 Apr.

12

19

Oct.

47

Jan.

1154 Jan.
1154 Jan.
7554 Jan.

6
Aug.
5
July 27

3714 Apr. 28
4*4 Nov. 22

♦

94

8 253
2
21

Oct.

63

1st preferred with wart...*
U S Linos Inc pref
...._*

Universal Insurance

Feo.

11

54 Oct.

.......25

Universal Pictures

75

2

Specialties common.l

U S Radiator

45

6

1

USA Internet Sec com....*

354 Jan.

4

54 Oct.
854 Oct.

1

U S Foil class B

3
5
28

Jan.

Nov.

244

.10

United Shoo Mich com

13

Mar.

May

19
19
18

6K Oct.

*

United Shipyards class A
Class B

Jan.

17

*

21,500 Vogt Mfg Corp.............*

2,170

2

1354 Feb.

55

Nov. 24

154 Oct.
254 Oct.
1454 Oct.

*

......

United Milk Products

19

6

10
25
18
18
18
Feb. 11

80

*

Common class B—......_*

Western

15

"

3 ill

19 124

61,000 Venezuela Mexico Oil
...10
435,700 Venezuelan Petroleum
1

6,360

Mar.

Oct.

48,500 y aispar Corp v t c common.. 1
Vtc conv pref
6,500
...5
12,400 Van Norman Mach Tool com 5

830

July 19
% Nov. 26
54 Oct. 19

78

Warrants.................

U S Rubber

12

Mar. 24

1354 Feb. 19
5254 May 28
154 Nov. 1

37 1st non-vot pref.......*

U S

1

3054 Mar.

19

United

1

19

Oct.

Conv preferred—........7
91,700
305,800 JUtll Pow 8c Light com..
1
Class B common.......
17,600
1

4.750

85

3

....

13,800
66,200
96,800
63,400
400

7
23
21
14

8
8

19

ill

81,700 Utility Equities com
*
5,800
Priority Stock..
.....*
41,200 Utility Ac Ind Corp com.....5

71,600

16
954 Feb.
19
654 Feb.
19
454 Jan.
3 11454 Feb.
19 1854 Jan.
19 1054 July
54 Apr.
12
19 1254 Nov.

.......1

common

180 United NJRR& Canal..100

22,500

8

Oct.

47

580 United G A E 7% pref... 100

874,200
26,000
261,700
2,145
1,282

May
1154 Feb.
1354 Feb.

Oct.

United

United Gas

4

2

Corp warrants.......
100 United Elastic Corp........*

2,277,300
64,600
293,100

5
22

4

.........

.

Common
Un

86

Transp—

United Chemicals Inc—

26,700

Jan.

31M Fob. 17

Mar. 24

85

26
28
Feb. 18
Mar. 18
>.

954 Mar.

19
19

154 Oct.
1H Oct.
154 Oct.
112
May
1154 Oct.
4*4 Oct.
*4 Apr.
954 Oct.

Union Premier Food Stores. 1

Warrantee

3

Nov. 24

1*4 Oct.
BH Oct.

254 Nov. 13

Fe

July

1354 Apr.

654 Oct. 19
33

1

"l54~Nov.*22
13 54

Oct.

54 Jan.

1

Nov.
354 Nov.

United Airraft Ac

3
74

IH Oct.
4% Nov. 24
H Oct. 19
654 Nov. 8

1154 N" ov»

...

66

23 105
18 115
16
Yn Jan. 25
14
2
Feb. 26
19
554 Feb. 26

U Nov.

354 Nov.
7
Nov.

95

100 Union Oi lof Calif rights

38,700

25
5

32 *4 Oct.
90
Oct.

6

Ulen & Co 754% pref
—25
11,600
5% preferred............25
38,000 Unexcelled Mfd Co Inc.... 19
170 Union Elec of Mo 7% pref. 100
32,300 Union Gas of Canada
•
1,400 Union Investment Co com
*

50

Jan.

4
4

Nov.

1

1054 Jan.
454 July

9754 Nov.
54 Nov.

1

.........1

2

19

lfc Oct.

754 Nov.

Class A....

Nov.

Oct.

Apr. 29

2

Nov. 30

46

TrM3ontlnental Corp Warr..

37,200

15,900

3
55

"Nov." "8

Trunc Pork Stores Inc....
Tublxe Chatlllon Corp—

Common

754 Jan. 26
25 *4 Sept. 13
1854 Mar. 10

14 54 Oct.

2M

1
1

*

Highest
Sale Prices

9*4 Nov. 23
554 Oct. 19

9H Nov. 18

1

Trans-Lux Pfct Screen com.l

Trans western Oil Co

117,300 rung Sol Lamp Wks com
1
38,800
80-cent dlv pref..........*

;

4% Nov. 15
15

dep ret* def red......5*

Todd Shipyard* Corp—... .*
560 Toledo Bdlaon 6% pref-_100
710
7% preferred A
...100
77,200 Tonopah Belmont Develop..1

-

4H Nov. 20
9% Nov. 23
7 54 Nov.
8
3
Nov.
2

Lowest
Sale Prices
2
Oct. 19

Am dep ret* ord red *h»..£l
Am

21,350

48,500
185,200
122,600
105,460
3,400

Highest
Sale Prices

Tobacco* Allied Stock*....*
Tobacco Prod Export*

Tobacco Secur Tru*t Co Ltd

i;

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Sale Prices

STOCKS (Concluded.)

83,700
13,550
82,250
7,500
2,175
68,800

""*766

EXCHANGE

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since

2,300
2,400
4,000
300

CURB

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

1

In

YORK

8

18
19

454 Oct.

19

5

Oct.

19

Oct.

7

5Ji

Oct.*

19

754 May 18
A iZ

Tar,

OO

NEW

50

NEW
Since

Price

YORK

Jan. 2

CURB EXCHANGE

Ask

46,000 Abbott'* Dairy 6s
1942
2,821,000 Alabama Power 4H«
1967
1st Be ft 5s
.1956
377,000
5s
1968
1,357,000
1st 5a
1946
1,054,000
1st & ref 5s
.......1951
1,272,000
848,000 Aluminium Ltd 5s.......1948
5a called
...1948
19,000
3,332,000 Amer Gas & Elec deb 5s ..2038
Deb 5* called
4,000
2028

104 %

Ask

Ask Bid

104 34 100

BONDS

Sale

Sale
Sale

10634 Sale

Sale

74

92

90

:)

6s..

2016

-

Sale

102

10434 Sale

Appalachian El Pr 5s
1956
Appalachian Power 6s...2024
1941

10434 10434
11954 Sale
108 U
108

1951

10154 102

5s
Ark Louisiana Gas 4s

Arkansas Pr 8t Lt 5s

...1956

Associated Elec 4US

...1953

189,000 Assoc Gas 5c Elec 4U«---*948
3,274,000
6s
1968
8,000
Registered............
5Hs lav ctfs
658,000
......1938
2,000
5^s inv ctfs reg
1938
3,296,000
4hs series C
1949
216,000
5Us
1977
Conr deb 5s_.........1950
3.049,000
1,055,000 Assoc Tel 5c Tel 534» A
1955
272,000 Atlanta Gas Light 4^s..l955

Sale

105

96

10434 Sale
64 U Sale

86

10534 Sale
11134 112
10634 108
9934 Sale

10534 Sale
113

115

10334 108
10034 Sale
95

Sale

93

Sale

3834 Sale

4134 Sale

9934 Jan.

11
13

19

19 10834 Jan.
Jan.
19 105

3

02

Apr.

27

9 10734 Nov. 16

9 10634 Nov.

3534

77" "7834
Sale

56

8534 Nov. 12
3 10634 Nov. 12
Nov.
1
96
4 10634 Nov. 20

Nov. 26

10534 Nov.
Nov.
1
11134 Nov. 12 113
Nov. 10 10734 Nov. 12
107
9834 Nov. 17 10034 Nov. 15
Nov. 20
90
9534 Nov. 4
Nov. 12
Nov. 20
44
37

38

333
281

Nov.

3

Nov. 20

"6434 '61" "64"

6134 Nov. 27

2934 Sale
40
Sale
32 34 Sale
7334 Sale
92
95

2734 Nov. 20

3334 Sale

68

66

6434

33
Sale

29
31

Sale
Sale

42

61U Sale
8854 Sale
10434 105

3534 Sale
7834- Sale
9634 Sale

15234 155

72

Sale

30

75

73

35

4
Nov. 19
Nov.

3534 Nov. 12
38

Nov. 12

*69" Nov."l5
3634 Nov. 12
40

68

87

10834 Mar. 5
107
May 10

Nov.

10334 Oct.
109

Mar.

1193
110

10534 Oct.
98
89

Oct.

102

Oct.
Oct.

28

39

Nov. 30
Nov. 15

104

67

-

Jan.
2
June 28
Jan. 16
Jan

21

Jan. v 7>•-.

22

Oct.

6234 Jan.
6534 Jan.

Sept.

60 34 Jan.

55

Oct.

2334 Oct.

1

69

Oct.

5

95

Oct.

Nov.

Nov.

3

Nov.

Nov.

1

Nov.

Nov. 12

59

(
{

2(
May
t
77
Jan.
I
61
Jan.
£
69
Jan.
f
6534 Jan.
{
9134 Feb. 17
10534 Jan. 2]

71
Sept.
2034 Oct.
3234 Oct.
2234 Oct.

Nov.

98

0
8
2

8
10634 jail.
10634 Nov. 12

Oct.

10334 Jan.

7934 Nov.

7234 Nov. 26
95
Nov. 23

2

1073< June 22

June
9 105 34 May
Oct. 20 10834 June
Jan„
10534 Mar. 16 106

44

35

Sale
61U Sale

56

6

105
104

85

Nov. 23
Nov.

6

Oct.
Oct.

77
104
87

Sale
89

14

20 10534 Jan.

97
87

8034 Sale
106

Sale
Sale

105

11 10434 Apr.
95
Jan.
19

Oct.

7834 Oct.

8

Nov.

8534 Sale

Hs.-1947
American Seating 6s stpd 1946

Oct.

86

Nov. 19

Jan.

71

6 10034 Nov. 26
96
Nov. 19

106

American Powar 5c Light
Amer Radiator dab 4

102

Nov. 12
7934 Nov. 15
9234 Nov. 20

Nov. 12 103
Nov.
9
Nov. 12

10734 Sale

10634 Sale

107 34 Sale
106
Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

85
83
7934 Nov.
97
Nov.
10034 101
9434
3234
9334
107
10534 Nov.
0534
106

Sale

Sale

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale

90

10834

Highest
Sale Prices

10434 103

7734

10434

104 34

Lowest
Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937

Jan. 1

5,348,000
375,000
236,000
1,562,000
177,000
327,000
2,059,000
3.202,000
3,224,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

CXJEB

YOEK

Baldwin Locomotive Works—

673,000 ♦6s without warrants... 1938
7,289,000 66s x-w stamped........1938
Convertible 6s.....
1950
347,000
1,060,000 Bell Tel of Canada 5a
1955
/
737,000
1st M 5s ser B June 1 1957
5s series C
1960
46,000
1998
167,000 Bethlehem Steel 6s
1,641,000 Birmingham Elec 4U«
1968
821,000 Birmingham Gas 5s
...1959
280,000 Broad River Power 5s A.. 1954
*

Sale

153
115
123
123 34
141
98 H
85

9834

1953

112

Canada Nor Power 5s

653,000
5,700,000
1,927,000
3,659,000
1,921,000

Central Power 5s ser D..1957

1956

Carolina Pr & Lt 5s

Ac Pow 5s. 1953
Cent 111 Pub Serv 4U« F. 1967

Cedar Rap Mfg

5s series £_........... 1956
5s Series G._......... 1V68

1981

IHi series H

Cent Ohio Lt Ac Pr 6s A.. 1950

Central Pow At Lt 5s.....1956

1948
5 Us
1954
Cent States Pr At Lt 5«s.l953
Chicago Dist El Generating
762,000
4Us series A
1970
6s series B
.1961
60,000
Chicago 111 Midland Ry—
491.000
4Hs series A......
..1956
Chicago Junction Rys Ac
Union Stock Yards 5s..1940
362,000
1,181,000 t'Chlc Rys 5s ctfs of dep.'27
333,000 Cincinnati Street Ry 5 U >1952
6s series B
.1955
325,000

700,000

Cent States Elec 5s

1966

Cities Service 5s......

1,000

5s registered

13,070,000
1,000
1,903,000

Conv

deb

1966

....

5s..........1950

Registered....
Cities Service Gas

5 Us
s

11334 114 34
11834 Sale

Nov.

Nov. 10

110

Nov.

Nov. 10

113

121

126

121

Nov.

Nov. 24

11434 Mar. 24

130

132

128

130

Nov.

Nov.

Oct.

27

8434

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 17

7334 Oct.

20

59

Sale

Nov.

Nov. 10

58

Nov. 27

85

Sale

Nov.

Nov.

3

85

Sept. 24

10234 Nov. 9 10334 Nov. 3
L0534 Nov. 4 10634 Nov. 3
9834 Nov. 12
9234 Nov. 27
112 34 Nov.
3 11334 Nov. 13
9034 Nov. 27 9334 Nov. 17

101

Mar.

102

A

Sale
87

9934

8334 Sale
6134
64
85
94

92

Sale
9534 Sale

34 Sale

6934

Sale

7234

74

10454 106

9934

10934 111
8034
8134
10034 10134
104
Sale

Sale

101

9934 Sale

98

101

Nov. 30 103

Nov.

8
4
1

10634 10634 10434 106
4534 Sale
4934 Sale

94
99

1

72]

31

1

72

33

Oct.

19

75j

10434 Nov.

8 10634 Nov. 24 103

Apr.

107

Nov.

1 107

92

Nov.

3

4

37

Nov.

8

4134 Nov. 26

7134
9034
4534
44U
47

95

Nov. 26
Nov. 1
Nov. 15
Nov. 15
Nov. 1

Nov.

1

Nov. 12

10534 Nov. 17 10634 Nov. 20
43
Nov. 26
5034 Nov. 15

9134
62
Sale

9534 Sale

registered
....1952
gold deb .........1949

99

7634

9

43
87

110
Jan.
Jan.
1.
Nov. 26 84
Nov.
3 10134 Feb.

14

10534 Nor. 17

-

6 10534 Jan.
82

Jan.

7

70

June 23
Jan.
8

91

Nov. 22

90

Nov.

Nov.

8

6434 Nov. 30

45
70

Sept. 19
June 23

Sale

54

Nov.

8

6134 Nov. 15

42

Oct.

80
88

Feb.
Oct.

83
80

9234 Nov. 29 9534 Nov. 1
9834 Nov. 3 10134 Nov. 16

4834 Nov.

8

5634 Nov. 12

49

Nov.

8

57

56

Nov. 12

19
4

19 103
OctW9 1043
3634 Oct. 19 79 J
92

36

Feb.
Oct.

4

10
16

57

9634

5434

Sale

Sept. 23
9

2

Nov. 17

9234 Sale
9934 10034
5434 Sale

5434 Sale

8

23

Jan.

9134 Oct.

75

7634

Jan.

1 107

90

90

3
18
7

; Jan.

Mar. 23 107

3
6

5934

Sale

53

Feb.
Jan.
I Jan.

June

104

6434 Sale

9034

10214 10234
10234 10331
7534 Sale

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

92

59

39

20

10434 Jan. 25

87
90

90

87

60

19 104 34 Jan.
20 103 34 Jan.

19

6734 Nov. 6
8534 Nov. 24

9234

18
11
6

16

72

8634 Sale
4334 Sale
42
Sale
44
Sale

92

Oct.

1

19 10434 Jan.
Jan.
19 105

Oct.
Oct.

7034

9034 Sale
4234 Sale
4234 Sale
47
Sale

9434 Nov. 22

12
2

July

Oct.

6934 Sale

95

8634 Oct.
9934 Oct.
95

Aug. 31

25 11334

Oct.

92

92

Nov. 23

11134 Feb.

73

94

107

92

8 10434

19 11434 Jan.
Sept. 25 10534 Jan.

31

91

9234

106

9934 Nov. 19

91

63

90

10534 107

6

128

21

95

Sale

10434 105
107
Sale

Nov.

3

8734 Oct.
88
Oct.

9034 Nov.
Nov.

89

92

"7934 Sale"

81

122

9134 Sale

Sale

10234 103
9934 Sale

9034

,

10234 10234 102J4 Sale
Sale
106
10534 Sale
95
Sale
94
9434
113
115
11234 116

Sale
104
103 34 Sale
103
102
10334 Sale

7834

Feb.
6
Mar. 22
Nov. 12
Jan.
6
Jan.
9
125
Jan. 18
Jan. 14
145
99
Jan. 22
8834 Jan. 19
10134 Jan. 21

Oct.

145

.....

5H*-.1942

549,000 Cities Serv Gas Pipe L 6S.1943
".10 Cities Service P At L 5 Us-1952

1,00"
1,229.000

11334 Sale
11734 118

10554
11234 11234
10334 Sale

99

5234 Oct.

Sale
Sale

Sale

68

19 225
19 227
74
8
Nov.
Mar. 24 11534
Mar. 22 124

5234 Oct.

124

103 U
113

103

'Canadian Pacific Ry 6s. 1942

892,000
1,951,000
2,011,000
235,000
3,033,000
867,000
1,253,000
376,000
409,000

Sale

67

17
19

75

80

Feb.
Jan.

4
7

Apr. 28
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

7

17
8

♦Commeri und Prlvat

382,000

-.1937

Bank 5 Us—

317,000 Commonw Edison 4 U>
1957
5s series A............1953
463,000
5s series B
.......1954
404,000
424,000
4Us series C
..1956
4s series F
1981
5,656,000
3U> series H..........1965
1.781,000
...

55

51

11234
11034
11134
110J4
Sale
Sale

111

103

Sato

10234 Sale

112

1,440,000

Com'w'lth Subsld 5 Us A.1948

1,582,000
913,000
24,000
120.000

Community Pow At Lt 5s. 1957

8534 Sale

68

Community Pub Serv 5s A1960
Conn Ltg Ac Pow 7s A
1951

10034 10134

98

.1939

Consol Gss of Bait 5s

110,000

4U

1954

s

130

124

10934 111
12434 127

107

128

6834 Nov. 5
May
6
11334 Apr. 26
11334 Sept. 1
11234 July 23
10734 Aug. 9
10034 Jan.
4

Sale
4634 June
67
6534 Nov. 20 6834 Nov. 5
11134 11234 11134 Nov, 10 11134 Nov. 17 10734 Apr.
11134 Nfcv. 12 11234 Nov. 17 11034 Jan.
11234 11334
3 113
Nov. 30 11034 Jan.
Sale
11134 Nov.
11134 11234 113
112
111
134 Nov. 5 10734 Apr.
11134 Nov, 12
11134 112
1 10734 Nov. 27 102
Oct.
107
10734 10534 Nov,
10534 Sale
1 10634 Nov. 29 10034 Mar.
105
Sale
10534 10634 10434 Nov,

6634 Sale

11134
11034
11034
11034
10634
10634

112

112
Sale

10234 Sale

Sale
Sale
130

68
96

Sale

9734
12434 130

10234 Nov. 23 103

Nov. 12

70

Nov. 12

62

Nov. 20

9534 Nov.

8

9834 Nov. 12

3 107 J

Sale
10734 107
12034 122

107

Nov.

119

Nov. 12 120 J

Nov.

11934 122

Nov. 12

Nov. 29

19 10434 June 3
8
19
9034 Jan.
0
Jan.
Sept. 17 101
Jan. 13
12334 Aug. 30 130
6
105
July 20 10934 Jan.
118
Apr. 28 12534 Jan. U
9934 Oct.
56

Oct.

93

Consol G E L At P Bait—

1,002,000

1971

10334 Sale

10334 Sale

103

...1943

6634 Sale

61
Sale
7834 Sale

60

Sale

101

334" series N

5 104

Nov.

3

9934 Apr.

70

Nov.

4

60
6034
9934
92
52

Oct.

9 10434 Feb.

Oct.

8

Consol Gas Utilities—
6s A stamped
605,000
7,249,000 Continental G Ac

El 5s ...1958

9434 Sale

406,000 Crucible Steel 5s........1940
362,000 Cuban Telephone 7Us—1941
1944
105,000 Cuban Tobacco 5s

102 J4 10334

432,000 Delaware Elec Pow 534«—1959

10334 Sale
107
108 34

166.000 Denver Gas Ac Elec 5s

1949

9634

7834

99
81

_

1,577,000 Detroit City Gas 5s B...1950
6s series A
1947
1,134,000
711,000 'Detroit Int Bdgs 6U>—1952
'Ctfs of deposit.....
408,000
306,000
♦25-yr s f deb 7s
1952
'Ctfs of deposit.........
288,000

'

5,738,000 Eastern Gas At Fuel 4s A.1956
1,581,000 Edison Elec Ilium 334 s
1965
2030
5,479,000 Elec Pow Ac Lt 5s
172,000 Elmlra Wat Lt At RR 8*.. 1956
1950
272,000 El Paso Elec 5s A
880,000 Empire Dint Elec 5s
..1952
2,174,000 Empire Oil At Refining 5 Us' 42
534s registered
....1942
1,000

$434 Sale
10834

10834
9334
10834
10334

Sale
113

10434

10334
9234 Sale

103

7934 Sale
10134 10234 101
95
9534 Sale
50
51
61
..

101
Sale
10834 Sale
99
100
Sale
105
5
634
4
;.Vv-'5':;::.
234
11
2
11

9534
60

Nov. 26

7534 Nov.
92

54

3

7934 Nov. 12

Nov. 22 10134 Nov. 5
97
Nov. 3
Nov.
8
Nov. 15
Nov. 15 54

10134 Sale 10034 Nov.
10834 10834 10834 Nov.
9934 Nov.
10134 Sale
105
Sale
10434 Nov.
5
Nov.
534 Sale
434 Sale
434 Nov.
134 Nov.
131
234
1
34 Nov.
'134

9
3
8
5

10234 Nov. 17
10834 Nov. 16
10134 Nov. 30
106

Nov. 10

23

734 Nov.

30
18
27

634 Nov. 5
234 Nov. 3
1
Nov. 22

6

71
Nov. 24 7834 Nov. 17
77
Sale
7234 Sale
10534 Nov. 1 106 341 Nov. 10
10534 Sale
10634 Sale
65
Nov. 20
73 341,Nov. 12
68
Sale
7134 Sale
105
10634 10434 10634 10434 Nov. 24 10534 Nov. 5
103
Nov. 23 10334|Nov. 16
102
10334 Sale
86
84
87
8734 8534 Nov. 17 87 341Nov. 18
75
Nov. 30 84
83
Sale
lNov. 5
7534 Sale

18 93]
Oct. 19 98]
Oct. 14 104j
Nov. 8 101

9834 Oct.
106

Jan.

Mar. 13
Jan. 19

July 30
July 20
Jan.

22

20 10534 Jan.

11

19

80

26 10934 Mar. 13

20 10634 May 12
Oct. 19 10734 Apr. 80
Jan.
Oct.
13!
7
19
Jan.
12 j
0
4
Oct. 19
Mar. 2
4!
134 Sept. 15
Mar. 2
Nov. 27
4j

9734 Oct.

9l

Nov. 24 9534
71
10034 Mar. 23 109
Oct.
19
57"
9634
102
May 22 115
101
July
7 10434
Oct. 20 10334
85
Oct. 13
65
9334
84
July
1 84

Jan. 22
Jan.

8

Jan.

27

Feb.

11

Oct.
Jan.

6
4
5

Jan.
July

1

Ercole Marelli Else Mfg

149,000
266,000

6U>
Erie

Lighting 5s

1953

1967

63

Sale

10534 106

6134 Sale

77

9134

stamped............1961

101

581,000 Firestone Cotton Mills 5s.l948
436,000 Firestone T Ac R Cal 5s..1942
25,000 First Bohemian Glass 7s. 1957

102

10234
10334
Sale
95

95

9^,000

6s

148,000

4,493,000

Florida Powar Ac Lt is

1954

Gary Elec ft Gas—
5s ext stamped ........1944
1,127,000

2,950,000 Gatineau Power 5s
6S
450,000
6s series B
470,000
•

For footnotes see page 53*




104
94

10034 Sale

101

Sale

1956

103

Sale

1941

101

1941

10134
9934 100

61

10434 10534 10434 Sale

91

Federal Water Serv SUs.1954
Finland Residential Mtge

62

7334

6534 Sale

55

Nov.-20

6134 Nov.
Nov.
10434 Nov. 10 105

6434 Nov. 23

10334 Sale
Sale

10134fNov.

105

10334;Nov.

Sale

10434 105

8534 Sale

93

Sale
95

8634 Sale

84
86
9034 Sale
10134 Sale 10254 Sale
10034 Sale
10034 Sale
Sale
9934 10034 101

104 34. Nov.
93
Nov.

8334 Nov.

7434 Nov.

1
4

3

11 7334 Feb.
10334 June 23 10834 Mar.
54

Oct.

63

Oct.

19

9334 Jan. 13

10334 Nov. 30 10134 Jan. 13 10334
105 341 Nov. 3 10254 Oct.
15 105 U
105
Nov. 4 10334 Aug. 17 10534
93
93
Nov. 12
Sept. 10 96
72 '
Oct. 91 10034
8934 Nov. 13

Nov.
1
85
Nov. 24 91
10134rNov. 1 103.. Nov. 13
Nov. 15
9934 Nov. 6 101
99MJNov. 5 10134 Nov! 19

82
99
96

96

4
0

Nov. 30Mar. 3
June 10
Jan.

16

Jan.

4

19 10134 Jan.
Sept. 25 10434 Jan.
Oct. 22 10234 Jan.
Oct. 20 10134 Jan.

5
21
25
21

Oct.

NEW
aggregate

YORK

CURB

sales

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

NEW YORK

In

Since

November

EXCHANGE

Jan. 1

Lowest

S

BONDS (Conrtnwd)

233,000 Gen
115,000 Gen
1,200,000 Gen
¥

117,000
1,013.000
5,013.000
563,000

!

86,000

j

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

CURB EXCHANGE

Bronze

con*

Pub Serr Co 5s

1953
.

1956

Gen Wat Wks & El 5s A-1943

Nov.

Highest
Sale Prices

78

3

74

85

1

76)* Nov.;

58)* Oct.
70)4 Jan
7234 Oct.

20

19

Nov. 29
Nov.
5

Nov. 24

81

83

Nov. 23

9054 Nov.

74

70
30

58

66% Nov.
2434 Nov.

3,001.000 Glen Alden Coal 4s—1965
440,000 Gobel (Adolf) deb4)4s —1941

1
3

1
Nov.
5
Nov. 18

Guardian Investors Corp—
5s series A
1948

Nov.

Jan.

29
12

88

Jan.

31

56

88

4

K

■

Aug. 12

Oct. 19 89)4
Oct. 19
89)|
Nov. 29 105
10654 Jan.
7 107
68
Oct.
19
94)4
43
Oct. 19 62

1
Nov. 29

69"" No"v.~22
50

97

105)4 Jan.

60

58.;-Nov.
88

Oct.

Oct. 18
21)4 Mar. 27

6854 Nov. 26

Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
Great North Pow 5s stpd 1950
Grocery Store Prod 6s
1945
Guantanamo At W Ry 6o„l958

Nov. 22 101H Jan. 13
Oct. 20 104)4 Jan.
0
19
99)4 Jan. 30
22
77
Mar. 22

3

9

77

Georgia Power raf 5s
1967
Georgia Pow Ac Lt 5s
1978
♦Gesfuerel 6s..... ...—.1953

418,000

91

Nov.

71)5 Nov.

1948

888,000
38,000
298,000
134,000

Lowest
Sale Prices

Sale Prices
81
Nov.
8

72

deb 6a_i940

Pub Utilities 6Hs A
♦Gen Rayon Ltd 6s A

Highest

Sale Prices
78
Nov. 22
85
Nov. 22

5

Jan. 16
Feb.
3
Jan.
5
June
1
Jan. 23
Jan. 22

,

.....

28

202,000 Hackensack Water
5sA—1977
216,000
1,319,000 HaU Printing 6s A stpd-1947
16.000 ♦Hamburg Elec Co 7s
1935
63.000 ♦Hamburg E 8c Und RySHe'38
683,000 HeUer (W E) & Co 4s w w.1946
245,000 HoustGulf.Gas 6Hsww.1943
446,000
6s
1943
10,000 ♦Hungarian-Ital Bk
7H«-1963
603,000 Hygrade Food 6s;ser A
1949
117,000
6s series B
1949
pPffi-V} [ ;
■;
338,000 Illinois Nor UtU 5s
1957
878,000 Illinois Pow Ac L 5H«
1957
1,112,000
SHs series "B"
1954
2,742,000
6s series A——
...1953
3,424,000
5s series C
-1956
9,000
5# registered
1956
564,000 Indiana Elec Corp 6s A..1947
149,000
6H« series B
..1953
891,000
As series C
1951

101

78

1.000

25

108)5
78

8

Nov.
Nov.

5
9

59

Nov.

58

Sale

Nov.

46)*

50

Sale
55)4 Sale
55H Sale

106

56

Sale

107H Sale

§44)* Sale
29H Sale

1952

Interstate Public Service
1956

69

4Hs series P
1958
(owo-Nebraska L Ac P 5s.. 1957
5s Series B

8 107H Nov.
Nov. 29 84
Nov.

80
111
107)* 106
Sale
55

Indiana Service 5s_..—1950
1st lien Ac ref 5s
1963

♦Indianapolis Gas 5s A..1952

6s

107H Nov.
81H

111)*
106

Debenture

'"Sale

63)5
96

64)*
Sale
Sale

55

Nov.

9 106
8
61
9
61

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3

Nov.

5

49)5 Nov, 24

51

105)* Nov. 12 106
53

Nov.

3

55H Nov. 30
53)5 Nov. 30

57

Nov. 26
Nov. 12

61)* Nov.
56

3

6

Nov. 30

106)5 Nov. 20 107)5 Nov. 6
40
Nov.
8 46)5 Nov. 15
25)* Nov. 24 31
Nov. 15
68

Nov. 24

62)5 Nov. 18
93)5 Nov. 3

74
68

Nov.

5

Nov. 12

96)5 Nov. 17

96

1958

106

1957
Isarco Hydro-El 7s
1952
Isotta Fraschlnl7s
....1942
2,250.000 Italian Superpower 6s
1963

99

99)5

57

62

5 105)5 Nov. 15
98)5 Nov. 26 100
Nov.
9
55)5 Nov. 12 60
Nov.
3

73

80

72

45.000

95

Nov. 22

96

Nov. 30

105)5 Nov.

Nov. 12

41)* Sale

40)5 Nov. 22

37

425,000 JacksonvilleGas 5s stmpdl942
470,000 Jersey Cent P At L 5s B—1947
1,922,000
4Ha series C..........1961

Oct.
Nov. 20

88)4 Feb.

Sept. 15

86)4 Feb. 16

9

36

Sale

Nov.

73)* Nov. 12
46

1

Nov.

1

78

48

52

18

97

Nov. 10

98
Nov. 9
3 113)5 Nov. 24
8 101)5 Nov. 12
78)5 Nov. 24 84
Nov.
1
78
Nov. 20
83 ¥ Nov.
1

98

1948

96)5 Nov. 26

1955

Sale

Sale

98

Nov.

99)5 Nov.

4

..1943

Jan.
82)4 Jan.

7

7

20

77

Jan.

p

21

19

83)4 Feb.

8

6954 Jan.

11

19

Jan. 23
Jan. 22
Feb.
2
Feb.
8

10454 Apr.
5 106)4 May 26
9854 Nov. 26 105)4 Jan.
5
54
Oct. 19
7954 Feb. 23
71

Oct.

19
20

32)4 Oct.

99

79

1961

Oct.

103

110)5 Nov.

5
7

78

Oct. 19 96
58)4 Oct. 19 88)4
92
June 17 10454
92
July
1 104)4

3

Nov.

19

62

1104)5 Nov. 18

78)5 Sale

1969

Oct.
Oct.

53

40
3 105

Nov. 12

4
8
4

53 )4 Nov. 30
81
Feb. 10
105
Mar. 20 109
May 25
32
Oct. 19 76H Jan. 18

104)5 Nov.

95)5 $7
113)5 116
100)5 Sale

1947

Oct.

49)4 Nov. 24

102)* Nov.

Sale

Oct.
Jan.

20 101

10354 Mar. 12 10654 Apr. 21

104)5 Sale

2022

Oct.

10954 Feb. 24 111
June
10554 Mar. 17 10754 June
45
Oct
19
79)4 Jan.

103

65,000 Kansas El Pow 3HS.....1966
163.000 Kansas Gas At Elec 6s
554,000 Kansas Power 5s A
1,261,000 Kentucky UtUities 5s
1,113.000
5s
465,000
6Hs series D
179,000
5Ha series P
163,000 Kimberly Clark 5s A

29 10534 Sept.!
13
33)4 Apr. 13

10654 Aug. 19 108

1

5 111?

1961

Iowa Pow Ac Lt 4Hs A
Iowa Pub Serv 5s
*

4

23 103)4 June i

Jan.
4 108
Aug. 11
Nov. 26
9954 Jan. 21
19 106)4 Jan. 11
19 106)4 Feb.
4
79
Oct. 19 104)4 Jan.
8
10154 Mar. 8 102)4 Mar. 8
82
Oct. 19105
Jan. 22
85)4 Oct. 25 106)4 Jan. 20
70
Oct. 19 99
Jan. 14
93
Apr.
1
93
Apr.
1

1955

5s series D

27)4 Aug. 19

19 104 H Feb.

83)4 Oct.
84)4 Oct.

327,000 int Pow Sec 6H* series C.1955
293,000
7s series E
..1957
198.000
7s series P
1952
244,000 International Salt 5s
1951
5,579.000 Interstate Power 5s—...1957

930.000
1,497.000
1,062,000
332.000
170,000
916,000
374.000

18
29

106
74

2,525,000 lnd*poils P Ac L 5s serA-1957

2,087.000

1

12
9
3734 Sept. 8

29 102)4 Feb.

62

Indiana Gen Service 5S..1948
Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A.1958
Indiana 8c Mich El 5a
1957
1st Ac ref 5s

15

74

5a C registered........ 1951

20,000
343,000
109,000
245,000
1,240.000
713,000
238,000

v

75)4 Jan.

Nov.
Jan.
20)4 Mar.
91
Oct.
95)4 Nov.
97)4 Nov.

-

*

19

23

-

.

Oct.

Apr. 13 107
Oct.
Nov. 13 10954 Jan.

102

35

80
71

Feb.
Feb.

5
1

Oct. 26
5654 Jan. 26
Mar. 9 10554 Apr. 22
Oct. 19 10554 Jan. 18

9354 June 22 98
Oct. 30
110)4 Nov. 3 121)4 Jan. 18

98
Nov. 8 104)4 Jan.
65)4 Oct. 19 99)5"Jan.
Oct. 19 9954 Jan.
Oct. 2010754 Jan.
Oct. 19 103)4 Jan.
101)4 June 12 104)4 Jan.

65
93
85

19
23

15
16
25
21

Lake Superior Dlst Power—

704.000

3)5 s series A
2,410.000 Lehigh Pow Secur 6s

1966

94
103

2026

22.000 ♦Leonard Tlets Inc
7HS-1946
Lexington Utll 5s
1952
Libby McNeill Ac Llbby 5s 1942

482,000
1,034,000
309,000
366.000
1,969.000

"96 ~~ Nov."26
104)* Nov.

Lone Star Gas Corp 5s—.1942
Long Island Ltg 6s
1945
Loeislana Pow Ac Lt 5s—.1957

1,039,000
1,846,000
341,000
240,000

Mississippi Pow 5s

2,284,000
Deb 5s series B
..2030
1,515,000 (*Nat Pub Serv 5s C O D.1978
303,000 Nebraska Power 6a
2022
604,000
4Hs
1981
372,000 Nelsner Bros Realty 6a.. 1948
2,073,000 Nevada Calif Elec 5s
1956

229,000
*5s stamped..........1942
981,000
*6s series A
1949
90,000 N Y Cent Elec 5Hs
1950
255,000 N Y Pa Ac O RR 4H« stpd.1950




Jan.

93

3 104
22 104

20

Jan.
Jan.
19 118
Feb.
3 107)4 Jan.
18 99)4 Jan.
19 97)4 Mar.

Nov, 27106% Feb.

86

30
5

13
19

|7
5

1?

Oct. 20 102)4 Jan. 21
Oct. 20 106
Jan.
5
Oct. 20 9954 Jan. 15
77)4 Oct. 21 100)4 Jan. 16
107 v
Feb. 25 109)4 Apr. 20
59H Oct.
1
8454 Feb.
3
6954 Nov. 24 74
Oct. 30
92
June 29 100)5LFeb..
9
95
68

99)* 100

12)5 Sale
105)* Sale
102)* 102)*
93
48

93)5
Sale

124)51129
107)* 108)5
109)* 110-

96)5

96)5

101)* 101K
92
92)*
87)5"" 88

103 •*. Sale
108 X 109)5

3,353.000 N Y P Ac L Corp 1st 4Ht—1967 105)5
2,056.000 N Y State E Ac G 4Hs
1980 102 H
68,000 N Y Ac Westchester Ltg 5s '54 112)*
348,000
4a
2004 102
For footnotes aeejpage 63,

106.54LMay 14

1?.

551,000 New Amsterdam Gas 5a..1948 120)*
[121
2,608,000 New Eng G At Elec Assn 5sl947
78
78)5
1,037;000
5a
1948
78 H Sale
2,723,000
Conv deb 5s
1950
78)5 Sale
3,094.000 New Engl Pow Assn As
1948 100)5 Sale
3,098,000
Deb5Ha
—1954
New Orleans Pub Serv—

25

1 105

Nov.
Oct.
80)4 Oct.
10054 Nov.
79
Oct.
64
Oct.
81

(♦Missouri Pub Serv is A.'47

328,000 Nassau Ac Suffolk Ltg 5s. 1945
1,071,000 Nat Pow At Lt 6a* *A"
2026

18105
Jan. 29
27 106
Feb. 25
13 105)4 Feb. 19
30 107
May 8

July

76

1955

Steamship Line
♦6Hsctfa of dep.w w—1937

Oct.

Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

22)4 May
6 27)4 Aug.
97)4 Oct 21 101
Aug; 20

1955

Munson

634,000

93

10154
102)4
9954
102)4

m-

Miss Power Ac Light 5s.—1957
Miss River Power 5s
..1951

21,000
5a aerlea A............I960
411,000 Montana Dakota UtU 5Hs*44

93
Mar. 12 10154 Jan.
5
99)4 Oct. 19 111)1 Jan.
8
18)4 Mar. 17 26)4 July 30

87

640,000 Milwaukee G L 4Ht—.1967
1,189.000 Minn Pow Ac Lt 4 Hs
1978
1st Ac ref 5s

3

104)* Nov .17
104)5 Nov. 20

119.000 ♦Manitoba Power 5 Ho—1951
♦Mansfield Kilning At Smelt—
12,000
7s Ex-warrants...
1941
138,000 Marion Reserve Pow 4Hs 1952
331.000 McCord Rad & Mfg 6s
1943
1,076,000 Memphis P Ac L Ssser A..1948
1,019,000 Men gel Co 4Ha
1947
764,000 Met Edison 4s series E...1971
129,000 Middle Sts Petrol 6 Hs A.1945
842,000 Midland Valley RR 5a
1943

666,000

Nov. 1
Nov. 10

106
Sale
113

103)5

2)4 Oct.

19

14)4:Jan.

F2

99)4 Nov. 29 107
71

Oct.

66)4 Nov.
May
106)4 Oct,
106)4 June
44

89

69

20
23

10

Jan.
8
10754 Feb. ' 3
97)** Jan. 16
51
Jan.
7
126)4 Jan. 21
110
May
1

19
25
Nov. 16 110
Jan.
Oct. 19 ^99)4'Jan.

4

12
M

113

Apr.
3 121)4 Jan. 16
47)4 Oct. 19 84)4 Jan. 22

45
44
81

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

84)4 Oct.
85
60
99
101

Oct.

19
19

85

Jan.
8454 Jan.
19 101)4 Jan.
19 102 54.Jan.

22
7

27

9554 Jan.

2?

Oct. 19
92
Nov. 23 10454
Nov. 22 109)4
10454 Oct. 19 107)4
94
Nov.
9 104)4
110)4 Apr.
6 11254
100
Apr.
1 104)4

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
July
Nov.

22

12

22
3

15
4
27
28
12

*

•

EXCHANGE

CURB

YORK

NEW

52

Price

NEW YORK

Jan. 2

EXCHANGE

CURB

Since

Ask

BONDS (Continued)—
$
236,000 Nippon Bloc Pow *tta__.1953
884,000 Nor Amor LAP 554* A...1W6
1948
612,000 Nor Cont Util 5 54» A
201,000 Nor Indiana GAB 4*-.—1452
711,000 Nor Ind Pub Sanr M.....1966
5b series D
1969
812,000
4
E
1970
1,154,000
466,000 Northwest Rlec 6s stpd.,1945
976,000 Nor'west Pub 8err 5s A..1957

57

87
Sale

85

108
109 Vi 108 Vi Sale
98
100
99
100
Nov.
97
9834 Sale
98 Vi Sale
92 Vi Nov.
92 Vi
9354 93 54 Sale
102 54 Nov.
10254 103 Vi
10254 Sale
8834 Nov.
Sale
Sale
90

108

Sale

103 54

105
105

651,000 Ogden Gas Co 0s........1945 110V< llOVi
456,000 Obio Power 5s series B . . . 1952 10554 10554
468,000
«Hi series D
.......1956 104 54 10454
9954 Sale
1951
1,951,000 Okla Nat Gas 4 He A
Conr deb 5s
...1946 10354 Sale
2,343,000
9454 Sale
701,000 Okla Pow A Water 5s A..1948

123,000 Pacific Coast Power 5s...1940
1941
793,000 Pacific Gas A El 6s B
Pacific Investing 5s A
1948
43,000 Pacific Ltg A Pow 5s....1942
2,971,000 Pacific Power A Light 5s. 1955

58,000

7:164,000
2,912,000

Palmer Corp

105 Vi 10654
119
12054

80

Sale

Pow 4>%s 1977

1979

5s

68 Vi Sale
10054 102

39

32

Sale

87

Sale
Sale

90

85

98

90

9454

Sale

87 Vi
96

10554 105V4

87

series F.1971
Penn-Ohlo Edison 6t
1950

10554 10554
5Vis series B
1959 10454 105
Sale
Penn Pub Serv 6s C
1947 106
106
5s series D
—....1954 106
Penn Water A Pow 4MS..1968 10554 106
5s
...1940 110 Vi Sale
9854
99
1,490,000 Peoples Gas Lt A Coke 4s B'81
27
2754
1,578,000 t*Peoples Lt A Pow 5s..1979

87

93 Vi
89 Vi

Without warrants....

95

84 >4 Nov.

Sale

86 Vi

lOVi Sale

1134

87

Nov.

Vi Nov.

19

1 108

Jan.

Jan.

23
4

22 10254 Jan.
Jan.
4 117

14

Oct.

84

11154 Nov.

8

9354 Jan. 16
Aug. 21
9954 Mar. 17 103
Oct.

51

19

Nov. 5
19 38
2
19 10554 Jan.
27 10554 Jan. 18
Jan.
9
8454 Nov. 23 103

30
95

Oct.

87 Vi Nov.

Nov.

3

89

Oct.
Oct.

,

96

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

98

Oct.

8354 Oct.

89 Vi Nov.

Mar. 9
10554 Jan. 22
109
Apr. 23
10654 Jan. 25

106

May

10054 May

108

June 23
19
Jan. 15
3054 Jan. 18

Mar.

105

11154 Jan.

3 10754 Mar.
76
Oct.
8754 Nov. 3
554 Oct.
15
Nov. 16

Nov. 26 10834 Nov.
Nov.

9

834 Nov.

fl"

11

Jan.

19 119

Nov. 26
3 103
9 107 Vi Nov. 27

Nov.

Jan.

Oct.

80
5
5 10654 Nov. 15 105

Nov.

7

May
1
Jan. 19

11354 Oct.

102

5
3
1
4

38
88

23

Nov.

4

Nov. 26

Nov.

82

Nov. 26

106 Vi 10654 10654 10634
103
102
101
10754
106 Vi 107
Sale
108 Vi 108 Vi 108

14

Jan.

Nov.

9454 Nor. 29

Sale

19
26
12
23

Nov.

24
15
3
13
26
6

Nov. 16
Nov. 4
Nov. 9

37
84

36
Sale
96
86 Vi

37

10554 Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

10154 Oct. 19 11154
26 10454 Jan. 20 108
Feb. 11 10554
18 103
92
Oct. 22 10054
17
79
Nov. 26 10854
4
80
Nov. 6 100
10

5
20
16

Nov. 15

Nov. 8
84
Nov. 8 84
84
90
11254 Nov. 5
11254 U354 lllVi Nov. 4
63
Nov. 22 7054 Nov. 15
6534 Sale
Nov. 22
Nov. 30 102
101
Sale 101

112 Vi 115

Penn Electric 4s

494,000
686,000
374,000
204,000
113,000
508,000

115

89 Vi

82

8654 Feb.
8354 Nov. 30 10054 Jan.
Nov. 20
09 H Jan.
35
Oct. 19
Nov. 13
10854 Nov.
Nov. 19 10654 Jan.
107
Jan.
95
Oct.
Nov. 4
95
Oct.
10554 Jan.
Nov. 9
23 100
10454 Jan.
Nov. 17
8954 Oct.
8 94
10554 Jan.
1 103V4 Nov. 3 10154 Oct.
105
Jan.
88
Oct.
Nov. 10
26 92
Nov. 22

65

104
Nov. 19
104 Vi 10254 Nov. 12
115V4 Nov.
1
115 Vi 11454 Nov. 9

104 Vi 100

115 5i

115 Vw 118
87 Vi Sale

80

83Vi

82

102

Bldg 3s..1964

Penn Cent Lt A

92 Vi
83

90

1938 10254 Sale

of Lt 6s

Park Lexington

259,000

1,353,000

102
10234 102
103 V4 Sale
106
106 34 106
106 V4 108
10434
104 Vi 105 Vi 105 V4 Sale
95
96 V4 Sale
96
Sale
79
84
Sale

10154 10254

Without warrants...

413,000

Sale

99

Sale

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
54
Oct. 27

85 Vi
4234
Nov. 20 10854
Nov. 18 10054

Sale

43

39

108"

Highest
Sale Prices

57 Vi Nov.
Nov. 30
83
Nov. 19
40

65

Highest

Lowest

Lowest

Ask

Ask Bid
62 Vi
Sale
83 Vi
98

Bid

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937

Jan. 1

;r;

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

NOVEMBER

PRICES IN

SALES

AQOREQATE.

8

100

'

v.

i'

\

.

1972

1,518,000 Phlla Elec Power 5 Vis
234,000

Transit 6s.-1962
Hydro-Electric Co

Phlla Rapid

Piedmont

109 Vi 11154
96 Vi
97 Vi

6 Vis series A
904,000
...
I960
60,000 Pittsburgh Coal 6s......1949
452,000 Pittsburgh Steel 6s......1948
94,000 ♦Pomerania Elec Co 4a—1953
737.000 Portland Gas A Coke 5s. 1940

62 V4 Sale
10654 Sale
105V4
21 Vi
78 V4 Sale

Potomac Edison 5s ser E.1956
417,000
4Vis series P
.....1961
198,000 Potrero Sugar 7s stamped 1947
233,000 Power Corp of Can 4 Vis B 1959
265,000 Power Securities Corp 6s. 1949
20.000 ♦Prussian Elec 6s........1954
Pub Service Co of N J—

106

555,000

1

638,000

6% perpetual

certificates

Sale
10654

106
76 V4
79
100
101 Vi

144

142

5s series
4 Vis

11034 111 Vi 109 Vi Nov. 26 11234 Nov. 5
Nov. 18
74
Nov. 30 76
74
Sale
60

6154 Sale

105
10454 108
97
9954 97
20

;f 25

18

56

Sale

65

107 Vi

98

~

;

633,000 {♦St Louis Gas A Coke 6s.*47
585,000 Safe Harbor Water Pr 4 Vis '79
974.000 San Ant Pub Serv 5s B...1958
42,000 San Joaquin L A P 6s B..1952
....1955
86,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s
♦Saxon Public Works—

88,000
364,000
663,000
78,000
993,000
244,000
529,000

105 54

L05

5Vi*-1952

26V4

2254

94,000 ♦Ruhr Gas Co 6Vis...—1953
61.000 ♦Ruhr Housing 654s A...1958

24

Sale

110

B..........1968 103Vi 104
D........—1970 103 Vi 104 Vi

26

Sale

Sale
Sale

106 V4
111

%

99 Vi

106 5i
103

4

10234
103 Vi

10054

Oct.

Nov. 27

102
94

Oct.

19 10554 Jan.

Oct.

19

9854 Jan.

Oct.

19

96

5454 Oct.

19

104

208,000 Standard Invest SVi«....l939
1957

4,041,000 {Stand Power A Lt 6s

106 Vi
1 Sale
89

9654
82 Vi

99Vi

41

stamped.........1940

45

47

7s 2d stamped ........1946
250,000
416,000 Super Power of fll*4Via..l970
4 Vis
1968
561,000

45

47

776,000 fenn Elec Power 5s......1956
1970
472,000 Tenn Pub Serv 5s
Ternl Hydro-Electric Co—
6Vis series A..........1953
886,000
3,020,000 Texas Elec Service 5s....1960
3,480,000 Texas Power A Lt 5a—1956
6s
2022
61,000
713,000 Tide Water Power 5s A...1979

104 Vi'105 54

10454 *105 V4

9551 96
81

'

83

6654 Sale
10554 10554
105 V4 Sale
112

102

103

1st mtge geld 5s
1962
Twin City Rap Tr 5 Vis A.1952

For footnotes see page 53*




Nov. 26

1

5

,

88

t?*

Nov. 13

61V4 Nov. 26
vP,

6

Aug. 21
Aug. 10

3

7

Oct.

18

1854 Mar. 23

Nov.

2254 Mar. 16

1
Nov. 29

125

1

22

1

24

27

Nov. 24

Nov.

26

2454 Nov. 23

3 10454 Jan. 25 10854 May 26
Jan.
6
4 10054 Apr. 12 107

Nov.

3 127

125

10954 Nov. 16 112

Nov.

9454 Nov. 18 10054 Nov.

60

82

80

Sale

90

Nov. 16
9
Nov.
Nov. 29

WiH
95
Sale
Sale

94

79

^87

101

100

101 Vi 103
6154 Sale
61
Sale
60 ;; > 64

5854
5854

6054
6054
Sale

59

Mar. 23 108
..

04

10554 Nov. 17
vNov. 6 10554 Nov. 17 162H Jail. 25 87
59
Nov.
1
Nov. 19
5| Nov. 19 10354 Jan. 7
Jan.
8
8?
Oct. 19
Nov. 17
8754 Nov. 3 93
Jan.
2
90
Nov. 26 104
90
Nov. 26 9754 Nov. 18
7QH Oct. 25 10454 Jan. 21
79
Nov. 30 8254 Nov. 19

100

Nov.23

53

Nov.\ 6

53
Nov. 6
5454 Nov. 23
53
Nov. 8
53
Nov. 4

0154 Nov. 8
6354 Nov. 15
6354 Nov. 15
6354 Nov. 15

19

Oct.

19

96

Mar.

3954 Oct. 19

96

Mar.

19

Oct.

19

Oct.

19

79
Sale
Sale

Nov.

5

7h

50

Nov.

4

61

Oct.

8

24

Nov. 12
Nov. 30

35

1754 Nov.

16

Oct.

45
Sale

43
40

46
Sale
10454 Sale
105 Vi 1106
..i..

10554 Sale
10554 Sale

74 U

5954 Sale

*5855

Sale
Sale

78
64

Nov. 4
Nov. 18 44
Nov. 30
Nov.
1 40
10454 Nov. 1 10654 Nov. 18
10554 Nov. 24 10654 Nov. 13
41

38

Nov. 8
5954 Nov. 10

70

5554 Nov.
59
94 54 «Nov.
9554 Sale
Nov.
10354 Sale 10254 Sale 102
Nov.
\ 9954 98
,102 54 96
83 54 .Nov.
83 Vi *8654
8554 Sale
57

Sale

97 34 *98

f

116V4 117 Vi

108

Sale

*64

Sale

78
64

'

Nov. 18
Nov. 30

42 ^ Sale
Sale

61

62Vi '59

20

35

20

25

^

2354
2354

Sale
35
25

70
55

3
59
Nov. 20
254
9854 Nov. 5
24 10354 Nov. 3 102
98
98
Nov. 18
18
80
8 8854INov. 13

Nov. 20

Nov. 24
Nov.

59
Nov. 6
2454 Nov. 16
24
Nov. 26

Jan.

5 102
19
19

96

Mar.
r.

4454 Jan.

8

8

14

8
_

8

July 12
Jan.

Sept.
Aug.

26
3
6

98]
85]

Jan.

22

Oct.

19

80

Oct.

20 106

Feb. 23
Jan.
4
Feb.
5

Nov.
Oct.

8

Nov. 24 106
Nov. 18 113

Oct.

Jan.

,

15
10

Feb. .4
23

19 10454 Jan.

10754"Nov. 26 10854TNov. 13 10654 Jan.

35
3854 363
113 \ 1——- 1133

60

tfov.

37
Apr. 29 56
37
May
3 4954
10254 Mar. 24 10654
102
Mar. 23 10654

13
23

Oct.

109
Apr. 18
9454 Jan.
5

67

Nov.

1

455

43

Nov.

6

55
June 10
31 V Oct. 19
111 UMar. 20 11754 Jan, 15

4

—

Oct.

Oct.

42
42
42
40

75

63

Jan. 18
Mar, 8
Mar. 8
Mar. 9
Mar. 9

95
95
95
9554

40

5

113 34

68
24
24

9954 Oct. 11 106

Nov.

38

8

105
51

72

44

11

6
8 108
Mar. 18 10754 Aug. 23
6
Mar. 23 11054 Jan.

4

6754* 7454
5654 Sale
Sale

23

Jan.
Jan*

Apr.

1,03

9

Mar. 29

Jan.
19 101
19 10954 Jan.

Oct.

5154 Nov.

24

72

19

Oct.

Sale

19

Feb.

Oct.

61

57 X

105,

3
18 10454 Feb.
16 10554 July 13

60

Nov. 18
6554 Nov. 15
6554 Nov. 15

10754 Sale
66 Vi Sale

65

19

,70

6054 Nov. 4
8254 Nov. 23
9454 Nov. 10
10354 Nov. 18

9

20

Sale

75

Sept.

47
Mar. 2
6
18 10354 Jan.
10754 May 18
11

Oct.

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Mar.

61

Sale
5954 Sale

Jan. 26
Nov. 29

35

Mar. 18

3

Sale

106 Vi Sale
94 Vi Sale

.....

3 132

Nov.

10754 Feb. 23 112

61

58 54

18

21

Apr.

9

Sale

Jan

.18

8
Nov. 9
10754 Nov. 10 10854 Nov.
10034 Nov. 23 10254 Nov.

24

6
12
19

Jan.
9254 Jan.

Nov. 5
2154 Nov. 18

26

2554 Nov. 24
21
Nov. 5

Nov.

Nov. 13
19 104
Mar. 16 10554 May 26

Nov. 29 107

88

9254 Nov. 16

Nov. 29

2454

United Elec Service 7s.—1956

475,000
Without warrants........
54,000 ♦United Indus 6Vis.
1941
102,000
Mst 6s
1945

1

Nov.

28

92

Ulen A Company—

261,000
6s 4th stamped........1950
269,000 United Elec of N J 4s—1949

3

Nov.

65

Toledo Bdlson Co—

1,531,000
2,789.000

Nov.

,

87

40

9

Nov. 20

10254 Nov. 1
103
Nov. 17
4 104
103 54 10254 Nov
103
10454 Nov. 20 10654 Nov. 17
10534 106
5 10854 Nov. 23
10854 10954 10654 Nov.

59

lOOVi 101V4
88 Vi Sale

Nov.

67

Sale

105

...1950
(Huge) Indus—

♦Stair re tt Corp 5s..

3

9834

92

Sale
Sale

1

Nov. 19

60
79

84
92
Sale
102 54 Sale
102 Vi 10254
104 Vi 105
106
10654

6

July

Nov. 13

Nov.

9454
Sale
100 Vi
1065a
107
Nov. 12 10154
Sale
10254 Nov. 30 105
Sale
103
10154
Sale
10354,10354 10254 Nov. 1 10354 Nov. 18
Nov. 8 10154
103
Nov. 3 104
Sale
103 54 U04

64

2

Mar.

Nov. 13

233
953

82

8

Feb. 10

10354 Mar. 30 10554 Apr. 21
3
i°7 54 Oct. 19 11254 Aug.
July 15
Oct. 19 105
100
7
Mar. 16 10454 July
101

Nov. 27

3

Nov. 13

26

Sale

103
Sale

Sale

Jan, 14

Jan.
Mar.

Nov. 19

109

Gas

319,000 S'western Pub Serv 6s A.1945 10454 106
90 VI Sale
977,000 {♦Standard Gas A Elec 6s.*35
89
90V4
♦6s Certlfs of deposit._1935
1,601,000
90 Vi Sale
♦Conv 6s
1935
803,000
89
9154
♦6s Conv ctfs of deposlti935
998,000
91 Vi Sale
6s_.
1951
3,081,000
90 Vi Sale
6s..
....
1966
2,496.000

7 147

130

27

22

1

5 13354 Nov. 12 12854 Oct.

Sale

60
Sale

of California 4Vis
1968
501,000
821,000 Southern Indiana Ry 4s. 1951
332,000 S'western Assoc Tel 5s A.196l|
782,000 Southwestern LAP 5s..l957
394,000 Southwestern PAL 6s..2022

7s 2d

9«
107]

Nov.

102 Vi Nov. 24
102 Vi Nov. 24
Nov.
8
102

28
26 Vi

127

.....

Stlnnes

24 Vi

10854 110

229,000 Sheridan Wyo Coal 6s—1947
286,000 Sou Carolina Power 5s.. 1957
2025
2,781,000 Southeast PAL 6s
3,382,000 Sou Calif Ed 35i«—May 11960
354 s series B
July 11960
1,282,000
Debentures 3Vis
1945
1,350,000
1st A ret mtge 41......1960
628,000

245,000

26
23

101'

25
...1937
6s..1951
10254 10354
Scrlpps (E W) Co 5Vis
1943
Servel Inc 5s
...1948 107Vi
Shawlntgan WAP 4Vis..l967 103 Vi 104

2,094,000

89

132 Vi

107
106 Vi

106

6s

Southern Counties

80

20 Vi

Nov. 17

July 29

104 Vi Nov.

854 Sale
1054
10754 10834 Sale
102 Vi 10154 102

1754 Sale
106

♦Schulte Real Estate

454s series
4 Vis series

9434

20
1834

Nov. 23 108
Oct. 19 107
1854 Apr.
6 25
57
Nov. 24 85

108
Nov. 1 10554 Jan. 20
Apr.
6 109
Nov. 19 104
5854 Nov. 19 81
Nov. 15
96
Sept. 27 104
Nov. 29
9054 Oct. 21 102
Nov. 3
3 100
18
Feb. 25 25
1 2154 Nov. 10

Nov.

1

307,000 Queens Boro GAB

Feb. 19
Jan. 19
Jan.
7
Aug.
5
Jan. 22

77

15

106
96

Nov.

101

10554
10954 11034
llOVi 115
100
4102 54 10234 103
10254 Sale
102 541103
10234 Sale
102341103
103
1104 Vi 104 *4105
99
9954
99341101
70
Sale
73 5i Sale
66 '
68
70
Sale
63 Vi
66
6654 Sale
92

Oct.

52

Nov. 23
Nov. 18

Nov.

60

105

104 Vi 104 Vi

Nov. 20

4 10754
Nov.
5 10754
61
Nov. 19
98Vi Nov. 3 10054
Nov.

129 Vi 132

Sale

132 Vi

IP

~2i" "§5"

Sale

20

5634 Nov. 8 64
62
Nov. 23 106
106 Vi 106
Sale
9654 Nov. 8
20
Nov. 27
25
57
Nov. 24 65
59

10754 HO
10654 108

Sale

10654 HO
56
61
70
98 Vi
98 Vi 100

Sale

D..........1950

73

67

C............1950

series

Sale

112

10054 101V4
20 V4
25

105
223,000 Pub Serv of Nor IBs 5s C.1966 104
7113 Vi
5s
1956 112
531,000
429,000
4Vis series D
........1978 102 Vi 10354
4Vis series E..........1980 10254 10354
616,000
4Vis series F
1981 103 Vi 103 54
1,400,000
4 Vis series I...
......1960 10554 106
717,000
1966 16554 Sale
945,000 Pub Serv of Okla 4s
Sale
3,894,000 Puget Sound PAL 554S-I949

1,465,000
1,955,000

Oct.
6
10854 Mar. 18 113
74
Nov. 30 9954 Mar. 15

■

114

Nov. 18

63

Nov. 13

245i^Nov. 16
2554 Nov. 19

4954 Oct. 20
2054 Mar. 25
1954 Mar. 18

7954 Feb.

5

27

1
6

28

July
Aug.

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE
AQQREQATR

SALES

In

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

NEW TORE
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

Lowest
Bid

BONDS (Concluded)—
United Lt Ac Pow 654*
Deb 6i

72 H Sale
665i Sale
99 >4 10054

1974
1975

554i

1959

United Lt & Rys S54>-

1952

73 54 Sale
10454 Sale

it aerlea A

1952

Deb it aerlea A

1973

61

Utah Power A Light 454*1944
it aerlea A
2022

88

Vamma Water Power 554a *57
Virginia Pub 8er 554* A..1946
6a.
1946
5a aerlea B...., .......1950

Waldorf Astoria

Ask

82

Sale
92
Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Lowest

66
Nov. 24 7254 Nov.
1
59 H Nov. 24 67
Nov. 1
99
Nov. 26 102
Nov. 15

7154 Nov. 26

76

47

Conr

9454 Jan.

19
89 Hz Jan.
20 107 (Jan.

6154 Oct.

Nov. 12

103 54 Nov. 30 108
Nov. 15
60
Nov. 24 6354 Nov. 30
84
Nov. 24 91
Nov. 18
76
Nov. 27 84
Nov. 15

20

103

June 30 115
Jan.
Oct. 20 «R954 Jan.

84
76

103 54
90 54 Sale
84
Sale
84 54
88

Nov. 24 102
Nov. 27 103

10254 Feb.
85

Oct.

75

Oct.

81

Oct.

14
19
14

9654 Jan. 23

52

Jan.

Jan.

18

13
12
21

8 10454 Oct. 20
20 10454 Jan.
8
18 101
Jan. 11
19 10254 Jan. 29

Corp—
11
Oct. 19 3254
10454 Nov. 20 108
10554 Apr. 14 107
103
June
3 1O6H

Newspaper Union—

deb

Oct.

Sale Prices

9754 Oct.

♦5a Income deb........1954
Wash Gas Light Co 5s
1958
Wash Ry St Alec 4a
1951
Wash Water Power 5s
1940

Western

Highest

Sale Prices
53
Oct. 18

6s

1944

38

West Penn Elec 5s
2030
West Penn Traction Is..l960
West Texas Utll 5s A
1957
West United G A E 554* A 55

Wheeling Elec Co 5s

93

101
75

Wis Minn Lt A Pow 5a... 1944
Wisconsin P A L 4a A.... 1966

Yadkin River Power 5a.. 1941
York Rys Co St
1937

8
Jan. 13
Mar. 17
Feo.
2

Nov. 29
7954 Feb. 11
Oct. 19 10554 Jan.
2
Nov. 23 114 54 Jan.
8
Oct. 19
9954 Jan. 28

10254 Oct. 19 10554
10554 Feb. 10 108
105
Oct. 21 10754
8954 Nov. 16 10254

1941

June

Jan.
9
Apr. 30
Nov. 10
Jan.
9

10354 June 30 10754 Jan.
79

Nov. 30 10054 Jan.

19
6

POREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL
Agrlcul Mtge Bk Rep of Col—

168,000
♦ It-year 7a
Jan
227,000
♦20-year 7e
Jan
72,000 ♦Baden (Germany) 7s

15 1946
15 1947
1951

Buenos Aires (Prov) ,"y

115,000
81,000

*754* stamped.........1947
#7s stamped
19521
♦Crttucs Valley (Dept
of)Rep of
Colombia extl a f 7e._ .1948
♦Ceo* Bk of German State A
Prov Banke 6a B......1951

695,000

134,000
86,000
*6s A
1952
280,000 Oanlah Cona Munlc 554a_1955
154,000
5s
1
....1953

X
Danslg P A Wat'way Bo
128,000
external a f 654*
1952
367,000 ♦German Cona Munlc 7a. 1947
377.000
*6s
1947
96,000 ♦Hanover (City) Ger 7e_.1939
92,000 ♦ Hanover (Prov) 654a
194*
388,000 ♦Lima (City). Peru. 654*-1958
138,000 ♦Maranhao (State) 7s
1958
431,000 ♦Medellln (Colombia) 7s.l951
„

.138,000
134,000
115,000
877.000
14,000
401,000
462,000
519,000
596,000
,133,000
604,000
424,000

Mendosa (Prov) Argentina
754s-4s stamped ......1951
Mtge Bank of Bogota—

»7s Issue of May 1927
*7* Issue of Oct 1927

1947
1947

♦Mtge Bank of Chile 6s.. 1931
6s stamped
...1931
Mtge Bank of Denmark 5sl97i
♦Parana (Stateof). Bras 7s'58
♦Rio de Janeiro 64b_„._195'>
♦Russian Govt 454s..1919
♦Certificates of dep.....
*5 54a

19II

♦Certificates of dep.....
Santa Fe (City) Argentina

235,000
*7t stamped..........1945
491.000 ♦Santiago (Chile) 7a
1949
198,000
*7t
..1961

•

No pmr value.

Abbreviations Used Above (Cont.)—

n

Sold under the role.

a

Deferred delivery sale,

r

Sold for caah.

Ex-dividend.

♦

Bonds being traded flat.

t Reported in receivership.
Abbreviations Used Above:
"cod,* certificates of deposit
"cons." consolidated.

*n-v." non-voting.

nUnder the rule sales, in which
in computing range, are

"w i," when issued,

"x-w." without warrants.

account is

taken

Carnation Co., Nov. 29 at 21.
r

Cash sales, in which

no

account is taken in com*

puting range, are given below:
No sales.

CtP8

6




no

given below:

"vtc." voting trust certificates,
"w w." with warrants,

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account is
taken in computing range, are given below
No sales.

"cum," cumulative,
"m." mortgage.

#

a

"conv." convertible,

%

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO
Tv

:,s

Stock Sales

'

;

1937

•

803,000
13,359,000

Shares

November.
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30___

In

1
1

1

\

v

'

BONDS

2,150
1,680
4,150
2,200

STOCKS

400

35,780
9,090
41,010
126,600
16,900

\dama

"""920

5,500
15,270
25,350

220
850
330

Allied Products Corp cl

American

20,300
2,250
3,650
600
;

1,350
2,300
700
100

"MOO
3,250
2,300
3,900
6,050

""600
2.400

"7~, 500

649,390
7,150

6

"""'150
•

1,900
3,250

51% Sale
15 %
16%

1,100

5% Sale
8% Sale,

23

22

13

46

7% Sale

1
3% Sale
Sale

52

13

13%
8

7H.:

2%

3%
16

9

*

15%

Barber Co

(W. H.) com.,^.1
Barlow Ac Seellg Mfg A com..5

i-0%.

ttastian-Blesaing Co com

18% Sale
19% 20%

.....

25%

*26 "

Berghoff Brewing Co

1

12

Sale

..1

10

33% Sale
75
Sale

Bliss & Laughlin Inc com ..5

Borg-Warner Corp com....10
Common (new)
7 % preferred

10%

5
100

107%
23%

22

4,000 Brach Ac Sons (E J) capital
Brown Pence & Wire cl A
6,
Common
1
32..
5
42,000 Bruce Co (E L) com
750 Bucyrus Monighan class A.

25%
27
13% Sale
22%
23%
32%

-

29% Sale

27

Sale
Sale

13%
29%

458,200

Canal Const Co conv pref

Common
....1
Convertible preferred....*
Central S W Util com _._.50c

17

9,160
Prior lien preferred
.__.*
14,300
Preferred......
*
7,060 Central States Pr 8c Lt pref.*
4,636 Chain Belt Co com..
4,040 Cherry Burrell Corp com
*
950
Common (new)
5

Sale

63%

Sale
15

11

Sale
75

68%
70

6

9% Sale

10

9

46,850
3,450
150

2,950
350

11,830
4,600
904,310
63,900
2,400
33,500
25,300

30
50

.......*

Common

Participation preferred
.♦
Chic Corp common........!
Preferred..
._...*
Chicago Electric Mfg A.....*
Chicago Flexible Shaft com.5

Chicago Ac N W Ry Com..100

2,640

Part certificates4 2"

1,340

Participating ctfs "J"..100

960

Part ctfs "4s"

10% Sale

23%

24%

11%
6%
5%
8% Sale

20%

21%

60

1,260 Chicago Towel Co cohv pref •
905
Common capital.........*
419,480 Cities Service Co com
*

300
90

49,656
3,200

2,800

10,300
2,320
24,000
219,825
23,300
58,290

,

1

v

%
%

,

20

5

%
%

28*

"4% Sale"

*

2

Sale

34

25

Common (new)

Compressed Ind Gases cap..5
Consolidated Biscuit com... 1

118

6,350

13

7%
2% Sale
80
84
30
35
4%
6
14

15%

1
7
2% Sale
%
5%

93
27

96

40

4% Sale
13
13%

Nov,

3

25

Nov.

