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REG.

PAT. OFFICE

AUGUST IN RETROSPECT
Page

Commercial

and

Financial

Hides and Leather

1

Events

Cotton

10

Iron and Steel Trade

Course of the Stock Market

14

Money Market

Dividend Declarations

13

New

Foreign Affairs

Rubber

5

—

16

Foreign Exchange

9

Grain—Coffee—Sugar

Security Issues

Petroleum and Its Products...

Federal Reserve Bank—Brokers' Loans. 16

Textiles
United States Treasury

INDEX TO STOCK EXCHANGE

Financing

QUOTATIONS

Baltimore Stock Exchange..

New York Curb

Boston Stock

New York Stock Exchange—Bonds.

Exchange

Exchange

New York Stock Exchange—Stocks

Chicago Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange..

Philadelphia Stock Exchange

Detroit Stock Exchange.....

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange

Los Angeles Stock

San Francisco Stock

Exchange

Exchange

INDEX TO GENERAL QUOTATIONS
Banks and Trust

Municipal Bonds—

Companies—

Domestic

Domestic

Canadian

Canadian

...

96
97

Exchange Seats

Public

Federal Land Bank Bonds

Public Utility Stocks

84

Foreign Government Bonds

Railroad Bonds

72

Industrial Bonds

Railroad Stocks

76

Industrial Stocks

Real Estate Bonds...

94

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks

89

Investing Companies Securities

Textile Stocks

89

Joint Stock Land Bank—

Title

Insurance Stocks

—

Securities

Utility Bonds

Guarantee and

78

Safe

Deposit

Stocks

...

..89

Mill Stocks—see Textile Stocks-

United States Government Securities..96

Mining Stocks

United States Territorial Bonds

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Surplus and Profits $4,067,337
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JN the nearly sixty years that it has been in
business, this

company

Company—the oldest

in Maryland—has,

as

ministrator and Trustee,

faithfully and

fully administered

settled

Its activities

are

and

confined

ment of estates and

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has

acquired

trust

Executor, Ad¬
success¬

many

estates.

solely to the

manage¬

property.
a

reputation for stability,

promptness, efficiency, courtesy and fair deal¬

ing, and has built

up a

competent organization

management and settlement of estates.
DIRECTORS
John J.
Edwin G.

Nelligan, Chairman of the Board
J. Edward Johnston

Baetjer

Howard Bruce

Blanchard Randall

Lyman Delano

Charles E. Rieman

Robert Garrett

Morris Whitridge

Norman James

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year ending on June 30 1936, and $49,000,000 for each fiscal
year thereafter, to meet the cost of certain requirements of

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COMPANY, Publishers,
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Banking Bill, planned by the
Administration to center control over currency and credit in
the Government, was completed by Congress when the con¬

William Street corner Spruce

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appropriations of $94,491,000

the law,
On Aug.

OFFICE—208 South La Salle Street.

LONDON OFFICE—Edwards

It carries

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Chronicle are 815 per annum

and Central America

19, the Omnibus

ference report on

approved in the Senate and

the Bill was

The BiJl with all its changes

House without record votes.
REVIEW OF AUGUST—COMMERCIAL
FINANCIAL EVENTS

The best

news

in connection with

so-called

of $2,713,000,000
employers and employees to pay

pensions for the aged, aid the sick, the

Record is one of the companion publications
Financial Chronicle, and is issued monthly.

and U, 8. Possessions

President Roosevelt's

It will impose taxes

"must", program.

The Bank and Quotation
of the Commercial &

NO. 9

SEPTEMBER 6 1935

NEW YORK,

VOL. 8

AND

Government affairs

in the

banking laws, was hurried to

the enrolling clerks who

began putting it in shape for dispatch to the
President Roosevelt signed the Bill on Aug.

White House.
23.

Bill designed to add about
during the past month was the adjournment, shortly after $250,000,000 annually to Federal revenue, principally by
mid-night of Aug. 26, of the first session of the Seventy-fourth means of greater imposts on large incomes and estates, was
or so-called "Ten Billon Dollar Congress."
Much of the
completed by Senate and House conferees and, following
new legislation passed and the appropriations granted have
ratification by the respective bodies, made ready for the
caused considerable concern and the adjournment came as a
President's signature.
The bill in its final form was some¬
relief to everyone—except perhaps the New Dealers.
To what tempered from the original conception of taxation, as
quote the New York "Times" "House and Senate joined in indicated
by the Roosevelt Administration to Congress.
the scramble, adding millions to the appropriations so that
President Roosevelt signed the new Tax law on Aug. 30.
there might be enough for everybody to get his individual
At 3:10 p. m. on Aug. 26, the Utilities Bill providing for
portion. Nothing else could have been expected so long as the eventual elimination of holding companies except those
the popular belief has spread and been fostered that, as the
essential to the operation of single integrated systems, be¬
old song put it, "Uncle Sam's rich enough to 'give us all a
came a law when it was signed by President Roosevelt.
farm.'

But his land is qow

nearly gone, and if the

spending

keeps on it looks as if his cash will soon be also." Chairman Buchanan
of the House Appropriation Committee

rage

has

estimated

that

$10,250,000,000.
occasion for

the

total
hours of the session were the

record appropriations will

The closing
denunciation by Representative

a severe

Wood¬

"the Administration's profligate expendi¬
He ventured the prediction that the American

ruff of Michigan of

tures."

people would seize the first opportunity given them
the ballot "to register for all time a repudiation

through

of these
shocking wasteful policies that will be a lesson to other
administrations for many years to come."
"For the fiscal
year ended June 30 1934, the Administration appropriated
$7,105,050,000; for the fiscal year ended June 30 1935, there
was appropriated $8,851,069,000 and this, together with the
sum appropriated by this session of Congress, represents a
sum greater by $1,514,274,000 than was expended by the
United States during the period of 124 years from Washing¬
ton's first inauguration to the fiscal year ended June 30 1913,
when President Wilson

assumed Executive authority over the

expenditures of the United States
Woodruff.

Government," said Mr.
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The New Deal program

whose campaign appeal was
forward with Roosevelt."
Mr. Risk made no secret of his opposition to the New Deal
condemning among other things, the Agricultural Adjustment
Administration's processing tax and contending that several
of Rhode Island's textile mills had closed as a result of the

Prince, his Democratic opponent

"Shall it be back to Hoover or

Federal

assessments.

will break up most

passed by Congress and signed by

been termed a virtual "death sentence,"
of the big holding company networks

"
Roosevelt signed the Guffey Coal
Control Bill, launching the Federal Government on a new
venture in industrial regulation, which he had asked Congress
to undertake despite doubts as to its constitutionality.
The
immediate effect is expected to be the cancellation of further
threats of a strike in the bituminous coal field.
On Aug. 30, President Roosevelt also approved the bid
establishing the Liquor Control Authority within the Treas¬
ury Department, to displace the old Federal Alcohol Control
Administration which lost official standing with the dis¬
solution of the National Recovery Administration from which

within three years.
On

it

,

Aug. 30, President

derived

its

Over

authority.

strenuous

objections of

Morgenthau and other Govern¬
ment officials, the Act stipulates that it shall be administered
by a single agent under direct supervision of the Treasury
Department.
To date no official indication as to the iden¬
tity of the new liquor administrator has been forthcoming.
Secretary of the Treasury

Adjournment

of Fir$t

Settion

of Seventy-fourth

Several "Must" Bills

Adjournment of the first

Congress-r—

Fail of Passage

session of the Seventy-fourth

shortly after midnight on Aug* 26, the
adjournment bringing to an end a filibuster engaged in by
Senator Huey P. Long of Louisiana.
The tactics which
Congress occurred

prevented the enactment of the
effort to force the

bill developed through an

House to accept last minute

amendments

by the Senate to the Third Deficiency Bill which would have
called for the continuance of loans of 12 cents a pound on cot¬
ton

Major Bills Enacted
Among important bills

The bill, which has

took a sharp setback in the special

Congressional election held in Rhode Island on Aug. 6 when
Charles F. Risk, Republican candidate defeated Antonio

Aug. 20, the new Tax

On

and provided for loans

of 90 cents a bushel on wheat. The

adjournment of the session, under a previously adopted
concurrent resolution, marked the defeat of the Third

Deficiency Bill which it is understood carried appropriations
of $76,000,000 for the Social Security Law, $13,000,000 for
President Roosevelt signed the Social Securitjr,
soil conservation, $600,000 for the Rail Retirement Board,
Bill, which was approved by the Senate and sent to the White
House on Aug. 9.
This Social Security Bill was one of the $200,000 for administration of the Guffey-Snyder Coal

President Roosevelt during the month were the following;.
On Aug. 14,




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Control Bill, $200,000 for the operation of the
Federal
Alcohol Control Administration and $25,000 for
administration of the Neutrahty Act.

,

Lonergan Plan Is Dropped
The

It

estimated by Chairman Buchanan of

was

the

estate and inheritance taxes,

House

Appropriations Committee that the appropriations of the
session will total $10,250,000,000, a record.
Six major pieces of Administration 4'must"
legislation
failed of enactment during the session of
Congress just ended.
These were the Walsh Government Contract
Bill, the Ship
Subsidy Bill, the Commodities Exchange Regulation Bill,
the protocols for adherence to the World
Court, the Third
Deficiency Bill and the Copeland Food and Drug Bill.
Summary

of

Legislative

Achievements

of

First

Session

providing

The inheritance tax went out of the bill
because of difficulties in

through in record time,
administrative pitfalls,

was

and

the American tax system,

drafting

The proposal, which the House shoved
found upon re-examination to be
fraught with
tax

experts urged allowing this levy,

new

to

to go over for further study next session.

The increased estate tax provision

adopted so as to make up the
by deletion of the inheritance levy.
The proceeds would come

revenue lost

from

a

paying
Senate conferees.

surrendered by the

was

and

purpose of

suitable administrative provisions.

the same general source;

was

namely, the large estates of the country,
as they are received
by the

although the principle of taxing inheritances
beneficiaries

would

President.

of

be

not

written into

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our

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system,
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as

desired by the

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Seventy-fourth Congress

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Lonergan amendment, also inserted by the Senate

special exemption for insurance policies taken out for the

,.

The

The following summary of the
accomplishments of the
first session of the 74th Congress was contained in
United
Press advices Aug. 25 from Washington to the New York
"Journal of Commerce":'

a

measure

was

passed by the Senate

vote of 57 to 22 and

by the House

Omnibus

Banking

Aug. 15 by

Bill

Aug. 5 by

a vote

Signed

on

282 to 96.
Administration's

on

President

by

of

Roosevelt

1. Social Security—A program aimed to insure some 30,000,000 Americans
against the hazards of old age, unemployment and
disability,

y:

The

Administration's omnibus banking bill, oft which
Senate and House conferees had been deadlocked
following
the adoption of the measure by the Senate on

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2.

Wagner Labor Disputes Act—A law seeking to guarantee to
workers
the right to organize and bargain
collectively with their employers.
3. Banking Act of
X935-~Strengthening Federal control over credit and
monetary policy. .
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4. National Defense—Nearly $1,000,000,000 was
voted toi Increase the
strength of the Army and Navy, and construction of 24 new naval
vessels
was authorized.
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5. Neutrality—Voted an embargo on munitions to
warring nations,
effective until March 1; set up a
registration and licensing system for arms
manufacturers, and prohibited American ships from
carrying arms or men
to belligerent ships at sea.
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6. Gold Clause Suits—Citizens

.

prohibited from suing the Government
after Jan. 1 on claims arising from dollar
devaluation.
7. Alcohol Control—Reasserted the Government's
control of the liquor
industry which was voided by the Supreme Court's National
Recovery
Administration decision.
8.

Guffey Coal Bill—Set

dustry, imposing

up a

were

"little NRA" for the bituminous coal

in¬

a tax on

production and rebating 90% of the tax to
pro¬
ducers who adhered to certain
wage and hour standards.

9. Farm Mortgage

1-

Moratorium—Permitted bankruptcy proceedings to
stay foreclosures for three years, giving farmers the
right to redeem their
' '

property after that time.

10.

■

Utilities—Voted

to limit utility holding
companies to not more
given integrated system of operating
companies, and
placed holding company control under Securities and
Exchange Commission.
11. Relief—Voted $4,000,000,000 to set
up two-year works program
designed to give employment to 3,500,000 men.

than two for

12

corporations to raise
13. AAA

by President Roosevelt on Aug. 23.
The conference report
was
adopted by both the House and Senate on Aug. 19.
Under the bill, which was passed by the House on
May 9,
by a vote of 271 to 110 and by the Senate on July 26 with¬
out a record vote, the Federal Reserve Board is to
be known
as "the Board of Governors of
the Federal Reserve System,"

and the Governor and Vice-Governor of the Reserve
Board
are
to be known
respectively as "Chairman" and "ViceChairman" of the Board of Governors of the Reserve
System.
The heads of the 12 Reserve banks are to be
designated as
"President" instead of "Governor," so as not to conflict
with the Reserve Board titles.
With regard to the
ments made

on

the rich

additional

an

Amendments—Sought

wealthy estates and profitable

on

$250,000,000 yearly

revenue.

to bolster the New Deal farm program

against pending court tests and restrict suits for
recovery of processing
taxes if they are found
illegal.
14. TVA Amendments—Gave Tennessee
Valley Authority specific author¬
ity to sell surplus power.
15. Air Mail—Directed Interstate
Commerce Commission to
rates paid to air lines and continued
maximum 33 1-3

investigate

% base pay.
16. Motor Carriers—Placed inter-State bus
and truck lines under the
ICC safety regulations.
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17. Railroad

Reorganization—Simplified

procedure

for

reorganization

under ICO .approval.

18. Railroad Pensions-—Provided for Federal
pensioning of railroad
employees at 65 or after 30 years' service.
19. Veterans' Pensions—Restored full benefits to
Spanish War veterans.
20. NRA—Extended recovery
agency in skeleton form after

by the conferees,

a

16 to the New York "Times" is

adjust¬
Washington dispatch Aug.
quoted in part as follows:

The end of the conference marks
along fight over the policies of Marrlner
Eccles, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, as
expressed in the
bill passed by the
Hous^afid the views of the Glass group as set forth
S.

in the Senate bill.

any

Taxes—Increased taxes

July 26 until
was signed

conference report was agreed upon on
Aug. 16,

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Opinion to-night
once

more

was

come out

that Senator Glass, veteran banking
legislator, had

the victor.

He and the other Senate conferees succeeded in

carrying out their views

the Open Market Committee,
particularly in the aspect that Govern¬
securities must be purchased on the open market and
not direct
from the Treasury.
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Likewise, Senate conferees prevailed in their insistence that the Federal
Reserve Board must be increased from the
present six to seven members,
with the

Secretary of the Treasury and the Comptroller of the Currency

eliminated

as

members ex-officio.

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v

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The provision of the Senate bill that bankers
may serve on not more
than two bank boards

simultaneously

the discretion of the Reserve

was

retained but made subject to

Board, however.

A big feature of the bill is the
arrangement for the Open Market Com¬

mittee, which would be composed of seven Reserve Board members and
five representatives of the 12 regional Reserve banks.
This Committee
would have power to influence the flow of credit

by purchase and sale

of

Government bonds by the Reserve

banks.

.

Court voided original code structure.
21.

The policy laid down by the Committee would be

Final Congressional action

I,

Financing—Authorized sale of "baby bonds" in denominations
from

5 up.

follows in

the Administra¬

which is expected to yield new revenue of
$250,000,000 annually.
The conference report on the bill
was
approved by the House and Senate on Aug. 24
following
an adjustment reached
on Aug. 20
by the conferees of the
differences between the bill as passed

by the House on
Aug. 15.
The measure
was
submitted to conference with the
rejection by the
House on Aug. 16 of the Senate amendment
designed to
repeal the tax of 50% on profits derived from silver stocks.
Another

Senate

amendment—that

of

Senator

serted in the Senate bill to
repeal the tariff excise
It was noted

Borah—

on

whale oil.

by the Washington correspondent of the New

4'Journal of Commerce" that
despite the modified
form in which the bill was
offered for final passage, three

Republican conferees, Senator Metcalf, Rhode Island, and
Representatives Treadway, Massachusetts, and Bacharach,
New Jersey, declined to
give it their approval.
The New
York "Times"
reported from Washington Aug. 20 that one
unusual thing about the
compromise, and one not unex¬
pected, was the deletion of the inheritance tax, a
major

recommendation of the President.
we quote:'
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From the

account

same

The next major
action, which differed in principle from Mr.

suggestions,
on

was

incomes in

Roosevelt's
adoption of the House surtax rates,
beginning the increases
of $50,000 instead of
confining the increases to the

excess

brackets above

$1,000,000,

by the Senate.

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as

recommended by the President and
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adopted

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In working out the conference
agreement, the conferees threw out the
Borah amendment,
prohibiting future issues of tax-exempt Federal securi¬

ties,

the

on

the bill

McCarran

Purchasing

Act

of

present tariff tax

amendment

1934,

on




and

whale oil.

repealing certain sections of the

the

Copeland

amendment,

Silver

repealing

the

was

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indicated

as

1

The House and Senate passed the conference
report on the omnibus
In the House, discussion was brief, and there was no roll
In

report
a

the

was

Senate

declared

half-minute after it

of the

there

was

adopted
was

complete absence of discussion,

Vice-President John

by

taken up.

conference report,

the report was adopted.

was

,

N.

and

Garner

the

within

Even Senator Carter Glass, in charge

surprised
,

.

at

the suddenness with

which

,

President Roosevelt Signs $272,000,000 Deficiency Appropriation
Bill

on

proposing to remove the tax-exempt privilege from future
issues of Government securities was
also dropped by the
conferees.
Likewise the latter removed the
provision in¬
York

the

banking bill.
call.

On Aug. 30 President Roosevelt signed

tion's tax bill,

Aug. 5 and that by the Senate

upon

Washington advices Aug. 19 to the New York

"Herald Tribune":

President Roosevelt Signs Tax Bill-—Will Yield New
Revenue of
$250,000,000 Annually
m

mandatory

Reserve banks.

Supreme

The Second

$272,000,000

Deficiency Appropriation Bill, appropriating
in

supplementary funds for Government
current fiscal
year and to meet defi¬
ciencies in prior years, was
signed by President Roosevelt
on Aug. 12.
Included in the measure was an appropriation
of $36,000,000 for the Tennessee
Valley Authority.
The
bill also included an
appropriation of $100,000 for the
expenses of the milk marketing investigation being conducted
by the Federal Trade Commission.

departments for the

President
v.

Roosevelt

Signs

Resolution

Government by Holders of Federal

Barring
Securities

Suits

Against

Carrying Cold

Clause Provisions

On Aug.

28 President Roosevelt signed the resolution
Congress, which, after January 1 1936 bars
holders of Government securities
containing the "gold
clause' * provision from bringing suit against the Govern¬
ment for damages which
might be charged to dollar devalu¬
ation and nullification of
gold payment promises. The
resolution was signed at 6 p.m. Aug, 28, the
legislation being
one on which the time of
signing was required.
Congres¬
sional action on the resolution was
completed on Aug. 24,
the conference report thereon
having been adopted by the

passed by

House on that day; the Senate
adopted the conference re¬
port the previous day, Aug. 23.
The resolution had been
referred to coherence to adjust the
the legislation

as

differing provisions of
passed by the House on July 18 by a Vote
by the Senate Aug. 8 by a

of 258 to 88, and that
approved
vote of 53 to 24.
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For

Angus D. Mac Lean has been appointed Assistant Attorneyto be in charge of arguing before the Court o
Claims new suits filed under the gold clause resolution.
Roosevelt

Signs

Social Security

cally

Appointed

Bill and at the

time issued

same

a

statement

on

the measure

in which he said:
If the Senate and tne House of Representatives in

regarded

as

their long and arduous

this bill, the session would be

The measure as signed by the President on Aug. 14 is
only slightly changed from the form in which the President
submitted it to Congress last January.
It was regardec.
as one of the most
important features of his so-called "must
program."
The bill will impose taxes of $2,713,000,000
annually by 1950 upon employers and employees to pay pen¬
sions for the aged, aid the sick, the unemployed and the
blind.
It carries appropriations of $94,491,000 for the 1936
fiscal year as the Government's contribution to the pension
scheme, not including $4,000,000 authorized for the fiscal
year ending on June 30 1936 and $49,000,000 for each fiscal
year thereafter to meet the cost of certain requirements
of the law.

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as

"the "death sentence" clause.

holding

a

more

retains

company

States in such

operating company.
to

remain

operating unit.

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It seeks to end

practice

a

sprawling

multiple-system

a

a

over

setup that State regulation is impossible.

a

Under this provision, holding companies that are per¬
in

existence

allowed

not

are

make

to

strengthen
chiefly

it.

They

the

on

be formed, but they

may

not to be permitted

are

measure

June

clause.

sentence"

and

24

The

June 11.

on

by

won

bill
.

in

reported

was

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vote in that body.

one

;

.

designed to

part of the fight which centered

only a minor

were

"death

May 14 and passed

on

The "death sentence"

the

the

profits from operating companies.

The Act signed to-day eliminates practices of this kind.
The Act carries amendments to the Federal Water Power Act

Senate

from

profits

Mutual service companies or units set up to provide engi¬

neering and other services
to make

historic for all time.

independent system economi¬

Section 13 of the bill strikes at the heart of the holding company setup—the

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mitted

session had done nothing more than pass

continue control of ad¬

may

-'V

whereby

Aug. 14 signed the Social Security

company

of additional systems which are situated in one State or in adjoining

or

This is known

score

on

registered holding

a

States.

Bill—Social Security

>Board and New Health Committee

President Roosevelt

example,

ditional systems which cannot be operated as an

General

President

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July 2, after substituting strict
regulation for outright dissolution of "unessential'? holding companies.!
The

on

measure

sent to conference

was

the "death sentence"

as

its

passed it

was

on

July 12 and

was

deadlocked as soon

The House refused at first to instruct

reached.

conferees to accept the Senate proposal.
The break came on Aug. 22
President Roosevelt wrote Chairman Sam Rayburn (Dem-, Tex.) of

when

th<v Jlouse conferees, that he considered the Senate offer "fair and generous.'*

Immediately after the letter was read the House accepted the compromise
following day approved the conference report.
The Senate approved

and the

Final Congressional action on the bill was completed Aug. 9
when the Senate, without a record vote, approved the

the

conference report Aug.

24 and t!

Ptesident Roosevelt Signs

conference report and sent the measure to the President.
Conferees from Senate and House, who had been discussin

Final

e

bill

was

sent to the White House.

Guffey'Snyder Coal Control Bill

the bill since June 20, reached an agreement on Aug. 8, am
the House immediately approved the report, including the

control bill,
covery

Congressional action on the Guffey-Snyder coal
described as setting up a little National Re*
Administration for the soft coal industry, was re-

elimination

Corded

on

of

Clark

the

amendment, which Would have

exempted private company pension plans, offering benefits
equal to those provided by the Government, from the old
age pension taxes.
Conferees had disputed regarding this
amendment for weeks, and the deadlock was broken on Aug. 8
when the Senate conferees yielded in their desire to hasten the
adjournment of Congress, The Social Security Bill was
passed by the House on April 19, by a vote of 372 to 33, and
by the Senate on June 19 by a vote of 76 to 6, with amend¬
ments to the House bill; the House on June 20 refused to
accept the amendments and the measure was subsequently
submitted to conference.
The three members of the Social Security Board, the crea*
tion of which is

provided for under the Social Security Act,
were nominated by President Roosevelt on Aug. 23, and con¬
firmed by the Senate on the same day.
The members of
the Board

John G. Winant, former Governor of New
Hampshire, Chairman; Arthur J. Altmeyer, of Wisconsin,

out

velt
the

of

Arkansas,

National Democratic committee.

ated for

a

Mr. Winant

nomin¬

was

term

term

expiring
expiring Aug.
On Aug. 15
committee, to

expiring Aug. 13 1941, Mr. Altmeyer for a
Aug. 13 1939, and Mr. Miles for a term
13

1937.

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President Roosevelt Signs Public

Utility Holding Company Bill
Adopted by Congress—-Compromise *'Death Sentence*' Pro*
Vision inNew Legislation—Powers of SEC Broadened
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The Wheeler-Rayburn bill, providing for Federal regula¬

tion

of

public utility holding companies, as agreed on in
and adopted by Congress, was placed on the
statute book with the signing of the new legislation
by
President Roosevelt at 3:10 p. m. Aug. 26.
The dispute

conference

between the Senate and House

provision of the bill

the "death sentence"

over

finally adjusted on Aug. 22, when
the House, by a vote of 219 to 142, voted to accept a com¬
promise proposal of Senator Barkley (Democrat) of Ken¬
tucky.
The proposed compromise would eliminate the
Senate
requirement that holding companies considered
unnecessary be dissolved by 1942.
It would direct the Securi¬
ties and Exchange Commission to reduce all holding
companies
to "single integrated" systems with a few
exceptions.
^

was

The "death sentence" provision

was

carried in the bill

as

it passed the Senate on June 11.
The measure, which is styled the "Public Utility Act of
1935," will become effective on Oct, 1 1935, at which time
all power holding companies are required to

register with
Exchange Commission, the administrative
agency.
Pointing out that first steps toward dismantling
the industry's superstructure will come in
January 1938,
United Press advices from Washington, Aug. 26,
published
in the New York "Journal of Commerce," added:
the Securities and

The

Federal

Government

ia

given

two

weapons,

according to exoerts, will result in the demise of
whose

They

officers

have

drawn

large

this

provision

salaries

use

scores

and

of either of
of

bonuses

which,
holding companies
for

many

accepted the report by a
signed by President Roose¬

was

threatened nation-wide

a

coal

strike.

This

strike, which had been postponed several times on promise
of enactment of the legislation, had been scheduled for
Sept. 16. With regard to the provisions of the bill, Associ¬
ated Press advices from "VVashington, Aug. 23, stated:
bill

The

national
wage,

b

designed

bituminous

to

coal

stabilize

drawback

their coal at the mine-mouth.

President to

The final
out

a

coal

industry

of

five

which

by

establishing

&

administer

a

would

hour, trade practice and price-fixing code.

code would get a 90%

the

the

commission

take

draft

A

Those who lived by the
15% tax levied against the value of

labor board of three would be named

by

jurisdiction in labor disputes.

of

the

House provision to

The Idaho Senator

on a

included the Borah

measure

suspend the anti-trust laws

and

some

soft

coal

on

amendment

ripping

complying operators.

operators contend that this change

strips the bill of its price-fixing provisions, the very heart of the measure.
But
Henry Warrum, counsel for the United Mine Workers, who helped
write the bill, maintains that the amendment would not have that effect.

The

submitted to conference following its
on Aug. 19, by a vote of 194 to 168,
amended form by the Senate on Aug. 22, by a

measure

was

adoption by the House

the President created an inter-departmental
co-ordinate the health and related welfare
activities of the Federal Government, in line with the Social
Security Act. President Roosevelt named the following
Government officials as members of the new committee;
Josephine Roche, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in
charge of the Public Health Service, Chairman; Oscar
Chapman, Assistant Secretary of the Interior; M. L. Wilson,
Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, and Arthur, J. Altmeyer,
Second Assistant Secretary of Labor.
,

The bill

on Aug. 30.
The President had urged the enactment of
bill, in spite of any doubts as to its constitutionality, in

order to avert

Second Assistant Secretary of Labor,

Miles,

record vote, while the House

a

vote of 186 to 150.

are

and Vincent Morgan
lawyer and former member of the

Aug. 23, when the House and Senate adopted the
The Senate's approval was recorded with^

conference report.

years.

and in
vote

an

of

45 to 37.

President

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Roosevelt

Signs

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Administration's

Reorganization Bill

Railroad-v

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The railroad reorganization bill designed to amend the
bankruptcy law with a view to facilitating reorganizations
of

the railroads,
Aug. 28.
The bill

signed by President Roosevelt on
sent to the President for his signature
after the House, on Aug. 22, had accepted amendments made
by the Senate in passing the bill (without a record vote) on
Aug. 20; the Senate amendments were made to the measure
as

was

was

adopted by the House Aug. 15.

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Railroad Pension Bill Signed by President Roosevelt—Rail Petition
Tax Bill Also Signed
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The railroad pension bill and the rail pension tax bill,
the latter designed to raise funds to pay annuities to railroad
workers, were both signed on Aug. 29 by President Roosevelt.
The

rail

pension tax bill passed the House on Aug. 22,
passed the tax bill on Aug. 23.
In the case
of the rail pension bill both the House and Senate passed
the measure Aug. 19.
The pension bill was enacted to take
the place of the Railroad Retirement Act declared unconsti¬
tutional by the United States Supreme Court on May 6 of
this year.
In reporting the signing of the two bills on Aug.
29 Washington advices to the New York "Times" said:

while the Senate

The Third Deficiency Appropriation biU defeated in the dying hours of

Congress by Senator Long's filibuster, carried an appropriation of $600,000
for the administration of the Railroad Pension Act until March

1, when it

becomes effective.

While the President is seeking means of paying for the administration of
the Act,

Representative Crosser, of Ohio, said that he expected that the

Government would go
board provided for.

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ahead with the preparatory work by setting
.

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up

the

,

On

Aug. 20 Speaker Byrns of the House appointed three
a commission to study the
question of
railway workers' pensions and return recommendations to
the next session of Congress.
They are Representatives
Robert Crosser, of Ohio, Fred M. Vinson, of Kentucky,
and Earl C. Michener, of Michigan.
House members to

are:

Section

11.

structure

Under

of every

the Commission

is

SEC

must

examine

the

registered holding company and subsidiary.
ordered

to

take

such

action

as

is

necessary

corporate




President

to limit the

utility
f

Roosevelt

Signs

Bus

and

Truck

Control

Bill—J.

Eastman Head of Bureau to Administer Act

Afterward,

of the holding company system to a single integrated
The Commission is authorized to make certain exemptions.

operations
system.

the

The Administration's bill to
;ems

of

the

place the bus and truck

B.

V
sys-

country under the control of the Interstate

Commerce Commission, was signed by President Roosevelt

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the measure was
minor amendments

Final Congressional action on

Aug. 9.

on

taken Aug. 5, when the Senate accepted
which had been inserted by the House

when it passed the
measure on Aug.
1 by a vote of 193 to 18.
The Senate
accepted the House changes without a record vote.
Prin¬
cipal provisions of the measure were outlined as follows in
a Washington dispatch of Aug. 5 to the New York "Times":
April 17 was one of 10 measures
urged by Joseph B. Eastman, Co-ordinator of Transportation, and en¬
dorsed by the Interstate Commerce Commission.
It is part of a plan to
give the Nation a co-ordinated system of transportation by rail, highway,
water and air.
ivi-:.'
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Common and contract motor carriers engaged in inter-State commerce
would be required under this law to obtain certificates of public convenience
and necessity from the ICC.
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•Hours of labor and safety appliances" would be regulated.
The ICO
could regulate truck and bus rates and supervise issuance of a company's
Securities above $500,000.
Trucks carrying farm produce or newspapers
are excepted from the provisions of the law.
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In effect it gives the ICC the same control over these methods of trans¬
portation as the Commission now holds over the railroads..
The Interstate Commerce Commission on Aug. 10 ap¬
This bill, first

passed by the Senate

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pointed Joseph B. Eastman as Chairman of a new division
which, in co-operation with a new Bureau of Motor Carriers,
will administer the Motor Carrier Act.
Mr. Eastman and
two other commissioners, to be named later, will supervise
the inter-State rates for trucks and buses.
Meanwhile
Mr. Eastman will continue as Federal Co-ordinator of Trans¬

portation.
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affixed his signature to
the/Federal alcohol bill, creating a new liquor control
agency.
The bill was in shape for the President's signature
on Aug. 24, at which time the House and Senate approved
the agreement reached on Aug. 23 by the conferees.
The
agreement represented the adjustment of the differences
between the bill passed by the House on July 24 by a vote
of 229 to 100 and that passed by the Senate on Aug. 13
without a record vote.
Approval of the conference report
by Congress without a record vote of either body was noted
as foUows in Associated
Press advices from Washington,
Aug. 24:

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It created, in the Treasury Department,
charge of a code .much like

fairly simply.

The

measure was

new

w

a

trust." But on the
needed to send. the bill to

signature.

Roosevelt's certain

President

Federal Alcohol Administration, to have

before the National Indus¬
unconstitutional.
The new code, for example, would forbid such things as false advertising,
misrepresentation on labels and belittling of a competitor's product.
There was no particular hitch on that.
But the House Ways and Means
Committee, largely at the insistence of Representatives Fuller of Arkansas
and Duncan of Missouri, had insisted upon permitting the sale of liquor in

the six which regulated the entire liquor industry
Act was declared

trial Recovery

and

from

Roosevelt

Appoints NeW Labor Board Under Wagner
Bill—Old NLRB Expires

Labor Disputes

Following their nomination on Aug. 23 by President Roose¬
the Senate on Aug. 24 confirmed Joseph Warren
Madden, of Pennsylvania, John Michael Carmody, of New
York, and Edwin S. Smith, of Massachusetts, as members
of the new National Labor Relations Board, created under
velt,

Disputes Act. The Board,
quasi-judicial body that
will function as a mediating agency in labor disputes and as
arbiter of the rights of employees of industry to organize as
defined in the Act.
Mr. Madden, who was chosen as
Chairman of the new Board, will serve for a term of five
years, while Mr. Carmody and Mr. Smith will serve terms
of three years and one year, respectively.
Mr. Smith was
the

Labor

Wagner-Connery

which succeeds the old NLRB, is a

a

member of the old NLRB.
Roosevelt Signs

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Ethiopia

Neu¬
in Event of War Between Italy and

Resolution Designed to insure

trality of United States
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The so-called "neutrality legislation," which was one of
the measures rushed through Congress before adjournment,
was

The legis¬

signed by President Roosevelt on Aug. 31.

lation is designed to insure the neutrality of
in the event of war between Italy and

the United States
Ethiopia. Con¬

on the resolution was concluded on Aug.
when the Senate concurred (by a vote of 79 to 2) in

gressional action

amendments made by the House to the
which passed the Senate Aug. 21.
amended by the House, passed that
a roll call.
Stating that with the

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Bill Provuting

Signs

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v•;•,;V.,;

40-Hour

Week for

Postal Employees

President Roosevelt on

Aug. 15 signed the bill establishing

week for postal employees.
The principal pro¬
visions of the bill were summarized as follows in United
a

40-hour

Aug. 15:

Washington advices of

Press

235,000 employees who now work 44 hours a week.
expected to create employment for 18,000 to 20,000 substitute em¬

It applies to some

It is

ployees who now work part time.
The new law provides for an eight-hour day

employees now work five

post office

and five-day week. Most
eight-hour days and four hours on

Saturday,
It will

clerks, carriers and others.

apply to assistant postmasters,

Department about $21,000,000, the shorter week
bring the postal service into line with the policy of shorter hours which
Administration has advocated for private industry generally.

Costing the Post Office
will
the

The

sent to the

was

measure

after the House on that

White House

on

Aug. 8

date had accepted Senate changes

incorporated in the measure as passed by the Senate on
Aug. 7.
The Senate extended the provisions of the bill to
railway mail clerks, and adopted an amendment sponsored
by Senator Byrnes, providing that railway mail carriers
should be employed on the basis of a six-hour-and-40-minute
day.
and House Approve Conference Report on TVA
—New Legislation Signed by President Roosevelt

Agreement was reached on

Bill

Aug. 20 by the conferees who

to adjust the differences between
Senate and House bills, embodying amendments to the
called

were

upon

the
Act

creating the Tennessee Valley Authority.
These amend¬
ments were carried in separate bills passed, respectively,
by the Senate on May 14 and by the House on July 11.
The
conference report was approved by the Senate on Aug. 21
without debate or a record vote; earlier the same date the
House adopted the report by a vote of 259 to 90.
The newlegislation was signed by President Roosevelt on Aug. 31.
Among other things the new Act contains authority for the
TVA to make loans to States and municipalities for the
Bill

by President Roosevelt—-Justice
Action Against 500 Temporary In¬
junctions Against Processing Tax Collections
to

Amend

Department

President

AAA

Signed

Prepares

Roosevelt

24,

the
Pittman resolution,

The resolution, as
body on Aug. 23 without

on

Aug; 24 signed the Administration

amending the Agricultural Adjustment Act.
The meas¬
ure, on which final Congressional action was completed on
Aug. 15, is intended to strengthen the constitutionality of
the Act.
In signing the bill President Roosevelt stated:
This legislation supplements and strengthens the original AAA, enacted
May 12 1933, which unquestionably has been of great value to American
farmers.
It carries forward the agricultural program on the broad economic

bill

basis of the original act.
This act

as a

whole will enable the AAA to move

Incident to the signing

of the bill Associated Press

The brief statement of the

advices

appearing in the New York
specific
of the ambitious program. '

Executive did not touch upon the

question of the processing taxes, the very core

'

Injunctions

Moves Against

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forward in its construc¬

behalf of agriculture.

from Washington, Aug. 24,
"Times" of Aug. 25, said:

however, was the signal for a formal Justice
Department move to seek dismissal of more than 500 temporary injunctions
which have been granted against processing tax collections.
Instructions
The President's pen stroke,

already had been sent throughout the

country for starting the counter¬

attack.

The bill moves to ratify the

More than $900,mounting daily.

collection of such taxes.

But the suits have been

000,000 has been taken in.

July held that the tax system was
Mills, there were 200 such suits
on file.
To-day, however, they had mounted beyond the 1,000 mark.
The measure seeks to safeguard the government by providing that should
When

a

Federal Judge in Boston in

unconstitutional, in the case of the Hoosac

unconstitutional, only those taxpayers who
producer or
consumer, could recover.
The processor would have to file a claim with
the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and the transcript of hearings and
the Supreme

President

.•k.!'1?

Roosevelt

President

and incidentally stopping

might be construed as expressing this Gov¬

views.

tive and essential work in

barrels.

President

where his remarks

ernment's

what some termed the "whisky

only a perfunctory Senate vote was

last • day

in Japan,

purchase of power-distributing systems.

-,

quick succession the House and Senate approved conference agreements
the bill which twice during the session was killed and resurrected—all

In

because of a fight over

would extend, it was added, to Vice-President

make a trip to the Philippines

Garner, soon to

Signs

President Roosevelt on Aug. 30

on

This "protection"

officially.

Senate

Federal Alcohol Bill Creating New
Liquor Control Agency—Congressional Action on Bill
Roosevelt

President

REVIEW

MONTHLY

4^; /,,

Court hold the law

had absorbed the levy

themselves, without passing it on to the

findings of the Commissioner would constitute
the recovery suit was

the Court of Record when

filed.

Congressional action on the measure was completed after
both the House and Senate approved the conference report
on

the

when

measure.

both

the

The bill

Senate

was

and

finally disposed of on Aug. 15,
House accepted the report.

Among the House changes approved by the Senate is the
Warren amendment providing for a compulsory production
control system for potatoes.
With its approval of the

conference report on Aug. 15,
resolution ex¬
tending the effective date of the rye processing tax.
President Roosevelt Signs Frazier-Lemke Farm Mortgage Mora¬
time voted a concurrent

Congressional action on
the resolution, informal warning was served that Senators
could not be regarded abroad as official or unofficial agents
of the Senate or this Government in the present critical
international situation, a dispatch Aug. 24. to the New

the Senate at the

York "Times" added:

on Aug. 29 affixed his signature to
providing for a three-year moratorium
on farm mortgages.
The measure, reported to the House by
the House Judiciary Committee on Aug. 13, was passed by
the Senate on Aug. 19 and by the House on Aug. 23.
United
Press accounts from Washington, Aug. 19, had the following
to say regarding the new legislation:

The
abroad

informal

notice

that

their remarks or consultations

could have no official standing was given in

La Follette's resolution
aimed at

Senator Pope,

(introduced
a

on

Aug.

La

member of the Foreign Relations

Follette's resolution

Committee (Aug. 24) by a vote of
the

Senate's disapproval

Senator

La

debate on Senator

23) generally construed as

who declared in London that this nation would be
Senator

was

Committee,

involved in a world war.

buried in the

Foreign Relations

47 to 26, but the debate generally showed

by

MeasureReplacesActDeclaredUncon-

United States Supreme Court

"protection" by showing the world that traveling Senators

the Frazier-Lemke bill

It

of Senator Pope's utterances.

Follette held that passage of his resolution




Bill—New

stitutional

President Roosevelt

Senators

to

torium

same

would be a

did not speak

was

sponsored by Western Senators as a

Lemke Farm Mortgage

substitute for the Frazier-

refinancing bill which was declared

by the Supreme Court this spring.

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unconstitutional

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MONTHLY REVIEW

Sept., 1935]
Under the provisions

I

so-called

confused with the

of the bill, not to be

reached

Under the agreement

Aug. 27 both thq com¬

on

and union will present their grievances to the arbitral
tion board.
The board's decision will be final inasmuch as
the union and company have agreed to abide by the awards

pany

and inflation bill, a three-year mora¬
torium of farm mortgages can be granted by the courts on a showing of
the farmer.
During this period the farmer would retain possession of
his property by paying a "reasonable rental" as fixed by the Court.
After
taxes and insurance are paid, any surplus from this rental would go to the
creditors.
::
At the end of the moratorium period on or before its close, the farmer
could reacquire his property by paying the appraised value.
If a creditor
is dissatisfied with the appraised value, he can seek another appraisal, or
demand that the farm be sold at auction.
Secured creditors could bid

Frazier-Lemke mortgage refinancing

until after .the
data

was

completion, of work on|the

submitted

to the

board

on

naval vessels ^ The
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Sept. 3.

t

International Currency

secures,
the

up£to the appraised value, or the principal that the property
whichever is higher.
For 90 days thereafter the debtor woulcf£Uave

property from the sale, ..
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V6-YYThe Supreme Court declared the original Frazier-Lemke bill unconsti¬
tutional, holding among other things that it provided arbitrary
whereby a debtor could reduce his debt without any means of redress for
the creditor.
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right to redeem the

machinery

Study by Congressional

Committees of NRA Legislation
Roosevelt

Requested
'

by President

Doughton of
the House Ways and Means Committee and Chairman Har¬
rison of the Senate Finance Committee, has requested that
a study be made of material collected on industrial con¬
ditions since their functioning without the codes of fair
competition under the National Industrial Recovery Act
The President, in his letter, which was addressed to Messrs.
Doughton and Harrison before the adjournment of Con¬
gress, expresses the belief that as a result of the study to
be made, "adequate data would be made available for a
thorough understanding of the complex situation confront¬
ing industry and labor."
The President added:
letters to Chairman

President Roosevelt, in

this done,

With
and

the

your

formulation of

the nation

expenditures necessarily will have on Italian
Italian decree of late July, permitting the
to

advantages as we have gained through
This would enable you to offer at the
well-considered program for Congressional

Shelves Walsh Bill Imposing on Industry NRA
and Pay in Case of Government Contract

«

House Judiciary Committee decided to
bill, requiring compliance by industry
with hour and wage provisions of former National Industrial
Recovery Administration codes as a condition to Govern¬
ment contracts.
The bill was one of those on the Adminis¬
tration's "must" program. The Senate had passed the bill
on Aug. 12 without a record vote.
It is stated that although
approved at a White House conference of Congressional
leaders with President Roosevelt on Sunday night, Aug. 18,
the House Committee voted 13 to 7 against reporting it to
the House. From Associated Press advices from Washington

Chairman Hatton

be pushed through at so late a date,*' said
of Texas, after a two-hour Executive
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Session.

Business

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important a bill to

1

representatives vigorously

opposed the measure, calling it

"tyrannical" and "un-American." Some witnesses
to enforce than the NBA codes outlawed by the
Schechter decision last spring.
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said it would be harder
Supreme Court in the
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of the House Judiciary
Committee, ^according to United Press accounts from
Washington, Aug. 20, stated that he was authorized to
appoint a subcommittee to study the provisions and possible
effects of the bill and report at the beginning of the next
Representative Sumriers, Chairman

session.

Ruling on TVA and AAA Sought in Test CasesSeeks Reversal of Hoosac Mills Process Tax

Supreme Court

Government
^

Co, Challenge

peciMion-—Stockholders of Alabama Power

\

Policy of TVA

Actions challenging
of two New

and defending the

Deal enactments—the

o

constitutionality

Tennessee Valley Author¬

ity and the Agricultural Adjustment Act—were brought to
the Supreme Court on Aug. 27.
As to these actions Asso¬
ciated Press advices from Washington said;
The actions to-day were:

A request by
case,

for a review of the
Boston Circuit Court that

the Justice Department

attacking the ruling of the

of AAA processing taxes was

unconstitutional.

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Hoosac Mills
the collection
,

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stockholders of the Alabama Power Co., chal¬
lenging the right of the TVA to purchase transmission lines and provide
surplus power to municipalities.
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The Court will reassemble on Oct. 7.
Justices already have indicated
they will expedite oral argument in the New Deal cases and speed their
final decisions.
Indications appeared that decisions in all four cases might
Completion of a briaf by

be handed down

by Christmas.

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just-adjourned Congress sought to bulwark both the AAA and TVA,
involved in to-day's actions.
Specific provisions, intended to make valid
the very points challenged, were added as amendments to the original acts.
The

Strikers at
Return

Camden, N, J., Plant of New York Shipbuilding Corp,
to Work—Company and Union Accept Proposals of
Appointed by President Roosevelt

Arbitration Board

Following the acceptance on Aug. 27 by representatives
York Shipbuilding Corp. and Local 1 of the In¬
dustrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of Amer¬

of the New

proposals of an Arbitration Board, appointed by
Roosevelt, 3,385 employees of the Camden,
N. J. plant of the shipbuilding corporation resumed work
on
five naval vessels costing approximately $50,000,000.
The strike had been in effect since May 13. The arbitration
board was appointed on Aug. 22 by President Roosevelt,
and the company and union had up to noon Aug. 27 to file
written agreements with the board, to abide by the awards

ica of the

to emulate the
the Export-Import Bank
of Washington made it clear that exporters, in the . United
States could expect no help in the financing of cotton ex¬
ports to Italy from that institution.
Italian authorities
countered by assertions that they are not in need of external
financial aid, and the result was a steady diminution of the
gold holdings of the Italian Central Bank.
The Italian
Government finally issued a series of decrees, Aug. 28, pro¬
viding for the conversion into internal Italian obligations
of all external bond and other external holdings of Italian
citizens. Forward discounts on lire widened sharply as such
measures were taken.
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The French deflation program, announced by Premier
Pierre Laval on July 17, was placed in jeopardy early in
August by various elements of the population that found the
results objectionable.
Workers in French ports, at Govern¬
ment arsenals, in shipyards and oh vessels of the commer¬
cial fleet walked out in protest against the pay reductions
decreed by M. Laval.
This movement started on Aug. 5
and spread with alarming rapidity.
The striking workers
formed long parades and the red flag of the Communists
almost invariably preceded the lines of marchers.
But the
Government took a firm attitude and appealed for order.
The demonstrations gradually subsided, leaving, however,
the question of the Parliamentary reaction to the decrees
when the Senate and Chamber reassemble in October to
pass judgment upon the steps taken by the Premier.
In

British

On Aug. 20 the
shelve the Walsh

"It is too

practice.




Officials

of

witnessed pro¬
civil servants, landlords,
municipal employees and many other groups.
In an en¬
deavor to allay the mounting discontent, M. Laval issued
further decrees intended to reduce the cost of living, and it
is generally agreed that the success of the deflationary ex¬
periment will hinge on the actual reductions in living costs

addition to the riotous
test meetings

effected by

disturbances, France

by rentiers, farmers,

the-time Parliament meets.
Naval Limitation

of naval armaments problems
the initiative of the British
Government, and it is possible that a formal conference will
follow late this year.
The British authorities, impressed by
the need for some sort of agreement, put out informal
feelers to determine the terms on which American, Japanese,
Italian and French delegates would meet with them in Lon¬
don to discuss the naval problem.
But delay apparently
will prove inevitable, since the Italian preoccupation with
Ethiopia makes it unlikely that Rome will be in a position
to confer on navies.
The Japanese attitude also is uncer¬
tain and perhaps will lead to difficulties.
It was indicated
in London dispatches that suggestions had been circulated
on the proposed naval conference, but no formal invitations
were issued.
The British authorities were said to hold it
advisable that France, Italy and Russia exchange views on
the subject previous to the projected general meeting, and
the French Government is understood to be proceeding with
such conversations.
No talks with Berlin are considered
necessary, since the German naval strength now has beeh
fixed with relation to the British fleet.
Japanese views on
the proposed conference are understood to be critical and
much in line with the attitude expressed by that country in
its denunciation of the existing naval limitation agreements.
Japan continues to desire parity with Great Britain and the
United States, on a lower level of total tonnages than now
prevail, but the British Government aims to increase its
cruiser fleet, so
that a satisfactory adjustment of the
problem is difficult to foresee.
There is little remaining
faith in Washington in a limitation agreement that actually
would reduce naval forces, but a willingness to explore all
avenues toward an understanding exists.
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International discussions

were

resumed in mid-August, on

President

of the board.

40% gold cover against

The tendency elsewhere was

that country.

Standards of Hours

Aug. 20 we quote:

The

caused alarm everywhere.
British banks
curtailed their Italian credit lines, and British exporters
in most instances insisted upon cash with any orders from

committee could meet, in the fall, for hearings
proposed legislation for preserving permanently to

•—Had Passed Senate

disregard the requirement for a

finances.

Bank of Italy

note circulation

action.
House Committee

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sterling and the French franc were not disturbed in the
period.
The only unit of importance that was subjected
to unusual pressure last month was the Italian lira, which
eased steadily under' the influence of the Italo-Ethiopian
difficulties and the effect that war preparations and war

such social and economic

previous emergency enactments.
opening of the coming session a

Problems

Progress toward international monetary stability remained
only a hope during August, no action of any kind being
taken that might be construed as furthering the cause of.
stabilization.
Some encouragement was gained, however,
from the fact that the relationships of the dollar, the pound

Russia and the United States

Diplomatic

relations

between

the

United

States and

strained rather severely late in August,
owing to apparent violation by Russia of its pledge not to
permit organizations on its territory to endeavor to over¬
throw the established order in. this country.
The relations
between the two countries have been fairly amicable since
Soviet Russia were

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recognition

granted Russia 011 Nov. 16 1933, notwith¬

was

standing the difficulties that cropped up in connection with
Czarist and Kerensky Government debts and the refusal of
the United States to extend loans for trade purposes.
The
current dispute was occasioned by the activities of the Com¬
munist International Congress, which held a protracted ses¬

sion at Moscow for nearly a month, up to Aug. 20.

Moscow

dispatches made it plain, while the Congress was in session,
that demands were being made by speakers from various

Communist activity in the United
States, Great Britain and other countries.
The upshot was
countries

for

greater

formal and strenuous protest by the United

a

States Gov¬

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contrary to the fixed policy declared in its pledge, will be
effect,
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carried into

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In the

light of this exchange of notes and amenities, much
interest attaches to the actual proceedings of the Communist
International Congress, which
are
ably summarized by
Walter Duranty, correspondent
There

of the New York "Times."

both friends and critics of the Congress even in

are

Duranty points out.

Moscow, Mr.

Those who favored the

Communist doctrines and the expressions of them given

by
Congress were inclined to see in the meeting the begin¬
ning Of a new working class struggle against capitalism,
fascism and the bourgeoisie in general, he remarkfe:
Much
the

emphasis was placed by such observers upon' the frequent
in the speeches to the need for "boring from

ernment, lodged at the Russian Foreign Office on Aug, 25
by United States Ambassador William C. Bullitt.
It is
understood that the British, Italian and Latvian Govern¬

references

ments made oral

tions.

representations of much the same order.
Complicating the matter is a tart reply by the Soviet authori¬
ties on Aug. 27* in which the American charges were denied
and the protest declined.
Secretary of State Cordell Hull
continued the dispute by issuing a public statement on
Aug. 31 emphasizing the American attitude and reiterating
the charges.
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In the American note attention was called to the activities
of the Communist International Congress at Moscow, and a

"most emphatic protest" lodged against "this flagrant viola¬
tion of the pledge given by the Government of the Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics on Nov. 16 1933, with respect to
non-interference in the internal affairs of the United States."
The Soviet authorities

were

invited particularly to consider

that part of the written statement of Foreign Commissar
Maxim Litvinoff, which pledged the Soviet Government "not
to permit the formation or residence on its territory of
any
organization or group—and to prevent the activity on its
territory of any organization or group, or of representatives
or officials of any organization or group—which has as an
aim the overthrow or the preparation for the overthrow
of,
or the bringing about by force of a change in, the
political

social order of the whole of any part of the United
States,
territories or possessions."
Since the activities of the
Communist International necessarily are well known to the
or

its

Soviet Government, the United States did not trouble to
mention the specific declarations favoring overthrow of the
social order in this country.
But it was pointed out that the
United States Government considers the strict fulfillment of

the

pledge of non-interference an essential prerequisite to
the maintenance of normal and friendly relations.
No com¬
ment was made at Washington regarding the
protest, beyond
brief statement that it had the personal approval of Presi¬

a

dent Roosevelt

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The Soviet Government referred in its reply to the "mu¬
tual obligation concerning non-interference in internal affairs

provided for in the exchange of notes of Nov. 16 1933," and
took the amazing stand that there are contained in the
American protest "no facts of any kind which could be
considered

ment of its
ences

as

a

violation

obligations."

of the

Litvinoff

on

the

part of the Soviet Govern¬

Notwithstanding the obvious infer¬
pledge, the Soviet Government re¬

marked that it "cannot take upon itself and has never taken
Upon itself obligations of any kind with regard to the Com¬
munist International."
It was added that the American

complaint of Soviet violation of its pledge "does not emanate
from obligations acepted by both sides, and the Soviet Gov¬
ernment, in consequence, refused 'to accept your protest' and
felt itself 'obliged to decline it.'"

The Soviet note

stated,

finally, that Moscow shares the American belief that strict
mutual non-interference in

internal affairs is

an

essential

prerequisite for the maintenance of friendly relations, and
desire was expressed to develop friendly collaboration in

a

the interest of universal
peace.

This rejoinder was viewed
Washington with strong dissatisfaction, according to re¬
ports from the capital, but it was intimated that there is
in

no

present intention of breaking off diplomatic relations.
Immediately after receipt of the note, however, orders were
issued for a sharp reduction of the American
Embassy staff
in Moscow.
Before the formal reply was made by Moscow,
Soviet Ambassador Alexander A.
Troyanovsky issued a
statement in Washington to the effect that a
campaign is in
progress in this country by "some persons" against the Soviet

Government, and he recalled the Biblical injunction about
noting the mote in another's eye, while not perceiving the
beam in one's

own eye.

In his public statement

of

Aug. 31, Secretary of State

Hull

carefully reviewed the situation and delineated the
Soviet pledge not to permit
persons or groups on its terri¬
tory tb engage in efforts or movements directed toward the
overthrow of American institutions.
The

pledge, he pointed
out, irrefutably covered activities of the Communist Inter¬
national, hut the Soviet Government, in its note of Aug. 27,
to have repudiated the pledge.
The Soviet note,
Mr. Hull added, struck a severe blow at
the fabric of friendly
delations between the two countries.
"In view of the plain
appears

language of the pledge," the statement continued, "it is not
possible for the Soviet Government to disclaim its obliga¬
tions to prevent activities

on its
territory directed toward
political or social order in the United
And that Government does not and cannot disclaim

overthrowing
States.

the

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responsibility on the ground (^inability to carry out the
pledge, for its authority within its territorial limits is
supreme and its power to control the acts and utterances of

organizations and individuals within those limits is abso¬
lute.
It remains to be seen to what extent the
intention
indicated by the Soviet Government's
reply, which is directly




within" in order to gain control of moderate labor organiza¬
But no less experienced observers take the view,

said Mr. Duranty, that the Congress "was a big sliow with
lot of sound and fury that did not mean much and that
the united front tactics are principally a maneuver to dis¬

a

guise the failure of Communist parties to make any appreci¬
able advance against bourgeois forces anywhere in the past
five years."
The critics maintain, he added, that the Comin¬
tern, except for its vital and successful Soviet section, is a
supine and bankrupt organization, forced by its own weak¬
ness to abandon anything more than lip-service to revolu¬
tionary aims.
It is probable that the truth lies somewhere
between these opposing claims, the correspondent remarks.
"The world Communist movement has gained little ground
in

recent

years and lost heavily in many countries," it is
"The fact that no Congress at all was held front
1928 to 1935 at least gives justification for the statement

noted.

that

the

Comintern has been somewhat shelved

years."

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Premier Benito Mussolini's headlong plunge of the Italian
people toward war with Ethiopia was uninterrupted during
August, notwithstanding the concerted efforts of the League
of Nations and joint endeavors by Great Britain and France
to find a peaceful solution of the conflict.
Trul^ desperate
of the expedients attempted last month to halt
impending war, for there is general apprehension that
the fighting might spread and involve other, nations and
perhaps the entire world. Much pressure was brought by
the British Government, especially, to prevent formal dec¬
were some

the

larations

of

warfare,

Italian relations.
started to

with a resultant strain in AngloLate in August the British Government

important naval units from Malta to ports
Canal, and large aircraft carriers were dis¬
patched from England to the Mediterranean. Official assur¬
ances wefe given that such movements represented only
near

the

move

Suez

the acceleration of normal maneuvers, but they
happened to
a mounting popular discussion of the threat to
British naval supremacv in the Mediterranean
implied by
coincide with

the Italian measures, and the world shuddered
the throes
"war scare."
So general was this apprehension
that the United States Congress insisted in its final meet¬

of another

ings of the last session upon passing "neutrality" legisla¬
tion, which prohibits automatically the exportation of arms
to any

belligerent for

a

period of about six months,

on

declaration by the President that a war is in
progress.

the
The

legislation
doubtful

was ill-considered, and its efficacy is considered
by all experts, but it clearly reflects the anxious

desire of the United States to avoid commitments that
might

lead to entanglement in another European conflict.
Not in any sense was Signor Mussolini deflected
his chosen course by the League of Nations or the

from

AngloFrench representations.
The inadequacy of the League was
displayed glaringly in a meeting from July 31 to Aug. 3,
which was remarkable only for its futility.
The Council
met in accordance with a
previous decision to reconsider
the Italo-Ethiopian conflict in the event no
progress toward
arbitration and conciliation

was

made by the special Italo-

Ethiopian

commission appointed under a treaty between
those countries to assess the blame for border clashes.
The

commission,

as was

generally expected, failed utterly in its

task, and after much hesitation the Council
session.
It started with a secret

was

called into

meeting and then marked

time

until

the very end of the session, while British and
French delegates conferred with the Italian
representative
and finally drew up several resolutions
providing
newed efforts toward conciliation and
arbitration.

for
It

re¬
was

agreed that Great Britain and France would

use their offices
endeavor to halt the impending conflict.
Finally, the
Council declared that it would meet
again on Sept. 4, if
necessary, to re-examine the position.
In these proceedings
there was not even a

in

an

pretense

of

respect for

the League

Covenant, and no real steps were taken to prevent the
despoilment and division of a full-fledged member in good
.standing.

The course of the Council was dictated entirely
by the British, French and Italian Governments, and much
significance attaches to Rome reports that the Italian

authorities regarded

even

the poor resolutions adopted rather

lightly.
There

followed a three-Power conference at
Paris, from
Aug. 16 to 18, at which Captain Anthony Eden of Great
Britain, Premier Pierre Laval of France, and Baron Pompeo
Aloisi of Italy sought to find a common
ground.
This dis¬
cussion ended in utter failure, and it is no secret
that no
two of the conferees viewed the matter the same
way.

meeting

was

called, it

England, France
of

Ethiopia

appears, under the 1906

The

treaty between

and Italy, which provided for the carving
into spheres of influence, by agreement.
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though that treaty is said to have been superseded by others
calling for maintenance of Ethiopian independence, it seems

it occasioned

still to have validity in the eyes of the chief European
nations.I The attitude of England in the Paris conference
plainly was one of attempting by any available means to
prevent a war, while Italy was equally determined to pro¬

4

son,

ceed with its plans for conquest

by force of

arms.

France

was

disposed to take the middle ground of a mediator, or
"honest broker," with a view to reconciling the opposing
views.
The meeting was
Ethiopia was not consulted.
terminated, after some dispute as to the veracity of the

delegates,

by

issuance

of

official

an

in

statement

which

Premier Laval admitted that the conferees "have not yet
been able to find a basis for discussion that would permit
of a solution of the conflict;."
Study of the differences would

a

growing resentment in other countries and

protest within the Reich.

There appears to

even

be every

rea¬

meanwhile, for crediting the surmise that the move¬
part, at least, to a desire ta assuage mount¬
ing popular unrest occasioned by steadily increasing prices.
Stern edicts were issued late in August for* decreasing
prices
of meats and other
consumption goods. Such measures were
accompanied by reports of labor troubles in some areas,
despite the Nazi rulings that strikes are offenses against
ment is due in

the

State.

Semitism
and

The

took

reactions

the

to

Nazi

in

New

active form

an

campaign

of

anti-

York late in

July,

minor

a

diplomatic incident resulted. A large group of
radicals staged ah anti-Nazi demonstration jtist as the liner:
Bremen was sailing for Europe, and the swastika
emblem,
floating from the bow of the German vessel, was torn down

be continued through diplomatic channels, he added.
On the obvious basis of disclosures made by the delegates

and thrown into the Hudson.

themselves

a strong protest
against the alleged insult to the Nazi flag.
The United States Government, in its reply, acted with strict

at

the

Paris

gathering,

some

interesting facts

revealed by the press correspondents who observed the

were

proceedings. In order to prevent the war, Ethiopia was said
to be ready to grant Italy some territorial concessions and
sweeping economic privileges, the only reservation being
that Ethiopian sovereignty must not be impaired.
But the
Italian demand, as reported by the Paris
correspondent of
the New York "Times," is for "all of the country; annexa¬
tion of her lowlands and a protectorate over b*r highlands."

The program means the extinction of Ethiopia as an inde¬
pendent country, and hope of any progress through diplo¬
matic conversations was abandoned in the light of such aims.
Cabinet meetings followed in London and Paris, in order to
prenare for the League Council meeting of Sept. 4, which
is to consider the brewing conflict once again.
Italy also
held a Cabinet meeting, at the conclusion of which a state¬
ment was issued to the effect that the Council meeting will

be attended by Italian delegates who will
depict Ethiopia as
"retrograde and slave-holding" and not a fit member of the
council of nations.
The British attitude against warfare is
well known and is

sure to find expression in the Council
meeting and the League Assembly session of Sept. 9.
With Italy clearly determined to wage a war of
aggression
and conquest against Ethiopia, much attention was directed
throughout August to the possible European and world

repercussions of such
on

conflict.

a

Italo-Ethiopian
war would set the black world of Africa
against the whites
who dominate that continent
Perhaps of more immediate
interest is the drastic change in the delicate
European situa¬
an

an

Italian preoccupation with a prolonged African

conflict might produce.

The European balance of power
always is delicate, and there is some question* of the effect
other discontented

unon

of

European nations, such

as

Germany,

virtual Italian withdrawal from the
European military
scene.
With such considerations obviously in
mind, Premier
a

Mussolini called

August extensive
Italy.

But such

even

more

war

men

games

measures

on

to arms and

the

held late in

northern

frontier

of

did not

dispel the thought that
Italy would be unable to carry on, effectively, wars in Africa
and Europe at the same time, and
apprehensions of changes
in European alignments were keen.
The current position
moreover, has brought into high relief the question whether
British control of the Mediterranean really is effective.
Italian aerial and submarine armaments make it doubtful
whether England could take controlling action in that

quar¬

ter, and the threat to the British line of naval communica¬
tion

through the inland

sea

was

studied

with

great care.

Premier Mussolini took cognizance of the problem and de¬
clared

in

Cabinet

a

diplomatic correctness and deplored thejneident.
Within Germany the voice of Dr. Hjalmar
Schacht, eco¬
nomic dictator of the country, was raised
against Nazi ex¬
tremists and in defense of the rights of Jews to do business in
the country. In a speech a
Koenigsberg, Dr. Schacht referred
in highly sarcastic tones to "the
people who during the night
heroically
ing from

communication

that British imperial
interests have nothing to fear from the proposed Italian war
against Ethiopia.

While these conferences and discussions

were

in progress,

war

preparations were continued with ominous persistence
Italy, and Emperor Haile Selassie also took such steps
hs he found possible to prepare his
people for war.
Italian
troops and war supplies were rushed through the Suez Canal
in ever greater numbers and volume
throughout August, and
as every fresh contingent left Italian
shores, Premier Musso¬
bv

imaginations of the entire Italian people, and close observers
there is no longer any
possibility of a diplomatic

declare

for

the

Italian

dictator.

The

Abyssinian prepara¬
tions consisted of drilling of
troops and desperate attempts

to obtain arms in the face of the almost universal

embargoes

shipments of munitions to either country. Men were dis¬
patched in great numbers to the borders of the Italian
colonies, and the end of the rainy season is awaited with
anxiety.
A coup of a curious order was attempted by Em¬
on

peror Haile Selassie late in Atigust, when a "concession"
for oil development covering the entire eastern
and vulner¬
able portion of the country was
granted to a group of oil
men from Great Britain and the United
States.
But such
measures

are

not apt to prove efficacious at this late
date

in

preventing warfare. The British Government advised the
Ethiopians to withdraw the concession, since it seriously
prejudiced the contentions they might make at Geneva, and
Secretary of State Cordell Hull promptly made it known

that the maneuver would have no effect
intention to preserve a neutral attitude.
German

The

wave

early in the

on

the American

Anti-Semitism

of anti-Semitism that started in Nazi
summer was




Germany
continued throughout
August, and

every

German buy¬

Jewish

store as a traitor to the nation, who
declare every Freemgson
scoundrel, and who, in the justi¬
fied fight against political

pastors and chaplains, are now
longer able to distinguish religion and the misuse of the
pulpit."
Fealty to Fuehrer Hitler was expressed in the
address, and Dr. Schacht insisted that all significant meas¬
no

should be left to the State and not

ures

subjected to

lated individual activity.

When this address

in German newspapers,

was

it

unregu¬

reprinted
heavily censored, and a dis¬
to the propriety of that cen¬
was

pute immediately developed as
sorship.
Dr. Schacht had his address reprinted by thou¬
sands of co^es and widely distributed as an official
publica¬
tion

of

the Reichsbank.
But the anti-Semitic campaign
proceeded without interruption, and the questions raised
by the address and its censoring still are unanswered.
Chaco Peace Conference

Although

early efforts of the Chaco peace conference
seemed to promise a rapid adjustment of the
dispute be¬
tween Paraguay and Bolivia which cost
100,000 lives and
untold damage to the two

nations, difficulties developed in
apprehension regarding the
future course of the neace gathering.
The two countries
agreed readily to demobilization of their forces, and the
troops were sent home from the battlefields far more rapidly

August and there is

now

some

than was requested or expected
by the special military com¬
mission appointed to oversee such matters.
A course of pro¬
cedure for consideration of the various matters that led
to the war over the frontiers also was laid
out, but it struck

when the problem of an exchange of prisoners of
reached. Paraguay holds 25,000 Bolivian
prisoners,
only 2,500 Paraguayan captives.
The
Bolivians desired a general release of the
prisoners, but
Paraguay held out
stoutjy for a man-for-man exchange,
which would mean that Riihguay would continue to hold
22,500 Bolivians until the peace treaty actually is signed.
It is reported that Paraguay views such
prisoners as a
"guarantee" that peace really will continue.
In support of
a

snag

war was

while

Bolivia holds

her

contentions she cites her own
experience in previous
conflicts, when Argentina and Brazil held Paraguayans
prisoner for years until the actual signature of treaties.

Territorial problems also are
contributing to ^e difficulties
the conference.
Bolivia desires a port on the upner

of

Paraguay River, while Paraguay is laying claims to Chaco
territory on a scale that would mean the downfall of any
Bolivian Government agreeing to the demands.
It is indi¬
cated that some consideration is
being given a proposal for
the establishment of a separate State in one area of
the

Chaco, where the rival claims

lini promised them conquest and
expansion.
The continued
talk of a "new Roman Empire"
unquestionably has fired the

retreat

windows, who placard

smear
a

British spokesmen referred

several occasions to the likelihood that

tion that

The German Government soon
thereafter lodged with the State Department at Washington

difficult to adjudicate.

are

India

Royal approval
cated India

was

granted

••

the

bill of the last session

extensive
of

the

and

compli¬

British Parlia¬

ment, early in August, and the announcement followed on
Atlg. 5 that the Marquess of Linlithgow will be the next
Viceroy of India. This choice was regarded in England as
an excellent one, since Lord
Linlithgow has an exceptional
knowledge of Indian problems, gained partly in that coun¬
try and partly as Chairman of the joint committee of Parlia¬
ment which spent two years in

drafting the 400-page meas¬
He will proceed to his post early next
April, when
the five-year term of the Earl of
Willingdon expires.
To
ure.

the newly-named

Viceroy will fall the task of administering

the bill and placing in effect the
which it embodies.
A measure

vided

in

this document

for

new

self-government is pro¬
Indians, but it falls far

the

short of the demands made by the

quite possible that the next few
fnr the

to

British rulers of India.

center

Constitution for India

of

Congress party, and it is

will be trying ones
Any difficulties are likely
years

particularly around the powers reserved to the
Such powers include broad responsibilities relat¬
ing to the defense of the country and the safeguarding of
Viceroy.

its finances.

sham*
will

Manv Indian leaders denounced the

but there

name

are

candidates

vincial Legislature.

indications that
in

the

first

the

bill

as

a

Congress party

elections

for

the

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Social Credit in Alberta

;

Canadian Province of Alberta

Provincial elections in the

victory for the Social Credit
influence of the ideas on "Social

resulted, Aug. 23, in a sweeping
League, organized under the
Credit" propounded by the

British engineer, Major C. H.

Douglas.
Complete control of the Provincial Legislature
was gained by the League, which is headed by William Aberhart, and it seems inevitable that Alberta will be the proving

fairly active, with prices, except for tin, advancing much
higher.
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its issue of Aug. 29 the "Iron Age" stated in part:
"The holding up of automotive releases is confined chiefly
to the Chicago district.
At other centers, notably at Cleve¬
land and Pittsburgh, shipping orders from the motor car
are on the upgrade.
flow of steel to the automobile

industry

ground for the- doctrines of the social
Major Douglas already lias been invited
leaders in placing in operation the plans

credit adherents.
to^tfssift the new
he^hasj been sug¬
As expressed by Mr. Afcerhart in his

gesting for 15 years.
campaign speeches, the

proposals include "non-negotiable

dividends" to every adult in

Alberta at the rate of $25 a

month, the dividends to be paid not in currency but in a
sort of draft payable in merchandise.
The head of the

League also promised every farmer

in Alberta a loan of

the simple basis of Alberta population and
occupation statistics, hard-headed realists have calculated
that the monthly dividends promised by the Social Credit
League would amount to the equivalent of $120,000,000 a
year, while the loans to farmers would require $135,000,000.
It is noted, in contrast, that aggregate bank denosits in the
entire Province are less than $100,000,000, while the current
On

$1,500.

indebtedness of the Province is about $130,000,000.

victory in Alberta was achieved in an

The Social Credit

election

on

Aug. 23,

and the results soon were apparent,

although they were not precisely of the kind promised by
the League and its political sponsors and representatives.
The first effect was a sharp decline in the credit standing
of the Province, as
bonds.

reflected in the quotations for Alberta

Bids for Alberta issues were difficult to obtain in

Canada, and in New York were lacking altogether. Transac¬
tions within Canada were reported to be at heavy recessions
from

issued

levels

prevailing before the election.

period of transition to new model production and should
soon be succeeded by a steadily rising volume of orders, to
take care of the accelerating assembly schedules planned
for October and November."
Scrap, as measured by the
"Iron Age" composite prices, continued to rise during the
month, first to $11.83 a gross ton from $11.58 on Aug. 6,
to $12.08 on Aug. 13, to $12.50 onsAug. 20 and to $12.58 on
Aug. 27, the highest level reached since the third week in
April 1934.
Steel scrap on Aug. 28 1934 was quoted at
$9.92 a gross ton.
Finished steel and pig iron prices
remained unchanged throughout the month under review
at 2.124c. a pound and $17.84 a gross ton, respectively.
Steel production, after rising for seven consecutive weeks,
suffered a slight setback at the close of the month.
Accord¬
ing toEstimates by the American Iron and Steel Institute,
the operating rate of steel companies having 98.7% of the
steel capacity of the industry rose from 44.0% to 46.0%
for the week beginning Aug. 5, to 48.1% for the next seven
days and to 48.8% for the week, beginning Aug. 19, the
highest rate reached since Feb. 18.
The operating rate for
the seven-day period beginning Aug. 26 was estimated at
47.9%, which compares with 194% a year previous.
As to non-ferrous metals, sales of copper, zinc and lead
were above the average in volume.
Acting on the assump¬
tion that business would improve considerably in the last

Mr. Aberhart

statements to the effect that nothing will be done

to affect adversely

the credit of the Province, and he added

that it will take 18 months in any event to place the social

credit doctrines into operation.

However, irregularity in the
makers is inevitable during a

But the people of the Prov¬

ince itself seemed to be quite skeptical of the effects of the

they voted to receive $25 a
Provincial Government.
They began to withdraw as rapidly as possible their savings
represented by Alberta Government saving* certificates,
which are secured by obligations of the Province.
On
social credit ideas, eagerly as

month and loans of $1,500 from the

quarter of the year and realizing that production of major
non-ferrous metals was being held in check, buyers entered

during the week ended Aug. 21 for large tonnages,
according to "Metal and Mineral Markets" of Aug. 22.
In
its issue of Aug. 29, this publication stated that "though the
muddled political situation in Europe had a sobering in¬
fluence on the market for non-ferrous metals, producers of
the market

copper,

lead, and zinc regarded the domestic situation as

firm, with the long-term

trend still upward.

In spite of

activity in zinc, inquiry for first-quarter 1936
business was noted for that metal in several directions.

the recent

Reports from consumers of copper, lead, and zinc in the main
favorable.
According to producers of lead, the con¬
sumers' requirements for September are about two-thirds
covered and so far little buying has been done for October."
The outstanding event in the tin market was the action
are not now readily marketable, the authorities of the pres¬
taken by the International Tin Committee on Aug. 9 to
ent Government admitted, but they gave assurances that
increase production quotas from 50% of standard tonnages
interest payments will be met as usual.
to 65%.
The increase in operations was made retroactive
Social Credit ideas are representative of that general class
to July i and will continue until the end of September.
The
of depression theories which find in under-consumption the
price of copper was increased on Aug. 19 to 8.50c. from
explanation for the recurring waves of business recession!
8.00c., Connecticut Valley, while here in New York, Lake
In an economic sense there is, of course, no longer any room
and electrolytic copper rose on the same day, the former
for the Mathusian and neo-Mathusian claims that depres¬
from 8.12J^c; to 8.62^0. and the latter from 7.75c. to 8.25c.
sions are due to the niggardliness of nature, for the vast
The price of lead at New York was also higher, increases
supplies of consumable goods and the prevalence of "penury
being reported as follows: To 4.20c. (from 4.15c.) on Aug. 2,
amidst plenty" make other and better explanations impera¬
to 4.25c. on Aug. 20, to 4.30c. on the following day and to
tive.
The Social Credit adherents try to answer this prob¬
4.35c. on Aug. 22, closing the month at the latter figure.
lem in a monetary manner, applied to the means of produc¬
Zinc at New York rose from 4.77j^c. to 4.873^c. on Aug. 1
tion and the capacity for consumption, both expressed in
and to 4.973^c. on Aug. 19, remaining at that quotation to
terms of money.
The disparity between the potentials of
the end of the month.
Tin at New York did not share in
production and the lack of purchasing power they attribute
the rise of the other metals, declining to 48.25c. on Aug. 15,
to an interesting but quite untenable set of postulates, which
but thereafter moving irregularly up and down, closing on
set forth that not enough money is available to make pos¬
Aug. 30 at 49.12J^c., as compared with 52.65c. at the close
sible sufficient purchases for keeping productive machinery
of the preceding month.
going at the highest possible pitch.
Habits of thrift and
the savings of the people also are imagined by the adherents
Heavy—"Production Up to 1931 Levels
of these theories to contribute to the lack of purchasing
power.
We have not the s^ace available to comment on these
Each week of the third quarter, with the exception^ of
matters extensively, but can only add that the Social Credit
the Aug. 24 week, has seen reported lumber production
adherents propose to remedy the difficulties by a use of
above the preceding seven-day period, and with two ex¬
"Social Credit" which the more sensible advocates of the
ceptions shipments have shown similar progression.
Ship¬
cult fondly believe will be self-liquidating in character, but
ments during the week ended Aug. 24 were slightly lower
which all sound economists recognize as inevitably infla¬
than during the preceding week, when figures were highest
tionary in nature.
The Social Credit theories are vague
of any week for the year except two in April.
New business
and ambiguous, and this factor, taken in conjunction with
booked at the lumber mills during the week ended Aug. J24
the popular appeal of promises for magically manufactured
was
the heaviest of any week of 1935 with the exception
dividends, doubtless accounts for their popularity in many
of the pre-strike weeks of April, and was 8% above the
parts of the British Empire.
Apparently the theories are
Aug. 17 week. For the week of Aug. 24 shipments were
the counterpart in Great Britain, Canada, Australia and
2% and orders 4% below output.
For the 34 weeks ended
New Zealand of the Townserid and EPIC beliefs in Utopia
Aug. 24 shipments were 8% and orders 11% above pro¬
which prevail in the United States.
duction, compared with 14% and 20% above during the
Steel Trade Continues Active—Scrap and Non-Ferrous Metal
first 26 weeks.
These comparisons are based upon reports
Prices Again Rise
';
to the National Lumber Manufacturers Association from

Aug. 27 the Alberta Government found it necessary to sus¬
pend temporarily the payments on the savings certificates
until such time as the "new Social Credit Government can
meet the situation."
Bonds held to secure the certificates

were

:

#

,

associations

covering

the

operations

of

leading

Renewed activity in the iron and steel industry caused a
further improvement, steel works operations and scrap prices

regional

continuing to rise in one of the most unexpected upward
swings in the history of the trade.
The recent gains in steel
mill operations during the first three weeks of the month

During the week ended Aug. 24 a total of 622 mills re¬
ported production of 226,260,000 feet; shipments of 221,786,000 feet, and orders booked amounting to 217,878,000
feet.
For the preceding week, 631 mills produced 230,094,000 feet; shipped 222,953,000 feet, and booked orders for
202,505,000 feet.
For the week ended Aug. 10 reports from
636 mills showed production of 221,906,000 feet; shipments
of 199,675,000 feet, and new business of 195,508,000 feet.
For the previous seven-day period a total of 638 mills

were

made in the face of reduced demands from the auto¬

mobile industry and tapering of tin plate mill operations to

70% of capacity in line with seasonal expectations.
Mis¬
demand was the mainstay of the gain in steel
output.
Production tapered off slightly in the last week of
the month.
Awards of steel for construction still lagged
behind those for a year ago and railroad buying continued to
remain below 1934 levels.
Non-ferrous metals remained

cellaneous




hardwood and softwood mills.

produced 216,497,000 feet; shipped 210,1^5,000 feet, and
booked orders for 219,671,000 feet.

\

....

,

9

MONTHLY REVIEW

Sept., 1935]

month and then tapered off,
reaching maturity, began
to move and hedging pressure increased from that quarter.
Although the prevailing outlook in the United States is for
a possible
shortage) of good milling wheat, traders generally
appeared unwilling to take the bull side during the period of
heavy moment.
Therefore, in the absence of bull support
and under pressure of hedging, prices declined.
v
Corn held relatively firm during the greater part of the
month owing to lack of rain and high temperatures, especially
twice those of the same week last year.
*
west of the Mississippi River and strong cash position.
3 Reports from 717 mills on Aug. 24 give unfilled orders of
Toward the end of the month, however, prices lost ground
774,144,000 feet and gross stocks of 3,894,388,000 feet. under pressure of selling in sympathy with the easiness of
The 512 identical softwood mills report unfilled orders as
wheat.
Oats and rye also ended the month lower.
In
696,723,000 feet on Aug. 24, or the equivalent of 31 days
Chicago the September option for wheat closed on Aug. 31
average production, compared with 586,001,000 feet, or
at 87% cents as against an opening price of 95 cents on Aug. 1.
the equivalent of 26 days' average production on similar At
Winnipeg the August wheat option closed on Aug. 31 at
date a year ago.
>
^
,
84% cents as against an opening of 86 cents on Aug. 1.
Hide*, Leather and Footwear
September corn in Chicago closed at 72% cents as compared
with the opening price of 76% cents on Aug. 1.
September
The First National Bank of Boston, in its "New England
oats closea at 24% cents on Aug. 31 as against the opening
Letter," under date of Aug. 28 1935, comments upon these
of 33% cents on Aug. 1.
September rye closed at 41% cents
markets as follows:
as compared with the opening price of 46 cents on Aug. 1.
"New fall footwear business is slightly irregular but
and Northern

West Coast

Hardwood

were

the only regions

week ended
period were
13% below
Cypress and
Northern Pine reported orders, all but Northern Pine re¬
ported shipments and all regions reported production above
similar items of corresponding week of 1934.
Softwood
orders were 33% above and hardwood orders more than

report orders above production during the
Aug. 24.
Total softwood orders during that
3% below production; hardwood
orders,
hardwood output.
All regions but Southern

during the early part of the

after which the Northwestern crop,

to

.

_

increasing and prices are firm.
especially makers of $2 and $3 shoes,
have booked good business for fall and have more than
two months' orders ahead, but others report that demand
is a little slow.
Production slumped in June, falling 14%
below May and 7% under June 1934.
Trade indications

cutting schedules are

"Some manufacturers,

are
that factory schedules have increased during both
July and August, however, and output in these two months
is expected to approach more nearly the 1934 level.
For
the first six months, footwear production lagged about 3%
under a year.^ago but it has been a busy six months, never¬
theless, for it exceeded by 11% the average for that period

in the past decade.
"There has been

AAA Increaeee

10% in 1936

Wallace on Aug. 14 announced
an increase of 5,200,000 acres or 10% in the permitted wheat
planting program of 1936. The announcement represented
a sudden change in policy as a result of the drought and high
domestic wheat prices.
An announcement by the Agri¬
cultural Adjustment Administration said that the step was
taken primarily "to assure the domestic consumer of con¬
tinued ample wheat supplies, and in addition is expected to
benefit farmers by placing this country in a strengthened
position in the world export market"

t

increasingly active movement in

an

Permissible Wheat Acreage by

Secretary of Agriculture

France

v•''/

Aide

Wheat

Farmer*—Advance* to Be Made on Stock*

of Grain Held Over

3-i."V

,3, .33.;'.

That decrees putting into effect the French Government's
retarded somewhat by the fact that
plan for relief of wheat farmers would be issued Aug. 23,
many manufacturers covered their initial fall requirements
in April and May.
The trade felt, however, that this was announced on Aug. 22 by the Ministry of Agriculture,
earlier buying movement would not carry manufacturers it was stated in a wireless dispatch from Paris Aug. 22 to
the New York "Times" of Aug. 23. The dispatch added:
much beyond early September and consequently expected
a
more
active demand as the month progressed.
The
Under this plan farmers stocking wheat will be able to obtain warrants
inability to get a general advance in shoe prices has raised from farm co-operatives on wheat stocked from last year's and this year's
crops.
The Bank of France has agreed to make advances on these war¬
the pressure for concessions in leather values, but tanners
have shown increased resistance for they have been con¬ rants, depending upon the conditions under which the grain has been
stocked.
fronted with ah advancing and active hide market at levels
As the wheat price rises under the effects of this plan the bank will au¬
where their own margins are quite.narrow.
Recent price thorize
increase in the advances made to farmers so as to encourage
trends, however, have been firmer.
farmers to keep their stocks in the prospect of getting.better terms later.
"The brisk turnover of hides at rising prices during the
Coffee
opening weeks of the month surprised the trade. The
Coffee "futures" moved upward during the first half of
volume in the week ended Aug. 12 approached 250,000 hides.
the past month and subsequently lost part of the gains.
The fall manufacturing season has started and the trade
Reports that Brazil might declare a moratorium on foreign
hopes that demand will exceed the light buying which
debts and that the Bank of Brazil was making efforts to
prevailed during most of July.
curb all speculation in foreign exchange, was responsible for
"The estimated movement of cattle hides into sight
the rally during the first half of the month.
Reports that
declined 10% in June and dropped still further under June
recent rains in Brazil had damaged the crop just picked also
1934.
Wettings, however, continue relatively heavy, ex¬
ceeding somewhat
the declining into-sight movement. encouraged buying* The higher levels, however, in view of
the unhealthy statistical position, prompted renewed selling
Consequently, there has been another reduction in raw
under which prices receded.
The lack of further news from
stocks, bringing the total down some 500,000 hides since
Brazil as to whether the* new Directorate of the National
the first of the year.
Prospects of a reduced kill and a good
Coffee Department will adopt the suggestions of the July
fall shoe business suggest a further improvement in the

leather with business

an

trade's statistical

No. 7 Rio was

Grains

domestic wheat markets moved downward
during the past month.
There has probably never been a
time when factors of outstanding importance in the wheat
Prices

in

markets have been more
has been a

diametrically opposed.

tendency toward restricted

The result
speculation and com¬

paratively wide price swings in a narrow trade. With the
rust scare, a thing of the past in the domestic wheat belt,
the damage done, the prospective total crop below domestic
requirements, ana the assured fact that in order to obtain
quality wheat this country will be obliged to import from
Canada, the market situation to a large extent revolves
around conditions in that country.
Although damage has
been done to the new

Canadian

crop,

731,000,000 bushels.

On Aug. 12 the Canadian Govern¬

placed the condition of the Canadian wheat crop as of
July 31 at 81 compared with 96 on June 30 and 63 on July 31
1934.
The July 31 condition indicated a production some¬
what in excess of 300,000,000 bushels.
However, these
figures do not accurately^ reflect the supply outlook for
Canada in view of the considerable damage reported to have
been done since Aug. 1.
Prospects in the Southern Hemi¬
sphere are much less favorable than a year ago with about
50% of the seeded acreage in Argentina affected by drought.
Prevailing indications are that Europe, exclusive of Russia,
will this year produce from 40 to 50 million bushels more
wheat than a year ago.
Thus the world wheat situation
appears to be more or less mixed.
Hedging pressure! in
domestic markets from the Southwest was quite heavy




6%c. July 3,1; 6%@6%c. June 29; 6%@7%c. May 31;
6%@7c. April 30; 7%c. March 30; 7%c. Feb. 28; 9%@9%c.
Jan. 31; 9%c. Dec. 31 1934; 9%@9%c. Nov. 30; 9%c. Oct.
31; 9%c. Sept. 29; 9%@.9%c. Aug. 31; 9%c. July 31; 9%@
9%c. June 30; 10%@10%c. May 31; 10%c. April 30; 10%c.
March 31; 11c.

Feb. 28; 9%@9%c. Jan. 31, all in 1934.
quoted Aug. 31 at 7%@7%c. against

No. 7 Santos was

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

relatively, less dam¬

than in the United States is indicated and it seems prob¬
able that last year's total Canadian production of 276,000,000
bushels will be equalled, if not exceeded.
On Aug. 9 the
U. S. Department of Agriculture placed the spring wheat
crop as of Aug. 1 at 175,969,000 bushels and the winter wheat
crop at 431,709,000 bushels, or a total crop of 607,678,000
bushels.
This compared with the forecast as of July 1 of
age

ment

also against new commitments.
quoted on Aug. 31 at 6%c. against Q%@

Coffee Convention was

position."

Sugar

Strength of the nearby positions featured sugar "futures"
during the past month. Recessions occurred at times due to
realizing but they were of short duration as offerings were
readily absorbed.
The market continued to reflect the
strongest statistical position in many years, as far as the
consuming markets in this country were concerned.
The
tight supply situation was dramatically illustrated when the
& Sugar Exchange on Aug. 20 suspended

New York Coffee

trading in No. 1 September contracts which call for delivery
of only Cuban sugar in bond.
The announcement on Tues¬
day, Aug. 20, that the Cuban quota had been filled prompted

"futures" market. The. filling of the
barred the entrance of about 100,000 tons
afloat or booked for shipment, and empha¬
sized the strength of the supply position.
Consumption
continues good and prospects of sugar-consuming fruit
crops are said to be generally better than last year.
Re¬
finers have been more active buyers of raw sugars, expecially
Philippines, while prices for refined sugars scored advances
during the month.
Toward the end of the month realizing
paused a moderate recession in prices.
heavy buying in the
Cuban quota
either in port,

MONTHLY REVIEW
Sales

of

follows:

raw

sugar

during the month

On Aug. 13 inport at 3.18e.;

reported

were

30; $1.35@$1.40 May 31; $1.36@$1.41 April 30; $1.32@
$1.37 March 30; $1.39@$1.44 Feb. 28; $1.40@$1.45 Jan. 31;
$1.46@$1.51 Dec. 31 1934; $1.30@$1.35 Nov. 30; $1.16@$1.21
Oct. 31 and on Sept. 29; $1.08@$1.13 Aug. 31; $1.05@$1.10
July 31; $1.14@$1.19 June 29; $1.18@$1.23 May 31; $1.22y2
June

as

Aug, 14 afloat at
3.18c.; on Aug. 20 in store at Norfolk, Oct. delivery at
3.45c.; on Aug. 22 ex-warehouse New York at 3.46^c. and
irport, New York, at 3.50c.; on Aug. 23 inport at 3.45c.;
on Aug. 26 prompt shipment at 3.45c.; on
Aug. 27 inport at
3.50c. and on Aug. 29 ex-store at 3.45c.
The wholesale
price for refined sugar was quoted by all refiners at 5.10c.
until Aug. 27 when some refiners announced an increase
to 5.30c.
This advance, however, was rescinded on Aug. 29.

■pM
h^Rubber
I Crude rubber started the month

on

''•',r'"

which

resulted

in

strengthening of the guilder.
was subject to some minor

a

Later iri the month the market

fluctuations, while the reduction of Malayan exports—from
49,751 tons in June to 48,975 tons in July—was considered
disappointing, in view of the cut in allowable shipments from
growing countries, the domestic consumption report showing
36,384 tons consumed during the month of July, exceeded
expectations, particularly in view of the widespread factory
shutdowns

early in the month.
A temporary rally was
by reports of increased buying of tire manufacturers
and by foreign advices stating that the Dutch East
Indies
caused

considering

are

effective

an

Jan. 1

on

export duty
1936.

on

estate rubber to become

In the

closing days of the month
prices eased appreciably, chiefly as a result of heavy liquida¬
tion in the September position, and with
factory demand
leaving much to be desired.
<
*

In

.

Ribbed smoked sheets for spot delivery were
quoted at
asked on Aug. 31 against 12%c. asked July 31;
12 7/16c. asked June 29; 12 3/16c. asked on
May 31; 11%c.

ll%c.

all

in

1934.
Textile*

The

textile

trades

grew

as

the

fall

season

approached.
Retail business, however, was somewhat ad¬
versely affected by oppressively high temperatures which
prevailed during the earlier part of the month.
In whole¬
sale trade orders expanded
materially, reflecting the depleted

condition

of wholesalers'

and

retailers'

stocks

in

Various adverse

general.

influences such as the uncertainty over the
processing taxes and the decline in raw cottop prices proved
only temporary as the general level of prices held firm.
Moderate advances on various important
staples were an¬
nounced

and

the

belief

gained

ground

that

a

scarcity in

certain lines with resultant
delays in deliveries may develop
and when merchants
proceed to cover the balance of
their seasonal requirements.
Raw cotton in

as

August reacted

sharply.

Prime influences

were

deniers

the Government

crop esti¬
11,798,000 bales, which exceeded most of the private
forecasts by a considerable margin, and later in the
month

mate of

Japanese crack double

.

JRevieed Cotton Loan Plan
to Be

The

cotton

26

Aug.

Announced ;by

9c. loan, prices broke
sharply, but when, a few days
later, under the pressure of the Southern Congressional
bloc,
the loan rate was increased to 10c. a
pound, with the pro¬
vision of 2c. in gift
payments, prices rallied

temporarily.

In the

closing days of the month, however, the trend again
became easier as weather conditions
grew more favorable
and Southern hedge pressure
began to increase.
The ap¬
pearance of private crop estimates as of the end of

August,
increasing the anticipated production above 12,000,000 bales,
also served to depress
sentiment, although reports fron^the
gray cloth market, largely under the influence of substantial
Government orders as planned by the "Works
Progress Ad¬
ministration, showed an improvement and the tense political
situation in Europe drew
attention, because of the inherent
possibility of larger demand for the staple from that
quarter.
12c.

Aug. 13.
Aug. 17,

on

Aug. 1, and from

A subsequent rally
but later it again

11.80c.,
10.65c., Aug. 31.
Print cloths at Fall River for
28-inch 64x60's was
unchanged at 5%c. throughout the
entire month.
The price of 27-inch cloth 64x60's was 5c.
Aug. 31, unchanged from July 31.
Osnaburgs were 10%c.
Aug. 31, also unchanged from July 31.
The
report of the

Census Bureau, issued
Aug. 16, and covering the month of
July; showed that cotton consumption in the United States

continued to exceed last
year's consumption by a substantial
margin. The amount consumed in
July was given as 391,771
bales of lint and 62,137 bales
of

linters, compared with
385,946 bales of lint and 61,905 bales of
linters in June 1935,
and 359,951 bales of lint and
63,484 bales of linters in
July 1934.
The woolen'goods market continued
dull in the men's
division, although most mills were able to maintain
tions at

a

normal rate.

wear

opera¬

New spring lines of
staple and fancy
suitings scheduled to be opened in the first week of
Septem¬
ber are expected to show
mark-ups of 7% to 10c. a yard.
Trading in women's wear dress fabrics improved
moderately,

but

demand

for

coatings was reported to suffer somewhat
competition of rayon materials.
Japanese double extra 13-15 deniers were
quoted Aug. 31
at $1.72@$1.79 against
$1.50@$1.64 July 31; $1.36@$1.41
from




Loan*

loan

by

policy announced Aug. 22 was revised
Agricultural Adjustment Administration.

the

pound

a
as

on cotton will be

announced

a week
ago.
The Government guarantee of a 12c. minimum
price has been
retained in the new plan, but the adjustment
payment be¬

tween the market

price and the 12c. minimum will be made
daily average of the 10 spot markets instead of on a

a

on

basis of four-month average as previously
proposed.
On
Aug. 27 Chester C. Davis, Administrator of the AAA, an¬
nounced a limit of 2c. on the adjustment
payment that
would be made to growers.
The Administrator's announce¬
ment said:
The
the

Government's

commitment

price and

average

12c.

is

to

pay

limited

producers the difference between

to

2c. per pound, and if it should
drop below 10c., a highly improbable contingency,
producers would be expected to put their cotton in the loan and wait for

develop that prices

prices

to

recover.

From

1

•

'

'

Washington

advices, Aug. 27, to the New York
"Journal of Commerce" of Aug. 28, we take the
following
regarding the announcement of Administrator Davis:
statement, the Administrator explained, was made to "clarify any
impression" that might have been drawn from the announcement
of the new policy yesterday and in
response to inquiries as to whether the
producers would receive the difference between the average price and 12c.
erroneous

in

the

event

the

price declined below the

average

Simultaneously,

Jesse

Jones,

Corporation, told his weekly
loan

Chairman

10c.

the

of

level.

Reconstruction

Finance

conference that expenses of the modified
crop would approximate
something less than
It is pointed out that the loan is financed by the RFC and

program

on

$150,000,000.

disbursed by the

the

press

1935

Commodity Credit Corporation.

As to the modification of the plans,
Washington advices,
Aug. 26, to the New York "Herald Tribune" of Aug. 27 said:
The other major change in to-day's modification of the cotton
loan plan
assurance to farmers that their
subsidy from the Government

embraces the

amounting to the difference between
12c.

return

will

be based

the

on

the market price and the promised
daily average market price instead of the

average market price over a four-month

certain

a

on

l%c.

from

day when the

the

period.

average price

Government.

Thus

to

the

arrangement

of

farmer selling cotton

a

for that day is

;

,

How New Plan
Under

of a

reacted to

AAA—10-Cent

Granted to Farmere

Under the new plan, loans of 10c.
granted to farmers instead of 9c.

long-delayed announcement of the Administration's loan
policy for the new crop. Following the first announcement

was

$1.45@$1.50

quoted at

were

the

Spot cotton here in New York
this figure declined to 11.35c.
carried the price to

31;

His

active

more

the 20-22

of

case

$1.70@$1.75 Aug. 31 against $1.51@
$1.56 July 31; $1.30@$1.35 June 30; $1.33@$1.38 May 31;
$1.32@$1.37 April 30; $1.31@$1.36 March. 30; $1.40@$1.45
Feb. 28; $1.36@$1.41 Jan. 31; $1.43@$1.48 Dec. 31
1934;
$1.28@$1.33 Nov. 30; $1.10@$1.15 Oct. 31; $1.07@$1.12 on
Sept. 29 and Aug.
31;
$0.99@$1.04 July 31;
$1.11@
$1.16 June 29; $1.16@$1.21 May 31; $1.14@$1.19 April 30;
$1.25@$L30 March 31; $1.40@$1.45 Feb. 28; $1.52@$1.57
Jan. 31, all in 1934.

asked April

30; lli%c. asked on March 30 ; 12%c. Feb. 28;
12%c. asked Jan. 31; 13%c. asked Dec. 31 1934; 13 3/16c.!
asked on Nov. 30; 13c, asked on Oct
31; 14%e. bid. and
14 3/16c. asked on Sept. 29; 15%c. asked on
Aug. 31;
14 ll/16c. asked July 31;
14%c. asked June 30; 12V*c.
asked May 31; 13%c, asked on
April 30; 11 1/I6e. asked
on March 29;
10%c. asked on Feb. 28; 10c. asked Jan. 31,

the

extra

"V'

with

a, steadier trend,
largely under the Influence of the formation of a hew Butch
Cabinet

@$1.27% April 30; $1.33@$1.38 March
28; $1.55@$1.60 Jan. 31. all in 1934.

Feb.

Will

10 %c. will get

"

K;:

Work

last

Thursday the farmers would have had
wait to find out the average for the four-month
period. Under that system
farmers might have received

some

The

producer,

for

instance,

who

than

more

a

12c.

return and

others less.

cited

above, selling his cotton at
might find that the average price for the four months was lie.

10 %c.f;

He would then have received

a

was

payment of lc. from the Government, instead

of l%c.

The

new

arrangements

the demands of

represent a concession by the Administration to
Southern Senators who attacked the
plan promulgated last

week, but it represents
market, however.

great change in principle.
"

It encourages

a

freer

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'

Petroleum and Its Product*

j'

A

no

sharp slash in crude

oil prices in California, the first
major reduction since the spring of 1933, overshadowed all
other developments in the
petroleum industry during August.

Second in

interest

was

formal

approval of the inter-State

compact for crude control by Congress, which adjourned in
the final week of the month without
passing any other oil

legislation.
The cut in the West Coast
price level, posted Aug.
of California and met
immediately by all

Standard

29 by

other
major companies, was the direct result of the refusal of
certain producers to aid in
keeping production in line with
market demand, the
company made it plainly known in a
blunt statement
acompanying the announcement
duction.

of the

re¬

Prices were carried 3 to 93c. a barrel lower
to the point
where postings for the
higher grades were lower than for
low grade crudes.
The latter, incidentally, were not affected

by the reduction, prices being maintained
unchanged.
The
revised price list, for
instance, lists 14-15, gravity at Hunt¬
ington Beach at 65c. a barrel, with the
top grade crude of 30
gravity posted at 43c.
Similar abnormal

postings Prevailed in other fields.
In
punitive price cut similar to the current
posted in California, much the same conditions
existed with the trend of
prices opposite to normal market¬

early 1931, when

list

a

was

ing conditions.

Examination

fields carries out the

same

of

trend.

the

current

list

for

other

At Long Beach, 14 to 15

gravity is posted at 65c., with top grade of 31 posted at 46c.
Springs, the low of 21 gravity brings a price of
with top of 38 gravity posted at 41c.
At Kettleman

At Santa Fe

57c.

MONTHLY

Sept., 1935]

Hills, whefe the low of 34 is posted at 62e., the top grade
at 39 gravity brings only 56c.
Mr...'': -'A-'
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Secretary of the Interior Ickes, at a press conference in
W

ashington, held the

day

same

as

the announcement of the

EE VIEW

11

the close of the month, although it held public hearings dur¬
ing the final week in an effort to arrive at a decision.
The
court

ruling

appealed.

was

>

The

cuts, charged that the reduction had been delayed until Con¬
had been adjourned in order not to influence the course

constitutionality of the Texas Tender Board was
attacked by the Ocean Petroleum Co. in a suit filed in Fed¬
eral Court in Tyler, late in the month, seeking an injunction

of oil legislation before the recent Congress which failed
to pass.
He stressed the point that no such reduction had
taken place while the oil industry was under control of the

business.

gress

Federal Government.

He hooted at the inter-State oil

com¬

,

to restrain the Board

from interfering with the company's
petition charged that the method of ques¬
tioning witnesses by the Board at its public hearings is a
The

pact, which he had opposed from the start on the ground that

violation of the bill of rights, and that the information thus
obtained is made available to the company's competitors.

it

Research

was

California, however, while attending the
the compact was drawn up, did not

inadequate.

conference at

which

subscribe to it formally, its Legislature failing to ratify the

agreement.
The price cut

also brought the temporary suspension of

the Central Committee of California Oil Producers the fol¬

lowing day.

The committee adopted a resolution to suspend
operations "until such time as the proposed new producers'
agreement is consummated or the necessity for resumption of
duties by the Central Committee becomes apparent to the
industry."
It added that the committee desired to avoid
even any appearance of interference with the Committee of
Seven in its efforts to draw up a new production control

plan, and blamed the failure of "a substantial

number of

the producers of the State, both large and small," to observe
the allocation schedules ordered by the State Oil Umpire

acting in co-operation with the committee.
An

analysis of the revised price schedule disclosed that

cuts ranged from 3c, on 16 gravity to 63c. on 31

Long Beach.
69c.

to

on

gravity at

The reductions ranged from 4c. on 15 gravity
gravity at Huntington Beach.
At Santa Fe

30

Springs the cuts started at 15c. on 21 gravity and ran as
high as 93c. on 38 gravity.
The cut in Kettleman Hills
ranged from 31c. on 33 gravity to 55c. on 39 gravity.
All
other major companies met the cut.
'
,\
"
"Since

the first

tendency to break

June

of

there

has

been

an

increasing

from proration until at the present
time production is in excess of 600,000 barrels per
day as
against an estimated consumptive demand estimated by the
away

data

made

public

during the

month indicated

a

total recovery of 3,500,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 barrels from
the East Texas field, compared with an original estimate in

1931 placing the total yield at 2,200,000,000 barrels.
Total
recovery of crude from the field to mid-August was 680,-

905,000 barrels.
The

<

special committee named

by the Texas Legislature
to investigate conditions in the oil industry
the Lone Star
State heard Ernest O. Thompson, Chairman of the Railroad
Commission, charge that the major oil companies profited
largely by, and were largely responsible for price cuts. "For
50 years before State control of the oil

business," he added,
"the principal profits of the big companies were made by
reducing prices, after emptying their storage tanks* that
they might fill them again with cheap oil, and incidentally
acquire valuable oil properties at sacrifice prices from inde¬
pendents whose distress had been caused by the low prices.
Some will never be satisfied until they can return to the
predatory system, profiting from the misery of the weak."

Approved by the
Petroleum Institute,

board

of

directors

of

the

American

a preliminary draft of the voluntary
code of fair practices for the
marketing of petroleum prod¬
ucts was made public
during August.
The

proposed code

will be presented to oil marketers
throughout America in a
of fall meetings to be held under the direction of
C. E. Arnott, Vice-President of the API and

series

Vice-President

of the

Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc.

The points covered by the code follow:

United States Bureau of Mines of less than 520,000 barrels

Prices applicable

day," the company's official statement said.
"With the
passing of the season of peak demand for petroleum the
company is confronted with large additions to storage which

and to all classes of

per

it is unwilling to

undertake, if at all, at the present level of

crude oil prices.
"A very large percentage

cessions
:

Coupon books must be sold and redeemed at' face value without discount.
Sale of goods below costs in order to
injure a competitor or" to set up a
monopoly is prohibited.
t
'
'
'■
1 '

tary agreement of proration in an effort to keep production
within consumptive demand," the company
continued, point¬
ing out that these efforts achieved no success."When it
is again demonstrated that production can be controlled to

held

contracts

no

for

the purchase

of crude oil which a
seller who does not wish to accept these prices cannot cancel
either immediately or upon 10 days' notice,
according to the
form of the agreement, and the company has a similar
right
to cancel out its day-to-day contracts
immediately.
A joint resolution ratifying the inter-State oil
compact, in¬
troduced in Congress two days before it adjourned on Aug. 26,
was signed by President Roosevelt on
Aug. 28. The compact
provided for inter-State determination of the amount of oil
available

them.

monthly.

Marland, of Oklahoma, original sponsor of the
inter-State compact plan for [control of crude oil
output,

called

a meeting of
representatives of the six States that
signed the compact—Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, New Mexico,

Illinois

which

and

final

Colorado—for
details

before

will be determined.

Sept.

12 in Oklahoma

City,

Substitution of

the

Louisiana

and

Michigan—to attend

The new Conhally oil measure and a measure
offered by
Representative Cole, Chairman of the House subcommittee
assigned to investigate the oil industry and make recom¬
mendations for new legislation to the House
Committee on
Interstate and Foreign Commerce failed of
enactment in the
recent session of Congress.
Other developments in Washington
during the month of
major importance were an order from Secretary of the

Interior

Ickes

ordering all oil tankers to file reports

of

movements of crude and refined products from
Texas
under the authority vested in him

ports
by the Connally "hot oil"
Act.
The Senate refused to
pass an amendment to the
Guffey coal bill placing a tax of V2c. a gallon on fuel oil
offered by Senator Bankhead as a
compensatory tax.
A ruling by a Federal court in the case of
Brown vs.
Humble Oil & Refining Co. upset the entire
proration basis
of the orders issued by the Texas Railroad
Commission.
The court ruled that proration must be based on
acreage
per well.
The decision was hailed by major companies who

supported a concerted drive to forcebsuch
Commission.

a change
upon the
Independents, however, fought it on the basis

that it would virtually eliminate them from the
The Commission had not arrived at
any

Texas.




or

grade of petroleum products for another is

Vendors of petroleum products are prohibited from

paying taxes for
products.

Nor

any one.

they

may

engaged in the sale
pay

rentals

or

or

for

lending

money to or

consumption of petroleum

the

privilege of

advertising„or filling station property.
Marketers

displaying

v

'

of

petroleum products shall not knowingly do anything con¬
trary to existing contracts.
Lotteries, prizes or games of chance may not be used in connection with
thte sale of petroleum products.
Nor shall marketers give away
anything
except maps, touring information and advertising literature.
They may,
however, furnish water and air and provide such free services as

installing

and

removing tire chains, drain oil, &c.
Except in emergencies gasoline may not be sold to

A
motor vehicles

from

tank trucks.

Marketers of heating oils and fuel oils must make

fair and reasonable

a

charge for all burner
of

a

or

service or parts furnished.
deceptive claims with respect to merchandise, prices
or of a competitor are an unfair trade
practice.

service

or

marketer

A uniform basis of credit for the industry is established and
notes,- trade
acceptances, post-dated checks, or time drafts may not be used as
payment
of indebtedness in order to obtain
any additional credit accommodation.

Crude oil price changes posted during
August follow t

placing the compact into effect
Marland also said that he

Sept. 12 meeting.

brand

one

prohibited.

Governor

California^ Arkansas,

consumers

of the marketer are sold.

at

would invite representatives of the States who
agreed to the
compact but did not take formal action toward its approval-

they paint or furnish paint or sell any paint to jobbers,
for any purpose other than for usual
advertising $igng
gasoline buggies, wheel carts, Sue,, through which the
products

or

and pumps,

False

Governor

or

Nor may

retailers

and

disposable without waste.
It also provides
for inter-State agreement on State
quotas of production and
for the aid of the Bureau of Mines in
determining demand

of

for dealers

keep within consumptive demand,

it is to be hoped that
conditions will justify a return to higher prices."
The announcement pointed out further that the
company

Sellers

petroleum products may not provide buildings or equipment
for. consumers except trade-marked pump globes and advertis¬
ing devices, and they may make no repairs on equipment not owned
by
,

of the producers have been work¬
ing diligently, since the first of June to bring about a volun¬

to all classes, types, methods and quantities of delivery
buyers shall be posted.
No rebates, allowances, con¬

special benefits will be permitted.

or

a

Aug. 29—Standard Oil of California reduced light grade oils 3 to
93 cent,«
barrel.
Heavy grades held unchanged.
Other companies met the cut.

There were few major price changes in the retail refined
products field during August with the exception of a 10c. a
barrel break in fuel oil prices. The retail
gasoline market,
however, had assumed a heavy tone at the close of the
month and indications
pointed to widespread reductions
following the Labor Day holiday when the seasonal decline
in demand gathers momentum.
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey adopted a new
,

„

•

.

marketing

policy during the month in handling retail sales of
gasoline
through New Jersey. Under the new system, service station
prices of gasoline were set at 13c., less taxes.
The new

schedule, which meant reductions of fractions of a cent in
instances, and minor advances in others, was
quickly

some

met by all competitor companies.
The Bureau of Mines estimate of

September demand for

gasoline indicated that Federal experts expected the record
demand for gasoline to hold rather than show
its
customary weakening after Labor Day.
The weakness of
peak

the markets in the New York-New
the southern New

England marketing

Jersey-Pennsylvania, the mid-West

West Coast all indicated that downward
revisions
gasoline prices would be the rule rather than the

during September.
/

Gasoline

stocks

:■■■..

continued

industry in

August, withdrawals in

decision at

for

the year at

area,

and the

of retail

exception

\\

their

downward trend

one week
setting
nearly 2,000,000 barrels.

a new

during
weekly high
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MONTHLY

13

a

in Scranton.
; i,
.
:. ;
Co. lifted retail and tank wagon prices of
gallon and lowered prices at Syracuse by 1 cent
1

*'

'

gallon.

Oil Co.

Aug. 15—Standard

bunker fuel oil 10 cents a

1

/

of New Jersey lowered Grade B and O

barrel to $1.15 and 95 cents, respectively, at New

York, Baltimore, Norfolk, and Charlestown.
A similar cut was made
at the Gulf Coast ports.
No. 5 heating oil was cut 10 cents a barrel to

terminal and tank-car markets.

$1.15, all prices affecting

by exchange and cash at
The

to

^"Cent a gallon.
Aug. 19—A 1-cent a gallon advance

,

,

;

.

,

posted in

%

gallon in retail gasoline prices was
Syracuse by all major companies.
'
FINANCING

AUGUST

THE

OF

THE

UNITED

STATES

count basis are given in

The smooth sailing which the

the following tables:
Amount

Bills

Dated

Treasury had been having

several months was somewhat inter¬
Not only did the prices of outstanding
Government issues undergo a noticeable decline from Aug. 12
until nearly the end of the month, the Treasury also had
the experience of seeing tenders for one of its auction sales
of guaranteed bonds fall below the principal amount of
bonds offered.
It was a rare, if not unprecedented, experi¬

of
Offering

Bills

Offered

-

3 1935

July

June 27 1935

4 1935

July

11 1935

July

Nov. 13 1935

1935
1935
1935
1935

Apr.

1935
1935

3
10
10
17
24
31

July
July
July

4 1935

July

Mature

Apr.

1 1936

133 days

133 days

1936
1936
1936
1930
1936
1936
1936
1930

273 days
273 days

Apr.

July

18 1935

July

July

25 1935

July

Aug.

1 1935

Aug.

7 1935

May

Aug.

8 1935

Aug.

Apr.

14 1935

May

Aug. 21 1935

May

Aug. 22 1935

Aug. 28 1935

May

Aug. 27 1935

Sept.

4 1935

June

8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27

3 1936

Subscrip¬
tions

$50,000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000
50,000.000

273 days

Nov. 20 1935

Apr.

Aug. 15 1935

TREASURY
.

persons.
Cash sales of the^e bonds in July amounted to
$21,648,185.43, or $28,864,247.24 maturity value, against $15,*
684,792.39, with $20,913,086.52 maturity value, in June. . ]
The details of the sales of Treasury bills sold on a dis¬

July

in retail prices of gasoline was posted

Aug. 28—A reduction of 1 cent a

.

said on Aug. 12 that $114,-

353,594.89 of "baby bonds" having a maturity value of $152,471,459.85 had been sold up to the end of July to 375,000

June 27 1935

Paul.

that time.

Department

Treasury

;

;

New Jersey extended the 10-cent a barrel
cut inj Grade O bunker fuel oil prices to include points in Nova Scotia,
Canada, Mexico, Central America, Panama, and the West Indies.
;
"
Aug. 17—Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey increased the J^-cent discount
for deliveries to barges, on No. 1 and No. 2 heating oil in New York only,
Aug. 17—Standard Oil Co. of

in Minneapolis and St.

A total of

bonds.

Aug. 13—Socony-Vacuum Oil
a

$1,610,886,550 of First Liberty Loan
$1,933,000,000 of First Libertys was retired

allotted in exchange for

gallon to 16 cents, tax included,
gasoline at Buffalo 1 cent a

bonds and $864,480,000 of 1%% notes had been

the 2%%

Representative price changes, showing the trend of refined
petroleum products prices throughout the country, follow:
Aug. 12—All major companies slashed retail gasoline prices 3 cents

•t..'"VV;

50,000,000

273 days
273 days

50,000,000
50,000,000

273 days

50,000,000

273 days
273 days

50,000,000
50,000,000

273 days

.50,000,000

273 days

$88,147,000
158,424,000
124,306,000
197,310,000
223,998,000
160,295,000
158,852,000
150,119,000
139,638,000
123,036,000

50,000,000

84,157,000
163,683,000

with its financing for

rupted in August

for the Treasury.

ence

:

1,

,

$100,000,000 Federal Farm Mortgage
Corporation four-year 1 y2% bonds, put up for sale on Aug. 28,
that met with a lukewarm reception from the market.
Secre¬
tary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr. announced on
Aug. 29 that only $85,592,000 in tenders were received for
the issue, of which $85,262,000 had been accepted.
The
tenders ranged in price from 100 to 98, with the average 99.
The average yield was 1.762%.
"Hesitancy of investors to bid for the bonds on the falling
market," said a Washington dispatch to the New York
"Times," "was believed by Government financing experts to
have caused the failure of the full issue.
It was also
apparent that in setting the interest rate at 1^% the
Treasury had shaved* the market, as it stood on Saturday,
very close, leaving itself vulnerable to the further decline in
Government bond prices which occurred Monday and Tues¬
day while the new issue was being sold."
It was an issue of

The

of

comment

issue went

Secretary

Morgenthau on the

way

the

that "it wasn't so good," while Government

was

bond market circles

were

inclined to attribute the rather

reception acorded the issue to the Treasury's insistence
on relying on the auction method of selling.
A cooler re¬
sponse had previously been noted for the $100,000,000 of
2%% Treasury bonds of 1955-1960 which had been offered
on Aug.
14.
For these bonds the average price bid was
100 25/32, compared with an average price of 10118/32 for
a comparable issue marketed on July 31.
The recession in
Government bond prices began about the time bids were
being prepared on the mid-August issue of 2%s.
Secretary
Morgenthau, nevertheless, was quoted as follows on Aug. 29:
"Secretary Morgenthau said flatly that he did not believe the
Treasury's practice of selling bonds on an auction basis, that
is, to the highest bidders, had caused the under-subscrintion
of the issue.
The auction system, as far as the
Treasury is concerned, has worked very well with this one
exception."
No decision had been made on Aug. 29 as to whether the
unsold portion of the Federal Farm Mortgage bond issue,
amounting to $14,718,000, would be sold in the near future.
The last previous occasion in which a Federal issue had not
attracted bids equal to the principal amount of securities
offered was in August 1933, when the aggregate bids received
on a $50,000,000 issue of Home Owners' Loan Corporation

poor

.