4

% Oct.

Nov. 22

% Nov. 23
5% Nov. 24
1% Nov. 4
84
Nov. 2
30% Nov. 5
4
Nov. 4
12
Nov. 24

1% Nov. 2
7% Nov. 3
2% Nov. 12
90
Nov. 9
37
Nov. 15
5% Nov. 29
15
Nov. 3

1

12% Nov.

<

1

Nov.*22

20% "Nov.""8

18
26
22
22

% Nov. 18
% Nov. 26
2% Nov.
1
35
Nov.
1

%
%
1%
32%

35" "Nov.

23

47
2
1

-»

J

100

65
70
2% Sale

A

4*
Sale

22

24

3% Sale

..—

61

1% Nov. 30
1
Nov. 1
% Nov. 12
% Nov. 19
10

Nov." "I
Nov. 15
Nov. 1
% Nov. 12
% Nov. 19

Nov." 15 "15% "Nov." "2

Nov. 6
9 100
Nov. 3
Nov. 27 65
2% Nov.12
Jl% Nov. 20
1% Nov. 13
1
Nov. 9
25
Nov. 23 32% Nov. 9

15
35

95% Oct.

60

60

25% "Nov."23
20% Nov. 23
2% Nov. 13

6% Sale
6

3

2

1%

2%

2

Nov."

9

2%

1,060
Preferred..... .........100
303,150 Cord Corporation.......
5
6,900 Crane Co com..........
25
1,630
Preferred.
100
see

page

56.

28

100%
4% Sale
48%
50
120

Sale

39

97%
99%
2% Sale

14
98

ft
37% Feb. 11
19 108

2%

2%

8
Nov. 20
Nov.

98

Nov,

8

19
23
15
19
11
19

19

Oct.

13
6

Oct.

2% Nov. 12

20

1% Oct.

19

97

48
116

Jan.

Sg

29 139

Oct.

98
2

% Jan, 23
% Apr.

18% Oct.

Nov." 5

16%
102

Feb. 19

% Jan. 21
1

Oct.

3

6

1

Jf

3

June 22

6% Nov.

5

6% Mar.

37

%
6%
4

Mar.

Nov. 23

20%

Nov.

Feb.

77

1

Apr.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Apr.
June

2

32

25

20%
2

6

Feb. 20

48

77

3
3% Nov. 29

23% Nr- r.

% Jan. 20
2
Jan. 20
6% Mar. 8

13

Nov. 27
18
Oct. 19

Nov." 12

29

15

Mar. 9
Feb. 17

26% Sept. 27

1% Oct.

103

27% Sale
21% Sale
3%
4

*

23

15

% Jan.
8
Oct.

Sale

2% Sale
1
1%
25
30

5

Jan.

75

July
% Oct.
% Jan.

97% Nov.

Jan.

73
85

1% Oct.
1

10
26
15

20% Jan.

O. t. 19
Nov. 22
Oct. 19
Oct.

100

2

98

Jan.
Jan.

30

6% Jan. 22
110% Mar. 4

18% NOV.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

/

5

3% Feb. 13
19

Nov.
Jan.

%
%
2%
32%

11

81% Feb. 19

Oct.

18%

pref part shares....50

26%

5% Jan.
77
Mar.
43
July
19
Feb.

19
5

3% Oct.
12

%
•
%
%
%
% - 1%
%
%
1*2 % Sale
2% Sale
32% Sale
35
Sale
16% 23
15%
23
40
44
46
Sale
1 % Sale
2
3
1
2
1
Sale :
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
8%
10%
10%
12

0

B..*

Feb.

Oct.

30

6

Apr. 10
10
Oct. 27
13
July 26
18% Mar. 2
36% Mar. 3

% Oct.
5% Nov.
1% Oct.
78

Jan.

Mar.

20% Nov. 24
12
Oct.
15
48
Nov. 22

14% Nov. 20
53% Nov. 12

6

20% Feb. 10
23% Feb.
9
22
Aupr. 10*430% Feb. 11
14% Feb. 15
% May
3
14% Feb. 19
43% Mar. 6
83% Mar. 12
50% Aug. 25
107% Jan.
6
22% Feb. 18
28% Feb.
2

5% Oct.
Oct.

20~~ "22"" 16"" *18%

Common part shs v t

c

19

17

51 % Jan.

Mar.

Mar. 30

19% Mar. 27

6% Oct.

23

72

Com part shs ▼ t c A...50

c

9

32% Jan.
15
Oct.
7% Nov, 12
1
10% Nov,

July
8
Mar. 19
Feb. 18
Jan-. 22

9

Oct.
Oct.
Oct..

6

7* Sal*
3K

12%
4%
57%
17

Nov.

20
5

6% Nov. 19
7% Nov. 23
19% Nov. 23

48

'

V t

...




Nov.

14

14%
Sale

14

50

13% Feb. 27

Jan.
Oct.

21% Nov.
7% Nov.
10% Nov.

Nov. 22
5% Nov. 23
7% Nov. 22

20% Nov. 24

750

For footnotes

Nov.~26

13

7

18

Feb. 13

16

107% Jan.
20

Jan.

84%*Jan.

Oct.
15% Sept.
9% Nov.
9
Oct.
12% Nov.
8% Oct.
4% Oct.
i64 May
6
Oct.
16% Oct.

24

1

1%

990

650 Continental Steel com......*

"""80

34% Nov.

26

Sale"

200

200

.

%

27

9% Sale

Nov

43

28
Oct. 19
Nov. 30

73

"

21%

1%
8

1

119

"46"" "49""

8% Nov.
24% Nov.

1%

12% Sale
51% Sale

104% 105

Coleman L'p Ac Stove com...*
Commonwealth Edison
100

Club Aluminum Uten Co

167,800 Consumers Co com
5
3,720
0% prior preferred A...100
2,060
7% mm preferred......100

""2Q0

15% Nov, 12
1
8% Nov,

22

29%

M,

,

c

Sale
46
Sale
25%
27
54
54%
3%
3%

100

2,490 Chic Rivet At Machine cap..4

26,500

r%

5

100

70

140

%

960 Chicago Rys part ctfs 1...100

100

1

1

6

Chic City 8c Con Ry—

100

14% Nov,

24
20
24

:

june

10

3

31

I1

27

99

14
21%
6%

12

25
7% Sale

18

4*

13%
15
70% Sale

6%

14" *17%

is"

850

250

10% Nov,
16
Nov,

6% Nov. 29
18
Nov. 23

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

17% Apr.
3
26% Feb. 19
23% Feb. 17

•

Nov. 18

10

9%"Nov"l8

Sale
20% Sale

Sale

26,700

"?"25o

Nov.

3

Mar.

22

Oct. 18
34% Oct. 19
3% Nov. 19
1% Oct. 19
2% Nov. 19

3% Nov.

Nov. 18

10

8% Sale
24
25

7

1%
1%
15%
17
3% Sale

550

;

Oct.
Oct.

6%
4%
5%
%

7% Nov.
7% Nov.
1% Nov.
42% Nov.
4% Nov.

18

10%
12%
12%
6%

^13

71,750
20,800

250

11%

11

9
9%
12% Sale
14
; Sale
13%
13%
7% Sale

10

common

2

800

48

10%
15%
14%
13%
8% Sale

1
12,200 Burd Piston Ring com...
10
270,050 Butler Bros common
37,900
5% convertible preferred 30

50

380

30

2% Nov. 19

2%
8

•

1

Nov. 15

,

capital

•

.

4%
2%

2

Rights
Rinks Mfg Co

10
8,300 Castle Ac Co (A M) com
Common (new)
24,550
10
4,290 Cent Cold Storage Co com.30
•
31,710 Central 111 Pub Serv pref
I 'Tent 111 Secur Corp—

1,950

43

40

9% Oct.
12
Oct.
7
Oct.

Nov. 10

5% Nov. 24
5% Nov. 30
1 % Nov. 19
39% Nov. 19
3% Nov. 19
2% Nov. 23

19

11
16
28
3
22

June 22

55

'34% Sale"

10

iiendix Aviation Corp com..5

25,880
1,500
1,310
1,230

1%

.!%

^Nov.

19

Feb
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
May

18

9

5% Oct.

32

62

4%
12
19
11
Sale
Sale
Sale

Oct.

3

4

55%
17%
12%
12%
14%

Nov. 23

9

4% Nov;

8

13

4

35% Nov. 24

3
1
1

8

32

49% Nov.

6% Sale
5% Sale

7% Sale
7%
8
1 % Sale
42
45
4%
5%
2%
3%

3%

2
3

18%., Nov.

16

11

5

10

13
40

54

55

:

9
23
17

Nov. 4
Nov. 2
Nov. 15

18

10%

35

70% Sale

17

13

Sale

29

23

I6"""NOV.*"9 li%"Nov"i

30

19
46

38% Nov.
10% Nov.
5% Nov.
5% Nov.
8% Nov.

24

35% Nov.
9
Nov.
4% Nov.
4
Nov.
7
Nov.

12

20%

18%

18%
43

100

Belden Mfg Co common

„9%

Sale
4% | : 4%
6%
8

6

Il% Sale" IIIII "16""

10

Equipment Corp com

9

5

5

Sale

A.25

com cap..

37% Sale

38% Sale
10%
11%

Sale

pref
*
Pub Serv pref.. 100

10 Bunte Bros

1,750
9,600

40

81% Jan. 21
73% Mar
8
13% Apr. 17
15
Oct.
4
13
May 28

Aug. 19
64% June 14
11% May 21

9

conv

Backstay Welt Co com

160

200

8

10

143,600 Asbestos Mfg Co com..v/..l
14.300 Associates Invest Co com...4
31,150 Athey Truss Wheel capital..*
5
22,580 Automatic Products com
21,670 Automatic Washer conv pf__*
10,700
2,450
17,260
55,650
5,350
26,850
153.580
50,750
20,110
114,840
9,900
94,200

May 28

13

7

4%

*

Armour & Co common

Aro

Oct.

12

17%

5

Common

200 Annex Hotel Co

15

13

6

34

;i4

,16

'
5

Allied Laboratories com

/',
9,040

63

11

48

77 % Feb.

4

77% Feb.

32

48

Ball Bearing common.1

960 Altorfer Bros

20

Highest
Sale Prices

44

42
3

81V

*

200 Ainsworth Mfg Corp com
■

Lowest
Sale Prices

43
45
5
10

80

„•

(J O) Mfg com
Royalty Co com

Advanced Alum Castings
Aetna

49%
49%
50%

48

Highest
Sale Prices

Par.

Abbott Laboratories com
Adams

Ask

Ask Bid
40

Bid'

Ask

82
82
83

80

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

'Nov. 1

1937
Bid

Shares

Shares.

$12,000
188,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

1927
1,000 Chicago City Ry 5a:
Certificates of deposit..
11,000
.1927
5,000 Chicago Rys 5s ctfs
5s class B.
1927
12,000
Class A
........1927
1,000
4,000 Met West Side El 1st 4s..1938

1

1

1

*

1936

71937
"None
34,000

Price

$
•

1

•<

Jan. 2

Since
Jan. 1

1 1 1 1 "tT-

Jan. 1 to, Nov. 30

17,855,000

STOCK EXCHANGE
November

,

,

.

-____'

November

CHICAGO

SALES

AQQREGATE

Bond Sales

1936
1,877,000

;

6

Mar, 30

Feb.

ft

May 12
Jan.

18

Mar. 16

May 10
Jan. 16

33% Aug. 25

!!*

Feb. 20
Jan. 22
Jan.

12* Feb.

26
10

6% Feb. 24
14% July 26
6
Sept. 20
3% Aug. 10
Feb. 19
32
105
Apr. 19
2
5% Feb.
2
55% Feb.
121% Feb. 27

^

•A

DEC., 1937]
AGGREGATE

CHICAGO

SALES

STOCK

EXCHANGE

chicago

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

_

stock exchange
In

November
Shares

80
:

1,250

550

:

/>■

300

12,050

60

220

Cudahy Packing Go pref..100

Cunningham Drug Stores 2%
Curtis Lighting Inc com
*
Dayton Rubber Mfg com....*
Cum class A pref........35
Decker (Alf) Ac Cohn—
Common

Preferred....

200 Deep Rock OR
V

119 De Mets

20
750

13,100
4,850
10,950
21,810
106,700
20,120

150
550

450

7,950
2,400

450

jiV-.-'-A
;

*1,640
650

1254

87
31

*

100
33

190

Dredge Cocom^

73,950 Great Lakes
7,730

450

2,900
1,150

H

*

com

D AD com....4

Hall Printing Co

11

com

780 Heller (W E) pref w w
810
Without warrants

>

500

25

350

^

.

850

7
8%
,2% Sale

"60"

5854

62" v "65"
17

,5,120 Illinois

45
41%

40

.

4,500
900

1,200

57

16
24

Nov.

1

4

Nov.

24

12
27
24
754

32
27

26
9

9%
15% Sale

24"~ Sale"

j 14 54

13)4

12
13

32% Jan.

Oct.

20

Nov.

3

15

Nov.

4

31

Oct.

Nov.

3

13% Nov. 30
20

"27"" "30r>
25

42)4

•

.....

45%

17

20

25 H

.....

16

12

15

2%

3

15%

2% Nov. 30

16%
109%
85

6%

954
,3%
1%
13%

Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Nov. 4

50% Feb. 20

19)4 Nov.
1554 Nov.

2
2

8%

7

Nov. 19

12% Nov. 23

14

1
1

Nov. 10

7
6

Nov, 1
Nov. 10

6% Nov. 24
5
Nov. 19

45
16

40

14

Nov.

3

1

11

154 Nov. 20

Jefferson Electric Co

com.

42

Sale

5

com

5% Nov.
100
Nov.

19

19
15

26

14

25

Oct.
Oct.

1

9%

40
14

Nov. 24
Nov.
3

52% May 17
21% June 4

4

16

Oct.

23

11% Nov. 27
1254 Nov. 17
-2% Nov. 3

10

Nov.

2754 Feb. 11

11

OCt,

12% Nov. 17
4% Aug. 20
May 3
Apr. 19
19% Jan. 25
Aug. 18

25

;

154 Nov.
*«4 May
2
Apr.
4% Oct.

Nov. 15

Jan.

21

25% Nov.

Nov.

Nov.

6

19

21
29

25

51

4554 Sale

20% NOV./24
44% Nov. 16

Sale
Sale

4% Sale
6%
7
60
100

6% Nov. 19

6

Nov. 24

Nov. 24

6

92

Feb. 13
Mar. 5
10% May
8
Mar. 15
May 15
100
May 25
Jan. 25
Jan. 15
27
Feb. 11
2954 Feb. 13
51
Feb.
4

Mar.

17

Nov. 23

21% Nov. 12

Oct.

4% Oct.
Nov.

14

25

Nov. 10

13% Oct.
19% Oct.

46

Nov. 22

39

Oct.

28

Sale

23

49

4% Nov.

14"""NOV."26 "16% "Nov." "4

Jan.

2*.

Oct.

92

May
99% May

22

8
17

4
8

5
3

4% Nov. 22

6
754
5
8%
14% Sale
18% Sale

4}

165

Feb.
Jan.

Nov.
Nov.

8

Nov.22

10
3

20

Oct.

80

2i

5% Sale

1

3

3% Oct.
22
22 :

107)4 Nov. 26

40%

1
•

Jarvis (W B) Co capital

Joslyn Mfg & Supply Co

754 Sale

Feb.

16% Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov. 19

154 Sale

38

Mar. 11
11% Jan. 22
13% Mar. 8

46
14

Nov. 24

5% May 20
10% Jan.
2

20% Feb.
14
Apr.

Nov.

Nov. i0

25" ""Nov." "2

"24" ""Nov." "4

25

7

7

6
5

7% Nov. 23
Nov, 12
7% Nov.
1
6% Nov. 15

8

%

22%

19

11% Spet.

"26"" "22"'

20

8

4254 Mar. 15
12% July 14
29% Jan. 28

Sale

23)4
24%
2154 Sale

Feb.

18

5%

*

19

5

7
12

20
19

"25""

»

iron Fireman Mfg Co v t c

June

Oct.

*

.....

19

19% Oct.
5% Oct.
9
Oct.

1

170 interstate Power $7
pref
220
$6 preferred..

67

23% July
70
July

27

16

6

5% May 22

10

1154 Nov. 24
Oct.

17
28

5

10

7%

Feb.

July
Jan.

'

3

106% Sale

8354

46
20

Nov.

16%

■

17
19

Oct.

27

11% 1154
11% Sale

24

; July

*

5

30% Nov.

4% Nov.
254 Now.

26

47

15

2354 Nov. 26

7%
Sale
6%

.—.

9
4

June

28%

8

25'

Jan.
Mar.

Aug. 23
Aug. 3

25

7
6%
6%
6%

Sale

16

11'""Nov .'"4

7%

26

15

57

•i6"""Nov*"i9

30

6%

1754

19%

15" ""Nov." "3

9
10

Feb.
Feb.

52

19

June

57

13% Sale

8%
7% Sale
554
6

Sale

10

il54Nov.24

25

26%
41%
12%
40%

21

>8% Nov. 15
2% Nov.
1

18

41

Oct.

12

Mar. 31

17% Jan.

2% Oct, 19
Oct.; 19

28% Nov. 13

5

Sale

7
5

•

4

28

Nov. 20
Oct, 15

6

Jan.

3% Nov. 19
1% Nov. 23
13% Nov. 4
27
Nov. 29

Sale

•

15,700
115,500
11,750
4,950

1154 Jan.
90

6

Nov. 12

2% Nov. 30

10
;

"l4% "15""

19

Nov. 24

Oct,

1

7% Nov.

9%
10%
354
4
1% Sale

4% Sale
254 Sale
11%
30

500 Ind Terr Ilium OH n ▼ cl A..*
40,100 Inland Steel rights (w i).
300
Capital.
*

""450

Nov. 30
Nov. 16
3
Nov. 23
24% Nov. 23

12"

100

t c

v

Oct,

2

19

60

10
25

5,950
New common v t c
11,070 Indiana Steel Prod com

20

17
33

,

11

30

....I

Nor Utilities pref. 100

2,600 (ndep Pneum Tool

1,050

7

Nov. 23
Nov. 13

1554
3154
13%
22%

654
8
2% Sale

59

.w-;

Sale

24)4

Class B

1,100
Common (old)
27,900 Illinois Brick Co

'"500

3

60% Nov. 24

Nov. 20

6

Sale
35

15"" "15% "16""

454
5
10 % Sale

900 Hubbell, Harvey, Inc com..5
38,000 Hupp Motors com (new)
1
6,100
Rights.

1,950
1,300

6

Nov. 24

46

,

1,100

Sale

60

Hioudallle-Hershey—-

l,.

8,050

•

13% Sale1
20%
22%
3% Sale
26
Sale

4

16

15)4

24

3,730 HibbSpencerBartlettcom.25
3,830 Horders Inc common
....*
3,900 Hormel At Co (Geo) com A..*

500

30

16%

4

Sale
Sale

27

41

Nov,

19

Oct.

52

4054
*

com..

83,300 Helleman Brew CpGcap
I
22,600 Hein Werner Motor Parts..3

"""40

37

14

*

4,600 Hamilton Mfg cl A part pf__10
5,910 Harnischfeoer Corp com..10

330

16

24

1054 Sale

4

Prices
Mar. 20
Feb. 11
Feb. 15
2854 Apr.
1
3254 Apr.
1

19

18

17
33

39

3% Nov. 23

5% Oct,
14

27,

23'" ~25""

P.l Household Util Corp.....5

8

3% Nov. 19
1154 Nov. 2
20% Nov. 4

Nov. 20

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale
59
Nov. 29 11054
12
Oct. 19
26%
3
Oct, 14
10%

21

19%

21%
39 >4

*

3%

*

Lowest

71 % Nov.
15
Nov,

3% Nov. 19
9% Nov. 20

75

17 %

*

'Nov. 22

25

19%. 27
7%

Dixie-Vortex Co com.......'.*
Class A__
_..*

Dodge Mfg Corp common
Eddy Paper Corp (The)

3%
18

30

com..

Nov. 29

12

16

50

26;

--*

5,040
Class A......
32,530 Goldblatr Bros Inc
21,700 Gossard Co (H W)

950

4%

Highest
Sale Prices

59

10
Sale
16 ; • 19

104
31

....-

17-

Inc pref

153,800 General Finance Corp com.. 1
348,810 Gen Household Utll com.
*
1,790 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B...*

2,550
4,100

12%
22

4

Sale

1454 Sale
3%
4%

5

1154
20;

31

1154

10

>7,840 Gardner Denver Co com....*
14,990
New common.....;......*
S<V;'3,120
S3 cum conv pref........20
7,500 General Candy Corp A
5

110

650

3

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

60

15 :Sale

22,400 Fuller Mfg Co common.....1

3,800
55,600
;

70

19% Sale
30

Nov. 30
Bid

Ask
; 75 ;

}

R'ti Simons A Connell Dock

-

8,700

j,

Bid

107% Sale
22% Sale
4% <' 5 ■'

Elgin Nat Watch Co
..15
10 Empire Gas & Fuel
8% pf.100
20
7% preferred.'
100

.'3,500

Ask

Bid

.......100

cony pref

2,550 Dexter Co (The)

Nov. 1

1937
Par

;

4,160
36,100
2,800
34,000
4,850

1,860

:

STOCKS

Sharer

500
.

Jan. 2

1

Jan.

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

Price

Since

55

Aug. 13

Kalamasoo Stove—

11,150
2,250
10

250
230

1,000
1,600
2,550

3,950

"V.oBo
40

900

1,750
900
250
250

1,460
Capital stock
105,250 Katx Drug Co com
82,291 Kellogg Switchboard
/;

765

5,800
1,820
79,260
37,350
63,800
67,980
3,140
47,600
2,160
9,790
108,150
49,180
3,510
12,050

800

550

i

10

com.

Preferred

100
pref.50

26

85
25

27

Nov.

3

19

75

21%

56% Nov. 22

60

Nov. 24

54

13%

1454

12

1254

13% Nov.

Kingsbury brewing Co cap.l

v2%

Sale'

11% Nov.22
3% Nov. 24

5

2

pfdlOO

38

La Salle Ext Unit com..

l.awbeck Corp 6%

Leath & Co

Cumulative

Le Roi Co

cum

common

preferred

common

,..10

"9% Sale'

Libby, McNeill A Llbby
10
Lincoln Printing Co com »..♦
$3.50 preferred
..«.....*
Lindsay Light com...
10
Preferred

11% Sale
41%
354

170
610

1,450
400

30

22

Sale

30

35

54

450

19%
60

*

64

1

6%

654

31%

33%

7% prior lien
7% preferred A

3% Sale"
12% Sale
5% Sale
54 Sale
10%
11
7
7%
7

100

7%
46

•

7%

_

49

—

100

390

24,930

900

19,895
Common stock..........10
44,650 National Union Radio com. 1
91,165 Noblltt-Sparks Ind Inc cap 5
69,950
Rights
40,500 Nortb American Gar com..20

4%

.v'3

100

pref.

3,900
3,310
1,700
87,050
14,150

Sale

254

100

com.

,o

7%
Sale
a

7%
50

22%

Springfllled com.*

"27%

19% Sale
28%
29%

National Battery Co pref...*
National Gypsum A n-vcom.5
National Leather com.....10

63

""655
550

7,450
850

20
420

700 Northern

Paper Mills com.*

164,050 Nonhwest Bancorp com....*
12,335 Northwest Eng Co com
*
3,830 Nor West Utll pr lien pref.Iff
6,060
7% preferred..
.100
100 Nunn-Bush Shoe Co com.2%
120 Olcla Gas A El 7% pref

1,890 Ontario Mfg Co
For footnotes

see

page 56.




com..

Nov.

1

2

24%
10%
954
5%
31
3

Nov.
Nov.
Nov..
Nov.

6
3
1
1

Nov.

3

Nov.

5

20

Nov.

5

3% Nov.

2

2

Oct.

3

26

3

18

Nov. 23
Nov. 16

2% Nov. 29

18

m

*254

254

Nov. 24

Nov. 10

37%

36

Nov. 19

19 .*

19

Nov. 29

40

Nov.

29% Nov. 30

3$4

Nov.

•

29% Nov. 30

100
•

154 Sale
17

'"4%

22

7%
2

Sale
2%

M

*A

1

22

19

11% Sale

23
-

2%
7

4%
2%
2%

'"3% "Nov ."23

27

25% Nov. 19
2% Nov.
5% Nov.
1% Nov.
% Nov.
3% Nov.

2%
Sale

2

.

lV* Sale
AV*

4%
1% Sale
Sale

1

2

& 2P
4*
16

954 Sale
16
24

12

8% Sale
30
>

Sale

1%
1%
41% Sale

J" il
13% Sale
28%

27
71

39%

Sale

41

10

3

Sale

24

2%
2
Sale
23

>

1%
2

1
2
2
23

21%

22%

48% Feb. 11

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.

19
19
28
29

26

Oct.

22

Jan.

28

Nov. 30
Jan.
7
June
4
Oct. 19
Nov. 20

25

Oct.
Jan.

30%

19

1

9

"454Nov."30
28

Nov.

9

754 Nov. 15
2% Nov. 15
% Nov. 12

6

4
5

Nov. 30
Nov.
8

Nov.'29

5

4

45

41

15

Nov. 24

5% Nov. 10
2% Nov. 12
2% Nov. 10
1% Nov. 18

2% Nov.
3

3

Nov. 30

14%
7

17%

15%

19
4

Oct.

27%
154
3%
54
%
1%
1%

Feb.
1
Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Oct. 11
Oct. 19
Oct, 29

2
1

20

Oct. 13
Nov. 29

1% June 11
1

27

2% Sale

254 NOV. 13

41

12%

14
18

15%

....

16

.-..102
14

15

102
12

15

5

15%

22

25

754
25
1%
10
1254
28
954
5
9% Mar. 4
5

Feb.

4

8% Jan.
8% Jan.
46% Jan.

18
13

19

Oct.

15

10

Jan.

4

50
40

July

Nov. 24

26

Feb. 23

4

22

Jan.

32

Jan.

3
4

Nov.

l5%No'v."22

Nov.

4

1

9% Nov.
Oct.

13

Jan.

8

7

Nov.

9

3

Nov.

6% Nov. 30

2
15

14
Apr. 21

28
14

79% Apr.
3
254 Jan. 12
17
Apr.
9

Jan/l2

1

2

2454 Nov. 12
1% Nov. 3

18

Oct.
% Nov.

36% Feb.

10

Feb.

10

28

1

19

Nov.

Feb.

3

*2%"Nov."23

"2% "Nov." 10

2

14% Nov. 20
654 Nov. 25

"2% ""2%
Sale

29

22
12
10
29
20
11
31

Oct.

2454 Nov.
454 Nov.

% June 14

6% Nov. 30

"2% "3%

7

31%

2
7
4

18

24

1%
1%
28
Sale

13% Sale
3954
14% Sale

2%
4%

Jan.
June
Jan.
Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

Oct.

41

954 Nov.

22

14%
25
754 Sale
13%
15%

Mar. 12

57% Mar.

Apr. 21

10%
23%

6% Sale

54

32

70
7

3% Nov. 23
22

23

22% 24
% Sale
23
Sale

....

115%:::::

24
19
19

Jan. 19
Feb.
4
Mar. 17
July 28
Mar. 2
Jan. 20
45
Jan. 22
454 Mar. 3
9% Jan. 20
33 54 July
6
6% Jan. 14
56
Aug. 20

65

7

50

13%
34%
1954
15%
12%

29%
32
2%
%

3

"2% "Nov." "9

4%

20

68^

15

28% Feb. 25
Mar. 20
3% Jan. 25
354 Aug.
5

Oct.

5%
2%
27%
2%
9%
15

Nov.

8

40%

3

1% Nov. 13

8

Nov.
1
Nov. 13
Nov.
6
Nov. 26
Nov. 4

23

18%

Oct.

15% Nov.

20

25

&%

1%
2

Oct.

3

24-% Oct, 20
7% Nov. 22

60

Sale

1% Sale

3%

Nov. 20
Nov. 20

954 Nov. 23

1% Sale

Nat'l Pressure Cooker Co
2
Nat Republic Invest Trust—
Cumul. conv. pref.
;.*

.

1%

"2% ""254

19
4
20
19

4554 Jan.
8
16% Feb. 25

41

20

"454 Sale
2854

15

54 Oct.
154 Jan.

Nov."

4
29

29% Sale

15% Sale

.....

National Standard—

1,100
6,510

1%
18

19

3% Oct.

3

18

.....

Convertible preferred
•
Midland Utll 6% pr lien.. 100

Nachman

Sale"
24
Sale

10% Oct.

~6~

*

*

....

'

33

42

52%

10 Mountain States Pow pref. 100
2,500 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A
•

"""255

50

3
4% Nov., 3
1% Nov.
1

85

30

m

m

Nov.

1

24% Nov. 6
7% Nov. 22
7% Nov. 20

8% Sale
8
854
4
27% 30%

33

'

Nov.

2% Nov. 19

3%

.554

Nov.

*4% "Nov." 19

37
5
25

.

23
3%
44

40

Middle West Corp capital
5
Stock purchase warrants...
Midland Lotted Co com....*

Preferred

2% Sale
30
4

33

5%

1

*

a com

Modlne Mfg com
Monroe Chemical Co

27

19%
2%
40

•

240 Metrop lndust allot ctfs.'..._
110,200 Mlckelberry's Food Prod com 1

conv

Sale

1%

37
554
6%
24%
28
10%
12
954 Sale
5% Sale

27

5

common

0% preferred A
Miller A Hart Inc

3

4

3%

Sale

43

8,050 McGraw Electric com
2,090 McQuay-Norrls Mfg com....

113,410 Mer A Mfrs Sec cl
3,180
Prior preferred

43

4%

1

4%
9%
12
16% Sale
6% Sale
37
40

.......10

150 Masonite Corp

40%
8
2854

27

*

4%

Sale

7%

*

...

2%

20

19

Oct.5 19
12% Mar. 1
Nov.
1 125
Mar. 1
Oct. 29
43% Jan. 22
Oct. 27
89
Jan. 25

25%

21%

190

Oct.

5

60

1,480 Mapes Cons Mfg capital
*
141,250 Marshall Field A Co com...*

220

4

59

6,890 McCord Rad A Mfg "A"

589,110
142,300
152,650
52,510
6,540
11,820
4,010
1,470
10,820
16,050
8,900
1,340

16

1

3

27

100

63,460
7,400
2,300
2,850

June

6% Nov.
8% Nov.
85
Nov.

55

53,200 Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*

*2*655

Nov. 22

24

,38

3,000

10,700
470

4

84%

100 VIcWililams Dredging Go
100 Mandel Bros Inc cap

8,700

Sale

83%

cum

....

"""*60

85

20%

Kentucky Util Jr

90,200 Lion Oil Ref Co com..
49,250 Loudon Packing common...*
10,950 Lynch Corp common
5

430

6%
8%

120
Sale

6% preferred
.100
Ken-RadTube A Lpcom A. .*
tKerlyn Oil Co common A..5

30

"""650

44% 46
1554 Sale
9%
10

.10

Nov. 23

% Nov. 19
19

Nov. 22

Nov.

12

Nov.

6

38

Nov.

9

1654 Nov.
8
Nov.
14% Nov.
39% Nov.

12% Nov.

8

16

4
2

3
9

Nov. 12

Oct.. 23

'32 Apr.
Oct.

14% Nov.
5% Oct.
10% Oct.
32
12

Oct.

Oct.

17% Sept.
99
14

Oct.
Oct.

12%

518

1% Mar. 29
5
9% Feb.
18
Sept. 2
37
81
54

,

18

116
22

v

Jan. 15
Mar. 8
Jan. 25
Jan. 25

Aug.
0
Jan. 14
July 15

CHICAGO

56
AGGREGATE

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

Jan. 1

STOCKS
Par

Ask

Ask

Bid

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937

Shares

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Price
Jan. 2

Since

November

a

EXCHANGE

STOCK

Oahkoah B'Gosh Inc—

V,.

1,560
450
050

43^950
590

27
Nov. 22
Nov. 20

80

650

1,750
250
600
100

1,200

3,580
790
840
150
500

-

2,100
750
20

4,466
10

4,750
855

1,010
1,650
390

1,150
90

2,500
700
30
130
100

2,050
17,850

1,050

26,400
Rights
116,300 Swift A Co stk ...........25
15
60,300 Swift Internacional...

"7,350
3,000

23,900
20,100
251,560
58,200
67,350
200
2,150

850

2,450
4,100
2,050
2,650

90

27,410

900
320
250
60

18,050

1,050

127,000
56,360

178,200

11400

c




19

8

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Sale

Nov.

4%

Sale

Nov.

Sale

Nov.

Nov.

4% Nov.

1 120i8~»iNov."l9
1 120»«Nov. 19
3 99
Nov. 30
Nov. 15
19 138
Nov.
3
23
18
22
2* Nov. 4
Nov. 16
8
No?.
3
12
12
Nov.
9
9 100

Sale"
1%

1

1% Sale
20

24

20%

26
16

28

20

22

24
13

70%
27%

26
Sale
55% Sale

16%

82
9

32%

16%

Sale

23%

28

"5" ""6%
105

21

25

17%

21
18
3

2

Sale

18'" "26""
Sale

m Sale

Sale

Utility A Ind Corp com.....5

5

32

"2% Sale"
AH

Sale

5

22 %

23

39$!

16%

Zenith Radio Corn com

1% Nov.
20
Nov.

Nov. 15

Nov. 12
17
Nov. 20
17
Nov. 5
14% Nov. 20
2
Nov. 2

Nov.

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

25

66

68

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

4
Nov. 23
Nov. 24
Nov. 26

Sale
3% Sale
5%
6
10%
14

14

17% Sale
4% Sale
12%
7
14

16% "Nov." 24
22% NOV. 22

26% Nov.

5%

Sale
1% Sale
% Sale

15

H

%

5% Nov. 29
Nov.

14%

6

41

37

Sale

iIT" "12"
Sale

5%

4%
4% Sale
1%
2%
9
10%
19% Sale
4

3
20
18
12

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

66

12

120»«i Nov.12
122
Jan. 12

125% Jan.

18

Jan. 20
37% Mar. 12

150

16% Nov. 23

Feb.
I
19
Feb. 11
19
Jan.
8
Oct. 19
Nov. 9 111
Apr. 20
Feb. 11 34% May 10

1% Oct.

% Oct.
6
00
15

20

% Oct. 19
Nov. 5

70
Jan.
23% Nov.
11% Oct.
50
Nov.
6% Nov.
25
Nov.
17
Oct.
17
Nov.
12
Oct.
2
Oct.
89
Nov.
75
Oct.
65
Oct.

21
3
19
23
22

2% Aug.

0

Feb.

11

30

87% Mar.
Apr.
28% Feb.
98
Aug.
14% Mar.
35
Mar.
42

12
20 40
5 26
19 27%
7
25
4 L07
18 95
11 83%
9% Oct. 19 20%

2% Oct.

29
27
19
27
9

15% Oct.

3

Apr. 22
Mar.
Mar.

6

9

Jan.
8
Jan. 26
Jan. 28
Jan.
6
May
7

5% Jan. 28
5% Nov. 29

19

5% Nov.
Sept.
6% Oct.
11
Nov.
<*4 Aug.

19

16

0
12
15
16
31

July

15

Mar.
Mar.

Aug.

2

Mar.
Mar.

Nov. 24
Nov. 18
Nov. 22

4% Nov.

1
2

11% Oct.

19

26% July

Nov.

2

1% Oct.

18

4% Apr.

9

Nov.

1

Oct.

14

2

Jan.

25

Nov. 13

Oct.

19

6% Feb.

4

14

Jan.

14

Nov.
6
Nov. 24

18

37

3

3% Nov». 30
Nov. 18

Nov. 23

37

18

Nov.

1

120

14% Nov.

5

13

Nov. 20

80

84

Nov.

6

1

5% Nov. A
6% Nov. 12
2% Nov. 16

Nov

:

f

\

\

3

Nov.

9% Nov. 19 11

1

Nov. 24

15% Mar .

11

4
20

24% Feb. 23
40
Jan. 26
5

% Oct. 19

3
2

17% Nov. 23 23

-p;:

4% Nov. 19

1% Nov.
3% Nov.

35
3

4 % Nov. 24
2

22% Nov. 22

Co.; change in title approval by stockriders April
stock dividend paid Aug. 15. 1936. x Ex-dividend,

"9:

1

Feb.

Nov.

Nov. 23
Nov. 24

Nov. 24

4%

% Oct. 16
1% June 17
Oct. 19
74
June 11
04
Oct. 19
05
Oct. 19
86
Nov. 3
21
Apr. 23

Feb.

Jan.

3

Nov

Nov. 19

Sale
14%
90

80

5% Sale
6% Sale

23

16

2hH

90

9

Jan.

21

124
10

l8%"Nov.""I

4% 'Nov. 19
Nov. 18
1% Nov. 22
% Nov. 2
1% Nov. 18

37%

23% Sale

9

13

16

20

Sale

1

Sale

5

5% Sale

13%

3

17% Nov.

Nov. 22

9

Nov.

6% Nov. 19
11
Nov. 27

7%

11

Sale

83

Nov.

4% Nov.
1
5% Nov. 29
16
Nov.
9
6% Nov. 19
14
Nov.
1

5%

8

15% Sale
2%
2%
% Sale
2
2%

135

2
2
1
8
3
3
4
16
27

17
Sale
24% Sale

~i?mm

18% Sale
26% Sale

18

1
5

23% Nov. 3
12% Nov. 23
50
Nov. 23
6% Nov. 22

95
90

—.....*

.

3%

2

40

Williams Oil«0«Matlc com

20

.....17
15% Sale

Nov. 15
Nov. 5

88

93
85
83%
15% Sale

7%
Sale

25

28%

17

29

6%

Sale

25%

1

14

Jan. 11
Mar. 10

19

"Nov."

t Formerly the A. & K. Petroleum
Stock split-up on a two-for-one basis. • 60%

No par value,

% Oct.

1% Oct.

25

3
4
Nov. 4
Nov.
8
Nov. 12

Nov. 24

12

Common

35

Nov.

Nov.

Woodall Indust com........2
200 Yates-Amer Mach cap......5
19,370 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*

200
950

18

Nov.

Nov. 29

Wisconsin Bankshares—

9,950
6.800

19

Oct.

Nov. 30
Nov.
2

Nov. 19

Thompson (J R) com.—25
Trane Co (The) common.—.2
Utah Radio Products com..*

Waft] Co com

Feb. 2

24% Mar.
17% Jan.

Nov. 29

*
61,580 Walgreen Co com
2,040 Ward (Montgom) A Co cl A.*
*
9,450 Wieboldt Stores Inc com
Cum prior preferred——*
230

3,150

11

7% Oct.

~25%

Convertible preferred....7

Nov. 12
Oct. 19

40

23
16
18
2S

Feb.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.

55

15% Oct. 11
% Oct. 19

Nov.

Nov.

25
31

Utility Power A Light cl A.l
Viking Pump Co common
•
850
Preferred...——
*

"""320

*

Co.....—*

200 Standard Gas A Elec com—*
4,950 Stein A Co (A) common...—*
—.10
16,250 Storkline Fur com
37,500 Sunstrand Mach Tool com..5

200
100
150

dividend,

Sangamo Electric

Common (new)..—
*
14,450
27,915 Schwitzer Cummins capital. 1
8,160 Sears Roebuck A Co com....*
1
29,450 Serrlck Corp cl B com
5,130 Signode Steel Strap Co pf.30
Common
16,860
2,380 Sivyer Steel Castings com...*
37,900 South Bend Lathe Wks cap 5
1,390 Sou Colo Power A common. 25
1,610 Southw GAB Co 7% pref. 100
2,720 Southwestern Lt A Pow pfd. *
2,280 St Louis Nat Stockyards cap *
76,070 Standard Dredge cony pref20
Common..-.....-.——.—1
92,250

1,800

40)
14)

Nov. 30

—

'8~920

1

Nov. 12

10,550
6,050
3,880
27,650
88,550
1
20,550 Potter Co (The) com
...•
77,250 Prima Co common
9,950 Process Corporation com...*
20,150 Pub Serv of Nor 111 com.——*
Common
60
3,250
0% preferred..........-100
13,960
7% preferred
—.100
6,920
23,365 Quaker Oats Co com.....—.*
Preferred
.....100
3,640
10
5,000 Rath Packing Co com
52,950 Raytheon Mfg Co com rtc 50c
36,000
6% preferred ? tc.——.5
32,940 Reliance Mfg Co Common. 10
Preferred. —..........100
340
23,370 Rollins Hos Hills cony pref.*
Common......—.........1
99,400
*
270 Ross Gear & Tool com

3
Nov. 2
Nov. 12
Nov.
1
Nov.

18

15%
30%
29%
2%

Sept. 22
June 21

10

'
Convertible preferred .... *
Parker Pen Co (The) com..10
Pea body Coal Co B com....*
6% preferred.......
100
Penn Elec Switch cony A.. 10
Penn Gat ft Elec A com
*
Perfect Circle (The) Co..—.*
Pictorial Pap Pkg com
5
Plnee Winterfront com
1
Common..

Jan.

20

8
Oct. 19 49% Feb.
Feb. 15
Nov. 24 156
Oct. 19 26% Mar. 10
June
4
Nov. 22 93

2% Oct.

19

12% Feb.

4% Nov. 24

12

3% Nov. 30
2
Nov. 18

15)

2j

6% Oct.

19 273

12% Oct.

19 433

13. 1937. a New stock,
y Ex-rights.

1

Mar.
Feb.

Nov. 16
Jan.

14

Aug. 31
5 Ex stock

Baltimore
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE

..,

.

.

.;

.^Shares.

48,542
807,094

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30,,

AGGREGATE

SALES

1936

1937

Stock Sales

November,

_

106,186
786,257

IS

Bond Sales

November.-,
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30
.

-

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

BALTIMORE

$1(
1,92

STOCK EXCHANGE
Since
Jan. 1

November

BONDS

Lowest

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—

3% a Public Impt

1940

4s Annex

Improvement.. 1951
City 4s Art Museum (cpn)1963
City 4s 3d Sewer Ser (cpn) '59
4s Sewerage Impt....... 1961
City 4s Dock Impt.......1961
City 4s Engine house.... 1957
4s Paring Loan.........1951
3%s New Sewerage Imp._1980
Bait Co 3d school 4%s
1940
Atlantic Coast Line 5% ctfs..
Bait Harrisburg RR 1st 5%
West

Ext

1938

Bait Transit Co 4s flat.. 1975
A 5s flat

1975

B 5s

Bid

Ask Bid

Ask

Sale Prices

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

103% June 8 103% June 8
110
Apr. 16 113
Mar. 22
117% Nov. 29 117% Nov. 29
116
May 12 116
May 12
116

Feb.

4 119

Jan.

11

113% May 6119
July
8
116% Aug. 23 116% Aug. 23
114

Jan.

28 116

Feb. 16

108
Feb. 16 116
Aug. 23
108% Jan. 16 108% Jan. 15
102
Sept. 9 106% Jan. 14

101

Oct.

14101

22% Oct. 20
19

41% Jan.

14
8

Jan.

0

48

Oct.

25

Oct.

Sept. 29 104
Mar. 17
25 100% Sept. 24
Nov. 24
96
Aug. 26

1975

95

Finance Co of Amer 4%.. 1942

98

4%
1947
Georgia Marble 6s flat... 1950

91

Ga Southern 8c Fla 5s...1945

Highest
Sale Prices i

Sale Prices

Oct.

83% Oct. 18
67% June 3

93

May

3

72% Feb. 11

Interstate Bond Co coll tr

5% series BBB
1944-51
4%.......1942

Interstate Co

Interstate Co 5%.......1945

1948
1950

5%._
5%

Knoxrllle Tract 1st 5%.1938
Read Drug Ac Chem 5 Vis. 1945

Share$

STOCKS•
Par.
67.609 Arundel Corporation.......*
3.836 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)...50
12,621 Bait Transit Co com v t c___*
15,985
1st Preferred ▼ t c
.*

Shares

1,786
288
940
957
©

V

.

•

■

115 Benesch 8c Sons Co Inc.....*

"i~366

14,329 Black A Decker common
•
145 BragerElsenberg Inccom..50
100 Chalmers Oil 8c Gas pref
16,699 Consol Gas E L Ac Power....*
3,232
5% preferred
180

145

10 Eastern Rolling Mill com. 100
Eastern Sugar Assoc com ...1
Preferred
—,—1
Fidelity A Deposit
..20
Fidelity A Guar Fire Corp. 10
Finance Co of Am class A...*
Class B..
*

i

26,551
16,632
7,302
:
5,587
M 3,321
790

....

i

.ri

"V* ;■

'•",

10 General Electric............
7 Ga Sou 8c Fla Ry 1st pref.. 100
3,074 Guilford Realty com
*
311

Preferred

..........100

84,797 Houston Oil preferred....100
124 Humphrey Mfg Co com.....*
25
Preferred...............25
949 Mfrs Finance common 11. .*

3,511
1,932

]

1st preferred
.......100
Second preferred.......100

26,146 Mar Tex Oil
165,121
Common class A.......
38 Mercantile Trust Go...

1
.50

7,421 March A Miners Transp....*
7,909 Monon W PennPS 7% pref 25
1,342 Mt Vera-Wood) Mills Com 100
4,380
Preferred
—100
120 National Marine Bank
-30
68.623 New Amsterdam Casualty..2
25,875 North Amer Oil Co com......
785 Northern Central Ry--.—10
32,550 Owlngs MUls Distillery
1
2,186 Penna Water 8c Power com.. *
O

^

Prpfprrpd

274 Phillips Packing Go'I P**fl 100
976 Seaboard Comm'l com A...10
10
Class B
10
70
Preferred........
—25

133,653 US Fidelity Ac Guar
2
2,720 Western National Bank...20
..

*

No par value




99

Apr. 14100
Sept. 8 98%
Oct. 20 99%
Nov. 2 99%
Nov. 3 99%
95
July 23 95
100% Jan. 25 102%
98%
99%
99%
99%

Aug. 3
Sept. 8
Oct. 20
Nov. 2
Nov. 3
July 23
Aug. 19

>1

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

¥¥¥■,¥;

¥

:¥;¥¥¥;,/¥¥%:<vv^';;¥:¥'¥

¥,;¥¥•'

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?-;¥* •;;¥:¥,;':¥

T■'.y■-

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RANGE OF PRICES ON
Sfocifc Mes

v

November
Jan. 1 to Nov. 30____

1936

1937

V

Shares

••

470,064
6,058,391

V

BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
>V

Bond Sales

370,560

Jan. 1

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

%

BONDS

.

4,200

"i",66o

,

4,000

Shares.
83
,£ ¥693

108

k
¥

14,92g
627
2,212
1,900

I- ¥

805

.

~l31

w

4,000
335,000
102,850
15,200
¥
5,750
4,000

East Mas* StRtt

o

:

325

25

1,639
155

7,127
Class B
II,266 Helvetia Oil

185
hq

20

45

ctfsl

155*

3

Sale

43*

*~~100

v

o...»

t

4-536 Mayflower-Old Col Copper.25
8,611 Mergentbaler Linotype
*

74-560

NarragansettRac'g Assnfncl

9,317 «at Service Co
25ft

com

shstc

1

NEGbs^pP?®1 &pref..
Mlne®-~*
I,
Gas & El Assn
*

20,675 New England Tel At Tel
a 00
180 New River Co com ...IIIiOO
787

Preferred.....

inn

55
•%,

110
682

2,694
~

2*405
70

490

1,225
10,635
400

10

480

1,767
1,000

20,842
28,665
10,919
47.981
4,867
32,345
366,466
4,163

50

3,381
383

"9~,619
15

745

1,570
15

*

2d preferred

rorrinatop

iU

(New)"

Cn'oo Copper Ld At Mln Co
Union Twist Drill.
9
United Shoe Mach Corp.'"52
Preferred.
2ft
Utah Apes Mining..."."!!
Utah Metal a Tunnel.
Venezuela Holding Corp..!.1
110 Venezuela Mexican Oil Crpio
91 Vermont 8c Mass Ry Co
100
14,396 Waldorf System Inc....
•
.

24,528 Warren Bros
2.876 Warren (S D) A Co

No par value,




x

Ex-dividend,

y

.

.

.

...

com

94 ¥
Sale

203* Sale
23*
"43*
;;;4
13*
Sale
13
4 \.<i:
43*

Nov.

6

Nov. 23

72

78

Nov."~6

Jan. 28
Feb. 23
Jan.
4

28 104
89

Nov. 26
Nov.
3

63

74

Nov.

3

Nov.

65c

95

753* Nov. 17

753* Nov. 17

Jan.
7
Jan.
7
753* Nov. 17

80c

65c

Nov. 3
3* Oct. 21

2H Jan. 20
Jan. 15
63* Jan. 15

3

Nov.. 1

993* Nov. 23 111
il63* Nov. 24 129
Nov. 26

52

183* Nov.

"Si*

4

"53*

"43* N"ov."l2

23*
.53* "7"

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9

29
3
22
23
13

Nov. 12

"5" "Nov *22

1
4

1

Nov. 26

90

43*
23*

23*

Nov. 23

13* Nov.
Nov. 17
123* Nov.
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25

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8
8

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101

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4
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28 115

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3
3

30
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19 1873* Jan.

Nov. 17

12

1393* Oct.

7

158" "III!

11

17,465 N Y N H At Hartford!!!!
53* Sale
ioo
460,455 North Butte..
65c
70c
2.50
342 Northern RR (N H)...!!.ioo 1103*
25,641 Cld Colony......
1*0
223*
24
629
Certificates of deposit.....
3,676 Did Dominion Co...
25
9,143 Pacific Mills
!_
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18,099 Pannsylranla RR
50
65,453
Rights
58,950 Ouincy Mining Co...
25
2,791 Raac* Button Hole MaJttlllO
1,260 Booce Folding MachCo
10
32,484 fhawmut Assn T C
55,082 Stone A Webster Inc cap stk
5,323 Suburban,Elec Secur com..*

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54
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20

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132

66

3

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73.980 J'le Royal Copper...
1,408 Loew's Theatres

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21.976
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2,285 Hathaway Bakeries cl A
*
816
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1,000

90

.53*
6

4% Cum preferred....1100

S2« GeAorfiian Inc (The)
1,986
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1,367

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100

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114

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3,482
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100
2,090
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4,156
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13,740 Eastern SS Lines. Inc.!!!..
593
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20,991 Employers* Group Assoc T C*
4,512 general Capital Corp
*
®eneral Stockyards
Corp pf* ♦

566

13*

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13*
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D

Nov. 26
Nov.

953* May 17 101

60c

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20
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23*
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63

72

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4

ill

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7,542
*3* % Cum Prior pref.. 100

779

80

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16 I

87

..

456

Highest
Sale Prices

.

824 Clilf Mining Co..I"
25
90,724 Copper Range Co
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5,540 East Boston Co..♦

155

Lowest

Sale Prices

L

100

1st pref class D

663

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Sale Prices

"78" "Nov." "6

78

85c

13*
123*
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100
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Lowest

Sale Prices

78

j

—

65c

..100

...

8,758 Brown Ac Durrel Co
73,184 Calumet At Hecla

,

Par

6,432 Boston Personal Prop Tr__

10

830

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: 80

78 ¥

stamped 100
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100

3,130

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240
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82

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100
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789

;

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670

1,750

100
100

I94S

15,813 Boston Herald Traveler Corp*
I,804 Boston Ac Malna pref stpd.100
Common
,4,131
jet

8,563
1,144
2,569

•f U04

1948

B,8e'°*-8«n Carpet pref.100

4,1^2

"60"" "65""
70

.1948

20,226 Boston

¥*"170

695*
80

Series E 6s

8,298 ttonou ft Albany„....
32,604 Boston Edison Co

40

:

Series C 6s

nno

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„

1035* Jan.

"1

Series D fca

350

100

65

72

§73*
94

1941

STOCKS

1,108

■

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Nov. 30

Ask Bid

33*8.1947

««IA

Series B As..

32,661
26,380

¥¥,:

Nov. 1
Bid

Ask

12,626 Amar Pneumatic 8«rtlc«....*
7,421
6% non-cum preferred,..50
2,302
First pruturred
—.56
113,021 Amer Telep & Taleg.
100

5

¥¥

'

Boston Terra Co 1st

Shares

2,154
1,809

.

;--r

1937
Bid

341666

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

-.¥

Price
Jan. 2

>

'

'

Since

November

$26,100
ii 1,047,900

$44,200

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

6,096,251

BOSTON
UTOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

1936

1937

November

701,158

.YV:-v'--¥r-¥;¥
AQQREQATE

:¥

12
25
20
9
19
18
21

f

¥

Mar. 11,

1

33

Mar. 10
Jan.

98
46 K

6

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
May

29

Jan.

25

J* Feb. 23

25* June
7
23* Mar
2
7 3* Jan. 21
130
Apr» 21
193* Feb. 11
12 3* Jan. 15
46
Feb.
5
;

/

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

November

-

-

2,581 ct>1

Jan. 1

BONDS

Ask

10

2,278
332

22

*

"-150

986

200

Sale

18% Sale

22

16%,Nov. 23

Nov.

1

10

"13% Sale"

12%

Sale

Nov."I"

6

6
Nov, 23
33% Nov. 24

10%

'42% Sale" "38% Sale"

Nov. 23

9% Nov. 22

""1% ""1% ""IH Nov."22

m

4

Sale

10

12% Nov. 12
1% Nov.

1

.....

"20" -I"
19

18
10
31

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11% Nov. 15

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19% Nov. 19

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Nov. 24

"20" ""Nov." "3

50c

75

1

18

Sale

"14" "15" "l"2% "13%

14% Nov. 16

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"l3" "14"

11%
11% Sale

""8% Nov.' 20

1%

70c,

75c

75c

70c

7oc

Nov.

107"" Sale"
11% Sale

McKlnney Manufacturing..*
....

450

111

105

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102%

6

2

8%

7% Sale
1%
1%

8%

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7% Sale
8
8%
1%
25%
5c
4c

405

13,829 Pittsburgh OH Ac Gau......_5
3,337 Pittsburgh Plate Glass....25
40,085 f*ltts Screw & Bolt Corp
•
15,079 Pittsburgh Steel Foundry..*

"""105

.....

8c
.....

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2%
1%
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.....

2%

2%
1%

2%
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.....

7c

.

4c

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6c

50,505

4,200
290

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Renner Co

......

....

.....10ft

4
Sale

2%
23

3

3
24

2%
20%

26

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18% Sale

"

Nov. 18
Nov. 15

4

30

Nov.

Nov.

Nov. 12

105% Nov.

4

8% Nov. 15
1% Nov. 16

7% Nov. 8
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35
Nov. 24
5% Nov. 24

40

2

Nov. 20

1% Nov. 17
Nov.
5

29

25

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Nov.

4

6% Nov.
1
2% Nov. 3
1% Nov. 17

•

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Nov. 15

"13% "i§%

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10

2%

2% Nov. 24
22% Nov. 24

24

Sale

9

Sale

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

Nov.

3

Nov." 15
Nov. 18

1%

3c

156,984 Shamrock Oil Ac Gas
1
5,386
6% Preferred
1'
.170
6% preferred...........100
176^84 Rights
,.'^U
Standard Steel Spring......*

6%

6%

14

...........

Sale

Nov.
3
Nov. 16

10

Nov.

1

"

1%
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1

1%
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2

Sale
3

1

Nov. 23

2

Nov. 26

"18% "19%
2c

2

91% Nov. 12
9% Nov.
1

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9
Nov.
3

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8

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80

mi: "95"

192,443 SanrToy Mining............1

lc

3%
7

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3

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.—.100

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Nov.

3

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1% Nov/
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3
1

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800
100

12,
5,6:

200

3 ~

1,250

29%

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3% Nov.

1

9%

Mar.

Mar.:

Oct.

Jan.
Feb.

11

Feb. 26
Feb.
3

10
5
60c

Jan..
Oct.
Oct.

i

United Engine At Fdy

5

"2
44

95c

.....

Waverly OH Works—CI. MA"*

9" *"H

9*4 JNOV.

12

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Sale
2%
50

28% Nov.
2% Nov.
44% Nov.

37

Nov. 30

37

united States Glass.......25

-

-

4"

11111 "2%
45

1.00

65c

52
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44

65c

—

28% Sale
103% Sale

Wastinghousa Alt Brake—* *
7,857 Westghouse EI At Mfg....
50

( Jan.
1
2

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831

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( Jan.

16

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25

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1

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"24% Sale"

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111

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I Mar. 5
I Jan. 11
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1

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30

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Jan.

14
14

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2

Feb.

9

22% Oct.
5c

June

Apr:
2% Oct.
22% Nov.
5% Oct.
30
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5% Nov.
1% Feb.
80

65c
3

2% Nov. 15
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65c

Nov.
Nov.

3

Nov. 15
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1
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28% Nov. 12
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89

1

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July 27
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4
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5
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18
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May
Jan.

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2
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40
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Oct.
t

:

i
'

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Apr. 29 1133
2% Oct.

17

5
28
25
3

Feb. 13
Sept. 8
Feb.
4
Feb. 23
Mar. 8

Jan.
Nov.

Mar.

[

Jan.

UNLISTED.

60
261

4
8

i Aug. 24
Jan. 30

18% Oct.
11% Aug.

110

—A. 100

"

"12"" Sale"

*

......

33,553'

863

13
14
6
Apr.
5
i Aug. 19

Jan.
Oct.

17
23

9c

Vanadium Alloy Steel......*
Victor Brewing Co..
I

62,f 7
2,

100

4,087

3

Feb.
£ Jan.
) Apr.

1% Feb.
19% Nov.

8

2% Nov. 22

......

365

I

8c

2

91

......I

1,605 Reymer & Bros common
*
2,295 Ruud Mfg................."

50,700
7,650

6

10c

10c

5,072 Plymouth Oil Co...........5

263

30

'

3%
35

3,903 Pittsburgh Forglnga....... 1

100

2,193

"

Preferred..............10ft

487
641

90c
26

20% Nov. 23

Sale"

5

Mountain Fuel Supply.... 10
Nat Fire proofing Corp com. 5

157,720 Phoenix OH com...
....25c
24,890
Preferred................!
17,055 Pittsburg Brewing.........*
7,949
Preferred...
285 Pittsburgh Goal Co com.. 100

""825

12% Nov

80

Lone Star Gas......
Mesta Machine.

"14% "Nov." 12

::::::

"93"" "97"" 16"" "40"" in:: "40"

4%% Preferred.....—50

6,500

3

_

23% Sale

Penn Federal Corp common. *

346

165

22% Nov.

8

"26"" "20% "18% "20%

£ Mar.

4% Oct.

\

'

100

500

3,965
6,370

Jan. 27
Feb. 26
Feb. 16

3% Oct.

6

Mar. 12

July
8
i Mar. 10
[July 7

Feb.

23

16

18

...

I

*€fct>

Nov.

8
"

2

126,450
48,165
6,063
206,449
74,951
1,170

6,808

90c

"3%Nov.'

Sale

4

— — —

Preferred....

785 Jeannette Glass preferredlOO
146 Jones & Laughlin St'l pref 100
7,046 Koppers Gas Ac Coke pref.loo

535

\

15% May

Sale

9% Sale

""5%:::::

100 Home (Jos) common
..100
50
Preferred ............—100
46

Nov.

25c

35,208 Duquesne Brewing.........5
...*
7,505 Electric Products
20,281 Follansbee Bros ptef.....l00
60,873 Port Pitt Brewing..........1
9,369 Marb-Walker Refrac com.. »

"""160

6

May 26
i Feb.
8
a
Jan. 13

9% Oct.
5% Oct,
3
J^n,

I % Sale

14

/

6

"IIIINOV.26 "14% Nov." 15

11% Sale

Devonian Oil.............10
212 Duff-Norton Mfg Go........*

2,293
653

4

Mar.

May
3% Oct.

31% Oct.
1% July

"2% Sate"

725 Crandall McK Ac Hand.. ....*

"'"258

Mar.

12 111

14% Oct.

44% Nov. 15

nr: :ii"

16,152

"""565

Highest
Sale Prices

114

4%

"3%"No"v."~4

1,082 Copperweld Steel.........10

""'689

Lowest

108% Jan.

110

635 Central Ohio Steel Prod....l

2,867

"$5~, 000

Sale Prices

Highest
Sale Prices

"

18,646 Clark (D L) Candy
♦
31,806 Columbia Gas Ac Electric
1,034 Gonsol Ice Co common.....*

1,614

i

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RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Ask

""8% Sale"

...........

12"655

I

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Preferred.. ............100

4,465 Arkansas Nat Gaa Gorp
Preferred.10
4,197
13,385 Armstronfl Cork Go.........*
69,692
Rights.
21,037 Blaw-K.no> Go
2,064 Byeifc^A M)
—.
10 Calorizlng Go preferred....25
225,458 Carnegie Metals............1
155,460
Rights

806

Bid
.....

6,168 Allegheny Steel

325

-_-...

STOCKS

Shares

'""il6

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$24,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER :'

Nov. 1

1937
Bid

24,000 Pittsburgh Brewing 6s...1949

Shares
1,609

-

Jan. 2

S

%

—

*o Nov. 30

^,'C

1936

1937

-I-.

er

Price

Since

November

NQI©

268,169

PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

Bond Sales

184,331

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

AGGREGATE

1936

1937
Shares

2,300,861

...

Oct.
Mar.

22

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MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

'v7.:

RANGE OF PRICES ON DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

November

'•

1937 i

..-Shares

Jan. 1

Share*

Shares

•

"""300
2,oio
3,556
2,470

Baldwin Rubber common—1
Bohn Aluminum & Brass...5

Briggs Mfg Co common

.*

525
180
550

145*

600

Consolidated Paper com

10

Continental Motors com

1

Crowley, MUner & Co com..•

145*

2,600
5,365
8,065
667

;*

1,181
3,926
4.882
26,218
25,258
2,095
53,321
5,955

345
395

755

T675
775
8,881

91,655
1,495
7,361
71,694
148,755
133,763
152,622
36,779
20,911

3,580
17,187
12,607
19,771
1,700
1,742

Detroit

114

22

23 5*

1,288

'"'720
13,934
6,100

11,135
2,650
5,841
"

600

1

Gray Iron Fdy

Detroit Paper Products

I

Detroit Steel Corp com

5

Sale

8

Sale

8

185*

19

600

1&.005

2,900
510

2,100

"""120

Ex-Cello Corporation
rederal Mogul common

Gar Wood Industries com

3

155*

Gemmer Mfg Co class A

•

39

165*
>

General Finance Corp com.l
com
10

General Motors

Goebel Brewing Co com

1

Graham-Paige Motor com.. 1

45*
61

63

2

Grand Valley Brew common

6

165*

"I7H

McClanahan Oil Co

1

com

McClanahan Refineries..... 1
Mich Steel Tube Prod

35*
95*
85*

Preferred

10

Wheel

Murray Corp

5

com.........

.10

common.

Muskegon Piston Rg

com

2.50

75* Sale
295* 355*
45*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
9
105*
115*
14
18
185*
.

45*
15* Sale

2

Sale

•Th

'IB

65*
35*
35*

85*
45*
4

"355*

Sale
Sale
Sale

%

1

16
2

Oct.

19

Oct.

20

35* Nov. 12

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

Nov. 19

715*
175*
15*
45*
15 5*

Nov. 3
Nov. 15
Nov. 4
Nov. 20
Nov.
1

525*
145*
15*
45*

8
13

Peninsular Metal Products. 1
*

Investing Corp. I
.5

.

Rlckel (H W) & Co common-2
River Raisin

Paper

Scotten Dillon

com...

..10

com..

Sale

Sale

15* Nov.

15* Nov. 30

15* Sale

m

1

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
1
3

S Graphite

Co.1.

Sale

4

205*
95

92
Sale

Nov.

3

120

109

55* Sale
325*
9

2
4

....

Product

<* Deferred delivery

•4

Sale

26*

235*
25* Sale

11%
92

16

10

Feb.
Jan.

18
20

28

Feb.

15

Oct.
Oct.

Feb.

15
18

1

9

75*

"55*
25*

65*

8old for cash,

45* Oct.
335* Oct.

19
2

Jan.

20

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

35* Nov. 26

65*
45*
25

x

■

a

55* "55*

Sale

25*

10

Ex-dividend,

Sale

25*
...

19

15* Oct.

19

% Oct.

1

19
19

25* Oct.

;

1

13

Oct.

9

275* Feb. 11

Oct.

19

23

Feb.

19
19

15*
85*
15*
295*

F?b. 13

Oct.

2

% Nov.

1

v

Nov. 17
.Nov. 13
*

8
14-

12

Nov .10

3
1

Oct.

19

15* June 17
15* Nov. 5
5* Oct. 19
h Oct. 19
7H Oct. 20
% Oct.- 16
35* Oct. 28
25* June 29
15* Oct. 18
15* Oct. 19

205* Feb. 11
215* Jan.
8

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.

"22 "i45*"No"v.'i3

10H Oct.
25* Oct.
35* Oct.

1

2

Nov.

2

Oct.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

12

:

25*
35*
225*
25*
15
98

Nov.

Aug.
375* Jan.

1065* Nov. 24 1065* Nov. 24
45* Nov.
1
35* Nov. 20
Nov. 24

Nov.

3

Nov. 22

Nov.

1

275* Nov. 26

275* Nov. 26

55* Nov. 27

55* Nov. 12
1
25* Nov.

2

Nov. 19

10

Feb.

2

4

3

8

19

28
14

Nov.

23
20

July

5

14

9

75* Mar. 11
45* Jan.
45* Jan.

13

1

Nov. 19

10

26

Nov.

4

Feb.

15* Mar.

375* Aug. 16

Nov.

Nov. 15
Nov.
1
Nov. 3
Nov. 3
Nov. 13
Nov. 6
Nov. 1

18

2
25* Feb. 13
45* Feb
5
15* Jan. 15
25* Jan. 14

18

6

55*
25*
35*
35*
45*
245*

2

Apr.

20

34

Nov. 22
Nov. 9
Nov. 23
Nov. 8
Nov. 29

95* Feb.
28

Oct.
Oct.

Nov. 19

Nov.
9
Nov. 22

9
2
8

Oct.

454 Nov. 23

5

2

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

18
12
4

Nov.
1
Nov. 12

35* NQV.

Feb.

5* Oct.

3
4

.15* Nov.
25* Nov.

25

20

19

;

Jan.

41

9

3

7

225* July

3

5/Nov.

I

Feb.

35* Nov.

12

195* Feb.

43
Mar. 3
295* Mar. 15
5% June 2
70
Feb. 11
8
Feb. 18
45* Jan. 22
25* Feb. 18

Sept. 24

4

Nov. 12

1

215* July 24

Nov. 24

31
9

1
3
Nov.:: 1
Nov. • 4

10

18

Apr. 13

15
19

205* Nov.
15* Nov.
15* Nov.

20
5
20
24
5

Jan. 118

22

Oct.

Nov.
Nov.

18

9

11

Oct.

10
15

Nov. 15

95*
5*
35*
5*

19

25* Oct.

9

8
5

"34"

Oct.

32

"22""

t*

"115* Nov. 20

25* Nov. 20

25*
35*
35*
225*
25*

9
21

25* Feb.

:
5* Oct. 19
16
Nov. 24
25* Oct. 19

2

Jan.

19

195* Nov. 15

6

25* NOV. 26

14

Oct.

13

Nov. 24

11 """Nov

855* Feb.

115* Feb.

35* Nov.

65* Nov. 19
5* Nov. 9
25* Nov. 18

30

635* Feb. 19

23

16k"NO"V"24 '135* Nov."3

55* Nov. 24
Nov. 12

3
16
19

19
19

Nov.

105* Nov. 24
15
Nov. 24

15* Nov. 23

11

19

9

205* Nov.
15* Nov.
15* Nov.
5* Nov.
5* Nov.
85* Nov.
5* Nov.

5

19

45*
425*
35*
25*

35* Nov. 26
Nov. 23
3
Nov. 19
15* Nov. 20
% Nov. 1
3
Nov. 19

5* Nov.

Jan.

35* Feb. 10
115* Mar. 4
255* Feb. If
255* Apr.

Oct.
Oct.

W4*
95

Sale

9

Oct.

75* Nov.

32

16

22

Oct.

12

12

4

8

165* Sept. 27

275* Mar. 10

_____

15
r

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25* Sale
25*
35* Sale

Sale*

"25"" "33""

com

gales,

11

21

19

tfov. 23

14

6% preferred...........50
Class B

65*

15* Nov. 19

1055* 110

45*

Sale

1

Universal Cooler class A
Universal

15* Nov. - 3
115* Nov. 20

15*
15* Sale

31

Feb.

Oct.

15* Nov. 15
135* Nov. 12

~3"""Nov."I6

65* Sale

Jan.

75* Mar.
23

105* Nov. 10
45* Nov. 1

95* Nov. 23
35* Nov. 20

35*

15*

27

Nov. 15

10

Nov. 19

9

i

"14" IIIII

10

com

W

35

25* Oct.

2

Apr. 28
rfct. 18

3

55* Sale

U

35*
20

Feb.

35* Mar, 22
15* Oct. 18
M. Jan.
4
5?# May 20
7
915* Nov. 30 1455* Jan.
35* May 24
15* Oct. 19

1

Nov.

145*

7

201 U S Radiator

Sale

145*

35

20

Nov. 19

Nov. 12

915* Nov. 30 101
15*
15* Nov. 20
35*
25* Nov. 20
35*
25* Nov. 22
155* Nov. 19 17

5* Sale
*16

Sale

15

375*

Sale

47

345* Aug. 11
565* Jan. 14

20
Mar, 12
23 1325* Mar. 3,

24
19

Mar. 23

40

*75* Sale

Sale

Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.