,

.

accepted.
$100,000,000 issue of 2%%

The
on

July 31

was

Amount

tions

Accepted

Price

June 27 1935

July

4 1935
4 1935

July
July

11 1935
18 1935

July

25 1935

July

Aug.

1 1935

Aug.

8 1935

Aug. 15 1935
Aug. 22 1935

Aug. 27 1935

years

on

a

cash basis.

Secretary Morgenthau made public on Aug. 6 the final
figures on the exchange offering of 2%% bonds and 1*k°/o
notes for First Liberty Loan bonds called for redemption
last April.




The final returns showed that $746.406,550• of

0.072%)

99.919

0.107% f

99.975

0.068%)

.99.939

$75,150,000

0.080%/

/;

99.961

49,957
99.946

50,102,000

99.947

50,072,000
50,045,000
50,000,000
50.046.000

99.945
99.938

99.904
99.885

75,185,000

0.052%
0.057%
0.071%
0.070%
0.073%
0.082%
0.127%
0.151%

75,079,000
75,129,000
75,106,000

75,185,000
75,112,000
75,024,000

50,054,000
50,114,000

AND DIVIDENDS IN AUGUST

RAILROAD FINANCING

■

,

$50,000,000 Pennsylvania Company—Kuhn, Loebjfc Co. offered Aug. 29
at 100% and int. $50,000,000 28-year 4% secured bonds due
Aug. 1 1963.
The bonds will be a direct obligation of the
company and will be secured by the pledge of 375,000 shares
of common stock or Norfolk & Western Ry., which had an
indicated market value, based on the closing bid on Aug. 1
1935, of $69,562,500.
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RR.—4% equipment tnist series "E" cfcfs.
16 by a group comprised of Salomon Bros. &
Hutzler; R. W. Pressprich & Co.; Dick & Merle-Smith; Stroud
& Co., Inc.; Freeman & Co., and R. L. Day & Co.
The cer¬

15,282,000 Pennsylvania
was

made Aug.

tificates are due

$566,000 on each 15th day of Jan. and July
Jan. 15 1949, incl.
Priced to yield from

from Jan. 15 1936 to

to 3.075%, according to maturity.
The group was
awarded the issue Aug. 15 by the Reconstruction Finance

0.375%

Corporation on its tender of 107.65,
aggregate premium of $1,189,837.
PUBLIC UTILITY

which represented an

FINANCING

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$5,400,000 Public Service Co. of New Hampshire—A group headed by
Paine, Webber & Co. offered on Aug. 26 at 102.04% and int.,
to yield 36A%, a new issue of $5,400,000 1st mtge. 3H% bonds,
series C, due Aug. 1 1960.
The issue has been underwritten by
Paine, Webber & Co.; Graham, Parsons & Co.; Schoellkopf,
Hutton & Pomeroy, Inc., and Laurence M. Marks & Co.

4,500,000 Savannah Electric & Power Co.—Stone & Webster and Blodget ,
Inc.; the First Boston Corp.; Brown Harriman & Co., Inc., and
Bonbright & Co., Inc., offered at 100 and int. $4,500,000 1st &
ref. mtge. 5% gold bonds, series F, due Sept. 1 1955.
3,000,000 Coast Counties Gas & Electric Co.—Dean Witter & Co.;
Blyth & Co., Inc.; Wm. R. Staats Co.; Mitchum, Tully & Co.;
E. H. Rollins & Sons, Inc.; Schwabacker & Co.; Wm. Cavalier
& Co.; Elworthy & Co.; Bankamerica Co., and Conrad, Bruce
& Co. offered at 103M ahd int. $3,000,000 1st mtge. 4% bonds,
series B, due 1965.
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Hydro-Electric Co.—-An issue of $425,000 1st lien
due 1954, of the company
Edward B. Smith & Co.,;
W. Clark & Co. and the Maine Securities Co., as agents
the company.
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425,000 Bangor

& rer. mtge. gold bonds, 4% series
has been placed privately through

with

er's loans

Issue of.

,

perceptible decline in new financing in the domestic
market for August occurred as compared with the total for
the previous month.
However, despite this shrinkage in
volume, total financing in August of the present year greatly
exceeded that of one year ago.
Refunding operations con¬
tinued to comprise the major portion of the month's emis¬
sions.
A few issues of size brought out during the month
were the $50,000,000 offering of the Pennsylvania Company,
which consisted of 28-year 4% secured bonds, priced at 100
and interest and due Aug. 1 1963.
In addition one other
issue of importance was the $20,000,000 offering of the
Cudahy Packing Co. made up of 1st mtge. SM% sinking
fund bonds, series "A", priced at 100 (flat) and due Sept. 1
1955.
A smaller issue of 4% convertible sinking fund de¬
bentures also priced at 100 (flat) and in the amount of $5,000,000, was offered simultaneously by the same company.
Below we give the larger offerings for August:

compared

an average yield of
2.771% to the earliest call date and
2.787% to the maturity date for the July 31 issue.
;
The offering of Federal Farm Corporation bonds on
Aug. 28 was in line with the policy enunciated by W. I.
Myers, Governor of the Farm Credit Administration, on
Aug. 5, of advancing mortgage loans in cash instead of
bonds of the Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation.
Governor
Myers felt that, with the ready market for FFMC bonds,
guaranteed both as to principal and interest by the Federal
Government, there would be no difficulty in selling securities
in the market and putting the Land Bank and Commission¬

Maturing

A

Treasury bonds offered

later was 2.829%,

50,000,000
50,045,000
50,100,000
50,062,000
50,015,000
50,050,000

SECURITY ISSUES

NEW

99.973

$50,007,000

$88,147,000
158,424,000
124,300,000
197,310,000
223,998,000
160,295,000
158,852,000
150,119,000
139,638,000
123,030,000
84,157,000
163,683,000

June 27 1935

the fourth such offering by the Treasury

maturity date five

Yield

Average

Offered

in recent weeks.
It brought in $510,958,000 of bids, rang¬
ing from 101 25/32 down to 10117/32. But when the fifth
offering of 2%s on an auction basis came on Aug. 14 only
$147,264,000 of bids were received, with 101 8/32 as the
high bid and 100 21/32 as the low. The average yield to
the nearest call date, March 15 1933. was 2.822%, and to
the

Subscrip¬

.

1#i % bonds amounted to $48,000,000, of which $42,000,000
were

To Redeem

BiUs

E.
for

INDUSTRIAL

AND MISCELLANEOUS

FINANCING

$20,000,000 Cudahy Packing Co.—PubUc offering was made Aug. 6 of
$20,000,000 1st mtge. sinking fund 3%% bonds, series A,
due Sept. 1 1955, at 100 (flat).
The offering was made by
a group
of underwriters composed of Halsey, Stuart & Co.,
Inc.; Goldman, Sachs & Co.;, Ladenburg, Thalmann & Co^
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F. S. Moseley & Co.; Central Republic Co.; A. G. Becker &
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Co.; Hallgarten & Co.; Shields & Co.; Bancamerica-Blair Corp.;
Hayden, Stone & Co.; Paine, Webber & Co.; Blair, Bonner &
Co., and First of Michigan Corp.
$5,000,000 Convertible Debentures Offered—The same group
also made public offering of $5,000,000 convertible sinking
fund 4% debentures at 100 (flat).
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9,000,000 Armstrong Cork Co.—CORRECTION—The $9.000,000 15year 4% debentures offered on July 24 (and noted in the Bank
& Quotation Record of Aug. 9 1935) were priced at 100 and
int.

fnot

110 and int.l.

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$5,500,000 Champion Paper & Fibre Co.—W. E. Hutton & Co.; Gold;
man, Sachs & Co., and associates offered on Aug. 15, by means
of a prospectus, $5,500,000 of 4H% sdebs., due Sept. 1
1950 and priced at 100% and int.
Concurrently, public offering of shares of a new issue of 60,000 shares of 6% cumulative
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preferred stock was being made by the same banking group
by means of a prospectus, priced at $100 a share and divs.,
subject to allotment and to the company's exchange offer ro
holders of all outstanding preferred stock of the company
and its subsidiary, the Champion Fibre Co.
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Atlantic

Atlas Corp.—Initial dividend of 30c. a share on the common
ble Sept. 16 1935.

^nd interest.

and

Co.-—Lehman Bros,

Biscuit

associates

15, by means of a prospectus, 42,000 shares of
5% pref. stock, or cash receipts in respect thereof, of the com¬
pany, priced at $101 a share.
The entire net proceeds of the
sale of this stock will be applied towards the redemption of all
the company's present outstanding first pref. stock on Oct. 1
1935 at $120 a share.
offered Aug.

40,000 shs. Sonotone Corp.—Van Alstyne, Noel & Co., Inc., New York,
offered 40,000 shares of cumulative convertible pref. stock at
$10 a share, with common stock option warrants and sinking
fund.
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$160,000 Lynchburg (Va.) Theatre—Galleher & Co., Richmond, Va.,
offered $160,000 1st mtge. 5H % serial bonds at prices to
yield 5H%.
These bonds were offered for sale only to residents of and within the State of Virginia.

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Beneficial Loan

Societyl (Del.)—Dividend of 20c. ppr share on the com¬
stock, no par value, payable Sept. 1.
This compares with 15c.
June 1, last; 12Hc. per share each three months from June 1
1934 to March 1 1935, inclusive, and eight cents per share previously

mon

paid

MUNICIPAL FINANCING

$9,647,000 Chicago, III., 3H % refunding bonds, including $5,000,000 due
Jan. 1 1953 and callable beginning Jan. 1 1946 and $4,647,000
maturing Jan. 1 1955 and callable Jan. 1 1951, awarded to a
vC
syndicate headed by Brown Harriman & Co., Inc. of New York
at a price of 103.699, or a net interest cost to the city of about
3.14%.
In re-offering the bonds the bankers priced the issue of
$5,0u0,000 to yield 3% to the first optional date and 3.50% there;;
after, while the block of $4,647,000 was offered on a yield basis
of 3.05% to the first call date and 3.50% thereafter.
8,806,000 Tennessee (State of) 3, 3X and 4% bonds, including $6,056,000 for refunding bonds, all maturing fiom 1937 to 1946 incl.,
purchased by the Chase National Bank of New York and asso¬
ciates at a price of 100.03, the financintg having been negotiated
V
by the State at a net interest cost of 3.19%.
These bonds,
irrespective of coupon rates, maturing from 1937 to 1945 incl.
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were re-offered to yield from 1.50% to 3.10%,
3s of 1946 were offered at a price of 99.75.

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each quarter.

Aug. 31

1936 to 1963 incl., were awarded by the

Resonstruction

purchased
at a

by

the Public works Administration from the city

price of par.

at prices to

5,500,000 Chicago, 111., Board of Education 3H% refunding bonds, due
Jan.
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1 1955 and callable Jan. 1 1946, awarded to a group of
Chicago banks headed by the First National Bank at a price
3.33%.
The banks publicly offered
3.15% to the first optional date and
3.50% thereafter.

of 102.18, a basis of about
the issue at prices to yield

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2,534,000 Cleveland, Ohio, 4 % sewage disposal bonds sold by the Recon¬
struction Finance Corporation to an account headed by Halsey,
Stuart& Co., Inc., of New York as follows: $1,394,000, maturing
from 1936 to 1942 incl., were disposed of at a price of 101.365, a
basis of about 3.59% while the remaining $1,140,000, due from
,

1935 to 1958 incl.,

3.94%.

brought

Re-offering

was

a price of 100.565, or a basis of about
made by the bankers at prices to yield

from 2% to 3.90%, according to maturity.

2,505,000 Loa Angeles County, Calif.,

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% City High School District

bonds, due serially from 1936 to 1956 incl., sold by the Recon¬
struction Finance Corporation to the Anglo-California National
Bank of San Francisco and associates at a price of 101.65, a
basis of about 3.79%.
Publicly re-offered at prices to yield
from 1% to 3.70%, according to maturity.

2,400,000 Grand Rapids, Mich., refunding bonds, including $1,200,000
V
3Hs, due from 1936 to 1940 incl., and $1,200,000 3s, due from
1941 to 1945 incl., awarded to a syndicate headed by

Lehman

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Charis Corp.—The directors have declared a special dividend
share on the common stock, no par value, payable Sept. 3.
dividend of 25c. was also paid on Nov. 1 1933.

paid previously.

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on

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Aug. 29 declared a dividend of

62Hc. per share on the common stock, par $10, payable Sept. 30.
This
with 50c. paid in each of the three preceding quarters, and 25c.
share pain on Sept. 30, June 30 and March 31 1934.

1

compares
per

Commercial Investment Trust Corp.—Quarterly dividend on the no par
common stock increased from 50c. to 70c. per share, in addition to an
extra dividend of 40c. per share on

An initial regular quarterly
convertible preference stock, $4.25
payable Oct. 1 1935.

this issue.

dividend of $1.06H per share on the

Y

series of 1935. was authorized; all the dividends are

Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.—Dividend of 75c. per share on the common
stock, no par value, payable Sept. 27.
This will be the first dividend
paid on the common stock since Sept. 21 1933 when a semi-annual pay¬
ment of 37Hc. per share was made.
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(E. I.) du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.—Quarterly dividend of 90c. per
share in addition to an extra dividend of 35c. per share on the common
stock, par $20, both payable Sept. 14.
Previously the company had
distributed regular quarterly dividends of 65c. per share from June 15
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1934 to and including June 15 1935, and 50c. each three months from
Sept. 15 1932 to and including March 15 1934.
In addition an extra
dividend of 15c. was paid on Dec. 15 1934.
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Eastman Kodak Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. per share in

addition to a

regular quarterly dividend of $1.25 per share on the no par common
both payable Oct. 1 1935.
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Electric Controller & Mfg. Co.—Quarterly dividend
the common stock, no par value, payable Oct. 1.

stock

of 50c. per share on
Previously reqular

Juarterly dividends of 25c. per share an extra dividend of Oct. 1was paid
1932 to
uly 1 1935, inclusive.
In addition had been paid from 25c.
on

July 1 last.

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Electrographic Corp.—Quarterly dividend of 25c. per share on the com¬
mon stock, no par value, payable Sept. 3.
This dividend will be the
first paid on the common stock since Sept. 2 1930 when 50c. was distrib¬
uted.
The company recently cleared up all accumulations on the 7%
preferred stock.

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Federated Publications, Inc.—Special dividend of 25c. per share on the
common stock, no par value, payable Sept. 15.
The directors state that
the declaration of the special dividend at this time does not establish a
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policy.
Dividends previously paid were 15c. July 31 1931,
April 30 1931, prior to which the company distributed quarterly
per share.
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dividend

15c.

dividends of 30c.

First Bank Stock Corp.—Dividend of 15c. per share on
stock, par value $10, payable Oct. 1.
This compares with
April 1, last, and on Oct. 1 and April 1 1934. *

the common
10c. paid on

General Motors Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c. per share and a. tegular
quarterly dividend of 50c. per share on the common stock both payable
Sept. 12 1935.
Quarterly distributions of 25c. per share were paid on
the common stock since and including June 13 1932.
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Globe-Wernicke Co.—Dividend of $2 per share on the pref. stock, par
$100, for the year 1935.
$1 is payable Sept. 1, 50c. on Oct. 1 and the
balance on Jan. 1 1936.
The above will be the first dividend paid since
the reorganization of the company in Oct. 1934.
Goodall Securities Corp.—Extra dividend of 10c. per share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 50c. per share on the common stock,
no

par

value, both payable Sept. 2.

Gude Winmill Trading Corp.-*—Initial dividend of $1 per
capital stock of no par value, payable Aug. 15 1935.

share on the

Sugar Co.—The directors have declared an extra dividend of
60c. per share in addition to the regular quarterly dividend of like amount
on the common stock, par $20, both payable Oct.
15.

1,750,000 St. Louis, Mo., 2%% relief bonds, due serially from 1941 to
1945 incl., optional on or after Sept. 1 1940, awarded to an
account headed by the Boatmen's National Bank and the Mis¬
sissippi Valley Trust Co., both of St. Louis, at a price of 100.11,
a basis of about 2.72%.

Hazeltine

1,910,000 Buffalo, N. Y., bonds, including $1,150,000 3.10% relief and
general improvement issues, maturing serially from 1936 to 1945
ft:
i, incl., sold to Halsey, Stuart & Co., Ihc. of New York and asso¬
ciates at 100.05, a basis of about 3.09%, which also purchased
a $760,000 3X%
water supply issue, due from 1936 to 1955
incl., at a price of 100.05, a basis of about 3.24%.
The entire
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$1,910,000 bonds were re-offered by the bankers at prices to
yield from 0.80% to 3.25%, according to maturity.

common

to

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

favorable nature.

Corp.—Extra dividend of 25c.

per

share in addition to the
the capital stock of no

regular quarterly dividend of like amount on
par value, both payable Sept. 14 1935.

quarterly dividend of 50c. per
of 25c. per share on the no par
Previously the company had
paid regular quarterly dividends of 25c. per share.
Extra dividends
of 25c. were paid in each of the four preceding quarters.
International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd.—Quarterly dividend on the
no par common stock increased from 15c. per share to 20c. per share,
payable Sept. 30 1935.
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Hoskins Manufacturing Co.—Regular
share in addition to an extra dividend

stock,

both payable Sept. 26.

Irving Air Chute Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 10c. per,share in addition
to a quarterly distribution of 15c. per share on the sommon stock, both
payable Oct. 1.
Regular quarterly dividends of 10c. per share were
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paid in each of the three preceding quarters.
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(Julius) Kayser & Co.—Dividends on the common stock
25c. per share to 65c. per share, payable Sept. 10 1935.
Kirby Petroleum Co.—The directors have declared a

increased from
yX

dividend of 10c.

{>er dividend was commonMarch 10 last, value, payable and April
share on the paid on stock, no par March 1 1934 Sept. 15.
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FAVORABLE CHANGES

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Alabama Water Service Co.—Dividend of $1.50 per share on account of
accumulations on the $6 cumulative preferred stock, no par value, paya¬
ble Sept. 1.
This payment will be the first made-on this issue since
Dec. 1 1932 when a regular quarterly dividend of like amount was distributed.
Accumulations after the payment of Sept. 1 dividend will
amount to $15 per share.
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American

Crystal Sugar Co.—The directors have declared

an initial
dividend of $1.50 per share on the 6% cumulative fisrt preferred stock,

par

$100, payable Oct. 1 1935.

American-European Securities Co.—Dividend of $1.50 a share on the
$6 cumulative preferred stock of no par value, covering the three months'
period ended April 30 1932.
This will be the first dividend paid since
Jan. 30 1932 when a regular quarterly of like amount was distributed.
American Factors, Ltd.—Monthly dividend on the capital stock increased
from 10c. a share to 20c. a share, payable Aug. 10 1935.
American Sumatra Tobacco Co.—Extra dividend of $1 a share in addi¬
tion to the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. on the no par common
stock.
Half oi the extra dividend (50c.) and the 25c. regular, will be paid
on

on

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Climax Molybdenum Co.—Dividend of 50c. per share on the no par com¬
mon stock, payable Sept. 30 1935.
This compares with 25c. a share

price of 100.039, or a net interest cost
city of 3.13%.
Re-offered at prices to yield from 1%
3.20%, according to interest rate and maturity of bonds.
a

to the

—

of 50c. per
A special

Hawaiian

Bros, of New York at

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Wheel

share

Public re-offering was made by the bankers

yield from 1 % to 3.90%, according to maturity.

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class B stock, both payable

Co.—The directors have declared a dividend of $3.50 per
account of accumulations on the 7% cum. 1st pref. stock par
$100, payable Sept. 30.
This will be the first payment made on the
pref. stock since June 30 1932 when a regular quarterly dividend of $1.75
per share was distributed.
Accumulations after the payment of the
current dividend will amount to $19.25 per share.

Budd

while $1,950,000

Finance Corporation to the Chase National Bank of New York
and associates at a price of 103.11.
The bonds were originally

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class A stock and 50c. a share on the new

6,431,000 New York, N. Y., 4% various purposes bonds, due serially
from

on

Brown Fence & Wire Co.—Initial dividends of $2 per share on

1

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stock, paya¬

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2,000 shs. Loose-Wiles

Building Trust Co. (Boston)—Semi-annual dividend of $1.50
16.
This compares with
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share on the capital stock payable Sept.
$1 paid on March 15 last.
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5,500,000 (The)Kresge Foundation.—Public offering was made Aug. 8
at 100 and int. of a new issue of $5,500,000 10-year 4% col¬
lateral trust notes by Blyth & Co., Inc.; Merrill, Lynch & Co.;
Cassatt & Co., Inc.; White. Weld & Co.; Hemphill, Noyes &
Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co., and the First of Michigan Corp.
Proceeds to be received by the Kresge Foundation from the
sale of the issue amounting to $5,335,000 are to be used to re;
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duce bank loans incurred for the most part to pay the redemp¬
tion price of $5,667,500 principal amount of 10-year collateral
trust 6% gold notes due June Jr 1936, but called for redemp¬
tion on June 1 1935 at 103

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REVIEW

MONTHLY

Sept., 1935]

Sept. 16 1935.
Dec. 16 1935.

The balance on the extra distribution will be paid

Associates Investment Co.—Initial
new 7% cum. pref. stock, par $100,

dividend of $1.14 per share on the
payable Sept. 30 to holders of record

Sept. 20.
This dividend is payable on shares issued on June 17 1935.
The directors also declared an initial dividend of 20c. a share on the new
no-par common

stock, payable Sept. 30 1935.




The common stock

was

Michigan

Steel Tube Products Co.—The directors

np"

declared a
value, payable

have

dividend of 25c. per share on the common stock, no par

This payment will mark the resumption of dividends on the
common stock, as no payments have been made since Oct. 1 1931, when
10c. was distributed.
Ten cents was also paid on July 1 1931, as against
20c. on April 1 and 37Hc. per share on Jan. 2 1931.
Sept. 10.

(F. E.) Myers & Bros.—Quarterly dividend of 50c. per share on the com¬
mon stock, no par value, payable Sept. 30.
This compares with 40c.
paid in each of the four preceding quarters.
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National Credit Co.—Dividend of $1.25 per share was paid on account of
accumulations on the 7% cumulative first pref. stock on Aug. 15 1935.
This compares with $1 per share paid in each of the 14 preceding quarters.

Corp.—Dividend of $1.31 X per share on account of accumulations
This
Oct. 1
1931, when a regular quarterly dividend or like amount was paid.
Accruals on the preferred stock after the payment of the Oct. 1 divi¬

Nehi

on the $5.25 divY
1st pref. stock, no par value, payable Oct. 1.
distribution will be the first made on the preferred stock since

dend "will amount to

recently split 5-for-l.

A simi-

15 1933,

being the first payment smade since Sept. 10 1925 when a
quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share was paid.
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Merchants & Manufacturers Securities Co.—The directors have de¬
clared an initial dividend of $1 per share on the $2 participating pref.
stock, no par value, payable Oct. 15.
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Mesta Machine Co.—The directors have declared a quarterly dividend of
50c. per share on the common stock, par $5, payable Oct. 1.
This com¬
pares with 37He. paid on July 1, April 1 and Jan. 1 last, this latter being
the initial dividend on the common stock since the company distributed
a 66 2-3% stock dividend in Nov. 1934.
this latter

$19.68H per share.

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Pacific Finance Corp. of Cal.—Dividend of 30c. per share on the com¬
mon stock, par $10, payable Oct. 1.
This compares with 15c. distributed
in each of the three preceding quarters.
Pacific Indemnity Co.—Dividend of 15c. per share on the common stock,
par $10, payable Oct. 1. This payment will mark the resumption of divi¬
dends on the common stock as no disbursements have been made since

Phoenix Securities Corp.—Dividend of $2 per share in cash and H of
a share additional preferred stock for each share held on the
preferred
thus paying up all accruals on this issue.
The payment will be made
on Aug. 15 1935.
Procter & Gamble Co.—Extra dividend of 25c. per share on the no par
common stock, payable Sept. 25.
A regular quarterly dividend of 37 He.
per share was paid
on this issue on Aug. 15, last.
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an

extra dividend of 10c. was distributed

per

of like amount

.

common

stock,

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,

par

.

rise

For the Con¬

a

exerted

the

every

to

their

quit

to bring

pressure

But the tired and
posts

Administration's

in

must

about

superheated

legislation

an

ad¬

were

Congressmen

weary

not

Washington

had

been got
The result was that throughout the first
half weeks of August, and particularly in the

the way,
a

immediately

preceding

adjournment

a

Aug. 26, the legislative mills

few

minutes

were

made to

grind at double-quick.
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Without the customary consideration, bills of the first
importance were rushed through the two houses and com¬
promise after compromise was hastily reached. In the con¬
cluding dgys of the session legislation of such vital import
as
the banking bill, utility holding company bill,
Guffey
coal bill, the gold clause bill, and the tax bill were jammed
through the two houses and through conference at a fast
clip.
The stock market community took the most lively

share in addition to the
the

on

$2.5Q> hoth payable fept, 30. t
Swan-Finch Oil Corp.—Dividend of 43 He.

slowed down the

being cleared preparatory to adjourn¬
dragged out longer than any for more
decade, and after the middle of the month the Ad¬

ministration

week

paid on July 1 last, 50c. paid April 1 and Jan. 2
1935 and Dec. 31 1934, this latter being the first made since April 1
1932 when a regular quarterly dividend of $1.50 per share was distributed.

regular quarterly dividend

than

that

Washington.

were

after midnight on

per share on account
the 6% cum. pref. stock, par $100, payable Oct. 1.

Sparta Foundry Co.—Extra dividend of 25c.

exhaustion

session

The

three and

This compares with $1

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gressional decks
ment.

until

Spang Chalfant & Co., Inc.—Dividend of $1.50
on

much

so

the nature of the news from

permitted

June 29

on

not

was

as

out of

:-v
South Penn Oil Co.—Dividend of 35c. per share on the capital stock,
par $25, payable Sept. 30.
This compares with 30c. paid each three
months from March 31 1934 to and including June 29.
of accumulations

opened the stock market had been steadily on
A recession might have been
expected on the ground of fatigue, if "Sjti no other, after this
long upward movement.
But the signs were abundant that

journment.

Reynolds Spring Co.—Quarterly dividend of 25c. per share on the new
common stock, par $1, payable Sept. 29.
Previously the company paid
dividends of 10c. per share each quarter since and including Dec. 29
In addition

As August

the advance for four months.

it

April 1 1933 wheq a quarterly dividend of 25c. was paid.
Phoenix Hosiery Co.—Dividend of 87 He. per share on account of accumuulations on the 7% cumulative first pref. stock, payable Sept. 1 1935.

1934.
last.

REVIEW

-

share on account of ac¬
cumulations on the 7 % cum. pref. stock, payable Sept. 3.
The last
previous regular quarterly dividend of like amount was piad on Dec. 1
per

interest

.Tacony-Palmyra Bridge Co.-—Dividend of 50c.
pares with 25c.

paid

on

and

per share on the class A
value, payable Sept. 30.
This com¬
June 30 and March 30 last.

and class B common stock,

no par

House differences
dered.

Timkin Roller Bearing Co.—Extra dividend of 50c. per share in addition
to the regular quarterly dividend of 25c. per share on the no
par capital
stock, both payable Sept. 5 1935.
"
United States Gypsum Co.—In addition to the declaration of its usual
>

quarterly dividend of 25c. per share
declared
ments

United

an

are

the

extra dividend of like amount

payable

on

Oct.

1

next.

on

t

this

issue, both disburse<

.

J

,

States &

International Securities Corp.—The directors have
per share on account of accumulations on
the $5 cumulative first pref. stock, no par value,
payable Sept. 10.
This payment will be the first made since Nov. 1 1930 when a
regualr
quarterly dividend of $1.25 per share was distributed.
Accumulations
as of Nov.
1 after the payment of the Sept. 10 dividend will amount to
$24.50 per share.
declared

a

dividend of 50c.

United Wall Paper

Factories, Inc.—Dividend of $13.50

count of accumulations on the

1935.

6%

cum. prior

a

share

on

ac¬

pref. stock, payable Sept. 1

This will be the first payment made on the preferred stock since

Sept. 1 1931 when
distributed.

a

regular quarterly dividend of $1.50

.a

share was

*
•:
' "
Co.—Dividend of 40c. per share on the common
value, payable Sept. 30.
In each of the three preceding
quarters dividends of 20c. per share were distributed.
w

Universal

stock,

Products

no

par

Van Raalte

Co., Inc.—Initial dividend of 25c per share on the common
stock, payable Sept. 1 1935.
Wesson Oil & Snowdrift Co., Inc.—Extra dividend of 87He. per share
in addition to the regular
quarterly dividend of 12He. on the common
stock, no par value, both payable Oct. 1.
Extras of 37He. per share
were paid In each of the three preceding quarters, while on Oct. 1 1934
an extra of 50c.
per share was paid.

Mapes Consolidated Mfg. Co.—Dividend of 50c. per share on the com¬
mon stock, payable Oct.
1.
This compares with 75c. per share pre¬
viously paid each quarter,
Malone Light & Power Co.-—Directors decided to take no action on the
payment of the dividend
stock of no par value.

ordinarily due at this time on the $6 cum. pref.
The last regular quarterly dividend of $1.50
per share was distributed on May 1., last.
,
Monroe Chemical Co.—Dividend of 25c. per share on the no
par common
stock, payable Oct. 1.
This compares with 50c. paid on Dec. 24 1934
and March 20 1934, prior to which no dividends had been
distributed
since July 1 1930, when a regular quarterly
payment of 37Hc. per share
made.

Pepperell

Manfacturing

stock reduced from $3 per

Co.—Semi-annual
dividend
on
the
capital
share to $1.50 per share, payable Aug. 15 1935.

Standard Brands Inc.—Dividend of 20c. per share on the
no par value,
payable Oct. 1.
This compares with 25c.

stock,
per share paid
each three months from Jan. 3 1933 to and
including July 1, last.
Waldorf System—Quarterly dividend of 12Hc. per share on the common
stock, no par value, payable Oct. 1.
distributed Dec. 31 1934.

common

This compares with 20c. per share

(R. C.) Williams & Co.—Directors decided

to omit
the
dividend ordi¬
narily payable at this time on the no par common stock. A distribution
of 25c. per share was made on
May 1, last.

COURSE OF THE STOCK MARKET DURING AUGUST J93S

The August stock market was notable for its high rate of
activity.
While prices moved forward, thus preserving in¬
tact the string of monthly advances
dating back to April,
the rise was at best of the
creeping variety. But the market
was—for these times— decidedly active.
The share turnover

expanded to the largest total in 18 months and reached a
figure of 42,925,480, a new high since February 1934.
It
compared with 29,427,720 shares in July and only 16,690,972
shares in August a year ago.
On one day, Aug. 12, the
sales
volume fell just short of the 2,500,000
mark, the
heaviest trading for any full day since July
1934, while
sales on Aug. 10, amounting to
nearly 1,250,000 shares, were
the largest for a Saturday since
February 1934.
As far as extent of the price advance was
concerned, how¬
ever, August made the poorest showing of any month since
April, when the current upswing in quoted values began.
As gauged by the average of 50 stocks
compiled by the
York "Times," the unturn amounted to

only

compared with 5.62 in July and 7.07 in June.
advance did not carry the stock average
higher
the

fact

that

the

entitled to stand

rail

on

shares

were

New

1.13

points,
That the

was

laggards.

due to

They

were

the side of the advance by the margin

of the smallest possible fraction, for
they were up .01, against
rise of 2.26 for the industrial stocks.
The net rise in
the industrial and rail stocks combined in the
year to date
a

was

16.17 points.

Stocks milled about in

the

\Sv'

this bill left the stock market bewil¬

literally changed from hour
day of adjournment neared.
The suspense

finally ended

with

the

House

voting to

instruct

conferees to accept a compromise plan on the "death
tence" offered by Senator Barkley.
At this outcome

its
sen¬

the

utility stocks tumbled sharply, but they were able to regain
some of the lost
ground between the time of Congress's
adjournment and the end of the month.
The

force

which enabled stocks generally to resist so
the unsettling nature of the Washington news was
the uniformly favorable content of the trade news.
Instead

stoutly

of responding to

business

bore

up

the usual seasonal dulness, many lines of
very well indeed for midsummer.
Steel-

making expanded week by week, keeping up the trend be¬
ginning after the Independence Dav holiday, with a <peak of
48.8% of capacity reached in the third week.
In the con¬
cluding week of August a decrease of 0.9 point took place
as
operations tapered off slightly in anticipation of the
Labor Day holiday.
From early Jul** to late August steel
operations increased from 32.8% of capacity to 48.8%. Elec¬
tric power production also made a
notably good record, as
did

home

building and

Europe lent

UNFAVORABLE CHANGES

was

was

common stock the company

on

The prospects of the bill

to hour as

,

on

in the fortunes of the utility bill.
The confusion
uncertainty attending the resolving of the Senate and

retail

trade.

The

war

scare

in

degree of buoyancy to the chemical, steel and
copper stocks, sales of copper being especially good and the
price of the metal firm.
a

Stock market sentiment was visibly raised by the action of
General Motors Corp., Aug. 5, in declaring a
quarterly divident of 50c.

payment

a

share and

of 25c.

dividend, and the
year.

an

extra of

American
stock

25c., against the former
Telephone voted the regular
the highest level of the

attained

The anti-New Deal vote in

a

Rhode Island Congres¬

sional district in the first week of the month did not
exactly

discourage the stock market.

*

As to the fluctuations in individual stocks, United States
Steel was at its lowest Aug. 7 at
41^g and at its highest on
Aug. 23 at 46%, with the close on Aug. 31 at 43%. Steel,

preferred was at its lowest Aug. 2 at 98 and at its highest on
Aug. 22 at 113%, with the close Aug. 31 at 110. American
Tel. & Tel. rose from 131 Aug. 1 to 142
Aug. 13, with the
close Aug. 31 at 136%.
American Can fell from 146%, Aug.
3 to 136%, Aug. 28, with the close
Aug. 31 at 138%. Gen¬
eral Electric was at its lowest Aug. 2 at
28% and at its
highest Aug. 14 at 33, with the close Aug. 31 at 31%.
Allied Chemical & Dye moved up from 157%, Aug. 8 to 165,
Aug. 14, with the close Aug. 31 at 160% bid. Westinghouse
Electric & Mfg. rose from 62, Aug. 20 to
67%, Aug. 26, with
the close Aug. 31 at 66%.
Consolidated Gas of N. Y. was
at its highest Aug. 14 at
34% and at its lowest Aug. 28 at
26%, with the close Aug. 31 at 28%. In the railroad list,
New York Central was at its lowest
Aug. 8 at 19% and at
its highest Aug. 17 at
25%, with the close Augf31 at 23%.
Delaware & Hudson rose from. 33%, Aug. 7 to
40%, Aug. 17,
with the close Aug. 31 at 35%. Union Pacific
dropped from
107%, Aug.. 1 to 96%, Aug. 7, with the close Aug. 31 at
100%. Southern Pacific was at its highest Aug. 17 at 21%
and at its lowest Aug. 28 at
17%, with the close Aug. 31
at 18%.
Baltimore & Ohio rose from 13, Aug. 2 to 17%,
Aug. 17, with the close Aug. 31 at 15%.
Chesapeake &
Ohio moved down from 47%,
Aug. 13 to 44%, Aug. 20,
with the close Aug. 31 at 45%.
Southern Railway was at
its lowest Aug. 2 at 7 and at its
highest Aug. 17 at 9%, with
the close Aug. 31 at 9%.
High-grade corporate bonds in August displayed weakness
with losses ranging from fractions to one or more
points. Among
the medium and

with

the

declines

lower-grade issues, prices rose in keeping
upward trend in stock values, but later slight

were in evidence.
Owing to the varied tendencies
of the bond market
during the month corporate bond prices

Up such a large turnover. The month's high for the 50 stocks
was 104.63 and the low
100.30, while the closing level was

for the.most part were
practically unchanged from the close
of the previous month.
'
'
'
/
'
In the following table we show as
usual, the fluctuations

102.78, about midway between the

for the month in the different issues of United States




a

fairly

narrow

range

two extremes.

in running

<$>liga-

Sept., 1935]

MONTHLY

tions, and a considerable number, likewise, of
corporate and foreign government bond issues.

domestic

Closing

Price

Allegheny Corp coll trust 6s. 1944

Lowest

77 *

Amer &

74*

Foreign Power 5s. ..2030

Atch Top & Santa Fe gen 4s. 1995
Baltimore & Ohio 1st gold 4s. 1948

Convertible 4*s.
Bost & Maine 1st 5s

C.1967

Brooklyn Union Elevated 5s. 1950
Ches & Ohio ret & impt 4*s B '95

Chesapeake Corp 5s.„_..7._1947

Aug. 28
79*
69* Aug. 27
76*
107* Aug. 28 110*
100* Aug. 30 103
543* Aug." 8 60*
75*^Aug. 10 80
107
Aug. 17 109*
108* Aug. 27 111
105
Aug. 20 108*
13* Aug.
3
15*

103

56 *
76*
109*
110*
105 H

Chic Milw St P & Pac 5s A._ 1975
Chic <fc N W 4*8 series A... 1949
C C C & St L 4*s series E..1977
Erie ref & impt 5s of 1927...1967

13*
10 *
71*

10

Great North gen 4*s ser E.1977
111 Cent C St L & N O 5s A.. 1963
Internat'l Paper 5s ser A A B 1947
Kan City Sou ref &
Impt 5s. .1950
Lehigh Valley (Pa) cons 4s..2003

80
67

76

61*
37*

Liggett & Myers Tobacco 7s. 1944
Mo-Kan-Tex

cum

adj

5s...1967

13*
110*

New York Central conv 6s.. 1944
N Y C & St L 4*s ser C
1978
N Y N H & H 1st ref
4*s._1967
N Y Ont & Western ref 4s..l992

Northern Pacific 4s

61
33

51*
104*
97*

1997

Pennsylvania RR deb 4*s__1970
Pitts C C & St L 5s ser A...1970
Rio Grande West 1st 4s
1939
Southern Ry gen 4s series A. 1956

Western Maryland 1st

37*
80

97*

,

74* Aug. 28
94* Aug. 28

12

108*
100*

Aug.
Aug.

57*

Aug. 1
Aug. 22

78*
109*

Aug.
6
Aug. 13
15

11

Aug.

Aug. 14
19

74*

Aug. 14

68*

Aug.

A.. 1957

97*

..,.1962

ser

94*
103*

Australia 5s of 1925

1955

Austria (Govt.) 7s
1957
Belgium .(Kingdom) 6*8.. .1949

Brisbane (City) 5s
Canada (Dominion) 5s

While money
previous low levels, a

prolonged and somewhat spectacular decline in the prices of
Government securities resulted in a substantial marking

61

four-year

Aug. 13
Aug. 17

failed by $15,000,000 to

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

61*

at

Aug.

trial

102*
96*

38

97* Aug. 13

1
1

Government Bonds

103*

110* Aug.

7

Low

62* Aug.

Lowest

5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

49*

v

Highest

4*s

1947-1952

Aug.

Last

Aug. 31

101 .15 Aug.

101.1

117

115.4

Aug.

117

3*s.......^1943-1045

Aug.

115.7

106.23

105.1

4s...

Aug.

110.6

Aug.

106 .24 Aug.
112 .2
Aug.

105.8

112

109.2

Aug.

...1944-1954

3*8...
3*s

;■*.

.1946-1956
1951-1955

3s..

..1946-1948

103.30

104.2

110 .22 Aug.
107 .28 Aug.

101.6

104 .4

.

109". 12

105.30 Aug.

.1943-1947

3s..

102.14

Aug.
101.24 Aug.

106.3

Aug.

1...

Renewal

*

*

2...

H
Saturday
Sunday

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

*

*

T

3...

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

*

4...
5...

*

6...

Low

Aug.

High

17..

Aug.

18..

19..

*

*

Aug.

20..

*

* ■:

21..

*

*
*

•v

Aug.

A-;

*

^

*
H

*

*>:

*

Aug.

22..

*'

7...

*

*

*

Aug.

23..

*

8...

*

*

Aug.

24..

9...

*

*
*

*

Aug.

25

10--.

v:

Saturday

11...
*

Aug.

13...

*

*.

26..

*#':■

27..

*

Aug.

*

28..

*

*

Aug.

29..

*

14...

*

*

30-.

*

*

*

*
*

Aug.

15...

Aug. 31..

16...

*

*

*

103 .30 Aug.

102.9

1940-1943

108.21

106.24 Aug.

108 .23 Aug.

3*8........1940-1949
3*8...^
1949-1952
3*8...
...1941
3*8........ 1944-1946
2*s...
.1955-1960

106.26 Aug.
102.26 Aug.

108 .27 Aug.
105 .2
Aug.

103~ 13

105

102.17 Aug.

105 .1

103.4

at

108.24

107.12 Aug.
104.24 Aug.

108 .27 Aug.
106 17 Aug.

107.22

with the demand

#

'

*
U
Saturday

#

*

/

106.30

108.25

*

v:

*

*
*
*
*

*
>

*

t

Saturday
Sunday
*
H

*

v

i

*

ir

Aug.

Sunday

12...

Renewal

Saturday
Sunday

Aug.

*::•

1941-1943

3*s
3*8....

Fed'l Farm Mtge

3s.._._._

105

106.14

101.21

3*8.1944-1964
4....1944-1949

102". 17

........1942-1947

102.20

..1942-1947
Home Owners' Loan 3s ser A
1952

102.10

3s...

2*8......

2*8...

101.16

...1939-1949

101.1

99.8

Month of August

101.15 Aug.
100
Aug.

42,925,480
$

Railroad and miscell

State, munlc.

&

182,648,000
30,581,000
73,674,000

286,903,000

foreign

United States Govt.;
Total bond sales.....
Jan. 1 to Aug. 31—
Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—
Railroad and miscell

197,201,582

99.26

102 .12 Aug.
101 .3
Aug.

confined,
existing accommodations.

1933

16,690,972
>

1932

42,456,772

$

82,625,795

9

130,717,000

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

EXCHANGE

1934

30 Days

9

35,169,000
151,222,000

143,774,000
56,727,000
15,599,200

257,743,500
60,673,500
25,777,950

317,108,000

216,100,200

344,194.950

251,081,370

503,587,144

259,401,107

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1934

Total bond sales

102,170,000

Domestic
Foreign government...
Foreign corporate
.

Total bond sales

_

_

*

..

.

.

40,100,656

826,681,000

743,051,000

26,097,000
19,784,000

yu-

10,471,483

U:^9^.rr:
140,058,000
3,708,500
3,553,000

147,319,500

77,073,624
<

697,170,000

9

64,958,000

$

806,716,000
11,382,000
8,583,000

1932

6,515,581
.

45,755,303

34,396,805

9

632,356,000
29,902,000

$

28,429,000

523,629,000
19,172,500
24,776,000

690,687,000

567,577,500

was

reserves,

the continued in¬

chiefly due to the

disbursement of funds by the Government out of
balances
in the Treasury and at the Reserve
banks, which more than
offset seasonal currency demands.
Total reserves of report¬
ing member banks on Aug. 28 reached a new high record
of $5,346,437,000, while excess reserves rose to
$2,780,000,000.

Demand for commercial credit showed

the increasing

no

noticeable expan¬

activity of business, and the
security trading at rising prices
also failed to produce any
corresponding increase in the
increase

in




RATES

Mixed Collateral

4 Months

*;
*

-■

*

,.

5 Months

5...

*

*

;

* ^

*

.

*

,

6...

*

*

*

r

*

*

* *

il

*

*

■

*

■
'»

*

Satur
•''

*
*

i:

'(;•

*
~

*
*

*

*

Aug. 16...
Aug. 17...

*

*

,

*
*

•

*

'

-

rV'"-'V

*

;

■:

r-Sf.'ir

*

*

*
*

Aug.14... i

-

,

■

*

Aug. 15...

•

*

V "" *

*

day;

' Sun day

; v

*

*

*

:

t,

*

*
,

Aug. 12...

*

;

*

•'

V?
•

--

M

•

Aug. 7...
Aug. 8:.Aug. 9...
Aug. 10.

vv;::

*

:-H

,

>.i*a-vv^

*

*

*if; ?

*

*

*

Satur day

Aug. 18-..

Sun day

Aug. 19...

*

*

*

*
*

*

Aug.20...

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

_

6 Months

*

.

Satur day
Sun day,7:; A

4...

Aug. 22..

59,976,000
2,536,000
2,446,000

60,563,000

The feature of the money market
crease in excess member bank

despite

LOAN

M * ih: m

Aug. 21.._

THE MONEY MARKET DURING
AUGUST 1935

considerable

*

on

90 Days

3...

,

.

*

*

*

*

Aug. 27...

*

*

*

*

*

a.

7'7

*

;

*

*

*
i

*

;

*

*

*

*
*

,

*
*

*

Aug. 28...

*

*

Satur day
Sun day

Aug. 25...
Aug. 26...

3,251,922
S'rms
;r;-'
56,830,000
1,456,000
2,601,000
1,167,000
1,132,000

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31—
Stock sales—No. of shares
Bond sales (par value)—

*

2...

Aug. 24...

1933

$

Foreign corporate.....

*

Aug. 13...

»

99,547,000

...

*

Aug. 11...

10,164,873

Domestic....
Foreign government...

60 Days

1...

Aug. 23...

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

OF TIME

Rates

99.18

2,197,530,000 2,640,021,700 2,312,252,000
1.866,620,800

1935

RECORD

heretofore, to the renewal of

as

lo"o".i8

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE CURB
EXCHANGE
Month of August

security collateral remained nominally

100*23

99.30 Aug.
98.30 Aug.

on

%% for all maturities, unchanged since May 27, and

101

1,420,872,000 1,658,934,000 1,490,644,900 1,020,992,800
State, munlc. & foreign
258,849,000
432,163,000
524,855,500
440,355,600
United States Govt
517,809,000
548,924,700
296,751,600
405,272,400
Total bond sales.

Time loan rates

DAILY

102 .17 Aug.
102 ,24 Aug.
101 .18 Aug.

$

.

104.30

100.14 Aug.
99
Aug.

1935

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

Aug.

101 .21 Aug.
104
Aug.

Aug.

VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK

sion,

High

16

Liberty Loan—
100.26

the

CALL LOAN RATES ON THE NEW YORK STOCK
EXCHANGE

19

Sale

101.13

$28,-

32*
24*

7

Aug. 21

Sale

1933-1938

from

13

91

12

Range During August 1935

Aug. 1

increase

111*

Aug.

176

Aug.
106* Aug.
40* Aug,

First

slow

Stock Exchange the official rate for call loans
unchagned at %%, and neither the broadening ac¬
tivity in trading nor the continued advance in values were

105

Aug. 12

114* Aug.

100

61*

their

was

95*
92

96* Aug. 13

171* Aug.
30* Aug.
21* Aug.

lio"

continued

176""

97

Queensland (State) ext 7s...1941

advances

29

92* Aug.
Ill* Aug.
172* Aug.

22*

Dis¬

176* Aug.
34
Aug.
25* Aug.
102* Aug.

108

31

be fully taken by investors.

able to produce an appreciable increase in the demand
for
funds, with the result that the supply of prime short-term
obligations continued far short of the investment demand.

Aug.
Aug.

113*

..1952

Aug.

106* Aug. 12

90

105

German (Republic) 7s
1949
German Govt Internat
5*s_1965
New South Wales
(State) 5s. 1957

(City) ext 6*s

97* Aug.
95

96

1957

$100,000,000 Fed*
Government-guaranteed
competitive bidding,

for

354,000 July 31 to $29,447,000 Aug. 28. Total member bank
reserves rose steadily, from
$5,099,616,000 July 31 to $5,346,437,000 Aug. 28.
Idle
funds
available
for
loans
in¬
creased along with, mounting bank
reserves, constituting
a
growing problem for
their
profitable
employment.

106*
78*
95*

1

offered

open market again remained practically stationary
$4,685,000 Aug. 28 against $4,687,000 July 31, and Indus*

51

Aug. 23

bonds,

in the

33*

14

1 y2%

holdings of the 12 Reserve banks increased from
$6,570,000 July 31 to $9,409,000 Aug. 28, while bills bought

111*

17

Aug. 17

91

102* Aug.

issue of

an

count

Aug. 12

94* Aug.
Aug.

up

Corporation

Aug. 12

81

106

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1949

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Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury
Treasury

of the country rose
approximately $55,000,000.
rates in general remained at their

caused late in the month when
era! Farm Mortgage

86

Aug.

July

list, the first material reversal
in this respect in almost a
year.
Average discount rates on
Treasury bills rose from .07% to .13%, and average yields
on
two additional offerings of
long-term Treasury bonds
increased from 2.77% to 2.82^
A mild sensation was

Aug.

Aug.

the

of yields on the Government

,

Argentine (Govt) 6s
External 5*8

Fourth

Gold imports during August
figures considerably, but continued to
remain far below the
importations of earlier months.
Alto¬
gether, slightly over $41,000,000 entered the country, chiefly
from Holland,
and, including additions from newly-mined
domestic gold and from scrap
gold, the monetary gold stock

On

Foreign Bonds—

Rome

76*
71*

19

Aug.

Aug. 28 104* Aug.
1
96
Aug. 30
97* Aug. 15
112* Aug. 27 115* Aug.
6
77
Aug. 30 82* Aug. 20
35* Aug.
5
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105* Aug. 23 106* Aug.
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Aug.

101

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Aug.,

69* Aug.
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75*
66* Aug.
6
70*
83
86
Aug. 28
60* Aug. 29 67
76
79
Aug.
59
Aug.
62*
36* Aug.
41*
132* Aug.
133*
12* Aug.
17*
109* Aug.
111*
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63*
Aug.
32
Aug.
38*
47* Aug.
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1935 '

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Aug. 31...

Rates for bankers* acceptances remained

unchanged, with

bankers

experiencing little or no demand for acceptance
credits during the month of July, a period
always regarded
the low point of the year in acceptance credit demand.
The
American Aceptance Council on Aug. 23
published its usual
survey of the acceptance, market and found that for the
month

of

July the volume of bankers' acceptances declined

$22,395,187, the total volume of bills now amounting to
$320,890,746 compared with $515,604,714 July 31 1934.
In
making public the figures, Robert H. Bean, Executive Sec¬
retary of the Council, pointed out that most of the reduc¬
tions for the month in the classified
acceptance totals were
and in most cases indicated the retirement or

moderate,

paying off of credits taken earlier in the year.
Acceptances
created for the purpose of
financing imports, after remain¬
ing above $100,000,000 since March, declined $2,860,917 to
$99,100,857, or about $5,000,000 more than was outstanding
at the end of July a year ago.
Export credit acceptances
went off $7,445,186 to a new low for the
year of $86,316,484.

REVIEW

MONTHLY

16

is

created for the purpose of financing goods
stored in domestic warehouses were off $10,195,799 for the
month, while acceptances arising out of credits based on
goods stored in or shipped between foreign countries were
less by $2,884,061 than at the end of June.
As a partial
offset to these reductions, acceptances created for the pur¬
pose of providing dollar exchange were up $1,054,241.
Do¬
mestic acceptance credits were reduced in volume $63,465.
As usual in the past several months, the accepting banks,

Acceptances

United States.
The effect

the grand total.
reported a total
volume of $298,696,274, while the next 60 banks had a total
of $22,171,326, making a total for the first 100 leading accept¬
ing banks of $320,867,600.
Rates for bankers' acceptances
continued to be quoted at 3/16% bid and %% asked for
30-, 60- and 90-day bills; at *4% bid and 3/16% asked for
120-day bills, and at %% bid and 5/16% asked for 150-day
and 180-day bills.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank,
in its "Monthly Review," discussed conditions in the market
follows;
'
the market for bankers'

"Continued dulness characterized

and Panama

acceptances during August.
Sales of bills by dealers were
confined for the most part to a small.group of the larger
banks.
The rate in almost all cases was %%, as only a

transactions involved bills of longer than

few scattered

maturity."

day

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90-

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this increase in

Call Loans
180 Days
150 Days
120 Days
90 Days
60 Days
30 Days
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Aug.

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$6,000,000. Member
higher, the increase
amounting to $2,839,000.
Industrial advances of the 12
regional banks were higher by $1,093,000, while commit¬
ments increased $3,341,000.
Government securities holdings
of
the
System were only nominally changed, being up
$122,000; but the Reserve banks continued their practice
of shifting into longer-term issues.
Treasury notes held
increased $48,391,000, * while certificates and bills declined
$46,373,000. Bond holdings decreased $1,896,000. The ratio
of total reserves to
sight liabilities increased to 75.1%

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—

the previous rate of %%
August drawings by commercial and in¬
were reported to have been in somewhat

Commercial paper continued at
for

prime names.

dustrial concerns

larger volume than in July, but supplies in
tinued to be considerably smaller than the
which

inquiry was made.

investment

bank

amount for
Under date of

$163,600,000 of open market com¬
outstanding on July 31 1935, which compared
a total of $159,300,000 at the end of June 1935 and
$168,400,000 July 31 1934.
;
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MONEY

AT

Aug. 24

Aug. 31

Call loans on Stock Exchange—

X©X

X@X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

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Time

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RETURNS

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THE

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X

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X

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— -

Good 4 to 6 months

»

1

'

1

Loans

$245,000,000 from

York banks decreased

on

securities

to

non-brokers

declined

$13,000,000.

compiled by the New York Stock Exchange,
amounted to $772,031,468 on Aug. 31 1935, an increase of
$3,096,720 over the July 31 1935 total of $768,934,748.
On
Aug. 31 1934 these loans amounted to $874,207,876.

BANKS—

development in August for the

System was the further appreciable
the volume of excess member bank reserves.




increased

$56,000,000.
The brokers' loan portion of this total showed
a $42,000,000 decrease in New York and a $1,000,000 decrease
outside of New York, or an aggregate decline of $43,000,000.

COURSE OF STERLING

YORK CITY

Federal
expansion in
The size of
the enlargement in surplus bank reserves was a reflection
in part of the reserve provisions in the Banking Act of
1935, which received President Roosevelt's signature on
Aug. 23.
The new law stipulated that member banks should
carry the same reserves against deposits of the United States
Government that they are required to maintain against
other classes of demand deposits, namely, 13% in central
reserve cities, 10% in other cities, and 7% in smaller cities
and towns.
Against postal savings deposits, a 3% reserve
The most striking

Reserve

deposits

Street loans, as

Double and single names—
Prime 4 to 6 months...-.

demand

July 24 to Aug. 21.
Security loans of the reporting New

^

Commercial paper—

THE

ing ' bank

X@X

X
X

collateral)
(mixed & Indus, collateral)
loans (mixed and Indus, collateral)—

Range for week (mixed & Indus,

investments of the report¬

York

of $247,000,000 of Government deposits, were up
$399,000,000.
Loans and investments of all weekly report¬
ing banks in the four weeks ended Aug. 21 /were higher by
$151,000,000, with their other loans down $5,000,000, other
securities up $73,000,000, Government securities up $224,000,000, Government-guaranteed securities up $29,000,000,
and loans on securities off $17,000,000.
All weekly report¬

Week Ended—

Aug. 17

New

first time,

NEW YORK

Aug. 10

74.5%.

$52,000,000; other securities were up $24,000,000, and Gov¬
ernment-guaranteed issues increased $17,000,000.
Reserve
deposits of the New York banks increased $211,000,000, and
their demand deposits, partly because of the inclusion in
this classification in the last week of the month, for the

mercial paper

FOR

moderately

banks dropped $5,000,000, to which result
their Government security holdings made the most important
contribution with a decline of $38,000,000.
Other loans rose
ing

general con¬

dealers showed a total of

RATES

were

During August the loans and

Aug. 14 the Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced
received by the bank from commercial paper

with

borrowings

from

that returns

with

higher

addition of $54,000,000 to reserve

bank

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—

actual reserves, excess reserves were

Federal Reserve credit ia use was up

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expansion which
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the month.

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31

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18—

24

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Saturday

17

21

\

by the Treasury

stock was responsible for
balances, precisely off¬
setting the $54,000,000 seasonal increase in currencv circula¬
tion.
The Treasury's program of retiring the National bank
notes in circulation went forward at a more rapid pace, as
indicated by the $103,000,000 decline in Treasury and Na¬
tional bank currency.
The retirement of National bank
notes, it can be seen, proceeded much faster than the placing
in circulation of new silver certificates and silver coin.
With National bank notes going out of use, Federal Reserve
notes were occupying a more important role in the circulat¬
ing medium.
These latter notes increased $90,435,000 in

an

X~he

Saturday

3

All of the

by $270,000,000.
The increasing monetary gold

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experienced in August.

reserves

V

,

Aug. 1.

period by $76,104,000.
These operations
contributed almost all of the $246,821,000
bank

1'

Canal bonds on July 1 and

realized by the Treasury on the deposit of these gold
certificates was drawn on and found its way into member
bank reserves.
Besides this sum, the Treasury drew down
its balance with the Federal
Reserve in the four-week
sum

ACCEPTANCES

PRIME BANKERS'

Govern¬

required re¬
membership
by approximately $75,006,000.
On the other hand, the effect
of the provision allowing certain deductions from gross de¬
posits was to lower legal reserves, particularly among the
banks outside of the largest cities, by somewhat; more than
$100,000,000. These new reserve requirements became effec¬
tive upon the enactment of the banking law, with the result
that in the last week of August they served to increase
surplus reserves.
In that week actual reserves were $55,000,000 higher, but, acording to Federal Reserve Board esti¬
mates, excess reserves were up no less than $100,000,000,
reaching the new record high of $2,780,000,000.
Treasury operations, however, were the most important
influence bearing on reserves during the month.
In the
four weeks ended Aug. 28 the Treasury deposited with the
Federal Reserve $258,115,000 of gold certificates.
It did this
chiefly to reimburse itself for the outlay of cash from its
working balance to redeem the greater part of the consols

combined volume amounting to $296,-

as

of the requirement of reserves against

deposits was to increase the amount of
serves throughout the entire Federal Reserve

ment

442,092, Which was within $24,448,654 of
The first 40 largest accepting institutions

for bankers' acceptances

henceforth all

quirements, deduct from gross deposits the sums due from
other banks (except Federal Reserve banks) and the cash
items in process of collection
from other banks in the

principally those in New York City, held, either of their
own bills or other banks' bills, all but a
small portion of
the total volume.
As of the date of this survey, accepting
banks held $148,158,239 of their own bills and $148,283,853
of other banks' bills, a

In addition, the new Banking Act provided
banks could, in computing reserve re¬

required.

that

Exchange

on

EXCHANGE IN AUGUST

London continued firm and was

exceptionally

Financial and political factors
affecting sterling had but little effect during the month.
The main influence in relation to sterling and the dollar
steady throughout August.

be

in the London silver market.
It may
sterling registered a sharp upswing on

the developments

was

recalled

that

July 9, when aJ new high for the year of $4.98% was recorded,
due to unusually heavy purchases of silver in London for
United States Treasure account.
Heavy dumping of silver

made active interven¬
to arrest
rapid decline in the price of the metal.
The downward

by the Far East for some weeks had
tion
the

by United States Treasury agents necessary

swing of silver seemed to have been halted by United States
purchases on July 9, and a pegged market fixed at 30 ll/16d.
for cash.

ounce

an

August witnessed a still greater dumping of silver by
Bombay operators and other long interests who seemed to
have arrived at a definite conclusion that the United States

transfers sold

on Aug. 1 at $4.95% @$4.96% and on Aug. 31
$4,96%@$4.96%. The low for sterling in August was
$4.95% and the high was $4.98%.

ac

PRICE

PAID

FOR

persistently offered in London, with the
result that on Aug. 14 purchases for United States account
were so heavy that sterling was forced up to $4.98% which,
with the exception of the July 9 quotation, was the highest
silver

Dollars had to be sold against ster¬

ling to pay for the spot metal.

,

United States Treasury

operations in the gold and silver
markets and for the purpose of steadying the foreign ex¬
changes are never fully disclosed to the press and are only
partially revealed in the regular monthly reviews of the
Federal Reserve authorities.
However, following the ex¬
traordinary market in London on Aug. 14 Secretary of the
Treasury Morgenthau announced that "We bought more
silver to-day than the total annual domestic production in
1934, which is estimated at 25,500,000 ounces."
Despite this extraordinary support, silver dropped per¬
sistently from what appeared on July 9 to be a fixed peg
of 30 ll/16d. to 29 3/16d. on Aug. 14, i.e., 65.51c. based on
sterling at $4.98%.
Aside from occasions of extraordinary
support to silver, competent authorities in London asserted
that the daily purchases for American Treasury account
were approximately 2,000,000 ounces.
Even so, long interests
in the market, especially Far Eastern interests, continuously
unloaded their holdings until toward the end of the month
the spot rate went fractionally under 29d. and threatened
to decline still further in coming weeks.
It would seem that Bombay at least is resolved to dump
its entire silver stock at almost any price.
Around the
middle of August it was reported that the Bombay stocks
were in excess of 35,000,000 ounces, whereas a year earlier
they were considered large at 10,000,000 ounces.
These
great accumulations had been acquired when as the result
of United States silver policies the price of silver soared
from 60c. an ounce to 81c. an ounce on April 27.
At that

/!:0,
'

y'

time

and

for

to

thereafter

weeks

some

there

was

a

general

officials would force the silver price

belief that American
about

$1.08, resulting in the creation of a large long
which crashed definitely in August.
Meanwhile,
as the Treasury is compelled to purchase silver
these operations must tend to give firmness to sterling in

interest,
so long

terms of the United States dollar.

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terms

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or

Exchequer Chamberlain asserted before the House of Com¬
mons in
July, that sterling fluctuated in terms of gold
within a limit of less than 1%.
Seasonal factors, especially, tourist requirements, con¬
tinued to favor sterling, easing off somewhat toward the
end of the month, as the customary autumn drain on London
on

commercial account drew

tions

yyrX

French franc

the

gold, sterling was ex¬
ceptionally steady throughout the month, due to the opera¬
tions of the British exchange control, although there was
less occasion for such activity than in earlier months.
As
the month closed it was still true, as Chancellor of the

had

near.

The Italian

war

prepara¬

firming influence on sterling throughout the
great extent Italian purchases wherever made
appear to have required payment in sterling bills.
The generally disturbed monetary and political conditions
in many parts of the world continued to force money into
London for safety.
Even American interests shifted funds
to Great Britain due to fears aroused by the new Revenue
Act.
The continued arrival of gold in the London market

month

•"■

of

as

a

to

a

played an important part in giving firmness to sterling,
although toward the end of the month the premium on
gold with reference to the European gold exchanges dis¬
appeared, with the result that some of the European central
banks were enabled to take gold which for months had gone

private hoarders.
On several
market gold price declined frac¬
tionally under the Bank of France purchasing price.
The
open market gold price dropped under 140s. per fine ounce

exclusively

of

for account

occasions the London open

to levels around 139s.
As the month
of

funds

European
this

9%d., the lowest since December 1934.

progressed there was

from

London

centers

movement

to

had

and

the
not

from

American
attained

counteract the numerous

a

noticeable movement

Amsterdam

security

sufficient

and

other

markets,

but

proportions to

factors imparting strength

to

the

pound.
British domestic and foreign trade continued upward
throughout the month with noticeable activity in the British
security markets.
Unemployment figures for July, pub¬
lished early in August, disclosed that the number of unem¬

ployed
1V;

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''

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was

years.
London

under 2,000,000, the lowest reported

for

five

market rates were steady throughout the
hardly any perceptible change from day to
day, so that two-months' bills averaged 9/16%, three-months'
bills 9/16 to %%, four-months' bills %%, and six-months'
bills 1/16%.
Open market silver was quoted throughout the
month between 29 pence and 30 3/16 pence.
A total of
£8,810.000 of gold was offered in the open market which
compared with £9.289,000 in July.
The London cold price
ranged between a high of 140s. lid. on Aug. 3 and a low of
month,

open

with

139s. 9%d. on

London

was

Aug. 27 and dn Aug. 31.

reached




on

The high for gold in
March 6 at 149s. 4d.
Sterling cable

UNITED

BY

STATES

RESERVE

(FEDERAL

LondonPrice

LondonPrice
United

into Dollars

States

Converted

States

Converted

United

was

since November 1934.

GOLD

BANK) COMPARED WITH LONDON PRICES

Treasury would not again increase its silver purchase price.

Spot

17

MONTHLY REVIEW

Sept., 1935]

into Dollars

Aug.

1

$35.00

$34.90

Aug.

17—

$35.00

Aug.

2

35.00

34.91

Aug.

18

Sunday

Aug.

a

35.00

34.91

4

Sunday

Sunday

Aug. 19
Aug. 20

Aug.

——

Aug.
Aug.

5

35.00

Holiday

6

35.00

34.93

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

7..

35.00

34.83

8

35.00

34.87

9

35.00

34.87

35.00

34.88

Sunday

Sunday

35.00

34.90

Aug. 13-.---.
Aug. 14—
Aug. 15—

35.00

34.89

—

35.00

34.90

—

35.00

34.92

Aug.

—

35.00

34.89

Aug. 10
Aug. 11
Aug. 12

—

—

16—

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug. 31

-

35.00

—

35.00

34.91

35.00

34.88

35.00

34.84

35.00

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

34.82

35.00

34.83

—

35.00

34.79

— —

35.00

34.78

o.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

Cold Price
140s.

140s. lOd.
140s.

9Hd.
lid.

Sunday
Holiday
140s.

—

9^d.

140s.

5d.

——

140s.

6d.

—

140s.

5^d.

—

140s.

5d.

—

In

Sunday

—

140s.

5d.

140s.

3^d.

140s.

Id.

140s.

Id.

140s.

commenting

M.

London

Mean

'London

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Aug. 20
Aug. 21
Aug. 22.—
Aug. 23
Aug. 24—
Aug. 25
Aug. 26
Aug. 27
Aug. 28
Aug. 29—
Aug. 30
Aug. 31

Market

Cold Price

Paris

Sunday

4d.

140s.

Sunday
2^d.

74.996

1408;

75.244

140s.

"Id.

75.088

139s.

ll^d.

75.113

140s.

75.086

140s.

75.125

139s. ll)*d.

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75.09

Sunday
139s. 10Hd.
139s.
9^d.
139s. ll^d.

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the foreign exchange situation during

August the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said in its
"Monthly Review" for Sept. 1:
"The rates for the principal European currencies showed
considerable stability during August.
The French, Dutch
and Swiss exchanges moved within a narrow range, remain¬
ing continuously above their lower gold points. The guilder,
which ruled weakest among the gold bloc exchanges, showed
a moderate reaction in the first 10 days of August following
its sharp recovery at the end of July.
All of the European
gold currencies were rather firm around the middle of the
month.

Owing to large arrivals of gold in London from

India and to the cessation of purchases for account of

private

hoarders, the premium on gold in the London bullion market
relative to the quotations

for the European gold exchanges

nearly disappeared during August, and for the first time
in several months moderate purchases of gold were reported
to have been made in London for

shipment to France.

"The

pound sterling continued to show an upward tendency
during the past month, rising from $4.95% on July 31 to a

high of $4.98% during the course of trading on Aug. 14.
the

second

half

of

the

month

the rate

was

quite

In

stable,

fluctuating between $4.97 and $4.98%.
In previous months
advances in sterling have usually occurred during periods
of financial and monetary disturbance in one or more of
the gold bloc countries, but in August the firmness of the
pound appeared to be related to developments in the London
silver market rather than to events
in the gold bloc
countries."
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Changes in the gold holdings of the Bank of England were
as follows:
In the week ended Aug. 7 a decrease of £17,416;
in the week ended Aug. 14 an increase of £25,982; in the
week ended Aug. 21 an increase of £539,194, and in the
week ended Aug. 28 an increase of £174,250.
The bank's
gold holdings on Aug. 28 stood at £194,083,561, which com¬
pares with £192,335,853 a year earlier and with the minimum
of £150,000,000 recommended by the Cunliffe Committee.
Details of the gold movement to and from New York
during August are outlined as follows in the "Monthly Re¬
view" of the New York Federal Reserve Bank for Sept Is
"During the first week of August a total of $28,800,000 of
gold was received from Holland, as a result of the weaken¬

ing of Dutch exchange in the latter part of July.
In
addition, $5,000,000 of gold was received during August from
Canada, $4,600,000 from India, and $870,000 from China.
"Supplementing these imports, $1,800,000 of gold was
released from earmark for foreign

account at this bank in

August, and there were further deposits of newly-mined do¬
mestic gold and scrap gold, fairly substantial in amount,
the

at

mints

and

assay

offices.

Consequently

a

total

of

approximately $55,000,000 was added during August to the
monetary gold stock of this country."
Canadian exchange during August ranged between a dis¬
count of %% and a discount of 1/32%.
On Aug. 1 Montreal
funds were at a discount of %@3/32%, and on Aug. 31 at
a discount of 9/16@%%.
CONTINENTAL AND OTHER FOREIGN EXCHANGE

French francs were
on

steady throughout August, easing off

the last day of the month in terms of the dollar.

Fol¬

lowing the decrees of Premier Laval on July 17 directed
toward the elimination of the budget deficit and establish¬
ment

of

a

sound

economy,

the franc

situation

improved

r:r

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greatly and much more confidence was evident in the Paris
market
On Aug. 8 the Bank of France lowered its dis¬

3%% to 3%.
18, when it

The 3%% rate had been in
reduced from 4%.
The
rate on loans on gold bars was decreased from 7% to 6%.
This was the first reduction on gold loans since the financial
crisis in May caused the rate to be raised from 3%%.
On
Aug, 8 also the bank lowered its rate for Lombard loans
from 5% to 4% and the 30-day loan rate was reduced from

count rate from

effect since July

was

3%% to 3%.
On Aug. 13 M. Jean Tannery, Governor of the Bank of
France, made a special plea to hoarders of French funds
to show renewed confidence in the franc,

pointing out that
their reticence was all that kept millions of francs of hoarded
funds in France from coming into the market at a time when
their presence would ensure the country's complete recovery.
He said that no other country possesses such enormous
It

reserves.

estimated

was

shown that the total hoarded money

was

approximately 40,000,000,000 francs, 25,000,000,000 francs in notes of high denomination, chiefly 500 and
1,000 francs, and 15,000,000,000 francs in gold ingots and
coin.
Thus, fully half the circulation of the Bank of France
remains hidden away, performing no function in the national
at

In August the

Reichsbank authorities permitted the pub¬
lication of figures which showed Germany's short-term debt
to be around 9,500,000,000 marks, which, together with 10,265,000,000 marks of funded debt, would bring the German
Government's floating debt to around 20,000,000,000 marks,
or 7,000,000,000 marks above the last official return.
Close
students of the Continental credit situation were convinced,
however, that hidden and unacknowledged items would
bring the Reich's indebtedness close to 30,000,000,000 marks,
while some competent authorities even estimated a higher
figure.

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Iteichsbank's

The

the

for

statement

first

quarter

of

August showed an increase in gold and bullion of 10,640,000
reicksmarks; for the second quarter a decrease of 9,974,000 reichsmarks;
for the third quarter a decrease of
93,000 reichsmarks, and for the last quarter an increase of
24,000 reichsmarks.
The bank's gold
and bullion
on
Aug. 31 stood at 94,799,000 reichsmarks, which compared
with 74,907,000 reichsmarks a year earlier and with 800,223,000 reichsmarks at the end of 1932.
The bank's ratio
on Aug. 31 stood at 2.48%, which compared with 2.05% a

M. Tannery's appeal, but the
response fell far short of being generous, though it was
sufficient to soften money rates fractionally in Paris:
At
the time of his appeal to the hoarders Governor Tannery
made the unexpected declaration that the Bank of France
stood ready to discount national defense bonds and treasury

earlier and with 25.8% on Dec. 31 1932.
On Aug. 1
was quoted at 40.32@40.34, and on Aug. 31
at 40.21@40.23.
Belgian exchange was consistently steady in August, and
the beiga was generally at a slight premium in terms of
other currencies.
On Aug. 15 it was disclosed that the
National Bank of Belgium's gold reserve totaled 3,521,221,653
belgas and the Belgian balances abroad totaled 1,407,792,000
belgas.
The bank's statement for the week ended Aug. 27

bills

showed

economy. ./

V

.

,

There was some response to

with

the

liberality as it would accord

same

to com¬

mercial

paper.
In describing this "essential principle
the Governor made the first formal pledge that

us"

bank's

central

Government's
statement it

francs

of

francs

As

would

resources

be

employed

cheap money campaign.

was

aid

to

for
the
the

At the time of his

understood that the bank held 1,500,000,000

treasurys

of

out

13,000,000,000

approximately

outstanding.

J

result

of the developments since the decrees of
cheap short-term money was assured the Paris
market, but cheap long-term money, a more difficult prob¬
lem, depended upon the inflow into the rentes market of

July

a

17,

hoarded money.

The Bank of France statement for the week ended Aug. 2
showed an increase in gold holdings of 353,064,280 francs;
for the week ended Aug. 9, a decrease of 47,604,108 francs;
for the week ended Aug. 16, an increase of 78,551,211 francs;
for the week ended

Aug. 23, a decrease of 52,596,162 francs.
Gold holdings of the bank on Aug. 23 stood at 71,608,646,858
francs, which compared with 81,750,495,986 francs a year
earlier and with 28,935,000,000 francs when the unit was
stabilized

in

June

1928.

The

Bank

of

France

ratio

on

Aug. 23 stood at 75.67%, which compared with 80.05% a
year earlier and with legal requirement of 35%.
The high
for the franc during the month was 6.64%, on Aug. 14 and 15,
and the low was 6.60%, on Aug. 31.
Italian lire fluctuated rather widely in August, although
the Italian exchange control continued to maintain a

theo¬

retical

parity in terms of the dollar of 8.22c., against the
theoretical gold parity of 8.91c. On Aug. 12 the Bank of
Italy .increased its rediscount rate from 3%% to 4%%.

The lower rate had been in effect since March 25 1935, .when
the rate was reduced from 4%.
The rise in the Italian
discount rate followed closely the suspension on July 22 of
the requirement of 40% gold backing on currency issues.

That action was interpreted in the foreign exchange market

sign of serious strain in Italian financing due to large
expenditures for war preparations.

year

the free mark

dispatches at the end of the month industrial activity was
maintained at satisfactory levels, but on the whole the boom
which followed devaluation of the belga came to an end
about the middle of July and unemployment figures remained
unchanged for seven successive weeks, up to Aug. 22.
In
August belga cable transfers ranged between 16.83 and
16.93%.
Belga cable transfers were 16.90@16.91 on Aug. 1.
Cable transfers on Antwerp closed on Aug. 31 at 16.83@10.84.
On Aug. 15 the Central Bank of Bulgaria lowered its rate
of discount from 7% to 6%.
The 7% rate had been in
effect since Jan. 3 1934, when it was reduced from 8%.
The Hungarian National Bank reduced its discount rate
on Aug. 28 to 4% from 4%%, which had
been the rate in
force

Press

across

dispatches
that

the

much

from

Nice,

Italian

border and

France,

currency

during the month
being smuggled

was

being exchanged in Nice at the
rate of 115 francs per 100 lire, a rate equivalent to 7.62c.
On
Aug. 26 the quotation for lire in New York dropped to 8.17,
and foreign exchange traders interpreted the pressure to
indicate that the lira was approaching the low for the year
of 7.97, reached on July 23.
It was disclosed toward the
end of the month that London banks were charging 2%
for discounting first-class Italian
paper.
The London mar¬
was

ket was

complaining that there were too many Italian credits
the market and plans were being made to reduce them.
After a meeting of the Italian Cabinet, held at Bolzano, it
in

was

decreed:

"Foreign credits must be surrendered to the
Foreign bonds« and
Italian
bonds
placed
l>e converted into treasury bonds.
Foreign

Government.
abroad

must

credits, bonds and stocks must be converted."
Cable trans¬
fers on Rome ranged during August between a low of 8.17
and a high of 8.25.
Cable transfers on Rome on

Aug. 1
were 8.20%@8.21, and closed on
Aug. 31 at 8.17@8.18.
The German mark situation grew
increasingly unsatisfac¬
tory during August.
While the so-called free or gold mark
ruled close to gold parity and was firm against all cur¬
rencies owing to the scarcity value
placed upon it by Reiclisbank control, the various kinds of blocked marks which
per¬
form the greater part of Germany's trade transactions were

at

discounts

varying

from 25% to 75%.
Prices for the
in use showed a strong
tendency to
increase and reliable accounts indicate that the
quality and
common

commodities

quantity of many essential products had declined.
mar

of

Schacht.

the

Reichsbank

Reich,

showed

on

President
several

and

Dr.

economic

occasions

that

Iljal-

director

he

was

seriously concerned by the trend of economic developments.




since

sented

exchange.
firm

the countries neutral

on

trends

mixed

currencies

17 1932.

Oct.

Exchange

during

during the war pre¬
The Scandinavian

August.

Were

generally firm in sympathy with sterling
The Swiss franc was exceptionally steady and

Holland guilder
early part
half.
The Dutch financial situation gave promise of improve¬
ment following the reinstallation on July 29 of M. Colijn
as Premier.
Action on his plan to effect a saving in the
budget of 77,000,000 guilders was deferred until September.
The July
Cabinet crisis in a single week cost Holland
approximately 131,000,000 guilders, about one-fifth of the
throughout

the

month,

while

the

fluctuated widely, showing much firmness in the
of the month and a lower tendency in the second

gold stock of The Netherlands Bank.
confidence
and

was

restored

upon

of

Netherlands

Bank

the

The

A large measure of

M. Colijn's return to
reduced

its

power

discount

rate

on July 26 to
5% from 6%.
As further pressure de¬
veloped against the guilder toward the end of the month
foreign exchange circles were expecting an increase in the

Dutch

bank rate.

The Danish bank rate was raised on

as a

revealed

gold ratio to notes of 85.21% and a ratio of gold
liabilities of 66.46%.
According to Brussels

a

total sight

to

to

Aug. 21 from 2%%

With the exception of Belgium, which has a 2%
rate, Denmark shared with Sweden the distinction of having

3%%.

the lowest bank rate in

Europe. The increase in the Danish
brought it to a level with Norway, which has been
3%% since May 23 1933. The change in the Danish rate
Aug. 21 was the first since Nov. 29 1933, when it was

rate

at
on

reduced from

3%.

Swiss francs

were

firmer throughout the month than

of the gold bloc currencies.
ment of

of

war

new

any

There was a considerable move¬

funds into Switzerland, caused

largely by fears

between Italy and Ethiopia.

Spanish pesetas were exceptionally steady, moving in sym¬
pathy with the French franc.
On Aug. 28 the Bank of
Spain announced that it had at its disposal a large printing
of 5 and 10 peseta notes

drawal of silver

pointed put, would not
approval of Parliament.
ranged

a

precaution against the with¬
The notes, it was

be

Guilder cable transfers

guilder

as

coins from circulation.

during

placed

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Aug. 1

were

month

from

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in

circulation

without

67.68@67.75.
67.66@67.98,

The
and

was 67.68@67.72
on Aug. 31.
Swiss cable transfers were
32.73@32.74 on Aug. 1 and closed at 32.60@32.62 on Aug. 31.
Cable transfers on Sweden were 25.57@25.59 on Aug. 1 and

closed at

25.60@25.63

on

Aug. 31.

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Exchange on the South American countries fluctuated
within narrow limits during August.
The statement of the
new Central
Bank of Argentina, which was published on
Aug. 15, showed a ratio of gold reserves to notes in circula¬
tion of 143.82%

The reserve ratio of gold to note and sight

liabilities combined stood at 82.52%.

The total gold held by
1.224,417,645 paper pesos, while the gold and
currency held abroad totaled 118,922,681 paper pesos.
The
Central Bank of Argentina began operations on May 1. tak¬

the bank

ing

over

was

the assets and liabilities of the Conversion Office,

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London price for silver on Aug. 31 was 29 pence,
against 30 3/16 pence c>n Aug. 1.
Shanghai dollars were
37y8 on Aug. 31 against 37.56@38.00 on Aug. 1.
The Hong

Committee, and the National Public Credit.
transferring the assets to the new central bank the gold
stocks of the country were revalued at the current peso rate
of exchange.
Brazilian milreis, while steady so far as the official rate
was concerned, showed a weak undertone during the entire
month.
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Paris

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Holland

Belgium

Francs

Francs

Italy

Guilders

Belga

Lira

Greece
Drachma

Autf.
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25.68a25.70

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f

New York Stock

I

•

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD
J-

1

'fy:

RANGE OF BOND PRICES DURING AUGUST 1935.
Stock Sales

1935

1934

$286,903,000
2,197,530,000

$317,108,000
2,640,021,700

Bond Sales

August-

-

-

Jan, 1 to Aug. 31--

August
Jan. 1 to

1934

<

16,690,972
251,081,370

42,925,480
197,201,582

•V'

unless they are the only transactions of the month, and when selling outside of the

NOTIOB.—Cash tad deferred delivery sales are disregarded In the month** range*

No aooount Is taken of such sales In eomputtng the range for the

regular monthly range are shown in a footnote in the month In wblob they occur.

The tables

1935

SharesAug. 31—.

year.

21 to 43 furnish a complete record of the transactions on the New Tork Stock Exchange during
since Jan. 1. They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The table
embrace every security dealt in on the Exchange.
We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official list.
The black-faced letters in the column headed "Interest Period" in licate in each case the month when the bonds mature.
In accordance with the rule adopted by the New York Stock Exchange in 1909, all quotations for interest-paying bond,
are at a price to which accrued interest must be added.
The exceptions to the rule are income bonds and bonds on which
interest is in default.
A. few other bonds, like the Holland-America Line 6s, for special reasons, are also quoted "flat,"
on

page9

August 1935 and the

range

but where this is the

case

Sales in

will be found against the name of the issue. This method of quoting bonds
Quotations after decimal point represent one or more 32ds of a point.
PRICES IN AUGUST

Lowfrom
July 1 1933

BONDS

August
Value

fY

the quotation "flat"

became effective Jan. 21909.

Aug.

H. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

V

'

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

I

Y

Aug.Zl 1935
Ask Bid

Bid

1,135.000

Fourth Liberty LoanFourth 4*<s
...Oct

15 1933-1938 a O

33.000

Registered.......——.........
1,192,000 Treasury 414s
Oct 15 1947-1952
1,000
Registered...................—
1,625,000 Treasury 4**-3}*%„Oct 15 1943-1945
5,000
Registered.....................

3,105,000 Treasury 4s——Dee 15 1944-1954
7,000
Registered.......................
906.000 Treasury 3H*......Jhr IS 1944-1956

863~,000

"

■

••

-

100.20

O

A
A

10440

O
O

J

Sale

D

97.26

io<L23 Side"

10518

Sale"

m
M

101.18

112

105.1

110.16 110.22 110.6

Sale

110.17

99~26

110.18

98.5"

107*20

165712 Sale"

109.2

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

27 101.15

Aug.

1

100.20

29 101.12
28 117
29 115.4

Aug. 1
Aug.
1
Aug. 29
Aug.
1

100.28

Aug. 12
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

27 106.24
Aug. 27 106.13

Aug. 27 112.2
Aug. 30 111.28
Aug. 27 110.22

—.

10613

98.12

104.2

163730 side"

10219

9842

168721 Side"

106130 Sale"

mmmm

108.24

Jan.

5 112.8

108.24

Jan.

7 112

107

Jan.

Aug. 28

107128 Aug." "5

101.6

Side"'

...
—

______

5,583,000

•

Jan.

Mar. 12 107.15

2 107.29

Aug. 30 104.4
Aug. 9 103.29

Aug.

100.20

Jan.

102.19

Feb.

100.20

Jan.
7 104.10
Mar. 13 103.29
Jan.
2 108.23
Feb.
8 108.18

102.26

98.8

108.25 Sale

oT.26

105

106*2*4 Aug"

29

108.23

Aug.

1

104.15

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

107.6

106.26

Aug. 29 108.27

Aug.

104.14

Jan.

108.28

July 19

107.7

Apr.

108.18

June 27

103113 Sale"

102.26

Aug. 27 105.2
Aug. 13 104.10

Aug.
Aug,

101.20

Jan.

2 105.11

104.10

*

Sale"

103.17

Jan. 22 105.1

102.17

Aug. 28 105.1

Aug.

101.15

Jan.

103.17
104.18
107.6

Jan. 22 103.17

Jan.

Aug.

7 108.28
Mar. 18 107.21

July 19
June 3

July 19
July
5
July
8
May 14

107

•

1

101.5

105

;

Sale

103.4

Sale

97*27

108124 Side"

107122 Sale"" 107712 Aug.27 108727

106.14 Sale

104.30 Sale

99".S'

101721 side"

7 105.9

102.24

Jan.

16 100.11

'

mmmm

98

103.30 104.2

102

94.27

102Il7 Sale"

100.23 Sale

102.3

Aug. 27 106.17

Aug.

99.8

Aug. 27 101.21

Aug.

99.8

Aug. 27 101.5

Aug.

99.9

2

101.15

Aug. 27 104

Aug.

5

100

Aug. 26 102.17

Aug.

1

Aug. 27 101.28
Aug. 27 101.12

101.14

104.5

Jan.

99

22

102.20 Sale

101.16 Sale

loi"" Side"
99.16

99.22

100.14
99

Aug. 27 102.24
Aug. 27 101.18

Feb.

Jan.

102.20

Jan.

102.5

July 28
June 17

99.30

Aug. 26 102.12

99

Aug. 27 102.24
Aug. 27 101.20

100.14

Aug.
Aug.

Y>'Y

July 18

102.14

99.16

99.20

Hiss

100.14

1
13

July 20

2 106.19

Jan.

104.24

99.9

99.26 Sale

May

July

Jan.

103.19

Jah 15 1942*1947 I
J
—Mar 1 1942*1947 M 8

18
10
22
24
22
June 25

104

Aug.

July
July
July
Apr.
July

104.10

Aug.

Aug. 27 103.30

102.14

Home Owners Mtge

2,358,000

103.28

101.24

99.24

-

2»s

2 110.25
Mar. 23 110

100.6

102.14 Sale

Registered

3s

102.28

103.14

8

3s..-May 1519444949 M n
Registered.——————

877,000

103.24

1

»

Sale

D

299,000 Fed Farm Mtge Corp 3J*e—.....1964 M S

890*000

13

114

5

8

rnmmrn

2,005,000

12

Jan.

July 19
July 16
July 28
July 18

105.31

Sale"" 105*3*0

9L20

n

5,563,000 Treasury 3**s—Dec 15 1949-1952 J D
Registered. ....................
1,245.000 Treasury 3)**-———Aug 11941 f a
Registered. .................... f a

Jan.

2 117.7
Jan. 21 117.2
2 106.28
Jan.
Jan. 19 106.23
Jan.

6

F—

D

j

Aug. 27 104.16
Aug. 29 104.5

113.0

109.5

S
8

j

4,424.000 Treasury 3**s—Apr 15 1944*1946
Registered.
21,308,000 Treasury 2**s——.Mar 15 1955*1960 M
89,000
Registered.

115.4

105

D
M

100.26
100.28

115717 side"

Sale

D

3,618.000 Treasury 3s........Sept 15 1951-1955 MS
Registered.................
11,000
4.461,000 Treasury 3s—.....June 15 1946-1948 JO
Registered... ..................
1.380.000 Treasury 394
—June 15 1949-43 j"d
'd
Registered
923,000 Treasury IHs
Mar 151941-1943
Registered............
—
Treasury 3**e—June 15 1946-1949
10,000
Registered——

117

115.4

Registered....................... M
Treasury 35**——June 151943-1947 J D
I D
Registered.

4.618.005

101.1

101:13 Sale
101.12 Sale

a O
A

Ask

1

July 19
July 19

Corp—

3s Series A..—.......—.—.1952 M N
Registered.....................
25*» Series B
Aug 11939-1949 F A

100.18 Sale

ioill

"99"l8 Sale"

Sale"

"98730 Aug,*27

Aug.

1

Aug,

101.3

2

Registered.. ...................

Panama 3s».»...................1961

102.16

July

101.26

June

iio""

Jan.
Feb.

96.20

Jan.

98.25

102.10 Sale

92"2§

99.18
100.16

94.26

8 100.31
Feb. 18 110

110

mmm,mmm.:

18
4

July 18
July 16
Feb. 18

7 101.6

Feb.

STATE AND CITY SECURITIES
(See Note below)
FOREIGN GOVT. * MUNICIPAL'S

Agricultural Mtge Bank (Colombia)—
+s f 6s Feb 1935 coupon on——1947 F A
*S f 6s Apr 15 1935 coupon on..1948 A O
Akershus (Dept) eztl fs...—....1963 mn
«AntioQula (Dept of) Col 7s A.-1945 J J
♦External a f 7s aer B
1945 J J
♦External s f 7s ear C
1945 J J
♦External a f 7s ser D
...1945 J J
«7s 1st series.................1957 AO
*7s 2d series..................1957 a O
e7s 3d series...
———.1957 AO
Antwerp (City) extl loan 5s
1958
Argentine Govt pnblle works 6S.1969 AO
Argentine Nation (Govt of)—
404,000
Sinking fund 6s of June 1925-1959 J D
205,000
Extl s 1 g 6s of Oct 1925
1959 a O
191,000
Sinking fund gold 6s ser A——1957 M 8
188,000
External lat a f 6s ser B
1958 J D
176,000
Extl a f 6s of May 1926
-196S mn
322,000
External a f 6s (State Ry)......1969 M 8
101,000
Extl s f 6a (Sanitary Works)—.1961 p a
131,000
Public Works est a f g 6a—lfay 1961 mn
258,000
Public Works est s f 5 tfs——1962 F A
6,000
4,000
123,000
39,000
21,000
7.000
11,000
24,000
5,000
16,000
78,000
135,000

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97** Sale

99** 100
94** 97

97** Sale
975* Sale
97** Sale

94** Sale

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Sale
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97** Sale

97*f

95

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95** Sale

95**
95

95**
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94**

955*

95

95*

94**

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92

Sal,©

215* Aug.
215* Aug.
94
Aug.
75* Aug.
75* Aug.
75* Aug.
7*2 Aug,
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75* Aug.
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94** Aug. 26
94** Aug. 27
Aug. 28
Aug. 26
Aug. 27
Aug. 27
Aug. 27
Aug. 26
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Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
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97*2 Aug.
97 J* Aug.
95
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97*2

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Mar. 22
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July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July

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long Intervals, dealings In such securities being almost entirely at private sale over the counter.
Bid and Asked quotations, however, by active
ta these securities will be found on a subsequent page under the general head of "United State* & Municipal Bonds."
For footnotes see page 33.




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Mar, 30 126

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115* Jan,

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88,000
87,000
30,000

I 5s...., ——1957 M

Slnklnft fund ftold 5s

.........1958

20-year s f 6s---.............. 1959
Budapest (City'of);—

♦6s June 1 1935 coupon on...-1962
88,000
B 2—.1955
61,000 Buenos Aires (City)
External s f ft 4s eerie* C-2 Apr 1949
10,000
Bxternal s f 4s series C-3—Oct I960
21,000
14,000 ♦Buenbfl AirsvlProvlref.ext'ls 16a 1941
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♦Stamped..;.i—
625,000
♦Bxternal s f 6%i
.---------1961
♦Stamped..———--*..**—
138,000
Bulgaria (Kinftdom of)—
♦S f 7s July coupon off--—-.1967
20,000
♦S f 7%s May. coupon off91,000
1968
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Aug. 31

1

Ask
Ask Bid
103% Salei
103 % Sale
103% Sale
103 % Sale
Sale
-97
98
Sale
Sale
91
96
Sale
30% Sale
30
Sale
Sale106
.Sale;, 105
101% Sale
103 % Sale
110% Sale 111% Sale
107% Sale ] 106- 107/
100; <101 ! •Li* 4 99%
98™. Sale.. 97%, ,:,99_

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Bid

of
659,000
M S
External loon
of W27.„—.l'S7
407,000
External ft
of 1928
I'M M N
572,000
J
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189,000
F A
45,000 ♦Bavaria (Proa State) extl6%a-. -1945
135,000 Belgium 25 yearcxternal
External* f 4s
151,000
JJ55
Bitornal s f 7s
————-1W* J D
92,000
Stabilisation loan 7s--—-. J- + 19W MN
120,000
A O
6,000 Barftan (Norway) ost s f 5s_Oct 151949
External s 15s— ------——..We® M S
32,000
A O
v 56,000 ♦Berlin (Germany) a f 4M««sw^W50
J D
♦Bxternal slnklnft fund 4s. ....1958
120,000
A O
11,000 ♦Boftota (City) axt ft 8a.———1945
1947 MN
106,000 ♦Bolivia (Republic of) a f 8s
♦Bxternal sec ftold 7s-_1958 J J
69,000
M S
♦fixtl sink fund 7s.......*—.1949
71,000.
D
♦Brazil (U S of) externaI Bs-—~-194I
_295,U00f ♦Ext a f
A O
ft 4 %« of 1924———1957
349,000
♦Bxtl s f *%a of 1927—..— ..1957 A~0
251,000
♦Cent Ry 39-year ft 7a........ 1952 J D
158,000
M S
22,000 ♦Bremen external ft 7a———r-1935

21,000 ♦Caldas Dept of (Colombia) 7%a;l946
356,000 Canada (Don*) Gold 4a...—-...I960
39-year ftold 5a..... 1......—.1952
502,000
4%a.—————————.1934
93,000
-.1954
1,000 ♦Carlsbad (City) a f 8s.
21,000 ♦Cauca Vail (Rep of Col)a f ft 7%eW46
103,000 ♦Cent Aftrlc Bank (Ger) 7a——.1959
"
♦Farm Loan s f 6a ............1949
82,000
♦Farm loan a f 6a
----..I960
176,000
♦Farm loan 6a serles A——.1938
78,000
96,000 ♦Chile Republic est a fft 7a——. 1942
♦External slnklnft fund ft 4s ..I960
385,000
♦Bxternal a f ftold 4s...—Feb 1961
241,000
♦Ry ref extl a f ft 6a.......Jan 1941
454,000
♦Bxtl a f 6a Int ctfs—.—Sept 1961
.195,000
♦Bxtl slnklnft fund 4s——....1942
68,000
♦External slnklnft fund 6s—..1943
256,000
♦ChlleMtfteBankofftua f 6 Ha .1957
67,000
♦Guar a f ftold 6*8—....1961
49,000
♦Guaranteed s f ftold 4a——.1961
45,000
♦Guaranteed slnklnft fund 6a. 1962
71,000
69,000 ♦Chilean Munlc Loan 7s -...—I960
12,000 ♦Chinese Hukuanft Ry 5a..—1951
11,000 Chrtstlanla (City) (Oslo)39-yr 6e-1954
15,000 ♦Cologne (Germany) a f 6 Ha —.1959
,

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24
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7
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6%
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M S

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58

Aug. 19
14% Aug.
5
7% Aug.

100%

8

25

Sale

38

14%
,

Aug.
5
Apr. 25
May
2
Mar. 20

AO

April 1 1935 coupon onOct 1961
J
♦6s Jan 1 1935 coupon on. Jan 1961

12%

Sale

13

13% ,12
14% 12%
13% 12
Sale
12%
14% 11%

166% "99%
26%

150,000
93,000
1947
16,000 ♦Colombia Mtfte Bank 6*8
♦Slnklnft fund 7a of 1926—...1946
12,000
♦Slnklnft fund 7s of 1927——1947
—1952
I7i",666 Gopenhaften externa) 5a
Gold 4%a
1953
145,000
13,000 ♦Cordoba (City) external a f 7a—1957

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F

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359,000

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22
22%
23%
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20%
20%
20%
86%
83%

84%

50
41

43

54%

58

50

71%

71%

13

12%
12%
12%
12%

27%

24

Sale

1949

98%

100

external loan—.........1949

93%

—...

99%
94% Sale

33

Sale

33

11% Sale
106%
106% 108

101

103% Sale
98% Sale
90% Sale

100% Sale
97% Sale
86
87%

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MN

of) extl 8s.—1951 A O
.——1952 A O

-

62

65%

Sale

9% Sale
102

Sale
Sale

Sale

69%

9
4

98
93

Apr. 1
82
Apr. 8
66% Mar. 28
51% Mar. 25
67
Apr. 9

♦35-year 5H« of 1939
.....1945
448,000 ♦German Republic extl 7s ——1949
German Prov Ac Communal Bks—
♦(Cons Aftrlc Loan) 6H* aer A.1958
! 144,000
Graz (Municipality of)—
♦8s Unmatured coupons on... 1954
2,000
341,000 Grt Brit Ac Ire., 20-year 5H>—-1937
f4% fund ft op 1949
—.1999
227,000

1,488,000

64%
69%

66%

MN
F

A

MN
8,000 ♦Greek Govt secured 7s—.—1964
♦7s part paid—————
1964
♦S f secured 6s—.............1968 PA

;! 541666

Haiti (Rep of) 6a series A..—

1952

♦Hamburft (State) 6s...........1946
♦Heldelberft (City) extl a f 7Ha..l959
Helslnftfora (City) ext 6H*
1969
Hungarian Cons Municipal Loan—"
♦7%a unmatured coupons on—1945
10,000
♦7s unmatured coupons on.—.1946
12,000

MN
4,000 ♦Hungarian Land M.gs 7 Ha A..1961
♦S f 7H« aeries B—
....1961 MN

6.000

Hungafy (Kingdom of)—
♦7%a February coupon on——1944
2,000
5,000 Irish Free State external 5s— .1969
1,326.000 Italy (Kingdom) external s f 7s. 1951
.

For footnotes, see page 33.

.

65% May 20

Mar.16
Jan. 25

Aug. 28
Aug. 13

Aug. 13
Aug.
9
Aug. 15
Aug. 14
Aug. 14
41
AUg. 13
14%-Aug;21
14% Aug. 21

Mar. 29

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July 29
July 27
July 27
May 22
Mar^ 27
Apr. 4
Apr.
4
Apr.
4

14% Aug. 21
14% Aug. 21

Apr.

14% AUt. 21

Jan.
Jan.

15
17

Apr.

12% Aug. 22

14

Feb.
1
Feb.
2
Feb.
1
Jan. 30
Feb.
1
Feb.
1

4

Mar. 22

3

Jan.

July

11

6

Jan.

9

Jan.

39

4

Aug.

11% Aug. 12
Aug. 12
27 100% Aug.
3
14 28% Aug. 20
5

6

26

Feb. 23
Feb.
2
Feb.
1
Feb.
1
Feb.
2

5

Apr.

16

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Mar. 80
Mar. 30
Apr.
2

14% Aug. 21
13% Aug.
5
13
Aug. 21
12% Aug. 22

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May 8
May 25
Jan.
2
Jan; 26
Jan.
8
Jan. 14

JaUii; 18

7
1

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10%
40
32%
32%

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.

1

5

L02% Feb.

7

Feb.

5

July 30

1

21

5
Aug. 12
Aug. 13

18

Aug. 31
21% Aug.' 9

36

36% Jan.

2

Jan.

2

Aug. 31
21% Aug. 9
8
20% Aug.
20% Aug. 22

24% Aug.
24% Aug.

85""

28

90% Au.g

28
26

87% Aug. 8
51
Aug.
5
44% Aug.
5
60
Aug. 28
53
Aug. 29
78
Aug.
2

Mar. 18
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
3
46% Apr
Mar. 25
70

37% Aug.

30% May 29 37% Aug. J

Aug.
82% Aug;
49
Aug.
42
Aug.
60
Aug.
53
Aug.
70% Aug.

13
28
29

15

Aug. 29

22% Aug.

16

21
21

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100
Aug. 19 100

.

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Aug.

93% Aug. "8
32% Aug. 30

18% Apr, 3
18
Mar. 28
Aug. 28
May 17

2

9
5

Aug, 7
Aug. 19

94% Aug." 16
36% Aug. 9

9% Aug. 28
100

11% Aug.

95% Aug. 27
85% Aug. 28
58% Aug. 26
64% Aug. 7
61
1
Aug.
1
60% Aug.
25% Aug. 27

1
99% Aug. 19
91% Aug.
62

Aug.
69% Aug.
67
Aug.
66
Aug.
30% Aug.

9

24% Jan. 12
24% Feb. 6
25% Jan. 31
94% Jan. 12
91% Mar. 1
53% July 16
47% May 10
60
July 10
53

Aug. 29

17% June 25

80% July

32% July

9

12

May 18
July 517
Feb. 16 100
Mar. 20 94%
July »25
Jan.
8 95
May 17
23% Jan.
8 42

94% Feb. 20 100
90
84
77

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Apr.

3

99% Aug. 27 103% Aug.

37

—

2

14% Jan .

ar. 30 107% July
Mar. 29 108
July

Aug. 30 107% Aug. 13
Aug. 31 *105 Aug. 22

101

Mar. 19

3
29
29

Jan. 14
98% May 17 105
Feb.
8
93
May 17 101
82% May 17 96% Jan. 14
70

May 14
71% Jan. 24

Jan.
June
June
June

1

19

67
Aug. 30
66
Aug. 30
43% Feb. 23

Mar.

65% Mar. 30

35

Aug. "6 36% Aug."27
1
94% Aug. 15
Aug.
9 105% Aug. 24
06% 107% 104% 105% 104% Aug.
102
L03
Sale 102% Sale
Aug. 24 103% Aug/ 6
Aug.
1
27
Sale
24% Sale
24% Aug, 28 27
Aug. 21
L71
175% 174% 178% 172% Aug. 3 176
176
Sale
L72
179
171% Aug. 23 176% Aug. 29

July

62

94

Jan.

96
L08

65
65
20

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94

37%

Sale

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67
28
61
40

94

95

48

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92% July 17
7 7% June 17
65
May 20
78
June 24

Apr,
2
Aug. 28

,1

16
15
18

July
July

Aug.

Sale

60% Sale
33%

22% Sale

A O
J

Mar. 22

14% Aug. 21

20

21
18
21

39% Jan.

Feb,

30
30

German Gov't International—
I

97% Jan.
97% Jan.

-

27
28

15

2
2

Mar. 21 102% Jan.

„

15

2
2

41% Feb. 15

85% Mar. 30
97

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61

♦Certificates of deposit...........
J
Estonia (Republic) 7a......... .1947 J
Finland (Rep of) external 6s..—1945 M S
M 8
Bxternal




32% Aug. 27
87% Apr.
1

(Dept Colombia)

♦Externals f 6Hs————1959
Czechoslovak (Rep

42,000
29,000
slnklnft fund 6 Ha
1956
72,000
MN
42,000 ♦Frankfort (City of) a f 6Hs—1953
French Republic 29-yr extl 7Hs—1941 J D
34,000
Bxternal a f 7s of 1924...
1949 J D
50,000

166,000
56,000
26,000
22,000

Mar. 12

23^A«g^20 -39% Janj.
'^AufT:.7 31% Jan .
17% Aug. 6 31% Jan;
18% Aug. 9 31% Jan.

82

96

94% Sale

39-year a f 5%a__.———-.1953
♦Public Works 5%a
June 39 1945

JUne 28
8% June 29

.18

30
31
28

21

36

32

37

22%

J
J
331,000 Denmark 29-yr external ftold 4s .1942
External ftAHa—..._........ 1955
457,000
Bxternal ft 4%a.————1962
482,000
Deutsche Bank Am part ctfs 6s.1932
M S
♦Stamped extd to Sept 11935......
25,000
M S
21,000 Dominican Republics f5H*—-1942
A O
1st aer 5Ha of 1926—
...1949
55,000
A O
2d series slnklnft fund f Hs..—1949
39,000
♦Dresden (City) extl s f 7s ..—..1945 MN
8,000
J
♦R1 Salvador (Rep) 1st s f 8s A—1948 J

36",000

86% Sale
48%
42% 46
60
50
76% 78%

21

100%

Cundinamarca

49,000
61,000
40,000

Sale

22% Sale

98

5s ext debt Ser A of 1914
4 H*

143",000

90

MN

♦Stamped..—
69,000
♦Bxternal a f 7a———.Nov 151937 MN
4,000
♦Stamped.—.....—.—.—.
1,000
j""j
14,000 Cordoba (Prov) Arften 7s..—.—.1942
Costa Rica (Republic)—
MN
♦7s Nov 11932 coupon on—....1951
4,000
♦7a May 11936 coupon on—..—1951
105,000
5,000 Cuba (Rep of) 5a of 1994 .......1944

.

24% Sale
24% 25
20%
22
20%
22%
20% 23%

8

32% Apr.

Aug. 28 101% Aug.
Aug. 13

2

9% June 28

84

-

Colombia (Republic of)—
♦6s

JanL

18

1

Aug.

Aug. 27 11% Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 26 108
Aug. 29 114% Aug .

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sale
Aug.
Sale
14% zl2% Aug.
14
12% Aug.
13
12% Aug.
Aug.
13% 12
11% Aug.
Sale
33% Aug.
101% 99% Aug.
28% 27% Aug.

13
Sale
13
Sale
12%
13

Sale

28

Aug. 13

Feb. 17
38% Feb.
9

38

;May.l8

25

„

9% Aug. 31
9% Sale
36% Aug, 5
37% 39%
29% 29% z26% Aug. 3
29%, Sale
26% Aug. 6
37% Aug. 30
37% Sale
12% Aug. 27
13Sale
12% Aug. 28
13
Sale

Sale

Jan. 31 100

93

y285^Aa8;20

96

35

Sale

54

9%
102%
111%
101%
43%

8

97
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Aug.- 2
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.

9%

104% Sale
111% Sale
101% Sale

D

M S
M

91
z71

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36% Aug. 15

12%
37%

13% Sale
13% Sale
13%

MS
M

Sale

*

9

Sale
Sale

:

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1
92% Aug.
5
73
Aug. 15
61% Aug.
1

Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.

48

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F

2
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Aug.

100

13% Aug. 17
13% June, 10

14

J

101

52

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Aug.
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15%

A

91

37

1

61Aug.i

17

Sale

Aug.

13% Aug. 17
13% Aug. 14

15

11%
107%
113%
101%

29

93 % Mar. 20 109 -Jtily 12
93% Mar, 20 107% Feb. 26
May 15
113% Aug. 10 101% Mar , 20 119

56% Aug. 30

15

MN

Sale Prices

56% Sale

J

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Sale Prices

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98
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92% Mar. 6 99% Aug.12
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Mar. 29
98% Jniy 22

105% Aug; 21

78

69

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J

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95% Aug.

35% Sale

Sale

91% Sale
92%

FA

Highest

6
Sale

72

J

Aug. if
Aug. 13
Aug., 20
Aug. 12

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Sale

M S
F

Sale Prices

106%'Ang. 12
106% Aug. la

SJf

D

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1

Sale Prices

102% Aug. 27
102% Aug. 27
95% Aug. 27
90
Augv 28
29Aug.
1
105
Aug. 28
100% Aug. 28
110% Aug.
2
105% Aug. ?■28
99% Aug. -24
98
Aug.
1
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Aug. 24
Aug. 30
6% Aug.
5% Aug. 30
6% Aug.
5% Aug. 28
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18
Aug.
20% Aug.
18% Sale
Sale
20% Aug.
17% Aug.
-^OH^Saie
Sale
18% Aug.
9 20% Aug.
20% Sale
Sale
32% Aug. 27 38% Aug.
35
39
41
Aug. 12
95% 92% Aug. 24 97
96% 96% 93
Aug. 12
93
94% 92% Aug. 27 97
96% Sale
100
101
Aug. 27 102% Aug. 12
100
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BONDS

-

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23%

49.

107%

95%
22

Sale

39% Sale

95%
112

24% Sale
32% Sale
40% Sale

98
Sale

117% Sale
a36% Sale

111
114

95
" Sale

36%
-----

"16%

Sale

36%
28%

29%

Sale"

26%

91

Sale
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20

102

30

i 34

39% Aug.

Aug. 31
z36% Aug.
1

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18
22

30
30

30

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115

35
33%

1 35
40%
120

69% Sale

103

25

.

30% 35
30% 32
29% Sale

29% Aug. 23

29% Sale

29% Aug. 29

38
115

42% Aug. 20

2

48% Feb. 14

95% Aug. 15

86
109

Jan.

2

108% Mar. 20

38%
Sale

58% Sale

Aug. 13

117% Aug.
36% Aug.
29%

90
Aug.
91%
24%
22% Aug,
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23

30

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1

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Aug.

37% Feb. 11
47% Feb. 11

8
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119
Jan.
2
1 108% Mar. 6
33% May 11 39% Jan. 11

5

5

Aug. 23

30% Aug. 30
30% Aug. 30
30
Aug.
8
30
Aug. 16

38% Aug. 20 39% Aug. 19
Aug. 15
Aug. 31 116
1
50% Aug. 27 69% Aug.

115

May

5
7

16
Feb. 28

Feb.

May

34

95% Aug. 15

LOO
L90

38

2

114

104% M8r.
35% Feb.

Jan."

June

May

22

Apr. 10

5
2

25% Aug. 19

1

Jan.

Mar. 14

21% Aug.
30% Aug:

5

109% Aug. 30 113% Aug.

91% Sale
22% 24%

25
103

21% Aug.
30% Aug.

Jan.

37
25

July 12
Aug. 14

82

7
8

16

June 22

Feb.
22% Aug.

101% Jan .
29% Mar.
30
Aug.
29% Mar.
29% Aug.

37

33

July 12
Feb. 20

91% June 24
36% Feb.
5
31

Jan.

25

3 104% Aug. 23
20
15

20
29

Jan. 12
37% Jan. 24
35
Apr. 23
35
Apr. 23
38

34% Apr. 11 49% Jan. 22
July
8
108% Feb. 8 116
50% Aug. 27 94% Jan. 17

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Sept., 1935]

STOCK

EXCHANGE-BONDS

23

Low from

Sales in

BONDS

August
N. T.

Valxie
$

July 1

-

1933

PRICES TN AUGUST

,

RANGE

Au(7,311935

Aug.

1

Aug. 31;

Ask Bid

PORBIGN GOV'T (Concluded)

35,000 Italian Cred Consortium 7a aer A 1937
External sec • f 7a aerlea B
•76,000
1947
227,000 Italian Public Utility a f ft 7a
1953
341,000 Japaneae Got extl a f6H«
1954
Bxtl •lnklnft fund 5%*
,107,000
1965
Juftoslavla (State Htge Bank)—
.♦7s Unmatured coupons on
30.000
1957
:
4,000 ♦Leipzig (City) external a f g 7a. 1947
Lower Austria (Province of):—
1 10,000
•724 s Unmatured coupons on .1950

Ask

Sale

68

Sale

48%

51

42H A\ig, 27
97

85% Sale

68

Aug. 23
'Aug.-29

Aug]

85

40
J

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100

30

63

Aug.*; 1
5524 Aug.
5

29 100
Aug.16
8724 Aug. 15

Aug; 28
v

,

Sale

35% Aug. -30
31
Aug, 28

30%

103

SAug;

100

.854
924
4% Sale
754
8%
7% Sale

♦Mexico (U S) external Sa of 1899£

"¥,666

♦Aaaentlng 5a of 1899.........:
♦Aaaentlng 5a large....
♦Aaaentlng 5a amall

5,000

<">

1

6 10,0

7% Aug, 28
4% Aug!
8

Highest

Sale Prices "

68

j

Sale Prices

Aug. 23 99
Aug. >29 89
4224 Aug, 27 85
90
Jan. 28 100
7724 Jan. 30 8924
51

,

6

25

Jan.

Aug. 20

31

Aug. 28

Aug.-

97

40% Aug.
36

•

49,000 ♦Medellln (Colombia) 6 H«
22,000 ♦Mexican Irrlg Aaaentlng a f 414a

Lowest

Sale Pfices •
8724 Aug;' 5

Sale Prices

90
54%
98

Sale

Sale

^-Highest

Lowest

51%

Sale

.

,

SINCE JAN.

to

STOCK EXCHANGE

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9 ;

• Jan.

10

43

7

Feb.

15

Feb.

28

1024 Jan.

624 Mar. 26
424 July 27

824 Aug. 17
824 Aug. 17

4

16

Feb.
7
May 27
July
8

44% Feb. 25

17 106

";Aug.' 2
524 Aug; 17

Feb.

Jan.

7
9

824 Jan.

"

7 H Aug: 15

8% Aug..17

.....

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11

July.22

-

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7

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Aaaentlng 4a of 1904
♦Aaaentlng 4a of 1910 large...
♦
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454

♦

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83,000

♦♦
.

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4% Aug.. 5
4% Aug, 26

354'Aug.!

8

New South Wales ext a f g 5a
l
External a f g 5a.
1
Norway 30-year ext e f 6a.Aug 151
30-year external a f 6a. Aug 16 1
30-year external a f 6a.... Oct 1
40-year ext a f tHa... June 15 1

External

a

f 5a

58 24

Sale

49

Sale

Oriental Development 6a
External deb 5H>—
Oalo (City) 30 year a f 6a

.J

Pernambuco (State of)—
1
48,000 i *7s September coupon off...
1
85,000 ♦Peru (Rep) Sec a f g 7a.
♦National loan ext a f 6a......1
942,000

J

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M

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♦National loan ext a f 6a...*..]
501,000
...1
75,000 Poland (Rep of) g 6a....
Stabllls loan 7a of '37. Oct 15 1
70,000

247,000

External

a

f 8a

l

13 24

Sale
1724
1754
15% Sale
15% Sale
82%
8324

19
14

Sale

1924
15H
105 H
Sale

23 24
110

39

Aug. 28

13

53,000
♦6s June coupon off..........1968
43,000
♦7s May coupon off
1966
62,000
♦7s June coupon off
.....1967 J
11,000
Rome (City) external a f 6 Ha
1953
695,000
6,ooo Rotterdam (City) ext a f 6a .....1964
Roumania (Kingdom of, Monopolies)

D

24

♦7s August coupon off........1959 F

A

83
80

34 54

102 %
48

Sale

Sale

16%
.....

17%

19
U%
Sale
Sale

28

32

40

Sale

28%
30
28%
29%
74% Sale
50

Sale

161

♦7s February coupon off......1946
9,000
81,000 Sydney (City) a f g 5Ha
1955

1971
Tokyo City loan of 1913 5s
1952
External a f 5Ha guar........1961
♦Tollma (Dept of) externa) 7s
1947
Trondhjem (City) 1st ext g 5Ha.. 1957
......

Upper Austria (Province of)—
♦7s Unmatured coupons on...1945
♦6Hs Unmatured coupons on .1957
♦Uruguay (Rep) external a f 8a..1946
2¥,66O
♦Ext a f 6a.....
...........1966
87,000
♦Exter a f 6a .................1964
47,000

3,000

9924
98

Sale

83
72%
82 %

Sale

Sale

Sale
10
12%
99% Sale
106

^3824

40%
39% Sale

84

11% Aug.
16% Aug.
14
Aug.
14
14%
14%
Aug.
78%
80% 78% Aug.
106% Sale 106
Aug.
89
89% 76% Aug.
12
19%
12
12%
99% 100
26 % Sale
2354 25H

1424
1524
1224 Sale

2624

8

1924 Jan.
1924 Feb.

3
8

42

9

Jan.

3624 Feb. 20
Feb.

19

107

Feb.

10424 Mar.

19
1

Jan. 17
10254 Feb. 20
102 % Aug. 15
Feb.
9

103

Jan.

Jan.
June
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

85
82

8524 Feb.

10224

Mar.

15
13

7

22

10224 Feb. 19
10724 Feb. 19

May
Mar,

19
19

| Aug.

19

13
6

1324
2024
5
1524
6
1524
30 8224
28 114
27 9524

7

1224 Aug. 14

Aug.
5
Aug. 22
Aug.
1
Aug.
1
Aug.
9
Aug.
3
Aug. 14

Aug
7
14% Aug. 21
19
2624 Aug. 31
2624 Aug. 30
19

99 % Aug. 30 10524 Aug.

22% Aug.
22% Aug.

8
8

27

1424 Aug. 10
1224 Aug. 29

1524 Aug.
1324 Aug.

14

Aug. 7 1624
1224 Aug. 10 1324
12% Aug. 16 1424
13
14
Aug.
6
4024 Aug. 28 6224
11224 Aug.
7 11324
2624 Aug. 30

6
1

Aug. 13
Aug.
8
Aug. 27
Aug. 12
Aug.
5
Aug.
6

IK*
90

June

12

6
8524 June
10324 Aug. 26

15

1

1624 Aug. 22
1124 Aug. 9

162

12

1624
1424

2324

2424

2324 Aug.

2424 Aug. 15
18
Aug.
6
16
Aug.
2
1524 Aug.
5
79
Aug.
2
65
Aug.
8
6224 Aug. 12

15
1424

Sale

zl5

1
22
24
7
7
26
31

Aug.
1324 Aug.
13
Aug.
7224 Aug.
6324 Aug.
5524 Aug.

3224
2924
40%
3524

29% Aug.
1
2924 Aug.
2
39
Aug.
2
3624 Aug. 26

2624
2524

34
3124
4324

28

70

2524
7124

4724

51

9024

9524
9824 Sale

8124
8424
7124
7224
8024 Sale
824
1124
97 :
99

70%

84

82

91

Sale

39
\88
60
69
Sale

14

3324
3024
4124
3624

Aug. 22
Aug. 15

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2524 Aug. 29

30
29
26
26

2924 Aug.
Aug 30 2824 Aug.
Aug. 30 75
Aug.
47% Aug. 15 50% Aug.
al6024 Aug. 8 al6024 Aug.
25

70

2
3
1
1
8

024 Aug. 30 9424 Aug. 16
724 Aug.
1 100
Aug. 10
8124 Aug. 30

8324 Aug. 16

7024 Aug. 29
8024 Aug 30

7224 Aug.
1
8324 Aug.
6
Aug. 24 1024 Aug. 12
Aug. 20 100
Aug.
1
.

10

98

10924 11024 110
10224 10524
3824
3924 38
37

1124 Aug. 13
12

Jan.

16

7% Apr.
724 Apr.

1

1

1524
2024
1724
172

83
Mar. 30
99% May 13 126
7924 Mar. 30 962
71

16 % May 81
12% Aug. 14

Apr.
July
July
July
July

3
13
13
13
25

Feb.

28

July 20

22

Jan.

29

22

Feb.

25

99

Mar. 22 10554 Aug. 19
Jan. 25
22% Aug.
8 37

22% Aug.

8

3654 Feb. 15

10624 Mar. 9 11024 Apr. 25
Feb. 25
10324 Mar. 26 109
3224 Aug. 23 4324 Feb. 16

14% Aug. 10
1224 Aug. 29

i§8

14
Aug. 7
1224 Aug. 10 22
1224 Aug. 16 21
13
Aug.
6 2124
40% Aug. 28 8724
112
Apr. 16 13924

Jan.
Feb.

23|4 Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

Aug. 23 11024 Aug.

8
Aug.
37
Aug. 30
3724 Aug. 29
51
Aug. 28

9024 Aug.

3624 Jan.
78

;

Jan.

1524 Mar. 27
11 % Aug.
9

1954 Mar.
1924 Jan.

2324 Aug.

30

1
15
Aug. 22
1354 Aug. 24
13
Aug.
7
7224 Aug. 7
Jan.

4

4924 Jan.

3

52

2924 July 31
28
July 29
39
Aug.
2
3624 Aug. 26
2524 Aug. 29
2224 Jan.
3
6524 Mar. 30

18

26

7

28
4

4

7

Jan.

23% Jan.
21
21

Jan.
Feb.

9124 Jan.
65
Aug.
6224 Aug. 12

4224 Feb. 19
40

55

Feb.
Feb.

15
8

52% Feb. 18
36

36
75

Feb.
Feb.

9
9

July
9
43
June 11
6124 Feb. 18
158 ' July 30 17524 Jan. 14
May 20 99
July 23
9524 June
5 10224 Jan. 24
86

74%
6624
7454
854

Jan.
2
Mar. 21
Jan. 17
Apr.
1

91

Jan.

8754 June 10
May 21

76
86

15 11021
14 10351
Mar. 19 4751
Mar. 28 4121
Mar. 28 42

2
3924 Aug.
1
3924 Aug.
8
61'
Aug. 22

8424 Jan.

7324 Aug. 24
8624 Aug. 13

8024 Jan.

63

6

Aug.
8
July 22

Mar. 29

17

Jan.

8

July
July

18
18

83

Jan.

25

96

Aug. 28

5

June

1224 Jan. 18
Aug.
1

2 100

Feb.
Jan.

8

"40 24 Aug."

8524 Aug. 30
6724 Aug. 30
8324 Aug. 27

2624 Aug. 30
June 29

2
13

Feb. 20
Jan. 30
Jan.
7

50

3424 Aug.

48%

60

Sale

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Jan.

8% Jan.

Sale

1957

85

8

1324 Aug.
8
3124 June 20
29
July
6

3
Aug.
Aug. 22
10324 Aug. 26

Aug.
79 % Aug.
10024 Aug.

Aug. 28

14 24 June

Apr. 25

Sale

♦6s Unmatured coupons on...1952
23,000
177,000 Warsaw (City) external 7s.......1958
Yokohama (City) extl a f 6a
81,000
...1961




Aug. 16
Aug. 13
1
Aug.
Aug. 12
6
Aug.

Aug.
102
Aug.
10224 Aug.
2524 Aug.

zlOlHAug.

39

7
7

7% May 17

19

3724

-i.

104
101 % Aug.
101
Aug.

14% Sale

40

72% Sale

724 May 17
*6
July 22

„

12 %

39

Vienna (City of)—

3 24 July 24

104% 105 % Aug. 27 106
Aug.- 1 10224 Mar. 28 10724 Feb. 20
58% 54% Aug. 27 5824 Aug.
40
2
July
2
Apr.
3 59
51
49% Aug. 30 5424 Aug.
5
3624 Mar. 26 5424 Aug. 5

16124

Styria (Province of)—

.

Aug.
Aug.

1424
13% Sale
77
7824
5924
5524 Sale

2954 Sale

,

"5%Apr/ig
8
Jan.
8

46%

48%

23%

30,000 ♦Saxon Pub Worka(Germany)7a_1945
♦Gen ref guar aerial gold 6Ha.l951
21,000
1945
37,000 ♦Saxon State Mtge Inat 7a
♦SF g 6)4*
Decl946
1,000
Serbs Croats 8c Slovenes (Kingdom)—
♦8s Nov 1 1935 coupons on.. ..1962
59,000
♦7a Nov 1 1935 coupon on.
75,000
47,000 Silesia (Prov) extl sink fund 7a..l958
1947
14,000 ♦Silealan Landowners Assn 6a
...1936
2,000 Solsaons (City) ext 15 yr 6a

For footnotes, see page 33.

8424

1424
16
12%
13
14%
1424 13
Sale
13
13%
14
61% Sale
49% Sale
112
114
112^1 120

San Paulo (State of)—

19,000 Venetian Prov Mtg Bank 7a_.

! Aug.
99% Aug.

100

101
Aug.
%
X "26" 24% Aug.

16 % Sale
13
14

♦Saarbruecken (City) a f 6a
1953 y
J
Sao Paulo (City of)—
♦8s May coupon off...........1953 M N
2,000
♦624 s May coupon off.........1957 M N
19,000

Taiwan Elec Pow 5Ha

24

1

10224
10224
10624
10624
10224
10224

1324 Aug.
3754 Aug;34
Aug.

104

.

3
Aug.
2
Aug.
Aug. 26
Aug. 20

Sale

15% Sale

off......1953

Rio Grande do Sul (State of)—
♦8s April coupon off..........1946

70,000
9,000
74,000
7,000
76,000

a,

5924 Aug.

1524
14%
4024
3624

14 % Aug;

10824 10824 106 % Aug. 24 11024 Aug.
108 % Sale
107
10724 106 24 Aug. 23 10824 Aug.
32
37 % 32H
3524 32 % Aug. 23 33
Aug. 22

Rio de Janeiro (City of)—
♦8s April coupon off..........1946

♦8s July coupon off..........
34,000
♦8s July coupon off..........
66,000
♦7s September coupon off....
61,000
♦6s July coupon off..........
62,000
♦Sec s f g 7s....
228,000
11,000 ♦Santa Fe Prov (Arg Rep) extl 7a
♦Stamped..*................
42,000

Sale

r25

...

109,000

Sale

104

38,000 Queenaland (State of) ext a f 7a..1941
35-year extl a f 6a
Feb 16 1947
61,000
3,000 ♦Rhlne-Maln-Danube deb7a aer A1959

coupon

106

94 %

2,000
*7%a July coupon off
1
19,000
1
23,000 Prague (Greater City) 7%»
68,000 ♦Prusala (FreeState) ext af *H~1
♦S f gold 6a
1
92,000

♦624« August

40

102

52
5824
a52% Sale

113

Porto Alegre (City of)—
♦88 June coupon off..

51,000
118,000

39

Sale
8124 Sale
10124 10124 10024 101

1

tern!*

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14%
14%

35 H

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]

5 Ha
1
7,000 Panama (Rep) ex
♦Extl a f 5a aer A.......May 15 1
26,000
♦Stamped (assented)
68,000

14%

1008

ext a f 5a.....]

424 July 10
>324 July 24

.

\°o24

Mar 16 1

....

Municipal Bank

434 Aug. 20

9 >

10124 10124 100
101»
10154 Sale
100%
106 24 Sale
105% Sale
106 H Sale
104
104H
Sale
101 % Sale
102 H 101% Sale
Sale
10154 102

♦Nuremberg (City) external 6a.. 3

Aug. 31
424 Aug. 19
■

Minas Geraes (State of, Brazil)—

♦614s September coupon off...1958 m g
30,000
♦614 s September coupon off
1959 j£. s
33,000
35,000 ♦Montevideo (City) • * ft 7a
1953 j j>
♦Ext a f g 6a aerlea A
..1959 m n
114,000

191,000
132,000
53,000
83,000
284,000
187,000
214,000
20,000
17,000
46,000
61,000
38,000

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750,000 Milan City (Italy) ext loan 6Ma..l953

5%

Sale
6

1933 j"j

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524

5
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Feb. 21

7424 July 22
90

June

10

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to

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280,000
133,000
89,000
49,000

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♦1st 6Hs—
1454 A
15,000
115,000 Bethlehem Stool 1st A rof 5a g A.1942 M
20-year pur A imp s f 5#.—.1434 J
106,000
1944 J
4,000 Big Sandy Ry 1st mtge 4s...
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1950 M

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D
8

400,000 Boston A Maine 1st 5s ser AC...1967
171,000
let mortgage 5s amies II
1955
196,000
1st g4Ke series JJ—....
1941
71,000 Boston A N Y Air Line 1st gu 4S.1998
91,000 ♦t*Botany Cons Mills sec s f 6H>1934
73,000
♦Certificates of deposit
♦tsBowmaa.Bllt Hotels 1st 7a... 1934
Stpd as to payment of 5435 part red

M S
MN
A O
F A
A O
A O

52,000 Brooklyn City RR 1st 5a.......-1941
164,000 Brooklyn Ediaon lac gen 5a A...1949
91,000
Gen mtge 5s series B
..—1952
541.000 Bltlyn-M Tr R T Sec 4s ser A——1948
344,000
15-yr sects series A....
—1949
6,000 Bklyn Queens Co A Sub gtd 5S..1941

J J
J J
J J
J J
J D
MN

143,000 Brooklyn Union El 1st 5s
—.1954
23,000 Brooklyn Union Gas Co 1st g 5s.1945
9,000
let Hon A ref 4s sor A
.....1447
.Cona deb 5He
1436

F A
MN
MN

45,000
Debentures gold 5s ..........1959
35,000
let lien A ref 5s series B——1457
16,000 Brunsw A Western 1st gu g 4a...1938
31.000 Buffalo Gen Elec 4Hs ser B
1981
11,000 Buff Roch A Pitta gen 5a.. ......1937
333,000
Con#ol4Hs
—.1457
17,000 •!♦ Burl Ced Rap A Nor 1st 5s.. .1934
2,000
♦Certificates of deposit...........
42.000 "{♦Bush Terminal Co 1st 4s.—1952
161,000 Nconsol 5a
1955
142,000 Bush Term Bldgs 5a gu tax ox
1944
67,000 By-Product Coke 1st 5Hs ser A—1945

J D
MN




93

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103 % Aug.

104% Aug.

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27
Sale

78
Sale

99

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56%
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113%
106

109 %
104
65 H

102

100 %
96 H
119

126 H

109
105

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110%
113%
101

102
93

77
75

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23
25
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99% Aug.
100% 101
90% Sale

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725
90 J

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29

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44

im

108

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31

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26

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28%

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26

28

35

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104

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37%

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48

76 %

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71

33

10

9%

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30

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1
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24% Aug.

87

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5

5

98

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19

49

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12

70

1
21
12

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85%

1

10
22

111% Jan.

2

22

106% Jan.

9

14

111
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5

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30

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13
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15
12
15
12

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1

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5
30
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Aug.
1
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2 104
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30

32

108 % 110

78% Sale
79
81%
71
73%
33

Sale

11% Sale
10%
11

75% Aug. 10
77 : > Aug. 12
70% Aug.
1
31% Aug.
3
10% Aug. 29
9% Aug.
1

18

21
12
22

102%
6
100%
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101% Aug. 16 104
107% Apr. 24 110% Feb. 15
111% Jan.
2 113% June 12

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17
17
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30
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12

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5
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7
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9
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1
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1
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1
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Aug. 13
Aug.
1
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Aug. 22
Aug. 20
Aug. 13
Aug. 30

6 105
102% Aug.
Sale
100% Aug. 30 103
2
74
Sale
70
Aug.
Sale
Sale
104
103% Aug. 30 107%
2
82%
78
Aug.
Sale
80% Sale
Sale
98
98
Sale
Aug. 30 99%
94% Aug. 31 98%
Sale
95% Sale
84% Aug. 31 86%
87% 84% Sale
2
73%
70
71
Sale
68% Aug.
8
60%
54% Aug.
Sale
57% Sale
2
Sale
73%
Sale
70%
69% Aug.
114
113% Aug. 28 114 Sale
Aug. 27 106%
ioVT 105" 105
Sale
108
108% 108% Aug. 28 112%
115
Aug. 28 116 118
m* 115
3
63
65
65%
66 H
65% Aug.
9 103
Aug.
102% 101 % 101% 102
100%
98
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95%
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116% 116% 115% Aug. 28 119
Sale
121
122
Sale
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103 % 103 % 105
Sale
100 %
103
Sale
71
72
107 H

75

100%

2 97% Jan.
June
5 103
76% Aug.
Jan.
2 88% Feb.
Aug.
Mar. 20 112
Jan.
7 100% Aug.
July 11 112% Aug.
Aug. 24 105% Mar.

16
30
19
16

Aug.
82% Aug.
75
Aug.
39% Aug.
13
Aug.
12
Aug.

80

22
27
23
15
12
21

Jan.
2
Mar. 15

Apr. 12

109*
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May

1

June 12

Aug. 30

93% Aug.
Mar. 13 109% Aug.
19% Apr.
4 26% June
20% Apr.
1 25% Aug.
7% Mar. 12 18% Aug.
50% Feb.
1 63% June

63% Mar. 14

17
17

80

29
23
22
24

L02

Jan.

16
20

103

Jan.

25

5% May
2 104% May
Feb.
15
90% Aug. 28 94% Aug.
Jan.
103
Aug. 13
Feb.
106% Jan.
2
Mar.
L01
Jan.
2 106
Mar.
101% Jan.
2 106

87% Feb. 23

i!T

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Aug. 31
Aug. 21

2 104
1 106

100% Apr.
LOO
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10
17
25
5
5

21 103% Apr.
3
Feb. 25
1 110
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105

104% Apr.
100% Jan.
7
107% Jan. 12 112% July 30
Jan.

2 112% Feb. 27
3 113% Aug. 27

Aug.

6 106

108% Jan.
L10
)

June 27

Aug. 14 110% May
)% Aug. 16 103% Feb.
L% June
4 92% Jan.
)% May 25 82% Jan.
)
May
July 25 100
Jan.
r
July
9
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\
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5% Feb.
6 47
I
Aug. 29 108% Mar.
)
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5 100% Aug.

)

7
20
8
21

as

22
24
26

22
23

30

>% Feb. 28 105
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1 104%
1
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L
Mar. 30

Jan.

86%
1% Apr. 20 100
5
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1
5% Apr.
6 88

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8

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15

1% Mar. 27

28

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Jan.
7

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108

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: 90

90

106)
104)
70

Aug. 26 91 %
109
Aug.
109%
Aug.
107%
Aug.
105%
Aug.
70
Aug.

2
Aug. 19
Aug.
1
Aug.
5
Aug.
1
Aug. 10

76

76
70%
109% Sale
120% 121
125% 126%

108

107

120% 120
126% 124

1
Aug. 17 109% Aug.
Aug. 21
Aug. 14 121
Aug. 10 125% Aug. 21

Sale

31

Sale

20

104% Sale 104% Aug.
108% 110% 107% Aug.
102% Aug.
108% 110% 109% Aug.
105" 103% 104% 104
Aug.
62
Sale
Aug.
63% Sale
17
19
19
18% Aug.
23
19% Aug.
87% Aug.
88% 90** "93"
102 % 102%

Sale

Aug.

Sale

40
55

Sale

81%

Sale

63

83

39

5

27
21
2

27

10
10

Aug. 27

61% Aug. 30
79
Aug. 13

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

8

June 29

76

Jan.

i% Mar. 29 60
2% Mar. 29 76
)
Jan.
7 114

Jan.

9
8

Jan.

8

Jan.

8

2% Mar. 29

7 106

)% Jan.
5

I
1

1

3
5

7 112
Mar. 30 118
68
May 31
Apr.
2 103
Apr. 26 102
Jan. 10 98
Mar.

30

Mar.

4

Aug.
July
Aug.
July

12
18
20
12

July

2 120
2 126

1% Jan.
3% Jan.

107%
27%
24%
24%

July 26
Aug. 15
July 27

16

Jan. \ 3 112% Aug. 21
Feb.
9
May 20 44
Aug.
1 39% Feb.
5
8
Aug.
1 39% Feb.
Aug. 30

41% Feb. 16

105% Mar. 19 115% Jan. 12
103% Jan.
3 104% June 13
102% Jan. 12 110% Aug. 17
16

80

Mar. 15

45

59% Mar. 29
60% Mar. 29
59% Mar. 18

34% Jan.

'

Aug. 22

82% Aug.
75
Aug.
40% Jan.
13
Aug.
12
Aug.

27

4% May
17 92% July
May
1 110% Mar.
Mar.
Apr. 20 110
Jan.
2 107% May
June
7 105% July
71
Jan. 10
July
Mar. 12
77% June
Jan.
3 110% July
Jan.
2 121
July
Feb. 18 128
July

28
10

July
2
5% Mar. 27
6
June 20

26

May 28

M 8

.—.—1941 J

83.

30

107% Sale
99% 100

"~4~, 000 Beech Creek Baton 1st g 3Hs.. .1951 A O
153,000 Boll Telephone of Pa 1st 5s B....1948 J J
First A ref 5a aeries C ........1940 A O
131,000
Belaidere Del cons gtd g >Hs—-.1943 I
J
1944 M 8
) 89,000 Beneficial Indus Loan deb 4#
57,000 ♦Berlin City Electric deb 4%a—1951 J D
♦Deb sinking fund 4%s———1959 F A
...
37,000

60

90% Aug.
103
Aug.
103 % Sale
Sale 107 % Aug.
Sale
110
103% Aug.
104
Sale 102
Aug.
104 % Sale
Sale
103% Aug.
103
Sale
104
Aug.
105"
104
100
Aug.
100
102%
Aug.
Sale
107% 106!
109
Aug.
1031
103 % Sale
Aug.
110% 110
111% 113
109
109% 109% Aug.
110H Sale
113% Aug.
112H 121% 115% 117
100
Aug.
100 % Sale
Sale
101
Sale
100
Aug.
102
Sale
102
Sale
103
90% Aug.
102

23 %
41

—1987
1941

Tor footnotes, aee page

57

94 :i
94%
103 % Sale
103% 104
107% Sale
105 H Sale
93% Sale

Sale

.

1st 5a stamped...

17% Sale

93

92% Sale

4%S

♦Debenture

—

15%
61

73

J

J

Ref A gen 5s series

30,000

-

14
60

23

May 24

28

103

23 % Aug.

25

Feb.

June 20
Jan.
2

Apr. 15 641
46
Aug.
Aug. 14
99% Mar. 30 103% Aug.
Aug.
64% Mar. 13
Aug.
52% Mar. 29 70
13
Mar. 28 30 •: Aug.
Aug.
8
Mar. 29
July
84% Mar. 30 92
105% Jan. 29 109% July
92% June 17 95% Aug.
100
July
Apr.
5 102

100

24 H
24 %

26
May 13
July 31

46

87

% Sale

M N

1940
M 8
F...—.....1996
471,000
j
\ 15,000 Bangor A Aroostook RR lot g 5s 43
j
Con ref mtge gold 4s
1451
70,000
4s stamped................... 1951 ....
107,000
8,000 Bataatan Pete gtd deb i%a ———1942 J J
3,000 Battle Creek A Sturgls gu Is....1989 J D
1934 J J
42,000 Beech Creek 1st gu 4s..
Second guar gold 5a...——...1434 J
J
Cona g

Sale

102

24%

MN

74,000 t Baldwin Locom Works 1st a f 5s.1940 M N
July 1948 A O
423,000 Bait A Ohio 1st g 4s
Refund A gen 5s sor A— -----1995 J D
747,000
1st gold 5a
Jul! 1948 A O
367,000
Ref and gen 4s, series C
1995 J D
737,000
PLK A W VaSysref g4s
1941 MN
297,000
Southw Dla 1st 3Hs at 8% -—1450 J
J
281,000
Tol Qn Dla 1st A ref 4s ser A—1959 J
J
64,000
Refunding5sseriesD.. - _..2000 M 8
526,000
A

2,326,000

88

Sale

Sale

D

93% Aug.
Aug.
76% Aug.
81
Aug.
112
Aug.
100% Aug.
112% Aug.
102
Aug.
102% Aug.
110
Aug.
113% Aug.
113% Aug.
109
Aug.
113% Aug.
51
Aug.

Jan.

38

Aug. 26 93% Aug. 17
Aug.
1 109% Aug. 17
26
Aug. 21
25% Aug. 23
23% Aug.
18% Aug. 22
14
! Aug.
2
Aug.
60
Aug.

Sale

00 %
24

M

j

102

98

23%

coll tr Ss.1959

87,000 Atlentlc Refining deb 5a
15,000 Austin A NW 1st g 5s guar

Sale

A

—-—1948

Second 4s...

51,000 Atl Gulf A WI S3 Line

Sale

D

j

1946 MN
1995 q j

Bdge It Term 1st 5s. 1944
real estate 4 Ha 1439
Armour tk Co of Del 1st 5%s
1943
1st M 25-year 4s s f ser B
1955
Armstrong Cork cona deb 5s...-.1940
Atch Top ASF gen g 4s -------1995
Adjustment g 4s
July 1 1995
Stamped 4s
...July 1 1995
Cona g 4s of1909. ...........—1955
Cona g 4s of 1905....————1955
Cona g 4s of 1910..........
—1944
Cona dob gold 4H«
1945
Rocky Mt dla 1st 4s A
--1948
Trane-Cont Short Lino 1st 4s gl45S
Cal-Artz 1st A ref 4Hs sor A —1942
Atl Knox A No 1st g5s
--1944
Atl A Char Air Una 1st 4%S A-1944
1st 30-year 5s ser B. .—------1944
Atl Coast L 1st cons 4s
July 1452
General unified 4H* oerlea A—1944
181.000
LAN collat gold 4a
-Oct.. 1952
119,000
10-yr coll tr 5s
-—..May 1 1945
141,000
1948
251,000 Atlantic A Danallle 1st g 4s

.

Sale

O

'

8,000
306,000
182,000
2,375,000
34,000
495,000
24,000
222,000
3,000
49,000
22,000
282,000
54,000
33,000
65,000
<
9,000
46,000
60,000
535,000

Sale

1945 M

deb 4%s

489,000 Amar Smelting It Rof 5s set A...
1934
38,000 Amar Tal A Tal Cona 4s
1444
34-year coll trust 5a—-———
237,000
1940
15-year sink fund dab 5s......
259,000
1943
24-year sinking fund SH*——■
357,000
1939
Convertible debentures 4%#-.
107,000
1945
Debenture 5a
267,000
1940
247,000 I*Am Type Founders 6s ctfs
Amar Water Works Ac Elec
.1975
Debenture gold 4s series A...
312,000
1944
10 yr cona coll tr 5a...........
1,313,000
1947
77,000 {♦Amer Writ Paper 1st g 4a... -.
♦Ceitificates of Deposit—.....
44,000
348,000 ♦AngloChllean Nitrate
3,000 ♦tAnn Arbor 1st g 4s

87

Aug;
Aug*
69% Aug.
Sale
73
Aug.
Sale
110% Aug.
Sale
98 % Aug.
Sale
108 % Aug.
Sale
100 % Aug.
101 % Aug.
102
Sale
108% Aug.
Sale
111% Aug.
Sale
112% Aug.
108 % 108% Aug.
Sale
111% Aug.
Sale
39% Aug.

96
Sale

8

1947 A

Amer Roll Mill cona

7 99% Aug.
8
Aug.
Aug. 19 47
Aug. 14 46% Aug. 16
Aug. 21 103% Aug. 30
Aug. 28 79% Aug. 19
Aug. 16
Aug.
2 70
Aug. 17
Aug.
8 30
20% Aug. 17
Aug.' 1

%Aug." 13 108 % "Aug. "5
93% Aug. 12 95% Aug. 30
Aug. 13
100% Aug. 31 102

93 H

S
A

.1952 J

30

41

June 17

102% Aug. 30 105
99
85
Jan.
51
Aug. 30 100
107
Jan. 11 108
98% Aug.
7 103

107

94% Sale
100% Sale

F

2430 M

105,000 American lea a f dab 5s.........
1449 MN
414,000 American IO Chemical • %£—..
J
1444 I
440,000 Amar Internet Corp con* f He..

2,197.000

Aug.
Aug.

98 % Aug.

A

.1955 M

Amor 5c Foreign

65

Sale Prices

Sale Prices
26

108

108

j

23,000 ♦Alpine Montan Steel 7a...
.1940
30.000 Art Beet Sugar 6a ext to... —

1,955,000

99

98% 98% Aug. 23
x51
55
Aug. 30

99%
63%

6

A O

Sale Prices

28
Aug. 28 34% Aug.
102 H 102 % Aug. 30 102 % Aug.
Sale

Sale

»

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

A

Highest

1

Highest

Lowest

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL
COMPANIES.
_

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Lovo from

BONDS

Sales in

EXCHANGE—BONDS

Jan.

•

23
10
12
21

11
16

8
23
19
13

10
12
8

i06K Apr."17
Mar. 11

6
12
13
13
8
10
15
6

May
107

18*
51

7

Mar. 30
Feb. 27

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

8
18
5

Aug. 15
Jan. 28

July 24
88% July 12
70

Salts in

Y.STOCK

N.

Sept., 1935]

July 1

1933

Aug. 311935

Ask Bid

Bid

3,000 Cal Gaa A Kl Corp onlf 5e ref 5a„. 1987 UN
J
J
17,000 Calif Packing cost dab 5a......194#
Camaguay Sugar Co—
♦lat 7a ctfa of deposit
53,000
.....1942
A O
28,000 Canada Sou con gu 5a aer A.....1962
M S
111,000 Canadian Nat guar 4Ha_8apt 10 1954
Gold 4Ha
1957 J J
168,000
J
Guaranteed gold 5a......July 1969 J
115,000
Guaranteed g 6a..........Oct 1969 A O
72,000
Guaranteed g 5a............—1970 F A
29,000
57,000
167,000
208,000
111,000
95,000
543,000
141,000
114,000
123,000
439,000
10,000
39,000
126,000
1,000

T*

.......

a

..1951

Sale

Sale

103

Sale

11094
11494
11694
11694
11494
11294
11194
10494
12394
8894
10394
11294
10794

Sale

J

1954
196#

(♦Carolina Central 1st gu g 4a.. 1949
Caro Clinch Sc Ohio 1st 5a... ..—1985

7294

Sale
Sale
Sale

11194
7594

35

2194
1294

,

Sale

1594

5a...—1946
A AtlDlv pur m 5a. 1947

-

Sale

Aug.
Aug.

10794

Jan.

18
17

Jan.

29

il
11

Sale

•094 Sale
>194 102

Sale

>7

68

>3

10294

oT
lilH

8

5

30
28
30
31
31

29
28

28
3
22
27

10894

7

112

9

114

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

7
8

11494
11194

Jan.
Jan.

3
3

12

109

Jan.

3

15

109

Jan.

3

10394

Jan.

119

Feb.

3
25

Aug.

2

5

17
2
2
2
5
2

6

Aug. 19 2994 Aug. 14
9 109
Aug. 12
Aug.

125
Sale

102

10394
10594 Sale
10794 Sale

1194
1594
H94
1594
16

J

J

107

J

Aug. "7
1094 Aug. 28
994 Aug. 16

20"

2294 Aug. 15
1294 Aug. 14
1
1194 Aug.

J

gold 4a.............1989
Valley lat i 5a .1941

J
U

J

1944
194*

%

Sale
69

1
9794 Aug.
Aug.
8
57
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 29 10294 Aug.
1
91
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
100
Aug. 27 102
10194 Aug. 21 10294 Aug.
8594 Aug. 12 9094 Aug.
65
Aug. 23 6594 Aug.
9 12194 Aug.
121
Aug.
Aug.
8394 Aug. 24 86

9594
5294
10094
8894

14

15
21
31

19
2
1

10

30
124
1
Sale
10294
Aug. 20 10891 Aug. 13
Sale 105
1
10694 10694 Aug. 30 10791 Aug.

Sale
Sale

con

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Warm Springs

MN

M

8

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Chic Burl * Q 111 Div 394a
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.

...

2494
30

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Sale

8

Sale

F

A

Sale

A

Sale

B.........1977

lat A ref 0s aeries A.

1934
(♦Chic A E 111 Ry (new co) g 5a ..1951
•(Chic A E 111 lac cons g 6a

♦Certificates of deposit...

A O

80

MN

Sale
Sale

........

Chic A Erie lat gold 5a..........1983

5a
1937
(♦Chic Gt Western 1st 68-yr 4a...1959

J

117
Sale

MN

Chic Gaa L A C lat go g

J

Sale

M S

♦Stamped..................

12,000 (♦Chic Indlanap A Louts* rf g 6a 1947
9,000
♦Refunding gold 5s aer B......1947
•Refunding 4a aeries C—
1947
17,000
Mat A general 5a series A.
1966
3,000
Mat A gen 6a series B
May 1966
25,000 Chic Indiana A Sou 56-yr 4a ...1956

1969

3.000|Chlc L 8 A Bast 1st 494*

136,000 ♦Chic Mil A St P gen g 4a aer A..1989
♦Gen g 394a series B....May 11989
10,000
♦Gen 494* aeries C
96.000
...May 11989
♦Gen g 494a series E
May 11989
73,000
♦Gen 494a aeries F
...May 11989
32,000
1,155.000 (♦Chic MU St PA Pac mtgsls aerA1975
♦Conv adj 5s
JanI 3888
2,381,000
l*a?
51,000 t'Chtc A No West gen 396a.
♦General 4a
........1987
80,000
7,000
♦itpd non pnyt Fed Ine tas.1987
13,000
Mtpd gen 494s non-pay Inc taxl987
♦Gen 5a stpd non pay lac tas.1987
84.000
♦General 494s stamped
....1987

J

J

J

•(♦Chicago Rys 1st 5a stamped
1937
Aug 1 1933 25% part paid
38,000
1988
111,000 (♦Chic R1 A Pacific gen g 4a
♦Certificates of deposit.....
14,000
1934
•♦Refunding gold 4e—
...
235,000
♦Certificates of deposit.....
102,000
111,000 •♦Sec. gold 494* aeries A.......1952
♦Certificates of deposit.....
54,000
♦Convertible gold 496a———3968
304,000
1951
13,000 Chic S L A N O gold 5a
Gold 394a
-June 15 1951
1951
13',000
Memphla Dlv lat 4a
-—
116,000 Chic T H A S'eaat lat A ref 5a— 196*
Income guar

5a.......-Dec 1

194t

19

Sale
1394 Sale

A

O

Sale

Sale

Sale

19

Feb.

29
3

Jan.

8

Feb.

97k Mar.

23 10294 Aug.

6994 Apr. 17
4
52
Apr.

9094
6594
12194
8694
10494
10894

July
Aug.
Aug.
July

2 11394 June
2 12094 Mar.

53

40

MN

4691

41

MN

Sale

4494

41

MN

50
Sale

48

45

4894
5494

47

4994

MN

5494

MN
8

"IF

D

A

J

11

Sale

Z*x

79

3594

50

Sale

12

1294

Sale

1294 Sale

Sale

MS

1394
D

J

D

1

D

M

8

Jan.

38

1394 Sale
12

14

84

7494
Sale

5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

13
12

10694

J

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

Aug.

1

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
53k Aug.
5494 Aug.
1594 Aug.
594 Aug.

28
9
2
13
1
1

7

42
44

7394
3594
3494
1294
1294
1294
1294
594

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

5
6

28

67

28

23
20
14

3

Aug. 13

J

67

62

53

Aug. 16
1
Aug.

10794 10694
108
10694
10694
10694 10594
10794 10794
Sale
9694
Sale
10594

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sale
105
Aug.
6394 6294 Aug.
Sale
9594 Aug.

9694 Sale

1952 M N

35
Sale

iol94
103

103

J

110

Sale

3

J

11294
11394

Sale
Sale

J

J

3

J

71

78}

10194

—

10194

Mar.

Mar.

2194 Aug.
20
Aug.

5

Mar.

Aug. 17
3794 Aug. 13
Aug. 12
1494 Aug.
1
1394 Aug.
1
1494 Aug.
1
13
Aug.
2
794 Aug. 17
10594 Aug. 7

8494 Aug.
7
7494 Aug. 30
6294 Aug. 30

Mar.
Mar.

■8*
11%

»
S3

Mar. 30

Apr.

1

79

a*

Mar. 15

17

Mar. 14

16

Mar. 16

18
16
10

Mar. 25
Mar. 12

May

Aug. 17
28
25
Jan.
7
Feb.
1
Jan.
7
Jan.
7
Jan. 21

Jan.

Jan.

4 10594 July

2

89

June 29

14

88

June 27

June

Mar. 29

Mar. 30

9

May
Aug.

3

June

24

Aug.
Aug.

1

30
14
28 10694 Aug.
29 106
Aug.
28

2

Aug.
9994 Aug.
67

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.

Mar.
104 J
103 i

109
Aug. 30 110
10994 Sale
11094 11194 11194 Aug. 21 113
9 114
11294 11394 11294 Aug,
78
Aug 10 78
72
...

-

Mar.

Mar.

7594 July 17
6294 Aug. 30
10954
11094
10894
10694
10994
10094

Feb.

23

Mar. 25
Mar. 18

Aug.
5
Aug. 12
July
1
June 26
107
!0754 June 25
68
May 13
9994 Aug. 22
4194 Feb. 23
10794 July 11
10394 Aug. 27

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
May

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Mar. 16 103
Jan. 15 10394
Jan. 17 11194
Jan. 31 113
Jan. 15 11494
Mar. 28 78

102

MN
J

MN

10194 Aug.
10394 10494 10394 Aug.
104

Mar.

2

10294

10294

F

35
Sale

Mar.

Mar.

79

6

June 29
7

6194

Sale

Mar.

Aug. 17
Aug. 22

36

Aug. 29
Jan.
4

21

Mar.

"Aug.

13

2lw

Feb.

Mar.

Mar.

5

10

w>

Apr.

Jan.

Mar.

1

7

Aug. 28

Mar. 29

1
15
19

Aug.
1
Aug. 14

20

Jan.
4
Jan. 23
9294 Feb. 25
9
24 11194 Aug.
Jan.
8
28
Jan. 30
29
Jan.
9
28
Jan.
7
29
26 6494 Jan. 23
Jan.
7
28 26
Jan.
8
30
Jan.
3
29
Jan.
8
29
Jan.
7
23
53
Jan.
3
29
Jan.
9
29
May 11
29 47
Jan.
7
29 70
Jan.
8
29 31
Jan.
4
30 28
Jan.
4
30 28
7
4 2294 Jan.

June

Mar.

13

Feb.

Jan.

4

Mar. 15

4394 Aug. 30

Aug.

9894 Sale
10594 Sale
10594

3

m

Apr. 26

Mar.
1
May 14
May 11 11454 Mar. 4
86
Aug. 23
Mar. 30
13
Aug. 21
Mar. 21
June 19
11
2
Apr.

4794 Aug. 27
4994 Aug.
1

82

Sale

10994 May

7

8294
7394

107 94 Sale

4

2

12

79
71

Sale

J

D

7 10694 Mar.

May 20

D

J

9

Aug. 30
Aug. 24
Aug. 30

Aug.
Aug.

Sale
694 Sale
10594 103
10694 104

M N
J

36

5

Jan.

Aug.
Aug.

9294
.1194
4894
4294
5394

20

17

J8,x
Sale

AO

1
Aug.
Aug. 16

7

5594

18
2094
1694 Sale
18
Sale

1994 Sale
1094 Sale

F

Aug.

Apr.

4994

D

3

26

53

Sale
Sale

5 10294 Jan.

May
Apr.

11

Aug. "14
1894 Aug. 30
1694 Aug. 31

Sale

20

MN

Aug.
Aug.

8 10694 Aug.1 7
Jan. 22
8

50

D

8 108

16 11294 Apr. 30
June 24
8 108
Apr.
8 110
Aug. 19
Aug.
8
2
5094 Jan.
Apr.

2 117

Aug. 20
3
1394 Aug.
3
494 Aug.

41

5
4

Jan.

53

43

2
31

10
11
Aug. 26

Feb.

Apr. 30
July
8

46

2

10
30
Feb. 20
31
6394 Mar. 13
Mar.
9
10294 July 10
Aug. 13
102
Mar. 28
8
10194 Jan. 12 10894 July

114

June 28

7
90

28
12

Aug. 14

29 10894 Feb. 20
1
27
9894 Feb.
13 10394 June 29

694~Aug.~"I

43H

(♦Choc Okl A Gulf consol 5a
206",000 Cin Gaa A Bloc lat mtge g 4a A.. 1968 A O
J
.1937 J
15,000 Cln Ham A Day 3d g 4 94a




17
28

"594 Aug. "12

21

MN

series C—............... .1962 M S
1943 A O
Chllds Co deb 5a
...........

33.

Jan.
June

10

2294 Aug. 28
2294 Aug. 29

42

Sale

Q

8
5
8
18
June 19
Jan.

Jan.

11194. Aug.

47

A

5

For footnotes, sec page

694
7
92

F

J

10894

StLAC lat 4a...Aug 3 1936
4a
--IS4J
Cln Union Term 1st 494a — A—2828
1st mtge 5a aeries B..
3828
lat mtge g 5s aerlea C guar
1957
Clearfield Bit Coal lat 4a
...—1948
Clearfield A Mahon lat gtd g 0S..1943

694 Apr,
1794 June
19
June
15
Feb.
20
Feb.
7194 Jan.
50
Mar.
10094 Aug.
8794 July
9794 Mar.

Aug. 10
Aug. 15

21

3

Jan,

31

5094 Aug.

10794 10794
10694 10694

Gin Leb A N 1st con gu g

Mar. 29

20 11494 Aug.
1 10694 Aug.

Sale

J

J
4s....-.....-.*.. 1944 J
1963 J
J
series D
J
Chic A West Ind Consol 58-yr 4s. 1953 J
1963 M S
lat A ref 5 94* aerlea A

Cln Ind

7

Aug
Aug
Aug

J

D

J

1947 3

Jan.

13

May 29
Apr. 18

27

47

3

lat mtfte 4s

....

Mar. 18

10794 June 12

Aug

Sale

J

Guaranteed

deb g 5a

Aug 26 10794
Aug. 29 112
86
Aug
13
Aug

J

J

494a A.. 1963 J
1963 J
B._—
1944 J
Guaranteed gold 5a—

2794 Apr. 13

Jan.

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 27 109
Aug. 27 10794 Aug.

J

J
3

lat 5s aeries

Chill Copper

5 11194
Aug.
Aug. 21 108
8 110
Aug.
Aug. 27
4594
31 105
Aug.

694
Sale
694
9194
9194
11094
Sale
4594
4494

Chic Un Station 1st gu

71

1

Mar. 12 11194 July
2 112
July
Jan.

25

Sale

MN

M

.......1949

19

2494
2494

26

J

J

25

J

15-year secured 6 96a—Mar 1 1936
1st A ref g 5s
—May 3837 3
I
1st A ref 494a stamped...May 3837
lat A ref494a aer G
May 3837 J
♦Conv 494a aeries A

20

8

J

1947
..............1951 M

lat A ref 494* series

-----

J

Illinois Division 4a

9594

Jan.

11094 10994 Aug. 27 11094 Aug.
Aug.
Sale 10894 Aug. 27 Ill
8 108
Aug.
10794 Aug.

1094 11294 11194
08
10794
0594 10994 108
41
4294 42
0294 Sale 10294
0294 10294 107
0694 Sale 106
06
Sale
10594
1094 11194 11094
82
85
7794
1194
12
1094
10
1094 Sale
1394 11694 11494
0694 Sale 10694
2294
2294 Sale
23
2394

O

J

July 10
Aug.
5
July 20

Jan.

108

11294

1971 F

Chic A Alt RR ref g 3a

June 24

Jan.

11194 Aug. 30 11294 Aug.
Aug.
115
Aug. 28 118

J

J

Sale
Sale

8194
9994
10994
101 k

39

23

Sale

J

R A A Div lat

19,000
65.000
48.000
1,000

2

June

28

30

9

11294 11294 1H94
11794 Sale
11594
110
111
10894
10994
11094 Sale

1959
145.000 Chea A Ohio lat cons g 5a
General gold 494a............1992
95.000
Ref A Imp 494a aer A
......1993
112,000
Ref A Impt 494* series B......1995
153,000
4,000
Craig Valley 1st g 5s
May (948
Potts Creek Br lat 4a
1946

23,000
55,000
43,000
56,000
134,000
465,000
148,000
22.000
180,000
681,000

May

2

28

1994

Sale

101

Certain-teed Prod a f g 594a A...1948
J
Charles A Savannah 1st g 7a..-.1936 J
MN
1,138,000 Chea Corp conv col tr g 5s May 15 1947
10 year conr coll 5s...........1944 J D
469,000

335,000

Mar.

106

1 11394

25

Sale

8894

-1987

4a........1949

M

65,000
80,000
94,000
68,000
1,080,000

...

53

Can RR A Bkg of Ga col tr g 06.1957
Central Steel lat sink fund 8s
1941 UN

con

...

10

•694 Sale
>394 Sale

9594

M N

3d

—.

W*

102

A O

3,000
4,000
190,000
134,000
116,000
215,000
168,000
75,000
29,000
285,000
27,000
11,000
81,000
596,000

!°5H

9
8

25

1946
1951

Through St L 1st go g 4a.....1954
Guar 5a.....
........
..1968 V A

*7.000

40

2

2994 28
108
'894 Sale
394 4694

23

4a...........1961
0a.........1987

Cent Pac 1st ref gu g

1

Aug.

8

22

18
3
3
3

Aug.

7

31 103

Aug. 31
44
1
Aug.
794 10894 10794 Aug. 23 10894
Aug. 27 110
894 Sale 108
6
75
2
75
75
Aug.

0

May ?7
Aug. 28

102

44

48

Sale

294
10694

1

16

100

Sale

Sale

July
1
2 109
5 10594 May 16

8 10794 Jan.
7 103H Jan.

994 Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
11294 Aug.
11494 Aug.
117
Aug.
11694 Aug.
11494 Aug.
11394 Aug.
112
Aug.
10494 Aug.
12494 Aug.
8994 Aug.
10394 Aug.
11294 Aug.
10794 Aug.
10394 Aug.

1

Sale

10994

♦Macon A Nor Div lat g

Central of N J gen g
General 4s

Sale Prices

0

Sale

Sale

8,000 ♦Cent Br Un Pac lat g4a.......1948
D
31,000 Central Diat Tel lat 58-year 5a...1943
(♦Cent of Ga Ry lat g 5s...Nor. 1945 V A
♦Consol gold 5a.... .........1945 UN
93,5oo
A O
♦Ref A gen 594a series B
42,000
1959
♦Ref A gen 0a series C
103,000
....1959
♦Chat Div pur money g 4a
1951

Cent N K 1st guar

Sale Prices

Sale

Sale

117
Sale

Sale

1st A con g 6a aeries A.Dec 15 1952
Cartilage A Adlr lat gu g 4a.—1981

Cent 111 Elec A Gaa 1st 5s

Highest

Sale Prices

8
Aug.
894
994
11294 Aug.
294 Sale
2
Sale
102
Aug.
894 Sale
10894 Aug.
112
Aug.
294 Sale
4
Aug,
11494 114
4
11494 11494 Aug.
11194 Aug.
194 112
10994 Aug.
994 Sale
9
Sale
109
Aug.
10394 Aug.
394 Sale
12394 Aug.
394 Sale
8694 Aug.
794 Sale
294 10394 10294 Aug.
194 112
11194 Aug.
494 10594 10494 Aug.

Sale

D

358.000
65,000
272,000
20,000
495,000
4,000
504,000
2,000
14,000
388,000

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale

J

Collateral truat gold 414*-——1946 U S
J
5a equip truat ctfa............1944 J

♦Mobile Div 1st it 5a

Ask

Sale

D

25-year deb a f guar 414a......1946
I
Canadian Pac 4% deb stock ......

♦Middle Ga

Highest

10894 10894 10894 Aug. 8 10894 Aug.
10494 10594 10494 Aug. 19 10494 Aug.

9

M S

f 7a.........1949 J
J

Collateral truat g 5a
Collateral truat 4)4a

10494

11294

J D
Guar gold 494a...
June 15 1955
Guar g 4H«..........—...»1956 F A

Guar g 4Ha--Canadian No deb

108 >4 109

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

m. 7. stock exchange

Value

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

BONDS

August

25

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Feb. 18

July 23
June 25
Mar. 12
June 19
Aug. 10

26

mY. STOCK EXCHANGK-BONDS
11

Sales in

BONDS

August
Value

N. Y.

fe.2

J**

STOCK EXCHANGE

HQh

Low from,
July 1 1933

PRICES IN AUGUST

to

Aug.

1

Aug. 31

RANGE SINCE

Lowest

Highest

Aug. 311935
S
31,000 C C C & St L

Bid

1W3

tf 4a
General 5aaerlea B

--—

5,000
155,000
751,000
122,000
28,000
15,000

Raf & imp 4s aerlea G

99
79

Ref Ac Imp 5a aerlea D....
Ref Ac impt 4 Ha aerlea E

71%
106
91 %
93 H

103H
100 H
110

"5", 660

Inr Trust

66

86%

IV*

Sale

90
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1
2
2
2
22
12
23
20
12
7
8
8
28
10
23

Aug.
Aug.
100
Aug.
92% Aug.
107% Aug.
66
Aug.
89
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
97
Aug.
97
Aug.
96% Aug.
110
Aug.
107% Aug.
111% Aug.

i8S

WA

26

.....

Detroit River Tunnel 1st gu 4 Ha.1961

10,000 Donner Steel lat ref 7a aer
AA...1942
88,000 Dul Ac Iron
Range lat 5s
1937
52,000 Dul So Shore Ac Atlantic
g 5a
1937
164,000 Duquesne Light lat
mtge ft 4%a A1967
17,000
1st M g 4 Ha aeries B
1957

6

13
22 104
1
38
16
66%
22
22
22
50 -J
19
69
17
17
68
31 102%
6
98
3 106

—

28%

105%
106%
104%
25%

Sale

28

Sale

J
J
J
J

I

79%

Sale

97

J

M N
-

J
J
F

Sale

81

Aug.'

"25" Aug". ""I

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

29%
39%
39%
105%
106%

36

35%
104%
105

102%
90%
95

104%
104%
101
47

40%
42%
39%
105%

Sale

78

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

104

94%
98

106

104%
102%
51

42%
46

40%
106%

14

Sale

12

A O

Sale

3%

110%

Sale

112%
109%

Sale
Sale

30

35
35

104

15%
ill %
102% 103
108
108%
53% Sale
104% Sale
110% 110%

:VV ■>'>:

1

Ed El 111 Bkn lat con g 4a.......
Ed El III N Y lat cons g 5s
♦Elec Pow Corp (Germany)
♦lat sinking fund 6Ha
Elgin Jol At East 1st g 5s

380,000
1,000
37,000
25,000
5,000
906,000
1.395,000
.10,000
!
2,000

.....

Ac prior lien 4a..
1st consol gen Hen 4s
Penn coll truat g 4a..........
con

Conv g 4a Ser A .............
Series B....................

Gen

conv

4s Series D

Ref At lmpt gold 5a aer 1927
Ref Ac Imp 5s aer 1939.........
Brie At Jersey lat a f 4s.......
Genesee Rlv RR 1st s 16a
N Y At Erie RR ext lat 4a
1
3d mtge 4Ha
....

1,000 Ernesto Breda Co 1st
mtge 7s

27,000 Federal Lt AcTr 1st s u
12,000
5a International
series...
48,000
First Hen a f 5a stamped...
50,000
lat lien a f 6a stamped..
19,000
19-year deb 6a aeries V
5,000 Flat deb a f
-

-

7e_...............

~

l^Fla Cent Ac Peninsular 5a...
6,000 ♦♦Fin Bast Coast 1st
4Ha.....

280,000
137,000

♦lat A ref 5s

ser

A

♦Certificates of deposit...
For footnotes see page 33.




Sale

12%

"37

31
83
2<l 93

108%
100%
105%
105%
100%
78%
105%
76%
75%

98% Aug. "15
77
Aug. 28
1
105% Aug.
Sale
"74"" 74% Aug. 9
Sale
75
74
Aug. 10
75%
73%
73% Aug. 20
68" Sale
68% Sale
6
66% Aug.
Sale
68
68
Sale
66
2
Aug.
117% Sale
117% Sale
116% Aug. 28
116% 117% 116% 117% 116% Aug.
3
109%
109%
104
104%
:
70% Sale
—64%
70% Aug. .1
Sale

Sale

78

105
72
73

Sale

...

941
95

95% Sale
95

15

105

Sale

95%
96%
100% Sale
91%
94
83%
43%
55
59%
8% Sale
7% Sale;

A

95

Aug.
95
Aug.
93% Aug.
98% Aug.
90% Aug.
72
Aug.

96

93% ' 94
98% 99%
80

'

89

60

.....

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1
16
1
1
1
20
14
14
26
21

18

Aug.
May
May
May
May

22
27
17
20
14
14

94% Jan.

3
4

Feb.

44

Jan.

17 101

Jan.

2

89% Mar. 14 102% Jan. 12
8
106% Jan. 28 107% July
102
Jan.
3 105
5
July
104% Apr. 27 112% June 27

107%
107%
39%
39%

Jan.

103

Mar.' Mar.

23 :
25

6% Mar.
5% May
11% Apr.

12

3
1

8
Aug." 1
108% Apr.
8
3
106% Jan.
108% Jan!. !4
26
Apr.1 11
26 *-• Apr. 23

SS*

Apr.

.

,

iim

Jan.
Jan.

102

Jan.

2

11

Jan.

4

21% Aug. 17

Aug.
Aug.'

dH

Jan, *

3
72

May 20

.

June

28

19
27
110% Mar. 7
113% June 18
Feb. 28

109%

Jan.

110

Feb.

lW*
30.

30

May 10
2
1
7

Aug.

M

July
Aug.

104

Mar. 28

107% Jan.
108%
'31% Mar. 18 58
104% July 25 110
110% Aug. 31 113%
.

'•

July 23
1
Apr.
Jan. 10
Jan. 11

July
July

25
10

Mar.

1

Mar.

8

•

Jab. 30 21
May 27
Apr.
3 105
Aug. 15
Aug. 21 111% Jan. 24
Jan ,19 108% July
5
Oanr %8 128
June 13
Aug.
8 41% Feb. 19
Feb. 15
Aug.' 8 40
Jan: 14 108% June 14
Feb;
8 101% Aug.
8
Jan.
5 106% Aug. 13
Jan.
5 106% June
8

%
101%
99%
106%
123%
32 - :
32

,

?

104%
92

-

101H

w

Jan.

2 102

Mar.

Apr.

70
104

3

June 22

80

Jan.

25 105%
Apr. 10 78
Apr. 18 78
June 13
76

65 *
65
68

Mar. 30
28

74%
74%
114% Jan. 15 117%
5 117%
112% Jan.
105
Feb. 26 109%

g" Mar.

Aug.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

2

1
7
5
31
8
8

July 16
Aug. 21
June 17

.

95%
;

100%
79%
105%
76%
75%
73%
70%
70%
117%
117%

27

Feb.

107% Feb.

74% Mar. 29

1

.

19

June

102%
54%
44%
46%

105% Aug.

Aug.
Aug. 15
Aug., 2
Aug. 10
Aug. 10
Aug. 10
Aug. 15

18

Feb.

107
105

Jan.

-

103%
108%
127%
32%
32%

17

Jan.

Apr. 27
95% May 13

Apr.
23% Jan.

Aug.? 7
Aug. 13
Aug. 23
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

July

104

28

.*

112%
103%
108%
53%
104%
Aug.-31 110%

16

100

Jan.
Jan.

29

Feb.

Apr. 23
June 28

25
Aug.
1
29% Aug. 14
44% May 10
44
May
9
105% Mar. 6
109% Mar. 22

Jan.

97
37

108%
100% 101% 100% Aug. 27 101% Aug. - 8
106%
106
Aug. 20 106% Aug. 13
106% 106%

Sale

32%

Jan.

101"

Aug. 29
Aug.
Aug.
107
Aug.
110% Aug.
112% Aug. 15
109% Aug.
30
Aug. 14
30
Aug.
2

3

65

12% Aug. : 6
Aug. 15
99% Aug. 21
108
Aug. 13
Aug, 10
32
36%
Aug.
8
35
32
Aug.'.:8

Sale

41%
106%
108%
106%
35%

Apr.
104% Apr.

108

105

32
32

Jan.

Jan.

Aug. 17

9

'98%

108% 108% 107%
127%
126 *

Jan.

104% July
99% Jan.

16

Aug. 16
30% Aug. 19
30% Aug. 17
10
Aug. 22

13%

103
Sale

36%

......

Erie RR 1st

103

t%a.

13,000 El Paso Ac S W lat At ref 5s.
51,000 Erie At Plttsb gen
gu g 3Ha set B.
Serlea C 3Ha

178", 606

13
105

..

112
July 24
112% Mar. 20
16
9 107% July
3
14 108% July 24

15 103% July

Jan.

IA*

♦♦Eastern Cuba Sugar a f 7Ha
Eastern Ry M No Div lat g 4s
Eastern Tenn Va Ac Ga lat g 5s

Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

20

107

3%

Sale

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

Aug.

15% 30
111% 112
111% Aug. 26
103%
102% Aug. 19
107% 108% my, Aug. 24
46* Sale
Aug.: 28
104% 104%
Aug. 21

110%

Mar.

107" Aug". ~6 102% Jan.

JV4

30

Aug. 19
Aug. 19
96% Aug. 17
100% June 13
107% Aug.
6
112% May 16

Jan.'

29

10.6% Aug. 26

Sale

30

30

97
97*

Mar.

29

21% Aug. 17

-

60

107%
106%
107%
111%
109%

8

Mar.

103

2% Aug.
65
Aug.
106% Aug.
107
106
Aug.
110
110
Aug.
111% 111
Aug.
109
Aug.
"35
30
Aug.
30
34%
Aug.

3

Sale

107% Sale
106% Sale

21

Jan.

12

8% Aug.
7% Aug.
18
8% Aug.

8% Sale
19%, 21

18

Jan.

June

100

Sale

9

Sale

July

73%

29

98% Aug. 28
107% Aug. ■; 8

106% 107" 106% Aug.
104% 107
106% Aug.
27%
29
27
Aug.
28%
49
25% Aug.

Sale

9

—

June 24

90

34

22

83% Aug. 15

8

"97% Sale"

106% Sale
106% 107
28% Sale

67

May
Aug.

Jan.

99

June 24

July
1
July 19
107% Aug. 22

.02* Jan.
May
20
May
July

•

134,000
1,000
14,000
14,000
1,000
30,000
33,000

May 29
Aug. 26

107% Aug. 19

29

103

6§*

105

100
94

Aug.
104% May

24

96% Aug.
107
107%
107
Aug.
104
Sale
103
104
103% Aug.
104% 112% 105% 106% 106% Aug.

28
A

26

May 13

104

Jan.
Jan.

1
105% Aug.
30
Aug. 22

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

25"

31
22%
22%
38
36% Sale
37
36% Sale
37% Sale
104% 104% 104% 105%
105% Sale
105% 106%
Sale
103
102% Sale
92
Sale
94% Sale
96%
97%
90%
Sale
106
105
105%
104
104% Sale
104%
102
100% 101
4 m Sale
47% Sale
Sale
42% Sale
42% Sale
45% Sale
40
41%
41%
106% 106% 105% Sale

I

13
8
8
7

Jan.'

29% Aug. 13
106% Aug. 30
108
Aug. 26

Sale

25

29%

29

106
Sale
107% Sale
105% Sale

Sale

29%

1969 J

♦1st 4s assented....
1995
♦Second gold 4a..............1995

100% Mar.
92% Apr.
85
Apr.
80 1 Mar.

-

>5% Sale
106% Sale
105% Sale

1936 F A
1951 M N
" "
..

19
8

-...

32

M

96

107% Mar. 19 112

105%
111% 111% 111
Aug. 28 112
Aug.
8 110%
101%
101% Aug. 14 101% Aug. 14 100
109
106%
107%
108% Aug.
5 108% Aug"." "5 106

—-

1971 J

Denver Gaa At El lat At ref 5s

Aug. 26

112

1969 J

......

'

Sale

94% Sale
97
94%

111% Sale
101% 103
108%
107%

1957

t*Des Moinea At Ft D lat gu g 4s..1935'
7,000
Certificates of deposit
2,000 JDea Plalnea Val lat guar 4Hs...l947
74,000 Detroit Edison Co 5a Series A. ..1949
15,000
Gen Ac ref 5a aerlea B..........1955
10,000
Gen At ref 5a aer C
1962
105,000
Gen At ref 4H« aeries D
1961
27,000
Geo Ac ref 5a aerlea E-......... 1952
11,000 ♦Detroit Ac Mack 1st Hen g 4s....1995

24",606

Sale

93% Sale
95
109% 110% 110
107% 106%
111% 111% 111%

1945
1951

......

*

89

g*

Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

"66%

88%

107

1937 W

Bdge 1st g 4a

Mar. 18

88

25
21

105% May 21 105% May 21

'88

Sale

Sale

1956

15,000
Stamped as to Pa tax
230,000 ♦Den At Rio Gr lat cons g 4a......1936
47,000
♦Consol gold 4He..
1936
84,000 ♦Deny Ac R Gr West gen 5a Aug 1955
176,000
♦Assented (subject to plan)
181,000
♦Ref Ac imp mtge 5s aer B
.1978

,20,000

Aug. 26 112

1935 A

Del Rlv RR &

'

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 23

i05""May"29
112

103% 103%
99% Sale
91% Sale

94

Del At Hud lat At ref 4a..........1943 W

Gold 5Hs
5,000 Delaware Pr At Lt lat M 4Hs.
3,000
1st Ac ref 4%a
3,000
lat mtge gold 4Hs

•

Aug.
Aug.

99
3
8
84%
3
75%
29 107
12
92%
96
31

95% Mar.""I 95% Mar. 1
103% Apr. 15 105% Jan. 15

I67""

94

....A&O 1955

73,666

3Y.666

78%
69%
106% 105%
Sale
91%
Sale
94%
Sale

112

Sale

1954
.....J&J 1955

5a

Aug.

100%
104%

92% Sale

....

691,000

99

102%
-----

.1955

7,000
Debenture 4a
1956
453,000 ^Consolidation Coal Md 4«-yr 5s 1950
332,000
♦Certificates of deposit..
17,000 Consum Gas Chic 1st guar g 5s. 1936
35,000 Consumers Power lat lien 5a C..1952
46,000 Container Corp of Am 1st a f g 6a. 1946
230,000
Deb gold 5a with warr
..1943
57.000 Copenhagen Telep cxtl s f g 5s..1954
43.0001 Crown Cork Ac Seal a f 6s
1947
72,000 Crown Willamette Pap 1st a f g 6a 1951
31,000 Crown Zellerbach deb 6e w w
1940
176,000 Cuba Northern Rys lat 5Hs..... 1942
73,000 Cuba RR Ist50>yrg5a_......... 1952
83,000
1st At refund 7%a series A...... 1936
13,000
lat lien At ref 6s serlea B
1936
28,000 r umbT At T lat At gen 5s
1937

103
Sale

Sale

deb5Ho.l949
1943
Conn Ry At Lt 1st g 4 He
1951
8tamped guar 4 Ha
lvSl

Debenture 4s.

Jan.
Apr.
1 101
June
May 22 112
3
93
May 28 101% Feb.
60
23
Apr.
4 85% Jan.
Mar. 29 77% Jan.
50
19
7 103% Feb.
5 107
Aag.
Feb.
21
87% Mar. 26 93

101

106%

Sale Prices

89

108

Sale

conr

Debenture 4a....

2

110

♦Consol Hydro-Elec Works of Upper

"i",6oo

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

97% Aug.

1

Highest

-

104%

Paasum Rlrs 1st g 4a

5,000
Wuerttemberg 1st 7s
314,000 Consol Gaa (N Y) deb 5 He
409,000
Deb gold 4He
155,000
Debenture goM 5a.........
26,000 Consolidated Ry non-conr deb 4s

Sale Prices

96% Aug. 30

112

96%
101
99%
Sale
80%
Sale
74%
105%
92%
91%
Sale
94%
103%
98%
91%
105%

.....

109%
104%

.

Col AtTol latest 4a...

Ask

97

68

104

—

1.66,000 Comm'l
1,000 Conn At

Sale
112

......1941
1943
1977
Cairo Dlr lat gold 4a
1939
Cln W Ac M Dlr lat g 4a
....1991
St Loula Dlr 1st coll truat A 4a. 1994
Spring Ac Col Dlr lat g 4a
1944
W W Val Dlr lat g 4a
1940
Cler Ac Mahon Valley g 5a
...1938
Cler Ac Pitta gen gu 4H*
B..1942
Serlea B go 3%«_
1943
2,000
Serlea A gu 4Ha..
—...1943
Serlea C gu 3%a
1948
Serlea D gu 3%a............—1950
General 4Ha aerlea A.
..1977
Gen & ref. mtf*e 4^8 series B..1981
25,000 Cler Short Line 1st gu 4 Ha
..1941
196,000 Cler Union Term lat gu 5H* A..1972
394,000
1st a f g 5s aeries B guar
1973
lat a f 4%i series C...........1977
329,000
1,000 Coal Rlr Ry lat gu 4a.
...1945
22,000 ♦Colon Oil conr deb 6s
1938
22,000 t+Colo Fuel A: Iron Co gen a f 5s 1943
312,000 *t*Coio Indus lat coll tr 5s gu .1934
466,000 Colorado & Southern 4%s set A. 1980
748,000 Columbia Gaa At Else deb 5s
1953
100,000
Debenture 5s
..Apr 15
1953
874,000
Debenture 5s....
.Jan 15 1941
6,000 Col At Hock Valley 1st est g 4a
1948
126,000 Columbus Ry P At L lat 4%i
1957
45,000
Secured conr g 5He
1942

v.:;_

Ask Bid

97

1993

JAN.

Lowest

70

44% 47
57
58%
8% Sale
7% Sale

70% Aug.

1

96% Aug.

23
1
27

7
8

96

Aug.

70% Aug.

1

83

June 13

7
8
20
101 r July 31
94
July 20
96% Aug.
96

95% Aug.
26 100% Aug.
93
24
Aug.
8
28 72
Aug. 28

Aug.

96% July

97

Mar.

5

47

57""Aug."

7
17% Aug.
3
6% Aug. 10

.

57%
;

6
9
Aug. 17
8% Aug. 17

14
7
4

12

f,

.

.

i

J.

-

'

j.

16

Jan.

12% Jan.

r

:.VY;

Apr.

67

Aug."

S'V

-»

•

Jan.

27

stock exchange—bonds

n. x

Sept., 1935]

fra:

"

...Oil"

Sales in

7

August

N. Y.

Value

July 1

is

STOCK EXCHANGE

RANGE SINCE JAN.

■prices iisrAugust

Low from

bonds

1933
Aug.

Aug. 311935

1

Lowest

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

'

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices1

Ask

1

Highest

\Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

.4* Aug. 13

6

Aug. 12

f

July

5

June

6

S
•{♦Fonda Johns & Glov ref 4*«.1952
Proof of claim filed by owner

2,000

'

2,000
14,000

1941
"~6~, 600 Ft Worth 8c Denver City SHs ...1961
4,000 Framerlc Ind 8c Dtf 20-yr 7*«—1942
35,000 {♦Francisco Suftar 20-year JHs
1943
1938
7,000 Galv Hous 8c Hend 5*t A
.34,000 Gannett Go deb ta series A..—.1943
Gas Ac Elec( Bergen Go) 5a
1949
"3", 000 •♦Gelsenklrchen Mining 6s...... 1934
23,000 Gen Amer Investors deb Ss set A.1952
164,000 General Cabin 1st s f g SHi A
1947
36,000 •General Bloc (Germany) 7o
1945
♦Debenture iH*
26,000
1'*®
♦Sf deb g 4s..
33,000
1948
25,000 General Public Service deb 5*«-1939
202,000 Gen Steel Castings 1st 5^s w w.,1949
792,000 •{♦Gen Theatres Equip deb 4s... 1940
Certificates of deposit.
360,000
Oct, 1945
7,000 {♦Ga Ac Ala 1st cons 5s
•{♦Georgia Carolina & Northern
Extended at 6% to July 1 1934.
1,000 Georgia Midland 1st 2s.....
1944
10,000 ♦Good Hope Steel Ac Iron see 7a.1945
134,000
560,000
391,000
: 23,000
18,000

*1~666
193,000
118,000

J

U

v

84

91* Sale
47

86*

i"

j

J

A

O

D
A

D
A

Feb

..1944
1950
14,666 Gulf Mob At Nor 1st 5*« — V
1st mtge gold 5s series C
I95S
152,000
Gulf At Ship Island ref 5s—Feb 1952

M N

A

O

A

O

J

J

......

1953

;

50,000
389.000
15,000
12,000
6,000

49-year
Cairo Bridge gold Is,

M N

J
I

M N
D

MN
F

A

A

O

Louisv Div Ac Ter g

9,000

,

1,000
3,000

St Lou Div Ac Term g

MN
J

P

A
P

•♦10-year 4% notes...........1932
♦Certificates of deposit..
487,000
•♦19-year 7% notes...—.....1932
339,000
♦Certificates of deposit..
301,000
122,000 Interlake Iron 1st 5s ser B......1951
Int Agri Corp 1st 8c coll tr 5s—
Stamped extended to .......1942
51,000
277,000 Int Cement conv deb 5s.........1948

391,000 {♦Internat Gt Nor 1st 6s A......1952
♦AdJ mtge 4s series A.July 1 195J
522,000
♦1st mtge gold 5s series B
1954
141,000
•1st gold 5s series C— .......1954
220,000
Internet Hydro El deb 4s.......1944
1,442,000
79,000 Int Merc Marine 1st s f 4s.......1941
277,000 Intern Paper conv 5s series A...1947
Refunding 4s series A
...1955
387,000
31,000 Int Rys of Cent Amer 1st 5s B...1972
1st coll trust 4s gold notes..—1941
15,000
First lien Ac ref 4 Us
1947
16,000
736,000 Internet T Ac T deb g 4*4...—1952
Convertible debenture 4*8—1939
1,006,000
Deb gold 5s
1955
1,283,000
15,000 Investors Equity 5s series A.....1947
Deb 5s ser B with warrants....1948
21,000
Without

warrants...—..—1948

For footnoted, see page 33.




86

Sale

86

Sale

86

Sale

41*
7* Sale
105*
75"
72*
69* Sale

98

Sale

35*

J
J

75*

Aug. 17

38*
37*
115*
31

•

40
Sale

35*

107* Aug. 19 107* Aug. 13
7
Aug.
40* Aug. i 2 44
6
1
z38
38* Aug.
Aug.
1
Aug.
115* Aug. 31 117
33

Aug.

6

Aug. 24

34

"84*
l03*
Sale

Sale

120
Sale

Sale

107* Sale
105

;

101*
101*
80*

i03*

75

106*
102*
96*
41*
117*
85*
34

"83"

81

,

118

Sale

72
76

"61*

Sale

86

Aug.

94*
Sale
49*
99* 102* 102*
85*
86*
95
51

96*

"92*

92

65*

66

71

75

79

Sale

82*

80*

9
2

82*

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
92
Aug.
65* Aug.
75
Aug.
81* Aug.
87

82

A

108
107* 108
38* 32

O

102

J

99

M N
J

Aug. 19

78

68* Aug. "I

87* Aug. 15
Aug. 19
Aug. 13

13

96

7

56*
6 102*
19 88*
7
92*

29

Aug. 20
6
Aug.

Aug. 21
75
Aug. -1
82* Aug. 12
68

17

1

28

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89* Aug.

5

67

1

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100

8* Aug. '13
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16
7*
9*
20 106* Aug. 20
105* 108* 105* 108* 106* Aug.
t
106* j*.
106*
104* Aug. 26 105* Aug. 15
104* Sale" 104* Sale
Aug. 30
Aug. 26 106
104* 104* 104
104* Sale
92
1
Aug. 23
Sale
87* Aug.
90
Sale
89
91
1
Aug. 23
87
Aug.
Sale
Sale
"73* Sale" 63* Aug. 1 76* Aug. 23
1
74* Aug. 28
60* Aug.
71
73*
60* Sale
2
Aug. 23
Sale
90* Aug.
92
92
91*
1
Aug. 14
88
Aug.
90
90*
88* Sale
78
Aug.
1
72
Aug. 17
Sale
78
77*
-

-

llH

•J6*

Sale

95

103*

Sale

103

Sale

38*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

36

Sale

35*
35*
45*
59*
76
Sale
53* Sale
76* Sale
85*
89
76

70
Sale
81 * Sale
74

Sale

103* Sale
101*
102*

8

46

Jan.

2
11

44* Feb. 16
3

9
7

Mar.

Apr; 30 106

9
97* Jan.
36* Feb. 27

Mar. 26

Mar. 29
Mar. 13 101

104* Feb.
102* Aug.
104* Aug.
90
June
86* Jan.
78* Jan.
82
Apr.
96

Mar.

75

Mar.

69

Mar.

63

Apr.

Mar. 13
7 108* June 20
30 106* Jan. 15
28 107* Jan. 22

June

13

97
July
90* July
5
99* July
30 105* July
July
12 100
13 95* July
3
89* July
July
3
89
15 38* June

10
22
9
22
1
6
2
2

June

15

90

13
3

28

,

62* Apr
38* June
3* Jan. 11

98

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15

June

Jan.

July
Feb.

70

15

Mar. 15

May

:

95

Jan.

85

Mar.

113* Jan.'
June

6
1

791

53* Aug.

1

58*

32

31

Sale

50

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58

Sale

55

75

57

9

76*
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83*
84*
80
79*
66* Sale
75* Sale
78

84

71

Sale

76

76!
84

79,

83

1
Aug.
Aug, 30
Aug. 20

65* Aug.

85*
79*
72*
83*
76*

28

73* Aug, 28
69* Aug. 28

102* 103* 103101* 102* 103
102
102*

2 104

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Aug.

7 103

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Aug. 29
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Aug, 17
Aug. 13
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7

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67

June

83* Jan.

2
102* July
88* Aug. 20
Apr. 18

Apr.

22*
77

June

97* July
85* Feb.

52* Mar. 30
1
49* Apr.
106

Jan.

Jan.

8

29

43* Feb.

18

June 29 104

Feb.
Mar.

103*
103*
81*
86*

Feb.
Feb,
Jan.
July
50
Apr.
48* Apr.
Jan.
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84
82

72

Jan.

7

73* Jan.

95* May 15
7
July 26
104
106

20

7 108* Apr.

32* Aug. 12
104

Feb.

76
July
3
87* Feb. 13
97* July 30
5
.89* Aug.

Feb.

80

8

94* Jan.

89* Mar.
65* Aug.
74

Jan.

63* Jan.

101

Jan.

81

2
30
10
9
14

.75* Jan&

Mar.

90

8

Jan.

71

42* Mar.

11

16

106*

7 106*
6 107*
6 106*

15

June 29

99* July

93*

Feb.

Aug.
July
July
July
May
Aug.

16

■91,

29

76* Aug.
74* Aug.
95
May
94* May
82* July

30
3
2
2

2
28
20
19
11
6
13
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6
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23
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1
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7
7* Aug.
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29
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11

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104* Mar.
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101

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3
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5
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July 31

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3
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49* Mar. 6
117* Feb. 27
Feb.
7
42

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30

Aug. 20

108

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38*
34*
112*

99

96* Aug. 28
103

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74*
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98*

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2
50
Apr. 16
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5
49* June 20
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92* Mar. 15 100* July

7

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7

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24

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36* May 27
35* Apr.
9

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99

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15* Aug. 30

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108* 107* Aug. 12 108* Aug. 27
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94

June

-

July

Aug. 14

49* July 17
102* Aug. 23

90* Apr.
54
Mar.
6* Mar.
6* Mar.
11

23

50

49*

Jan.
Jan.

12

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40

6

95* May

86
July
40* Jan.
40

7

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Apr. 27
May 23

105

Jan.

99

May 28
May 28

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17

76* Aug. 23

61.* Aug. 31

Sale

87

95

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81*
96*
87*

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2
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74

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76
101

115* Feb.
56* Mar.

103

76*

74*

12

Aug ." 28 101* Aug". 28
101* Aug. 28 101* Aug. 28

72

101* 102*

86*
35*

7
19

101

68

Sale

5

14

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

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108* 110
103*
101*
101*
75*
72

55

Aug.
Aug.

85

32* Aug. 22

77
Sale

"82*

19 119

Sale

75

87

24

Sale

75

94*

Aug.

106 3-^ Aug.
7 106*
7 103
103* 102* Aug.
96* Aug. 20 97*
96*
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40* Aug. 21 42*

73

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23

13

58

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A

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68* Aug.,

67

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106* June 25
110* Jan. 18
46* May 28

Mar.
Feb.

106

25

Feb.

103

106

D

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D

F

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3

8* Aug. 23

7

12

81*
106*
102*
96*
42*
118*
85*
32*

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1
26
1
20
14
14
17
1

50

J

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Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

96* Aug. 28

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72
50

85

I

95*
90*
97*
105*
99*
94*
86*

42*

50

92

♦Certificates of deposit..

2,090,000

85*

Sale

J

12,000 {♦Indlanapo! Ac Louisv 1st gu 4sl954
J
J
1,000 Ind Union gen It ref 6s A.......1945
J
Gen Ac ref guar 5s ser B
1945 J
A O
164,666 Inland Steel 1st M s f g 4*a A...1978

'

Aug. 23
Aug. "23 108
5
102* Aug. 30 103* Aug.
7
104* Aug. 28 105* Aug.

92* Aug. 29
1
90* Aug.

3* Apr.
3
May
101* Jan.
104
Apr.

Aug.
1
Aug. 23
Aug. 26

108

1
96* Aug.
9
103* Aug.
97* Aug. 28
91
7
Aug.
83
Aug. 28
83
Aug. 28

Sale

J

J

520,000

92

A

111 Cent Ac Chic St L At N
Joint 1st At ref As ser A
1943 J
285,000
J
4*a series C
—.1963
108,000
1940 A
81,000 Illinois Steel deben 4 Hi
1948 F
25,000 ♦Ilseder Steel Corp Mtge 6s
Ind Bloomlngton Ac W 1st 4s....1940 A
Ind III Ac la 1st gold 4s
1950 J

1stmsf4Hsser B...—.....1981
158,000
2,085,000 {Interboro R T 1st Ac ref 5s.....1944

Sale

F

J

...1951

6 105
Aug.
94
1
91* Aug.
24* Aug. 16 27

"94""
90* Sale
97* Sale
104* Sale
97* 98

94

I

J

1951
1951

3s

Gold 3*a.
Sprlngf Div 1st g 3 Ms
Western Lines 1st g 4s

T, 000

MN

1951
..1953
1951
1951

3Hs

Omaha Dlv 1st g 3s.:

Sale

I

i

1

Litchfield Dlv 1st g 3s

Sale

13

J

4Ms..........1934
4 34s....
1944

Sale

31

?

1
7

Aug.

38* Aug.

80
Sale

117

J

41

1
6

104 "

Sale

J

J

Aug.
Aug.

107* Aug. 24 108* Aug. 20
99* Aug. 16
3
96* Aug.

80

95*
90*
97*
104*

M N

Purchased lines 1st 5*a—1952

15-year secured

38

108* Sale
98* Sale
104* Sale
Sale
94
92*
27*
26* 26*
101*
101*
102*
107*
102* Sale
103* Sale
104* Sale
105* Sale

O

M N

Refunding 5s................1955

41

39

J

O

Refunding 4s.................1955
Coll tr g 4s

33

94*

A

A

.

....

38*

107*

I D
168,000 Illinois Bell Telep 1st At ref 5s A.1956
J
J
Illinois Central 1st g 4s. .......1951
I
J
1st gold 3 His
1951
"2", 000
Extended 1st g S*a—.......1951 A O
1,000
M d
1st gold 3s sterling...........1951
.78,666 Collateral trust gold 4s.......1982 A O

79",000

11*

Sale

J

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Aug. 16
32* Aug.
7

,

107*
40* "43"
«36* Sale

J
J

1

1 109

Aug.

30* Aug.

87
80* Aug. 14 82* Aug. 23
2 104* Aug. 23
104
106
103* Aug.
116*
Aug. 14
57* Aug. 31 63
57* Sale
103* 104* 102* Aug. 16 103* Aug. 22
95
Aug. 19
91
7
Sale
Aug.
93*
3
48
8 48* Aug.
Aug.
46*
Aug. 29 49* Aug. 14
46* '86'" 47
49
Aug. 16
48
5
49
Aug.
46*
5 102* Aug. 23
102
108
100* Aug.
1
79
Aug. 29 86* Aug.
79* 78
13* Aug.
15* Sale
9 15* Aug. 30
Aug. 30
13
Sale
Aug. 20
15*
13
6
Aug. 27
16
Aug.
13*

50*

j" id
110,000 Gulf States Steel deb 5H«..... .1942
4,000 Hackensack Water 1st 4s—....1952
8,000 ♦Hansa S S Lines 4s with warr...l939
25,000 ♦Harpen Mining 6s............. 1949
...1999
18,000 Hock Val 1st con g «Hs..
: 2,000 •{♦Hoe (R) Ac Co 1st 4Hs ser A...1934
♦Holland Amer L 4s (flat)—
...1947
"4",000 Housatonlc RR con g 5s........1937
1,000 Houst At Tex C 1st g 5s Int gu ....1937
.1937
15,000 Hous Belt Ac Ter 1st 5s
80,000 Houston Oil sink fund 5Hl A—1940
198,000 Hudson Coal 1st s f 5s series A..1942
16,000 Hudson County Gas 1st 5s—...1949
230,000 Hudson Ac Manhat 1st Ac ref 5s A. 1957
♦ Adjust income 5a—Fab
1957
416,000

33

Sale

J

Greenbrier Ry 1st gu g 4s

40

108.

110

30

Sale

1st Ac gen s
83,000
J
1,322,000 Gt Nor—Gen 7s Series A .......1934
1st At refund 4*a Ser A
1941 3
363,000
J
Gen mtga 5*• Ser B„.
319,000
......1952
J
Gen mtge 5s Ser C........... 1973
240,000
Gen IHs Series D...........-1974 J
302,000
Gen 4 Ms series E
.....1977 J
585,000
Feb
♦Green Bay At West deb ctfs A
♦Income debenture ctfs B—

109

Sale

J
D

M S

7s......l944
f g 4*•-...........1950

...

104* 105* "Aug". "6 106* Aug.

17*.—
Sale

41

37*

A O

Gt Cons El Pow (Japan)

16

16*

j

F

Sale
Sale

13

O

Sale

15

J

A

15-yer deb g s f 4s guar.......1934
I
Grays Point Term 1st gu g 5s ...1947

45,000

107

14

J

Gouv 8c Oawegatchle 1st 5a......1942 J D
f
J
Gr R Ac I ex 1st gu g 4*«
1941
A O
Grand Trunk of Can s f 7s guar..l940

111,000

Sale

47

100

J

M N

Stamped...............

49

48*
M N
J

Aug. 17
Aug. 17

103

-----

Goodyear Tire Ac Rubber 1st 5s..l957
Gotham Silk Hosiery deb 4s
1934 J
F
•{♦Gould Coupler 1st 15-yr s f 4s. 1944

61",000

3* Aug. 29
3* Aug. 15

103* Sale
118*
56*
63
103
Sale

Goodrich ( B F) Co 1st **•
1947
Convertible deb 4s ...........1945

75,666

4* Aug. 13

4*
6*

106* Sale
108
Sale
30*
35

D

J

9*

4
4

3*
3*

4*
3*
3*

103

J

Port St (J D Co 1st ft «*■

6

4*

MN

•♦(Amended) 1st cons 2-4s
1982
MN
Proof of claim filed by owner....
♦Certificates of deposit...

Aug. 12

6

*

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—BONDS

38
Sales in
August
Value

Low from

BONDS

PRICES IN AtlOUST

RANGE SINCE JAN* 1

July 11933

H. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

Aug.

1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

5% Aug.
1
Aug. 15

7

4% Apr.
3
% June 25

Aug. 31

Aug.311935
Bid

flows CSsot 1st told 0S
22,000
50,000

1918

♦Osrtlflcatss of dcpotlt...—...
♦1st Ac isf 4a————1*01 M

5
8

Franklin Ac Qtoarf 1st A..WW I

D

3,000 Kcl Altoghan Ac G R 1st 0a « 0S..19I8 J

6

%

J

83,000

t ♦RCFt ARM raft «s

1904
♦Ctfa of dap (Bankers Trust)......
Kansas City Pow & Lt 1st M 4%s.l961
Kan City South 1st A 0S........19S0
Ref Ac Imp 0a............Aprlll909
Kan Glty Taras 1st 4s
.......1949
Kansas Gas Ac Bl 1st astfa 4%s..1*80
♦Karstadt (R) Inc 1st Mtta 4s...1943
♦Certificates of deposit.........

80% Sale

81

Sale

66%

100
100
36

AO

Sale
Sale

1948 M S
93,000 Kendall Co 5%a series A
J
14,000 Kentucky Central 1st gu 4s
1987 J
13,000 Kentucky Ac Ind Term 1st 4%*.. 1961 I I
I
J
Stamped
1961
20,000
I
J
Plain............
.....1941
17".65O Kings Co E L Ac Pow gold 0s
1907 A O
Purchase aioney 4s..
9,000
.....1997 A O
68,000 Kings Co Elevated 1st g 4s.... .1949 r a
1
j
3,000 Kings Go Lighting 1st ref 0s.
1954
1st k ref 4
1,000
...1904 j J
JD
Kinney <G R) Co cony 7He
11,000
..1904
f ♦Kseuger Be Toll class A
Certs of dap for see 0s-...
575,000
1909

19,000 Lackaw Steel 1st cons 0s ser A..1909
144,000 Laclede Gas Lt ref ext 0s........1939
Coll Ac ref 0%a series C
244,000
1900
110,000
001 *
1 ®Hs ser D
1949
53,000 ,**5">■
gold 0s....
.1907
Ind gold 0s
10,000
.....1941
Lake Shore Ac Mich Sou g 0Us...l997
150,000
Nitrate Go Ltd 4s
1904
2,435,000
51,000 Lehigh Goal Ac Nat 4»s ser A... 1904
8,000 . Gone sink fund 4 Ms ser CL—.1*04
11,000 Lehigh A N Y 1st gu g 4s.......1940
Valiey Coa! 0s —....
8,000
1944
* refunding 0s
70,000
1904
1st A refunding 0s
39,000
.....1944
First A ref sinking hind 0s
1974
42,000
ootes
35,000
1938
Tmrm
161,000
—1904
37,000
J
g *He—....1949
655,000,;Lsh Val (Pa) gen con g 4s
...S990
Gen cans 4%s—...
132,000
0990
176,000
.JS*®*?®*®1 «• —
...3990
16,000 Uh V Ter Ry 1st gu g 0s—....1941
9,000 Lea A Bast 1st gu 0s............1940
.....

105

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U wiles A
82,000
1902
44,000 Long Dock eons gold 4s........1930
Wand gen g 4s
16,000
1938
Unified goM 4a...
12,000
1949
39-year deb 0s........
.....1907
48,000
—

;

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L04

Sale

78

77%
103

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1945

J

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deb gold 0% a.. 1941

Uifroef of rialm flled by owner......
McKesson A RobMnsdeb 0He
**!5£*t!J?u0,,f 1(t • * 7 Us

101
Sale

J

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MS
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69%
64%

F A
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J

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MN

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MN

Sale

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133 H 134
121
122
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♦Mex I nternat 1st 4s
asstd..

1977

"3",660 ^•9 MW1 Mach 1st s f g 7s

111904

100
100

19%
18%
18%

i

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Mldrale St AOrd cony

"~1934

f 0s

105
107
107
106

100% Sale
108*

102"" 104*

ext

4%s (1889)

24,660
10,000
6,000
6,000

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1934

73
68^

97%
74% 100
61
65%

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52
97

56

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56% Sale
87
86%
89
95% Sale a97
55%
60% a50

2

29

36%

35

•Certificates of

For footnotes,




.1949

....1943

deposit.........

see page

33.

100% Jan.
26% Jan.

2

105% June
97% Jan.

102

97

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99% Sale

J

98% Sale

3

6 109%

Jan.

June
5
June 11

52

May 21
91% June 17

17
16

33

June

8

30% Mar. 27
May 9

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19
18
27
30
11
21
30

Feb.
8
Feb. 25
Jan, 10
Jan. 16

%% Feb.
99

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Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

25
3

7
8
8

8
39% Mar. 13 60
105% Jan.
5 107% July 13

3

115% Jan. 11 123% July 29

4 117

Jan.

16

12 108

12
13
21

Apr.
103% Aug.
41
Aug.
.00% Aug.
.04% Jan.

24

.02

14
20
20

.02% Jan.

"7

June 26 105

.01% Apr.

22

16

58

1

02

6
6
16
13

100% Aug.

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

104% Aug.
25 105% Aug.
28 132% Aug.
7 118% July
3
76*? Aug.
2 114
July
14 107
Aug.
15 107% June
4 108% July

Jan.

104% May 20
83% Mar. 4
July
8
2 111

Apr.
Aug.
Aug.
88% Aug.

Apr.

"18"" Aug" "12

18

Aug.
16% Aug.
57
Aug.
53
Aug,
41
Aug.
95
Aug.
72% Aug.

20

Aug.

9

71% Aug. 29
67% Aug.
55
Aug.
97% Aug
75
Aug.

29
29
28
20

81% Jan .
93% Jan.

101*?

Aug.
May
May
May
£1% May
30*? May
May
71% Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
35
34
32

Mar.

9% Jan.
7% Feb.
50
Apr.
Mar.

&

37% Apr.
90
68

Jan.

107% Aug. 12

Feb.

8% Jan.

47

24
Feb. 25
Jan.
4

86

108
99

Jan.

11

4

2

Mar. 27

81

Apr.

8

Jan.

108

12

29

Feb. 21
Feb. 21

Mar. 14 107
Mar. 30 104
Jan. 11 109

19
28
14

14
20
20
10
16
30
12

1 107% Jan. 10

Apr.

2

108% Aug.

Mar.

07% Jan.

6

Feb. 20

15

.25% Mar.
.12% Jan.

12

Mar.

134% July 27

10 104
Apr. 10
Feb. 27
20 106
5
27 80% Feb.
29 103% Jan. 23
16 106% July 30

June
Apr.

98
75 |
0

68% July

Mar.

14
27
27
17
14
17
27
29
29
29
9

Aug. 20
Mar.

4

V
1
1

95
75

Aug.
8
Aug. 22
Aug.
2
98% Aug. 23
58*2 Aug. 2

71% Jan.

107% Aug. 30 108% Aug. 12
1 107% Aug, 14
107% Aug.
98% Aug. 24 100% Aug. 17
14% Aug. 29 14*2 Aug. 29

102% Jan.

108% Aug. 12

95% Jan.

107% Aug. 14
101% Jan. 24

95
75
88

55
63

Aug.
8
Aug. 22
July 10
98% Aug. 23

Mar.
Feb.

92

79% Jan.
50
Aug.

96

98

June

17*?

9% Jan.

a29% Aug. 19

98% Aug.
98% Aug.

a29%"Aug."l9
103

Aug.

5

83% Aug.

2

105*1 Aug.

14
98% Aug. 27
72
8
Aug.

102% Aug.

99% Aug.
99% Aug.

30

June 17

100% Mar. 26
83% Aug.

100% Jan.
93% Jan.

Mar. 26

May 18

"33"" Apr"."'8
104% Mar.

2

2 90% Jan.
8
2 105*1 Aug. 14

3 99%
66*1 Apr. 22 80
102% Aug, 22 103%
1
77% Jan. 2 100%
6
76% Jan.
2 100*?

9

Feb. 20
Jan.

11

Feb.

8

June 28
July
2

93
43

65%

Aug."

72" "Aug". 23

58~""June""6

65
43

63

Aug.
Aug.

63
44

55
8

¥

80
72

97% Apr. 12 104
82

17
9

Feb. 28
Jan. 23

2

56% Aug. 12
87% Apr. 24

56
40

Q F

Jan.

Aug.
July
59
Mar. 26 80
July
L01% Mar. 8 103% Aug.
85
May 10 100% July
97% Jan.
2 102% July
7
Mar. 5
19
Aug.
July
101% Jan.
4

59% Mar. 21

40""

M

June 28

37% June 20

130

Aug
118% Aug
76% Aug
113
Aug
107
Aug
107% Aug

102% 101% Aug.
90
83*2 Aug.
103
Aug.
99
97
Aug.
78
70
Aug.
102% 102% Aug.

A O

M

June 22

Aug. 20
May 6

113% Jan.

105% Aug

103" !03%

U 8

{♦Minn A St Louis Be ctfS.......1934 MN
...

12 103
29 114%
21 122
7 105

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2

29

M 8

(♦Mllw A State Line 1st guar 0%vl941 I
♦est A refund gold A.
♦kef A est aeries A K

94
110
118

5

132*2

56% Aug.
86
Aug. 27
1
94% Aug.
50
Aug. 30

Sale

6

3

Apr.
2 95% Aug. 12
Jan.
4 101% July 19
Apr. 20
Apr. 20 99
Jan.
2 108% Jan. 28
Aug.
1
145%' Jan, 18 150
77
95
99
108%

6

Aug.
50
Aug.
101
Aug.
106
Aug.
105
Aug.
104% Aug

73

Sale

Aug. 13

Aug.

164

103% Aug.
41
Aug.
100% Aug.

90% Aug.

87%

£ug-

2 103% Mar.
L04% Jan. 30 107% Aug.

50

107% 108
107 U Sale
107% Sale
99% Sale^ 99% 100
12%
16
14% 16
30)

92%
80

6, \79% Aug. 21

133% Aug.
123
Aug.

92

107%

AO

5

8% Feb.

95

50

M 8

1939

.1947

116*2

3

July

101% Jan.

20

18

"18 A "29"

91

Fa

lstext4Hs..........„—..1939

Con ext 4%s
1,000
31,000 tMII Spar AN W 1st gu A

1

104% 103% 105% 103% Aug.
107% Aug. 12
Sale
100% Sale
99% Aug.
101*2 Aug. 14
23%
19% 27
19% Aug.
5 19*2 Aug.
9
18
Aug. 24
29% 18
Aug. 30 20

59

J

i D

16

27
106% Aug. 15

104% Aug.
79% Sale
79% Aug.
110%
80% 78~"A"u"g.
106" " 106% 106% Aug.
88% Sale
88% Aug.

18% 20
70% Sale
65% Sale

I

3

16

49% Aug.

105*
107*

7lK

MN

I

67% Feb. 25
44% Jan.
76
Aug.

55
51

69
Aug.
96
Aug.
98% Aug.
88
Aug.
41% Aug.
48% Aug.

July
Jan.

9
3
4
28
May 14 .39% Jan.
Mar. 28
110% Jan. 3 114
Feb. 21
69% Mar. 30
Jan.
7
53
May 17
Mar. 1
105% Jan.
2 109
Mar. 6
100% Jan.
2 105
June 26
32
Jan.
4 45
26
Jan.
9 42
July
3
Aug. 22
25% Apr. 8 38
Aug. 14
29% Aug. 24 31

6

69% Aug. 16

83% Feb. 23

8 101
3 103
41

Jan.

102

72% Aug.

Sale

73

J

♦!€HANorlst

*9", 660

s

1

Jan.
Mar.

29% May 10

105% Aug. 14
61
Aug. 14
93% Aug. 17

111% 112

......

107,000
255,000
123,000

16

Mar. 15

99% June

104
105

92

8

J

106% Aug.

133% 132% Aug.
119
118% 119
Aug.

18% 22%
57% Sale
51%
54
35% 41

D

MN

Aug. 10

79% Aug.

Sale

.....

74

12

A O

JD

37

103% Aug. 27
9
98% Aug.
100% Aug. 3
19
Aug. 21

131

Sale

'i§K "29%

J

57,000
1,000
30,000
Ref A Imp 4%a series
92,000
C.......1979
13,000 Midland of N11st ext Be
1949

Sale
78
76% Aug.
102% 103 H 102% Aug.
95
98H 98
Aug.
99
100 %
99
Aug.
17% Sale
12% Aug.
104
105% 104
Aug.
104
104% 105
Aug.
58% 63% 56% Aug.
91
95
91
Aug.
Sale
69
68% Aug.
64
65
67
Aug.
Sale
67
63
Aug.
94% 95% 94% Aug.
Aug.
97% 98% 98
Sale
88
85
Aug.
39
39% 36% Aug.
43% Sale
40% Aug.
49% Sale
45% Aug.
104
105% 105% Aug.
114%
114% Aug.

118% 118

82%

20

108
Aug. 10
9
102% Aug.
80
Aug. 10

107
Aug.
100% Aug.
75% Aug.

129% 130%

"82%

ctft of
t D
AI "J®** Co Son 1stpartAln
Narnrn A
22,000
A
1943
175,000 Barton Steam Shorel s f g 4s....1947 A O
42,000
$K5rl2l,!!l£L1#t 7*-—Apr 1940 MN
1949
205,000 ^P0^. 6y.wlth warrants
i
42,000 Meridional Electric 1st 7s ser A..1907 A O

^tSyoB^BAIson

Aug. 30

Sale

110 H

A O

1

Sale

Sale

82

s::::::::io03 MN

39,000
*••0 4 %a series D lstAref 0SG.1903
75,000
...1948
76,000 M*t Water, Sewer A Drain 0 Us.. 1909
2,000

101.

34

103%

Sale

1
Aug.
Aug. 22

121% Aug. 16 121% Aug. 16
1
Aug.
103% Aug.
" 104

104 \

108 %
104 %

.

gu3«.:::i94i

106% 1072

Sale

102H Sale

__

OB* NW At

34 % Sale

m%

107%

AO

I

117
103 K 104

101

.

148% Aug. 26 150
Aug. 30 103

101

107 % 168"
107%
Sale
105
106%
104 % Sale
105% Sale

J D
MN

M

Aug. 22
Aug. 14

9
92% Aug.
80
Aug. 13
79% Aug. 21

114% Aug. 20 114% Aug.

10U
105 J

106K 107%

MS

J

Sale

100% 101%
106%

105 V
104
103
104
130
117
74 %
113

„

1900
AO
1943

•' deposit........
1,000
£Jf*SS?mped "*®dlfled
...
of deposit.......
27,000
1,564,000 {♦Manhartan Ry (N Y) con g 4a.. 1999
442,000
*CwtI0Mtw of deposit.....
•id 4s.......
nil
129,000
17,000
5**.1!* So®? scutt
10,000 tfanlla RR South Unas 1st A
1939
1st ext A...........
ipse

Sale

Sale

I

J,
JJ

168% "Aug.
150

Sale

100%

J
By Joint Monon 4s.
1903
MN
Bnoa A Gin die g 4s.
55,000
1900
F A
♦Lower Austrian Hydro-Else 4
4,000
He 1944

228,000
555,000
6,000
2,000

108

J

...

£®b*B®ntg lgt

Sale

I

3993|A

33", 666

Aug. "5

100% Sale

84,000
Guar ref gold
11 J»
74,000 Lortllard (P) Oodebfs.....
1944 * ?
181,000
0s........................
1951 F A
Lmrisfaua A Ark 1st 0s series A-1949 ' '
353,000
Gul El 1st A ref 0s
32,000
1903
36,000 }•»,*
Bridge go g 4s
1940
5,000
k®"1**.*Nashr gold0s..
19077•:
Unified gold 4s...
244,000
..1949 { *
64,000
J2J2WflwA
O
116,000
!"* i c®f0« oorles B..........3990 * g
240,000
Jj'.JwIIMiwriwC
3990 J O
6,000
g°M •» «.;;
..1941 A °
A
Paducah A Mem Diy 4s
13,000
1946
M 8
30,000
J t®wto Dly 3d gold 0S..
1989
,

108%

Sale

122

107

1943

...1941

Aug. 19
Aug. 3
Aug. 12
Aug. 21

121*1
36 H

28,000 Liggett A Myers Tobacco 7s..._.1944 * ?
0s....................„„.. ifsi F A
181,000
Little Miami gen 4s series A

103%
107%
95%
101%

38
31

—

1.02% 102 % 161"'
114
114% -

*

93",656 P»^*>«>c deb s f g 4s..

37% Aug.
1
36
Aug.
5
113% Aug.
2
74% Aug.
62% Aug. 13
107*1 Aug. 1
104% Aug. 19
42
Aug. 17
2
39
Aug.

108K

ID

J

1

102
L50

I

1

1

Aug.

97

Sale

103 % 103 % 1023
% Aug.
103% 107% 106% Aug.
91
93
93
Aug.
100% 95
99% 99
Aug.

A

I

81% Aug. 30

6 101

93

A

F

2

Sale

M B
O

.

80% Aug.

100% Aug.

110

A

F

81K
101

Aug. 22
1% Aug. 19

35% Aug.
35
33 %
33
Aug.
112U 112
Aug.
113% 112
Sale
70
70U 71
Aug.
Sale
60% 61% 59
Aug.
Sale
Sale
107
106 % Aug.
Sale
103 K Sale
103
Aug.
45
50
28
40
Aug.
39
38% Aug.
40
34
30
Aug.
31
29% Aug.
Sale" 88
92
87
Aug.
79
78% Aug.
76
■79%
Aug.

19,000
FA
65,000
A O
170,000
J
J
236,000
J
J
254,000
0 D
98,000
UN
10,000
6,000
♦6s stamped..................1943
10,000
♦6s ctfs stamped prin
1943
9,000
Keith Corp (B F) 1st sar i 4s
110,000
1944 M 8
55,000, {♦Kally-Sprlntflald Tire 4S......1942 AO
♦6s stamped
.———1942
| 20,000

:

6%

IK

Kanawha Ac Mich 1st in 14s.....1999 AO

127",656

Ask

Ask Bid

70
5%
1%

56% June 8
34% Mar 26
June 29
Aug. 14

4%
Ij
1

40

"4% "Aug."
1

Aug.
Aug.
1% Aug.
1

%

1%

Aug. 16
1
Aug.

"5% "Aug. "9
1

Aug. 7
1% Aug. 16
1% Aug. 16

.

June 26

7
% Feb. 13
Aug.

72
Aug."23
65% Mar. 18
53

Jan.

24

64% June 29

8*?

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

3
15
13

Aug. 16

n. y. stock

Sept., 1935]
Safes in

August
Value

N. 7.

July 1

STOCK EXCHANGE

no.

1933

to

Aug.

Aug. 311935
,-1938 j

34

j

27

..1938 j

.....

...

67.000

tat cona 5a ltd aa to Int.....

.1938 j

j

17,000
48,000
85,000

lat ft ref 4a aerlea a.........

.194* j

j

38%
25%

25-year g 5 he

.1949 m
.1978 j

p

20

j

85

lat ref
St

h

5ha aerlea b.........
p

&

8

8

m

ft

d
j

39 % Sale

j

33 %

x

19*7 a

170,000
3,000

Mar ft refund 5a aarlea a.... .19*8 f

570,000

♦General 4a....

802,000
25,000

♦lat ft ref 5a aerlea f

286,000

♦ 1st

381,000
42,000
474,000
27,000

15,000
3.000

31,666

o

....

.1977 mn

ft ref g 5a aer g
.1978 mn
..
♦Certlflcatee of depoalt.
♦Convertible gold 5ha....... riw mo
♦lat ref gold 5a aerlea h ..... .1989 a a
.

♦Certlflcatee of depoalt.
aer i

11981

♦lat ft ref 5a

28%
Sale
Sale

27
Sale

27
Sale

83
83

j

70

13

Montecatlnl Mln ft Aga Go inc
Deb g 7a
101,000
1*37
31,000 Mont Tram 1st ft ref 5s aeries a.. 1941
General ft refunding 5a a..— 1955
29,000
Gen ft ref 5a aerlea b.......... 1955
1,000
Gen ft ref a f 4 h* ur c........1955
Gen ft rof

a

f 5a

ser

"

84%
83%
83%
78%
83%
104%

o
j

137,000 Morris ft Co 1st a f 4h«
1939
399,000 Morris ft Essex 1st gu 3h«
mm j d
Conatr m 5s ser a............1955 mn
84,000
Constr m 4h* mr b__........1955 mn
314,000
596,000 Murray Body 1st mtge 6%s
1942 j d
14,000 Mutual Fuel Gas 1st gu 6*.......1947 mn

93

94%
85%
141%
109%

106%

Mutual Union Tel 5a.._.........l«41 mn
Namm (ai)ft Son—See Mfra'Trust Co
40,000 Nashville Chat ft St l lat 4a a..1978 f a
f a
1,000 Nash Flo ft Sheff lat gu g 5s
1937
155,000 Na«aau Slec guar gold 4a atpd... 1951 j J
14,000 National Acme lat mtge 4s......l942 J D
.1948 P A
420,000 National Dairy Prod dehl^t
395.000 Nat DistlUers Products deb 4%s.l945 mn

Mar.

July 17
42% July
1
25% July 23
24
July 24
85% Aug.
2
,

Mar. 28

29

20

-

—

8%
Sale
Sale

Aug.
26
Aug.
8% Aug.
25
Aug.
25
Aug.
25% Aug.

6
6
6
5
30
23
8
30
3
31

Aug. 17

26

26

9%
28%
26%
28%

Aug.
1
Aug. 23
Aug.
1
Aug.
Aug. 23
Aug.
1

"4% Aug".

6
Aug. 30

"7% Au~g"."23

25

29

25

Aug. 29

26

.....

Sale

70

25% Aug. 31
Aug.
6

.....

82%

80

74

70

70

41

40

88
14

Sale

8

7
Sale

74

5% Mar. 29
19% Apr.
1
18% Apr.
3
19% Apr., 1

Aug.
1
Aug. 10
Aug.
1

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale
85

100% 102

——

29

19% May 11
19% Apr.
1

8

Aug. 13

83

Aug.

1

76

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

75

2
Aug.
Aug. 22
28
Aug.

70

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
.....

45
40
13

11% Aug.
4% Aug,
5
Aug.
80% Aug.
102% Aug.
102% Aug.
101
Aug.
105% Aug.
93% Aug.

7%
7%
83

103%
103%
101%
107

97%

Aug. "l
Aug, 21
Aug. 26
Aug. 31
Aug. 16
Aug. 14
2
Aug.
Aug. 16
Aug. 21

1
74% Aug. 30 84% Aug.
6
Aug.
1 101% Aug.
9
86
Aug.
85% Aug.
9
85% Aug. 26 85% Aug. 26

101

21
June 20
Aug. 27

Jan.

35% May 16
40

July

94% Aug.
96%
85
88%
89
Aug.
133
Aug.
142% Sale
108
109
109
Aug.
106%

105

62%
101%
103%
99%

Sale
Sale
Sale

7
8
9

36% Jan.

7

Feb.

18

27% Jan.
11% Jan.
Feb.
27% Jan.
29% Feb.
27
Feb.
7% Jan.

26
26

30

30

30
26

18

26
18
19

8

Feb. 18
Aug. 10

30% Feb. 18
27
Feb. 11
83
85

Aug.
1
June 20

80% Apr. 20
48
Jan.
4
44% May 16

JanT"25
Jan.

2

79

9% Jan.
85% Jan.

15
3

102%
100%
97%
93 J
67

9

Apr.

03% Aug. 16
03% Aug. 14
July 19
07% June 29
98
July 17

Aug. :
Apr.

Apr.

!
:

.02

Jan.

Jan.

May
01% Aug.
Aug.
85% Aug.
78% July
79% Feb.
[05% May
95% Jan.
94

74% Aug.
96% Aug.
77
Apr.
85

86

Aug.
Feb.

Apr.

101

Jan.

93

97
1
89
1
6 146
9 109%

Aug. 13
Aug. 19
Aug, 26
Aug.

94

105

64

16%

July
4% Aug.
5
June

Aug. 15
1
Aug.

105"" Sale" 103% Aug. 29
89% Aug. 30
96% Sale
90

10

16

89% Feb. 26

~9~

73

.....

Aug.
Mar.

4
6
9
26
18
14
28
2

Jan.

8

96% Jan.

11

[02

86% Aug. 29
105
Aug. 20
59% Aug. 28
60
102
102% 101% Aug. 10
103% Aug.
7
103% Sale
99
99
Aug. 24
99%
104%
59%

87% Aug.
7
Aug. 20
62% Aug.
2
102% Aug.
8
104
Aug.
2
100% Aug.
3

105

83% July
98
Mar.
103% Jan. .

.10

102

86

87
103

4

18% Apr.

74

76

4

life 3?

85

41

5%

19

Mar. 29
Mar. 30

26% Aug.

25

25
10

18

18% Apr.

25%
Sale
Sale

45

Sale

Jan.

25

26

37

Sale

101

d..........1955

Mar. 23

June 28

37
30

Jan.
Jan.

103 %
103%
102% 103"
101% 101 % 101%
106%
105% Sale
94
95%

o

4

Apr.

Jan.

81

78

...

Mar. 15

62

45

4%
6%
5% Sale

♦Refunding ft Impror't 4ha ..1977 m s
♦Sec 5% notea
19,000
1938 m s
19,000 Mohawk ft Mai lat go « 4a
..1991 M «
76,000 Monongahela Ry 1st m 4s ser a..1960 m n
J
52,000 Mont Cent lat gu g *a_...
1937 j
J
1st guar gold 5a..
21,000
.......1937 J
158,000 Montana Power lat ft ref 5s a...1943 J J
Deb gold 5a aerlea a..
253,000
19*2 r d

26% Apr. 26

73

55

40

18.000

29

34% Aug,
28% Aug. 19
39% Aug. 14
25% Aug.
3
21
Aug.
8
85% Aug.
2

36% Aug.
6
32
Aug.
6
34% Aug.
6
12
July 12

67%

88%

36%

J

{♦Mobile ft Ohio gen gold 4a ....1938 m 8
♦Montgomery dlv lat g 5a
...1947 f a

10
30
14
16

81

"75"

j

J

Aug.
Aug.
22
Aug.
19% Aug.
80% Aug.

43% Aug.
9
39% Aug. 19
39
Aug. 13
17% Aug. 12

Sale

j

...

27
37

36% Aug.
32
Aug.
34% Aug.
12% Aug.

24%
25%
24%

25%

...1945

32% Aug. 28

39% Sale
37%
37%
16%

Sale

35%
15%

25

j

8mall

Sale

36

a2V4
Sale

4%... July 1938

Mortgage gold 4a

Sale
28%
38%

30

Sale

Mobile ft Btraa prior Hen i 5a ...1945
Small

ext at

Sale Prices

May
Aug. 23

25%
24%
8%
25%
24%
25%
24%
6%

29

UN

Sale Prices

66

Sale

25%

♦Certlflcatea of depoalt...

Highest

Sale Prices

70% Aug.

29

s

.1975 ms

Lowest

Sale Prices

24% Aug.
9
66
Aug. 23

28%
25%
9%
28%
25%
28%
25%
5%

♦Certlflcatee of depoalt....

5,000 ♦Mo Pac 3d 7a

18",000

Sale
36%
13% Sale

♦Certlflcatee of depoalt....
........

82

243
663

.1978 x

4%« aer d

Highest

80

Prior Uen 5a aerlea a........ .19*2 j
1
40-year 4s aerlea b
....... .19*2

♦Cum adjuat 5a aerlea a
Ian
{♦Mlaaourl Pacific rr Co-

Ask

22% Sale
20%
24%

25 H
70% Sale
24

j

Mlaaour-Kanaaa-Taxaa rr—

Pr Hen mtfts

37

80

.1941 mn

lat Chic Term a i 4a

611,666

Sale
Sale

Term

Cent

69,000 1+Mleeonrl-KlUmola rr 5* ear a, ..1989 j
514,000 Mo Kan ft Tex lat i 4a........ .1990 j
400,000
150,000
259,000
599,000

39%

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Ask Bid
Sale
33%
26
29%

Bid

176,000 MStPftSSM4s atpd guar
1st cona 5a.
35,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

BONDS

29

exchange—bonds

.06% May 17

46

Jan.

Aug. 26
June 24

86% Aug. 29 97
Feb. 21
Apr. 10 105% Apr. 26
Apr.
4 62% July 24
Jan.
9 102% Aug.
8
Jan.
2 105
Feb. 23

Aug. 24 100% June 22

National Ky ot Mexico—

9,000

♦Prior lien 54-year a f 4h»1957
♦Assent cash warr recta No 4 oc
♦Guar 4c Apr 1914

coupon.....1977
Assent
warr
6,000
receipt No 5 on
♦Nat rr Max prior Hen g 4ha ..192*
♦Assent cash warr rect Nor 4 on
10,000
♦First cons gold 4s.....
.1951
♦
Assenting cash warr rect No 4 on
99,000
1965
1,919,000 Nat Steel 1st coll mtge s f 4s

2
a

3%
1%
j

d

104

m n

197,666

n j Pow ft Light 1st 4%a

n o ft n'eastern ref 4h* series

1,128,666
566,000
1,094,000
1,303,000

Consol 4s aeries a............1998

1,215,000
167.000

64,000
88,000
244,000
1,687,000
263,000

1997

>Ha

Dsbenture 4s of 1912—........1942

?4H

j
o

25%
31%
31%
30*

c
a

a

o
j

55.000

149,000

aer

f

a

7

3% Aug.

9

3% Aug. 20

3

Mar. 27

6% Jan.

15

...

116%

3% Aug. 17
Aug.
6
103% Aug. 23 105% Aug. 13
2

64
-----

Il9%~Aug. l6

69

27
Sale
Sale
Sale

Ifl4%

Sale
Sale

Sale

27
28%
32%
32%
33
32%
31%
30%
33%
32%
107% 110%

Feb.

2

Aug.
Aug.
Apr.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July

24
27
29
12
27
27
X
27
14
3
28

111% Sale
83% Sale
67% Sale

71% Aug

J

96%

Sale

94

94%
95%
67%

Sale

J

92% Aug.
94
Aug.
65% Aug.
85
Aug.
84% Aug.
101% Aug.
70% Aug.
59
Aug.
61% Aug.
106% Aug.
107
Aug.
68% Aug.
49% Aug.
111% Aug.
106% Aug.
106% Aug.

95

o

Sale

89

Sale

85

86

Sale

102

Sale

71

Sale

Sale

61%

Sale

Sale

106%

Sale

85

88%

Sale

108

102%

61
63%
106% Sale
106% 107%

Sale
72
68% Sale"
Sale
55
51
61%
111% 111%
111% Sale
Sale
107
108% 108%
106% Sale
107% Sale

1938
a..1941

c.......1951

14

82% Aug. 24
82% Aug. 27
74% Aug. 31
26
6
Aug.
34
Aug. 27
33
Aug. 27
1
31% Aug.
34
Aug. 27
107% Aug. 30

Aug.
78% Aug.
71
Aug.
26
Aug.
30
Aug.
30% Aug.
27% Aug.
29
Aug.
107% Aug.

100

Sale

Sale

9

16
11

78

Sale

l\H

3

July 25
Aug.
9

73%

o

8

105% Aug. 24
9
70
Aug.

Sale

a

121

July
July
Feb.

Aug.
Aug.

46%

"80%

19

Feb.
122

Aug.
64% Aug.

Sale

87%
101%

June 28

Jan.

70

Sale

88

120% Aug. 21

4% Jan.
7
102% June 19 105% Aug. 13
60
Feb. 25 65
Apr. 25
113% Jan.
8 120% Aug. 21
2

Feb.

67%
73%

a

5

68

86

1st lien ft ref 5a b............i1
1st lien ft ref 5a aeries

16

l02"

ilo%

....

104,000 n y Edison lat ftrafiHa

4% Jan.

Sale

107%

o

Refunding 5Ha aerlea a......1974
m s
Refunding 4ha series g......1978

Serial 5a g notea

June 28

Sale

Sale

m n

a

3-year 6% gold notes..........1935
42,000 n y Connecting 1st gu 4ha a...1953
lat gtd 5s series b..
...1953
2,000
...1951
124,000 n y Dock 1st gold 4a

246.000

Sale

a

1937

7

2

50

Ref ft Impt. 4Ha series a......2413
f
Lake Shore coll g 3ha........ 1998
f
Mich Cent coll g 3 ha
1998
n y Chic ft St Louis lat g 4a

Jan.

5

100

79%
d

Ref ft Impt 4Ha aeries a......2413 a o
Ref ft Impt 5s series c........2413 a o
n ▼ c ft h r g mtge

2% July 30

2% Aug.

Sale" 104% Sale
Sale

a.1952

New York Central conv sec 6s...1944

65
-----

64%

{New Orleans p 8 lat ft ref 5a a ..1952
lat ft ref 5s aerlea b_.......... 1955
230.000

95,000 New Orleans Term lat 4a guar... 1953
16,000 t*n o Tex ft Max non cum use 0al935
♦First 5s series b.
1954
162,000
♦lat mtge gold 5a aeries c
1956
138,000
♦lat 4h* Miles d ............195*
283,000
♦ First
5h> series a
.......1954
417,000
2,000 Npt ft Cln b gen gu g 4h* .....1945
n y ft Bklyn ft m b cona g 5a... 1935

2% Aug. 13

5

3
Sale
2%
Sale
103% Sale

99

105

a.. 1983

232,666

347,000
110,000

d

..1964
aer

7

2% Aug.

62%
,61%
Aug.
120% 121% 120
121% Sale
116% 118% 115% Aug.
120% Sale

......1945

England t ft t 34-yr 5s a
1952
m n
1st g 4ha aeries b
....19*1
n j Junction rr gu 1st 4a......198* V A

91,000 New Orleans Great Nor 5a

2% Aug.

3%

71
j

101,000
123,000

50

119%

d

guar..1945

...

New

.....

3%

2

Nsugatuck rr 1st g 4*.........1954
8,000 Newark Consol Gas 5a.......... 1948 j
New England rr cons 5a
Cons guar 4*..

2%
2%

•?

o

♦

Jan.

111% Aug.
86
Aug.
70% Aug.
76% Aug.

96

70

88%
87%
102%
74%
63%
68
107
108

72

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug*
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan.

1

Aug. 17
Aug. 12
Mar.

1
15
13
2
1
13
15
17
19
14
6

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

Apr.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Aug.
Aug.
Jan.