13

"12"" III"

135*
145*
35* Sale
55*
25* Sale
35*
35*
35* Sale
45*
45*
245*
26

Parker Wolverine Co com...*

.

17

15

„

6

205*

35*

12^ -fi*

15*
15*
25* Sale

2.50

com

25*

3
July 22
25* Feb. 18
155* Feb. 19

85* Oct. 15
23
24
22
20

525*
145*
15*
45*

3a
35*

16

Keo Motor com.

%

2

335*

Tfciffer Brewing Co

Sale

2

%

22,926 United Shirt Distributors..*
200 United Specialties com
._1




5
11
95*
35*

aV8

19

Sale

35*

Parker Rust Proof com.

Prudential

4

35*

95*
H
35*
5*
175*

10,836 Union Investment Co com..*

No par value.

Nov. 24
Oct. 19

19

24

.....

Parke Datls & Co..........*

11,660

16,416
66,661
1,087

295* Oct. 18
185* Nov. 19

22

365* Sale
35* Sale

22
245*
15*
15*
15*
35*
5*6 Sale
5*
1

Tivoll Brewing Co common.1

100

19

Sale
355*

27

13

25

45*
425*
35*
25*
%
35*

....*

com.

10

8,701

Sale

15* Sale
10
18

15*
18

245*

Ttmken Axle com....
10
Preferred
...........100
376

.

3

Sale

"135* "155*

13,056

""'166

Jl

25
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
30
65*

185,596 Standard Tube Co class B..
4,400 Stearns (Frederick) com
475
5% cum part pref......100
•
182 Sutherland Paper Co....
10

186,933

VA

Sale

235*
185*
15*
65*
15*
29
65*

«_2.50

Michigan Sugar com.......*

129,247 Packard Motor Co

1,170
1,605

a

mn "42"

18

1,477

*

"5*

65* Sale
3
35*

23

.

Nov.

21

% Nov. 12

15

15

165*
195*

972

1,060
3,225

40

*

Class B

21

21,289

"Nov." "I

275* Nov. 12

23

15* Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
19

15*

1

Motor

620

15*
35*
35*
17

13

com

Fruehauf Trailer Co

345*

3,488
2,789
3,943
1,5:7

55*

915* Sale
15*

Sale

12

Moore (Tom) Distillery Co_.l
Motor Products Corp com...*

4,402

23 5*

19

10

13

17
15*

135*

15* Sale
56
5*
101

Frankenmuth Brewing com.l

Mlcromatic Hone Corp.....l
50c
58.684 Mid-West Abrasire com

"l"274

10
Sale

4

45*

"4

74,510
9,219
36,391
141,437
10,202
41,287
62,485
67,154
61,862
10.731

585*

15*

»

McAleer Mfg Co com

100

Nov. 24

15* Oct.; 19
h Oct. 18

federal Screw Works com...*

235*

16,085
7,894

.....

175* ,135*

15*

Pederal Motor Truck com...*

Mahon (R C) class A pref
*
Masco Screw Products
...1

16,271

85*
76

,

35*
10

....3

$0
33,457 Hooter Steel Ball com..
8,627 Hoskins Mfg Co common.2.50
558 Houdaille-Hershey class A..*
Class B
*
11,267
...*
77.319 Hudson Motor Car...
268,062 Hurd Lock & Mfg Co com..l
95,311 Kingston Products Corp
1
1
99,931 Klnsel Drug Co com....
IS
36,247 Kresge (8 8) Co com
25,801 Lakey Fdy & Mach common. 1

3,385
12,199

175* Nov. 22
25* Nov. 22

25*
3
.....105*

Highest
Sale Prices

55* Oct.

.*

Products

Baton Manufac'g Co com
4
Eureka Vacuum Cleaner....*

93,533
7,955
10,200
84,014
14,726

4,537

6
16

Safe*

4,571
165,913
9.883
221,421
15,839
4,502
58,f,19
3,381
20.320

120

3
1
1

8

Hail Lamp com
........*
380 Home Dairy class A.......

610

19

17

35*

155* Sale

1505*

Steel

185*"Nov."l9

225* Sale
Sale

74

i* if*

....100

Detroit Mich Store common. 1

Detroit

15* Nov.
5* Nov.
95* Nov.

"""3 *22""

Sale"

3

155*

112

Cripple Creek G M..1

Detroit Edison com

15* Nov. 3
5* Nov. 10
75* Nov. 20

I

165* Sept. 27

Detroit & Clerel Nar com..10

Detroit

Sale

8

Lowest

Sale Prices

Highest
Sal« Prices

*

Strip Co common
......5
Cbrysler Corp common.....5

38,571
68,526
6,302
10,650
60,603
50,161
28,763
1,170

793

2
Sale
Sale

175*

Cunningham Drug Sts..2.50
458 Delsel Wemmer Glib com. .10

1,100

*

335*

28
21

Sale

7
*

15*
5*
95*

235*

315*

Cdrp

•

Lowest

Sale Pr\c*s

44

52"" "54"

*

Burroughs Adding Mach

100 Casco Products Corp
Chamberlin Metal Weather

9,970
40,451
11,211
13,394
2,762
3,468

41

..5

Bower Roller Bearing

4.243 Capital City Products...

6,725
1,470

15*
15*
95* Sale

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

1

Equipment

Auto City Brewing common.*

Burry Biscuit

Ask

Bid

Nov. 30

Nov. 1

1937
Par

Allen Elec &

RANGE SINCE JAN 1.

Jan. 2

STOCKS

9,485
75,213
215,900
3,748
5,170
14,705
22,853
44,663

1,500
15,187
9,615

6,525,586

Price
i

Since

November

1936

1937
4,651,040

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Stock Sales

|

692,588

_

DETROIT

SALES

AGGREGATE

19,36

.!

333,411

1025* July

Feb.

17

125* Feb. 18
445* Feb.
28

Feb.

_

195* Aug. 18
5 5* Aug. 13
13

65*
95*
55*
65*
35

Feb.

19

Jan.
4
Feb. 18
Feb. 11
Jan. 22
Mar.

105* Jan.

4

25

27
Feb.
8
103
Mar. 10
37 5* Jan. 22

285* Feb.

9

1115* Aug. 24

2

Oct.

10

Feb.

19

5

Nov. 24

13

Jan.

19
21
Nov. 26
Mar. 16
Mar. 15
Oct. 19
Oct. 19
Oct. 13

11

Feb.

18
5

35*
65*
275*
155*
295*
45*
15*
19

Oct.
Oct.

75* Oct. 26
385* Feb. 18
155* Mar. 16
29 5* Mar. 1
95* Feb.
1

85* Mar. 25
355* Feb.

17

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DETROIT

STOCK EXCHANGE
Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

426

,

1

2.635

1,900
955

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STOCKS

Walker & Co class A

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85

I

•

,100

i'lfm
"l"606
50

i

f
;

7
d*
144 Sale

Wayne Screw Prod

..4

5H

Wolverine Brewing Co com__l

%

com

Wolverine Tube Co

2

com

Preferred

100
2,352
;

,

800
:

"""701

9,362
',,2,498
4,275
2,326
35,472
12,077
3,810
23,121
7,490
8,787
32,294
= 8,134
22,349
789
17,113

2,017

Amer Tel

13

A^Tei Co

19

3

2

%
3%

% Nov: 5
2% Nov. 23
% Nov. 20

Sale

6

3 %

3%

%
Sale

M

%

Sale
5

5%

Nov. 19
Nov.

6

Lowest

.

19

20% Nov. 18
2% Nov. 8
% Nov. 1

9

43%

"44%

% Oct.
2% Oct.

"2Nov."27
13

14

-

Nov.

3

Sale

Sale

2%

2% Nov.
36% Nov.
17% Nov.

17

Oct.

13% Nov.

"I %~Nov."~8

2%

Nash-Kelvlnator Corp
...5
National Dairy Prod Corp.

13 %

N Y Central RR

100

Sale

Sale

11% Sale

4%
16%
16%
9%
13%
7%

Oct. :
Sept.:
Nov.:
Oct.
Oct. :
Oct. :

2% Nov. 15

24
12
10
24

19" Sale"
'16% Sale

14,069 Standard Brandslnc..—..-*

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

9%

Sale

16%"Nov."l9

'Is"" Sale"

40% Sale

Purity Bakeries Corp.......*
Socony-Vacuum Corp.....

1 %
36%
17%
9%

13%"Nov."23

17% Nov.

8% Nov. 22

9% Nov.

9% Sale

Feb.

20% Nov. 10

4
7
16

Jan.

Jan.

Nov.:
Oct.
Oct. :
Oct. :
Oct.
Oct. ;
NOV.:

......*

Hupp Motor Car Corp
....1
Kennecott Copper Corp....*
Kroger Groc 8c Bak Co.....*

7

17%
36%
i%
io%
32%
1%
36%

Sale

Sale

6

12% Oct. :
147% Nov.:

Nov.
147% Nov. 19 152
17% Nov. 27 17% Nov.

16

Nov.

July

21% Nov. 27

5

com

Commonw 8c Southern Corp *
Consolidated Oil Co........*

2

6

21% Nov. 27

Nov. 20

T'
"

19
19

% July

3
% Nov. 15
6% Nov. 10

99

25%

'1

Nov. 19
Oct. 19

2

3% Nov,

Nov.1 6

Highest

Sale Prices

82%

100

General Poods Corp

Highest
Sale Prices

20

..25

Borg Warner Corp

Lowest

Ask

*

American Radiator

Borden Go

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Sale Prices

2

3%

2%

%

Nov. 30

Ask Bid
17
25

100

.

445 Young (L A) Spring 8c Wire. *
Unlisted Dept.—

200

/,

*

Warner Aircraft Corp com„.l

210

rioo

22 %

25

Class B

1

Nov.

1937

Bid

3,085
20,786
76,761
64,274
36,800
9,547

1,984
2,515

>.

>vv

61

Price
Jan. 2

Since

November

EXCHANGE
PRICES IN NOVEMBER

DETROIT

SALES

In

,v

STOCK

,...

•'
:

Dec., 1937]

Aug. 17
Jan.

18

Mar. 11

Feb.

4

Aug. 21
Mar. 10
Jan. 18
Jan. 28
Feb.
9
Mar. 17

:

Feb. 25

Aug. 14
Jan.

2

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

November

1937

Shares

AOOSSOATE

SALES

1936

231,960
o4,340,991

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

S

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

......

/

BONDS}
Bid

1.000

2,000 Phlla

tr ctfs 4«

1943

STOCKS

*

33,503 Budd (E G) Mfg Co
22

Preferred

1,061

18,352

3.497

34,461 Chrysler

;

*

..ioo

16 Bankers Securities com. ::i5o
8,368 Bankers Securities pret.
50
4,617 Barber Co
...10
18,537 Bell Tell Co of Pa pref _. ..100

1,282
2,223

408

*

.......

IIIoo
*

Budd Wheel Co

...

Corp..

.....5

2,759
7,968

7,236 Curtis Pub Co common.....*
35,677 Electric Storage Battery....*
105,495 General Motors..
....10

r™2

795 Glmbel Bros common.......*
771 Horn & Hardart (Phlla) com.*

;

375

2,890 Horn 8c Hardart (N Y) com..*
43,850
Preferred
..100
28,413 Lehigh Coal 8cNavigation..*
13,385 Lehigh Valley
.....50
6,691 Mitten Bank Sec Corp.....25

12

...

652
590
700

2,282

62,275

1,584
15,634
9,575

13

21

24%

Ask Bid

5%

6%

Ask

6%

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

7% i 6

Nov.

7

3

.

10

15

Nov. 10

15

10

Preferred...............25

24,394 NatT Power 8c. Light........*
338,821 Pen n road Corp v t e
*
116,670 Pennsylvania RR
......50
628,495
Rights
1,870 Penna Salt Manufactur'g-SO

242

15,642 Penn Traffic

335

556

8,248
34,648
1,907
16,536

782

com

Phlla Elec of Pa $5 pref.....*
Phila Elec Pow pref
25

Phlla Insulated Wire.......*
Phila Rapid Transit.......50

7% preferred
...50
3,765 Phlla 8l Reading Coal 8c Iron*
21,739 Philadelphia Traction.....50

'4",715
165

8,181

4,837

110,774
4,348
18,674

35
V

40

Reo Motor Car Co...'....
Salt Dome OH Corp
......1
Scott

Paper.......

Rights

262

25

26

185% Sale
9%
9%

12% Sale

154% Sale

9% Sale
149% Sale

8% Nov. 20 12% Nov.
140% Nov. 23 154% Nov,

1

1

538

8,099
412,126
9,051

36%
36%
123% Sale
12% Sale
9%

10

114% Sale

21%
32
18% Sale
115% 117
6% Sale

Sale

62% Sale

"~5%!"~5%
75

V

25]
42:

38
108

139'"

100

39
112

135%

23
101

9%
10%
18%
2% Sale
3% Sale

18

~~4"^'r4%

4%
8

Nov.

3

Nov.
1
Nov. 29
Nov. 3

57% Sale

61% Nov. 18

Sale

Sale
35% Sale

23% Nov. 4
31% Nov. 24

161"" 102" 100% Nov. 17

112%
24%
Sale

5
Sale

1% Sale
1% Sale

3% Sale
23% Sale

24% 23
101
Sale
4
3%
6%
6%
7
1
1
1%
1%
1% Sale

22%
101%
.'3%

8%
9%
2% Sale

22% Sale
130
115

27%

2*

Sale

31

31

20

6

2

6%
12% Sale
2
2%
11%
13
6
20

Nov.

Nov. *29

Nov.

75% Nov.
7

8

"""652
:
*

572
No par.

1

4%
8%
1%
1%

3

Nov. 18

7% Nov. 20
2% Nov. 23
20% Nov. 19

Nov.
8
Nov. 10
Nov. 15
Nov. 6

9% Nov. 27
1

3% Nov.

25% Nov. 15




A*
Sale

Sale
....

Sale

3% Sale

"<T" "7"

2

Nov. 30

3% Nov. 22

'II

Sale

35

37

,

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

19
30
27
15

2% Nov.
4% Nov.

5

10

Nov. 23

35% Nov. 24

1

Sale

--

a

9
Feb. 26
Feb.
2

Oct.

109% Oct.
30% Nov.
18

27

8

28

32

g

...*
.*

Includes 647.269 rights.

3%
32%

Sale*
Sale

11% Sale
104% 106
57%
60
11% Sale
10

Sale

29%

27 1

i iJ
4%
34%
11%
102%
58

8%
9

Sate*

Nov.
Nov.

4
8

Apr. 14
Apr. 13

Oct.

Feb. 13
Jan. 29
Feb.
3
Feb.
5

Nov." 18

28% Nov. 29

%, Nov.

Nov. 15

21
31

Nov.

4

2% Nov. 16
5% Oct. 19

35% Oct.

Nov* 4
Nov.
8
34% 29
Nov.
8
10:
Sale
Sale 102% Nov. 30 106

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

27
27
10
15

Nov. 10

'61

10%
11%

"'9% Nov." 16 "11% Nov." " 1
8% Nov. 17

22

21
1

10

Nov.

1

Oct.

27

Jan.

29
Sept.24

8

% Nov. 15
3%
4%
34%
12%

5

June

Oct.

2

16

Mar. 17
Mar. 11

65% June 30
33%
Sale

8

Jan.

1

2% Nov. 8
12% Nov. 15
37% Nov. 1

18
11
4
18
16
21
16
17

Apr.

Oct.

2% Oct,
19% Oct.
633: Mar.

3

^5% Nov "6 "7%
2% Nov, 16

11% Sale
37% Sale

Apr.

3
11

Feb. 13

130

2%
2% Nov. 1
112% Nov. .4 115%
Nov. 16
30]
31%
Nov. 15
20:
20%

.....*

Preferred................*

Ex-dividend.

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.

1

Mar.

United Gas Impt com.......*

4,234 Westmoreland, lnc
4,013 Westmoreland Coat.x

May
2% Oct. :
45% Nov.:
2% Oct. :

1 101% Nov. 30

Nov. 23
Nov. 22
Nov.

Nov.

150

Sale

Sale

:

112

105% Nov." 16
24% Nov. 3

Sale

~ 165""

35

Oct.

30

Mar. 17
Mar. 1
Mar. 9
Mar. 12
Jan. 12
Mar. 31
Feb. 15

:

26% Nov. 10
42% Nov. 1

25%

lie"" 117""

160

Oct.

Nov. 18
Nov. 15

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Preferred
V
24 West Jersey 8c Seashore RR 50

'••V-V

1

Feb. 17
Jan.
8
Jan.

Mar.:

20
Nov. 19
30
21%
15
Nov. 23
16%
17%
18%
116% Sale
115% Nov. 8 117
5
Nov. 8
5% Sale
6%
45% Nov. 29 45%
4
Nov. 23
5%

18

6

44

Union Traction...........50
72,088 United Corp common.......*

812

5 103% Oct.
5 111% Feb.

8% Nov.:
140% Nov.:
3% Sept.

"16"::::: "16" I""

Sale

40

85,036

23,680

7
5

|
|
1
8
8

4

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

893 Sun OH Co........

4,677
6,014

Jan.

110% Jan

.....*

2,134 Tacony-Palmyra Bridge....*
53,175 Tonopah-Belmont Devel....l
32,292 Tonopah Mining...
...1

50

4 110

Jan.

109% Jan. 21 110% Jan.

111%

1
8

16% Mar. 29
5% Oct. 26
13% Feb.
4
13% Feb.
4
108% Mar. 29 108% Mar. 25
18
21
Mar. 13
May 11

103 % Oct.

115%

.....2%

13,511

20

Sale Prices

110

......

2,600

I

Highest

Sale Prices

Par

37,745 American Stores..
38,489 American Tel 8c Tel....
5,304 Baldwin Locomotive...

120

|

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Elec Pow Co 5HS..1972

Shares

370

11%

Bid

Lowest

1952

500 Phlla Elec (Pa) 1st a f 4s.1966
1st 5s._...............1966
3,600
9,000
3%a
1967

5,180
3,402

Ask

Nov. 30

Small Bonds.......

4,000 Pa 3%s wl
125,000 Peoples Pass

Shares

Nov. 1

1937

543,500 Elec 8c Peoples tr ctfa 4s. 1945

;

i

Jan. 2

$

75,000

$123,932
1,493,886

Price

Since
Jan. 1

1936

1937

$75,000
779,600

•

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

/PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGE

In
November

Bond Sales

Novomber

479,400
4,866,896

1% Oct.
1% Oct.
25

:
:

Oct.

8% Oct. :
100% Oct. :
60
Apr.
8% Oct.
8% Oct. :

9% Feb.
20
Jan.
45% Jan.
"at Mar.
76% Jan.
35% Aug.
VA May
1% Mar.

18
2

14
15
6

20
12
1

7 %|Feb. 11
8% Jan. 14
46% Jan. 14

17%
114%
66%
14%
11

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

16
14
4
4
Feb. 10

:

|

1

1.

V

San Francisco Stock Exch
)

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN
!

.

6,421,624

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30..

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30.

Since
Jan. 1
S

Bid

1945
36,000 Atlas Diesel Eng Go 6a
2,000 Calif Packing Corp 5%.. 1940
12,000 Calif Water Serv 4%
1961
Langendorf Un Bak Inc—
5,000
65*%
1941
11,000 Market Street Ry Co 7a.. 1940
2,500 Pacific Gas A El Co 6s... 1941
1952
4,000 S J Lt & Pt Corp 6%

1055* 109
103
1055*

10254 105

105

100

"2",060

r,

BONDS

500 t

nioti Oil (

:

f

Nov.

1937

t«>47

6°Tr

120,000

i...

|

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

2

%

/

....

Price
Jan.

In
November

:

$14,000
561,500

$2,000

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

1936

1937

<:■

November

968,108
8,308,335

417,847

Shares

Bond Sales

1936

1937

Stock Sales—

November.

Ask

83

119

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

.....

1005*

1015*
9954
1145*
12554

100

11654 113

117

12554 "Nov." 5 125 54 "Nov."

115"" 118"

115

1165* 1185*

Oct. 18 1025* Sept. 2
Aug.
3 1025* Mar. 4
Jan. 19*
Mar. 19 118
Feb. 11
Nov. 5 132
May 26
May 26 115

S
Shares.

12,034 Alaska Juneau Gold M cap

1,940

10

379 Alaska Packers Assn cap..100

"l",490

Anglo-Calif Nat'l Bank
20
Assoc Ins Fund Inc com caplO
Atlas Imp Diesel Eng Co
5
Bankof Calif Nat ABsncaplOO
Bishop Oil Co
5
Byron Jackson com cap
*

2,195
1,915

35,930
48,631
52,748
2,517
64,011
53,135

1,806

17,'292 Calamba Sugar Estate

•3,378
2,403
95

com 20
5,067
Preferred...
..20
9,606 CilarerasCementCocom
•
810
7% preferred
100
16,309 Calif Cotton Mills cap...l00
71,252 Callf-Engels Mining Co
1
5,837 California Ink Co lnc A....*
60,794 California Packing cap
*
4,175
Preferred
.....
....50
1,075 California Water Serv preflOO
14,725 Caterpillar Tractor cap... •
1,157
Preferred stock
100
7,685 Chrysler Corp common
5
26,176 Claude Neon Elec Prod.....*
11,117 Cloro* Chemical A
...»
1,104 Coast Cos Gat&EI 6%lstpfl00
1,290 Consol Aircraft Corp com_._l

605
965

"T.ioo
3,335
260

3,143

i?

100
130

1,577
20

2,240
358
•

320

Y

60

Consol

1,898
2,810

33,979
2,520
1,983
610

1,770
1

16,455
54,420
13,808
25,489
872
V
2,031

.

4,496
2,030
2,017

>

:

"""ioo
390

EI Dorado OH Works cap...*
Emporium Capwell cap
•
Preferred
50
Emsco Derrick & Eq Co cap.5
Ewa Plantation....
..20
Fireman's Fund Indem cap 10

35,228 Food Machinery Corp com. 10
31,368 Foster & Kleiser com
r10
3,692
Class A preferred
....2?
Galland Mercantile Laundry

2,195
120
400

2,815
54,588
49,077
1*2,438
49,311
136,094

6,667
2,186
135

3,986
8,252

2,757
-

560
s;

common (capital)

1,944
10

Golden State Ltd cap..

90

1,240
300

1,481
6,921
110

5,663
235
105

4,568
340

Fire

& Marine

900 Hudson Motors Car Co

20,647
13,890
2,735
26,566
10,013
42,027
92,347
15,460
127,682
5,015
5,644
105,384
11,763

...

124,464 Merchant Cal Mach Co

10

No par

com

10

1,650 Market St Ry Co prior pf U 0
Preferred

50
•

*

Hunt Bros. Packing com...*
Preferred
10
Hutchinson Sug Plant cap If

1 angendorf United Bak cl A •
Class B...
•
I eslle Salt Co capital
•
Le Tourneau Inc common.10
I ibby McNeill & Llbby
*
Lock Heed Alrcr Corp com.. 1
I yons-Magnus Inc A
*
B
•
Magneto* Co Ltd (capital)} V*
Magnln Ac Co (I) common.. *
385
Preferred.....
for

50

Second preferred

value,




t Removed

1(0

from

35*
1054
190

654

65*
27 X

Sale

5J4
20

28

295*
21X 22 H
754
854
103 5* 105
30
375*

1154

2154 Sale
21
2054
45*

23

2054
45*

835*

16*

115*

41* 51*

Sale

m

3

35* Nov;
Nov.

6

Nov.

Nov. 22
Nov. 27

20

Nov, 22

20

Nov

16

35* Nov

19

2254 Nov. 4
2054 Nov. 15
454 Nov. 6

Oct.

20

Nov. 16

19

Nov.
Nov.

1

Nov.

4

39* Oct.

28

Nov, 22

26

Nov. 12

22

19

Nov, 22

515* Nov.
995* Nov.

Nov. 19
4

40

22

Nov,

Nov ,29

3

Nov

,

19

Oct.

1

94

Nov. 18

40

Nov. 22

Nov, 23

75*

Oct.

495* Nov. 22

Nov. 16
50
2
30 1015* Nov.
Nov. 10
70

Nov

3

3

Nov, 22

32

14
8

12

325* Mar. 15
2354 Mar. 11
Mar. 13
Jan. 13
Mar.31
Jan. 15
535* Feb. 25
485* Feb.
2
53
Aug. 20
10654 Apr. 20
9954 Feb.
3
10454 Aug. 4
125
Mar. 19
125* Feb. 20
56
Mar. 5
106 54 Mar. 27
3254 Mar. 8

Aly%

Nov. 24

,«54

754 Nov. 9
Nov. 19
32

10054 10354 1015* Nov 24 1025* Nov. 18
11
vlSv

Sale
235*

20

17

12
40

40

2054 Nov.

25
6
17
4
8

19
125*
92* Aug. 25 105
Occ. 19
465*
Oct.
7
15*

Nov, 18

30

18
1554 Feb.
July 21 1555* Feb.
5* Nov. 19 3154 Feb.
2
Oct.
19
75* Mar.
4
oct.- 19
25
Feb.
185
Oct.
18 214
July
Feb.
45s Oct. 19 10
13
Oct. 18 345* Mar.

95* Oct.

45

105* Nov.

Nov. 27 190

8

46

Nov.

Nov. 20

Nov.

i9^

11254 11451
95*
1051

5

130

94
8854 '915*
40
48
465*
1005*
1005* Sale
57
5754 53

103X
865*
885*

1025*
225*

18a

Sale

103""

42

135* Nov.

Nov. 26

42

45 %

45

Nov. 20

123
16

1005* Nov. 30
53

Nov. 23

0«K

Oct.

23

32

Oct.

13

100

Oct.

20

2154

June 30

345*

36

Sale

4%

.

293"" 325"

o

45*

375

320

Sale
V
825*
65* Sale
305* Sale
65*
-554
1454
79

11

12

46

50

225*
235* Sale
215*

"185*

175*

62

58

195*

13

155*

315* 325*
1054 Sale

115*
7154
45*

265*
5

165*
1954
1154
12
285* Sale
954 Sale

34

Nov.

29

55*
45*
375
320
Sale
95*
64
Sale
454
35*
25
29
5
Sale

29

365* Sale
6154 Sale
1354
145*
3654
365*
1854 Sale
75* Sale
215*
225*

Nov.

Nov. 24

327

Nov.

Nov,

82

Nov.

65* Nov.

Nov.

305* Nov.

Nov.

65* Nov.

175* Nov. 22
105* Nov. 23
Nov. 29

85* Nov. 19

50

44

40

32

40

35" ""Nov.""5

75

765*

74

705* Nov. 26

70

40

195* Nov. 12

3

355*
35*
185*

3154 Sale"
25* Sale
175*
185*

34

30

305*

Sale

95*

Sale
32

22

11

9

45*

Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
225* 32
9
1054
3 J* Sale
355*
75*

Nov. 23

27

175* Nov. 22
9% Oct. 19

27

Jan.

2

27

65* Oct, 19
495* June 16

2454
475*
1954
6054

Mar. 12
Mar. 3
Mar. 11
Jan.
7

Nov .22
Nov. 12

35

42

Feb.

10

965* Jan.

13

36
77

325* Nov. 10

5

3

Nov.

3

5

18

Nov.

5

28

Nov.

6

305* Nov.

Nov. 22

8

35* Nov.

8

Oct.

Nov.

695* Oct

18

5

19

425* Oct. 19
575* Mar 31

June 29

27

Oct.

19

Oct

19

7

19

22

6

40

2

1654 Oct.

4

28

42

Nov.

1

325* Nov. 24

9

Nov.

1

7
30

Oct.
Oct.

19

8

"16 5* "Nov." 12
45* Nov.

1

1

Nov.

Oct.

18

25* Oct.

19

Oct.

19

22

9

7

125* Sale

1154

1254

1154 Nov. 23

125* Nov.

225*
2154
2354 Sale
.70 Sale

2154 Nov. 9
235* Nov. 30
.65 Nov. 24

225* Nov.
1
275* Nov. ;:2
1.40 Nov.
1

1954 Oct. 19
235* Nov. 30
65c

Nov. 24

35

36

Nov.

375* Nov. 26

35

Oct.

Nov. 22

Sale

-

7054
185*
4154
315*
854

22 5*

2654 Sale
1.30 Sale

4
29

2
1

Nov.

325* Nov. 24
754 Nov. 22

Sept.

Nov.

13

18

25* Nov,

Mar. 12

9

40

18

42

3

3

Nov. 5
Apr. 13
Apr. 16
Mar. 12

325* Nov.
1054 Nov.

32

3454

•

Apr.

65* May

Nov. 24

5

50

34

46

19
o

145* Nov.

Nov.

Oct.

Apr. 28 327
85* Oct. 19 25
64
Nov. 24 1085*
25* Oct. 19 175*
2254 Oct. 19 59

320

Nov.

Nov.

28

3

554 Nov.

Nov.

45

375*
40
9354 Sale
345*
485*
495*
45* Sale
175*
18

20
21

175*

Sale

29
5
320

Mar.
Mar.

1
2

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Apr.

Feb. 13

4

11
29

1
28

14

27 X Aug. 14
36 54 Sept. 3
1.40 Nov.

1

Insur

Co of Calif capital. .,1, 10
14,202 HonoluluOilCrpLtd cap new*
1,230 Honolulu Plantation cap ..*
5,021

20

5,894

•

14,527 Hale Bros Stores, Inc, cap. *
6,111 Hancock Oil
»
14,946 Hawaiian Pineapple Co (new)
64,681
Rights to purchase w I

200

1,335
1,150

•

General Motors
.......10
General Paint Corp com
*
Preferred.
*
Gladding McBean Co com..*

Horn*

170

-

200

150

18

Industries

10,065 Fireman's Fund Insur cap 25
115 First Nat Corp of Portl cl A..

"3" 441

5,250
55,186

Sale*

2154
195

115*
12
150
16
Sale
3
3
354
Sale
8
85*
10
Sale
185
Sale
185
188
55*
55*
6
7
17
19
185*
215*
115*

123

"24 X

•:

95

507

Chemical

28,129
class A partic pref....*
28,491 Creameries of Amer (new)
1
225 Crocker First Nat Bk SFcaplOn
251,751 CrownZellerb Corp com tnew)
23,508
Preferred (new)..
48,535 Di Giorgio Fruit Corp com. 10
7,568
Preferred
...100
5,313 DoernbeckerMfgCo

-

11

15

145*

*23 54

;■

_

.

Ifln

41

44

35

Sale

•:

375*
205* Sale

36-

30

27

1854
354
75*

1754
254

2§*

22

135*
41

n*
it*

*

36
10
Sale

65*

85*

M

2354

i*

15*
35*
165*
125*
35

/>

2054

154
254
15

12

854
2 5*

.354

178
135*
2 5*

Nov.

Nov. 23

10

36

Sale

15* Nov. 23
36
Nov. 30

16

Sale

145* Nov. 26

154

12

15

94

102

16

Sale

36
17

395*

'J25*
4

25*

10
Sale

103
Sale

155*

10

35*

55*
5*
5*
15* Sale

4
4

15*

95*

5

16

285* Nov. 18
8
Nov.
6

27

21

Nov.

154 Nov. 27
354 Nov. 19
165* Nov. 12
125* Nov. 10

Oct.

Oct.

8

Nov.
*4

44 54 Mar.
2
3654 Jan. 21
32 5* Mar. 27

23

Feb.

2

45* Feb.

Oct.

3
11

2

Oct.

\a

Oct.

25

Mar. 10

10

Oct

16

Jan.

25

27
4
19

c

8

Feb.

4

1

13

Nov. 22

Nov. 19
5* Nov. 19
,

Nov. 17

'' Nov.

3

9754 Nov. 22
115* Nov. 23
115* Nov. 15

10

35*

t Removed from listing Feb. 4, 1937.

14

Oct.

Jan.
42
Feb.
455* Feb.

10

40

15*
15*
1354 Sale
17

6

15* Nov. 3
254 Nov. 23
16
Nov.
8

55*

5

97

1937.

754

8

5

24

listing May 28.

16

285* Nov. 18

5

109

7

185*
30

6

8

235*

20

17

25

754
854
754 Sale

9

3

22

2

ill*

4 V*

954
15*
4
18
1254
25*

9

38

,

1

June
3 1105* Feb. 18
4
10354 Apr.
7 1045* Jan.
Jan. 21/1
1015* Mar. 18 105

-----

100

<

101

10254 1055*
995* 1015*

•

114

121
133
123

Highest
Sale Prices

Qt

78

89

-

10254 103
117
128

Ask

1

Lowest

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

•

Ask Bid

101

104

102

1

Bid

Jan.

145

Oct.

16

2

Nov. 15

1>* Nov.

36

Nov. 16

345* Nov.

205* Nov.

2

"854 "Nov." 15
5

Nov. 19

5* Nov. 19
15* Nov. 2
1354 Nov. 1
9754 Nov. 22
17

Nov.

1

115* Nov. 15

5

454
5*
54
125*
9754
115*

Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

115* Nov. 15

Apr.

13

Feb.
Jan.

20
21

25

Tan.

21

5

Jan.

75

23 5*
108
28

28
Mar. 11
Jan.

Feb.

7
17

385* Jan. 20

9

June 29

9

June 29

6

Mar. 30

6

Mar

30

1

1

!

1
|
1

Dec., 1937]
AGGREGATE

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

SAM FRAN CISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER
Jan. 2

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Par

21,201 Meleir-Frank Co ..........10
17,451 Nat Auto Fibres IncCom stkl
86,238 Natomaa Co capital....
North Amer Inr

1,846

0% preferred
A 5*% preferred

724

.......100
......100

60,974 North Amer Oil Con sol cap. 10
5,69.1 Occidental Insurance cap.. 10
2,219 O'Connor Moffat
24,119 Oliver United Filters Inc A..*
92,868
B
•
3,925 PaauhauSugarPlantCo caplS
12,231 Pacific-Amer Fisheries, Inc. 5
31,166 Pacific Can Co...
*
161,622 Pacific Gas Ac Blec Co com.25
100,870

Ask

Bid

Pacific

6% preferred (new)
3,300
118,890 Republic Petroleum Corp

100

1

Preferred
.........50
1,290
.....1
84,379 Rheems Mfg Co
127,669 Richfield Oil Co common....
Warrants
5,920
12,183 Roos Bros Inc common.....1

1,369 Safeway Stores Inc

100

common

*

510 San Joaq Lt Ac Pr prior pf.100
6% prior pref ser A
100
15

5,214 Schlesinger (B F) com (new).
Preferred (new)
25
7,072
16,649 Shell Union Oil Corp com..9
cum conv

pref

100

No par value.

Sale
15

12

13

13

i.

105* .115*

265* Sale
285* Sale
255* Sale
375* 385*

mU

Sale

5

•55*

175*
Sale
185* 19
1225* Sale 1155* Sale
134

Sale

133

425* Sale
95
1005*

Sale
89

,'58

55* Sale
41
38
135*
145*
Sale

;* 6

15*
30
110

27
106

425*

41H
llv

■

'

1025*

25*
65*

55*
55

95* Sale

165*
90

?

22 i
103

25
118

265*
119

103

15* Sale
55*
185*
195*
98
985*

28
102

285*
1035*
35)4
365*

15*
15*

<

Spring VaileyCo Ltd capital *

85*

21H

! 95*

Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

Super Mold Corp of Cal cap.10
I bomaa Alloc
Corp class A ! *
Tide Water Assoc Oil Co

45* % preferred

com *

Corp capital..9

1)4

5)*
325*

435* Sale
15
165*
25*
35*
205*
215*

TH
II*

175* Sale"
2554* Sale
215* Sale
215*
225*
135* Sale

uipment Co com..l

125*
215*
265*
85*
85*
55*

pref..........5

115*

nton Oil Co of Calif
cap..

25

I'nlon Sugar Co common..25
United Air Lines Trans v t c.5

Conv

?5*

100

new

30-

25

435* Sale

Sou Pac Golden Gate cl A..9
Class B...
_•

Cons Oil

cum

..

..1(1

.

Walaiua

Agricultural Co. 20
WellsFargoBk A I nTr cap 100

63

312

68
Sale

Nov.

10

33

2

Nov.

2

96

6

Oct.

29

10

Nov

16
6

Nov.
Nov.

13

Nov.

if

10

Nov

&

125* Nov.
195* Nov.

P

395*

Nov.

15*
??

%

25*
•55*

5

515*

52
Sale

45*

315* Sale
135* Sale
55* Sale
15*

1**
85

20

39

Sale

38

325* Jan,
295* Jan.
53 5* Jan.

Nov.

5
3

Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.

1225* Nov.

107

A*
lf§*

1

134

1
1

23

10l8

~~2~~
:

45*

Sale

215*
95*
Sale

65*

Ml
300

280

154 Oct.

55* Nov. 12
55

Nov.

31

Nov. 20

55* Nov.
385* Nov.

11

Nov. 22

14

45* Nov. 23

6

I1

2

31

15

125*

35* Nov. 23
155* Nov. 23

19

1

Nov.

1
2

1
2

3

Nov .27

195* Nov. 22

33

Nov.

27

1

~285*~Nov.~l2 "29" ""Nov.* 13
1

8«

11

1$

205* Sale
21

23

;

75*
85*
75* Sale
45*
55*
10)*
105*

395* Sale
250

375

Oct.

4

Nov. 12
6

125* Nov. 23
15* Nov .^2
145* Nov. 27

145* Nov. 13
15* Nov. 20
155* Nov. 3

"i05*~No"v."24
19

Nov. 23

205* No sr. 23

11'

Nov. 19

105* Nov. 24

19

15* Nov. 22
13 5* Nov. 19

125* "Nov.""!
215* Nov. 2
26 J* Nov.
1
'

5

Oct.

Nov."!

65* Nov. 10
125* Nov. 2
405* Nov. 12

39

Nov.

3

275

Nov.

3 280

Nov.

3

22

Nov.

Oct.

95* Oct.
175* Oct.
17
Sept.
85* Oct.
45* Oct.
35* Oct.
105* Nov.
355* Oct.

275

3

Nov;, 5
Nov.
3

Nov.

695* July 14
July 16
305* Aug. 18
655* Mar. 11
25* Aug. 16

14 105

19

85

"~65*~No"V."23 "_9

22

Oct.

■I

2
28

8
6 I0o5* June
485* Mar. 12

28

"

Mar.
Jan.

19

5* Oct, 19
7
5* Oct.
7
Sept. 2h

"29 5* "Nov." 23 "33 5* "Nov."" I

9
15
15
17

>

335* Feb. 2ft

23

17 5* Nov. 22

6

Jan.
Feb.

425* Jan. 27
122
Sept. 1

Nov. 22

Nov.

5* Nov.

Jan.

7 1065* Mar. 31
18
75* Apr. 16
19
125* Apr. 16

Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Oct.

155*
965*
205*
195*

"25 5* "Nov." "3

23

80
Sale

Oct.

Jan.;

-

'US
33

9 110

7

Jan.

Apr. 19
195* June 2ft
May
7
May 25

Oct.

96

23

5* Nov. 19
5* Nov. 3

135*
'ji 15*

Oct.

4

15* Nov.
55* Nov.

25

Jan.

50

95* Oct.

Nov.

315* Sept.
114
Apr.
106
July
1 )* Nov. 23

55*
185*
895*
135*

Nov. 20
19
19
Nov. 19
Oct. 19

Nov. 12

1

175* Nov, 22

Sale

19

9|

175*~Nov.~l3

Sale

J

20

Oct.

5

525* Nov. 10
254 Oct. 19

97

"Nov." "8

Sale

21

76

Sale

*25* Nov. 27

100

285* Sale

if* Ml
Sale

425* Nov.

112

M

Sale

1155*

Nov.

Nov.

12
22

Jan.

14
13
ft
Jan.
7
Jan
18
Jan.
4
87
Feb. 16
109
Feb. 23
2
545* Feb.

Nov.
2
65* Nov. 17
195* Nov. 12

15* Nov. 19
5
Nov, 3
525* Nqv. 10
45* Nov. 23

155*

Jan.

Nov. 27

100
25

1

7«

134
35

Mar.
May

225* Jan.
Feb.

3

104

45* Nov.
175* Nov.
113

Apr.

Nov.

27)*

285* Nov.
25 5* Nov.
36
Nov.

99

Nov. 18

Nov.

Nov.

1
3

Nov. 10

5

Mar. 12
7

Jan.

hlH
!§H

115* Nov. 29

25

Mar. 17
9

Mar.

32

41

80

niversal

135* May

135* Feb. 15

Nov. 19

100

39

465*

2

5 5*

55*

91

45

18

40

138
Sale

29

(

19

65* Nov. 19
65* Oct. 19

Nov. 13

65* Nov.

Sale

A. 9

27
19

•

1
12

218
5

Jan.
Feb.

13
17

Feb.

19
June 21
Feb. 24

215* Feb.
98

24
June 10

165* Aug.

24

2
4
285* Feb.
285* Oct. 11
235« Jan. 13
19
July 19
95* July 26
175* July 26

18

75

19
24

20
19

19

3 350

Jan.

Feb.

18

1

Pipe A Steel of Calif

common

If

355*

385*

I 5#

5954

62

54

59

...

(Consolidated) cl A

ser

20

17\

Nov. 22

38

30

Nov. 26

39

36

35

Nov. 12

36

4

3

Nov. 19

225*

185*

22

39

32

40

24

Oct.

19

405* Mar.

8

*

50

Cem Co pf-.lO

J Removed from list Feb. 4.




Sale

101,:

4,607 Yosemite Portl
♦

12

50

235* Nov.

90

Victor £

3
1
5

Oct.

1025* Mar.

Nov.

125* Sale
225*
255*
95*
10
165*
19
75* Sale

8
265* Sale
285* Sale
265* 265*
395* Sale
103
1035*
45* Sale

86

8

Nov.

135*

28

I

95* Nov.

Nov. 19

25

33

Class A Series II

720

8

5

I ransamerica

95* Nov.
95* Nov.

65* Nov. 19
85* Nov. 23

41

75*

...

Yellow Checker Cab Co—

6,4io

11
58

Preferred..
100
Sou Cal Gas pfd 6% cum A.25
Sou Pacific Co com
(cap'l).lOO

Western

40,338

95*

925*
985*
24
22)*
225* Sale

34,201 Signal Oil Ac Gas Co class
171,907 Soundvlew Pulp Co new
313
6,840
55,930
31,226
11,471
6,984
135,316
36,658
5,105
56,656
345
224,113
149,794
75,457
5,908
124,355
19,164
26,046
5.294
880

Sale

85*

8

60

12

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

Series A preferred

1,108

Sale Prices

85* Nov. 26

135*

100

....

9,223 Plg'n Whistle Corp partlc pf *
19,647 Ry Eq Ac Realty Co Ltd com.9

V

Highest

Sale Prices

235*

2,518 Phillips Petroleum Co cap..9

332

Lowest

Sale Prices

85*
115*

Lighting Corp com..9

Preferred

7'

Highest

Sale Prices

9

85*

Lowest

Ask

125*

5,171 Pac Tel A Tel Co common.100
6% preferred...........100
1,490
18,501 Parafflne Cos, Inc., com...
580

8

55
46

225*
98)4 Sale
91
93
145* Sale
30
315*

$6 dividend pref......
67,493 Pac Pub Serv com non-rot.
First preferred...........9
49,847
•»

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

95*
10
95* Sale
95* Sale

"l25* Sale

6% 1st preferred........25
BH% 1st preferred......25

32,586
60,556
5,757

Bid

Corp—

Common...............ion

770

Nov. 1

1937

Shares

K

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Price

Since

<

63

37
36
~

•

35* Sale

3

vM

35* Nov.

2

Nov. 26

64

Nov. 11

'3

59

Nov. 18

Jan.
Jan.

14
7

45* June 16

«

Stock Sales

' v

Shares

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

•

In

STOCKS

Shares

4,700
1,500
:V

7

200

.

4,200

*1,300
2,500
3,000
8,500

9% Sale
265*

800

""900

34,006

1,300
300

300

Sale
2% Sale

45c

'

'

17,700
2,400

"4',266
1,300
800

3,000
1,900
40,200
1,190
300

1,100
100

13,200
1,700
4,500
6,400
100

2,300
900

1,766

500

700
200
115
200
200
-

100

7,800

50

2,000
14,400
700

800

1,600
100
*119

2,500

1

50c

Nov. 19

2

2% Nov.

Nov. 27

Jan.
2
Mar. 17
Mar. 17

Oct.

35c

19
19

Apr.
Jan.

5

50c

Nov. 22

Feb.
Jan.

5
4
28
19

Oct,
% Oct.

1.10 Oct.
50c
Oct.

1

Jan.
Oct.

19
11
4
25

6c

-a'

8c

Nov.

2

15c

6c

Nov.

5

9c

Nov.

2

8c

6c

6c

Nov.

5

9c

Nov.

2

*4c

7c

28H

23

20

25

2}

75%

56H

57}

9H

4H

67p
62

61H

42

36

Sale
10H Sale
18H
7

28)4

30
22

Sept. 22
Nov. 19

17
10

May 17
0% Oct. 23

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

27

7% Oct.

19

Mar. 11

2% Oct

19

1.40 Nov. 22
53
Nov. 24

Nov.
Nov.

1

Nov.
Nov.

Nov.

4

7

Oct.

19

Nov. 16

4

Oct.

19

Mar. 16
Feb.
8
Feb. 16

5% Jan.

21
24

Mar.

75c
390

Sale

80c

420

36H Sale

Nov. 26

33 H

Sale

9%

Nov. 15

Nov.

Nov.

3

Nov.

8% Nov.
75c
Nov.
390
Nov.

1
9

Nov.

32% Nov. 23

42

Nov.

1

32 % Sept
7
Oct.
50c
Oct.
390

454
22%
32%
11%

6

Nov. 22

10
7

12

OH

Nov. 19

24%

25H

10

% Nov. 12
6% Nov. 15

20 H

21H

20

Nov. 19

24"""Nov."l2

22% Sale
85c
1.10

21%

22

21

22% Nov.

95c

70c

85c

Nov.

Jan. 11
June 19

2% Nov.

L A Gas A Elec 6% pref
100
L A Industries Inc.........2

10c

"7c" Sale"
36c

L A Investment Co

84,620 Mascot OH Co
68,800 Menasco Mfg Co

10
1

...1
15,350 Merchants Petroleum Co
I
1,011,886 Mid-Western Oil Co
3,935 Mills Alloys Inc A
•
1,980
B
♦
...

49,800 Mt Diablo OH Ming A Dev..l
3,500 National Funding Corp...10
658,100 Nor don Corp
5
207,325 Occidental Pet Corp
1
236,120 Oceanic Oil Co...
1
426,000 Olinda Land Co....
1
13,500 Pacific Clay Products
*
26,700 Pacific Distillers Inc
1
29,400 Pac Finance Corp common. 10
Preferred series A

4H

4H

7%

8

80c

95c

16c

8

Sale

4%
60c

Apr. 14
Mar. 3

Oct.

Jan.

19
19
6
Sept.16
16% Sept 19

65c
12

5c

19c

1%
8c

6c

22c

'

18c
11

Nov. 17
Nov. 16
Nov. 19

7c
39c
12

70c
12%
Sale
45c

80c
18c

85c
19c

11H

12

56 preferred

15c

Nov. 17

18c

Sale
Sale

10c

60c

AH

2

60c

Sale

6
18c

19c

37c
35c
1.15 Sale
Sale
22c

OH

4H

A*
Sale

15 H

Sale

Uc"

16c"

25c

35c
1.05 Sale
20c
25c
6
52 He

14

7H
75c

15%

Nov. 13
Nov. 18

30c

50c

*

2,566 Samson Corp B common....*!
14,530
6% Preferred
10
666 San Gabriel Riv Impt Co...10

10% Aug. 11
60c
Feb. 10

20
Mar. 19
OH Feb.
8
10
Feb.. 6
16 H Feb.

12

60c

1% Nov.

3

"2li'Nbv.'"i
Nov,

5

5

65c Nov. 10
1% Nov. 1
36c

Nov.

2

10c

Nov. 13
Nov. 11

11c

Nov.

1

70c

Nov.

25c

Nov. 29

55c

Nov. 10

1 % Nov. 30
25c
Nov. 29
Nov. 23
60c

9
14c
30c
1.05

Nov. 16

9

Nov. 19

18c
35c

20c

Nov. 22

Nov.

1

9

Nov. 23

OH Nov. 24
45c
Nov. 24
14 H Nov. 19

50c

Oct.

90c

Oct.

30c

Nov.

26 %
Sale

lc„ Jan.
Oct.

11c

Aug.

50c

50c

Oct.

•7 He Apr.
12 % Jan.

20

10H

39c

25c
Sale

July

:

45c

Oct.

;

70c

Jan.

80c
Feb.
1
2.00 Mar. 19

16c

Jan.

!

40c

0% Oct.

:

18

OH Nov. 24
Nov. 12

65c

15% Nov.

1

0% Oct.

45c

Nov.:

Oct.

Jan.

Nov.!
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.

Mar. 19

30

Oct.

July

Sale

2H

41H

Sale

Sale
42 %

26 H

2H

3%

1

Nov. 23

Nov.

Nov. 10

Nov. 12

24

Nov.

Nov.

Nov,
Nov.

Nov.

31

Nov.

Nov.

30

2

Nov.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

*1

1

Nov. 20

Nov.
Nov.

2
Sale

90c

Oct.

Nov.

2H Nov.

1.25 Oct.
4
Oct.
1.35 Oct.
24
Nov.

Nov.

1.00 Nov.

2% Nov.
14% Sept.

32

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

7
21
23

5
17
12
Mar. 31

Apr.

Feb.

May
July

8
7

20
Feb. 13
Oct. 15
Mar. 19
Feb, 23

Jan.

46

30

27%

31

Nov.

3

30 H Nov. 18

i Feb.

3

119

114
44

July
4% Oct.

18c

Nov.

1

6
4

Nov.:

June i

3

Nov. 10

Mar.
Feb.

1% May 18

98%
4%
17%
12%
2%

:

5

Nov.
Nov.

Feb. 26

4
12
Mar. 17
Jan. 13
Jan. 13
Jan.
8
Feb. 18

12% Oct.
ii% Aug.:
May :

Nov.

Nov.

4%
1H
4%
1H

2%

1
11
5
12

1.25 Nov. 10
25c
Nov. 17

.

Sale
40

Feb.

13c

38
18c

Sale

2% Mar.

25c

Nov.

36

:

2

Nov.

98% Nov.
4 H Nov.
17 H Nov.
13
Nov.
4% Nov.

20

1.45 Mar. 30
45* Jan. 16
Mar. 15
23c
June 17

80c

Nov. 16
Nov.
3

28% Nov.
25 H Nov.

M*
105

:

60c

Oct.

29

1,700 Pacific Public Service
*
360
1st preferred.............*

For footnotes see page 65.

65c

72 He Jan. 25

109

"2li"Nov."24

35c

1%

Sale

52 He

Sale

8 H Nov.

3

18c

1

::

60c

Sale

3,760 Pacific Western OH Corp...*

5,206 Security Co units

4H

10c

......_..*

266 Safeway Stores Inc

~2H "2%

6H Nov. 22
•'-f

75c
Sale

60c

21c

Mar. 11

27% Aug. 12
1.50 Mar. 16
1.75 July 23
35
Jan.
4

Nov. 20

18c

Nov.

10

210,500 Republic Petr Co Ltd
II
2,266
Preferred
50
107,430 Rice Ranch OH Co
1
181,760 Richfield OI1 Corp common.*
10,900
Warrants....
.......
39,266 Robert Public Markets ...*
37,900 Ryan Aeronautical Co
1

Mar. 11

23

Nov.
1
Nov. 10

7% Sale

70c

1,900
Preferred series C
...10
5,000 Pac Gas A Elec Co com
25
8,600
1st pref 6%
.........28
3,560
S%% 1st preferred......25
16,000 Pacific Indemnity Co......10
5,266 Pac Lighting Corp com.....*

877

5%

15c

39c

lc
2.26
1

41c

18c

8%

11

Apr. 14

3

A%

30c

36c
1.35
25c

18c

~2% Sale"

3% Sale
.....

13
3

Feb.

Oct.

2

1% Nov. 27

4

Feb.

22 % Mar.

2H

48c

29c
Sale
10
10%
108 % 109%

Aug.

5

132 % Apr

250 Knudsen Creameries

1

Mar. 17

8

Irr T§h
2H

4
9

Nov. 23
June 19
July 23
Nov. 23

2

70c

Nov. 8
Nov. 29

16

Mar. 11

1.20.

1

Feb.

10

19
19

Sept. 13
38% July
9
10

9

Feb.

Nov.

103

7c
45c

Mar. 19

88 Apr.

3
3

8

275*

Feb., 19

14

Nov.

x4H Nov.

10 H
410

20

3
5

9
5

5

95c I'* Sale

Sept. 10

5

Nov.

1.50 Nov.
73
'Nov.

9

10
35

.....

Nov. 19

Sale
37

14

21X 22H
*
1 77He 87He

Lincoln Petroleum Corp

Feb.

23
Feb. 23
Feb. 25
Feb. 18

7c
5c

30

11%
Sale
12

10H

22

Nov. 24
1.40 Nov. 22
53
Nov. 24

20

0

5% Nov.

1.40

34

101

Lockheed Aircraft Corp

Jan.

Sept.14

7% Nov.

25*

4

International Cinema -....♦

192,877
54,900
3,613
165,300
20,100

Jan.

1

17% Oct.

14c

•

*5c

8c

5
2

10c

5c
5c
4c

9c

5c
4

Nov. 29

Nov.
Nov.

5c

SH
10%
5%
10)4

380,000 Jade Oil Co
1
584,245 Klnner Air pi 9c Motor Corp.l




45c

10 3

2}

104

74%

80 San Joaquin LAP 7% pr pflOO

185

10 H Nov. 27
29
Nov. 4
Nov. 27
Nov. 19 57 He Nov.
1
Nov. 19
1% Nov. 3
Nov. 22
60c
Nov. 4

»Prices
Jan.
8

19
Nov. 27

24

Nov. 15

4% Nov. 12

Honolulu Oil

900

300

2% Sale

2 H Sale

7c

300 Hupp Motor Car Co....
„

50c
Sale
65c

1

1H

5
Corp.........*
1,900 eHudson Motor Car Co.——*
300

24

40c

24

890 Holly Oil Co

166

r

12
26

48c

AH

2

Nov. 15

2

Highest

Sale Prices
2
Nov. 15

43)4 Jan.

9c

27H

$5 Preferred.........

94,200 Holly Development Co

800

1U
50c

10c
10c

—25

42,300 Hancock OH Co A

2H
Sale

Lowest

Highest
Sale Prices

3% Nov. 24
10H Nov. 27

3%

57He Sale

8c

.....

2,000

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

Lowest

10

15c

.1,600 General Metals Corp
13,400 General Motors Corp
10
7,100 General Paint common.. ._*

85

1H

1H
4%

5c
5c

7c

1,466
Preferred
...*
14,100 Gladding McBean 9c Co
29,900 Globe Grain 9c Milling Co..25
2,300 Golden State Co
5,200 Goodyear TAR Akron com.*

"loo

$1,200

2%
104 %

900 Douglas Aircraft Corp......*
Emsco Derr 9c Equip Co
5
597,800 Exeter Oil Co A
1
716 Farmers 9c Merch Not Bk.100
50 Foster & Klelser Co...—..10

1,900
700

100

75*

18,606

94

67,190

1.25

1.10

7%

Consolidated Oil Corp......*

908 District Bond Co

*72
200

1,000
5,600

1%

20%

163,700 Consolidated Steel com
*
19,600
Preferred
*
17,100 Creameries of America ▼ t c_*

300

Ask

24

1

2,500 California Bank...........25
1,260 Calif Packing Corp
*
4,794 Central Investment Corp. 100
12,700 Chapman's Ice Cream Co
*
2,660 Chrysler Corp
5
12,000 Citizens Nat T & S Bank-20
34,100 Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd.*

131

"4" 655

4

.......

1,300

2,700

Ask
4%

3%

2,625
5J*% preferred
.....100
178,038 Barnhart-Morrow Cons——1
74,700 Berkey & Gay Furn Co——1
165,000
Warrants.....
——...—*
55,100 Bolsa Chica Oil Corp A....10
1,500
B
10
1,386 Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
53,600 Buckeye Union Oil com
1
37,000
Common Tot tr ctfa...— 1
27,800 -t Preferred
......I
102,906
Preferred rot trust ctfs—1
700 Byron Jackson Co.....—. *

40

1936

$5,000

,

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

Bid

Bid

80G Barker Bros common.....—4'

100

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

1

Nov.

1937

par

1

Assoc Gas & El A

135,000 Bandini Petroleum Co

4.300

1937

,*

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

'

M

1

'

:

Price

......

2,200

100

-

»

Jan. 2

Jan. 2

Shares
:

s

Since

November

Bond Sales—

N o vember

1,084,418
11,581,697

530,516
13,126,774

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

t

1936

1937

;

\

ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS

November

-

TV f'

Feb.

Feb.

29

Oct.

Feb.

9
4

^

DEC., 1937]
AGGREGATE
In

w

Since
Jan. 2

Shares

Price
Jan. 2
1937

Shares

mmm —

-

100

10,000
300

5,100
402

1,500
2,100
i 600

f

900

5,000
2,400

STOCK

STOCKS

Nov. 1
Bid

36,350 Security First Nut Bank...20
600 Shell Union Oil Corp.......*
229,800 Sierra Trading Corp
25c
.U 6,400 Signal Oil-Gas A...
B common........
?]■
100
8,682 Signal Petroleum Co
25
63,600 So Calif Bdlaon Ltd com
Original preferred...—25
|
2,179
24,200
6% preferred...........25
25,600
5k% preferred.........25
3.900 So Calif Gas A 6% pref—25
:
1,000
6% preferred...........25
418 So Counties Gas t% pref. 100
16,100 Sonteg Chain Stores Co Ltd. *
18,800 Southern Pacific Co......100

8c
30

25

m mm m mm m

'

m mm mm mm mm

21%

22%
Sale

J'<f
29

a

100

Sunray Oil Corp..—......I
Superior Oil Co common...25
Taylor Milling Corp........*

9,000

87,000

Transamerica

10,900
1,300

x40

1,600

Corp.........*

20

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

44

22H

Sale

23

12

mm mm mm

138 H 150
25 H Sale
13 H
13H

20
Sale

21% Sale
8*;
9M

22

21H Sale
35 H
37 H
26 H Sale
23 H
24

19 H
35
26 H
23 H

28

28

Nov.

8

Nov .""2
Nov. 2
Nov. 3

19
7c
25

22% Nov, 12
36

27% Nov. 10
24 % Nov.
1
28% Nov. 13

m "*8H Nov.""§

m

Nov. 19

Nov. 22
Nov. 23
Nov. 22

9H Nov. 15
22% Nov. 12
33 % Nov.
1
3)2 Nov, 2
38H Nov. 29
14% Nov. 19
12 H Nov. 10

29

rn.~mmm.4m

20 %

30k

W „3

H Sale

12

Nov. 2
Nov. 17
Nov. 23

19
6c

25

Sale"
33

540 Union Bank 5c Trust Co...50
149,900 Union Oil of Calif—25
10
35,300 Universal Cons Oil Co..
500 Van de Kamps Bakeries.....*
10
1,330 Victor Oil Co
3,770 Weber Showcase & Pis pfd..*
77.000 Wellington Oil Co..—....l
2,200 Western Air Express Corp.. 10

Lowest
Sale Prices

Ask

'ijjX'IjjI
6c
7c

20 H Sale
35 % Sale
26H
27
24 % Sale
28
29

Standard Oil of Calif.......*

*

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

mmmnmmmrn m

lgk

6c

32,200
62,300
55,700
4,100

5,900

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

18H

•

700

65

EXCHANGE

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

LOS AM GELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

November

ANGELES

LOS

mm mm mm mm

Sale
31H

3H

37

39

12 k

15

*

17 H Nov. 24
29
Nov. 23
2M Nov. 24
29 H Nov.
1
14 k Nov. 19

11% Sale

20 H

7

Nov. 17

10 H Nov. 23

Nov. 22
6 % Nov. 26

19

Sale
Sale

21% Nov. 1
8% Nov. 12

52% May 18
19
2c

2c'
22
«il5c
19

Nov.

2

Jan, 14
Sept. 14
Oct. 20
Mar.

6H
6H Sale

4

6

6k

6

x5

Nov.

2

Nov. 19

Nov.

x5

2

7% Nov. 12

19

32k
29k
28 H

Mar.

4

27H Oct. 19
105H Apr. 27
8H Nov. 9
17
28 H
2
29 H
14k

Oct.

19

Oct.

19

Oct.

18

Nov. 25
Nov. 19

9% Oct.

19

141 % May
17 % Oct.
6
Oct.

5

3%

3k

4H

2% Nov* 22

3H Nov. 29

12

20
13

13
6
8

11
20
20
108k
29
14H
4
62k
19
49k Feb. 19
6
Feb. 16
55
Mar; 31
25k Mar. 2
16 k Aug. 2
31k
31k

Jan. 27
Feb.
4
July 19
Aug. 13
2H Mar. 17
Feb. 11
Apr. 13
Jan. 12
Jan. 29
June .7

Oct.
Jan.

\lH
*1%

56k Feb.

3H

41

Mar.
Oct.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Mar,
Feb.
Feb,
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.

155

Oct.

5
9

5,900 Yosemlte Portl Cement preflO

f2H Aug. 12
Mar. 19
16
48
22
48c

34H Oct. 19
25H Oct. 21
23M Nov. 23
30

Oct.

4

5% Oct.
1% Jan.

4

"200 Yellow ft Checker Cab Co..*

800

Highest
Sale Prices
60
Feb.
4

2% Nov.

MINING STOCKS—

-500 Alaska Juneau Gold M GolOc

11,700
13,000
10,300
200

21,050
44,000

14H

15

413,500

Black Mammoth Cons M ColOc

28c
3c

20c

Calumet Gold Mines Co..10c

23c
lHc

16c

664,300
99,500
5,340
6,450
1,359,100
425,200

lHc

2%c

Cardinal Gold Mining Co...l
Cons Chollar G & S Co
1

67Hc 75c

17c

22c

Gold Ore Mining C0........I

!6c" "l5c"

-loo
8,000

500

"loo

c

15 He Nov. 20

lHcNov.

3H

5c
2c

5c
2c

8

20c

25c

3% HZ%
10c
Sale

Sale
Sale

2

3%
10c
Sale

2c

2c

Nov. 18

Nov.

3

2 He Nov.
27c
Nov.

20c

2

12c
lc

6

20c

3H Nov. 16
x5c

i

Nov. 18

.

Nov.

1

2c

Nov.

1

Nov.

lHc

Gold M Co.lOc

Prince Cons Mining Co.

Nov.

3% Nov. 16
x5c

4

3% Nov.

6

lc

10

80,840 Tom Reed Gold Mines'Co.
235,325 Zcnda Gold Mining Co

42c

1

8c

25k

44c
12c

20

32c
6c

12%

m% 185]
30H

35c

7c

13H

30c
6c

14H

32c
Sale

14%

31c

Nov. 22

4Hc Nov. 22

12

Nov. 19

HlOH"30%"lit" '24%Nby?*8

35c
De

Nov.
Nov.

2
3

13 % Nov. 16

24H

Nov."~8

Cities Service Co........

*

60%
4H

4H

61%

2

46 H

47 H
2% Sale

483
23

Nov. 17
4

Nov.

48 H Nov. 17

2H Nov. 12

100 Claude Neon Lights of N Y.l

700

1,200
13,100

100
•

100
200
—

1%

Com*wealth & Southern....*

3,100
200
600

2,200
200

6,000

300
300
300

3,200

Kennecott Copper Corp....*

900 McKesson 5t Robbint

5

Montgomery Ward 5c Co....*
N Y Central RR.....1......*

2%

2%

2%

Ik Nov. 20

61'

13

2H Nov. 27

563

36%

~42%

34 H

18%

20

6




7%

35% Sale

"7~""Nov.26

3H Nov. 23

10H Nov. 22
42

Nov. 27

18H Nov.

6

7

Nov. 26

8

35 % Nov. 30

"Nov.23

40H"No"v."I6

29H Nov.

7

35%
19

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7

Sale

7H

8H

5%

5

30c

Oct.

15

4Hc Nov. 22

12
151

Oct.

6%

,

18
23
22
20

6H Nov. 23
5

Nov. 18

19 H Nov. 10
8
Nov, 12

21H Nov. 22
6

Nov.

1

6HN0V.
4% Nov.

6

"69H

5l"""Nov."23

5

51

9%

8H Nov. 22

9

Nov. 23

Nov.

4

10
27
97

48H Nov.
1H Oct.

6
2

Oct.

20
4

1H Oct.
31
Oct.
3 k May

*

mm

4

3H Nov. 16

4H Nov. 26

26%

4%
27%

62
49
45

29H Nov. 8
13 H Aug. 31
32
16

Nov.-23
Oct. 19

3k
15 k
5
5

Nov. 20
Oct. 19

19

Nov. 16

24 H Nov. 22

55

55%

49 % Nov. 23

30
Nov. 12
60 H Nov. 10

8%

6H Nov. 22

7%

9% Nov.

2

62
15
68
54
17
34

m

10
8 43k
51
Nov. 23 ^66k
8 k Nov. 22
16

14

June

Oct.

13
15

24H Nov. 22
49k Nov. 23
6k Oct. 19
151

Jan.

1
2
1

Oct.

1

15k Feb. 1

6H Oct.

3

1
2

Feb.
Mar.
Feb. 1
Feb.
Mar. 1

27

Oct.

Oct.

1

2

Sept. 3

8

10k Nov.
37 H Nov.
18k Nov.

15

Jan.

1
2

5

2 k Oct.

4H Oct.

Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
July
Jan.
Aug.
Jan,

37

60H Sept. 14
41H Oct. 20
3%
3%
29 H 30%
60% 61%
9% Sale

12
June
1
Feb. 23
82HcFeb. 26
5
Oct. 25
12c
Mar. 1
9c
Feb. 10
20c
May 21
3% Nov. 5
1
Jan. 13
48o
Jan. 11
15c Jan. 11
4c

9

Apr.

Oct.

15k Jan.

39c

29
187
68
35

Oct.

24k Nov.

27

400 Standard OU Co (N J)
25
2.300 Texas Corp...............25
5,000 Tide Water Assoc OU......10
12,600 United Corp (Del)——*

Odd lot.

6%

42%

8%

x

21%

35 %

Standard Brands Inc.......*

No par value.

~42 |i

Nov. 23
Nov. 22
Nov. 8
Nov. 6

13

55H

.. . . .

300 U S Rubber Co..........

3H
10%
37H
18k

20H
7% Sale
19k 20H

60H

PackardJMotor Car Co......*
Radio Corp of America.....*
Radio-Kelth-Orpheum.
*

2,500 U S Steel Corp
100
30,700 Warner Bros Pictures.....!

4%

"6% "7%

63%

4,000

4

Mar. 22

45

No Amer Aviation Inc......l
North American Co........*

100 Westinghouse El 5c Mfg Co. 50
♦

41 %
21H

700 Seaboard OU Co of Del..
*
200 Sears, Roebuck 5c Co......*

"""loo
900

3%

100 International Nickel Co....*
3,200 International Tel 5c Tel.....*

3,500
7,500
31,300
1,900
17,300
53,400
7,100

Jan.

3k Nov.

9

300 Continental Oil Co (Del)....5
5
2,000 Cord Corp
27,300 Curtiss-Wright Corp
1
6
2,000 Electric Bond 5c Share
2,300 General Electric Co........*
2,100 Goodrich (B F) Co.........*

—

500
300

Nov. 18
lHcJan.
4

2% Aug.

Commercial Solvents.......*

....

100
200
500

1H Apr. 21

24 k

....

34,500

8
8

8H Jan.

5
200 Bendix Aviation
900 Caterpillar Tractor......... *

100

8
18

99
Aug.
3 k Oct.

...

1,300

Sept.
Sept.

50c

1

UNLISTED STOCKS—
3,000 Amer Rad & Stand San.....*
100
6,085 Amer Tel 8c Tel Co
2,300 Anaconda Copper Mining..50
.25
1,100 Atlantic Refining Co
11,900 (The) Aviation Corp (Del)..3
2.000 Baldwin Locomotive........*

Oct.

5c

lc

100 Pioneer Gold Mines of B C..1

11,000

fdiioo

imperial Development Co.25c
Oatman Rainb

10k Sept.
19c

72

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Fe».
Jan.

2
2

1
2
1
1

Apr, 1
Jan.
Oct.
Jan.
Feb.

1
1
1
2

64 k July

P
30

12 151

1
Feb. 2
Jan.
Nov. 1

July 1
Feb. 2
Jan. 1

Cleveland Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

^

Since

November

Jan. 1

Shares
'•

525

"210

,

X

■$'

882

"referred

100

........

'

mmmm

— —

95

~

171

3,426

5

27

26
21

9,075
225

3,514
2.714

30

4,946

110

5% pref_. .100

351

mm

"no
25

861

281

110
170

6,192

163

280

1,190
889

1,270

-

;

420
889

iv
'

Vi'

......

Cooperage

mm

74

3,813

626
908
325
220

2,593
313

,

481

*•

200

4,416
190

1,360

260
mmmmmm

47

23

19

8

7

6

Nov.

5

Oct.

334 Jan.

26

8

Nov. 12

6

Oct.

19

14 4 Feb.

20

9

11

Oct.

19

204 July

12

Oct.

20

40

*85"

Nov."

9

80

Oct.

19 100

Oct.

15

114 Nov.

1

*80""No~v.~"9

124 Nov, 12
8

Nov,

18}
2}

Nov, 23

64
105

Nov

16

124 Nov. 12

8

70

Oct.