Aug. 29

Aug. 30
Aug.
7
107% Aug. 25
109% Aug. 12

Apr.
Aug.
May
July

124% Aug.
114
Aug.

Jan.

56

112

n y ft Erie—See Erie rr.

1948 j d
17,000 n y Gas el Lt Ht ft Pow 5s
p a
Purchase money coll tr g 4a...1949
55,000

13,000 n y ft Greenw l prior lien gu 5s.l946
294s
17,000 n y ft Harlem g 3ha
1973
125,000 n y Lack ft Western 4a ser a
Guar 4hs series b_...........1973
NYLlftW Goal ft rr 5hs
1942
Dock ft Impt 1st 5a...........1943
3,000

mn
m n

.

NY* Long Branch gen 4s

For footnotes, sea page 33.




1941

'

mn
nn
m n

j

j

m 8

104%
95

123% 124% 119
111
113% Sale

121
Aug.
111% 110% Aug.

122

92%
95
92% Sale
101% 102% 101%
98% Sale
100% Sale
106

106
95

99

95

106

106

103%

100%

91
101
98

Aug,
Aug.
Aug.

94% Aug. 26
102% Aug.
3
100% Aug.
1

Jan.

98
98
94,

99
106

Aug. 15 106"

"Aug." 15

7 94%
5 102%
May 21 102%
Mar. 30 108%
Apr. 26 99

82% May

106

-----

124% July 27
115
July
9

105

Jan.

Feb.

101% Jan.

4 107

Aug. 26
Aug. 3
May 6
Feb. 19
May
4
June
7

2 104% June 29

30

N. Y. STOCK

Sales in

Low from

BONDS

August
Value

EXCHANGE—BONDS
PRICES IN AUGUST

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

July 1 1933

N. 7. STOCK EXCHANGE

so,

to

Aug.

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Aug. 311935
Ask

Ask

Bid

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

N Y New Haven Be Hertford—

30,000
15,000
47,000
125,000
110,000
37,000
593,000
203,000
342,000
615,000
94,000
430,000
108,000

Non-con* debenture 4a—.1
Non-con* debenture

I

>Hi

29

Sale

32%
28%
29%
29%

34 %

Non-con* debenture

Sale

Non-con* debenture 4a——1

Sale

Non-con* debenture 4s...——1

29%

Aug. 2
Aug. 12
1
Aug.
1
Aug.
Aug. 2

36

33%
33%
37

36%

Convertible debenture IMI...1

Sale

30% Aug.

6

34

1

Sale

1
36% Aug.
1
48
Aug.
1
20% Aug.
32
Aug. 28
91% Aug. 31
47% Aug. 6
1
38
Aug.

44

Convertible debenture 4s

Collateral truat 4a

1

1st Be ref

4H«

aer

Sale

.....1

Sale

1

Debenture 4a.....

Sale

of 1927

Harlem R Ac Pt Chea »it 4a

1

93%

N Y Ont Be West 1st«

4a... J una l
General 4s.....—......——1

Sale

Sale

N Y Pro* Be Boston gen 4s
N Y Ac Putnam 1st con guar

24,556
452,000
64,000
63,000
36,000
26,000
5,000
3,000
16,000
21,000
54,000

♦N Y

1
4s ..1
..Jan 1

RyaCorp inc4a

"85""

"82% Aug."'"§

Sale

...1

14 %

11% Aug.
14% Aug.
88
Aug.
90
Aug.
108% Aug.
1% Aug.
2% Aug.
108% Aug.
105% Aug.
105
Aug.

♦Income 6s assented

J

J

Sale

MK

Prior lien 6s series A—.......1

Sale

Prior lien 6s assented.......!

90

1

N Y Ac Rich Gas 1st 6s A

{♦N Y Stats Rye 4%a A ctfa ....1
♦6%a ser B ctfa...... .......J
New York Steam 1st 4s ssr A....1
1st mortgage 5a.._.

Sale

2%
Sale

107%

1st mortgage 5s...............1

.1

30,000

N Y Susq Be West 1st r-»f g 5s
Second gold 4Hs.......

7,000
4,000
1,000
201,000
65,000
74,000
670,000
225,000
330,000

!
—1

Sale

44
48 %

General gold 5s......——!
Terminal 1st gold As——J

N Y Tel let Ac gen* f4Hi
N Y Trap Rock 1st s f g 6s
6s stamped

100

1

N Y Westches Ac Bos 1st 4Ms

40
99

Sale

110%
80%
Sale
78%
Sale
26%
107% 107
Sale
92%

1
1

........

50%
41%

81%

.1

Nlag Lock At Ont Pow 1st 5s A...1

Niagara Share (Mo) deb 5%a—!

■■

55

27%
38%
94

53%
42

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

19

Mar. 27
Feb. 27

39

13

28
27

13

24% Feb. 26

15

Feb. 26
26% Mar. 19
Feb. 26
Mar. 29

37
40

15
12
14

14

14

84%"A'u"g".: "8
19

26

18

23

12

1% Aug.

29

24

12
1

2% Aug. 12

19 109% Aug.
29 107
Aug.
28 106% Aug.

Jan.

39

Jan.

36
52

7
7

Jan.

87

95% Jan.

25

61

Jan.
Jan.

2
22

87% Jan.

id

26

3

Apr.
4
May 11
1
32% Apr.

23

8
7
4

40

Feb.

Apr.

tr

14
23

18

Jan.
Jan.

7
10
4
7

Mar. 29

1

1

#

14

6

Aug.
Aug.
1
96
Aug.
5
97
Aug.
29 110% Aug.

26

Jan.

36% Jan.

Apr.
Jan.

75
8

10% July
70% Feb.
90
July
105% Feb.
1 % Feb.
1% Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

63

30% Jan.
45

49

Aug. 26
Aug. 23
96
Aug. 29
97
Aug. 24
110% Aug. 12
19

18

2*" June 14
2
July 13
Mar. 11

1

108

Feb.

111

7

104% Jan.
104% Jan.

107
107

5

Mar.

9

Apr.

12

63

Jan.

52

Jan.

8
9
10
24

r

50% Aug.
41
Aug.
46% Aug.
100
Aug.
111
110% Aug.
83
77
Aug.
79% 76
Aug.
Sale
21Aug.
108
107
Aug.
Sale
91% Aug.

31
15
2

53% Aug. 17
43% Aug. 26
48% Aug. 13

12 100
Aug. 12
29 111% Aug.
1
13
80
Aug. 13

13
1

80%
27%
2 107%
1
94%

46

Apr.

*

41

Aug.

37% Mar.
97% Mar.
Jan.

109

51% Jan.
100

Jan.
>

111% Aug.
86

Aug. 15
Aug. 19
Aug. 17
Aug. 7

85
32
108

July
July
Jan.

1
9

2
8

Mar. 11

94% Aug.

7

Nordeutache Lloyd (Bremen)—

63,000
44,000
118,000
171,000
23,000
8,000
152,000
13,000
512,000

♦20-year a f 6s................!
New 4 6%
1
Nord Rya extl a f 4%a—————1

♦{♦Norfolk South 1st At

rei

1
77
85% 80% Aug.
80% Sale
47 % Sale
42
47
47%
Aug. 29
al50%Sale al 50% Sale zl49%Aug. 21
14
15% Sale
14% Sale
Aug. 28
13%
15%
12% Aug. 12
49
50
"44" 53% 50
5
Aug.
116 ■« Sale
112% 114
112% Aug. 30
108
108%
107% Aug. 22
Sale" 98% Aug. 28
101% Sale

5s A.l

♦Certificates of deposit.
♦{♦Norfolk At South 1st g 5a....
Norfolk At West Ry 1st con g 4s...
Pocahontas C At C Joint 4s....
North American Co deb 5s
...

105,000 North Am Bdtson deb 5s ser A-..1957
331,000
Deb5ttsserB
Aug 15 1963
Deb 5s series C
Nov 151969
315,000
5,000 North Cent gen At ref As ser A...1974
Gen At ref 4Ha series A
2,000
...1974
11,000 {♦Northern Ohio 1st guar g 5s..1945
♦£* Apr '33, Oct '33, Apr *34 coups
...

Stamped

F
M
M
M
A

£
A
>

E
E
€

....

coups

as

Nor Ohio Trac Ac Lt 6s

1947 M

S

Northern Pacific prior lien 4s...1997
Gen Uen ry At Id gt 3s
Jan 2947

451,000
184,000

Ref At Impt 4%a Series A—...2947
Ref At Impt 6s Series B
2947

1,365,000
103,000
138,000

Ref At Impt 5s Series C

•

61", 600

Norwegian Hydro-El Nit 5%a

N'western Teles 4%s extended ..1944

•

'

1957 MN

Ogden At Lake Ch 1st guar g 4a..19
Ohio Connecting Ry 1st 4a
19
Ohio Pub Service 1st At ref

{♦Old Ben Coal 1st g 6s
Ontario Power N P 1st 5s

Ontario Transmission 1st 5a

1st guar cons 5s stamped
...19
Ore-Wash RRAtNav IstAcref 4s...19
Oslo Gas At Elec extl s f g 5s.....19

Otis Steel

sec

g 6s series A

Sale

assented

'

73
83
97

Sale

Sale

92%

Sale

94% Sale
108%
106% Sale
107%
102%
97%
96%

Sale

90

Sale

92

38% Aug.
108% Aug.
Aug.
71% Aug.
82% Aug.
96
Aug.
92
Aug.
89% Aug.

101

108%
106% 107% 106
108
108% Sale
102%
97
94
95%
30

Sale

29

107%
107%
H3~" 112
112% 112
113
111% 112% 111%
103% 101% 102% 101%
103

"20"

18%

19%

Sale

112% 113.

112

110

Sale

106%
117% 118%
8%
Sale" 103%
102
100%
Sale

107

Sale

100%

Sale

99

41

Jan.

8
22

June

13

Aug.
6
Aug. 14

120

June 19

112

Aug. 20

46% Aug.
45

112
107
Sale

103
18

112%
109%
106%
116%
117%

Sale

103
100% 100
Sale
98%

40

3

Mar. 22

May 27
Aug. 15

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
95
Aug.
94% Aug.

110%
104%
73 %
87%
101%

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

108

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

97% Aug.
33% Aug.
107% Aug.
112% Aug.
112
Aug.
101% Aug.
103% Aug.
88
Aug.
113% Aug.
110% Aug.
108% Aug.
118
Aug.
118% Aug.
106
Aug.
zl00%Aug.
100
Aug.

15
9
9
9
17
15
2

50% Jan. 10
9
107% Aug.
113
July
9
112% July 17

29

105%
109%
107%
101%
101%
13%

9
16
10
113% June 20
117% Feb. 20
Mar.
3
109
104

109%

101
*•

69%
36

45

105%
'

Sale
Sale
Sale

100

105
105

108

109

June
Jan.

101% July
100
July
107% Jan.
113% Mar.
105% Jan.

'

105
105.

64% Aug. 21

60

Jan.

7
118% May
3
119% May
106
July
8
100% July 11
100
Aug. 13

114%
115%

96'

Feb.

18

105

OA

Jan.

104%

109

21
""
23
26
8
10
13

103
105
94%

W

1951

June 20

9

06% Aug. 14
111% Aug. 22
105% Aug. 12
46
Aug. 16
46
Aug. 16
64
Aug. 27

'

2

May 15

Aug. 28

106% I05% Aug".
111% 110
Aug.
106
105% Aug.
51%
41% Aug.
Sale
40
Aug.
100
61 % Aug.
81%
61
Aug.

106% 106% 105%
110%
110% Sale
105%
42% Sale
42% Sale
58
62% 64
61
56%
64%

9
9

Aug. 19
Feb. 19

Aug.
108% Aug.

2
42% 41
Aug.
42% Aug. 24
106% 105% Aug. 19107
Aug.
1
100 ;
8 100% Aug.
99%
98% Aug.
1

105% 106

11

July

Aug.
Aug.

1
8

Jan.

40%

93

20

July
July

106

97

Pacific Tel At Tel 1st 5s
1937
39-year 5a series A.
43,000
...1952
1,000 Paducah At Illinois 1st s f 4 Ha—195!)
78,000 ♦{♦Pan-Am Petr (Cal) 1st g 6s...1940
♦Certificates of deposit
260,000
17,000 {♦Paramount B'way 1st 5 %a
1951
♦Certificates of deposit
26,000

43

Sale

...1946

Pacific G At B gen At ref 5s ser A..1942
Pacific RR of Mo 1st ext 4s......1938

5%s

39

109% Sale
102% Sale

99

19

Pacific Coast Co 1st g 5s

Sale

38%

108% Sale
104% Sale
72% Sale

110%
108%
116%
118%
105%
100%

.19
Oregon RR At Nav con g 4s.....19
Oregon Short Line 1st con g 5a..19

41", 606

•

Jan.

Aug. 30

102% Aug. 10
103
July 31
100% Aug. 19

-

103
17
113

......19
....19

♦2d extended gold 5s.........1938

<

Aug.

171

12% June

99% 99% 98% Aug.
102% Aug.
100% Sale 100% Aug. 26 102% Aug.
98% Sale
98% Aug.
1 100% Aug.
119
120
120
123% 117
Aug. 27 120
Aug.
111
111
113
112%
Aug. 30 112
Aug.
43
46%
65
46%
65
Aug.
9 46% Aug.
43
55
43%
48

30%
107%
112%
111%
101%

7%a—19

1st At ref 7s series B
19
Ohio River RR 1st g 5e_........19
General gold 5s.........
..19

10,000
134,000
128,000

12

9
52% Mar. 7
Feb. 15
85

35% Jan.
110% Jan.
106
Jan.
81% Jan.

Sale

95

MM

North States Power 5s A........1941
1st At ref 6s series B
...1941

32,000
2,000
27,000
12,000
17,000
28,000
2,000
20,000
2,000
37,000
22,000
50,000
401,000
29,000
350,000

Apr.

July
Mar.

135

Sale

99

99

101% Sale

.....2947

36,000
'

14

Jan.

63
42

102% Sale

87

2947

Ref At Impt 5s Series D

Northern Ry of Calif guar 5a

174",666

9
13
5
22
23
30
5
6

1 and

♦Oct 11933 and Apr 11934
ser A

6,000
70,000
414,000

to sale of April

M

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

105%
109%
105%
33%
33%
42%

20
12

30
18
17
18
24

'■ Aug. 16
Aug. 16
64% Aug. 27
64% Aug. 21

46
46

42

55

60

June 25

{Paramount-Famous-Lasky 6a...1947
104,000

♦♦Proof of claim filed by owner.... J
♦Certificates of deposit.....

126,000
156,000 Paramount Pict Inc

6s deb

s

D

100

Sale

100

Sale

f_._1955

100

Augt
Aug.

93

Aug.

102% ;Aug.
103% Aug.
136
Aug.
30
Aug.
30% Aug,
118
Aug.

106% Aug.
5
106% Aug.
5
zl39% Aug.23
35
Aug. 10
32
Aug. 12
118
Aug. 15

5
5
4% Aug. 31

105

Aug.
5
Aug. > 5
94% Aug. 31

105

Aug.
Aug.

{Paramount Publix Corp 5%a_„.1950
♦♦Proof of claim filed by owner....
81,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........
96,000
51,000 Paris-Orleans RRBxt s f 5 Ha
1968
40,000 {♦Park Lexington 6%a ctfs
1953

24,000 Parmelee Trana

deb 6a

con*

102% Sale
102
32
31

1944

1,000 Pateraon At Passaic G At B 5s
1949
♦Pauliata Ry 1st At ref 7s ser A...1942
Pennsylvania Co—

23,000

3,000

"8,000

118%

142%
34
Sale

—

30

31

-----

138

Sale
32

116%

89

84%

59% Jan.
58% Jan.
130% July
17% Jan.
23
Mar.
116
87

Feb.

July

106% Aug.
5
106% Aug.
5
163
Feb. 25
35
Aug. 10
33
May 20
118% July 25
94
Mar.
6

•

Guar 3%a tr ctfs series A.....IS
Guar 3Hi coll tr ctfs ser B
IS

103%
102% 103
102%
101%
102%
105% Sale
92
Sale

Guar g 3%a tr ctfa series C...1S
Guar g 3%a tr ctfs series D...1S

40-year guar tr ctfs 4s Ser E—11

Secured gold 4%i.104,000
124,000 Pann Dixie Cement 1st 6s A..

If

IS

102%
102%
99
.

102% Aug.
3 l02% "Aug. 14
102% Aug. 15 102% Aug. 15

101% --i.
103

102 »

Mar. 26

102 £
102 &
103

Aug. 14
July 18
May 23

99% Jan.
104% Jan.
71% Mar.

103

June

103
Apr.
104% Mar.
98% Jan.
107
Feb.

106% July 15
2
106% Aug.
9
106% July
111
July 18
114% June 15
2
113% May
2
119% Mar.
6
109% July
5
115% July

102
102

Sale

105% Sale
90%
91

100

98% Jan.
98

113
Aug. 14 103 " Aug. 14
1
105% Aug. 23 105% Aug.
9
90% Aug. 29 93% Aug.

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

5

107% Apr. 26
93% Aug.
9

Penn Ohio At Detroit RR—

1st Ac ref gold 4H* series A..—If
27,000
4%s series B
84,000
...If
704,000 Penn Pow At Lt 1st M 4Hs
If
7,000 Penn RR consol gold 4s
—If
Conaol gold 4s
56,000
If
22,000
Stamped dollar bonds
If
111,000 ; Consol 4Hi Issue of 1915
If
General 4Hs Series A
385,000
..—If
...

137,000

General 5s Series B

If

15-year secured 6 Ha
158,000
1*
Secured gold
169,000
5s..............If
Debenture gold 4Hi
604,000
...If
General 4Ha series D.
412,000
Gen mtge 4%s series E
460,000
...If
14,000 Peoples Gas At Coke 1st 9s.—.. .If
Refunding gold 5s........
172,000
If

For footnotes, see page 33.




r

A

O

104% 105
106%
105% Sale
111

112% Sale
iil%
117

Sale

108% Sale
115

Sale

102% Sale
106%
97%
106

105%
116%
106%

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

104% 104% 103% Aug.
106%
106% Aug.
Sale
105
j.04% Aug.
109
111
Ill
Aug.
109% 110% ixj.% Aug.
109% 111
110% Aug.
116% 117
115% Aug.
107% Sale
106% Aug.
113% Sale 112% Aug.
102% Sale
102% Aug.
106% 107% 106% Aug.
96
96% Sale
Aug.
104% Sale
103% Aug.
103% Sale 103% Aug.
116% 117
116% Aug.
106% 107
105% Aug.

105

Aug.
106% Aug.
106
Aug.
Ill
Aug.
xi3
Aug.
111% Aug.
118
Aug.
108% Aug.
115
Aug.
102% Aug.
107% Aug.
97% Aug.
106% Aug.
105% Aug.
118
Aug.
107
Aug.

21
2
1

15
6

108

22

108

Jan.
Jan.

9

114% Jan.t

1

104% Mar.

1

109

1

22

15
1

5
14
23

Mar.

102% Aug.
105

Jan.

90% Apr.
100% Jan.
99% Jan.
110% Jan.
-98%; Jan.

10

106

Jan.

108

June 28

97% July 31
107
July
6
9
106% July
118
Aug. 14
9
107% July

Sales in

31

stock exchange—bonds

Sept., 1935]

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

August

bonds

Value

n. y. stock exchange

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

July 1 1933
Aug.

sfl,

1

.

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Aug.31 1935
Bid

26,000 Peoria Ac Etit 1st cone 4a...
60,000
'Income 4a (flat)——+•
„

J

62 X

1'

4%

..1

106 % 108 X
88 X Sale
76 H Sale

6,000 Peoria Ac Pekln Un let Sttr A...1

191,000 Pere Marquette 1st 5a eeriea A...11
154,000
let 4a 8eriea B................1*
107,000
let A 4Ha eeriea C
..........I1
62,000 Phlla Bait ft Waah let A 4a..... 1«

79 %
111

a

113

106""
62

X

38H
26 H
102 H

146,000 Phillipa Petroleum deb SKa.....l
22,000 Plllabury Flour Mllla3*-jr 4a..—P
2,000 Pirelli Go (Italy) cony 7a........11

§4,000

General g Sa

tri

igg

27
Sale

25
102 H

107
65

108
85

107

110

17
2
3
17
12
12
29
30
13
8
10
8
23
13
9
2

90
80

82X
111H
119H
113H
112H
101X
106 H
106 X

63H
43

27
102 H
108 X
z82

Aug.. 23
Aug. 20
Aug. 15
Aug. 27
1
Aug.
Aug. 16
Aug. 2
Aug. 12
Aug. 27
Aug. 30
Aug. 5
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug. 12 110

•

64

30)
22)

Mar. 25

105^
82

108j| Feb.

15
_

115 X Aug.

111

104

61,000 '{'Pressed Steel Gar 10-year 5s..1933
5.000 Providence Securities deb 4a gu*.1957

Mar.

Apr.

107
53

Feb. 15
Mar. 14

Aug.
66X Aug.

8

71
75X Sale
Aug. 17
Aug. 28 80
1
106 H 107 H 106 X Aug. 29 107 H Aug.
52
Sale
Aug. 15
48% Aug.
6 53

34% Sale

Sale

51

25

22H

29H Aug. 3
50
Aug. 27
25
Aug. 12

Sale

29

IBS

38
Aug. 21
54 H Aug. 12
25
Aug. 12

42

25H

88*
20
88 H

Providence Terminal lat 4a.
1956
73",000 Public Serv E ft G 1st ft ref 4 Hs.. 1947
40,000
lat ft ref 4Ha .......
....1970
.

24 105"" Aug. *2
104H Aug. 23 105X Aug. 5
Aug. 21
104H Aug.
2 107
1
101X 101X 101X Aug. 16 101H Aug.
96 H Sale
95
99
Aug. 22
Aug. 29

105"" 109" 104H Sale" 104X Aug.
105

1st ft ref gold 4s.
69,000
..........1971
73,000 Pure Oil Co s f gold 53^8
1940
288,000 Purity Bakeries Corp s f g 5s
1948
{' Radio Keith Orph pt pd ctfa
for deb 4s ft com stk (65% pd)....
2,000
49,000
"Debenture gold 6s
1941
74,000 Read Go Jersey Cen coll g 4s
1951
192,000
Gen ft ref 4H* series A.......1997
78,000
Gen ft ref 4Hs series B........1997
181,000 Rem Rand 5Hs A With warr
1947
11,000
5H* without warrants.
.....1947

106
105
Sale

Sale

ei*
97 X
106 H
106 H
104 H

104 X Sale
106 H Sale

54X Aug. 26
Sale

52

51
Aug.
1
97
Aug.
9
104H Aug, 19
104 X 104H Aug. 29
Sale
103 X- Aug.
9
104
Aug. 23 104H Aug. 14

Sale

98

Sale

106

Sale

Sale

104

116

Rensselaer ft Saratoga lat gu 4a.1941

48,666 Republic Iron ft Steel a f 5a
1940
106,000
Ref ft gen 5Hs series A.......1953
103,000 Revere Copper ft Brass 4s A.....1948
33,000 'Rheinelbe Union s f g 7s....... 1946
34,000 'Rhino-Ruhr Wat Serv 4s....
1953

al06~

MN
MN
P A
A O
M N
M N
Richmond ft Mecklenburg 1st 4s.l948 M N

~2~,666

Aug.22 106# Aug. *22
Aug. 6
Aug. 29

104 H 103 % Aug.
2 105 X
108 H 107 X Aug. 29 108#
34H 32 X Aug. 10 33 X
29H 26 H Aug. 12 28
34 H Aug. 22
32
Aug.
5

39H
36
Sale

31%
31X
30 H
30 H

38
Sale
Sale

Aug. 31
Aug. 13
Aug. 16
Aug.
2

106 X

I67H"Aug"""9

62 X

52 X Aug; 16

90 H

Richmond Term Ry 1st guar 5s.. If
2,000 ♦Rlma Steel s f 7a...—...—...11
8,000 Rio Grande June lat guar g 5a.. 11

104

99H
82X

Jan.
4
Aug. 29
Apr.
4
June 12
Mar. 26
May 4
May 17
Aug. 24
Aug. 23
July 30
Jan,
2
Feb. 11

94H Aug.

80 H
32H
108 X
109 X

109

W.

W
39H
Sale

.

15

15

Feb.
Jan.

8

Aug. 17
Jan.

10

Apr. 26
June 20
Jan.

9

June 24

12

56 X July
Jan.

10

35

91H Mar. 30
109 H Mar. 28
109 X Apr. 11
108 X Apr. 22
102 H Feb. 25

15

July

99

Aug. 29
Aug.
1
Jan.

Jan.
Jan.

30
8
11

Aug. 21
Aug. 14

6

Aug. 19
Aug.

1

i03H"jan.

19

107 H Jan.
32
|July
26 X June

18

3 106HJuly
94X Apr. 10 105H Aug.
3 108X Apr.
Feb.
31 43
3 39 H Feb.
Aug. 22
5
Aug.
Aug. 31
Aug. 13
Mar. 13

Aug. 23
33 ' Aug. 19
1
33 X Aug.
35

34
35

3

Aug. 23
Aug. 16
Aug. 16

35

107X Aug. *"9
52 X Aug. 27

94X Aug.

105
103H 104
89 X Sale

Aug.

35H Aug. 19
Aug. 22
Aug. 28

32
34

35

.

89X Aug. 23

Aug.
Aug.
Mar.

4 107X Aug.
Jan.
60

6
23

95 H July
Feb.
Feb.
1

82 X
May 16 47 H
May 31 109 Vs
Mar. 5110X
110
May

6
17

20
5
15
15
15
16
16
23
9
12
18
9
4

Aug. 20
Jan. \

3

Aug. 20
Aug. 10

July 24

14
Aug. 19
5
136 H Jan.

Mar.
Jan.

38

May

Jan.

51*

Jan.
June

36 X Aug.
34
Aug.
36 X Aug,

Aug. 27 107 / Aug
Aug. 12 104H Aug.
89H Aug.

106
104

II*
46

Mar. 11

Aug.

6 118

43 H Feb.
Feb.
43
Feb.

8

Jan.

6

Feb.

44

Mar. 13

Apr.
Apr.
May

77 ; Aug. 30 82X Aug.
5 35# Aug.
33 X Aug,
108 X Aug'. 26 109X Aug.
110H Aug. 10 110# Aug.
Aug.
108% Aug. 21 109
Aug.
11X Aug. 13 14

116

2,000 St Jos ft Grand Island lat g 4a..1947
33,000 St Joseph Ry L H ft P 1st 5s.—1937
10,000 St Lawr ft Adirondack lat g 5s..l996
3d gold 4s
.1996

Feb

Aug. 17
80
107 H July 26
56 X May 16
52X Jan. 22

45 X Feb. 27 54X
26H Mar. 11 63 X
96 H May 21 100)
104H Aug. 19 108)
104H Aug. 29 108h
99
Jan.
2 104K
99H Mar. 18 104K

Feb, 19
Feb.
4

{'Rio Grande Southern 1st 4a.. 11
'Guar (Jan 1933 coupon).....11
58,000 'Rio Grande Western lat g 4a...11
20,000
'1st con ft coll trust 4a series A.11
12,000 Rochester Gas ft El 5H* oat C—11
5,000
Gen Mtge4H« series D........H
59,000
Gen mtge 5s series B..........11
35,000 '{•Rockla Ark ft Louis lst4H« ..11
10,000 Royal Dutch deb 4a with warr.-.11
4,000 'Ruhr Chemical 4s.............11
18,000 Rutland-Canadian 1st guar g 4a. 11
6,000 Rutland R R 1st cons g 4Hs_...ll

20
23

Feb.

"

Sale

Sale

103 H 104
108
108H
31
34H
28
Sale

8,000 'Rhino-West Elec Power 7s.. ...1950
33,000
'Direct mortgage gold 4a
...1952
29,000
'Cons mtge4a................1953
19,000
'Cons mtge 4a with warrants.. 1955
290,000 '{'Richfield Oil of Gallf 4s...1944
396,000
«Certificates of deposit...........

54 X Aug. 29
1
63 X Aug.
98 X Aug. 13
1
106X Aug.
1
106 % Aug.
21
104H Aug.

jl04m
104 X

June 24

July

68
6
66H
4
47
68
Apr.
109
Apr. 25 109 X
116 X June 20 116H
7
77 X June
85 H
75
May 21 82

50
106

12

July

June 20
8 114
9 113H June 13

51X Apr.

Aug.

67

ill*

111

81

Sale

16

8
10

June 27

Mar. 18 108

110

107
113
113

Aug.
Aug.

82H Aug.

50 X

2.154,000 {'Postal Teleg ft Sable coll 5a.. .1953

12
27

16 112X Aug. 13
May 10
8 112

107
114

79H Aug. 28

Sale

2

53 Vs
27 X
104
109 X

Mar. 22 110
Jan. 10
Feb. 21
4
Jan.
4
Jan.

Sale

107 H
49 H
30

1

16

10 111H Aug. 16
107 H Apr. 29 110
Aug. 12

67

73 X Sale
Sale

1,392,000 Portland General Electric 4 Ha.. 1940
1st 5s 1935 extended to 1950........
30,000
62,000 Porto Rlcan Am Tobac cony 6s..1943

7

7
17
23

Jan.

109

117 X Aug.
116 X Aug.
115H Aug.

Sale

79

8

23

Jan.
9
June 11
Apr.
1
Apr.
6
July 25
Aug.
~ 104H Feb. 21
Feb.

101 i .Jan.

108 X Jan.

Aug.

Aug. 21
63 X Aug. 27
64
Aug.
1

Sale

80 X

9

60 X June
5 73 X Jan.
9H Jan.
Apr. 15
Jan.
3 108X Aug.
Mar. 11
91
Jan.
75
Mar. 12 81X Jan.
69
Mar. 14 82 H June
68
Jan. 24 112
108
July
Jan. 14 119 X June
113
108H Jan.
4 113 H Aug.
107
Jan.
3 112H Aug.
79 X Mar. 15 101H Aug.
Jan.
105)1 Aug. 13 110
104 X Jan.
2 108X Apr.
Mar. 25
75
Jan.
52!
4
102

105% Jan. 12 109 H May 15

Sale

Pitts Y ft Ash 1st gen 4a ser A..1948
1st gen 5s series B
1963
11.000 Port Arthur Canal ft Dock 4a....1953
1st mtge 4s series B....
..1953

<

82

68 X Aug. 21
8
Aug. 24

110

...1975

....1977
1940
First conaol gold 5s..........1943
Pitts Va ft Char 1st guar 4s....1943

16,000 'Pitts ft West Va 1st 4V4a aer A .1950
8,000
1st mtge 4H« series B.........1959
23,000
1st mtge 4H« aeries G.........I960

-

M

115

14

15] 108X Aug. 23

116% Aug. 16
117
116H Aug.
5
112
114
112H Aug. 27
Sale
112
114H 113
Aug. 26
106 H 105 H 106 % 105H Aug. 30
114
Aug.
9

E lat g 5a

...

78%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

109H 110
109H
118H

Gen guar 5a aerlea A..........1970

aer B...
General 4%* aerlea G

Sale

108
104
109

Con 4Ha aerlea I g

1,000 Pitta 8hen ft L

109H

8

112H 110H 111H 111
Aug. 28 112H Aug.
111
Aug.
111H Aug. 29 112
UiH 111
1% Aug. 3 IllX Aug.

1963
Con 4Ha aerlea J guar........1944

82,000

Sale
Sale

Ch>n 3Ha aerlea E guar g
1949
Con 4a aerlea F guar A..
....1953
Con 4a aerlea G guar A
1957
Con 4a aerlea H guar g........1940

2,000
4,000
38,000

78%
81H

Ask
67

110H
120H 118M
113H
105
109% 110
Sale
99X Sale
98H
107
106 % Sale
105 X
106 H 105 X Sale
104H
Sale
Sale
58H
Sale
Sale
36 X

106 n 108
82
88

11,000 PCGft St LA 4Ha aerlea A
...1940
21,000
Con 4H« aerlea B guar g....
1942
3,000
Con 4H* aerlea C guar g
1942
1,000
Con 4a aerlea D guar g.*......1945

-----

•4

i

112H

112H
100 X

1*

f 4a

81

119M Sale

3,000
General 5a Sertea B...........1'
14,000
Gen A 4H« aerlea G
..1*
25,000
General 4%» eeriea D—...I'
922,000 Phila Company aecured gold Sa.l'
61,000 Phlla Elec Go let 4 Ha.
1«
200,000
let ft ref A 4a.................1*
274,000 Phlla ft Read G ft I ref 5a
—T
656,000
Convertible deb 4a............1'

,45,000 Philippine Ry let 34-yr

Ask Bid
69
65H
Sale

Jan.

Feb.

15
11
9

Feb. 11 107
June
4
Jan.
7 104 X Aug.
6
90
Feb. 26
Jan. 25
80H Mar, 7 85

103

96

86 H May 23

St Louis Iron Mtn ft South—

399,000
"River ft Oulf Div 1st g 4a...1933 M N
17,000
'Certificates of deposit
46,000 {♦St L Peoft N W 1st 5s ....
.1948
26,000 St L Kky M ft Pee 5a stmpd
If55
{8t Louis-San Francisco Ry —
259,000
'Priori len 4s series A ........1950 J
J
106,000
'Certificates of deposit.......
71,000
.'Prior lien 5s series B........1950
122,000
'Certificates of deposit..:—..
452,000
'Con M 44a series A
.1978
263,000
'Certificates of deposit stamped
140,000 lit Louis Southwest 1st g 4a...'. 1989
7,000
3d gold 4s income bond..Nov 1989
156,000
1st terminal ft unlf 5a........1952
151,000
Gen ft ref 5s series A—.......1990
16,000 St Paul City Ry Cable 5a
1937
9,000
Guaranteed 5s...............1937
,

.

71

Sale

68H

70 H
Sale
73 X Sale

39 %

62
Aug. 27
61X Aug. 29

63 X Sale
60
37
41X

38

71X Sale

71X Aug. 24

Aug. 12

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

54H Mar. 29

66
43
73 %

Aug.

60

14

Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.

71

Mar. 28

54
37

Apr. 13
Jan.
2

June
June
56H Jan.
75
July
71
69

19
21

11
10

.

....

St Paul ft Duluth 1st conaol 4a .1948

ii*
12*

Sale

\rA

Sale
Sale

12
11

Sale

Sale

13

Sale

Sale

12

nx Sale

Sale

9%

Sale

Sale

9%

W*

83
62
62 X

81

Sale

95 H
102 H

14H

63 H
Sale

58 H
62

Sale
94

St Paul E Grand Trunk 4Ha

.1947
60,000 {'St Paul ft K C Short L guar 4H*1941

Sale

50

63
63
Sale

95
97 H
Sale
98
96 X
102 X
95 X

54
Sale

80

'

57 %
60

48 X

94
96

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

8

27
9
1

29
28

30
27
6

28
6

8

12 X
14X

13 X
11H
10X Aug.
83
Aug.
61
Aug.
63
Aug.
53
Aug.
98
Aug.
98 H Aug.

Sale

May
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
7% Mar.
7H Mar .
64
Apr.
49 X May
35H Mar.
27

12# Aug. 29

15 %Aug."

11
13
13
29
29
26
5

9

14
Mar. 13
7
Jan. 21

78H Jan.
79

101H Jan.

30"

Isx

9X
8X
9X
9X

11

11H "Mar."26

17 X Jan.
15 X Jan.
18
Jan.
16

H Jan.

14 H Jan.

13H Jan.
85 4 June 24
64 J June 25
63 vJune 22
53% June 24
98
Aug. 16
98X Aug. 20
102 X May 23
_

17H

Jan" ~8

St Paul Minn ft Manitoba—
5a extended to July 1 ........1943
108,000
66,000
Montana Ext 1st gold 4s......1937
Pacific Ext sterling guar 4a.
10,000
.1940
20,000 St Paul Union Depot 1st 5a guar.1972
316,000 San Ant ft Aran Pass 1st guar 4a. 1943
57,000 .San Antonio Public Serv 1st 6a A. 1952
Santa Fe Prate ft Phenix lat 5a..1942
"Y,6o6 Schulco Co guar 4 H'..—....... 1946
9,000
Stamped.......................
,6.000
Guar sinking fund 4 Ha B.—.1944 A
.

6,000
Stamped.......................
5,000 Scio Vail ft N E 1st guar g 4a....1989

For footnotes, see page 33.




106 H
104 X

Sale

102 X
90
109 H

_

Sale

109H

1 1079£
X Aug.
103 X Aug. 30 104X
102 « Aug. 10 102 X
8 118H
U8H 117# Aug.
Sale
86H Aug. 29 90X
107 X 107
Aug. 29 109H

Sale
107
103 % 104

114H
49 %
48H

O

106

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

104 H Apr.
101
May
99 X Jan.
113
Jan.

74 H Mar .
100 X Jan.
108

48" "Aug. "6

----

"50"'

MN

112H 110

45

118%
90%
109 X
112%

Jan.
June
Aor.

32

X May

50
50

May
109H Jan.

50
115

34

Aug. 23 48
Aug.
Aug. 21 113 X Aug.

28

..

104 X

Aug.

5

102 X Aug. 27

29

48
Aug.
47 X Aug .
48
Aug.

43 X Aug. 15
1
47 X Aug.

109 H June 17

50

July 31
Aug.
1
July 11
May 3
July
9
July
9
July
9
July
Feb. 25

N. Y. STOCK

32
Sales in

8*

BONDS

August

July 1

1933

to

ft.

1

Aug.

Lowest

14 24

14%
1224

28,000

tSeaboard-All Pie 1st 4s A
♦Certificates of deposit.....
Series B

6,000
219,000
151,000
96,000
28,000
2,000
48,000
52,000
41,000
59,000
37,000
33,000
90,000

16

♦Certificates of deposit....

5Hs A— 1948
1953
f deb 5s
1947
Shell Union OH s f deb 5a
1953
Shlnyetsu El Pow 1st 4tts
—
•♦Siemens A Halske sec s f g 7a. 1935

♦SUesla-Blec Corp gold

359",000

103

UN
J

D
J

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A

28

Sale

A

S

1938 J

8

1934 F

A

1943 A O

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1941

—1981

ser

Sale

Sale

8

Sale

72

73

MN

Sale

72

73

M N

MN
J

J

J

J

Sale

■

P

A

1,486,000

I

J

104

..1968

1950
1953

1444

"4",000

94

M

S

A

O

J

J

A O
M

8

M

8

D

A

O

F

A

Virginia Midland general 5s

1934




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102
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81 %
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-

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99

88

108

7

10124

3

8

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2

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10

1

10
8

10
1

10024
8124
8724
7524

Apr.

76
75

107

1013
1183

Sale

8024
10024
9124

Sale

Sale
-----

9224

424 May 27

Aug.

1

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

29

2124 Aug.

9

8124
4024
4824
5024
7224
7224
9824
3724
11024
924
10424

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.

53

14

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Sale
Sale

Sale"
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Sale

8724
10324
99

93

10024 102
11624 121

14

22
27

88

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7624

89
85

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5
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29

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6
8

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21

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4
15

July 27 103
67
July 26
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7
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10124 Aug. 30

30

13

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13
39

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9

May

7

102

Aug.
7624 Aug.
77
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7

2
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2
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1
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2124 Aug.
9
53
Aug. 16

5424 Mar. 18 69
Aug. 19
Jan.
5 12124 July 19

113

May 23
July
2
May 10
Aug. 13
June 25
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Jan.

6124

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58

Sale

50
47

Aug.
Aug.

82

Sale

82

80

Aug. 16

1
1

1
1
7
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Aug.
7
Jan.
7

Aug.
Jan.

Mar. 11

July
72

Jan.

Jan.

8

8524 June

11
4
1
8
27

103
8103
10224
7 10224
2 11724
11724
94
8 94

Jan.

7624

July
Apr. 24
May 10
Feb,
7 10324 July 19
10324
96
Aug. 27 96
Mar. 2

77

Aug. 29

9624 Jan.
11224 Jan.
70
100

Jan.

9024 Mar.

120

Feb. 21

5
10424 Aug.
8
10824 July
95
July 18
July
2
Aug. 16
July 29
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1
Feb. 18
43

6

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16

29

4224 Feb. 18

26

41

22

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Aug. 13

26
6
21

9424 Feb. 23

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924 Aug. "2
9 107
Aug. 29
10624 Aug.
10524 Aug. 19 10624 Aug. 14
101

Aug.

5

ioi 24 Aug.

20

9

14124 Aug. 26
3124 Feb. 19
4124 Mar. 6
92
July 20
93 24 July 18
5
11624 Apr.
3
12224 July
6624 Aug. 23
63
Aug. 22

10224 Feb.

Aug.

2

Mar.

Jan.

4

3

1

9
9624 Apr.
10924 Jan. 15
1
10624 Feb.
23
May 18
121
Aug. 23
11324 Apr. 30
10824 Feb. 20
108
July 22

19

Aug.
324 Aug. 17

15

101
10024 Apr. 25 101
Jan.
81
Apr.
2 9424 July

Aug. 26

107

21

Aug.

106

i07"" Aug."

1

Feb.

6624 Aug. 23
63
Aug. 22
83

24
24

Aug.

95

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Feb.

10124 Aug. 21 10424 July "!!
116
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103

x8824 Aug.

9

5 110
4

Aug.

8824
10324
8824
8824

14
6

P

2
Aug.
9224
9224 Aug. 29
10624 10624 10424 Aug.
1 10624 Aug. 24
106
Aug. 22
106
10524
1Q524 Aug.
5
1624
Sale
120
Aug. 23
121
Aug. -10 121
5
110 % Aug. 21 11124 Aug.
11024 Sale
1
10524 Aug. 23 10624 Aug.
10624 Sale
106
10624 10524 Aug. 26 10624 Aug. 13
5
114
11524 11324 Aug. 24 11524 Aug.
5
10224 10224 10124 Aug. 28 10424 Aug.

106
Sale
224
—
224
10
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924
1024
10624 10724 10624 107
10524 Sale
10524 Sale
701
6124 ----- 65
102
101
10124 101

16

Aug. 29
7
Jan. 25
June 18

Jan.

97

12

8
8224 Aug. 20
8024 Aug.
8
10024 Aug. 12 10024 Aug.
91
90
8
Aug. 13
Aug.

Sale

107

15

25

Feb.

9
27
6
Aug. 27 11124 Aug.
8 11624 Aug. 13
Aug.
1
Aug. 30 10524 Aug.
Aug.
1
Aug. 30 90
1 10424 Aug. 14
Aug.
Aug.
1
Aug. 14 100
Aug. 28
US* Aug. 1
Aug.
1
Aug. 21 94
1
Aug. 30 9324 Aug.
Aug.
1
Aug. 20 93
8 10024 Aug. 20
Aug.
59
2
Aug.
7
Aug.
3
9
2524 Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 22
Aug. 16 102
1
9424 Aug.
Aug. 31

94

8024

Feb.

1 10024 Aug.

Sale
10624 10624 10524 Aug. 14 106 24
91
Sale
Aug. 28 95
9124 Sale
11024 Aug. 12 11224
11124 11024
29
31
37
Aug. 15 35
Sale
Sale" 96
9824
9524 Aug. 29
1 101
Sale
9924
9924 Aug.
8 z33 24
35.
3324 "34"
z3224 Aug.
33
33
3324
Aug. 21
3624
3324
33
3224 Aug. 10 3324
32
3324
3324
140
135
Aug. 27 14124
13724
16
Aug. 15 2724
1824 Sale
2524 Sale
18
40
3224
*3224 Aug. 21
30
Sale
8724 Aug. 28 9124
91
9124
8724 Aug. 29 9124
8824 Sale
9124 Sale
7 11624
118
11824 11624 Aug.

10624

Apr. 29
July

107
6

3
15

10124 Aug. 28 10224 Aug.

14

June

,

15

Aug. 21 104" Aug".""!
Aug. 26 12124 Aug. 17

Aug.
Aug.

5

Aug. 19

,

Aug. 16

7 101

May 28
July 30
Mar.

Aug. 12
July
5
July
5
July
6
56
June 19
9924
10724 Feb. 18 10724 Aug. 30
10024 Aug. 16 10024 Aug. 16
9
89
Mar. 29 9824 July
July 11
97
July 11 97
9
8 10324 Jan.
77
July
8
8
28
6224 Jan.
July
Jan.
7
81
8
3524 July
Jan. 10
86
8
3524 July
69
Aug. 31 9224 Mar. 4
Jan. 30
6924 Aug. 23 88

7324
5624
5524

105

94
10324 10224 103
Sale
Sale

103

8*
93

7

28

Mar. 30
Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Mar. 13 76
Mar. 13 7524
3 106
Apr.

6024

10524 Aug. 10
107 24 Aug. 30
10024 Aug. 16
98

Apr.
Jan.

82

7

Jan.

1724 Jan.

11

224 Mar. 21

9
Aug.
5
Aug.
1
Aug.
Aug. 12
1
Aug.
1
Aug.
1
Aug.

3

1124 Jan.

iM
I®

20
Aug. 20
4624 Aug.
1

11324 11624 11324
9024
9124
9124
90
9024 Sale
91
9124
9024
106
99
9824
58
5624
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2324
10124
10124 102

85

-

1942

For footnotes, see page 33.

28

50

...

18", 000

13
21

4724

<90 MN

1444

Sale

5624
24%
10124
9424

Sale

1959
1457

Il955

93
100

10424
106
9424
11024
2724
9824
9924

D

Utilities Pow A Ltg deb g 5Ms_._
'47
Debenture 5s.................1959

Va Iron Coal A Coke 1st g 5s

Sale

93% Sale

I

.....1453

1954

Sale

116

Utah Light A Trac 1st A ref 5s.. 1944
Utah Power A Light 1st 5s
1944

B

104

115

J

United Stl Wks(Burbach) s f g 7s 1951
♦Universal Pipe A Rad deb 4s...1934

91", 000 ♦Verttentes Sugar 7s ctfs
27,000 Va Elec A Power 5s series
1st A ref M 5s series A
222,000

6924
9824
3224

10024 10024 10024
Sale
99
9824
Ill
11024 111
114
11524 11524

10324

M 8

J

9,000 •♦Vera Crux A Pacific 1st 4Mtill 1934
•♦July 1914 coupon off..

■"

Sale"

103
87

106

A O

A..1947

1941

2 1 24
Sale

Sale

9324
10424
10524
1624
12024
11124
10624
10524

1937

...1455

Sale

10324
11724

99 24 Sale
11624 Sale

♦United Steel Wke g 6Ms ser A..1951 J
♦6
series C
1951

Con sol 4s Series B.

m

Sale

104

g 4s
1934
J
U 8 Rubber 1st A ref 5s series A..1947 J
M N
United

is

9724
3624

1924
51

10024 Sale
9824 Sale
11124 11124
115%
105% Sale"

8

J

conv

Jan.

July 11
Apr. 24

Aug. 19
64
Sale
6524
68
64
Aug.
1 69
9
11824 11924 Aug. 13 11924 Aug.
119% 120% 115

D

•{•United Rys St L 1st

4s A.

Sale

12024

J

M

724

2024
22%
4624 Sale
10224

O

4

Uuited Bl cult (Amer) deb 5s

*

9

D

United Drug Co (Del) 5s..
i' NJ RR A Canal Co
gen 4s

con sol

101 %

J

June 3098

Vend a Ha

7
Sale

6%
103 24

1st lien A re? 5a

153,000 Vanadium Corp (Am)

108 %

J

1947

f g 5s

Sale

D

June 3998

s

69

72

-

3424

1

J
Pac RR 1st A land gr g 4s. 1947 J
M 8

Utlca Elec Lt A Pr 1st

Sale

70

Sale

J

First A refunding 4s
Gold 4 M*

Utlca G A El ref A ext 5s

519,666

42

34 24
108 24

•{•Union Elev Ry Chic 1st 5s ...1945
Union OH Cal 39-yr 4s ser A May 1942 F A

♦Unterelbe Power A Ltg 6s

41

Sale

M 8

1443

ser

Sale

50
69

74 24
98 M

M 8

30,000 Ujlgawa Elec Power secured 7S..1945
1957
35,000 Union Bl Lt A Pow (Mo) g 5s
17,000 Union Elec LAP (III) 1st 5Ms... 1954

♦Sinking fund deb 6Hs

Sale

47%

75

1949 MN
51,000 Trumbull Steel 1st s f 4s
29,000 ♦Tyrol Hydro-Rlec Power 7Ms... 145?
♦Guar sec s f 7a ..............1452 PA
22,000

8teamshlp 15-yr 6s

38

Sale

„

;

27

7824 Aug.
3524 Aug.

Sale

Tol W Va A Ohio 1st guar 4s C..1943 M S
I D
l or Ham A Buff 1st 4s..
.....1944
M 8
Trenton Gas A Elec 1st 5s
1949
MN
Truax-Traer Coal cony

gold 4s

S*

Sale

Sale

_

49-year

27

Sale
72 24 Sale
105
Aug.
10524 10524 Sale
10724 10824 10724 Aug:
10024 Aug.
9824
Sale
96 M Sale"
9524 Aug..

O

A

...

Union

7

29

Aug.
9924 Aug.
78
Aug.
84
Aug.
7224 Aug,
7124 Aug.
7024 Aug,

8

Gen A ref 5s series C
....1979
235,000
D
Gen A ref 5s ser D
....1480
189,000
M 8
43,000 Tex Pac—Mo Pac Term 6 Ma A.. 1944
1949 1
303,000 Third Ave 1st ref 4s....
A O
♦Adjustment Income 5s
Jen 1Q49
306,000
1937 J
8,000 Third Ave RR 1st gold 5s....
Toho Bloc Power (Ltd) 7s ser A.. 1955
25,000
Tokyo Electric Light (Ltd)
D
1st M *( J Series.
June 15 1953
351,000
J
9,000 Tol & Ohio Cent—West Div 5s .1935
A O
.....1950
23,000 Tol St L A West 1st g 4s

IHs

Sale

108

D

1479

....

8

110

5824
10024
10024
10224

M

deb 5s

B

3

26

108

28

30

M

J

1944
27,000 Texas A N O cons g 5s ..........1943
....3900
74,000 Texas A Pacific 1st g 5s
Gen ref 5s

Jan.

324 Jan.

11424 Aug. 15

85

9924 Sale
79
78 24
85% Sale

...

cony

Sale

28

10024

Conv deb 4s serle« B
1944
35,000
332,000 Tenn Elec Power 1st 6s series A.. 1947
32,000 Term RR Assn of St L 1st g 4Ms..l93*>
First cons g 5s...............1944
17,000
Gen ref s f gold 4s
145?
64,000
68,000 Tezarkana A F S Ry 5H« A guar. 1950

366,000 Texas Corp

20

424
324 Aug. 19
224 Mar. 28
Mar. 13
80
9824
9824 Aug. 27
2 10224 Aug. 29 10524
105
Aug.
10424 Aug. 19 10224 Aug. 27 10424
88
Jan. 29
87
Aug. 20
76
Jan. 11
67
Aug. 13
40
Aug. 21
5024
Aug. 29
Jan.
2 113
1
113
Aug.
June
5 39*
6
30
Aug.
Mar. 18
61
Aug. 29
1
8 104
10024 Aug.
10124 Aug,
2 10024 Aug. 10 105
101
Aug.
4 10324
982 Jan.
10324 Aug, 17
Apr.
4 10424
103.
Jan. 28 11624
115
Aug. 15 112

324
9624
10224
10224

Sale
60
59 24 Sale
10124 Sale
101
101 %
102 24 10324
102 24 Sale
104
10424
Ii6"" 11424
115

D

1939 If

29,000 Tenn Cent Ry 1st M 4s ser A or B. 1947
1451
2,000 Tenn Coal Iron A RR gen 6s
Tenn Copper db Chem—

73",660

67
6724
3724
4124
11124 Ill

d*

Sale

70

113

Syracuse Lighting Co 1st g 5s...195)

257,000
99,000
123,000
31,000
169,000
141,000
394,000
15,000
7,000
599,000
3,000
39,000
15,000
50,000
8,000
239,000
5,000
202,000
286,000
1,000

"86""

Sale

4124

ftanburv A Lewlston 1st g 4s.... 1434 M 8
Swift A Co 1st M *%s
1950 M 8
1 D

l"0", 606

15

39 %
111

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.

A

919,000
508,000
592,000
163,000
58,000
Bast Tenn reorg lien 5s
1938
7,000
Mobile A Ohio coll tr 4s
1938
107,000
1454
96,000 Soutbw Bell Telep 1st A ref 5s
20,000 {•Spolrnne Internet 1st g 6s....1955
1951
598,000 Stand OH (N Y) deb f H>
Staten Isl Ry 1st gu g 4Ha„
1943
2~l",666 •{♦Stevens Hotel 1st 4s oertes A. 1945
1,064,000 ♦Studebaker Corp conv deb 6s..1945

"7",000

5

4*

a

6124

4s....1954
80 Pac off Calif 1st eons 5s......1937
South Pac Coast guar 4s
1937
South Pac RR 1st ref guar 4a
1955
4s stamped
1955
Southern Ry 1st cons 5s........1994
Devel A gen 4s series A.......1954
Derel A gen 4a series A....... 1954
Derel A gen 4Hs series A.....1954
Memphis Dlv 1st g 5s.........1996
St Louis Dl* 1st g 4s
1951

122.000

324 Aug.

85 24

J

1st g 4s '47
Sou Pac Co 4s Cent Pac coll Aug. '49
1st 4Ha (Oregon Lines) ser A..1977
Gold 4Hs
1448
Gold 4Hs
May 1 1969

318",660
v
6-000

Jan.
Jan.

Feb.

Aug. 17

424

324
9724
10324
102 24
85 24

Sale

Southern Colorado Power

Gold 4Hi
San Francisco Teres 1st

4

324

1937 M

South BellT A T 1st s f 5s

7
16

8
24

18
17
20

Aug. 23
Aug. 30
Aug.
1

524 Aug.
1224 Aug.

1941 P

7s....
Sinclair Cons Oil 7s series A...
1st Hen coll 4HS series B.....
Shelly OH debsfSHs
South A Nor Ala cons guar 5s..
14",000
Gen cons guar Si-year 5s....

8

Feb.

May
9
1524 Feb. 13
10
May
7
1024 June 11
224 Feb. 20

11

9
19
12
16
26

8
3
6

Aug.

6

Sale
624
15

1944 P

i Ha

Aug.

1524 Aug.
13
Aug.
224 Aug.
524 Aug.

524

7 24
5%

12%

Sale

M N

1944 P

Silealan-Am Corp coll tr g

57,000
124,000
431,000
635,000
571,000
548,000
1,086,000
179,000
4,000
1,000
682,000

97

A

F

1951 M 8

San Pran Power 1st 5s.

2%
524

4

16

9

Aug.

424

324
3

....

Sale Prices

1938

Sharon Steel Hoop s f

•Debenture s f f Ha

Sale Prices

1424 Aug. 14
12
Aug. 29
224 Aug.
8
424 Aug.
5

14

224
424

Sale

——

Shell Pipe Line s

sierra A

14

13 H
12

224
224
424 Sale
4 24
524
624 Sale
524 Sale

-

Highest

Sale Prices

16

2424
17
1624

1624
1324

16
16
14%

13

Lowest

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Highest

Aug. 31

,

Aug. 311935

3,000 •{♦Scxbocrd Air Line 1st 4 4a -.1950 A O
♦Certificates of deposit
~4~666
•♦Stamped 4«...
........1950 a" 0
A O
♦Certificates of ueposlt
4,000
P A
♦
20,000
\djustment Ss
Oct 1944
147,000
•♦Refunding g 4s
1954 A O
♦Certificates of deposit.
1948 M S
•1st A cons 4s series A
273",000
♦Certificates of deposit—..
167,000
m"£
•♦Atlan-BIrm Dlv 1st g fa-May 1933
45,000

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

i*
•5

STOCK EXCHANGE

N. y.

Value

EXCHANGE-BONDS

Jan.

Jan.

324 Feb.
10524 Jan.
10524 Aug.
5624 May
10024 July

1
7
18

May 27
July 12
June 22

July

17

Mar. 15

N. Y. STOCK

Sept., 1935]
Sales in
August

H. Y. STOCK

Value

July 1

EXCHANGE

1933

At/fir.311935

Va A Southwest 1st foot

M-...3H3
....I'M

J

J

A

O

~6~4%

Plrst conn Si.
82,000
UN
200,000 Virginian Ry 1st 5s sor A
1HJ
UN
1st mtga 4H* sarins B ........19*2
18,000

264,000 1 wabash RR 1st loM Ba.._...._1939
♦Second gold 6s
38,000
1939
1st llan M'fsar gold earn 4a 1954
4,000
Dat ft Ch Rs 1st g 5s
3,000
1*41
Das Moinas DIt lat g 4a.......1959
3,000
Omaha Dlv 1st g 3 Ha
1941
3,000
Tol A Chic Dls 1st g 4a
1941
305.666 t+Wabaah Ry rat A gen 6 Ha A..1975
♦Certificates of deposit.........
18,000
♦Raf A gen 5s (Pah *52 coup) B.197*
214,000
♦Certificates of deposit .aaaaie
5,000
•Raf A gen 4%n series C
1978
409,000
♦Certificates of deposit ......
1.000

111% Sale
105
95 %

A

j

J

J

J

j

J

A

O

If

8

20

20

AO

'21%

21

60 %

Sale

Sale

78 %

Sale

74 % Aug

Sale

40

Sale

92'"

Sale

29 >
31%
34% Sale
805*
93 %

64H

Sale

81

50

55

47

46 %

50

50

106
107

110H
122H Sale
107 H 108

97 %

Sale

Sale
Sale

106 %

O
8

I

MS

PA
d

I

...1951
If S
19*9

1985
I
I
guar.........23*1
I.j
Registered
...........23*1
m s
Wheel ALE Ref 4%» ser A
19**
M S
Refunding 8s ser B...........197*
M 8
21,666 Wheel A L Brie RR 1st con g 4s.. 1949 j j
Wheeling Steel Corp lat B%n A..1948
59,000
A O
1st and ref 4Hs seriee B„.
1955
275,000
j j
5,000 White Sewing Mach deb is w w.,193*
j
Without warrants................
32,000
If n
Partlc s f deb is
1949
7,000
;*Wtckwlre-8pencer Steel 1st 7s.1955
I
j
CtfS dap Chase Nat Bank
62,000
t«Wlckwir*»8pen St'l Co 7s .Jon 1958
MN
CtfS dap Chase Nat Bank.........
353,000
j D
18,000 Wlikee-Barre A Bast 1st gu g 8s. 1942

418,000 Yoongstown Sheet A Tu let 6s A1978
1st M 5s series B..............1974
321,000

Sale

104% 105

Jan.

22% Aug. 14
20% Aug. 24
22
Aug. 23
20% Aug. 23
22% Aug. 14
20
Aug. 20
52 % Aug. 23
51
Aug. 27
64 % Aug.
1
62
Aug.
3

23% Aug. 13
20% Aug. 26
22% Aug. 14
ZW Aug. 24
22
Aug. 23
20% Aug* 23
Aug. 14
Aug. 20
52 H Aug. 23
Aug. 27
68% July
9
65
July 30

Mar.

Apr.

105* Mar.

11% Mar.
13% May

11% Mar.
10% Mar.
33

Jan.

36

May
36H Mar.
59% Aug.

Aug.
1
Aug. 22
47% Aug.
6

92
1
Aug.
1
Aug.
Aug. 24 106% Aug. 12

Aug.
1
May 28
May 21
July
1
Mar. 5
July 10
Apr. 17
Aug. 12
Aug.
6

48% Mar.
24
Mar.
31
Aug.
80 ■* July
91
June
103 % Feb.
106 % Apr.
105
Jan.

28

81

1
Aug.
Aug. 23

32

105

98 H

Sale

99

83

Sale

Sale
104 %
96 %
99
102% 102 %
Sale
98 %

97

Sale

32

32 H

w*
73

Aug. 20 105
1
99%
Aug.
2 103
Aug.
1 100
Aug.
3 100
Aug.
6
33%

J9%

109""

106

Sale

1035* 104

Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

101

96

Sale"

95 %

85

Sale

80

85

12J*

16

135* Aug.

2

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.

13%

ioo"

12%
12%
13%
39% 41% 41 %
104 %
105% Sale
107 % 107% 107%
108
104
106
9%
10% %9
7%
7%
11
6
8
5%

j

j

MN

.

4

4

96

12

12

Mar. 4
Jan.
8
June 21

Aug.
Aug.

May 15
Aug. 23
Aug.
8
Aug.
9
July 25

96% Aug.
86
Aug.
16% Aug.

8H May
7
36

28

2
28

Aug. 19

8

Mar. 13
Mar. 21

165* Aug.

48

Jan.

2 105 % Aug.
107 % Aug. 23 110H Mar.

104% Mar.

5 108

May
Jan.
Jan

2

13

July 16
Mar. 20
Aug. 19

10
7

5
4

4

2
4

8
4
30

99

Mar.

11% Aug.
9
Aug.
7% Aug.
5% Aug.

8

15H July 29

1025* Jan.

17
23

Aug. 13
Aug. 28

4
7

Feb. 18
Feb. 17
Feb. 21

Aug.

21

23

July 29
Aug. 23
July 24
Aug. 12
Aug. 15

28

Sale

19
23
21

Jan.
Jan.

24 1085* Aug.
14 10454 Aug.
14 101 % Aug.

106% Aug.
103
Aug.
100% Aug.
95% Aug.
95 % Aug.
84
Aug.

108

95

a o
j
j

July
July
Jan,
May

102%

103%
104 %

Aug.
1
Mar. 11
Mar. 5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
85
Aug.
30
14
76% Aug.
14 1025a Aug.

76
80
75
102 H 103 % 102 % 103 %
108

Mar. 19

97% Aug.

106 % Aug. 14 107
30% Aug. 29 35
305* Aug. 30 34

.

Sale

32H

945* Aug. 28

Sale

106 % 108
29
32
30 H Sale

102
99

Sale

j

j

Aug. 20

July 13
June 26
83 % May 20

103 % Aug. 30 1045* Aug.
1055* Aug. 15 106% Aug.

Sale

a o
J

95 %

96H
102 %
99 %

31H

West Shore lat 4s

j

92

102

Feb.

12% Mar.
13
12

_

Feb. 20
July 17
Feb. 18

455* Apr.

23% Aug. 13
20% Aug. 26

103 H 104
1055* 106

97 %

UN

1958
44,000 Wllmar A Sioux Palls 1st 5s
191,000 Wilson A Co 1st s f is series A...1941
Winston-Salem S B lat 4s...
1999]
7,000
92,000 ^Wisconsin Cent 1st gen g 4s..1949
♦Certificates of deposit.......
9,000
♦Sup A Dul DIt A Ter 1st 4s..1954
38,000
♦Certificates of deposit
21,000
Worcester A Conn Baet Ry 4 He .1943

Sale

33% Sale
34

I

53

Prices

Aug. 12
Jan. 28
Jan.
3
Feb. 27

56

tl"

• VAug. 12
111% ill %Aug". 21 U2
6 1155* Jan
1175* 119
1185* Aug. 29 122 % Aug.
July
6 110
Aug. 20 106
108
109 % 107 % Aug.
Aug. 15 1145* Jan.
118
Sale
119% 119
Aug. 22 122
122
3 107 % Aug. 23 106 % Aug.
107% 106 % Aug.
106 % 106 % 107
2 109
Aug. 21 105H Jab.
106 % Aug.
107 H
108
106

106

j

57% Apr.
53% Jan.
985* Jan.

107

104

m

31

3 106

89% Mar.

111

j

A

29

106

106

j

♦Westphalia Un tl Pow is..

Aug.

1
2

80
29

22
22

A O

195*

20
26
20

64

Sale

"47"" "49H

1939

1959

28

20% Aug. 24
19% Aug.
5
20% Aug. 23
20
Aug.
2
19
Aug.
6
47
Aug.
2
45 % Aug.
6
575* Aug. 12
595* Aug. 21

20

Western Union coll tr is........1938

27

103 % June

19
3
28
20
26
57% Aug. 14
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

77

~2l" Sale"

.

...

5

23
21

Sale

21H

Aug.

90

-

21 %

AO

PA

325,000 West Maryland 1st g 4s.........1952
Plrst A ref f Hn series A......1977
137,000
1937
17,000 West N Y A Penn 1st g 5s
General gold 4s
1945
31,000
88,000 t♦Western Pacific lat 8s ser A... 194*
♦Assented......................
90,000

Gold 5s

57

Sale

Aug. 23
2
1 111% Aug. 28
1
7 105% Aug.

Aug.
Aug.

20% Aug.
19
Aug.

64
72

65

69

29

21H
20%
20 H
20
Sale

..

Gold 5s

60 %
100 H

69%
59%

19

.......1945

Pund A reel eat *H* gold
15-year *H« gold

64

7

Aug.

935* Aug.
73
Aug.
60% Aug.
102
Aug.
67
Aug.
57
Aug.

94 H
75 %

—

j d
..1959
11,000 Westchester Light gold 5s
M 8
21,000 West Penn Pow 1st 5s series A...194*
M
1st 6s series £................19*5
35,000
j D
1st 6s series G..
.........195*
15,000
j
j
1st mtge g 4s series H_........1961
6,000

78,000
203,000
173,000
356,000
535,000
56,000
155,000
1,000
22,000

Sale

'21% Sale"

356,000 Warner Bros Pictures cost deb *sl989 JJ |
589,000 Warner Quintan cone deb 6s....1939 JJ °
224,000 Wen en Bros Co deb *a..........1941
Warren R R lat ref gu g 3Hl.. ..209*
12,666 Wash Cent Ry 1st g 4s.........1948 Q If
p a
5,000 Wash Term lat guar AH*--.-... 1945
1st 49-year guar 4a
Wash Wat Pow lat ref 5s

92
65

Sale

57

8

M

♦Ref A gen 5s series D
......1988
291,000
♦Certificates of deposit.........
5,000
AO
33,000 ♦Walworth Co *H« serA(with war)*85
♦Without warrants.......
9,000
AO
♦1st s f *s series
...........1945
153,000
♦Deposit receipts.............
937,000

37.660

Sale

78
60 H
100 H
67

If N
P

66

97%
99%
64
67%
69
111
111H Sale
104%
104% 103

Sale
Sale Prices
94
May 9 101
84
63 % July 19
1105* Mar. 13 113

Sale Prices
101
Aug. 12

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

\000
V

1.

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

5ft.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

BONDS

33

EXCHANGE—BONDS

7

21
May 13

Jan.

....

Low on New

«

r
n

e

York Curb,

Cash tale not included In
Under the role sale, not

r*o8Deferred

ri

year's range,
included In year •

delivery tale, not

Included In year'e

range.

f Accrued Interest payable at the exchange
rate of 84.8665 to the £ sterling.
[es reported as being in bankruptcy,
be
nized
receivership, or being reorgai— under Section 77
of the Bankruptcy Act. or securities assumed by

W^hNegotiabIUtyImpaired by maturity.
*

Bond

selling flat.




s

57%

57%
98 %

Sale

97% Sale

99

Sale

98

Sale

Aug. 14
975* Aug. 12
97

sales, in which no account is taken In
computing the range, are given below:
Antioquia 7s ser. D, Aug. 9 at 9%.
Buenos Aires 6s ser. C-2, Aug. 27 at 95.

Cash

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account is
taken in computing the range for the year,
are

given below:

Adriatic Elec. 4s 1948, Aug. 27 at

47%.

Buenos Aires 6s, Aug. 28 at 70%.
Cent. Bk. of Germany 6s, Aug. 5 at 265*.
Chili Mtge. Bk. 65*8, Aug. 28 at 12%.

12 at 36.
Harpen Mining 6s, Aug. 1 at 36%
Greek Govt. 7s, Aug.

:

j

99
99

Aug.
Aug.

2
1

895* Apr.
895* Apr.

Heidelberg 7%s, Aug.
Illinois Bell Telep. 5s,

July 20
99% Jan.
9

27 at 20.
Aug. 3 at 1075*.

Aug. 28 at 14834.
Norway 5s 1963, Aug. 15 at 101%.
Oslo Gas & Electric 5s, Aug. 12 at 1005*.
Paris Orleans 55*s, Aug. 2 at 1405*.
Pirelli 7s, Aug. 22 at 84.
Republic Iron & Steel 5s, Aug. 1 at 105%.
San Paulo 8s 1950, Aug. 27 at 145*.
Truax-Traer Coal 65*s, Aug. 28 at 88.
United Steel Works 65*s series A, Aug. 7
32% and Aug. 20 at 33%. , ■
Unterelbe Pow. & Lt. 6s, Aug. 2 at 32,
Wisconsin Central 4s, Aug. 2 at 8%.

Nord Ry. 6%s,

,

,

at

•<v <-v
■

i

y

Meio

York Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF
;

ivj;;;1.
August
Jan. 1 to
:

SJOCK PRICES DURING AUGUST 1935.

Sates
1935
..Shares.
42,925,486
Aug. 311/-- J'-.'-—197,201,582
—

In accordance with

lots except In the case

a

1934

'

1

16,690,972
251,081,370

Bond Sales

-

-' >

,

-1935

small way.

a

- -

1934

/

$286,903,000 *'
Jan. 1 to Aug. 31_> —.....2,197,530,000

rule of the Stock fficcbaage, effective Oct. 3 1915. all stocks are now quoted dollars per share.

of stocks which sell only in

\

•

L

August!

Prices are

$317,108,000
2,640,021,700

-

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
regular monthly range are shown In a footnote In the month In which they occur.
No account is taken of suoh sales in oomputing the range for the year.
:*v'"

SALES

AQGREQATE

Jan.

100

140
v:

8,600
42,700
16,000

7,200
W 8,100
,;Y 9.300
;
47,900
;

,

800

;

'114,500
11,100
5,300
2,600

7,100

V

:

::

11,700

; 15.600
600
•

•

168,300
18,800
102,700
4,000
21,300
1,800
24,700
24,300
34,200
780

7,000
450

•

v

39,800
.2,200
26,100
9,200
13,900
3,000
2,600
10

1,600
26,300
46,700
940

1,210
17,500
1,900

c,

"

V::,-

Abraham 8c Straus.........*

Preferred..........-...100

,

Acme Steel Co

55,700
160,300
112,300
53,800
101,000
44,200
429,400
11,400
268,600
37,700
13,900
9,600
12,000

,

Par

•••

17,900
348,750
2,970

Adams Millie......

56,100
193,900
17,600
271,900
41,200
623,000
35,900

25

...

Adams

Express
Preferred..............100
......

...

7,700
181,000
107,300
315,600
13,471
60,300
4,970
361,600
13,900
195,900
84,900
41,400
17,600
V
36,800

^

Aug.
Bid

1

42

k

55

Sale

7

Addressograph Multlgraph 10

1154

Advance Rumely
Affiliated Products

.......*

12

Sale

Air Reduction Inc

.......*

•

Alaska Juneau
A P W Paper

Gold

Mln.10

Co

•

tAllegheny Corp...........*
Pref series A130 warr'ts .100
Pref series A 140 warr'ts 100

Pref series A $30 ex-war .100

Alleghany Steel......

*

Allied Chem 8c Dye......

*

Preferred

.

.

.....^^....100

_

Allied Stores Corp..

...

5% preferred

100

Allis Chalmers Mfg

Preferred

_

.....*

.50

.

Amerada Corp
..._*
Amer Agrlc Chemical (Del).*
American Bank Note..
10

Preferred

...........50

Am Brake S 8c F

Preferred...

.......

....100

American Can
Amer Car 8c

25

.....100

American

4

Sale

v

324 Sale
3J4 Sale
Sale

29
159
127

...100

Chain......J....*

27

-

6734
48

2734
64

12654
143
158
56
15

County, N J............25

81

35
334 Sale
2434 Sale
1234 Sale

117
73

Sale

Sale
~

Sale

100

175

»

5
34

Sale
Sale

1034
2734
1034
534
2534
3554
234
2454
854

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Foreign Power

Preferred
2d pref A
Preferred

...*

*

.......

(6)

Am Hawaiian

...»

Steamship

10

Amer Hide 8c Leather

Preferred

100

Amer Home Products......
American Ice
......_.*

Preferred.
Amer

...

Internet

..100

Corp..

*

27

134
1734
234
234
834
734

-•
_

1
1
8

v

7

1954
29

30

35
3434
334
454
334
2534 Sale
2334
1434 Sale
1234
11934 12154 115
7634 Sale
72
134 Sale
; 1

:■

Am Ac

-

165

3434

20 Amer Express Co

8

.

19 14734

26
2654 .25
Aug.
16034 162
15734 Aug.
126
12634 129
Aug.
Sale
654 Sale
534 Aug.
Sale
60
7154 Sale
Aug.
Sale
2634 Sale
2534 Aug.
16
Sale
1634
1554 Aug.
4
Sale
Sale
334 Aug.
27
2834 2954
31
Aug.
65 34 Aug.
Sale
6734
68
49
5434 Sale
4834 Aug.
Sale
2754 Sale
2634 Aug.
Sale
6034
63
6254
Aug.
Sale
3434 Sale
1271
12834 12934
Sale
13834 Sale
160
15934 157
Sale
2134 Sale
2034 Aug.
Sale
50
Sale
48
Aug.
Sale
14
1734 Sale
Aug.
85
79
9034
95
Aug.
Sale
8934
90
8934 Aug.

534
6024
2554
17J4
334

1

_

28

Sale

9234

....

9154
3134
1434
1334

Sale

Preferred
100
American Chicle...
Am
Coal
Co
of Alleghany

4,900 American Colortype
10
175,000 Am Com Alcohol..........20
379,100 Amer Crystal Sugar Co
10
7% 2d pref
.......100
28,120
6% 1st preferred
1,420
...100
189,900 Amer Encaustic Tiling
*
8,700 Am European Securities

12

Sale

•

2434

Foundry......

Preferred..

1534 Sale
1 54
2
134 Sale

37

.....

Preferred

Sale

12

$2.50 prior conv pref....

9034 Aug.
30
Aug.
1154 Aug.
1154 Aug.
.7 34 Aug.
140
Aug.
1
Aug.
1534 Aug.
134 Aug.
131 Aug.
v-4
Aug.
.351 Aug.
; 3 h Aug.
10
Aug.

734 Sale
14734 Sale
1

Air-Way Elec Appli Corp...

Sale Prices

114

-

8934

*

48
Aug. 12
115
Aug.,
Aug. 23
Aug. 15 61
Aug.
3
734 Aug.
2
954 Aug. 17

11334 114
61
6254

30 34

150

.>

Sale
Sale
Sale

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices
42
Aug.

95
Sale
Sale

30

577,000
205,600
120,200
77,200
17,400
23,800
51,100
107,700
87,000
24,600
! 208,820

Lowest

Aug.Zl

Ask
Sale

•

\Ipha Portland Cement....*
1
57,500 Amalgamated Leather

10

332,200
68,500
59,300
28,100
4,400
11,300
21,500
23,900
16,000
2,500
57,400

Aug. 311935

1,810
1,350

510

2,800
93,100

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

July 1 1933

1

Shares

Shares
-K

STOCKS

PRICES IN AUGUST

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Since

In

August

Low from

Ǥ*
175 i

.

31

71

5654
3034
6534
3834
2834
4634
60

25

5734
1754
5034
5234

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

3434
434
2654
1534
20 34
76 34
13$
834

734 Aug.

175
Aug. 29
7
Sale
1
454 Aug.
30
3534 Sale
Aug. 27
13
Sale
10
1
Aug.
26
3234 Sale
Aug. 28
1154
12
1034 Aug.
5
.534
454 Aug.
3634 38
2434 Aug.
32
31
3254
Aug.
254 Sale
234 Aug.
2034 Sale
2034 Aug.
854
854
754 Aug.

75

934
12

L7

3434
13

554
3934
3734
334
2534

934

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

23
16
12
17
6
15
26
10
17

15
.

15
15
19

Aug.: l
Aug. 14
Aug. 28
Aug. - 9
Aug. 17
Aug.-17
Aug. r- 1
Aug. 30
Aug. 30
Aug. 23
Aug. 21
Aug.
6
Aug.
7
Aug. 12
Aug. 27
Aug.
3
Aug. 19
Aug.
5
Aug.
2
Aug. 29
Aug. 20
Aug.
2

Aug.
2
Aug. 10
Aug. 14
Aug. 12
Aug. 30
Aug. 30
Aug.
7

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

17
29
17
12
19
12
17
.

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
32
Apr.
3 48 ; Aug. 12
110
Jan. 10 115
Aug. 23
51
June 25
6254 July 31

434 Mar. 15
v

Jan.
Jan.

954 Aug. 17
9154 Aug.- 23
3354 Jan.
2
1454 Aug. 12
1354 Aug. 17

2

June

6
12

Mar. 18

Jan. 15
Mar. 18

854 Feb. 11
14954 July 18
Apr.
3
154 Jan.
7
July 25 £2054 Jan.
9
134 June 24
354 Jan.
8
254 Aug.U7
54 Mar. 30
254 Mar. 21
854 Aug. 15
2
Mar. 27 ■"'754 Aug. 15
154 Mar. 28
7
Aug. 15
654 Apr/ 2 1954 Aug. 19
•

21

Jan.

125

*

12
Mar. 18

iJune 19
Aug. 14
i Feb. 27
i Aug.
9
Aug. 17
; Aug.-17

12234 Apr* 18
Mar.; 13

A*

£49

'

-

12
14

<f.

m
it*

June 17
Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Mar. 14

June 25
Jan. 11
June
1
Jam

Feb.

12

Jan.

5
201 : Jan.
i Aug. 30
Apr. 22
Aug. 23

11

119

Mar. 29
Jan. * 8

110

Jan.

15

1SXH Jan.

4

21

16

Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
May
July
Aug.

6

23

12
27
3
3
31
2
Aug. 29
Aug. 20

Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Jan.- 30
38
66

Jan.
Feb.

8

June

30

Mar. 26

Aug.

254
2234
634
5754
72

Mar. 14
Mar. 18
Feb.
5
Jan.
2

11

Jan.

2.

June

8

3

Aug. 17
Aug. 29
Aug. 17
Aug.12
Aug. 19
Aug. 12..
Jan.

Apr. 18
ar.

22

Jan.

,IH Mar. 30
2

14

July

Mar. 13
Mar. 15
Mar. 14

17
Mar.
12
12 22934 Apr.
254 July
24
2034 Aug.
13
434 Mar.
22

3

June 11

Aug.
1
May 24
254 Apr.
2
150
July 22
14

8

2
Aug. 10

13
13

10

May 22
Aug. 12
Aug. 12

12
24
31

Jan.

17

Feb.

18

16

Aug. 22

J Am La France 8c Foamite—

/'V

250

5,870

22,000
3,600
22,900

199,800
47,900
189,200

Amer Locomotive ..........*

12,500
5,400
41,400
1,600

26,500
234,300
10,850

Voting trust ctfs
*
American Metal
.........*

900

513,800
145,300
145,500
304,100
20

Preferred

Preferred

6% Conv preferred..... 100
4,500 American News N Y Corp...*
890,500 Amer Power Ac Light........*
$6 preferred..............*
373,800
$5 preferred
•
Am Radiator Ac Stand San.
Preferred
.........100
1,900
25
768,400 Am Rolling Mill

389,800
1,427,000

40,700
104,800
9,760
1,087,600
26,600
39,400
26,200

100

54,100

261,100
6,780
48,300
102,700
16,600
120,800
766,115
93,000
259,800
16,700
22,400
18,210
842,100
29,900
142,700
231,400
29,500
22,230
49,260

....

930

6,000
12,000
1,900
50,000
108,200
8,300
22,400
1,400
4,600
6,320
319,700
6,000
31,700
42,700
9,000
6,800
13,700
2,000

......100

Am Mach Ac Foundry.......*
90,200 Amer Machine Ac Metals.... *

184,600
1,300
29,500
1,720
160,400
1,700
2,400
2,000

790

100

American Safety Razor
American Seating....

.__.*

American Shipbuilding

....*

•

Amer Smelt Ac Refining,.

Preferred............. Ill
2d Preferred...........100
American Snuff

.,

........25

Preferred..........

100

234

334

234 Aug. 12

2|34

i88

ip

Sale

1834

17

Preferred..............100

107
Sale

90

99

American

Stores...........*

American 8ugar Refining.100
Preferred .............100
Am Sum Tob

•

Amer Telep At Teleg
100
American Tobacco ........25
Class B
25

3634
Sale
5354
13334 13534 137
2554
2234 Sale
13154 Sale
13634

II*

Sale

97

Sale

100

Preferred...
.100
tAmer Type Founders......*
Preferred
100

141

135

Am Wat Wks At

•

Sale

Woolen..........*
Preferred..............100

Sale

tAm Writing Paper Co. Inc.l

Sale

..........

...

El....

1st preferred.
American

$6

preferred.............*
.....

zee

334

Amer Steel Foundries......*

Amer Zinc, Lead At Smelt...1
Preferred
25
8,500

For footnotes

254

1834 Sale
1534
16
1534 Aug. 28
56
5734 4934
5034 50
Aug. 21
2434 Sale
2254
23
2234 Aug. 27
834 Sale
8
Aug. 13
834
854
sk
754 Aug. 10
24
Sale
2034 Sale
1954 Aug. 16
110 34 Sale
110
115
1
11034 Aug.
29
Sale
2954 2834 Aug.
1
Sale
454 Sale
1
434 Aug.
Sale
3354 Sale
1
3234 Aug.
Sale
2834 Sale
2554 Aug. 27
Sale
1754 Sale
1654 Aug. 28
15234
2
15234 Aug.
24
"Sale' 2254 Aug. 28
2454 Sale
90
93
87
92
8734 Aug. 20
Sale
854 Sale
5
834 Aug.
25
2454 Sale
9
2334 Aug.
4234 Sale
4534 Sale
1
4154 Aug.
L37
138
13854 135
13734 Aug. 2
L1534 11634 10834 Sale 107
Aug. 26
72
7434 Sale
7034
7034 Aug. 28
138
Sale
135
140
138
1
Aug.

page 43.




434
Sale

36

5134
13134
2234
131

9734
9834
13734
4

14
12

Sale

72

Sale

754
4434
54

334
Sale
Sale

3

334
45

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

9
26

29
3

3
2
1

13
16
23
5
6
1
1
2

20
3
5
1
1

434 Aug. 24

1834 Aug.
56
Aug.
2454 Aug.
934 Aug.
854 Aug.
2454 Aug.
11534 Aug.
2934 Aug.
934 Aug.
4934 Aug.
Aug.

«■AugAug.
.

'8

154 Mar. 13

6

Jam

18

Jan.

9

31
30

2

July

19

I July

22

Apr.
Apr.
Aug.
I Aug.
May
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.

22

27
27
2

17
12
12

15
9

2554 Aug. 19
92
8
Aug.
1234 Aug. 17
25
1
Aug.
4734 Aug. 26
7
14034 Aug.
6
11734 Aug.
8
7534 Aug.
5
14134 Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

23
2
16
12
29
22
13
6
27
5
30
31
17
16
12
13
21
21
21
21

+V.'r

-

Jan.

26
26

27
27
7
17
12
12
15
9
19
25
17
7

Aug. 26
May
8
Aug.
6
June 26

July
Mar. 14
Feb.
4

19

Aug. 23
July 27

Apr.
Aug.

4
3

Jan.

9

Feb.

16

Jan.

3

May

Jan.

29

Aug.

Mar. 18

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July

6
22
13
6
27
31

18

Jan.

18

15

AUg.

Apr.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3
21

18

13

Mar, 19
Mar. 13
Mar. 18
Mar. 29

Mar. 15
Mar. 13
Mar. 20

31
Aug. 17
Aug. 16
May 21
May 21
Jan.

18

Jan.

18

May 23
Aug. 21

T*'V'
i-V»

In

Share**

21,500
50,300
3,130

'

180

C

r-

,

510

;

2,ooo
130,900
16,200

.

,

300

57,500
32,500
V 1,300

21,300
2,700
;iv 3,100 V-j
.

:

?

,

90

67,700

4,497

/;

.

*

698,400
74,000
1,420
53,900
V
4,300
24,500
127,200
3,300
742,200
151,100
66,000

200

5,900
500

3,700
35,000
500

225,500
:

16,400
8,600
274,100
33,300
3,540
62,100

1,129,400
135,900
26,140
256,300
I,740
4,960
3,830
379,400
142,100
9,020
3,730
439,700
442,700
9,800

650

1,170
520

153.400
16,600
1,430
2,230
72,100
36,300
2,800

Barnsdall

.....

Hh

Corp............5

preferred...........100
Beatrice Crenmery........25
1st

Preferred

.

II,200 ; :
1,600
;
80

Beldlng-Hemingway—.....*
Belg Nat Rys part pref ......
Corp......5
Beneficial Indus Loan Corp.*

Bendlx Aviation

•

Best Ac Co

Corp......*
7% preferred
100
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Inc *
.._.......*

Blaw-Knox

Bloomlngdale Bros.. .......•

Preferred..............100
Blumenthal Ac Co pref....100

Boeing Airplane Co w 1.....5
Bohn Alum Ac Brass Corp
5
Bon Ami class A

...

.....*

*
...15
Borg-Warner Corp......—10
Class B

Borden Co. (The)

430

;

100,300
9,700
106,600

18,600
40,300
3,700
'

""816
5,250
67,100
6,200
1,400

.

Brunswlck-Balke-CoU

•

Bucyrus-Erle Co .......... 10

preferred........—5
Preferred (7)
——.—100
Budd (E G) Mfg
*
Preferred 7%
100
Conv

Budd

990

/K

136,600
166,400
202,300
230,400
183,800
1,540
715,800
33,200
30,600
7,190

235,200

3,400
5,700
950

Watch.............*

Burns

Brothers class A ....*

........—.*
............100

Callahan Zinc-Lead........1

Calumet At Heda Cons Cop 25

Campbell W Ac C Foundry...*
Canada Dry Glng Ale.....—5

Southern........100
Canadian Pacific.........25

Canada

Cannon Mills———————*

Capital Admin Co Ltd c A—1
Preferred class A
.....10

600 Car Clinch F Ac Ohio Ry..l00

470

1,870
5,500
,

95,400 Central Aguirre Associate*.*
100
21,600 Central RR of N J
29,600 Century Ribbon Mills. .....*

60

81,800
21,700
3,700

1,118,600

Preferred

650

300

4,200

16
65
28

6ft
33 5*

68
42

18„

n*

19

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

185*
495*
375*

185*
Sale
47.
50
345*
Sale
86
Sale
185*
20
115*
Sale
205*
23 1085* 108
605*
74
: 105*
Sale
475* .435*
97
985*
445* '42
•245*
Sale

1005*
185*
135*
205*
108

495* Sale
6

Sale

1

Sale

100

Gerro de Pasco Copp........*
Certain-Teed Prod
•

69,600
7% preferred
100
16,640
......5
2,500 Checker Cab..
82,700 Chesapeake Corp. ...... ...*
.........

462,500 Chesapeake Ac Ohio.......25
.100
1,100 tChlc At East 111 RR
II,000

0% preferred

For footnote* see page 43.




605*
155*
475*
98
42

245*

485* Sale

100

Aug. 12
Aug. 27
Aug. 29
Aug.
7
Aug.
1
Aug.
1
Aug. 17
Aug. 31
Aug. 17
Aug. 15
Aug. 26
Aug. 23

isi.

—

„-u.

6

Sale

1

15*
15*
145* Sale

Sale

43

Sale

Aug.
1
Aug. 15

13

'375* Aug.

1

15*
145*
455*
455*
365*
35*

Aug
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
.

14

43
41

35*
35*

'

6
47
3

1

55* Sale
6%
65*
165* Sale
5*
5*

m

55* Sale
95* ;io
175* Sale
Sale

2

.6

Aug.

Aug.

3ps

105*

xl7

Sal^
Sale

25* Sale
85* Sale

45*

'

5*
7

5* Aug.
35* Aug.
165* Aug.

Il75*

K. Sale
5* Sale
3 5* Sale
215* Sale
105* Sale

16ft

325* Sale
5* Sale

51

lift

15

53

33

2%

y
95*

54

105* Sale

225*

34

ft

11

26
60
70
35

445*

Sale
Sale

47

25* Sale
ft >
5*

175* Sale
58

5

Sale

145*
15*
5*
155*
■

56

105* Sale
335*
345*
11
Sale
445*
455*

56

25*
185*

65*

52

75
235<

100

Sale

65* Sale

2105*
_

58
6

102

Sale
Sale

205*

475* Sale

87 ft

45*
445*

1 H

55*
Sale

455* Sale
5*
15*
1
15*

26

Aug.

7

3

Aug. 19

54

95* Aug.
9
335* Aug. 10
105* Aug. 28
43
Aug. 27

'
75*

55

75*

455* Sale
1
2
25* Sale

.

,

17
22
14
31
7
7
12

10
8
13

2
5
16
5
5
1
22
24
19
21
12
31

"Aug. 29

.

5*
85*
245*
235*
t,

305* May 25
15* Apr. 18
14
May
9
365* Mar. 15

Aug.
Aug.

125* Aug.
455* Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

Aug.

10

Jan.

30

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.

29
9
14
22
12

Jan.'

9

Jan.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
35* Jan.
315* Jan.
465* Aug.

15$
145*
455*
455*
365*

Jan.

Mar. 18 715*
Apr. 12 635*
July 24 1255*
65*
July
5
85*
Mar 14
Mar. 15 15
Mar. 22 915*

535*
1215*
35*
45*
85*
625*

4 100

35* Mar. 15
23

«

-

,

10,

305*
5*
25*
75*
85*

Aug3

30

June

July : 8
Mar. 13
Mar. 13
Aug. :3
50
Apr. ' ^0
95* Mar. 18
1

45* Mar. 21
325* Feb. 25
825* Feb. 27
85
Mar. 20
455* Mar. 18
835* Apr. 11

365* Jan.

Aug.
1
Aug. 17
Aug.' 6

16

195* Apr. 26
15* Apr. a3
15* Mar. '8
lift Mar. 20
22ft,Feb. 13
34
Mar. 18
65* July 31
065* Mar. 14
385* Jan. 15
3ft Mar. 13
23
Mar. 12
45* Mar. 27
36
Mar. 12

33

475* Aug. 13
15* Aug. 15
25* Aug. 30

44

19

Jan.

43

Aug. 22

445* Aug. 20
1
Aug. 27
15* Aug.
6

65* Aug. 1
*015* Aug. 12
535* Aug. 20
55* Aug.
2
j,

July

Aug. 10
Jan.
3

90

10
21
21
1
15
19
14
22
16
13
29
19
23

Aug.
5
45* Aug. 14
435* Aug. 20

1
7

June
6
Apr. 30
Feb.
7
Jan. 17

Mar. 28
15* Mar. 12
5* June • 3
lift Mar. 14
32
Mar. 14

115* Aug.

Apr. 26
Aug, 26
Aug.
1

.

Aug;
1
Aug. 23
Aug.
7
Aug. 21
Aug. 21

54

4

Jan.

'

Aug. 30
Aug^ 30
Aug. 14
Aug.
1
Aug. . 1

35

Aug. 27
Aug. 31

-

75*
185*
25*
85*

365* Aug.
5* Aug.
55* Aug..
225* Aug.
115* Aug.

,

Jan. 21
Aug. 17
Aug. 17
Aug. 2
Aug. 9
May
8
1065* S*ar. 18 115
•i»
35* Feb.. 25
65* Aug.
9
32
June 21
61
Aug. 13
55* Mar. 6 105* May 16
375* Mar. 14 515* Aug. 15
May 10
1075* Jan, 11 115
Mar.
1
.-145* July -6 19
1005* Jan.
5 1085* June 18
72
Feb.
2 92
July 30
11J* Map. 18 135* Aug. 7
85
Apr. 26 1175* Mar. 7
115* Mar. 13 195* Aug. 24
15H Mar. 13 195* July
5
34
Aug.
8
Jan. 30 50
215* Mar. 18 395* Aug. 23
555* Mar. 18 1035* Aug. 23
145* Mar. 19 265* Jan. 23
Aug. 22
95* Mar. 14 -14
165* June 19 235* Aug. 16
June 19
1035* Jan., 22 112
285* Mar. 13 725* July 23
65* Mar. 18 165* Aug. 27
395* July 10 595* Jan.
8
90 ; Jan. 31 100
July 18
42.
Aug. 16 475* July 17
21
Mar. 29 265* July 23
285* Jam 15 495* July 31
35* Mar. 27
75* Aug. 13

Aug.

105* Aug.
195* Aug.

Aug. 14 88
Aug. 14 945*
Aug. 20 735*
Aug.
1 112
Aug. 20 555*
Aug. 30 305*
45*
Aug.
2

245* Aug.
49
Aug.

56

102
575* Sale
65* Sale
555* Pale
65* Sale
455* Sale

65*
265*
175*
225*
1005* Feb. 21 1095*
365* Mar; 12 495*

Aug.
6
265* Aug. 16
625* Aug. 17
85* Aug. 12
102
Aug. 12
595* Aug. 12
65* Aug.
6
565* Aug. 29
7
Aug. 24
475* Aug. 15

28

Sale

99 ■:

5

85* Aug.

20

"315* Sale" "305* Sale"
245* Sale

9
2
1
7

1
1

875*
92
91
93
945*
945* 93 '
64
725* Sale
685* Sale
1065*
1105* Sale
1065* Sale
515*
53
Sale
55
Sale
255*
275* Sale
285* Sale
35*
4
Sale
35* Sale

34

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

5* Aug.
35* Aug.

87

175*

Aug.

1

92

66 ft
15

1
2

;305* Aug.

Sale

205* Sale
95* Sale

Feb/26

15*
,-75* Apr.
3
75* Mar. 12
95* Mar 13

•

15* Aug. 17
65* Aug. 27

,

Mar.
Mar.
55* May
355* May
3
-Mar.
25* July
4'

IS

195*
,25*
5*
195*
605*

7

; 1
Sale

175* Sale
15* I 25*
65* * 75*

6

15

15*

6

:
v'i

175* Sale
15*
15*
5* Sale
175* Sale
595* Sale

32

4

-

25
13
Aug. 27
3 106
12 86
Aug. 29
21 405* Augr, 7
28 57 5* July 29
June 26
29 91
3 375* Jan.
4
6
75* Aug. 31
5 105* Aug. 17
May 16
12 28
< 3
465* Aug. 20
Aug. 23
2 114
Apr. 30
30 111
13
75* Jan.
8
18 365* Aug. 21
Jan.
2
0 14
Jan.
2
7 63
13
55* Jan.
3
45* Aug. 23
10

2

8

5* Aug.

55* Aug.

,

Mar.

315*
75*
75*
705*
145*

Mar. 14
25* Mar. 21
^35* May 13
t- 8& Mar. 13
5* July
9
5* June 17
5* Mar. 20
3
Mar. 16
135* Mar.. 14
1
Apr. :8
55* Apr .
3

65* Aug.

6
9

■Jl6

Mar.

3
6

215* Mar.
32$* Apr;
1065* Jan.
111 : Apr,

i.Cj/1'i.

19

Mar.

35* Mar.
Apr.
75* Mar.
805* Apr.
48
Mar.
295* Feb.
355* Mar.
605* Mar.
195* Apr.

45* Aug. 23

1

42
Aug. 21
455* Sale
445* Sale
35
Aug. 24
35
36
355* Sale
25* Aug.
1
25*
35*
25* Sale
26
Aug.
21
Aug.
1
225*
25
21
Sale
•415* Aug. 27 465* Aug.
425*
44
425* Sale
Aug.
Aug.
1 100
99
995* 99
99
Sale
715* Aug.
655* Aug. 27
65 :
68
655*
67
615* 615* Aug. 30 635* Aug.
635*
645* 60
1215* Aug.
6 1215* Aug.
1215* 122
1215* 122
55* Aug.
35* Aug.
1
4
Sale
55*
55*
75* Aug.
6
Aug. 12
65* Sale
75* Sale
145* Aug.
125* Aug.
3
14
Sale
125* Sale
Aug.
86
Aug.
5 88
90
88
Sale * 85
6
Aug.
45* Aug.
6
55* Sale
45* Sale
35
Aug*
6 485* Aug.
465* Sale
38
Sale

2ih

4

4

14

.

'45

/

135*

iSg

165*

,8

6

38

7% debenture......... 100

Stamped.... .........100
1,090
100
664,100 Case (J I) Co
'
Pref 7%
100
12,900
....*
376,600 Caterpillar Tractor
Celaneee Corp of America
*
,• 679,500
..........*
47,400 ICelotex Go...
Voting trust certificates..*
61,600
Preferred...
100
36,290

27,700
154,600
14.200

1
■-

Sale Prices

255* July

.35* Aug;
1
245* Aug. 24
175* Aug. 17
225* Aug. 17
1095* Aug. ' 2
495*Aug.
9
115
Aug.- 2
65* Aug.- 9
61 « Aug. 13
105* Aug. 23
515* Aug. 15
1135* Aug. 14
16 5*- Aug
9
105
Aug.
1
92
Aug.
2
135* Aug.
7
875* Aug.
8
Aug. 2 195* Aug. 24
Aug.
8 185* Aug. , 1
50
Aug.
8
Aug.
1
Aug.
2 395* Aug. 23
Aug.
7 1035* Aug. 23
Aug. 30 225* Aug. -. 1
Aug. 22
Aug.
2 14
Aug.
1 235* Aug. 16
1
Aug.
1 1085* Aug.,
1
Aug. 19 63 - Aug.
165* Aug. 27
Aug.
3
Aug.
2 ,485* Aug. 23
Aug;
1
Aug. 12 100
Aug. 23
Augil6 45
Aug. 28 265* Aug. 15
1
Aug. 19 495* Aug.
75* Aug. 13
Aug.
1

22

Sale

Sale
125* Sale
205* Sale
1085* Sale
63
Sale
11
Sale
45
Sale
995* Sale
435*
46
26
Sale

tBush Terminal Co.........*

Calif Packing Corp .........*

14
6
17
29
9

Aug.
9
25* Sale ..12
19
Sale
Aug. 16
13
Aug*
2
155* Sale
155* Aug,. 2
195*
205*
108
Aug.>/1
1065* 109
44
Sale
435* Aug. 23
114
112
115
Aug. 13
1
55*
3 55* r. 45* Aug,'
51
55
Aug.
2
575*
85* Aug* <2
95* Sale
44
465* 425* Aug., 1
1
1105* 1115* 1105* Aug.
155* Aug; 2
155*
155*
104
Aug. 27
1045* Sale
.89
Aug. 23
885*
90
125* Aug.
2
135* Sale
86
Aug. 14
855*
865*

22

6

Class B......
Preferred..

Burroughs Add Mach.......*

Aug.
1
Aug. 12
Aug. 10

=

35* Aug.

—.'"4—

90

113,600

"35* Sale"

Class A v t c

80

69,100

•:

..........

;

20

9,900

145*
:

*

Wheel

Bulova

Bullard Co

Pref ctfs of deposit.....100
5,140
63,400 Butte Copper 8c Zinc.......5
fButterlck—
28,100
154,400 Byers Co..
Preferred..
..100
5,120

~~830

900

44 ft
"

Boston Ac Maine.........100

Bush Term Bldge—

23,800
3,200
47,600

.

175*
185*
475*
375*
925*

21ft

Bethlehem Steel

30,400
97,700
138,900
7,050
325,500
53,400
451,700
31,000
196,000
6,000
2,800
3,370
10,420
267,600
28,300
8,610

8,900
14,300
23,400

6,700
7,600

54 r:-.>
7
835*
95*
112
21

Beech-Nut Packing.......20

Preferred......
——*
17,300
239,100 Bklyn-Manhattan Transit ..*
<4 preferred series A---—*
31,600
67,900 Brooklyn Union Gas........*
16,100 Brown Shoe, Inc...........*
Preferred
...........100
580

2,300
71,900 ■■■'?
4,300

'

8 H

55

........100

.

'

23
80

Bayuk Cigars, Inc........—*

....*
421,300 Bridgeport Brass Co
1,056,000 Briggs Manufacturing......*
88,600 Brlggs Ac Stratton......__.*
V
59,800 Bristol-Myers Co...........5
20,900 Brooklyn Ac Queens Transit.*

.

-

91ft

;

—106

v-3,300 tBotany Cons Mills A. .....50

J

18,000
24,800
81,100
21,300
47,900

Preferred

5,700

c

Sale

-'-U—.

9H
86
*
295* '

-100

•

Highest

8
Mar. 13 205*
165* Apr.
1 28
125* May 15 175*
100
July
6 109
9
35* Mar. 21
36
Jan. 16 52
117
Aug. 22 1225*
97
Apr.
3 108
35* Apr.
3
65*
56
Apr.
3 705*
85 " Jail.
2 110

9 "7 5* Aug,12
365* Aug. 21
9
85* Aug. 15
6
Aug. 12
9 43

! 6ft Aug7
25
Aug.Sale
.' 65* Aug.8
415*
42 ' 395* Aug. <

"35* Sale"
35* Sale

...

90

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
45
114

75* :;

40

375*

76

3

225* Sale
135* Sale
165* Sale
108
Sale
465* Sale
115
Sale
45* Sale
52
Sale
85* Sale
425* Sale
1105* Sale
155* Sale
105
Sale
91
Sale
125* Sale
855*
89

210

,

27ft

........100

Preferred

87

145*
135* Aug. 19
Aug.
8 106
86
Aug.
2
39
Aug. 20 405*
48
555*
Aug. 28
865* Aug. 29 905*
225* Aug.
8 28
6
75*
Aug.
2
105*
75* Aug.
2
225* Aug. 30 255*
37?* Aug.' - 2 465*
112
Aug. 16 114

zlOO

Sale

49

gale

Baldwin Locomotive Works.*

Preferred

,

iirA

-Sale

7

V/;*: 25*

3,850 Bamberger (L) Ac Co pref.. 100
24,000 Bangor Ac Aroostook......50
Preferred..............100
1,320
23,700 Barker Bros..............—*

9,700
I,250
167,400
20,800

,

4

Baltimore Ac Ohio........100

4,300

>

4

15

135,900
841,800
126,300

240

;

18
75

111

525,000

118,200
22,000
258,500
49,300

Sale

Aug. 27
Aug. 21
Aug. 12
Aug.
2
Aug. 26

Aug.
Aug.
102
Aug.
315* Aug.
75* Aug.
75* Aug.

Aug.
5
285* Aug.
7
65* Aug.
2
,1 65* Aug. 27

Sale

86 ;X 90
38.
42

255*
75*
95*
65*
75*
225*
24
Sale
435*
385* Sale
1125* Sale 1135*
111
1115*
7
65* Sale
345*
275*

21H

-

T

Sale Prices

~

Sale Prices

100

110

T

25

f

Lowest

70

14
Sale
Sale
785* Sale
38
40
55
Sale
905* Sale
235* Sale

355*
535*

100

........

Sale Prices.

Ask

Sale
155* Aug. * 1
205*
28
265*
205* Aug. • 1
Sale
125* Aug.
6
145*
1035* 1025* Aug. 22 107
9
Sale
65* Aug. 10
495* z485* Aug. 20 52
118
117
Aug. 22 119
106
Aug. 20 108
106
45*
Sale
35* Aug.
2
61
Aug. 13
635*
Sale

101

36

26

...a....*
13,100 Atlas Tack Corp
332,900 Auburn Automobile ...i*.—*
36,000 Austin, Nichols Ac Co ....._*
Prior A......
.....*
3,120
286,200 Aviation Corp of Del (The) ..5
114,700 *. New-....................3

.

92.900

;

/Preferred

:

•;iHighest'*'

Lowest *•

,.

72

63%
44 *
'

;

v

.

•

300

.

V. 2ft
35*

Preferred called...........

8,100

.

13

100

690

~2~, 600

.

465*
315*
2

Atlas Powder...............*

127,500

1,100
71,500
179,000
6,000
7,300
6,000

P

106

,

*

Atl G Ac W I 88 Lines

jv 75,600
*.<>: 4,770
-

'

■

..100

Preferred

Preferred
5,900
420,520 Atlantic Refining-...

590

,

.....*

143,500 Associated Dry Goods......1
1st preferred...........100
19,600
2d preferred...........100
10,800
Associated OH
25
;•>
530
100
1,161,600 Atchison Top Ac 8 Fe
Preferred...
...100
57,900
245,900 Atlan Coast Line RR....10Q

970

-

........

........

-

„

93,900
4,700

1,800
61,120
11,800

IK

Cap Corp..........*

Preferred...

80

Ask Bid
195*
155* Sale
25
205* Sale
135*
135* Sale
102
106
107
85*
65*
75*
49
52
Sale
1185* 117
110
1055*
1075* Sale
45*
35* Sale
625*
635* Sale
98
99
102
31.
285* Sale
65*
65* Sale
75* Sale

8

Anaconda Copper
...50
Anaconda Wire Ac Cable....*
Anchor

Aug. 31.

1

Aug.
Bid

8,200 Andea Copper Mining Co...*
*
85,300 Archer Daniels Mid......
Preferred
........100
1,220
29,800 Armour (Del) pref........ 100
......5
W 687,800 Armour of Illinois
$6 convertible preferred..*
.121,200
Preferred...,
......100
8,400
...—*
V
103,200 Armstrong Cork Co
-.5
112,000 Arnold Constable Corp
*
r;t
4,200 Artloom Corporation....

3,100
11,400

'

Par

.

,

1

Aug. 31 1935

,2.916.400

5,200 C ',.
V
,10,700

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

Shares

_

762,900

■

N.T.BTOCKEXCHAHGE

Since

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from
July 1 1933

Jan. 1

Augusts,

v

STOCKS

SALES

AGGREGATE

35

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

N, ,Y. STOCK

SEPT., 1935]

375* Mar. 12
=

■

1

Apr. 26

5* June

3

6

485*
65*
105*
195*
25*
15*
15*
95*
185*
35*
105*

225*
25*
15*
205*

60ft

9
22
14
30
7
5
3
10

8
Aug. 13
Aug.
2
Apr. 11
Jan.
9
May 23
May 23
July 16
Aug. 22
Aug. 24
Aug. 19
Aug. 21
Aug. 12
Jan. 25
Jan. 23
Feb.
7
Jan. 23
Aug. 14
Jan
21
Jan. 22

Aug.

.

Jan . 21
Apr. 26
Jan.
3
Jan.
7
Aug. 21

Feb. 18
Jan.
3
Aug. 21
July
6
16ft Jan. 7
54
Aug. 19
135* Jan.
9
36
Jan. 10
12 ft Aug. 16
455* Aug. 13
88
-Aug. 29
95
July 18
735* Aug. 23
112
Aug. 22
555* Aug.
1
35ft Jan. 7
4ft May 21
45* May 21
335* June 13
29
May
8
625* Aug. 17
12ft Jan. 16
1095* Jan.
2
63 ft Apr. 25
6ft Jan.
7
56ft Aug. 29
7
Aug. 24
425*
15*
55*
225*

475* Aug. 15
475* Aug. 13
25* Jan. 12
2ft Jan.
8

N.Y. STOCK EXCHANGE-STOCKS

36
SALES

AGGREGATE

August
Shares
10,900
7,100

46,366
26,700
61,500

38,500
11,200
15,700
11,800
7,400
7,000
13,700
200

21,300
13,100
1,610
588,700
14,500
2,400
3,800
11,900

Shares

PRICES IN AUGUST

Lowjrom_

STOCKS

Aug .311935

117.2a:

13,904

40

40

76,800
320

3*

tCtaic lodtanap It Louie ptllt
I
rder Co.....5

2X
Sale

tOMC Mil 8t Paul It ParlfN
Prefarrad
..*—-100
Chicago ft North Waat.. IN

Sale

Preferred
Chicago Paeun

Chile

Sale

Sale
Sale

Corporation ..* * .

Sale

City Ice ft Fuel—...-.——^
Preferred... •

Sale
3X
Sale

o
•*

210

Sale

(f he) I
ft Pittsburgh...50

26,900

Sale

122
Sale

56 X

Class A——*————
Coca Cola Internet Corp...

560
600
430

9,000
22,400
906,100
7,200
760

67,000
M.

M

«.

—

t

103,000 tColorado Fuel ft Iron .... -*
14.950
Preferred..———*..100
5,180 Colorado ft Soathera—1*0
7,590
1st preferred.....—.**.100
2,410
3d preferred. .. .......100

;

148,700 Columbian Carbon....*——•

243,800 Columbia Pictures Corp wc*
2,032,200 Columbia G ft El common—.*
65,610
Preferred ..............100
5,070
8% pref series B..—.100
438,000 Commercial Credit. . . . ....10
10,410
Preferred 7%
-——25
32,292
Class A—®0
13,910
Preferred B. ........... .25
10,240
1st preferred.. ........100

6,800

800

20,400
3,000
2,740
290

8,200
100

115X Sale

Preferred 5)4%*———

1,994,700
258,500
3,700
181,300
14,200
9,000
I,170
39,100
590
190

30,900
29,400
14,800
49,600
120,700
7,000
34,900
1,600
28,600
15,800
9,600

346,700
92,900
137,000
227,500
841,100
20.645
244,300
7,900
153,200
115,400
73,500
86,300
15,600

12,900]
1,300
40

23,400
27,000
5,500

5,40$
180

Preferred.——..*———.*

8

..*

Conde-Nast Public* as

4% preferred.....—.—.100

Pref $5.. —.......—.—*

Conaol Laundries Corp*....*
Consolidated OH Corp**....*

"

5,400
3,100
21,500
11,600
237,200
4,800
9,500
800

300
6,700

■

8

Sale
Sale

9_ 109X
3X
4
X Sale
OX Sale
3 X Sale

8% preferred.. .....**..100
Consolld RR of Cuba pref. 100
Consolidated TeztUe*.

A**—20

*-*-..•
Continental Bake! A..
*
Class B
*
•

7

-

44)

Preferred...—..—*.100

Sale

X Sale
3X Sale
Sale

20

Continental Diamond Fibre 8

Sale

Insurance—2.50

Sale

Continental Motors..

Sale

Continental OH of Dal...—5
Corn Bxch Bank Trust Co. .20

Sale

Sale

Sale

Corn Prod Refining.......25

Sale

Preferred ——————— 100

.3X

Coty.Inc ——————

Sale

Cream of Wheat ctfS....—-*

Sale

Croeley Radio.*......—...*
Crown Cork ft Seal..*...—•
Preferred...—...—*—.*
390 Crown Wll P 1st pf—.... *.-•
69,800 Crown Zellerbach v t c..—.*
79,800 Crucible Steel of Amer
.100
17,900
Preferred ••Sesisssssses 100
42.600 Cuba Co (The)...*......—.*
4,820 Cuba RR pref...........100
238,420 Cuban American Sugar....10
36,070
Preferred *———*—*100
41,000 Cudahy Packing.....
..50
107,500 Curtis Publishing Go (The)*

Sale

62,100
Preferred.
.........*
503,400 Curtlsa Wright Corp.*..—.1
407,400
Class A————————1
650 Cushmans Sons 7% pref..100

103

Sale

Sale

86X
Sale
Sale

Sale

a\H

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

...

'

720

Sale

Sale
Sale

nox
70
Sale

8% preferred...........*.*

Sale

12

27
6
9
20
1
28
2
6

Aug.
Aug.
5X Aug.
25
Aug.
62X Aug.

1
19
22
22
10

19X Aug.

2

30

Aug.
7
Aug. 12
Aug.
1
Aug. 23

23

29 X Aug. 19

34X Aug.

1

Mar. 29
Mar. 29
June 28

July
Apr.

3

Mar. 13

IX
IX
9X
S5X
3X
9
11
16
}5
3X

July
Mar.
July
July
Mar.

9

30|

22
19
12
Mar. 15

Feb.
Mar.
July
Aug.
Apr.

23
12
31

28
30

L2XMay 15
19

Aug. 23

57 X July
3
50
Mar. 26
18
June 25

Sale

1
28
6
7
1

7
1
1
12
1
27
28
29
2
2
10
15
10
3
1
3
1
29

I

12

4X
9X

IX
67 X

82

Aug. 28 88 X
10X Aug. 7 14X
39
Aug. 28 42 X
Sale
1
1
ix
Aug.
Sale
19X Aug. 2 22 X
Sale
55
1
Aug.
60X
Sale
65 X Aug. 29
71X
158
158X Aug.
161X
4X
5X
4X Aug,
Sale
37 X Aug. 15 38 X
13 X
3
15 X
13 X Aug.
34
32 X Aug. 20
35X
46X 45X Aug. 14 46 X
85X Aug. 12 89 X
1
3X Aug.
5X
22X Aug. 2 27
73
83
Aug.
IX Aug.
IX
6
1
8
Aug.
7
5X Aug. 2
59
Aug. 1 72 X
40
Aug. 7 42 X
17 X Aug, 31
20X
102 X Aug.
5 105
1
3
2X Aug.
7X Aug. 12
8X
81X Aug. 28 88
69
65
Aug. 13 70
27X
24X Aug. 7 28X
13X
39X

*7

2!

7X

6X Aug. 8
33 X Aug. 2
25X Aug.
1
33 X Aug.
7
14 X Aug. 28

15
29
15
3
14
12
15
5
17
24
2
14
1
x*ug. 27
Aug. 30
Aug.
1
Aug.
1
Aug. 14
Aug. 21
Aug. 12
Aug. 19
Aug. 20
Aug. 16
Aug. 14
Aug. 22
Aug. 21
Aug. 14
Aug. 17
Aug.
9
Aug.
Aug. :
Aug. i
Aug.:
Aug. :
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.,
Aug.

Aug. :
Aug. ;
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. :
Aug. ;
Aug. :
Aug. ]
Aug,
Aug. ;
Aug.
Aug. :
Aug.
Aug. :
Aug. :
Aug. :

Aug.:
Aug.J
Aug.
Aug. '

6X Aug.
Aug,
27 X Aug.
40 X Aug.
17X Aug.

Sale

....

Ouluth South Sh ft Atl—100

OunhUl Int.......—....—1

Preferred..............if#

9
10
Aug.
1
30
Aug. 19
7X Jan.
7
25
Aug. 22
62X Aug. 10
24 X May 24
100
May 3
»
Apr. 16
18X July 31
89
Aug. 23
Jan.

35 X July

83X July
48

19 X
05 X
28X
01X
8X
5X
28X

Sale

Aug. 8
Aug. 12
6
Aug. 12
"39X 35X Aug. 28
120
118
Aug. 2
37X 35 X Aug. 1 ®40X Aug.
40
39
Aug. 2 40 X Aug.
Sale
36 X Aug. 22 38 X Aug.
7X Aug. 7
9X Aug.
27 X Aug, 2 32 X Aug.
2
20X Aug.
23X Aug.
1
8X Aug,
11X Aug.
5
X Aug.
X Aug.
X Aug.
X Aug. 14
2X Aug. 1
4X Aug.

39
Sale
Sale
Sale
20 X
Sale

9

4X Jan.

4
12

[5X"June""I

Sale

Sale

2X Jan.

7
8
9X July 25
44 X July 11

July 27

Jan.
3
9
Mar. 13
59 X Mar. 13
)1

6X Jau. 10
X Mar. 13
5
Mar 14
10 X Feb. 28
7
Feb. 26

6X Mar.

9

\7
Jan.] 15
t4X Jan. 16
3X Mar. 13

t5X Mar. 13
51
Mar. 15

40

:
!
:
:
:

59 X Jan.
59
Jan.

2
7
3

5

>9X June 13
[2
June 27
«X Feb.

7

28X Jan.
7
May 20
Aug. 22
57X Mar. 8

Mar.
Aug.
July
Aug.

May
May

15
22
17
12
21
21
13
19
1
23
8
17
14
19
10
14
13

Jan.

25

Jan.
Jan.
21
Aug.
17 X July

13X Aug.
94

July

81
14

July
Aug.
86X Aug.
71
Aug.
53 X
32 X
59 X
33
18 X

Aug.

May 13

72

Aug. 15

Mar. 13

15X Jan. 29

July 29

1

02 X Aug. 15
23 X Jan.
7

Mar. 13
6

Mar.
Jan.

4

Mar. 18
Mar. 15
Feb.
7
Mar. 1

2 X Aug. 14
65X Aug. 12

10
May 17
37 X Aug.
5

Mar. 28

15X Aug. 17
July 19
July 24
10X Jan.
9
74
Jan. 24

Apr.