20

Nov.

4

18

Oct.

19

24 Oct.

14

24 Nov. 16

40

Nov.

1

Nov. 5
Nov. 13

10 i

15

Nov.

43

Nov. 22
Nov. 12

70
24
Sale

31

27

154

74

54

20

84 Nov. 18

8

23

Nov." 8
Nov. 13

25

Nov.

4

40

Nov.

174 Nor. 19

37

354

40

23

35

18
39

Nov. 19
Nov.
1

19

13

20

Nov.

4

7

744
94
20

434
Sale
84
-----

294 Sale
18
98

•

Ohio Confection...........*

15

3

114

20

21

Nov.

1

16

214

16

Nov. 24

mm 64

5

Nov. 20

184 Nov.
64 Nov.
134 Nov.

3
3
3

124
Sale

11
4

Nov. 24
Nov.

5

164 Nov. 24.

'294
20

34

o34

85

27
20

Nov. 23
Nov.
9

3

4
~

.....

-

44
88''
34
14

34"" "35"
54

9

16

44

44

"24 ""24

34 Nov. 22

"24~No"v."23

15

3
Nov. 15

34

11

Nov. 18

13

18

Nov.

9

19

Nov.

4

Nov. 22

Sale

11

Nov. 24

Sale
Sale

30

Nov. 19

21

20

Nov. 18

10

Nov. 23

32

Nov.

17

18

10

31

334

32

334

4

44

12

24 Nov.

2

8

753

mmmmmm

No par value.




2 4

W

R I Corp pref
.......100
Yougstown S & T pref..
100

a Trading suspended.

"15*" ¥aie~

Sale

64

Wks Co com. *

16.161 Warren Ref & Chem com....2
9.895 Weinberger Drug.........

Sale

"7"" ""74

94 Sale

12

24

17" "19""
844
112

-----

114

19
100

Nov. 20

13

Apr. 12

734 Mar. 9
374 Mar. 12
8

13

Jan!

22

84 June 14
264 Mar 23
584 Mar. 3
60

Feb.

1

114 Mar.

9

85

Mar. 23

74 Oct.

25

15

Jan.

Jan.

26

35

30

30

Mar.
Jan.

Sept. 29

18

Sept. 30

.

3
21

4

1

Nov. 19

2

124 Feb.
19
<June
7 100

Oct.

19

284 Oct..

19

Feb.

6

5
Nov. 12

104 Oct. 20

Nov.

44 Nov.

3

6

174 Oct.

19

Oct.

19

3

Nov. 20

11

Nov. 24

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3
3
1
1
1

30

Nov. 19

44 Nov.

4

13

394
34
234
104
32

24 Oct.

16

17

Nov. 29

10

8

Mar.

9

104 May

7

204 Mar

3

67

.

Feb.
5
74 Mar. 3
18
Sept 30

34

574 Mar.

8

94 Apr.
2
644 Aug. 10
19

Jan.

28

34

May 13

Oct.

18

104 Apr. 13
214 Mar. 25
134 Mar
1
14
Feb. 13

4
6

34 Nov. 3
64 Nov. 25
24 Nov. 13
21
Nov. 13

6
2

Nov. 23

19

104 Mar.
1
24 Feb. 24
304 Feb.
6

Sept. 22

144 Aug. 11

64 Nov.,19
2
Nov.
4
19
Nov. 20

8

4

314 Oct.

"7"""Nov""4 ""74 Nov."'1
2

18

Sept.

34 Oct.

Nov. 3
Nov. 15

15

...........

24 Nov. 13

7
1
Oct.
294 May 21

8

12

Sale

"3""~Nov."*~5

34

S M A Corp common....... I
*
750 Stouffer Corp A

21.122 Van Dorn ron
4.906 Vlchek Tool

20

71

90

10

74

3
15

44 Nov. 24

35

30

36

64 Sale

6
7

Jan.

124 Oct.

39

2,201 Troxel Manufacturing...... 1
2.412 Union Metals Mfg Co.......*
1
19.024 Upson-Walton

44 Nov. 30

22

114 Sale
18 V 184
44
7

.??. an
fig"" Sale

04
18

Feb

Oct.

15

4
.....

304 Jan.
50
May

Jan,

19

Nov.

Jan

14

23

9

7

214 July

27

Oct.

3

224 Feb. 23

30

Oct.

5
.1

Jan.
494 Feb.

30

19

16

4

Aug. 30
Jail.
Aug. IS

18

27

Nov.

8

Oct.

1

34 Nov.

9

Jan. 20
Mar. 24
Mar. 4

Oct.

3

78

50
56

Mar.
Jan.

9

Nov. 17
Nov.
6

21

Feb.
Feb.

5

Nov.

5

224

........100

...

Nov. 23
Oct. 28
74 Nov. 15
40
Nov. 17
20
Oct. 19
16
Nov. 24

16
-

Sale

30
45

174 Nov. 19

174 Nov.
30

Nov. 20

24 Nov. 13
71

84 Nov.

Sale

,....

•
.......3

Nov.

6

81

.....

84 Sale
14
2

44

43

Nov.

74 Nov: 15

20

84 Sale

30
434

Ohio Brass B

3

Nov. 17

20

234

34
78
9

U
244

84 Nov.

40

33

21

Nov. 23
Nov. 14

4

42-

204

20

Nov.

15
17

Jan.

94

Sale"
40

Sale

5

17

1

Mur"A**

184
7
144

64

......

.......

45

20
20

35

95

95

Sale

Oct.

6
5

Oct

18
June
1
10 4 Feb. 10
8
Mar.
1

Nov. 10 100

Nov. 13

Feb.
Jan.

Feb.
28 104
304 Sept. 14 304 Sept.
1114 June 24 1114 June
54
Mar.
Oct. ■7
30
574 Feb. 26 734 Apr.
60
„Jan.
Nov. 11
40

43

40

21
84

6 117

4
Sept. 13
1
214 July

66

Sale

Aug.
Oct.

8

102

18

.....

19
22

60

70

54

"84 ""9"

17

Oct.

Jan.

1

Nov. 10

324

284

14

30

Nov."22

60

45

584 Oct. 19 1024
1034 June 30 112
31
Oct.
6
634
44
4 Sept. 18

105
57
21
28

,

20 105

3

Nov.

194 Nov.
40

5

144 Nov.

Nov, 22 78
5 105
Nov,

334 Nov, 27

Oct.

•

70
25

"99" 151"

Refining........25
.............100

Preferred

25

24

94 Sale

765 Reliance Elec & Eng........
26.528 Kichman Bros
.........*
8.608 Seiberllng Rubber.........*

■

*

24

21

3,562

"""670

Sale

42

7.041 Packer Corp.

362

I

tis Lt

Nov. 20

113

39

Preferred

6.260

20

394

70

.....

8.484 Patterson-Sargent
25 812 Peerless Corp

150
'

Sale^

45

106

117

Sale

101"" 105""

522 Nineteen Hundred Corp A.

m

19

23

Preferred

3.985 Me

120

1

174

25,345 National Tils]

mm m

Sale

25

Lima Cord Sole & Heel...

National

Nov. 13
Nov. 23

5

38

Sessions.........

15 National Acme

1,295

4

Kelly Island L A T..._._.

McKay Machine.

Sale

~

45

Harbauer

Leland Electric

34
69

Sale

20

...

mm m

112

36

Itterlake SS.............

laeger Machine

Sale"

34

25

1,355 Miller Wholesale Drug
3,797 Monarch Machine Tool Co
3.909 Murrav Ohio Mfg

mm mm

103

1
344 Sale
304 31

41

452

6

11

100
Sale

Sale

564
.....634

.100

...

*

14,857

73

4

8.177 vtedusa Portland Cement
10.412 Metropolitan Paving Brick
274

24

6
88
111
67

43

75

"""585

34
864

vlcKee <Arthur G) B.......

43

,,

"73" ~§5~

144

lioo ~§r":::::

•lalle B others........... .-5

I. am son

14

11

"19~" "25

Sale

34

24

Preferred..............
504 Hanna (M A) $5 pref......

3,866
9,901
9.338
7.243
28.307
9.891
5,695
740

Highest
Sale Prices

70

164

1,768

31

y

Bros

Lowest
Sale Prices

...

144

434

..

.

Preferred.

1.177 CJreif

64
10
64 Sale

864

30

229 Goodyear T & R 2d pref346 Jreat Lakes Towing.....

;

*;;v

327

204

72

b% Preferred......... .100
75
100 (B F) Goodrich.......... ...*

•mmmsmmrn

100

984
184

29

100 General Tire & Rubber..

1,183

95

624

....

197 Fofttorla Pressed Steel...

v

984 100

77

Faultless Rubber..

Poote Burt

Highest
Sale Prices

21

J44

Klec Controller A Utt...

2.587 Federal Knitting Mills

1,490

Lmmmmm

12

60

!:/■:/, *"~242

Lowest

45

"34" "46

100

R»».

320 Daw Chemical

Ask

10

Sale

114
14

110

'

/

..........

...........

8.815
2,231 Cleveland & Buffalo Tran..*
132.669 Cliffs Corporation » t c—..*
6,640 Commercial Bookbinding..

110

4v

"uei

ar

Preferred

leveland

1,916

i

preferred......100

cum

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Sale Prices

Nov. 30

Ask Bid

64
114

144

1
10.001 Clark Controller new....
2.805 Cleveland Builders Realty..*
*
26,825 Cleveland Cliffs Iron pref
*
1.079 Clev El 111 $4.50 cum pre*

510

1,820
i

7%

Clt* Ic*

Bid
6

26

22

854

'

f

—

100

11 Canfield Oil

mmmmm m

Nov. 1
Ask

Bid

1,885 Air-Way El Appl lat 7% pf 100
5,558 Akron Brass Mf common...*
2,800 Amer Coach & Body........*
526 \pex Electric & Mfl

\mm-

Jan. 1 to Nov. 30

2

1937

Par

Shares

146
705

■\'y

STOCKS

1936

—

Price
Jan

In

1937

^

,

November

PRICES IN NOVEMBER

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

Bond Sales

.

87,022
709,277

39,380
564,953

Shares

November

1936

1937

Stock Sales

Oct.

19

14 Nov. 29
Oct.
Oct.

174 Feb.
90

100

Jan

May

18

19
3

9

.

154 Jan.
54 Jan.
26

5 105
4 101

2
5
Sept. 22
Juiy 22
May
5

OF BONDS AND STOCKS

In the earlier part

of this publication complete records of the dealings

the leading stock exchanges

on

the country, for the latest month and for the calendar year to date, are furnished.

General Quotations
those dealt in

on

we

combine in

one

comprehensive 4whoIe, securities of all classes and descriptions, not only

the exchanges, but also

to the different classes of securities

Exchange Seats....

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

Land Bank Bondi....

leading uhlisted and inactive securities.

joint Stock Land Bank Securities....... Ill
Mining Stocks........
84
Municipal Bonds—Domestic............. 91

Government Bonds.............. 92

91

Public

Investing Companies Securities..........

Railroad Bonds.........................

Quotations for all securities

Canadian.

.

are as near as

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

Utility Bonds............

......

93

73

Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit Stocks..

Public Utility Stocks.................... 78

72

67

.....

The letter 'T* prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation is a flat price—that is, that the

no

Quotations for equipment bonds

are based on average
are

It should be borne In mind In the
cases the

figures

are

accrued Interest forms part of the price, and

In the case of income bonds and bonds in default, the price Is

designating mark is employed to indicate the fact.

Quotations for guaranteed stocks

,

84

United States Government Securities... . 91
United States Territorial Bonds.—....... 91

possible for the closing day of the mo nth preceding the date of issue.

therefore the purchaser does not have to provide for It separately in making payment.

always '•flat," and

indpx

an

Railroad Stocks..... ...
.............
71
Real Estate Bonds.......................Il9
Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks...... 84
Textile Stocks—
84

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

Industrial Bonds...............
81
Industrial Stocks.................j...... 84
Insurance Stocks........................ 99
...

The following is

quotedt

83

federal

foreign

of

In this department of

obtained from

"and dividend"

use

maturities.

that is the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the price

of these tables that the quotations for many Inactive and unlisted securities are merely

which

sources

are

nominal, but in all

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, "s f" for sinking fund, "1 g" for land grant, "op" for optional.
\
c
The black-faced type in the letters showing the interest period indicates the month when the

NOTICE—All bond

prices

"and

are

Bonds

Aberdeen AAsheboro 1st 5s'40JAJ/ 40
Adirondack 1st 4Kb 1942 gu MAS;
92
Akron A Barb Belt g 4s 1942. JAD
100
Akron Canton A Youngs town—
I
Oen A ref 6s 1945 series A.AAO /
51

1945ser B.AAO/

Alabama Great Southern—
1st

cons

g

g

98

'26

JAD 101%

AAO b 1.50

113
105

12
5

Baltimore A Ohio—
1st M 4s g July 1 1948
1st M 5s July 1 1948

100
98

75 H

7624

6224

64

39

40

American Refrig Transit—
Equip 5 He series E 1939..MAN b 3.00
Equip 5s ser F. G A H. *41-*45.6 4.00
Anacostia A Potomac—
| »
•See Public Utilities.
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s 1995—Q-J35
Ark A Mem Ry Bridge A Terra—
1st M 5s 1964.
MAS
Aroostook Nor 5s g 1947
AAO
10524
Atchison Topeka A Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s 1995.... A AO
10734
Adjustment 4s July 1 1995 Nov
100

30

108
88

Refund gold 4s

2.00%

3824
99
.

Atlanta Knoxville A Northern—
1st mtge gold 5s 1946..'...JAD
1st cons 4s Mar 1 2002
MAS
Atlanta Terminal 6s 1939—FAA
Atlantic City 1st cons 1951..JAJ
1st 5s ext May 1 1954
.MAN
Atlantic Coast Line RR—
1st cons 4s Jidy 1 1952—MAS
Conv deb 4s 1939 op '16..MAN
Gen unifser A 424s 1964..JAD
10-yr coll tr 5s May 1 45.MAN
Lou A Nashv 4s Oct 1 52-MAN

103
107
106
10324

10424
105 %

10524

111 H
110 24
105

114
111 '

9524
100

9924
110
102

92
99

8624
93

7524
92 24

76%

Equipment trust 424s....
b 2.00
Eq 4Hs 1938-41 E (yr).__FAA 6 2.00
Atlantic Coast Line (Conn)—
Irred ctfs or indebt 5s
JAD
9924

6924
5624
54

....

Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43.AAO
Washburn Ext 1st 5s *39-.FAA
Battle Creek A Sturgls—
|
1st guar g 3s 1989..
JAD
Bay City A Battle Ork 3s *89 JAD
Bedford Belt 1st 5s 1938
JAJ

10624
108
10624

Beech Crk Ext

324

....

.

63

Bel vtdere Del cons 3 24s 1943. JAJ
Bessemer A Lake Erie—

10124
85

10324

Equip tr 224s 1938-1947.-MAS b 2.75
Big Sandy Ry Istg 4s 1944..JAD,
10724
Birmingham Southern—
I
9924
Equip trust 324s Dec. 1 1938-46 b 3.75
10024 Birm Term 1st g 4s 1957 gu.MAS
95
t Bluff Point'Land A
Imp 1st 4s *40
87
...J Boonvllle St L A Sou be *51-FAA/ 27
11124 Boston A Albany 5s Oct '63—JAJI
95
5s June 1942—
JAD
100
96
5s July 1 1938
JAJ
101
10124
424s linpt 1978.FAA
90
1st mtge 4 24s ser A 1943..AAO
9524
89
324s Jan 1 1951
JAJ
81
95
Ref 3 24« 1952 gu N Y O—AAO
81
82
Boston A Maine (new) 5s Sept '41
71
93
4s-5s April 1947-..—...——
53
7724
6s April 1944
63
1.50
5s June 1945—; 60
1.50
5s Jan 1946.
57
•

-

,

10024

*

Nominal

MAS

-

65
86
65
74
47 24
47 24
40

3 .40
3.40
3.25

57
45

2.50

Boston A N Y Air Line—
_

1st mtge

FAA

gu g 4s 1955

Bost A Prov deb 5s
July 1 1938
Boston Rev Beach A Lynn—
1st m 4 24s Juy 15 1947—JAJ15 /
Gen m 6s 1938—
JAJ 15/

Boston Term Co

324s 1947—FAA

4s 1950—
Brooklyn A Montauk—

JAJ

Brunswick A

Western—

25
5
9724
104

10024

»

1st mtge gtd 4s 1938......JAJ
Buffalo Creek 1st 5s 1941
JAJ

1st ref 5s 1961

924
98

.

2d (now 1st) glold 5s 1938.JAD

100
97

—JAJ

90

JAJ

85

A Pac 5s *44 FAA

97

Buffalo Rochester A Pittsburgh—
Con g 424s 1957
.MAN
46
Equip trust 5s 1938
JAD b 3.00
Buff A Susquehanna RR Corp—
„

1st 4s Dec 30 1963

Burl Cedar Rapids A NorthCon. 1st A coll tr 5s g *34. .AAO /
Certificates of deposit—
/
Butte

Anaconda

8
724

Cambria A Clearfield—
1st

43

k Last sale

5s 1967 ser AO
5s 1955 ser 2

m

5s g

..JAJ
FAA

105
98

Eq tr 524s 1938
—MAN
Canada Atl Ry 1st 4s 1955..JAJ
Canada South 5s 1962 ser A.AAO
Canadian National Rys—

100
94

1941

Gen M g 4s 1955
Cambria A Indiana—

1951—.AAO

Belt RR A Stk Yds (Indplis)—
1st ref gold 4s 1939
MAN
Belt Ry of Obatt 1st 5s '45 .JAJ

m

-MA N
424s 1961 ser JJ
AAO
Equip trust 324s Dec 1 1937-44 6
Eq 424s 1938-1943 (yr)—AAO b
Equipment trust 5s..........<5
Boston A Maine (old)—
|
4s Aug 1942
...FAA
3s July 1950.
JAJ1
Eq tr 6s 1938 (year)
JAD 6

_

112 24
10524
10424
108

4s stamped 1951
Plscat Dlv g 5s Jan 1943—AAO
St Johns Riv Ext gu 5s *39.FAA

/This price includes accrued interest




1941...MAN

m

1st
1st

_

I

10824
10424

10224

v

7924

S W Dlv 1st 5s 1950
JA
Toledo A Cin Dlv 4s 1959.JAJ
Bangor A Aroostook—
1st M 5s g Jan 1 1943
JAJ
Cons refund g 4s 1951.....JAJ

3.00%

_

38

AAO
AAO

Pittsb Lake Erie A W Va—

„

,

102

8224
5-yr sec notes 424s 1939—FAA
56
Conv g 424s 1966—
FAA
39
Ref A gen 5s 1995 series A. J AD
44 24
Ref A gen 6s 1995 series C. JAD
50
Ref A gen 5s 2000 ser D—MAS
4324
Ref A gen 5s series F 1996. MAS
43 2a
JEq tr 424« 1938-40 (yr)
MAN 6 4.00
Eq tr 424s *38-*41 O (yr)—FAA b 4.00
Eq tr 5s 1938 (yr)
—FAA b 3.00

-v

97

75
83

May 1940

1st

45
106

1st mtge gtd g 5s 1941
JAJ
Augusta Union Sta 4s 1953.-JAJ
Baltimore A Harrisburg Ry—
1st M West Ext g 5s 1938.MAN

'

10
2

5sstamped 1950.......AAO/ 29%
Allegheny Valgen 4s 1942
MAS
10724
Allegheny A western—
1st mtge guar 4s 1998
.AAO

Atlanta A Charlotte Air Linelet M 4H
1944 ser A..
JAJ
lot M 5s 1944 ser B
—JAJ

...

5s

1st mtge gu g 4s 1949
AAO
Aug Term 1st gu g 6a 1947—AAO
Austin A Northwestern—

1.00%

1946.-AAO

Stamped
..——...MAN
Conv g 4s of *09 due 1955.JAD
Conv g 4s *05 due 1955-JAD
Conv g 4b of '10 due 1960.JAD
Conv deb 4 H» 1948
JAD
Trans S L 1st g 4s 1958—-JA
Cal-Arls 1stAref4 24s*62 opMAS
Rocky Mt Dlv 4s 1965
JAJ
Athens Terminal Ry—
1st g 5s 1937
...JAJ/
Atl A Birm.
See Seab'd Air Line

30

Boston A Maine (new) Conchbe May 1943
5s March 1942...............
5s Jan 1943—

Atlantic A Yadkin—

53
t 52

_

Alleghany Corp—
CtoU tr conv 5s 1944
FAA
Coll A conv 5s 1949...
JAD
Coll A conv 5s 1950
—AAO /

JAJ

Atl A Danvi)l<~ 1st 4s 1948—JAJ
2d g 4s 1948
JAJ

....

50

Alabama Tennessee A Northern—I
Prior lien 6s 1948
—JAJ /
Gen income 6s Oct 1948...JAJT /
Alabama A Vicksburg Ry—__
1st M g 5s 1974 series A—MAN

<

•

Bonds

Atlantic Coast Line of S O—
Gen 1st g 4s July 1948

95

5s 1943 ser A...JAD

Jst cons 4s 1943 ser B
!q trust 5s ser G 1938

Albany A Susq 324»

bonds mature.

"f" and Income and defaulted bonds.

Bonds

BAILBOAD BONDS

Gen A ref 524*

interest" except where marked

424s
424s
424s
424s

JAJ
MAS

113
11324

1956—...— .FAA
guar 1955—..
JAD 15
40 yr 5s guar 1970
FAA
be guar July 1 1969—
JAJ
5s guar Oct 1 1969—...AAO
5s guar 1954
.—..—FAA
16-year guar 3s 1950—.—JAD
Guaranteed 3s 1944
..MAN
Guaranteed 2s. 1938.....MAN

114
116
11824
11524
11824
11524

guar

1957

guar 1951
guar

7-year

guar 2s

1943———FAA

9624
102
10024

98

17-year guar 3s 1953—-FAA
9524
Eq tr 424s 1938 1942 (gu) MAN 6 3.40
Eq tr 424s 1938-45 (ann).JAD b 3.40
Equipment trust 5s.........
b 2.40
Canadian Northern—
S F deb 624s 1946

.....JAJ

12324

RAILROAD

68

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
Canadian N W 4%s Oct
Canadian Pacific—
Cons deben 4s

Coll tr 5b

1946—M&»

1951—-F&A

Conv coll trust 3s

1945—A&O

89%
96%

A&O

110%
Eq tr 5s 1944---J&J
Eq tr 4Kb 1937-1945s-a—J&D 5 3.25
Oaro Cent 1st g gu 4s 1949—J&J /
40
101%
Caro Clinch & Ohio 5s 1938. J&D
1st cons 6s 1952 ser A—J&D 15 , 107

■

•

/10%
f 10
f 9%
Conv g 4%s 1949 ser A
M&N / 6%
Eq 5s 1937-38 O (yr)
J&D 5 5.50
Eq 4%s *38-'42iyr)ser A.M&N 5 5.50

94

91%

Carthage & Adirondack—1st mtge guar g 4s 1981—J&D
Catawissa RR g 4s 1948——A&O
Cent Ark & East 1st 5s 1940-J&J
Cent Br Un Pac 1st g 4s *48—J&D
Central of Georgia—
1st M g 5s Nov 1 1945——F&A
Cons gold 5s 1945
—M&N
Ref & gen 5Ha 1959 ser B.A&O
Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser O—A&O
Eq tr 4%s *38-'40 ser P«yr)M&§
Eq tr 4%s '38-'408erQ(yr)M&N
Eq tr 6s 1938 <yrly)——-J&D
Chatt Dlv gold 4s 1951—-J&D
Macon & Nor g 5s 1946.—J&J
Mid Ga & Atl 1st 5s 1947—J&J
Mobile Dlv g 5s 1946
J&J
Oconee Div 1st 6s 1945——J&D
Cent New Eng 1st gu 4sl961 J&J

92

Ref g 4s 1934 opt to 1911—A&O
Certificates of deposit
-

72

Sec 4%s 1952 ser A
M&S
Sec 4 % ser A certif of dep. — -

102%
107%

30-yr conv 4%s 1960
M&N
Eq tr 5s 1938 (s-a).
J&D
Eq 4%s 1938-'42 O (yr) ...J&J
Eq tr 4%s *38-'45 <»-a)
J&D
Eq tr 3%_s 1938-1947
J&J
Chicago St Louis & N O—
Con g 5s June 15 '51—J&D 15
Con g 3%s June 15 '61.J&D 15
Mem Div 1st 4s 1951
J&D
Chicago Term 1st jet 4s *41-M&N

106%

-

-

-

12%
23%

10
16%

/
/

—

/
/
/

70
13

—.

12
7%
6%

/

9%
8

1st ref 4s g guar

5 4.50
5

4-50

/
/
f
f
/
/

7%

f
*

34

75

-:§5%
§5""

Cin N O & Tex Pac Ry—

Eq tr 5s 1938

;

109%
107%
105%

HM O O

97%
94%
42

f 37
—

§4%

99

102

60

/

65

102

1.00%

5 1.50

1951-J&J

1st mtge g 5s series O '57. M&N
1st M 3%s ser D 1971
M&N
Clearfield & Mahoning—
1st gtd 5s

Eq tr 3s. 1938-1950
A&O
Eq tr 4Kb '38-'40 (yr)
A&0
Eqtr5s 1938 »yr).—--M&S 15
Craig Valley 1st 5s g 1940.J&J
Grain Elev 1st 4s 1938
A&O
Paint Creek Br 4s 1945—F&A
Potts Creek 4s 1946
J&J
R & A Div 1st con g 4s '89. J&J
2d con g 4s 1989
---J&J
Warm Spr Val 1st 5s g 41-M&S
Ohesterf & Lancaster 5s 55.F&A
Chicago & Alton RR—
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—
Gen M 4s 1958
Hst &ref 4%sser B 1977-F&A
4
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A—F&A
Illinois Div 3%s '49 op '29.J&J
4s July 1 1949
J&J
Eqtr 2Kb 1938-47
A&O
Chicago & Eastern 111 mew co)—
Gen M 5s May 1951
M&N

109
104%

108%
99%

-J&J

1943

1st

cons

1940.—F&A

4s

guar g

104

100

Ref & imp 4%s ser

45

Florida East Coast 4%s '59-J&D
1st & ref 5s 1974
M&S
Certificates of deposit

/ 45
/ 7%
/ 6%

Florida Southern—
1st g guar 4s 1945

mmmm

96

Florida West Sh 5s 1934
J&J
Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—

/ 20

J&J
M&N

81%

-

con 4%s 1982
(Nov '32 and May '37 coup).

84

Proof of claim riled

65""

E 1977.J&J

Cairo Div 1st g 4s 1939——J&J
C W & M Div 1st 4s g '91—J&J

70%
102%

102

84%

M&N

Certificates of deposit.
Fort Dodge Des Moines & Sou—
1st 5s 1938
J&D
.

Spr & Col Div 4s 1st g

'40.M&S

White W V Div 1st 4s

'40—J&J

96

Fort St Un Dep Det 4%s '41 - J&J
Galveston Houston & Henderson
1st lien & ref M 5%s 1938.A&O

2.00«

Cleveland & Mahoning—
Gold 5s 1938
—J&J

100

Cleveland & Pittsburgh—

2.00«
1.10'
1.00<

gtd 1942—J&J
gtd 1942 — A&O
gtd 1942—A&O
Ser O 3%s gen gtd 1948—M&N
Ser D 3%s gen gtd 1950—F&A
Gen & ref 4%s 1977 ser A.F&A
Gen &ref 4%s 1981 ser B—J&J
Cleve Short L 4%s 1961
A&O
Cleveland Terminal & Valle
1st 4s gold guar 1995
Cleveland Union Terminals—.
1st s f 5%s 1972 series A—A&O
1st M s f 5s 1973 series B-A&O
Ists f 4%s 1977 series C—A&O

6 2.80

St L Div 1st col tr g 4s '90

'lot!

106%
•

106 %
113
109
J

10

25

25%

108

•

2.00%

92
110

17%

5 4.50

16%

t

20

13
13
7

o

37

§*

24

27

Non-cum income 5s 1955
/ 26
Chic Indianapolis & St Louis—
Short Line 1st 4s 1953
A&O
92
Chic June RR 1st 4s 1945
M&S
101
Chic June Ry & Un Stk \ds—
Coll tr ref 5s 1940
A&O
104
Coll trust ref 4s 1940
A&O
103

/
/
/
/

.

44%

•

64

101

104

109
115

18""

15
15
18
15
18

Gen income 5s Aug '55—F&A
Assented subject to plan.—

10%

,;1 26

•!!«
35%

34%
/ 35
102
101

61

63%

1st

con

g

1st

con

g

5.00%

Denver & Salt Lake Ry—

5.00%
5.00%

5 5.75

6.00%

Inc mtge 6s Jan 1 1960-An
lsi 4s 1950
Des Moines & Fort Dodge--

^

19

6

5%
11%
3.00%
3.00%
3.00%

'

21%

Otfs of dep for

gtd 4s 1935. J&J

1995
...—
Mortgage gold 4s 1995...J&D
Mtge 48 stamped 1995
4s stamped

/This price includes accrued interest*

* Last sale*

.

n

Nominal.

102

85

94%
93 J
973
943
90

105%

108

104%

Gen 4%a 1976 series D—J&J
Gen 4Ha 1977 series E
J&J

88%

Gen mtge 4s ser G 1946—J&J
Gen mtge 4s ser H1946
J&J
Gen mtge 3%s ser 1 1967—J&J

i04%

Eq tr 2s 1938-1947
M&S
Eq tr 4%s 1938-1939
M&S
Eq tr 4%s 1938-1940 Diyr) J&J
Eq tr 5s 1938 «yr)
M&S
Western Fruit Express—
Eq 5s J'ne l5'38-'39 iyr)J&D
Eq tr 4%s 1938-1940—J&D
Greenbrier Cheat & Elk—
1st 5s 1944

J&J
W Va Midland Ext 5s '54.J&J
Greenbr Ry 1st g gu 4s '40-M&N
Green Bay & Western—

97

95

76%
5 2.70
5 1.75
5 2.00

5 1.25
5 2.00
5 2.25

95
95

104%

/ 53%
f 10%

Debenture ctfs A Feb

Debenture ctfs B Feb...
Guantanamo & Western—

V

J&J

15

Guayaquil & Quito 1st 5s '32 J&J2

16%

\ 64

66

1st 5s 1950 series C
Gulf & Ship Island RR—
1st ref & term g 5s Feb

/ 52%
/ 7

Gulr Mobile & Northern—

1st 5 Ha 1950

Apr
J&J

80

106'

J&J
J&J

/ 13%
/ 13%

.

Des Plaines Val 4%s 1947..M&S
Det & Mack pr lien 4s 1995.J&D

30%

*41-J&J

1st M 6s 1958 series A

4s 1936
—J&J
4%s 1936—
J&J

5 5.75

5 5.75

3.00%

Denver & Rio Grande—

30

30%

*32%

93

Great Northern—

Gen M 5s 1973 ser O

47

Ref & impt 5s 1978 ser B—A&O
Eq tr 4%s 1938-'42 iyr)—M&N 5 4.00
5 4.00
Equipment trust 5s—
5 4.00
Equipment trust 5%s

4

30

J&J

3%s 1941

Grand River Valley 1st 4s 1959
Grand Trunk Pacific—
1st M 3s 1962
J&J

1st & ref g 4%s '61 opt
Gen M 5Ha 1952 ser B

49%

5%
5%
9%

Goshen & Deckert'n 1st 5%s 1978
2nd ext 6s 1979
M&N
Gouv & Osw 1st 5s g 1942
J&D
Gr R & Ind 1st 4%s 1941—..J&J

19"

40

/
/

115
102

47
A&O
Eq tr 4 %s 1938-1939 s-a„M&N 5 51)0"
102
Girard Point St'ge 3 Ha *40—A&O

19

44

Equip trust 4s Apr 1 1938-'49— 6 3.80

J&J

1945—J&J

87
J&J
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1937-*43 «yr) — 5 4.00
95
Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947
J&D

.

Denver & Rio Grande Western-

11

—A&O

Grand Trunk Western—
1st g gu 4s $ July 1 1950

75

M&N

1943

f

/-■"§"

J

(Lake Superior) 4s 1955
1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alb gu..M&N
1st 4s Feb 15 '42 Alb gu_.M&N
Gen 4s 1962 Can Govt gu—J&J

68

36%
42%

M&N

(Mountain and Prairie)4s 1955

105%

/
/
/
/
/

J&J

1951—A&O

Ga Sou & Fla 1st g 5s
Deb 5s 1952

1st

111%

Delaware Lackawanna & Western

65""

30
5 5.75

k

2.25%

Delaware & Hudson—
1st & ref gold 4s

/

ff
f

^

105

©CO 3SS

27
20
29%
29%

F&A

106

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RR—
TH

97%
90%

88

—A&O

Imp & equip 5s 1960
M&N
Danbury & Norw ref 4s 1955. J&J
Dayton Union Ry 1st 4s '49.J&J
Del & Bound Br 3%s 1955—F&A

103

Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
1st M 4%s 1969 opt 1919.J&D
110
Cbic Memp & Gulf 5s 1940..J&J
55
Chic Milw & Gary 1st 5s *48. A&O /
10

101

97

5 3.25

Georgia Midland—
1st g 3s 1946
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s
4s Jan 1 1947

100

7%s extended to 1946——J&D
6s extended to 1946—-—J&D

95

103%

83%

43%
104%

27

/

103

,

Georgia & Florida RR—
1st M 6s 1946 series A

Certificates of deposit
Georgia Fla & Ala 1st 6s '52.F&A

105%

105%

..

93

92%

I 12*

108

_

M&S

J&J
Connecticut & Passumpsic Rivers
1st gold 4s 1943
A&O
Conn River gold 4s 1943
M&S
Connecting Ry (Phila)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15 '51-M&S 15
1st 5s 1951
—-M&S
Consol Rys <N H) deb 4s '54.J&J
Deb 4s 1955
—J&J
Deb 4s 1955
A&O
Deb 4s 1956 guar..
J&J
Copper Range RR 1st 5s *49-A&O
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5%s, '42 J&D
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952
J&J

92%

158"

104

Concord & Claremont—
1st 6s 1944

18%
3.75%

92

/
/
/

*n

-

1st ext g 4s 1955

90
107

f

RR—

Ext gold 4s 1948
Columbus & Toledo—

i#
/

/ 22%

103%

General mtge 4%s 1980..M&N
Col & Pt Deposit 4s 1940—-F&A
Columbus & Hocking Valley—

109

Certificates of

Ga Caro & N 1st 5s g 1929
Ext at 6 % to July 1 1934

Equip tr 2 %s ser A 38- 52

105%

5 2.70

Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948.J&D

109

J&J

Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945

Coal Rfv Ry 1st 4s gu 1945- J&D
Colorado & Southern—

106

108

109%

/ 20~
/ 20

Olinchfield

101%
104%
104%

95

Ser A 4%s gen

101""

106%
5

91%

101%

Ser B 4%s gen
Ser B 3%s gen

109 ]

Stmpd non-pay Fedinc tax..
Gen M 5s '87 stpd inc tax.M&N

(IP,

Galveston Term 6s 1938
M&S
Genesee River 6s 1957—...-J&J

2.00 *

6 1.30

60-yr 6s 1975 series A.
F&A
Conv adj 5s Jan 2000
A&O
Chicago Milwaukee & St Paul—
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989
J&J
Gen g 3%s B May 1 1989.J&J
Gen 4%s May *89 series O.J&J
Gen 4%s May '89 ser E
J&J
Gen M 4 Ha May '89 Ser F.J&J
Eq 4Ks *38-'43 E & F iyr)_J&J
Eq 4%s *38-'41 G & H tyr) J&J
Eq tr 5s *38-'4C ser B »yr).F&A
Eq tr 5
1938
A&O
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M3Ksg 1987
M&N
Gen M gold 4s 1987
M&N

/ 40
/—.

6 1.75

deposit
Chicago & Eastern Illinois—.
1st consol 6s gold 1934—_ A&O
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g *82—M&N
Chic Great West 1st 4s 1959.M&S
Equip tr 4%s "A" 1945..A&O
Chicago & Illinois Midland Ry—
1st mtge s t 4%s ser A '56 M&S
Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry—
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar—J&J
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—
Ref M g 6s 1947 series A—J&J
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B
J&J
Ref M g4s 1947 series O...J&J
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N
1st & gen 6s May '66 ser B. J&J
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt. J&D

80

J&J

Amended 1st

General 4s gold 1993..—J&D
Gen M 5s ser B 1993——. J&D

94

55

49

M&N
45%!
45
A&O
Eq 4%s *38-'41 LL (s-a)..M&S b 3.00
i
Eqtr4%sl938-'43 (s-a)..M&S b 3.25
b 2.50
Equipment trust 5s—
5 2.50
Equipment trust 5%s._
Erie & Jersey s f 6s 1955
J&J
Erie & Pittsburgh—
Gen gu g 3%s ser B 1940..J&J
102%
Series C 1940—2.
J&J
102%

Proof of claim filed

■

Olev Cine Chic & St Louis—

118

,94%

80%
49

Ref & imp M 5s 1967

Gen ref gold 4s 1950
1st cons ref 4%s *52 opt

101

Cleveland Akron & Columbus—,

105%

i"1

v-

1

Prior lien gold 4s 1996
J&J
Gen lien gold 4s, 1996.—-J&J
Conv gold 4s 1953 ser A..A&0
>
Series B 1953.
A&O
Series D 1953
A&O

Eq 4%s '38-'41 H is-a)—.M&S

102

.

104

93

Florida Central & Peninsula—
1st cons 5s gold 1943
J&J

100%

Cincinnati Union Term Co—

3.00%

105

Ref & impt M 5s 1975

■

96%
93%

^

«yr)——-.-A&O

Cin Northern RR 1st 4s

96

A&O

1951-J&J

5s stamped 1965.......

1st consol gtd 4s 1942
M&N
Cine & Musk Val 4s 1948—F&A

90

109

105

El Paso & Southwestern RR—
1st & ref 5s 1965
A&O
Erie—

Cincinnati Lebanon & Northern—

88

107

100%

Williamsport—
1950. J&J

1st 6s 1910 ext at 4%
Income 5s 2862..
El Paso & R 11st gu 5s

100

78

East Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol 1st g 5s 1956.
M&N
Eastern Ry or Minnesota—

Elmira &

86""

General 5s gold 1942
J&D
Cin Ind & West 1st 5s 1965.M&N

83

98%

lhH

92

Elgin Jol & East 5s 1941...M&N

Consol gold 5s 1952
M&N
Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton-

18
48

62

105

88
'

27%
3.00%

13%

'7
14
42

101

East Penn 1st 4s 1958.....M&S
East Tenn & Western N C—
1st extended 5s 1965
M&N

88

85

Chicago Union Station—
Guar 4s 1944
—A&O
1st M 4s series D 1963
J&J
1st mtge 3 %s ser E 1963—J&J
Guaranteed 3%s 1951.—M&S
Chicago & Western Indiana—
Consol gold guar 4s 1952—J&J
1st &ref M 4%s D 1962—M&S
Choc & Memph 5s 1949
J&J
Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf--

15

f 20

Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948
A&O
Edmonton Dun vegan & British
Columbia Ry 4Mb 1944—A&O

88

-

85
85

24%

)

1960

Dexter & Piscataquis—
1st 4Kb 1949..
J&J
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic—
1st gold 5s 1937
J&J

88

of*

85

60

__0_T




8

10%
7%
5%

75

....

Eq tr 5s Dec 14 1937-44 • jrr> — b 4.00
103
Char & W Carolina 6s 1946—A&O
Chatt Rome & Sou 1st 6s 47 J&J /
68
103
Chattanooga Sta 4s 1957 gu—J&J
Chesapeake & Ohio—
105 %
1st cons g 5s 1939——.-M&N
117%
General 4%s gold 1992_.M&S
93 >6
Ref & imtp 3%s D 1996-- M&N
93%
Ref & .mpt 3 %s ser E 1996 F&A
100 %
notes, 1940
J&J
99%
notes, 1941——
J&J
100 %
notes, 1942
J&J
100 %
notes, 1943—
J&J
100
notes, 1944
J&J
100
notes, 1945...
J&J
100
m,0
notes. 1946
-J&J
Equip tr 2s 1938-1947
M&S 6 2.70
Eqtr 2%s 1938-1946—-—J&D 6 2.75

b Basis.

10%

"in

68

Carolina—

1st ref 6s 1937-1976
Central Vermont Ky—.

/

45

1942.—M&N

Central RR of South

47

M&S

Inc mtge 5s Dec 1

107

Dutchess Co RR 4%s 1940—J&D

20%

f 19%

Chic Terre Haute & Southeast—
1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 '60 opt J&D

—

1949——F&A
11954—A&O
F&A

Coll tr 5s ext'd to

6%

3.75%
3.75%
3.75%

>—

European loan 4s 46 -—M&S
CentrafsRR & Banking of Ga—
Coll tr g 5s 1937—- ——M&N
1

10%

98

5 4.50

M&N

J&J
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
1st gold guar 4s 1953
J&J

4.75%
4.75%

_

„

1st g guar 4s Oct

10%

\

f

„

66%

32
Gen M <now 1st) g 5s 1987-J&J
26
Gen M 4s 1987
—- - J&J
Eqtr4%s 1938-'41 (yr)-.F&A 5 3.75
Central Pacific—
A

Guar g 5s 1960

10%

Chic R I & Pac Ry—
General gold 4s 1988
J&J
Certificates of deposit—- —

90

96%
112%
2.50%

Central of New Jersey—

.

J&D

1st & ref 5s May 2037

97%
106%

16-yr conv
Conv coll tr 3%s

1941

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—
1st 5s Mar 1 1964

1st & ref 4%s May 2037-J&D
1st & ref 4%s May 2037 O J&D

100

1942—.—M&» / 105%
93
coll tr 4s 1949. J&J

Ooll trust 2 %s

24""

f

102%

Conv coll tr 6s

a

20%

25""

f 20

GenM4%s'87 stpd inctaxM&N
16-year 6%s Mar 1936—M&S

96%

-J&J

f

Bid

Detroit Term & Tunnel—
1st guar 4 %s 1961

86
101

99

15

Bonds

Ask

Chicago & North Western Cont.—

GenM4%s'87 stpd inc taxM&N

1954—--v-J&D

8 f 4%s Dec 15 1944—J&D
Coll tr 4%s I960-

Bid

92

85%
100%
101%

perpetual—J&J

20-yr coll tr 4%s

•

Bonds

Ask

88

221943—

97%
/

3%

^

4
45

f 40""
/ 40
/ 38
/ 38

70
65
65
55

'

ser

B

A&O
A&O

75%

*52. J&J

60

Stmpd (July 1 1933 cpn on).
Gulf Terminal of Mobile—
1st mtge g 4s 1957 gu—..J&J

60

70

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69

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

Bonds

1st M g 4s 1951

J&J
117%
A&O 6 1.50
J&J 6 1.75
Oumb
J&J

guar

Housatonic

con

M&N

5s 1937

Hudson & Manhattan—
1st gold 5s 1957 opt

F&A

1st gold

■■

,

j

m

?8*
67

v

ser A
J&D
4%s 1963
J&D
40-year 4%s Aug 1 1960-F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1938-1939 K—F&A
Eq tr 4%s 1938 1940 L--A&O
Eqtr 4%s '38-'41 M (s-a).M&N
Eq tr 4%s 1938-41 Ser N.A&O
Eq tr 3s ser R 1938-1952—M&S

Carlo

g

44%
59

b
6
6
6
6

1950—J&D

Southern

Macon Dublin &

107%
no

109%

Indiana Illinois & Iowa—
1st

gold

4s

1950

100

Indianapolis & Louisville—

It
97

-

.

6 3.50
6 3.50

56%

/ 19%

Meridian Term 4s '55

20

Jst M 4%s 1938-42
Bq tr 5s 1956 ser C

J&J

(yr)—A&O 6 4.00

Internat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 5s 1972 opt
M&N
1st 1 & ref 0%s 1947F&A

Interstate Transf Ry 5s 1945-J& J
Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938
J&D
■YX •
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref g 4s 1951M&S
Jacksonville & Gainesville &
Gulf Ry 1st 5s 1951--——A&O
Jackson Lansing & Saginaw—
„

3.00%

Ref &

80%

86

96

97%

,

92 %
65
100

.

2.75%
2.75%

I

50

116

/

119

1st 3%s Sept 1 1951

J&J
J&J

Jamestown Frank & Clearfield
1st g 4s 1959 guar
J&D
Joliet & Northern Ind 4s 1957 J&J

102

.

4%s 1940 guar opt.M&N

g

J&D

Grand Rapids gtd 5s *38--J&J
Kal & Sou Haven—See Mich Cent

Kalamazoo & White Pigeon RR
■1st gold 5s 1940
J&J
Kanawha Br & Ter 5s 1948.A&0
Kana & Mich 1st 4s 1990—A&O
-

Kin City Ft Scott & Memphis—
Ref g 4s 1936 guar
A&O
Certificates of deposit
K C Mem & Bir 4s 1934
M&S
Income 5s Mar 1934
Sept 1
Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 A&O

Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf—
1st M 5s 1978

J&J

-

Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987
J&J
Kentucky & Indiana Term RR
1st M 4%s 1961 (sterling) .J&J

80
92

83

A&O

ext

103
103

105%

100%

101%

Minneapolis & St Louis—
1st 7s *27 ext at 6% 1932.-J&D
1st consol gold 5s 1934
M&N
Certificates of deposit.
1st refdg gold 4s 1949

lbi
105
96

io5""

^

/ 29%

1st

cons

1st

cons

71%
1.00%
2.00%

25-year 5%s 1949
Secured notes

92

-

108%

109%

5s

Eq tr 4s *37-'38

108%

M St P & SS M & Cent Term Rylst Ch Ter s f 4s '41op'16- M&N
Minn Terminal 1st 3 %s *50--J&J
Minn Transfer Ry 3%s 1956. J&O

107%

85%

2d 5s 1941

J&J

95

89%
100

99%

100%

Cong

g

ref 3%s 1997

J&D

Leamington & St Clair 4s '45 A&O
Lehigh Coal & Navigation-

Adj M 5s Jan 1967

70

1st gold 4s 1990
J&D
Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
1st & ref 5s Jan 1965 A—.F&A

Lehigh & Lake Erie 4 %s '57.M&S
Lehigh & New England—

>-•

1st M gold 5s 1945
J&J
Gen mtge 4s ser A 1905—-A&O

Lehigh Valley Harbor Term Ry—
.-1st mtge 5s 1954
r&A
Lehigh Valley—
h
1st gold 4s 1948
J&D
Con M 6s ann irred.J
J&D
Con M 4%s ann irred
-J&D
Gen cons gold 4s 2003—M&N

>;
1

Gen con go
4%s 2003—M&N
Gen con gold 5s 2003
M&N
Lehigh Valley Ry of New York

-1st 4%s gold 1940
J&J
Lehigh Vail Term 5s 1941—A&O

6 Basis.

-

J&J

--

*

>

29%
30%
38

;;

*

Certificates of deposit.——

1st & ref 5s 1980 ser H
A&O
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 5s 1981 ser I..
F&A
Certificates of deposit
Conv g 5%s 1949 ser A—.M&N
Secured 5%s 1937-1956—.J&D

9o"
82

31
33

-.1

40

59%

86""

....

651

....

85
86
78

v

90

„

115%
95

4%.

Mobile & Birmingham—
Prior lien 5s. l945
Gen M g 4s 1945

k Last sale

n

98

47

/ 27
/ 32%

/30%
/

Nominal.

87%

83

84
92
97 j

64"

66

80

80%
81

97

1.00
1.25
2.30

2.30

106%

108%

F&A
M&N

104

M&S

99

M&N

22%
22%

23"

90
57
85
94

B-M&N

General 1st 5s 1941
M&S
ny&ne Bos Ter 4s 1939--A&O
N Y New Haven & Hartford—
Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv—J&J15
Deb 4s May 1 1957
M&N
Deb 4s July 1 *55 non-conv J&J
Deb 4s 1956 non-conv.—M&N
Deb 4s 1947 non-conv...M&S
Deb 3%s March 1947
M&S
Deb 3%s 1954 non-conv—A&O
Deb 3%s 1956 conv
J&J

22%

"5%
7%
3.00%
2.50%
8

ser

New York & Long Branch—
General gold 4s 1941
M&S

22%

88

1st & ref 4%s 1973

15-year secured 6s 1940— .A&O
1st & ref 4%s 1907
J&D

xi6i"~

102

1st & ref 4s serA 1973—_M&N

J4

107%

107%

M&S

N Y & Har 1st g 3%s 2000—M&N
N Y & Hob Fy 5a
May *46—J&D
N Y Lack & Western—

_T

68
42

83

65

Connecting RR—

mtge 4%s 1938
N Y & Greenwood Lake
Guar g 5s 1946

102

/

—

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

ioi y
104
100

24%
8%
19%
19%
20%
19%
17
16*
35
22%

Equip tr 4%s Sept 15 1938 to

Mar 15 1945 (s.-a.)..M&S15
Equipt tr 4%s '38-'46 (yr).J&J
Equipment trust 5s......
Har Riv & Pt Ohes 4s '54 M&N
N Y & N J Ferry 5s 1940
J&J
„

J&J
J&J

34

3.25%

71%
86%

1st

3d

47%

M&N

37 ;
32

68

81%

—J&D

2d ext 5s 1939.

90

211
203
213
203
213
203
213
203
22
/ 20%
/
53
/
73

29%
33%

110

f 1946—A&O

guar 5s 1953 series B
New York & Erie RR—
1st 4s ext g 1947...

77%
/ 32

/
f
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

>

T,.; 55
78%

—

6 4.00

1st M 4%s 1953 series A..F&A
„

71

14

101

35

£33%

J&D 61.75
4%s Mar 15 1938-'39 —M&S 6 1.75
4%s 1938-1945--—...M&N 6 3.00
6 3.10
2%sMar 15 1938-1952

New York

Equip trust 5s 1938 '40(yr)M&S 6 3.50
Eq tr 4%s *38-'44 F (yr)._M&N 6 3.75
Mo Pac (old)—Gen 4s 1975.M&S /
7%
3d 78 ext to July 1938 at

64

90

Certificates of deposit

1st & ref 5s 1977 ser F
M&S
Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 5s 1978 ser G...M&N

97%

/ Price includes accrued interest,




•

111%

Lehigh & N Y 1st 4s 1945—M&S
Lex & East'n 1st gu 5s 1965—A&O
Lincoln Park & Charlotte—
5s 1939

3.Qft%

101

:..."

-

...

Mo Kan & Tex (old company)—

See Industrial bonds.
<

ser

Eqtr 2%s 1938-1952

102

;95%

11*
A. .A&O
F&A 6 32^

95

55
100
35
30 i

Chicago & St Louis—
1st 3%s extend 1947
A&O
3-year 6s Oct 11938
Ref 5%s 1974 ser A
70"
A&O
Ref 4%s 1978 ser O
63
M&S
10-yr coll tr 4s 1946——F&A
Equip tr 4%s 1938-'44 (yr)F&A 6 3.60
Equip tr 5s 1938 (yr)
F&A 6 2.00
6 3.75
Equip trust 3s July 1 1938-'51

/ 50

Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A.... J&J
Prior lien 4s 1962 ser B
J&J
Prior lien 4%s 1978 ser D.J&J

ungar 1961

N Y

6?*
si*

F&A
J&D15 6 4.00

io5~"

1st mtge 4%s

Lake Shore & Mich South—

i

XT

9}
13 >
30

M&S
1938

s-a

J&J

98%
100
109

£

/ 12%

N Y Cent equip trusts—
5s 1938-1939—

13

2%
80

49%

72

M O coll tr g 3%s 1998—F&A
Spuyten Duyvil & Pt Morris—

m

gold 5s 1938-..
J&J
5s 1938 gu int—..J&J

sec s

^t3%S 1959."

87

2d M gold 4s guar 1949
J&J
1st ref 68 1946 series A....J&J
1st ref 5%8 1978 ser B
J&J

61%

,

25

100%

Deb 4s 1942
tax-exempt. _J&J
Ref & ref 4 %s ser A 2013—A&O
L S coll tr g 3%s 1998
F&A

50

4%
2%

Minneapolis Northfield&

81

2%

95

3%sconv secured 1952—-M&N
New York Central & Hud Riv—
Ref g 3%s July 1 1997—J&J

15%

/ 45

M&S

73

v.

71%
70%
59%

88*

34'

1%

55*

New York Central RR—
Cons mtge 4s 1998 ser A—F&A

10-year 3%s

y

■■

/
f 25
f 25
f 25

—

35""

77

Southern Ry 1st 6s '41--M&S
Minn St P & Sault Ste Marie—
1st cons gold 4s 1938
.J&J

29

fn*

J&J

Lake Erie & Western RR—

.

^

Ref & ext 5s Feb '62 ser A.Q-F
Certificates of deposit-

int at rate 4.8665-.

1961

Equip trust 4 %s
Newport & Cincinnati Bridge—
1st M g 4%s 1945 guar
J&J
Newport & Richfor Is 5s 1941

Hi

6s 1913 ext at 4%% to
1934 (1884).
J&D

Mil Sparta & NW 1st 4s 1947M&S
Mil&State Line 1st 3 %s 1941. J&J

2%

* m

Ref & impt 4%s 2013 A—.A&O
Ref & impt 5a 2013 O
A&O

1st mtge 5s ext at 3 % to '47

accr

19%

4%s 1939

Missouri Illinois Bridge and Belt
RR cons 48 1951
J&J
Mo-Illinois RR5s 1959
J&J
Mo Kans & Okla 5s 1942
M&S
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—

Plain
_

/ 18%

1910

Valley—5s 1943—A&O

1st M 5%s 1954 series A..A&0
Certificates of deposit
1st 5s 1956 series O
F&A
1st M 4%s 1956 series D—F&A

104%
55

Cons

v

96

Acer int at exch rate 4.8665—

Stmpd

96

1st ext 4 %8 1939

Con

Ref & Impt 5s Apr 1 1950—J&J
Eqtr5%sl938 (year)
M&S 6 1.75 "
Eq tr 3s F Jan 1 1938-43
6 2.75
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
-1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930——J&J
106%
<

J&D
6s

1st

86%
102%

Milwaukee & Northern—

Jqplin Union Depot Co—
1st 5s June 1 1944
Kalamazoo Allegheny &

J

Adj M Apr 1 *53 ser A_
Sept
Adj 5s series B 1953 Sept-

99
103
v

N

New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953—J&J
New Orleans Texas & Mexico—
Non-cum inc 5s '35 ser A—A&O
1st 5s 1954 series B
A&O
Certificates of deposit

102

M&N

ext at 5% to 1940

Midland

103%

.,

Ref & ext 5s series A 1967
Ref & ext 5s series B 1967
6s July 1 1967

1st

92"

of

1%

...J&J

Income deb 5s 2032
J&J
New Orl & Nor East 6s 1915
Extended at 5% 1940——M&N
Kef & impt 4%s 52 ser A.. J&J

1%

loo'

(Foreign series) 1960

88

Jacksonville Terminal—
1st 5s July 1 1939

/

M&N

Midland

2%

General 5s Jan 1 1938

50-year 1st 5s 1983

2%
2%

Middlesex Val 1st 5s 1942—M&N
Midi RR 4% franc bonds

10

6

iy
2*/
2%

New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940
J&J
New Orleans Great Northern—

82

impt 4%s 1979 ser O. J&J

1st gold 3%s 1952

8

3

2%

1951--..

coupon off—1951
Assent cash warrant and scrip
receipt No 4 on
1951

46

-

7

/

2.50%

li

1977- /

on

April 1914

/ 10

guar_M&N

1st 5s Kal & S H 1939

59

l %

M&N
New Eng cons 4s 1945
gu
J&J
Consol g 5s July 1 1945—J&J
N Hav & No Ham 4s 1956
guJ&D
N J June 1st 4s gu 1980
F&A
N J & N Y 1st ext 5s 1950—M&S

1st Mtge M Air L 4s 1940- J&J
1st g 4s Jol & N Ind 1957-J&J10

102

6 3.20

Naugatuck 1st 4s 1954

—

Sept 1914 coupon on 1977-M&S
Sept 1914 coupon off 1977 M&S
4s Asst(cash warr & coup)_1977
Michigan Central—

Z8*
69
70

National RR of Mexico—
Prior lien 4%s assent cash
' warr't & scrip ret No 4 on '26 /
1st con 4s(Apr 1914 coupon on)

Mexican International—

17%

F&A

scrip receipt No 5

■

100

70

Memphis Union Station Co—
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959—M&N

101%

56%

scrip receipt No 4 on 1957s f 4s (Apr '14 coup on)
April 1914 coupon off 1977-

^

100

It*

Gtd gen

83

1st cons A 6s 1963
-A&O
M'shfield & S'east—See Wis Cent

/! 23

/ 14%
Indianapolis Union—
Ref & imp M 3 %s.ser B '80 M&S
Internat-Great North Ry—

104

5<

B.M&N

ser

42

98

Assent cash warrant and

tit

Philippine Govt gu
M&N
Manitowoc Green Bay & Western
1st gtd 3%s 1941
J&J
Maryland & Pa 1st g 4s '51.M&S

106%

115

Assent cash warrant and

90

J&J

Equipment trust 5s
Equipment trust 5%s
Manila RR Sou Lines 4s '39.M&N
4s 1939 ext to 1959

100

106%

n

120

A—M&N

Eq tr 2%s 1938-1952
M&S
National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien 4%s—
Jan 1914 coupon on 1957
July 1914 coupon on 1957
July 1914 coupon off 1957

89%

1st mtge & coll 4s ser A '45 J&D
Conv gen 4%s ser A 1960-J&D
Secured 6s 1959
1st ser.-J&J

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4s 1957
Gen mtge 4%s 1957-

82%

104

Maine Central—

90

ser

1st M 4s 1978 ser A

Savannah—

5s 1947

-

65

Nashville Chattanooga & St L—

1.25%
112%

J&J

1st

Macon Terminal 5s 1965

21%
84

A&O

_Constr'n 4%s 1955

Ry joint Monon coll

;

100 "

75

111%

fold Term 1st g 4s '52 gu J&D
N 48,1952
J&J

100

-

97

37

89

85

2d mtge 3s 1980
—M&S
Mob & Mont 4%s 1945—M&S

16

15%
100

Wyoming & Southern—

Constr'n 5s 1955

South East & St Louis Div-

103%

Sp'field Div ext 3%6 1951 J&J
western lines g 4s 1951--F&A
ndiana Bloomington & Western

lift

J&J

99
A&O
87
O—A&O
85
1st & ref 4s ser D 2003---A&O
1st & ref 3V\s ser E 2003--A&O
6 1
Equipment trust 5s—
Atl K & Cin Div 4s 1955-M&N
Pad & Mem Div 1st 4s '46.F&A
107,

40%

1955

97

83%

/ 20

Montour RR 1st 5s 1963...F&A
Morris & Essex 3%s 2000--.J&D

■

1st & ref5a 2003 ser B
1st & ref 4 %s 2003 ser

Litch Div 1st g 3s 1951—J&J
Louisv Div 3%s g 1953
J&J
Omaha Div 1st 3s g 1951--F&A
St Louis Div 3%s g 1951—J&J
St Louis Div 3s g 1951—J&J

':M'K

108

104%
100%
93%

r 40
39%
2.50%
2.50%
3.00%
3.00%
3.00%

39
38%
3.25
3.25
3.50
3.50
3.60

97

Montgomery & Erie 1st 5s 1956..
106%

62%

/13%

1st mtge gold 5s 1939—M&S
Montauk Ext 1st 5s 1945
J&J

104

47

< 43

21

109

Louisville & Nashville—
Unified gold 4s 1940

53%

>

1 50
45%

O

Bridge 4s

r

41%

}i§"

M&S

Gen 6s
Montana

1st mtge gold 5s 1946
J&J
Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge
Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—M&S

93

: 40

N O) 5s 1963
Series

99

M&S
M&S

Secured 5s 1938

Eq 4%s 1938-41 (yr)—J&J15
Eq tr 5s 1938 (s-a)
M&S
94%
Eq tr 5s 1938-39 (year)—.J&J
102 %
Montgom Div g 5s 1947—F&A
89% Mohawk & Malone—
94
1st guar g 4s 1991
M&S
1.25%
Consol gold 3%s 2002—.M&S
2.00 % Monon Coal—See Chic Ind & Lou
59
Monongahela Ry Co—
72
1st mtge 4s ser A 1960—M&N
2,75% Monongahela Sou 5s 1955...A&O

t l&H

1st M gold 5s 1935
A&O
Louisville Henderson & St Louis—

99

93

Ref g 4s 1955 opt 1918—M&N
Pur liens 1st g 3%s 1952--J&J
Jt 1st ref M(IG&C8L&

y

Equip trust 3%s to 1946—A&O

Ask

Gen gold 4s. 1938—
Ref & impt 4%s 1977

25

Louisiana & North West RR—■

101

93

Coltr L N O & T g 4s'53.M&N
Ref mtge 5s 1955
M&N

*

58

97
,

101%

Refunding mtge 4s 1949—M&S
90"
4s stamped 1949
—M&S
Equip tr &> 1938-39 (yr)_.A&(_> 6 2.00
Equip tr 4 %s 1941-45 (yr) .F& A 6 3.00
55 >
Los Ang-Pac Co ref 4s 1950—J&J
Louisiana & Ark 5s A 1969—J&J

-a v

J&J

4s 1951

1st gold 3%s 1951
J&J
Main L ext 1st g 3%s *51-A&O
1st g 3s sterling 1951—M&S
Coll trust gold 4s 1952
A&0\

i

Unified g 4s, 1949
M&S
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938——J&D

53
17%

Illinois Central—
»

Long Island—

117%
1.25

Bid

Bonds
Mobile & Ohio—

110%
f 20
99%

1939 guar
J&J
Long Dock cons 3%s 1950—A&O
1st gold 4s

52

Adj inc up to 5% Feb '57.A&0
1st M 4%s 1957 conv
F&A

101

1.00

101
/ 25
/ 44%

Holyoke & West 4%s 1951--A&O

Ask

99

Little Miami guar 4s 1962—M&N
Little Rock & Hot Spr West Ry—

.

Hocking Valley Ry—
1st cons gold 4%s 1999
Eq tr 6s 1938 (ann)
Eq tr 6s 1938-1939 (yr)
Holidaysburg Bedford &

Bid

Litchf & Madis 1st 5s 1959.M&N

Ask

Bid

Harl R & Portch—See N Y N
H & Ha rtford.
Harris Ports Mt Joy & Lane RR
Ext 4s 1943
J&J
107
Hoboken Ferry 6s 1940
M&N
65

6 4.50

3.75%

6 4.50

6 4.00

3.75%
3.00%

/ 77

82

65

:

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I«)XI »S

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month preceding the date of issue

NOTICE—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f *
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

New York Ontario & Western
Ref 1st g 4s June 1992
M&S
Gen M g 4s 1955 red
J&D
N Y Pennsylvania & Ohio--

>hila & Chester Val 4s 1938.A&O

f
/

N Y & Putnam 1st 4s g 1993-A&0
N Y Short Line 4s 1957—-F& A
N Y & Stamford 4s 1958.—M&N
N Y Susq & Western-1st refunding 5s 1937
-J&J
2d mtge 4 %s 1937- F&A
(Jen mtge. 5s g 1940-—-F&A

v

Term 1st g 5s 1943
M&N
N Y Westchester & Bos Ry—
1st M g 4%s 1946 guar—J&J
Nord Ry s f 6%s 1950
Norfolk & Car 1st 5s 1939.—A&O
2nd 5s
1946
J&J
Norfolk Southern—

1st & ref g 5s '61 opt 15--F&A
Certificates of deposit--— —
Norf & South 1st 5s 1941-M&N
1st gen g 5s

1954 opt----J&J

62%

4%s ser A

Pitts Bessemer & Lake Erie—

f 12 H
/ ~7~~
f 35

4%s series B 1942
4 %s series C 1942

D 1945
3%s series E 1949

16
13

5

/

4 %s series J 1964
Gen M 5s 1970 ser A

96

/
9%
f 8%
f 45
/ 24

12

11%

1st

60

Gold 4s

30

112

116
103

116%

V

Pittsburgh & Shawmut—
1st s fg 5s 1959
J&D
Pitts Shenango & Lake Erie—
1st gold 5s 1940
..A&O
Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943--J&J

Northern Ohio Ry 1st guar 5s—

Ctfs of dep stmpd as to

/ 70

as to sale of Apr 1 33
Apr 1 1937 coupons
Northern Pacific—
Prior lien g 4s Jan 1997
Q& J
Gen lien g 3s Jan 2047
Q&F
Ref & imp 4%s 2047 ser A.J&J
Ref & imp 6s 2047 ser B—J&J
Ref & imp 5s 2047 ser O—J& J

Stamped
to

-

Eq tr
Eq tr

70

A&O
3 %s Apr I 1938-1946
2%s 1937-1946
J&D

Pitts Young &

*

60

Vshtabula—

60 %

62

72%

74%

86 %

'

89

Northwestern Terminal RR—
1st M 5s 1977
An.-Apr
5s 1948
- —
Norwich & Worcester 4 %s '47M&S

Ogdensburg & Lake Ohamplian—
1st guar g 4s 1948
J&J
4s stamped 1948
J&J
Ohio Connecting 4s 1943—M&S
Ohio Ind & Western 5s 1938
. Ohio & Little Kanawha5s '5CM&S

/ 24
/ 21
103

/ 11
11%

J&J

1955-J&J
Paris-Orleans extl 5K's 1968 M&S
6% franc bonds (foreign series)

Paducah & 111 1st 4%s

J&D
Paterson Extension 5s 1950.J&D
red to

1956

§5%

'

_

Equip trust 2 %s 193846--J&J
Perklomen

1st

5s

1938

Q-J

Phila & Bait Cent 4s 1951—M&N

6 3.00

12%

Reading Company—
Jer Cent 4s *51 opt "06—A&O
Gen&ref 4%8 1997 ser A._ J&J
Gen & ref 4 %s 1997 ser B J&J

24
24
24

24

lie

1943
——M&N
4s April 1 1960
A&O
5s 1974 series B
F&A
M4H> 1977 ser C„ J&J
4%« series D 1981—J&D

Gen
Gen
Gen

Gen

6 Basis.

93%

107%

"7%
99""

A&O

23

/ 18
116
78

58

/ 56%
55

J

1st 4%s (Oregon lines)
Series A 1977
—..M&S
40-year 4%s 1968
M&S
'•>' 61
50-year 4%s 1981—..
M&N
4%8 1969 with warr
M&N
10-yr secured 3%s 1946..-J&J
Equip 5s 1938-1939 (yr)—M&N 6 2.00
Eq tr 4%s 1938-40 (yr).—J&D 6 2.25
Eq tr 4%s 1938-41 (yr)—J&D 6 2.40
Pacific Fruit Express—
I
Eq 5s 1938-39 C (yr) —.M&S 6 2.25
Eq 5s 1938-41 D (yr)...A&O 6 2.40
Southern Pacific (Golden Gate
Ferries) 1st 5%_s 1949
A&O
65

70%

70%

60""

elli
62

*85*

87H

1.25%

1.50%
1.75%
1.50%

2.00%

Southern Pacific RR Co.—

104 %
85
93
89 V

87%
106
93%

1st

M

4%s 1934

M&S

con
1 %s 1941
4%s stamped 1941

103

105%

f:E
7%
89

io"
13
11

1&

—J&J

112%
111

118%
101%

1st g 4s '51--J&J

93

1944-M&S
St Joseph & Graud Island—
1st gold 48 1947
J&J
St Lawr & Adirond 5s 1996—J&J
2d gold 6s 1996—A&O
St Louis City see Pac of Mo

45

St Louis Iron Mt & Sou—
Riv & Gulf Di

106 %

89

St Louis-San

...

Sullivan Co RR 6s

A&O

1944

Sunbury Hazleton & W-B—
1st M inb 6s 1938 coup.M&N
Susquehanna Blodmsburg &
Berwick RR 5s 1952
A&O
10%
Tampa & Gulf Coast—
1st g 5s 19.53
A&O
15
Tampa North 1st 5s '36 opt.J&J
10% Tampa Union Sta 5s 1940.-M&N
14
Tampa Un Term 4-6%s '53.-J&J
M&S
12% Tavares & Gulf 5s A 1935
98
50

109%

^

Jst gold 4%s 1939
1st consol gold 5s
s

-A&O
1944—F&A

fg 4s 53 opt'10-J&J

Terre Haute & Peor 5s

1942.M&S

94

Texarkana & Ft Smith—

98

...

80

105
/ 13%
/ 17

100
/ 10
/ 60
f
105

101%
105

/ 6
/ 38
92
/ 32
/ 13

43

37"
107%

105
----

108%

117

109%

105

1st M 5%s 1950 guar
F&A
Texas City Term 6s 1941-J&J '26

.

- —

88

72

Texas & New Orleans—

m

59%
59

Cons

5s

Texas &

•

„

1st gold 5s 2000
J&D
Gen & ref 5s 1977 ser B—A&O

A« J&J

Gen & ref 5s 1979 ser
Gen & ref 5s 1980 ser

O—A&O
D—J&D

100%

97

J&J

1943

Pacific Ry—

19%
15%

—

Francisco Ry—

Prior lien 4s 1950 series

91 %

3%
3%

Rv4%s 1943.
J&D
Stephenville Nor, & Sou Texas—
1st M guar g 5s 1940
«.J&J
Sturgis Goshen & St Louis Ry—
1st 3s Dec 1 1989—
J&D
Suffolk & Oar don 5s 1952—J&J

Gen ref

deposit
N W 5s 1948——J&J r

St L Peo &

107
70

„

4s 1933-M&N

s

Certificates of

90%
97%

—

Term RR Assn (St Louis)—

St Johns & L Cham 5s

113

Staten Isld

104

f

J&J

Spokane Fallsj& Nor 6s 1939.J&J
Spok Internat 1st g 5s 1955.J&J
Stark Elec RR 1st 7s 1952...J&D

Louis Belt—

St Clair Mad & St
Alton Bridge

-i-

Mobile & O coll tr 4s '38.M&S

55

J&J
J&J
J&J

1949

Rutland

101

—

1st 4s 1995

Ry—

4%S2 1957

87

J&J

E Tenn reorg lien 5s 1938 M&S
1st Mem Div g 5s 1996
J&J
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951 J&J

105

J&J
opt——A&O

Rut I Can 1st g gu Is
4s stamped 1949

Aiken Branch 4s 1998

109

Spartanburg Union & Columbia—

1st 4s 1939

89

88%
2.40%
1.25%

110

107

Rock Island Ark & Ixiuisiana—
1st guar

J&J
82
Develop & gen M g 4s '56-A&O
50 J'
Develop & gen 6s 1956
A&O
/ 57 V
Develop & gen 6 %s 1956.-A&O
61
Equipment trust 5%8—
6 3.00
Eq tr 5s 1938-39 (s-a)
M&S 6 3.25
Eq tr 4%s Oct '38-'39 (s-a) A&O 6 3.75

.v

-

Rock Island-FVlsco Term

90

86%
b 3.25

.

1st coll tr 4s 1949

77
89

g

Rio Gr Wes

1910.-J&J
89
Stamped (Fed tax) 1955-J&J /

Southern Railway—
1st consol g 5s 1994

70%

bds May 1 1941
M&N
Rich PTederick8bg & Potomac—
Cons mtge 4 %s 1940
A&O
Richmond & Mecklenburg—
Istg Is Nov I 1918. ..—M&N
Richmond & Pat3rsbuxg—
Cons 4%s 1940
A&O
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952.J&J
Richmond-Washington Co—
Coll tr g gu 4s 1943 opt—J&D
Rio Gr June 1st gu 5s 1939—J&D
Rio Gr So 1st g 4s 1940——J&J
1st g 4s guar 1940—-—J&J

97%
104
104 %

1st ref g 4s 1955 opt

102""

107

"41 Q&F

Term 5s g gu May 1
Rensselaer & Saratoga—

„,

•

111 %
83
80 %

3.75%

Ftior lien 5s 1950 series

B.J&J

14

14%
15%

1.00%
1.00%
1.00%
2.25%
2.10%

Certificates of deposit
Cons in 4 %s 1978 ser A—M&S
Certificates of deposit stpd._

12

14

94

11%
10%
$ 98

93

97

1st Mg5%s 1964
M&S
Toledo Canada Southern & Det—

69%
45%
29%

1956
Toledo & Ohio Central—
Ref & Imp M 3 %s ser A

29

Div 1st 4s 1951F&A
Toledo Peoria & Western RR—

83

1st mtge 4s ser L 1967—. .J&J
Toledo St Louis & Western—.

96

.

68

Cert ificates of deposit—

Eq 4%s 1938-'41 BB

(yr)-F&A

Equipment trust 4s————.
Southwestern—

St Lou is

1st g 4s

7%

1989.—-

_

—M&N

2d g Inc 4s Nov 1989.——J&J
1st term & unlf 5s 1952—J&J

107

1990—-J&J
Eq tr 5%s 1938-1939 (s-a) M&S
Equipment trust 5s
— ——

Gen & ref 5s ser A

w*
70
69%
2.40%
2.40%

1938-1945—J&J

Equip tr 4%s
St

Paul &

Dec 1 1996.-J&D
4 %s *47—J&J
City Short Line

Mortgage 4s

Pacific ext

106
114

123%

106

107%

St Paul

110

103

6 4.00

6 4.50

3.00%
3.00%
3.75%

96
95

/

1941
F&A /
Manitoba—
1st 4s £1940—J&J

Union

Depot1^-

>

Nominal.

St

Mary^

Tol Walhouding Valley &
1st g gu 48 1942 ser C

M&S

104

Transylvania RR 1st 5s 1956-J&J
Tulsa Un Dep ls^t 4%s '59—J&J

118

Hamilton &

106%

99%

100

93%

107%

Ohio—

1st gold 4s June 1 1946—J&D
Consol M 4%s 1966 ser A. F&A

Toronto

—

98

'

*60 J&D

10

97

n

J&J

1st 4s

10

114

k Last sale,

63.25

Tex Pac-Mo Pac Term RR—

8%

—J&J

1972

M&N 6 2.50
(yr).—A&;0 6 3.25
(yrl-tF&A 6 3.25

8

Salt Lake City Union Depot
and RR 1st 5s 1938
M&N

1st- & ref 5s

Eq tr 5s 1938-1939
Eq tr 4%s 1938-42
Eq tr 4%s 1938-43
Equipment trust 4s

1st gold 48 April 1 1950—A&O
Tol Term 1st 4%s '57 gu
M&N

St Paul & Kansas

1st guar 4 %s
St Paul Minn &

109 %

6 4.00

1968-—-—J&D

4s

St Paul East Gr Tr

l65%

/ 35
/ 28
/ 21%

Duluth—

1st consol g

/ This price includes accrued interest,




6:V

Eq l%s 1938'45 (s-a)—M&N
b 2.00
Equipment trust 5s
Philadelphia & Reading RR
107%
Imp M ext g 4s 1947— A&O
104
Extended 4%s Oct 1 1943.

6%

Phila Bait & Washington
1st gold 4s

96
103%

106
.

is 1950—-M&S

(leading Belt 1st

93%
98

97
104%

-

14

38
80

—

w

85"

75

-

104"

28

Penn Ohio & Detroit RR—
1st & ref 4%s 1977 ser A..A&O
100
108
1st & ref 4 %s series B 1981
Pennsylvania RR—
Con M 4s gold 1943
-M&N
108%
Con M 4s gold 1948
M&N
110
Con M 4s gold 1948 sterling
109
stamped dollar
M&N
Con M 4%s gold I960—-F&A
117
Gen g 4%s 1965
101
J&D
Gen g 58 Dec 1 1968
J&D «106%
96 %
Gen M 4%s 1981 ser D—A&O
Gen M 4Kb ser E 1984—J&J
98%
Deb 4%s 1970
A&O
88%
Gen M 3%s ser O 1970—A&O
90%
Oonv deb 3%s 1952
A&O
80%.
30-yr secured 4s 1938-1964. J&J 6 4.25
Eq tr 5s 1938 (yr)
M&S 6 1.50
Gen equip 5s 1938-39 (yr) .A&0.6 1.50
Eq tr 4 4s 1938-39 (yr)..A&0\b 1.50
Eqtr 4sseries E 1938-1949 .T&T'b 3.00
Eq tr 2%s ser H '38-'52__M&N 6 2.75
Peor & East cons 4s 1940.-A&O
2dconslnc 4s 1990
Apr 1 / ~7%
Peoria & Pekin Union Ry—
1st g 5%'s 1974 series A—F&A
101
Peoria Ry Ter 4s '37 gu op—J&J / 45
Pere Marquette Ry—
?
1st g 5s July 1956 ser A.-J&J
77%
1st g 4s July 1956 ser B. J&J
1st 4%s 1980 ser O
M&S
68%
6 3.00
Equipment trust 4%s

101%

J&J

1956—M&S / 75
97
1947—A&O
Raleigh & Vugusta Air Line—
1st .5s 1931
J&J / 61
/
Ral & Gaston 1st 5s g 1917.
J&J y 55
Raleigh & S'port Ry 5s '65--J&D /
16
99
Raritan River 1st g 5s 1939—J&J'

27

Pennsylvania Company—
28-year secured 4s 1963---F&A ;; 96 Hi
Gu tr ctfs g 4s 1952
M&N
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1941
102%
F&\
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1942
103%
J&D
103
Gu tr ctfs g 3%s 1944
J&D
85
Pa & N Y Canal con 5s 1939 A&O
85 £
Cons mtge 4%s 1939
-.A&O
Cons mtge 4s 1939
84
A&O
-

28

M -

30

X. 55""

61%

94

M&N
Port Reading lstgu 5s 1941—J&J
Potomac Val lstgu5sg 1941 J&J
lYov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
M&Ms
1951

5s

• *

106

South Indiana 1st g 4s 1951 —F&A
Southern Pacific Co—
Ooll tr 4s (CP) Aug 1 '49..J&D

113

iVov Ter 1st g 4s gu
Prov & Wore 1st 4s

97

f 25

'42serAM&Sl5 /—.

Paulista Ry 1st 7s

V:

1963

A

/

f9°:

Southern I11& Mo Bridge Co—
1st Mg 4sl951
M&N

110

Portland & Rumford Falls—

65

/ 21
1st M 5%s 1944
—F&A / 21 y
1st M 5s 1945series B—-J&D f 21
1st M4%s 1950 series C
J&J / 21
107%
Ore RR & Nav cons 4s 1946-J&D
113
Ore Short Line 1st 5s 1946--J&J
117%
1st cons guar 5s 1946
J&J
Oregon-Wash RR & Nav—
104
1st & ref g gu 4s '61 opt--J&J
Pac Fruit Express—See Sou Pac—
Pac of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938--F&A
2d ext 5s gold 1938.
J&J
Cardelet Br 1st 4%s 1938. A&O
83"
St Louis City real est 5s *38 J&J

Colony RR 4s 1938

1.25%
2.00%
2.00%

105%
100%

__

Old

77

113

J&D
J&D
4s 1961-J&J

1st gen 5s 1974 series C
1st 4 %8 series D 1977
Portl (Me) Term gu
Guar 5s 1961

78

imp 5s 2047 ser D—. J& J
Eq tr 4%s 1938-'40 (yr)M&Sl5 6 2.00
Eq tr 2%s 1938-1947
M&S 6 2.75
Eq tr 2%b 1938 19.6
J&J b 2.75
60
Nor RR of N J gen 4 %s 2000. J&J
102%
No Ry of Cal 5s g gu 1938A&0
North Pennsylvania RR—
95
Gen g 3 3-lOs 1953
J&D
Ref &

109%

108

1st gen 4s series \ 1918.—J&D
1st M 5s 1962 series B—F&A

94

64^

0

3.20%
3.00%

6 3.50

Gen cons gu g 5s

64%

6L:;;:

90

A&O

South Bound RR 1st 5s 1941
South & North Alabama—

64

6 3.75

_

93

■y!;r.

60

A&O

1st M 4%s 1960 ser C

/ 70

90

85

5%

6

UVA

prior lien 5s '48-A&O
Shamokin Sun bury & Lewisb'g—
2d ext'd 5s 1945J&J
Shrev Bdg & Ter 5s *55 gu. —F&A
Sioux City &Pac3%s 1936—F&A
Somerset Ry 1st & ref 4s '55-.J&J
1st M 4s July 2 1950
J&J

114

106

t
F&A

Seaco&st RR

40

J&D

1st M 4%s 1958 ser A
1st M
1959 ser B

71

sale of

Apr '33. Oct '33 & Apr'34, '45

8

-F&A

Certificates of deposit
Seaboard & Roanoke 5s 1931 .J&J

114

1st g guar s f 5s 1942J&J
Pitts Va & Char gu 4s 1943.M&N
Pitts & West Va Ry—

21

19K

5
13

,

Pitt»b Term RR & Coal—

116
114

8

deposit

1st gu 6s 1935 series A
Certificates of deposit.
1st gu 6s 1935 ser B

;C5
---

f

-

93
85
93
57

9

110

.

/

F&A /

6% receivers' ctfs 1927

105

lid"

100%

F&A

1952

Feb 1

73
.71

6

102

F&A f

gold 5s 1949

14%

<P

5% secured notes 1931
F&A
Receiver ctfs 2-3<%s '45-.-F&A
vtlanta-Birmingham Div—

120

107
104

Gen M 4%s 1977 ser O—J&J
Pitta Shawmut & Northern—

mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—F&A

Certificates of

--

25

14%
12%

A&O
A&O

Rergola4s 1959 opt-A&O
Certificates of deposit..
>.
1st & cons 6s 1945 ser A
M&S

---

J&D
A&O

58 1942

Stamped--AdJ

117
116

Gen M 5s 1975 ser B

97 %

111%

111

F&A
M&N

4%s8eries I 1963

5%
98%

102

113

101

g

Seaboard Air Line Ry Co—
1st gold 4s 1950

F&A

H 1960

104"

112%

Scioto Val & N E 1st 4s 1989M&N

107%
110%
110%
110%

J&D
M&N
F&A

1953

4s series G 1957
4s series

'74.M&S

Oct 1 1934 & sub coups 1945—
Oct 1937 and subs coupons

F

4s series

60

103

M&S
Schuylkill & Leh 1st 4s '48-M&N

'

116

114

-—.-M&N

4sseries

14%

108.%

A&O

Santa Fe Prescott & Phoenix—

90

_

1940-A&O
A&O
M&N

Con g gu 4%s ser A

45""

Val—

San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950--A&O

1st

—J&J

gold 5s 1947

Pitts Cin Chic & St Louis—

84

83

-J&J

1st g 5s Oct 1 1940

11%

88

J&O

3%s 1966

mtge

Cons

69""

105

/ 40

1st guar g 4s 1943
San Fran & San Joaquin

Piedmont & Northern—
1st

100

Norfolk Term 1st gu 4s 1961M&N
Norf Term & Transp 5s '48F&A
Norf & W Ry 1st con 4s *96. A&O
Norrist'n & Maine 1st 4s '52 M&S
Northern Central—
Gen & ref 5s 1974 ser A..M&S
Gen & ref g

103

5%

15

—

.

Phila &

100

/ 97%

»gden 5s 1934
San Antonio & Aransas Pass—

Reading RR—Ses "Readi ngCo."
Philippine Railway—
10%
1st p 4s 1937 s f 0Pt gu—-J&J

101""

101%

19j^-—-M&N

97

Phila Newton & N Y 3s 1942 A&O

10

103%

98

Prior lien ext 4%s, 1950--M&S
U Y Phil & Norf—1st g 4s 39 J&J

Income 4s Jan 1
Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948—J&D
N Y Prov & Bos 4s 1942
--A&O

9%
5%

/

Salt Lake &

100%

Ask

Biu

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

105

Buffalo—

103
90
42

103

104

.

91%

Dec., 1937]

RAILROAD

BONDS

71

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 and Stocks

Bid

Union Depot
(Columbus, Ohio)
Gen 434s 1946
J&J
Union PaciflcJ
1st ry & land gr 4s g 1947.-J&J

Ask

Stocks

Bid

103

11134

1st & ref 4s June 2008
M&S
1st & ref 5s June 2 2008--M&S

92 3*
92 34

'-4* ileus i970

97 ;M

Atlanta & West Point
-100
Atlantic Coast L Co of Conn..50
Atlantic Coast L RR com
100

114

.AiVC

Eq tr 2J*s ser E 1938-52..J&J
s 1938
Eqtr 4
ISl&N
(yr,)

6 1.75

115
129

Union Ter minal Co "(Dallas)—
1st mtge 3 3*s 1967
F<!
United N J RR & Canal Co—

1st 434s Feb 1

lio"

110
116
106

P&A

1973

107X

90

4s 1955 series A
Series B 1957

^

7&A

95

109

MM

109

—J&J1934
coupon off.—.
1st guar 4 4s assented—
Cash

war

S§

coupon.

M

'xoS*

18

6% non-cum preferred.——100
7% prior preferred..———100
v:

Stamped—

10434

10434

6 2.00

Wabash Railroad Co—
1st gold 5s 1939
M&N
2d gold 5s 1939
F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939.J&J
1st lien term
gold 4s
Ref & gen 534s 1975

1.25%
1.00%

/ 32 34

M;,;; 40 V

/ ::::
/ 1134

1954.J&J
A—.M&S

65""
11

95""

ioo
100

95
95

Det & Chic ext 1st g 5s *41.
Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939..
Toledo & Chic 4s g 1941..1
Omaha Div 1st 3 4s g *41_>

100

94
55

m

Wabash Railway Co—

55

13
12

1948

Q-Ma

1st gold 4s 1945 guar

47

52

1023*
10734
10934

F&A

Washington &

Vandemere—
1947
F&A
Shore 1st 4s 2361
J&J
Virginia & Pittsburgh
g s f 4s 1990
A&O
Fruit Exp—See Or Nor

86

West
72
West
t# 1st
84
West
Western Maryland 4s 1952.A&O
90
9034
1st & ref 534s 1977 ser A..J&J
96 34
Equipment trust 434a.
b 3.00 "
2.25%
Equipment trust 5a
6 1.75
1.00%
West N Y & Penna 4s 1943. A&O
10734
Western Pacific RR Corp—
f
-

lit M 5s 1946 series A
..M&S
.Assented 5s 1946-....*....

Equipment

11134

/ 173*
/ 173*

trust 5s

6 4.25
Eq tr 534s l937-'38 (yr)_._J&D 6 3.00
2$4s trustees ctfs Dec. 1 1938—
99

Western Pocahontas 4 34s 1945.
Western Ry of Ala 4 34s *58—A&O
Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—

90

Ref mtge. 4s ser D 1966..M&S
1st consol gold 4s 1949 ...M&S

Wheeling Term

4s

1940

2.00%
9934

99

_

.

20

2434
3.00%

1980.
J*J
Wichita Falls & Sou 1st 6s '38 J&J
Wichita Union Terminal Ry

5s

lstggu 434s 1941 opt

Wilkes-Barre &
1st guar g 5s
Wllkee-Barre &
1st 4 )4s May
Willamette Val

J&D

/

1 1938—

1947

10134

F&A

1959

A&O

Sup & Dul Div 4s 1936—M&N
Certificates of deposit
Marsh field

&

S'eastern

div

.

102 34
93

9934
108

97

10834

10934

115

ii
\ 1834
7
834

1434

Preferred series A

13

Chic R I & Pacific

f

M

28

7 13
;

Old

<-

4

*

No

par

value.

i




Ry
..100
pref...100

19534
103
155
92
90

If*
95

95
60
5

Colony (gu NYNH&H)—100

48

50
50

50

50
1

22

105

c__

...

5% preferred
5% prior preferred..

2
4

14

100
—.100

II*

Phi la Germ & Norris
(guar).. 50
Phila & Trenton
(gu Pa RR).100
Piedmont & Northern
...._»
Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie.. 50
Preferred
50

143

260
44

38
78

....

Pitts Cin Chic & St Louis
Pitts Ft W & Chic com

.100
(gu)._100

72.
108

102""
90
49 X

834
1134

7 % pref (guar Pa RR)
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
Pittsburgh & West Virginia
Pitts Youngs & Ashta

166

100
50

175
57

100
7% pref 100

154

Portland & Ogdensburg
Prov & Worcester

(guar)

143*

100
...100

95

Railroad Securities Co—

t4 % 111 Cent stk ctf 1952—1000
Reading Co
50
4 % non-cum 1st pref
50
4% non-cum 2d pref
50
Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar). 100
Rich Fred & Potom—com
100
Dividend obligations
100
6% guaranteed.&
100
7% guaranteed..
—...100
Roch & Genesee Val RR
..100
Rome & Clint (gu D &
H)
100
Rutland 7% preferred
....100
St Louis Bridge 1st
pref
..100
2d preferred
100
St Louis-San Francisco
Ry
100
6% non-cum preferred--—-100
St Louis
Southwestern.......100

V-

...

26
20

loo""
100
160

200
84

60
2

138
70

134
3

434

5% non-cum preferred
100
Saratoga & Schenectady (gu).100

.100

li°5*
3*

Seaboard Air Line common.—.*
4-2% non-cum preferred
100
Sharon
50
Southern Pacific Co
—100

non-cum

41

...

2034

Southern Ry common

.....100
5% non-cum preferred
100
Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs.—100
Southwestern of Ga (guar)...100
Tennessee Central
*
Preferred
...100
Texas & Pacific Ry
100
Troy & Gr'bush (gu N Y C)._ 50

50

50

(guar). 100
Georgia RR & Bank Co (gu).l00
Great Northern Ry—
Iron Ore Prop trust ctfs..—..*
Preferred (capital stock
*
Green Bay & Western
100
Gulf Mobile & Northern com.100
6% preferred
100
Hudson & Manhattan:
...100
5% non-cum preferred
100

13
t

non-cum

preferred..

74""

8§
It*
140
*87

100

8234

United N J RR & Canal
(gu).l00

235

Utica Chen & Susq Val
(gu).100
Utica Clinton & Bingham ton 100

60

13

_

Preferred.......
.......100
Valley RR (N Y) (guar).—..100
Vermont & Mass
(guar)
..100
Vicksb Shrevep & Pac com
100
5% non-cum preferred—100

Illinois

Central
j100
Non-cum 6% pref series A..100
Leased lines

100

Stk tr ctfs—See RR Secure Co

Inturnat Rys (Cent Am) com .*
5% preferred
100
liet & Chic (guar C &
A)—100

Virginian Ry

6%

common

60

75
110

100

137

preferred—.....100
Ry
100
5% non-cum preferred A...100
cum

1123*
234
43*
334

Wabash

Kal Allegan & Gr
Rap (gu)-.100
K O St L & Chic—Pref
(gu)
100
Kansas City Southern
-.100

5%

non-cum conv

pref B..100

Warren N J (guar D L & W)_ 50
West Jersey & Seashore (gu). 50
Western Maryland Ry com..100

non-cum

preferred.....100
_ackawanna RR of N J
100
Lehigh Valley
50

1st

4%

50

100
50

preferred
non-cum

30
•

100

2d pref

,

2034

Tunnel RR of St Louis...—.100
Union Pacific—Common...—100

4%

7
20
-

—100

Western Pacific RR Corp....100

6% non-cum preferred——100
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry
100
534 % cum-conv preferred—100

58

A*
70
8

i*
75

9034

-

t Quotations represent

Vx-dlr dnnd

63*
13*

100

Peoria & Bureau Val
(guar)..100
Peoria & Eastern
.—..100
Pere Marquette Ry com
100

...

■

—.100

non-cum

Pennroad Corp v t

.100
50

50
50

1!*
ill*

....100

Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W)
Paterson & Hudson River
Pennsylvania RR

...

Preferred

1

83*

(guar B & M)—100
Northern Pacific Ry
.—100
North RR of N J (guar
Erie).100
North Pennsylv (gu P & R)._ 50
Norwich & Worcester pref
100
Ogden Mine RR (gu On N J).100

common... 100

Ittle Miami original guar...
Spec guar betterment stk..

34

no*

"234
conv preferred

Adjust 4%

preferred-...-100
East Penna (guar P & R)
50
Elmira & W'msport (guar)... 50
Preferred (guar Nor Cent). 50
Erie—Common
•
...100
4% non-cum 1st preferred-.100
4% non-cum 2d preferred-.100

4%

14 3*

-.100

No Carolina (guar Sou
RR)„100
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR). 50
North *n N H

♦

(guar)

45
42

Norfolk Southern
Norfolk & Western

100

Erie & Kalamazoo
(guar)
Erie & Pitts
(guar Pa RR).—
Ft Wayne & Jack pref

41X

2d 5% non-cum o < ferred-.100
New London Northern......100
New Orleans Great Northern
New Orl Texas &
Mexico..—100
New York Central RR
*
N Y Chic & St Louis com....100

7%

—.—100

preferred

334
43

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

N Y Ontario & Western

O c*

non-cum

100
% conv preferred—.....100
bile & Birmingham—

113

Duluth South Snore & Atl—.-100

93*

45

—

4

—

6% preferred series A—
100
com (gu).—— 50

—50

100
100
Cin New Orl & Texas Pacific. .100
Preferred. a Mi it. .'iii i-i-l 00
Cincinnati Sandusky & Cleveland
6% non-cum preferred
50
Cin Union Terra 5% pref..-.100
Cleve Cine Chicago & St L...100
5% non-cum preferred
100
Cleve & Pitts (gu Pa RR) 7%-50
Special guar 4%
50
Colorado & Southern
100
4% 1st non-cum preferred-.100
4% 2d non-cum preferred-.100
Columbus & Xenia (guar)..
50
Conn & Passurapslc pref
100
Consol Rys of Cuba 6% pref.100
Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref..100
Dayton & Mich com (guar) —-.50
Preferred (guar O FT & D)._ 50
Delaware & Bound Br (guar). 100

14 3*

20

334
1034

48;

N Y & Harlem

5% non-cum preferred.——100
Chicago & North Western
100
7% non-cum preferred-—-.100

12

4s

1951
.I
—-.M&N
Worcester & Conn Eastern Ry—
1st gold 434s 1943-J&J
Yonkers Ry see "P U" bonds—
Yos«raite Vails f g 5s 1936..J&J
—

\

87

Gen 5s Aug 1 19,82
.F&A
Wilmington Ry Bdge 5s '43.A&O
Winston-Salem Southbound
1st gold guar 4s 1960
J&J
Winston Salem Term 5s '66.A&0
J&J

100

7 10

Wilmington & Nor 434a '77..J&D

Wisconsin Central Ry—
1st gen g 4s 1949
Certificates of deposit

7H

95

Wilmington & Newbern—

1st & ref 4s

....

634

Scranton Ry—

Southern Ry—
6s 1939
.F&A
Willmar & Sioux Falls—
1st guar g 5s 1938
J&D
1st gold 4s

40"

Eastern—

1942

— —

Chicago Burl & Quincy

5%

105

."■> ih

Mississippi Central
100
Mo-Kan-Texas RR com.....—.*
7% preferred series A
100

1st 4% non-cum
pref

Cayuga & Susq (gu D L & W)-30
j Central of New Jersey....—100
Chesapeake Corp
—*
Ch^peake & Ohio common...25

6%

M&N

10
51

Nashv Chatt & St Louis.....100
National Rys of Mexico—

Denv & Rio Gr Wes't 6
% prefll 00
Detroit Hills & S W
(guar)
100
Detroit & Mackinac Ry
100

/ 4
/ 30

1st

2d pref (guar P & R)

Delaware & Hudson Co..
Delaware Lack & Western

102

2

50

60
50
Minneapolis & St Louis
100
Minneapolis St P & S S M—100
7 % non-cum preferred
100
4% leased line ctfs
100

Original
Unstamped

Catawissa RR—1st pref (guar).50

D(»1o.W»I*A

I?!*

F&A

White & Black River Valley

cl*

20

Mobile & Ohio—See Southern
Ry
Morris & Essex (guar)....—. 50
v'%'

100

7% preferred
6% preferred

84
70

550
50

80
900

Nashville & Decatur—

.

4 34s

Prr ferred
Mill Oreek & Mlnehill
Navig.
Minehill & Schuyl Hav (gu)

17
,

4% non-cum preferred..—.100

Canadian Pacific
-25
Car Clinchfield & O unstmp—100
Common stamped
-.100

Chic Milw St P & Pacific—
Common

92

50

isouri Pacific com......

pref stamped.. 100

13

Washington

Co Ry 1st g guar
3)48 Jan 19.54 opt 1924
J&J
Wash & Frankl Ry 1st 5s '39.J&J
Wash Term Co—334s 1945--F&A

non-cum

70"

fc

47
110

100

z

Lykens Valley RR & Coal... 20
Mahoning Coal RR
50
Pref
(guar L S & M 8)
50
M aine Central
———.100
5% preferred
—100
Massiwppa Valley
100
Michigan Central
..100
MiddJ .net Valley common..— 50

-

6% preferred
100
Chicago Great Western com. .100
4% preferred
100
Chic Ind & Louisv common—100
4% non-cum preferred-..—100

13

Washington Central Ry—

'

72

Chic & East Illinois common.100

inn

,

6%

91

fllX

Certificates of deposit.
Ref & gei
Certificates of deposit..
Ref & gen 5s 1980 ser D..A&C
Certificates of deposit
Warren 1st ref g 3«4s 2000.-F&j

'

Canada Southern

1334

Certificates of deposit

1st

27

Boat & Prov (guar Old Col)...100
Camden & Burl Co (guar).—25

70

7 6534

Equipment trust 5 4s—
Equipment trust 5s
Eq tr 434s 1933-43 (yr) —.A&O

1

-

145
& 43

......-100
1st pref 5% class A.....100
1st pref 8% class B.. — .100
1st pref 7% class C
100
1st pref 10% class D
100
1st pref 434% class E...100

66

6 1.50

Mar

75
84

Common

103**

Virginian Ry—

48

74
39

-

Unstamped—
1st pref 5% class A. ——100
1st pref 8% class B__—100
1st pref 7% class C
100
1st pref 10% class D
100
1st pref 434% class E...100

62

_

1st

13 34
15

14

.

M&S / 58
M&
715
Vicksburg Shreveport & PaciflcPr lien us *15ext 5% '40..M&—
v; 92
Gen 58 May I 1941
M&N & 85
ref & impt 5s 1973.
M&N
.90
Va & Southwest 5s 2003..—-J&J
1st cons g 58 1958
A&C

I

IK

American shares partic pref...
Boston & Alb (guar N Y O)—100

234
101

f 7s 1948

ure s

138

Boston & Maine common....100

f 6s 1958

s

Debent

....

&

scrip ret No. 5 on
Vermont Vail 1st 4 34s 1940—A&O
Vicksburg Bridge & Term Co—
1st

'74

4% non-cum pref
—100
Bangor & Aroostook com
.50
5% conv preferred
100
Beecn Oreek (guar N Y„C)—50
Belgian Nat Rys Go-r-

-

Vera Cruz & Pacific RR—
1st guar 4 34 s unassented—

July 1914
July 1914

Bid

'

Vandalia RR—
Cons g

Augusta & Savannah (guar)..100
7% gu._..50
Baltimore & Ohio common.—100
Bait & Cumberland

Par

Louisville & Nashville

93

6 2.70
6 1.50

pt15 38

Un^on4

Albany & Susquehanna (gu)..100
Alleghany Corp common
..*
534% pref (with $30 warr)_100
923*534% pref (without warr)_.100
2.00%
534 % pref (with $40 warr)_100
1.00%
234% prior conv pref—
1.00% Allegheny & West (6% guar).100
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe.100
5% non-cum pref
....100
Atlanta Birm & Coast pref—100
Atlan & Char Air L (guar).—100

116
10834

.ear :j

Stocks

Lit Schuyl Nav RR &
Coal(gu) 50
Louis & Mo Riv pref (guar)..100

i

Preferred
.——50
Alabama & Vicksburg_gu
100

11234
1063*
1143*

10534

36-year 334s debs 1971—M&N
34

Ask

STOCKS
A1 Great Southern com—_—50
RAILROAD

dollars

per

$100 face amount,

b Basis.

/This includes accrued Interest,

k Last

sale.

»

Nomina)

4

«;

Investing Companies Stocks and Bonds
marked "t* and Income and defaulted bonds
preceding the date of Issue

NOTICE—All bond price* are "and interest" except where
Quotations for all securities are as near as

Stocks and Bonds

Per
12.01
4.15
95

Administered Fund 2d inc..*..
Affiliated Fuqdcom—
-125
Sec conv deb 5s 1944-47—J&J
Air Investors Inc v t c-..———*
.........

$3 convertible preferred——.

58

£2.96

2.71
3.32

Bank stock

preferred.............--.*

68c

354

10c

J

24%

65

6

American & Continental Corp—
Amer Elec Sec partic pref
-1
American European Secur———*
Coll tr 8 f 5s 1958 ser A—- J&J
6s series B 1958
—M&N
American General Corp...—.10c

26

55

preferred—.——*
$5.50 prior pref
...
*
S3

8
4

2*4

25*

4*4
25*4

64c

38
72c
17

15*
4*

Automobile Shares...

J&D

76

"9
42

20
25

18
3.49
15.21

16"27
12*4

38c
22.62

53c
24.19

13*4

Capital Administration cl A....1

7

3.85

Class B.................... *

....

35
1725
130-

Cleve Securities 4h6s «/o"l94~3- J&J
Commonwealth Investment
1

35
80

;

/

85

:

20c

1
...1

2.59

1.52

Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A..
Deposited Insur Shs. ser A....

mm

«• mm

23

25""
t.:.-

•

Equitable Invest Tr (Mass)....,
Equity Corp common....
.10c
$3 conv preferred........

-

•

No

par




value.

eEx^coupeos.

17.04
100

2*4

9*4
60
l 0*4

........

f5.50 preferred w w

10.34

•A

24".70

,234

3*4

5.69
19.25
10.71

20.42

16.50
17.26
11.70
16.48
6.05

2*4

83
80

1*4
47
115
73c

15.56
2.80

*

>eb 5Mb 1939——F&A 15
Standard utilities Inc.—
50c
State St Investment Corp......*

11.70
17

77

Sterling Securities common A—*
Common B
...——..*
$1.20 preferred... .——.——*
$3 cum conv 1st pref.—50
Suburban Elec. Securities. .....*
$4 cum 2d preferred----..—.*
Super Corp of Amer class A...2
Class AA—.................1
Class B

6.31

Nov! 19
V&

......

Class D

•":a. ..

—

....

...1
3

41*4

1.90
5.02

2.10

6% cum preferred...——*
Warrants———————

5.27

..

„.*

S 2 *4

4*4

6*4
3.24

6*4
3.34

1.27
12.08

1.40
12.99

„

Voting shares
............
New England Fund.—
-.1
New Jersey Bankers Securities..*

"2*4

1

Agricultural.......—.......
;

Insurance

Machinery ......
Metals..--———————
Oils.....———

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

•

Railroad equipment
Steel stocks.....—

Niagara Share Corp (Md)—
,
Conv deb 5*48 1950
M&N
B common—......

$6 cum preferred......
100
North American Bond Trust Gtfb
North American Invest Corp—
Collateral 4s 1951
—J&D

k

8.04
7.66
7.22
7.<6
7.94
7.53
8.42
8.62
2.03
7.54

-mm mum

-

—

Series B—.—.————1

Union Investment common.
*
Conv deb 5s 1946—..
M&S

97^*

United N Y Bank Shares 03...*
United N Y Trust Shares ser F
*

m

.—,

93
7

Wisconsin Bankshares.——*

_

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

x Ex-dividend,

75c

8.70 U S Banking Corp..————..*
8.29 U S Elec Light & Pow tr ctf A...
7.82
Trust ctfs series B...——.
8.39
Voting shares ...............
8.54 U S & Foreign Securities com..*
8.15
$6 1st preferred
*
9.11 U. S. & International Sec......*
9.32
1st pref with warrants......*
8.15 Utility Equities Corp..........5
Conv preferred
8.16
7

92

28*4

/Flat price,

70c
1.01
1.20

Trustee Standard Oil shares A..1

.

90

1

conv

Utility & Industrial Corp.——5
Convertible preferred—.7
Wellington Fund...—....—1
91*4 Sept 20 Western Reserve Investing—■
Deb 5*£s 1944
52*4
F&A

M

88

109*4

deb 1953.—.....J&J
Trusteed Amer Bank Shares B 25c
Trusteed Industry Shares..
25c
Trustee N Y Bank Shares.;..50c
Trustee Stand Invest ser C.....1
Class D..—
5s

49

National Republic Invest Trust

1.30

2*

9.89

Tri-Continental Corp.—.—*

Building supplies
Electrical equipment

18.03
101

51J

—3

39*4

5".85

33

99C

Supervised Shares........—.1
Third National Investors......1

Bank stocks—...—

33

2%
10
41

2

Class BB..——...
Class O

84*4

preferred

v

m.

16*4

'

Nov. 2
67
26.26
28.22
*4

25%

"l*4
65

Standard Amer Trust Shares—.. ~
Standard Investing Corp com..*

22.58
15.08
15.84
10.69
215.02
6.46

New York Stocks, Inc.

'

—

9.94

75

N Y Bank Trust Shares

3.55
5.25
1.20

f 27

.....

—,

2*4

68

.

70
36

21*

102,,I

Solvay Amer Corp 5 *4 % prf—100
Sovereign Invest. Inc.* com.-10c
Spanish & Gen Corp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg
—£1
Amer dep rets ord bearer...£1
Spencer Trask Fund Inc..—*

37
36

9.74

1

5s March 1 1952
M&S
Shenandoah Corp common.....1
$3 convertible preferred—.25

1A

65
32

$5 conv preferred.—

Securities Co of New Jersey—
6s series 4 Nov 1942
Securities Corp General com...*
$6 preferred.———
...»
Selected Amer Shares Inc ..—2*4
Selected Income Shares.........
Selected Industries com———*
$5.50 prior stock
*
Conv preferred- ....—5
Allotment certificates
Shawmut Association---.——*
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust—

4Kb. Marl 1942.——...M&S

m
m

20'

-

Diversified Trustee Shares

/

———-

National Trust Shares—
Remodified
....--1
Nation Wide Securities Co...25c

2.44

0 shares...................
D shares
2.50

1.32

33;

2H
2.80
41*4

...

rV 1.28

35

25

Series K-l........—...
Series K-2-.
Series S-2
Series S-4.
Larkins Warr Trust

Conv

2.65

.....

2.42

Warrants-————

2.59
Orum & Forster Lie com......10 ■4 2 0
115
8% preferred
....100
22
Crum & Forster Insursh B
10
109
7% cum preferred
,100
4.50
Cumulative Trust Shares

Dividend Shares..
25c
Domestic & Foreign Investors—
Deb 5*4s 1947F&A
Eastern Utilities InvestingCorp—
Deb 5s 1954
.Tjff&S 15
Eaton & Howard Management
Fund A-l
Economic Inv Tr Ltd 5sA'57M&N
Elec Shareholdings Corp com...
$6 conv pref with warr

*

$5.50 preferred.............1

1

Series B—......

3..
1*4

700

5% preferred ser A w w
.100
Nat Bond & Share Corp........*
National Investors............1
New common
.I

6*4
3*4

1

AA (modified)
AGO (modified)

3*4

.

65**

National Bond & Invest com...*
45

2.18
2.12
2.12

ser..

AA
Accumulative series—

4

Massachusetts Investors Trust.. 1
Mutual Investment Trust.....10

,'
'

....

;

1.15
1.18

10
Major Shares Corp............*
Maryland Fund Lie
.10c

4

Debenture 5s May 1 1942....
Continental Shares com
*

Corporate Trust shares old

20*4

*4

■

100

6% preferred
10
Corp Secure 5% notes 1935.M&

17%

Royalty——1

...

26""

SecurCorp^coin——*

5% preferred

Holdings & Inv

Series B-3

H

"W arrants

Continental

5*4
16.47
2.32

76

.......

77c

J

Keystone Custodian Fund B-2.-*

1

IS)

A

„

42""

37c

9".85
39c

t

9*
?

...F&A

Preferred-

3.48

....

1.21
1.01

4034

Internat'1 Secur Corp Amer—

Investors

Preferred

1.23
1.13
82c

*4

6*4 preferred——.—100
42
6% preferred
...100
70
Interstate Equity common..
1
1
$3 convertible pref A——*
7
Investment Bond & Share—
5s series A 1947
.......J&D
Investment Co of Amer...
10
35
Investors Fund of America—
Series O
2L41
........——1

Century Shares-Trust
.......*
Chicago Corporation
*
Convertible preferred........*
Christiana Securities com... 100

96c

7*

IK

^*

84c
84c

92c

"lK g

Preferred

Representative TrW~8~hares—-10
Republic Investors Fund
25c
Reynolds Invest 5s 1948
A&O
Common stock.....
......1
$6 preferred-..........—*
Royalties Management A......1
Schoellkopf Hutton and
Pomeroy Inc common....-10c
Second Nat Inv Corp—
:
Common..-.-..—.......1

1.23

1.13
1.03
74c
1.11

...

Deb g 6s 1946 B with war.. J&J
Insuranshares Co of Delaware
1
Insuranshares (Md) ctfs Inc
1
International

$3 cum pref series A........10
Carey Trust
..*
Cent-Illinois Securities Corp
1
$1.50 conv preferred..
*
Cent Invest Corp 4-6s *57—A&O
Central Nat Corp class A....*

.92
1.42

.

Insull Utility Invest—
Deb g 5s Jan 1949

101
Oct. 19

—A&O

Preferred.
*
Reliance Internat Corp com A 10c

1.22
■

87c

Independence Trust Shares.....*
Institutional Securities Ltd—
Bank Group Shares..........
Insurance Group Shares..—.

13*4

5s series A1959
A&O
Canadian Invest. Fund, Ltd...1
Canadian Pow & Pap Invest Ltd—
Deb 5s series A1958..
F&A

Commonwealth Secure common.*
Preferred
100
Consolidated Funds Corp cl. A.l
$5 preferred
$50 preferred
Consolidated Invest Trust com.l

1.1:
.8
1.30
1.13
76c
76c

*
———*
$7 preferred...———.—.—.*
Debenture 5s series A....1948
Huron Holding Corp..
—1
Hydro Elec Sec com..;
—*
Incorporated Investors........*

f

Nov 27

—

$6 1st preferred—
$3 2nd preferred.—

1*4

10

Railway & Util Invest A..—1

1955—-..

—

100

Class B

74

Railroad Equipment Shares
Steel Shares..........
Tobacco Shares...—....—..
Guardian Investors com
1

51

1

Quarterly Income Shares—...10c
Railway & Light Securities com.*
Conv coll tr 4*4s series "11"

15

—.

Petroleum Shares......

2

40

Boston Fund Inc
Boston Personal Prop Trust....*
British Type Investors
1
Broad St. invest Co Inc
...5
Bullock Fund Ltd—
1
Canadian Internat Inv Trust—

75

Investing shares. ————
Merchandising Shares........
Mining Shares.

92*4
6*4

'

/ 39
M

6% preferred..............50
Option warrants.
....
...
Bancamerica-Blair Corp.—....1
Bankers Nat Investing com
*
Bankers Securities Corp com—50
6% preferred
..........50
Basic Industry Shares........10

17*4

Chemical Shares.—........—
Food Shares.................

4l°A
79

5
1
49

Associated Stand. Oil Shs—>—2
Atlantic & Pac Int. com w wt—*
Preferred w w
L.50
Atlantic Secur 4**s A 1953.A&0
Atlas Corp com

*•»

2

Building Shares———

75
91*4

...

66%
•4.8
19*

4.58

4*48 1959....A&O
Group Securities, Inc—
Agricultural Shares...

23

WA
77

5% preferred w w_........100
6 % preferred ex-warr
—100

31.10

ment Corp

26
30

Associates Investment........-*

101

48*
;

Class A—..............
..*
Class B———
...*
Phoenix Sec Corp....
....—*
$3 conv pref class A........10
Plymouth Fund Inc.—......10c
Prudential Investors..........
$6 preferred—
Pub Util Investing 5s^l948.A&0
Pub Util Sec 7% preferred.—.*

100

90

Great Brit & Canada Invest¬

35
;

"6*4

100*4
28.92

-

Overseas Securities Op——.——*
Deb 5s Nov 1 19471
M&N
Deb 5s April 1 1948.....A&O
Pacific Investing Corp—
\
Deb 5s 1948 Series A.—J&J
Pacific Southern Invest pref—.*

5.13

6*4

,

Common..-....,..—
...*r
Debenture 4Ks Feb 1 1947—..
Debenture 4*4s Dec 151952...
Old Colony Trust Assoc......-*

i^lt

Gleneagles Invest 5s June

J'A

20

preferred.......25
7% preferred..——
25
8% preferred
........—25
Convertible

w

4.62
4.21

$6 preferred——..—————*
Warrants. 4..—
General Investors Trust——1
Gen'l Realty & Utilities com....1
$6 pref (with warrants)
*
German Credit & Investment—
Pref allot ctf 25% 1st

100

$2 preferred..
—
—1
$2 *4 preferred.
.........1
S3 preferred.
........—1
Amer General Equities Ins—25c
Amerex Holding Corp.........*
Amer Insuranstocks Corp......*
•Amer Investment (111)........*

15.sl

)eb 5s Feb 11952 without Warr
General Capital Corp ...— *
General Investment Corp
1

9

6*4
102 *4

25*4
26*4

25*4

X

County"TrustIIIIIIlO

Oklahoma Southern Trust—.—.;
Old Colony Invest Trust—

3.95

2454

Fundamental Investors Inc.—-2
Fundamental Trust Shares Inc—
Class A———2
Class B————————*
General American Investors...*
6 preferred w w—
—*

94*4

Deb g 5s 1953—..
F&A
Business Shares
50c
Amer Capital Corp A........ 10c

64

3.70

Common ex-warrants...—...1

65c

H

Oklahoma

60

Foundation Trust Shares ser A—1
Fourth National Investors—
Common with warrants....—1

20

PrdforrBd

9.09
7.30

Foreign Power Secur Corp—_
1st coll tr conv 6s A 1949—J&D

2*4

22*

A mar

10-year deb 3s 1946

z2.43

1953..—
.———•
1955—————————1
1956.——..
1
1958--.-1
Northwest Bancorporation
*
Oils & Industries com——.1

14

Fiscal Fund, Inc.—

Warrants...———,

Common...—....—

Class B.

46

15
63c

Units

series—.—10c

Insurance stock series..—. 10c
Fixed Trust Shares Series A...10
Series B.i.———,20

.....

share

North American Trust Shares-*-

4

19.09

Fidelity Fund, Lie—————--*
virst Boston Corp
10

Ask

Per

17.73
12*4

'M

54
■1*4

•

1

Equity Trust Shares in Amer

Bid

Par

share

3*4

Equity Shares—

4-57

43

Amer Bankstocks Corp........*
American British & Continental

$6

12.78

Stocks ana Bonds

Ask

Per

H

■

Warrants......

Bid

Par

share

il*

preferred........*

Convertible

Aldred Invest Trust (Mass)—
Deb 4*4s with com shs 1967—
Aldred Investment Corp (Can)—
Deb 4 £$8 with com shs 1968...
Alliance Investment com—
-*
Allied hit Investing Corp com..*

Stocks and Bonds

Ask

Sid

Par

possible for the closing day of the month

y Ex-stock dividend

2

13.21

103*4
4

4*4

tfc

.y
'V-V i"

Public

Utilities

(Include*street and electric railway*, gas. electric power, water. telegraph, telephone and
bridge companies.)

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

Bonds

Bid

Adriatic Electric Co (Italy)—
Extlsf 7s 1952
A&C
Ala Gas Oo 1st M 4M« 1951-F&A
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946-M&S
1st & ref 5s 1951
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956
1st & ref 4Ms 1967
1st & ref 5s 1968

Bid

75

84

104M
101 %

M&S
Calumet G & E 5 Ms B 1960-J&J

103

99
105

101

Calumet & South Chicago Ry
1st (35% prin paid) 1927 F&A

/ 52

54

J

94 M
92
'

97 M

I

l8t lien & ref 5s 1957

77%

75
70

V

J

Atlantic City Sewerage
1st s f 6s ser A 19"

85

101M

107

1st 5s 1941
Baltimore Transit Oo—

)f

77

15

If

I

Baton Rouge Electric Co—
1st mtge 5

I

Bear Mt Hud Riv Bdge

lod"
::::

Co—.

15

)

37

96

)/

9%
108%

35

96

I05M
94
104 M
104

)

9&

1st M 5s 19

157%

55

J

■}

....

100

Beauharnois Power Corp—

41

>/

79

81

>/

60
3

44

47

i

99

A&O

32

36

1st 15 Ms 1948 ser A

M&N

75

78

)

113M
118M

114M
120

Deb 6s 1938.
Amer Telep & Teleg—

J&D

8

10

1

121

122

r

us

118M

)

126M

127

>

102 %
75

102 %

Corp coll 4 Ms '53-A&O

Debenture 4Ms 1963
Amer States Public Serv—

Deb 5 Ms Nov 1 1943
Conv deb 4Ms 1939

:

25-year deb 3 Ms 1961
30-year deb 3 Ms 1966

Bell Telep Co of

M&N
J&J
A&O

112%
1055»2
100 %
100 %

J&D

102%
99%
40

40

68

:

Ana&Pot R RR-See WashRy&El
Anchorage Lt & Pow 7-5s'43 F&A
Androscoggin & Kennebec Ry—
1st 6s 1940

70

'93
84

95%
86

Berkshire Street Ry—•
1st extend 6s 1947
J& ) /
Berlin City Elect 6%a 1951--J& >/
Sink fund deb 6 Ms 1959-_F& if
Deb 6s Apr 1,1955
A& >/
Berlin Elec Elev & Underg Ryslst mtge s f 6M» 1956
Biddefora & Saco Water—

70

Binghamton

(N

Y)

35

V

Appalachian Elec Power—
M&N

105$*

Appalachian Power 5s 1941 --J&D

1st

8

f 7s 1953--

--J&J

Corp 5s series A 1957
.1.J&J
Arkansas P & L 1st 5s 1956.A&0
Ark West Gas 1st 5s w w '39. J&J
Ashl'd Home Tel 4 Ha A 1961 A&O
Ashtabula Wat, Wks 5s 1958..A&O
Assoc Elect 4Ms 1953
J&J
5s Jan 1 196r_
J&J
Associated Gas & Elec Co—
Conv deb 5 Ha 1977
Conv deb 5s 1965
Conv deb 5s 1950
Oonv deb 4 Ms 1949
Conv deb 4 Ms 1948
Cons ref deb 5s 1968

106M

72
79
24

27

25

28

97

99

100
f

9

99

99%

93

F&A
J&D
J&D
M&S

Income dab 4 Ms 1978—F&A
Income deb 4s 1978
A&O
Income deb 3 Ms 1978
M&N
Income dob 3 Ms 1978
M&S

Assoc General Utilities—
Income debs w w 5s 1956-M&N
Income deb 4s 1961
M&N
Associated Pub Utilities Corp—
1st lien 5s 1947 ser A_...__J&J
Deb 6s series A 1958

Associated Telep Co Ltd—
1st M 4s series B 1965

f

20
r

102%

37%
44 %

m
40

1st 4Ms series B 1961
Broad River Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser A

i,
J&E >
M&£

29

29%

M&S

81M

Bway & 7th Ave—See N Y Rys

29

33

30%

61

64

1

•

40

1

i

1

40

ser

3 Ms 1944—1

30

Coll trust
Coll trust

ser

3ms 1945—M&jn

29

Col

trust

ser

3ms 1946—M&N

Coll trust

ser

3 Ms 1947.-M&N
3 Ms 1948..J"

90

Coll trust

ser

88

90

Coll trust

ser

3ms 1949..P




II

77
78

1

1

i

I

1

i

1

1

i

1

i

1

i

1

I

1

i

1

1

1

1

1

»-1

I

56%

5s

34'

!3oM
1!S

31%
29%
29

1939

Co" &

64

60

81M

59
55

95M

103 %

103 %

102

98

.:

Buffalo Niagara Electric—
Gen & ref M 3 Ms ser O '67-J&

32
32
32
32

Buff & Niag Falls El L & Power
1st gold 5s 1942
F&A
Buffalo Traction
1
See
Buffalo & Lockport
f Internet

M

105

32

Burlington (Vt) G L 5s 1955—J&J
112
Butler Water 5s 1957 A
104 %
A&O
Butte El & P 1st s f 5s 1951--J&D
115
Cairo Bridge 1st inc 6 Ms '58.J&J /
—
96
Calgary Power 1st 5s 1960-.A&O
1st s f 5s 1964
94
J&D

....

99"

....

.

.

_

Ry.

117""
42M

A&O
A&O

k Last sale,

n

Nominal

106M
103 M
95M

48

101M
92 M
96 M
70 %
86M
100 %

101M
94

72""
88

4

2
2%

3%
55

42 M
41'H

44

34

37

5
9

15

97

/
/

42%

43

98

43%

/ 70
/ 69
/ 69
106

108

72

76

/ 45
80

r

102

59

/

3

/
/

6M
6M

'II

s

3%

A&O

Chicago Railways Co—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to 25% pt
red and pay Aug 1,1933—F&A
Certificates of
ser

deposit..!

/ 42M
f 42%

105M

5%
4%
4%

9
9

4M
4M
5
5

2%
2%

J&J
—J&J

Certificates of deposit...
Adjust deb 6s July, 1963—J&J
Certificate of deposit
Chicago & West Towns Rys—
inc 5s 1937

Chippewa Power 6s 1947

107

5M
4
4

/ 44 M
/ 44 M

'27..A&O
deposit

Feb, 1927
J&D
Certificates of deposit
Pur mon 4-5s Feb '27 opt-J&J
Certificates of deposit
Adj inc 4s Feb 1927 opt—May

cum

44

107

/
/
/

Series B

1st

44

106

A Feb

1st & ref OMs 1944

II

J&J

I *
/

5

ff 5h
f

H

f

7%

8M

J&D

105%

Cincinnati Gas & Electric—
1st mtge 3 Ms 1966
F&A
1st mtge 3 Ms 1967
J&D

102%

102

106

106 M

94

Oin

92

92
99

94

97
96

1st ref 6s 1947 series A....J&J
Cincinnati Street Ry—
1st m 5Ms ser A 1952....A&O
1st 6s 1955 ser B__
A&O

California-Oregon Power—
Deb gold 5 Ms 1942,.
1st mtge 4s 1966—

81

74

Certificates of deposit
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A

110

...

_

102

,105

Cons M 5s

108 %
97
80 %

105 M

■

105 M

Certificates of deposit
Chicago Rapid Transit Co—

32

91

98

Chattanooga Ry & Light—
1st & ref g 5s 1956 op '16.M&N
Ohatt Rys 1st cons 5s '56.M&N

M

28

111

75

30
30
30
30
30
30
106
106

•

90

M,

" >

91M
99 %

96 V

l

_M&S 15

M&N

V

r-86

80

C

-

:

'

J&J

Gen & adj 5s 1942
M&S
Coll trust 5s notes 1942-..M&S

Certificates of

57

83

f 52

•

107

98 M
90

f
f

60

105 M

102

91

Conv deb 5 Ha '49
F&A
Cent Public Util.(ws)inc5 Ms-1952

1st 6s series B 1961
M&N
Chic North Shore & Milw RR—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936
J&J
1st & ref os 1955 ser A..—J&J

44 %
84

106 %

Central States Edison, Inc—
1st coll inc 3-58 19&0
M&S
Central States Elec Corp—

1st & ref 5 Ms 1956

75M
82 M
27 M

103 M

101M

Cent Pow 1st 5s 1957, ser D-J&J
Cent Pow & Lt 1st 5s 1956—F&A
l ir 6
Ms series B 1951
J&D
Cent Pub Serv Corp—

.....

Sub

1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)
J&J
1st con 58 July '41
(stp)..M&N
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1

97

105M

lstsf 6s 1940
J&J
Central N Y Power Corp—
Gen mtge 3 Ms 1962
A&O
Cent Ohio L & P 1st 5s 1950-A&O
Conv sec 4 Ms 1940
J&D

Chicago City Ry—
1st 5s (15% paid) 1927—.F&A
Certificates of deposit
Chic Dist Elec Generating—
1st M 4 Ms 1970
M&S

40

35

Brooklyn Queens

106
107

95 M
101

F..J&D

f g 5s Jan 1,1927-A&O
Certificates of deposit

71
70
69
68

ICO to

63

105 M
105M

1st & gen M 3%a ser H '66.F&A
Cent Mexico Lt & Pow

Coll tr

73
72

1

/ 22
,

1st & ref 5s 1968 ser G
M&N
1st & ref 4Ms 1981 ser H„ J&D
Cent Indiana Gas 5s 1957
M&S
Central Indiana Power Oo—
1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Cent Iowa Telep 5 Ms A 1947-J&J

Central West Public Service Co—
1st 1 coll 5 Ms 1956 ser A—M&N

69

66

Chicago City & Connecting Ry

73
75
75

1

59

/ This price includes accrued interest,

V

V 78

1

70

57

i

1

1

88

66%
61%

i

1

fit

i

1

95

v

64 M

1st 4Ms 1958 series A
M&S
Chic Aurora & Elgin RR—
1st & ref 6s 1951
u—J&J

98

•

66

F&A

ser

94""

100 M

1st & ref 6s 1952
J&D
Cent Illinois Light 3 Ms '66--A&O
Central Illinois Public Service—
1st & ref 58 1 956 ser E
M&N
1st mtge

4M« 1967

87 :

85

Ohes & Pot Tel of Va 5s *43-M&N
Chester Water Service Co—

102 M

1

i

1

Coll tr series 3 Ms 1942
1
Coll trust ser 3 Ms 1943—1

Calif Water Serv 4s B 1961-M&N

* Basis.

104

lO oo

29

Cent Ills Elec & Gas Oo
1st & ref 5s 1951

5 Ms series B 1956

§ 87

101 %

,36

Central German Pow 6s *34-J&D
Cent Hud Gas & Elec Corp—
1st & ref 5s 1941
—J&D
1st & ref 3 Ms 1965
M&S

94'%
115

92

Central Gas & Elec 6s 1946.M&S
First lien coll tr 5Ms '46--J&D
Central Georgia Pow 5s '38.M&N

58 series O 1933
J&D
Charleston Cons Ry Gas & El
Consol gold 5s 1999
M&S
Charleston Transit Oo—
1st 5s 1942
*
M&S

49 %

Brooklyn Edison CoConsol mtge 3 %a
Bklyn-Manhattan 1

108

113

101

102

Athens (Ga) Ry & Electric—
1st & ref s f g 5s 1950
J&J
Atl Cons St RR—See Ga Ry & El
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947
J&D

112

106 M
104M

30
27

J&J

Certificates of deposit
/
2-yr 6% notes 1933
-A&O /
Certificates of deposit...
/

22

33

32%

50

Conv deb 6s 1941....
M&S /
Certificates of deposit
/
Conv deb 5Ha 1944 ser O.M&N f

1955

s

101

105

;

63

Central Elec of N J 5s 1940.-J&J
Cent El & Tel 1st 5s scr A '55 J&J

Cent Telep (Del) 6s 1938-- .M&N
Cent Vermont Public Serv Corp
1st mtge 3 Ms ser B 1966—F&A

109 M
110

101 %
101

M&N

Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942A&O /
Certificates of deposit
f

106M

121

Associated Telep & Teleg Co—
Deb 5 Ks 1955 ser A
M&N

Gen mtge 4Ha

r

Branderfburg
Extl 1st

99

103

94

Cent States Pow & Lt Corp—
1st M & 1st lien 5 Ms 1953. J&J
Debenture 5s 1944
J&J
Cent States Utilities 6s 1938-J&J

103

IIH
83

74 M

113

Conv deb 5s 1948
Deb 5Ms 1954

101 %

Deb g 4%s Nov 1,1941..
Deb g 58 Dec 1942

80

-

91
Blue Lakes Water 6s '38—
Bolivian Power 8s ser A *45
Boston Elevated Ry—

40

8 f inc deb 4-5s D 1986—M&S
Associated Gas & Elec Corp—

Conv deb 4 Ms 1973
Conv deb 4s 1973

-

87M

86%
92%

l°±.

108M
v

33

1940....-M&S
M&S

103""

103 M

81

8 f inc deb 4s D 1983
M&S
8 f inc deb 5 M-6 Ha A. 1986 F&A
8 fine deb 56s B 1986-—M&S
8 f inc deb 4 H~5 Ha O '86.M&N

ww

59
81

103 M
101 %

74

8 f inc deb 5s 13 1983
M&S
8 f inc deb 4 Ha O 1983—M&S

88 ex-warrants 1940
Conv deb 5Ms 1973.
Conv deb 5s 1973

*

,

102

M&N
F&A

J&J
M&S

....

73

108

37

A&O

20

ill

112

F&A

Cons ref deb 4 Ha 1958--.M&N
Conv invest ctfs 5 Ha
M&N
8 fine deb 5 Ms A 1983—F&A

8-year 8%

106

111M

J&J

Ardmore St Ry—See Phila Co
Arizona Ed 1st 5s 1948-....J&J
1st 6s 1945
...A&O
Income 5s 1960
J&J
Income 6s 1960
A&O
Arizona Power 5s 1950
F&A

Ark Louisiana Gas 4s 1951..J&J
Ark & Mo Pow 1st 6s 1953.-J&J
Deb 6Ms 1935-->u
M&N

23

23

100 M

?

Birmingham Gas 1st 5s '59.1
6% notes extended 1938
Birmingham Water Works Co—

40

....'

73

Cedar Rap Mfg & P 5s '53.. .J&J
Cent Ark Pub Serv
Corp—
1st & colltr 5s 1948 ser A—F&A

Central Kansas Pr 6s 1946—M&S
Cent Maine Pr 5s '39 op '19.M&N
1st & gen 4s ser G 1960
A&O

Gas

46

1st & ref 4ha 1950
F&A
Arkansas El & Wat 6s 1944-F&A

34
26

100 M

M&S

Deb gold 6s 2024

80

28
25
20%
20%

A& if
1

Androscoggin W Pow 6s *45-F&A
m& ref 5s 1956

6M
101

Pennsylvania—

113%
100%
100M

1

Deb 6 His 1941
M&N
Amer Util Service 6s 1964--M&N
Amer Water Works & Electric—
Deb 6s 1975 ser A
M&N
Deb 58 1 975 ser B
J&D

61

Bell Telephone of Canada3

American Toll Bridge—
SMsser A, B &~C 1938 ...F&A
5Ms series D, 1945
F&A
Amer Utilities 1st 6s 1945
J&D

■2

:

62

Carolina P & L 1st 5s 1956—A&O
r
.

8,.
106 %

96

93

>

6 Ms

Canadian West Telep 5M8 '56J&J
Cape & Vine'd El 4s A '65
J&J
Capital Traction (Wash, D O)—
1st g 5s June 1, 1947
J&D

28

90

)

50*

20

103M,
103 %

100 '•

1951
-M&S
Canadian Utilities Ltd—
1st mtge 5s ser A 1955—M&S

25

24%

\ f 27

Bangor Gas Light 5s 1941—j
Bangor Hydro Electric—

1934-J&J

•,

101M
103

—

Term

19

39

102

)

106M

i?

_

105%

79

14%

Amer G & E deb 5s 2028
M&N
Am Gas & Pow deb 3-5s '53 F&A
Secured deb 3.60-6s 1953..J&D
Am Pow & L deb 6s 2016.„M&S
Amer Rys

1st 4 Ms 1960—
A&O
Camden & Sub Ry—See P S Corp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5s '53-M&N
Canadian L & P 5s '49 op '14 J&J
Canadian Rail & Harbor—

'

.

.

Camden & Rockland Water—

75

3

94

1%

M&S

78

98

•

>

-1

■■

%

Certificates of deposits

Ask
*|( «

J

Deb 5s series B 1975—...

Conv deb 6s 1940
M&S
Am Community Power 5 Ms 1953
5 Ms Certificates of deposit 1953
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s '67 M&S15
Amer & Foreign Power Oo—

4

3

■

92

:

•

Y

"

Allegheny Gas Corp 6 Ms ctfs '43 / 26
Alliance Power 1st 6s 1952._M&S /
75
Alton Water 5s 1956
A&O
104M
Altoona & Logan Val Elec Ry—
1st coll 4s Jan 1 1954....-J&J ,,i 72
Amarlllo Gas 6s
1939
96
Amer Commonwealths Power
Deb g 6s 1952 ser A
F&A
Deb g 5 Ms 1953
M&N

>.

82

77

;'V

Bid
'

.80

■

J&D

Bonds
Calif Water & Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1965

101

•

80
100 M
93 M

M&S

Ask

1

Ytlanta Nor Ry-

M&N ,'v 90

Alabama Water Service Co—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&J

Deb g 5s 2030
Amer fuel & Pow 7s

Bonds

Ask

101M

M

Newport & Gov L & T—
96
89
90

98
vtv:,

96 M

UTILITY BONDS.

PUBLIC

74

bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f"
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

NOTICE—All

Bid

Bonds

Deb

g 5s Apr
Deb g 5s 1963
Deb 5s 1969

«

A&O

1958

—M&N
M&S
J&D

Oonv deb 5s 1950

63

88

59 M
57 M
60M

59

92 K

90

100M

53 M
54 M

55

„

56

Citizens Independent Telephone
102
1st mtges f 4Msser A '61--J&J
Citizens Utilities Oo—
Income notes 3s 1955
F&A / 26 M

103 M
28 M

Citizens Water

(Scottdale)—
6s series A 1953—
J&J

57

1st
Citizens Water (Washington. Pa)

102
5 Ms series A 1951
J&J
103
5s series B 1951J&J
City Gas & Elec 1st 6 Ms '51-J&J /
City Light & Traction (Sedalia,
66
Mo) 1st s f 5s 1952
J&D
City & Sub PS—See Un RyB of St L
City & Sub Ry—See Wash Ry & El

City of New Castle Water—

.62
103
104

-

69

101

5b 1941
J&D
City Water (Ohattanooga)—
101
1st M 5s 1954 sesies B
J&D
104M
1st M 5s 1957 series C—M&N
Olarksbury-Oolumbus
Short Route Bdge 6 Ms '52-J&D /
31
Clear Springs Water Serv—
1st 5s ser A 1958
M&S ;.y,; 98 /

Cleve Southw
Gen &

con

110M

Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—
Deb g 5s 1952
M&N
Deb g 5s 1952
A&G 15
Deb 5s Jan 15. 1961
J&J 15
Columbia River Longview Bridge

Columbus

•;

A&O f

6 Ms stamped 1953

45""
.98

93
91

90 M

A

9

.

Columbus Ry Pow & Light—
1st mtge & coll tr 4s 1965.M&N

Gen & ref

106

105 M

Commonwealth-Edison Co—
J&J

112M

ser B
J&D
1st M col 4Mb 1956 ser C.A&O
1st M col 4Ms J957 ser D.J&J

112M
111M
lll'M
107 M

1st M 5s 1953
1st M col 5s 1954

1st M 4s 1981 ser F
M&S
1st M 3 %b ser H 1965--A&O

105M

Oom'w'lth El 5s June 1 *43-M&S
an
Commonwealth Gas Corp—
38
Non-cum inc deb 6s (w s) 1948. f
19
Non-cum inc deb 6s (x s) 1948- f

Commonwealth Lt & Power—
Ref & unif 7s 1962
J&J
Oom'w'lth Tel (Pa) 5Ms *45 M&N
Oom'w'lth Tel(Wis)4s serA 1M&S

Community Power & Light Co—
Col M 5s 1957
M&S
Community Pub Ser 5s 1960-J&J
Community Teleph 5s Jan 1 1949 /
Community Water Service Co—
Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
J&D

Deb g 5Hs 1946 ser B..-M&S
Conestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950--J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn cons 4s '48 J&J
Connecticut Light & Power—

113

112

<,

——

7 40

21

32

102

1st gold 5s 1950
Dom Elec Pow 5Ms

61

77 M

80 M
85

79M

113 M

•

.6

2M

1M

M

20-yr s f 6 Ms 1948
—A&O
Duluth-Superior
Transit—
1st 5s 1953 ws
M&S

/ 20 M

/ 44

50

85

95

Dumbarton B'ge 6Ms to '49-J&J

68

76

10

15

62

63

59

61

Gas Corp— '
1st conv 6sctfs. 1945
M&S15
Duquesne Light—See Phila Co
Duquesno Nat Gas 7s 1948. .J&J
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co
Durham Pub Ser 7s A *49--A&O
Durham Trac 1st 5s 1941 ...M&S
East Coast Pub Serv 4s 1948 F&A

30M

40M

East

/ 29
61

65

95

98

57"

^

1st & ref

s

f 7s '51

ser

A..M&N

1st & ref M 3 Ms ser F '66.M&S
1st & ref M 3 Ms ser G '66-J&D

25-year deb 3Ms 1956—-M&S
Conn Ltg & Pow 5s '39--.--J&J
Connecticut Power—
1st & coll trust 5s

Conn Ry &

1956-_.J&J

126

125

106M
102 H
102 M

107

Conn Riv Pow 3
ser A'61 F&A
Connellsv Wat 5s Oct 2 '39_A&O
Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lien 5s

Oonsol

1962

Edison

Co

stamped._J&J
N

of

"

104
103 H

44

41

Ref mtge sfSMs 1971 .—J&D
Cons Gas (NY) deb 4 Ms *51 J&D
Oonsol Gas Utilities Co—
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A.J&D
6s stamped 1943
J&D
_

Corp

6% notes, 1940

A&O

Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper
Wuerttemburg 1st 7s '56-J&J

120M
1103 M
107
65
60 M

95

-

Oonsum L H & P Co (Eliz, N J)—
5s 1938J
J&D
Consumers Nat Gas 6s '44.M&N
Consumers Power Co—
-

1st mtge 3 Ms 1965

__M&N

1st mtge 3 Ms 1965
M&N
1st mtge 3Ms 1970--—M&N
1st mtge 3Ms 1966—L___M&N
Consum's Water 1st 6s A *46 M&N
Deb 5Ms series A 1970.-_A&0
Contln Gas & El deb 5s 1958 F&A

colltr 7s 1958
Adjt 6s due July 1958

J&J
A&O

Eastern Minn Pow 5 Ms 1951 M&S

122

Eastern Oregon Lt

103M
107 M
70 M
:/61/:'
loo

65
80

78

25

95

95
100

101M

Edison Sault Elec 4Ms,

1. '65.J&J

1961 A&O

Electric Ferries 7s (w-s) '41.A&0
Elec & Peoples.
See Phila R T

Pow

(Germany)-—
M&S
6Ms 1953—A&O
Electric P & L Deb 5s 2030-F&A

Electric

93

H
46 M

IU
48

104
103 M
99 M
74

107 M
104 M
103 M
100M
•77
40

78M

-

Eliz Plainf & Cent J1
Eliz

&

Eliz &

Raritan
Trenton

98 M

97

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

-J&J
J&D

x w

Grand Rapids Gas L
Grand Rapids Ry 1st

5s '39.F&A
7s *39.M&N
Great Cons Elec Pow (Japan)—
1st M 7s 1944
F&A
1st & gen 6 Ms 1950
J&J

7

—

88
115
102 M
100 M
100 M
80

92

P
76
113
99

86
68

102
102

/ 28M
104

/ 12 M
71
;

~4*

Great Lakes Power Ltd—

M&S

1st s f 4Ms 1956
Great Lakes Utilities Co—

93
52

107

Green

Bay & Miss Canal—
1st & ref 4Mb 1953
M&S
Mountain Power Corp—
1st mtge 5s 1948
— —F&A

Greenwich Wat & Gas System
Col tr 5s 1952 series A
.A&O
-

Gulf Public Service Co—

F&A

7/

1st mtge 6s 1945
Gulf States Utilities Co—

101

A&O

101M
92
92
103
80

101M
89

100 M
101M
107
105

B.J&J

108

J&J

100

1977

5Ms Juno 15,

95

96

5s secured notes 1938

95
105
106 M

106 %

97 M
100

99

102

ser

Hamburg (Germany) Elec Co
f 26
Extl g s f deb 7s 1935. --M&N
Hamburg (Germany) ElevUndergound & St Rys 5Ms'38 _J&D /21M
f 46
Hamilton Gas 6KsAw w'37 J&D
107
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970—M&N
Havana Elec Ry 5s 1952
F&A / 24
M
/
5Ms(Sept'31 eouponP51_M&S
Hempstead & Oyster Bay—
93
Water 6% July 1 seriallyHest Man & Fair Pass Ry—See P hil R
Home Tel & Tel (Ft Wayne)
104 H
1st 6s series A 1943
J&J
103 M
1st 5 Ms series B 1955
A&O
75
Houston Elec 1st 6s B 1950-J&D
90
Houston Gas Securs 5s 1952-M&S
—

—

/ 21
/ 21
67 H

24
24

68 M

.