Apr.

2

Mar. 14

49

56

2

82

Mar. 28

80

May 17
May 31

7X
22 X
34 X
01X

Feb. 20

Feb. 23
Mar. 12
Mar. 13
Feb.
5
Jan. 25

Aug. 10
June
5
June 10
Mar. 13

Apr.
46J

J

Jan.

28

Jan.

15

Jan.

15
Mar. J3
Jan.
2
Mar. 14
Mar. JI
Feb.
(5
Jan.

2
Mar. 13
Jan; 15

Jan.

15

Mar. 14
Jan.
4
Mar. 13

I Mar.

8

Mar. 15

[ Apr. 12
Jail.
Jan.

28
5

i July 22
I Jan.
3

May

3

Mar. 15

I Mar. 14
Mar. 12

; Mar. 15
Mar. 2»

June

8

Mar. 13

June

7

Feb. 28
Mar. 6
Jan. 16
Feb. 15

Aug.
Aug.
4X Aug.
10X May
12

.Jan.

5

May
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
IX Aug.
67X Aug.
1X
13 X
5X
9X

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'

'

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v7

.

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Jan.*

'

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14
5
10
9
14
17
9

3

4

May
July
Apr.
Aug.

14
10
20
22

Jan.

10

Aug. 22
Aug. 27
Feb.

18

May 15
May 13
May 13
Jan.

2

Jan. 13
8
une

Jan.
Jan.

2
2

Aug. 21
July 27
Aug. 21
Feb.

14

Mar. i?
Jan.
JJ

Aug. 23
Aug. 19

Mar. a

Jan.
Jan.

Mar.

90

2

Aug. 12

Jan.

7
7
8

Aug. 23
17

June 28

May

1

Aug. 28

Jan.

2

Mar,

Mar. 12
Mar. 15
Mar. 18
June 13
June 21

July
8
Aug. 14
May 3
May 17
Jan. 25
Aug. 27
Aug. 19
Aug. 19
Aug. 27
Aug.
6

June

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

8

2

7
15

May 29

6

7
•

28

Mar.

■/,"

..

14
21
12
17

July 22
Aug. 29
Aug. 14
Jan. 23
May
8
Aug. 19
July 10
May 23

Jan.

1

;#:r

19X Aug. 10

43.
■

■a

Aug" "15

Feb. 2?
Mar. f.3

2X Aug.

27
9

June 25

26
45

Sale

A*

3
4

Aug. 19
)1X Jan.
2
>3X Apr. 20

Sale

Sale
Sale

Jan.
4X Jan.
5X Jan.
10 X Jan.

L0

26 X
Sale

94X
5X

3

50

Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

27

2X Jan.
7
4X Jen.
4
2
Apr. 13
34X Aug. 17

Aug.

115" Aug."! ii9X AugVlO
2
2
1
8
1

Sale Pricei

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Sale

.




14
13
14
12
10
6
30

3X Aug. 30

Sale

...........

For footnotee see page

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Sale

250 Detroit ft Mackinac Ry Co. 100
*
190
5% non cum pref.—..—100
19,300 Devoeft Reynolds A.....
*
600
1st Preferred.—......100
74,500 Diamond Match........__._*
Participating 4% Pref..25
15,900
341,200 Dome Mines Ltd..*.*.—•
69,600 Domlntoa Stores Ltd.....—*
896,500 Douglas Aircraft Co Inc..*.*
38,700 Dresser (SR) Mfg convcl A..*
Class B.
.•
23,600

1,300
1,300

3X
14

6

3X
8X
9X
44 X
IX
3X

Sale

.

22,300

85

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
62 X Aug.

9X Sale
0
Sale
3X Sale
8X Sale

II,600 Davega Stores Corp..*...—5
495,800 Deere ft Co..———*
100,100
Preferred—.—. * ...20
309,900 Delaware ft Hudson.—100
421,400 Dal Lack ft Western
.60
13,700 Denver Rio Gr ft Was pref 100
42,900 Detroit Edison
100

70

112X 116

6X Sale

Preferred
Consolidated Gas...*......*

...

17X
57 X
17 X

Aug.~i7

435
18

Sale

6
5
4

Prior pref s warrants.. 100
Gonsol Film Industry......!

1,400

4,700

55X

Mar. 30
Mar. 13

IX Aug. 13
3

20 X Aug.
1
24X
110
Aug. 19 122
227
Aug. 2 245
56X 55X Aug. 3 57

39

9

Prior profaned (OX) ...100

Continental

12.
25 X
4

Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

24X

Sale

7X

—

Continental Can..

%
1X
2X
5X
8X
36X
IX
2X
,yA
IX

115

Sale

3

Consolidated Cigar...*.....*
Preferred
—————I**

Container Corp class
Class B—*...*.

34 X

26X Aug.

240

Sale

8

23,100 Cu tier-Hammer, Inc..——*

80
70

22X
112
236

IX Feb. 28
1

89
33 X

m Sale
2X
13 X

Congoleum-Nalrn Inc..
*
Congress CI gar ........... .
Conn Railway ft Lighting 100

17,500

■;

0

Commonwealth ft Southern *

4,45$
142,600
191,500
2,512,800
112,400
75,700
1,273,550
6,300
30,940
155,300
183,600
141,400
89,900
147,000
21,100

75,100
12,600
69,600
90,900
2,800
6,800

32
85

IX Sale
2 X Sale

50

120
250

85X
3 X Sale
16 *
15X

8X Sale
2
112X
8 H Sale

19,300
24,400
476,000
14,500
31,300
318,000
2,500
1,740
35,500
41,100
31,200
38,800
46,600
2,600

32,500
3,200
7,100
27,900
6,700
137,700
114,600

llH

Sale

Sale Prices
X Feb. 28

>2X Jan.
59 X Jan.

271,725 Comm lav Trust ——...—..*
15,670
Convertible preferred....*
48,700
$4.25 conv pref ser of *35..*
1,002,900 Commercial Solvents
.*

600

<

22X
23X
61X Sale

IX Aug, 14
4X Aug. 14

104
Sale

..

1,900

53,100
2,600
39,700
178,400
883,600
36,700

Sale

17,100
Preferred.....———-100
425,900 Collins ft Alkman
12,620
Preferred.....—---—100
'3,020 Colonial Beacon OH Co.....*

17,000
2,560

1

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale' 16X Aug. "7 19 X "Aug.
105 X 103 X Aug. 22 104 X Aug;
104
24 X Aug.
1
28 X Aug.
26X Sale
96 X Aug. 31 100
Sale
96 X Sale
Aug.
8
7
7
Aug. 29
7%
8X Aug.
2
Sale
2X
3
Aug. 2
2X
Aug,
Sale
12X Aug. 8 16X Aug.
15X Sale
18
Sale
16
20 X
Aug, 17
Aug. 13
Sale
14
15
11X
Aug. 27 17
Aug.
1
Sale
Aug. 19 13
Aug.
1
AH 14X 12
Sale
88
85
87
Aug. 28 *92
Aug. 15
Sale
Sale
62 X Aug. 28
72
77
Aug. 10
Sale
12 X Sale
1
.8
Aug.
14
Aug. 17
74 X Aug. 28 86X Aug. 14
Sale
78X Sale
68
67
74
70
Aug. 13 71
Aug, 19
Sale
48X Aug. 26 53 X Aug. 10
50X Sale

352,766 Colgate-Palmollre-Peet Co..

390

14 X
Sale

Sale

Highest

Sale Prices
X Aug.
2
2X Aug.
6

43

—

74.100
1,900
99,600
2,510

10X
27 X
4X

Sale

87

Louis pref.A--100

Clare Graphite Bronze
Cleveland

Sale
Sale

Sale

Copper——————

C C C ft St

Sale

1

383

Sale
Sale

—

-

41H

Sale

Sale

—

•.

Sale

3H

Sale

Cab. - —~.
10
Oil

-■ - -----

7
8X

Sale
Sale

ChlldeCo

Chrysler

2X Sale

Sale

Preferred...—

Cblckaehe Cotton

IX
3X
IX
2X
30 X Sale
IX
IX
2X Sale

Sale

tChlc Rock lei k Pac..-100
7% prefffCrred—— .-100
4% preferred
.........100
Chicago Yellow

Ask

Sale

—
-I®0
Tool ——•

Lowest

Aug. 31

.too
1®°

Chicailo Great Waatara
Preferred
—, —-

Special........—————
14,400 duett. Pea body ft Co. i
•
780
Preferred—
.....—100
67,500 Coca-Cola Co (The).—*—-

3,000

1

Ask Bid

127,600 City Stores new 37,100 Clark Rcinfpment

15,900

Aug.

Par

.

41,500
29,700
150
90,400
137,000
272,400
260,000
64,500
131,500
138,800
45,800
24,600
33.800
4,500
72.900
55,010
8.000
3,667,800

10,900
1,900

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July I 1933

H. T. STOCK CZCHAHOI

Since
Jan. 1

In

18

AM

SEPT., 1935]
AGGREGATE

N.

Y. STOCK

STOCKS

Lmo from
July 1 1933

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE

to

SALES

In

Since

August

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

4,700
300

.

140

28,800

87,800
161,300
4,820
317,400
15,600
869,400
7,810
550,700

12.000
440

53,100
5,500
185,000

>:J

920

169.700

Eastern

3

129,800
American sharee..........
567,300 Elec Power 3c Light
•
470,000
37 pret
....*
230,300
$6 pref..
*
53,500 Elec Storage Batter>
*

-

151,400
70,400
5,500
2,900
8.700
1,800

'

280

43,300
35,200

,

8,200

28,200

2,950

610
25,100
„

420

300

100

6,200

5

r

5.200
37,100
17,900
10,500
40

16,900
1,300
16.500
5.900
25,400
1,080

12",400
107,400
200

24,400
130

760

790

1,620

28,900
33,800
48,000
49,200
510

47,400
25,700
22,700
8,900
10,800
140

398,700
55,200
313,700
200

220

30

7,100

90

830

42,100

209,900
41,000
120,200
174,300
7,960
538,000
83,600
142,100
33,500
288,600
6,730
120,800
184,700
279.600
5,000
246,800
49,900
659,800
29,410
71,200
5,380
218,100
168,800
51,100
42,000
21,400
77,400
126,200
1*345,000
277,300
5,090

6,700

32,100
~

1,830
116,300
9,900

74,000
11,200
39,500
950
'

35,900
32,800

o

"

7,800
4,400
3,800
8,200

33,400
226,900
21,500
1,120

\L>.

1%
21%

4%

conv pref

Fuller Co prior pref

......100
•

3d preferred.........a—.*

39

195*
111

Sale
Sale

55%
225*
35*
465*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

16

Sale
Sale

125*
■

2

105*
85*
44
2

81

K

'sa
20

A7H

"if
4 5*

15* Sale
85* Sale
95* Sale

T 7«
55*

92

Class

100

133

5

7

2

A

•

Preferred 7%..........100
Cigar Inc...
•
Preferred (7)...........100

Gen

General

Electric...........*

General

Foods

•

24 H
97
«

Gen Gas Jk Elec Cl A

•
Conv preferred A..........*

5$
*7%

Preferred A (7)............
Preferred A (8)
.*

Preferred

.........100

16

,28

3*

395*
51

m

Preferred..

.......

.....109

Gen Realty 8c Utilities Corp. 1
Preferred
•
...

,L
615*

155*
80

I."

Gillette Safety Rasor ......*
Convertible preferred....*
GImbel Brothers...........*

7% preferred
........100
Glldden Co (The)..........*
7% prior preferred
104

85

-

70

50

,

90

-65*
65*
25* Sale
25* Sale
225*
225*
385*
405*
225*
235*
111

113

145* Sale
955*
955*
505* Sale
2254
235*
35*
45*
495* Sale
165* Sale
89

88

'

136

Sale

35* Sale
85* Sale
365*
38
565* Sale
140

295* Sale
375* Sale
5* Sale
8
125*
8

15

8

50

,S

•7 5*

%
135*
12

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

15* Sale

55*
13

445*
56
141

315*
345*
1

10

155*

65*
35*
Sale
Sale
85*
365*
46
565*
515*
140
Sale
Sale
285*
335*
Sale
Sale
5*
13
125*
15
18
20

425*
675*

15*

Sale

24

165*
895*
354
375*
305*
1085*

2
Sale
Sale

31

38

Sale

"34"" "375*

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

175* Sale

Sale

7
Aug.
75* Aug.
Aug.
28
Aug.

32

48

Aug.

6

26
165*
9
35*
24
195*
15 107
30
35*
14
17
17
17
6
12
17
3
10

5* Aug.
8
15* Aug.
12 655* Aug.
26 1295* Aug.
1
75* Aug. .19
Aug. 17
28 41
26 415* Aug. 17
Aug.
26 42
9
8
75* Aug. 21
2
135* Aug. 17
5
175* Aug. 14
12
Aug. 19
1

885* Sale
5

45

.

Sale
Sale

325* Sale
1075* 109

tGobel (Adolf)

Goodrich (B F)
7% preferred

Goodyear T Ac R
1st preferred.

Gotham

5
...

*

100

1A
?s

•

15$

♦

"635*

Silk Hosiery......*

Preferred

...100

Graham-Paige Motors......1
Granby Cons M 8 Ac P....100
Grand Union Co trust ctfs..l
Conv preferred series.....*

Granite City Steel.........*

4

14$

*

hi*

Great Northern Ir ore prop.*
Great Northern pref..... 100
Great West Bug......... ..*

lyt

Grant (W T)

Preferred
........100
40 Green Bay Ac Western RR.100
530 Greene Cananea Copper..100

&

61,300

115,300 Greyhound Corp (The).....5

•5




Sale

Sale

99

25*
16

1165* 1175*
85*
85* Sale
47
Sale
525*
195* Sale
195*
85
795* Sale
45* Sale
55*
40
415* Sale
2
Sale
15*
95* Sale
105*
35*
35* Sale
18
195* Sale
295* Sale
245*
345*
355* 34

Sale
Sale

119
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

55*
455*
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

265*
35

125*

125* Sale

12

205* Sale

205* Sale

30

60

Vor footnotes see page 43

2

17
116

131

23

52$

Sale

133
40

Sale"

285* Sale
131
132
23

16
43

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

2

Aug. 20

Aug.

1

Aug.
5
Aug. 17
Aug.
5
Aug.
5

15* Aug.
225* Aug.
215* Aug.
35

2
25*
13
95*
28 10
99
13
1
395*
29 205*
5 125*
5 146
85*
20
2
65*
14
5
2 49
2 605*
20 141
33

375*
15*
155*
18
18

455*
695*

28
5 119
2 455*
2 1185*
31
125*
9
35*
9 38
7 106

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan. 15
Mar. 27
June
1
Jan.

39

Mar. 13
Mar. 21

1255* Jan. 10
Mar.

6

Mar. 19

Feb.
7
Mar. 19
45* Aug. 8
75* Mar. 20
85* Mar. 26
65* Mar. 12
695* Feb. 18
105* Mar. 19
15
May
7
2
Apr. 30

22
21

9
6
14
1

22
19
20
12

28

19
50

1275*
205*
325*
5*
10
11

Mar. 30

Mar. 13

Mar. 15
Mar. 29
Mar.

10

4

Mar. 20

Mar. 26
Mar. 14
Mar. 25

Jan.
2
Jan. 15
Mar. 15
Feb. 25
Mar. 15
Mar.

155* Jan.
43

10

Mar. 12

Jan.

Aug.

29

1
3
8

Aug.~27

25* Aug. 14
315* Aug. 14
245* Aug; 23

5

15
5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

15* Aug.
1
35*
155* Aug. 27
175*
Aug.
7 117
75* Aug. 2
95*
465* Aug. 3 55
185* Aug.
2 225*
78
Aug.
5 855*
65*
45* Aug.
1
415l Aug. 12 485*
2
15* Aug. 15
115*
95* Aug.
1
4
354 Aug.
5
175* Aug. 30 21
265* Aug. 7 295*
34
Aug. 27 375*
115* Aug. 19 13
185* Aug. 2 225*
285* Aug. 30 31
131
Aug. 30 135

165* Jan. 30
14

Apr. 13

12

Mar. 14

6
22
24
29
19

7

Aug. 14
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

50

15

3

'7

Aug. 23
Aug. 15
Aug.

2

145* Mar. 20
165| Jan.

40

117

Aug. 20
485* Aug. 28

5* Apr.

-

23

12
31
16
17
1

17
14
14
1

10
21
17
6
6

Aug. 20
555* Aug. 3

Jan.

3

May 22
95* Aug. 30

85* Feb.
75* Aug.
Aug.
28
Aug.
495* Jan.
% Jan.
15* Aug.
655* June
132
Apr.
75* Aug.
32

41

18

17

17
17
7
10
17
14
23
19
Aug. 17

415* Aug. 17
42

Aug.
9
75* Aug. 21

14

Jan.

4

17% Aug, 14
13

Jan.

7

Feb.
2
145* Aug. 17
235* Feb. 21

70

5

Jan.

25* Jan.
95* Jan.
265* Aug.
120
July
195* Aug.
z85
Aug.
72
Apr.
95
May
75* July
45* Jan.
35* Aug.
25
Aug;:
415* Aug.
24
Aug.
114
July
185* Jan.
96
Aug.
585* Aug;
235* Aug.
65* Jan.
495* Aug.
175* Jan.
90
Aug.
105* Jan.
335* Aug.
175* July
60
July
285* May
1205* Aug.
275* Aug.
12
Jan.

18

19
18
23
18
17

16
26
28
18
7
19
8

12
2
5

7
13
12
15
7
12
2
23
7
13
15
24
23
23
14
24

25* Aug. 22
95* Apr. 22
10
Aug. 16
100
June 24
44
July 15
205* July 31
125* Aug. 14
146
Aug. 13
85* Aug. 23
65* Aug. 21
14
Aug. 22
49
Aug. 21
645* July 27
143
May 21
33
Aug. 14
375* July
8
15* Aug. 22

155* Aug. 19
18
Aug.
18
Apr.
615* Feb.
705* July
119
Aug.
455* Aug.
1185* Aug.
135* May

6
59J* Feb. 6
23 116
Jan.
3
10
265* Mar. 13
29 tl07HJan.
4
6
10
Mar. 20
1
3
Aug.
9
4
27
175* Feb.
5
38
23
935* Jan. 22 106
4
2
Aug. 12
4
15* Mar. 13
28 345* Aug. 14
155* Mar. 13 345*
16 1085* Aug.
2
80
Jan.
2 1085*

165* Aug.
1
195*
865* Aug. 26 93
55*
35* Aug. 3
48
35
Aug.
3
305* Aug.
5 335*
1075* Aug. 26 1095*

50

4

May 21

Jan.

7

July
9
July 26
245* Aug. 26
75* Jan.
4

23 112

Mar. 15

5* Mar. 29
5* Apr.
1
525* Jan. 16
15*
14
145*
155*

Jan.

4 164

25* Mar. 13

22
K
31
7
16
554
27
845*
1
325*
5
115*
14
75*
13 115
23
55*
21
2

45

405*
55
515* Sale

Jan.

55* July
2
15* Mar. 15

;3

185* Aug. 30
3
Aug. 13

Rights
Gold Dust certificates
Preferred

.

15* Aug. 19
15* Aug. 29
5* Ma*. 26
45* Aug.
2
75* Aug. 30
4
Mar. 19
22
Aug.
1
265* Aug. 23
17
Jan. 11
112
Aug.
5 1165* Aug. 24
72
Jan. 17
145* Aug.
1
195* Aug. 17
55* Mar. 15
Aug. 16
785* Aug.
2 *85
45
Feb. 28
62
65
Aug. 22
Aug. 21
40
Apr.
3
79
79
Aug. 22
Aug. 22
54
Apr.
1
6
7
Aug. 10
Aug.
1
35* Mar. 23
25* Aug.
5
35* Aug. 13
2
July
6
15* Aug.
2
35* Aug. 19
% Feb. 25
21
Aug. 28 25
Aug.
8
165* Mar. 29
385* Aug. 27 415* Aug. 12
285* Mar. 14
Aug.
2
215* Aug. 19 24
16
Apr.
9
111
Aug. 13 1125* Aug.
5 1065* Mar. 6
145* Aug. 23
165* Aug. 13
135* May 2
Aug. 13
945* Aug. 3 96
845* Apr.
8
50
Aug. 30 585* Aug. 12
455* May 6
225* Aug. 10 235* Aug. 15
19
Feb. 21
3
Aug.
3
45* Aug. 23
25* Mar. 6
45
Aug.
7 495* Aug. 12
205* Jan. 15
15
Aug. 10
175* Aug. 23
95* Mar. 15
77
Aug.
8 90
Aug. 23
605* Mar. 15
25* June
7
"30 ""Aug"." "3 "33 5* Aug"." 13
195* Mar. 21
155* Aug. 27
165* Aug. 31
85* Mar. 15
59
525* Aug. 27
Aug. 14
305* Apr. 2
245* Aug.
7 275* Aug. 27
175* Mar. 18
1185* Aug. 12 1205* Aug. 20 1125* June 27
24
Aug.
7
275* Aug. 14
15
Mar. 13
9
11
Aug.
5
Aug. 14
45* Mar. 13

45
695* Sale
675* 675* Aug.
1175* 1175* 1185* Sale 1175* Aug.
39
Sale
38
Aug.
425* Sale
Aug.
1175* Sale 1185* Sale 116
11
II
Sale
Aug.
125* Sale
3
3
Aug.
35* Sale
35*
335* Sale
365*
365* 315* Aug.
104
105
106
Aug.
1055* Sale
3
Aug.
35* Sale
35* Sale
325* Sale
315*
315* 305* Aug.
106
Aug.
1075* Sale
1065* 109

23

21
1
27
27
28
6

155* Aug. 27
2
Aug,
5

75* Sale

15

45

Aug.
6
75*
Aug.
2 1495*
Aug. 29 159
Aug.
7 245*
Aug.
1
75*
Aug.
2
285*
Aug.
8 111
Aug. 13
95*

125*

Sale Prices
19
May 21
Aug.
6
Mar. 20 113
Aug. 20

103
865* Mar. 18 rl225*Aug. 27
1265* Feb.
8 131
Apr. 22
104
Feb. 18 115
Aug.
5
175* May 16 23
Mar.
5

"125* Aug.""I "145* Aug"."l7

1
25* Sale
95* Sale
75*
9
95*
854
94
975*
995*
38
395* Sale
18
Sale
175*
115* Sale
105*
134
143
Sale

225* Sale

General Refractories.......*

Voting trust certificates..*
Gen Steel Castings pref
•

96

395* Sale
205* Sale
105* Sale

65*

5
•
...5

Sale

315* Sale" "315* "32""
155* Sale
1654 Sale
53
55
535*
57
265* Sale
265*
265*
1L>5*
1205* 1245*
24
265*
265* Sale
9
10
10
105*

1*8

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

Sale

117

5*

General Asphalt..........10
Preferred

24

15 %

in

General Bronse
General Cable..

Sale
113

95

Trsnsp Corp.....5

General Baking Co......

Sale
Sale

*zh
455*

Preferred......
Gen Amer

82
Sale
Sale

135*

....

...

6,900

850

%'

7

Fourth Nat'l Investors.....!
Fox Film class A
♦

66,200 General Public Service.....*
58,000 General Ry Signal..........*

21,900

60,300
11,200
131,500
6,800
20,900

70

2l

3

w

3

15* Sale
65* Sale

50

•

Franklin Simon pref. .....100
Free port Texas Co......... 10

25*

22 %

33

Foeter-Wheeler...
...*
7% conv preferred........*
Foundation Co

Ak

>1 J*
I §g sill4

40

f

5

Sale Prices

61

112

-

450

800

Preferred series A
...100
First National Stores
;.*
Florshelm Shoe (The) cl A..*
{Follansbee Bros
*
Food Machinery Corp......*

Sale
46

5% Sale
25
Sale
1155* 115
17
14% Sale
80
78%
80
52
64% 50

35*
45*

10

3,870,300 Gen Motors Corp,.........10
Preferred (5)... .........*
69,800
8,700 Gen Outdoor Advertising. A*
Common—
22,500
........
38,320 General Printing Ink.......*
4,290
Preferred...
...._*

5,180

44,800
43,800

3
2

■

Pederal Motor Truck...*;...*
Federal Screw Works....a..*
Federal Water Service A....*

Firestone Tire Ac Rubber

74

125* Sale
17% Sale
25* Sale
1

100

—

......

.1,600
4,900

,

'

*

50

Preferred
.......*
Federal Mining Ac Saselt..l00

Preferred...

215*
455*

65*
35*
195*
165*
455*
5*
5*

Sale

15* Sale
64
65 %
63
645*
128
130
1295* 1295* 127
55* Sale
3% Sale
35*
36
Sale
365* Sale
315*
36
Sale
36
Sale
315*
37 5* Sale
375*
39
34
45* Sale
65* Sale
45*
11
Sale
10
Sale
95*
15
13 5* Sale
155*
125*
8 Ye Sale
85*
71,

Fairbanks Co.............26

1,800 General Italian Edison
66,600 General Mills..............*

600

7,100
1,100
868,500
7,000

85*

16$

950

»

230

44

'

65*
Sale

1

■

20 5*
16
85

7,400
166,800
235,900
198,900
3.860
159,900
52,000
57,900
31,600
66,500
2,250
2,814,000
447,600
561,800
3,700

900

:

Second preferred.......100

Preferred ..............100
Fairbanks Morse Ac Co......*
7% preferred
........100
Federal Light 8c Traction..15

65*

55*
24

64^

12

■

Sale

o

5* Sale

10$

preferred .....—.*
$5.50 preferred
.......*

23 5*

148

.

45

conv

30.600 Gabriel Co (The) Class A...*
6,650 Gamewell Co (The)
133.300 Gen American Investors....*

13,600

i

g

Federated Departni't Stores.*

123,900
41,400
121,900
4,900
75,800
44,700
132,200
6,960
59,700
89,000
630,700
3,420
200,200
1,630
2,760
5,780

19,100
6,300

V

33

Fidelity Phealx Fire Ins. 2.50
470 Fllene's Sons..............*
2,060
Preferred...
..100

'

30

f

35

141

1954 Sale
475* Sale

112

130 Brie 8c Pittsburgh.........50
117,700 Eureka Vacuum Clean......5
231.600 Evans Products Co
5
12,610 Exchange Buffet Corp. ..... *

5,580
13,050
191,900
8,890
97,900
2,250
4,700
2,300
56.600
12,800
74,400
42,800
92,500

1,280
2,690
37,200

.

»

....

3V,300

*

•

25*

18,600
$4 cum preferred
90,900 Equitable Office Bldg
*
162,500 Erie..
...100
51,200
First preferred.........100
,

;

3

13,200
Preferred..
W
25,000 Endlcott-Johnaon.........50
1,960
Preferred.......
....100
38,900 Engineers Pub Service......*

;

35* Mar. 13
8
1105* Jan. 16 152

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

65* Sale
45* Sale

-fi)

.

26,600
7,800
7,900
3,200
42.400
45,100
15,300
,2.500

Aug. 22
Aug. 23

55* Sale
255* Sale
1105* Sale
7% Sale

Is

9.700 {Elk Horn Coal Corp.

'

65*
75*
55*
Sale
143
1405* 155
153
235* Sale
215*
55*
55*
65*
27
Sale
2454
1105* 1105* 110
95* Sale
75*

75* Sale
1465* Sale

Elec 81 Musical Intf—

20,700

330,200

Aug.

Sale

1

Highest

11454 1145* 11454 Aug. 16 115

Sale

155 % 160
22 % Sale

120

;

Lowest

Highest

16

13

.

Electric Boat

Lowest

Ask
Sale

114

w

Auto-Ltte

'

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1305* Sale

69K

5

•
(The)...5
Preferred.............. 100

Electric

Aug. 31

'

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
15
15
19
Aug. 27
Aug.
6
112
113
109
Aug.
9 113
Aug. 20
118
Sale
1055* Aug.
2 zl225*Aug. 27
1275* 1285* 127
Aug.
7 1305* Aug.
1

111
«

fiastman Kodak Co. of N. J.*
Preferred.
_lft
Baton Mfg.*

Kltlngoo Schild

1

Ask Bid

106 %

.

Rolling Ml|l§^

Aug.

xl6% Sale

•

690
Prefer red
„ „
1M
638.500 Du Pont de Mem 8c Co (fif) .20
33,300
i% non-voting deben
IM
7,800 OuquMne Light 1st prof4.100
160 Our ham Hot Mills pref;.„l#9

37

PRICES IN AUGUST

Bid

far

8,800 Duplan Silk..

75,300
4,200

-V

Aug.SI 1935

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

20
6
5
8
23
10
29
10

Mar. 21

Aug. 27
May 21
Aug. 12
Aug. 14
Aug.
2

25* Aug. 14
315* Aug. 14
245* Aug. 23
23
July
9
405* July 29
195* Aug, 7

705* Jan.

4 93
Aug.
25* Mar. 13
55* Aug.
18
Mar. 27 48
Aug.
235* Feb.
7 335* Aug.
1045* Jan.
2 1095* June
5* July 15
15* July
15* Apr. 26
45* Jan.

6

22
24
29
10
19

25

Jan.
7
145* May 2 18
1115* May 3 120
June 29
75* Mar. 13 115* Jan.
7

40

Mar. 15

55

Aug. 23
7

155* Mar. 13

265* Jan.

70

92

Apr. 11
25* Apr.
4
20
Apr.
3
15* June 25

55* Mar. 19
25* Mar. 15

145* May 20
185* Mar. 29
26

Mar. 26

95* Mar. 19
95* Mar. 12
265* Jan. 15
119
21
34

Jan.

10

65* Aug. 16
50

Jan.

3

35* Jan.
3
115* Aug. 17
5

Jan.

295* Jan.
295* July
375* Aug.
13
Aug.
225* July
325* May

7

3

31
10
21
15
6

2 140

May

4

Apr. 21

25

June

8

Feb.

6

55

465* July

17

Jan.

May 16
555* Aug. 3

N. Y. STOCK

38
SALES

AQGREQATB

Since

In
August

Jan. 1

1

o.ty

J

270

„

"5", 660
2,200

,

750

26,000

r

V

40

25,000

112,400

4

24

2454

2554

20

75

79

67

2854

2954

33

34

Aug. 15
3254 Aug.
6

V
25 H

if**

2954 Sale
3154
34

70,866

;

98,300

600

12
82

254
45

120

654

Preferred

12154

Powder........—•
...100

Cony

...—•

700
6,500

133,300
1,200
20,600
38,200
24,900
8,100
3,200
147,900
40,700

"7754 "7954

80
4

Holland Furnace

11454 Sale
1254 Sale
854 Sale

554

385

200

390

4154 Sale
1854 Sale
6654
6854

•7

4§*
254
654

8 54

10

6

8454

Sale'
854 Sale "
385

380
40

4054

.

2054 Sale
6554
6654
1354 Sale
3
Sale
4754
48
354 Sale ;
854
1054
1154 Sale
154 Sale

Sale
Sale

254 Sale

H

•'

6

1154
6 95
9 10654
15 2454
15 116
13 1254
8 10754

14

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

19
31
29
29
19
15
1
2

Jan. 18
354 Mar. 13
Mar. 19

4

654 Apr. 30
Jan.
4
Jan.
2
Mar. 15

63

101
16

86

Aug.

£7

554 Feb.
81 * Feb.

12754 Aug. 29
12154 Aug. 29
80

(f Aug, 10

11454 Aug.
1
1554 Aug. 21
10 f Aug. 16
385

Aug.;;3

4154
2054
6754
1654
354

Aug.' 1

Aug.*^6
Aug .7 5

Aug.'
Aug.
49
Aug.
5
Aug.
1154 Aug.
1154 Aug.
254 Aug.

.

: 9

5

19
10

17
12
27
1

254 Apr.
154 Mar.
85
Jan.
127
Jan.,
14254 Jan.
'11;
Jan,
■

:

2954 July

654 Jan.
7
754 Jan.
2
1154 Aug. 31
96
July 25
108
June
3

2454 Aug.
116
Aug.
6 1254 July
July
6 109
1
May
27
654 May
17
454 Aug.
18
2 11754 July
June
5 141
June
10 162
8 2554 June
I

1,800
450
240

310

33",500
31,600
4,400
126,200

164,400
rr 73,000
50,600
279,700

40

>

f

980
4,560
27,500
108,700
98,900
36,500
54,700

,

,101,100
229,100
.577,200

13,100

,
'

163,900
26,800

0%

3,600
4,200
r
2,300
1,160
465,800
52,500
1,200
2,200
3,800

^

....*

.

•654 Mar. 29

*

■

......

320

349,500
800

;V
,

700
1,890
39,400

97,800

■:

188,500
221,500
516,290
2,640
1,428,200
6,500
■X'.-:
6,700
;■
9,440
393,100
■

220

v:

V

2,660
1,950
141,800
3,600
62,700
24,000

37,000
500

5,500
4,400

•

50

990

45.100

137,700
49,800
65,300
111,830
61,400
13,400

15,000
21,300
15,200 •X
10,100
13,400
59,700
.

-

Kendall Co part

•

f

vio
554

13

pref sat A-.*

20 H

26

6654
6354
12454
13354

26
87

115
45

73

.

t

120
6

954
1454
1954
69
154
2054

5k

>

Laclede

•

Gas.............100

Preferred........... ...100

—•
——...*

Lambert Co (The)
Lane Bryant

A

Lee Rubber 5c Tire

654

;

1

V' 54 Apr.

5

12

2
12
27 54
19

5

I"

Libby McNeill & Libby

1054
22 54
21

*

,

(„

,




43.

'

154

154

85I

Aug." 17

254 Aug; 12

3154 Aug. 23
9754 Aug.
7

6
5
27
,1
1
7
8
15
16

"89 J4 Aug"." 23
5,
Aug. 22
654 Aug.
2

Mar 21
454 Mar. 30

40
,'

.

24

f

I

Sale
Sale
2054
Sale
Sale
Sale
8154
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
175
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

954

1054 Sale
26

26

10554 10454
2954
2954
30
46
47
4654
Sale

19

6754 Sale
1054 Sale
1554 Sale
88

87

1154
2654
11254

1254
27
—

"18

6454
954
13
81

II

25
114

,

254 "Aug."r5
154 Aug. 23
Aug. 24
Aug.
3

156
1
Aug.
1 1254
Aug. 22 2854
Aug. 29 107 Aug. 16 3154
Aug. 29 4854
Aug. 27 22
Aug. 26 7054
Aug. 28 1254
Aug.
1 1654
Aug; 7 90
Aug. *20 1254
Aug. 10 2754
,.

Aug, 20 11|

1754 Jan.
2354 Jan.
5754 Jan.
10
Jan.

Aug. 14
Aug. 20
Aug.1
Aug.
1
Aug.' 9
Aug.
1
.

,

,

Aug.'12
Aug. 12

4
May 10
Jan.
7
Aug.
7
July 18
Aug. 23
Aug. 22
Aug.
2
Aug. 23
Jan. 25

120
Sale
Sale

118
6
11

1554

Aug-

118
; '6

Aug. 26
Aug.
1

16
1954
75

19
55

!

,954 Aug.
14
Aug.
19
Aug.
69
Aug. •
15i Aug. ^
16
Aug.
,

,

Mar. 15
Mar. 18

2
1
2
1
1
8

Aug.
Jan.

23

Jan.

25

,

Sale

3454 Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug, 20

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

654 Aug. 16
334
Aug. 29

Au"g'."23

"3

* Jan. 21
4254 Mar. 19
16
July
9
6054 Mar. 21
554 Mar. 13
854 May
8

3654
4854

7054 June 27
654 Mar. 13

90

29

25

June

Jan.

110

28

75

1254
1654
13 54

49
Mar. 12
3854 Mar. 13

67
68

23
19
23
14
20
14

26
4

3
12
12

Aug.19
July 23
8

9

Aug.
8
Aug. 27

11754 Mar. 15 12554 Aug. 14
Feb. 19
Feb. 19 130
Apr. 4 8254 Aug. 23
.

6
Jan. 25 2354
1
354 Mar. 1 2154
Aug. ; 8
1054 Aug. 27 1854
Aug, 6
84
Mar. 21 96
Aug.
1
1354 Mar. 13 24
Aug. 21
10
Mar. 5 19
Aug.
1
554
3
Mar. 21
Aug. 10
23
Mar. 29 38
Aug. 12
1954 Mar. 13 2654
Aug. 22
Aug.
1 10354 Apr. 26 113
5
2 ; May 21
Aug. 10
70
42
Jan. 11
Aug. 10
5654 Apr.
5 6954
Aug. 26
2254 May 16 3254
Aug. 12

16
20
14
12
12
1
16
13
14
14
12
19
754 Aug. 23
3854 Aug.
1

Aug.

Jan.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
May
July
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.

130
50

Aug;'

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan"~~8

Jan.
3 36
22 12054 Apr.

.

29 27
7 46
10 26
8
7
28 11
14
30
2 10054
1 1054
3%
1
1 1354
95
2£
31 1354

2

July 29
Aug. 13
33
Jan.
7
5654 Aug. 27

-

1854 Aug. 30 2254
1654 Aug. 28 1954
1054 Aug. 27 1354
88
Aug. 20 9154
1854 Aug.
5 24
17
Aug.
9 18
454
354 Aug.
8
5 35K
3254 2754 Aug.
Sale
2554 Aug.
1 2654
110
111
Aug.
7 111
5
3
Aug.
5
454
7
75
Aug. 10 70
5954 Aug.
1 6454
63
Sale 13054 Aug.
8 3254

7

Jan.

Aug.
1 11554 Mar. 20 120
854
354 Mar. 13
8
Aug. 14
654 Mar. 12 1354
1354 Aug. 14
754 Feb.
6 1654
1654 Aug.
9
1554 Jan. 17 2154
2154 Aug.
7
34
Mar. 7 69
69
Aug.
1
254
54 Apr.
4
15^ Aug. 12
6
Apr.
4 22
22
Aug. 12

Sale
88
90
2354 Sale
1654
18
354
4

10

Jan.

1267

2054 Sale
1854 Sale
13

3

Jan.,

154
54 July 11
155
May
7
454 Mar. 13 1254
2154 Jan. 15 2854
9854 Jan.
2 107

Aug. 19
Aug.' 1
Aug; 15

2 "8254

?70

7
4
10

May ^9
Jan.
2 152
454 Aug. 19
Mar. 15
354 Aug. 30
June 20

"154^Mar."15
r

Aug!

Sale1

80

26
31
2
19
26
21
21
7
7

2254 Jan. 15 2954 Aug. 27
Mar; 14
12354 July 11 130

,- Aug.
8
5854
5854 5854 Aug, ,22
Aug. 27
6654 Sale
60J4 Aug; 7 68
126
134
2 12554 Aug. 14

13354 153

2

'

67

125

3
29
19
17
21

Aug.
July
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
354 Jan.

*

1

54 Aug.

% Aug.

18
27

May 14
July 31

;25| Mar. 16 254
2354 May
7 33
6054 Mar. 13 9754
109
Jan.
7 130
4654 Mar. 22 8954
5
254 Feb. 27
.'4
Mar.
1
654
854 Mar. 15 1954
454
254 May 27
<
5
254 Apr. 26
954 May 21 1854
3
154 May
1
854
454 Mar. 7
5
254 July 11
4254
26
June
1
14954 Jan. 15 18454
35? Mar. 12 754

Aug.,
Aug.
1954 Aug. 23
Aug.
354 Aug." 1
Aug.
3
Aug.
2
Aug.
1554 Aug. 19
Aug.
254 Aug. 10
Aug.
854 Aug. 23
Aug.
454 Aug. 19
Aug.
5
Aug.
7 4154 Aug. 21
Aug. 14
Aug.
7 184
754 Aug. 13
Aug; 28
225?
1
Aug. 29 3154 Aug.
34H
Aug.
8 5654 Aug. 27
Aug. 31 14954 Aug, 6 135
454 Aug. 19 •154
Aug.
1
1J4
354 Aug. 30
Aug. 3

7'i|i Aug"'"!

104

"38"" Sale"

;

Forfootnotes see page

"2" ?254

7

1
.

2

,

68 54

(The)........*
Lehn 5c Fink Products Co. .5

254
654
1354
: 354
254
1254

42

1954
4 54
554

Lehman Coro

5
Aug. 13
Aug.. 1
Aug.
1
Aug. 14

21
22
Sale
2354 Sale
41
454154
Sale
2254
2454 Sale
2354 Sale
5
754
654
554
654
954
1054 Sale
1054 Sale
12
Sale
12
14
Sale
100
10054 10054 10154 100
854 Sale
754
854 Sale
2
254 Sale
2
Sale
1154 Sale
854
854 Sale
90
9154 Sale
92
Sale
1254
1254 Sale
1254 Sale

12
19 54

9

......

954 Mar. 14
15
Apr. 11

2754 Aug.
1 2954 Aug. 27
Sale
Aug. 27
12654 12354 Aug. 14 127

2954
126

Sale
454 Sale
30
3354 Sale
26
2554 Sale
109
111
Sale
3
3
3^
66
65
70
62
5954 Sale
31
3054 Sale

73

50
Lehigh Valley Coal.........*
Preferred...
50
.....

Aug.

"83""Aug,"

554
754 Sale
254
354 Sale
31
3954 Sale
181
18254 179
554
654 Sale
2854
2954 Sale
55
Sale
5054
140
140
Sale
*
254
354 Sale
254
354
354

18

99%

Cement..50

Lehigh Valley

1354
Sale

Sale

1854
1254
9154
1954

'■

55

Preferred..—.........100

Lehigh Portland

Sale

2

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

22

28

Kimberly-Clark
*
Kinney (G R)—........—*
8%

3

11054

85

954

Kresge (S S) Co

3

1254

1254 Sale

13 54

553,300 Libbey-Owens Ford Glass...*
»

78

16k

Copper ——*

Kennecott

284.500 Kroger Grocery 5c Bak

-

600

-

Conv class B...........—1

Kelvinator Co

preferred.............*
—.—.—.--10
preferred.—.......100
3,100
3,900 Kresge Dept Stores.........1
470
8% preferred....—...100
9,400 Kress (S H) 5c Co
*

840

v

6% preferred.............*
Kelsey Hayes Wheel—
Convertible class A.......1

7%

60

1,600
37,100

3154
4854
1854
7054
1054

12

600 Kelth-Albee Orpheum pf-100
269,500 ! Kelly Springfield Tire
5

2,300

106

9754
354
654

.

100

54
54
954
2754

65

International Silver

9

4
19

Jan.

II

338"
Feb.
5 412
3054 Mar. 14 42
,,
654 Mar. 13 2054
•497 Jan.
2 6854
954 Mar. 15 1754
354
154 Mar. 13
43
Jan. 15 56
554
254 Feb. 27
-654 Mar. 14 1354
•654 Mar. 26 1254

"

S1

Ink——*

Preferred ..—........100
International Salt.........*

62,870 Kaufman Dept Storejs ..112.50
5
79.700 Kayser(J) 5c Co........

22,800
5,600

2854 Sale
126

123

800 Kansas City Lt 1st pf Ser B *
32,700 Kansas City Southern—100
Preferred. .————100
21,000

30

14554 Sale
254 Sale
254 Sale

""154 Sqle

"4,310
8,700
7,800
24,200
23,000

Sale
31

854

•
Preferred......—.....100

International Shoe.....

Sale

5254 Sale

14H

Aug;

86

Aug.
May
9 128
28 12154 Aug.
4 8154 Jan.
July
25 118
15 1554 Aug.
12

,

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
354

8954
454
654
1854

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3
Sale
Sale

Sale
654 Sale
3154 Sale

101

Class C

}

Aug. 27

130

182

«'

*

Internat Printing

3
29

1,

of Canada..*
—100
Internat Paper pref 7%—100
Internat Paper k Power cl A *

1254
21
5354
; 754
254
2654
9254

'

2354

Preferred..—.

Class B

6

18%

50 Jollet & ChlcJRR 7% gtd—100
26,110 Jones 5c Laugh Steel pref. 100

17,800
23,200
103,390

1*
2H

125 H

29,900 Jewel Tea Inc..——.....—*
537,500 Johns-Manville ————*
Preferred..
—100
3,735

"

8354
254
654
1354
354
254
1354
254

ihH

Internat Nickel

,

Sale

127

4

280

74,700

95

105
26

WU

Certificates..............*
...100
Intercontinental Rubber...*
Inter lake Iron...———*
Internet Agricultural......*
Prior preferred—......100
Int Business Machines.....*
Internet Carriers Ltd—...1
Internet Cement—
......*
Internet Harvester,........*
7% preferred—
—100
Internat Hydro-Elec Sys A.25
Internet Mercan Marina.—*

..........

3,400

.

:

1354
45

10®
7% preferred
.......100
Internet Tel 5c Tel
*
Interstate Dept Stores...—*
Preferred-....—.——10®
Intertype Corp............*
Island Creek Coal
-.1
Preferred..
....1
660

10

;

Sale

254 Sale
2654 Sale

Preferred

15,500
61,300
153,100
43,200
6,210
20,400
50,000
20,400
i
6,640
1,582,800
105,800
3,400
23,600
22,200

470

-

tfnterboro Rap Tran ▼ t c 100
Hnt Rys of Cent Amer—..*

24",500

'i;;

6,000
22,700
48,000
6,000

*^Sale

8

2 54

Inspiration Cons Copper..20
Insuranshares Ctfs Inc...—1

10,200

"8",800

19
54

40

preferred...........100

Inland Steel—

1,274,500

155,600
1,500

:

1,150

,

380
1,330
5,100
49,300
33,000
14,500
3,700
25,300
21,800
61,300
1,200
74,400
6,200

15

<■

,

1,700
80,500
3,400

1454 Sale
18
2254
54
Sale4
754
9
254
254
3054 Sale
9454
97 v

1554 Sale

954

454,500 Illinois Central......—100
t% pref series A.......100
9,600
Leased line stock...... 100
3,070
RR sec stock ctfs aer A1000
4,190
5,800 Indian Refining—. ...—10
390,200 Industrial Rayon Corp.....*
53,500 Ingersoll-Rand——.....—*

79,700

19
15
26
24
15
25
17
24

i-:'* V

71 v Mar.
122 ;; Feb.
12154 Aug.
'7354 Apr.
104
Jan.
554 Mar.

16 54 Aug. 14
2354 Aug. 13
5554 Aug. 13

31

June 29

34

1

\

Aug. 23

7

9954 Jan.

V-.v *"■>..

Aug. 16
Aug. 23

79

15

2154 Jan.

54 Apr.;

8054 Aug. - 6
zl23
Aug. - 1
12154 Aug. 28
7754 Aug. 24
112
Aug. ,14
1154 Aug.; 1
: 754 Augx 8
380
Aug. 27
39
Aug. 27
1754 Aug.
2
6454 Aug. 23
1354 Aug.' 2
254 Aug.
1
4454 Aug, ,19
354 Aug?
1
854 Aug.", 1
954 Aug; 2

I 154 Aug.

Mar.

Aug., 16

9

26
28

30

2
' Aug. 20 11154 Aug.
1
14054 Aug.
1 14054 Aug.
159
2
Aug. 12 15954 Aug.
2454 Aug. £3
2154 Aug. 27

j 2354

15

254 Sale
4854 Sale
354 Sale

20

«

2954 Aug.
1
* Aug. 20

34

104

—

126
12754
12154 122
77
78
11154 113 ;

Sale

14

'<

Mar.

7454 Aug~." "2

110
141

83

85
Sale

zl23

44

preferred....——•

.....*
Hollander (A) Ac Son........5
Homestake Mining
...100
Houdaille-Hershey cl A ....*
Class B....—........—•
1,033,000
11,400 Household Finance part pf 50
57,200 Houston Oil of Texas.....100
Voting trust certificates.25
91,800
276,300 Howe Sound rot trust ctfs..5
38,200 Hudson 5c Manhattan..-.108
Preferred..
——100
13,700
567,800 Hudson Motor Car.......—*
370,300 Hupp Motor Car Corp.....10

16,600

8254

40
104 54

Preferred called—

Hercules

12.200

200,000
52,200
13,600
98,400

11154 107
131
14054 Sale
155
15954 160
22
2254 Sale
;

110

65
94

! Mar.

4

48

Aug,; 1

—

Feb.

""

254 May 13
4354 May 14

1
16
7
3
29
29

Feb.

Apr.

"354 Sale" ""354 Sale" ""254 Aug." 3 ""454 Aug"." 17

1

Motors...—--—*

•

1

19
6
12

79

1054 Aug.
8854 Aug.
*
105
Aug.
22 54 Aug.
116
Aug.
118
954 Aug.
1154
1154
Aug.
10354 10654 105
-

Sale

10754 Sale

141

?

preferred-.——100

Hercules

112
12

*

Ry

17,300 Hershey Chocolate
•

42,900

•

7%

20

900

77

Preferred....——100

»,

43,800
4,100

20

1,100

Highest
Sale Prices

Aug. 16
Aug. 23
Aug. 23

28

1154
96
9054
9454 9554
10654 Sale
10554 Sale
2454 Sale
2354 Sale

20

A........—1
preferred——100

,•

11

26

6

28

"M "J*

"454

•p

0%.......—100

Havana Elec.

530

6,200

,

3 H

'168,600 Hayes Body—
......---2
40,500 Hazel-Atlas Co............25
5,100 Helme (G W)———25

y

100
12,000

;

;,

370

-;

2,500
; 100
•

26

Hat Corp class

6,010
18,500
V

-

Preferred

820

620

r

22

2f* W

6
12

2
5
1
6

Aug;
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,;.
Aug.

.154
2454
654
1854

154
154
2454
2754
654 Sale
1954 Sale
2154
23
67
Sale

fi

.

I

1,480

Lowest

Sale Prices

••

Sale Prices
2
Aug.
6
30 - Aug.
6
9
Aug. 16

Sale Prices

Ask

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

....25
10,010 Hackensack Water
Preferred A...—.——25
2,090
141,500 Hahn Department Stores...*
......10
27,800 Hall Printing..
*
11,910 Hamilton Watch..
Preferred. ............100
2,060
*
7,180 Hanna (M A) Co $7 pref
125,100 Harbison Walker Ref.....—•

1,900

Highest

Lowest11

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

Auo. 311935
.

;•

.

i;

:

to

•
36,700 Guantanamo Sugar
Preferred
——109
2,280
9,400 Gulf Mobile Ac Northern..100
.........100
16,300 j." Preferred
13,100 Gulf States Steel.-........-*
7% 1st preferred.......100
1,330

4,600
6,700
7,100
490

,

.

1

July 1 1933

EXCHANGE

Shares

Shares
1
2,900
100

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

STOCKS

>

N. Y. STOCK

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

12
Mar. 22
1954 Mar. 27
2254 Aug. 10
5
May 13

Aug.

1

Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.

7
7
9
7

Aug.

1

Jan.

17

Aug.

12

July 18
July 26
Jan.
9
July

9

Aug. 21

July 16
Jan.
3
Jan. 23
Aug. 22
Apr.
9
Aug. 10
Aug. 10
Jan.
7
Aug. 12
16

27

Aug.

46

Aug. 20

2854 Jan.

8

Jan.

3

9

7
854 Mar. 14 1254 Jan.
7
1054 Mar. 14 1754 Jan.
June 21
8954 Jan.
3 102
115£ Jan.
7
5
Mar. 13
3 54. Aug. 14
154 Mar. 13
55? May 1 1354 Aug. 14
Aug. 12
6754 Mar. 28 95
1754 Jan. 25
10 H July 23
754 Aug. 23
654 Aug. 16
1
2154 Mar. 30 3854 Aug.

Sept., 1935]
AGGREGATE

n. y. stock

SALES

In

Since

August

Jan. 1

Shares

STOCKS

Shares

7,800

n. y. stock exchange

24,500
200

6,290

700

6,700
3,100

v

11,100
17,400
91,000
3,600
9,700
8,900
4,700
1,980
47,600

•

i

>

;

700

26,900
8,200
35,200
2,600

Sale
223*
1183* 113
1182* Sale 1152*
1603* 163
1603*
172*
173* Sale
Sale
23
212*
Sale
34
32
31
33 3* Sale
403* Sale
412*
1053* 1053* 1043*
13* Sale
12*
13*
12*
12
402* Sale
373*
1242* Sale 1212*
243* Sale
242*
1392* Sale

.....

Lima Locomotive Works.
Link Belt Co

....

Liquid Carbonic
Loew'a

....

Incorporated

Preferred

Loft Incorporated.......
Long Bell Lumber A.....

Loose-Wiles

Blsc........

1st preferred

....

Lorillard (P) common-...

Preferred

..........

I Louisiana OH

13,100

Convertible

40

"243*
442*
83*
313*

io
700
v

1,000

;

:

2,260
;

94,100
10,100
12,300
15,200
53,100
120

"""390

8,600
11,210
4,100
4,365
203,000
33,900
22,100

-

194,500
1,590
99,100
109,700
32,900
1,510
6,720
53,300
448,500
111,800
23,600
9,300
302,500
56,600
250,300
100,900
313,100
7,110
65,300
95,500
8,270

60

590
6,600

100,200
29,400
2,500
3,800
31,500
4,300
72,200
'

400

4,200
31,200
1,970

60

Maytag Co (The)...........*
Pref with warrants

Class B

•

4% preferred

......100
McGraw Hill Pub Co..
.*
Mclntyre Porcupine Mines..5

McKeesport Tin Plate......*
McKesson At Bobbins.......5

Conv pref series A......50
McLellan Stores class A.....*
Preferred
........100
.

Melville Shoe Corp......

..*

Mengel Co...

1

Preferred

100

17,790
First oreferred
...100
36,100 Minn-Honeywell Reg Co
*
1,780
6% pref aeries A........100

490

12,600
34,100
48,800
7,200
27,000
18,700
19,000
394,800

Minn Moline Pow Implem..

Preferred.,

......

tMinneapolis Ac 8t Louis. 100
Minn St Paul At S S M

Preferred

............100

Leased line
Mission

100

100

Corp..............

Mo Kan-Texas

Preferred series A

100

{Missouri Pacific .....*..100
Convertible preferred.. 100
.

Mohawk Carpet Mills

20

Monsanto Chemical Wks-.IO

1,773,250 Montgomery Ward Ac Co.....*
11,200 Morrell (J) At Co

900
150

470 Morris Ac Essex

18,800
45,200
22,000
9,800
1,200
4,500
3,200

..........50

203,100 Mother Lode Coalition.....*
219,700 Motor Products
*
187,600 Motor Wheel
5
68,600 Mulllns Mfg Corp,.........*
...

29.410

4,500
3,200

,

200

200

Convertible preferred.
*
Class A
.....7.50
Preferred new.........

572,100
3,190
155,100
67,000
791,600
11,000
259,500
564,900

570

500

Naah Motor* Co

......

Noah Chatt At St Loula..

National Acaw..........
National Aviation Corp..
National Blacult........

7% preferred

.......

Nat Cash

Reftlater......
Nat Dairy Prod Corp
470
7% preferred claaa A...
340
7% preferred class B_».
348,700 !National Dept Stores...
85,910
7% lat preferred......
1,390,400 Nat Dlatillera Prod new..
34,200 Nat Enamel & Stamp....
....

14,200 National Lead..........
4,000
Preferred A...........
2,890
Preferred B

500

150

......

319,500
900

;>

>
■

3,300
48,400
23,100
5,630
17,600
13,600
11,500
8,500
100

1

798,300
2,300
11,600
273,500
83,500
20,290
75,800
72,700
35,300

Nat Power At Lltfht..

Nat Rya of Mex let pref..
2nd preferred.........

National

Steel..........
National Supply ef Del.

Preferred.............
National Tea Co..
Natomaa

.....

Co.............

Nelsner Bros....

......

I
see page

43.




223* Sale" 202*
462* Sale
423*
92*
10
83*
343* Sale
313*
515
.1... 515
13*
:i3*
.13*
53*
,163*
53*
53*

1

32*
93*
23*
Sale
Sale
Sale

293* Sale
1463* 150
463* Sale
113* Sale
Sale
.....

99

-.1

Sale

343* Sale
82* Sale
82* Sale
83

53
Sale

2^1 7; 32*
12* m

30

Sale

53*

63*
353*
122*
992*
56
43*
353*

63*

j

293* Sale

13

Sale

473*
483*
473*
48
L013* Sale
303*
313*
113*
113*
)5
Sale

Sale

120 :
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

402*
Sale

1033*
592*
Sale

Sale
242*

Saler

183*
35

Sale

Sale

33* Sale
102* Sale
19

102*
Sale,

Sale

112

Sale

Sale

Sale

il03 2* Sale

103
1083* 1083* 1083* 1093*
.

..

6
14

19
17
,22
24

Aug. v 1
Aug. 23

40
113

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

'

515

Aug. 20

Aug.
2
Aug. 20
Aug. 19
Aug.
2
Aug. 15

6

~

.

2 109

Aug. 23

36

Aug. 20

10

6

23* May 14
May 24

10

6% Aug. 15
52

;

20

June 27

23

2*. Mar. 14

136

Jan.

Jan.

15

323* Jan.
843* Jan.

7

Mar. 14
3
73* Apr.
3
63* Apr.

573*
73*
343*
903*
.53*
32
83*
853*

Feb.
Mar.
Aug.
Jan.
May
May
Apr.
Mar.

41

Jan.

5
26

22

24
1

58

-

105

Jan.,
8
Apr.
1
523* Aug. 31
143* Aug. 12
503* Aug. 13
50
Aug. 13

2

Apr.
Jan.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.

June 17

353* June 17
13

Jan

.

3

123* Aug. 13
Aug. 12

91

14

Aug. 16

83* Jan.
45

2

Mar.

5

153* Jan.-,

3
9
14
30
30
1
24
22
23
31

13 110

202* Mar. 20
243*
23*
•*"
93*
83*
603*

32

23
453* Mar. 4
15 123
July 25

Mar. 12

22

2
3
7

333* Aug.
113* Jan.
93* Jan.

4 103

28

3

8

2 150

353* Mar. 29
6k Jan. 30
33

8

103* June 27
23* Jan.

'

62* Mar. 14

23
10
23
7
19
22

Jan.

5
„

Mar. 15
Mar. 13

4

Aug. 30

273* Aug.
15
July
3
May
53,32Aug.
83* Aug.,
13* July

23

43* Mar. 23
1
53* Apr.
2* June 14
2
22* Jan.
32* Mar. 1
1

....

8

Aug. 12
Aug. 23
May 22

Feb.

1

35
13

.

50

7
Apr. 29
Apr. 23

3

142* Aug. 12
502* Aug. 13
50
Aug. 13
102
jVug. 22
Aug. ,7
Aug. 23
123* Aug. 13
91
Aug. 12
14
Aug. 16
39
Aug. 3
122
Aug, 12
73* Aug. 19
42
Aug. 27
14
Aug. 23
110
Aug.
9
603* Aug. 14
53* Aug. 30
Aug. 30
Aug.
7
35
Aug.
1
52* Aug. 22
112* Aug.
5
193* Aug. 31
115
Aug. 12
*1032* Aug. 1

283* Jan.

133* Mar. 15
10,, Mar. 28

523* Aug. 31

19

May 14

Aug. 20 515

29

,

Feb.

8 130

3* Feb.
4
Jan.,

303* Aug. 13
Aug.

46

24

.

93* Aug.
7
12* Aug. 20
33 2* Aug.
2
113* Aug. 12
.73* Aug. 1

150

Jan.
Feb.

.16

,13* Aug.

6
7
Aug.
6
62* Aug. 15
52
Aug. 30
272* Aug. 23
142* Aug. .24
23* Aug.
5
5j,32 Aug. 7
83*. Aug. 19
2* Aug. 27
,

_

1
182* June
1
303* Apr.
2
53* Jan.
182* Jan. 16

.

148

523* Sale

Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

243* Aug.
I
50
Aug. 12
10
Aug. 23
35
Aug. 24

Aug."
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

293* Aug.
Aug.
463* Aug.
113* Aug.
48
Aug.
49
Aug.
982* Aug.
29
Aug.
83* Aug.
82* Aug.
82
Aug.
93* Aug.
343* Aug.
118
Aug.
6
Aug.
342* Aug.
12
Aug.
992* Aug.
55
Aug.
33* Aug.
31
Aug.
22
Aug.
262* Aug.
33* Aug.
102* Aug.
16
Aug.
109
Aug.
1013* Aug.
108
Aug.

148 3* 150

93*
92*
372* Sale
«

83*
12*
292*
83*
> 53*

303*

10

Sale

120

35

192*
142* Sale
122*
13*
12*
13*
5 31-32; 6
i 52*
8
Sale
72*
3*

53*
Sale

12

15
13
15
12
6

15
9

Aug."
603* Aug.
5k Aug.
413* Aug.
273* June
353* July
53* Aug.
133* May
193* Aug.
115
Aug. 12
105
July 30
T1113* June 19

'

4

Sale

5

Sale

49

483*
3*
12*
23*
23*
123*
33*
73*
12*
23*

2*
Sale
33*
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

17

Sale

723* Sale
322* Sale
603*
622*
63
Sale
3* Sale
342* Sale
103* Sale
122* Sale
78

Sale

4
4$

513*
3* Sale

1

12

Sale

42*
93*
12*
33*
163*
72
342*
543*

43*
Sale
2
Sale
Sale

12:

.

Sale1
60
63

61

312*

j

2*
■
2*
383* Sale
92* Sale

.

3*
332*
83*

113*
:77

103*

aV*

152*
203*
72*
83*
323*
1503*
172*
163*
1043*
1043*
12*
223*
263*
323*
1813*

33*
73*
13*
23*
16
70

Sale

64

52* Aug. 22
1
533* Aug. 22
Aug. 15 <
% Aug. 27
9
Aug.
12*
Aug. 28
:Aug. 12
Aug. 271
22* Aug.
8
Aug. 31 132* Augv;5
1
Aug.
Aug. 13
1 123* Aug. 14
Aug.
5
Aug.
23* Aug. 14
Aug.
32* Aug., 12
Aug.;
183* Aug., 7
Aug.,. 20 743* Au.g 26
Aug., 2 362* Aug. 10
29
8
602* Aug.
23
63
Aug.
1
1
Aug.
3* Aug. 24
2
Aug.
393* Aug. 24
Aug. 30 103* Aug.
1
Aug. 20 13
Aug.
9
2
82
Aug.
Aug.
9
Aug. 23
113* Aug. 21
.,

2§

65

Aug. 21

16

153*
17
142* Sale
383* 40

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1

93*
93* Aug. 23

19*

60

Sale

143* Sale
37
383*

3*

'
I

23*
13*

92*

17

Aug.
Aug.

,

Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

13

37

8
6

9

sp
ils

Aug. 24
Aug. 21
Aug.
2

162*
233*
82*
103*
322*

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug. 26
393* Aug. 27

153* Sale
17
213*
73*
8
82*
10
Sale
282* Sale
1482* 152
Sale
163* Sale
Sale
153* Sale
1082* 1103* Sale
1063* 106
1072*
2
23* Sale
Sale
252* Sale
Sale
292* Sale
Sale
253*
273*
195
1723* 180
164
1563* 1603*

7 292*
24
Aug. 27 323*
181
Aug. 28 185
1593* Aug. 13 161

>

Sale

140

93*

Sale

161
L40

Sale
642* Sale
163* Sale
Sale
103* Sale
11
Sale

138

140

113* Sale
2*
13*

2*

.

44,080 Newberry Co (J J)..,...
1,940
7% preferred.......
.100

For footnotes

Sale

.•*

...

28,100
18,200
66,500

13*
52*
83*
2*
22*
83*
12*
322*
92*
73*

Class B

14,000 Munslngwear
.....*
1,071,500 Murray Corp of America.. 10
14,300 Myers (F E) At Bros.........

124,300

Sale

48

164,600 Midland Steel Products.....*

55,000
16,800
7,600
5,300
4,820
115,100
114,200
173,900
31,100
75,700
89,575
123,000

14

45

tMcCrory Stores...........*

130

26

Sale

*

*

328,400

192*

S3 preferred ex-warrants..
$6 1st preferred
McCall Corp
•

..

4,400
1,100
1,400
300

56,300
12,860
205,800
4,900
1,500

7% preferred...........100
May Dept Stores ..........10

580 Merch Ac Min Transp Co....*
300,900 Mesta Machine Co
.......5
83,300 •Kami Copper..............5
227,400 Mid-Continent Petroleum. 10

:

91,400

370
340

Mathleson Alkali Work# ....*

.

3,900

43,600
115,200

5
5

....

-

90

2,200
242,700
2,100

Manhattan Shirt..........25
Maracalbo Oil Explor
1

202,200 Marshall Field Ac Co
•
25,500 Martin Parry Corp.........*

20,200

-

.100

....

42

Sale

>

48

7% gu.100

..... ...

22,900
29,200

,

*

.........

5% guar...

...

V; 2,000

82,200
32,900
41,700
30,400
1,220
2,400
160

Mod

4,580 Market Street Ry
100
530
Preferred...
100
9,110
Prior preferred
100
1,870
Second preferred...
100
66,800 Martin-Rockwell Corp. (Del.) 1

10

;

Broa

tManhat'n Ry Co.

94,200 Marancha Corp........
278,500 Marine Midland

7,600
42,100

14,600
64,800

Mahoning Coal RR Co_____50
tManatl Sugar..
......100
7% preferred...........100
Mandel

3*
102*
,233*
40
Aug.
442*
203* Aug.
242*
1163* Aug. 14 1243*

'

Mar. 14 243* Apr. 22
120
Apr.
Aug.
6
122
Apr.
Aug.
6
Jan.
1673* May
4'
June
193* Apr,.25
Mar. 14 243* Jan.
5
Mar. 13 34
July 18
243* Mar. 13 34 J* July 29
9
313* Feb.
7 443* July
5
102
Feb.
1 1083* Apr.
1
Mar. 15
2
12* Jan.
23* Feb. 14
13* June
1
33
Apr. 25 412* July 25
Apr.' 16
1213* July
6 130
183* Mar. 26 253* Aug. 27
124
Apr.
5 1442* Aug-.
7
2* July 16
13* Jan.
7
43* June 19 143* Jan.
8
102* Mar. 18 233* Aug. 19
34
Mar. 29 473* Jan.
7
,122* Mar. 26 242* Aug., 22
903* Jan.
4 1243* Aug. 24

...

Sale
Sale
Sale
323*

.....*

222,400 Macy (R H) Co, Ine
•
44,500 Madison Sq Garden » t c..*
85,300 Magma Copper
......10

650

29

412* 413* Aug. 28 46
1292* 1283* -i— 127
Aug. 8 130

220",500

(

39

40

Sale

35,700
13,300
3,800
■

Sale
Sale

21
943*
.932*
1513*
163*
133*
173*

30 122
Aug.,
27 1643* Aug. 30
6
193* Aug. 17
28 232* Aug.
20 34
Aug. 31
22 333* Aug.
9 422* Aug. 13
22 1053* Aug.
2
1 ,:-vl3* Aug.
8
5
23* Aug. 27
30 41
Aug.
5
26 126 J Aug. 16
5 253* Aug. 27
27 1442* Aug.
7

46
127

48",200

Meek Truck lnc

28

Aug.
Aug.
Apg.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1053* 1042*
Sale
13*
Sale
12*
Sale
373*
122
1213*
242* 24
1393* 139
% 5
2* Aug.
72* Aug.
93*
Sale
183* Aug.

1192* 120

preferred..

23,000 MacAndrews Ac Forbes Co..10
:730
Preferred.. ............100
Mackay Cos pref.........100

Sale Prices

Sale

41K
23

Highest

Sale Prices

222* Aug. 24 232* Aug, 13
1173* Aug. 27 120
Aug.

'

Sale

Lowest

Sale Prices

1163* 115
1643* 159
183* 172*
Sale
202*

Sale
Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

-

233*

Sale

...100

1

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Ask

117

Sale

.......

bH% preferred

.....

;

7

23**

102,000 Louisville Gas & Elec A
,7, 63,400 Louisville At Nashville
150,000 Ludlum Steel

1,700
,

Ask Bid

116..

com

"B"...

Preferred....
Lily Tulip Cup Corp

Aug. 31

Aug.-, 1
Bid

Life Savers Corp
Ll0f>ett & Myers Tob

39

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from
July 1 1933

Aug.311935

46,800
26,100
175,090
14,900
33,700
21,700
61,600
145,800
847,300
20,000
54,600
26,600
52,900
4,520
379,600
8,040
74,900

600

9,000

exchange-stocks

273*
*27,X
592* Sale
114
Sale

a

143* Aug.
Aug.
73* Aug.
72* Aug.
273* Aug.
1503* Aug.
163* Aug.
142* Aug.
1083* Aug.
1063* Aug.
20

12* Aug.

223* Aug.
252* Aug.

,

93*
2*
Vs

Sale

62

173*
18
722* Sale

16

66

92*

68

Sale
92*
102*
102*
30
273*
60
603*
593*
114
1123* 114

102*
273*

28
7

20
1

28

5 152

28
8

183*
163*

2 1103*
5 108
3
23*
1

283*

33* Mar. 15
31v

1

Mar.

6

29
9

13*
103*
i(23*
53*

55

14

12
1

19

10
8

31
1
5
6

2 140
Aug.
2
1
Aug.
17
142*
19
Aug. 19
1
Aug.
17
2
68:
Aug.
26
1
20 3i
Aug.
17
9 77!
Aug.
17
11
8
Aug.
12
Aug. 22 113* Aug. 26
Aug. 29 312* Aug. 12
61
1
9
Aug.
Aug.
1 1152* Aug.
Aug.
9

8
30

13
29

613* Apr. 18
3* Apr.
4
173* Mar. 18
73* Mar. 12
7
Mar. 13
363* Jan. 11
93* Aug. 23
93* Aug. 23
65
.: Aug. 21
133* Mar. 26
43* Mar. 13
30
Jan. 12
11

28

Jan.

22
7

213* Mar. 12
563* Aug. 29

1

9

Mar. 14

Mar.
Apr.
July
May
1
July
13* Mar.
103* Mar.

.

17
15
3
17

-

AMar- hi
3*Apr. 24

<

3

3

4

66

Feb.

65^

May
May
Aug.
Jan.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1

393*
1134
133*
82

113*

Jan.

Jan.

343* Feb.
Aug.
July
185
Aug.
1623* May
1403* July
143* Aug.

ill
1

Mar. 19
Mar. 18
Mar. 13
Mar. 20

3*
683*
203*
773*

Mar. 13
Jan. 15

113*

June

Jan.
Jan.

25

24
-

1

24
7
23

9
21
24
65
21
183*
2
143*
26
393* May 17

113*

7

12

4
7

Jan,
Jan.

Mar.

July

10

183* Aug.
7
773* June 12
363* Aug. 10

July
Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.
July
July 25 1103* Aug.
Aug.
5 108
Aug.

18
18
26
Mar. 15

11

163* May 16
63* Jan.
7
143* Jan.
7

Jan.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

9
7

\Jan. 14

Apr.
3
193*
Mar. 14 273*
Mar. 13
83*
Feb. 26
103*'
Apr.
1
333*
Mar. 7 152
Mar. 14
183*
Mar. 21
173*

Apr. '2
May
2
May 31

2

53* Jan.
573* July
3* Jan.
23* July
4
July

Jan.
Jan.

7
8

25
9
16
17
12
23
28
19
17

16

21
8
5
23
30
17
10
2

Aug. 26
Aug. 17
Aug. 17
Jan.

4

123* May 24
313* Aug. 12
2
61
Aug.
9
25 1183* Apr. 23
6

N. Y, STOCK

40
sales

aggregate

to

EXCHANGE

8
Aug. 23
7
Aug.
7
Aug. 16 27
Aug. 8 25%
11%
Aug.
1
19
Aug. 27 23%
5%
2% Aug.
5
11%
7% Aug. 27
130
Aug. 19 136

New York Control

29.400 N. Y. Chicago * ?t Louis. 1 §0
Preferred series A
1M
94,800
...IS»i
1,850 New York Dock...
6% preferred... .......Ik
5,646
K>
2,020 New York A Hsrlem
19%

non-cuss

pref..... 89

"% Aug.""3

_•
54,000 {N Y Investors loc
10 N Y Lackswanne 8c West.190
303,200 N Y NHS Hartford..190
Convertible prefer red.. 189
183,200
40.100 N Y Ontario A Western.. Its

x

' i'****.
24,900 NY Rye pf
Preferred stamped......
200
N f Shipbuilding........

170,200
1,760
5,230
4,500
287,200
7,200
23,800
3,410

100

Sale
79

4%
8%
3%
%
1%
11%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

75

Aug.

Sale

84% Aug.

Sale

96

Sale

36% Aug.
% Aug.

Sale

Sale

3%

1

..189

T%preferred
New York Steam

prof 4%—

7% 1st preferred.........*

Ltd.........*
{Norfolk Southern .......199
Norfolk A Western....... 180
Preferred..............109
Noranda Mine*

1%
Sale

185
105

Sale
Sale

Sale

m

'

New.

......

10% Sale

10%
1%
16%
20%
4%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

85
100
6%
7% Sale
18%
Sale
123
124% 125
10%
16% Sale
66
80
82%
49%
50
60
115%
93%

Aug.

22

Oppenheim Collins A Co.
Elevator............

-•

9% preferred...........

90

Otis

Otis 8teel... .............

Prior preferred.........
Outlet Co.....

289

.....—...

.

.........10
2,780 Pacific Coast
First preferred.........*.*
1,610
3d preferred............**
1,940
434,000 Pacific Gas A Else ........38
222,600 Pacific Lighting Corp.....
*
24,600 Pacific Mills
15,700 Pacific Teleph A Telegr..l99
referred... ........... 188
3,230
94,000 Pacific Western OU.......
1,372,000 Packard Motor Car.....—
5
8,300 Pan Amer Pet A Trans
16,800 Panhand Prod A Ref......*
8% preferred
......180
2,940
76,900 Paramount Pictures new—1
1st preferred...
...100
3,900
2d preferred
10
68,200
{Paramount Publix Corp—
Certificates of deposit.. 19
1,500,500
1
19,600 Park A Tllford
738,400 Park Utah Cons Mines..—1
30,200 Parmelee Transport Co.....*
........
253,000 Paths Bxch.
84 preferred class A ......*
124,300
13,100 Pathe Film Corp
198,800 Patlno Mines A Ent Cons ..*
I
28,600 Peerless Corp
47,300 Penlck A Ford.............*
255,800 Penney (J C) Co............*
Preferred.
....109
34,300
10
61,400 Penn Coal A Coke.....
Penn-Dixie Cement....
*
i 69,300
..

Sale
,

iH
lV>

18,800
f% preferred series A
188
* -...59
927,500 Pennsylvania
30,200 People's Drug Stores Ine ...*

Preferred..............188
206,000 People's Gas L A Coke...190
990

Sale

110% 123
12 % Sale
72% Sale

49% Sale
115

95%

2%
6%
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

11%
16

168,300
213,800
4,210

Sale
Sale

10%

Sale

74 %

72

Sale

ii
43

Sale

32%
116%
Sale

3%

21
14

2%
Sale
Sale
Sale

10
Sale

.........

Sale

Sale

67%
Sale
Sale

8% preferred..........
Pierce Petroleum

%

......

Sale

Pllsbury Flour Mills......

79%

Pirelli Co of Italy A

60 Pitts C C & St L RR Co...
31,700 Pittsburgh Coal (of Pa)...
11,200
4% preferred

Sale

_

.

„

.

Sale

.....

198

330 Pitts Ft Way A Chic pref.

Sale

156,000 Pittsburgh Screw A Bolt.
7,730 Pittsburgh Steel pref

Sale

189
4,400 Pitts Term Coal
1,470
4% preferred.......... 109
35
28,800 Pittsburgh United
Pref conv_._.
...199
11,320
3,000 Plttsb A West Vlrglnls..l89
4,800 Pittston Co (The)..........*
312,400 Plymouth OH... ...........8

72,600
19,300
12,400
176,700
113,400
56,900
255,100
4,630

Poor A Go Mass

Class B.

.....

.

{Postal Teleg A Cable pr*fl99
{Pressed Steel Car commoi
7% preferred...........189
Procter A Gamble.........

Preferred

wot footnotes see page




■..........*

Porto Rlcan Am Tob cl A..

43

8%..........188

1%
10%

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
L Aug.

Aug.

Aug.

3%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2]
46%
8% Aug.
68
Aug.
20% Aug.
6
Aug.
Aug.

58

%
3%
%
32%
65%
116%
8%
10%
35
38%
196% 179
6%
6%
39
44

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1% Aug.
12% Aug.
2% Aug.
48
11

Aug.
Aug.

1% Aug.
8% Aug.
7% Aug.
3

Aug.

% Aug.

5% Aug.
1%! Aug.
11
51

116

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

11

17% Aug. 23

Mar. 26

§*

Apr. 22
4
Mar. 27
28%
Mar. 6
Mar. 18
June 19
Jan.
2 112
Jan. 14 134%
9%
July 11
5%
Mar. 13
Jan.
9 12 ,

it*

Aug. 28

12
5

Apr.

3

{June Is
Mar. 13

9

Mar.

Mar. 11

Mar. 12

5
9
7

Feb.

Jan.
Mar.

Aug. 26
Mar. 14

Aug. 15
i Aug.
1
Aug. 22
Aug** 7
Aug. 14
Aug. 12
Aug. 12
Aug. 17
Aug.
5

7

June 14

Jan.

Mar. 15

Feb. 27
Mar.

3

Vk%
32

Jan.

Jan.

2

7
8

9
24% Jan. 11
4
19% Feb.
11% May 23
Jan.

22% Aug. 23
45
July
9
76% Aug. 20
8
12
9
June 15
Jan.
4
Aug. 12
Aug. 27
Aug. 19
Aug. 27
Jan.
8

26
1

Jan.

Mar. 21

Jan.

July
Aug.

Jan.

Mar. 12

Mar. 22

July

21
8

Apr.

27

Mar

'July 24
July 16
Apr.
8
Aug. 26
Jan.

June
Jan.

70

6]
1

12

6 44\
16 180

I Mar. 13

9

Mar. 13

49

1
Mar. 21
4
10% Anr.
1% Mar. 20
4
24% Apr.
6% June 4
Mar. 21

6% Mar.
6% Mar.

11

Mar. 19

Feb.

2

June 1

May 14
6% May 14
42% Jan. 12
2
115
Jan.

Apr. 15
Jan.
8

35^ July 19

76;
12 116;

Mar. 14

1

7
11

si*

Mar. 13

15
23
1
20
6
14
6
27
15
12
27
19
27
12
19
19
21
26
6
13
13
21

16

Jan.

ifoh

Mar. 15

1

Apr.

2
17% Jan.
6% Aug. 31
May 23
15
Jan.
4
July
8
Aug. 27
Mar.
1
6
Aug. 21
Jan.
7
5
Aug. 17
27
Aug. 17
29
Apr.
2
39
Mar. 31
116
43% Aug. 17

26

12

2

23

Aug. 12

1H Jan.

8

Feb.

Jan.

July

Apr. 26
Feb. 18

6

Apr. 18

July

7

Aug. 12
Aug. 17

Jan.

May 20

12

Jan.

Aug.

Mar. 27
Mar. 21

Aug. 30
Feb. 28

7

Mar. 30

it*

Aug. 28
Aug. 28

Mar.

Jan.

7
19>4 Aug. 14
Aug. 31
Aug. 31
12 H Aug. 31

June 20
Mar. 12

Mar. 13

Aug. 24
I Aug. 22
1 Aug. 22
L Aug. 14
Aug. 30
1

June

104

Aug.

July

2

Jan.

22
22
10
5
5
27
27
7
29

19
6

; Aug. 16

Aug. 26

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
22
July
125
17% Aug.
84% Aug.
Aug.
50
115% Aug.

Jan.

7
15
6
17
15
16
31
21
9
6
27
2
21
6
17
17
23
30
17

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

38% Aug.
70
Aug.
1% Aug.

Sale

Pierce Oil Corp..

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

9% Aug.
18

Sale

Preferred

Aug.

Aug.

Sale

...........

Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

Sale

{Phlla Rapid Transit Co..
7% preferred
PhUa A Reading C A1
Philip Morris A Co
Phillips Jones Corp......

Aug.

May 17
2

Jan.

100

Feb.

Sale
Sale

May

_

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

14% Aug."
28% Aug.

Sale

7,800 Phoenix Hosiery.........

74,700
11,000
68,900
43,200
1,900

70

Sale

Philadelphia Co pref 4%.

570

12% Aug.
% Aug.'
Aug.
77
Aug.
Sale
103% Aug.
4% Aug.
""5%
3% Aug.
26% 21 1 Aug.
26
Aug.
Sale
32
Aug.
Sale
Aug.
116% 115
Sale
36% Aug.

*1%

80%
103% 103%
4% Sale
3% Sale

Phelps Dodge............

Preferred

1
Sale
Sale

114

,

14

Sale

—..
Petroleum Corp..........

ao/v

Aug.
9% Aug.

Sale

1,030,600 Phillips Petroleum.......

.

Aug.

8

16

,8.800 Pet Milk

1,790

8
Aug.
4% Aug.
11% Aug.
% Aug.
14
Aug.

5

14%
4%
21%
26%
8%

Mar.

Aug.
Aug.

14
19
20
12
17
13
12
12
23
1
23
14
14
31
31
31

84

Sale

_

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

3

_

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

5%
2%
23%
38%
13%

Sale

.

May
July

Aug.

29

Jan.

Mar. 14
4
Mar. 29
June 12
Mar. 11 139
Aug.
1 112
114% Mar. 14 114% Mar. 14
% Aug. 14
% May 31
%~Aug. 14
May 22
99
May 22 99
8% Jan.
4
2% Feb. 26
"Aug. 13
16% Aug. 13
6
Feb. 26
Aug. 13
6
Jan. 19
Mar. 15
Aug. 14
Aug. 26
Mar. 29
i;
Aug. 26
Aug. 18
1]
May 22
Aug. 28
Jan.
7
16;
Mar. 14
Aug. 26
Jan.
7
87
Apr. 18
80% Aug.
3
June
5 92% July 15
90
Aug.
7
Aug.
2
May 28 100
LOO
Aug.
2
May 22
30% Jan. 15 43
40
Aug. 22
1% Aug. 13
% Aug.
6
1% Aug. 13
Aug. 26
Mar. 13 190
LOO
Aug. 26 158
June 18
99
Jan. 10 108
L06
Aug. 23
9
Mar. 13 24% Aug. 17
24% Aug. 17
35% Mar. 15 53% Aug. 16
53% Aug. 16
4% Aug. 12
2
Mar. 13
4% Aug. 12
Jan.
3 97% Aug. 16
97% Aug. 16
July 15 10% Apr. 26
99
Aug. 20
Mar. 29
99 ""Aug. 20
7
Mar. 28 21% Jan.
19% Aug.
1
44% July 25
43
Aug. 21
35% Jan. 1
Jan.
4
2j
1% July 1
1% Aug. 15
Jan.
3
Mar. 20 32 j
2

1
22
22
10
5
7
27
27
7
29
17
23

2

Sale

Mar. 12

_

9% Mar. 12

Aug.

Sale
Aug.
Aug.
110% 110
133% Aug.
138
Sale

17
14
17
29
30

July

8

28% Jan.
4
25% Aug. 17
13
Jan.
4
Jan.
7
25
5
Aug. 29
11
Aug. 30

Mar. 12

26

Aug.

14

15

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

8

13

Mar. 12
Mar. 12

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

19

Sale

3% July

Aug. 17
Aug. 21
Aug.
1

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

90

92%

7

1,600 Peoria A Eastern........
11,800 Pare Marquette..........
9,400
Prior preferred.........
7,100
Preferred..............

84 preferred

""7% Sale"

Sale

..

.

128,500
687,000
41,300
7,820
1,200

21"" Sale"

-

........

Preferred A.......—

Preferred.............. 199
30
IB
107,000 Owens.TH Glass Co.....
40,700 Pacific Amer Fisheries Inc..5

,

41

Sale
1% Sale

.........*

Omnibus Corp Vic (The) .*
Preferred A—........— 189

Aug. 20
16% Aug. 30
Aug.
6
1% Aug.
6

99

16% Sale
42
1% Sale
21
28%
11

(The)

Oliver Pans Equip

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

41

Preferred...............89
Ohio Oil Co

Aug.
Aug.

18%
48%
3%
91%

,

480

Aug.

106
Sale

.
1,391,600 North American.
9% preferred....
' 88
85,600
376,600 North American Aviation.,
43,200 North Anser Edison pref....*
; ,
900 North German Lloyd.......
1,420 Northern Central.........89
724,200 Northern Pacific.........100
2,310 Northwestern Telegraph..M
12,200 Norwalk Tire A Rubber....*

585,300
335,100
18,600
75,900
136,200
1,000
22,700
447,000
4,105
804,600
58,460
1,610

Highest
Sale Prices

5%
23%
19%
9%

73,700 Newport Industrie* Inc....I
58,500 New York Air Brek*-t....

10

Lowest

Sale Prices

7

1H

-

Highest
Sale Prices

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

Lowest
Sale Prices

Au<7.31 1935
Par

Shares
130 {New Or' Tex tk Mexico

1

1

July 1 1933

Jan. 1

1,918.700

range since jan.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

STOCKS
N. T. STOCK

Since

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Jan. 25
Aug.
6
Aug. 13
Aug. 13
Aug. 21
Jan. 11

July

25

2% Jan. 12
15
Feb. 25
3% July 29
56% Aug. 22
17% Aug. 14
2% Aug. 30
11% May 17
11% Jan.
9
4% May 10
1% Jan.
8
16% Jan.
7
3% Jan. 21
17
Jan. 21
53% July 23
*120%May 23

N. Y. STOCK

Sept., 1935]
SALES

AGGREGATE

Jan.

135,700
6,400
3,100
1,400
300
400

680

560

2,400
15,100
59,900
110

1,000
4,700
4,400
900

77,600
10,000
7,000
40

100

40,500
580
900

7,400
88,200
23,600
4,750
800
48,500
3,700

29,700
600
178,400
I

7,000

1,970
223,200
41,000
58,200
9,900
3,100
a

20
58,800
4,200
48,800
119,000
29,800

13,300
2,400
1,030
1,980
23,100
284,400

368,300
816,400
318,600
30,100
■•''V 9,800
-v;
5,100
4,650
147,100
8,ft00
69,400
567,500
1,590
9,700
w
72,300
39,100
2,810

6% pref ctfs of deposit.,
•♦ever* Com**' Ac Brass...
Class

26,200
140,000
145.700
23,500
55,800
7,000
1,200
82,700
93,500
200

111,000
7,100
11,900
5,500
4,100
300

63,100
234,000
209,500
5,800
800

5,600
14,100
39,100

Sale

5

Sale

38

4034
3734
Sale

57

50

1%
1334

IK Sale
1%
12
1
6

Sale

6%

Sale

Sale

Sale

5

A.—10
IW

Preferred

*
pref........100
Revuold* Spring Co
.....
1
Reynolds (RJ)Tob cl B..
10

Reynolds Metals Co
5conv.

10
•

Class A

Rltter Dental Mfg

Cop Mines.
Royal Dutch Co N ▼ she..
Roan Antelope

pref........100

Rutland RR.

•

.....

,

244,700

63,900
12,900
4,130
10,850
154,700
1,550,900
:

25

Shelly Oil Co

100

Preferred.

Sloss-Sheffleld Steel At Ir.100

...........100

Preferred

Snider Packing....

.....*

Socony Vacuum Oil Co
Solvay Am Inv Corp—

Inc.15

9,400
179,700
2,200
417,700
110
660

100

Sale

2% Sale
934 Sale
8% Sale
9
4234
6% Sale
7% Sale

Car
........5
nepunllc Steel Corp.......
Convertible preferred ..100

339,100 St Joseph Lead i ........10
37,400 tSt Louis-San Francisco. 100
Preferred
..........100
29,810
1,510 t Louis Southwest......100
Preferred
.........100
1,040
204,700 Safbway Stores.............*
Preferred (0)...........100
"
7,930
Preferred (7)...........100
83,40
,/\ 63,600 Savage Anns Corp..........*
685,200 Schenley Distillers Corp....5
68,930 Schulte Retail Stores......!
8% preferred
.....100
20,180
...........*
6,131 Scott Paper
{Seaboard Air Line........*
200,600
Preferred
.........100
9,400
214,800 Seaboard OH Co of Del.....*
*
5,200 Sea grave Corp (The)
865,300 Sears, Roebuck 8c Co.......*
17,900 Second Nat Investors.......1
95 conv preferred
1
10,620
Servei Inc.
1
1,050,900
......—•
154,400 Shattuck (G F)
220,610 Sharon Steel Hoop ........*
...*
54,800 Sharp Ac Dohme
Conv pref serlee A.......*
15,630
1,590 Shell Transp At Trading... £3
Shell Union OII
•
631,400
Convertible preferred.. 100
49,300
SUver King Coalition.......5
535,500
'Simmons Co
*
361,900
Slmms Petroleum.........10

78,400

3,600
200,500
5,800
1,350
46,600
1,200
36,000
224,800
370

Sale

74;
Sale

tforor

•V 4

'

430

2,580
38,500
1,140

Sale

90
Sale

,

'

900

920

Sale

1

Second preferred.......50
5,800
31,500 Real Silk Hosiery.........10
Preferred
.........100
\
1,720
12,300 Rela (Robt) Ac Co.........
1st preferred ..........100
7,200
349,300 Rem'ton-Kand ...........
1st preferred..........IVO
37,500
1(1
preferred.....
5,310
$6 preferred.
..25
f
5,200
Prior preferred
V •.*: 5,100
25
140 Renns 8c Saratoga RR Co. 100

19,700

195,700
89,900
66,300
1,600
1,300

Sale

3% Sale
9% Sale
1
Sale
3% Sale
6% Sale
4% Sale

.

80,500
5,400

49,200
213,600
72,600
5,800
1,600
1,500
1,100
18,900

5

5%% preferred.........100
So Porto Rico Sug

.......

...100

8% preferred
Sou

California

Southern

Rdlson

.25

1034

1834 Sale
Sale

10

12%
20
Sale

Sale

113
11
Sale

3134 Sale
254 Sale
1454 Sale
68
6834
54 Sale
54 Sale
30
Sale
334
334
52% Sale
2
2%
57
Sale
1054 Sale
734 Sale
17% Sale
534 Sale
4834
4934
3554 Sale

Sale

15%
69
Sale

1%
29%
Sale
Sale

A*
60
Sale

854
Sale
a

4%
44%
38

Sale

Sale

9734 Sale
1334 Sale
1234 Sale
5% Sale

Sale

11

10

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

1034 Sale

8754 Sale

93

98

Sale

35

Sale

51

Sale

2054
1154

Sale

29

4534 Sale
1654 Sale
13% Sale

111% Aug. 22
12434 Aug. 16
140% Aug.
1

Sale

11134 111% 111% 112
24
Sale
2254 Sale
144
145
147
148
21% Sale
1934 Sale

1734 Aug.
54 Aug.
1
Aug.
11% Aug.
18% Aug.
38% Aug.
106
Aug.
112 ? Aug.
9 % Aug.
30
Aug.
2% Aug.
1354 Aug.
68
Aug.
% Aug.
% Aug.
28
Aug.
334 Aug.
5234 Aug.
2
Aug.
55% Aug.
954 Aug.
7% Aug.
15% Aug.
4
Aug.
43
Aug.
3554 Aug.
9
Aug.
90
Aug.
12
Aug.
11% Aug.
5% Aug.

9
4

i

!
;
;

Southern Pacific Co......100

Sale

18% Sale
9% Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

21

-

200,400 Sparks Wlthlngton
Spear Ac Co
......
4,810
7% preferred..
...100
460
Spencer Kellogg ft Sons....*
36,700
985,800 Sperry Corp (The) v t C.....1
Splcer Mfg Co..
....
...
54,500
Convertible preferred A—*
9,090
Spiegel-May-Stern Co ....
233,800
634 % preferred
......100
2,200
Riohts
;
53,400
Standard Brands
1,236,300
Preferred.
5,420

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

434

—

.....

Stand

Com'! Tobacco....

Standard Gas ft Klec

$4 preferred.

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale

....

Sale

Preferred (0%)

Sale

Preferred (7%).

......

Standard Investing Corp.

Standard OH Export pref.
Stand

80

35%
Sale

Oil of Calif

_

Sale
,

1%

113%
Sale

Standard 011 Co of Ind..
Standard Oil of Kansas...

Sale

2734

is*
22

6%

28

22

IP

iSig
8H

'

'

\ Aug. 13

2
5
7
1
2S
7
1
1
3C
31
1
3
3
13
7

2C
27
25
1
3C
31
2C
5
1

111%
2454
14734
21%

7\

64

70

90

Sale

4%

Jk*
70
3334
12%
1034
44%

Sale

5%

1754 Aug. 28
2
7
Aug.
934 Aug. 3
9

1
6% Aug.
5954 Aug. 12
7
87
Aug.
4
Aug. 24
2
4% Aug.

76

72

34

32

Aug. 16
Aug. 22

11% Aug. 20
5
11
10% Aug.
Sale
43% Aug. 16
61
Aug. 28
61% Sale
101
10354 10154 Aug. 28
2
7% Aug.
13% Aug. 30
"13% Sale
127

Sale

Aug.

6

Sale

354 Aug.
4% Aug.
534 Aug.
14
Aug.
Sale
Sale
1534 Aug.
2
1% Aug.
113% 11234 Aug.
Sale
31% Aug.
Sale
25% Aug.

5
1

Sale

14% Aug.
Aug.
8
Aug.
68% Aug.
94
Aug.
4% Aug.
5% Aug.
72
Aug.
35% Aug.
13% Aug.
1334 Aug.
46
Aug.
7154 Aug.
103% Aug.
9% Aug.
15% Aug.
128
Aug.
26

1

128% 125
Sale

Sale

22

Aug.
934 Aug.
1154 Aug.
25% Aug.
5

28
1

27%
1 %
13 113%
30
35%
6

30 *28
23
Aug. 31
9
48%

Standard Oil ef N J......
Starrett Co (The 1. S).....

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sterling Products Inc....
Sterling Sec Corp cl A....

Sale

Sale

Sale

Sale

1

53
433

9

18%
67%
154
534

2

43

Sale

11% Aug. 28

Preferred...
Conv 1st
Stewart

........

preferred

....

Warner Corp....

Stone ft Webster.........

{Studebaker Corp..
Sun Oil

.....

.....—.....

29,800
Preferred
6,660
Superheater Co (The)....
35,200
Superior Oil
-----142,800
98,700 Superior Steel...........

Per footnotea see page




......

.

...

43

434
43
Sale

27
1

Sale

6% Aug. 26
2
354 Aug.
65
Aug. 10
67%
119
117% Aug. 26

Sale
Sale

69%

Sale

Sale

Aug. 12
Aug. 30
7
8% Aug.

Sale

Sale

18

Sale

Sale

2

Sale

Sale

"

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

17
14

17
19

27
1

12
16

9
24
1

3
15
1

12
1

27
19

17
17
12
17
22

23
5

15
14
5
5

13
12

17
9

9
1334 Aug.
3
10% Aug.
434 Aug. 16
2
69
Aug.
1
119
Aug.
24% Aug. 27
6
2% Aug.
1254 Aug. 27

Aug. 26
Aug. 26
Aug. 27
Aug. 28
Mar.
1
May
9
Aug. 22
Aug. 22
Aug. 22

Aug. 22
Aug. 22
Aug. 27
Jan.

10

July
5
July 26
July 29
May 16
June

14

May 17

Aug. 14
Jan.
3

8
8
12

it*

Jan.

21% May 13
46
Jan.
2
11334 June 29
114% June 19
1154 Aug. 21
35 / Aug. 22

Mar.

4

Apr.
Apr.

Jan.

Jan.

fgH
iff

Jan.
June

2
18

Aug. 16
Jan.
4

Aug. 14
9
35% May
4% Jan. 26

Aug,
Mar.

July-

59% Aug.
9
254 Aug. 14
65
Aug. 12
11% Aug. 27
934 Apr. 22

Mar.

May

Apr.

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

18% Aug.

6

Mar.

534 July
July
37
July

31
23
29

50

Aug.
Jan.
Mar.

98%
19%
1634
1854

Feb.
Mar.

July

15

6% Jan.

►

May 23

\\K

Mar.

31

2134 Aug. 17
9% Aug. 17

Aug. 27

27

Jan.

15
Apr. 26
Aug. 14

Aug.

Jan.

98
39

1534 Apr.
3
10|4 Aug. 30

21

10g%

9

1154 Aug. 27

Jan. 22
Mar. 20
Mar. 12

24

2
Aug.
Aug. 30
3
Aug.
Aug. 22

Jan.

Jan.

Jan.

21

5

7
7

Jan.

Jan.

Mar.

60
13

13% Aug.

21

10
14
16
19

Aug.

June

23

53

July
May
Aug.
Aug.

2234

Mar.

23

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan.

Apr.
Apr.

1154 Aug. 27
98

39

2
7

Jan.

June

Mar.

: Aug. 27
[ Aug. 19
{ Aug. 14
i
Aug. 17
; Aug.
l
\ Aug. 19
Aug.
2
Aug. 15
t Aug. 21
Aug. 22
i Aug. 17
j Aug.
2
Aug. 16
Aug. 13
s Aug.
14
( Aug. 23
Aug. 15
3 Aug.
9
1 Aug.
14
Aug. 12
t Aug. 27
[ Aug. 13
3 Aug.
6
[ Aug.
1
Aug.
3
s Aug.
12
t Aug.
13
2 Aug.
15
3 Aug.
6
{ Aug. 14
2 Aug.
6

Aug.

Aug.

Mar, 18

*58

i Aug.
8
Aug. j 8
; Aug.
8
Aug. 21
Aug. 21
Aug. 14

17
1
7
15

Aug. 22
Aug. 14
754 Aug. 13
62% Jan. 25
65% Aug. 12
3
Aug. 14

158

I

134 Mar, 13
6% Mar. 13 21
9% Mar. 28 43%
6
Apr.
6 42%
3 ' Apr. 15 3754
3% Apr.
4 11
0% Apr.
2 63%
2%
1
Mar. 26
15
8
Mar. 12
7
June
1
A!*
154 Jan. 15 99
0
Jan.
9 100
9% Aug. 23 74
154 Aug. 26 22%
8% June 10 110
434
234 Mar. 13
9 T Mar. 15
8% Mar. 18
8
Mar. 15
5% Apr.
3
20
3
Apr. 17
5 : Apr.
9 93
7% Apr. 29
1
June 10
234 Mar. 20
3% Mar. 26
534 Apr. 22 61%
534 Mar. 26 12%
30%
1% Feb. 25
44
9% Mar. 12
5%
3
Apr. 18

Aug. 22
[ Aug. 22
I Aug. 22
Aug. 22
Aug. 27
Aug.
1
; Aug. 26

9

19

Aug. 26

534 Mar. 12

Aug. 21
1

3

June

Mar. 13

0

I Aug. 22

20

Apr. 30

4

Aug. 28

2
5

July
5 113
52% Jan.

Jan.

854 Feb.

14
13
10

: Aug.

111% Aug.
22% Aug.
143% Aug.

16

:

5% Mar. 21
9% Mar. 18
5
June 25

12
14
23
16
23
1
16
19
8
12
27
26
26
Aug. 27

I

954 Aug. 15
87% Aug.
3
28
Aug.
3
44
Aug. 15
16% Aug.
1
10% Aug. 3C

19

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug. 17
Aug.
6
Aug. 22
Aug. 16
1
Mar. 14 140% Aug.

100

Aug. 23
Aug.
1
Aug., 5
Aug. 26

Dairies class A..

......

1,402,200

Sale

Sale

;

.

20% Mar. 5 45
62% Feb. 20 100
73
Mar. 14 111%
85% Mar. 14 12434

Aug. 17
Aug.
6

45
100

834 Aug. 30
89
Aug.
1
71
Aug.
1
13% Aug/ 2
634 Aug.
3
5454 Aug.
2
58
Aug. 27
2% Aug.
1
19
Aug.
2
35
Aug.
8
39% Aug. 23
35
Aug. 23
734 Aug.
1
48
Aug.
5
1% Aug.
1
11
Aug. 28
10
Aug. ; 7
93% Aug.
8
94
Aug. 14
69% Aug. 23
2154 Aug. 26
10154 Aug. 21
2% Aug. 13
16% Aug.
1
64
Aug.
2
6534 Aug.
2
6% Aug. 15
17
Aug. 16
85
Aug.
8
2054 Aug. 24
107
Aug.
6
20
Aug. 28
54
Aug. 20
60% Aug.
9
1054 Aug. 3
27
'Aug.
3
4154 Aug. 31
434 Aug. 12

Sale

134 Sale
854
1134
1834 Sale
3934 Sale
110
11034
112% Sale

Highest

Sale Prices

Class B..................*

1,194,100
Southern Railway....... 100
646,000
Preferred
.100
264,900
Mobile At Ohio certifs.,100
3,600
*
6,700 Spalding (A G) * Bros
1st preferred........... 100
2,280
Spang Chalfant At Co preflOO
9,390

57,100
285,400
253,900
56,500
127,800
34,600
16,100
623,300
556,600
5,300
1,006,400
68.100
146,200
16,300
14,300
3,400
393.200
515,100

41

Sale

1

Lowest
Sale Prices

Aug. 16
Aug. 28

112

112%
Sale

I

^

1,200
600

10

preferred .............r
k% preferred
100
7%
100
preferred...
. ...If®
Public 8errtce El ft Gee—
95 preferred.............
Pullman Company.. ......
95

51,400 Kaybestos-M an hat-tan.
26,700 Reading Company........50
First preferred
3,400
50

200

5,200
5,100

Pub S«r Corp of N J common *

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

1,400

Highest

Sale Prices
Ask
Ask Bid
41
Sale
39
Aug.
1
40
Sale
98% Aug. 14
99 % Sale
9834
99%
109 'm 110
109% Aug.
9
110
Sale
Aug.
7
123% 121
118% 122% 121
132
140 - 137
Aug. 21
140 34 Sale

9,700
406,700
535,800 Pure OH
38,705
1% con* pref...........It®
8,660
6% preferred.............
209,600 Purity Bakeries
......*
*
2,403,033 Radio Corp of Amer
112,900
7%
preferred "A"
50
Preferred B.............
930,800
426,400 lRadlo*Keltb-Grobeam CI A*

14,600

1

Sale Prices

Lowest

Aug. 31

Aug,, 1
Bid

17,200
8,000

49,600
77,100
3,230
3,660
24,600
554,700
14,600
73,700
117,300
11,900
5,200

r

Aug.Zl 1935

1

662,200
51,600
33,900

:•

■

a

to

Shares

Shares

SINCE JAN.

July 1 1933

EXCHANGE

H. T. STOCK

Since

In

Auqust

RANGE

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

STOCKS

11

EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Aug. 23
Aug. 23
Aug. 21
Aug. 31

53

1554 May 24

15 111 % July
2
Jan. 30
28% May 24
Feb.
4 150
July
5
Mar. 13
21% Aug. 22
Jan.

May
6
July 12
Mar. 18

8
8
23
Mar. 14
Apr.
2
Apr.
3

July
July
July

Mar. 13

25

June

Mar. 23

3

Apr.

Mar. 14
Mar. 14

Feb.
Mar

.

14
27

July 26
July 27
Apr. 30
June
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Mar.

July
Jan.

Mar.
Mar.

Aug.
Mar.
Mar.

4

5% July
June

2

2
10

2134 Aug. 17
4
16% Jan.
4
20% Jan.
3334 Jan. 12
8
Aug. 17
Aug. 19
94
Aug. 27
554 Jan.

2

Jan.

22
7

7
74

Jan.

36% May 11
13% Aug. 24
July 22
July 22
79% Jan. 17
1
103% July
9% Aug. 12
3
19% Jan.
130
Apr.
9

1*8

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
116
Apr.
38% May
*28
Aug.

19
17
17
12
17
22
6
24
15

Feb.

18

5

9%
11%
25%
27%
1 %

32

May 23
July
9
67% Aug. 13
18
1 % Jan:

RR>*
20
i

Jan.

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Mar.
Mar.

Apr.
Mar.
Jan.

Apr.
J an.

Mar.

d*
13%
10%
4%
75%
121

Aug. 17
Aug.
9

July 30
Aug.
3
Aug. 16
May 25
Mar. 23

24% Aug. 27
3
Apr. 17
12%

42

N. Y. STOCK
SALES

AGGREGATE
In

August

Low from

STOCKS

Since

!

14,300
23,500
2,100
7,700
70

25,600
1,500
2,000

;

Texas Pacific Coal * Oil

32*

IX

22 H

800

92.200
9,900
150

38 J*

The Pair Co

4

preferred..........100

45

'1

7,500
7,900

13

Thompson (J R)..........25
Thompson Products........*
Thompson Starrett......—*
Preferred................*

Tidewater Oil..............*
.

y

3

21

m

:

Williams Steel Porft*

Tran 8c

Tri-Continental

Preferred

42*

Corp......*
..........*

.

Tin ax Traer Coal

>

.....*

....100

20th Cent Fox Film

•

60

23,900
966,100
92,500
75,900
32,700
390

20,700
38,300
285,600
1,000
700

Preferred

222*

•

United American Bosch

Corp*

United Biscuit of Am......*

111*
822*
62 X

Si!
19

104 X

United Carbon.............*

20X

United Corp
Preferred

*

—

20

United Drug Inc...........5
United Dyewood..........10

....100

Preferred.

......*

United Gas 8c Impt
Preferred

49 X

Co......*

924

*

82 X
1

....

(United Paperboard Co..100

1,100

14,900

4,300

35,000
8,830
60.900
2,100
6.600
3,940

i

21,300
25,200
800

>

-

15,400

■

410

3,400
26,200
8,000
26,200
1,100
43,000
85,800
67,200
45,400
1,400
451,100
39,500
•-

V

-

79,500 Universal Pipe 4k Rad Co..l
Preferred
.........100
16,470
256,500 U S Pipe 4k Foundry
20
1st preferred.............*
26,620
10,100 U S Distrib Corp
*

t

4,950
3,600
' 42,400
64,300
5,900
172,200
5,280
25,500
197,800
49,100
149,500
6,100
155,700

•

( 311,500
Y

,59,400
1,100
242,400
88,000
4,110
49,100

Sl'.flOO
13,000
140

4,900
40

14,100
27,500

260

13 X

44A
11*
::

..*

7%

U S Hoffman Mach

Class A

7

250

290

9,300

22,100
270
10,100

1,200
5,400
1,900
:

11,900
22,800
■;.V 1,620
29,500
101,900
3,270
76,500
7,700
23,600
26,800
831.700
28,170
29,100
163,000
11,200
39,200
22,900

27 X

«

120

For footnotes




X

1924
11X

...—5

3X
54X

100

Vlck Chemical Inc..........5
.

fo!<:
ibH
YY

1

IX

Preferred B............100
Waldorf System............*
........

Ward Baking class A.......*
Class B
•

7% preferred..........100
Warner Bros Pictures

$3.85

conv

.5

preferred.....*

•80
\v

M*
if*

Warner-Qulnlan. ......—•
Warren Bros...............*

2X

Convertible preferred....*

7X

Warren Fdry A Pipe. ....—.*

13 X

Webster

Eisenlohr..

Preferred..

see page

43.

.......

Sale
131

Sale

152*
2324
11324
5624

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
126
Sale
Sale

392*
92*
102*
7824
324
7324
1524
10524
324

Sale"
4924 Sale
724 Sale
92*
10
9
924
52* Sale
91
922*
424 Sale
Sale

7

32*
222* Sale
32*

Sale

2624

42* Aug.
152* Aug.
2* Aug.
124 Aug.

624 Au«J
Aug.
1
Aug.
2
332* Aug.
9
524 Aug.
1
92* Aug. 31
1924 Aug.
1
18 i Aug.
3
5624 Aug.
6
73* Aug.
1
90

Aug.
7
42* Aug.
1
3
Aug.
5
2324 Aug.
3
6
Aug.
5
16
Aug. 28
22* Aug.
3
20
Aug.
5
92* Aug. 30
9924 Aug. 30
373* Aug.
2
1062* Aug.
1
8
Aug. 20
472* Aug. 28
62* Aug.
1
92* Aug.
1
924 Aug.
8
42* Aug.
7
913* Aug.
6
424 Aug. 31
Aug.

6

1292*
312*
642*
172*
1002*
88

Sale

24

1824 Sale
Sale

8

152*
6

112*
132*
122*
2124
22
213*
11324 1172* 118
62
622*
5524
Sale

5

Sale
402*
Sale
92*
Sale
1224
792*
823*
Sale
424
72
Sale
Sale
152*
1062* 1042*
32*
22*

1

32* Aug.
9
Aug,
5
13
Aug. 28
25
Aug. 28
22

Aug. 30

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
2224 Aug.

324

Sale
Sale
122*
832*
42*

363*

Sale

65 Y

Sale
Sale
3

142*
1042*
22*

82*
824
7924
324

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

524 Aug. 21
162* Aug.
1
24 Aug. 24
22* Aug. 27

1
7

•

3

.....100

60

324 Mar.

6
11
24 Apr. 15
124 Apr. 29

152* July

-

72* Aug. 17

4

124
2
682* 65
129
133
30
Sale
62
Sale
1724
Sale
962*
Sale
8924
862*

12*
662*

1
9

19

62* July

53* Aug. 2a
21X Aug,
36
Aug.
82* Aug.
112* Aug.
232* Aug.
262* Aug.
5824 Aug.
112* Aug.
91
Aug.
52* Aug.
32* Aug.
2524 Aug.
72* Aug.
1824 Aug.
32* Aug.
2324 Aug.
1024 Aug.
1032* Aug.
42X Aug.
1062* Aug.
92* Aug.
512* Aug.
8

23
16
23
14
17
17
16
13
20
1
2
12
21
1
5
6
5

17
27
1
9
12

Aug. 10

112* Aug. 12
Aug. 21
624 Aug. 17
932* Aug. 22
42* Aug.
6
72* Aug. 27
324 Aug. 12
252* Aug. 12
16
Aug. 31
26
Aug. 30
11

<■

>22* Aug.

6

16
69
Aug.
1
6 133
Aug. 21
30 352* Aug. 13

9 652* Aug. 13
19
31
Aug. 23
7 1072* Aug.
1
Aug.
9
28 90
28 25
Aug.
1
Aug.
2 192* Aug. 24
Aug.
2
82* Aug. 23
Aug. 27
1524 Aug.
2
Aug. 28 242* Aug.
3
Aug.
7 118
Aug.
7
Aug.
3
632* Aug. 17
Aug.
1
62* Aug. 17
Aug. 24 442* Aug. 17
Aug.
5
1024 Aug. 12
Aug. 10
1324 Aug. 19
Aug.
2 832* Aug. 22
5
Aug.
1
Aug. 14
Aug. 22 732* Aug.
5
Aug. 27
1824 Aug. 17
Aug. 31 1062* Aug.
9
Aug. 15
32* Aug. 3

4

162*
2824
324
82*
14
v

4

132*
50

524
612*
22*
2

June 28

16

Mar. 15

52* Jan.
7
132* Mar. 13
124 Mar. 15
17

Apr. 23
72* Mar. 18

84

Jan.

100

Feb.

60
602*
632*
61
62
5824 Sale
5824
15124 Sale
1512* 1522* 1512*
332*
352* 323*
29
3424
124 Sale
1
13* Sale
14
Sale
1024 Sale
93*
192* Sale
192* Sale > 182*
21
Sale
21 ;
21
2124
1 Y-; 124
1
224
3
62*
7
142* Sale
63*
,

"1924 Sale" "225* "232*

156

72* Sale
402* Sale
62*
624
1224 Sale
66

102* Sale

155

156

62*
42

624
44

8

82*

14 24
65

Sale
71

14

Sale

132*

Sale
Sale

36

Sale

37

Sale

1032* Sale
73

Sale

524

982* Sale
712*
722*
4324 Sale

432* Sale
x9924 Sale

110

Sale

135

139

133

165

165

137
170

160
2

X Sale

2* Sale
222*
242*
162* Sale
24

Sale

106

Sale

372* Sale
572*
70
22* Sale
2024 Sale

324 Sale

97

100

Sale

102

103
4

104

Sale

15

25

742*

Aug.
83* Aug.
Aug.
62
Aug.
152
Aug.
62* Aug.
383* Aug.
62* Aug.
1224 Aug.
66
Aug.
42* Aug.
1334 Aug.
342* Aug.
96
Aug.
70 < Aug.
412* Aug.
98 ' Aug.
135 | Aug.
165
Aug.
22* Aug.
>

..

2* Sale
2*
222*
242*
172* Sale
"142*
23
232*
222*
105 V 106
106
363*
362*
362*
70
573*
32* Sale
22*
20
2324 Sale

96

71

192*

87

:

153*
67
115

5
25
72

1
2
9
28
13
23
2
6
16
7
8
28
2
20
21
7
2
14
3
26

"252* Aug"." 17
122* Aug. 17
Aug. 16

90
65

154

Aug. 16
Aug.
5

72* Aug.

9

442* Aug. 12
824 Aug. 29
142* Aug. 30
70
Aug. 29
62* Aug, 13
152* Aug. 12
4024 Aug. 12
106
Aug.
6
73
Aug.
1
4624 Aug. 23
1132* Aug. 22
1352* Aug, 10
165
Aug.
3
424 Aug. 13

80

....

.....

9

26

122* May 14
2524 Jan.

29
14
13
4
15
13
5

18

Mar. 18

13
25

Aug. 28
Aug. 28

10

262* Aug. 17
5824 Aug. 16
112* Aug. 13
91

Aug. 20

52* Aug.
5

2524
7 2*
182*
32*
2324

4224

92*
512*
8

J an.

Aug.
Aug.
July
Jan.
Aug.
May
Aug.
Aug.
June
Aug.
Aug.

1
5

12
21
29
7
6
23
17
27
18
9
12

Aug. 10

112* Aug. 12
11

624
932*
62*
7 2*
5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
May
Aug.

21
17
22
10
27

Feb.

19

2724 Feb. 18
16
Aug. 31
26
Aug. 30

12* June 10
22*
5324 Mar. 29 692*
1262* July 17 133
29
May 28 502*
44

Jan.

15

1424 Feb.
6
822* Mar. 28

792* Mar. 14
202* Mar. 13
92* Mar. 13
42* Mar. 13
7

Mar. 29

2024 May 16
113
46

Jan.
Jan.

18
28

12* Feb. 27
2024 Mar. 13
824 June 14
42* Mar. 13
65

Mar. 21

324 July 18
Aug. 22

65

924 Mar. 13
872* Mar. 15
22* Jan. 28
3

June

3

32* Apr.

4

46

Apr.

51

Mar. 15

13324 Feb.
29
1

Aug
July

3

Aug.
6
July
9
Apr.
5
Jan. 22
652* Aug. 13
202* June 23
1112* Jan. 10
902* July
3

262* July

17

192* Aug. 24
82* Aug. 23
1524 Aug.
2
262* Jan.
9
118
Aug.
7
632* Aug. 17
62* Aug. 17
442* Aug. 17
1324 Jan.
7
1324 Aug. 19
902* May 23
72* Jan.
9
9224 May 14
1824 Aug. 17
1072* July 16
32* June 29
52*
332*
72*
652*
6624

7
24
3
Jan. 19
July 15

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Aug. 17
4024 Mar. 15
2 2* Jan.
18
192* Mar. 6
22
Jan.
7

9 153
3
13

92* Aug, 15
142* Mar. 14
1924 Jan.
7
2* June 24
5
July 26
24 Jan.
2
11
Mar. 14

42* Mar. 12

21X June 25
32* Aug. 30
1424 Aug. 30
2* Jan.
4
252* Aug. 17
12 X Aug. 17

6524 Mar. 26
402* Mar. 2

16
16

143
5

Jan.
Feb.