78
93

Houston Gulf Gas—

104 M

1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A

106M
i

i

97

Gen&ref 5s June 15*77 A J&D15

j

79
47 M

84

Ry Co-

1st guar 5s '54 op '90.

;;

99

See

Corp
Elmira Water, Light & RR—
1st & con g 5s 1956-..—
M&S

f This price includes accrued interest,

Georgetown Gas Lt 1st 5s'61 F&A
Ga-Caro Pow 1st s f 5s '52--J&J
Georgia Power 1st 5s 1967.-M&S
Georgia Power & Light Co—
1st mtge 5s 1978..
J&D
Georgia Ry & Elec—
Atlanta Cons St 5s 1939.-J&J

98

Riv 1 Public Serv

RR

0*55-A&O

1966—A&O
10-year 4 Mb deb 1946
A&O
Hackensack Wat 4s'52 op'12 J&J

Corp

lstsf 6 Ms 1950

1st sink fund

107

1st mtge & coll 6 Ms

Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968.....A&O

31

Ed E. Ill(Bkn)See Kings Co EL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y)—See N Y G

90

Conv deb 5 Ms 1939
General Public Utilities—
1st M coll tr 6 Mb ser A'56_A&0

Gulf Coast Water 1st 5s "48.

78

f

m

/
/ 42

J&J
J&J

A&O
Guilford-Chester Water5s '39 J&J

Edison Elec Ilium of Boston—
3 Ms 1st M s f July

A&O

Col tr 5s 1952 series B

78

& Power-

'/V-




60

r

-m

Green

70
:

V

98

Corp—

1st M & ref Is ser O

5Mbseries A 1951—
M&S
5s series B 1953
_J&J
Eastern Shore Pub Service Co
1st m 5Ms 1947ser A._
M&S
1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S
Easton Consol El 5s 1949 -M&N
Economy Lt & lb" (111) 5s '56. J&D

31

20 M

Continental Pub Serv 6s *40-J&D

b Basis.

72 M

98 M

Ref 6s series E Jan 1 1948. A&O
1st mtge

6s 1941-J&D 15

1st lien coll tr 5 Ms 1942—M&N
Northern Power—
1st 5s stamped 1950
__F&A

Eastern Michigan Rys—

43 M
108 5/8

Oonsol

Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp
Consolidated Water of Utica—
1st 4 Ms 1958
M&N
1st M 5s 1958
M&N

71M

/ 50

1.00%
1.75%
2.00%
2.25%

Great

101

Ref *m 5s 1948 B_
J&J
Ref 6s Jan 1948ser C..M&S 15
Ref 6s series D Jan 1 1948.A&O

43

42

—

104 %
104M

42M

107

-

f 5s 1964 M&N

Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
Ref m 4Mb 1948 A
^.J&J

68

101'

100 H

100M

Eastern Lt & Pow

s

20 M
100

J&J
D

ser

Debenture gold

'

F&A

1942.

5s 1960

105 M

66

F&A

-

m

97

95

Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc-*lst m & coll tr 4s A 1956.M&S
Eastern Iowa Pow 6MS 1943.M&S

5

99

Oonsol Gas of Bait 5s 1939-.J&J
Gen g 4Mb Apr 1954
A&O
Consol Gas Elec Lt & P (Bait)—

Collaterals 1957-

1st mtge 6s

&

105

104

E St L & Interurb Wat 5s '42 J&J

Y—

Debenture 3 Ms 1946
A&O
Debenture 3 Ms 1956
A&O
Consol Elec & Gas 6s 1962 .M&N
6s series B 1962
F&A

/ 63
/ 85

J&D

East Prussian Pow 6s '53

126

124
107

—

103M
103 M

1st

-J&J

1951

Utilities—

A—F&A
7% 1932 ctfs of dep.
J&J
East Jersey St Ry 5s 1944._M&N
E. Kootenay Pow 1st 7s '42-A&0

102 M

Stamped guaranteed opt__J&J

Lt 4Mb

Coast

1.50

b 2.50

J&D

Deb 6s 1941 series B
General Public Service
Conv deb 5s 1953

Atlanta Northern

1st coll 5Ms ctfs 1937

101

b

Gandy Bridge (Tampa)
" c'
1st mtge s f 5 Ms 1957
A&O
Gary Elec & Gas Co—
1st lien coll 5s x-w 1944—J&J
58 with warrants 1944--J&J
Gary Rys Oo 6 Ms ser A 1945 F&A
Gary Street Ry 1st 5s 1937.-A&O
Gas Co of New Mex 6 Ms '44 M&S
Gas & El of Bergen Co 5s '49- J&D
Gen 5s Nov 1,1954
M&N

Gesfurel 6s 1953

104

53

95

-97

General Water Wks & El Corp—
1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A.J&D

Duquesne

67

99

1938--A&O

90

.

74"

85"

98

Express—

trust 5Ms to

87M

7

70M

Galveston-Houston Elec Ry—
1st M s f g 5s 1954 opt——A&O

Dominion Gas & El 6 Ms '45.J&J
Dortmund Munic Util (Germany)

94 M

86 M

trust 4Mb to 1941--F&A
6 2.75
trust 4Ms to 1943--M&S
trust 4s to 1946
M&S 6 3.00
50
Galv-Houston Co inc 6s '55.J&D

96

80

83

Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '54—J&J
Florida Public Service Co—
1st 4s series C 1955
.-J&J
Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945—A&O
Fontana Un Wat 6s 1935--J&J

6

93 H

/ 25

66M

109M

1955..-M&S

60

59M

105

/

96" "
100
89

95

.

M&S

Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956

J&J

96

98

33

102

f i3/8

105
23

63

International

Certificates of deposit
Det & Pt Huron Shore Line—

23""

/ 20
*

31c

17

4M

130

Federal Water Service Corp—
Conv deb 5 Ms 1954
M&N

105

.

61

109

St & Pleasant Valley
Ry 5s Mayl '42
J&J

Equip
Equip
Equip
Equip

109

'66M&S

102 M

52

Light & Traction—

Fruit Growers'

104

F 1965. A&O

ser

101

Sinking fund debs 5s 1946-J&D

108 H

101M

Bridge—
1st mtge s f 6 Ms 1952
F&A
Certificates of deposit
S f deb g 78 1952
F&A

113M

112
107 M
106 M

M 4s

Gen & ref M 3 Ms ser G

Detroit

105

Florida Power Corp—
1st mtge 4s series C 1966.-J&D

85

112M
109M

87 M

103

Federated Utilities Inc—
1st lien col tr 5 Ms 1957

102 M

104 M

Gen & ref 5s

108

,

95 M

Pass

m

/ 33
/ 33
/
2H
f
2 X
78 M

Gen & ref 4Mb 1961 ser D.F&A
ser E 1952—A&O

105

86

95M

Federal

/ 16

M&N

107

M&S

Debenture 6s 1954 ser B._ J&D
Fed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1.1965-.

104

M&N

J&D

5s 1952

Stamped
M&S
1st lien g 6s 1942 stpd—M&S

83
100

m

1st 5s (Amer series) 1942.M&S ,
1st 5s (Internatser) 1942—M&S k

63

45

108 M
108

Detroit City Gas Co—
N
1st mtge 6s 1947 series A—J&J
1st mtge 5s 1950 series B._ A&O
Detroit Edison—
/

105M

Federal

105M

/

5s, 1966

7

_

107M

Convs f deb 6Ms 1948.--M&N
Certificates of deposit
4st

7

103

:

Erie & Suburban Ry 5s 1941 A&O f
20
106 M
Fall River Elec Lt 5s 1945—J&J

40

mtge 5s 1956
M&S
Des Moines Ry 1st »nc 5s Jan 1 '55
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—

96 M

102

99

101M

A 1951--J&D

Empire Gas & Electric Co—
Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952.-J&D
Empire Gas & Elec and Empire
Coke jt 1st & ref 5s*41 opt .M&S
Ercole Marelli El Mfg Co (Italy)
1st s f 6 Mb 1953 witn war M&N
Equit G & E Utica 5s 1942.A&0
Erie Co Electric 6s 1959
J&J
Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954
A&O
Erie Ltg 1st m 5s 1967
A&O

105M

'49—M&N

1st mtge 8 f 6s 1953
Certificates of deposit

93 M
85

1st & ref

103 M

M&N
Stamped as to Pa tax
Denver Tramway Corp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A—-J&J
1st cons mtge 6s 1943
A&O

ser

Conv deb 4Ms 1946
Empire District Elec Co—

106 H

1st

(Ga) Elec & Power—

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser B_„ M&N

(

Denv Gas & El 1st g 5s
1st & ref 5s 1951

Des Moines Gas Co—

95
Colorado Cent Pow 5Ms '46.J&D
106M
Colorado Power 1st 5s '53--M&N
Colo Utilities 1st 6s 1988--_M&S /
46 M

40

101M

-

40

98 M

96 M

f 30

1st mtge g 4 Ms 1969
J&J
1st mtge g 4M8 1969
J&J
Delaware Vail Util 6s 1952-M&N

105

J&D

s

95M

101 v
J&J
100 I
.—.A&O
102 M
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941
A&O
Dallas Power & Light—
104 M
1st mtge 3 Ms 1967
F&A
61
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s 1951-J&J
104 M
Danbury & Beth Gas 6s 1948 F&A
42
Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J
Darby Med & Ches Ry—See Phlla R Tr
101
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951—J&J
Dayton Power & Light— vjcvcc
106
1st & ref M 3 Ms 1960
A&O

4

M&S

f 4s series B 1965
Colonial Util 5 Ms 1.958
1st

93

95

1st mtge 5s 1966
General 5s 1966

99 M

Clinton (LOW W 1st 5s 1939F&A
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—

36

90
•

1st mtge 3Ms 1966
A&O
Cumberland Gas 6s w-s 1948M&N
Cumberland Valley Telephone—

101M

M&S f

89"

/ 33

Delaware Elec Power Co—
Deb 5 Ms 1959.
—-J&J
Delaware Power & Light Co—
1st M 4Mb 1971-—J&J

109 H

_

J&J

58 1950 ser A..

1st mtge 4 Ms

105M
80-

Coll inc 6s B Oct 1 .1954—J&D
Cuban Telep conv 5s 1951—-J&J
1st lien & ref 7 Ms 1941--M&S
Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—

Ry & Light—

5s 1954

82 M
87"
103 M

County Gas of Dallas 5s *46 A&O
bounty Gas (N J) 5s Jan 1 .1952.
Public Service Co—

>

m

_

El Paso Nat Gas—

101M

Crescent

*

Cleveland Elec Ilium—
Gen mtge 3 Ms July 1. '65.J&J
Cleveland Ry 1st 5s A 1945-M&S

1st

62

60

100

_

99 M

El Paso El Co—

92

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Continental

Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948- -M&N

Oltles Service Gas Oo—
1st M pipe line 5 Mb 1942-M&N
Oltles Service Gas Pipe Line Oo—
1st M 6s 1943
J&J
Oltles Service Power & Light—
Deb 5 Ms 1952
M&N
Deb 5Ms 1949
J&D
„

Bonds

Telep 5s 1953--F&A
hooper RivBri'ge Inc 1st 6s*58M&N
'Copenhagen Telephone Co—
Extls f 5s Feb 15,1954.F&A 15
Jopper DtstPow4Ms 1956--J&D

Ask

61M
58 M
56 M
59 M
58 M

Oltles Serv deb 5s Jan '66—M&8

and income and defaulted bonds
month preceding the date of issue

Deb 6 Ms 1943 with war

_A&0

A&O

96

95M

uy*97

DEC., 1937]

UTTIJTY

PITRLTC

BONDS

75

NOTICE—AH

bond prices are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue

Bonds

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Houston Light A Power

1st mtge 3 Hs 1966

„

Houston Natural Gas Corp—

1st

_

m

J&D

100

1st 6s March 1 1950
J&J
Illinois Bell Tel 3 %s B 70- .A&O
Illinois Commercial Telep—
1st 5s series A 1948
M&S

1st mtge 5s 1960

ser

103

101

....

103 %
99

....

95
107

104X

99%

99 %

119

99X

96
96

64

100%
105%

85

86%

87
90%
76%

93 %

78

101%
73

108 X
81%

78
111%
106

107%
115

95

ern Traction 1st 6s 1948..F&A
Indianapolis Gas 5s 1952...A&O f
Indianapolis Power & Light—
_

A......J&J

58
57

59

15

21

90

93

58

1st M 5s 1961 series G

45

40
46X

50

55

52

i-VvJ

1st mtge 3X8 1966
J&J
100 X
Indianapolis W W Sec Co—
ft
Secured 5s 1958
..J&J
85
Inland Gas 6%s 1938
F&A / 46
Certificates of deposit
/

Sinking fund deb 7s 1938.F&A /
Inland Pow & L s f 6s *36 A.M&S /
Colltr s f 6s 1941 ser B...M&N /
Coll tr 6s 1957 ser C
A&O /
Debsf 7s 1935
J&D /

12

14%
14%
14%
--—

/
M&S /

85

57

57%

55%
19%

20%

55

60

'mmm*

A&O /

Intercontinents Power Co—
Debs A 6s 1948
J&D /
International Hydro-Elec System

6X%

61

5%

4%

50

86

90

99

Internat Ry ref 5s '62 op.M&N

44

100
48

International Telep & Teleg—
Deb g 4%s 1952
.J&J
Conv deb 4%« 1939
J&J

55

56
56

56
85

59%

60%

55

55"

52

44%
30

....

80

91

70

X
94
88

46

97

76

79
115X

U4X

1st mtge 4s ser E 1955
J&D
102
Iowa-Ill Telep 2-5 Xb 1949.-A&O /
50
Iowa-Nebraska Lt & Power—
1st lien & ref 5s '57 ser A..M&N
96
lstl&ref 5s 1961 ser B...M&S
95%

14

*

'

97

96%

106
99

79

1st mtge 5%s 1959

M&S

102

Debenture 6s 1960

M&N

85




6s coll notes

ser

t Called Jan

s

f 7s 1948

97

Manchester Terminal—
1st sf 6%s serA 1941—.A&O

113%

116

104

100%

104%
100%

108%

109%

Gen s f 7s ww 1941
Manhattan Ry con 4s g

77

32

..A&O

'90.-A&O
dep.

Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of

2d gold 4s 2013
Manila Elec RR &

J&D

753

1st M
1st M

82

/ 5
/ 29
/ 26%
/ 14%

32
30

18%

y

99
80

15-year

s

J&D

f 7s 1941

/ 21

Marion-Reserve Power—

1st mtge 4%s 1952
Maritime Tel & Tel—

A&O

98%

.

Ref & gen 6-4 %s ser B 1966 J&J
Ref & gen 4s series C 1967.J&J

IMu
89

Market

79%
*79%
79%
102

93

ft

"

94

94

96

85%

85

A&O

104
102

ser

A

85

3-5s series A1945

Ann April

83
84

A&O

3-5s series B1945

§7""'

82%

Maysville P Serv 5 %s A 1942A&0
Memphis Power & Light Co—
1st & ref 5s 1948 ser A__._ J&J
1st & ref 4%s 1978 ser O
A&O
Memphis Street Ry—

Meridionals Electric Co—
1st 8 f 7s 1957 ser A

150

103%

84

Ry (San Francisco)

1st s f 7s 1940 ser A Q Jan..
Maryland Light & Power—
1st M 5%s 1950 ser A
J&J
S f deb 5s 1949

97%

92

lOi""

Massillon El & Gas 1st 5s '56.J&J

97

95%

99

Mass Utilities Associates—

95
106

70

111

Market Street El Pass Ry—
See Phila Rapid Transit
■

48

f

ft.

50

10

A&O

61

64

1st M 4%s 1968 ser D
M&S
1st M 4s 1971 ser E._.__M&N

107

108

103%
103%

104

106% Metropolitan Edison Co—
109

107%
'

101

109%

r;'— J.'im'L-

83
89

86

91%

104
23

19
1
91%

ft! 3
92%

1st mtge 4s ser G 1965
M&N
Metrop Edison Corp 6s '61-M&S
Metro Wat Sewer—See Fgn bds
Metropolitan West Side "L"—
1st gold 4s 1938
.;
F&A
Ext<m gold 4s 1938
J&J
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s '42.J&J
Mex Lt & Pow 1st 5s '40 sf__F&A
Mexican Utilities 7s 1939

A&O

65%
64%

66

Miami Bridge—
Income deb 6s (w-s) Mar 1952-

66
56

104%

70

/

7%

8

SH

1.33-ft
33

36
35
52

/ 48

Michigan Associated Telep Co—

50

56

50

102%

101%
103

102%
103

65*

72

93%

110*
104

•

—J--

101%

46

A&O

Mich Fuel & Lt 6s A 1950—J&D
M ichigan Gas & E lec Co—
1st & ref 6s 1943_i
M&S
1st M 5s 1956—
J&D

.

102

....

f 52

1st M 5s 1961

Michigan Public Service Co—
1 st g 5s 1947 ser A......i.A&O
Middle States Telep 6s A '47 .J&J
Middle States Util 6s A 1951;A&0
Middlesex & Boston St Ry—
1st and ref mtge 5%s 1942. J&J
Middlesex Elec Lt Pow 5s '55 J&J
Middlesex Water 5%s 1957.A&O
Middlesex & Somerset Trac—
5s 1950.
J&J

102%

93

94

83
,

87%
97%

85 i:
88%

62%
94
115

104%

'■31

Middle Western Tel 6s 1943-J&J

71

Midland Util deh 6s 1938—M&S

100%

f 29
98
97

99%

92%

94

101%
97%

102

98%

99

37

38

75%

77

103

Milwaukee Gas Light Co—
1st M 4%s 1967.
—M&S

101

96

97%

93%
99%

96.

Minneapolis Gas Light Co—
1st mtge 4s 1950
J&D
Minnesota Nor Pr jt 6s 1944 A&O
Minnesota Power & Light Co—

77

1st & ref 5s 1955....
J&D
1st & ref 4%s 1978—-M&N

70

80

105%
102

100%

101
100

J&D

J&D

26
7

/ 72
/ 78

f 5%s '51 ser A

f 5%s 1952 ser B..J&J

'

12

25

J&J

s
s

MilwauketfElec Ry & Light—
1st & ref 5s 1961 ser B
J&D
1st M 5s 1971
J&J

Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958

'

72

71

Long Beach Gas 1st 5s '56
J&D
Long Island Lighting—
Secured g 6s 1945
J&J
Conv deb g 5%s '52 ser A.A&O
Long Island Water 5%s '55 M&N

92

105%
/ft 9 ft.;

M&S

70

Lombard Elec Co (Italy)—
1st extl 78 1952

101

100%

89

Ltg Corp—

1st lien & colltr 5S

1st extend 4s 1945
J&D
Ref & impt g 5s I960-.—J&D

Pub Serv 5s 1939—-J&J
Little Rock Ry & El 6s '38
A&O
Lockhart Power 4%s 1955--J&D

106

100%
99%

Mannheim & Palatinate Elec Cos

con g

J&D

106%
113

Manitoba Power Co Ltd—

9%

104

*

93

/ 21

M&S
J&J

95%

71

98

90

M&N

28%

78%
78%
78%
100%

B 1942-_r»'&A

6s '33 J&J
Gen gold 5s Feb 1. 1933—F&A
Lake Sh Gas 1st 5%s 1950--M&N
Lake Superior Dist Pow—
1st mtge 3 %s ser A 1966--A&O
Lancaster Co Ry & Lt 5s 1951J&J
Lawrence (Mass) Gas & Elec—
1st M 4%s 1940 ser B
F&A
Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A...
F&A
Lehigh Valley Transit—

1st M

26%

36%

101%

96%

MacLaren-Que Pow 5%s Febl'61
\
5%s series B 1964
M&S
Macon Gas 1st mtge 4%s '52. J&D
Macon Ry & Light 1st 5s '53. J&J
Madison Rys 1st g 5s 1936
M&N

ft

Telep 5%s 1948.-J&J

Lincoln

.

Called Jan. 1 at 100.

103%
112%

32

1942.^g®tA

Lexington Wat ref 5%s 1940.F&A
LexingtonWat PowColst5s'68J&J
Conv deb 5%s 1953
J&J
Lincoln Gas & Elec 5s 1941. -J&D

91

44

*

A

Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952.-F&A

1st M 5s 1961
A&O
Interstate Tel & Tel 5 Xb 1953J&J

Iowa Pow & Lt 1st 4 Xb 1958 M&S
Iowa Pub Serv 1st 5s 1957..J&D
Deb 5s 1968
M&S

ser

Leipzig Overland Power—
Lewiston Gas Lt 3%s C '56.A&O
Lex (Ky) Ry—See Ky Tr & Term
Lexington (Ky) Tel—
1st M 6s ww 1944
M&S

93

68%

6s coll notes

100

Luneburg Pow L & W W(Germ'y)

1st extend 5s 1945

44

29

Investors Telephone 3s 1961. J&J
Iowa Electric Co—
1st 4s ser A 1961
J&J
Iowa El Lt & Pr 7s ser O '42.F&A

-

101%
109%

B—A&O

98
65

lstsf g6%8 1944
F&A
Lower St Lawrence Power—
1st s f 5s ser A 1955
A&O

lst&ref 6s 1954
Debenture 7s 1944.

103 X

_

Lake Sh Elec 1st

84

/

ser

M&S
—F&A

Luzerne Co (Pa) Gas & Elec—
1st ref&imp g 5s'48 op'13 A&O

14
■•ft3

1st & ref 5%s ser B 1949.-M&S
1st & ref 6s ser C 1952
M&N

56

Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
Buff & Lock 1st g 5s 1938.. J&J

Deb 5s 1955.
I
_F&A
Int-State Bridge 4-6 Xs '50 M&N /
Interstate Gas & El 6s 1951.-J&D
Interstate Power 1st 5s '57
J&J
Deb gold 6s 1952
J&J
Interstate P S (Ark) 6s 1940 M&S
Interstate Pub Serv Co—

1951

La Crosse

45
50

F&A

104 ^
103%

104%
103

Lake Erie Pow & Lt 6s 1946-A&O

bonds 1955ser C J&D
Sec 7s 1957 ser E
F&A
Sec 7s 19528erF_...
J&J15
International Railway (Buffalo)-

Interstate Rys 4s 1943
Interstate Telep Co—

104%

Kings County Elec Lt & Power—
Purch money 6s g 1997.-A&O
Edison El 111 Blkyn 4s '39.J&J
KingsCoElev—See Bklyn-Queens
Kings Co Gas & 111 1st 5s'40 A&O
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54—J&J
1st ref 6%S 1954
-J&J
Kingsh'way Bdge 6%s *62.-A&O
Knoxvilie Trac 1st 5s 1938..A&O
Kokomo
Water
Works—
1st 5s ser A 1958
J&D
Lackawanna & Wyoming Val RK
1st 5s 1951
F&A /
Debentures 6s 1948
F&A /
Laclede Gas Lt 5s 1939
A&O
1st M coll tr 5%s *53 ser C F&A
1st col&ref 5%sl960 ser D F&A

99%

97

98%
98%

sec

os

102%

100%

115

1st mtge 4%s ser A 1966-M&S
Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—

1

F&A
F&A
F&A
F&A
M&S
M&N

66
99
99 ft

54%

1st & ref 6Xs 1949 ser B.. J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D
1st & ref 4%s '58 ser F...M&S

28%

Kewanee(Ill)Pub Ser 6s A '49 J&J
Key West Electric 5s 1956—F&A
Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978
M&N
Keystone Telephone Co—
1st & ref 5 %s 1955 ser A_-J&D
1st 1 & ref

51

83

1st & ref g 5s '66 op tax-ex.J&J /
Certificates of deposit

Conv deb 6s 1944 w w
A&O
Internat'l Pow Ltd 6%s 1957M&S
Deb 6s 1957
....M&S
?
Debentures 6s 1955
J&J
International Power Sec Corp—

90

2

.

Inland Telep 1st 6s 1948
A&O
Inter borough Rapid Transit—

102%

6
13%
13X
13 X

1st M 5s 1969 ser I
1st 7s series J 1957
1 st 6b series K 1957..
Keokuk Elec 6s 1945

106

105X

J&J

I

104%

102%

2d 4%s 1940
General 5s 1950
Lowell Gas Light—

,

5s series H 1961

103%

38
5

•

8
1942 with warr.-J&D
Kentucky-Ohio Gas 2s
1958 f 28
Kentucky Power & Light Co—
1st 5%s series A 1948
M&S
1st m5%s 1948 ser B
86%
M&S
Kentucky Traction & Terminal—
1st & ref gu 5s '51 opt '14 F&A
83
106
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949.J&D
Kentucky Utilities Co—
1st M 6 %s Sept '48 ser D M&S
97
80
lst> M 5%s 1955 ser F._—A&O
1st 6%s

1st 1 & ref 5s 1963
F&A
Indiana & S W Gas & Util—
6% conv notes 1940
J&D /
Indiana Telep 5s A 1960
J&J
Indianapolis Columbus & South-

Certificates of deposit
Conv g 7% note 1932

43

30

37

ft3:;

ft 1st mtge 3%s ser A 1966-J&D
Kansas Gas & Electric—
Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A..M&S
1st mtge 4%s 1980
J&D
Kansas Power 1st 5s 1947.-M&S
Kansas Power & Light Co—•
1st mtge 4%s 1965— —-M&N
Kentucky El Pr lstsf 6sl960J&J /
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—

88%

68

•

6% notes 1932

-ft

Kansas Elec Power—

Indiana Pr 1st 7%s *41 A .M&N
Indiana Ry & Lt 1st 5s '43...J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
1st & ref M 5s Jan 1. 1950.J&J

■

77

104

M&N /

ft->>

J:

99

M& S

ser

91%
89%

75%

Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958sar A
M&N
Indiana & Mich El 5a 1957-rF&A

1st M 5s 1957

98

90
88

J&J

Indianapolis Ry 5s, 1967
Indianapolis Water—

108

97%

Indiana Central Telep Co—

1st & ref 5s 1955

1st mtge 5s 1957
J&D
Louisville Gas & Elec Co (Ky)1st & ref M 3_%s 1966
M&S
Louisv Ltg 58 '53 unstmpd__A&0

85

-

80

Louisv Ry cons ext 5%s 1940J&J

■

41;:

1942.—..---J&D

.

107 X

1965.-A&O

1st M 5s 1948

45

Ask

68
75
,

Louisiana Pow & Light Co—

Income deb 68 ser A 1952 M&N
James River Bridge Corp—
1st sink fund 6Xb 1958..-J&J
Deb gs 7s 1943—-------J&D
Jamest'n (NTt )Telep 5s 1954 J&D
Jersey Oentral Pow & Lt Corp—1st & ref 5s 1947 ser B
F&A
1 st M 4 Xb 1961 ser O . - J&D
Jer City Hod & Pat—See P S Corp
Johnstown Traction 4s Dec 31'62
Cons mtge 3s B Dec 31 1962
Joplin W W 1st 5s 1957--—M&S
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s *46.-F&A
1st 6s series A 1942
F&A
Kan City Pub Serv 6s A'51..J&J
1st 6-7s series B 1951
J&J
1st ref 4s series C 1957.—J&J

107%

Bid

Los Angeles Ry 5s 1938.-A&O
Los Ang Trac 1st cons 5s '38.J&D

■'4 62

43

1st 68 series A 1956.....-J&D

5s stamped

; ;

94%

Indiana Electric Corp—
1st M 6s 1947 series A...M&N
1st M 6Xb 1953 series B..F&A
1st M 5s 1951 series C
M&S
Indiana
Light 6s 1941 M&N
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946.J&J
Indiana General Service—
.

Los Angeles Railway Corp—
1st & ref s f g 5s 1940
J&D

Jacksonv (Fla) Gas—

....

94 X

B...M&S

1st lien coll 5 %s 1938

'

:

i

Illinois Water Service Co—
1st mtge 58 1952series A..J&J
Indiana Assoc Telegraph—

_

$1*
86

57

Superpower Corp—
Deb 6s r63 (without warr).J&J
Jackson County (Mo) Lt H & P—

91
105
11SX
103 X

96

1st & ref 5%s 1954 ser B..J&D
1st & ref 5s 1956ser O
J&D
S f deb 5>ns 1957
M&S

ser B

97

83

Italian

107 X

lst&ref 5s
195; opt
A&O
Illinois Power & Light Corp—
1st & ref 6s 1953series A..A&O

1st mtge 4 %s

Bonds
Los Ang Pac Co—See Pac El Ry
Los Ang & Pac RR-See Pac El Ry

96

Isarco Hydro-Elec Co (Italy)—
1st Msf 7s 1952
..M&N
Island Gas & Electric—
25-yr s f 5%s 1953 ser A..M&S

119 X

118%

111 Community Tel 6s 1949-_ J&J
Illinois Northern Utilities Co—

w

Ask

95%

1st & ref 5%s 1950-......J&J
1st & ref 5%s July 1 '50-M&N
Deb 6s 1950 ser A
M&N

104

103 %

coll 6s '43 with warr.J&D

Hudson Co Gaa 5e g 1949..MAN
Hunt'g'n Wat 1st M 6s '54A M&S
0}^ 1st M 5s 1954 ser B
M&S
t.
1st 5s ser O 1962
A&O
Hydro El Bond & Sh 5s 1957M&N
Hydro El Corp (Va) 5s 1958.J&D
Hydro El Pow Comm 3%s'43J&J
4Xs due Jan 1.1970
J&J
4KB
1938
F&A
Idaho Power 1st 5s 1947
J&J t
1st mtge 3%s 1967
*.A&0
Illinois Allied Telephone—
ft;

_

Bid

Iowa Southern Utilities—

67

55"

1st M

5s

1957

J&D

97%

98%

90

91

69

71X

80

Mississippi River Pow 5s '51-J&J
Deb 5s May 1. 1947—»-M&N

109%

Miss Val Pub Ser 1st 5s '54-J&D

81

105

60

99%

Mississippi Power Co—
1 st & ref 5s 1955——-M&S
Mississippi Power & Light—

78
30%

110

102

101
93

90

100

99%

i

102

102

103X
ft; 88

1 at 105.

h Basis,

f Price includes accrued interest,

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

if.

'

BONDS

PUBLIC UTILITY

76

.

_

NOT&o!i K,
Bid

92

Missouri Edison 1st 5*3s '47 J&D
Missouri Gas & Elec 6s A *44 M&S / 61
1st & ref 5e ser B 1957——J&J / 53
62
1st 4-58 1956
A&O
Missouri Power & Light—
99
1st mtge 3 53 s 1966
J&D
Missouri Public Service Co—
■V 67
lstsf 5s 1960
F&A
Missouri Riv Sioux City Bdge—•
76
1st s f 6s 1953
M&S

\

Missouri

Telephone—

1st & ref 5s

/ 84
/ 42

1st 5s 1956
A&O
1st cum inc 9s ser A *66--A&O
Income 7s 1956
-.A&O

60

[

65

1

New Amster Gas 5s 1948—J&J

75""

60

■

92

112

i

r Y Power & Light Corp—
1st mtge 4Kb 1967

7

967;

•

99

93*3

93*3

Montana-Dakota Utilities—
'

81.7

78

1st & ref mtge 3*3s 1966.-J&D \ ' 88
104
Montreal Isl Pow 5*3s 1957 M&N

89.'
105

3%

conv

J&J

deb 1939

1st & coll s f 3*«,s 1956
1st & coll 3*3s 1973

100
74

J&J

Gen & ref 5s 1955 series A.A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser B
A&O
Gen & ref s f 4 *3s '55 ser C A&O
Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser D_A&0

Morgantown Water 6s 1965- _J&J
Mount Hope Bridge 5s 1969.J&D
2d income 8s Dec 15 1969
Mountain States Power Co—

50*3
101
95

100*3
94*3

F&A
J&J

Montreal Tramways—
1st & ref g 58 1941 opt

100*3
74*3
74*3

74

.

1st M 4Mb 1980
1st 4*3s 1960

74

74*3

104

73"

70

21

7

83

86

:: 84
105

86

Municipal Gas &E1 Corp of
,23*3

Reckinghausen 7sl947
J&D / 20*3
Municipal Serv coll 6s 1956-F&A / 56 ;
Mut Fuel Gas-See Peoples GL&C

102*3

103*3

106*3

106*3

106

106*3

89*3
20*3

■y,90
98*3
91

100

4*3

7

85

Boston

Ltg

4k

Debenture gold 5s 1978--F&A
Certificates of deposit..
Nat Toll Bridge 6s stmp *39
Nebraska Pow 1st 4 *48 1981.J&D
Deb 6s 2022.
M&S
Nev Calif Elec 1st 5s 1956—A&O

45

tiiH

Deb

Newark Cons Gas
[

con

5s '48.J&D

Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944—Q-J
New Brunswick (NJ) Lt H & Pow
4s Dec 15 1939
J&D

7

ll

1941
J
~
New Amsterdam Gas—See N Y
GE LH&P

109*3
115*3
73;,

101*3

98

52

83*3

84*3
104

85

o§H
88

40*3

42

102

1st & ref

g

5s *40

op

'20

104
106

A&O

104*3
107

Shore Gas Co of Illinois—
87

88*3

108*3
102*3

:'7;

....

1st & ref 5s 1966 ser C
M&N
1st & ref 5s 1969 ser D
M&8
1st & ref M 4 V3s 1970 ser E J&D

99

57*3
62

84*3
85*3

7101*3

123

1st M & ref 5s 1963
J&J
1st lien & ref 7s 1946 A—.M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1947 B—.M&N
1st lien & ref 6s 1943 O—_M&N

100

::::

98*3

114
,

114

115

115

Ry & Ferry55

106*3

58

107

New Jersey Water Co—

100*3

92"

90
New Mexico Power—

1st mtge 5s 1958
New Orleans City & Lake—

85

.

.—

102*3

103*3

.101*3

102*3

/

9

94*3
9453
90*3
/ 72*3

&

1st lien & ref 5J3s ser D '49J&D
1st lien & ref 5s 1955 ser E. J&D
Watertown L & P 5s 1959.J&J

10*3
95
96

/ 40
65

65

-v..

105*3
101
99

1st & ref M 3*3s 1967—F&A
Northern Texas Elec Co—
Coll tr 8 f g 5s 1940 opt
J&J /
Northern Utilities Co—
1st lien 4-68 1968
M&N
S f reg income 3-6 *3s May 1 '69
N'west Cities Gas 6s 1949
J&J
Northwest Louisiana Gas—

l

Northwestern Elevated (Chic)—
1st mtge 5s 1941 opt
M&S
Certificates of deposit
Union El (Loop) 5s g '45.-A&O
Northwestern Ligh
& Power
6s series B 1950--—F&A
Northwestern Power Co Ltd—
1st M s f conv 6s '60 ser A.J&J
Certlfic-'.es of deposit

67
.

Called March 1, 1938, at 107*3.
k Last sale,
n Nominal.

J&D
J&D

100

99*3
100*3

101*3

96*3
83*3

-

96*3
85*3

83*3

82
88

52*3

/ 54*3

b Basis,

99*3

99*3

14*3

54 7,<

63

66

44

47

7

U1J3

111

Ontario Transmission Co Ltd—
1st gu g 5s *45 opt bef '16.M&N

1*1*3

Orange & Pas Val R—See PS Oorp
Oregon Elec Ry 5s '33 opt. .M&N
Oregon-Washington Water Serv—

••••

■

/ 48*3

1st M 5s 1957 ser A
J&D
Oslo Gas & EI Works (Norway)-

79

Extl sink fund 5s 1963
M&S
Ottawa El Ry 4*3s '48-'55.J&J

—

100

1st M

s

f

f 5s 1952

105

105

5*3s 1970—..A&O

16

106

100*3

M&S

95

Pacific Coast Power 5s 1940-M&S

103

s

Pacific Elec

Ry

g

55

1964——-

17

65

65*3
102*3

101*3
101*3

-

A&O
Elec

104*3
99*3
113*3
105*3

/ 15*3

Ref mtge 3 *3s ser C 1966-J&D

102

94

91
'

119*3
103

-J&J

Valley Power & Light Co
1st extended 6*3s 1950.-M&N
Non-cum inc deb 6s 1950-M&N

95

7;r—--

72

76
40

/ 33

Light & Power Go
1st & ref 4 *3s 1977
M&N
1st 5s 1979
M&N
Penn-Jersey Water—
1st coll 5*3.8 I960
]
Penn-Ohio Edison Co—
Deb g 6s 1950 ser A ex-w.M&N
Deb 5*3s 1959 ser B

86*3

34

43

Pennsylvania

46

83
7.

Electric

&
96
86
96

94

88

86

106*3

106*3

102

103

Co.

1st« ref 481971 ser F
M&N
1st & ref 5s ser H 1962... A^

85

86*3

102*3

:

8*3
/

8

80

'7

87

85

Pennsylvania Pow &

11*3
76

99

79
83

Pennsylvania Gas & Elec Co—

103*3

7*3

98*3
75.

i2

»:

101

100*3
1st coll trust 4*3s 1966..
Penn

Telep 1st M 4s 1965..

74

oo

74

e

Called Fb. 1 1938, at 109.




Ai-v'?;

v

90

F&A

32

72

im:-

115*3
107*3

107*3
104*3
99*3
112*3
104*3

Serv—
M&S
Pacific Power & Light Co—
1st
M s 1955
F&A
Pacific Teleph & Telegraph—
Ref mtgle 3 *3s ser B1966
A&O

&

96

115

Corp deb 4*3s 1945.A&O

.

58

95

1st & ref M 3*3s ser H *61-J&D
1st & ref M 3 Hs ser 11966-J&D
Pac L & P Co 1st 5s 1942
J&J

Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952
Paterson & Passaic Gas

42*3

40*3

Pacific Gas & Electric Co—
1st & ref M 6s 1941 ser B.J&D
1st & ref M 4s ser G 1964--J&D

Pac Ltg

104"
7 65

62

J&J

5s 1942

Refunding 5s 1961
M&S
Los Angeles Pacific Co—
1st ref g 4s 1950 opt *15-. J&J
Los Angeles Pacific RR—
1st & ref mtge 5s 1943.M&S

59

57

lIS

v;

99"

103*3

Otter Tail Power Co (Minn)—
1st mtge 4s 1961J&J
Ozark Power & Water Co—

1st

% 82

98

Ottawa L H & Power—
Ref & coll tr 5s 1957 ser A. A&O
Ottawa Valley Power Co—

Penn Pub S 1st 6s ser O '47-M&N
1st & ref 5s series D 1954..

nterest.

&

22

,

52"

&

r

tjGalled Dec. 1.

mm

,

1st mtge 3 *3s 1966

Debentures 4s 1946

7

t Called Jan. I.

m

92

77 88

108"

-

♦

mm

.

Penn Central

101
100

98

68

64
105

Pecos

103

Northern Okla Gas 1st 5s '46.J&J
Northern Penna Power Co—
1st & ref 5s 1956 ser A
J&D
1st & ref 5s 1962
A&O
Northern States Power Co—

1st M 6*3s 1936with warr.J&D
Northwestern Electric—
1st 6s stamped 1945M&N

iij00*3

Paterson Ry—See Pud Serv Corp
Pecos Valley Gasext6*3s '44M&N

103*3
103*3

98

97*3

.

5s

114

110*3

*

5s 1949—
M&S
Paterson & State Line Traction

120

106*3
105*3

,

110

e

..F&A
Ohio River Bridge & Ferry—
1st 5s 1942.
J&J
Ohio Term (Oleve) 6s 1947.-J&D
Ohio Val Elec Ry 1st M 5s '46J&D
Ohio Valley Gas Oorp—
1st 6*^8 1943 (with warr)
7*3s 1938
J&J
Ohio Valley Water 5s 1954. -J&J

consol gold

1105*3

-

114

100
99

98*3

93*3

59

123*3

113

108*3

v80
59

105*3
115*3

1st mtge 4s. 1962

Ohio Water Serv 5s A 1958-F&A
Oklahoma Gas & Electric—

85*

7,;; 86

106

Pacific Northwest Pub
Conv deb 6s 1950

32

J&J

98

Power-

1st s f 7s 1946
New Orleans Pub Service Co—
1st & ref 5sl952 series A..A&<
1st & ref 5s 1955 series B..J&

99

43

117

120*3

4H» 1983

.

5*3s ctfs of deposit 1961

122 K

N J & Hud Riv

102*3
103 H

103

Joint 1st mtge 4s ser A '42-J&J
ortheastern Public Service—

116*3

5s, 1942
J&D 1105*3
Newcastle (City of) W 5s '41 J&D
101*3
New England G & E Association
Deb g 5s 1947
56*3
M&S
Conv deb 5s 1948
56*3
J&D
Conv deb 5s 1950
..M&N
mu
Convertible deb 5s 1962-._J&J
New Engl Pow A sen 5s 1948-A&0
83
Deb 5*3s 1954
~
84*3
New England Power—
3*3s series A 1961
ft
101*3
New England Tel & Tel—

J <5
JS

101*3

100*3

1st M & lien 5*3s 1957—.M&N
orth Shore Electric Co—
orth

94

Newburyport G& E (Mass)—

Newfoundland Light &
6 Ha 1971
1st s f 4 Ha 1956
New Haven Water—

65

!§*

orth Penn Gas Co—

114*3

6s July

105

107*3

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938—A&O

f 23
108*3

83

75
102

100*3

105*3

Coun Bluffs Ry & Br
lstsf 6s 1947
A&O
Omaha & Council Bluffs St Ry—
1st extd 4s 1947...
J&J
Ontario Pow 5s '43 op to '13-F&A

104*3

1st coll & ref 5*3s '48 ser A.j&J
orth Hudson Lt H & P Co—

45

71

Ohio Pow 1st & ref 5s 1952 B J&J
1st & ref 4*4s 1956 ser D.J&D

Deb g 6s 2024
J&D
Ohio Public Service Co—
1st & ref 7s 1947 ser B...F&A
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser C
M&S

93

91

1st mtge 3*3s 1972
J&J
Ohio Elec Pow 1st M 5s *57 J&D
Ohio L & Pow 1st 5s 1944.-M&N

Omaha

82*3

North Central Gas 5*3s 1955 A&O
~~orth Continent Utilities Corp—

f 44*3

97*3

-

3

79*3

100*3
99*3
95*3

102*3
98*3

102

1st 5b series B 1949
F&A
Oklahoma Ry 1st & ref 5s *41 J&J
Income 5s 1990
Apr 1
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15'51

103*3

70

Ohio Edison 1st & con 4s '65 M&N
:
1st mtge 4s 1967
M&S

i

52 '
23

/ 40

Conv deb 5s 1946
M&N
Oklahoma Power & Water
1st M 5s 1948 ser A
—F&A

Properties

69 H

50*3
/ 20

PA NJ Utilities-

Oklahoma Natural Gas—
1st mtge 4V3s ser A 1951-M&N

105*3
105*,
106*3
103*3

F&A

79*i

Deb 5s 1956
..F&A
Oberpfalz Elec 7s 1946
J&D
Ocean City Coastal HighW Bdge—
6*38 w th stock 194?
J&D
Ogden Gas 5s 1945
M&N
Ohio Assoc Telep 4 *3s 1966.J&D
Ohio Cent Telep 1st 6s '47--J&J
Ohio Cities Water Corp—
1st M coll tr 5*3s *53 ser A.J&J

NV

.

91

Deb 5s 2030 ser B
.J
Nat Public Service
Corp—

99*3

95

4X

North Amer Light & Power Co—
S f deb 5*3s 1956
—J&J

North

86
101

92*3

95

Deb 5*3s 1963 ser B
F&A15
Deb 5s Nov 15 '69ser O M&N15
Nor Amer Gas & El 6s 1949..J&J

v-;'1

99

94*3

A&O

North American Co.—
Deb 5s 1961

92*3

40

fiagara Falls Power—
1st & ref 3*3s 1966
M&S
Tiagara Lockport & Ont Power—
A

91

97*3

f 4s 1957

—

Conv deb 5s 1957 ser A„M&S

88

98
4

112*3

A&O

M&N

ser

104V

103 H

90

88

s

-

112

M&N
r Y Tel 1st 4Hb '39 tax ex.M&N
Ref mtge 3*3s ser B 1967—J&J
T Y Water Service Oorp—
1st M 5s 1951 ser A
M&N
T Y & Westchester Lighting—
See N Y Gas Elec Lt & Pow

86

;

107

/

118*3

M&S
M&S

1st M 5s 1951
1st M 5s 1956

1st & ref 5s 1955

/ 82*3

Nassau El RR-

114

Tippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)—
1st mtge 6*3s 1953
J&J
forf & Ports Bdge 6*3s '47—F&A

Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel

Narrangansett Elec Co—
1st mtge 3*3s 1966
—J&J
Nashville Gas & Heating Co
58 1937 (not guar)
1
Nashville Railway & Light—

122*3

few York State Rys—
1st con g 4*3s '62 op '13-M&N
Certificates of deposit
1st con 6*3s 1962
M&N
Certificates of deposit
r Y Steam 6s 1947
M&N

68

/ 19

1st & ref 5s 1938
J&J
1st M 6s 1938 series B
J&J
Muncie Wat Works 5s 1965-M&N

?.=

50

122

few York Rys Corp—
V
Prior lien 6s stpd 1958
J&J
AdJ Income 6s Jan 1 1965..Apr /
Bleeck St & F F 1st 4s *50-J&J /
B'way & 7th Ave 5s 1943- J&D /
f. Y. & Richmond Gas Co—
1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A—M&N
f Y State El & Gas Corp—
1st mtge 4s 1965
F&A

Montreal Lt Ht & Pow Consol

102
102

131*3
116*3
112*3

f Y & Queens Elec Lt & Pow—
. 1st & cons
M 3*3s 1965—M&N

104

100

113

NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004—J&J
Deb g 5s 1954 op guar
J&J

"

100*3

103*3
94*3

re*

NY & ER Gas 1st g 5s '44—J&J
Con 5s 1945
J&J

66

§6"

102*3

101*3
101*3

3 Ha ser E'66 A&O
f Y Gas Elec LH&P Co—
1st g 5s Dec. 1 1948
.-J&D
Pur mon coll tr 4s 1949
F&A
Ed El 111 N Y con g 5s '95 J&J

95

/ 35
/ 12
/ 70

y

68

97

1st 5s 1952
Y
&
East

1st lien &

Monongahela Light & Pow Co—

A&O

64

J&J
River Gas—S
NYGELH&P—
iew York Edison Co—
1st 1 & ref 3 Ha ser D 1965-A&O

>11—

Conv deb 4*3s 1946
Montana Power—

66

100

Mobile Bay Bridge 7s 1951-J&J
2d sinking fund 7s 1951
J&J
Mobile Gas Service Oorp—

Mont Cities Gas 7s A 1937—M&N
Montana-Dakota Power—
Ext 1st 5*3s-6*3s 1944——J&J

101,,

63

Ask

:

J&D

1st M

98

'51.M&N
1st 5s series B 1951..
M&N

-7:11—

88*3

Northwestern Utilities, Ltd—
1st ref 6-7s ser A 1949
J&D
Nova Scotia Light & Power Co—

102 H

1

70

;,

102*3

101H

J&J

1944

Newp News & Old Pt Ry & El
1st g 5s Nov 1 1938
M&N

7

1st M 5s 1949
J&D
Monongahela Valley Water—
1st M 5*3s 1950 series A..J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st & gen mtge 4*3s 1960.A&O
Debenture 6s 1965
A&O

103

J&J

64"
100

Missouri Val Pub Ser 6s '39 J&J

Mob Lt & RR 1st g 5s '37—J&D
Cons g 5s 1941
M&S
Mohawk Valley ref 6s 1991 M&N
Debenture 6s 2031
A&O
Monmouth Cons Wat 5s '56. J&D

Northwestern Pub Serv Co—
1st M 5s ser A 1957
J&J
N'western Teleg 1st 4 *3s '44.J&J

103 H

100*3

M&S

4*3s series O 1961

4 H* 1954

63

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

88

Bonds

r

:

/This price includes accrued

;

V/:; I

937]

UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC

.

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—All bond

Bonds

Bonds

Bonds

Public Service Co of Oklahoma—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1966—F&A
Serial debs4s Feb 1 1946—F&A

1st coll 4-5 Ms 1948
:

Tst

.

64^
34

f

Puget Sound Tel 5s A 1952.J&J
Quebec Power-—
M&S

Queensboro Gas & El 5s '52.J&J
Convg deb 5Mb *52 ser A.A&O
Quincy El Lt & Pow 5s A'47 M&S
Rapid Transit St Ry 8s 1941. A&O
Republic Nat Gas 1st 6s 1954J&J
Republic Service Corp—
1st coll trust 5s 1951
J&D
Rhine-Ruhr Wat Serv Union—
Extl deb 6s 1953
J&J/
Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y)
) Mtge g 7s 1950———..M&N f
Direct mtge 6s 1952
M&N /
Con mtge 6s 1953
F&A /
Cons 6s 1955
A&O /
7 % sec notes 1936
F&A /
6s 1941
/
Richmond (Ind) W W Corp—
1st M 5s 1957
—M&N
Richmond (S I) Lt & RR—

|
,

.

!

1st coll tr g 4s 1952
Rio Grande Valley Gas

56 M

68
66
03 M
103

-J&D

1st & ref 5s 1950 ser O—JM&N
1st & ref 4Mb 1950 ser D.J&D

1st & coll 4sl962

97

60
95

A&O

& ref 5Ms 1949

i05M

19

27
27
27
27
50
18

104M
100
68
62

101M

Co—

108M

101

102 M

82
73

105M
103 M
103 %

114

107 M

108%
104%

107

104

95

Roch Ry cons 5s g 1930
A&O /
46
2d 5s g 1933 ctfe of dep
J&D / 26
Rochester & Syracuse RR—
1st M conv 5s ctfs 1957.M&N /
5
Rockford Elec Co 1st 5s '39.M&S
103
Rockland Light & Pow—
1st M 5s 1938

M&N

103M

Rome (N Y) Gas, Elec Lt & P—
1st ref 5s 1946
J&D 1102
Rome (Ga) Ry & L 5s '46—A&O
105

:

Ruhr Gas Corp 6 Hs *53 A
_A&O / 24M
Rumford Falls Pow—
Gen M 4 Ms May 1948—.M&N
102
1st s f 4s Oct 1945
A&O
100
Safe Harbor Water Pow Corp—
.

1st mtge s f 4 hs 1979

J&D

108 %

Saguenay Elec 5Ms A 1953.J&J
Saguenay Power 4Mb A 1966 A&O
1st 4Mb series B 1966
A&O

101M

Serial notes 2 M~4s to '46

St Clair

J&D

M&S
St Joseph Ry, Lt Heat & Power—
1st & ref 5s 1946
J&J
St Joseph Water 4s A 1966--A&O
St Louis Co Gas 1st 5s 1951-A&O
St Louis Springf & Peoria RR—
1st & ref gu g 5s *39 opt..J&D
St Paul Gas Light—
Gen gold 5s 1944
__M&S
Salmon RivPowgu5s 1952 F&A
Salt River Val Water Users Assn
6s 1938-1943
F&A
Refunding 6s 1956
—.M&N
Stewart Mt Pow 5Hs '57.A&0
San Angelo Telep 1st 6s 1958 F&A
San Antonio G & E 5s 1949.M&S
San Antonio Public Service— *
1st ref 6s 1952 series A
J&J
1st & ref 5s 1958 ser B
J&J
San Antonio Tr 1st 5s *49.-M&S
San Diego Consol Gas & Elec—
1st mtgo 4sMay 1 1965..M&N
San Diego Co Wat 6s A '62.M&S
San Diego Water
Supply Co—
lstms f 5s 1955
M&N
San Francisco
Bay Toll Bridge—
1st M sink fund
6Ms '57.M&N /
5s 1959

Deb a f 7s 1942

San

98

99%
94

County fill) Gas & El—

1st cons guar

112
99

104 %

105^
96
108
110
98
97
98

102

105
109 M

101M
102
109

103^
101 &

23

—..M&N /

M

Joaquin Lt & Power Corp—

Unif & ref 6s 1952 ser B-.M&S
San Jose Water Works
1st mtge 3Ks ser A
1961..J&D
Santa Barb Tel 3 Ms ser C66 J&J

127

101M
97 M

Sandwich Windsor &
Amherstb'g
Ry debenture 4Mb 1943- -J&D
Sauda Falls Co Ltd—
1st s f 5s 1955 ser A
Savannah & Atlanta Ry—

1st

cons

6sMay 1 1935

96

A&O

110M

J&J /

4

Savannah Elec & Power Co—
1st & ref 4s 1947 ser D
Q-Jan

99

F 1955.M&S

102

1st & ref M 5s

ser

Savannah Elec Co 5s g '52. J&J
107
Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s 1947....A&O
112
Schenectady Ry 1st 5s Mar 1. *46 /
5%
Scioto Val Ry & Pr 1st 6s '43. J&D
/ 75

Scranton Gas & Water Co—

1st 4 Ha 1958

M&S

99

Serv—
1 st & ref 5s 1967 ser A... F&A
1st & ref 5s series B1961.F&A

80

Scranton-Spg Brook Water

Scranton Trans ser A 5s'59_A&0
4s series B1959
A&O
Income 3sApr 1 1959
M&N

Seattle-Everett Traction—
1st M g 5s 1939 opt 1914..M&S
Seattle Gas 1st 5s 1954
A&O
Seattle




1.

55

/

18

99%
56

M&S

Second Ave Trac—See Phila CoSeneca Power Corp 6s 1946.M&S

t Called Dec.

80 5
82

Lighting Co—

Ist 5* 1944

5s 1949

b Basis,

102

f20M

60

J&J

Deb g 5s 1953
M&S
Rochester Gas & Elec Corp—
Gen mtge 4 Ms 1977 ser D.M&S
5s series E 1962
M&S
Gen 3Mb series G 1966—M&S
Gen SMs series H 1967—M&S
Rochester &
Lake Ontario
Water 5sl938
M&S1

^

21"

105M

95 M
98
102 M

94
117
80
108
104
90

1st mtge 5s 1950
_A&0
Roanoke G-L 5Mb 1951— F&A
Roanoke Ry & El 5s 1953..F&A
Roanoke W W 5s 1950
J&J
Rochester Central Power Corp—

a

103 H
98 M

....

Puget Sound Navig 6s 1938.M&N
Puget Sound Power & Light—

i

102 H
103 M

99
1-...

P Servof Penn 1st 5HsA'53.J&D
Public Utilities Consol Corp—
1st M 5Ms 1948
M&S
Secured conv 6s 1938
M&S /

J

/This price Includes accrued interest,

104M
f

k Last sale,

34

100

n

Nominal,

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

78

United Rys of St Louis—

98

Canal 63*s 43.M&S
Syracuse Gas g 5s 1946—---J&J
124"
Syracuse Lighting 5s g 1951-J&D d 1063*
1st & ref 53*s 1954
F&A
5s series B
1957 -------J & J % 106
183*
Syrac Rap Tr 1st g 5s 1946-M&S
73*
2nd mortgage 5s 1930-----J&J
56
Taiwan El l'ow s f 5 3*s 1971-J&J
83
Tampa (Fla) Gas 53*s 56.-A&O
78
1st
5s
1961
— --A&O
Telephone Bond & Share Co61
Sutter Butto

Coll

59%

63

Unit Trac (Pgh)—See Phila Co
Unterelbe Power & Light Co—

713*

1953

5s

69

Sink fd M 6s 1953
A&O /
Utah Lt & Tr 1st 5s 1944 A—A&O

M&N

98

5s A '60 M&N
Co—■

Temescal Water 1st

Utah Power &

Tennessoe Eastern Elec

1st M 5s 1943.
Ref

f 6s series A

s

Tennessee Electric

------Jf&A

84

1955-— M&N

Power—

A—J&D
& ref 5s 1956-------J&D
Pow gu 5s 1962 opt--M&N

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser
1st
Tenn

Tennessee Public
1st & ref 5s
^

'

:

&
78
8lx

763*
80

Service—

'f:,

623*

1970—-----A&O

Terni Hydro Elec 63*s 1953-F&A
Terre Haute Traction & Light—
1st con M g 5s 1944-—M&N
Terre Haute W W Corp—
1st M 6s 1949 ser A
J&D i
1st M 5s 1956 ser B——F&A :
Terre H'te & West Ry 5s 37 M&N
Texarkana Wat 1st 5s'58--F&A
Texas Cities Gas 1st 5s 48..M&N
Texas Consumers Water—
1st 6s A 1939—-A&O f
Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947J&J /
Tex Trac 1st 5s 1937 opt--J&J /
Texas Electric Service Co—
1st mtge 5s 1960
-J&J
Texas Gas Util 6s 1945
A&O /
1st 2-6s 1951
M&S
Texas Hydro Elec Corp—
1st mtge 6s ser A 1956
A&O
Texas Pow Corp 6s 1956—M&S

59

101""
91

6

5
:2
2

4
4

'253*
23

aft '14 J&J
incg5s Jan 1960 opt.-A&O

AdJ

Third Ave RR 1st 5sg

85""

f

76
72""

1st

s

60

g

40"
...84

(Japan)—_

60

f 7s 1955 ser A

6s

1953 series---J&D15
1962—...M&N

*57--J&J
Trenton G & El g 5s 1949..M&S
Trent'n Pass Ry 1st ext 6s'61 A&O
Trenton St Ry ext 5s 1968..J&J
General 6s 1941
J&D
Tri-County Telep 43«js B *56 A&O
Troy Oty Ry 1st cons 5s '42 A&O
Troy Gas Co 1st 5s 1939--M&N
2d 6s 1939
F&A
23 Street Ry—See N Y Rys
Twin City Rapid Transit Co
1st lien & ref 5%a A 1952J&D
-

I952..J&J
Twin States Gas & Electric—
1st 1 & ref 53*s 1945 Ser A.M&S
Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pow Co—
Ms f
Guar s f 7s

62

1163*

'

3% notes, 1942
;
Union Elev RR—See N W Elev

10

2%

13*
105

1043*

64

65

55

62

104

105

ur

773*

105 3*
102%

103 %

106

100

96

97

97
97
97

54
41

1053*

93*
93*

11

90

40

42

94

973*

1073*

101

102

Ry—

52
68

Utilities Co—
A
A&O
West Virginia Ohio River
Bridge 3 J*-6 )*s, 1960
West; Va Water Service—
1 st mtge 4s 1961
A&O
estchester Elec—See 3d Avi
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s '50—

.

::::

Western

1213*
1013*

1st M 5s 1951

J&J
1960—J&J
United Rys Cos 4% ctfs '49.J&J /
United Railways of Havana—
Eq 73*s Feb 15 1936
F&A /

100
92

97

M

-

89

95

1950—— •
M

91

Testern Pow (Can; 6s 1949--.
Western Public Service Co—

104

ref 53*s 1960
1
Util 6s A *45_A
Union Telegraph—
Colltr 5s 1938
-<

76

79

80

83

1st

5s series

Deb

93
91

1st

s

B

75

f 6s extd 1950

&

estern States

603*

\

993*

983*
663*
71

673*
713*

68

Fdg & R E M 43*s g '50--M
25-year g 5s 1951
—J
30-year 5s Mar 1 I960-- .«

69

1063*

73

100

653*
1043*

74""

Western Utilities Corp—

-M

52

54

15-year s f 6s 1952---—M
Westmoreland Wat 5s '52.-J

50

52

99

101

6%

notes

1937

-

Pr (Ge

Westphalia United El
1st M s f 6s 1953.

3 *
13*

1053*

1043*
1023*

693*
;

Wheeling (W Va)

r/

243*

203*
1073*

74

753*
78

104

13

18

i

Wilmington

1st

5s

Rv

Assoc Telep Co Ltd
Assoc Telep & Teleg

$7 1st preferred

102

)

65

m
5

sji

£fgHt
v

7

6
10
10
11

\'A"y

*
*

,93*

93*
9

$1.25 pf— •
$6 pref
*
—100
-—*

6 % pref-

Atlantic City Elec $6
Bait Transit Govt c
Preferred

.

13*
13*

1

10

12

22

233*

30

33

31

33

3«

-

i00

pref

3

5

74

76

109
1

—*
,——100

t c

.25
-100

Elec com

10

m

v-

Atlanta Gas

763*
68

743*

23*
19

183*
118

120

6% preferred----100
Baton Rouge Elec Co $6 pf--..*

106

109

*

6

Beauharnois Power com

100
--100
-25

-

_

Beverly Gas & Elec
Birmingham Elec $7 pref
$6 preferred.
Birmingham Gas $6 pref
*
Birmingham Wat Wks 6% pf.100
Blackstone Vai Gas & El pref. 100

1

Blue Ridge Corp

preferred------—
Boston Edison Co
100
Boston Elevated Ry com. ---100
$3

conv

Brazilian Tr Lt &

Class B_...

"63*
1663*
1173*

1623*
116

45

70

60
15
100

20

63

li7""

1123*
13*

VA

35

116
51

I1J*

32

34
32

--*

i Ih

29

*
--20

34

36

Brockton Gas Light

43*
4

5

-100
--*
*

140

.

9

Co v t c--25

.

\r:;1

—,—*

—

Brooklyn Edison.:
Bklyn Manhat Transit

—

160

11

103*
333*

■f,

:

2

34

23*

'

83*
213*

>

9 Xl

22

213*
923*

213*
943*

97

$1 60

prior

preferred.--

$5 1st pref.....

Co

25
*

103

Bridge-

19'

'

**■ %

*

»

No par value

Ex-dlvldend.




x

t Called April 1 at 104.

t Called Jan. 1 a£ 105.

b Basis,

d Called Feb. 1 at 105.

/ Flat price.

Called Dec. 15 at 104.

\

* La3t sale,

n

1

'MX.

49

68

Pow ord——

Bridgeport Gas Light.
Bridgeport Hydraulic Co
Brit Col Pow Corp A

'XX/;

96

-

104

i

Water

nm

34

Brooklyn Union Gas—
*
Buffalo Niagara & East Power—

103

Williamsport

43*
63*

Bklyn & Queens Transit com..
$6 preferred--

101

763*
28

4

-*

$5 preferred a
S6 preferred--—
S6H preferred
$7 preferred
Option warrants

$6 preferred series A

Electric Co-

33*

-----

$4 preferred

Bell Telephone (Canada) - Bell Telep of Pa 6 % % pref

Western

;

preferred

O iginal

'

4

1
1

7% pi ere. red

M

105
97
3

♦

-*

Bangor Hydro

„

.

2

6% preferred
Associated Gas & Elec com
Common class A

4CH&S3 A

1033*

103

94

-——50

-

$4 preferred

107

88

103

*

21

93"

*
*
*

$7 pref

21

Mass Cos—

1st M 53*s 1950

14

843*

----------.--1

Common

6% preferred-

'

97

19

!493|

•
*

com

Arkansas Pow & Lt

70

953*

79

—.10
Arkansas Missouri Power—
v

87

86

ylii

Preferred

West Texas

1st M 5s 1957 ser

Edison

—

Arkansas Natural Gas Corp
Class A non-voting

121

1083*
1073*

14

23*
103*

6*

25

$6 1st preferred ——
Appalachian El Pow 7% pref
6% preferred
Arizona

68

101

First $6

6% preferred

88"

1st ext 33*s 1956
A&O
2d extended 1956—-—M&N

Western N Y Water Co—

*
*
♦
100

Superpower Corp com
preferred
—
Preferred $6 series
American Telep & Teleg
mer

Amer Wat Wks & Elec com——-*

98
93

119

E—M&S

J&J
I 1966
J&J
West Penn Tr lst'5s 1960—J&D
1st M 3Ms ser

55

rlyX-K

36?*

13*
93*
13*
73
173*
1483*

25

Preferred

50

_

73*
443*

52

.*

26

73*
433*
353*

Amer Utilities Service common. ♦

95

;:1
4J
i:
,143*

12

10l

110

..J&J

93

/

-

.

?:

143*

105

98

2

283*

108)

23

6°7( preferred-25
Powe. & Light com——*
S6 p. eferred_
-—*

$5 preferred.

113*
203*

K

25

Traction-

5

26

1 S'

*

mer

107

1043*

1213*
1003*
33*s gtd 1967—J&J
19
'48 A&O f
19
4s 1948-1953
A&O /
1
Western Cont Util 6s 1944--M&S f
93
Western Lt & Telep 5s 1954./

75

merican Light &

110

33*
87

1153*

193*
13*
28
108

*

Gas & Power com-—-

28

43*
24*

*

1st $6 preferred
Warrants

79

Wayne United Gas 6Ms '44. J&D f
West Canadian Hydro-Elec—
1st 6s ser A w w 1950
J&J
Conv deb 63*s 1945
-J&J
West Coast Telep 5s A 1953.J&J
West End St Ry—See Boston El
West End Trac—See Phila Co
West Ohio Gas £s A 1954. .J&D f
West Penn Elec deb 5s 2030-A&O
1st M 5s 1963 series

mer

62"

58'
107

United Pub Util Uorp—

1960

43

105

30

114

-

-—

61

83

Gas & Elec com-

$6 preferred

1063*

/

—

Warrants

117

1043*

57

& Foreign Pow com
*
$7 preferred- —
——*
$7 second pref series A
*
$6 cum pref
—♦

mer

52
80

283*
273*
33*

mer

'

57

66

Un Lt Rys(Del) deb 53*s.52 F&A
United Public Service Co—
Colltr 68 1942 ser A..
A&O /

Convcolltr 53is B

-■

59

Gen mtge

'70

100
53*s '51 ser A.M&N
Union Water Wks Co—
1st lien 53*s 1942
M&S 15 / 15
1133*
Unit Elec Co of N J 4s '49.-J&D
United Elec Rys (Providence)—
88
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A-.
86
Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B-.
United Elec Serv (Italy)—
59
Extl 1st s f 78 1956 ser A.-J&D
United Gas & Fuel (Hamilton)
1013*
1st s f 53*s 1948
J&J
United Ilium Co New Haven—
1st 4s Feb 1 1940
F&A
1053*
United Light & Power Co—
67
Deb g63*s 1974
M&N
98
1st 1 & consol 53*s 1959--A&O
643*
Deb g 6s 1975
M&N
1033*
United Lt&Rys(Me)6s A'52 A&O
Deb 6s 1973
J&J .; 61

Conv coll tr 6s A

J*

60

56

Westchester Serv Corp 6s

First lien

63*s 1933

1959

5s

West Phila Pass

703*

Union Water Service Co—

■

,f,;

57

1st M 4s 1961 series H

100

963*
95 H

Union Ry—See Third Ave Ry
Union Traction—See Phila R T

%'.!$>V'v [■■■■■

.

94"

West Penn Power—

1st 4 3*s 1950.
J&D
Union Gas System—
1st M & coll s f 5s 1948—J&D
Union Passenger Railway—
1st 4s Mur 31 1961
-A&O
2d ext, 4s Mar 31 1960
A&O
Union Pub Serv (Del) 6s '39.J&D

■'.:r

3!"

993*
.91

J&J /

1st Ms fg 5s 1940
Certificates of deposit

1st

100

Union Gas & El 1st ext 5s '40M&S
Union Gas Co. of Canada—
1st serial 3 Hs 1937-38
J&D
1st serial 4s 1939-42
J&D
1st serial 4 3*s 1943-45
J&D

XXiX'X-

853*
963*
82

803*
106,

503*
75

pref
*
Allegheny Traction—See Phila Co
lentown Beth Gas pref
-50
ner Cities Pow & Light cl A
25
Class A opt div ser w w
25
Class B
1
Amer Dis Tel of N J com
*
Preferred
--100

91

83
95

m

63

..labama Water Service

Waukesha Gas & Electric Co

Union Elec Co of Missouri—

J&J
J&J

883*

703*

—*
*
-*

$7 pref

$6 preferred-$5 preferred
.*

Watert'n L&P—See No N Y Util.

*

45

F&A
Ujigawa Elec Power (Japan)lst M s f 7s 1945
M&S15
1st mtge & coll tr 3 3*s 1962

labama Power

1093*

109

M

80

75

22"

Waterloo Ced Falls & No Ry—

65

M&N

1955
1952

102

12

7

5s 1955
1st lien & ref 6s w

110
64

108

lstli9n & ref 5 3*« 1

1st

61

603*

64

78
23
105

19

51

33
20

Washtenaw Gas 1st 5s 1953.-J&J

Traction Term'l Corp 5s

t-

:

54

114

F&A /

Virginia Public Service Co—
1st & ref 53*s 1946 ser A—F&A
1st & ref 5s 1950 ser B
J&D
1st & ref 6s ser O 1952
M&S
Debs f 6s 1946.
F&A
Virginian Power 1st 5s 1942.J&D
Wabash Telephone—
1st M 43*s A 1956——'
J&J
Warren Ohio Telep 6s 1942.M&N
Washington Gas & El Co—
1st s f 53*s 1947
F&A
1st M5Ks 1953.
J&J
1st

43

77

J&D
1952-J&D

503*

503*
503*

M&N
w 1960-F&A
313* Washington Gas Lt 5s '60.-M&N
6%
Refunding 5s 1958
J&J
82
Wash Ry & El g 4s 1951
J&D
75
Anacost & Pot 5s 1949
A&O
68
1st guar 5s 1949
A&O
50
Citv & Sub 5s g 1948—F&A
Washington Water Power Co—
1st ref 5s 1939 op
J&J
1st & gen 5s 1960
.70
J&J

72

37..J&J

Toledo Edison 5s

75

-31 H
-63*

M&S15
Tokyo Elec Light Co (Japan)1st

103

104

41

5-

....

Virginia Electric & Power—
1st & ref M 4s ser A 1955.M&N

7

1st 5s g 1942.-F&A
Westchester El 1st 5s g '43 .J&J

Toho Electric Power

993*

96

1023*
733*

1033*

1043*

f

—

Union Ry

Yonkers Ry 1st 5s 1946.-A&O
Tide Water Power 1st 5s '79.F&A

.■

% 24"

General

.1st ref g 4s 1960 opt

Cum income 6s 1952
Cum income 6s (wis)

Conv 6s 1933..
-J&D f
Vermont LtgCorp 1st 5s'44 A&O f
Vesten Elec Ry 7s 1947
J&D f

;; 953*

01
92

Worcester Transit Association—

•

,

95

903*

Corp—

1st mtge 4s 1961
J&D
rolverine Pow adj 4 %a Mar 1 '59
Worcester St Ry 5s A 1947. J&D
1

1063*
1063*

105

112

1938-1946-

48 serial deb June 1

Isconsin Public Service

12

1023*

105K

J&J

1st & ref 8s 1944

773*

87

1013*»

—J&J
M&N
tisconsin Power & Light—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1966
J&D

87

Utilities Public Service Co—

"■

Co—

Wisconsin Minn Light & Power—
1st & ref 5s 1944 opt '19--M&N

22

86

Utilities Power & Light Corp—
Deb g 53*s 1947
J&D f
Deb 5s 1959—

M

1st

85

Gen & ref 7s 1947

20

102

101H

A&O

3 3*s 1966

Wisconsin Michigan Power
1st mtge 3 9*s 1961

X

Gen 5s 1952 series E

993*
1023*

41

733*

Hydro-Elec Co—
5s 1947
A&O

,

8

•

_

Utica & Mohawk Valley Ry—
1st 43*s 1941
M&S

1013*
101

104}
59 3

39

Wisconsin

J&D 15
A&O t
J&J t

Gen 53*s 1949 ser O
Gen M 5s 1956 ser D

104

1023*

-

63*s 1956---—M&S
Texas Power & Light—
•
Deb g 6s 2022 ser A
..J&J
1st & ref 5s 1956
M&N
Texas Pub Serv 1st 5s (w-s) 1961
Texas Traction Co 5s 1937--J&J
Third Avenue Ry (New "* ork)—

64

57;

Light Co—

"

753*
Deb 6s May 1 2022
M&N
'87
1st lien gen M 5s 1944
F&A
84
1st lien & gen M43^s 1944-F&A
Utica Belt Line Street Ry—
1st 5s 1939.
M&N f 10
116
Utica El L & P 1st 5s 1950-- -J&J
1193*
Utica G & El ref & ext 5s '57 J&J

■"'i':,) 93

1st mtge

1

98 *
101

;

53*

J&D /

2004

1

86

95

United Traction (Albany)—
Con g 43*s

663*
663*

1.64-3*

_M&N

1st lien 6s ser B 1953

87

Gen inc 4-5s ser B

6s 1954

,85

82

--

Telephone Service (Ohio)—

s

J&J
1965-—J&J

1965

Gen 4-5s series A

29

,.-643*

f 53*s ser A'1952--M&N
f 5Hs ser B 1952—M&N

s

Coll

United Telep Del 6s A 1948 A&O
United Tel & Tel 53*s<A '53-M&N

9

Ask

103%
58%

65

United Securities Co—
20

Bid

25

22
273*

July 1 1934
J&J f
City & Sub Pub Serv 5s '34.J&J f
Gen g 4s

1183*

.---—--J&D

1958

a.

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Deb 5s

j fc

month'preceding'the LVton™"

NOT^M.

Nominal-1

"

Dec., 1937]

PUBLIC

UTILITY

79

STOCKS

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Stocks

Bid

Par

Stocks

Ask

Cable & Wireless Ltd—'
Amer dep rec 7%% A ord..£l
Amer dep rec B ord-,
£1
Amer

dep rets 5%% pre"*

75c

6% preferred

6% preferred series of 1927
6 % preferred
Calif Water Serv 6% pref
Canada Nor Pow com

85

100

1%

1

Capital Transit (Wash, DC) 100
Carolina Pow & Light $7 pref —*

■

,

0% preferred
Cent Hud G & El

12**
107

*

—

$7 preferred-.

18

69%
79}*

100

IVftTTftPtfi

•f- 82-

Preferred

100

32

42

.100

32

45

32

38

Preferred 7%
6%% preferred

2%
96

2Vs

>

8}*

—

Preferred.

6

96

97

4

•

100

%
%

wM
100%

1—100

",2%

100

Preferred
100
Cincinnati Street Ry
50
Cincin & Suburb Bell Telep
50
Cities Service com-.————*

Preferred-—————100

27

<'r

94

50

60

65

Essex & Hudson Gas

100

178

European Elec class A
Option warrants

2%
28
25*

2%
19%

26

32

30

1%

37

395*

107?*
33 %

100

275*
1X

2%

44%

22

26

31

32%

20

21

32

37

'A
112

5l"

47
37

39

53*

55*

114

117

42 X

44%

%
9%

1%

y*

7
66

68

113}*
26 %
95%

96

1%

<24

26

195

196

92}*
84}*

:-f\

Cuban Telephone pref_.__-._100
Cumberland Gas com
1

Cumberland Co (Maine)
Power & Lt 6% pref

100

5%% preferred
100
Dallas Power & Light 7% pref 100
6% preferred....:
*
Dayton Pow & Lt 4 % % pref. 100
Denver

Tramway

Preferred..

77%

95

1H

-.1
96

99

110

114

110

7%

8%

88

89

65%

69

_»
_*

$5 preferred

1

w

n*

5

8

Duquesne Light—See Phila Co—
East Coast Public Service vtc-.l
Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc's com *

6% preferred
4J*% prior preferred
Eastern Mass St Ry com
6% 1st pref stamped
6% pref B stock-.
5% adjustment stock

4

5

100

3%
30%

31

100

53

54?*

100

80c

100
100

22

100

Gold & Stock Telep
(guar)
Green & Coates—See Phila

Pow Corp $6 pref
Greenwich Gas $1.25 pref
Greenwich Wat & Gas

Hamilton Gas common

v

t

Hartford Electric Light
—

Ry

Without par

value,

3%

1.00
30

6

8

2%

3

k Last sale,




25

.

——

25
1

com

6% preferred
Haverhill Elec Co

1100
25
100
*

Preferred

n

10

21

Lexington Wat Serv nrpf_.
Light & Pow Securities Co

97

*

33
8

; •

100

111

.100
Preferred
100
Lowell Electric Light
25
Luzerne Co Gas & El $6 pref.100

12*

■

44

100

7% preferred
100
Lynn Gas & Elec Co.
25
Mackay Companies 4% pref—100

101%
77
3

Maiden Electric Co
—5
Maiden & Melrose Gas Lt
25
Manhattan Railway 7% guar 100

83
21
14

6%
6%

Francisco). 100

)■%

100

4%

100

8%

non-cum 2d

preferred ..100
Mass Power & Light Associat'n—

1%

*
*

1%

conv

partic preferred

%

■

$2 Preferred
*
Warrants
*
Mass Utilities Associates vtc.-l

19
K-/:

1%
26%
4%

50

Memphis Natural Gas
»
Memphis Power & Light $7 pf. *

58%
z49

*

65
96

—

18*
V

6%

W I**

com

:4

7c

1%

*

2

1*

10c

Milw Elec Ry & Light—

55%

28

30
45

6% pref series 1921
—100
Minnesota Pow & Lt 7% pref 100
$6 cum preferred
.100

92%
79
68%

Mississippi Power $6 pref—

47

5c
■

42

%

%
1%

2

$7 preferred

235

225

17

15%

79

Missouri Pow & Lt .$6 pref
Missouri Pub Service co m

Monongahela L & P—See PhilaCo
MonongahPla St Ry—See PhilaCo
Monon-West Perin P S 7% pref 25

23

Montana Dakota Utilities

com

106

7%
107%

104

106

Montreal

17%

7%

5%

<5 18

Light—
28%

30

States Power

com

51"

49

51

Mountain

14

17

15
87
6

18

Montana Power 6% pref
Municipal Service 6% pref

88

Nassau &

8

-■

5

preferred

92

*
-.*

29%
88

56

5?*

*

16"

100

States Tel & Tel

Suffolk

5%

go*.

10

49

7%

10

100
100

40
100

Telegraph
Montreal Tramways com
Mountain Fuel Supply
Mountain

96

%
85

*

3

*

50

•

58
103

*

Illinois North Utilities
6% pf 100

5%

50

*

Mississippi Riv Pow 6% pref-100
Mississippi Valley Utilities
*

5% preferred.—.
6% preferred
VIontana Power 6% pref.—
Montreal L H & Pow Conis

*

*
*

Miss Power & Light 6%
pref

35

108

Indianapolis Ry Co v t c
100
Interboro Rapid Transit-——100

17%
104

%

25

111

7% pref-100

82

100

3%

109

Indiana Service Co
6% pref-. 100
7% preferred
100
Indianap Pow & Lt 6%% pf.100

2%

46%
38%

100

*

105
77

Ilium & Power Secur 1st
pref.100
illuminating Shares class A
I .*
Indiana Hydro Elec

74

ill*

100

6% preferred
7% preferred

5%

123

100

93

*

100

7% pref.—100

National City Lines com.—.1
$3 conv preferred
50

15*
:

22

10%
37%
35*
8%
62%

50

4%
7%
18%

Internat Ocean Teleg
(guar)..100
International Power Co—
*

%e
81%
3%

85%
4%

Nebraska Power 7%

78

80

Nevada-Calif Electric com——100
Preferred
200

5
52

47*:*

Newark Consolidated Gas—100

120

Internat Hydro-El Syst A
Conv pref $3.50 series

25

Warrants

1st preferred
100
Internat Power Securities com..*
Units

International Ry v t c
International Telep & Teleg

Nominal,

r

Canadian price,

x

100

*
J

?

Convertible pref A
*
Midland Util 7% prior lien. .100
6% prior lien
100
7% preferred class A
.100
6% preferred class A—.100

178

50

•:

_*

..100

Louisiana Power & Light $6
pf_*
Louisv Gas & Elec com cl A
*

Midland United

100

Arrears certificates

57

100

Corp
6%% preferred
Long Island Lighting com
7% preferred A....
6% preferred B

80

7% pref
100
6% 1st preferred.
*
Ml Commercial
Telep $6 pref—I*
...

35 "

*

Preferred

65

50

5% Preferred

20

26

*

Hestonville M & F—See PhilaRT

Holyoke Water Power..

41
40

53%

*

c

25

100

•&; 73

25

k

.1125

com

57

5% preferred.
——.100
Lawrence Gas & Elec Lt
25
Lexington Util 6%% pref——.25

Warrants
Middle West Utilities.
$6 conv preferred series A

72

'I

98

102

57%

* r

IIII100

Hartford Gas

Laclede Gas Light

$6 preferred series O

24%
32
7

—.25

Bridge

i-

6% preferred
100
7% preferred
100
Kentucky Utilities 6% pref.. 100
7% junior preferred
50
Keystone Pub Serv $2.80 pref. *
Keystone Telephone $4 pref
50
Kings Co Ltg 7% pref
100
5% preferred
100

78
70

25

7 % pref class A
Hamilton

Kansas Power & Light—

62

*
6% pf.100
Gulf States Util $6
pref
*
$5.50 pref
* >i
Uackensack Water

92*
105

100%

.100

—

$6 prior preferred
,__*
Mexican Northern Ry com
.100
Preferred
—.100
Middle West Corp com
5

90

68
23

119

Metropolitan Edison Co—

75

92

*

Jl*

$6 preferred

31

28
73

100
R T

Green Mt

Foreign share ctfs
*

48

%
85%
87%
l05'y. V.
6%

60

$6 preferred

•v

40

85

Illinois Power &

*

*

.*

*

3

16

.< 55

125*

*

52*
82

100
7% pref.. 100

Common without warrants

15

*

33

.....

Common with warrants

44

Germantown Pass—See PhilaRT
Gloucester Elec Lt Co
25

lOOM

36

2%

12%

$3 preferred
Georgia Power $6 preferred
$5 preferred

1

100

2%

*

85

37

35

Kansas Elec Pow
6% pref
Kansas Gas & Elec

6%

25

20

$3 conv preferredWarrants.

_

...

20

*

com

*

6 % prior preferred

Gen Telep Allied
Corp $6 pref
*
Gen Wat Gas & Elec com A....1

100}*
14

*

35

_

81

Modified 5% guar..
100
Marcon Int Marine
Commun'y—
Amer dep rets for ord shs
£1

34

*

79

*

;

7% pref. .100
6% preferred
100
Italian Superpower common A..*
Debenture rights.
Jamaica Pub Service Ltd..
*
.Preferred * i 1 v
5
100
Jamaica Water Supp
7% % pf. .50
Jersey Cent Pow & Lt 7% pf.100
6% preferred
...100
5%% preferred
100
Kansas City Power &
Light—
1st pref $6 series B
^
Kansas City Pub Serv

Market St Ry(San
6 % preferred

50

Telephone Corp

1%
50
50

——*
_

$7 junior preferred

28

—

B_

ser

5%-Preferred-—

Gen

105

100

Duluth Superior Transit com
Duquesne Nat Gas common
$4 preferred.

33

$6 conv pref

pref ser A

Illinois Iowa Power common

102

7Va

33

._.*

2%

37

*

cum com

Idaho Power

*

Detroit Edison
Duke Power.

(Del) com A.. ♦
5% prior preferred——*

•

3%
125

1?*
8?*
70X
1%

100

..*

Louisville Railway Co

37

120

*

com

Hudson County Gas

1

B9H

100

Derby Gas & Elec $7 pref
Detroit & Canada Tunnel—

*

common

Houston Natural Gas com

;

*

com

85%

76

*

98%

$6

Havana Elec

25

$4.50 preferred
Continental Gas & Electric—
7 % prior preferred
100
Continen Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Orescent Public Service com
1

Gatineau Power

Preferred

100

41

41%

102
3

.100

Preferred
27

1

*

Gas & Elec of Bergen
County.100
Gas utilities Co
»

2i

%

38
41

Corp.--....*

Cons Trac of N J—See P S
Corp
Cons Trac (Pittsb)—See Phila Co

Consumers Gas (Reading)
Consumers Gas (Toronto)
Consumers Power $5 pref

30%

$0 preferred
General Pub Util common.

44

$5 preferred
*
Consolidated Gas Utilities com.l

28%

Gen 1 talian Edison Elec
Corp—
Amer shs for
ordinary stock.
Gen Public Service

107

1

Cons Gas E L & P (Bait)
*
5% preferred series A.
100
Cons Edison Co of N Y com—«.*

*

Gen Gas & Elec

70

98%

100
25
Connecticut Ry & Lighting... 100
4%% preferred
100
Consol Elec & Gas $6 pref
*

28

$7 preferred
$8 preferred

27 %

*

2%
27

Frankf'd & S'thwark—see Phila R. T.
Franklin Telegraph (guar)... 100
32
Gardner Elec Light common. 100
130

78%

105

*

2
26

98

100

Lone Star Gas

,25(

„

61

..-

84

A'-**
Co.

*

5% preferred

35

60

♦

12

*

—

Foreign Light & Power units

1035*
9J4

9H
77%

-

14%

W

50

Fitch burg Gas & Elec Light.. 50
Florida Power & Lt $7 pref
*

112

101

Commonwealth Gas
1
Commonwealth & Sou Corp com *
Optional warrants.———
$6 preferred-———*
Community Pow & Lt com
♦
First preferred 6%
100
Community Pub Se?v com
25
Community Water Serv com
1
7% preferred
*
Concord Elec Co 6 % pref
100

53

13%

*

Preferred..
Gary Elec & Gas

1%

..

"7%

%
R. T.v

$7 preferred

5%
85

26

5% conv preferred
100
Columbus Delaware & Marion—
7 % preferred
•
100
Columbus & Southern Ohio Elec
6% preferred A
—100
6 % % preferred B
100
Commonwealth Edison Co.—25

%

r>u

Phila.

Fed St & Pleasant Val—See Phila
Federal Water Service com A__*

$6 preferred

2%

Coast Co Gas & El 1st pref. .100
Oolum G & El Corp (Del) com.. *
0-% preferred series A
100
tw 5% preferred.
-—-.100

—

($6)

;

6

_

$6% preferred

4%

-

Common-Connecticut Light & Power
5%% preferred
Connecticut Power

10

Fairm't Pk & Hadd Pass Ry—See
Fall River Elec Light..
25
Fall River Gas Works
25
Federal Light & Tr com
15

,rj

80

Preferred B
.10
Preferred BB
—100
Cities Serv Pr & Lt 86 pref
*
7% preferred.-100
Citizens' Pass Ry—See Phila R T
Citizens Traction—See Phila Co
Citizens Utilities com
Oleve Elec Ilium common
*
$4.50 preferred
*
Cleveland Railway
100

51

65

74

99 %

90

ilH
53

Preferred

96%

15%
7%
47%

_.*

Federal Power & Light com

100

Common
1
Conn Gas & Coke Sec pref

—*

$5% pref (with warrants)....*

%

100

6

$6 preferred
Essex Company..———.—

,98
■■

68%

4

13%
7%

1

com

$5 convertible preferred

8}*
:

67

48

-100

__

Iowa Pow & Lt 7% pref
Iowa Pub Serv $6 pref

6% preferred.

22

25

Engineers Pub Serv

11

7%
4

-

6% preferred
100
Empire Power Corp partic stk__* fc
$6 preferred
Empire Telephone com
_*

.17}*

15*

Cincinnati Gas & Elec 5% pf 100
Cincinnati Gas Transp.
100
Cine New & Cov Lt & Trac—100

S

53%

80

93

-

_...__

215

35*

Chester Water Serv 5%% pref- *
Chic City & Con com part ctfe—*
Pref partic ctfs
*
Chic Dist Elec Generat $6 pref.*

:

-.50 3-''54y
100
205

47%

3

-

45

30

40

5

18
44

1

'■

34

—5

-

19
98
350

76}*

2%

100

ser

50

'

com

85

18%
94
340

65

75 %

Conv preferred
100
Conv preferred ser of 1929- -100
6% cum pf (without warr)__100
Central States Pow & L $7 pf--*
Cent Vermont Pub Serv 6% pf_*

Series 2
Series 3
Series 4

80

-100
3

' e

RR

5

10

Iowa Southern Util

83 H

27
-

Chicago Rys partic ctfs

..5*6"

36%
5%

75

50c

vt c—

6%% preferred
$7 preferred

7% preferred

''

60

Prior lien preferred
*
Central States Edison.--——--*
Central States Elec Corp—
1

Central West Co.

43

4

83

5% preferred
100
Cent Ohio Lt & Pow 6% pf*
Central Pow & Light 7% pref 100

vx

13?*
45

.100

Eliz Consolidated Gas

7% preferred.—

44%

■

"v

Eliz & Trenton

Central N Y Power Corp

6% preferred—Cent & S W Util com-Preferred

'•<"•'4-5

*

—

25%

,

3?*
3%

—

El Paso Nat Gas com
Preferred

28

*

$6 preferred
Investors Telephone com
*
Iowa Electric 6}*s pref
100
Iowa El Lt & Pow 6% pref.. 100

41

(Del)
Preferred series A 7%

69
20
72

11%
59%
54

*

El Paso Electric Co

101%

5

<r<

*

*

Interstate Natural Gas
Interstate Power pref $7..

13?*

y

-

-.50

07

■■23%

* y

-.1

$7 preferred...
$6 preferred
2d pref series A
Optional warrants

125*

48 V

—

1

Class B

23$

58
52

*

$1.75 preferred
$3.50 prior preferred
Warrants

1%

qn%

*

-

Class A full paid

109

100 %

Cent 111 Pub Serv $6 pref.*
Cent Indiana Gas 6%% pref-100
Cent Indiana Power 7% pref 100
Central Maine Pow $6 pref
100

22%
4%

*

Elec Power Association

•27

50
com....

22

*

—

—

Elec Power & Light Corp

90c

4%% preferred.
100
Cent Illinois Light 4%% pref. 100

*
*

$6 preferred
$5 preferred

83

1%
22%

>:

Bid

Par

International Utilities A

67

■'

*
*

'81

9

—

62

*

com

1%
11}*
.'87 v'

84%
78%

$6 preferred_
J)
♦
Cent Arkan Pub Serv Corp pf 100
Central Elec and Tel com
1

Util Assoc

Electric Bond & Share.

91}*
18}*

18

* r

74

Conv stock

63

100

Canadian Marconi

Eastern

62

Stocks

Ask

69

$7 preferred series A
$6 preferred series B_——

4%

100

.

Bid

Eastern States Corp com—

15c

£1

Calif-Oregon Power Co—

/

Par

6% % pf 100
—100

East Shore Pub Serv

1

7%
18%

$6 preferred

-

40

I

1

2

6%
7%<

7%

Ex-dividend.

National Gas & Elec com
National Power & Light com

7%

6% preferred..

10

*
*
1st pref 100
——.100

106

99

Quotation* for all securities

Par

Stocks
New

Bid

are as near as

Common class B

120

100

—*
100
—

118**

$6 preferred-———--—*
$6 prior pref
—*

IP
104**

Philadelphia Co com

preferred
pref__.
egheny Traction

106

76%

—5

<,

5%

-

86

100

IP
9%
70**

•;

34

52

5**% preferred---

12

Public Elec Light pref
Public Serv of Colo 7%

80

100

13 %
73

100
pref-100

68

88 **

89**

$5 preferred

62

12)4

15

53
31
90
99

33
35

,

109%
78
82

N J

4%

18

98

100

.X

90

128
108

43

V

■

3

101**

*

92

23"

6% conv preferred
-100
Omaha & Council Bluffs Railway

87**

95

iOO
*

7%
55

60

$3 preferred

4% cum pref
Oregon W ash Water pref
& Bridge

Ottawa Light
Preferred

Heat & Pow.—100

••/.

.

---100
lOt
Pacific & Atlantic Tel (gu)
25
Pacific Gas & Electric-——.—25
1st preferred (6%)——.25
1st preferred (5**%)——..25

Ottawa

93
112

10
60

Riverside Traction..

**

loo""
20

14

18

26**
285*
25**

*
♦

265*

38

101**

Pacific Pow & Lt 7% pref-—-100

49

6% preferred
-100
Pacific Public Service—
Common non-voting
1st preferred
——-—*
Pacific Telep & Teleg
100
6%
preferred
-.100
Paterson & Passaic Gas & El—100
Pecos Valley Pow & Lt com
*
Peninsular Telep Co com
*
Preferred
100
Penn Edison Co $2.80 pref
* fc
$5 preferred
——*
Penn-Ohio
Edison—
'

29

25**
38**
102

35

Warrants.-...

..........

Warrants B

—

52

6

Without par value.




San Joaquin Lt

h1

52%

35*

107

Non-voting
Class B

86

83
110

115
10

9
107
10c

75c
107

109

**

i

7%
6%

7
1
3%

100
*

.

»

iW——

6%

preferred series B

25

—25

Original preferred—25
Southern Calif Gas Co—
,w
6% preferred series A—.—25
Southern Canada Power.—
*
Southern Col Pow com A
25
Preferred
----100
South & Atlan Teleg (guar)—.25

X Called Dec. 21 at 120.

k Last sale,

n

Nominal,

1

100

cum

cum

West Va Ohio River

Preferred
West Va

4;:. 5

Western

62%
33c
5c

-

Western Union Telegraph-.

William sport

26

35

28
12**
25*

Preferred
Wisconsin Pow & Lt 6%

215*
24 5*

235*

Water pref-.

Winnipeg Elec class A
Class B

20c

21

100

Westmoreland Water pref—.—-*
Wheeling Elec 6% pref
.100

•V 55c
i

,

——25
Western Massachusetts Cos
~
Western N Y Water pref

9
64

7%

......

Water Serv pref
Lt & Tel com

Preferred

i,

.v

76

pref...

Bridge—

Common

.!l4

South Calif Edison common—25

1

common-.......1

...

West Texas Utilities $6

,19% 4 20
885*
865*
99
96
1**
V JA

'if

—

2

14

West Penn Power 7 %

1**
n,;f 9
flff 34

Southeastern Pow & Lt—
Warrants
——-—-

5** % preferred series O

m

T

South Carolina Power 8% prefSoutheastern Gas & Water A

Common

11

preferred——.—.100
preferred
....100
pref—..100
6% preferred
100

112

J4 4

*

—63

1055
133
V

West Phila Pass—See Phila R T

Brook
pref

$4 preferred

50

West Penn Elec Co class A

Water Service 6%

Shawinigan Water & Power
Sioux City Gas & El $7 pref-.100
Sierra Pac Elec 6% pref...-.100
South Amer Utilities com ..-50c

47

107**
1045*
125*

Washington Wat Pow 6% pref--

19

4

2

79

5

*

Preferred

107

...—100
& Power—

1st $5 preferred
2d $5 preferred
Second Ave RR Cop (NY)
2d & 3d Sts Ry—See Phila R

88**
102

7% cum pref—.100
Virginia Elec & Power—
$6 preferred
*
Virginia Pub Serv 7% pref
100
6% preferred
—-100
Washington (D O) Gas
....*
Wash (D O) Gas Lt pref
*
Wash Gas & Elec 7% pref
100
Wash (D O) Ry & El com..—100

96%
96%

95**
955*

105**

Seattle Gas common--

77
100

*

....

-*
—

--100
pref-100

7% preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Corp 7 % pfl00
6**% preferred
---100
Wisconsin Telep 7% pref—.100

27**
;;f 36
v

Co-.---..—

285*

Wolverine Power

13

"

Worcester Trans Assoc

3%

55

60

17

York (Pa) Railways

pref-..—50

York Water Co..............

22

r Canadian price,

t New stock,

x

Ex-divldend.

;

98

87

*

Utilities Power & Lt cl A

30
54

17

29**
10**

;5,

29

110

110**

61

96**

& Elec 6% pref III IOO
7% preferred
——.100
Utah Power & Light—
"56 preferred
J7 preferred
*
Utica Gas & Elec 7% pref—..100
$6 preferred
*

10%
30%

Scranton Electric $6 pref—----*

Scranton-Spring

A

United Tel

4%

I

10

137**

24

58

100

|3 preferred

75
111

20

com

'

.2**

B

United Pub Util

99

65

22

2

$2.75 preferred

101**

10

92

Class B common............1

108

122

18
99

90

7 % 'flrererred
..100
United Public Service Corp..
.1

75*

preferred-—--—100

7% prior

'v

2%
14

4 42

6% prior preferred
100
Savannah El & Pow 6% pref-100

19**
118

4

97

■:4

126

19

114**
134**

Penn Western Gas & El com—12
15
17
11' 4.14
Pennsylvania Gas common.—..*
\
71
Penna Gas & Elec Corp $7 pref..*
68
Partic class A stock
*
10 r
10**
Penna Gas & Elec Co 7 % pref-100
25
30
100
102
Pennsylvania Power 6% pref_100
102
104
6.60% preferred
100
93
Pennsylvania Pow & Lt $7 pref.*
92**
86
$6 preferred
..* 4 83
80
77
$5
preferred
*
Pennsylvania State Water, pref.* r 80
■f 84
Penna Telephone $6 pref
100
69""
Pennsylvania Water & Pow
*
36""
Peonle'* G L & C (Chic)
100
35**

*

6% preferred series O
J00
6% preferred series D__—100
5% preferred series E
—100
Roch Telep $6** pref
—10u
Rockland Light & Power——10
St Louis County Water pref—100
St Louis Pub Serv common—
7% prefer led
San Antonio Pub Serv 7% pf.100

25c

*
*

6.36|| preferred....

18

315*
16**

Rochester Gas & Electric—

8% preferred

5J*

f

50
--50

92

10c

100

Corp

Common

80

Ol&SS

95

3
90

6% cum 1st pref
United Light & Ry 6% pref—.100

,

Ridge Ave Pass—See Phila R T
Rio Grande Valley Gas v t c
1
Preferred

Traction

Pacific Lighting Corp com
Preferred
($6)

Amer shares

IP

90

United 111 Co of New Haven
*
United Lt & Pr com A-.—..*

86

97

representing cornRhode Isld Pub Serv $2 pref ... '

15

60

55*
40

$5 preferred-...

83""

Rhine-Westphalia Elec Pow—

8%
20

6% preferred

59

57

...

83
1205*
1205*

Z*

-/? 52

29
"n

57**

United Gas Improvement—...*

38

Rapid Transit Ry—See P 8 Corp
Republic Nat Gas com—
1

100

...

46

130

$5 preferred B
$3.50 conv 1st pref

98

27,
5*

United Gas & Elec (Conn) com.
7% preferred
100 x
United Gas Corp com...........
1
$7 pref series A
*
Warrants

955*

I 94**

109%

90

pref 100

$3 cum preferred
Warrants

106

39

Okla Nat Gas Corp com

United

138

122

18

86**

—

133

7% preferred
6% preferred
$5 preferred
*
Consolidated Trac of N J—100

108

Union Gas (Canada)
-..—.*
Union Gas System com -..—._*
Preferred
__50
Union Pass—See Phila R T
Union Traction—See Phila R T

93
37

90

36**

36

99%

95*
80

100
31

16

v

~~

104

98
29

6% preferred
——5
i$ Ohio Valley Gas com
——*1
Ohio Water Service A com
*

pref 100

,;l

76

preferred

12
24

94

*
7% preferred
100
Union Electric Co of Missouri—
7
preferred
100
6
preferred
100

165*

102

5%

Twin States Gas <Sr El
7%
Twin City Rapid Transit

;

_

14**
8%

Rapid Transit St Ry Co—100
178
So Jersey Gas & Elec Trac.-100
80
Public Serv Co of Nor HI.—--60
80
35
Common
——-—*
91**
6% preferred--—.100 X 120**
::1201S«
100
7% preferred
100
84
36
Public Serv of Okla 6% pref—100
90
40
7% preferred
100
111**
*
109** Public Serv El & G $5 pref
17
81
Puget Sound Pr & Lt $6 pref _ . *
30
84
$5 prior preferred
*
89
Quebec Power common.
.•--* r 16**

23

m

108

110

IS* SueensCorp of Amer E 6% pf 100
adio
Borough G &
*

---100

45*
100

95
104
113

87)4
95%

Oklahoma Gas & Elec 7%

6

27 %

AH

6% preferred
*
Third Avenue Ry (N Y)
100
13th & 16th Sts—See Phila R T
Tidewater Power 6% pref
*
Toledo-Edison pref A 7 %
100
6% preferred100

24

:

16""

24

$3.50 preferred
*
Texas Power & Lt 7%
pref—100

4

—*
*
—100
100
-—-—100

♦

25

5

85"*
80

4

27**
115*
23**
V 15*

4:96

93

22,

SvlOO

9**

1

B

145*
95**

*55*

Texas Gas Util com
1
Texas Hydro Elec common....*

3**

■4;. 15*

32

1%

25

x

3

100

20

36

88

--1

Ohio Service Holding com

37

2%
18

395*

50

/

17

—-—♦

Public Serv Corp of
8% preferred—

8
37

26

pref-AlOO
6% preferred
100
Public Serv of Ind $7 prior pref—*
$6 preferred
—*
Public Serv Co of N H $6 pref--*

14**

60

—100
100

5** % 1st preferred
6% preferred
7% preferred

75

66

100

7% preferred
Ohio Power 6% prefOhio Public Service 5%

.

90

---*

$7 preferred

41

37

4.;

27

IP

63

50
*

Ohio Elec Power 6% pref

6
27

pref 100

Providence Gas

72

7% preferred
100
6% preferred
100
(Minn) $5 series cum pref—-*
Northern Texas Elec 6% pref-100
Northwest Electric 7 % pref—100
North West UtU 7% pref—-100
7% prior lien
--100
N'western Pub Serv 6% pref-100
7% preferred
100
Northwestern Telegraph
Ohio Edison $6 pref

10

12

8

Teleg & Cable 7% pref 100
pref--100
100
Potomac Elec Pow 6% pref—100
5** %
preferred
100
Power Corp of Canada com
*

41

74**

—25
Northern N Y Util pref
-100
North Penn Gas 7 %pref-——— *
Nor States Power (Del) cl A -100

W 6

Postal

39
70

Northern Liberties Gas

3

50

8

100
100

25

7% preferred

7

6% pref 100

16

Potomac Edison Co 6%

1**

100
com--*

4

4- 5

100

7% prior preferred

Portland Gas Light

,38

49

—100

Nor Indiana Pub Ser
7% preferred

<

Portland Gas & Coke 7 %

7

6% preferred
7% preferred
Northeastern Wat & Elec
Preferred--

2%

'1%

30

4- 2

100
*
100

Plainfield Union Water

%

Class

20
■

i

38
80
75
93

Preferred
$
Superior Wat"Lt & p"ow~7 %" pfl00
Swiss American Elec
pref
100
-racuse Ltg 6% pref100
6% % preferred
—100
8%
preferred
100
Tacony-Palmyra Bridge—
5% conv preferred
...—100
Tampa Elec Co
Rights
Tennessee EI P 1st pref (7%)-100
7.2% 1st preferred
100
1st preferred (6%)
100
5% cum 1st preferred-——100
Terre Haute Elec 6% pref
100
Texas Electric Ry
100
Texas Elec Service $6
pref
*

10

15

94

*

„

19

25

50

Portland Elec Pow 6% pref

97

$6 cum prior pref
Standard Pow & Lt com—

50

h

135*

2**

38

Standard Gas & Elec com-—..-*
"7 cum prior pref
*
54 cum preferred
*

4

;

2

Springfield City Water 0% pf 100
Springfield Gas & Elec pref
*
Springfield Gas Lt Co
25
Springf d (Mass) St Ry Cos pf 100

Phila R T

Pitts Suburban Wat pref

22**

38

Util com—100

14

■■

2H

121

45

6
40

pd)-60

($17**

Traction—See

Phila

96

*

2%

'88
146

119

32**
115**
315*
2**

V
35*
: 35

83

10
5

11

10

31

81

*

-

10

27""

Ridge Ave Pass ($28 pd)-—50

Union Traction

-

_

31**
115**

common

143

113**

2d & 3d Sts Ry guar
50
13th & 15th Sts Pass Ry--—50
Union Pass ($30 5-6 pd)
50

52

—50

Nor Amer Utility Sec-*
Nor Bost Ltg Prop com.-.—--*
Preferred
100
North Continent

90

—

m

22

T
T
...*
*

West Phila Pass guar

J*
15*
22%

pref—
Amer Light & Pow

8

50

19

.

Gl"

66

:

North Amer Edison $6

$6 preferred

108

95**

100

preferred

37

32

--*
--*

Niagara Huds m Power--—---10
1st pref $5 series—-——-100
2d pref 6% series
—-100
Class A option warrants
Class B option warrants.——North American Co com
-*

North

98**

.

$7 preferred series A
$6 preferred
N Y Water Serv 6% pref

6%

32

115

___————*

Common

89

97
27

100

preferred

24**
85*

6

-------------

New York Steam Co—

12

25

V

.23**

preferred---*--—----100

-

•'47

9
20

«.

21**

18**

Philadelphia Elec Co com.
$5 preferred
Phila Elec Power 8% preff
25
Philadelphia Rapid Transit—50
7%
preferred!
60
Citizens Passenger guar
50
Continen Pass Ry ($29 pd)-50
Fairm't Pk & Haddington. .50
Prandf'd & Southwark Pass.50
Germantown
Passenger
50
Green & Ooates Sts ($15 pd) 50
Hestonville M & F com
50
Preferred
60
PhilaCityPass Ry($225* pd)-50
Phila & Darby Pass Ry
50
Phil & Gray's Fy ($25 pd)—50
Philadelphia Traction
50

5

45

NY&Richmond Gas 6% pref 100
N Y & Queens El L & Pow—
Common---

7•'
38

'

j

113
7
50

50

Monongahela Lt & Pow
Monongahela St Ry
Phila & Darby—See Phila R
Phila & Grays—See Phila R

98""

94
5
34
3

6% preferred---50
New Orleans Pub. Serv com-—-*
7% preferredNew Rochelle Water 7% pref 100
N Y Mutual Telegraph
26
N Y City Omnibus common-—-*
Option warrants.
N Y Pow & Lt Corp $0 pref-—--*

7%

78**
110

70

10

B

Southwestern Bell Tel pref—.100
Southwest Cons Gas Util com
1
Southwest Gas (Okla) 7% pref 100
Southwestern G & E 7% pref-100
Southwestern Lt & Pr com A—*
Preferred
*

35**

----

50
pref
60
Duquesne Light 5% 1st pref 100

Citizens Traction
Consolidated Trac

98

§6 pref---*
Water pref
100

New Jersey
New Mexico Gas com

58

*

t preferred
cum

Federal St & Pleasant Val—25

106

New Jersey Pow & Lt

cum

i

90

100
—o0
Hud Riv Ry & Fer pref 100

Power Assn 6% pre*
New Haven Water-—N J &

16**
15**

.8
62

35

.-—-60
*
50

37

Ask

Southern New Eng Telep...-100
Southern Union Gas com
*
Preferred
__25
So Jer G El & Tr—See P S Corp

57

7**

*

2

15**

Class

96

120**

35

.

1%

10%

53

33

Tel-----100
Light &

100

Peoples Water & Gas pref

23

Co pref—-100
Ser com
*
$7 prior preferred
$7 preferred
*

2 J*

9%

-

Bid

Par

Southern Indiana G & E—
4.80% cum preferred
—100
Southern Nat Gas class A com--*

45

35

Peoria Water Works 7% pref-100
Phila City Pass—See PhUa R T

17%.
68%

66 5*
20

New England Pow
New England Pub

New England Tel &
New England Water

*

Stocks

Ask

15*
**

*

i
.....

Preferred

31

29
11

*

as** preferred stamped
New Eng Pow Assn com

6% preferred
$2 preferred

w

Scrip

Asan¬

the month preceding the date of issue

Bid

Par

Peoples Light & Pow Awi

Brunswick Light—

Heat & Power-—-

New Eng Gas & Elec

possible for the closing day of

Stocks

Ask

STOCKS

UTILITY

PUBLIC

80

;

Under the heading "Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities'1 we include
all issues which do not
appear
under the previous three headings,
namely "Railroads" "Investing Companies" and "Public Utilities."
In the
case of stocks,
however, we put "Textile Manufacturing," "Insurance," "Mining," "Real Estate and
Land,"
"Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit
Companies" under separate heads, then follow with the rest of the
"Industrial and Miscellaneous."
NOTICE—All bond prices

Bonds

Bid

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Abbotts Dairies deb 6s 1942.M&S

are as near as

Ask

Bonds

103

1st lien & ref 5s 1942—...M&N
Purch money 6s 1998—Q-Feb

104*

60*

62

99*
87*
90*

Cons M s f 4*s ser D
Beth Steel Corp 4*s to

61

61

Coll tr g 4s 1947....
J&D
4*s stamped 1946
F&A
Addressograph-Multigraph Corp
4~4Ks 1938-1939
A&O
5-6*8 1940-1946
A&O
Advance Bag & Paper 6s '52. J&D
Ex scrip....................

92

91""

_.

6s 1956
British Am Oil deb 4s 1945—M&S
British Columbia Pulp & Paper—

94

/ 25
99
99

M&N
M&N

1st series B 1948
Budd (E G) Mfg 6s ext 1941
57

15-yr

/ 13
83

Corp deb 4*s *50. A&O

86

93.

94*
86*
101*

101*

69
67

105*

97

— —

f 7s 1955
.—..M&S
Aluminium Ltd s f deb 5s '48.J&J
Amor Aggregates Corp—
s

102
107

98*
106

_

New 3-6s 1943
F&A
Amer Colortype 6s 1942
F&A
Amer Dept St's (Pa) 6s '48.-J&D

75

Amor Dept St's (Del) 6s '47. J&D
Am Fruit Growers ert 7s '43.F&A
Amer Ice Co deb 5s 1953
J&D
Amer I G Chem Corp—
Conv deb 5*s 1949
M&N
Amer International Corp—

98

102*

6*% notes 1956
-J&D
Am Lime & Stone 5*s '51
M&S
Am Mach & Metals 4s 1943..J&J

103

96*

Conv 5*s 1949
...J&J
Amer La France & Foamite—

100

Canada Bread 6s 1941
—F&A
Can Cement 1st 4 *s serA'51 M&N
Canada SS L 6s '41 ser A
A&O
1st & gen 5s 1957

f 53

56

95

97

80

82*

68

71

'

Amer Nat Co (Ohio) 6s 1938.J&J
Amer Radiator deb 4*8 '47.M&N
Amer Seating 6s stamped 1946—
Am Silica-Sand 6s 1951
M&S
Am Tobacco deb 4s 1951...-F&A
Debenture 6s 1944
A&O
American Type Founders Inc—
Conf s f deb 2*-5s 1950—J&J
Am Wire Fabrics 1st 7s '42..M&S

Camaguey Sugar 7s ctfs 1942
Campbell River Timb 6s '41-J&J
Canada Biscuit 6*s 1946--M&N

97*

105*
95
95

Canadian Bakeries 6*s '45.M&S
Canadian Canners Ltd 4s'5lM&N
Canadian Internat Paper—
1st M 6s 1949—.
Canadian Nat Steamships—

Conv

89

/ 10

109"

106
118

/106
95

Amer Writ Paper 1st 6s 1947 J&J
Certificates of deposit
Conv 6s 1961
Ann Apr

20
23

f 20

f

22

23*

Sink fund den 4*s 1950.-A&O
Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate—

101

101*

/ 35*

38

/ 23*

J&J

26

(San Fran) 1942. J&D

Central

.—..M&S
M&S

86*

87*

59""

57
76
54
43

61*
/ 22
85
40

f

25

m>

: '

wm

'

45
62

•

i-'/v v. '.m

—

^

m

mm

^

'

m

47
30

"

100

103

40

45

'

f 20
26

/....

; 30
19

98

93

80

Bagley-Clifford Corp 6s 1942. J&J

102

90

Without warrants

1941.-M&N

J&J

Ohesap'ke-CampCorp4*s '47J&J
Chicago Stk Yards 5s 1961-A&O
Childs Co deb 5s 1943
A&O

/
/
/
/

'

83

Stamped w w 1938
M&S
6s without warrants 1938-M&S
Stamped ex-warr 1938..M&S
M&N

75
75
78
78

/ 60

m m'

Si"
81

63

75
99

102

/ 10
/ 19

12

*

Berkey & Gay Fum 6s stpd 1941.

/ 19

Bethlehem Fdy & Ma 5s 44 A&O

65

69
97

23

105
105
21

1953

Dold (Jac) Pack 1st 6s '42.M&N
Dom Coal 1st 4*s ser A
'52.A&O
Dominion Steel & Coal 6*s 1955
Dominion Tar & Chemical Co—
Deb 4*s ser A 1951
M&N
Dominion Textile 4*s '55.-M&S
Donnacona Pap 4-4 *s *56—F&A
DowOhem Co deb 3s 1951—J&D
Driver Harris Co—
1st mtge sink fund 6s
1942. J&D

96

/ 32*
/150

95""
:

99
106

/ 74
101*

65

■

Eastern Car Co Ltd 6s 1952.J&J
Eastern Cuba Sug 7*s '37.M&S
Eastern Dairies 6s May 1 1949—
Eastern Mfg 7s ser A 1938.-J&D
East Temple
Obrp 6s (w s) 1941.
Eaton Paper 1st 5*s 1943.M&N
Elec Auto-Lite deb 4s 1952.F&A

*69*

62
°

70
103

/ 39*
50

48""
99

Emporium Capwell Corp—
1st 48

16

99

46
76
46

6s 1943.

118

72

-

/ 40

J&D

106

fe
-

/ 71

Empire Oil & Refg 5 *s 1942 A&O
Empire Properties Corp 2-3s 1945
Empire Sheet & Tin Plate—

98*

95*
97*

102

Dryden Paper 6s 1949
F&A
Dufferin Paving & Stone—
Debenture 5s series A 1955—
Debenture 5s series B 1955
Durham Duplex Razor 6s 1955—

Elk Horn Coal 1st
6*s 1931. J&D
7% notes 1931
J&D
Ooll s f 4s 1956

6*

fe!

/ 60*
/ 40

72*

63*

v

/ 21
/ 20
/ 69

1952

J&J

4% notes 1942—.
.J&J
Erie Elec Motors 5s
1941..
Ernesto Breda 7s 1954

....

96

1st lien 7s 1967

ser

100
102

/ 15

F&A

European Mtge & Invest—
1st lien 7*s 1966 ser B...F&A
7*s income 1966
O

M&S

/
/
/
/

28
21
28
21
75

Chilean Nitrate inc 5s 1968--J&D

65

68

City Ice (Kansas) 6s 1940... A&O
City Savings Bank of
Budapest 7s 1953
F&A

40

21

20-year 4s s f deb 1956
J&D
Famous Players Canadian—

99*

1st & coll 3s 1938-1939—J&D
1st & coll 3*s 1940-1942-J&D

99*

Clearfield Bit Coal 4s 1940--J&J
Clove-Cliffs Iron 4*s 1950.M&N
Cleve Tractor conv 5s 1945.M&N
Collateral Bankers Inc—
7s series A & B I960

93

80

85

Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s '63A&0

95

Federal Coal 7s 1944

92
101

103

66*

68

5* % notes'37(Am

pt ctf)M&N
Commonwealth Subsidiary CorpDeb g 5*s 1948 ser A..M&S
Connor Lumb & Land 6s *41 M&N
Oonsol Biscuit 1st 5*s B '46 M&S
1st 5*s ser 01946
J&D
Oonsol Cement Corp—
■
r ■ "
Cum inc 6s 1950

..F&A
Cum inc 6% notes 1950—F&A
Consolidated Laundries—
Extended 6*s 1941
A&O
Oonsol Oil s f deb 3*s 1951-J&D
Oonsol Paper Corp
5*s 1961
5*8 ex-stock 1961
Oonsol Steel Corp 6s ser A '44 J&D
Consol Textile 1st 8s
1941..J&D

102*
70
SS
88

Con8umer8~Co~lg"t" 6s "1946"—"JJ&J
Container Corp 1st 6s '46.J&D15
Deb Be 1943 with warr..J&D

92

65

99*
99

103

95"
90

67*

100

95*
64

66"

45*

46*

100
17

Consolidation Coal Co—

Sinking fund Be 1960———J&J

95
92

61
59

5s

§2*

53*

102*

103"'

/ This price includes accrued interest.

88

Fiat s f deb 7s 1946
J&J
Filtrol Co of Calif 5s 1946.. J&D
Finland Residential
Mtge Bank
s f 6s
stamped 1961
M&S
Firestone Cotton Mills 5s '48M&S
Firestone Tire & Rub of Calif—
S f 5s 1942

M&S
First Bohemian Glass Works-—
1st secured 7s 1957
J&J
Flour Mills of America Inc—
Conv g 6* % notes 1946-A&0

Follansbee Bros 5s 1947
J&D
Forest Lawn 1st s f 6s 1949—J&D
Framerican Ind & Dev Corp—
Deb 7*s 1942
..J&J
Francisco Sugar 6s 1956
M&N
Franklin Coal Co 7s ws 1949-J&J
Fraser Co 6s Jan 1 1950.
French Nat Mail SS Lines
6s '52
Frick-Reid
Supply 6s 1943—J&D
Fruehauf Trailer deb
4*s'47A&0
Gair (Robt) Income notes 6s
1972
Gelsenkirchen Mining Co—
6-yr 6% notes 1934
M&S

1937...........i.

6s 1940...
Gen Amer
Transport" 3s

1940"

J&J

Nominal.

i!
102*
104

104*

93|
45

f 22
97*
107
45

/ 45
102

102*
87

/ 72
/ 99*
/ 99*
/ 99*
100*
78

1st mtge s f 5*s 1947 ser A. J&J

n

/ 27

100

3% notes 1941-1942
J&J
General Bronze deb 6s '40.-M&N
General Cable Corp—

96

90

k Last sale.

11*

',3§

1969

Federal Screw Wks conv 6 *s '39.
Federal Sugar Ref 6s ctf *33 M&N

6s

18"

36
34
80

1st & coll 4*s 1951
J&D
Farmers Mfg Co 3*s 1953--M&S
„

95

92
Q-F
( 7s series O 1959—
•92
Q-M
7s series D 1956
92
Q-J
6s series AA 1953-.—....
88
Q-F
6s series AB 1948
88
Q-M
series AO 1952
88
Q-J
Colo Fuel & Iron s f 5s 1943.F&A
/
Income 5s 1970
/ 65""
Colo Indus 1st 5s A & B 1934 F&A *
84*
Commerc'l Credit 3*s 1951 A&O
94 j
2*s debentures 1942
J&D
99*
Oomm'l Disc t (L A) 6s *39--A&O
97

I

5 Baals.

85

88

/ 45

7s Income 1967
Everlastik Inc 1st 7s 1937.M&N
Fairbanks Morse & Co—

_

F&A

Bayway Terminal 6s 1954
Beattie Sugar 7*8 1943 ctflaJ&D
Bedford Pulp & Pa
Paper 6*s 1942.

100
94
102
103
103

80

6s

100*

68"

„

102
64

Barber & Ross 4s 1945—
Bates Valve Bag Corp—

116*

50

62*

/ 34

Baldwin Locomotive Works—
6s with warrants 1938....M&S

87*

102*

98

Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine—

6% conv notes 1945
M&S
A|Jas Pipeline Corp 6s 1945.M&N
Gen conv 6s 1950—
Auburn Automobile—
Conv deb 4*s 1939
J&J
Ault-WiUiamson Shoe 6s 1942
Autocar Co 7s ext 1947..-M&N
Avery (B F) & Sons 5s w w'47 J&D

■0.7

Chateaugay Ore & Iron—

85*
85*
/ 61

Arundel Deb Corp 3-6s, 1953
Associated Mtge Co 3 -6s 1953
Atl Gulf & W Indies SS Lines—
Coll tr,g 58 Jan 1 1959-.--J&J
Atlanta Ehundries 6*s w w 1943

67

5
1st 8s

Guar gold 4s 1942

20-yr 4s ser B 1955.F&A

95

101*

eo4

/ 12

1st mtge 4s series C 1957..J&J
Arnold Print Wks 6*s 1941.A&O
1st 5s Feb 1 1952
A&O
Arundel Bond Corp 2-5s, 1953

loo*

Ry Term & Cold Storage

Central Steel

94
94

f 6s (Los Ang) 1942..J&D
Arcade Malleable Iron 7s 1943...
Armour & Co of Delaware—

74" ~

100

Certain-teed Prod 5*s 1948 M&S
Cespedes Sugar 7*s Sept 1 '39-./
Champion Pap Corp 6s '45--F&A
96
Champion Paper & Fibre Co—
4*s s f deb 1950
—M&S
104*

Anthony (E O)—
s

102

63

Foundry Co—

6*s 1952

Sink fund income deb 1967 J&J

104*
11*

118*

1st mtge 6s 1941
Gen mtge 5s 1941

101

6% notes stamped 1935
M&S
6s extended 1938
M&S
Deutsche Rentenbank—
Farm Ln s f 6s Oct 15'60
A&OIS
Dickey (W S) Clay Mfg Co—
Non-cum inc 5s
(W-S) 1949...
Non-cum inc 5s (ex-stk) 1949..

70

96*

Central

103*

—J&D
Certificates of deposit
Deep Rock Oil 7s 1937
M&S
Detroit Times deb 6s to '43.M&S
Deutsche Bank (Berlin)—

46
60
60

95*

/103

1st mtge

87

>

/ 18

Ames-Hoi den Tire & Rubber—
Income 7s Jan 1 1943
M&S
Anaconda Copper Mining Co—

59
57

108

73*

105*

M&S

5s
1940
A&O
Dairyland Inc 1st s f 5s 1946.M&S
Davidson Biscuit 5*s A '45 A&O
Davidson Chem 6*s 1937—A&O
De Bar dele ben Coal
Corp—-

39

99*

f deb 4s 1950

37

p

101

89
47

Cumberland Ry & Coal—

99

p

s

87

25-yr guar 5s 1955
M&
117*
Canadian Vickers 6s Aug 1 1947
°93,
Caribbean Sugar 7s stmp 1941
\f —
Carriers & General Corp—
15-yr deb 5s with warr '50M&N
50
Carthage Marble 6*s 1942
9
f
1st non-cum inc 5s Apr 1951.
jf 15*
Cassco Corp inc 6s 1949
M&S
50
Celotex Corp—
Debenture 4 *s w w 1947-F&A
71*

105*
86

J&J

10

58

/ 10
97*

Cudahy Packing 3*s A '55.M&S

90

103*

100*
/ 58
/ 34

Cork & Seal Co Inc—

100""
f

-V

81
99
92

15-yr 4s s f Nov 1 1950-M&N
Crown Willamet Pap 6s *51.-J&J
Crucible Steel Co deb 5a '40.M&N
OQban Tobacco 5s 1944
J&D

s

Calif Cotton Mills 1st 6s '40.J&J
Calif Group Corp 5*s 1956 M&N
California Packing Corp—
Cons deb 5s 1940
J&J

I

96*
f 42
/ 50
100*
95*

J&D

^

92
80

J&J

f 6s 1940

Crowley Milner 5*s 1946-M&N
;/ 85
Crown

70
68

92

.....

AJpine Montan Steel Corp—




46""

no*
22*

110
f extl 6s 1940."
J&J
Burns Bros deb 5s A 1961—M&S.
32
Burns & Co Ltd 1st s f 5s 1958 J&J /
57
Income 5s 1958
..—J&J
54
Bush Term 1st 4s 1952
A&O
83
Cons g 5s Jan 1955
J&J / 40*
Bush Term Bldg 1st 5s *60-. A&O /
49*
Butter! ck Co 6% notes '39—A&O
Byers Machine 3-6s
*65""
Byrndum Corp 3-yr notes Jan 15 '39
75
Calif Cooperative Creamery—
1st s f 6s 1948
A&O
Deb s f guar 1943
A&O

67
45

life

Debenture 4*s 1951
Allis-Chalmers s f deb 4s '52.M&S

Called Nov. 13 at 102.

94

s

_

Burmeister & Wain (Copenhagen)

/« H

Alberta Pacific Grain 6b 1946 J&J
Algoma Steel 1st 5s 1962
A&O
Allied Mtg inc coll 2-5s 1953. J&D

*

10*
11*

50

Brown Co 1st 5*s
1st 5*s 1950 ser

/ 60

Beech Creek C & C 5s 1944.. J&D
Bee News PubUshg 6s 1943-M&N
Beneficial Loan Soc 6s B 1939 Q^J
6s profit share deb 1956.. Q-J

105

102*

'53--A&O
1946——A&O
B
M&S
Brown Snoe Oo3*s 1950—F&A
Bryant Paper 6s A 1942-..-M&N

88

1st M coll tr 6s 1948.
A&O
6s assented w w 1948
6s 1955.................

Deb 6s ex-warr 1942

7s 1944

1st 6s 1950
Gen s f 7s 1950
Brown Coal Indus 6 *s

/ 90

Mtge 6s 1950
M&S
Baragua Sugar Estates—
Cum inc deb 6s 1947.....J&J

1st M conv

76
44

Confl Steel deb s f 4*s 1946-J&J
CopJay Cement Mfg 6s *41—A&o
Copley Press 5*s 1943
F&A
Cosden Oil Corp 1st 6s 1938.M&N
Gen Hen 6s 1938
M&N
Cosden Petroleum conv 5s '47 J&J
Cosgrove MeehanCoal 6*s 1945.
Crane Co 3*s s f deb
1951. J&D
Creameries of America—
Sinking fund deb 5s 1946.F&A
Credit Service deb 6s w w '48 Q-F

92*

76
45

Albany Perf Wrapping Corp—

1st g 5s 1940

&

9*

M&N

70""

M&N

Atlantic Ice & Coal 6s 1951. J&D
Atlantic Ice Mfg 6s 1945
F&A
Atlantic Lumber 6 *s 1932
Atl Sug Rof 1st 8 f 4s *61...M&N

102

Brandram-Henderson 6s '39 M&S

87

Without stock

1st M

100*

102*

Alabama Mills 6s (w s) 1953

1st

105*

100*
103*
92*

'60-- J&J
1941 J&J

Bid

Oont'l Invest Bond Corp 2-5s '53.
Oont'l Invest Deb Corp 3-6s '53..
Continental Roll & Steel Fdy—

130

Botany Cons Mills 6*s '34.A&O
Certificates of deposit
Bowser (S F)

Ala Cons Coal & Iron 5s '38.M&N

1st s f 6s

105*

3 *s series E 1966—-----A&O
15-yr s f conv 3 *s debs 52 A&O
Boston Wharf 1st 4s 1941—A&O

96*

Alabama By-Prod 6s 1955...J&J
Income 6s 1955

Antilla Sugar EstatesIncome deb 6s 1951...

Bonds

128

100*

With scrip
........—Aeolian Co 6s 1944
J&J
Akron Times-Press 1st 6s '45 A&O

1st

Ask

„

Adams Exp coll tr g 4s 1948.M&S

Allied St's

Bid

Bethlehem Steel Co—

Abltlbl Power & Paper— I
1st M 6s 1953 ser A
i. J&D
Certificates of deposit
Acadia Sugar Ref 4*s 1955.A&0

Alabama Co gen 6s 1938

"and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds
possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

are

Quotations for a'l securities

•

MISCELLANEOUS BONDS

&

INDUSTRIAL

82

NOTICE—All bond price* are "and interest" except where marked "f"
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the

a***1Ju n*?ecedim?
month pr
g

the date of issue

e date

'I

f 40

7s '45-J&J15

Gen Elec (Germany)
Deb 6Ms 1940-.

-J&D

M&R
Gen Finance conv deb 5s "51. J&D
Gen Motors Acceptance Corp—
10-year deb 3a 1946-.- — F&A
Debsf 6s 1948

45

15-year deb 3 ^s 1951--,-F&A
Gen Kayon deb 6s 1948 w w.J&l)
Gen St4 Cast 1st 5 Ms *49 w w.J&J
Gen Steel Wares—
4 Ha ser A 1952
i

1 heal

Eo deb 6s

/ 14
/ 10
f 10

98

23

;

70;
•

100 M

4

55

•7 62 >

102 M

/ 20
95
.

.

95M

92

J&D
J&D

93

101M
95

J&D

1945-50

101M

101

;

Gotham Silk Hosiery—
88

M&S
Gould Manufacturing 6s '42.A&C
Graham Paige Co 1st 6s *38.F&A
Granby Consol Min & Sm 5s 1942

,

w

w

1946

Grand Trunk Ry Term
6 Cold Stor 1st 6 Ms 1952--

95""

98

81

80"

65

20

/ 19

— -

'

93

Graton & Knight 4Ms '51—J&D
Great Lakes Paper Co Ltd—

90 M

1st s f 5s 1955
A&O
Grigsby-Grunow conv 6s '36 M&S
Groc St's Prod conv 6s 1945-J&D
Gulf States Steel 4Mb 1961-A&O
Gypsum Lime & Alabast—
5 Ms 1948— -M&S
Hall (F W) Printing Co—

/ 90 M
/ 10

91M

66

1939-1941——M&N
M&N
Kings Co Refrig 6s 1942—-A&O
Kingsport Press 6Ms 1939--F&A
Kingston Elevator, 1st 6s '50 M&N
Kinney (G R) ext 5 Ms 1941-J&D

:

81

IOO"

/ 20

----

Harrls-Seybold-Potter—
84 M

82 M

— -

:.;5

-'''■mm

88

"38.A&0
Heywood-Wakefield 5s 1946 J&D
Hightstown Rug 6 Ms w w-1944—
Hines Land & Timber 6s '48-. J&J
Hoe (R) & Co 5-7s 1944 w s._A&0

4M-6MS 1st mtge 1944—-A&O
Holland-/* mer Line 6s '47- M&N
Holly Sugar Corp 1st lMs 1938—
1st 2s 1939——-A&O
lst2Ms 1940-A&O
1st 3 MS 1941
,,A&0
1st 3 Ms 1942
A&O
:P 1st 4s 1947—
A&O
Home Serv(LosAng)6 Ms '42 A&O
Home Serv(Portl, Ore)7s *41 A&O

mm-

Leipzig Trade Fair 7s 1953-M&N

89M

Le Tourneau Foundation—
4s coll trust conv

85

98"

68"

75
57 M

55

62 M

/ 25

Lindsay Nunn Pub 6s 1944—M&S
Lion Oil 4 Ms 1952
A&O
Liquid Carbonic conv 4s '47. J&D

98

90

/ 40
/ 30

;; 100
/ 30

35"

90 M

105M

Certificates of deposit.

35

2-5s series B

96

N

31M

85"

80

■!

30M

106 M
24

103

71M
100

99M

6^
13 %

6M
13 %

•

ll

47M
91M
91M
83 M

/ 20M
96 M
103

129M
122 M
94
92

101M
99

s

f 4s Feb 1 1957

M&N

f 6s

1946

45

88

100

105M

95'"
78

J&D

66"

—

66

47"
98

5.25

Equip trust 4Ms Nov 25 '38 '43 b
Equipt tr 4 Ms 1938-47 J&D15 b
Equip trust 5 Ms Sept 1 '38-'44. b
North Amer Cement Corp—
Deb 6Ms A with warr '40-M&S
6Ms 1943
M&S
Income 6Ms 1953
-_M&S /
Nor Amer Refract 6Ms 1944-J&J
North German Lloyd—
/

5.25
5.25

5.25

75
25
50

98 M
59M

88
84

M&:

43

Debenture 6s 1943
M&
Northern Redwood Lumber—
6s 1937
J&

721

N'west Pub's Deb 4Ms 1948. J&

53 M

Northwestern Barb Wire Co—
1st mtge s f 5Ms wwl945-F&A

'/ 21M

58
40

75

96"'
99

104

McCormicks, Ltd, 5Ms '50 M&N

65

89 M
67

McCrory Stores Corp—
5s s f deb 1951

96M

97

-M&N

20-yr

onv

deb 5Ms 1950-M&N

96M

97%

97%

98%

87
83

91

-

Memphis Commercial—
Appeal 4 Ms 1952
-_M&S
Mengel Co conv 4 Ms 1947--M&S
Mercantile Stores deb 5s 1947 J&J
Merchants Distilling Corp—
5% conv deb 1947
M&S
Mersey Paper Ltd 5s 1957--J&D
Gen s f 6s ser A 1949
M&S
Messenger Corp deb 4Ms '51 J&J
Metropolitan Ice 7s 1954--.J&J
Miag Mill Mach'y 1st 7s 1956.
Mich Tann & Extract 6Ms'38M&S

7% gold notes 1935
Minnesota & Ontario

A&O

1st 6s series A 1935-

108 %

-^.J&J

1st 6s series C 1950

M&N

5-y%,6.%

notes

1931

M&S

Minn valley Canning 6s *41--J&J

30"
80

98M
96
78
70

/20M
98
75
60

Monroe Coal Mining 6s 1947

b Basis.

Conv s f 5s 1951
F&A
Ohio Leather conv deb fis *46-J&J
Okonite Co 6s stmp 1942
J&D

94"

OldyBeu Coal Corp 6s (w s) 1948
Ibc deb 7 Ms (w s) Aug 1 1953.
Oregon-Am Lumber 6s 1942-A&O
Oregon Pulp & Paper 6Ms to
Apr 30 '37, 6% to 1945.-M&N
Oreg Terminals 6Ms A1942-M&N

100M
96

93

96

98

100

20

23

8

10

27

30

97
22

A&O

50

Ordno Pulp & Paper 6s 1943-J&J
Osgood Co deb g 6s 1943.... J&D
O'Sullivan Rubber 5 Ms '47..A&0

63

94

90
82

Pacific Atlantic SS 2-5s '43-M&N
Pac Coast Cement 6s A 1942. J& D

f 44

100
99

•

82

Pacific Coast Co 5s 1946
J&D
Palmer Corp of La 1st 6s '48. J&D
Pan-Amer Industrial 7s '37-M&S
Pan Amer Petrol Co

24M
99 M
82

63

1st conv

s

72%

70

72~"
62 M
101M

/

—

41
41

f 39M

41

!?!>*

41

f 16
101M

18

98 M

100

/ 48
.

93

104

/ This pride includes accrued interest,

J&D15

Certificates of deposit....

/ 20
/ 20

Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line—
1st mtge & lien 4s 1952—.M&S
Paramount Pictures 6s 1955-J&J

97
89

73

M&S
Transportation Co—
S f conv deb 6s 1944...-.A&O
Paton Mfg Ltd 1st 4 Ms '56-M&S
Pea body Coal Co (Consol Co)—
1st s f 5s 1953 ser A
M&N
Pearl River Valley Lumber—
1st Income 4-5s 1945M&S
Penn Mercantile Properties—
Secured 5 Ms 1948
Secured s f 3-4s 1961

n

Nominal

42

21 Mr

21M
97 M
90

;75.;C;
42 M

101

'79

82

/113

A&O

/ 46;;

'.J&J

32

Pennsylvania-Dixie Cement Corp
1st m s f 6s 1941 ser A.M&S15
Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp—
lstsf 4Ms 1960
J&D
k Last sale,

3M

(of Calif)—

f 6s 1940

Conv deb 3 Ms 1947

t ^

85
73 %
88 M

38

101M

Parmelee

93 %

t Called Dec. 1 at 103.

19
97
15

89 M
95

/117M
/114

Missionary Sisters (Waukegan,
111) 1st ref 3M-4s 1951—A&O

30

57""

98

85

/ 39 M
A&O

1st 6s series B 1948

100
97 X

16

Without warrants
Otis Steel s f 4 Ms A 1962—J&J
Oxford Maimi Piper 6s 1947-F&A

Paper Co

1st 6s series A 1945

102 M
98 M

88
22 M

Oswego FallsCorp 4 Ms 1952.M&S

Middlp States Petrol 6 Ms 1945—
Miller & Hart Inc. deb 6s '43-J&J
Miller & Lux Inc 1st M 6s '45A&0

91

54

96
10

1st income 5s 1945.

Mead (The) Corp—
.
1st M 6s 1945 with warr.-M&N

102M

20"

O'Gara Coal 5s '55 op aft'08 M&S
Ohio Fin deb 6Ms ww 1944.M&N

115

77M

98

5Ms without warr 1945
Norwestern Term Co 5s '48..J&D
Nova Scotia S & C 5s 1959..J&J
6s perpetual stock
.T&J
O'Connor Moffat deb 6s '38 F&A

fl022®32

103"

55

100M
61M

97

...

29 M

McCollFron'nac Oil 6s 1949. A&O
McCord Rad & Mfg—
U. !
Deb 6s 1943 with warr ..F&A

28

Mills

51M

^

80""

99

42

95

4.25%
4,25%
4.25%
4.25%

60

101M
Northern Elec & Nor Pap
1st mtge 5s to 1948

68

k:::
70

70
100

J&J

27 M

Maple Leaf Milling—
2 Ms to 1938. 5Msto 1949.J&D
Marine Elev (Buff) ext 5s '52M&S
Marion St'm Shovel 6s '47--A&O
Martin (Glenn L) conv 6s 1939—
Massey-Harris Co 5s 1947--A&O

70

-

Manhattan Refrig 5Ms 1941-J&J
Mansfield Min & Smelting—
Mfrs Tr Co ctfs of partic in A I
Namm & Son 6s 1943.—-J&D

51

45M

/ 43

44
126
125

65

79""

North Amer Car—

121

Montreal Cotton deb 5s *43-M&N

M&S

42

Equip trust 4Ms Aug 1 *38-'46- b

/ 36M
f 38 M

:

47 M

Nivelle Corp 4s 1952
M&N
Nordberg Mfg Co 1st 6s 1943M&S

33

Loiillard (P) Co g 7s 1944.-A&O
5s. 1951
-F&A
Lukens Steel 5s extend 1955 M&N

Mohawk Rubber ext 6s 1938 A&O
Monon Coal—See Chic Ind. & L

91M
99 %

98 M

53"

44" ~

Laughiin Steel—

A 1961—M&S

83 M

118M

17"
104 M

104

44

1943

92

f

s

-

41

\

Indiana Co 1st r f 5s 1950--J&J

98"
/ 28"
/ 28
15

6s stamped 1946
Partic deb 2d mtge 7s 1946 J&D

N Y World s Fair 1939—
Deb 4s 1941

41

16"

89"

25"
101M

Shipbuilding 1st 5s Nov 1'46
Trap Rock Corp—

1st M

McKesson & Bobbins inc—

80

—

100 M
102
95

New York

34

McCloud River Lumb 5s '48 J&J

64
65

99
29

Extended at 5% to 1943-.. J&J

76

97 M

102 M

/ 26

/ 20
/

1st 6s ext 5 M % 1942
M&N
N Y L E & W D & I 1st 6s '13

41

/ 80

Jefferson & Clearfield Coal & Iron

Qold Storage 4-5s

28

40

101

98 M

90

Dock Co—1st g 4s '51-F&A
Serial 5% notes 1938
A&O

_

88

80

ICKd.