90
Aug.
65
Aug.
11 1572* June
6
7 2* May
13 462* July

352* Mar.
32* Mar. 15

72* Mar. 16
53
3

22
Mar. 13
Jan.

11

24
13
82* May 22
14 24 May 21

70
7

Aug. 29
Jan.
7

92* Mar. 13 17 24
242* Mar. 14 422*
95 ; Apr.
5 1242*
622* Jan.
3 7324

Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
July
272* Mar. 18 4624 Aug.
732* Mar. 18 1132* Aug.
1192* Jan.
4 14024 May

3
7
25

24
23
22
16
Aug.
3
14924 Feb. 11 165
1
Mar. 15
424 Aug. 13

1

X Aug. 14

2* Mar. 15
1924 Apr. 11

242* June 19

192* Aug, 21
25
Aug.
2

1124 Apr. 11

2124 Jan.

Aug. 28

Aug.
1 108
Aug.
Aug. 28 3724 Aug.
Aug.

6

91

2
6

31
31
31
27
22

85

16 1162* Aug.

9

Jan.

722* Jan.
2

Feb.

Apr.

124 Mar.

6

3
1
19
16

70

4 2* Aug. 22
152* Feb. 28
May 10
9
5 1162* Aug.

19

1
1

42* Mar. 15
1
7

124 Feb. 28
5

2
6

Aug.

May 22

26 24 June
Jan.

114

Aug.
Aug.

382* June 24

June 22

10924 Feb.

1

25

2
7

42* Jan.
2724 Feb.
4 110
July
4 1042* July

632* Mar. 29
1

12* June

Feb. 20 108

May 28
70
Aug.' 6
22* Mar. 18
172* June
1

15

"7024 Au"g"."26 "77" "Aug".'17
Aug

7

34

Aug.

70

1124 Feb.

6

Sale
12*
2
12* Aug,
5
224 Aug. 14
Sale
3
324
22* Aug.
1
32* Aug. 14
22*
23*
22*
12* Aug. 12
22* Aug. 21
Sale
72*
8
63* Aug.
5
82* Aug. 29
Sale
292* Sale
29
Aug. 28
3224 Aug.
5
Sale
1183* 1192* 1172* Aug.
6 1182* Aug. 28
Sale
224 Sale
3
22* Aug.
5
Aug, 22
9
Sale
72*
9
9
82* Aug. 28
Aug.
1
12* Sale
13* Sale
2
12* Aug.
1
Aug. 17
43
Sale
383*
40
38
Aug. 27
43 24 Aug.
6
52* Sale
52* Sale
424 Aug.
9
52* Aug. 31
39
Sale
412* Sale
33
Aug.
9 412* Aug. 31
24 Sale
X
1
24 Aug.
1
12* Aug. 10
4
Sale
32* Sale
32* Aug. 23
524 Aug.
5
102* Sale
92*
102*
17
934 Aug. 23
Aug.
6
22 2* Sale
252* Sale
202* Aug.
7
2524 Aug. 29
42*
424
524 Sale
42* Aug.
2
52* Aug. 14
80

92* Jan.

52* Jan.

Aug"." 16

Aug.
1
32* Aug.
Aug.
1
2424 Aug.
95
Aug. 22 100
Aug.
102
Aug.
2 10324 Aug.
324 Aug.
1
43* Aug.

1162* 1x5

12*
22*
12*
6 2*
3024
11724
22*

Aug.

1
2
1

12

Aug. 21
July 18
Jan.
4
Jan.
4

2324 May 17
3624 Feb. 19
82* Aug. 23

15 1062*

42* Mar. 15
282* Mar. 15
4X Mar.
IX Mar.
52* Mar.
IX Mar.
69
Apr.
42* Jan.
32* Mar.
22* June

524
1724
2*
224

12
8 1032*

2624 Mar. 20

10

624 Aug. I§
64
Aug.
Aug. 12
Aug.
622* Aug.
5
Aug. 17
Aug. 28 153
Aug.
3
3524 Aug. 14
Aug. 15
124 Aug. 5
Aug. 15
1624 Aug,
6
Aug.
8 212* Aug. 21
Aug.
1
212* Aug. 10
Aug.
8
32* Aug. 30
Aug.
6
1424 Aug. 30

Aug.

29

Mar. 15

Mar. 13
Apr.
4
Jan.
2
Jan. 15
Apr. 22
May
8
May
4
Apr. 10
Jan.
7
Mar. 7

124 June
60

324

■

36
95

-.100
Pieferred A............100

•

724
162*
22* Sale
15
222*
92* Sale
9924 100
42
432*

101

57 X

60
;.v v
2
15

(Wabash

Walworth Co

2

52* Sale

67 X
81 X
124 X

.........

Walgreen Co
*
62* % preferred.........100

892*
2424
1624
62*

59

9X
17X
53 X
51X

100
1

7% 1st preferred

106

153

3

*

Co......

24

642*

45

Corp of America.*

Van Raalte

2324

52*
32*

6324

Z*

Vadsco Sales Corp......
•
Preferred..
.—100

Vanadium

82

632* Sale

3X

....106
*

Utilities PAL "A**

24
58
10
982*
52*
4
242*
72*
Sale

89

32

*
—*

v t c

Prior preferred v t c
U S Realty 8c Impt..

Sale

232*
572*
82*

85

110

*
....

22

34X

5

U S Indus Alchol

3424 Sale
624 Sale
9 X Sale

82* Sale
85
8724

4X

Co..........-20
preferred..........100

U S Leather v t c

Sale

60

U S Gypsum

.

3,100
6,500

.

41
12

*

...

149,100
6% preferred..........100
7,500
7% prior pref
100
10,290 Virginia Elec A Power 8% pf*
760 Virginia Iron. Coal A CokelOO
20
5% preferred...........100
\ 3,710 Vulcan
Detlnning..
100
350
7% preferred......
100

"""130

v

Preferred

37

'

1,790

193,800
4,760
6,000
■>' 58,900
4,700
12,900
5,500

Express..............100
*

U S Freight

40 Vick Shr & Pac Ry Co pf.,100
*
74,900 Va-Caro Chem.......

1,100

•

U S

USA Foreign Secur Corp

10,000 U S Tobacco
350
Preferred...

20

7,300

Preferred..............100

32*

3224 Sale
6424 Sale
1724 Sale

57

*
426,600 U S Rubber
375,300
8% 1st preferred..—...100
50
448,100 U S Smelt Ref 8c Mg
Preferred
...50
24,900
2,250,250 United States Steel.. ....100
7% preferred..........100
215,300

400

130,100

*

Preferred

72* Sale
5
52*
20

Sale Prices

"52* Sale" "524 Sale" "5^1

•
81,600 Universal Leaf Tobacco
Preferred
—100
2,510
2,080 Universal Plct 1st pref....l00

150

1

Sale Prices

-

ihH

.

400

j|

50
3

Electric Coal.....—*

United

United Fruit....

,

4

13 X

41,600 United Piece Dye Works
*
Preferred. ............100
18,170
*
278,700 United Stores A

lOb",800

29
34

100

Preferred

69
129

95

100
*

.......

United Aircraft Corp w 1....5
United Air Lines Tr v t c w 1.5

it* Sale*
224 Sal?

252*

IX

Union Pacific............100
Union Tank Car

,

25

California....—25

Union Oil,

Ask

16

7% preferred............*
136,300 Union Bag 8c Paper........*
811,800 Union Carbide 4k Car ......*

250,700
270,200
35,100
56,600
1,135,800
471,600
13,700
83,500
1,190
183,400
2,160,100
907,600
295,800
81,993
2,420
109,300
228,200
1,176,000
'*
30,100
6,100

92

42* Sale
62* Sale
22 X

Corp
*
...—*

Preferred....

92* Sale
1024 Sale
424 Sale

3

Transit...*

400

70,700
79,100
39,600
39,500
3,600
5,900
256,800
144.300
1,900
10,900

sr

Truscon Steel Co..........1(

Twin City Rapid
Preferred

Sale

7
Y

90

51

:

18,800 Ulen 8c Co
*
48,100 Underwood Elliott Fisher..*

40

1062* Sale
82* Sale
49 X Sale

62

•

Timken Roller Bear........*

*

Sale

40

preferred......100

Transc & West Air Inc—..5

20

102* Sale
99J* Sale

100

Traneamertca Corp........

4% Sale
22*
3%
24 X Sale
6
6X
182* Sale
224 Sale
;

16

Tidewater Assoc Oil........*

conv

90

82

§*

Third Avenue............100

Tlmken-Detroit Axle CO...10

Sale

Lowest

Aug. 31

'

Thermold Co..............1

Preferred 0%

Sale

1924 Sale
182* Sale
562*
57
IX Sale

132*
''

Convertible preferred....*

5%

6

10

2*

T butcher Mfft...—*

9,100
224,000
119,800
3,500
524,300
58,400
3,950
34,800
465,200
360,200
614,400
64,900
62,400
342,400
9,500
96,100
115,900
10,700
14,200
1,100
1,100

Sale

4

192* Sale
3424 Sale

1

12,500 Third Natl Investors...... 1

700

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

6X Sale

62*
32*
MX

Texas & Pacific..........100

7%

1

Ask Bid

41*
16**
%
lli

«11

10

Tex Pac Ld Trust ctfs

Aug.
Bid

Telautograph Corp........5
Tennessee Corp...
.......5
Texas Corp (The)
......25
Texas Gulf Sulphur........*

15,200

,
'

35,600
45,300

•

Aug.311935
Par

39,900
94,100
683,600
323,800
492,100
530,600
26,600
115,300
7,300
17,300
1,130
68,400

RANGE SINCE JAN.

to

12,300 Sweets Go of Amer CTbe)--50
137,200 Swift & Co
25
12,400 ?Symington Co...........-*
Class A
•
16,900

53.000

1,700
209,800
54,500
126,800
22,500
8.100
91,700
1,400
6,400
43,400
1,400
1,370
1,100
1,100

N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

16,300
25,100
163,500
44,500
227,600

PRICES IN AUGUST

July 1 1933

Jan. 1

Shares
3,000
56,700
4,000
3,500

EXCHANGE-STOCKS

Mar. 14

124 Feb. 28
282* Jan. 12
224 Mar. 15

83

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.
120
Apr.
32* Jan.
1024 July
22*
32*
224
82*
3224

2

8
4

19
29
5
24
7

17

Aug. 17

17

Aug.
6
Aug. 31
Aug. 31
Jan.
2
Jan.
7
Aug.
6

28

Jan.

4

Mar. 14

6

Jan.

85

Apr. 29

90

142* Mar. 13
5* Mar. 15
22* Mar. 15

4324
52*
412*
12*
62*

72* Mar. 20
202* Aug.
7

Feb.

8
2

18

•

SALES

AGGREGATE
In

rulu 1 1933
July l 1

M. T. STOCK EXCHANGE

Shares

to

Par

Shares
310

500
330

"Y.eoo
33,900
2,800
6,800
23,600

Weill Fargo Ac Go....... ...1

„

40 %

Wcmod Oil Ac Snowdrift. ...»

$4

conv

West Penn El Co "A"

7% proforrod.......... lioo
Preferred (6)——— .tot

prof 7%. .100

4% proforrod......... .100
*
Western Dairy Prod A...

208,700

867,200

Western Union Teleg—106

40*400
192,900

234,800
1,665,500
6,780
59,600
3,590
59,000

12?* Sale
1%
1%
3% Sale

Weetlnghouse Air Brake
Westlnlhouse Bl Ac Mfg..80
7% 1st preferred.....
80

330

14,400
330

17,900

Weston

El

43

50

;

•

\

138" 200
18,500
49,700
12,600
1,960
2,500
2,140
3,000

r

,

340
36,700
22,700
205,550
45,100
25,500
52,600
27,400
2,500
832,400
65,100
106,100
482,400
51,900
29,530
15,200
7
8,240
42,200

Instr..........

Glass A........—......

13

46% Sale

1

Sale

26

Sale

20

MB

24% Sale
Sale

87

Sale

11

Sale

14

Sale

2

83

Proforrod..............100
...80

-II"
,

H
J*
15

White Rk M

Spr ctfa new...*
Mach
Convertible preferred....*
Sewing

Sale

36
45

90
Sale

Sate^

2

Sale
61?* Sale
18?* Sale
43
Sale
32
33
47
49?*
79
Sale
70

preferred.......100

Wool worth (F W>......... 10

Worthlngton P At M......100

7% preferred "A**......100
4% preferred B
.100
Wright Aeronautical Corp..*
Wrlgley (Wm) Jr..........

Sale

x

Sale

53,270 Zenith Radio Corp.........*
1
258,100 Aonlte Products Corp

?

Ex-rights.
t Companies reported In receivership.
#
Adjusted tot 25% stock dividend paid Oct. 1
1934.
*» Listed
July 12 1934; par value 10s. replaced
£1par, share for share.
w Far value 550 lire listed June 27
1934; replaced
500lire par value.
»Listed Aug. 24 1933; replaced no par stock
share for share.
m

^

..

.

adjusted to give effect
old no par share,
Adjusted for 66 2-3% stock dividend payable
Listed May 241934; low

to 3 new shares exchanged for one
w

Nov. 30 1934.
m

»
«•

Adjusted for 100% stock dl v. paid April 30 1934.
Adjusted for 100% stock div. paid Dec. 311934.
Par value 400 lirei ia ted Sept. 20 1934; replaced

SOOlire par value.
Listed April 41934;

4»

for share.

44

4s

4«

.

;




Mar.
1% July
2% Feb.

20% Mar. 14

71

Sale
3% Sale

5

75

"5?* Aug.

Sale

4?* Sale

Adjusted for 25% stock div. paid June 11934.
Listed under this name Aug. 9 1934; replacing
no par stock.
Former name, American Beet
Sugar Oo.
From low through first classification, loan 75%
of current.
From last classification and
of current.

3
*

above, loan 55%

Feb
5
Mar. 18
Jan.
4

90
10
29

16?* Mar. 13
Jan.
3
25
Mar. 14
14?* Mar. 28

46"
20

7
19
6
14
29
13

Aug.
26?* Aug.
90
Aug.
12% Aug.
15?* Aug.
2% Aug.
14% Aug.
2% Aug.

20
24
26
1
15
19
7
21

46?!

Jan. 12
6% Mar. 15

13% Mar. 22
1?* Mar. 15
6

1

Jan. 11
Mar. 14
Feb.
5
Apr.
3

34
3%
25%
58
51
11?*

Feb.
7
Apr.
2
Jan. 15
Mar. 12

25?!

Mar. 13

20
Apr.
4
35% Mar. 13
73?* Mar. 13

17?* Apr.
2?! June
31% May

i«

1% May
2% June

California Stock

Chicago Stock

I'

Colorado Springs
Denver Stock

Stock

Detroit Stock
Los Angeles Stock
Los Angeles Curb

stock

**
«•

Listed June

1 1934; replaced Socony-Vacuum
Corp. $25 stock share for share.
The National Securities Exchanges on which
low prices since July 1 1933 were made (designated
by superior figure) In tables), are as follows:

3*

New Orleans Stock

3t

Philadelphia Stock
Pittsburgh Stock

43

Listed

Sept.

13

*

no

par

New York Stock

*

1934; replaced

New York Ourb

33

*3
*4
**
>3

Minneapolis-St. Paul

Richmond Stock
St. Louis Stock
Salt Lake City Stock
San Francisco Stock

»New York Produce

37

4

V

San Francisco Ourb

3s

San Francisco Mining
Seattle Stock

.

3

7

New York Real Estate
Baltimore Stock
Boston Stock
Buffalo Stock

,

3*

Aug. 23

9
6

8

51% Aug. 12

28?!

Aug. 13
67% Aug. 26
19
Aug. 17

19% Aug. 22
36 H July

23% Jan.
27% July
40
Aug.
26?* Aug.
90
Aug.
18% Jan.
24% Jan.
2% July
15?* July
2% Jan.

24
3
18
20

24
26

3
9

29
27
8
35?| May 27
7
51 «-*

Jan.

2

Jan.

3

Feb. 28
June 18
Jan.
7

July
July
Apr.
Apr.

17
18
24
26

25?* Aug. 22
6% Aug. 29
76
Aug. 28

35% Aug. 12
28?! Aug. 19

Chicago Curb
Cincinnati Stock
Cleveland Stock

is

9

Aug. 12

75?! July 24

11

14

July

Mar. 18
Mar. 15

18
13

Chicago Board of Trade

13

3

Aug. 23

83
77
87

38% Apr. 11

1*

*s

4 1934; replaced no par stock share

Mar. 27

18

32% Mar. 18

share for share.

47

>
.

replaced no par stock share

24%

34% Sale
26% Sale

3H

Listed April
for share.

7?!

5?* Aug. 21
4% Aug. 31

76
24

Sale

Ex-dividend.

22% Aug.
82
Aug.
10% Aug.
13% Aug.
2
Aug.
10?* Aug.
2
Aug.

1% July
45

76% Aug. 10
July 29
17 120
Aug. 14
2 114
8
2% Jan.
8
% Jan.
8
1
9% Jan.
7
15
30 14?* Aug. 14
3?! Jan. 7
19
7% Jan.
7
26

18

3% Aug.
1
3% Aug. 19

34

49%
76%

6

y

% May
Mar.

5?|

25?* Aug. 22
6% Aug. 29
76
Aug. 28
35% Aug, 12
28% Aug. 19
75% Aug. 24

42%

30%

72

41

95
Jan.
1% June

51% Aug. 12
28% Aug. 13
67% Aug. 26
119
Aug. 17
19% Aug. 22
35% Aug. 2
22?| Aug. 3

6

Sale Prices

Mar. 14

36

104% Jan.

13
14
22
15

23?* Aug.
2
3% Aug. 20
56
Aug. 12
31?* Aug. 8
24% Aug. 2
69
Aug. 7

40

47?!

Sale
31% Sale

No par ralue.
Deferred delivery,

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

60% Aug, 27
Aug. 27
Aug. 8
Aug. 7
Aug.
2
Aug. 29

4?* Sale

Oash sales.

39% Mar.

Aug."27
9?*
14?*
2%
5%

61?* Sale
17?*
17

28,170
31,600
*

12
23
10
1
14

70% Aug. 9
63% Aug. 13
20
Aug; 21
44% Aug. 12
34% Aug. 12
51?* Aug. 19
79
Aug. 1

7% preferred..........100
6,160
146,600 Young Spring Ac Wire .....
361,700 Youngst'n 8ta At Tube....
5H% preferred........ 100
14,100

a

29

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

""5% Aug.""2

8,300
168,100
1,470
16,700
85,200
2,800

r

77

12

24

26?* Sale
73?* Sale

82% Aug. 12

66%Aug."2i

67

25
33,900 Yale Ac Towne Mfg Co
290,500 Yel Trk At Gch class B...10

60

1?* Aug . 15
Aug. 23

45

Sale

5% Sale

5?* Sale

•

-

cum

16
20

"35" Aug".

Sale

Wllcos-Rlch Corp class A...*
Wilson Ac Co...............*

$4

7

Sale Prices
1
Jan.
5
30% Jan. 15
72
Jan. 29
34
Mar. 6

'

10?*

2?*

2%

Wilcox Oil At Gas...........8

"A"

3
% Aug.
7% Aug. 28
9
12% Aug.
1?* Aug. 5
3?| Aug. 1

Sale

2%
2?*
4?* Sale

20
40
24

22
35

4% non cum pref......l00
Wheellnf Steel Corp.......*
White Motor....

Sale

5

,

Westvaco Chlorine Prod.... •

White

Sale

15
27
26

28 87
64
Aug. 28 76%
119
Aug.
1 120
112% Aug.' 26 114

41?* Aug.
25
Aug.
62
Aug.
111
115
111
114?* 114
Aug.
17% Sale
16?* Aug.
17?* Sale
35
35
35?* 33%
31% Aug.
19?* Sale
W4- 20 >; 18?* Aug .

845 Wheel's Ac Lake Erie Ry ColOO

11,900
5,100
47,500
10,100
4,000
10,900
3,800

Sale

w*
65

8

10

Highest
Sale Prices

1?* Aug.
-u
39% Aug.
Aug.
67
Aug.
78
Aug.

1%
Sale

"""?*

%
ji
8% Sale

Class Bvt e........... III*

Western Pacific......... .100
Preferred............ .100

25,800

d"

—

Western Maryland...... .100
Second preferred...... .100

76,000

#

1%

Sale

Highest

Lowest

Lowest

Ask

80
81
80?* Sale
70
70?* 68%
80 ?|
82
81
Sale
Sale
70
69 % Sale
119
120
119
Sale
113
114
113?*

preferred— —*

Woot Ponn Pow

Ask Bid

Bid
1H

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

Aug .311935

4,730
260,200
35,500
13,120
16,760
12,180
7,500
9,600
3,500
15,700
133,300
13,200

56,300
2,600
1,040
1,590
1,810

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

PRICES IN AUGUST

om
Lowfrc

STOCKS

Since
Jan, 1

,

August

43

N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE—STOCKS

Sept., 1935]

>•

Spokane Stock

*1

Washington (D. O.)

Stock

5?* Aug. 21
4% Jan. 10

RANGE OF PRICES ON NEW
1935

Stock Sales

August
Jan. 1 to

1935

I

1934

10,164,873
40,100,666

....Shares.
Aug. 31...

VORK CURB EXCHANGE

August
Jap. 1 to Aug. 31..

3,251,922
46,766,303

NOTICE.—Deferred lallvery, aider the rale Aad oasa iiles, are llvejarded ia tie a litn'e rane, u ileee
outeldeof the regular naoathly raa?e are ahowa la a footaote la the math la which they occur.
No aocouat

AGGREGATE
In
;■

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

August
8hares

July 1

Aug. 311935

275

34,200
2,000
31,100
11,000
3,300
7,700
1,4x0
9,190

100
^

400

•

2,500
475

470

550

;

5,070

^

1,966

300

2,960

Sale
Sale

Allied Internat Investing...*

%
18%
62%

•

Preferred....!.........lit

Sale
Sale
Sale

99

60

Sale

13 %

Sale

Sale

660

2,700

500

2,906
50

100

Book Co

725

%

...100

Sale
69 %
%

%

Corp com cl A*
Common class B........._*
S3 preferred.......
$5.50 prior preferred......*

475

2,656

850

6,592
603,200
37,450
4,250
23,700
210,400
6,000
1,600
64,100

14,356

200

400

1,700
499,200
5,200
31,600

6,400
874,409
r
30,000
64,870

12,366
506

900

Mar.

1
27
27
16
22

30% Aug. 21

71

69

1% Aug.
68
Aug.
% Aug.
2
Aug.
% Aug.
21
Aug.

16
21
5
12
5

14

4

Mar. 23

Feb.
5
Mar. 18

Jan.

7

21

Aug. 27

23

Jan.

21

Apr. 22
41% Jan. 15

Jan.

3
10
10

Feb.

37

Jan.

July
July

4
9

*'

Feb.

9

Aug. 26
Feb.
5

Mar. 25

May 20

1

Aug.
3
% Aug.
1
19% Aug.
5
65
Aug. 10
101
Aug.
9
13% Aug. 12

Mar.

July
8
Aug. 26

May
Aug.
Aug.

Jan.

Aug.

12

Mar. 19
Mar. 27

Aug.

9% Feb. 26

Aug.
Mar.

6
17
Mar. 13
50% Apr.
4
2% Jan. 15

3
20
5
10
9
12
5

May 16

July

30

Apr.

12

10

Mar. 30

3
2% Aug.
5
69
Aug.
Aug.
5
2)
Aug. 20
Aug. 15
22'
Aug. 23

1% Feb. 16
57
Jan.-22

July 26
May 22

29

Apr.

June 12

Feb.

5

Apr.

12

Jan.

29

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July

20
15
23
16

Aug.

2

May
1
July 16

Power 9c Lt Corp

Conv class A..
Class B

44%
3%

Sale
Sale

42%
44%
4% Sale

42

46

22

.......25
1

Sale

21

22

22

21% Sale

Common class B..........*

24% Sale

Aug. 27
3% Aug.
1
Aug.
1
20% Aug.
1

Aug.
2
5% Aug. 17
Aug.
1
24% Aug. 29

100

Preferred....

2%
%

2%
4%

3%
Sale

Sale

Sale

2% Aug.
3
Aug.

1

1
% Aug.
Aug. 9
9
30% Aug.
30% Aug. 28
103% Aug. 28
12
1
Aug.

31

7% 1st pref. ser B.......50
6%
st pref series D.....50
American Gas 9c Blec com...*
Preferred..;
...*
Amer Hard Rubber Co com_50
Amer Laund Macb com
20
Amer Light A l'rac com....25
4% preferred
,.25
Amer Mfg Co common
.104
American Maracalbo...
1
American Meter Co. , .......*
Amer Pneumatic Service
..*
Amer Potash 9c Chem Corp..*
American Superpower._._..*
1st preferred.............*
Preferred
..*
Amer Thread preferred.. .J
Amsterdam Trading Am shs
....

Sale
Sale

3

1

31%

Sale

12

Sale
Sale

16%
12%

Sale
Sale

106

...

%

15

Sale
Sale

17" Sale'
1%
64]
19]
4%

Sale
66
Sale

34% Sale
106% Sale
Sale

22

18%

18%
Sale

14

%

Sale

16%

Sale

*29"" Sale"
2%
65

Sale

70

24%
4%

Sale

1
16% Aug.
2
11% Aug.
23
Aug. 23
8
4% Aug.
1
% Aug.
9
13% Aug.
1% Aug. 12
1
17
Aug.
1 % Aug.
1
65% Aug, 26
1
19% Aug.
1
4% Aug.
_

2% Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
38
Aug.
37
Aug.
39% Aug.
107% Aug.
22
Aug.
18% Aug.
16% Aug.
26
Aug.
6% Aug.
% Aug.
16% Aug.
1% Aug.
29
Aug.
3% Aug.
76% Aug.
37
Aug.
4% Aug.

J

14
12
19
28
26
10
5
31
26
12
17

27
17
17
12
28
17
17
13
20

5% Aug. 17
22

Mar.

15

irA

Jan.

Apr.

"18

Feb.

5%
%

Mar.

Mar.
13% Jan.
13% Jan.
16% Feb.
_

38
37

39%
.07%

80% Feb.
4% Apr.
12%
7%
17%
3%
%

22

18%
16%

Mar.
Mar.
Feb.

26
8

Apr.

Mar.

8

Mar.

1

Jan.

12% Apr.
% Mar.
44

Feb.

21

7% Mar. 12

%.

*

4%

%

5%

5%

5

7%

15% Aug.
6
5% Aug. 30
5% Aug.
7

%

9

9

Aug.
1
Aug. 29
Mar.

1

Apr. 16
Aug. 14
Aug. 12
Aug. 19
Aug. 28
Aug. 26
Aug. 10
Aug.
5
Aug. 31
Aug. 26
Aug. 12
Aug. 17
Feb.

25

% May 25
16% Aug. 17
1% Aug. 12
29
Aug. 28
3% Aug. 17
76% Aug. 17
37
Aug. 13
4% Aug. 20
15% May 27

% Mar. 19

&)May 13

14% May 15
4
May
2
4% Apr. 24

15% Aug.
6
6% July 23
7% May 23

% Aug. 15

% Aug. 23

%

Jan.

11% Jan.

Sale

4

:

46

Mar.
% Mar.
20% Apr.

76
Ill

Amer Dist Tel N J common..*

8,400 Anchor Post Fence com

500

2%

2%

Amer Capital

3,200 American Equities Co
._*
24,000 Amer 9c Porelgn Power warr_.
54,700 Amer Pounders Corp.. .....1

1,100
9,100
17,800

1

18

June 14
Jan. 21

5
2%
68

....1

400 Amer Cyanamld com cl A_._*

551,506
56

13
22

Series D warrants.........
American

Feb.

26

.

Series C warrants.........

Amer Beverage Corp

Amer Cities

23,175
165,600

\ %«"Aug".

3

Aug. 28

27

900 Amer British A Contr Corp.*

9,400

26

3

Prices

] Mar. 28
Aug. 27
July 10

7% Mar.

8,900 Aluminum Ltd
•
2,730
4% preferred...........100

80

1

% Aug.
Aug.
% Aug.
17% Aug.
56% Aug.
96
Aug.
12% Aug.
1

Aluminum Goods Mfg......*
700 Aluminum Industries com..*

11,360

?

18

Feb.
21

6,406

200
1,100
7,900

250

713*
63 &

8
13
26
23
27
29
9

6
13
10
7
10
12
20
1

com

25,410

57

9,400
5,925

"35% Sale"

Aluminum Co common.....*

99

900

7%
34%

iSM

16

S6preferred.. —....

71,800

3,800

90,700
4,575
2,150
4,400
62,500

32
1

•

303,100 Allied Mills lnc

""906

99,600

6%

Ala Gt Sou RR ordinary...5#

7% preferred

1

Highest

July
Aug.
7
Aug.
40
Aug.
1
Aug.
17
Aug.
Aug.
37% Aug.
74
Aug.
68% Aug.

2% Aug.
7
Aug.
34
Aug.
1 % Aug.
16% Aug.
% Aug.
34% Aug.
71% Aug.
63
Aug,

Warrants

*
....5

Jan.

109% Aug. 15 110% Aug. 15
2%

2

Agfa Anaco Corp com
..1
Alnswortb Mfg Corp com...*
Air Investors Inc common..*
Convertible preferred...,*

Ala Power Co »7 prei....

Lowest
Sale Prices

"25" "Aug." 27 "25"" Au"g"."27

---*

Class B

Highest
Sale Prices

2% Feb. 28

•

600 Alliance Investment com...*

100

2,825
65,200

Ask

20

-

1,100 Algoma Consol Corp

""300

35,500
6,750
2,950
1,100

Lowest

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

1

Ask Bid

1,825 Adams MUlis 7% 1st pf
100
1,606 Aero Supply Mfg class A....*

"4,166
6,100
1,600

Acme Wire Co * t c

Aug.
Bid

Par

.

2,860

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1933

to

Shares
STOCKS
600 Acetol Products. Inc. A

*200

$60,663,000
743,061,000

they are the oaly tranaotloas of the moath, and when sellln
Is takea of such sales la computing the raage for the year.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

SALES

Since
Jan. 1

....

1934

$102,170,000
826,681,000

Andlo-Iranian Oil Co Ltd—

500

2,300
300
640

7,400
20.300

116,000
42,400
140

10,500

1,300
Am dep rets ord reg
.£1
48,800 Angostura Wupperman
1
900 Apex Elec Mfg Co common..*
Appalachian Elec Power—
4,160
7% preferred.............*
16,706 A returns Radio Tube_.....l
34,606 Arkansas Nat Gas com
*
182,400
Class A
•
81,572
Preferred
...10
760 Arkansas P Jt L $7 pref....*
60,666 Art Metal Works common.-.5

5%
5

6
5%

"57]
% Sale
1% Sale
1% Sale
5
;
Sale

100
101% Sale
M a M
, H
2% Sale
1%
1%
2% Sale
Sale
6
4%
75

"7% Sale' ~"8% Sale"

3 7

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

15% Aug.
5% Aug.
6% Aug.

6
2

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

29
15
17
19
9
30
31

9% Aug.
2
Aug.
2% Aug.
10% Aug.
332 Aug.
% Aug.
2
Aug.
24% Aug.

14
17
17
19
19
5
19
13

6 102%
%
1
2%
1
2%
1
7
27
19 79
8%
3

7

Jan.

21 102% Aug. 29
% Aug. 15

Mar. 21
Mar. 21

Feb. 28
Mar. 15
Jan.

30
Mar. 14

2% Aug. 17
2% Aug. 19
7
Aug.
9
79
Aug. 30
8% Aug. 31

Associated Elec Industrlee—

1,900
15,600
102,200
12,000
100,800
100

44,300

131,700
l00 Assoc Laundries of Amer

75

2,650
Common new
49,700 Atlantic Coast Fisheries..

10,200

465 Atlantic Coast Line Co

370

825

9

Sale

8%
8%
1% Sale
1% Sale

Sale

5

Sale
it

3

Sale

% Sale

i% ~"i% "T% ~"2*"

200 Assoc Telep Co $1.50 pref...*
10 Associates Invest Co
._..*

"2",650

1,800

8%

*

3,600 Associated Rayon Corp com.*

1,100

193,600
4,600
43,300
1,200
9,000
1,350

American deposit rects..fl
Gas 9c Elec com ......1
Class A
1
$5 preferred..............*
Warrants

26,066 Assoc
196,500
15,900

665,906
24,700

\tlas Corp

com..........*

$3preferred A.^

•

159,666

Warrants
!
8,600 Atlas Plywood Corp........*

50,866

Auto Voting Machine com..*
6,625 Aston Fisher Tob class A..It

n

13,750 Babcock 9c Wlloox Co
13,800 Baldwin Locomotive warr

10

For footnote*




800 Baumann (L) 9c Co
aee page

56*

33

*
*

5

Sale

6%

Sale
;

7

..50

*

pref..100

"11% Sale"
53

3%
4%
8%
53%
47%

Sale
Sale

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

12% "Sale
53% Sale
4

Sale

4%
9%

4%
Sale

8% Aug. 22
% Aug.
% Aug.
3
Aug.
'32 Aug.
% Aug.
1% Aug.
24% Aug. 13
30

4%
26%
10%
52%
3%

Aug. 16
Aug.
2
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

4% Aug.
8
Aug.
52% Aug.
45
Aug. 27
% Aug.
9
42
Aug.
9

Feb.

%

1% Feb.
'32 June
% Aug.
1% Mar.
22
Apr.
145
July

36% Aug. 24
7% Aug. 21

30

24
17
16
17
6

18

Aug.
13% Aug.
54
Aug.
4% Aug.
5
Aug.
Aug.
10]
55]
Aug.

30

22
8

Aug.

4% June
Mar.

7% Mar.
Apr.
1% Mar.
3% Mar.

47

5

Jan.

43% May
Mar.

47]

Aug.)! 1

28

42

Aug.
Aug.

% Feb.
15
May

3
9

9% Aug.
2
Aug.
2% Aug.
10% Aug.

14
17
17
19
3J2 Aug. 19
;
5
% Aug.
7
2% Jan.
24% Aug. 13
145
July 27
36% Aug. 24

ir

Jan.

5

Jan.

10

Aug. 17
July 18
4% Aug. 17
7
6% Jan.
10% Aug. 22
60

Feb.

1

49% June 18

J*

Jan.

Aug.

MEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

August

Shares

to

25

200
V

250
900

100
,

•

14,900
14,000
5,600
4,300
200

30

"""200
600

36,700

Aug.

1

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Par

101,600 Bellanca Aircraft ▼ t c www***V
1,325 Ball Telap Co of Canada..1M
1,600 Benton & Hedges com......*
Convertible preferred....*
1,850
5,600 Blckford'a Inc com.........*
600
12.51 Con* pref
•
50,700 Bliss (E W) Ac Co common...*
48,400 Blue Ridge Corp com.._....l
30,600
Opt *% Con* pref.....*..*
22,400 Blumenthal (8) Ac Co com...*
1,325 Bohack (H C) Co common
*
110
7% 1st preferred.......100
1,250 Borne Scrymser Co
..25
400 Botany Consol llllls com
*
......-•
4,450 Bourjois Inc...
135,500 Bower Roller Bearing.

13,900

I

Aug. 311935
STOCKS (Continued)

1

July 1 1933

Jan. 1

Shares

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

SALES

AGGREGATE

U

NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE

Sept., 1935]

Sale

4X

Sale Prices
4
Aug. 13

4%

130

"in "in

4

9%

11% "12"

12

33%

"8% Sale
2%
43

8

Sale

1%

Sale

41

8%
8
45

8%
10

6%

6

75
7

"M,

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

41

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

5%
19 130
4
26
9%
14
12%
20 33%
9%
27
2%
28
29
5
13

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

23
19
26

IX Apr.
5%
May 25 132
4
1% Feb. 18
5
Mar. 12 10

123

Feb.

12
20
8
12
13
5
27
27

Apr.

Mar. 20
Mar. 15
Jan. 15

% Aug. 19
3% Aug.
2
26% Aug.
6

% Aug." 19
4
Aug. 16
31% Aug. 19

11

31
31
15
11
31

2% Aug. 12
May 23
10% July 23

46

June 28

15
Feb.
2
July 25

11

65

6

June 18
Jan.

July
July
14
May
35
May
9% July

Aug. 13
Mar.

Sale

_

12

Mar. 18

•

____

4

Sale

is

Highest
Sale Prices

Lowest

Ask

Jan.

7

June 12
Mar. 29

% Jan.
5
4% Feb. 19
31% Aug. 19

13
31
1
20
~~
28
26

1% Jan. 17
7% Aug. 28
3% Jan.
2
1
Jan.
7
% Mar. 18
6% Apr.
1
25
Jan. 16

3
Jan. 26
10% Jan.
5
9% May 17
1% May 20
1 % Aug. 20
7
May 17
28
Aug. 26

16% Aug. 13

14% Mar. 22

16% June 20

% May 15
3
16

Bowman BUtmore Hotels—

17,300
6,800

630
7% 1st preferred....... 100
*
32,900 Brasillan Tr Lt fc Pr ord
68,900 Bridgeport Machine com....*
5,200 Brill Corp class A
*

i

600
100

;!A: 1,900

ass

B

......

6,200 Brillo Mfg Co comaeon.__._.*
Class A........
1,750

900

1,250

8%
8%
7%
8%
1% Sale
%
X
6 % Sale

>:

7 X Sale
9% Sale
IX
IX
X
IX
6%
7

7% Aug.
Aug.
1% Aug.
1% Aug.
6% Aug.
25
Aug.
<7

.....

28
15
6
20
29
21

9

9%
1 %
1 %
6%
28

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
_

British-American Oil Co.....

200

15X
14%

15%
15%

16

16%

28%
28%

29%
29X

29% Aug. 28

30%

Sale
31%

3%

3%

7
6%
40 %
23

7%
7
Sale

Coupon stock (bearer)...

100

16

Registered

3,300

152*

,

1,400

British Amer Tobacco, Ltd—
Amer dep rets ord bear. £1
17,400
Amer dep rets ord reg_._£l
1,700

1,700

11,200

31

16%

Aug. 23

June 22

16
31

Aug.

1

June 22

16

31% Jan. ;■ 3
29% July 24

Apr.
26% Apr.
27

British Celanese Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg...l0s
325 British Col Power class A__*

""766

3,075 Brown Co k% pref

16,700 Brown Forman Distillery...1
6,400 Buckeye Pipe Line........50
50,600 Buff Nlag A Bast Pow pref.25
15 1st preferred..........*
9,700
Bulova

Co

Watch

200

'""500
1,300
10,900

78,100 Butler Bros..

200

98

,

21,900

9
Aug. 31
6%
Aug.
6
42
Aug.
1
Aug. 26 23%
Aug. 20 100

6%
40%
22%
98%

h#

1%

2%

3% Aug. 12

,

%

32

47%

45

Aug. 13
42% Aug.
1
1% Aug. 21

Sale

IX

1%

2H

2X
2%
6% Sale

Sale

6

•

* t c

38

Sale"

43

..10

Cable Elec Prod

Sale

Sale

100

Sale

Aug.
3
Aug. 13
Aug.
7
Aug.
1
Aug.
1

5
,

June 25

4

Mar.

2

25% Mar. 29
9
Aug. 3
9% Jan. 16
42
Aug.
7
23% July 24
100% July
3

Apr.

5% June
30% Jan.
14% Jan.
69% Jan.

Inc—

•3.50 con* pref...........*
2,900
10
51,325 Bunker Hill A Sullivan
*
2,600 Burco Inc common
$3 con* preferred.......*
1,000
Warrants.................
1,400
7,100 Burma Corp. Amer dep rets.

500

4,950

Aug. 27

5

21% July

....100

900

1,150
4,400
1,350

3

3%
5

V;'%

2

X

IX

4&

% Aug.

%

1%

Aug. 20
2% Aug.
7
5% Aug.
2

5

39

Aug. 28
47% Aug. 27
2
Aug. 21
% Aug. 27
2% Aug.
9
7
Aug. 12

% Aug.

9

24% Mar. 2
30
Mar. 12
% Feb.
5
20
Feb. 27
% Jan. 30
1% Mar. 7
5X Aug.
2

9

% Aug.

9

39
Aug. 28
49% Apr. 30
2
Aug. 21
25
Apr. 12

% Aug. 27
9

2% Aug.
7% Jan.
1

Jan.

2
8

Cables A Wireless—

3.400

Am dep rets A ord sh
Am dep rets B ord sh..

18,000
16,500
7,900

4,100
900

Am dep rets

£1

%

£1
£1

pref sh.

Sale

5

1% Aug.
8
%6 Aug.
6
Aug. 21
Aug. 16

% Aug.
3
5
Aug.
1
23% Aug. 19

*

50
6% 1st preferred.......100
28,000 Can Indus Alcohol d A.... *
B non-*oting
......*
6,700
127,600 Canadian Marconi Co......l

'

1,900
900

17,600
19,200

7,700 Carnation Co

"l% Sale
2X

[§""* ~i§%

350 Carolina P A L 97 pref......*
50
SO preferred..............*
159,200 Carrier Corp common......*
200 Castle (A M) & Co
10
279,400 Catalln Corp of Amer.......1

23,300
200

74,700

1,300
10

175

12,300
2,675

2%

9

Aug.

9

27

7% Aug.

9

28

30

2% Aug. 14
"
3% Aug.
6

18% Aug. 27

"l% "1%
Sale

~19% A"ug"."l7

12

18%

19

14X Sale

9% Sale

12% Aug. 31
41% Aug. 12

12% Sale

7% Sale

Celanese Corp of Amer
17,450
7% 1st partic pref
100
5,075
7% prior preferred ......100
7,400 Celluloid Corp com.......15
1st preferred.............*
2,005
97 di* preferred........
1,720
*
39,700 Cent Hud GAB* tc.
9,650 Cent Pow A Lt 7% pref... 100

1,250
1,100

Sale

30

Aug.
Aug.
1% Aug.
2% Aug.

8% Sale

9

*

common

9

8

7

8%

165,900 Cartb Syndicate com .....25c
•
1,700 Carman A Co con* A stk

"""900

a
,

Mar. 21

& May
3% Mar.

1% June 21
June 25

8

7
13

5

June

5

23% Aug. 19
61
Apr. 30

.

7% Aug.

2

"15% "Aug"." "2
41% Aug. 12
9% Aug. 17

2 110
Aug.
6 109%
Aug.
9%
8% Aug. 14
78
78
7
Aug.
27% Aug. 14 30
14
Aug. 27 17%
32% Aug. 23 43%

104

8% Sale

14% Sale
42% Sale

109%
8%

"Sale
9%

14%
15%
34% Sale

107

20

Feb.

61

10,100 Calamba Sugar Estate Co.20
20 Canadian Gen Elec 7% pfd.50
Canadian Hydro Elec Corp

500

1 % Aug. 14

Apr. 30

74
7

Mar.
1
Aug. 27
Jan. 10

79
11

Mar. 13
Mar.
Jan.

2% July 27
4% May
8
8% May 10
19* July 31

6%
1%
1%
6%
17
54%
57
12%
41%
4%

Jan.

Jan.
Feb.
Aug.
Aug.
Apr.

_

10

Jan.

May
May

15
6
6

14

10

60

Feb.

25

66
19 y
41

May 28

31
12

9%

Aug. 17
90
May
Aug. 30 x97% Mar.
2
8
Aug.
Apr.
7
Aug.
69% May
Aug. 22
25
May
3
Aug.
x8% Mar.
1
Aug.
20% Jan.

110

Feb.

18

Aug. 12

Aug 17
Fob.

23

109% Aug. 30
15

Jan.

10

July

15

Jan.

26

Aug.

Aug.

3
X

Cent A Southwest Util—

Common.........
......1
54,000
1
213,100 Central States Elec com
14,775
7% preferred
.....100
0% pref without warr_.100
17,250
Con* preferred.
100
3,050
Con* pref opt eer 1020.. 100
4,775
26,500 Centrifugal Pipe Corp......*
15,600 Charts Corp com...........*
25 Cheriy-Burrell Corp com...*
3,450 Chesebrough Mfg.........25

52,000
143,500
10,175
11,100
2,075
2,050
8,300
4,200

"""loo
1,500
3,130
6,200

175,100
37,400
2,800
290

1,800
900

2,500

T.800
3,500
10,100

V

275 Clinchfleld Coal

4,250

8,325

Sale

366 Cockshutt Plow

Co

Sale

137

143

X Sale
28% Sale
18% Sale
1% Sale
17% Sale

17%
135% 139

1
1

Aug.
5
1
Aug.
7
8
Aug.
6
3
Aug.
4% Aug. 10
17% Aug. 16
140

Aug.

2

19

2

17

21

15

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
14% Aug.
18
Aug.
14
Aug.
5% Aug.
18% Aug.

Aug.

2 140
%
25%
19%
2%
27%
3%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

22

17
14
30

%A% Mar. 14
% Mar. 6

2

Mar. 13
1
1
Mar.
1% Mar. 19

21

% Mar. 13
4% June 11

14

2

22

12% Mar. 22
24% Apr.
2 115" Mar. 29

17%
17%
2% Sale
21% Sale

1
22
15
15
17
13
17

% Jan.
3
16
Apr.
4
12% Jan. 12

Aug.
2
23% Aug.
1
6% Aug. 30

Sale

23

39' Aug. 16
42% Aug. 16
8% Aug.
6

6% Mar. 5
7% Mar. 27
3% Jan. 16

%, Aug. 10
40% Aug.
3
14% Aug. 28

46% Aug. 15

% Aug. 13
8
Aug. 20

% Aug. 30
8% Aug. 20

%
18%
17%
1%
15%
1%
16%

Aug.
8
Aug.
2
Aug.
9
Aug.
1
Aug. 26
Aug.
7
Aug.
3

20

22% Sale
23% Sale
7% Sale

23

% Mar. 14
6% Mar. 6
% Mar. 18
6
Mar.
5

40%
17%

Sale
Sale

41^ 44^
14%

15

_.

Aug.

17% Aug.

8

% Sale

X Sale

*

Sale"

75,900 Colon OH Corp common
*
14,775 Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg25
Columbia Gas A Elec Corp—
113,025
5% Con* preferred
.100

18

1% Apr. 26
30
Jan.
7
19% July 18
2% Aug. 15
27% Aug. 17
3% Aug. 13
23
Aug. 17

8

Aug. 16
Aug. 16
Aug.
6

39
42

May
9
Aug. 15

18

May 18
May 15

2

„

Aug.

7

39 j.

Aug. 24

Aug.

1

88

Aug. 17

32

Feb.

20

June 25

% Aug. 30
8% Aug. 20
7
Mar.
4
1 % May

24

80% Sale

68

1% Sale
70%
76

% Aug.
1
70% Aug. 29
80% Aug. 28

70% Aug. 29
Aug. 16

38

86

% Aug.
20% Aug.
% Aug.
2% Aug.
15% Aug.

%
5%
%
1%
12%

13%

39

Aug. 24

Mar. 14

Sale

% Sale

69

10

11

Jan.

% Aug. 14

1

Apr.
Feb.

Apr. 26

33

%

34% Sale

157*

20

Aug. 22

4

1

5

Feb.

lijf

46

8
Aug. 20
5% Mar. 28
% June
7
25
1 Jan.
3

Aug.

i!"

Aug. 19
Aug. 17
Aug. 15
Aug. 22
Aug. 17
Aug. 14

Apr. 26

I

*

com

2

X, Mar. 27
23% Jan.
3

4

"'"% '""%

*

com

500 Cohn A Rosenberger

Sale

4% Sale

3

100

com

5,400 Club Aluminum Utensil com
■.

Sale"
Sale

32,600 Chicago Rivet A Machine...
•
1,056,000 Cities Service common
Prefer rod.....
101,400
Preferred B...
9,400
...-•
Preferred BB.
1,650

5,500 Cities 8er* Fr A Lt S4 pref..*
2,450
07 preferred
•
11,200 City Auto Stamping Co
•
300 City A Suburban Homes ColO
16,000 Claude Neon Lights com....l
29,600 Cleveland Elec Ilium com...*
131,400 Cleveland Tractor com.....*

9

Sale

18

% Aug.
% Aug.

Sale

Sale

5

16,400 Chief Consol Mining C0....I
15,210 Childs Co preferred
100

4.400
300

*7,7O6

Sale

% Sale
9

88

Aug. 17

Columbia Oil A Gasoline—

37,100
50

11,800
110,000
5,250
2,800
40,300
2,600

93,500
Vot trust ctfs
1,100 Columbia Pictures Corp
106,683 Commonwealth Edison... 100
1
Commonwealth A Sou Corp—
317,900
Warrants..
11,450 Community P A L 1st pref..*

70

83

2%
15% Sale

13%

13%

% Aug.
1
12
Aug.
1
% Aug.
7
1% Aug.
9
13% Aug. 30

'12% Sale"

12%

"Sale"

12% Aug. 27

....

12

11,100 Community Water Serv .....1

333,500 ComoMines...
_._.i
36,600 CompoShoeMachlner*..
1
50 Conn Gas A Coke Sec 93 pf. *

78

81% Sale

-

gale

% Sale

Sale

Sal*

"""%
2

Sale

1 % Aug. 31

13
13
15
16
1

156,100 Consolidated Aircraft com..l

Jan.

18

47% Jan.

2

46

_

40",600

% Mar. 30

Aug." 16

7

Jan.
Jan.
May
July
Apr.
July
June

2
15
4
26
26
8
11

1% Aug. 31
70% Aug. 29
86
Aug. 16

% Aug. 13
20% Aug. 13
1

June

6

2% Apr. 26
18% Mar. 31
46
July
8
13% Aug. 10

Consol Automatic

100

mi 00
11,300

900

Merchandising

400
93.50 preferred..*........*
364,300 Consol Copper Mines.......5
122,900 Con Gas B L A P Bait com..*

190

990 Consol Mln A Smelt Ltd...25

3,700

15,600 Cons Retail Stores Inc com 5
560
8% pref w w
.......100
4,800 Consol Royalty Oil....... 10
8,725 Cont'lG AE7%prpref. .,.190

70

900

1,775

400 Continental OH of Mexico.. 1

"i',766
4,400
1,300
600

45,000

2,400
17,600
9,600
1,800
128,500

Continental Secur oomoton.*
Cooper Bessemer Corp com..
93 preferred A
Copper Range Co.....*....*
t^»rd Corp............. '
8

For ftmwtii Mt fit 56




.....

Aug. 16

Aug. 16

v t c

3% Sale
83
84%
165

2%

3% Sale
80%
81%

171

164

3

3

174
Sale

"'1% Sale"
71%
X

74%
X

4%

"~4
23

4%
24%

"3% "Sale"

7&

3

Aug.
78
Aug.
164% Aug.
2% Aug.
60
Aug.
1% Aug.
73
Aug.

"3% Aug."

5% Sale

4

Sale

23

25

"4% "Sale"

Aug.
Aug.
3% Aug.
3% Aug.

4;
893
171%
3%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

% auI:
84

,

Aug.

4% Aug.
5% Aug,
27
4ug,
4

Aug.
4% Aug.

Jan.
Jan.
1
Jan,
52% Jan.
134% Feb,
June
2
34% Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.

>

Apr.
3% Apr.
16% Jan.
July

2%

4
17
11
2
89%
13 182
25
3%
28 65
2
26
12 84
7

5
5
15

5

Mar. 15

Jan.
Jan.
June

Aug. 10
May 22
Feb. 15

Aug. 28

May
Aug.
May
Aug.
5% Aug.
June
27

48

4
17
5

7
10
21
26
19
21

Jan.
7
4
4% Aug. 22

46

NEW

YORK

EXCHANGE

CURB

25si

AGGREGATE

NEW TORE

CURB EXCHANGES

In

Since

August

Jan. 1

8hares

Shares

STOCKS (Continued)

26,500
7,500

100
200

2,200
102,058
1,400
502,200
123,600
103,300

Par
Clorroon Ac Reynolds.... ...1
66 Con* pref A
•
Cosden Oil Co com....
1
Preferred
100

7,100

23,900
2,900

300

58,900
19,600
14,400

900

3 *4

'

500

800
:

"9", 700
3,200

1

:;-

,

-11

■

43

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31
Ask

3X
3X
39*4 Sale
X
X
1
2*4

3 X Aug.
8
39*4 Aug. 31
X Aug.
6
IX Aug. 28

14

Cramp (Win) & Sons Ship &
Engine BIdg Corp
100
Crane Co com.............25

n'

•"

3X Aug,
1
43
Aug.
9
Xt Aug. 15
IX Aug. U

Highest '
Sale Prices

1*4 Mar. 20
22

Mar.

4

8

43

X June 27

% July

July 1
Aug.
*4 Jan.

17 X

Sale

15 X

Sale

Preferred..............100
Creole Petroleum

17" Sale"

...0

com

Crocker Wheeler Blec Mfg..*

1
*
1

Aug.

14

8

Aug.

8

2

24

Feb.

1

11*4 Mar. 18

14*4 July

10

*4 Mar.

X Aug
17*4 July

2
31

•

8*4 Sale
%
16

21

11

IX
30 X

........

183#'Sale"
^
a

X Sale

X Aug.
2
*4 Aug.
2
15
Aug. 22
17*4 Aug. M
114*4 Aug.
2 115*4 Aug.
9
15X Aug. 23
18*4 Aug. 24
8
Aug. 28
9*4 Aug. 23
X Aug.
2
X Aug.
3

7

%
11*4
.2
34

"~X ~"x
11

3*4
30X

Sale
10
32

X Aug.

7
10*4 Aug. 16
IX Aug. 13
30X Aug. 29

Mar.

87

Feb.

10

Mar.

4

Mar.

X Aug." 9
11X Aug. 26
5
Aug. 26
32*4 Aug. 14

,

,

"lX Sale"

5

5X
12X

~1XAug." 29

1~X

30

2

1

3

24 Jan.
3
11*4 July 17
5
Aug. 26

Feb.
'Feb.

34

Mar. 18

104 X June 19

1*4 Aug.

;

*4 Jan.

4*4 May 27

2*4 Jan.

7

IX

IX

"6*4 Sale"
3i

Sale

10*4

Sale"

IX Aug.

6

'6H AUK.TH

"5*4 Sale"

4*4 Mar. 29
.8
June 14
13
Jan.
8
57*4 May 16
*4 Apr. 12

15*4 Apr. 29
57*4 May 16

'1*4 Aug. 22

10

"IX " IX
10*4

5*4 Aug.
1
12*4 Aug. 22

20

5*4 Sale
9X
11

5X Aug. 14
Aug.
6

Aug.,

18*4 Juno 14
July 23

10

May
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
1 *4 July

87

"l*4 Sale"

.16*4 July 30

*4
2*4
X
7*4

10

3

*4

....

57", 400

JAN.

SINCE
,

£1

12,300 Darby Petrol Corp.........5
3,800 Darenoort Hosiery
*
r
De Havlland Aircraft Co—
300
Am dep rets ord reg
£1
25 Dennison Mfg 7% pref
100
8,900 Derby Oil Ac Ref com.......*
25
$4 cum preferred
*
59,200 Detroit Gray Iron Fdry com.*
175 Diamond Shoe Corp........*
33,300 Dictograph Products.......2
38,000 Distilled Liquors Corp
5

500

Sale

8

.......

.

40",100

1

Ask Bid

37

50,800 Crown Cork Internet cl A..*
2,500 Cuban Tobacco com t t c
•
7,500 Cuneo Press com
10
800
6X% preferred
..100
438,200 Cusl Mexicana Mining
50c

7,000
1,200

Aug.

Am den rets for ord stk req

Croft (The) Brewing Co
300 Crowley MUner Ac Co com
25,900 Crown Cent Petrol Corp

~2~ 900

-

Bid

.....

(iourteulds Ltd

8,300

RANGE

to

Aug.311935

5,000
1,100
4,500
1,200

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from
July 1 1933

SALES

19

20

Feb.

May 16
10*4 Jan.
3
2*4 July 13
11
Aug. 27

11

Aug. 30
Apr. 13

ll" "Aug.

3*4 Aug.
1
Aug. 27

6*4 Aug. 12
Aug. 10

12

11X

11X

11

12

22X

23X

22 X
25 X

23 X

Sale

18*4

19

22X Aug. 22
20 X Aug. '3
18>i Aug. 28

23*4 Aug. 14
25*4 Aug. 15
20*4 Aug.
7

Jan.

16

2

""
May 23

2

4

30

Hi

Feb.

6*4 May 27

15

19

Jan.

14

16*4 Apr.

8

7

Distillers Co Ltd—

15,400
Am dep rets ord reg_....£l
761,600 Distillers Corp Sea grams Ltd*
85,300 Doehler Die-Casting
*
100 Dominion Bridge Co........*
1,000 Dominion Steel Ac Coal B..25

1,000
178,000
7,500

Vrl66

•

21X Sale
19*4 Sale

Mar. 22

;~4*4

Aug.

Mar. 14

(W

L)

1

620 Draper Corp

•

10

400

Mar.

12
61

Sale
Sale

18

Sale

101

....

14,000 Driver Harris Co common.. 10
190
7% preferred...........100
8,900 Dublller Cond Corp com
1
6,925 Ouke Power Co
..100

1,700

6

Mar.

7

W:

Co—

Shoe

7% preferred...........100
55,000 Dow Chemical Co com......*

j 240
3,300

5
8
18

4*4 Jan.

100

5,500

Jan;

4 X July

6

500 Dominion Tar & Chem, Ltd *
Douglas

6
25*4 Aug. 15
21
July 19
5
32*4 Jan.
5*4 Feb. 21

May 13
y&Yi.

AX /&g/~6

23 *4 July

_____

55 X

-----

Sale

96

Aug. 29 103
Aug.
Aug. 29 62
Aug.
Aug.
1
20*4 Aug.
100
Aug. 23 100
Aug.
'""*4 "~~*4
X Aug., 27
X Aug.
55X
59X 53*4 Aug. 2 63
Aug.
96

97

a:58

18*4

"19X

,

18

80*4 Mar.
55 f May

13
16
12
23
27
13

13

105*4 July

10

62
Aug. 16
20*4 Aug. 12
100
July
9
1*4 Apr. 29
63
Aug. 13

Apr.

91*4 Mar.
*4 Feb.
37

Mar. 22

16

Jan.

Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd—
500

Am

400 Durham Hosiery cl B com...*

62,500 Duval Texas Sulphur

13,100

V

3 ,400
10,300
2,825
625

13,600
4,800
6,250
6,700

7,600
*

$7 preferred series A.._...*
56 preferred series B
..*

9,850

21,400 Easy Washing Mach class B.*
150 Economy Groc Stores com..*

50
500

4,900
20,600
2,714,400
222,800
61,300
51,000
84,200
5,850
21,200
*/ 39,000
15,000

8,400
1,485,700
42,200
8,600
23,300
45,600
3,750
9,100

11,100
2,750

-

.*

35,000 Eagle Plcher Lead Co
-20
26,500 Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assoc..*
16,350
6% preferred..
.....100
2,975
4M% prior preferred
100
19,625 Eastern States Pr com B
•

,

11*4 Apr. 17
*4 June
3
6*4 July 15

.£1

dep rets ord reg

Edison Bros Stores Inc.....*

Eisler Electric com
*
Electric Bond Ac Share......5
$6 preferred
*
$5 prefer red.
.*
Electric Power Associates...1
Class A.
1
Electric Pow Ac Lt 2d pf A...*
Option warrants
Electric Shareholdings com.l
$6 Conv pref with warr
•

X

1
Sale

X
8

2
Sale
Sale

3X
Sale

648

7*4 Aug. 24

38

Apr.

2

58

Jan.

53*4
64*4
1 *4
18*4
18*4
;-7 '
16*4

JX Aug.

8

Aug.
8
Aug.
4X Aug.
16*4 Aug.
3134 Aug.

<Aug.

33

3*4 Mar. 14

2*4 Mar. 12

14

17

*4 Jan.
5
Apr.

17

4

19

3

15
1

Aug.

..........

.....

12*4 Aug.
1
Aug.
4
Aug.
83 X Aug.

$4 participating pref

4,600 Electrographic Corp

350

!

1,950 Empire Dlst Elec 6% pref.100
8,750 Empire G & F 7% pref
100
5,250
8% preferred
100
2,075
6% preferred...........100
,575 ■ 6*4% preferred..
100
31,400 Empire Pow Corp part etk__*
500 Emsco Derrick & Equip Co.5
396,900 Eqiflty Corp common..
10
1,000 Eureka Pipe Line
100
13,800 European Elec Co of Can A.10
23,500
Option warrants
9,000 Evans WallowerLead
700
7% preferred......
-.100

1,300
550

375

,

16

25

25

Aug.
32*4 Aug.
21
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

;

2
7
1
1
1

39
27

-

303
253

'

25

100
100

,

153,600
200

2,800
4,800
1,000

...

300

75,800

;

26,300

24

ASI: 'I

19

13 X Aug. 14

1X
33*4
6X
X
X
3*4

10*|

87,100 Falrchild Aviation com
1
6,175 Fajardo Sugar.
100
l;:,: 41,900 Falstaff Brewing........... 1
47,006 Fanny Farmer Candy com..l
6,066 Fansteel Products Inc......*
8,700 Fedders Mfg Co class A
•
63,066 Ferro Enamel Corp com....*
7,106 Flat Amer dep rets..........
45,106 Fldello Brewery............1

231,300 Ex-Cell-O Aircraft At Tool..3

1

i

700

11,400

Jan.

:

1,300 Fire Assoc of Phila..

f

210
33,000

13*4
Aug.
1
2*4
Aug. 10 36
Aug.
6
7*4
%
Aug.
1
Aug. 25
%
Aug. 14 "4
Aug J ! 2 16*4
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

23,300
3,950
19,500

112,100
26,650
212,150
2,650

900

;

,

21,700

133,800

20
1
15
30
8
- 8
27
* 9
9

Jan.

6

Jan.

;

14

s 'Jan.

8*4 Mar. 18
7*4 Mar. 26
"8
Mar. 15
Apr.
'June
1*4 Jan.
33*4 May
6*4 Jan.
'
%. July

26
28
31

Feb.

6

9 -

12

1
31
12
\
*4 Apr. 18
3*4 Aug. 14

'

•;

/6

v

*9*4 Mar. 16
21*4 Jan. 10
% Aug.
9

Aug/14

•',;*4"Feb. 26

21,500

3,400

17,900 General Alloys Co..

Co

conv

lvt1
*-«■

pref............15

"Jan.
-'Jan.

19

5*4 July

11

July

3

57
112
67

1634 Aug.-

'

.

11
June 12

31
31
31

12
14
27

16
June ^5
% June
7
*4 May 24
7
May 24
16*4 Aug. 23
9

16
9*4 July 31
5*4 Aug. 26
30
Aug-. 27
6
W* Aug. 26
Aug;
5X July

X Jan.

A

11"

9
26

•

Jan.

Jan.

2
11

Aug. 23
Aug.
6

32*4 Jan.

18

37 X Jan.

2

X Jan. 16
Xt June 19

17*4 Aug. .2

2*4 Jan.

:

p ;

Feb.

Aug..13
Aug. 20

9X Jan.
7
4*4 May
8
*4 Mar. 6
IX Mar. 29

7*4 Mar.

•

7
15

<

17 *4 Aug.

1

13

May
May
May
19*4 July
13*4 Aug.
2*4 Aug.
38
Feb.

w„

7 117

June

2

14*4 Apr. 22

1*4 Aug;

6

1-^*4-'Apr.

-

1*4 Aug

•

r

Feb. 25

Mar. 21

Aug;'26

-!'•»;>*

24

Aug. 16
Aug.
2
Aug. 17
May 31

Mar. 26

'

Aug. 27

Froedtert Grain Ac Malting

4,650

2

^ 1094 Feb. 14

2,800 Ford of France Am dep rets..

17

7 X July • 8
9*4 Apr. 10
71
Jan. -3 105
May
7

IX Mar. 27

9*4 Aug'/10
3*4 Aug. 19
■X Aug." 14

8
11
14
17

1 % Aug. 17
20*4 Aug. 17
78
Aug. 17
69
Aug. 14
6*4 Aug. 17
6*4 Aug. 17
20
Aug. 15
2*4 Aug. 13
6
Aug. 14
90*4 Aug. 14

5

'-2*4 Jan.

Aug. 27

34 X June

8"'Mar. 26

?

Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug. 19
Jan.
4

7
20

8

_

5,600 Foremost Dairy Prod com...*
4,660
Conv preferred...........*

600

V

.........100
ff,lntkote Co class A
•
Florida Power At Lt S7 pref..*
Ford Motor of Canada cl A..*
Class B
•
Ford Motor Co, Ltd,
Amer dep rcts-.Ord reg II
Preferred

7 *4 May 24
5
Jan.
7

53*4
66*4
IX
18*4
18*4

25
4

July

^7*4 Mar. 23

"

300
200

■;

...10

890 First Nat Stores 7% 1st pf.100

8,600

14

23

Aug. 16
2
Aug.
Aug. 17
Aug. 12
Aug. 17
Aug. 21
Aug. 17
2
Aug.
Aug 14
Aug. 27
Aug. 16
**
9
Aug.
Aug. 19
Aug. 26
3
Aug.
Aug. 23

Aug.
8 74 X Aug/
Aug.
1 117" Aug.5
7
Aug. 28
Aug.Aug. 5 72
Aug/
Aug.
2 27*4 Aug.
46
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 27 28*4 Aug/
Aug. 28 35
Aug.

154,166 Fisk Rubber Corp common.. 1

700

Jan.

11*4 Apr. 17
X Feb. 19
12*4 Mar. 27

i

-

■

7

*

40
■>

100 Film Inspection Machine...*

""275

Jan.

2*4 Mar. 14
2*4 Mar. 6
2*4 Feb. 28
*4 Mar. 8
X Mar. 14

-

625
6,900
4,800
2,100
4,300
8,900

5

Mar. 13
3

'

I

12~" AuV."~2

350 Elgin National Watch Co..15

2

Aug. 15
Jan. 16
Jan.
5
Mar. 13
Jan.
5

...*

com..

50

.

34

Electric Shovel Coal Co—

75

2,000

4
10

16*4
24*4
X
3*4
37*4

1*4 Aug. -17
20*4 Aug. 17
78
Aug. 17
69
Aug. 14
6*4 Aug. 17
6*4 Aug. 17
20
Aug. 15
2*4 Aug. 13
6 / Aug. 14
90*4 Aug. 14

% Aug.

,

31
12
8

5

48

10

7

5*4 Aug.
'Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

5
Aug.
3*4 Aug.
Aug.
62
Aug.

9*4 Aug.

17

1X Feb. 18

II *4 Alar. 12
4*4 June 25

15*4 Aug. 29
9*4 July 25

Feb. 27

15*4 Aug. 20
1*4 Aug. 20
18*4 Aug. 17
s32 Aug. 15
57 X Aug. 13
1*4 Feb. 19
71 *4 Jan.
8
99
Mar-. 4
83
June 22
68
July
9
3*4 June 11
24*4 Mar.-20

General Elec Co of Great Brit

6,800
1,300

•//

25,600

American dep receipts...£1

8,500 Gen Flreprooflng com.....*

14*4 Aug.
1
Aug. 12

15*4 Aug, 29
5
7*4 Aug,

Gen Gas Ac Elec—

200

2,300
42,600
4,500
8,000
4,jl90
2,500
7,850
2,025

23,400
200

3,300
860
600

1,150
125

1,800
.

*'-

150
400

52,600
1,700
100

700

86 conv pref ser B_.....—•
Gen Investment Co com....5
$6 Preferred...........
Warrants

6% preferred A_........100

.

85 preferred

5,410 Gilbert (A Q Co com
•
25
Preferred................*
151,300 Glen Aldan Coal Co
•
10,000 Globe Underwriters^.......?
5,200 Godchaux Sugars class A.
10,000

For footnote*




Class B

an* page

66.

..*

68

Aug. 20
Aug. 20
Aug. 17
Aug. 15
Aug. x3
Aug. 19
Aug. 14
Aug. 27
Aug. 13
Aug.- 6

3

Aug. 23

I

.

.

General Pub Serv 86 pref...*
General Rayon A stock....*
Gen Tire At Rubber com...25

13,150 Georgia Power 86 pref......*
545

Aug. 12
2
*4 Aug.
2
16*4 Aug.
14
*4 Aug
48
Aug. 29
IX Aug.
41*4 Aug.
90
Aug.
79*4 Aug.
65
Aug.
2*4 Aug.
12

17" "Aug".
10*4 Aug.
23
Aug.
8

Aug.

46*
91*
82

20*4 Aug. 27
11 ' Aug. 27
23
Aug. 20
9

Aug-13

11

Mar. 16

15

Jan.

30

'

*6 Jan.
24

Mar. 21

X Mar. 13
- July
20
89 " Apr. 10

38

52

Jan.

50
1
24

Apr.

May
Mar. 20

13 *4-May 11
7-^Jan.
7

24

16*4 Apr.

11

28

Jan.

3

7,

Jan.

11

2

Aug. 27
May 27
11*4 May 27

p.Z'v

■

/''

Sept., 1935]
AGGREGATE

NEW

SALES
Since

August

July 1

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

:

5,100 Gorham Inc class A com....*
$3 preferred with warr... *
4,650

850

;

/

,

20,700
44,000
6,800
4,175
6,770
3,450
7,100

•

770
600
600

1

Aug.

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Bid

Sale"
12%

Gt Atl Ac Pac Tea 1st pttf.100
Non-voting common stock *
Great Northern Paper Co. .30

Greenfield Tap Ac Die com.
Grocery Stores Prod—

14

22%
5

Sale

19% Sale
14%
16
9% Sale

Am dep rets part pref......
650 Hartford Electric Light
25

17,200
12,480
10,700
230,600
9,400
15,500

5,200
19,900
400

1,400

H artman Tobacco common .10

Harvard Brewing Co
Hazeltlne

9,800
3,100

"loo

%

%

60%

iv'

Sale"

%
%,
60%
84%

Sale

Sale

4%

Sale

1

Sale
70

68%
1

63

Sale

2,300

Corp............*

Hecla Mining Co
25c
Helena Rubinstein common.*

220

13,240 Horn At Hardart com.......*
7% preferred
1,670
100
343,000 Hud Bay Mln At Smelt
...*
215,300 Humble Oil & Refining.....*
1,400 Huyler's of Del com
....1

„

55,400
19,800
300
50

150

100

7% preferred stamped..100

100
7% pref unstamped
100
8,400 Hydro-Elec Secur com......*
24,300 Hygrade Food Prod.. ......5
9,550 H/grade Sylvanla Corp....

5,500
3,000
800

29,000
4,550
50

-

1%

8%
10%
%
49

13%
59%

63,050 Illinois P Ac L S6 pref.
•
6,799
6% preferred...........100
150 Illuminating Shares Co A...*

300

5,100
520,200
9,000
38,100
9,200
11,200
860

900

3,600
~

500

1,300

:

ioo

Am dep rets ord reg
£1
Imperial Oil (Canada)......*
Registered..
....._»
.......

Imperial Tobacco Co of Can. 5
Imp Tob of Gt Brit At Irel._£l

Aug. 22
Aug.
1
Aug. 30
Aug. 20

1

"9

Sale
Sale
1
50

47% Sale

Sale'

'12%

Sale

82%

Aug.

2% Aug.
8% Aug.
9% Aug.
%Aug.
47
Aug.
23% Aug.
12% Aug.
59% Aug.

9%
Sale
1 :?

9%
%

12%
Sale

500

9,400
4,400 Industrial Finance

1,500
225

3,600

5% Aug.

1,400
400
34,900
69,200
90,800
447,100
•••

15,750
9,500
15,400
60,300

35

Sale

19%
19%
13%

Sale
20%
Sale
34
5%

24%
Sale
Sale

Sale

...........

1,200
3,200
15,100
v

"3% Sale"
1 %

Sale

3b %
5

500 Interstate Equities
510
S3 conv preferred

V
-

14,900
5,700

725

v

80
160

Sale

31

7%
11%
3%

34%

5
1
2

%

v

18

27

69,600 Irving Air Chute com.... ..1
16,600 Italian Superpower cl A....*
2,300
Warrants..

7

Jersey Central Pow Ac Lt Co—
3,130
5%% preferred........100
■,f:r 430
6% preferred........... 100
"

980

7% preferred

."..100

66%

30
100
2

10

20

44

Aug.;

2

1

69

105

1%

2%
%

Sale
%6

Kirkland Lake G M Ltd
_.!
Klein (D Emll) Co common..*
Klelnert (J B) Rubber.....10
Knott Corp com
.......1

Saie*

19

Jan.

"

73

6

;

Aug.

9
Aug. 30
Aug; "• 5

900

10" 100

June

17

1

4% Apr. 22
4% Apr. 22
1% Feb.
2
8
Aug. 13
72% Aug. 19
33% Feb. 25
1

June

13%
15%
6%
39%
31%

12

Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
May
Jan.

10
11
11

25
4

7
1% Aug. 23
4% Aug. 19
% Aug. 17
35
Apr. 24
% Aug. 19
% Feb.
6
25% Aug. 21
27% Jan. 12
27
Aug. 17
2% May
1
% May 29
23% Aug. 12
16% Aug. 10
1% Aug. 17
% Apr.
5
Aug.

Aug.
5
Aug.
2
Aug. 22
1% Apr. 25
30% Jan. 22
73

90

Aug. 28
83% Mar. 15 105
2% Jan.
8
% July 22

19 ;

Aug.
l
6% Aug. 21

75
Mar. 12
57
Feb. 27
1% Mar.
4
,

15

% Max.
Jan.

22
16

6

Aug.
1% Jan. 14

84

Apr,

17

57

Feb.

27

May
% May
22
May
7% Apr.
3% July

23
3
23
13
24

3

'

American shares....

£l

H

Koppere Gas Ac Coke—
1,450

15
24
24
31
6

,&

2%'*AugT23 ;
4 Jh Aug.: , 6

2

Jan.
May
May
July
Aug.

69

U

.Aug. 42
May
Aug. 22
60% Apr. 20
1% Aug, 27 ,-i,Apr. 22
30% Aug. 22
18
Mar. 13

Bolster Brandes Ltd—

300

% Jan.i 23

90'

^% Aug.
17

"6% "7%

6

12
June 22

Jan.

v.; June
% June
14% Apr.
4,3% Jan.
% Mar. 28

;.

6

22

Mar. 11

87% July

4

Mar.

Aug. 28 105
Aug. 28
1% Aug.-; 1
% Aug. 15

2% Aug.

13

% Mar. 19
20
22

% Aug. 23

1

Mar. 13

1% Jan.
V. % Jan.
35
Apr.

23% Aug. 12
16% Aug. 10
1% Aug. 17
,.

2

% July

26% Aug. 19
27
Aug. 17

Aug.
1
1Aug. 22
25
Aug. ' 2

1%
28%

May

29% Feb.
2% Jan.

,

Aug." 21

1%
Sale

2% Sale

Mar. 13

Aug. 30
Mar.
6
Aug.
6
July 25

.

7% preferred series B...100

5% preferred series D...100
Kirby Petroleum........... 1

35,900
9,400
17,400
2,900
1,700

May 21

%
3%
10%
%
28

Aug, 30

%,Aug, 17

83

%

Jan.

Mar. 22

1
52

Aug. 19

66% Aug.70
Aug;

Sale

9%
22%
22%
14%
35%

12

Aug. lb

"%

Sale

1%

50

Sale

1%

37% Aug. 12
36
Aug. 19
50
July 13

Aug. 15
Aug.
6
Aug. 13

5

15% Mar. 30

"

25%

Sale

28

38

8% Mar. 6
15% Mar. 14

Aug. 15
Aug. 22

17

Aug.

23

26

13% Jan.
14 ,-r Jan.
34% Jan.

Aug.
1% Aug. 23
4% Aug. 19

12% Aug.
1
% Aug.
1
% Aug. 23

Jan.

27

Aug.

2% Mar.
1% June
26
Jan.

2

70

1%
26%

75

.

Jan.

26

25% "Aug"." 21
25% Aug. 28
18
Aug.
1

15%
1
%>

19
10
19
23
22
17
23

% Mar.
20% Apr.

%6 Aug.

25%
Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
May
May
May

l

11% Jan.

1% Jan. 22
,1% Feb. 26
V
% Apr. 23

4

Aug.
1
1
Aug. 14
2% Aug. 29

16

6

102% Jan.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

7

Feb.

iF'
i2oiM
llH

Feb.

;

Jan.

82% Aug. 31

Jan.

;

13
8
14
16
12
26
23

100

Feb.

5% Feb.
16% July

Aug. 19
Aug. 23
Aug,
Aug,

Aug. 10
Aug. 15
Aug.
9
37% Aug. 15

.

1%
Sale

14%
%

Jan.
v*

Aug.
July
May
May
Aug.
Apr.
May

52% June 10
July 12

in

31% Mar. 12
3% Mar. 12
55
Jan. 21

%
13%
13%
4%

*3%

84

75,000 Kansas C & E 7% pref....100
23,000 Kingsbury Breweries com
1
Kings County Lighting

'ill

Sale
Sale
%

Jan.

Aug.
Aug. 15
Aug. 16

8

Aug.

22

13%
%
%

1%
3%
10%
12%

% Jan.

72% Aug. 19

"% Aug"."36

12%
Sale

24%
23%

Sale

7
71

23% May
12% Aug.

15

~"%fl~Aug.
25%

3

29

% Sale

50,000
1,500

500

6

1
10% Aug.
6
3% Aug. 13
33
Aug.
3

1%
2%

J an.

2% -nug. 13
2% Aug.
6
1% Aug. 24

"

,5

"3% "3%

2%

13,600 Jonas Ac Naumburg Corp.2.50
16,945 Jones Ac LaughlJn com
100

800

Aug.

35% Sale

1 %

2%

Aug.
Aug.

•

67%

Sale

12%
3%

"3% Sale"

4,100
3,325

5,700
1,300

10

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

3

6

37

8% Aug. 21

16

33

31

33%

23

Jan.

% Apr.
2% June
7 ■June
6
Feb.

21

87

Aug.

1,

"70"

67%

Feb.

7

1

20%
20%
14%
35%
5%

6

68

600 Investors Royalty Co com..25
300 Iron Cap Copper Co com...10
1,300 Iron Fireman Mfg com v t C..*

...........

<

Sale
1%

58

3% Mar.

37% Aug. 12
36
Aug. 19
49% Aug. 17

2% Aug.
2% Aug.

2%
2%
1%

...50

'

•

2%
2%
1%

com._..i

5,100 Interstate Hosiery Mills....*
rir. 4.610 Interstate Power 17 pref....*

550

2%

17
19
23
10

50% Jan.

2

8% Aug. 21
18% Aug. 13
19
Aug.
3
13% Aug. 27
33% Aug. 30
5
Aug. 29

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

:

16
1,800

1%

Aug.
Aug.
May
Aug.

14

87

5

%
1%
74%
85%

16

1
29% Aug.
30% Aug.
2
49% Aug. 17
-

Sale
19%
Sale
36%
■:,•
5%

10

17

12

Aug.

31*

19%
18%
14%
o5%

Jan.

-,.,

,

,

200

com..., *

4,600
Registered...............*
17,950 Internat Products com
_•
2,900 Internat Safety Rasor cl B_*
8,808 Internat Utll class A...
•
Class
38,450
B
..........1
:
50
$7 prior preferred..
*
'
2,700
Warrants

"4,366

100

Warrants

Internet Petroleum

3

Jan.

Aug. "I§

21*

Sale

1%

Int Hydro-Elec 13.50 pref. .50
Internat Mining Corp com..l

Jan.

6

3% Mar. 30

82% Aug. 31

Sale

21

2%

internet Cigar Machinery..*
Internat Holding & Invest.*

18

% Feb.
% Mar.
50% Mar.
55
iJan.

;

13

3
Aug.
10% Aug.
10% Aug.
1
Aug.
49% Aug.
23% Aug.
14
Aug.

2
1
12
21
13
22
23
1

30

60%
%

1

t c

Feb.

26

1

1%. Aug.

Sale

16

•
▼

Mar.

May
4% Mar.

7
Aug. 13
67% Aug, 19

1

33

23%

7% preferred...........100

41,700 Insur Co of North Amer...l0

""300

"1,800

900

;•

% Mar. 23
1

10% Aug.
6
16% Aug.
6
135
July
1
j.40
Aug. i2

20

% Aug. 17
1% Aug. 19
Aug.
5
85% Aug. 10

6~"
Aug *19
Aug. 23 ; 7%
18
Aug. 19
Aug.
2
26%
104
Aug. 13 106%
15% Sale
14% Aug. 26
16%
Sale
57
56% Aug. 29
61%
%
%
Aug.
1
%
27
Aug.
1
26
Aug.
6 .26
3%
4%
5
3% Aug. 27
1%
1%
Aug.
1
2%
Aug. 29 33 :

Non-voting class A.......*
Class B stock

121

;

6

Indiana Pipe Line
..10
Ind'polls P&L6%% pf ..100

5,000

,

18

5% Mar.
8% Mar.
122% Jan.

66

Indian Terr 1 llum Oil Co

900

Aug.
6
Aug. 6
Aug. 16
Aug. 12
Aug.
5
Aug. 31

lH

i

Imperial Chem Industries-

48,400

12% Mar.

31

lB6%^ug.l2

6% Aug. - 6
67% Aug. 19

67

1%

800 Holt (H) Ac Co class A....... *
150 Hormel (Geo A) & Co com...*

■'

50

19 H Aug

4% Aug. 12

700 Holophane Co Inc common.*

300

3% Jan. 11
19%i May 10

2,x Aug., 2

„

1

Heyden Chemical Co
.*
900 Hires (Chas E) class A com..*
201,300 Holllnger Conaol G M
.5
7,050 Holly Sugar Corp common..*
':• 25
Preferred.....
.100

200

% Jan.% Aug. 29
1% May 31
11% July 23

%> Aug. 13
% Aug. 19

„

,

13%
8%
14%
125%

Handley Page Ltd., 8s_.....

6,900
3,600

Highest
Sale Prices

Aug.
5
Aug.
2
10%
Aug. 27
16%
125% Sale"
Aug. 31 130
Sale
131
132
131
Aug.
1 140
22
23%
23% 21% Aug.
23
8
6
6
Sale
5
Aug.
8
6

%

63%

£,300

f

oc

Lowest
Sale Prices

55
Jan.
7Jan.

*

2,700 Hall fC M) Lamp Co........*

500
v-i

Highest
Sale Prices

% Aug.
5
% Aug. 29
1% Aug. 28
12% Aug.
2

% Sale

14%
13%
9% Sale

131

1

Lowest

...

1

SINCE JAN.

Sale Prices

Ask

2

2%

Gray Tel Pay Station com...*

Common v t c
13,300
25c
10,900 Guardian Investors common 1
178,000 Gulf OH of Pa
30
225 Gulf States Utll $6 pref
*
100
$5.50 preferred...........*
200 Gypsum Lime Ac Alabastlne.*

900

RANGE

'

l«J

Agreement extended.... *
Grand Rapids Varnish Corp *

'

1,500
9,700
20,600

47

PRICES IN AUGUST

Gorbam Mfft Co-

3,000
16,600
1,000
"Iv 490

EXCHANGE

1933

Aug. 311935

STOCKS (Continued)
i Par
56,300 Goldfleld Conaol Mine*....10
32,800 Gold Seal Blec com
1

5,200
12,200
2,700

CUBE

Low from

new york
curb exchange

In

YOKK

5,850
6% preferred...........100
3,600 Kress (S H) At Co spec pf..l0

%

70 Lackawanna RR N J
100
169,500 Lake Shore Mines Ltd
....I
25,700 Lakey Foundry At Machine. 1
360 Lane Bryant 7% pref.....100
1,500 Lefcourt Realty com.......l
6,600
Preferred
..........*
46,600 Lehigh Coal At Nav
•
84,000 Leonard OI1 Development. .35
39,600 Lerner Stores Corp com....
930
6 4% pref with warr....l00
145,500 Llbby McNeil At Llbby
10

Sale"

50

j % Aug.- 20

Sale

10%

48,400 Kreuger Brewing Co..

95

95

% AUg. 20

~

97

Aug.

'

Aug!

% Jan.

29

72

tll% Apr.

% Aug. *19

Sale

10% Aug. 10

13

Sale

Sale

47% Aug. 29

1
80

1%
'.80
2%
22%

50H Aug.
2% Aug.;, 9
70
Aug. 30

12

%« May 31

15

Mar. 29

17

;,4% Mar.

97

Aug. 29
12% Mar. 29
13% Aug. 19

-

12,400
12,500
20

"l",506
14,400
6,500

10,900
100

6,400

"llOO
125

100 Liberty Baking 7% pref.. 100

9,600
1,650
25

■24,600
70,500
380

1,100
.f
25
63,000
200

"3" 100
For fo

Lion Oil

B stock....

1%
19

6%

1

.

2%
20%

70

Sale

Sale^6

61%
105% 108%
6% Sale

75% Feb.
47% Aug. 29
; % Mar. 12

"3% "4%

Aug".

22% Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

70

8% Aug.

% Aug.
Aug. 29
105% Aug. 28
6% Aug.
2

Sale

8%

Sale

Sale

5

Sale

67
34

7%

Sale

68

Sale
Sale

"7% Sale"

'40% Sale'

Sale

80

1

3% Aug. 29
18% Aug. 15

4% Aug. 13
Aug. 8

19
'

6£
5

Mar.

6% Aug.
4% Aug. 28
Aug.
2
Aug. 26
34
Aug.
1
7% Aug. 27
:.3% Aug. 23
77
65

"39%

38%

Aug".*20

17

8% Aug. 31
6

Aug.
5
Aug. 6
70% Aug. 13
34
Aug.
1
8% Aug. 15
3% Aug. 23
84

..

•'

.

40% Aug. 12

June 22

3% Mar. 28
17% Feb.
4
17% Jan.
9\
4% Mar. 13
2

2%
22%
8%
%

Mar.

6

1

6%
19%
17%
8%
6

Jan.
Jan.

12

84

5

20% Apr.

2

70
34

48
37

4% Jan. 12
3% June 27
89

38%

Jan.

2% Aug.
Jan.

May
18.
Jan.
5
Aug.
5% Mar. 21
Aug.
May
% Apr.
8
70
40
Jan.
Aug.
91 % Feb.
106% July
6 % June
8% Apr.
6

....*

77% Sale

May 23

58

1% Mar. 14

'

4%

78

67

_

5
Aug.
Aug. 30

'

19%
6%
%«
%
69%
61%
108% 105%
6%

Sale

A.......*

102,500 Lone Star Gas....
......*
130,800 Long Island Light com.....*
4,000
7% preferred
100
10,700
6% preferred series B ..100
550 Loudon Packing Co........*
408,900 Louisiana Land At Rxpl com. 1
800 Lucky Tiger Comb G M
10
1 20 Ludlow Mfg
Associates.....*
32,600 Lynch Corp com...........5




70

Refining..........*

Loblaw Groceterias

tnotea see page 56.

%

Jan.

2

26% Mar. 14

9

3

2

9
18

10
15
14
23
29
10
12

June 22

Apr.
6
July
3
Feb. 21
Aug. 31
Aug.
5
Aug.
6
Aug. 13
July 30
May 17
Apr. 29

3
94* Jan.
41% July .24

NEW

48

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

In

Since

August

Jan. 1

Shares

Shares

AM<7.31 1935

1,400
o40
200

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

1

Aug.
Bid
7%

STOCKS <Continued)
far
6,700 Mangel Stores Corp com....*
1,840
6%% pref with com pur w
2,006 UapeiConaMfgCo
•

EXCHANGE

CURB

Low from
July I 1933

SALES

AQQREQATE

YORK

Ask

Ask Bid
74
Sale

84 Aug. 16
Aug. 16
Aug. 19

74 Aug. 15
57% Aug.
7
26
Aug. 19

8%

5% June 25
July 10
July 31

47

64

26

25

33% Jan.

Margay Oil
•
Marlon Steam Shore! com..*
Maryland Casualty Co com.l
Mass Utll Associates v t c...l
Massey Harris Co common..*
Marls Bottling Co of Am cl A1

300

7,400
1,100
1,300
900

20,960
3,766

7,100
4,300

24,400
39,575

25

100

22,166
36,060

7,100

50

2",800

5,806

s~I5o

11,600
2,200
53,000

260
500

3,100

50
25

425

100

5,180
12,500
26,900
20,000

500

3,200
800

'64.

8%

6%

2s

.6%

I*

Aug. 23
Aug.
2
Aug. 27
Aug. 3
Aug.
1

3%

3
24

Sale

"44 "5"
Sale

»

3% Aug. 23
2% Aug. 12
2
Aug. 13
5
Aug. 14

Feb.

1%
~
1

% Feb. 23

41

Aug. 14

56

55% Aug. 14

58

534

60

51%

Mayflower Associates Inc...*
McColl Frontenac Oil...—.*
6% preferred
-.100
McCord Radiator A Mfgv
*
McWilllams Dredging com..*
Mead Corp common........*
Mead Johnson A Co 00m....*
Memphis Nat Gas com ......S
Memphis P & L $7 pref
*
Mercantile Stores Co..
7% preferred..........100
Merrltt Chapman A Scott..
6%% A pref
100
Mesabl Iron
•
Metal Textile part pref
Metropolitan Bdlson Co—
$6 pref series C..........
Mexico-Ohio Oil Co
Michigan Gas A OU Corp—•
Michigan Sugar com.

Jan.

98

"54 "~5%

"5% Aug. 28 "mAugVio

464 Sale

37% Aug. 28

41

Aug. 14

Aug.
2
3% Aug. 26

73

Aug. 29

134

134

Sale"

"2

74%
Sale

69

44

"144

12%~Aug.

74

70
44 Sale

68

375

"""600
20
900
"

3,000
1,630
47,000
2,510
2,900
425

100
300

7,200

'"""60
3,200

54,700
2,400
400
"

7,400
14,600
330

2,500
4,600

16

8

Aug. 10

"3% Au~g"."l5

Aug. 12
% Aug. 30

23% Aug. 17
%. Aug. 30

1
Aug.
Aug. 16
9
2% Aug.

8

85
1

Sale

85

4 Aug. 27
5% Aug. 24

64

5

Preferred...............10

14
4

14
Sale

/:■%

4

,

y

80

Jan.

31

96

% Jan.

30

1

Feb.

10

Jan.

5

35

Mar.
Jan.

18]
42j

July 23
Aug. 30
Apr. 25

12

19

July

174 Sale
43%
424

16% Aug.
40
Aug.

9
2

Aug. 31
42% Aug. 30

Sale

184 Sale

18% Aug. 26

I§% Aug." !

18

105

Sale

14

22 4

138

1JH

69

Sale
Sale
Sale

100

13% Sale

104% Aug. 26 104%
1
13%
11% Aug.
64% Aug. 28 74
30
Aug. 201 36
12% Aug. 20 14%
8 140%
137
Aug.
2
34%
30% Aug.
29% Aug. 19 31

31%

54 Sale

25

5,500

103% Sale

Aug.
Aug. 23
Aug.
2

Aug. 13
Aug. 27

21

22%
43

28

17%

17%

Sale

J4

Aug. 16
Aug. 22
7
Aug.
7
Aug.

184
65

Sale

"8
4

4

724

Sale

"64 Sale"

14
78

71

1M

1 1%

6,250
1,700
25,300
100

17% Aug. 27
1
1
Aug.
72
Aug. 21
6
% Aug.
% Aug. 19

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
1% Aug.

18%
1 %
78
%

1
14
10
21
23

70% Aug.

844 Aug. 15

"5% Sale"

"4% Aug. "27

6% Aug. 21

% AUg. 12
% Aug. 30

% Aug. 13
% Aug.
7

16% Aug. 13
30
Aug.
1

%

i:

Sale

30

Sale

25%

"27""

16% Aug. 13
25% Aug. 30

104

Sale"

"9% ""9%

"9% Aug". "27

5%
6%

1%

a

Sale
24

5%
11%
2%

Sale

10% Aug. 22
8
% Aug. 12
8
4
Aug.
8
10
51% Aug. 10
101
Aug. 23
6% Aug. 10
12
Aug. 31

%, Aug.
Aug.
51% Aug.
100
Aug.
5% Aug.
6%
Sale
6% Aug.
2%

45

5*

3% I 4

24

5

Sale

2%

3%

"MOO

I,600

150

375

16,900
8,400
9,975
2,500
1,750
502,000
63,200
8,600
62,400
60,350
82,000

75

800
24.800
6,800

7,200

\

ion

64

49%

Sale"

1%
53%

20

Sale

2

Co common..

2%

Sale

2
54

4

Aug. 31

45

2% Aug. 12

"3% ""3%

49

Sale

41

44

30

7% preferred

•
.....100

"4%
60,

32

30

Aug. "23
9
Aug.

1 % Aug. 20
1
49% Aug.

Aug.

1

24 Aug.

3

20

99

275
4,500
2,000

3,200

'""166
925

1,400

20,700
1,500
16,300

9,400
62,700
41,900
1,000
16,700
II,200
22,900

1?* 18*

N Y Steam Corp com......

N Y Teleo *%% prof
100
New York Transit..........5

19% 120

N Y Water Serv 0%

71%
7%

4%

pref.. 10#

Niagara Hud Pow com....15
Class A option warrants..

Sale
73%
Sale

i|.l^

Class B option warrants...
Niagara Share Corp class B 5
Nlles-Bement-Pond com....*

Sale
24%
2%
2%

7%

23

Nlplsstng Mines............1

86 preferred............

1%
2
2% Sale
24% Sale

s

II*

Sale
2% Sale
%«
%

4

North Cent Texas (Ml..., ...5

•

North European Oil com.. ...1

3

2%
%

Sale
,

2%
%

...

91

5%
13%
13%
23%

5.500 Northern Pipe Line..... ..10
46.800 Nor States Power com A. .100
34,900 Northwest Engl nee ring
61,100 Novadel Agene Corp....*
.

.

7!

Sale
6%
Sale

Sale
Sale

95

June

26

4% Apr.

26

Feb.

Feb.

13

137

5% May 16
July 23
1
130% Aug. 22
Aug. 24
120
116
Apr. 11

Jan.

105)2 Mar.
Jan.

72
112

Apr.
Mar. 22

98

6%
7
16% Sale
11%
12
24%
25%

8% Jan.
2% Jan.

7
3

May

3% Aug. 29
4% Aug. 28
64% Aug. 30
2
Aug. 21
56% Aug. 27
20
Aug.
1
3% Aug. 29

42

Aug. 26

8

14

118

1

4

72%
64
%

1%
6

22

2%

Aug. 16
1
Aug.
3
Aug.
7
Aug.
Aug. 27
4
Aug.
7
Aug.
Aug. 3
1
Aug.
1
Aug.
Aug. 20

1% Aug.
14 Aug.
18% Aug.
Aug.
% Aug.
2% Aug.
%> Aug.

3l

50

Aug.

6

41

June

7
7

22% May

9

3

35
Mar.
18% July

4

Mar. 12

Mar. 26
Mar.

55

Feb.

8
26

Mar. 11

46% Feb. 26
5% Apr. 24% Aug. 27

8 Apr'
,t% May
Apr.
15

Aug. 14

30
1% Jan. 16
78
Aug. 10
% Aug. 21
1% Jan.
84% Aug.
5% Apr.
9% Mar.

5
17

io|

May

2% July 23
5% June 25
35
Mar. 22
2

3% May
Apr. 30

49
1

455H

May

7

Jan.

21

4

May 21
Aug. 10
Aug. 23
Jan.
2

^

22

20

24

June 25

Aug. 31

Aug. 29

June
5
4% Aug. 28
June 14
66

2% Jan-

34% Mar. 13
12

1
19

Feb.

5% Jan.

5 102
21

July

May

Aug. 31

12

Feb. 20
aune

4

Apr. 20
Feb. 16

9
Apr. 27
6
6% Feb.
8
4 May
6 8
2% Mar. 16
3
50
July
51%
90
Feb. 11 101
8
4% Apr. 23

10

25

Jan.

25% June 14

6%

7
15

% Jan.

16
11
22

20

J,

Aug. 27
Aug*

29
16
25
June
1
32
5
8
90% Aug. 12
2 100% Aug. 10

1% Feb.

15

July
Feb.
25% Jan.
53% Jan.
61% Jan.

12

3% Aug.
15
Apr.

33

9

Apr.

4% Mar. 8 13% Jan.
10
Aug.
12
May 25 22
14
Mar.
27 113% May 3 121
4% Aug.
3
Apr.
3
4%
31
46% Feb.
8 77% Aug.
77%
13
Mar. 13
8% Aug.
8%
12
Jan.
2
% Aug.
4
12
1% Aug.
:
ar. 22
1%
19
ar.
4
8% Aug.
8% Aug. 17
r
15
26% July
24% Aug.
7
3
Apr.
July 12
2% Aug.
2

11

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

7
14
12

31
13
12
12
19
17
24
6

1

■7
1
1

14
27

17
2

1% Aug. 12
4% Aug. 17
32
Aug. 12
38
Aug. 22
4% Aug. 10
3
Aug.
1
% Aug,
6

68
Aug. 20
Aug.
102% Aug. 12
Aug.
6
6% Aug. 30
Aug.
23
Aug.
9
13
Aug.
11% Aug. 27 13% Aug,
27% Aug. 16
23% Aug.

66
91

2

Feb.

11

.

Mr.
M

24% Ja

it.
.

24

9
6

11

Jan.

3
7

4, Jan.

8

Jan.

32

325 Nor Ind Pub Ser 6% pref., 1M
.100
7% preferred..
300
2,205 Northern N Y Utll 7% pfd .100

For footnotex m page 56.




1%
1%
1% Sale
19% Sale

Noma Elec Corp com.. .....1
Nor Amer Lt A Pow com. ...1

North Amer Match Corp.,
Nor Amer Utll Sec com..

Aug. 31

90% Aug. 12 90% Aug. 12
98
Aug. 20 100% Aug. 10

Sale

N Y Shipbuilding Co
Founders shares.........!

3

Aug.

11

.

2,900
52,800
18,100

45

33

175 N Y Pr A Lt 86 pref....

9,300
3,300

146,000
17,600

Y

"44 "44

3?

220 N Y A For Inv 6% % pref_.100
10
28,850 NY a tiond Rosarlo M
900 N Y Merchandise Co com...*

50

575
400

N

Jan.
Jan.

102

61% Sale
%

Jan.

July

37
21

164

400 New Haven Clock Co com...*
..25
68,800 New Jersey Zinc
1
22,600 Now Mexico A Arts Land
113,300 Newmont Mining Corp....10
*
500 New Process Co common..

1,100

Jan.

Aug. 16
2% Aug.
9
41
Aug. 14
21% Aug. 13

81% Sale

%

25
13

Aug. 26

23
19
14% July 22
144% May 17
34% Aug. 13
31
Aug. 27
22% July 11

7% Jan.

8

27

4

Feb.

12

76% July
37% July

26% May

40

Sale

130% Aug. 20
120
Aug. 24

Aug.
Aug.

103

50 New Engl Tel A Tel Co... 100

"""200

10% Mar.
30% Mar.
9
Mar.

23

j

mk

Feb.

127

17
11

Aug. 22

2

Jan.

82

3% Aug. 14
% Aug. 17
5% Aug.

Aug.

126

il§"~ 118%

25

•

5

1% Sale
36%
39%
21
22%

24

.......*

27,700 Now Bradford Oil

Jan.

2% Aug. 17

Jan.

Sale

126

7% preferred..........100

350

v

4

Apr. 23
Apr. 25

18% Feb.

5%

44

Aug. 26
Aug. 24
Aug.

20 Nevada Calif Elec com...100
\

May

2

Jan.

125

'3¥auI:
3%

1,075 Nelsner Bros pref........lit
1,900 Nelson (Herman) Corp .....5
4,700 Neptune Meter class A......*
300 Nestle Le Mur Co class A...*

2,300

Sale

30% Sale
23
21%
150
135

23
150

8,625 Nehl Corp com............*
1st preferred..........
200
*

75
200

Mar.

4$ July

Sale

354

3,100

1,400
2,200

2% May 16

June 19

Sale
40

140

1
59,800 National Service Co
Conv par tic preferred....*
2,100
•M00 National Steel Car Ltd.....*
National Sugar Refg...
19
*
200 National Tea Co 5% % pref. 10
12.50
19,700 National Transit
8,400 National Union Radio com..l

"3",500

June 21

8

16

Mar. 14

8

5

114

30

May 27
June 22

5

2

8% Aug.

72

100 National Refining common 25

1,900

Jan.

% Mar. 15
3

8

May

Mar. 13

2

% Mar.

85,020 Nat Rubber Mach com

100

34%

Mar. 12

8
17
13
17
22

194

7,55o
400

Jan.

8% Aug.

1

6

4 Aug.
1% Aug. 28
8

Jan.

5
14
10
24
5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

36

100

86 preferred

5

Mar.

Jan.

Aug. 14
SH Feb. 16
73
Aug. 29
44 Aug. 29
3
754 June
16
Aug. 10
73% Jan. 25
3% Aug. 15
23% Aug. 17
Jan, 30
Mar. 12

% May 14

84

17

18,500
82 non-cum dir shares...
1,575 MldraleCo
2,060 Mining Corp of Can.. .....*
3,850 MinnesotaMln AMfgCo....*
4,000 Miss Rirer Fuel Corp warr—
50 Miss Rlrer Power pref....100
6,800 Mock Judson Voehrlnger.
23,475 Mohawk A Hud Pow 1st pref.*
10,765
2nd preferred
*
416,400 Molybdenum Corp f t C.....1
14,550 Montgomery Ward A Co A..*
6,200 MontrealLt Ht A Pot, com..*
1,700 Moody's Inrestors Part pref.*
200 Moore Corp Ltd....
70
7% A pref
100
500 Mtge Bank of Colom Am shs
1,800 Mountain A Gulf Ol JCo
54,400 Mountain Producers Corp.lt
266 Mountain Sts Pew com.....*
510 Mountain Sts Tel A Tel..100

64,400

it*
4?"

24

Jan.

8

Aug.
1
Aug. 16
2% Aug.
9
1
Aug.
2
6% Aug. 13
1%
%
%.
2%

6

12

84

98,600 National Fuel Gas
39,000 National Investors com.....1
670
5%% preferred......
1
"■.r 19,900
Warrants.................
17,900 National Leather Co com...*
y

6

1% Aug.
4 Aug.
% Aug.

Nat Power A Light—

7,650

Aug.

34

1,200 Nachman Sprlngfllled Corp.*
251,100 Nat Bellas Hess com
...1
14,200 Nat'l Bond A Share Corp...*
2,256 Nat Container Corp com
.*
106
02 convertible preferred..*

200

Mar.

56

3% Apr. 17
21% Jan.
7
3% Feb. 16
55
Apr. 12
1% Jan.
5
75% June 3
9% July 24
70
Jan. 17
,4 Jan.
2

4% Aug. 29

"I % Aug. 30

"24 "24

24

19

19,500 Murphy (G C) Co common..*
100
8% preferred...........100

2,900

44

12% Apr. 30

5% Sale
39
Sale

21,300
Class A rot trust ctfs
*
14,500
Class B rot trust ctfs.....*
128,700 Middle West Utll com
•
9,360
86 conr pref ser A
3,600
86 conr pref A ctfs of dep.*
Midland Royalty Corp—
710
82 conr pref-.............*
Midland Steel Product—

100

8
30

40% Feb.

Middle States Petroleum—

3,500
2,100
94,200
4,900
2,100

11
1

Feb.

14

8%
8%
3%
2%

Mar. 13
Jan.

Aug. 16

Jan.
9
June 21
May 24
Aug. 12
2
Aug. 13
5% Jan.
2
4 Jan.
5

6
15

3% Mar. 12

1

% Aug.

;

June

4

May Hosiery Mills—
$4 preferred w w_._.......*

150

T.566

8

Communication Am dap ret

1,100
2,000
7,100
29,700
4,200
4,900
49,200
•

Highest
Sale Prices
10
Jan. 19

64

Marconi Internat Marine—

300

1

Feb.

38% Mar.
45% Jan.
54 Jan.

8

6
30
8

6% Mar. 14
54 Jan.
3
18% May 23

May 24
4% Aug. 17
32
Aug. 12
June 10
40
4% Aug. 10
3% May 27
%» May 27
63% July 10
68
Aug. 20
102% Aug. 12
7
May 21
23
Aug. .9
14% July 19
27%
2

Sept., 1935]

NEW

SALES

AGGREGATE

August

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

"—"—

NEW YORK

1

1

I

'

July 1 1933
*

CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

In

4y

CUBE EXCHANGE

YOKE

to

Aug. 311935

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Aug.

Lowest

Highest

Highest
:>

Shares

Shares
800
400

4,000

20

57,800
72.100
8,000
11,250
6,500
19,200
12,497
48,000
311,600
1,900

12,400
12,400
900

975

5,900
5,500
5,400
5,800
60,600
700
6,300

'

""ioo
400
80
300

i

85,300
726
t

?

""420
375

1,600
2,450
200
10

4,600

•

23,566
3,700
10,600

"2",000
12",200
10.200

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
44 Aug.

1

1st preferred...... ..._..*

Pacific Tin special stock.... *
Pan Amer Airways com
.10

Pantopoc Oil of Vonosuota..*
Paramount Motors Corp....*
Parke Datls * Go
•
Parker Pen Co............10

8
14
14
5
1
14
23
17

34
274

14 Apr. 16

Mar. 18
34
204 Jan. 12 284
184 Jan. 15 254
71
Feb. 25 102
1
May
9
34

25
36

34 Mar. 21
324 Jan.
2

10,200
10,360
98,650
2,050

5,680
7,200

June
Aug.
Feb.
6
July
54 Mar.
794 Apr.
54 July
17

Sale

55

"88

344

54

63

Aug. 12

6

64
24 Sale

54

6

6

Aug. 13
Aug. 15
Aug. 28
8
Aug. 16
24 Aug. 14
41
Aug. 2

Aug.

101

Aug.
54 Aug.
24 Aug.
36
Aug.

Sat)

:

50

8,400
300
150

sees

Sale

144

"144

15" "164

15

Sale"

103

77
Sale

75

76

Aug.

76

744

i044~Aug.

Aug.
1014 Aug.
74
Aug.
59
Aug.
354 Aug.
1154 Aug.
84 Aug.

14
Aug. 10
764 Aug. 2
76
Aug.
1
36
Aug. 26
1154 Aug. 14
134 Aug. 12

105

Sale

"9" "124

24

Sale
454
11

24 Sale
364 Sale
84 Sale

24 Aug.
1
364 Aug. 31
84 Aug. 28

48

"64 "64

"54 Aug."23

104

34 Aug. 10
Aug. 14
Aug. 14

12

"94 "104
64

64

Aug.
1
Aug. 26

10]

94 Aug. 14
6
Aug.
1

6]

Sale

70

Sale
Sale

744

"24 Sale

"24

12
Sale
7
84
23 4
244

10

644
77

764

14

14

Sale
12

74
20

14

9
244
14

44 Aug.
64
Aug.
76
Aug.
184 Aug.
14 Aug.
114 Aug.
8
Aug.

27
22
13
15
8
23
Aug.
2
14 Aug.
5

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
23
Aug.
14 Aug.

54
724
814
184
24
124
94

9
23
14
22
1
3
13
2
29

4 Sale

1

4 Aug.

4s Sale

174 Aug.

Voting trust ctf«..__33J4c
Propper
McCallum
Hosiery
MIJI- Co com
150 Providence Gas Co.........*

53,200 Prudential

;.

Investors

Feb.

4

Apr.
Feb.

7

Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

12
15
10
14
14
26

June 22

364 Apr. 18
_54 Aug.

9
Aug. 23
814 Aug. 14
154 Feb. 14

724

Feb. 28

% Aug. 13
194 Aug. 23

124 Apr.

4

1

2

Jan.

7

Mar. 26

464
184
4
74
64

^.""V :

64 Aug. 27
24 July 17
124 May 6

334 Mar. 27
24 Jan.
3
51

:^VWv:vV'

28

Aug. 14
Aug. 10
Aug.
2

Feb.

16

12
84 Mar. 11
5

Y^r'v'

30

Jan.

26

Jan.

2

■AAA

■A'A -1'

24 June 26
124 Aug.
94 Feb.
4
30

Jan.

2

24 Apr. 26
July 31
134 Jan. 18

31

Jan.

2

6

194 Aug.

"84 ""84
103

96

...*

8

98

% Aug. 30

4 Aug. 17

84
Sale

4

| 4

'"8 4 "Aug"." "7

"94 Aug"." 19

4 Mar. 19
104 May 10
44 Mar. 20

98

83

Jan.

75
90

4

4

*

com

56 preferred........

600

250

July

Realisation—

10,500

"6",600

Aug. 14

174 Aug. 13

1
22
3
4
7
23
16
31
18
7

Inc..........*

8,910

1.900

11

Jan.

70

Apr.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
May
23
July
14 Jan.
31
July
94 June
4 Jan.

175 Pressed Metals of Amer.....*

2,000

6

July 31
Aug. 28

July 30
16

4 Jan.

"44 "54

.......

Properties

21
14
14
18
2
7
10
17
25
June
6

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Feb.
Jan.
Feb.
July
June
July

414 July 30

66

24
104 Sale
64 Sale

25

126,400 Producers Royalty Corp

19

June 26

Feb.

Jan. 28
77
804 Jan. 14 IO44
764 Apr. 10 105
534 Jan. 28 764
524 Apr. 18 §94
31
Feb. 28
40
113
May 15 120
4
Mar. 15
134
334 July 15
14 Feb. 26
274 Feb. 25
84 Mar. 1

1

4,037 Pratt At Lambert
27,910 Premier Gold Mining.......!

12,600

July

Feb. 25

94 Apr.

"64 Au"g"."27

44

Pond Creek Pocahontas Co.*

100 Prentice-Hall

7

Aug. 16
July 23

24

A"ug".'i3

174

2

9

550 Power Corp of Can com.....*

200

.

374

77

1034

.......5
;54,300 Potrero Sugar com
2,100 Powdrell At Alexander......*

13,500

17
69

17
12
8
15
25

.'v-

8
14
26
5
28
14
23
17

67

40

N

Pittsburgh Plate Glass

24
44

12
23 10l
ll
22
14 Mar. 27
24

12

114 Aug.
99

54

Aug.

34

37
54

3

Pittsburgh Forglnga Co....*
Pitts Ac Lake Erie KK

474

Jan. 11
June 19
14 Mar. 30

300 Pitts Bessemer Ac L E RR...50

"3",56O

194
374
444

74 Feb. 27

■■

Prices

Aug. 19

Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
May
Aug.
Aug.
44 Aug.

2

34 Aug. 16
284 Aug. 23
254 Aug. 19
102
Aug. 7
Aug. 21
Aug. 14
Aug. 14
Aug. 3
Aug. 23
44 Aug. 13
474 Aug. 17

24 Aug.
Sale
264 Aug.
Sale
25 4 Aug.
Sale
1014 Sale 1004 Aug.
34
24 Aug.
164
174
174
164 Aug.
Sale
35
364
344 Aug.
37
404 37
Aug.
Sale
2
Sale
14 Aug.
5
4
Aug.
44
44
Sale
Aug.
454 454 45

•

32,900 Parker Rust-Proof coos.....*
800 Pender (O) Grocery cl A....*
Class B..
600
1,750 Peninsula Telep Co com.... •
110
7% preferred
...100
...1
1,800 Penn Max Fuel common
373,000 Pennroad Corp com ttc.. ...I
1,100 Pa Cent Lt A Pr 52.80 pref..*
150
55 preferred..
.......*
3,100 Pa Gas Ac Klec class A......*
25 Pa Pow Ac Lt 56 pref........*
57 preferred
1.220
........
800 Pennsylvania Salt Mfg..
50
14,300 Pa Water At Power...
•
11,630 Pepperell Mf« Co
IN
2,100 Perfect Circle com.........*
280 Pet Milk 7% pref
.IN
11,700 Philadelphia Co com .._...*
25 Phlla Elec Power 8% pref..25
102,700 Phoenix Securittee common. 1
Con? preferred A........10
20,900
21,300 Pie Bakeries lac case....-..*
25
7 A Preferred..
.N
8,300 Pierce Governor Co com....*
1,800 Pines Wlnterfront Co......5
1
167,570 Pioneer Gold Mines Ltd
106,200 Pitney Bowes Postage Meter*

34 Aug.
r

3
27

24

1]

Pacific Pub Serr non-tot com*

69.6(|0

~~3~, 400

«

Sale Prices
Sale
19
Jan. 15
314
70
Feb.
1
974
89
Jan. 29 108
Jan. 15 109
85
90
Apr. 25 964
94 Feb. 28 114
14
4 Mar. 4
4
Jan. 29
104

Sale Prices
314 Aug. 19

,

Sale

54% 1st preferred......25
Pacific Ltg Corp h prof

Sale Prices

Ask

254 Aug. 14
Sale
964 Aug.
1
974
104
1034 Aug. 30 108
1034 1044 103
1074 Sale 106 ^ Aug. 30 108
954 Aug. 5 964
Sale
11
104" *12"" 11
Aug.
1
1
1
Aug.
2
14
14
a
\*
Sale
10
7
Aug.
1
104
84

•

Pacific Eastern Corp..
1
Pacific GAB 0% 1st prof.. 25

Ask Bid
Sale

Bid

Par

20,690 Ohio OU *% prof ........IN
2,130 Ohio Powor 4% preferred. IN
80 Ohio Pub Serv 6% 1st pref 100
8,300 Olletocke Ltd commoa
B
11,000 Outboard Motors cl B coot..*
CI see A coo? prof........*
7,000
10,780 Ovsrssms Socurltloe Co
.*

1,400
2,000
1,800
4,100

"2~666

'

950 Ohio Kdlioa $4 preferred

960

210

-

STOCKS {Continued)
Ohio BraNcUwB

Mar. 25

Aug. 15

98

Aug. 15

14 Feb.
104 Mayt
94 Aug. 19
99
July 10

11

-

Public Service of Colorado—

40

6% 1st preferred....... 180

50

110

7% 1st preferred.......100
'
960 Public Serr of Ind pr pref.
56 preferred.............
850
3,200 Public Service of Nor 111

V

260

;i

500
r

300

o

stock.....60
6% preferred..........100

400
125

7%

V*

Sale

39

41

36

38

39

Com 560 par

1,250

204 Aug.
74 Aug.
35
Aug. 26
35
Aug. 24

41

35

38

234 Aug.
9
134 Aug. 13
40
Aug. 13
35
Aug. 24

Apr. 26

8

Jan.

2

5

Jan.

11

174 Feb. 20
16

Feb.

784 Apr.

7

4
31

-

77

Apr. 11
90
Apr. 26
234 Aug.
9
134 Aug. 13
40
Aug. 13
354 June 12
102
July 29

77

83

Feb. 23

81

May

1

81

May

4 Feb.

preferred..........IN

Jan.

4

1

Public Service of Oklahoma—

50

7% prior Hen pref

100

1

Public Utll Securities—

7,400
5,200

17",800

124 Sale
314 Sale

"44 "54

...

I,635 Quaker Oats com
840
6% preferred......

760
200

•

..IN

7,325 Railway At Light Securities.*
1,100 Rye At Utll Invest cl A com..l
2,500 Rainbow Luminous Prod A.*

1,625

""166

Class B common..........*

4,300

1,900

Raymond Concrete Pile200

125

^

175

Common................*

625

S3

conv

Aug.
124 Aug.
314 Aug.
1

57 part preferred.........*
22,870
•
34,765 Puget Sound P At L 56 pf
55 preferred.......
18,870
...»
13,925 Pure OU Co 6% pref.
.IN
10
18,675 Pyrene Mfg

25

•106
•111

"74 Sale'

Sale

138

44~Aug"i4

3

5

74 Aug. 31

127

2,100
14,800
1,400
5,400
11,500

-

14

100

8,300
1,100

fr

1,100

Reliable Stores com........*
Reliance Internet com A....*

34

Reynolds Invest

1

com

......

Rice Stlx Dry Goods Co.....

34
Sale
11

10

Richfield Oil of Calif pref..25
Richmond Radiat com new.l

Febji

70

June 19

74 Aug. 31

23 1354 July
147
July

14

20
23

64 Mar. 26
4 Jan. 24
Jube 28

164 Aug. 17

4 Aug.

% Aug.

4» June 12

4$ Aug. 13

14 4 Aug.

.

3

il* Aug.

Reeves (Daniel) com........*
Reiter Foster Oil Corp......*

Reybarn Co.. Inc.........If

Jan.

1324

164 Aug. 17

34 Aug.
Aug.
4 Feb.
4 Feb.

34 Aug.

13

800 Raytheon Mfg, vte .....50c
1,500 Red Bank OU Co...........*

1,900
7,000
56,700
8,200
31,700
78,500
3,900
16,900

Mar. 19

Aug. 16
20

4

11

34

64 Mar. 18
13

344 Mar. 30
24 Jan. 14

Aug.
8
184 Aug. 12
404 Aug.
8

Aug. 19
Aug. 12

,[ Aug

15

pref..............*

Aug.
184 Aug.
404 Aug.

_

4
4.

"El

1

1344 Aug,
1324 Aug.
143
Aug.
Aug. 27 146

135
143

133

1324 134
146

174 Sale
36
Sale

8

14 Sale

4 Aug.
54 Aug.
14 Aug.
3
Aug.

3
1

44 Feb. 25
>32 Apr.
2
44 Mar. 14

K:

2

2

6

4 Aug. 23
10
Aug.
8
4 Aug.
1
24 Aug. 22

4 Mar. 15

34 Aug.

14 Aug.
10
Aug.
14 Aug.
3
Aug.

.

16
20
26
26

Aug.
2

Apr.
6
4 Apr. 26
9
July
6
4 July 15
24 Aug. 22
85
Apr.
5

50 Rochester G At E 6% pref. 100

4 Jan. 23
Feb.
5

%
5

Jan.
Jan.

•

3

25

'Aj

14

14 May 27
Feb.

1

74 Jan.
4 May
84 Aug.
2
Aug.
3]
Aug.
Jan.
13
Jan.
123
13
Aug.
3
Aug.
85
Apr.

20

22
17

23
17
7
3
2

21
23

5

Rochester

Telephone Corp—
64 % 1st preferred.....100
1,600 Rogers Majestic Corp cl A.
12,700 Roosevelt Field Inc........5
6,200 Root Petroleum Co com....l
51.20 conv prefer red..... 20
6,000
10,100 Rossla Internet Corp ......*
1,700 Royallte OU Co Ltd........*
30,400 Royal Typewriter com......*

105

10

1,100
3,800
1,500
3,300
100

7,000
1,050
100

•V;

1,175

92,
3,340
1,000
7.000
200

1,700
1,100
2,475

500

5,700

%

4

3,325 Safety Car Heating Ac Ltg.IN
24,100 St Anthony Gold Mining...1
100 St Lawrence Corp Ltd com..*
195,600 St Regis Paper Go.........If
7% preferred...........IN
6,130
1
5,500 Salt Creek Consol OU..
:
lt
52,710 Salt Greek Producers
......5
5,100 Savoy OU Co....
II,200 Schlff Go com..............*
•
4,200 Schulte Real Estate com.
25
8,400 ScovlUe Mfg Go
Scranton-Spring Brook




14 Aug.
14 Aug.
8 " Aug. 16

*A% Aug. 20

264
66 4
54

Sale
67 4
6

304

"32

254 Aug.
5
' Aug. 21
54 Aug.
1
Aug.

63

65

64

\*

U

%

4

74

4

4

"l4 Sale
Sale

24

74

"24 "Sale
Sale

34

4

4

Sale^

Aug.
4 Aug.

244

264

29

Sail*

V14 Aug. 17
83

IK
1

34
4

234
154 May 15

"i 4 Aug.
24

4
64
284
4

244

Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 26
Aug. 14
Aug.
Aug. 14
Aug. 14

56.

14 Sale
49

50

4

Sale

24
44

4

24
494
*

14 Aug.
48

' Aug. 28
4 Aug.

Jan.

22

May
2
Aug. 31
July 10
Apr. 15
ay 20
Aug. 22
Aug.
5
_

68
5

6

1

May 17

Mar. 29
Apr. 16

83

Aug. 16
4 Jan.
8
4 May
9

Jan,
34 Apr.

4 Mar.

Aug. 16
4 Aug.

34 Aug.
Aug.
4 Aug.
74 Aug.
4 Aug.
31
Aug.
4 Aug.
274 Aug.

43

Mar. 22

4
2

41

May

4

"284 Sale

3
3

14 Aug. 14
34 Aug. 31
10
Aug. 30
4« Aug.
234 Aug. 24
324 Aug. 22
68
Aug.
"
54 Aug.

9

Mar. 14
Mar. 15

12
13

Jan. 29
Mar. 27

16
Mar. 18
June
8
Jan.

14
5
19
22

Mar. 25

34 Aug. 14
50
Aug.
4 Aug. 6

Mar. 26
Mar. 13
Mar. 15
Mar. 15

Water Serv 56 pref........

13,900 Securities Corp Gen*l com..*
*
5,900 Seaman Bros coasmon..
23,400 Segal Lock At Hardware com *

footnotes see page

V<i

34 Sale
94 Sale
4.
4«

234 Aug. 24

:

50

9,100

10

9

9,500 Ryan Coneol Petroleum...

2,900

4,600

Ruberold Co

....IN
5,400 Russeks Fifth Ave Inc.....

10,328

,

6

14 Sale
24 Sale

Mar. 22 xl05
Mar. 29
94
24
Apr. 11
Feb.
4
34
12
Apr.
5
Feb.
5
Aug. 24 26x4

43

Feb.

8

34 Aug. 12
Aug. 13

43
1

Jan.

4

74 May 11
1
Jan. 31
334 Jan.
5
4 Aug. 19
274 Aug. 22
Mar.
34 Aug.
May
4 Jan.

27

50

26
14
28
25

M-

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_

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aqqbeqate

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j

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Jan.

August

600

\

850

.

•

1,600
2,300
10,500
1,100

•

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4,100
9,100
23,200
46,500
8,640
4,200
11,500

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900

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3,700

,

•

13

1

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134

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32
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Shattuck Denn Mining

334

5

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3,300
52,400
325,800
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pref A

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1

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25

1,100
10
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200
425

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3,950
2,700
300

22,000
63,100

t

100

19,400
700

5,200
20
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2,200
4,500
1,800
17,900
47,500

8,500 Taggart Corp com .......—*
27,000 Tampa Electric Co.....
*
2,300 Tastyeast Inc class A new__l
*
537,000 Technicolor Inc common
190,900 Teck Hughes Gold Mines...*
750 Tenn El Pow 7% 1st pref..l00
2,100 Tenn Products Corp com...*
146,200 Texas Gulf Producing......*
425 Texas P & L 7% pref
100
*
41,600 Texon Oil A Land Co.
2,925 Thermold Co 7% pref
100
1,225 Tobacco A Allied Stocks....*
33,700 Tobacco Prod Exports..
*

75

500

28,500

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154

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8

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5
17

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24
26

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:34 June
6
7
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3 34 Aug. 24
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2
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6
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26
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•

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8
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15
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354 Aug. 6
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.434 Aug, 29
28
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2654 Aug. 26
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3934 Aug.
1

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2

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134
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334 Sale

1

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23% Sale
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4

3

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3434 Aug. 28
3
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;

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29

2

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2

34 Aug. 22

1

454 Aug.

Am dep rets ord reg shs..£l
.2,000
Am dep rets def reg......5s
3,300
6,000 Todd Shipyards Corp.......*
250 Toledo Edison 6% pref..100
190
7% preferred A........ 100
2,500 Tonopah Belmont Develop..1
9,000 Tonopah Mining of Nev....l
66,700 Trans-Lux Pict Screen com.l
33,100 Trl-Contlnental Corp Warr__

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9

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1

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934 Aug.
1434 Aug.
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3
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1
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1
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2154 Aug. 12
1134 Aug. 20
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5
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5
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21

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1954

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6
28

28

32

Mar. 21

103

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2

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Aug. 13

89

Apr.

254
3634
134
2234
434
73
34

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

54 June
1
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9
1

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23
19
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1
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23
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2
2
6
5
9
7
15

10

Mar.

Mar. 29

34 Apr. 24

1034 Jan. 15
234 Mar. 9
28k Aug. 28
4534 Jan.
5

X July
1154 Jan.
3k Jan.
48
Feb.
54. July

254 July
;

98

234 Sale
134 Sale

:

234
134

254
154

16
18
29
6

10
11

7
Mar. 14

5

7

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60

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34
54
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5

23
23
28
22
11
10
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54 Apr. 30
34 June 20
26
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9
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54 Jan. 15
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834 July 25
28
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2154 Feb. 19
12
May 16
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9934 May 13
5
Aug. 13
434 Aug. 14
21
Aug.
5
34 June 11

28k Aug.

1
Apr. 10
354 Apr. 10
19
26
2

4
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1534 Mar. 2
2

Jan.

9

9« July 10
334 Feb. 16
1454 Jan.
7
554 Aug. 20
46
Aug.
2
134 Jan.
2

25
3

June 11
Feb. 14

3634 Apr. 22
58 k Feb. 21
354 May 27
Aug. 13

9 100

134 Feb. 11

254 Aug. 16
3634 Aug. 21
134 July 12
27

June

4

454 Mar. 4
7634 July 11
H Jan. 28
454 May
3
July
2
634 Jan.
4
4834 Aug. 27
68
Aug. 10
2 54 Jan.
2
93

■

1954 Apr. 30
5
July
3
26

34 Aug.
Apr.
434 Aug.
1
Apr.
634 July
2854 May
5234 Feb.

14

Feb,

2234 May

Aug. 27
Aug. 10
234 Aug. 5

68

V

8

234 Mar. 27
40

16
21
3
2
24
30
15
16

15

;

50 k July
14 54 July
8 107
Feb.

334 Aug. 14
1034 June 18
134 May 25
634 Jan. 15
1
July
2

Aug. 10

June

2654 Aug. 26
25k Aug. 28
3934 July 26
454 Aug.
9

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Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

134 Aug.
Aug.
54 Aug.
1834 Aug.
354 Aug.
72
Aug.
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254 Aug.

30

54 Mar. 7
4234 Mar. 19
9k Mar. 6

9
Aug.28
Aug. 20
134
14
Aug.
1
Aug. 21
554
Aug. 30 46
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1
134
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5
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6
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25

534
2634

2

Mar. 8
54 Apr. 24

9

54 Aug.
8
234 Aug. 8
Aug. 22
1454 Aug. 12

12

Jan.

754 Mar. 18
Mar. 30

Ilk

49

13 107
Aug. 13
14
334 Aug. 14

1

18

75
34

37a

9

100
1

24

4

X Aug. 26
2934 Mar. 30
2k Aug. 24
554 July 24
1034 Apr.
3

2

854

9

July 29
234 Aug. 21
454 Jan.
7

24 108

",
34 June 20
17
May
1
29
May 29

k Aug. 7
3534 Aug.
1
2k Aug. 24

34

234

954
1054
134
134
1054 Sale
354
434
4434
46
134 Sale
2034 Sale

7

.

28k~Aug.26

...

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19

Jan.
9
June
7
Jan.
3
Mar. 28
Feb. 19

la Apr.

56 Aug. 12

"2lk Aug"." "2

54 Aug.
154 Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
"1434 "1434 "12k "14" 13
105
107
107
Aug.
334 Aug.
334
334
334
3 54
1134 Sale
1134 Aug.
A Sale
154 Sale

Jan.

334
54
454
2154
4534

.34 Aug. 14
6
Aug.5
2554 Aug. 27
4934 Aug. 13

.

24

Sale

22

9

•/5s

Jan.

34 Apr.
104

"ix "ix

x

76k

•

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Feb.

Apr.
4
334 Apr. 10
2034 Jan.
3
1734 Jan.
3
:153s Jan.
4
2834 Jan.
7

in

13%

*

14

23
134 Aug. 2
334 Aug. 13
2554 Aug. 23
2434 Aug.
1
23
Aug.
1

.

"

;

234 Mar.

54'Aug. 14

3
Apr. 25
54 Apr,9
1254 Mar. 27

Aug.

:

5334 .46

10k

—

'

Mar. 15

234 Jan. ■
Apr.
Aug.
7634 Aug.
77 c
Aug.
34

1234 Jan. 24

%

"

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13,700 Starrett Corp com.... .....1
30,600
6% preferred
.......10
1,375 Steel Co of Can Ltd ord.....*
9,500 Stein (A) A Co com
_„i.—*
530
6 X % pref
100
2,700 Sterling Brewers Inc
1
3,200 Stetson (John B) Co com...*
1,200 Stinnes (Hugo) Corp.......5
900 Stroock (S) & Co Inc......*
83,300 Stutx Motor Car Go......—*
12,900 Sullivan Machinery Co.....*
6,249 Sun Investing Co com......*
2,600
|3 conv pref.........
*
5
108,800 Sunray Oil
852,300 Sunshine Mining Co......10c
1,500 Swan-Pinch Oil Corp .....15
15
145,300 Swift International....
7,050 Swiss-American Klec pref.100
52,400 Swiss Oil Corp
1
130 Syracuse Ltg 6% pref..... 100

7,800

1(^,900
•

■

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....

26,400

'

850
4,600

300 Stahl-Meyer Inc com.......*
3,400 Standard Brewtnk Co......*
3,025 Standard Cap A Seal com...5
200 Standard Dredging com:
*
;
; 250
Preferred
*
5,310 Standard Invest $534 pref..*
!
162,800 Standard OH (Kentucky).. 10
9,500 Standard Oil (Nebraska)
25
34,730 Standard OH (Ohio) com. .25
2,050
100
5% pref
8,100 Standard Power A Lt com..*
Class B common..........*
5,900
j.
Preferred
2,400
....*
1
284,000 Standard Silver Lead

200

•

*

334
*
34
434
15 x

13,300 Square D Co class B com....*

600

'

-

434

334
49

57

.

,*a
100

V",

j

100

34

9,700 Southern Nat Gas Co com—*
30 South New Engl Telep Co. 100
3,700 Southern Pipe Line.......10
1,000 Southern Union Gas com—•
38,000 Southland Royalty Co.....5
......—25
62,000 South Penn Oil
•

•

4X

2
19

k Corona

Typewriter ▼ t e
Sonotone Corp..

35,000
534% pref class C
i
25
1,675
5% orlklnal pref........25
2'500 Southern Colo Pow cl A..25

'

•

■■■>1,400
1

33.300

.

354
5534

Sale Prices

4634 Mar. 15

5 34 Aug;' 6

ilWl V

1534
1234

48

24

Highest

.

Aug. '2 10754 Aug. 31
Aug. 26 10854,Aug. 16

1
19

284~ ~Aug. 28

; 2

£8 - Jan.
;f 54 Mar.

f 254 Aug. 16

-':

.

:^134 July 18

234 Aug.
1
334 Aug, 24
1654,Aug.- 5 '1934 Aug; 13
; AugV 20
.3154 Aug. 6

'-,.y

'<*

10
19

,30

2034
2lk
100
10754 Sale
106
107
Sale

1934 Sale
10334 Sale
107 X Sale

21

Aug.26

254 Aug. 16
34 Aug. • 7

334 Sale

"30k Sale"

5
119

1

•

1,000
17,200
42,700
1,000
4,300
6,800

*
——ISO
£1

...........

Am dep rets ord rek shs
3,100
106,416 Smith (A O) Corp com
•
500 Smith (Howard) Paper Mills *

8,100

•

■'

434 Aug.-28

Sale

5

454
534
234 Sale

1434

Shawinlflan Water & Power.*
Sheaffer (W A) Pen com....*

Sinker Mfk Ltd

700

•

2
-154; Aug,'
33 $ Aug.
7
2';nAug.
7 .7634 Aug.

"Aug.

68

""""34 "":k

*

_....*

com

Conv preferred
''300
2.450 Sinker Mfg Co

i
"

-

Lowest

Sale Prices

; Aug: 19

134:'Aug.

Simmons Boardman Pub Co—

510

Highest
Stile Prices

-'

SaU Prices ''

"i'X Sale" "ik" ik

_._£1

dep ret*

Sentry Safety Control...

13,000
$3 Conv pref
...25
: 76,255 Sherwln-WllUam* Co coin. .25
3,800
6% preferred AA ......100

:

7.900
1,030

:-.r-

.*f;}

Selfrid fie Prov Stores, Ltd—

1

200

•

.

Par

5,400 Selberllng Rubber com.....*
3,000 Selby Shoe Co com.....I...*
75,400 Selected Industrie*........1
10,200
15.50 prior stock.........*
Allotment certificates.....
29,955

"

36,100
3,550
3,000

■

{Continues)

range since

august^w

r

Aug 311935
STOCKS

prices in,

July 1 1933

1

Shares

f: Shares

•

NEW TORE
CURB EXCHANGE

,

Aug.
5 28 k Aug". 22
Aug.
7
Aug.
7 98
Aug. 21
Aug. 21 104
34 Aug. 30
Aug. 30
54 Aug. 14
Aug. 12
234 Aug. 23
Aug.
1
Aug.
7
134 Aug. 16

2334 Jan. 31

1854 Aug. 21
II
Aug. 26
7 ' Aug. 24

1634 July 19
10 k Juae
3
7
July 19

68

Jan.

83

Jan.

18
21

34 Apr. 12
34 Feb.
7
2
Apr. 11
34 Mar. 18

24
7

Jan.
Jan.

Apr.
Aug.
104
July
54 Apr.
134 Apr.
334 Feb.
33
98

7
7
11

7

23
29
29
14
134 Aug. 16

Triplex Safety Glass Ltd—
200

Am rets for ord. shs. reg£l
700 Trl-State Tel & Tel 6% pfd.10
*
1,000 Trunx Pork Stores Inc
Tubixe Chatillon Corp—
Common..
1
41,600
Class A................—1
11,900
72,700 Tung Sol Lamp Wks com...*
S3 conv pref
10,000
.*

1,500

400

100

16,700
6,100
18,900
1.100
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v. ;•

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.........

18

7
3

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12

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1154
1234
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4334 Sale

654 Sale
1934
2034
654
7

Aug.
2
1034 Aug. 28
7
Aug. 24
354 Aug.
1134 Aug.
654 Aug.
43
Aug.

1
2
8
2

3

Aug. 19
20
Aug. 29
754 Aug.
1
45
Aug. 6

Apr. 18
1054 July 18
334 Apr.
2
29
Jan. 16

"""906
■,

"5",600

:

'

1,400
4,600 Union Amer Invest com....*
t
Union Elec Lt & Pow (111)—
25
6% Preferred
.100
19,500 Union Gas of Canada ......*

"

16

"23"" "24"" "25"" "22k Aug".""2

"22"

■

25

19k

234 Mar. 6
Mar. 13

25

1*

4

" Sale

100 Union Oil Calif debt rights..

'*"4.806

24,700

.5,300

V:

10,400
16,700

4,000
200
200

?

334

United Carr Fastener com..*

Ik

434 Sale
Sale

19

United Chemicals Inc—

'

31,900
5,100
218,100
299,300
21,200

13,000

!

4,700
2,500
60,200
36,000
423,400
763,000
123,800
106,200

150

173,800
10,600
115,900

Common

93 cum partic pref

United Founders com...... 1
United Gas common .......1

97 preferred.............*
Warrants

13H

United Lt A Power

32,000
247,600

96 conv 1st pref

Common class B

see page

56.

15^

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th

*

334

t% pref... 100

297,000




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United Dry Docks com......*

670 United G A E

F«r footnotes

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1

""6k Aug".'l6

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2

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18
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1

com

A...*

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3934
4234
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34
54

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334 Sale
Sale
34 Sale

76

1% Sale
254

2

Sale

20

2

Aug. 19
Aug. 29

754 July
July

31
30

234 May 23
Aug. 16

6

734
35
3854
134 Sale
34
54
% Sale
434 Sale
7534 Sale
% Sale

554
3854
54
34

%
254
68

A

234 Sale
454 Sale
1454 Sale

134

2k
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Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2

1
26
2
6
1

28
28
1
8
1

%
28

734 Aug. 30
20
Aug. 13
634 Aug. 19
40
Aug.
8
154 Aug. 22
54 Aug.
2
134 Aug. 19
454 Aug. 17
7834 Aug. 12

?

June

254
21 k
54
%

Apr.
Mar.

5

9

Apr. 18

X Mar.

Mar.

9

6

34 Mar. 11
54

Jan.

2

54 Mar. 13
1

734 Aug. 30
20

Feb.

19

334 Mar. 14

Aug. 13

734 July

Mar. 14

k Mar. 14
35

Aug. 16
34 June 13
34 Jan.
2
5
Apr. 24

6

354 Mar. 22
1434 Jan. 11

% Aug. 19
8134 Aug. 17
334 Aug. 17
654 Aug. 17
22 k Aug. 10

6k

May 24
34 June 13
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9

534

754 Sale
18
1834

75

13

4

4

4

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Warrants

Aug.16

7

10334 June 26 10334 June 26

Union Tobacco Co common.*

50 Union Traction Co..
....50
United Aircraft A Transp—

Jan.

45

7

Unexcelled Mfg Co Inc.....10

—

1854 Aug. 21
Aug. 26

11
9

40
*

Aug.

11
8

154 Aug. 22

36 Jan.
134 Aug.
454 Aug.
80
July
% Aug.
8134 Aug.

3k

23
19
17
18
19
17

Aug. 17

654 Aug. 17
2234 Aug. 10

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••

•'

J

"3",600
•

210

1,000
37.900
4,100

13,500

73,600

8,200
'

600

.

-400

1,300
100

:;1,200

,

750

V;

i

5,600
500

1,700
200

1,600

32.400
3,500
,

400

Sale

J* A*
Sale

68

>A
3554

....10

H
36 54

"l2%
68 X
36

...

•1,200
1,450
24,300
11,150

Utah Radio Prod com..'

"l7X Sale"

Universal Pictures com.....l
Universal Products Co......*
Utah Apex Mining Co.......5

<•

:

;100

Sale
Sale

Sale

4

Sale

70

54 'AX
38

)X%

10,275
Priority Stock
I...*
13,100 Utility Ac Ind Corp com.....*
15,700
Preferred
._....*

203,400 Utll Pow Ac Light com...!.
1
32,100
7% preferred....
..100

11

1,000 Venezuela Mex Oil Corp... 10
239,200 Venezuelan Petroleum...__5
3,000 Vogt Mfg Corp
.
33,100 Waco Aircraft Co..........*
"500 Wahl (The) Co common
*
5,600 Waltt A Bond Inc class A..*
3.400
Class B
•
5,000 Walgreen Co warrants.
Walker (Hiram) Gooderham
Ac Worts
257,810
common.....__..*
Preferred
30,200
*
3,800 Walker Mining
]

Sale

Sale

68 X
Sale
Sale

IX
1454

1554

2

154 Sale
1354

6A

1X
1454

Sale

1

13

i»

8

a

28 54

Sale
17 X Sale
154 Sale

32,200
12,600
3,150
125
140

:385

IX

26

Sale

17 X Aug.

Wayne Pump Co common__ *
Wenden Copper Mining
1
Western Air Express Corp__l

12 V8

254 Sale
52 54 Sale

Western Auto Supply coin A *
Western Cartridge 6%

Sale

454
5454

Sale

56

pf.100

Common

625

Aug.
5 60
Aug. 26 102

101

1454

_._.*

West Texas Utilities

'

Aug.

18,700
800
500

500
400
200

.Jan. 16
54. July
3
X Jan. 17
'32 Jan.
2
5i Mar. 14

1054 Mar. 15
X Mar. 13

:

'41X Apr.
'

1

40^ Aug. 28
Feb. .8
uA»

54 Aug. 22
'32 Jan.1 2
2

Jan.

15

1554 Sale

1434 Aug.

2

72

Aug. 22
54 Feb. 21

w54 Apr. 9
3054 Mar. 19
''■XX June 28

3854 May 21

10

22

16

54 Feb.

4

% Aug.

*,

July

3

54 Mar. 25

^

254 Apr.
154 Aug.
•'

4
1

354 Jan. 22
7 \

■:2
13
•t>

I

16'

Jan.

31

Aug.
7
July 25
July 17
Jan.

8

Aug.

1

8

Apr. 15

,84

Mar. 11
1

43X Jan. 28

54
7,
54
>, 3X
1

May 21
Mar. 13

Feb. 28
Mar. 5

354 Aug. 19
Aug. 17
154 Aug. 16
3
% Aug.
Jan.

m June

154 J an.
3154 Aug.
Aug.
100
Aug.
354 Aug.
72
Aug.
154 Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
1754 Aug.

18

354 Mar. 22
2 ; Aug.
8
454 Feb. 20
54 Mar. 13
A Aug.
1

10

6]
2)

1,650
111,400
3,400
1,700
1,900
1,000
7,000

7%

preferred.....

W Va Coal Ac Coke
com.....*

Williams (R O 5c Co.— ..*
Williams Oil-O-Matic Htg_._*
Wil-Low Cafeterias com....l

Convertible

56,000
21,000
114,000
35,000

1,231,000
51,000
536,000
277,000
159,000
52,000
10,000
391,000

1,167,000
76,000

1,192,606
4,000
107,000
1,205,000

142,000
1.041,000
69,000
8,000
96,000

; 437,000
'

497,000
43,000

155,000
81,000

201,000
892,000

4X Sale

7Xy 9X
X

Aug. 13
Aug. 24

1554 Aug.

8

8

6
15
19
15
14
22
13

Feb.
Mar.

11
22
14
17

25
18
1

May 16
Jan.

8

14M Aug. 22
Mar. J8
Aug. 31

4&

48

July

Mar. 18

Jan.

July

46]
74]

Mar. 14

Feb.

Mar

Aug.

12

47

Aug.

2

28

Jan.

Aug. 15 10254 Aug. 29
Aug. 5
454 Aug. 22
Aug. 15 10
Aug.
9
654 Aug. 21
Aug.
1
54 Aug.
5
34 Aug. 26
254 Aug. 28
354 Aug. 23
23
Aug. 13 2354 Aug.
5

99
3

63

16 102

Jan.

7
3

July
Apr.

Aug.

7

10154
434
734
434

"~X

preferred....*

2

3

Wilson Jones Co com._...._*
100 Winnipeg Electric
Co...
*
100 Wolverine Port Cement....10

23

24

$

•

4.

"

131,700 Yukon Gold Co............5

587',606

10

98

12

46 ;

101X Sale
4% Sale
7; "

...100

13.200

•

July
Aug.
Aug.
May

1!
154 Jan.

y.

3

May 11
Aug. 15
Aug. 10

nn

Jan.

5
June 27

Aug. 12

Co—"

$6 preferred.............*

2,400
78,900

12,000
314,000
+." 75,000
>
98,000
84,000
246,000
125,000
3,000
99,000
40,000
34,000
76.000

8

1854 July 29

3
2

2

11

Aug. 12

554 June

17

2354 Apr.
1654 Jan.
54 Jan.
54 Jan.
1254 Aug.
% June

Feb.

is*

Jan.

%

4

22

354 Aug. 12

Jan.

J 54 Mar. 13
8

12
7
12

"12"" Aug"." 12

61,500 Woodley Petroleum Corp.._l
Wool worth (F W) Ltd—
Am dep rets ord shares..5s
15,800
479,300 Wright-Hargreaves Ltd.....*

•

3

1354 Jan.
4
2
Aug. 22

11

May
8
Aug. 24

15

1554 Aug.
8
754 June 27
12
Aug. 12
47

Aug.

2

•

•'

18,900

5

554 Jan. 24
154' June
8
754 Apr. 25
85
July 18

Westvaco Chlorine Prod—

425

13

Stationery

v t c

.

125

1254 Aug"."28 14 K "Aug."22
y8 Aug.
8
54 Aug. 10
2X Aug.
1
434 Aug. 31
5254 Aug.
1 57
Aug. 21
100
Aug. 27 10154 Aug.
7
52

50 Westmoreland Coal Co.....*
25 Westmoreland Inc..
*

;

9
18X Aug. 12
134 Aug.
1

4% July
38

Western Maryland Ry—

4,800

25

1
7

29 34 Aug.

Watson (John Warren) Co..*

Western Tablet Ac

1,900

; ■ Aug. 10

654 Aug.
1
234 Aug. 22
10
Aug. 14
IX Aug. 16
34 Aug. 15

> Aug. 27

IK Aug.

Aug. 23
Aug. 15

2

Aug.

Sale

2

7% 1st preferred.......100
280 Western Power 7% pref.._100

100

,;

2

17

954 Aug.
154 Aug.
54 Aug.

54 Sale

x

■

5X Aug.

"lo""

'

Aug:v.12

M

'Aug.
Aug.

554
9X
IX

1
"

3^

*' Aug.

IX

xm

2

"954 "16"'

....

3,500
10,200
127,000
31,700
17,950
1,100

Aug.

* Aug.

2H Aug.
Vs Aug.
11
Aug.

Sale

•

lb",266

' Aug.
54 Aug.

Aug.
2X Aug.
66X Aug.
X Aug.

Sale

Feb. 13
2

4

Aug.
1
■1654 Aug.y 2
7,
Aug. 19
Aug. 10
Aug.
8
100
Aug.' 6
3X Aug. 15
72
AUg. 19
XX Aug. 15
Aug. 14
AUg. 22
Aug. 13

3

Jan.

Aug. 22

<Aug.;i2

Aug.

;

27
1
98

660

2

19:
2

'

11

3

Jan.

PMar. 5
36

'

16""

" Sale

1

VA Aug, 16
% Aug,
3
134 Aug!"- 5

IK Aug.

3

Aug4fl

15

.

At)g- 22

vssm&x

2Xj Aug.

,2 H Sale
254

354

v

% Aug.
X Aug.

Sale

'

3634 Aug. 2^

54 Aug.

X

2854 Sale

354 Sale
69 54 Sale
% Sale
254 Sale

J2.

,;AAug:;19

9

Jan.
'

lX%X

Aug.' 22

2

3X Aug.
t' Aug.

A

332 Aug. 14

Jan.

,

I

A3K'Aug."?2

15

X

,;AUgv22

•

1X Aug.
67 X Aug.
54 Aug,
35 K Aug.

*

99

3
8

1154 Aug.

14

Utah Power Ac Light pref_._*

Aug.

"ili

"~X Sale" ""X

195 Utica Gas & Elec 7% pf._.100
50.700 Utility Equities com .......*

;

K.Aug.'"' 5
HAug.

" Sale

15

.....100

.Aug.

132

X

80

900

~~~x ~~iy»

~X

300

64,100

X
Sale

A Sale

X
2X
1 y8

-

Highest
Sale Prices

8
29;.

' .Aug,;/; 5

K "Aug"." 13
#Aug... 8
f 'AU?. 27

8054'Aug. 2

"'X "~X

54

3,000
2,600

200

70

39

30,600 United Stores Corp com'vtc *
98,900 United Verde Extension..50c
53,800 United Wall Paper
2
•2,800 Universal Consol Oil Co... 10
4,350 Universal Insurance.. .....8

400

•38'

JA^Au^O

Sale

/V: 2,000 U S Rubber Reclaiming
*
"100 U S Stores Corp
'-...*

"Y.oBo

9,900
3,650
8,300
8,700
71,200
12,200

7% preferred

I

i;Aug;;

Lowest
Sale Prices

Highest
Sale Prices
4X Aug.- 6

4X
n"'954

U. S Radiator common..!...*

*' 1,550

•

7,800
15,700
48,100

100

sl'ti

12X

com

XX

?k

S Lines Inc preff...;......*

'5,300 U S Playing Card

.fM-

(

U S Foil Class B_._.

4,200 U

800
-

t

Sale Prices
38

30,200 USA: Internet Sec com....*
1st preferred with warr
19,900
•

3,500

;

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1

v

»

J

••J Lowest

Ask

S3 preferred..
United Molasses Co Ltd—

Am dep rets for ord reg_.£l
13,000 Unit Profit Sharlntf com....*
'300
Preferred........
.'...10
28,075 United Shoe Mach com....35
2,420 «Preferred
3,100 U S Dairy Products class B..*
56,300 U S Elec Pow com w W...1...1
Stock purchase warrants..
'6,800
1,500 U S Finishing common.....*

1

Aug.ZX

Ask Bid

Bid

'

'

5,000
1,100

1

Aug.

Aug.3\ 1935

'I!/825
37,8^0

51

*

;v

STOCKS (Concluded.) ' Par
Shares
",'858 United Milk Products com..1'

41

PRICES IN AUGUST.

curs. exchange

Jan. 1

;

Shares

exchange

Low from
July 1 1933

new york
Since

In,

; .

curb

york

IX

Abbott's Dairy 6s.......1942
Alabama Power 4 Hi*
1967
1st Ac ref 5s
.'
1956

86 X
98 X
*"

J'-----

..1946

Sale

Sale

Aluminum Ltd 5s

..1948

rx

5*

5a ctfs of deposit

*•

4,667,000 Arkansas Pr ft Lt 5s
5,101,000 Associated Elec 454 s

99

Sale

10751 Sale

4

5~f Aug.""3

6

Aug. 28

2754 Aug. 23
654 Aug. 23

2854 Aug. 15
754 Aug. 28

154 Aug. 26

17
8

Apr. 24

1754 Jan.

4

Mar. 28

654 Aug. 21
% Feb.
5

June 20
2

2754 May 20

1>4 July 31
>354 June 13
9
354 Jan.

154 July 31
354 June 13
6
May 22

Jan.

v,

>154 Aug. 15

Sale'
Sale

14

24

Mar. 14

654 Aug. 23
54 Mar. 13

6

Jan.

3

2854 Aug. 15
10

Mar.

25? July

4

15

40

Sale

Sale"

m
62
41
64

Sale

Sale

Sale

90

Sale

'9954 Sale" '99X Sale"
Sale

10554 Sale
10854 Sale

58

Aug.
101
Aug.
254 Aug.
Aug.

16
5

Jan.

4

Jan.

9
14
22
23
14
2
17
19
8
15

3

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2

16

Aug. 15
Jan.

10554 Aug. 16
90

July

9
9
6
12
10154 July 10
10754 July 17
10554 July 15
104
Aug. 17
654 Aug. 19
102
Apr. 17
1754 July 11

2 101X July
15
9554 July
3 104J4 July

Jan.

4

July

11

Jan.

11

Mar. 26

8

Mar.

8

2054

9554
109

Sale"
Sale

954

"9554 Sale"
46

Sale

23

83

Aug.
10454 Aug.
9954 Aug.

9154 Aug.
105
Aug.
100
Aug.
9954 Aug.
10554 Aug.
110
Aug.
108
Aug.
9654 Aug.
5454 Aug.

4§ " Sale'

Sale

105
Aug.
10654 Aug.
10754 Aug.
95 ;■
Aug.
44
Aug.

23

Aug.

1

Aug.

1

2634 Aug.
Aug.

6
3
3

35

8

Jan.

10254 Aug. 26 10654 Aug. 19
3954 Aug. 27 4354 Aug. 19
40
Aug.
1
4054 Aug.
2
3454 Aug. 9 4054 Aug/19
3454 Aug. 2 36
Aug. 12

9554 Aug.

.:</•

1953

6s without warrants...
19381

91

96

1956

Baldwin Locomotive Works
6s with warrants
1938

9854 Aug.
Aug.

107 ■;
105

14

105 X

37X Sale'

99
50

316,000 Assoc Gas Ac Elec 4H*
1948
1,000
454* registered
1948
5,634,000
6a...
..1968
26,000
Registered..............
722,000
SHs inv ctfs
...1938
5,412,000
4Hs series C
1949
2,000
454* registered........1949
808,000
$>4«
1977
Conv deb 5s..........1950
4,310,000
480,000 Aosoc Rayon Corp 5s.... 1950
142,000 Assoc Telep Co Ltd 5s... 1965
1,626,000 Assoc Tel 8t Tel 554* A...1955
1,858,000 Assoc Tel Utll 5Hs
1944
2,563,000
Certificates of deposit
185,000
2-year 6% secured notes.*33
427,000
Certificates of deposit...
369,000 Atlas Plywood 554*
..1943

10554 Aug.
87
Aug.
98 X Aug.
9154 Aug.
10454 Aug.
10054 Aug.
10754 Aug.
10554 Aug.
104
Aug.
5
Aug.
100
Aug.
17
Aug.

Mar.

10554

..1953

1941

10454 Aug.
8154 Aug.
9754 Aug.
89
Aug.
102 ' Aug.

10034 Aug.

..1953

4,411,000 Amer Rolling Mills 5s
1948
1,847,000 Amer Seating 6s
...1936
3,296,000 Appalachian El Pr 5s
1956
813,000 Appalachian Power 6s.^.2024

56.

83 X Sale
9754 Sale

102X

Community Pow 5Hi 1953

6s series A reg
.1957
Amer Gas dc Elec deb 5s ..2028
Amer Gas 8c Power 6s
1939
6s ctfs of
deposit...... 1939




ix

1952

Amer Ac Continental 5s.. 1943
Amer Elec Pow deb 6s... 1957

For footnotes see page

27X
27X
7X Sale

Sale

.....1951
s

5s called

149,000

Sale
Sale

f deb 5s..l953

1st Ac ref 5s

Aluminum Co

Am

IX

Sale

Sale

..1968

1st 5s.

American Power Ac Light
6s without warrants..2016
14,389,000
670,000 Amer Radiator deb 4 Ha..1947

1,110,000
3,569,000

27X
27X
7% Sale

6

June

June 11

BONDS

!

56,000
2,357,000
782,000
1,454,000
1,690,000
2,557,000
1,196,000
18,000
2,520,000
74,000
522,000
1,374,000
10,000
9,390,000
982,000
170,000
1,508,000
318,000

554 Sale

105
5

2 10654 Aug. 19

Jan. 29
June 14
Jan.

29

May 22

4354 Aug. 19
Aug.
2
Aug. 19
36
Aug. 12

IP

15

5054 Jan.

23

10354 Jan.

106

Feb.

16

9454 Apr.

100

Jan.

19

74

23

lOl'

5
9954 July
10654 May 27

23

9154 Aug. 15

Jan.
Jan.

8454 Jan.
10554 Feb.

111

June 21

109

Mar. 18

7

7354 Jan.

98

17

2954 Feb.

July 10
5454 Aug. 17

13

28

Aug. 17

12

951

"25"" Sale'

30X

Sale'

Sale

2954

Sale'

"3054 Sale"
23
26

Sale

32

Sale

11

24

Sale

31

Sale

34
9
8

6654 Sale
10454 Sale
75

Sale

2254 Sale
2254 Sale

24 X

Sale
24 X Sale

22

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
6654 Aug.
104 '
Aug.
6854 Aug.
22
Aug.
2154 Aug.
41 :
Aug.
41
Aug.
7954 Aug.
26

24

1354
1354

41

Sale

41

Sale

47

8054 Sale

m

6154 Sale

60

Sale

55

58

58

Sale

52

Sale

~

30

11

:i!8

24

Aug. 19
Aug. 19

'3754 Aug".'19
30
Aug. 14
Aug. 17
3454 Aug. 17
40

38

Aug. 19
Aug. 19
6954 Aug. 16

Feb.

35

24

"UK

July

24

12

Mar.

13

Mar.

§ ZH
30
40

1454 Mar.
11
Mar.
22 ?4 July

1454 Mar.
1254 Mar.
Apr.

17

1454 Jan.

17
15
14
30

20
20
78

63
Aug.
6054 Aug.

1
9

28

1
3

99

Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.

17
3
19
14
17
17
25
19
19

3454
2254
3854
3754
7554 Feb. 16
1
10454 Aug.
7554 Feb. 18
28
Aug. 17
28
Aug. 17

60

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
28
Aug.
6354 Aug.
63
Aug.
8254 Aug.

w

7
9

Jan.

5754 Jan.
1454 Jan.
Jan.

6354

Jan.
Mar.

63

aui: ii

86

Jan.

3254 Apr. 17

81

Jan.

3051 Apr.

68

Jan.

16

22

26

new

52

new york
curb exchange

August

Since
Jan. 1
$

Aug. 311935

5a.—1*55

137,000
97,000
33,000
326,000
27,000
108,000
5,000
3,000

•

•

•

;

-

1,192,000 Canada Nor Power 5s
1953
1.833,000 Canadian Pacific Ry 6s.. 1942
367,000 Capital Admin 5s A s W..1953
5,113,000 Carolina Pr 5k Lt 5s
1956
416,000 Cedar Rap Mfg ft Pow 5s. 1953
1,664,000 Cent Arlsona L ft P 5s—1969
94,000 central German Pow 6e..l984
83,000 Cent Illinois Light 5s
1943

576,000
147,000
192,000
118,000
167,000
65,000
69,000
97,000
878,000

<

921,000
945,000
422,000
412,000
242,000
3,128.000
751,000
161,000
819,000
121,000
193,000

4,017,000
1,292,000
1,669,000
763,000
1,788,000
692,000
830,000
1,370,000
6,221,000
5,158,000
7,556,000
3,470,000

1,823,000
953,000

; 431,000
202,000
23,000
87,000
87,000
50,000
60,000
404,000

'

'

161,000
1,091,000
832,000
437,000
199,000
1,612,000
6,000
29,854,000
13,000
2,491,000
1,197,000
1,000
8,157,000
3,000
3,632,000
461,000
273,000
1,076,000

4,964",000
3,000
278,000
119,000

2,123,000

855",000

; w,

lit

14,000
2,000
58,000

40,000
84,000
48,000
1,000
36,000
122,000
1,000
495,000

78",600
261,000
351,000

"5" 000
12,000
114,000
10,000
17,000

V.'i '■'

28,000
50,000

a

71,000
85,000

•

HIinsB June 1 1957

..1W
Bethlehem Steel 5s
19*5
Blnihamton L Hft P 5s..1946
Birmingham Elee «H«—1968
Birmingham Gas 5s..... 1959
Boston Consol Gas 5e
1947
Broad River Power 5e A.. 1954
Buffalo Gen Elee Se
.1956
lit * ref 5a...
.191*

cent III Pub Sere
5a Series

Sale

107"

G

166"" Sale

45*s B..1957

Sale
975* Sale

1035* Sale

ioik Sale"
905* Sale
545* Sale
28 H

1

Sale

1

~57k Sale"

100

27

5s

Commers und Privet
469,000
Bank 5H«
1937
739,000 Commonw Edison 4 He—1957
748,000
5s series A_........—1953
1,000
5s series A reg...
1953
592,000
5s series B
1954
868,000
4He series C
—1956
1,000
45*8 series C reg
1956
8,477,000
4s series F
1*91
1,000
48 series F reg.........1981
78,000
35^8 series H
...1965

3,462,000 Com'w'lth Subsld 5H« A.1948
3,050,000 Community Pow ft Lt 5s. 1957
28,000 Conn Ltg ft Pow 7s A
1951
108,000
4Hs series C
1956
236,000
5s aeries D
1962
856,000 Conn River Power 5s—..1952
52,000 Consol Gas of Bait 5s
1939
118,000
4Hs
1984
Consol G B L ft P Bait—
313,000
4Ha series H-.
1970
474,000
1st ref s f 4s
1981
Consol Gas Utilities—
580,000
6Hs with warrants....1943
1st ft coll 6s ser S
1943
1,291,000
Consol Publishers—
; '
22,000
7H% stamped
..1939
1,151,000 Consumers Power 4HS--1958
1,000
4He registered......-.1958

Sale

89

"49k Sale"
50

100 k

Sale

56 k

Sale

" Sale /56k Sale"
SaJ$/

101M

105

102
102 k

1025*

Sale"

33

—

-

79
86

1125* Sale
1105* Sale

-

—

•» **

-

112

•

104 %

Sale

"Sale

109?* Sale

54

Sale

33 M

Sale'

1035*

6
3
2
21

26

39
106

67

Jan.

1055*

Jan.

59

Jan.

985*
875*

595* Jan.
26

47,655

18,000
17,000
83,000
35.000
58,000

714,000
18,205,000
843,000
1,689,000
223,000
51,000
868,000
489,000
961,000

Sale

Sale

1015* Sale

1,000
19,000
69,000
71,000
5,000
116,000
226,000
124,000
28,000
47,000
11,000
5,000
29,000
12,000

109,000
293,000
683,000
1,336,000
238,000
1,165,000
2,951,000
1,560,000
219,000
214,000
204,000
99,000
1,205,000
169,000

10,000
3,219,000

56,000
13,817,000
247,000
653,000
183,000
55,000
1,421,000
2,923,000

2,256,000
187,000
288,000

355* Aug. 27
3 1115* Aug. 16
Aug.
1
Aug.
1105* Aug. 20 112
1105* Aug. 12 1105* Aug. 12
1
1105* Aug. 27 1125* Aug.

1095* Aug. 30 1115* Aug. 16
Aug. 21

Aug.

7

985* Aug. 28 100

Aug. 31

1023
Aug.
635* Aug. 28 733

Aug. 17
Aug.
5

101

1-:

8,000
42,000
23,000
5,000
158,000
368,000

205* Aug.
81
Aug.

145* Aug. 29
765* Aug. 8

1
1

1065* Aug.

755* Sale
1035* Sale
1025* Sale

1015* Sale
765* Sale
103

Sale

101

Sale

1545* Sale"

1025* Sale
1035* Sale
1045* Sale

Sale

Sale

965* Sale
985* Sale
1033* Sale

Derby Gas ft Elee 5s..—.1946
Detroit City Gas 5s B—1950

A———.1947
Int Bdge 6H«—1952

6s series

4

Sale

108

965* Sale
95M Sale
1025* Sale
45* Sale

Sale

CtfS of deposit—.....

1952
102

1937
Co 45*0——1967

Dixie Gulf Gas 6Hs

5s A 1954
5»— ..... 2030
RR 50-1956

Sale

Eastern Utll Invest

66&

695* Sale
Sale

100 k

Blmira Wat Lt ft

Sale

l53" Sale

A——.1950
wwl943

El Paso Nat Gas 6H»

6H0.--——.1938
Empire Diet Elee 5s———1952
Empire Oil ft Refining 5 He' 42
Brcole MareUl Blec Mfg

68

Sale

68M

Sale

17,000

237,000

;

403,000

37,000
56,000
6,000

340",000

1,127,000

197,000

396,000
1,039,000
986,000
2,052,000
9*204,000

6s

67

Sale

99

stamped————1961

Sale

Firestone T ft R Cal 5s.. 1942
Florida Power ft Lt 5s

Gary Elee ft Gat—
5s ext stamped
1,372.000

For footnotes sac page 66.




1045*
1043*
95 5*
895*

Firestone Cotton Mills 5s. 1948
Florida Pow Corp 5M* A

1979
1954

..1944

3 104

1
8
31
2
9
5
5
13
27
23
15
20
8
1

715* Sale

14
Aug. 17 165* Aug.
585* Aug. 27 735* Aug.
1 101
Aug.
Aug.
2 104
103
Aug.
Aug.
5 1035* Aug.
1035* Aug.
100
Aug.
Aug. 13 100
93
Aug. 29 945* Aug.
67
Aug. 26 735* Aug.

915* Jan.

2

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2

99

Aug. 13

June
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
„

Jan.

905* Jan.
67
54

Jan.
Jan.

g

2
3

Aug. 28

Aug.

65

Aug. 12

345* Apr. 10

104

47

Aug.
Aug.

77

Aug. 17

965*
455*
15*
315*

63k

995* Aug. 19
1045* Aug. 28
105
Aug. 16
965* Aug.
905* Aug.

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

1035*
1045*
953*
905*

1

86

Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale

Sale

Aug.
1035* Aug.
104
Aug.
94

Aug.

885* Aug.

81

Aug.

9

87

Aug. 21

1
4

Aug. 17
Jan. 15
Feb.

8

Aug. 16

Feb.

25

Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

20

18
22
24

Apr. 24
May 15
Mar. 25

100
94

73

June 11

July 15
Aug. 17

Jan. 24
585* June 21 69
3
Jan.
3 106 k July

86

99

Aug.
9
July 17

100

46

~2

Apr. 22
Jan.
4

16 k Jan. 30
4
73k Aug. 15
7
July 25
3 101
Aug. 21
4 104
June 22
104
24

Aug.

Aug.

99H

m

10
11
25*
5* Jan. 15
5* Mar. 27
1015* Aug. 13 103 5*
105
Jan. 18 108 5*

3
2

Aug.

~66k

June 10
Mar.
4

Mar. 16
7 107
1045* Feb.
Mar. 22
1065* Apr. 18 1105*
Mar. 26
105 k Apr. 22 109
July
2
5 103
865* Jan.
July 27
8 110
1055* Jan.
July 17
12
83
Jan.

1025* Aug.
455* Aug.

Fairbanks Morse ft Co

-

955* Apr.
615* Mar.
52
40
May 21
1025* Aug. 30 104
1035* Mar. 27 1075*
8 1055*
955* Jan.

Finland Residential Mtge

24,000
113,000
95,000
279,000

Jan.

65

455* Sale

—

225* May 11
July 31
83

1 1025* Aug.
29
855* June

100k

106

9
16

Apr.
9
July 12

87
Mar. 27 97
1065* Aug. 27 1095*
1065* Apr. 22 1065*
1015* Aug. 28 104
815*
42
Jan. 15

102

11

6
5
1225* June 27
110
July 10
1095* Jan.
2
1065* June 20
113
May 31
122
July 30

45

Without warrants————.

European Mtge ft Inv———
7s Series C
1967

5s.1942
10,000 Fanners Nat Mtg Inst 7s .1963
23,000 Federal Sugar Ref 6s..—1933
2,718,000 Federal Water Serv 5M«-1954

1,045,000

1045* Aug. 1 1045* Aug.
1075* Aug. 27 1085* Aug.
2 108
107
Aug.
Aug.
100
Aug. 29 1025* Aug.
9 109
109
Aug.
Aug.
8
96
Aug.
975* Aug.
95
Aug.
Aug. 31 99
Aug.
1025* Aug. 31 104
6
55* Aug.
35* Aug.
6
5
Aug.
35* Aug.
1
15* Aug.
Aug. 15
5* Aug.
5* Aug. 20
Aug.
1015* Aug. 13 102
Aug.
1075* Aug. 2 108

1055* Aug.

'

v

Aug.
Aug.
1035 Aug.
102
Aug.
85
Aug.
52
Aug.
1035* Aug.
104
Aug.
1055* Aug.

t

•715* Aug.
1025* Aug.

Sale

1575* Sale' 158
102

55*0—1***
1949

ioik Aug."

Sale

82

108 J* "Aug"." "I

45* Jan.
51
Jan.

Feb.

16 102 5* July
735* Aug.

Sale

6 Ms with warrants—..1953
41,000
..1967
237,000 Erie Lighting 5s
European Elee 4M»
-.1965

14,000

(:r

Jan.

79

1085* Sale

1st ft ref 5s 41

El Paso Elee 5s

85

Sale

Elee 5s

Elee Pow ft Lt

Apr.
985* Aug.

1065* Aug. 27 107
Aug. 6 1065* July 12 111
107
Aug. 13 1095* Aug. 30 106 5* Jan. 29 112

1045* Sale

Duke Power

Aug.

94 5* Jan.

5

7

Mar. 12

23
2
12 1105* Aug. 12
July
2
4 113
2 1115* Aug. 16
Aug. 21
21 110
July 31
2 105
Apr. 17
17 101
Aug. 31
28 100

81

—--1*4?

f deb 7s
Ctfs of deposit—

Jan.

Feb.
Jan.

Aug. 16

Sale

DallasP ft L 5s series C—1953

a

110

26

Aug. 15
Apr. 20
Aug. 17

1 \m July

109

103 5*

25.y r

109

1055* Jan.

4

Sale

7H«—1941
Cuban Tobacco 5s.....—1944
Cudahy Pack deb 5 Ha—1937
5s
1946
Cumberland CoPftL4H«'86

Detroit

1095* Jan.
1105* Aug.

Jan.

47

335* Aug. 21

1045* Jan.

Sale

Sale

Cuban Telephone

Denver Gas ft

87
87
Jan. 26
265* Feb. 28 615*
6
375*
365* Apr.
275* Feb. 28 625*
1 111
105
Aug.
108
Aug. 14 114
1025* Aug. 27 106

109

995*

.......1940
Crucible Steel 5s..—..—1940

Delaware Blec Pow

7
28

120

107

87 M
103

Crane Co 5s

Dayton P ft L

4

22
27
15
1
14
14
17
12

120M Sale

98 M

102

Continental G ft El 5s

6s aeries A—..

1

2
635* Jan.
84k Jan. 14

335* Aug. 21

June

8*
81*

17

475* Aug. 28 625* Aug. 17
1 1055* Aug.
8
Aug.
Aug. 14
Aug. 14 108
1
1025* Aug. 27 1025* Aug.

May 28
Aug. 24

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July
615* Aug.
595* Aug.
QQ 3Z Aug.
1005* Aug.

14
665* Feb. 27
305* Mar. 19

Feb.

515* Mar. 15
1195* Jan. 14
Aug.
9
108" "Aug"." "9 110
Aug.
7 108
May 16
107
Aug.
1 1085* Aug. 17 106
Aug. 17 1035* Jan. 28
1043* Aug. 2 106
Jan.
4
*11
Aug. 23 111
Aug. 15 112
120
1 1145* Jan. 10
Aug. 31 1205* Aug.

112

....—1936
...1958

1st ft ref 5s

Jan.

295* Feb. 28

108

4

Mar. 28

3
2 103
80
7

14

105

Aug. 21 110
1025* Aug. 30 105

625*
715*

4

Jan.

295* Feb.

....

82,000

Mar. 13

14

615* Aug. 15

465* Aug. 26

88

Mar. 13

25
48

12

June

2

101
72

58

8
Jan. 12
May 20
May
6
Aug.
3
July 18
July

2 1055* July

Jan.
Jan.

935*
995*
975*
935*
1025*

Aug. 27
605* Aug. 15

28

Aug.
3
May 24
Jan. 11

8
16
14
16
1
19
18
19
2
17
17
15

Jan.

765* Jan.

93

Jan.

Aug.
July
May
Aug.
May
Aug.
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan.

75
67
95

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

112]

Jan.

925* Jan.

515* Aug. 26 61 k
1
56
Aug.
595*
855* Aug. 26 935*
1 1005*
100
Aug.

103
101

1003
113]
2 1053
Mar. 18
443
Apr 30 1093

89

101
100

98k

May 13 109
15
915*
Apr. 30 110
Aug. 16 1095*

Jan.

1055* Jan.
875* Jan.

110

695*

3

Jan.

1 1045* Aug. 22

905* Aug.
51
Aug. 26

5
18
19
805* Aug. 21

Apr.
3
Mar. 13
885* Jan.
4
83M Jan.
2
109
Aug. 28

110

liok Sale"

86
80

Jan.

97
105

7
15
13

26

1949

Dan.
Jan.

4 1185* Apr.
5 120
July
July
25 138
25 107
July
12
915* Aug.

3254 Mar.

Sale

56

915* Sale
Sale

65

875*
845*
615*
625*
715*

1

"56k Sale" "58"" Sale"

435*

5hs..1942
69.1943
6s registered..........1943
Cities Service P ft L 55*s.l052
55*% registered.......1952

98

Jan.

7
109
Aug. 27 1105* Aug.
2 103
101 J* Aug.
Aug. 24
80
3
73
Aug. 17
Aug.
2
89
Aug.
895* Aug. 22

1035* Aug.
1,

Cities Serv Gas Pipe L

5s series B

Sale

79

1035* Sale

76

101

1055*

96J* Aug.
81
Aug.
75
Aug.
425* Aug.
44
Aug.
65
Aug.

545* Sale
55 k Sale
66 k Sale

Cities Service Gas

.1954
1961
1939

Aug.
995* Aug.

104 M Aug.

Sale

67

Registered
—
Coot deb 5s
.......1959
Registered..............

5s

Aug.

955* Aug.

16om Sale

835* Sale
435* Sale
455* Sale

1979

5Ms gold deb

97

97 5*

Sale
975* Sale

Chicago Junction Rye ft
Union Stock Yards 5S..1949
Chic Pneum Tool 5Hs—1942
Chic Rya 5s ctfs of dep..1*37
Cincinnati Street Ry 5Xsl952
6s series B—.........1955
Cities Service 5s
1966

Cleve Elee Ilium

935*
995*
97 5*
935*

905* Aug.

Sale

92

104 5*

1955
Cent Ohio Lt ft Pr 5s A—1050
Central Power 5s ser D..1957
Central Pow ft Lt Ss.....l956
Gent States Elee 5s
1948
5He without warrants. 1954
Cent States Pr ft Lt 5HS.1953
Chicago Dist El Generating
5s series D

4Hs series A

Sale

1025* Aug.
112
Aug.
101
Aug.
98
Aug.
1135* Aug.
1055? Aug.
435* Aug.
108
Aug.

91

19M

4H« series H
cent Maine Pow

955* Sale
1115* Sale
105
Sale

915* Sale
975* Sale
965* Sale

1956
1965

Feb.

29
5
6
28
28
22
21
1

102

6 1155* Apr. 26
26
29

1Q95* Mar.

8 1195* Aug. 13
24 136
Aug.
6
Aug. 23
9 107
1 915* Aug. 19
k 805* Aug. 21
29 109
Aug. 20
23 915* Aug.
3
21 1075* Aug. 15
Aug.
3 1065*
16 107

1003* Aug.
1105* Aug.
100
Aug.
94
Aug.
109
Aug.
104 M Aug.
Aug.
107
Aug.

108M Sale

Sale
1105* Sale
100 k Sale
97k Sale
1125* Sale

Highest
Sale Prices

1185* Aug.
132
Aug.
1065* Aug.
87
Aug.
745* Aug.
108
Aug.
89
Aug.
1075* Aug.
106 M Aug.

90M Sale

Sale

87

4Ha P.1967

5s scries B

Lowest
Sale Prices

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
Ask
Ask Bid
114 k Sale
Sale
1135* Aug.
1 114 k Aug.
8
Aug.
8
Sale
116*1 Sale 1165* Aug. 31 118

5a series C

3,747,000
„

4J!'

Ml Tel of Canada

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Aug.
Bid
113
117

BONDS (Continued)

*

111,000
80,000
43,000
68,000
6,000
660,000
106,000
10,000
84,000
4,000
15,000

RANGE SINCE JAN. I

* 193

Julv

_

In

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

SALES

AGGREGATE

exchange

curb

york

98

Apr. 25

555* Jan.

Jan.
5 104
Aug. 20 555*
25*
Feb. 28
Jan.
7 77

14

July 10
Jan. 17
May 30
Aug. 17

Apr. 10
985* Mar. 18 100
102k June 21 1055* Mar. 20

Apr. 23 1055* Mar. 18
July 11
Jan., 2 97
685* Jan.
4 915* July 10

103

76

635* Jan.

16

87

July

8

NEW

SF.IT., 1935]
aggregate

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

S

Aug.
Bid

(Continued)

1

Ask

Sale

75

Sale

-

125,000 Gen Pub Serv Co Ss

75 %

Sale

93%

Sale

95% Sale

75%

Sale

77% Sale

82 J
96 J

Sale

54

1953

B*

36

15

2

Sale

2

38

54
40

Sale

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

85%

1956
5,804,000 Gatlncau Power 5a
ii
954,000
1941
6a aeries B
1941
1,070,000
382,000 Gen Bronze conv deb 6s. 1940

3,078,000 Gen Pub Utilities 6Ms A. 1956
77,000 Gen Rayon Ltd 6s A...
1948
Gen Vending Corp—
6s with warr Aug 15...1937
246,000
Ctfs of deposit..........
137,000
1,576,000 Gen Wat Wks 8c El 5s A..1943
6,938,000 Georgia Power ref 5a
1967
1,400,000 Georgia Pow 8c Lt 5a.
1978

1

1933

July 1

Am? .311935
BONDS

range since jan.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

sales

Since
Jan. 1

53

CURB EXCHANGE

YORK

94% Sale
73

Sale

85
Aug. 28
73% Aug. 27
Aug. 27
93% Aug.
1
93% Aug.
2
75
Aug.
7
52
Aug.
6

90% Aug. 13
80
Aug. 16
79% Aug. 15
96% Aug. 19
95
Aug. 13
81
Aug. 17
52
Aug.
6

13% Aug.
6
12
Aug,
8
81% Aug. 28
94
Aug. 28
72% Aug. 31

15
Aug. 23
15
Aug. 29
84% Aug.
2
97% Aug.
7
77
Aug. 12

72

79% Apr.
Apr.

60

3
3

59% Apr.
81% Mar. 29
Mar. 25

74

51% Jan. 23
52
Aug.
6
Jan.

Aug. 19
Aug. 13
Aug. 17
67% July
5

96!
95
81

16

Jan.

4
5
5

18

Jan.

99% Jan.
Jan.
993
Jan.
98!

2

Jan.

Jan.

15
July 16
15
July 18
84% Aug.
2
2 100
July
3
2 80
July
8

Geafuerel—
6s without warrants—1953
140,000
411,000 Gillette Safety Razor 5s. 1940
5,080,000 Glen Alden Coal 4s...... 1965
Gobel (Adolf) i%a aer A. 1935

30
93

With warrants
3,624,000
599,000 Grand Trunk Ry 6Ms...1936

69

908,000 Grand Trunk West Ry 4s 1950
4s registered.
1950
20,000
179,000 Great North Pow 5s stpd 1950

63

53

....

102M

91

Sale

91% Sale

86

Sale
Sale
Sale

89% Sale

102 %
92

83
102
92

108"" Sale'

Aug.
9 92
Aug. 22
Aug. 29 102% Aug.
1
95
Aug.
1
Aug. 19

108" "Aug ""I
107% Sale

93%

275,000 Gt West Power Calif 5s.. 1946
706,000 Guantanamo Ac W Ry 6s.l958

Aug. 23
31% Aug. 27 33
2
102% Aug. 28 102% Aug.
91
Aug.
1 92% Aug. 28

10

108% Aug." "7
107% Aug. 21 108
Aug.
6
41
Aug. 28
Aug.
6 47

56% Jan. 16
6 105% Feb.
1
9 92% Aug. 29

31% May 17
102% July
84% Jan.
70

Apr. 26 93% Feb. 18
Aug? 29 105% Jan. 22
95
Aug. 19
July
3
84% June 19 86
7
102% Feb.
4 108% Aug.
107
Jan. 12 109% Apr. 11
17% Jan.
3 52% May 22
102

86% May 16

Guardian Investors Corp—
5s aeries A....
.....1948
670,000
926,000 Gulf Oil of Pa s f deb 5s..1947
1956
2,309,000 Gulf States Utll 5s
4Ms series B
.....1961
658,000

Hackensack Water 5s A..1977

55

24

Sale

98

27,000
237,000
1,052,000
36,000
163,000
494,000
426,000
946,000
1,346,000
498,000

Sale

41%
106%
103%
100

69 %

Sale

106
Apr.
Aug. 26 106
Aug. 26 105
109% Aug. 26 110% Aug.
5 108% Jan.
60
July
2
76% Aug.
8
68% Aug.

104%

Sale

98%
60

37
28

1936

65

Oct 15 1936

55

5 Me

37

Sale
100% Sale
101

Houston Gulf Gas 6Ms.. 1941

103
105

40

1943

6s

91H

Houston Lt Ac Pr 5s A...1953

Falls 1st At ref 5s
1950
42,000
Ref At Improvement 5s. 1951
28,000
687,000 Hygrade Food 6s ser A ..1949
6s series B........
1949
126,000

79
80

103%
104 %

SaHe
Sale

Sale
Sale

42

58
58
86
60

865,000,Illinois Central RR 6S...1937
306,000!llllnols Nor Utll 5s
1957
1,738.000 Illinois Pow At L 5Ms
1957
5Ms series "B"
1954
2,621,0001
is series A
1953
4,624,000

82
32
46

107% Sale
67% Sale

86" Sale'
94

Sale

98%

Sale

42%

91

Sale

30

Aug.

87
84

Jan.

76

Mar.

93

Jan.

31
102

July
101% July

Jan.

99%

103% July

1*

1951

45

If*

93
44

88

-

Indiana Hydro-Elec 5s A. 1958
Indiana At Mich El 5s
1957
1st At ref 5s

105% Mar. 1
106% Mar. 25

104
42

Jan.

70
23 %

Indiana Service 5s.......1950

registered

Jan.

55

Aug,

9

5

105% Jan.

89% Sale

88% Aug.

8

60

109

May 29

7
80% Jan.
107% Aug. 21

Mar.

102% Jan.

89

Jan.

Aug. 19

95% Aug. 17
100

July

17

Sale'

88

78" Sale'

77

89%

Sale
Sale

92%
107%
86%

Sale

105% Sale
59% Sale

58

Sale

105%
55%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

29

1
93% Aug.
96
Aug.
1
6
83% Aug.
107% Aug. 29
89
Aug. 14
111 % Aug.
9
106
Aug.
1
62% Aug. 12

29

27
29
29

20
10

Sale'

29

68

Sale

104

73

Sale

104% Sale

Sale

1957

55% Aug. 28 62%
102% Aug. 30 105%
103% Aug. 27 105%
al04
Aug. 13 al04

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

10
15
12
13

July

18

Jan.

30

94
96

July 27
Aug.
1
6
83% Aug.
107% Mar. 29

107% Jan.
62% Jan.
107% Jan.
99

91

10
19
24
22
20
65
22
105% Aug. 15
105% July 11
Mar. 25
101
112

Jan.

106

36% Jan.
40

22"

Mar. 11

94

92% Aug. 14

1950

1st Hen At ref 5s.
1963
1,161,000
1,238,000 Indianapolis Gas 5s A...1952
3,812,000 Ind'polis P At L 5s ser A..1957
5s series A

Mar.

July
9
111% Jan. 19 114
105% Feb.
7 107% June 14
47
Apr.
1
64% Jan.
2
52% Aug. 27 63
Apr. 27

Ill

1955

5s registered

30

107

102% Feb.

74

93% Sale

Indiana Gen Service 5s..1948

5s series C

2
8

June 21

103% Aug.

58 series C registered.. 1956

iMs series B..........1953

8

92%

68 series A reg.......
1953
5s series G............1956

Indiana Elec Corp is A.-1947

Feb.

51

41% Feb. 14
103

107% Aug.
1 108% Aug. 17
64
Aug. 27 67% Aug.
3
106% Aug.
2 107% Aug. 21
89
85
Aug.
5
Aug. 19
93
Aug. 29 95% Aug. 17
96
Aug. 14
Aug. 24 99

Sale
Sale

48

June

%~Aug.~2l

Aug. 30
100% Aug.
1
97
Aug 16
103
Aug.
7
105
Aug. 10
104% Aug. 16
105
Aug. 20
44% Aug. 16

30
Aug.
100% Aug.
99
Aug.
94% Aug.
102% Aug.
103% Aug.
103% Aug.
104% Aug.
42
Aug.

106% Feb. 20
111% July 11
77% Apr. 10

113% Aug.
8 113% Aug.
8
107% Aug. 20 107% Aug. 20
50
Aug. 27 59% Aug.
6
52% Aug. 27 58% Aug. 9

100*

460,000 Idaho Power Co 5s.......1947

2,000

Sale

stpd.. 1947
Hamburg Elec Co 7s
.1935
Hamburg El & Und Ry 5%a'38

4h« series D..........1978
410,000
4Ma series E...
1981
894,000
6,000 Hungarian Ital Bank 7Ms *63
Hydraulic Power of Niagara

3,000
5,427,000
3,000
668,000
404,000
1,640,000
18,000
479,000
184,000
477,000
1,635,000
2,000

Sale

104 %
100

55

Hall Printing 6s A

Hood Rubber 7s

Mar. 12 63
Aug. 17
ADr. 15 107% Jan.
4
94% Jan.
2 105% July 17
87% Jan. 10 102 % July 18

25
105

106%

62

1938

5s

Aug.
2 63
Aug. 17
Aug. 19
Aug. 28 107
1
Aug. 16 105% Aug.
Aug.
1 102% Aug. 21

97

If*

Mar.

35% Jan.
80

Jan.

97% Jan.
101

Mar.

July
July
May
July
Apr.
July

Intercontinents Power Co—

85,000
347,000
395,000
1,000
265,000
336,000
1,398,000
742,000

Deb is without warr

1948

(nt Pow Sec 6%a series

C.1955

7s series

K

54

....1957

7s series E registered

65

Aug.
58% Aug.

58%

68

Aug. 16
Aug. 16

1957

1952

56

International Salt 5s

1951

83

Internat Securities 5s

1947

7s series P

43

Without warrants
21,000
8,017,000 Interstate Power 5s
Debenture is
2,898,000

1957

87%

Sale

63%

Interstate Iron At St*l 5%a '46
InterstateNat Gas 6s....1936

99

Sale

103
37

66
Aug. 16
107% Aug.
9

56% Aug.
Aug.
84% Aug.
98
Aug.

107

88% Aug.
99% Aug

8

Aug. 28
Aug. 28 105
78% Aug. 28 83% Aug. 14
72
Aug.
1
Aug. 14

105
82

Sale

86

26%

1952

2

63

Sale

66% Sale

63

76% Sale
71% Sale

75% Sale

75% Aug.
1
70
Aug. 23

Sale

1% Mar.
54
Aug.
58% Aug.
60
July
56% Aug.

4% Mar. 23
77% Jan. 24
85% Feb.
5
60
July 27
80% Feb.
5
Apr. 25
88% Aug.
2
99% May 24

108

104% Apr.
68% Jan.
Apr.

89

104% May 21 105% Jan. 18
57
Jan.
2
83% Aug. 14
72
38
Jan.
2
Aug. 14

Interstate Public Service

.........1954

41

4Ms series P
.....1958
Investment Co of Amer—

42

5s series A with warr.. 1947
116,000
Without warrants
366,000
2,198,000 (owa-Nebrsaka L Ac P 6s..l957
5s Series B
1961
636,000
543,000 Iowa Pow At Lt 4M« A...1958

67

1,322,000
2,398,000

5s series D

67
56

1,811,000 Iowa

1957

Pub Serv 5s

II"

326,000 Isarco Hydro-El 7s_......1952
I sot t a Fraschlnl 7s
1942

59,000

1,199,000
416,000
94,000
1,175,000
5,739,000
183,000

Without warrants..

105%
100%

Sale
Sale

102

Sale

99% Sale
42%

Sale

48% Sale

JacksonviUeGas 5s stmpdl942

48

52% Sale

Jersey Cent P At L 5s B...1947
4%a series C
1961
Jones At Laughlin

Steel 5s '39

104%
104%

Sale'
Sale

5s

1941

46

4M« series D
5M« aeries P

1948
1955

55
50

Ktmberly Clark 5s A
.1943
Koppers Gas Ac G deb 5s .1947
Deb 5Me
1950
Krestfe (S S) Co 5s c o d—1945

For footnotes sot page




56.

§2*

105%

Sale

Sale

106% Sale
87% Sale

89" Sale"
100

93%

Sale

Sale

90% Sale

Sale'

76
85

104% Sale
103

Sale

Sale*

Sale

82

104%

106"

84

Sale

Sale"

98% Sale
103% Sale

103% Sale

!§H

iR"
,,

S?*
94

107

Sale

107% Sale
108% Sale

109"" Sale"

94
94

161 %' Sale" 101% Sale
90
79

Jan.

15 100% Aug. 14

91
88
86

Jan.

24

100

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

82% Jan.

100% July

3

3 103% May
7
4 103% May
6
3 106
July 27
2 100% Aug.
6

41

Aug. 27

833

Apr. 29

Aug. 28

95

40

Aug. 24

50

Aug.

6

40

Aug. 24

66% Feb.

5

56% Aug. 15
8 107% Aug. 20
Aug. 30
103% Aug. 13 105
1
101% Aug. 27 104% Aug.
106% Aug. 10 106% Aug. 10

48

May

9

57

7

105% Apr. 26

108

Aug.

6

2 115% Aug. :
2

98% Aug. :

104% Aug.
106%
1 106%
105% Aug.
83
Aug. 27 89
83
Aug. 28 89%
9 100
97
Aug.
9
94
88
Aug.
103% Aug. 5 103%
1 104
102% Aug.
1 105
104% Aug.
100
Aug. 13 103
82

105

,25
57

92

55

2

102%

54 %

19
19

Aug. 28

96

72

50
91
54

79% July
76% July

55

113% Aug.

45

5s
1939
57,000
Sa
foil
254,000
5Ms series E."IIIII"Il947
84,000
5Ma series P..........1943
133,000
5 Ma series 1
1949
412,000
3,840,000 Louisiana Pow At Lt 5s...1957
138,000 Louisville (Ky) G Ac R 6s A '37
4M series C
1961
93,000

102%

70
80

2
2

Aug. 28

51% Aug.
107% Aug.

55

.1969

684,000 Laclede Gas Light 5 Ma.. 1935
7,000 Larutan Gaa Corp 4 M*—1935
2026
5,303,000 Lehigh Pow Secur is
Leonard Tlets Inc 7%a
1946
Without warrants
60,000
979,000 Lexington Utll 5s.......1952
2,236,000 Llbby McNeill At Llbby 6s 1942
241,000 Lone Star Gas Corp 5s...1942
1945
866,000 Long Island Ltg is
445,000 Los Angeles Gas At Elec 5s *61

Sale

61%

is series A............1955

Kentucky Utilities 5s

46

96 M

77
70
102

102

52
Jan.
47% Jan.

55

40

Jamaica Wat Sup 5%a A.1955

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
102
Aug.
105% Aug.
98% Aug.
41
Aug.
100

Sale

Italian Superpower is
1943
Without warrants........

2022
611,000 Kansas Gas At Elec 4s
1,265,000 Kansas Power 5s A......1947
Kansas Pow At Lt 5s B...1957
597,000

416,000
2,327.000
1,776,000
1,250,000
495,000
421,000
1,403,000
933,000
486,000

Sale
Sale

55

.....

100% Aug. 14
100% Aug.
1
103
Aug.
3
102% Aug.
9
105% Aug. 20
100% Aug.
6
51
Aug.
2

99

100%
102%
102

....

78% Aug. 10
Aug. 12

74

Aug. !
Aug. ;
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. !
Aug. !
Aug. J
Aug.
Aug.

1

Aug. 13

Aug. 28

Aug. 26

Aug.

35% Aug.
98
Aug.
103
Aug.
104
Aug.
105
Aug.
106% Aug.
106
Aug.
108% Aug.
109
Aug.
105
Aug.
105% Aug.
101
Aug.
102
Aug.
106% Aug.

101% Jan.

3% Jan.
6% Jan.
90

Jan.

77% Jan.

•

June

June

8

Mar. 21

12 105% July
2 105
July
4 107% July

6
13
3

115% Aug. 20
98% July 10

Jan.
Jan.

107

62% Jan.
62% Jan.
73
Jan.
69
Jan.

92

100
105

102

Jan.

101% Feb.
103

Feb.

100

Aug.

July

8

107% Mar.
July
91% July
105
July
98
July
104
July

104%

29

June 12

105% June 28
103% Feb. 25

56% Apr.
1 84
100
Jan. 18 101
91% Jan.
2 108

Aug. 13
Mar. 12

June 22

40% Feb.
100% July
104% Aug.
105% Aug.
106% Aug.
107% Aug.
108% Mar.

16
11
5
21
20
19

Feb.
110
109% Feb.

14
15
28

107% May

1

110

Feb. 21

103% June 29
103

June 29

108% Apr. 24

54

NEW

aggregate

sales

August

Since
Jan.

380", 600
444,000
60,000
188,000
184,000
55,000
35,000

July 1

EXCHANGE
PRICES IN AUGUST

range

jan.

since

1

1933

CURB EXCHANGE

1

Aug.SI 1935

$

203,000
2,000

CURB

Low from,

NEW YORK
In

YORK

Aug.
Bid

BONDS (CoflttftWd)

1,021,000 Manitoba Power A Ha
*951
11,000 Mansfield M & S 7s
1941
1,000
7s Ex-warrants
1941
1,723,000 Mass Gas Co 54s
1946
2,516,000
5s
1955
419,000 McCord Rad 8c Mfd 6s—-1943
1,276,000 Memphis P & L Ssser A.L1948
2,018,000 Met Edison 4s series B—1971
776,000
1st mtd« 5s series P..1962
235,000 Middle Sts Petrol 64s A. 1945

52%

1

Sale

-

.4s*

944 Sale
864 Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

524 Aug.
364 Aug.

Sale

Sale"

Lowest
Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

1024 Sale
107

Sale

1
8

574 Aug. 22
Aug.
8

37

30 964 Aug"." 14
30 934 Aug.
3
7 91
Aug. 12
29 1024 Aug.
1
19 1024 Aug.
2
9 107
Aug. 17
Aug. 29 884 Aug. 9

934 Aug.
86
Aug.
86
Aug.
1014 Aug.
1014 Aug..
1064 Aug.
85

50
July
1 664
June 21 37
324 June 21 32
874 Mar. 27 102
854 Mar. 27 96
67
May
7 91
904 Jan.
3 1044

33

89

Jan.

1004 Jan.
66

Jan.

5

Feb.
Aug.

8
8

June 21

Jan.

2

June 27

Aug.
June
2 103
July
2 107 4 July
3
884 Aug.

21
18
30
9

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July

16
16
16
16
11

Jan.

12

Middle West Utll-—

437,000
685,000
607,000
742,000
57,000
183,000
159,000
245,000
174,000
83,000
230,000

1,105,000
5s ctfs of dep.
.
1932
1,368,000
5s ctfs of dep......*—1933
1,415,000
5s ctfs of dep.———1934
1,484,000
5s ctfs of dep.----—-1935
.:
506,000 Midland Valley RR 5s
1943

16,000
33,000
58,000
27,000
346,000

268,000
6s with warrants...—1944
264,000
Without warrants
551,000 Miss River Power 5s
1951
472,000 Missouri PAL 54® A.—1955
2,125,000 Missouri Pub Serv 5s A-*1947

265,000
8,000
88,000
131,000

Monongahela West Penn Pub
Service 5His B
—1953
Montana Dakota Pow 54s '44
Montreal L H A P 5s"A".1951
1970
5s series B

—

938,000 Milwaukee G L 4Ha--—J'67
2,456,000 Minneapolis Gas Lt4Hs.l950
2,662,000 Minn Pow & Lt44»~—1978
1,592,000
1st 5c ref 5s
1955

2,313,000 Mississippi Pow 5s
1955
3,741,000 Miss Power & Lidht 5s...1957
^

2,841,000
64,000
1,165,000
812,000
■

naft

80,000
114,000
9,000
20,000
288,000
658,000

2,592,000
17,000
41,000

40,000
489,000
39,000

459",606
190,000
579,000
335,000
399,000

116,000

204",660
104,000
29,000

154,000

10% Sale
104

Sale

i

104

Sale
Sale

81

Sale

ux4

154 Sale

1074

Sale

1064

Sale

105

Sale

104

Sale

Sale

93

Sale

Sale'

954
100

Sale

894

Sale

874

92

Sale

894 Sale

104 Aug.
104 Aug.
10
Aug.
104 Aug.
78
Aug.
1054 Aug.
104
Aug.
904 Aug.
964 Aug.
844 Aug.:
894 Aug.

19
19

19
19
81

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

16
16
16
16

\94

44 Jan.
44 Jan.

44 Jan.
62 4 Jan.

82

1084 Jan.

1054 Aug.

Aug.
106
Aug.
964 Aug.
1004 Aug.
90
Aug.
92
Aug.

944 Jan.

106

794 Jan.
884 Jau.
624 Jan.
72

Aug.

964 July
1014 July
914 July
934 July

Jan.

9

6
23
19
10
29

Mississippi River Fuel-

1034 Sale
1074 Sale
1074 Sale
51

Sale

1064 Sale
1074 Sale
52

Sale

1024 Sale
1064

1004
844
1064
1054

Sale

107

1024 Aug. 7 1034
102
Aug. 12 103
1064 Aug. 14 108
107
Aug. 6 1074
51
57
Aug.

Sale

Mar. 19

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
1
Aug. 16
Aug. 5

1034 Aug.

5

Aug.

6
28
23

Mar. 15 103

Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

Jan.
Aug. 13 1034 Aug. 23
Jan.
Aug.
854 Aug. 16
Aug.
1074 Aug. 3 W4% mar.
Aug. 30 1074 Aug. 15 1054 Mar.

2 1084 May
2 1074 July

19

58

Feb.

21

1044 July 18
87 4 July 24
o 1074 Jan. 23
1074
5 1084 Apr. 16

Mudmd Steamship Line
64s with

warrants.—1937

1,328,000 NarraftansettElecCo5s..1957
316,000
5s series B.........—.1957
45,000 Nassau A Suffolk Ltd 5s. 1945
2,552,000 Nat Pow A Lt 6s"A"—-2026
4,778,000
Deb 5s series B—.....2030
5,742,000 Nat Pub Serv 5s C O D...1978
410,000 Nebraska Power 6s......2022
543,000
1981
581,000 Nelsner Bros Realty 6S--1948
3,567,000 Nevada Calif Elec 5s—...1956
445,000 New Amsterdam Gas 5s.. 1948
4,000
5s registered—.——1948

4,114,000 New End G A Elec Assn 5sl947
1,283,000
5s....
1948
4,160,000
Conv deb 5s
1950
4,125,000 New En#l Pow Assn Bs—1948
3,781,000
Deb 5Hs
1954
4,374,000 New Orleans Pub Serv 44« '35
244,000
4H» ctfs of deposit.... 1935
224,000
5s stamped..
......-1947
1,491,000
6s series A
—1949
251,000 N Y Cent Elec 54s
1950

24
105

Sale
Sale

24 Aug.

1044 Sale

964 Sale

"86" ~

874
94

Sale
Sale

1014

Sale

844

Sale

824 Sale
1084 Sale

694 Sale

664 Sale

14

66

Sale
754 Sale
794 Sale
694

Sale

Sale

Sale

Aug.
1044 Aug.
103
Aug.
94
Aug.
82
Aug.
9
Aug.
1154 Aug.
1094 Aug.
100
Aug.
81
Aug.
108
Aug.
64
64

754
774

Sale
Sale

624
734
774
654

63

Sale

60

664 Sale

1

104

54 A«g. 19

June 26

54 Aug. 19

Aug.
604 Aug.
904 Aug.
914 Aug.
Aug.

1034 Mar.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

714 Aug.
714 Aug.
714 Aug.
784 Aug.
82
Aug.
69
Aug.

Aug." 27

66

564 Aug. 28
89
Aug. 19

2

1024 Apr. 30 1064 Feb. 11
2
103
Apr. 12 1054 Feb.
5 1044 May 14
1004 Jan.
714 Jan. 15 984 July 10
7
614 Jan. 15 894 Aug.
34 Mar. 14
164 Aug. 17
7 117
Aug. 28
1014 Jan.
May
7
3 111
1074 Jan.
3 102 4 July 15
90
Jan.
67
1
Apr. 18 854 Aug.
May 21
1004 Jan. 10
104
July 27
May 27
Aug. 12
474 Mar. 15
Aug. 13
48
Mar. 14
Aug. 12
47
Mar. 15
July
8
544 Mar. 15
July
8
574 Mar. 13 85
9
88
May
3
474 Jan.
58
July
8
May 28
Aug. 15
60
Aug. 27 66
2
8
634 July
304 Jan.
5
77
Jan.
974 June 11

1054 Aug.
105
Aug.
1044 Aug.
984 Aug.
894 Aug.
164 Aug.
117
Aug.
1104 Aug.
1014 Aug.
854 Aug.
1094 Aug.

N Y A Foreidn Invest

3,000
78,000

■v

329,000

310,000
6,000
9,000
10,000
42,000

9,000

37,000
9,000
816,000
144,000
40,000
176,000
165,000
122,000
136,000
46,000

45,000
54s A with warrants.. 1948
821,000 NYPa AOhloRR4Hs—1950
6,553,000 n Y P A L Corp 1st 4 4s—1967
4,320,000 N Y State E A G 44s-—1980
369,000
5Hs
1962
48,000 N Y A Westchester Ltd 5s '54
342,000
4s
2004
357,000 Nladara Falls Power 6s..1950
151,000
5s series A.———1959
166,000
83,000
3,709,000
735,000
508,000
1,744,000
2,509,000
2,428,000
840,000
397,000

Nippon Elec Pow

6Hs—1953

Nor Amer L A P 5% notes

914

107

Sale

1054
1014

Sale
Sale

Sale

1024 Sale

894 Sale
Sale

t

85

Sale

Sale

Sale'
Sale

1970

94

107

Sale

Sale

1034
1044

984

Sale

Sale

1064

1054

Sale

1951
Nor Ohio Trac A Lt 5s—.1956

Sale

4HS E
Nor Ohio PAL 54s

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Ill
Aug.
1024 Aug.
1064 Aug.
1084 Aug.

1064
1044
1014
1074

89
Aug.
1014 Aug.

1936

f del* ser A——1956
NorCont Utll 5Hs A.—.1948
Nor Indiana G A E 6s—1952
Nor Ind Pub Serv 5s..... 1966
58 series D__—
1969
5hs

105

754 Aug.
42
Aug.
1054 Aug.
974 Aug.
97
Aug.
92
Aug.
107
Aug.
1064 Aug.

17

106

1

Jan.

894 Jan.
85

1024 Aug.

102 h
108 J

Jan.

8 1074 Aug.

112

9

1034 Aug.
Aug.
10 109
Aug.
2 107

1
1
1

21
21
22

27
1
1

Mar.

8 92:
12 107:
105 h

10 1114 Aug.

2

July 24
May 22
July
5
July
8
June 11
Apr. 23
May 22

110

90

21 1074

28 1054 Aug.

6

1094 Feb. 28
90

824 Feb.
894 Aug.
1004 Jan.
1014 Aug.
89
Aug.
444 Mar.
48
204 Mar.
Aug.
1054 Aug.
994 Jan.
77
Jan.
984 Aug.
764 Jan.
984 Aug.
94
714 Jan.
Aug.
1074 Aug. 3 1014 Jan.
Jan.
1074 Aug. 28 100

1.024
89
48

June 25
June 20

Aug. 20
Aug. 17

1064 June 29
5
1004 July
101
July
5
3
954 July
3
1074 Aug.
9
1074 July

Nor States Power

85,000
535,000

82,000
110,000
43,000
48,000
160,000
84,000
235,000
29,000
57,000
36,000
28,000
23,000

1,370,000
5 4% notes.
—...1940
4,697,000
44s!
1961
1,754,000 Northwest Electric 6s... 1935
177,000
68 ctfs of dep
.....1935
.

1,709,000
3,103,000
408,000
950,000
270,000
955,000
610,000
2,134,000
1,262,000
1,121,000
309,000

34,000
76,000

40,000
68,000

,

27,000
7,000
662,000
15,000

293",000
28,000
188,000

Odden Gas Co 5s.....—.1945
Ohio Edison Co 5s.......I960
Ohio Power 5s series B—1952
44s series D.......—1956
Ohio Public Serv 6s C
1953
5s series D
.......—1954

54s series E

Oklahoma Gas A El 5s—.1950
6s series

A—...—...1940

Okla Pow A Water 5s A..1948

Oswedo Falls Co 6s..

1941

398,000 Pacific Coast Power 5s...1940
Pacific Gas A El 1st 44"-1957
1,000
44s series E red...—.1957
1st A ref 6s B—......1941
936,000
1st A ref 5s D—......1955
647,000
1st A ref 44s F
1,408,000
1960
Pacific Investlnd 5s A
1948
Without warrants.......
635,000
66,000 Pacific Ltd 8c Pow 5s
1942
5,091,000 Pacific Power A Light 5s_1955
205,000 Palmer Corp of La 6s....1938
46,000 Park A Tilford 6s
1936
3,673,000 Penn Cent Lt A Pow 44s 1977
5s
1979
178,000
2,705,000 Penn Electric 4s series F.1971
Penn-Ohio Edison 6s

1
Aug.
Aug. ••■'2
944 Aug. 7

33

1034 Sale

10.000

Penn Water A Pow 440—1968

16.000
260,000
387,000
509,000
74,000
100,000
17,000

106
107

Sale

Sale

1044 Sale

l044 Sale
103
79
86

Sale
Sale
Sale

1054 Sale

1174 Sale'

984 Sale

103

804 Sale

Sale

"954 Sale

98
101

Sale
Sale

94

Sale

Penn Power Co 5s.......1956

994 Sale
934 Sale

13

90

20

28

16

28

27

72

1054 Aug.
2 1054 Aug.
2
1054 Aug. 29 107
Aug. 13

1164Aug."30

1194 Aug.
1
1054 Aug.
2 107
Aug. 20
1054 Aug. 29 1064 Aug. 15
964 Aug. 14 984
Aug. 26 116
764 Aug. 28 834
1024 Aug. 3 103

4 105
5 100
June 20 1003
Jan.
2 383
Jan.
3 37
Jan.
2 964

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

July
8
July
1
Aug. 13
Aug. 13
Feb.

19

Feb.

14

Aug. 27

105
106

July

108

Jan.

106

May
6
July 31

110

105
107
104

904 Jan.
48

994 Jan.
101

1064
1114
1054
1004
87
110

June

15
1

| 7

June 28

May 10
Aug. 12
June 20

814 Aug. 15
87
July |13

Jan.

654 Jan.

12 106

Jan.

4 1074
Mar. 16 1064
Jan.
3 120
Jan.
2 108
Jan.
2 1074

July
June

12
8

Mar. 16

July

31

Jan.

JL»

jail.

19

June 21

Mar. 15 994 July 30
12 117
Apr. 10
3 864 July 11
Jan. 25 1044 June 24

Jan.
574 Jan.

964 Aug. 27: 994 Aug.
Aug. 31 1044 Aug. 13
934 Aug. 30 954 Aug.

Jan.

101

96

914 Sale

Sale

106

Sale

1054

Sale

5s series D—.......... 1954
Penn Telep Corp 5s C...1960

1084 Salo

1940

Peoples Gas Lt A Coke 4s B'81
6s series C............1957

864 Sale
102

Sale

Peoples Lt A Pow 5s....1979
Phlla Electric Co 5s

4 104

904 Jan.
744 Jan.

Jan,

"994 Sale

Penn Pub Serv 6s G—... 1947

5s

88

104

112

"814 Sale

Jan.

1
3

13

1
Aug.
1064 Aug. 2
8
1074 Aug.
8
1054 Aug.
1104 Aug.
2
7
1044 Aug.
1064 Aug. 19
1053
Aug. 12
103
1
Aug.
8
813
Aug. 15
6
1
863
Aug.

80"" Sale"

1064 Sale
1194 Sale
106
Stile

1034 Aug. 12
5
1054 Aug.
1054 Aug. 23
1044 Aug. 15
1084 Aug. 28
5
1044 Aug.
106
Aug. 14
22
104
Aug.
102
6
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
364 Aug.
36
Aug.
964 Aug.

Jan.
Jan.

3 1004 June
4 1004 July

10
10
7 1054 June 24
4
98
July 10

1950

1,579,000
Without warrants....
3,418,000
54s series B—.......1959
1,189,000 Penn-Ohlo PAL 54« A.1954
303,000
257,000
150,000
80,000
156,000
374,000
2,932,000
5,201,000
1,031,000
; 454,000

Aug. 20 1034
Aug. 29 105
8 100
Aug.
6 1004
Aug.

33

——1961

112,000
283,000
76,000
35,000
14,000
12,000
10,000
;

Sale

99Sale'

1,381,000

80,606

104

259,000 Northwest Pow 6s A
1960
165,000
Certificates of deposit
1,716,000 Nor'west Pub Serv 5s A—1957

100,000
85,000
138,000
32,000

>

Sale

1024
1034
984
984

1966

.1,147,000 Phlla

Elec Power 54s
1972
204,000 Phlla Rapid Transit 6s..1962

864 Sale
102

Sale

74 Sale
1124 "Sale
1104 Sale

Aug. 30 1014 Aug.
954 Aug.
26 1064 Aug.
14 106 4 Aug.
21 108
Aug.
19 106
Aug.
23 1064 Aug.
1 1084 Aug.

884 Aug. 28

1054 Aug.
105
Aug.
1074 Aug.
103
Aug.
106
Aug.
1074 Aug.
113
Aug.

96

6

84
9
Aug.
1014 Aug. 30
3
Aug. 2

89

1024
84
1144
1114
864

13
29

864 Sale

804 Aug.

8

Aug. 19
July
5

1064 Mar. 8
1084 Feb. 26
108
July
3
106
Aug.
5
1074 July 31
1084 Feb. 18
July 23

864 Aug.

July

3

June 26

Aug. 17
Mar.

4

July 18
Aug. 31

Phlla Suburb Cos GAB
;

21,000
11,000

258,000
1st A refunding 44s..1957
87,000 Phlla Suburb Water 5s—1955

Sale

1064 Aug. 7 1073
1034 Aug. 27 104)

Piedmont

132,000
130,000
6,000

682,000

Hydro-Electric Co
64s class A
...I960

1,353,000 Piedmont

A Northern 5s. 1954

165,000 Pittsburgh Goal 6s

For footnotes set page 56,




1949

43

1024 Sale

Sale

Aug. 27
Aug.

41
Aug. 27 464 Aug. 14
1004 Aug. 17 1024 Aug.
1064 Aug. 15 1064 Aug. 13

Mar. 15
1064 July 12 109
1034 Aug. 27 1064 Mar. 29
41

754 Jan.
4 103
July
3 108 4 F*h.

Aug. 27

934 Jan.
1054 Jan.

31
3
21

NEW

Sept., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In

August
$

v

22.000

24,000
2,000
10,000

28,000

88,000

j

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

70", 000
11,000
65,000

783,000
143,000
382,000
1,345,000
773,000
900,000
161,000
119,000
70,000
188,000

(Continued)

„_.194b

Pittsburgh Steel 6«

Aug.

1

95%

Lowest

Ask

Sale

1939

Portland Gaa 8c Coke Ba. 1940

85

Sale

Potomac Edison 5a ser B.1956

106

Sale

1961

4H» aeries P

Potomac Elec Power 5s..1936
Potrero

Sugar 1st 7a.....1947

7s stamped

1947
Power Corp of Can 4H* B 1959
962.000 Power Corp of N Y 514*—1947
9,000
6 bit series A
......1942
957,000 Power Securities Corp 6a. 1949
178,000 Prussian Elec 6s.........1954
309,000 Pub Ser' of N H 414s B..1957

Highest
Sale Prices

94

Pomerania Blec Co 4a.... 1953

Poor 8c Co 4a

RANGE

Sale Prices

Aug.SI

Ask Bid

Bid

—

55

EXCHANGE
PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from
July 1 1933

Aug. 311935
iOSDS

,

93,000
17,000
11,000
272,000
43,000

K

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

CURB

TOEK

...

100% Sale

Aug.
25% Aug.
103% Aug.
82
Aug.
106
Aug.
105?* Aug.
104V* Aug.
68
Aug.
50
Aug.
85% Aug.
100 V* Aug.

29
5
5
27
1
27
9
15
6
2
31

Lowest

8
96% Aug.
26% Aug. 13
Aug. 13
86
Aug. 16
106V* Aug. 19
104

106 V* Aug. 15
104 V* Aug.
9
68
52

87
103

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

SINCE JAN.

15
24
16
20

Highest

Sale Prices
89
' Apr.
5
25
June 14

29 V*

Sale

Aug. 30
Aug. 28
Aug. 20

98% Jan.

9

35

7

Feb.

28
88 V*
18 106 V*
12 107 V*
June 24 105?*
Jan.
6
68

99

Jan.

93

Jan.

104
34

June

41

Feb.

Aug. 13

July
July
July
Jan.

19
26
24
31

Aug.

15

12

52V* Aug. 24
88V* Jan. 28
14 103
Aug. 20
4 104V* Jan.
5

78?* Mar. 28
76

Jan.

104V* Jan.
92% Aug. 28 95
29 % Aug.
8 31
104VI Aug. 22 106

Sale Prices

15 104

98?* Apr.
67

1

76

Feb.

29V* Aug.

5
96
June 22
42
Feb. 19
8
23 106?* May
6

104

Jan.

118
89

Jan.

132

June

7

Jan.

105 V* July
109?* July
104
July

5
16
9

Pub Service Co of N J—

78,000
12,000
132.000
33,000
68,000
336,000
157,000
107,000
40,000
115,000
788,000
248,000

434,000
44,000
72,000

682,000
6% perpetual certificates
477,000 Pub Serv of Nor Ills 5s C.1966
1,797,000
5s....................1956
1,078,000
4Hs series D
...1978
1,731,000
4Via series E
1980
4,642,000
4H« aeries F
..1981
2,331,000
6 Via aeries H
......1952
1,661,000 Pub Sere of Okla 5s D...1957
662,000

.........1961

5s series C

1.026,000 Pub Serv Subsld 5Vis A..1949
7,138,000 Puget Sound P 5c L 5 Vis.1949
2,013,000
5s series C............1950
4,053,000
4Vis series D..........1950

11,000

533,000 Quebec Power 5s........1968
651,000 Queens Boro G Ac B 5 Vis. 1952
181,000
4 Ha
1958

6,000
16,000
89,000
9,000
22,000
21,000

Reliance Management 5s. 1954
42,000
With warrants
98,000 Republic Gas Corp 4a A..1945
Certificates of deposit.^..
1,900,000
139,000 Rochester Cent Pow 5s A 1953
142,000 Rochester RykLt 5a....1954
184,000 Ruhr Gas Co 6Vis—....1953

5,000

91,000

237,000

1,726,000

28,000
163,000
10,000
7,000

552,000 Safe Harbor Water Pc 4Vis *79
2,023,000 San Ant Pub Serv 5s.....1958
49,000 San Joaquin L Ac P 6s B..1952
120,000 Sauda Falls Co 5s
1955

'

111,000
27,000
97,000
1,198,000
3,150,000
421,000
2,196,000
670,000
628,000
973,000

Ruhr Housing 6Vls

131
105 V*
108

Sale
Sale

Sale
100 % Sale

Sale
105 V* Sale
102?* Sale
99 V*

100

Sale

100

Sale

104

V* Sale
9951 Sale
Sale
Sale

80% Sale
76 % Sale

73% Sale

Sale

80

77

104V*
99%

Sale

Sale"

Sale
Sale

113%

Sale

Sale

§9% Sale

A....1958

St Louis Gas 8c Coke 4s..1947

108 V* Aug.

101V*
100 V*
100 V*
105?*
103 V*
104 V*
99 V*
84V*
80?*

12% Sale
106 % Sale
103 %

Sale

90V* Jan.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

81

Jan.

80V* Jan.

103

80

5
May
7
July
8
104 V* July 23
99 V* Aug. 12

Jan.

Aug.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

84 V* July

53 V* Jan.

83

July
77 V* July

50V* Jan.
Apr.
Jan.

YJan.

92

82

11V* Aug. 27 14V*
105V* Aug. 27 106V*
103 V* Aug.
2 104
124?* Aug. 27 124?*
108V* Aug.
7 110

Aug. 16
Aug.
1
Aug.
2
Aug. 19
Aug. 26

92

Aug. 12
70V* Aug.
1
70?* July 31

Jan.

39?* Mar.

55
Aug. 16
113V* Mar. 4
43?* Feb. 19
34V* Feb. 25

31V* Mar.
112V* Jan.
36

Mar.

25?* Aug.
6

6
6
6

4 105?* July
9
3 100
May 13
14 106V* Mar. 6

40V* Mar.

Aug. 12
1
1
55
Aug. 16
113V* Aug.
5
39?* Aug.
1
27 V* Aug. 28

9

107
104

55V* Jan.

70 V* Aug.
70 V* Aug.

Aug.

67V* Aug.
44
Aug.
113
Aug.
38
Aug.
25?* Aug.

July

102?* July

Jan.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
76 V* Aug.

68 V* Aug.

69

Aug.

105 V* Aug.

104V* Aug.
7 105V* Aug. 23
Aug.
2
98?* Aug. 27 100
105
Aug.
2 106
Aug. 29

92

70%
70%

132

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
105
Aug.
102?* Aug.
103?* Aug.
95 V* Aug.
79 V* Aug.
75
Aug.
71V* Aug.
130%
105?*
105 V*
99?*
99V*
99?*

June 14

14V* Aug. 16

105 V* May 15 109V* June 27
July
8
92V* Jan.
2 105
June 26
107 V* Jan.
2 126
Jan. 14
108V* Feb. 19 111

Saxon Public Works-

3,000
14,000
7,000
110,000

204,000

13,000
305,000
59,000
69,000
111,000
2,000
11,000

121,000
639,000
34,000
55,000
7,000
20,000
17,000
151,000

30?*
17 V*
17 V*
102 %

....1937

Is

Schulte Real Est 6s w w_.
4s without

warrants...1935

Scrlpps (E W) Co 5 Vis—1943

5s—.....1949
............1948

Seattle Ltg Co
Servel Inc 5s

Shawlnlgan W At P 4 Hs..l967
4 VI* series B
1968
5s series C
.....1970

4Vis series D—.......1970
395,000 Sheffield Steel 5 Vis
1948

Sale

43

98%

Sale'

50% Sale
99%

Sale

106

99 %

Sale
—

Sale

169,000 Sheridan Wjo Coal 4s...1947

1,051,000
9,333.000

Sou Carolina Power 5s..1957
Southeast P At L 6s......2025

762,000 Sou Calif Edison ref 5s..1952
Ref Mtge 5s
704,000
1954
158,000 Sou Calif Gas Corp 5s
1937
391,000 Sou Calif Gas Co 5s.....1957
5 Vis Series B
92,000
1952
1st At ref 4Hs
1,296,000
1961

96
97
105 %
106 %

105 %

Sale
Sale

94

Sale

Sale
Sale

Sale

33 V* Aug. 26

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

\lH
102%

Aug.

53

105?* Aug.
98?* Aug.
99
Aug.
103 Vi Aug,
98?* Aug.
105 V* Aug.
56V* Aug.

106

43

101V*
100?*
106
101
105 V*

63

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

13
7
21
9
22
14
12
1
13
6
20

30?* Aug. 30
11

96

Jan.

28?* Jan.
101

Jan.

15

4
Apr.
4
Apr.
5
98
Apr.
4
91V* Apr.
105V* Aug. 10
8
47
Jan.

90

96 V* Aug.
97?* Aug.

73
105

106?* Aug.

42V* Feb. 16
Apr.
8
Apr.
6
July 31
Aug.
9
106?* June 25
101V* Aug. 14
100?* Aug. 12
106 V* July 30
101
Aug. 13
108 V* Mar. 11
63
Aug. 20

20
11
5
20
2 103
2
53

90

105 V* Aug.

94?* Aug.
90
Aug.
105
Aug.
105 V* Aug.
101 % Aug.
104 V* Aug.
102?* Aug.
105 V* Aug.

Jan.

10?* Feb.

Jan.

3

96 V* July

64V* Jan.

2

99?* July

30
6

Aug. 19 108 V* Feb.

28

101V* Aug.

105V* Jan.
101V* Jan.

104 V* Aug.

102

102?* Aug.
106
Aug.

102?* July
97?* Jan.

Jan.

Feb. 23
2 102 V* Mar. 21
2 106?* Feb. 13
4
10 105 V* Feb.
4 108

3 106?* July

29

Southern Counties Gas

19,000
11,000
304,000
369,000
2,000
41,000
124,000
113,000
125,000
96,000
76,000
55,000
47,000
921,000
860,000
1,326,000
939,000
15,000

••••.

44,000

1,072,000

of California

271,000 Southern Ind G At B 5 VI*. 1957
2,184,000 Southern Indiana Ry 4a. 1951
2,623,000 Southern Nat Gas 6s....1944
97,000
Stamped—
1944
307,000 S'western Assoc Tel 5s A.1961
1,958,000 Southwestern G At B 5s..l957
5s series B._
.1957
965,000

1,408,000

Southwestern L At P 5c..1957

1945

376,000 S'western Nat Gas 6s

1,324,000 Southwestern P At L 4s..2422
534,000 S'western Pub Senr 6s A. 1945
365,000 Stale? (A B) Mfg 6s
1942
3.585,000 Standard Gas Ac Elec 6s..1935
Conv 6a...............1935
3,991,000
4,444,000
6s....................1951
6s
1966
3,486,000
357,000 Standard Invest 5Vis....1939
439,000

1937

5s without warrants

1,856,000
v
36,000

1957
7,094,000 Stand Power At Lt 6s
184,000 Standard Telep 5 VI* A...1943
Stlnnes (Hugo) Corp ~

8,000
61,000
13,000
96,000
116,000
27,000
10,000
9,000
18,000

7s Oct 1 '36 without warr
66,000
7s stamped
.........1936
259,000
7s 1946 wlthou t warrants..
41,000
7s stamped—.. .......1946
500,000
2,520,000 Super Power of 111 4VIS..1974
6s
1961
338,000
4 Vis
—
1968
2,151,000
1940
1,580,000 Swift Ac Co 5s
65,000 Syracuse Ltg 5s B..—...1957
1st At ref 5 Ha
1954
76,000

79,000
64,000

1,334,000
682,000

118.000

105% Sale

54% Sale

58 V*

Sale

97% Sale
97% Sale

103%

Sale'

103

Sale

Sale

91

95

Sale

89

95 %

Sale

Sale

99% Sale
104 % Sale
53 % Sale
53 % Sale
48 % Sale
49 % Sale
94 H
47

Sale

Terni Hydro-Electric

2
3
7
29
10
22
12
1
2
15

Aug.

2

84 V* Aug.

7

103?*
95?*

II*
100 V*
105 V*
64 V*

64 V*
61

60?*
94 V*
95 V*
59 V*

44V* Aug.
38V* Aug.

45

53 V* Aug.
46

Sale

48

55
40

Sale
Sale

* Sale

Sale"
Sale

107 %

Sale

102V*
106

102 %

Sale

102% Sale'
101 % Sale

fenn Blec Power 5a...... .1956
Tenn Pub Serv 5s....... .1970

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

87
104 V*

555* Sale"
55% Sale
51V* Sale
51
Sale

50%

15
19
27
3
6
30
26
17
1
8
2
23
8
12
12
12
12
12
20
12
17

98 V*
98 V*

Sale
Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

105
107
63

Aug.
105V* Aug.
50 V* Aug.
96V* Aug.
97 V* Aug.
82
Aug.
103 V* Aug.
102?* Aug.
95
Aug.
87V* Aug.
86
Aug.
99
Aug.
103

4Vis.....1968

43 V* Aug.
49
Aug.

38V* Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
107
Aug.
102

105V*
102 V*
101?*
107V*

90

84 VI

Aug. 27
Aug. 20

83

Sale

95

96V* Jan.
105 V* July
25
81

29 110

Mar. 28
5
Feb.

80V* Feb.
63 V* Jan.
93

2 105

Jan

92?* Jan.

71V* Jan.
60

Jan.

49

Jan.

77

Jan.

103

July
37 V* Feb.

6

63

Aug. 15
Jan.

10

Aug. 27
3
Aug.
6
July 18
Aug. 26
Aug. 17
July 31
Aug.
8
Aug.
2
Aug. 23

98 V* Aug.
98 V*

87
7
2 104 V*
2 103 %
2
95%
95 H
2

3
3 100%
Mar. 27
8 106
Jan.
2
68
28
Jan.

2

37V* Feb. 28

68

7
Feb.
Mar. 18
2
82V* Jan.
85
Jan. 18

61
Aug.
60?* Aug.
95
May
95V* June
59 V* Aug.
45
Aug.

12
12
20

Feb.

25

Feb.

19

32

31

25 V* Mar. 15
23V* Jan. 24

43 V*

Apr. 15

56

8

51

5t'

121
17

34 V* May
36
May
29 V* May

7

55

4

44 V* Aug.

81?* Jan.
75?* Feb.

8 100?* July 10
8
7 85?* July

7
29
2 104
Aug. 10
85V* Jan.
8 106?* Aug. 22
100?* Jan.
3 103?* July
86
Jan.
8
6 104 V* Jan.
5
101 % Aug.
106 V* Apr. 23 109?* July 10
106
June 14 108 V* Feb. 11
Aug.

Co

100,000
441,000
17,000
168,000
18,000
103,000
138,000
288,000

4 h a without warrants.
638,000
5,585,000 Texas Elec Service 5s....
170,000 Texas Gaa Utilities 6s
4,237,000 Texas Power At Lt 5s.....
6s
328,000
5s
1,211,000
656,000 Thermold Co 6sstamped.
2,190,000 Tide Water Power Sa A...

253,000

2,223,000
4,842,000
696,000
28,000
28,000
153,000

40?* Aug.

46% Sale
100
22

Sale
Sale

104V* Sale

99 %

Sale

102Vi Sale

-

106"" "Sale
79

Sale

97% Sale

105%

Sale

47 V* Aug.

99V* Aug.
21
Aug.
102V* Aug.
101?* Aug.
105V* Aug.

40?* Aug. 29

100 V* Aug.

90

Sale

79

94 V*

Sale

94

'

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 23
Aug. 17

Aug.
Aug.

Jan.
Jan.

94?* Jan.
83 V* Jan.
Jan.

Jan.

76?* Jan.

75V* Feb.

3 100 V* Aug.
24
Aug.

12

2 104V* July
4 103
July

7
29
1

9
5
7

2 106?* Aug.
93
Aug. *3
4

2

98% July

15

Toledo Edison Co—

658,000
19,000
28,000

21",600

1st mtge gold 5s.......
Twin City Rap Tr 5 H* A.
Ulen At Co 6s stamped...

106 %
55 %

Sale
Sale
59% Sale

107V* Sale
58 % Sale

107 V* Aug.

106
Aug.
55 V* Aug,
53

...

54

Union Amer Invest 5s A.

101

Aug.

64?* Aug.
62

Aug.

63

Aug.
Aug.

6s 2d stamped

Aug.

6s ctfs of dep..

7 101V* Aug.

107V* Feb. 23
45 V* Jan.
64?* Au<. 12
64
July 24
42?* Apr.
1
Aug. 10
54
Aug. 27 63
July 25
55
June 28 63
94?* Jan.
7 101V* Aug. 7
05 V* Jan.

Union Electric Lt At Pow
5s aeries A....
21,000
4hs
278,000
5s aeries B
220,000
256,000 United Elec of N J 4s....
United El Serv (Unes) 7s.
Without warrants....
281,000
59,000 United Indus 6 Ha......
1st 6s
152,000
1,906,000 United Lt At Pow 6H*....

58,000

"5,666
473,000
2,132,000

.......

145",000
196,000

Deb 6s...............

847,000

160,000
577,000

105V* Aug. 30 107
106

105

Sale

114

115 V* Sale
41

Sale

For footnote

55 V*

Sale

52

Sale

5 Ha

United Lt At Rys 5H*—

Deb 6s aeries A

aee page




'74% Sale

5hs registered........
6s aeries A

56 j

Aug,
Aug.

2 106

Aug. 16
Aug.

10 115V* Aug.

38V* Aug. 27

46V* Aug. 14

38V* Aug.

75

Jan.

31

July

25

Feb.

19

39

..........

6,220,000
1,297,000
7,204,000
3,000
1,761,000

Apr. 26 108 V* Feb. 13
105V* Mar. 13 107?* Mar. 1
104
Apr. 18 108V* Feb. 25
July 11
108?* Jan.
4 116

106

...

20,000
8,000
12,000

100

Sale

54

Sale

57 V*

Sale
Sale
96V* Sale
56 V*

70

Sal^

101V* Sale
55 V* Sale

37
51
50
95

66

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Jan.

20

38

Aug.

37

28
28

64V* Aug.
63
Aug.

29

Aug.
Mar.

28

Jan.

43H
8*

26

98 V*

78

Jan.

98% July

28

79V* Aug.

Aug.

39V* Mar.
56

103
Aug.
100V* Aug.
50?* Aug. 28 64V* Aug.

May

82V* Jan.
30
Feb.

Aug. 10
Aug. 12

11

79 Vi Aug. 12
56
May
8
103

Aug. 26

64 V* Aug.

12

NEW YORK

56

In

August

NEW YORK
CURB EXCHANGE

Since
Jan. 1

1

July 1 1933
Aug.Zl 1935

$
7,000
81,000
8,000
31,000
6,000
80,000
12,000
61,000
8,000
6,000

2,000
21,000
210,000
74,000
90,000

Aug.

34,000 Valvolln* Oil 7*
1937
161,000 Vamma Water Power 5**s '67
2,069,000 Virginia Pub Ser 5** A..1946
601,000
6*..
1946
1,310,000
5* serle* B............1950

6a
60
60
60
60
89

1

Ask

103

Sale

104"

Sale

102% Sale
**

«,

«,

—

<*'■

l02~" Sale"

52

81% Sale

45
91

.......

22,000 Utlca Ga* A El 5* B
1952
37,000
5* series D............1956

92

Lowest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Bid

$
.
BONDS {Concluded)
216,000 U S Rubbei b%% note*..1936
344,000
Serial • >*% note*..... 1937
277,000
Serial 6**% note*.
1938
424,000
Serial 6**% note*..... 1939
419,000
Serial ***% note*
1940
331,000
Serle* 6*
1936
259,000 Utah Power A Light 4**»1944
833,000
6* serle* A.
2632

.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Una from

SALES

AGGREGATE

EXCHANGE

CURB

Aug. 14 100**
Aug.
2 103
Aug.
1 103**
Aug.
9 105
Aug.
6 105
Aug. 28 103
88
Aug.
3 88**
80
Aug. 28 83
105*4 Aug,
8 106**
105% Aug.
7 106*1

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2
22
23
26
19
23
3
14
23
29

96
Aug.
6 96**
102X Aug. 26 103
92*4 Aug. 29 97
80
Aug. 30 86
89 X Aug. 26 93**

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

29
3
16
15

100%
102%
102**
102X
103*4
101 %

Highest

Sale Prices
Feb. 11
100** Aug. 14 102
Aug. 22
99** Jan.
2 103
Sale Prices

98J* Jan.

9 103 ** Aug. 23

98

2 105
7 105

Jan.

98** Jan.

Aug. 26
Aug. 19

101*1

Apr. 15 103
62
Jan.
7
88*
55
Jan.
5 84*
104** Jan.
3 109
104
May
7 108**

Feb.

7

July
July
July
July

10
13
10
17

'

4,000
27,000
29,000
6,000
88,000
111,000
169,000
82,000
340,000
78,000
7,000
3,000
30,000
103,000
180,000
85,000

75
75
52
45
45

Waldorf Astoria Corp—
1st 7* with warrant*
1954
Ward Baking Co 6s
1937
Wash Gas Light Ce 5s
1958
Wash Ry A Klec 4s
1951
Wash Water Power 5s...l960
Western Newspaper Union
721,000
Con* deb 6a....
1944

474,000
4,413,000
1,802,000
78,000
25,000
149,000
903,000
1,226,000
1,070,000

Sale

83

106"" Sale

21

26 X

Sale
91*4 Sale

•

46**

2036

60
41

79% Sale

64

105

Sale

79

Sale

105

Sale

100**
100

97
61
52

106X Sale
105 X

Sale
98 X Sale
98 X Sale

51

20

10
Aug. 27
9% Aug.
1
106
Aug.
2 106** Aug. 6
105** Aug.
7 106** Aug. 23
105
Aug. 15 105** Aug. 16
105
Aug.
1
Aug.
8 106

i05M Sale"

75

West Penn Traction 5S..1966
West Texas Utll 5s A
1957
West United GkBfMiA 55
Westraco Chlorine 5HS..1937
Wheeling Elec Co 5s.....1941
Wis Elec Pow 5s A..
1954
Wis Minn Lt A Pow 5s—1944
Wisconsin PAL 5s ser E.1956
5s series F
1958

93

9X Sale

§25*
76
«

Sale"

93"" Sale"

4*4

88,000
435,000
1,109,000
183,000
1,125,000

2,477,000 West Penn Elec 5s.

96**

'98% Sale

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
101
Aug.
107 f Aug.
106** Aug.
105** Aug.
99
Aug.
99

June 19
June 13

73

July
July
July

Jan.

3

56** Jan.
68** Jan.

2
8

993
883
95

18
9
5

5
Apr.
9 105* June 10
104** Feb. 26 106** Aug. 6
100*1 Jan.
5 106** Aug. 23
99
Jan.
8 105** May 27
June
6
96** Jan.
4 106
21

31**
92**
101**
81**
105**

26** Aug.
89
Aug.
100** Aug.
76** Aug.
105
Aug.
100** Aug.
107
Aug.
105** Aug.
105
Aug.
97** Aug.
97*1 Aug.

90** Mar. 26 973
95** Jan.
4 1033

July

iiM
63
91
100

Feb. 20
June 22

26

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

16
30

Aug.

3

July 11
May
7
July 12

6

Jan.

2

11

106** Mar. 22

May

104** Feb

8

Mar. 23

Jan.
76** Jan.
75
Jan.

2

Aug. 19

4

2

July 24
July 22

96** Jan.

2 106

July 13

94

Aug.

1

Wisconsin Pub Serv.—

1952

7 8**

55,000
160,000

63*4

2 105** Aug.

1055* Aug.

569,000 Yadkin River Power 5S..1941
1,762,000 YorkRysGo5s....
.1937

105** Aug.
103
Aug.

591,000

24,000

6s Series A

70

103 &

Sale

103** Sale

5

106 J* Aug. 28
104
Aug. 7

95 J*

Jan.

94*4 Jan.

2 106** Aug. 28
Aug. 7
2 104

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
AND MUNICIPAL

Agrtcul Mtga Bk Rep of Col—
54,000
20-year 7s
Ian 15 1946
4,000
7s with coupon
1946
52,000
20-year 7s
/an 15 1947

10,000

"9", 660
20,000

170,000 Baden (Germany) 7s

21

21

Aug.

8

21** Aug. 10

Aug.
21X Aug.

18*4

8

22** Aug. 3
24** Aug. 21

21*4 Aug.

66

59
54

Aug.
8
Apr. 15
Aug.
8

26
21

1951

21

38
Jan.
34** Jan.

35** Jan.

3

16

4
25

8

34

Jan.

Jan.

22

Apr.

4

70
66

June 20
June 25

7% Mar. 30

11

Jan.

3

55**
49
98*4
93*4

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.

14
28
14
21

54** Aug.

72

Feb.

5

23

38** Feb. 16

Buenos Aires (Pro?)

787,000
580,000

61,000
58,000

7**x stamped
7s stamped...

61

.....1947
63 X

1952

....

58

Sale

Aug. 22
Aug. 22

Aug. 13

6|3** Aug.

2

9** Aug.

8

Cauca Vailef tDeptof) Rspof

94,000

13,000

7% Sale

Colombia extlsf 7s.. .1948

7X Aug. 31

Cent Bk of German State A

33,000
10,000
33,000
19,000

54,000
91,000
94,000
27,000
31,000
45,000

'3",660

30

94** Sale

96

Aug.
Aug. 26
88** Aug. 28

Aug.

Sale

25% Sale
24% Sale

7

6
1
1
2
8
7

70

15

"Aug.

13

Aug.

5
2

10** Aug.

20**
20**
12**
86**

54** Aug.
Aug.
22** Aug.
32
Aug.

23

"21

10** Sale

34
30

8

89** Aug.

58** Aug. 12
49** Aug.
2

Sale

22% Sale
32 J,* Sala-

.

32,000
19,000

94

Aug.
5
10** Aug. 12
9% Aug. 29

55
23

....

>

38** Aug. 19
32** Aug. 20

35** Aug.

267,000
Pros Banks 6a
......1951
177,000
6s.
1952
323,000 Danish Cons Munlc 5 H*-1955
95,000
5a...
1953
Danalg P A Wat*way Bd
252,000
external s f ***•——1952
989,000 German Cons Munlc 7s..1947
877,000
6a...
..1947
208,000 Hanover (City) Ger 7s...1939
190,000 Hanover (Prov) 6>*«
1949
164,000 Lima (City), Peru. 6 Ms
1958
77,000
Certificates of deposit...—
16,000 Maranhao (State) 7s
...1958
65,000
7s coupon off
1958
84,000 Medellin (Colombia) 7a..l951

Aug.

10** Aug.
15

Aug. 28
26** Aug. 23
25** Aug. 19
35
Aug. 19
25** Aug. 21
11** Aug. ; 1

July 27
Aug.
9
92J* May 18
86
Apr. 26

Aug.

37
39
34
12

2

22** Aug.
30** Jan.
21
Aug.
6X Mar. 26
5** Mar. 19
15
Aug.
5
10*4 Aug. 12
9*4 June
8

58** Aug. 12
50** Aug. 27

52** Jan. 17
44*4 Jan. 21

63

22

17*4 Mar. 23
18*1 Apr. 5
11** Mar. 30
83** May 17
11** July 23

Feb. 16
Feb.
5
Feb.
7

24

July 29
10** July 12
3
15*4 Jan.
3
13
Feb. 14

17*4 Jan.

Mendosa (Prov) Argentina

1,000
22,000

53,000
231,000

10,000
8,000
57,000
85,000
77,000
18,000

143,000
79,000
285,000
339,000
220,000
159,000
91,000
112,000
221,000
2,772,000
515,000
698,000

2,000
4,000
42,000
243,000
30,000
141,000

7Hs
1951
1%e stamped
1951
Mtge Bank of Bogota—
7s Issue of May 1927....1947
7s Issue of Oct 1927....1947
Mtge Bank of Chil* 6s. ..1931
Mtge Bank of Denmark 5*1972
Parana (Stateof). Bras 7s.'58
Coupon off...........
Rio de Janeiro 4**s
—1959
Coupon off..
—
Russian Govt 6H*
1919
Certificates of deposit...

m

5**a
1921
Certificates of deposit...

IX
X

...

13

Sale

13

Sale

12

'll% Sale
12**

-

"l% Sale

9%
12**
10**
1**
1

IX
**

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

27
30
5
10
8
27
13
13
27
26
27
27

22

13

88

13**
12

13**
11**
1 **
1%
IX
1%
•

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

16

13

9*1
12**
10*4
1*4
1

13

1*4
*4

.

10

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
June
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

May 28
55** Apr. 22

Jan. 23
24*4 Jan. 12
13*f Jan. 24
~

*

Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

27
13
13

14
18
13
3

Apr. 24
Jan«
2
2

21
26
27

4*4 Jan.
Jan.

2

27

4% Jan.

3

5

Santa Fe (City) Argentina

4,000
25,000
14,000
4,000

*

No par value,

n

a:-;.:

Sold under the rule.
Deferred delivery sale,

a

r
X

13
44
5
5

245,000
Republic extl 7s.......1945
56,000
7s stamped...........1945
148,000 Santiago (Chile) 7s
1949
98,000
7s
1961

53** Aug.
46

Under the rule sales, in which no account is taken
in computing range, are given below:

Grand

Sold for cash.
Ex-dividend.

at

Trunk

Western Ry. 4s

t*
f>

«*

1950, Aug. 22

95*4.;

is

is

17

Abbreviations Used Above:

■M

"cod," certificates of deposit
"cons," consolidated.
"cum," cumulative.
"conv," convertible.
"m," mortgage.
"n-v," non-voting.
"vtc," voting trust certificates.
w i," when issued.
"w w." with warrants,
x-w,
without warrants.

The National Securities Exchanges on which low
prices since July 11933 were made (designated by
superior figures in tables), are as follows:
•
•
»

4
»
•
7

•
•

Deferred delivery sales, in which no account is
taken in computing range, are given below:
Indiana & Michigan Electric 5s 1955, Aug. 28
at

106*4»




i»

it

New York Stock
New York Curb

New York Produce
New York Real Estate
Baltimore Stock
Boston Stock
Buffalo Stock
California Stock

Chicago Stock
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago Curb ■■

8

Aug. 23

11** Aug.
11 J* Aug.

is

2
7

54** Aug. 19

46** Aug.
11** Aug.

Jan.
2
June 27
9** Mar. 8
10
Mar. 21

46

8

11** Aug. 21

-

44

Cincinnati Stock
Cleveland Stock
Colorado Springs Stock
Denver Stock
Detroit Stock
Log Angeles Stock
Los Angeles Curb

i*

Minneapolis-St. Paul

»

New Orleans Stock

si

Philadelphia Stock
Pittsburgh Stock

»*
«

*4
»
M

>7
*»

*•
ss
st

/

Richmond Stock
St. Louis Stock
Salt Lake City Stock
San Francisco Stock
San Francisco Curb
San Francisco Mining
Seattle Stock

Spokane Stock
Washington (D. O.) Stock

56**
53**
11**
12*4

Apr. 13
June 4
Aug. 21
July 10

Chicago Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

August—
Jan. 1 to Aug. 31

AGGREGATE
In

August

Since
Jan. 1

%

Low from

July 1

I

BONDS

Aug.311935

11,000

.

27,666
2.000

; PRICES IN AUGUST

Aug.

RANGE SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

1

Ask Bid

Bid

1,000 Chicago City Ry 5a
1927
Certificates of depoalt.1927
17,000
4,000 Chicago Railways 5s
1927
155.000
1st mtge 5s ctf of dep..1927
5s series A
........1927
7,000
Con mtfe 5s B
..1927
4,000
1,000 Metrop West Side evt 4S..1938
27,000 Pure Oil 4%s (w w) .....1950
208 So La Salle St Bldg—
1st mtge 5%s
108.000
1958

.30,655

Aug. 31

Ask

Lowest

95

19%
37
36

49%
43
12

/ 4
11%

Sale Prices

95
18

20

72
70
77

74
Sale
79

77

79

23%

26

10
13

13
16

30%

33

22%
71%
71%
74%
75
30%
15%

25
73
73

75" Aug." 17 "75—Aug." 17
69% Aug.

2

74

2

70

June 18

95

18
75

May
6
Aug. 17

1

Jan. 16
Mar. 11
9

62
6?

Aug.-

68

Aug.

33

17
15

93

94

~95"""Au"g"."2i

29%

32

29% Aug. 26

99% Aug.

9

29% Aug. 26

STOCKS

Shares.

11,490

1,500

Jan.

""245
V-:.';' 450

"5*850
380

"2,455

17,290

400

800 Assoc Tel littl Co

'

,

550

$6

$6

30

conv

2% Sale

cum

pref A
prior pref

19%
25

54,250
16,930

12,350
190

240

3,550
15,550

2,500
2,950
1,250

Called

4h
3%
2% Sale

.

.

'.

80

pf.

conv

J)

—

;

2
7

30

.....

2l

Aug.28

26

4% Sale
3
2%
Sale

3% Aug.
i 2% Aug.
140
Aug.
29% Aug.

Sale

8% Aug.

25%

Aug."
.Aug.

9
5

Aug." 1-4

4% Aug. 14
3% Aug.
1
144
Aug.
1
36
Aug. 24

Mar. 11

77

June 19

27

26% Feb. 26

32% Apr. 10

'

'V

'■

9

.".

10

6% Sale

41

Sale

12

10]

6% Sale

12%
Sale

45 %

% Sale
12% Sale

40
12

40 %
14%
47% Sale

%

Sale

%
14%

13

1%

Sale^

34% Sale

35

13

17% Sale
11%

Sale

3%

6%

27%
34%

28 %
35%

..100

38%

—-

Feb.

12

Jan*

18

Jan.

2% Apr.
7% Jan.

% Jan. 24
3% Apr.
3
1% Mar. 21
26

79

Jan.

29%
%
%
%
%

Aug. 16
Feb.
2
Apr.
3

13% Aug. 23

13% Aug. 23

Feb. 28
Feb. 25
Jan.

11

3

% June 21

"7"

4

19%
414
4%
2%
49%
110%
17

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

May
87% Feb.
2% July

24

12

12

Jan.

22

29

Jan.

23

1

Jan.

15

9

Aug.

9
5

15

2

Aug.
Aug.

9

1

5% Aug.

2

'7

Aug." 13

40

Aug. 27
11% Aug. 22
43% Aug. 28

42

% Aug.
12% Aug.

1% Aug. 13
14% Aug.
7

1

1

% Aug.
% Aug.
34% Aug.
13
Aug.
6
Aug.

Aug.
3
Aug. 28
Aug.
3

12
48

% Aug. 22
1% Aug. 15
Aug. 16
18% Aug. 16
12
Aug. 12

39

30

27% Aug.

18

o32% Aug.

9

30
37

Aug. 24
Aug. 27

-

% Jan.
6% Jan.
3% Aug.
149
July
36
Aug.
% Feb.
1
July
% May
1% July
9% Aug.
1
May

6 14
5 100
7
5
Mar. 13
19%

14

26% Aug.

37

29%
36

106

June 22
55
May
4
22% May 29
6% May 16
3
July 16
31% July 22
25% Aug.
9
30
Aug.
5
3% Jan. 26
27% July
8

3% May
1% Mar.

5

1%

%

1%

1

3,000 Chain Belt Co com.........*
2,490 Cherry Burrell Corp com.
*
Preferred

i

103

Mar.

12

9% Aug. 10

Aug.
Sale
19
16% Aug.
3% Aug.
4%
2
Sale
2
Aug.
45
Sale
Aug.
48}
110
119% 108% Aug.
107%
i6
Aug.
15% '19%
17%
23
22
Sale
23
Aug.
12% Aug.
12%
12%
15%
7
Sale
6
Aug.
7%
19%

pref...*

v t c com

60
Jan.
44% Jan.

2

...100

Preferred

10

13%
99%
5%

"4%

•

conv

68

July
3
May 15
14% June 22
99% Aug.
9

2%
12

*

199,850 Central S W Util com ......1
Prior Hen preferred......*
27,680
Preferred
*
17,840
1,560 Central States Pr 8c Lt pref.*
130 Central States Util $7 pref..*

290

Aug.
Aug.

2%

...*

com.

80 Cent Pub Util Corp

106,950
1,920
3,060
680

25

Sale

15,800 Castle 5t Co (A M) com
10
1,480 Cent Cold Storage Co com.lt
40.570 Central III Pub Serv pref
*
Cent 111 Secur Corp—
i
Common.....
...1
11,000
Convertible preferred....*
10,800
7,060 Central Ind Power pref. .100

1,650

16

26%

'32%

Class B

660 Canal Const Co

4,250

22"" "22%

.....

158.700 Butler Bros

v;:
180

5% Aug. 19
Aug.
2

3

.....

Brown Fence 8c Wire cl A

50

2,650

5
Aug. 15
2% Aug.
8

Sale

143

8,250 Bruce Co (K L) com
*
10 Bucyrus-Montghan class A..*
970 Bunte Bros common....... 10

5,980

5%
Sale

3

24 %

..

Brach Ot Sons (K

19,450

19,450

9

"l§li Aug"""I

$7 cumul prior pref......

-

""*600

2 100% Aug*

.....

4%

19

155,150 Bendlz Aviation Corp com..5
57,680 Berghoff Brewing Co
...1
1,760 Blnks Mfg Cod Act pref..*
155,500 Borg-Warner Corp com
10
2,010
7% preferred.....
100

170

Aug.

17% Aug. 29

25%

Sale"
30

Automatic Products com..

60 Automatic Washer

May
6
Aug. 17
74% June
5

18
15
22
21

18% Jan.
8% May
14% June
95
Aug.

19

570 Backstay Welt Co common . *
1,400 Balaban & Katz pref
..100
13,800 Bastlan-BleaslngCocom ...»

"5",555

97

*18~

com

1,640

20

15%
5%

com...

80,150

,

14,100

99% 100

Sale"
5

4

65,550 Armour 8c Co common.....
19,700 Asbestos Mfg Co com
9,300 Associates Invest Co com..
New
7,650

7,650

99

19%

American Pub Serv pref-.100

460 Amer-Yvette Co Inc

10,500
6,250

250

98

25
com

8,200 Adams Royalty Go com
*
12,000 Advanced Alum Castings
5
150 A In s worth Mfg Corp com..10
23,665 Allied Products Corp cl A..*
1,420 Altorfer Bros coot pref
*
230 Amer Fura Mart Bldg pfd.100

1,950

June

18

Par.

Abbott Laboratories com...*

13,550 Acme Steel Go
2,900 Adams (J D) Mfg

18

75

-75""Aug".'"2

79
77

13

95

19

Highest

Sale Prices

'

,

Shares.

1

to

1,000 BrownPaper Mill* Inc 6s.l939
5,000 Chic City & Con Ry 5s._1927

—i",655

WV'£

$56,000
617,000

$71,000
354,000

1933

1

.

Jan. 1 to

8,155,000

1934

1935

August-.

642,000

Shares A9649,000
11,035,000

CHICAGO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

'

Bond Sales

1934

1935

—.

Jan.

24
3
1
16
24
2
17

17
23
10
20
21

July 19
Aug. 14
Aug. 24
4% Apr.
9

*8*

Apr.
9
July 31

May 31 113
6107% June25 108
13% Jan.
3 17%
14% Jan. 15
4
Jan. 15

June 24

50

___

\VA

9
5
Apr. 15
15%
15% Feb.
1
8
4% Jan.
9
101
May 25 101
7%
5% Aug. 2

Mar. 14

July

1

Aug.
5
July 29
Aug.
1
Feb.

i

May 10
May 25
Jan.

3

% Apr. 27
17% Jan.
9
11% Apr. 17
13% Jan.
2

2% Feb.
4
42
Aug.
3
14% Jan. 29
48
July
5

4

1% Aug. 13
14% Aug.
7
16% May 17
% Aug. 22
1% Aug. 15
39
Aug. 16
18% Aug. 16
12
Aug. 12
% Feb. 16

% Jan.

7% Feb. 16
3% Feb.
8
% Aug. 22

% Jan.

12

12% Jan.

16

3% Mar. 16
1% Jan.
7
% Feb. 16

Aug. 24

21% Jan. 31 30
18% Jan.
9 37
102
June 10 102

Aug. 27
June 10

Chic City 8c Con Ry—

350

*

Common

2,400
89,530

2,500

Participation preferred—*

1,600
306,100
44,970
430
13,350
61,750

Certificates of deposit...
Chic Corp common
..1

.

"Y,955
6,850

Preferred

V* Sai*

•

39

Chicago Electric Mfg A.....*

10

Chicago Flexible Shaft com.5
Chicago Mail Order com....5

% Feb. 18

k

&
Sale

16%
25% Sale
26 % Sale

lH Sal*
38
12

27%
30%

% Feb. 18

Mar. 4
% Mar.
1
1
Apr. 27
29
Jan. 14

2 % July
8
2
May 24

1

39

2% Aug.
8
Aug. 30

38

3% Aug. 13
40% Aug. 14

16

13% Jan.

29

25%

Aug"." "2

28%

Aug."21

31%

26

Aug.

2

34

Aug. 19

Aug.

5

23

13% Jan. 15
15% Mar. 13

3%
40%
16%
28%
34

Aug.
Aug.
Apr.
Aug.
Aug.

13
14
6
21
19

Chic Nor Sh at Milw—

170

1,700

Prior lien

preferred.... 100

-27,100 Chicago 8c N W Ry Com..100
70 Chicago Rys part ctfs 1

""""30

1,555
130

86,300
5,700

:

.•

30

Part certificates "2"

conv

pref *

_.*
249,500 Cities Service Co com
10,400 Club Aluminum Uten Co.. *

For footnotea aee page 59.




"2%

3% Aug, 14

'""% Aug."31

100

20 Chic Rap Tran pr pref A._ 100
*
7,670 Chic Rivet 8c Machine cap
490 Chicago Towel Co

Sale

100

18% Sale
93% 100
1 62
Sale

%

%

18

Aug.
2
94
Aug. 27
1% Aug.
3
% Aug.
6

% Aug.

31

% Jan. 17
1% June 28
% Jan. 26
>

19"" Aug." 15

13

96

80

Aug.
5
2% Aug. 15
% Aug. 30

% Aug. 31
% Mar. 7
Mar. 14

Jan.

% Apr.
% May

3

1
6

Feb.

56/

Jan.

July
% Aug.
% Mar.
19% July
99
May
2% Aug.
1

Jan.

18
8

24
31
7

18
17
15
5

CHICAGO

58

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

August

STOCKS

Aug.311935

Shares

120

20,100
'

80
'

63,450
9,960

v

330
10

""""70

600

2,080
30
810

>
40
2

3.600

,

100

vita Simons

210

13,506
66,750

350
600

14

Sale
Sale
V 10

12

3

M*

19

1

2

21

Aug.
8 107
110
102
Aug.
Aug.
2
Sale
434 Aug
334 Aug,
17
15
15 34
15X
Aug. 22
Aug.
105
Aug 30 11434 Aug.
10834 105
105
107
Aug. 21 105
Aug.
2X
12
12
10
Aug. 16 1234 Aug. 13

1634 Aug.

10IB

634
20

7

1

19

134 Aug . 15

3

General Candy Corp A
.5
Gen Household Util com....*

"4

Aug. 30
634 Aug.
2
20
Aug. 12

Sale

J

26

18

25

Sale

15

Sale

15X

243
73

30

1734
1434
2434
934

Aug.
2
Aug.
2
Aug.
7
Aug. 20

25

Sale
Sale

22 X
23 X

Sale
Sale

8

3

Aug.
1
Aug.
5
734 Aug.
5
3
Aug. 16
734 Aug. 23
2234 Aug. 23
2lk Aug. 2
2134 Aug. 28
50
Aug. 28
15

iex

25

8
Sale

4

2)4

52,206

500
840

;

;

Ti§:

4,760
2,100

8
12
5

-sot

Aug." 31

5

934 Aug.

7

20

Aug. 12

1834
1634
2534
934

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

10
13
13
20

ill

"If

8X
23 X
2154
22X
22
Sale
49
53

1634 Aug.
Aug.
934 Aug.
534 Aug.
834 Aug.
2534 Aug.
23
Aug.
2334 Aug.
50
Aug.
28

7,500 Jefferson Electric Co com

410

Preferred

310

480

4% Sale
8% Sale

334
21X
10 34

7X Sale
36)4
10)4
11
17 X Sale

.....

7,450
4,200

48,000

27,100
:

210

1,650

2,010
17,050

50

700

1,770

5X
6X
94 X Sale
50)4 Sale
18
Sale
13)4
16 X
22 X Sale
26
Sale

2

9
7
5

*3 34
9
54

7

34 X

V.

5

IX

34)4

5

71

72 34

65

1

2,400
500

.

;

7,450
34,250
2,850
23,100
3,780
I,780
76,445
556

5,610

4,700
430

McCord Rad & Mfg "A".
McGraw Electric

com

200

21,050

lV.lfiO
1,440
60

7,800
234,050
12,050
8,410
860

1,940
1,190
270
1,320
210

950

12

7

0% Sale
Sale

4

26

2

1
19
9
1
28

1

534 Aug. 20
934 Aug. 14

Aug. 29

"734 Aug. "l

434 Aug.
834 Aug.

ex
35
11X
18)4

ex
29 X

10X
17

~20X

"634

-----

4% Sale
4
4X
Sale
41)4
Sale

16

94

49

51

50

23

18

—

10

15
Sale

21
25

60

59

3SX
IX

39X
Sale
30

20
9&

Sale

3 Ji
21X

Sale

Aug. 16

19

2634

Aug. 30
Aug. 30
Aug.
1
Aug.
3

2034 Aug. 29
2534 Aug. 29

3634

32
35

34

83

1134
634
334
2634
434
334

734
334
30
4%
434

3834

40

23

24

Sale

8
X

H

1

1
6
13
20
9
16
14
1
16
7

X
X
X

1
3
5
2
23
7
6

Sale
60

59

38

40

38

1
26

30

2434

134

934

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1

Aug.
Aug.
834 Aug.

25

1034

51
25
20
23

1

28

Aug.
Aug.
2
Aug. 16
Aug. 23
Aug.
1
Aug. 12

134 Aug. 10

~2~""Aug.
1334
734
434
30
434
434
3334
834

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

4034 Aug.
25
25

10
29
24
1
14
1
15
1
2
2

Aug. 10

41

3,390

270

1,950
10,110
3,400

:

33,000 Northwest Bancorp com....
9,570 Northwest Eng Co com.....
1,546 Nor West Util pr Ilea pref.ltS
2,840

7% preferred
IS*
427 Okie Gas A El 7% pref....100

For footnotes see page 59.




1334 Jan.

15
Apr, 29
1434 Feb. 26
934 Aug. 20
12

Jan.

29

Mar. 14

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
July
July
Feb.
Mar
Aug.

9
26
21
31
29
4
5

.

13

Aug. 22

Aug. 22

234 Aug. 17
1934 July 13
5
Aug. 31
934 Aug.
7
20
Apr.
3
1934
1734
2534
934

Feb.
Jan.
Aug.
Aug.

17
26
13
20

834 Jan.

7

Feb.

5

17

534 Jan. 21
234 June 21
634 Jan.
2
1534 Jan. 15
1734 Jan.
3

1634 Aug.
Aug.
934 Aug.
7)4 Jan.
1134 May
2834 May
23 X July
2434 July
54
July

22

Mar. 13

17

1934 Jan.

23

May
May
734 Jan.
1034 June
634 Aug.

29
17
2
17
29

,

4
6

734 Jan.
Aug.
Jan.
Apr.
July
June
July
Mar.
Jan.
Aug.

10
14
26
24
16
7
18
8
28
26

Jan.

1034 July
16
July

10

Aug- 20
Aug.
5
Aug. 26
124 Aug. 31

134 Sale
34
134
34
34
34

Sale
Sale
34

434

2534

25

26

'

"734 Sale

5034

4734
7

"7

734
5234

34 Aug.
34 Aug.
34 Aug.
34 Aug.
34 Aug.
34 Aug.
34 Aug.
34 Aug.
234 Aug.

14
24
26
12
14
16

Aug. 26

234 Aug.

34
234
34
134
134
234
134
134
434

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

25

Aug.

9

26

12

734
26

60
30

Jan. 11
Feb. 21

834 Jan.

1834 Jan.

1
8

Jan.

7234 Aug.

85

Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

10

X July
May

22

34 Jan. 24
Mar. 12
34 July
3
6
Feb. 25
Mar. 23
5
1
Jan. 29
534 Jan. 11
334°Mar. 13
334 Mar. 29
1734 Mar. 19
734 Aug. 16
26
Mar. 18

51

50

Aug.

2

Aug. 21

834

8

26

Aug. 16
Aug.
2

27

34
34
1734
34

Aug. 17
Aug. 15
Aug.
Aug.
2

34
134
2134
134

834 Aug. 16
Aug. 26

Aug.
May
Aug.
Aug,
Aug.
Aug.

134 Aug. 10
30

Feb.

5

2

Aug. 10
1334 Aug. 29
834 Apr. 12
434 July 30
30
Aug. 14
5
July 25
634 Apr.
9
34
July 29
834 Aug. 2
4134 July
8
25
25

Aug. 10
Aug. 21

6034 Aug. 17
41
Aug. 14
134 Jan
5
.

Jan. 11
9
1134 Jan .
634 May 7

33

5

June 23

2234 Aug. 22
10 34 July 24
2X Aug.
1

34 Aug , 10
234 Aug. 16
34 Aug. 15
134 Aug. 16
IX Aug. 16
234 Aug. 16
134 Aug. 16
134 Aug. 17
434 Jan. 23

26
1

51
7
20

Jan.

20

Mar. 23
Jan.
3

6

22

Aug. 19
Feb.

7

934 Feb. 23

1534 Jan.
14
July

—

7

May 28

134 Feb.
OX Jan.
4234 Jan.

51

734 Jan.

34
34
34
34

"734 Aug" 21

"7" Aug"."

19

23
29

9634 Aug.
6
51
Aug.
2
25
Aug. 16
20
Aug. 23
23
July 27
28
Aug. 12

40)
8)

1734 Apr.
6

3
27
27

»'8
24
24
55
24
38
14
14
75
734 July 25
4434 Aug. 21
105
Aug. 29
234 Jan. 14
14
Jan. 24

Mar.
334 Jan.

3

29
16

934
1034
1534
834
38
1134
1934
3634
2034

37

1534 Jan.
33

16 34 Jan.

16

734
2634

10

Feb. 20

5

1334 Feb.

6

9
2734

16
11
17

634 Mar. 13

Aug. 19

—-

15" "1734

26

28

Aug. 21
Feb.
6
June 19
Jan;
2

9)4 Jain;

10

27

Aug. 26

X
134
2134
134

Aug. 21
Aug. 22
Aug. 24
Jan.
7

Power—-

_

90
710
30

1934 July 13
3
May
4
434 Jan.
2
1834 Jan. 25

5

2334

250 Nor Amer Gas A Elec cl A..*
II,250 Nor Amer Lt A Power com.
23 Northern Paper Mills com..*

2,550
1,350

12

Jan.
7
Mar. 29
Jan. 16
Apr.
5
34 Apr. 12
34 Apr. 29
34 Mar. 6
34 Mar. 12
134 June

"5
Aug. 23
2234 Aug. 22

10

234 Sale

X
V
1834 Sale
r
x
x

J*

35

....

150

Jan.

1

1

"334

IX

3,390
Class A common.
1,010
7% cumul preferred..., 100
39,100 National Gypsum A n-v com. 5
26,000 National Leather com
.10
Nat Republic Invest Trust1,260
Cumul. conv. pref...
..*
8,066 National Standard com.
*
1,900 National Union Radio com..l
66,070 Noblltt-8parks Ind Inc com
10,300 North American Car com...

980

17,300
5,550

7
19

234 May
834 May

10
16
15
16
16
16
16
17
' 3

Aug. 14

134 Aug. 16
2534 Aug. 29
11
Aug. 12

21

23

■

3,050 Nachman Sprlngfllled com.*
2,246 National Battery Co pref..
Nat Elec

12 115

9
Mar. 30
1334 Jan. 15
Mar. 6
2234 Jan.
34 Apr.
25
Aug.
7
634 Mar. 19
5
Jan.
4
134 Jan. 10
20
July 22
10
Jan.
9
X Apr.
2

Aug. 21

6034 Aug. 17

200 Mohawk Rubber common...*

200
230

434
1734

534 Mar. 13

"434 Sale"

.34

3,530 Monroe Chemical Co com... *
960
Preferred....
50 Mountain States Pr pref. .100
730 Mosser Leather Corp com...*
5,166 Muskegon Mot Spec cl. A...*

310

4

2
21

Aug. 21 10634
2
Jan. 11
234
534 Jan. 11
1234

27

16
21

10

1

Aug.

134 Aug.
10
Aug.
634 Aug.
334 Aug.
28
Aug.
434 Aug.
334 Aug.
3234 Aug.
734 Aug.
3834 Aug.

1
2934
2

1

534 Aug.

37
Aug.
3734 Aug.
834 Aug. 24
55
Aug. 24
38
Aug. 14
75
Aug. 14
734 Aug. 19
Aug. 21
105
Aug. 29
134 Aug. 20
1234 Aug. 23

Sale
,

'2034 Au"g"."26

2134

22

10

IX

2

534 Aug. 10

n§^8
98

59

21X Sale

1

"

1734 Aug.

1734 Aug.

Sale

"734 "734
40""

6,200 Modine Mfg com...

'780

Jan.

8534 Aug. 14
9
May
6
1334 Jan. 11
34 Jan
7

8 107

Mar. 14

7

83
105

30

"1634 Aug." 9 "1134 Aug."IS

^
91

33 X

*
...5

268,450 Middle West Utilities com..*
13,480
$6 conv. pref." "A"
8,860 Midland United Ch'com....*
1,390
Convertible preferred... *
3,700 Midland Util 6% pr lien.. 100
2,770
7% prior lien.
100
510
7% preferred A.....
100
1,340
6% preferred A....
100
2,156 Miller A Hart Inc conv pref.
Minneapolls-Moline Power
100
Implement common...
*

53
9

8X

734

6
45

X Sale
32
IX Sale

McQuay-NorrisMfg com
McWIlllams Dredging Co
*
Manhatt-Dearborn Corp com*
Mapes Cons Mfg capital
*
Marshall Field A Co com..
Material Service Corp com. 10
19,006 Met A Mfrs Sec cl A com„._l
1,870
Prior preferred.....
_*
126 Metropol Ind Co allot ctfs
31,000 Mlckeiberry'a Food Prod com!

1,350
2,030

5

28

...

900

■

12

...

100

1

6X
39)4
103 X

com.. v .ft
360 LawbeckCorp6% cumpfdlOO
...*
360
Cumulative preferred....*
158,040 Llbby. McNeill A Libby. ...10
24,100 Lincoln Printing Co com
*
2,250
7% preferred.......
50
II,946 Lindsay Light com........10
3,176 Lion Oil Ref Co com.
*
10,520 Loudon Packing common...*
4,600
Common new
_*
27,250 Lynch Corp common ......5

10,900
3,000

U'.

34

17
<

:

2,390 Leath A Co common

120

21

3434 Aug.
3434 Aug.
534 i ug.
60
4434 Aug.
33
Sale
32
Aug.
Sale
73X 7234 7634 7234 Aug.
634
634
634 Aug .
Sale
42
4334 3834 Aug.
Sale
110
10334 Aug.
Sale 105
1
1
Sale
Aug.
134
12
1434
14X
1234 Aug.

Sale
Sale

37 X

19

3,190 La Salle Ext Unlv

""Boo

20

Mar. 20

3434 Jan.

18)4 Sale

]r cum pref. M

100
Ken-BadTube A Lpcom A..*
Keystone Steel A Wire com.*
Preferred
...1SIKingsbury Brewing Co cap.l
Kuppenhelmer cl B com....8

.....

42

40

3
42

*

6% preferred

54

51

16
7

............100

14,530 Kentucky Util

2,410

Jan.

2

22
29
16
22

10
"

29,660 Kalamasoo Stove common..*
22,760 Kats Drug Co com.
....I
3,150 Kellosg Switchboard com. IS

800
120

4,600
1,500

«

8,350 Illinois Brick Co..........25
1,810 Illinois Nor Utilities pref. 1 OS
4,700 Indep Pneum Tool v t c....*
2,330 Interstate Power $7 pref.
*
220
36 preferred
......._*
22,470 Iron Fireman Mfg Co v t c...•

120

2,300
1,300

10

—.—

250
360

70

234 Aug. 17

4

.3 H

pref..
860 Hart Schaff A Marx rom_.100
22,400 Heileman Brew Co G cap—. 1
380 Hibb Spencer Bartlett com. 25
2,750 Horders Inc common......
1,669 Hormel A Co (Geo) com A..*
200 Houdaille-Hershey class A.
312,560
Class B

269

Feb.

Aug. 22
Aug. 22

19

17X
1SX
10% Sale
24X
25

17 X

1

434 Aug.
16
Aug.

2%

5

7
.

ex
18)4

4

8)4
9 34

5,355 Hart-Carter Co

'""766

2

Sale Prices
23
Aug. 20

A Connell Dock

9,700 Hall Printing Co com.. ....10
1,560 Harnlschfeger Corp com._10

7,700

Jan.

6

.

2X

1434 Sale

6)4

3

17

.....

3)4
6%
16)4
17

*

3X
19

6

4% Sale
16
Sale

2)4 Sale

2,200
1,230

i7

1734 Apr. 12
47

May
6
Mar. 8
34 Feb.
1
1
July
9
34 Mar. 27

.....

9X

100

<

3X Sale

2

4,690 Godchaux Sugar Inc cl B—•
11,130
Class A.
55,850 Goldblatt Bros Inc com.....*
66,270 Great Lakes DAD com
5,600 Greyhound Corp com......ft

4,600
7,500

I

Highest

10

18)4

103 ;

.....

■/*;
:/

2

A Dredge Co com
...*
1,220 Gardner Denver Co com....*

2,700
10,700

X
3
17 X Sale

17
114
105

5

6,620

1,250

Aug. 20
8534 Aug. 14

3

| "sB

82
90

9,340 Eddy Paper Corp (The)....
73,600 Rl Household Util Corp
ft
20,760 Elgin Nat Watch Co...—15
100 Fair (The) common

29,290

23

X

19)4

Preferred

Sale Prices

9

.100

20

1,170 Deep Rock Oil conv pref
*
5,330 Dexter Co (The) com.
ft
220 De Mets Inc preference—..*

Sale

82

T~ "12"

10

2X
834

"U40

22

21X

Lowest

Sale Prices

3

23,770 Dayton Rubber Mfg com
*
6,015
Cum class A pref........35
Decker (Alf) A Cohn—
7 2,100
Common......—........10

11,850
2,100

21X
Sale

81

Highest

Sale Prices
20
Aug.
9
80
Aug.
2

Ask

Ask Bid

20

30
2

Lowest

Aug. 31

1

Aug.
Bid

Tar

I,740 Coleman L*p k Stove com... *
109,190 Commonwealth Edison_ .100
20 Community Pr & Lt $6 pref.*
160 Congress Hotel Co com...100
3,600 Consumer* Co com........-ft
270
6% prior preferred A...100
100
7% cum preferred
100
52,350 Continental Steel com......*
470
Preferred..............100
162,156 Cord Corporation.f
162,970 Crane Co com......
-2ft
7,904
Preferred. ... —
100
60 Cudahy Packing Go pref..100
49 Curtis Lighting Inc com....*
1,160 Curtis Mfg Co com.........ft

8,120

RANGE SINCE JAN.

July 1 1933

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

SALES

AGGREGATE

STOCK EXCHANGE

-

....

r

X
20 X

334

X

X

34

134

1934 Sale

Sale

X

Sale
334

1

134

334

434

30

32
X
X
2334 Sale

334

334

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

21
22
24
29

334 Aug. 20
33
Aug. 23
34 Aug. 29
2034 Aug.
3
Aug. 23

434 Aug.
37
Aug.
34 Aug.
2334 Aug.
334 Aug.

5
Aug. 20
1134 Aug. 30
17
Aug. 26
534 Aug.
9234 Aug.

634 Aug.
1334 Aug.
20
Aug.
10
Aug. 10
9434 Aug. 12

12
12
31
19

*

3

"

id"

634 Sale
1334 Sale
20
Sale
534 Sale
9234 Sale

3

10

534
534
1134 Sale
1634
25
634
10
9234

-----

34 Aug. 17
34 Feb. 25
Mar. 18

6

34 Mar. 30

134
2634
34
1334
234

Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
X Mar.
34 Apr.
10
July
3X Jan.
534 Jan.
.

3

8
25
24
25
30

Mar. 12

134 Jan.
7534 Jan.

11

;

434 June
Aug.
X Aug
2334 Aug.
334 Jan.
34 Mar.
134 May
10
July
634 July
1434 July
22
July
10
Aug.
9434 Aug.

37

.

5
12
12
31

31
30
13
1

30
18
8
10
12

chicago

Sept., 1935]
AGGREGATE
In

SALES

August

STOCKS

Aug.311935

Shares

Aug.

10

930 Ontario Mftf Co

com..
Oshkosh Overall Co—

1,900

5,200

30
100
100

8,500

'""750
1,800
1,400
2,550
700

3,950
1,650
330

300

2,490
680
50

400

400

18

7,800 Parker Pen Co (The) com..10
1,370 Pea body Coal Co B com....*
60
6% preferred...........100
*
14,950 Penn Gas k Elec A com.
1,100 Peoples Gas'Lt & Coke caplOO
6,400 Perfect Circle (The) Co
*
16,200 Pines Wlnterfront com....A
3,550 Potter Co (The) com....... *
10,700 Prima Co common..........1*1
1,250 Process Corporation com...*
47,250 Pub Serv of Nor 111 com.....*
Common................60
10,950
4,680
6% preferred........... 100
2,690
7% preferred.....
100

50

liH

£8

110

480 Sou Colo Power A common.25

44

37

39%

37
2

36

37

Mar. 19
21% Apr. 4
31
Feb. 11
% Jan. 30
1% June 25
8
2
July
7
% Jan.
3
15% Jan.

ijf

1,650 Southern Union Gas com.. *
1,700 Southw GAB Co f% pref. 100
506 Southwestern Lt A Pow pfd. *

92

50

157
4,500
900
280
100

10,450
21,400
12,500

;

1,137
30,650
6,250
1,550
1,430
23,340
202,400
67,250

2,150

100

i

133
137

Storlcllne Fur

conv

pre!....25

21

23

110

,

!50

r

voting

.

610
60

13 %

3,320 Viking Pump Co common...*
23,210 Vortex Cup Co com....
*
Class A.................*
5,950
•
9,000 Wahl Co com..
45,500 Walgreen Co com........ ..*

550

5,250
9,400
110
890

1,720
150
500

10,300

6,500
100

950

46,300

760

3,310
23,321

Preferred.....

....

38

........*

34

75

•

150 Western Pr Lt & Tel cl A_..*

6,560 Wleboldt Stores lnc

26,500

—

16%
3%

*

com

Williams Oll-O-Matlc com...*
Wisconsin Banksbarea—

•
Common
32,450
1,150 Yates-Amer Mach part pref.•
8,250 Yellow Cab Co Inc (Chic)..*
54,450 Zenith Radio Corp com
*

No par value.
New stock.




Sale

7

17%
4%

1

Sale

Sale

7% Sale
2%
3%

1

~~2H
/

3

1%
Sale

Aug.
6
Aug.
1
Aug.
16% Aug.
15% Aug.,
28% Aug,
Aug.

1

12%
38%

Sale
39

¥
29n
136

77n

H
17
4%

15%

m

35

2%
Sale

%
138
78

%
10%
5%

3% Sale
%
i;
10%
11
5% Sale

x

20

12

30
2
9

27

Aug.

1

Aug.
Aug.
18% Aug.
35
Aug.
1% Aug.
29% Aug.
% Aug.
137
Aug.
75
Aug.
% Aug.
16
Aug.
4
Aug.

29
7
29
15
2
28
13

13

*

Adjusted for 100% stock dividend paid Feb. 20

934.
Price adjusted
Dec. 29 1934.
The

«

National

to

100% stock dividend
v

Securities

paid

'■

Exchanges on which
low prices since July 11933 were made (designated
by superior figures in tables), are as follows:

14

Jan.

10

24

9% Apr. 10

21
9
19
7
5
12
28

104* Aug.

Jan. 15 110
59
Mar. 1
11% Jan. 14

1

Aug. 17

78
8%
3%
6%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
1
Aug,
19% Aug.
16% Aug.
34% Aug.

1

16
27
3

24

1% Jan.
5

16
16
5
10
30
15
1
13

69

3% Mar. 5
% Mar. 20
3% Jan. 14
1
10

Aug. 30
Jan.

8

14% May
2
28% Aug. 27

7% Aug. 31

Mar
May
Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
Mar.
1% Mar.
% May

20
27
12
14

6% Jan.

Aug. 19
1% Aug. 14
4% Aug. 14

5%
1%
40%
%
%
%

14
5
Aug.
8
39% Aug.
20
Aug. 10

iiH

Jan.
Jan.

16
28
2

15

31

Jan.

16

22

Apr. 26
26% June 3
% July 23

3

35

Aug.
2% Aug.
32% Aug.
% Aug.
139
Aug.
80% Aug.
% Aug.
16% Aug.
6% Aug.

3%
%
11%
5%

5
21
19

13
16
8
21

.

13
15
23
31

21
9
19
7
5
12
28
22
15
17

a*
2

Los Angeles Curb

Philadelphia Stock

24

St. Louis Stock

6% July 31
3% Feb. 16
19% Aug. 15
19% Jan.
8
36
Feb. 26

7% Aug. 31
2
May 28
Jan.

52

3

1%
4%
1%
%

June 11

5

Aug. 19
Aug. 14
Aug. 14
Mar. 23
June
5
Aug.
5
May 20
Aug. 10

14

40
20

35% June 13
2% Aug. 22
5
32% Aug.

H

17o%

% May 23
9% May
1
l% Apr,
4

18

Aug. 16
9% July 25
3% Aug. _5

Jan.

Aug. 29

21

„

Jan.

Aug. 28
1
Aug.
Aug. 21

New York btock
New York Curb
Boston Stock

12*

15 143
92
8
%
Aug. 16
Feb. 16
2% Mar. 18

127
30

Cleveland Stock

v

**

9

Aug. 27
Aug. 28
Aug. 19
Aug.
8

^

Jan.

8
95
33

7
3

Jan.

78

2

*

Ex-dividend.

M

Aug. 21
July
8
9
July 10
50% Aug. 31

100

3

2

f Flat.
»

9

29

Jan.

20

Aug.

2%
%
10%
2%

Jan.

Mar. 14

7

8

39

18%

35

143
Sale

14 X

40

3
4

July

12

% Jan.
1 % Feb.
9% Feb.

25% Jan.

n% Aug.

2

% Apr ,

30

95% Aug. 15

2

2

6

Aug. 29
July 23

14 148
27

46

Aug. 31

■7% Aug.

16

2 140

Jan,
Feb.

27% July

2

74

18%

128
133

Mar. 8
Mar. 11
% Jan. 31
54% Jan. 14

1

1

2

Aug.
Aug.

9

4

4%

aI*
42

2

5% Aug.
13% Aug.
2
Aug.
90

2%

17%
37%
39%
2%

8
16% Jan.
40%
3 105
61% Jan.
73% Jan. 22 115

Aug. 13
9
Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
12
Aug.
18
Aug.
2% Aug.

1

5
Aug. 16
July
3
June 21
Apr. 27
Aug 17
July 29
Apr.
6
July
9
Aug.
8
Apr. 10
Aug. 12
Aug. 5
Aug.
3
July 16
July 13

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
18
Aug.
2% Aug.
% Apr.
95% Aug.
46
Aug.

45

4

2

17
2
6
16
12
5
3
18
110% Aug. 16
Aug.
Aug.
4
Aug.
3
Aug.
1% Aug.
42
Aug.
40% Aug.
103% Aug.

5
24
110
9 110
Aug.
55% Aug. 29 59
31
Aug. 31 37%

8

8

2

28
2

7% Aug.
28
20

% Jan. 12
6
5% Feb.

38

Aug.' "21
1% Aug. 21
Aug. 27 14
Aug. 19
1 104% Aug.
Aug.
6
14
Aug. 27
S
Aug.
Aug. 2 50% Aug. 31

46

31

2% Sale
%
%
11% Sale
3% Sale

.

The directors of the Borg-Waraer Corp. have
authorized the redemption of7,800 shares of pref.
stock (par $100) which, when accomplished, will
reduce the outstanding shares of pref. to 25,000
shares.
The stock will be redeemed on Aug. 31
next at $107.50 per share plus accrued dividends.
b

Aug. 13
1% Aug. 14

20% Aug.

6 m; 9

17%

1%
1%
30% Sale
%
%

153

A Co cl A. *
mm

8%
2%

19% Sale

Stock purchase warrants..
Ward (Montgom)

Waukesha Motor Co

28

Sale

74

% Sale
2% Sale

Aug. 28
Aug. 26
7
Aug.
7
Aug.

Sale

43 >i\:.

"l""i%

7

% Aug.

n

Sale Prices
14
Jan.
9

11

.

Jan.

11

1

4,000

830

95

Sale

3

17,750 Utah Radio Products com..*
19,850 Utility A Ind Corp com.....*
Convertible preferred. ... *
11,900
50 Utll Pow A Light cl A
1
non-

2%

6% Sale
3%

9,700 Thompson (J R) com......35

25

31
6%
16.

10%
17
16% Sale
33
Sale

Swift Internaclonal. ......16

Common

2

110

Sale
Sale
Sale

Aug. 26
Aug. 13
2
Aug.
2
Aug.

132% Aug. 2 140
Aug. 29
143% Aug. 28 146% Aug.
1

51%

mm

*

Sutherland Paper common. 10
Swift A Co stk
25

100 United Gas Corp common
1
450 U S Gypsum common.
..20

10,000
8,050
5,550

30%
1%
2%
2%

37
35%
37
.35%
103% 100
113
107%

28%

m

74
78
8% Sale
2%
3

*

Stuts Motor Car com

1%
3%

134
143

28

46

St Louis Nat Stockyards cap *
Standard Dredge conv pref *

Common................

1

2% Sale
1%

2

"""350

1

l4%A~u~g".~"i 17% Aug."i7

29 %

18%
107
50%
32
5%
13%

480

350

6

May 10

16

Aug.
Aug.

p

3,530 Sears Roebuck 5c Co com. ...*
1,461 Slftnode Steel Strap Co pf.50
3,270
Common................. *
1,140 Slvyer Steel Castings com..,*

1,340

19

7% Aug.

15^

Sale

2

2,310 Sastaao Electric Co.......*
Preferred...........

28

2

g

1
1
1
1%
',i:1:2^
1%
12
13% Sale
12%
104
Sale
104
105%
12%
14
'14% 11%
Sale
41
Sale
40%

30,310 Ryerson Sc Sons Inc com...*

490

28

2
5% Aug.
25% Aug. 30

19

i

17

,.

160
Preferred. .............100
550 Rollins Hos Mills conv pref.*

10

.....

Highest

19

25

19%

Sale

1

Lowest
Sale Prices

4% May 8
21% Mar 13

133% Sale
146
28

Highest
Sale Prices

5
Aug. 16
Aug.
2
Aug.
6

40%

450

cl

7%

39% Sale
100
103% 101
110
108

450
10

*

12%

2%

550 Reliance Internat A com....*

13,110

>

36%

12,820 Reliance Mfg Co Common. 10

30
40

Lowest

9

6

RANGE SINCE JAN. i

Sale Prices

Ash

7

10,190 Quaker Oats Cocoas....... *
Preferred..............100
3,320
1,150 Rath Packing Co com.... 10
3.700 Raytheon Mftf Co com vtc 50c
2,700
6% preferred v tc........5

4,600

Aug. 31

12%

n5AH
24

Common............4....*
Convertible preferred... *

1

Ask Bid

Bid

Par

59

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from
July 1 1933

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

chicago
stock exchange

stock exchange

Jan.

15

May 22
June 19

Aug. 16

July 11
Aug. 21

3% Feb. 23
% Aug. 28
July 29
5% Aug. 21

12

Boston Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

.V\->

RANGE OF PRICES ON BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE
•v'.X

Stock Sales

1935

August...
Jan. 1 to Aug. 31

.-Shares.

1934

611,036
2,770,026

304,736
4,596,667

r;:

Bond Sales

Jan. 1 to

1934

1935

August

$77,760
1,151,000

$94,750
526,050

Aug. 31.

*

AGGREGATE
In

SALES

August

Since
Jan. 1

$

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

$

::

BONDS

Aug. 311935

50
32

1948

1,500

844

32%
34
35
35
60
55

K C Mem & Blrm 4s......1934
5s
....
1934

STOCKS
Shares.
Par.
7,138 Amer 9c Continental Corp..*

1,050
315
123

16,017
.

1,542

mm

2",092

9,977
5,057
1,040
1,434

1,096
57
239

402

""166

Common

22

95

«■

•»»' mm

mm

mm —

—

mm

mr

■.mmmmrnm* •> m

74% Aiig.22

—

4

13
1%

12% ll«
136% Sale

18%
116

20%
-

—

117

68% Sale

11%
1%
2%
13%
130%

70% Jan.
55% Jan.
49

Jan.
Jan.

63% Aug. 28

49% Jan.

67

50

Aug. 28

"76% Aug.""§

Aug. 20 12
2
Aug. 7
3%
Aug.
8
Aug. 10 15%
Aug.
1 141%

Aug.
Aug. 10
Aug. 27
Aug. 6
Aug. 13

18% Aug. 26 22
Aug. 6
90
Aug. 12
Aug. 14 95
115% Aug.
1 119% Aug. 14
68
Aug.
1
71% Aug. 5

Apr.
% Mar.

2

Aug. 21

6,192 Calumet Ac Hecla

Sale

23

Sc-'t": Sale
7
8
10
11%
8
9%
9%
/

m

14

J*

7

I
Aug.
Aug,
6
Aug. 12
Aug. 29

'26% "Aug." 13

7

8

7

"7%
6%
7%
6%
9%

8

9% Aug. 13
Aug. 23
11% Aug. 13
8

~"7" Aug ""2

8

16

"I6~~

Aug.

8

11

Aug. 13

14"

Aug.

9

Sale"
142
1 %

14% ;

13% Aug "^2

145

145

4% Sale

14

Aug.
1
Aug. 27

Aug. 16 148

"2"" Aug." 15

2

3% Sale

29

12%
140

146

3% Aug.

1

Aug." 19

2

Feb. 25

9
7

12% Mar. 19
3% Apr.
2
3
Apr. 15
5
5% Apr.
Feb.

18

4% June

3

4% Apr. 23
2

5% Aug. 22

6

Mar.

8% July
9% Jan.

26

6% cum pref ..........100
Stamped Stock
100

125

3,011
1,605
1,493
1,372
2,831
5,126
1,450

3% Sale
1%
3%

4%% Cum Prior pref...100
8,400
6% Cum preferred.....100
19,119
9,765 Eairt Mass St Ry Co
100
First preferred.
5,496
100
Preferred B........
2,735
100
Adjustment.
12,345
...lot
Eastern SS Lines. Inc
5,603
...»
7% cum 1st preferred...100
300

492

8,612
2,298
85

350

73

2d

preferred

1,959
7,816
720
15

-

m

48% Sale
9%

80c
Sale

3

Sale

60c

S>H

100

106

38

»

45

ite

15H

151% Sale
15% Sale

4,986 General Capital Corp
~
55 Georgian Inc (The) A pref. 20
German Credit & Inv

4% Aug.
2
Aug.
4% Aug.
64% Aug.
53% Aug.
80c
Aug.
12
Aug.
5
Aug.
2% Aug.

Aug.
3
Aug.
Aug.
5
7% Aug.
Aug.
103
101% Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 20 45
Aug.
Aug. 23 17
Aug. 2 154% Aug.
15% Aug.
2 22
Aug.

C-'Kipr Sale
5K
5

1,188 Economy Grocery Stores...*
25,021 Edison Elec Illumination.100
20,868 Employers' Group Assoc T C*

r

7
2
3% Aug.
2
Aug. 29
Aug.
1
Aug.

Sale

63

.......

17

Aug.

m Aug.

\V*
Sale
a

31 % Aug. 28

33

% Aug. 14

33% Aug. 12
% Aug. 14

12

Aug.
6
July
5
Jan. 25
Jan. 26
Aug. 13
Jan.
4

2

Mar.

8% July
July

11
15

Feb. 25

Aug.
Jan.

1
3

8% Jan.

7

Jan.

21

4

5% Aug. 22
July

120

11

186% June 6
2% May 14
Mar.

17

Feb.
Mar.

2

23
July 18
Feb. 18
Aug. 13

8

12
8
11

14
5 153

Feb.

1

28
30
7
13
13

28

Jan.
Mar.

3

5

Feb.
Aug.
May
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2%
6%
1%
26%
9%

9

2% Mar. 15

4
29
15

71% Aug.

14

2% May
14% Apr.

20

8

5

5% Feb. 23
9
1% July

106
159

200 Cont'l Securities Corp.... 5
35 Cont'l Secur Corp 5 % pref 100
18,872 Copper Range Co
25
18,651 East Boston Co............it
10,439 Eastern Gas Ac Fuel Assn com

8

June

19

Chic Jet Ry At U 8 Y—

1,021

June

55

25
Jan.
May 10 96
July
Mar. 29 120% Jan.

58% Apr. 16

7

8

2
8

65

June 13

July
May

7

63% Aug. 28
68% July 15
75
July 12
76% Aug.
9

14% Mar. 19
82
88

6% Aug. 30

23

24% Sale

2

11

5%
12% Jan.
4 19%
98% Mar.21 141%
2
Apr.
3
4%

......100

1st preferred class A
100
Class B 1st pref stamped 100
Class B 1st preferred...100

29
11

June

7 104% June 21
Mar. 23
31 109

Jan.
8
June 10
June
8

63

7

8

Mar. 29

2

5

6

Prior pref .............100
Class A 1st pref stamped 10*

Highest
Sale Prices

45% Apr.

63% Jan.

11%
1%

92

Sale

68

525 Boston Ac Providence.....100
1,686 Brown 9c Co 6% Cum pref. 100
1,566 Brown 9c Durrel Co common

1,981

Sale
16

91

Class C 1st pref
stamped 100
1st pref class C.........100
Class D 1st pref stamped 100
1st pref class D
69
100
3,361 Boston Personal Prop Tr__100

'""250

—

55

21%

798

30

Aug.
9
63% Aug. 10

69

100

Preferred

mm

60

115% Sale

457

'"470

75%
75%

73

61

63% Sale
67

68

14

1,406

""105

Sale

63
66
73

327 Boston Ac Maine pref stpd.100
23
12

•»

Lowest

Sale Prices
Mar. 28
50
45
Apr.
6

101
108

131% Sale

:■

"""13

Highest
Sale Prices

m.

3

389 Blgelow-Sanford Carpet...
361
Preferred...
ISO
6,874 Boston 9c Albany
1M
12,484 Boston Elevated
Its

66

Ask

■

11% Sale
1K
1H

11,849 Amer Pneumatic Servlce...25
3,842
6% non-cum preferred
50
First pre/erred
1,470
M
134,061 Amer Telep 9c Teleg
ltl
5,633 Amoskeag Mfg Co.......
*

37
767

Lowest

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

30
88
90

-191,000 East Moss StRR serA 4%s 1948
Series B 5s
132,050
1949
Series C 6s Jan 1
25,300
1948
Series D 6s.....
26,350
1948
2,000

Shares.

1

Aug.
Bid

10,000 Brown Co 5%s
1946
3,000
5%s
—1950
,21,000 Chic Jet Ry * U S Yds 4S.1940
4,000
SS...........^.... . — . —. 1948

ll",600

SINCE JAN. 1

to

■

97,900 Amoskeag Mfg Co is

44,000
39,150

RANGE

July 1 1933

5

4% Aug. 21
2% Jan. 22
4% Jan.
7

54% Mar.

68% July

8

37% Apr.
% May

53% Aug.

8

5

6
Aug. 22
Aug. 22

12
5

1% Apr.
76c July

2% Aug. 24
7% Aug. 13

4% Apr.
95
34

Feb.

1

Jan.

Jan.
Mar.

Aug.
8
Aug.
9
20% Jan.
3
154% July
5
22
Aug. 16
103
45

14% Apr.
97% Feb.
11% Feb.
24% Mar. 29
% Aug. 14

33% Aug. 12
1% Apr. 17

Corp—

10

769

25% 1st pfd allot ctfs....*
7878
1,897 Gilchrist Co............
24,893 Gillette Safety Rasor Co....'12 Grief Bros Cooperage A com. *
60 Hathaway Bakeries cl A.....

-

,

"""152
650

3%

4%

MH

17%

4

17
Aug. 26
3% Aug. 28
16% Aug. 1
28
Aug. 27

Aug.

12% Mar. 15
28
Aug. 27

Aug.
% Aug.
48c
Aug.

17% May
6
% July 29
25c
Mar. 4

17
Aug. 26
4% Jan.
2
19% Aug.
7
28
Aug. 27
2% May
4
30
Aug. 27
% July 29
48c Aug. 27

26% Jan.

Sale

16% Sale

37

17.

Sale

23

20c

K

%
35c

25

28

*

^

40c

8
3

2

23

29

Aug.

4% Aug.
19% Aug.

1% Hill

*770 Hatha way's Bakeries pref...*
Class B
*
400
4,186 Helvetia Oil Co tr ctfsIIIIII

300

15

12%

;

,4401

%

Aug.
I
% Aug. 23
% Aug.
7

30

Apr. 10

Apr. 10
Jan.

12

Hygrade-Sylvanla Lamp—""
4,443
1,288

2,114
I

'""loo
6

200

103
80

1,718
545

2.722

.

cert

Preferred................

150 Int'l Button Hole Mach Co. 10
3,425 Int Hydro-Elec Sya cl A...25
172 Island Creek Coal.. ......1
6% cumul preferred......1
37
2,892 Isle Royal Copper
......25

■

77

Com stk Tr

417 Llbby McNeil Ubby
10
863 Loew's Theatres......
25
2,066 Maine Central.....
100
525
Preferred..............100
13,289 Mass Utll Associates v t c...
5,792 Mergenthaler Linotype.....
1,334 Nat Serv Co com shs tr ctfs..
16,122 New England Tel Ac Tel...100

For footnotes




see

95

■9
»

85
30c

«2%
4

f

16%
2% Sale

16%

.....

2% Aug. 2
Aug. 12

25

114"" "II%
6%

6%

114

60c

6%

%

7%

6

29>l

70*

108%

65c

7

Aug. 19
Aug, 6
Aug.
7
20
Aug. 12
1% Aug.
5
26
Aug. 26
5

"IH
31

Sale

26
111

2IH
28
Sale

106

% Aug. 21

Aug. 29

6

ih 18*

20 %

4% Aug.
Aug.

26

Aug.

page 61.

I

7

6%
5%
21%
2%
30

5 112

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 19

Jan.

3

12 108

15% Apr. 17
1% Mar. 18
26% June 12
110
50c
6

17

5

May 13
June 12

4% Aug. 17
34

Feb. 20

Feb.
5 115
Mar. 18 80c

July
Jan.•

June 26

Apr. 12
Aug. 15
Mar. 5
Aug. 28
Aug. 13

5% Jan.
4% Jan.
11% Jan.
1
25

Mar.
,

Feb.

9
8
15
5

8%
6%
6%
21%
2%

5
7

May 17 32% Jan. 14
% Feb. 26
% Mar. 18
Aug. 19
88% Mar. 20 112

BOSTON

Sept., 1S35]
AGGREGATE
I

In

SALES

August
Shares

Shares

f.

STOCKS

4,769

"""90
775
470

i
•'

191

3,210
735

Aug. 311935

.-v.--1 ;j;,

Par

825

Aug.

com

Preferred

13,458 N Y N H & Hartford
21,611 North Butt*..
1,355 Northern RR (N H)

2.50

.100

.100
4,678 Cld Colony
4,376 C*ld Dominion Co....... .-25
3,765 Pacific Mill*............ .100
26,317 Pennsylvania RR....... —50
9,666 PondCr Pocahontas Co.

328 Prov 5c Worcester Ry

Sale
4% Sale

9", 318
175
18

135

4,585

6

2d

preferred-

— ..——

Swift Ac Co..........

1,076

7,231
10,500 Torrlngton Co

6624 Sale
%
60c
14% Sale
27 24 Sale
26
Sale

536

2,518
472

4,924
513

2,252
10,682

40c

20

%
Sale
2

4,288

2,619

preferred...—--.-100
*
preferred ........
*
280 Warren (S D) 8c Co com
•

v&ife: 235
13,701
■

"ilo

.

Waldorf ftyatem Inc..
•
268 Waltham Watch class B com •
Preferred..............1M
931

707

50

«

45c
14

1424

5*

Sale
20

55c

Sale

14%

15
2

1H

"8%

Sale

'n%
60

1

13

4% Aug.

Conv

Aug.
8
Aug.
3
% Aug.
7
14% Aug. 29
26
Aug.
8
18
Aug. 22




112" Aug"." 12
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
29% Aug.
20
Aug.
68

55c
16

19
17
13

17
1

Sale

6
6
7

15

8% Aug.

1

10

6% Aug. 26
% Aug. 12
65
Aug. 16

84%

"85"

82% Aug. 23

73

2

June

Sale Prices

6

5

6

81

824
2% Feb. 26
20c
Apr. 16 30c
103
Feb.
6 112
56% Apr. 23 72
55c
25c
Feb.
7
12
Apr.
4 21
1724 Mar. 13 29%
19
27
July 30
84
May
3 105
Jan.

% Aug.

% Aug,
14% Aug.
1% Aug.

5c

-----

22

13% Mar. 14

Aug.
Aug.

2

Aug. 15

10c
8

Feb.

13

Apr. 27
Feb.

19

1224 Mar. 16
2% Mar. 14
Aug. 12
Aug. 16
18
July 24
May
9

1024 Aug.
% Aug.
65
Aug.

65*

Aug.

ltH
69

89

1

Jan.

2

Sale
% Sale
2%
324
82 % Sale
38
3924
% Sale
1% Sale
18

%
4

81

18

Sale
4%

%
2%
80%
38%
%
1%

Sale

38%
24
154
%

% vl
2

12324
6%

Sale

19

39
1
1%

3

7%

*

1 New York Curb

Aug.
1
Aug.
2
Aug. 27
Aug. 27
Aug.
2
Aug. 12
Aug. 13

Aug.
1J4 Aug.
4% Aug.
84
Aug.
40%. Aug.
1% Aug.
124 Aug.
20

2
Aug.
Aug. 30
Aug.
Aug.
8 126
824 Aug.
6% Aug.
7

2

125

120

7%

8%

70

124 July

"Id" "ii%
25%—

-

3%

3%

11%
25%

"I"
-

3% Aug. 23

II

—-

* New York Produce

Exchange.

Aug.

3

5% Aug.

11%

Aug.

7

16

Aug. 12
June 20

June
Jan.

17
8

Aug. 17
Jan.
8
Jan. 29
Feb.

9

16
18
25
31
24
13
12
65
Aug. 16
18
July 24
1924 Jan.
4
93
July 18

1624 July
224 June
19c
Apr.
10
May
1524 May
1024 Aug.
24 Aug.

May
2
Aug. 14
124 Aug. 20
424 Aug. 17
85
July 18
4024 July
3
124 Jan.
7
224 Jan. 25

20c
20

1
May 11
3
15
May 17
5 126
Aug. 16
Apr.
824 Aug. 29
4J4 Mar. 14
1

Mar. 27
Feb.

June 14

6

Feb.

5
1224 Apr.
May 11
224 Mar. 15
1324 May 10
3
424 Jan.
8
25% July

20

" Feb.

70

Feb.

2

Sale

2

1

May til
Aug.
6
Aug. 13
Feb.
1

120

35

4%

Jan.

3524 Jan.

11-16 June 27

50c

— -

3
-----

May
2
12% Jan. 18
% Mar. 7
1% June 21
15c

5c

Sec^iU^f^rcban?^11 on 'which lo^pricessince July 11933 were made (designated

New York Stock

1

108
65

Aug.
6
8% Aug. 13

19

Prior

Warren Bros

20 Wilson Jones

The°

Sale

8

89

650 Venezuela Holding Corp—..*
558 Venezuela Mexican OH CrplO
363 Vermont Ac Massachusetts 1M

■'i.

v

Sale

"8% Sale" "9% "9%

25

Preferred.
—.........25
4,955
12,678 Utah Apex Mining
5
-.1
111,348 Utah Metal 8c Tunnel.

15

14%
XI %

*

300 Union Copper Ld & Min Co 25
3,159 Union Twist Drill..........5
11,538 United Founders Corp com.l
1
1,478 United Gas Corp
53,587 United Shoe Mach Corp...52
.

65

81"

V

:

V

Sale

107" "I~ 108" H2"

175 Suburban Elec Secur com..*
1st preferred
18
100

669

6%

Aug."27

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

4% June
77%

lioo

25
6,053 Qulncy Mining Co
2,231 Reece Button Hole Mach—10
10
3,533 Reeca Folding Mach Co
1,907 Shannon Copper Co.......10
20,419 Shawmut Ann T C__
313 Spencer Trask F'd cap stock *
21,142 Stone Ac Webster fnc cap stk.

■1*121

75

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Ask
10
78

6

6

80

.100

Lowest

Aug.31

1

Ask Bid

Bid

.100
.100

90 New River Co