7s without warrants 1941-M&N

100

99 M

90 %

F&A
...

Certificates of depositNYLE&WC & RR—

70

94 M

33
74

44

101 %
W

Y

N Y

128M
121%
92 M

'

100

,73
New Eng Laundries 6s" '36—A&O /
40
4-5s 1956
J&J /
60
New Niquero Sugar 3 Ms 1937
48
'i 77
Newport Industries 5s 1947——

101

102

5;::

100 M

41

Cum income deb 5s 1946—M&S
National Steel Corp—. :
1st coll mtge s f 4s June 1 19Bfi
Natl Tool conv deb 6s w w *42F& A
Nat Union Mtge 3 6s ser A 1954.

102 M

80

■

27

71
75
97 M

Nat Lumber & Creosoting 5Ms—
J&D

Nat Oil Prod deb 4s 1952
Nat Radiator 6Ms 1947

26

27 M
29

5
■

97 M

Natl Grocers Ltd 4s 1947
A&O
Nat Gypsum s f 6s 1943.. .-A&O

35""

15:';'•'

"

99 %

_M&N

98 M

__

F&A

Manati Sugar 1st 7 Ms '42—A&O
CeitificatPs of deposit

29

90%
1947--J&J
82 M
Ref mtge 6s 1955 ser A...M&S
Internat Pow & Pap of Nfld—
101M
1st M 5s 1968
J&J
96 M
1st 4Mb 1968
J&J
107 M
Internat Salt g 5s 1951 opt..A&O
32M
Interstate Deb Corp 2-5s 1955—
Interstate Zinc & Lead deb 7s '32 7 25
73
lsotta Fraschini 7s 1942 ....J&D

,

101 ^

/ 20

1st

1st & ref s f 5s ser B

-

—

M&N f <& OM

International Paper—
1st & ref s f 5s 1947 ser A„ J&J

f 3 Ms 1 946

6s series C 1946

89

46




/ 24

vV

Co.

Nat Food Products 6s '44
M&N
Coll conv 6s w s ser A '44- M&N

A&O
F&A

6s series B

97
96

Internat Mercantile Marine—
1st M coll trust 6s 1941—A&O

s

;

/ 14
/ 4
/
4'

10-yr deb 4 Ms May 1 '■*

Logan County Coal 7s 1942-M&N
Long Bell Lumb 6s sei A '42-J&J

99

International Match Corp—
Deb s f 5s 1947
M&N 7 6
Certificates of deposit
7 13 M
Conv deb 5s 1941---—J&J15 /
6
Certificates of deposit
7 13M

F&A

Gold bonds fis 1951

Loew's Inc deb

100

Agricultural Corp—
1942—M&N

Called Jan. 5 at 100.

59

95

68M

1947-.—J&J

Libby McNeil &Libb 5s '42.A&0
Liggett & Myers g 7s 1944.-A&O

65

/ 60

1st & coll tr 8 f 5s

*

61

56

National Fire Proofing Co—
1st M conv 5Ms A 1946-M&N
Cum conv inc 5s 1952
M&N

75

98
45

J&J

Sec 6% gold notes 1938

99 M

98

_

Joseph & Fetes 5s 1943 —

?o-

58

4 1956

101

Leonard Tietz—See Tietz

100

2d mtge inc 6s Feb 1956
7 40
Hungarian Central Mutual
Credit Mfg 7s 1937
-J&J f 21
Hungarian Disc & Exch Bank—
35-yr s f 7s 1963
J&J 7 23
Hungarian-Italian Bank Ltd—
Sinking fund 7Ms 1963—A&O f 20
Hygrade Food Products Corp—
61M
1 st & ref 6s Jan 1949 A—A&O
61M
6s 1949 series B
J&J
89
Ice Service 1st 6Ms 1939
J&D
106 M
Illinois Steel deb 4Ms 1940--A&O
Ilseder Steel mtge 6s 1948—F&A / 21
110
Independent Brewing 6s '55-J&J
65
Indiana Ice & Fuel 6Ms A 1947—
8
Ind Limestone inc 6s 1952--M&N 7
70
Prior lien s f 6s 1942
M&N
Indianapolis Motor Speedway—
75
1st extended 6 Ms 1946—F&A
87
Industrial Acceptance 4s 1952 J&J
102 M
Inland St'l 3 54s ser D 1961—F&a
Interlake Iron Corp—
71
Conv deb s f 4s 1947—— A&O

1st mtge 4 Ms ser

67

ser

J&D
J&D

National Distillers Prod

101

99

F&A
F&A

1st & ref fis 1964

v

Hud Riv Day Line 6s 1939—M&S
S f 1st mtge 6s 1946
J&J

Jones &

96

,

g

1st & ref 5s 1974

181"

15M

10-yr sec s f 5Ms 1940—M&N
Hudson Coal 1st os 1962 A—J&D

Jones

100

Co—^

Portland Cement

5Ms 1942...A&O
Layne & Bowler 3-6 Ms 1947
Lehigh C & Nav fund 4s '48 J&J
Cons s f g 4Ms 1954.
J&J
Cons s f 4Ms 1954 ser C-.J&J
Lehigh Valley Coal—
1st & ref 5s 1944
——F&A
1st & ref 5s 1954
F&A

95

.

Internat

65

'

'46.A&0

7s 1946Houston Oil Co of Texas—

—.

Deb

-

/ 94 M

Housing & Realty Improv—•

J&D

3 1951

(Central Funding series
Natl Consol Bond Corp 3-5s 1953Nat Container deb 5 Ms '52-A&O
Nat Dairy Prod3 H s w w"51 M&N
Natl Debenture Corp 3-6s 1953—

6s 1954 with

conv

Lawrence

Harpeu Mining Corp—
68 with warr for Am shs_._ J&J

«£Heller (Walter E) 4s ww
HelvetiaCoal Min 1st. 5s

94U

101M

83

2 1946

ser

Mat'l Bakiug 6s ser A 1941 M&N
Nat Bondholders partic ctfs

■

war.-J&J f 34
Certificates of deposit
/
st mtge income 1975
J&Ht', 26 M

1st

95
■

A&O
Hatfield-Campbell Creek Coal—
1st 6 Ms 1948
M&S
Hawley Pulp & Paper Co—
1st 6s s f 1946
.—J&J
Haytian Corp income 8s 1938
Hearst Magazines 6s 1938—M&S
Hearst l'ublica 6 Ms to 1947-M&N

J

86

Nassau (Ger) Landbank 6 Ms 1938
Nast (Conde) 6 Ms Dec 15 1937
Nat'l Acme 4 Ms ext to *46—J&D

69

66

85 M

82 M

/ 75
/ 75
/ 75

M&N

Secured 6s 1937J&J
Deb 6Ms Jan. 1 1937
A&O
Certificates of deposit
Namm (A I) & Son—See Mfrs Tr

82

f 21

LangendorfUnBak6Ms'4lM&N

102

93

A&O 7 79M

1951—

1961

-

98 M

-

f deb 5s

97

100

97

2 '66-A&O

Munising Pap 6s A &B 1943.A&0
iVlunson Steamship Line—

Y130

——

1947-M&S

ser

ser

87 M

/130

1st. 5 Ms 1961
Debenture 5s

x-w

1933

Call C 5s
Coll D 5s

Lautaro Nitrate Co—

Hamilton Mfg 5s w w 1951--M&S
Hansa Steamship Lines—
10-yr 6s 1939 stamped
6s unstamped 1939—

Lake St John Po & Pr 6Ms 1942—
6 Ms Feb 1 1947
-

6s

sec

4

100

Coll B 5s

81

April 1 1946

Lake Superior Corporation—
1st & coll tr gold 5s 1944
J&D
Lane Bryant Tncdeb6s'40wwM&N

'

.

78

1947—M&N
^Hamilton By-Prod Coke Ovens—
1st s f 5s ser A 1955
M&N
Gen sinking fund 6s 1956. A&c

-J&J

85

80

100

—

s

16 M

H)0

60
99
94 M
98

series

Ask

Bid

M&N

5 M» series 16 1940
M&N
Mtge Bond Co (Md) 2-5s 1953—
Mortbon Corp—
Coll A 5s ser 1 1941
J&D

47 M

Lake Erie Bolt & Nut—

-5-6s

1st & coll 6s stmp

Conv

68

88

ioo "•

Kirby Lumber 6s 1938.—*J&<J16 f
98
New 1st 4s 1947
-J&/J16
98
Koehring Co (Milw) 2-5s '45,,-J&J
75
Koholyt Corp 6 Ms 1943——M&S f 22
Koppers Co 4s 1951——J.M&N
101M
Kresge Foundation—
10-year coll tr 4s 1945
J&J
98
3M!® coll trust notes 1947-F&A
Kreuger & Toll—
<
r,.,
5s»uniform ctfs of dep 1959
f 25%
Lackawanna Steel os 1950.-M&S
105M
La France Textile 1st 6s '42.J&D / 32

73'"

.

T

—

1st mtge coll tr 5s 1957-_M&N
Gordon Baking Co (Mich)—

5 f deb 5s

—

3% notes

100

A&O 15

Morris Plan

Mtge-Bond Co 4s

;

.

(Germ y)

Goodrich (B F) Deb g 6 1945
1st mtge 4Mb 1956
Goodyear Tire & Rubber —

1952—-J&J

/

(Rudolph)

•4% notes 1942-1945

---A&O

1944---

B

26""

88

Godchaux Sug 1st. s
Golden State Milk Prod—

series

12

/ 22
/ 20
69M

A 1941-M&S
f 5s 47-M&N

5s

12

70

Conv deb 4 Ms ser

6s

15

•

;

lac—
shs—M&N f 35
Ctfs of dep w w stpd 1943—- / ——
6s stamped (par $925) 1943
/ 23
6s with warr (par $925) 1943-/ 27
Keith (H F) Corp 6s 1946-—M&S •:
85M
Kelly Springfield Tire 6s '42-A&O / 75
6s stamped 1942
/ 75
4elsey Hayes Wh'l 1st 6s '48.J&J
93
15-yr conv deb 6s 1948
J&J
75
Kentucky Rock Asphalt—
3M-6Ms 1945J&D / 47
Kentucky Securities coll fis 1940.
84
Keokee Cons Coke 5s 1959--J&J ; < 89
Keyes Fibre 1st 6s '37-39 M&N) 100 }.■
1st 6s 1940-1949-M&N ; - 92
Keystone Steel & Wire—
;
'
2% notes 1938—-------M&N
99

101

Morgan Engng 8s 1941

/ 96M
65

1st 6s 1943 with Am

102

97 M

1940.A&u

Good Hope St & Ir Wks
5 f g 7s Oct 15 1945

ol Conmme 6M1937..
f 6 Ms 1947
J&J
Pipe Line & Gas—y

Karstadc

Georgia Marble Is* 6s 1950.M&N
German A ilantir Gahle 7« 1946
German Bldg & L'd Bk 6Ms 1948
Glen Alden Coal M s f 4s 65 M&S
Globe Industrial Loan 6s 1955 J&J
Globe Wernicke 6s Oct 1 1944

(Adolf) Inc—

s

1st 5s series A w w

96

92

101M
100M
/ 72
44 M

Gen Vending 6s 1937
F&A
Certificates of deposit--------

Gobel

Ext

Kansas

48

*

Gen

Journal

45

/ 40 ,v
/ 401

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

Ask

Bid

Bonds

*

I

88 M
102 M

92 M
103

INDUSTRIAL &

]

BONDS

MISCELLANEOUS

bonds
issue

OTICE—All bond price* are "and interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of
Bonds

Bonds

Bonds

10-yr 7s '35 J&.J

Siemens & Ilalske

M&S

Deb g s f 6 Ms '51 with war
Deb 6s 2930—

7s

1st sink fund

*

1940

.

mtge inc bs

April 1950

Southern Advance Bag & Paper—
1st s f 6s 1947
J&D

Southern Brighton Mills—

J&D
J&D

gtd 7s 1940
1st gtd 6X8 1940
1st

*

1946.F&A
Southern Ice 1st & ref 8s *42_ A&O
Southern Kraft Corp— •
1st leasehold 4 Ms 1946—J&D
Southern New England Ice—
1st s f 4 Xa 1967
A&O
Sou Ice & Util conv 6s

Southern United Ice Co—
1st 4s

w s

w

w

Products—

M&N

1938

Conv income 5s 1944
So'western Devel't 4s 1942--J&J
Spang Chalf't & Co 1st 5s '48 J&J
Spirit Lake Transfer 5s 1946.1 J&J
Springfield Ice 7s 1944
Square D Co deb 5s A 1945—F&A
Staley (A E) 1st mtge 4s '46-Fa
Standard Ice 1st 6s 1947
F&A
Stand Oil (N J) deb 3s '61--IJ& 1»
Stand Textile Prod 6Xb '4YM&S
Assented

«»

Starrett Corporation—
Secured cum inc 3-5s Apr 1950Steel Co or Can 6s 1940
J&J
Stern Brothers 6s

s

f 1947—J&D

Stevens & Thompson Pap 6s
Stillwater Worsted Mills—

5^8

1942
F&A

A1943

Stinnes (Hugo) Corp—
7s unstamped 1946-..
4s ctfs of deposit 1946----—
2d stamped 1946
—.

Stinnes (Hugo) Industries—
7s unstamped 1936. -

-M&S
Struthers Wells Titutfville—
1st mtge s f 5Ms ww 1949.A&O
s

s

Print &

Litho 6s 1950—A&O

deb s f 5s 1946
...F&A
U S Rubber 5s 1947 ser A—J&J
conv

U 8 Trucking Curb

5Ms 43--J&D

United Steel Works (Germany)
6 Ms series A 1951
J&D

J&D
J&J

6MsseriPs O 1951
6 Ms series A 1947
United Stockyards Corp—

15~yrcoll tr4M» A ww '51 A&O
United Wall Paper Fac 6s 1947..
Universal Sewer Pipe 6s 1938. J&J
Utilities Elkhorn (Val 6s 1948 J&J
Valvoline

M&N

Oil 7s 1947

Vanadium Corp of Amer—
Conv deb 5s 1941
A&O
Van Camp's Inc 1st 6s 1943..J&J

Van Dorn Iron Wks 7s June 1 1942
Vertientes Sugar 1st 7s 1942-J&D
Certificates of deposit

Viau Biscuit Corp 6 Ms '46—J&J
Vicana Sugar Co 6s 1P55
J&J
Victor Amer Fuel 6s 1940
F&A
Victor Fuel 1st s f g 5s 1953--J&J
Va Iron Coal & Coke 5s '49-M&S
Vulcanite Portland Cement—
1st 7 Ms 1943
—M&N
Wabasso Cot'n 3M~4Ms '51 F&A

(Hiram)-U & W—

Deb 4
1945
J&D
Waltham #V'tch & Cl'k 6s '43 J&D
Walton Lumber 1st 6 Ms '41 Q-Jan
Walworth Co 6s

s

f deb 1955-A&O

20-yr 1st mtge 4s 1955
A&O
Warner Bros Pict 6s 1939—-M&S
Warner Co 1st 6s 1944—
.A&O
Warner-Quinlan Co 6s 1939-M&S
Warner Sugar Corp 7s 1939

Warren Bros Co—
i

Oonv

s

M&S

f deb 6s 1941

5M% notes 1937
—.M&S
Warren (S D) Co—
1st mtge s f 4M® 1952
M&N
Conv deb 4Mb 1952.
M&N
M&S
Wayne Coal Co 6s 1937
'42 op M&S

Webster C&C 1st g 5s
West Disinfecting 6s

f 5s 1948

Western Newspaper
Conv deb 6s 1944

F&A

Weyenberg Shoe Mfg—
Debenture 4Mb 1945

_

.J&D

Sugar Estates of Oriente—
1st 7s 1942 ctfs of dep
M&S
Sugar Pine Lumber Co—
1st M serial 6s 1932-1942.M&S

Superior Steel Corp 6s 1938-J&D
Susquehanna Silk Mills—
J&D

_

1st M s f 4Ms ser A 1966—F&A
Whitaker Paper 7s 1942-.--M&N
White Sewing Machine—
Deb 6s 1940

M&N

Whittal (M J) Assoc Ltd 5s 1937.
Wickw Spencer Steel 7s '35--J&J
Certificates of deposit
Pr lien & coll 7s Jan 1935-M&N
Certificates of denosit—

J&J
7Xa 1937.-A&O

Sink fund deb 5s 1938
Swift & Co 3 Ms 1950—.

Union—

Western Steel Prod 6s A '48.M&N
1st s f 6s series R 1948
M&N

Studebaker Oorp 6s 1945
Stutz Motor Oar

1940--J&J

Sugar 6s 1947--A&O
'50.J&J
West Chain Stores 6s ww'39 M&N
Western, Fuel Corp 7-4s '50_M&N
West Indies

W Va Coal & Coke 1st 6s

Wheeling Steel Corp—

4s ctfs of deposit 1936
2d stamped 1940Strange (John) Paper 6s '44--J&J
Strawbridge & Clothier—
1st

U

M&N

mm

Stanley Co (Camden) 6s 40 J&D
Stanley Crandall 6s 1946—F&A
Stanly-Rowl-Clark 6s 1946.-F&A

Deb

J&J
„

U S Radiator deb 5s 1938—F& A

Walker

1950—

Southwest Dairy

6X8

B 1949—F&A

ser

U S Finishing 5s 1944
U S Pipe & Foundry Co—
Oonv deb 3 Ms 1946.
—

itgnal Oil & Gas—
Conv 6Ms A 1945
M&N
Signode Steel Strap 3Ms '45.A&0
Hilesian-Am Corp 7s 1941—.F&A
flllverw'd Dairies 5a'41 to *51 J&J
•u cnmons Co Oonv deb 4s 52 A&O
'llmpsons Ltd— ' ' ;
:
'
1st & coll 4Ms A 1951—-J&J
'kelly Oil deb 4s 1Q51
J&i
Slattery Co 1st 6 Ms *45
M&N
Smith (Howard) Paper Mills Ltd
1st 4M* 1951———— J&D
Smith (L C) & Corona Typewr rs
Deb 2% to4M% to 1946--J&J
Smith & Wesson 5 Ms 1938——Socony-Vacuum Oil—
Deb 3Hs 1950—
A&O
South Coast Corp—
Gen

U S Cold Storage (Kan City)— ■
1st sink fund os ser A 1946-F&A

5-year 7s

ser

J&J
—M&S

A 1930

Secured 6s 1945
Wilcox

< >il & (ias

J&J

6s 1945

i955—J&J'

Wilson &

po 4s ser A
Conv debs 3 Ms 1947
Wilson Line 7s 1945Winslow Bros & Smith—

A&O

-

M&S

5Ms 1943

M&N

Wise Lime & Cement 6s '38-A&0

Taggart Bros Co 6s 1944
J&D
Taylor-Warton Iron & Steel—
Coll inc 7Xa July 1 1958——.

Wither bee Sherman Inc 6s 1944-.

Tenn

Woodland Farm Dairy—

Tenn

Coal

&

RR

5s

1951—J&J

Conv deb 6s 1944 ser B
M&S
Tenn Oorp deb 6s ser C '44.-M&S
Tenn Proa 1st 6Xs 1936
J&J
Term Warehouse 2d 5s '42—J&J
Texas Corp deb 3 Ms 1951—J&D
Texas Sugar Ref 1st 6s '44.-F&A

Thermoid Co 6s w w 1951— J&D
Three Rivers Grain & Elevator—
1st s f 5Xa ser A 1951
M&S

Ticonderoga Pulp & Paper 6s '40
Tide Water Assoc Oil 3 Ms
Tletz

(Leonard) 7Ms

x-w

Wood (Alan) Tr & St 6s

6M8

Copper & Chemical—

'52J&J

'46-J&J

Tilden Lumb & Mills 6 Ms'46M&S
Tokheim Oil Tank & Pump—

4Ms conv deb 1947
F&A
Tomahawk Kraft Paper—
1st 5s (with stk) 1951.
A&O
Trask Timber 1st 3s 1944.-.J&D
Turner Glass Co 1st 6s 1939-J&D
Ulen & Co—■

Conv 6s 3d stpd 1944-F&A
Certificates of deposit
Conv 6s 4th stamp 1950
Unified Deben Corp 5s 1955
-

\.

1944.A&O

...J&D

1944
Woods Mfg Co Ltd h
w w

;

1st 3s to 1941—
J&J
"i, 3 Ms series A 1942-1945—J&J
4 Ms series A 1952
J&J
Woodward Iron— •
■ 1st lien 5s 1962
J&J
2d conv income 5s 1962
Woodward & Tiernan Print—

J&J
A&O
J&D
Youngstown Sheet & Tube—
1st M s f 4s ser C 1961—M&N
6s 1942
York Ice Mach 6s 1947
Debenture 6s 1943
—

;

EXCHANGE SEATS
No. Last SaU

N Y Stock Exch—1,375
N Y Cotton Exch—
450

$70,000
10,0!i0
344 ^ 4,900
550
21,500

N Y Cof & Sug ExNY Curb Exch—

76
139

Baltimore Stk Exch

Union Compress & Warehouse—

Boston Stock Exch.

1st 2X-4Xa ser A 1942-XJ&J"
1st 5s 1943-1951
\J&J
Union Oil Co of California—
6s May 1 1942 ser A
F&A

J&J

Union Rock 1st 6s s f 1947—M&S
Union Term Coal Stor 6s *39-F&A
United Amusement Corp—
1st s f 5s ser A1956
F&A
United Biscuit deb 5s '50
A&O
United Cigar-Whelan Stores—
S f 5s Oct 1 1952
A&O
United Corps Ltd inc 5s 1953 F&A
United Elec Coal Cos inc 7s 1946.
United Drugs 5s 1953
M&S15

United Grain Growers Ltd—

1948
5Ms series B 1949—1
5s series A

J&J
M&N

United Industrial 1st 6s 1945-J&D
Deb 6 Ms 1941
M&N
United Merch & Mfrs 6s 1945 J&D
United Securities Ltd 5Ms 1952..
U S Bond & Mtge Corp—
Coll trust 6 Ms 1940
M&N
Gtd coll trust 6 Ms 1942—J&J
U S Cold Storage (Chg)6s'45-J&J

X Price of Wheeling Stock Exchange memberships are fixed.
s

Sale price,

y

80 seats. 70 members.




1,400

3,500
3,000
2.000

Chicago Bd of Tr__ 1,549
Chicago Stock Exch
387

15-yr 3 Ms deb 1952

prices,

J&J

4s series A 1946-1947

6 Basis,

Cincinnati Stk Ex..

65

4,000
3.500
6.000
300

213
83

5,500
1,500

Minn Ch of Comm.
Minn-St P Stk Ex.

188
523
19

2,400

Montreal Stock Ex.
New Orl Cotton Ex

500

50
41
69

Cleveland Stk Exch

D3troit Stock Exch
Ft Worth Gr & Cot

Kan City (Bd of Tr)
Los Ang Stock Exch
Milw Grain & Stk.

t/80

New Orl Stock Ex.

70
200
115

Phila Stock Exch—
Pittsb Stock Exch.
St Louis Exchange.

46
49
69
72

Salt Lake Stock Ex.
San Fran Stock Ex.
San Ftan Curb Ex.
Seattle Stock Exch \
Seattle Curb & M.

39

Ji

Toronto Stock Exch

40

f This price includes accrued interest,

,

13
463

k Last sale,
■

1,105
500

38,000
8.0OO
250

•
85,000
500
§1.000

113

Washington Stk Ex
I Wheeling Stk Ex.
Winnipeg Gr Exch.

125

1,250
46.000
1,000
175
1.000
1,000

6,000

ft
°

Nominal.

,r

Canadian

"••'A-

Quotations for all

Stocks

Par

Per share

Per share

70

Drayton Mills
..20
Dunean Mills....20

TEXTILE
STOCKS

7%

preferred

Durham

Northern Mills

Algonquin Print. 100
American Mfg.. 100
5% Preferred.100
Amoskeag Mfg
*

7%

110

130

24

29

77

813*

25c
18
10

21"

30

7

Preferred...—100

25
64

w*
73

983*

Wabasso Cotton—*

r

55

New

Spinning Co
*
preferred...*

30

35

Pref unassented.*

50

55

Flint Mfg

Blgelow-Sanford
Carpet common.*
Mfg

100

i

100

3
9

100

*

.8
20

Brighton Mills—

10

99

Granteville Mfg..20
Grendel Mills

9

58

Cotton...*
GosnoldM (N B)..*
Preferred
100
Prior preferred .-

60

5

*
100

7
1

5*

General

Hartsville Cot Mills

40
20

4% preferred
$3 prior pref
Highland Pk Mfg 20
6% preferred
Imperial Yarn

70

i30"
17

165*

Preferred ...100

2nd preferred
Neild Mills

61"
5

4

934

8

39

37
7

83*

14"

6
17

1134
7634

123
773

100

Nonquitt M (N B).*
Pacific Mills
*

Pepperell Mfg...100
Pierce Mfg
100
Pilgrim Mills
100
Plymouth Cord. 100

3

2

35

88"

86

.

43*

5
Powdrell Dartmouth
common

Judson Mills A pf100
Preferred B
100

King (J P) Mfg.. 100
Laurens O M
100
Limestone Cot Mills

*

72"
60

71"
5*

J*
73
34

Perfection

36
38

V

2

30

40

•

Spinning.

Pickens Cot Mills.

_

Southern Mills

Acme Spinning
Alabama Mills—.*
Amer Yarn & Proc—

108

98

55
100

53*

43*

65

>

70
54
94

Cusl

75
88

16

20

83*

common

88

82

*

3

43*

99

23"

25

Mills

Avondale Mills
1
Beaumont Mfg
7 % preferred
Belton Mills (SO).25
Preferred.
Bibb Mfg..
100
Brandon Corp A
Class B

7% preferred-..
Burlington Mills— 1
Calhoun Mills
Cannon Mills
.*
Chadwick-Hoskins

25
9

:trm

85

95
101

98

6
68
70

8

•

73

35

75
37

4

,

......

5

90

73*
45

73*
56

.

18

20

53

Class A pref—
Class B pref
Union-Buffalo
Common
1st 7%

95""
7o:

<■:

9

100

Spinning..50

60

34
100
105
66

Columbus Mfg (Ga)

72

78

95"

E).100

7% preferred.....
Wellington Mills.."

:%

Orescent

47

4
52

Dallas

12

83"

16"
70

20"

.20
Mills

West Point Mfg.

Winget

Yarn

Wiscassett Mills

87
130

17

Spinning..
Mfg (Ala) 100
Darl'gton Mfg(SO) 5

1 >.■;

86

Woodside Cotton_20

5

22
97
150

63*

Canada
...*
Mother Load Coali'n
Mines
..»
Mt City Copper..
National Tunnel
New

,23*

12

$6 preferred ...75

53
2
20

37

v

ii*
29

t c_.20

9
9
19

D) Mfg—*

Adams Express

*

Adams Millis

3531

32

25

Steel

Adams (J

*

Adams

Royalty...*

45*

Addressograph Multigraph Corp... 10

213*

Advance Aluminum

Castings com
Rumely

Advance

*

Aeolian Co—

6% preferred A.50
Aero Supply Mfg—
Class A

365*

*

Class B

*

Aetna Ball Bear

1

Aetna

9

1

Brewery

Aetna Stand Engine*
Preferred. ....100

...

and Mines

20

Common .......1

braham A Straus.*

10
Magma Copper OolO
Mayflower-Old
Colony Oopper.25

McIntyrePorcupine5
Miami Copper
5
Mining Corp of

65*

37

Acme Wire

Gold Mining

100

100*

*

Lab'tories.*

Acme

Lucky Tiger Comb
96
70

6

20

6% pref
.100
7% preferred—100

Lava Cap Gold Mini
Louisiana L'd A Ex 1

87

3*

Abitibi Pow A Pap_*

Lake Sh Mines Ltd 1

23

41

Preferred

94

Cowpens Mills

87

19

Wallace Mfg Co
Ware Shoals Mfg 100

Chlquola Mfg
20
6% preferred..—
Clifton Mfg (SO) 100

11*

1

39
110

82

100

J#

Trust

Abbotts' Dairy
*
Abercrombie A Fitch

Abbott

Royale Cop. .25

10

pref—100

2d 5% pref

A

A B Stove

5

Jardine Mining
1
Kennecott Copper.*

4c*
10

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS

Kildun Mining
1
Kirkland LakeGold 1
Lane Rincon Minesl

16

15

50

Mills
10

Victor-Monag Co

3*
75

65

1st M 6s Jan 1941

75

54

3*

Guar

of New York

Warrants

50

....

Lawyers' M Co
20
Lawyers Title A
Guaranty
100
56
Natl Surety Co.. 10
Title

♦

$6 preferred

—.

a

34

Island Creek Ooal.l
Isle

a

Home Title Ins (NY)

20
Internatl Mining—1

58

a '

Mortgage Guar..*

Inspiration Cons
Copper

114

97

W
;;

100
20

Sterling Spinning ...
Stowe Spinning
Textiles Inc com.. 10

Spartan Mills
Startex Mills

7% preferred.. 100
Victory Yarn Mills—

■

8% preferred

40

Southern

32

31

...10

China Grove Cot—

Weaving..

Southern Worsted pf

66

58

Cotton

20

a

Bond A M Guar..20

Bay Min
& Smelting.....*

Illinois Zinc

a

EmpireTitle AGulOO

Hudson

Southern Franklin

a

68
105

123*

Co

a

100

BldgTr

Bankers Bond A

Homestake Mines
Howe Sound

TjTBos)-100

Boston Wharf. ..100

GUAR
A SAFE
DEPOSIT STKS.

Mining
25c
Hollinger Mines
5

16

a

AN TEE

Hecla

93*

a
a

TITLE

Green e-Oananea_ 100

100

Southern
Bleachery
& Print Wks
*
Preferred

13*

1

City R E T (O)..500
Congress St Associ¬
ates (Boston). 100
Factory Bldg Tr.100
Fifty Associates (B).
Hotel Tr (Boston) 100
Kimball Bldg Tr 100

Power common..5

100

92c

Chic R ETrus's. 100

Granby Cons MSA

110
18
26

33*
105

Cent

1

Mines

14
93

25c

United Verde Ext50c
Utah Copper Co—10
Utah Metal A Tun. 1

Bos Stor W'h'se.100 a
a

413

413*

Goldfleld Consol
12

3*

,

vf *

Bos Gr'd R'T Tr 100

7% preferred- -lOO
Federal Mining &
Smelting com. .10
7% preferredlOO
Golden Cycle Corp 10

90
101

135*

Sunshine Mining. 10c
Teck-Hughes G M.l
Tonopah Belmont. 1
Tonopah Mining. .1
Union Copper Land
A Mining
25

Bos R E

Eagle Pich Lead..10

80"

83*
25*

Silver-Lead .1

Stand

REAL ESTATE TR
A LAND STOCKS
Bd of TrBld Tr.100

Evans Wall Lead..*

100

5

King Coal

Yukon Gold......5

Mexicana_.50c

80

74
128

5

Silver

Wright Hargreavee
Mines
*

27

233*

g

lc

1

Copper

Shattuck Denn

Walker Mining
r

Dome Mines Ltd—*

7% preferred...
100

Mills

3*

Gold Min AM—1

Rhodiss Mills 7% pf
Riverdale Mills pref.
Riverside & Dan Riv
Common
25

com

•3*

Consolidated

60"

(F W) Mfg. .100

Process

Anderson Cotton

1%
2

13*

Copper... 5

46

30 ""

7% preferred
6

Abbeville CM (SO) 10

Cresson

52

28

Saxon Mills

534

3*
U

25

91

Sibley Mfg (Ga).100
Smyre (A M) Mfg 10

M—100

9c

4c

...1

Consol

25

6% preferred

16

Copper Canyon. 10c
Copper Range
*
Cornucopia Gold_5c

27

Mfg

305*

14

Cons Min & Smelt .5

20

Piedmont

Chile Copper.
Como Mines

95
15

48

40

303*

Chief Consol Mln.. 1

80

78

32

*

89

Rowan Cotton Mills

20

Soule Mill (N B)_100

13*

-

50

313*

So Am Gold A Plat.l

63*

65*

zinc-Lead
1
Calumet & Hecla—5
Carnegie Metals
1
Central Am Mines. 1

66

2'

Joseph Lead
10
San Toy Mining —1
Seneca

6c

& C23*

Cerro de Pasco

90

113*

Co

100
62

115*

Callahan

42
V

8c

Cop & Z Co.S
Sup
10

Butte

41

3d"

5c

Butte &

76
70

70

5

& Sull'n M

85

33*

.

ing, Ltd

98
79

25

St

Bunker Hill

76

103*

St Anth Gold M...1

Consol Mines—1
Bulolo Gold Dredg¬

66

2 5*

Roan Antelope Min
Ltd Amer shares.

8

50

Nat Yarn Mills

Foe

Mills
♦
Saratoga Victory
Mills common—*
Preferred. ...—*

7% preferred.....

3

100
7% preferred.. 100

30

Sanford

Converse (D

62

Quincy

104

104

Black Hawk

15
70

65

Pacolet Mfg

A*
69

1st preferred.. 100
2d preferred.. 100

Climax

14
28
10

Cotton.

Mooresville

7% preferred

100
Saco Lowell Shops
(F R)

Co

97
95

95

62

Linford Mills

Majestic Mfg
Marion Mfg Co
Marlboro O Mills. .4
Mills Mill pref—100
Monarch Mills. .100

10

85

Rich Borden Mfg

Arcade

114

14

80

18

Qulssett Mills—100

Wamsutta

20

40

Industrial Cotton
Mills pref
.....

Newberry O M—100
Norris Cot Mills
Orr Cot Mills... 100

80

Notes

Common

18
30
10

Musgrove Cotton. .

Powdrell A Alexander

Co

14

Preferred

60

Nashua M (NH) 100
Preferred
100

46

10

104

/100

-

STOCKS
Admiralty Alaska
Gold Mining—.1
Alaska Juneau Gold
Mining
-10
Altar Cons Mines. J*
Amer Zinc Lead A
Smelting
1
$5 prior conv pf 25
AnacondaOopMin 50
Andes Copper M.20
Ariz Comstock
1
Austin Silver Min-.l
Backbone Gold
1
Bagdad Copper
5

103

85

Inman Mills......

*

95

104

/100

--

104

MINING

Henrietta Mills—

18
65
25
27

2

M

6% preferred——

12

(Baltimore)... 100
Nashawena

H) Knit.5

7% preferred
Mills—

30

Martel Mills
1
Preferred
8.50
Mohawk Carpet. .20
Mt V-Woodb Mills

10
35

Hanover

9

Hathaway Mfg. .100
Kilburn M (N B).75
Luther Mfg
100

42

8
29

108

Preferred-.....20
Hanes (F

37

43

-

Hamrick Mills

Dexdale Hosiery—
Preferred
100

Draper Corp
Farr Alpaca

60

95

Gossett Mills....

17

Preferred
100
Charlton Mills.. 100

Bourne Mills

52

/100
/100
/100

V

Pond Creek
Pocahontas
...*
Premier Gold M

1937—

97"

7% preferred—
Gaffney Mfg
50
Conv pref
10
Gainesville Cot Mills
Glenwood Mills....

2

Preferred

Border City Mfg 100
Boss Mfg com
100

Booth

Enterprise com..*
Pioneer Gold Ltd—1
Polaris Mining. .2 5c

1936

6
93

Florence Mills—...
94

90

Patino Mines A

1935...

Co—..10
preferred

233*

100

Preferred..

98

23*

Consol Mines...1

18

MARINE INSUR
ANCE SCRIP
Atlantic Mutual—

109

30c

29

Pacific Tin.......*
Park-Utah—

rl233*

T

3|

5

Noranda Mines
*
North Butte
2.50
Old Dominion Co.25

57

101

7%

150

56

97

70"
27

...

Nlpissing Mines

71

rjl45
96

45

'6

r

r

Erwin Cotton com..
6% preferred
Fairforest Finish Co
Serial notes

43*

Rosario

r

Enterprise Mfg(Ga).

Fine

86

r

84

623*

Preferred..
100
N Y A Honduras

12

82

Penmans Ltd com.*
Preferred
100

-60

Berkshire

5

r

r 108

Montreal Cottons..
Preferred
100

14

100

12

Per share

77

58

Arlington Mills.. 100
BarnardwMfg
100
Beacon Mfg
100
Preferred

r

Domin Text Ltd...*

28
18

Bid

Par

Newmont Mining. 10
New River Co
100

Can Cottons Ltd 100
Preferred
.100

Hosiery

preferred

Eagle A Phenix—100
Eagle Vara
Easley Cotton Mills
7 % preferred—
Eflrd Manufacturing

Stocks

Per share

Converters. 100

Can

109

date of Issue

Ask

Bid

Par

Canadian Mills

80

5
27

Dixon Mills

day of the month preceding the

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

1934

securities are as near as possible for the closing

5H

Agfa Ansco
„
Agnew-Surpass—
Shoe

*

com

r

Preferred
100 k
Alnsworth Mfg....
Air Associates.....

com..

Jersey Zinc. .25

Air Devices Corp..

a Purchaser also pays accrued dividend.
Ex-dividend.
• With-out par value.




f Flat price.

k Last sale.

I Par value $100.

n

Nominal.

r Canadian

price.

it New stock*

'.,j 1

INDUSTRIAL

DEC., 1937]

■■

MISCELLANEOUS

&

85

STOCKS

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue

Stocks

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Air Reduc'n com..*

AlbertarPacific
6
Giain class A_.

38
66

60

2

Inferred
100
.Alexander Dept Sts.
Alexander Hamilton

r

12

Inst

8 % preferred.

100

.

Preferred
Allegheny Steel

4

18

20

w

Conv preferred_20
Atlas Powder.-.- *

45

19

80

.100

-

i§*

19

22

1

7H

Cement pref---10

9%
2%

Aiientown Portland

14

Amer

6%

*

Alliance Realty
5
Preferred
100
Allied
Brewing
&

3

%
17

20

—

_

29
101
25%

*

pref..100

conv

American Meter-. *
American News
N Y Corp
*
Amer Optical
..*

156

Allied Kid Co com_5
Allied Laboratories *

9

10

Dye

..*
Allied Paper Mills. 1
Allied iTod cl,A._25
Common
10

12K
IK

Allied Stores Corp. *

8%

12 K

2%

14

5>% preferred-_100

16

10K

13

8%
53 K

50

Allis-Ch aimers Mlg
Common
*

43 X

43 H

Alloy Cast Steel

18

20

UK

15

*

Alpha Portl Cem._*
Altorfer Bros—

Conv preferred. .*

30

40

*

81

83

6% preferred..100
Alum Goods Mfg..*

119

Aluminum Co

com.

Aluminum

Indus—*
Aluminum Ltd
*
6% preferred..100
Am a I Leather
1

6% conv pref—50
Amalg Sugar
1
5% preferred
10
Amerada Corp
*
Amer Agric Chem
(Delaware)-....*
Amer Air Lines_„.10
•

119%
15%

15 K
Nov 15
6
69
72
121
119,
2K
20

k

22*
?*

2H

6%
54

55

11%
22 K

25%

Bakeries pref 100

93

97

Class A....-—*
Class B.;.*
Am Bank Note
10

24

28

14

18

14 K

14 y8

6% preferred
50
Am Bern berg com.*
Preferred.—100
Am Beverage Corp. 1
7% preferred
5
American Book. .100
Amer Box Board—1

53

55 H

American Arch
Am

*

.

A.Brake Sh & Fdy—
Common...
_*

5%%

conv

pf_100

American Can

8

10

70

90

1

IK

2K

2K

53

56

9%

10 K

31K
110

32 %
120

25

87

88

7% preferred.. 100
Canadian
Properties....—*
Am Car & Fdy
*
7% preferred—100

160

164

1

2

Amer

23 K

24

45 %

46

Amer Carmel

100
Preferred
.100
Amer Centrifugal.. 1
Am Chain & Cable.*
.

1
10 K

...

5% preferred--100
Amer

Chicle
Amer Cigarette &

.*

1

%

IK

17
91

IVA
95

95%

99 K

Cigar Co—...100
Preferred-.100

140

Amer Coal (N J) __25
Amer Colortype__10

23

29
x

7%

7%
46

Commercial

Alcohol com.-.20
Am Crystal Sugar 10

16

16%
15%

15%

6% 1st pref—100

80

Am Cyanamid A. 10
Class B
.20

32
23

5% preferred
10
Distilling pf 10

Amer

82

Oct 14

23%

10 K

10 Vs

5

5K

Amer Encaustic

Tiling Co
Amer Equities Co.

5%
_

.

Amer Express
100
Amer Felt common *

Preferred
100
Amer Forging and
Socket com—...»
Amer Fork & HoePreferred
100
Am Fruit Growers.*

Preferred
Am (Furniture
Am

'Hair

50
1

& Felt

*

1st preferred.-100
2d preferred.-100

f

3K
175

5A
4K

300

15
65

20

75

7%
12 K
100

8K

102*
it*

2

10
2K
6

6K

75
48

78
51

Amer Hard Rubb.50

14

8% preferred-.100
Amer Hardware. .25
Am-Hawaiian SS.10

75

W*

21%

22 A

Am Hide & Leath
*

6% preferred

*

50

Amer Home Prod—1
Amer Hosiery
25
Amer Ice Co

6%

non-cum

*

pflOO

7%

cum

"14%

Am

12

12%

3%

4

22

,24

36 K
9

!l*
it*

IK
18

v

8%
23

74%

Seal-Kap
2
Amer; Seating
..*
Amer Ship Build—*
Am Smelt & Refg. *
7% preferred-.100
_

American

6%

Snuff-.25
pflOO

Am Steel F'dries
American Stores

if

26%
5)K
122 K

*

9K

17

21
60

It*

50

3%
66%
68%
138%

25

6% prefer red-.100

Transformer. 10

4%
67%
69

139%

7 % preferred
100
Am Vitrified Prod-*

1

.

Preferred
*
Amer Wind Glass—
v
Class A
100
Common
_*

6

7%

lH
5*

■'

26
8%

7

72

*

80

4

4%
27%

26%
4%

6

1%

Anaconda Wire
*

Anchor Cap

46%
16%

*

$6K

conv pref..*
Anchor P & Fence.*

Andian Nat Corp..*

50

17
105

103
43

2

Angostura-W uppermann
Corp
1
Anheuser Busch.100
Antilla Sugar
.100
Apex Elec Mfg
*
Applied Arts
Appollo Steel
10
Apponaug Co
*
A P W Paper
*
Archer-Dan-Midl'd *
7 % preferred-.100

Argo Oil

7%

or

3%
9
13
4

28

119*
6*

5%

96%

98

17%
1%

9

9%

7

6% conv pref..25
Basic Dolomite
1

24

26

8

10

Bastian-Blessing

12

100

'0$ 8

124H

1

4

4%

12

12%

~

7%

7%

_

6

Hegeman
25
Artloom Corp
»
7 % preferred--100
Art Metal Constr.10
Art Metal Works..5
Arundel Corp
_*
Asbestos Mfg com.l

35

Aircraft
1
Beech-Nut Pack. .20

4%

w

19%
8%
16%

20 %

8%

17%

it*

11
*

4%
12

i

rllO
1

6% 1st pref
100
7% 2d pref—.100

18

"8%

7%
60

70%

60

80

Assoc El Indus Ltd
Am dep rets ord

_

11%

Nov 19

*

Rayon *
Athey Truss Wheel 4
Atl Coast Fisheries-»

.

Nov 12

5%
4

4%

12

11%
2%
5%

Belmont Radio
—*
RR & Stk Yds

Belt

3

7%
4

"4%
4%

50

5

52%

.52%
'

5

r

n

Nominal.




r

Canadian price,

x

Ex-dividend.

*
*

31%

Brinks, Inc

25

50

Bristol Brass

25

32

.5

31

Bristol-Myers

Brit-Amer Oil Ltd—

Coupon
Registered

_*
*
Brit-Amer Tob reg£l
Ordinary bearer £1

20%
20%
25%

25%

British Celanese Ltd
Amer dep rets. 10s
Brockway Motor—
Truck

common..

*

1%6
10c
3

Brown Co 6% pf-100
Durrell
*

31

75*

1%

Forman

Distillery

—

*

2%

1

6

Class A pref-—*
Brown Rubber
1

17

Brown Shoe

%^w*

Bruce (E L) Co
Bruck Silk Mills

5

3%
35%
9%

*

2

*

9%

$5 preferred
*
Buckeye Pipe L..50
Buckeye Steel Cast *
Bucyrus-Erie Co—5
7% cum pref.. 100
Bucyrus-Monighan
Class A

common

.

*

Buda. Co oom
100
Budd (E G4 Mfg..*
7 % prefer^. . 100
*

59

38
15

x9

31
7%
5%
40%
4%

8
5

45

4%

33

6 ,J;

—

*

com

Conv preferred..*

Warrants...

"7%

Burd Piston Ring--1
Burdines Inc
-1

Preferred-

$
*85

:-*

-

95

si*
6*
8

100

11%
Oct.

8^

Oct. 23

i§*

44

Burma Corp Ltd—
Am

dep receipts.

.

Burns Bros com—*

3%

3H

1

2

19

20

Burroughs Adding

Preferred-——*

4

24
34

_*

3

Machine

28

Burry

35%
;

5

'

26

15*

5% preferred
20
7% preferred--100
B/G Foods Tnc
*
7% preferred--100

93

1%
70
10%
30%

*
*

55%
15%
94

2%
80
11%
31%

3

4

1%
6%

7

3

f-7:'
20
104

22

14%

15""
13

*

*

/ New stock.

1

Biscuit. 12 %c

Bush Term Co

com

*

7% debenture. 100
Bush Term Bldgs
7% pref ctfs. .100
Butler Bros

5%

conv

10

pref. .30

Butt-erick Publis

Preferred

*

50

Byers (A M) com...*
7% part pref.-100
Byers Machine
*
Byllesby class A
*
Class B
Preferred

10
40

• Without par value.

Mfg

Class A

32%

BIack& Decker Mfg *

Lastsaie.

preferred- -100

4^
2^

Burco Inc

Blauner's

k

Brill Corp class A--*
Class B
*

Bunte Bros com.-10

5

-

Beth Fdy & Mach.*
Preferred
50
Beth Steel (Del) — .*

com

B-—-a.--.

14

3

Preferred

30%

•ignt Star Elec—

17%

17%
7%

& Cement com—*

$3

Bridgeport Brass.-*
Bridgeport Mach..*
Briggs Mfg
*

19%

Limestone

Birtman Elec Oo—5
Preferred
*

20

6%
4%
2%
9%
10%
22%

Brewers & Distillers5
Brewster Aeronaut'* 1

52

17%

2

7% preferred-.100

Inc

Brager Eisenberg—1
Breeze Corp
1

9%

m

19

.1

Billings & Spen—25
Bing & Bing
5
Binks Mfg
1
Birdsboro Steel
,>$■
Fdy & Mach com *

*

preferred

7 % preferred-. 100
*
Bulova Watch
*

13%

m

Purchase warrants
Borland Shoe St—*

Best & Co

1st preferred--100

Bullard Co._._-

Conv pref
*
Berghoff Brewing. _1
Berkey & Gay Fur¬

Bessemer

24

._*

Budd Wheel. A

Industrial

Preferred

10%,

13%

..1
Bellanca Aircraft. .1

Bickfords

M; registered
£1
Assoc Laundries...*

8

_

common.

20%

Hotels—

Bilt

Collender

1%
100%
8%
13%

97

Belding Hem'way. *
BeMen Mfg com. .10

niture

36

3
6
30

Brunswick-Balke-

24

13%

3%

A.65

Bondholders

common

8

Beech

Loan common—*
Preferred..
*

*

Brown Fence & Wire

35

12%

pref. 20

Beneficial Loan Soc *
Benson & Hedges. _*

25

cum

,

lot*
65*

85*
57*
2I

w_*

Bendix Aviation

6%

r

18

Beneficial

5%

1

111

16

39%
8A
8%

69
100

1

pref.-*
Bower Roll B'r'g.-5
Bowman Biltmore

2d

%

®

Preferred

Brown

110

2d

conv

*

Brown

11%

11%

Cream..25
Warrants

$1%

20

19

Beatrice

_

20

Preferred-----100

85"
18

-8*

65%
39

r

Baumann (Lud)
*
7% preferred..100
Bay State Fishing.*

w

yt 9%

—50

Mills A wi

Brillo

10%
28%
9%
13%

13%
%

$5 preferred

A

Common

Class

2%

5%% pref
50
Barlow & Seelig cl A5

Preferred _—.20
Bayuk Cigars
*
7% 1st pref...100

Class

7%

Preferred
.50
Bender Body com__5

5

c common

16%
1%

50
50
3

5% preferred
30
Equipt Corp__l
Arrow Aircraft-—1
Arrow Hart—r-

V t

7%
18

24

Common.

Aro

Associated

8%
4%
42

6

Bell Aircraft

3

7% preferred

%

11

100
preferred.. 100
Beaunit Mills Inc. 10

*

Assoc Dry G'ds

.

15

*

1st preferred

10
3

Works

Ashland Oil & Ref.l
As?">c Brew (Can).*

37

»

1

*

;■

24

Brach (E J) & Sons *

35""

Service clA
*
Barber Co Inc
10
Barber (W H) Co.. 1
Bardstown Distill..1
Barium Stainless

Bathurst Power
& Paper A

it*
28%

Briggs & Stratton__*

Baldwin Rubber...1
Bancroft (J) & Sons*
Preferred
100
Bankers Industrial—

Bates Mfg
Bath Iron Wks

40

111

Common.

4%

Bros

x

100

Preferred

Bowm

1%
1%

1%
1%
8%

Bearings Co (Am).*

Del

Preferred

101

%

com

84

Rubber com..*

$2.75

41

99

New warrants

Steel
Barker

*

Bourjois, Inc

xm

13

13"

8

pref. .100
Armour & Co (HI)—
Common
!
.6
$6 conv pr pref..*
7% preferred-.100
Armstrong Cork
*
Armstrong Rubb A*
Arnold. Constable.5
Print
Common

9

35

215*

1

10%
3%

guar

Arnold

45*

200

-y__10

Armour & Co

2%
16 A

39

30

12

27%

Woven Hose

Botany Worsted

75
80

8

100

pref
7% pref w i
Bond rights

21

77

Baldw Loco Wks__*
Com assented—
V t c for com
13

7%

3A
8

.

15%

10%

3
17

Botany Consol Mills

7
£ 71

.100

&

_

7% preferred-.100
Amer Wringer
*
Amer Writing Pap_*
com

Preferred

21

3%
7%
19%
2%

.

*8*

23%

*

Boston Herald

Boston

19%
7%

15%
50

15

Borg-Warner Corp.5
Borne Scrymser—25

6

Aviation Corp(Del)3
Avery(B F) & Sons 5
... --

B

Traveler Corp

25

6% pref w w—25
Warrants
Axton-Fish Tob A 10
Class B
10
Preferred
100
Babcock & Wilcox *

I

2%

Bartgis Bros com__l

22

Preferred-....100

6 Cable

A com

5%

Barnsdall Oil
5
Barnsdall Refining. 1

4

Am Type Found. .10

Am Woolen Co

it*
m

109%

Amer Thread pref. 5
Am Tobacco com.25

_

Class

Common

5

pref
__.*
Automobile Banking
$1.50 conv pref 25

7
20

Bloomingdale Bros.*
Blumenthal (S) com*
7% preferred.-100
Boeing Airplane.- 6
Bohack (H C) com
1st preferred--100
Bohack Realty pflOO

Borden Co

7%
7
43

Bond Stores com-.l

2%
7%

5

•v

1st preferred
50
2d preferred B.. 10
Bliss & Laughlin
5

7
48

mi

12 %

*

•

Bohn Alum & Br--5
Bon Ami com A
*

3%

6% preferred.. 100
Automatic Instru¬
ment common

Co

Bliss (E W) Co---*
Ctfs of deposit.

23%

20

27%

28

lt% Preferred-.100

B

9

$5 cum prior A._*
Autocar com
10

49

17

t

113%
6
6%

Austin Nich&Co..*

125

27 %

AM Sumatra Tob._*

Common

6

124

110

Amer Sugar Ref.100

Amer Thermos A
Preferred

50%

:Z£4r7.p-.-

*

Stove.__*

5%
14%
27%

x

non-cum

American

Atlas Tack.-.-—.*
Auburn Automob
*

*
Baker Chemical.. *
Balaban & Katz__25

Kg

American Screw.100

1

13%
mn
42% yy 45

Backstay Welt

18.50

Amer

Am

165

8K
22%
73%

Safety Razor

Common

.

14%

147

pref 100

Arcturus Rad Tube *

111

5% preferred.-100
Amer

1%
k 28

106

■

11*

Con v

19%
Nov119

12 H

7%
13%
20%

8

Automatic Prod.. 5
Automat Vot Mach *
Automatic Washer-

•

6
6

Am Republics com 10
Amer Rolling Mill 25
4 %% conv pf 100

-

63
13

28

20%
103%

110

59%

_

10

Allied Mills Inc.

26%

105

Stand Sanitary...*

35c

15c

1

&

common

105

59

Preferred i. ..100
American PianoClass A....._,-.*
Class B
.5
Amer Pneu Serv
*

155

Chem

%
30

25

_

*

Distilling Co
Corp

•

6

13

conv pref--100

5%

5%

Maracaibo__l

7% 1st pref
50
6% preferred
.50
Am Potash & Chem *
Amer Radiator &

Allied

15

5

*

*

Alles & Fisher

2':

14%

60

17%
9%

*
*
$3.50 Preferred..*

7 % preferred

8

7H

Amer Mach & Fdy.*
Am Mach & Met--*

Amer Metal Co.

7

100

Industries

13 %

10%

Allendale Corp
Allen

3
1

35

Am Maize Prod

6

3

Algoma Steel com.*

Blaw-Knox

Foamite Corp.-10
Warrants

2%

IK

Ask

Per

Atl Gulf & Wind
SS Lines..
*
5% non-cum pflOO
Atlantic Refining.25
4% conv pref. 100
Atlas Brewing
.1
Atlas Pipeline..
*
Atlas Plywood
*

13

5%

*

common

.

30

7%

6%
r

81

76

Bid

Par

Per share

50
Am Internat Corp.*
Amer-La France &

*

Stocks

Ask

Bid

ar

Am Laund Mach_20
Amer Locomotive.*

32

*

.

Amer I G Chem A.*

Preferred..

jys

5

Stocks i

Per share
Amer Insulator

Preferred
100
Alberene Stone of Va
Vot trust, ctfs

50 K

49

Air-Way Electric
Appliance.
*
Albany Packing. 100

Ask

Bid

Par

Per share

2%
2%

13%
8%
20%

*

2?*

1

3%
10%
33%

l4

l°5*

5

1%

---.*
-

1
9%
18

5

li
7

possible for the closing day of the month preceding

Quotations for all securities are as near as

Stocks

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

STOCKS

MISCELLANEOUS

INDUSTRIAL &

86

Stocks

Ask

Bid

Par

the date of issue
Ask

Bid

Par

-

v,--..--

Per share

Byron Jackson
Gable El Pr

v t

*

Oalaraba Sugar
Estates com

50

21%
22 H
48%

50

51

20

Corp—"*

Calif Pack

5% preferred
Cambria Iron

19H

17%

c..»

S*
54

Preferred

96
14 %

14

15

*

Preferred

66"

*

9

34"

Canadian Bronze..*
Preferred

15

9%
20%

Canadian Car & Fy *
Preferred
25
Canad Celanese
*

Cluett

'y:iC,

*

.14%

Peabody

7 % preferred. .100
Coca-Cola Bottling
of New York
*
Class A

1%

*1%

57%

100

105

*

5%

5X

3%

i%

■

7%

%'v 6

.

1%

X

20
4%

3%
20

16
30

5

Carrier Corp
*
Carriers & General.1
Carter (J W) Co...1

h

Products..

100
7% preferred.. 100
Case Lockwood &

88

v.'

99%

15%
30%
ox
15%

90%

4

12

101%
19%

.100
Celanese Corp
*
7% prior pref.100
1st partic pref.100

■

38%

102%

IVA

conv

Oomm'l

74
25

4%
70%
28

Gases

new

Conde Nast

29

p %
14
•y 4

45

7%

29%
1%

14%

A*
7%

: /

3

i*

10

Cen Violetta Sug_19

6

0%

Centrifugal Pipe.
*
Century Rib Mills.*
7% preferred-.100

3%
5%

4

Certain-teed Prods. 1
•

96
9

% prior pref. 100
Chain Belt com
*
Chamberlin Metal—

33%

Weather Strip...5

6%

Paper

6
106

13

9%
34

13%

♦

28

PP

100
Chapman Valve...2
Preferred
100
Oharis Corp
10
Cab

Mfg_5
Cherry-Bur Corp..5
Chesebr'gh Mfg..25
Chic Daily News..*
Preferred
*
Chic ElecMfg A__*
Chicago Flex Shaft 5
Chic June Rys & Un
Stk Yds pf
100

Chic Mail Order

5

Chicago Nipple

5

ChicPneu Tool

*

53 conv pref
*
B2.50 prior pref.
Chic Rivet & Mach 4
_

Chic Towel com
*
Conv preferred..*

Chic Yellow Cab..*
Chickasha Cot 0.10
Childs Co com
*
Preferred. .•
100
Chilton Co
10

Chrysler Corp

6

Cin Un Stk Yds..

City Auto Stamp,.
City Ice & Fuel
*
5%% cum pf_.100
City Investing. .100
City & Sub Homes 10
City Stores
5
_

29%
105

6% pref

35"
110
7

8%
16
96
15%
100%

16%
y 40

_*
1

60

68

7%

preferred...*

Cons Mach Tool uts.
Consolidated Oil
*

div pref.*

cum

Consol Royal Oil.l5
Consolidated Steel *

t c._25

Warrants

23

v

6% prefvtc--100
Co of 111
Vtc A partic..50
V t c B partic—*
Vtc partic pref 50
Container Corp
20
Continental Baking
Class B

98
12

12*
tt*
6r

44
101

12 %
5

35%
3%
57%
12%
5%

*

8% preferred. .100

12%

Continental Can..20

IX

$4 50 preferred..*

12%

10
61

m
d*

Spring

_

.

Oont'l Oil (Del)...5
Cont'l Oil (Mex)
1
Cont'i Roll & Steel
Preferred
100
Cont Screw com. .10
Preferred

10

63

75

3%
3%

33

Special preferred

-

*

$4

preferred

3%

*

(R G)—
Bradstreet Corp.*
$6 preferred.....*

Dunhill

26




n

Nominal,

& Co common..20

6% n-v deb...100
$4.50 cum pref..*
Duquesne Brewing. 5
Durham Hosiery—
Class B

Canadian price,

111%
131

U0X
12%

*

com

%

6% preferred.. 100
Duro-Test Corp
1
Duval Texas Sulph.*

Dwight Mfg
15
Eagle (C K) pref 100
Eagle Lock
25
Oil

$1.50

415%

1

pref.20

conv

East Boston Co..10
East Dairies Ltd—*
Eastern

Footwear .1

East Mall'ble Iron25
Eastern

Mfg com..*
P

Eastern Roll Mill. .5
Eastern

0%
13%
9X

14 X
12

9 vi

8

Steamship.*
$2 conv pref
*
Eastern Sugar Assoc
Common

1
1

.....

Preferred
Eastman Kodak

9%
18
3%
75

9

15%
3%

*

6% preferred-.100
Easy
washing

23

23 X

21%

22X

Edison Bros Stores—

10
__1
com. 15

14

Educational Pictures

11

14%
8X
11%

100

90

95

77

2

1%
4%

4%

%

,

4%
%
18%

■y.5
IX
21%

50

20

Preferred
Delta

7u

Electric..2.55

7%

0%
19%

De Mets Inc pref--*
Dennison

27

1%
0%
14%
11%

ll"
I4O?K

2%
0%
14%

12%
1%
78
43

107 %

Class A

2

1%

lQ

45

60

8% preferred.. 100
Dentists' (The)
Supply com
10
Derby O & Ref com *
$4 Preferred
*
Detroit Compensat'g
Axle Corp com..!
Det Gasket & Mfg—
Common
...1
6% preferred—20

110

125

4

65

80
55

16

1%
28%
%
0

82
57
18

3%

9%
11%

10%

14%

4%
3%
9%
47

15X

Radio

1

2%
10

2%
21

0%

&

4

1

Devoe & Raynolds—
Class A (non-vot) *
B

Common

u

3%
23

,:;7%

'yp 5
37

38

18%

.10

5

4

*

22

6% part pref...25

32

com

Diamond Match

1%
2%

35

100

Dexter Co

Warrants

——

Eisemann

I

Magneto *
100

Eitlngon Schild

*

Electrical Steam

1

Sterilizer

Electric

3
*

Boat

Elec Ferries com

x

Ex-dividend.

3%.

5

Elec & Musical

r;

Indus Am shs

20%
6

§!*

Elec Shovel Coal

*

Partic pref.

*

Elec Stor Battery..*
Elec Vacuum Clean*
Electrol Inc

v

Common
Electrolux

.1

Corp—1

Elk Horn Coal Corp*
6 %non-cum pref50

Ely Walker D G..25
1st preferred-.100
2d preferred-.100
Emerson Drug..2%

1%

Class B
2%
Emerson Electric. 10

11
12

25%

%

y

i

8

25%
24

Corp

Elgin N Watch—15

* Without par value.

0%
24%
20

t c -.1

Electrographic

Empire Sheet &
Tinplate
*
Employers' Group
Associates ....—*

t New stock; old split 3 for 1.

60

6% preferred..100
8% preferred-.100
Household

Electric

Electric Products—*

'y

34
114

*

2d preferred
Devonian Oil

102

14
'

-k%

Detroit Paper Prod 1
Detroit Steel Prod.*
Detroit Sulphite. .10

Television

1

Common

Eisler Elec Corp

Util Corp

Detroit Mich Stove 1
Detroit Harvester. 1

Detrola

Nov 8

%X

Gray Iron &
Foundry com
1

8%
IX
48%
%
0%

2

5% preferred—50

Electric Auto-Lite. 5

52
4X

50

Detroit

9

*

Preferred

Mfg—

7% preferred. .100
6

3

com

B

Common..

Gilbert Corp

Dejay Stores
Del Rayon A

Mach
Class

Eaton Mfg Co

4

r

lnternat'1.1

Preferred

*
35

19

*

Duplan Silk
*
8% cum pref. .100
DuPont (E I) de N

I
k Last sale,

*

Dun

7 % preferred
Deisel-Wemmer

3

Preferred

100

Deere & Co com...*

98

Cook P't & Vara..*

.....

9%
103%
4X
85%

3%

100

ll6A

40

24
;

110

100

Mfg

part conv n-c A.*
Class B
*
Dri Steam Valve-.5

9%

100

Converse Rubber..*

70

Preferred
Dresser (S R)

4
Economy Groc Sts_*
Eddy Paper
*

Cont Steel Corp
Preferred

13*
67

*

21

14

*

100

18'/

57%

4%

*

com

Drug

Deep Rock Oil
6 Ref 7% pf—100

1

com

Cont Diam'd Fibre.5
Continental Mot
1

7%

25^

*

Common...
Class A

...25
Stores..*

17%

Continental Cushion

M
100

~9%

*

2

Davega Sts Corp..5
5% conv pref..25
Davenport Hos'y.. *

18%

Doubleday Doran.*
Douglas Aircraft..*
Douglas Shoe pf_100

:15%

J*

Consumers

Class A

24%

23%

Dayton Rubber Mfg

Consolidation Coal—

Common

25

*24

*

29

100

Decker (A) & Cohn 10
Preferred
100

,

*

Consol Textile

Hammer

23%

Glass. 100

Preferred

Eason

65

...

yy$y.
H

$5

Consol Retail Sts.-l

Cutler

Finance—

preference.*
Dominion Bdge.100
Dominican Coal pf 25

1%
7%
5%

Indus.. 1

part pf..*
5

12%

J>4%

pref. .100
$8cum pref
.*

Davison Chemical. 1
Warrants

74

cum

12

cum

$2 partic pref

3%

0%
70%

$2

0%

i8
3%

Darling Stores Corp

55

Cons Laundries

4%

40%
3%

Dardelet Thr'dlock *

3%

Cigar Corp..*
0%% prior pf.100
7% preferred.100

7%

10

Cons

Cons Film

35
Nov 8

0

*

•-*

25%

Consol Car Heat. 100

37

101^

8%

12

123,

1!"

2!*

40

Biscuit

15%

3%

Dailey Corp
1
Darby Petroleum-.5

1

8% preferred. .100

&

Fibre

22%
7%

pref....*
_*

conv

Consol

13%

21%

Oongoleum-Nairn. *
Congress Cigar
*
$3

8*
lH

Oushman's Sons—

13%

5
Pub..*

Consol Baking
Preferred

13%
3%
50

28
102

*

Ourtis8 Wright. Corpl
Class A
1

Compressed Indus

61

'99%

14%

...

$7 preferred

Domestic

Preferred

%
4%

1

6%% prefeiTedlOO
*

99%
9X
1%

15

14

Dubilier Condenser *

7%

2 %

44

13

Pkg—
0%% pref
100

Dry den Paper

10%

8% preferred
10
Cunningham Drug

96

21?£

12<

Driver Harris Co 100

85

58 X

1

81

Oompo Shoe—
Mach vt cext—1

20%

12

75

11%
3%

100

Curtis Lighting.
Curtis Publish

9%

IX

k

5% Preferred .100
Oudahy Pack
50

com

20%

:

Dold (Jacob)

Dundee Textile

*

28*
89

Dist-.l

Com'wealth

10
7% preferred-.100

43%

Solvents-.*

Consol Aircraft

.

Cuban A$1 Sugar—
Common
..10

Stores

34%

/8

Cuban-Am Sug

3%
14%

Doehler Die Cast..*

Preferred

31

X
4%
75

Distil

23%

Dow

40

09

..10

Preferred

15

22

Dow Chem

11

34

Nov 22

...*

Cummins

>

7%

Ouneo Press

pref..*

85

4

.•

':

10

60

■

2

13%

•

*

.

J

5%

5

30X
75

*

Tobacco

13 %

Dr Pepper Co.....*
Dodge Mfg
*

Coal B

5

11%

5

7% preferred.. 100
Crystal Oil Ref
*

Cuban

55

Dominion

a.

19

Crucible Steel... 100

Cuba Co

10%
32

50

*

Dominion Steel &

9

34

9%

_

..

15%
30

♦

A

Dominion

%*

33%
34%
32%
1%

*

w

Or
14

Columbus Auto-

$4.25

x

Preferred

72%

4%% conVpref 100
48

Aguirre

1

15%
0%

70%

Colum Carbon vtc*

_*

Preferred

$5 conv pref

iS*

pref--*

com.

.

Crown Drug com. *
Preferred
50 k
Crown Zellerbach

4

28

Columbia Pic com.*

24 X

com..

Central Paper..
Preferred

•vv3

Vot tr ctfs com..*

1

Common.

95

6% cum pref_-100
Corp
16
1st preferred..
$7 preferred
*

5 % preferred. .100
Cent Ohio St Prod.l

; 14%
30

19%
19%
5%
4%
29% July 27
15%

2%

8l"

Celluloid

*

115

22 X
24
*, 8

■rAX

Seal.*

20 X
20

B'castlng
Sys Inc class A2^

Parts

92

31

Petroleum (Md)_5
Crown C'k &

Columbia

conv

IX
%
27%

109

9

3%

Dixon (J) Cruc.-lOO
Dobeckum Co com.l

Class

11%

■

07

Dlvco-Twln Truck. 1
Common

1

^ 5

24%

23%
7%
%
8%

/•■(

20%

Dixie-Vortex Co—

17

22

\

160

15%

*

6% pref w W..100
Distillers Liquors..6

Cum

Crown Cork Int A_*

54

52

Oomm'l Invest Tr.*

47

5% preferred

Airport

2%
3%
15%

$2 preferred _____*
Commercial Credit

100

21X

Castle (A M) Co..10
Catalin Corp
1
Caterpillar Tract-. *

Central Cold Storage
Common
20
Cent Foundry com.l

if*

25

Class B

>2%

91

$2.25 pref w w._*

6

Columbia O & G

22

230

Co. .100

Associates

108"

Preferred.....—*

1%

Seagrams Ltd

2%
75

-1

~5%

X

25%

Ltd.JEl

Distillers Corp-

23%

x

*

99

*

Arms Mfg

165

1
*
*

26

$2.75

16

*

Case (J I) Co

98

25%

Columbia Baking. .*

10

81

Co

Carpenter Steel

'92

Colt's Patent Fire

91

"1

*

Class B

9
95

9
84

Carey (Philip)
*
6% preferred.. 100
5% preferred.. 100
Carib Syndicate-.25
Carman & Co A

7
90

:

58

161

.

Crowley Milner
Crown Central

4

140

Distillers Co

57

Orowell Publish 'g. _
Preferred
100

30

25

Prod..2

Corp (NY)

Discount

2

48

117

100

120

2%

8X

8

44

102

68

101

97

2

Dictaphone Corp..*

Dictograph

0

4

12%
%
Warrants—.....
4%
Coty Inc
*
Oourtaulds Ltd—
11%
Am deprcts ord£l
Covered Wagon Co
$1.50 conv cl A.20 U i / '' *:
X
Cramp (W) & SnslOO
Crane Co com
25 X 27

Croft Brewing

10

Ool Fuel & Iron
Warrants

2%

110

-.5
Crocker-Wheeler
*

59

Shoe

6H%pf (ww) 100

100

Creole Petrol

840

Diamond

Diamond T Moto