~~~125

1

July 1 1933
to

Since
Jan. 1

'

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

BOSTON
STOCK EXCHANGE

61

STOCK EXCHANGE

624 Jan.

20
19
20
7

1324 May 10
Aug.
8
July • 8

m

by superior figures in tables), are as follow

Baltimore Stock

Exchange

MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

',r.

'

7

777: 7.'

7;\V

v;

I ;77

.

,

■

r,r7-

;7--^

'

V:7,v-'^

7

RANGE OF PRICES ON BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGE
Stock Sales

1935

?

August

Shaies.

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31-

AGGREGATE

— -

SALES

BALTIMORE

_

1934

50,650
390,511

Aug. 311935

1934

$35,300

Jan. 1 to

Aug.

3^—

$72,300
1,162,203

-—.1,647,900

PRICES IN AUGUST

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1

July 1 1933

BONDS

1935

r

Since

August

t

August

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

Bond Sales

17,497
342,296

Jan. 1

BALTIMORE CITY BONDS—
4a

Aug.
Bid

1

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Ask

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Lowest

1,400
2,300 4s
1,000 4a O B coupon
......1962
9,200 4a Sewerage Impt
1961

116)4 May 20 116)4 May 20
Jan.
4 113)4 June 12
Feb. 20 108H Feb. 12

100 4a Dock Loan
.......1961
100 4a School Houae........ 1961
100 4a Burnt District

1960

3,000 4a Water Loan
100 3Ms Funding

100

1958

1936

100 4s Harbor Ser...
200 4s Harbor Ser......

"905

100

1957

400 4s 2d Water Serial
4s 2d Water

107

2,900
1,000
17,000
22,000

4s 2d

Co.

Nth

Aug. 30
16)4 Aug. 30

18)4 Aug. 29
17X Aug. 29

Realty Co 6s....1940
(flat)
1948
Ry 1st cons 5s ctf '45

44

Sale

44

44

42

Ga Caro & Nor 6s
ctfs...1934
Ga Marble Co 1st 6s

(flat) 1950

Aug.
Aug.

1
6

42

Aug.
Aug.

45

Ga & Ala

Aug. 20

45

Aug. 20

1936

1942

12,005
Shares

85,000
75,000
185,000
273,000
80,000
141,000

First 4a

200

108

1949
1941

trctfs

1941

STOCKS.

24

195

1st Preferred

v

10c
2034 Sale

4

10c
20
Sale

21

6

v

28

)4 Aug. 30
3
Aug. 30

*

310

342

744

1,200

943
650

"254
549
245

16

Sale

"15" Sale"

25

33

Sale

3334 Sale

100

115

Sale

*

.

100
For footnotes




preferred

Class B

200 Guilford Realty Co
Preferred
100
see

1

Aug. '31
Aug. 30

3

3

Mar. 13

15

Feb.

19

Apr.

1

18H Jan.

30
Mar. 5

Aug.
16)4 Aug.

Feb. 16
17)4 Feb. 18
18)4 Aug. 29
1734 Aug. 29

85

Feb.

21

34

Jan.

30

llH

May

Jan.

May

39)4 May 3
111)4 Feb. 15

Mar.

44

Aug.
1
49)4 June 28
1034 May 28
15)4 May 28
45
Aug. 20

42

Aug.
1034 May
15)4 May

35
June
95
Apr.
4
Mar.
17 X Feb.

95

Apr. 26
Mar. 26

4
25

Jan.

12

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.
Jan.

43

50
99

31

20

7)4 Mar. 12
Feb.

28

48
July
8
106)4 June 21
52)4 Mar. 15
9934 Aug. 13

May
Aug.
Mar.

80

25
3
1
28
23
12
24
28
19
9

1H Jan.

10c Feb.

18*

20
8

Mar. 15

154 Feb.
134 Jan.

8
26

20

Feb.

2

20

Feb.

4

1 )4 Jan.

26
1)4 Feb.
5
20

Feb.

1

19

Jan.

30

534 July

3
16

6

July

10c Feb.

Mar.
Mar.

3*

Jan.

Aug.
Aug.

Aug. 31
•••Si*'- Aug. 30
4
40

83)4 Sale
113)4 Sale
113

Sale

113 X

Sale

80)4 Sale

il6"" "Sale"

12)4 Sale

6)4
13

82

84

Sale

38)4

734
1434
Sale

80

Aug. 24 90
113
Aug.
1 113)4
113
Aug. 6 113)4
11334 Aug.
7 116
34 Aug.
9
34

634 Aug.
1234 Aug.
81

35
8

7
1

Aug. 15
Aug.
5
Aug. 13

Aug.

Feb.

Apr.
47)4 July
115
July
29)4 Jan.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

7)4 Aug.
Aug.

14

85
40

3

]Q0

27

Aug.
Aug.

1
6

53

111)

9

3

Aug.

3

27

Aug.

27

V

■

Mar. 26

Aug. 15

33

Jan,

117

V;:.'
'

■

'

.

•

•

"

2
1
Aug. 10
11534 June 10
11334 July 15
116
Aug. 17

Jan.

90

May

1

Mar.

6

Jan.

July

'

.

20

Feb.

Feb.

85

Jan.

40

Jan.

9

July
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.

June

1*

Aug.
Aug.

27

■
-

.

■

4

24

11 u July
6
9
July 29
14
Aug. 14

'

...w

-

26

May

32)4 May

pake 63.

■

..

51

i!"

U

4

120

5)4 Feb.
July
July
15
Mar.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

3

Jan.

11934 Aug. 12

109
Feb.
104 H Jan.
June

3*

June
Jan.

July
8
Apr.
1
17X Aug. 14
34
' Aug.
9

7)4 Jan.

110
Jan.
29 h Jan.

*

•

7
18

22
31
8

M Apr.
14)4 Aug. 28
1734 Aug.
33
34
Aug.
1
Aug.
115
Aug.
1 117)4 Aug.
49
Aug.
2 51
Aug.
11934 Aug. 12 119)4 Aug.

....*
com

2

10c Aug. 15
2
2134 Aug.
28)4 Aug. 13

100

1,527
7% preferred
25
9,990 Consol Gas E L ft Power
*
2,327
6% preferred ser D
100
923
5K% pref ser E...
100
3,539
5% preferred
100
2,126 Davison Chemical Co.......*
2,254 E Porto Rican Sugar com.._l
1,773
Preferred..
..........1
1,443 Eastern Sugar Assoc com .1
725
Preferred.
1
1,680 Emerson Bromo Salts A...2.50
5,368 Fidelity & Deposit... ....20
3,865 Fidelity ft Guar Fire Corp. 10
2,116 Finance Co of Am class A...*
71

"255

5)4 Aug.

,..100
common...

A Pot Tel of Bait
pf.
33 Commercial Credit com
8
534% preferred
1st

10c Aug. 15
19)4 Aug. 28
Aug. 2

27

t c...*

1,175 Chea

460

1 100

Apr.

20
20

Jan.

25

1,062 Commercial Credit pref B. .25

1,290

Aug. 30

...10

t c__

Preferred

39,218 Black & Decker
Preferred
7,390

78

Apr.

Feb.

Par.

5)4 Sale

1,173 Baltimore Tube common.. 100
7,878
a,051

9934 Aug. 13

1949

45 Autollne OH pref
21 Bait Transit Co com

24

Aug. 28

1949

2,£00 Appalachian Corp.
•
28,979 Arundel Corporation
♦
2,796 Atlantic Coast L (Conn)...50

21

Aug. 26

34 Feb.
H Apr.
10)4 May
10)4 Mar.
)4 Apr.
34 Apr.
11)4 June
10)4 Mar.
2)4 Jan.

.........

5,002

Feb.

20 107
29 110

80

99

...1949

(flat)

(Md.) 5%

Shares

20 107

37

....1949

1st 4s ctfs (flat)

12

Jan.

106)4 June

1949

Wash B 8c A 5s flat

June

June
4
Mar. 12

Feb.

si*

Funding 5s (ctfs)......1936

Income 4a (flat)
Income 4s ctfs

May
6
Apr. 13

Feb.

5)4 Jan.

(flat)
First 6a (flat)
1st 6s ctfs (flat)

5

101

1

6

Inter-Ocean Oil Co lst~7s '35

*

107

5
7
June 12
June
4
Mar. 12
Jan.

Feb.

14,000 Read Drug & Chem 534s_1945
1,000 Richmond Dairy 1st 6s..1944
United Ry
ft El funded 5a

37,000
47,500
79,000
195,000

May 17 109
103
110
108'
109

M

1939

Lake Roland 1st 5s..

June 24

80)4 May

16

192,000 Maryland El Ry 6Ha (flat) 1957
6Hs
i962
1,000
6s...._...............1933
43,000
6% (certificates)ZZHZZl933
87,000
1944
1,000 Norfolk St Ry 5s
17.00G North Avenue Market 6a 1940
14,000

107
109

1942

Consol Gaa 1st 5s

Gibson Island 6s_.

July 17
Aug. 16
May 17

June 24 120
5 106
20 112
Aug. 16 107

19

Consol Coal ref
4H a'ctfa>1934
1st 5s ctfs
1950

6s ctfs

Jan.

Feb.

13

Aug.26

1942

Century Parkway Corp 6sl956

Davison

Jan.

11

2,000 Bait Transit Co 4s flat..1975
A 5s flat
600
1975

5,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
2,000
6,000
4,000
1,000
4,000
1,000
1,000
4,000

27
27
20
16

100

7 110

Balto

certificates

9
2

13

107

Aug.

1953

Trac

Aug.1

107

108

5% ctfs

Pivlat 5a
1st 5a

15
7

103)4 Mar. 25 103)4 Mar. 25

B»ltSpar Pt Ac Chea—
4)4% (certlfs)
.....1953
B*lt°

2 100

110H Apr. 13 110)4 Apr.
109 X Mar. 27 109)4 Mar.
109 X Mar. 27 109)4 Mar.
106
Jan. 16 114
July
Feb. 20 112)4 Aug.
107

109

3 Ha New
sewerage impt.. 1980
Atl Coast Line Conn

1,000
9,000

Aug.

15 106
Jan.
7 106
Jan.
20 111)4 July

105
110
108

1948

434 s__

Feb.

106)4 Mar,

water ser .........1957
water serial
1954

100

2,000

Aug. 16

Water serial.......1942

100 4a 2d

1,000
1,000

Aug.. 16 107

1949

serial..

4s 2d

300

600

2

Jan.
Jan.

120
106

School serial
1945
School serial
1948
4s 2d School
600
Loan.......1947
500 4a 2nd School (cpn) ..1.1944
700 4s 2d Water Serial..
1951

2,000

Aug.

104 X
108
106
106
108
100

107

600

1,600

2 100

111X Aug. 14 112)4 Aug. 16

100 4s 2d
4a 2d

2,500

Aug.

1956

200 4s Jones Falls.....
..1951
3,500 4a Annex Improvement.. 1954
3,800 4a Annex Improvement.. 1951
48 Art Museum
(cpn)_.
1953
11,000
300 4s Public Park Impt
1955
4a Paving Loan
1951
2,800

'155

Highest

Sale Prices
Sale Prices
106
Jan
5 110)4 May 13
108
Mar. 14 111)4 June 29

Conduit.............1962
Conduit..............1958

•

-

8

12
14
30
17
1
6

AGGREGATE

baltimore
stock exchange

SALES

August

Jan. 1

""480

Aug.81 1935

1

Aug.

100

398
7
197

2,633
5,147

1,068

Kerch Ac Miners Transp

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug. 15

VOXAug.""6
Aug. 15

25

%
2

Sale

2

218

'24% Sale'

*

23i
22

Sale

22

7% pref .25

% Sale

.......100

40 J

Sale

9]

Sale

281 Northern Central Ry......50

307

3,668 Penna Water & Power......*

180

% Aug. 15
8% Aug.
5
1
Aug. 15
2% Aug.
5
2
Aug.
1
220
Aug. 30
24 X Aug.
1
22% Aug. 15

% Aug.
7% Aug.
lAi Aug.
2% Aug.
IX Aug.
218
Aug.
23
Aug.
21
Aug.

304
2,580
93,121

*

27

25

Mar. 16

16

% Aug.

3

5% May 15

% June 13
1

Jan.

15

1% Mar. 19
210

Jan.

21

25

7

Mar.

15% Jan.

8

•;*». :w» «S

-

Aug. 27

1% July
40
July

18
22

Mar. 18

6

88% Mar. 11
53
Jan.
3
11
July
9
5
Apr. 23
June 28

8

Standard Gas Equip pref 100

% Jan.

United Rys 8c Elec Co

5c Mar. 20

10% Sale

540 Western National Bank...20

25

41X Aug.
6
10% Aug. 12
98% Aug.
6
76
Aug.
9

8

com.50
U S Fidelity 8c Guar
2
764 Western Md Dairy Corp pref*

11",037

Sale

Aug.
1
Aug. 30
Aug.
6
Aug. 27

10

Preferred

:

75
109

Sale

75

40%
9>8
98%
73%

Icom A...10

Seaboard Comm

25

9% Sale

5

Preferred

108

Feb.

Mar. 16

5c Mar. 21

36,876 New Amsterdam Casualty. 5

Preferred

14

5

5

16

35

1,367

9% Jan. 11
10% May 23
Aug. 15

9% Jan.
25

....

Monon W Penn PS

Highest

"WAug"l

120
8,965

:

1

Sale Prices

322 Mort£a*e Bond 8c Title com.*
133 Mt Vern-Vvoodi Mills Com 100

1

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Ask

"§% Sale

1st preferred
.25
Second preferred........ 25
1,158
.......1
23,313 Maryland Gas Co
Junior cony pref ser B....1
50,911
61 Mercantile Trust Co.......50

2,576

32

RANGE

Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Bid

70
8% cum preferred.......25
783 Mfra Finance common f

.

101
:

STOCKS

Shares
105 Home Credit Co pref....__8Q
30,954 Houston OU preferred....100
r
103 Humphrey Mfg Co com.....*

65

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from
July 1 1933

Since

""6,522

63

EXCHANGE

to

In

Shares

STOCK

BALTIMORE

Sept., 1935]

30

11%

11%

10% Aug.

30

32

31X Aug. 14

3

11% Aug. 12

21

5% Jan.

21

Mar. 16

1% Apr,
1

44% Apr. 22
10% Aug. 12
98% Aug.
6
76
Aug.
9
11
July
9
6
Jan. 14
June 28
1% Feb. 23
6c Feb. 20
11% June 18
8

June 24

80

32%

Aug. 20

32

6

Jan.
9
1% Jan.
8
2% June 20
2% June 19
220
Aug. 30
28
May 24
22% Aug. 15
5c
Mar. 21
4
Jan. 15
9

Feb. 21

93

28

May 24

32% July

25

No par value.

The
»

National Securities
New York Stock.

Exchanges on which low prices since July
* New York Curb.

1 1933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables), are as follows:

RANGE OF PRICES ON PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE

Stock Sales

J'
August

,

Shares-

^

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31

AGGREGATE

PHILADELPHIA

SALES
Since

August

Jan. 1

BONDS

Aug.Zl 1935

$

•

200

• 400
2%s
..1952
8,000 Lehigh Nav series A 4%s.l954
6,000 Lehigh Valley 4s
2003
5s
2003
5,000
3,000
Annuity 6s
2,000
Registered 4s
...1948
1,000 Penn Pr&Lt4%s
1981
2,000 Pennsylvania RR 6%s
1936
39,000 Peoples Pass tr ctfs 4s..„ 1943
1,000 Phila & Rd Coal & Iron 6s '49
2,200 Phlla Elec (Pa; 1st s f 4s.1966

76,900

13,300

1st 5s.

1,000

T,66o

35,000 U S Treasury 3s
3%s
1,000

1,416
506
209

"4",851

STOCKS

:

•

361

50

Preferred...

•
50

Pennsylvania RR
Penna

Salt

Manufactur'g.50

Elec Pow pref

117
ctf of deposit
703 Scott Paper

...25

27

1,887
22,040
28,331
17,487

.

.

.

Series B 6% pref
.....100
Tacony-Palmyra Bridge
*

Tonopah-Betmont Devel

1

Tonopab Mining...........1
Traction...........SO

Union

•

No par

Aug."7
2

105% May
102% Aug.

...

1,692 Westmoreland, lnc
2,472 Westmoreland Coal

value,

x

Jan.

29 115

Jan.

21

Jan.

20

Jan.

May
8
May 18

2

20

48%

100
104%

103

in %

Sale

110%

Sale

U2%

ll3%

Aug. 22
Aug. 22 103
111% Aug.
8 112% Aug. 10

110%
«

100
'

89%

*100

109% Aug. 27 110% Aug.

1

112% Aug.

112%

7

7 112% Aug.

99% Apr. 24

9 105% May
2 102 % Aug.

Mar. 13

25% Jan.

110%
110%
108%
105%

Mar.

11
22
11
18
12
11

1 103.25June 24

104j32 Aug. 22 104*32 Aug. 22

Sale

47%

Sale

96

Sale

24

37

36

14%

12

15
Sale

24%
68%

119

5% Sale
49
6

5%

Aug. 17
8
Aug.

33
11

Feb.

Aug. 12
Aug. 22
Aug. 29

114 j

Apr.

6%

"7%

8

Sale

9%

Sale

2

Sale

1
%
1 ~
1%
2% Sale
26% Sale

Sale

27

Sale

95

101%

34%

21%
1%

23
2

100

46% Aug. 28 47% Aug. "I
94% Aug.
6 100% Aug. 24
24% Aug.
9 25% Aug. 28

6% Aug.
8
Aug.
% Aug.
% Aug.
Aug.
26
Aug.
101
Aug.
2

3
1

8% Aug. 17
10% Aug. 17

%
1
1%
2
2%
1
29%
2
2 104

n§""

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

113 % Aug.

111% Aug.
33% Aug.
33%
34
23
Aug.
22%
23%
1% Aug.
2% Sale
3% Aug.
4% Sale
2% Aug.
2%
2%
12% Aug.
12%
13

3%

Sale

2%
13%

Sale

67%

"68% "67% "70"

14

23

"9
10
17
19
5

Mar.
Jan.

40% May
81% Feb.

67

Aug.

......*
..*

June 26




19
7

May 9
Aug. 28
July 19
Aug. 17
Jan.
7
May 23

104

June

15
July 16
8
113% July
5
34% Aug.
May
9
25%

7
7
8
5

Jan.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
June
Mar.

26

2
1% Feb.
8
1% Jan.
2% Aug. 17
29% Aug. 19

r<4

Aug.

v.

Mar.

6%
4%
22%
17%

Jan.

69

■

Jan.

5

8

Jan.

2

Jan.

3

Jan.

7

Jan.

30

Aug. 15

113% Jan.
26

%
%
% Sale
3%
4

,%

4

T 27%

Sale

Aug.
%6 Aug.
% Aug..
3% Aug.

22

Aug.
% Aug.
% Aug.
4% Aug.

121% Apr.

109

22% Sale
% Sale
M,

112

June 15

26

Aug. 13

r

106%
e.

Sale

X

%

60
9%
5%

«14% Aug. 29 18% Aug.
104% Aug. 31 106% Aug.
104% Sale
%
%
60

Sale
Sale

15

12

6%

Sale

10
5

Aug.
9
Aug. 10

12

Aug,
6% Afrg.

Mar.

% Feb.

3% Mar.
3

"l5% Sale" "15% Sale"

Exchangee on which low prices since July 11933
* New York Curb.

Jan;

49%
100%
25%
69%
8%

Mar.

56

Aug. 15

51

70

13% Aug. 15

14

Aug. 15

12
22
29

Mar,
May
Mar.
May
Apr.
Aug.
Mar.
Mar.

69

3

3

Aug.
6% Aug.
46% Aug.
6% Aug.

51%
5%
5%
50%
%
%
1%
17%

3

5% Aug.

10

June

Feb.

31%
19%
1 %
3%
1 %
12%

2% Aug. 26

Jan.

WA
121

21

"9 103%

5
34% Aug.
23% Aug. 21

Mar.

2% Mar.

12

112% 113% ii2%
34

3]

Aug. 19

"is"

13

Apr.

42

46% Sale
99% Sale
25%
24%

67%
6% Sale

35% Aug. 30 39%
12% Aug.
5
14%
Aug.
1 121
6%
4% Aug. 15
37% Aug.
46%
1
6%
5% Aug. 6

■; 120% 118

Mar.

9% Feb.
87% Feb.
% July
60
Apr.
6% Feb.
5% July

% May 17
1% Apr. 27
3
Jan. 15

18% Aug. 17
July 16
20
Mar.
9
62
12
Aug. 10
9% Feb. 27

m July

were

made

(design ated by superior figures in tables), are as follows:

lot sales
t Low price not including cash or odd 1

8

6% Jan.

Ex-dividend.

The National Securities
» New York Stock

9
2

26

34% June 11
106% Feb. 21
113% Feb. 25
111% Jan. 19
109
July
5
107% Feb. 25
108
Jan. 22 110% June
1
7
112% Aug.
7 112% Aug.

34% June
Aug.
May
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.

103

103.7

i 04*32 Aug. 22 104*32 Aug.22

Certificates of deposit.....

375,770 United Gas Inapt com.......*
Preferred....
.........
13,533
100 U S Dairy class B
.*
40 West Jersey 8c Seash RR..50

300

Aug.

115
12

12

.»
Series A 7% preferred..100

563

452

i02%

1

.......

...

126

1,163

Aug." r5

Aug.

"25" "30"

30

25
v t c

203 Phlla Dairy Prod pref.....25
6,269 Phila Elec of Pa |5 pref.....*

•v;t

68,3 i 2

107%

29
5
4
100.4 Jan. 17 101.15 Mar.25
99.16Feb. 28 99.16 Feb. 28
103% Jan. 17 103% Jan. 17
31% Mar. 26 31% Mar. 26
40% Mar. 26 40% Mar. 26
5
104% Aug.
7 107 % Aug.

14

51

85

1,305
2,890
2,843

25

45

1,566 Phlla Insulated Wire.......*
3,548 Phlla Rapid Transit.......50
6,120
7% preferred
50
4,949 Phlla 8c Reading Coal 8c Iron*
50
8,824 Philadelphia Traction

15

246
1,876
2,150
r

432

20
»

51

29,025 Phila

3,326
•:

Aug. 31

102% Aug.

101

37% Sale
5% Sale

Pennroad Corp

Highest
Sale Prices

99% Apr. 24
t

1 Minehill & Schuylk Haven.50
Mitten Bank Sec Corp
25

694

12

753

Sale

1,784
13,680
157,300
83,594
6,621
v

'

Po'

'

323

Sale

104%
*

.

10,854 Lehigh Valley

1,828

1

Sale Prices

Highest
Sale Prices

12

50
3,820 Cambria Iron
10,502 Electric Storage Battery.. 100
1,615 Horn 8c Hardart (Phlla) com.*
1,907 Horn 8c Hardart (N Y) com..*
12,539 Insurance Co of N A.......10
22,295 Lehigh Coal 8c Navigation..*

292

5,382

713

12

798
Preferred
...........100
26.269 Budd Wheel Co
*

1,392
7,051

Ask

.1949

.

157

2,801
37,797
15,088

Sale

*
23,771 American Stores.
4,537 Bankers Securities pref....50
12,932 Bell Tell Co of Ps pref....100
23,344 Budd (E G) Mfg Co
*

4.259

'

.1951

...

Shares

Shares

SINCE JAN.

Lowest

Lowest
Sale Prices

Aug. 81

1

Ask Bid

"li

1966

2,400
Registered.
2,000
4%s......_
......1967
8,000 PhUa Elec lat & ref 4s
1971
36,000 Phlla Elec Pow Co 54s.. 1972
1,000 Reading Terminal 5s

6,000

,

Aug.

§

3,000

2,666

RANGE

107% Feb. 28 107% Feb. 28

1,000 Am Tel 4H.
193»
2,000 Bell Telephone 5«
1948
466,200 Elec Be Peoples tr ctfs 4s. 1945
Certificates of deposit
39.878
5,000 Home Loan 3s..
...1952
:

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PRICES IN AUGUST

$40,000
936,425

to

Bid

45",200

Aug. 31

Jan. 1 to

1934

f

*$63,700
2,191,842

August

XLow from
July 1 1933

STOCK EXCHANGE
In

.

1935

Bond Sales

1934
142,644
2,270,786

1935
590,291
2,341,384

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RANGE OF PRICES ON CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE
....

1 Stock Sales

1935

Shares_

August.
Jan. 1 to

1934

44,444
240,191

Aug. 31--

CLEVELAND

August

BONDS

Aug. 311935

1934

1935

.

Jan. 1 to

Aug. 31

$2,000

July 1 1933

SALES
Since
Jan. 1

In

'/*

.

August

Low from

STOCK EXCHANGE

AGGREGATE

Bond Sales

18,002
238,171

Par

%

Aug.
Bid

2.000 Firestone T & R of Cal 5s 1942

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

1

Lowest

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug.Zl

Ask Bid

Ask

"89

Shares.
STOCKS
585 (a)Aetna Rubber
*
75 (a) Akron Rubber Reclaiming ♦
17,532 Allen Industrie* Inc.......*
877
Preferred..
......*
5,505 Apex Electric & Mfg.......*

103% Jan.

7 103 % Jan.

Par]

Shares.

1,686
218
960

103

25% Sale

28

29

39

40

39%
. 5%

39%

5%
55

100

Preferred

60

6

J

6

25% Aug.
1
39% Aug. 27
5% Aug.
6

29% Aug. 19
40

Aug.
Aug.

7

6
8

% June 27
% Apr. 26
8% Jan.
2
39
Apr. 11

1,792
100

177

1,235
517

*"32
658

1,899

11,638
1,206
470
313
2,228
3,782
589
654
5,109
1,180

19
90

♦

125

113

Cleveland Rys

Non-voting......

50

Sale

31

Aug. 13
Aug.
5

113

"Aug.

65

63

65

14

15

12% Aug.

2

120

2

10

15% Sale
16% Sale
100

105

114%

..*

19

15% Aug.

17%

19

16

Sale

92%
116

Aug. 28
Aug. 23

66

15

"56"" Sale" "49" Sale
9

17
230

200
5

54

Mar. 14

5

3
8

8

Il6

Aug.

8

50

Aug.* I

Aug. i3
Aug. 16

34

Aug."

45

Aug. 16

34

32

33

33

*

46%

51

40

45

45

25

"""83
770
115

645 Kay nee Co

3,292 Lamson Sessions

8

45

80

8%

21

25

17%
101%
105

19

100

1*044
195
2,553
2,946

"*659

9%

4%

9%
6

70

13%

15

8

3%
6

100
Preferred..............100
100 Midland Steel Products
...*
325 Miller Wholesale Drug......*

53%
18%
6%

4

19%

35

38%

1,337

.i'-.','

..100

7%

4%

.......*

50

18 National Tool preferred....50

900
259

6,898 Ohio Brass B
Preferred.
1,052

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

100

•

vl.'-^

8

56

Sale
2

3%
2%
29

2%
30

6%

W

302 (e) Paragon Refg 3d pay't end*
300
(e)B v t c 3d pay't end...*

2,432

5,235 Patterson-Sargent....
380 Peerless Corp.......
16,339 Rlchman Bros........
100 River Raisin Paper Co....
152 (a)Robbins & Myers
13
(a)Serie8 2.

1,159

(a) Preferred

For footnotes see page 65.




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45

32%

30

18

9%
6%

Aug. 21

Aug.
Aug.

1
5

Sale

Sale
9%

45

Aug.
1
30% Aug. 27

"15%

17%

101 % Aug.
101% Aug.
105
Aug. 14 105% Aug.
18
Aug. 31
18% Aug.

Aug." *5

v t c ser

'

17 %

Mar.

May
May

Mar. 14

Mar. 18

July 31
Apr.
2

Jan.
Jan.
July
Aug.
May

8
7

97

Mar. 14

1% Jan.

14

June 18
Jan.
4
Mar. 21
Jan.
4

July
July
Jan.

Aug.*20

10
11

12
25
11
26
9

17

Feb. 21

45% May
14
50

Jan.

11

June 24

10
86

27

Aug. 26
Apr.
8
Aug. 10
Aug. 10
July

Mar. 19

4

4%
4% Sale
12%
14%
17
16%
4
5%
53%
18

3% Aug. 10
5
Aug. 16
Aug. 13
16% Aug. 15
5
Aug. 2

4% Aug,
5

12

13

54% Aug. 24

17
5
55

26

'

7

Feb. 11

Apr. 18

May 17
31% Mar. 14
June 21
June 29

Apr. 23

23

Jan.

23

5

July

13

Jan.

16

July

18

Jan.

12

3

7

lH

Apr.
2
Aug. 20

Aug. 16
2
Aug.
5
Aug.
2
Aug.
Aug, 24

20

10

38

7%
4

50

3%

6M
WA
29%

27% Sale
1
%
53% Sale

16

7%

40

7% Aug." 27

7% Aug. 27
9
17% Aug.
38% Aug. 21

8%

7% Aug.

7

Sale"

*3% Aug.

20

Sale

50

4%
2%

"J* '*2%
30
29%

Aug.*17
Aug.

3

30
26
Aug.
104% 103% Aug.

8

Aug. 12

4% Aug.
55
Aug.
5% Aug.
2% Aug.

13
14

21
24

2% Aug. "5
29% Aug. 5
31% Aug. 19
Aug. 13

104

17

10

"l8% "26%
51%

Aug. 28
3% Aug.
1
2
Aug. 20

7% Aug. 12

25% Aug, 24
Aug, 27
Aug. 27

W 5¥A

4% Aug. 26
6% Jan.
4
14
July 26

9

Jan.

L2

Jan.

2. •
15

Jan.
Jan.

'

5
7
5
24

1.2% Apr. 26

15%*Aug."*3
38% Aug. 21

Mar. 13

2% May 23
%
May 16

8

Aug.

2f6

27% Aug.
1
1% Aug. 27
54% Aug. 15

3% Feb. 13
% June 26
Mar. 5
50
Jan. 16
3

17

June 18

6% June
Aug.
12% Apr.
8% July
2% Jan.
17% Aug.
38% Aug.
55

14
24
26
27
11

9
21

713

5% Apr
10% June
2% Mar.
>0
Jan.
1% Jan.
% June
3
Feb.
2% June
23% Jan.
19
96

8%
6%
%
%
19
1
46%
4

1 *

14

12% May 17
40
Jan. 14

20$

Aug. 31 "28" "Aug.
10
Aug.
9% Aug.
2
6
Aug.
5% Aug. 10

26

14%

29

Feb. 20
18
91
Apr. 30 102
2 107
101% Jan.

17% Aug.

17% Aug.
m

Jan.

Jan.

Mar. 20

80

27
26% Sale
103% 104% 104

...

1,216 Packer Corp..

Jan.

91

14

30%

6%

"3%,""4%

common

5

11

6%
14%
3%
19%
19%

46%
2%
94%
8%
10%

1 Aug. 21

86

9%

116

6
52
7
34

30
Jan.
40
Mar.
1% May

45
72

"15% *17"" "16"" "ir*

*

4,956 Nestle LeMur "A"
•
5,369 Nineteen Hundred Corp A..*

310
100

83

91

55

.....

1,930 National Acme.......
..10
1,070 (f) National Carbon pref. .100
7,508 Natlonal^Reflnlng..
25

100 Otis Steel

50

Aug. 21

Jan.

% Jan. 114

117

8

*

.

1% Feb. 14
4

103

Mar.
Jan.

Aug. 26
Aug. 13

Aug. 13
9% Aug. 13

7

June 28

Mar. 13

3%

18
5%

*

6
21

9

85

14

750

"*235

20

4

Preferred

8

......«.

13

3,l7l National Tool

8%
12%

20
17% 18
101%
107
106% 105

16%

II,885 National Tile

9

*25% *28** *26*^ Sale"

*

2,188 (a)MohaswkRubber..
6,121 Muiray Ohio Mfg
480 Myers (F E) Bros Pump

7%

40

*

404 Leland Electric.........

15

50

14

1,977 McKee (Arthur G)B
»
3,438 Medusa Portland Cement ...*
3,509 Metropolitan Paving Brick..*

33

418

9
50
83

*22%:::::

80

247
175

7
10%

91

Preferred ..............100
4,972 Kelly Island L * T
•
775 (e)Korach (S) Co..
*

1,930

Mar.

112% Jan.

6% Apr.

"563

.....10

1*226

Mar. 13
8% Mar. 11

1

6%
9

*

742 Halle Brothers............10
266
Preferred..............100
Hanna M A <7 pref
•
Harbauer
....*
(a)Harrls-Seybold-Potter ...*
Interiake SS
*
Jaeger Machine............*

Apr.
3% Apr.

90% Apr.

..*

1,439
1,036
1,913
4,040
4,628

Mar.

14% Aug. 26

*47" Aug." 15

33

6%

1

Feb. 18

7% May 23
60

May 24
May
8
Jan. 16
Mar. 6
18 31
Aug. 13
9 115% July 11
6
Jan. 11
16
July 24
29 63
Aug. 23
11 66

5% May
53% Apr.
50
Apr.
10
Feb. 20

9

*

*

235 Gen Tire & Rub 6% pf.-.lOO
1,215 (a) Geometric Stamping
*
134 Goodrich (B F)
*
100
Preferred
..100
75 Goodyear Tire & Rub 1st pf*
173 Great Lakes Towing
100
220
Preferred
..100
1,499 Grelf Bros Cooperage ......*

15

L10% Jan.

85

114% Aug.

Faultless Rubber......
Federal Knitting Mills

6%

Aug.

Apr. 26

16% July 31 24%
Aug. 10 100
2% Mar. 6
3%
2% Jan. 16
2%

19% "Aug." 10
19% Aug. 10

1

98
----

Enamel Products

1,470 Foote Burt
485 Fostorla Pressed Steel..

45

2

88

10

18

63 '

61% Aug.

(a)Ferry Cap & Set Screw..*
85 (d) Firestone Tire & R pref 100

190

16

4

13* "Sale"

Preferred..............100
11 (a)Edward8 (Wm) 6% pref.100
4,915 Elec Controller & Mfg..
•

380
875
855
193

*63

63

62

100

...1

I,050 Dow Chemical

115

91

Aug.
2% Aug.

26% Aug.
114% 112% 112% 112
Aug.

*6

100

Certificates of deposit.

2,208

"834

19% Aug.
2
Aug.
7
2% Aug. 15

17% Aug.
88

*17% *27** *30" "35"

16,778 Corrigan McKinney voting..]
8,059

18%
87

2% Sale

*

20 Commercial Bookbinding...*

7*618

18%
84

*

(a)Cleve Union Stockyards..*
1,682 (a)Cleveland Worsted Mills.*
3,987 Cliffs Corporation v t c
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Sale
93

2% ——

Cleveland Cliffs Iron pcef...*
Cleveland Elec 111 *% pref 100

(a)Cleveland Quarries

Jan.

% Jan.

Pref
100
Cleveland Builders Realty..*

(a)Cleve Builders Supply

Mar. 20
._

1% Feb. 14
4

*

City Ice & Fuel...

3
June 28

7

29% Aug. 19

Jan.

4

55

60

35 (b)Bessemer Limestone A...*
100 (c)Brown Fence & Wire B_.*

725 (a) Byers Machine A

1

Jan.
Mar.
July

Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
Apr.

Mar.

Apr.

May

% June
% Apr.
2% May

8% July 24
Apr.
1
5 145
7% Apr. 25
29

23
4

22
14

26
2

May 8
5% Aug. 21
2% Aug. 24

65

Feb.

3

14

5 % J an. 23
29% Aug.
5

31% Aug.
105
July
8% July
8
Aug.
% Apr.

27$

Jan.

Aug.
1% Mar.

55
4

June

19
2
19
26
17
29

1
8
5

May 16
% Feb. 20

Apr. 29
3% Jan. 15

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AGGREGATE

STOCKS

Auc.311935

;ld

July 1 1933

Since

August

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

CLEVELAND
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

65

CLEVELAND STOCK EXCHANGE

Sept., 1935]

Jan. 1

Shares

dp 485
20

1%

463

Ask

1%
3%

"i3"^ '12% "13"

880

95

99M 101 %
61 X
61

Trumbull-Cliffs preferred 100
Truscon Steel preferred__1.00

55%

10

16

x,

3

15 Union Metals Mfg Co.......*
•
1,095 Vichek Tool
_..*
4,865 Weinberger Drug....
229 West Ret 1st Corp pr pref 100
310 Youngst Sheet 8c Tube pf.100

2,408

~13>i"Aug.~

Aug. 24

Aug. 12
SH
Jan.
3 34
Mar. 23 12
Jan. 16 101

106 X June
9
Jan.

3

1ZIZZ2 ZZZZ1

"29% "26?| "29"'
18K

2,078

12

Sale Prices
3
Jan. 10

4

995^

;xA

■

3 166" Aug"." 8
Aug. 10
7 68

12

Jan.

Apr.
Apr.

25

27
70

73H

76

-

w-.--

Feb.

2
25
10
18
26
23
26

July
Aug,
Apr.
7
Aug.
16% Aug.
30
July

12% Feb.
20
Jan.
Mar.
40

75

June 24

68
3

2

Aug. 26
16% Aug. 23
30
Aug. 26

Aug.
1
14^ Aug.
8
30
Aug. 26

1

100

25

7

5

15

June 28

17H Jan.'

95

K

7
16

5
15

23

July

28

'

5
Sale
14 % Sale

Mar

H Mar. 29

3

Aug.
Aug.

59

24

Apr .17

14

14M Apr.

65

x

0

Jan.

20

17

Jan.

1 112% Mar.

% Mar. 29

110 Thompson Products Inc

"~340

3

3

Aug. 12

85

17J4

1,373

1% Aug. 28
Aug. 12

7

1% Aug.
3

Highest

Sale Prices
1
June 26

12

27M

x,

1%
5

x

238 Stouffer Corp A

54

Highest
Sale Prices

27

3,810 (a)Seiby Shoe
...»
29 (a)Sheriff St Mkt & Storage.*
1,591 (a) Sherwin-Williams ..... -25
2,198
(a)Preferred
...100
5,832 S M A Corp common.......I
200 (a)Smallwood Stone A......*

v

1M
5

Lowest

Lowest
Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

2

Preferred..............100

190

x

1

Aug.
Bid

IPX, XX

Par
XX 3,668 Seiberling Rubber.........*

Shares

22

Jan.

56

M

(a) Removed from list at close of business July 15 1935.
Did not apply for permanent registration under SE Act 1934. (b) Re¬
15 1935.
Operating under 77-B Bankruptcy Act.
(c) Suspended from trading pending action to delist April 13
Application for removal from listing and temporary registration granted by SEC June 1 1935.
(d) Removed from list at close of business July 15
Applied for registration on New York Stock Exchange only,
(e) Removed from list at close of business July 15 1935. In liquidation, (f) Re¬

*

No par value,

moved from list at close of business July

1935.
1935.

moved from list at close of business July 15

Issue being retired Aug, 1 1935.

1935.

;

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Mar. 12
Jan. 11
Mar. 20
Mar. 28
Feb. 27
Mar. 28
Mar. 13
Feb. 20

Apr.
Apr.

5k

6

35
40
20 k

June 24
June
6

July 17
26k Mar. 18
3 k June 14
lk June 19
3k June
5

Sale
11k
Sale
2

"lk

2k

18M Wi
sm

3 % Sale

3k

37k

Murray Corp common......
Nat Automotive Fibres v t c.*

14

25k

Parke Davis At Co..........*

47

60

70

Pfelffer Brewing Co com
37,605 Rao Motor com.

10k Sale

5

m

Scotten Dillon com.......lt

m

square D class A

32

Class B

Sale

25k

P

Sale

17

8k Sale

55

12
2k

m
25

Sale

3

United Shirt Distributors..*
U 8 Radiator com...
*

d*

...........100

Universal Cooler class A....*
Class B
•

Sale
45k
58

Sale
3

i*
25k

29~"

"Ilk
18
9

Sale

4k

6k
3k
3k

Sale

lk

Sale
Sale

4

Sale

4

4k
Sale

"5k. "6"
lk
16

Sale
16k

Walker & Co units.......
Warner Aircraft Corp com..I
Whitman 8c Barnes com..2.50
4 olverlne Brewing Co com. 1

k Sale

"k

.

Wolverine Tube common...*
Young (L A )Cocom
•

Unlisted Dept.—
18,331 American Radiator.........*

Amer Tel At Tel Co.
ltt
Borden Co
..........25
Borg Warner Corp com....It
Commonw At Southern Corp •
Consolidated Oil Co........*
General Foods Corp........*
Hupp Motor Car Corp.....It
Kelvlnator Corp...........*
Kennecott Copper Corp....*
Kroger Groc At Bak Co
•
National Dairy Prod Corp..*
N Y Central RR
ltt
Purity Bakeries Corp
•
Socony»Vacuum Corp.....35

18/,813 Standard Brands Inc

*

'~"k """k

9k Aug.

9

1

6k
3k
38k
6

14

28
29
12
1
26

10k
14k
26k

J*
57

20

13k
3k
3k

1

4k

3
8
6

25
35
29

32k

26
14

5
14

;

17 k Sale
131k Sale

136k

Sale"

49k Sale'
lk Sale

16^ 20^

37k Sale"
2 k Sale
12 k Sale

30k

Sale"

16

Sale

21k Sale
13 j

Sale

153

Sale

lk

Sale

9

Sale

34k Sale
2

12 k
30 k
15 k

Sale

Sale

Sale

Ilk Sale'
13 k

Sale

Aug. 19
Aug. 14
12
23

11

27
22
7

13

Aug.

6

2% Apr.
94k Aug.
2 k June
10k Aug.
2k Aug.
17 k July

4
23
15
30
26
31

3
Jan. 12
24k Aug. 26

14k Aug.
15k Aug.
6 k July
7 k July
4k Jan.
31k Jan.
19k Aug.
45
Aug.
4k July
3k Jan.
6

Jan.

15
24
22
18
7
18
30
10
17
7
10

July
July
Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Jan.
Aug.

13
20
9
29
17
26
2
16
Aug. 9
July
3
Jan.

9

19k Aug. 23
1 k May
9
7 k July
8
] 4k July
1

38k Aug. 22
Ilk Jan.
3
14k Aug. 26
26k Aug. 14
5k Jan.
7
47
July 10
69
July 25
13 k Aug. 14
4k May 9
3k Apr. 22
4k Aug.
6
26k June 14

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.

Aug.
May
Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

35

Aug.

8

7k Jan.
7k Mar.
13 k July
4 k Mar.!

29k Aug. 12
12
July 26

Aug. 28 103
Aug. 28
2 k Aug.
lk Aug. .9
1
6
1
7 k Aug. 24
Aug.
3
5
5
Aug.
Aug. 15

93
Mar.
lk May
3k Mar.:

03

3k Aug. 16

2
10

13

in

8k

Aug." "6

3k Aug. 17

4 k Aug.

"I

lk Aug.

1

14
Aug. 27
16k Aug. 16
1
k Aug.

ek^Augvie
1 k

Aug. 15
16k Aug.
1
16k Aug. 16
k Aug.
9

14

k Aug. "8
Aug. 10

k

17

16 k Aug.
Aug.
24k Aug.
46 k Aug.
lk Aug.
8k Aug.
33 k Aug.
lk Aug.
10k Aug.
19k Aug.

Aug." I
Aug. 27

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

130

Sale" x30% Aug.

22k Sale

19

Aug.
14
July
62k Aug.
23k Aug.
lk Jan.
3 k Apr.

2k

3k Apr.
33

31
44]
185

4

%Jan.
2k Jan.

5

Feb.

18

3
Aug,
17k Mar.
7 k Mar.

35k

31

Mar.

k July
6k Mar.
lk June
3
Jan.

2% July
Mar.:

May
3k Feb.
1
Apr.

9

Feb. :

13k June
k July
2k Jan.

Sale
15
33

12k

'"ei%

15
14
1
26
6
13
8
12
5

iS8

Mar.
Mar.

2
23
1
6
1
22
1

17
Sale

Universal Product com.....*

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

103

7

lk

Ilk Aug. 27
26k Aug. 16
2k Aug.
9

2

Aug.
15k Aug.
k Aug.
6
Aug.
3
Aug.
34k Aug
10
Aug.
13k Aug.
26 k Aug.
4k Aug.
45
Aug.
53
Aug.
10k Aug.
2k Aug.
3 k Aug.
3k Aug.
25
Aug.
35
Aug.
22
Aug.
Ilk Aug.

May

SOk^&ig^e

17k Aug.
9k Aug.
25% Aug.
1
Aug.

J an.

58

13 k
6k
37k
40k
20k
12k
26k

Feb.
Jan.

37k Aug. 29

.....

LOO

100

...100

Tivoli Brewing Co common.1
Truscon Steel Co..........It

Preferred

Sale

45

22k

Tlmken Axle com.........It
.........

Sale

"4k

35

*

Stearns (Frederick) com....*
Sutherland Paper Co....
10

Preferred..

14

6y
Sale
38k
9k
14k

26k

^>779 Parker Rust Proof com.....*

5

Packard Motor Co com. ....*

9

12k Aug. 24
6 k Aug.
9

12k Aug.
5
Aug.
37k Aug.

2

24k Aug. 12

31

24k Apr.
Ilk Apr.

42

11k
25 k
lk

34k Sale
10k Sale
Sale

5k
40

14 k Aug.
19k Aug.
13 k Aug.
10k Aug.
13 k Aug.

19
13
15
1

13
19
1
1
6
27
12
5
17
15
5
1

X Aug.
July 5
*18k Mar. ]
12

10k Mar.
99

Mar.

21k Apr.
28k Jan.

fi Mar.

6% Mar.:
32k Mar.:
k Apr.
10k Aug.!
14k Mar.!

17

July
9k Aug.
Aug.
2k May
7 k Aug.
5
Aug.
3 k Aug.
10
May
6 k Aug.
lk Aug.
17
July
16k Aug.
lk Jan.
2k Mar.

30
9
28

28
24
15

17
3

16
15
29
16
21
19

lk May 31
17

31

Aug. 27
July 26

Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

19

13
22
1
13
19
June 17
Jan.

7

Jan.

10
27
12
22
17
15

13
Mar.!
12k Mar.:
8k Feb.

Aug.
Aug.
July
Aug.
Aug.

10k Aug.!
13k Apr, i

Jan.

4

Jan.

3

23k Mar.

■

a jueierrea aeuvery
No par vatyfe.
x Ex-dividend.
a Deferred delivery sates,
tales, r Sold for casn. x tux-amaena.
r sola ror cash,
irities Exchanges on which low prices since July 11933 were made (designated by tupet
The National
iperior figures in tables), are as follows:
* New York
Curb.
• Chicago Stock. »• Chicago Board of Trade. » Los Angeles Curb. « Philadelphia Stock. "
New York Sto—
Pittsburgh Stock.
San Francisco Curb
"

1

15

12
Mar. 18
Mar. 20
Feb.
7
Mar. 18
Mar. 25

*

»

4
8

Jan.
Jan.

28

18k
42k "42k
3k Sale
lk Sale
4k
4k

Motor Products Corp com...*
Motor Wheel com.........*

Sale
Sale

3,983
4,053
5,517
26,371
8,019
4,749
42,340
32,201
5,651
6,421
12,679
15,244
3.954
7,760

14
Sale

Preferred......
...It
Mid-West Abrasive com...50c

95,405
14,340
10,509
1,600
28
7,138
26,281
5,563
67,798
15,938
38,097
54,260
1,307
6.733

1,020

2k

16

11,960
5,784
6,605

5",§55

"24"

13k
15k

5

Michigan Sugar com......It

267

"

15k
X

10k
2k
15k

12k

o$V°

Mich Steel Tube Prod com..*

20

9,391

Sale
Sale

37
40
40
42
18k Sale
9 k Sale
2425k
k
1

Hoskins Mfg Co common....*

19,963

185

Sale

Sale

4% Sale

Rlckel (H W) Ac Co common.3
River Raisin Paper com
*

21,530
2,251

Sale Prices

......*

85.265
190,135
10,729
9,465
11,167
5,597
1,360
68,860

"2",648

Highest

Sale Prices

Walker-Gooderham

*

600

11
Sale

4k Sale

1

925 McAleer Mfg Co com........*

12,272
62,230
5,391
29,296
24,068
22,487
126,913
11,121
144,049
41,423

2

"i0k
;2k

26

2,772 Houdaille Hershey class A..*
136,219
Class B
*
49,054 Hudson Motor Car.........*
36,650 Brosgo (8 8) Co com
It
19,717 Lakey Fdy Ac Mach common. 1
997 Mahon (R C) conv pref
*

.

1,482

Sale

*

Goebel Brewing Co com.

Lowest

Sale Prices

"§1""* Aug7l9

26k Aug.
40
Aug.
16k Aug.
.

1

Highest

Sale Prices
lk Aug. 23
20 k Aug.

im

23
13 k

Ford Motor of Canada cl A

30k Sale
42k Sale
18
17k
16k
61k
21k
lk
3k
4k
10k
10k
1k
lk
95
90k

2k

Baton Manufac'g Co com...*

Eureka Vacuum Cleaner....*
Bs-Cello Aircraft Ac Tool....3

116,477

545
463

93k
Sale

.

842

42,369
4,664
12,710
14,479
1,701

Sale
Sale

1X Sale
17k Sale

230 Home Dairy class A.
*
Hoover Steel Ball com.....It

420

271

2,870
9,273

.....*
Gray Iron 8c Fdry...5

Detroit Mich Stove common. 1

Hiram

.

""§55

Sale

980 Gemmer Mfg Co class A.....*

22,894
34,876
10,593
12,336

20,151
3,454
18,000

38
Sale

2,745,933

RANGE SINCE JAN.

47

300 Dolphin Paint 8c Varnish A.*

"""651

"9",208

1X

Detroit Forging Co
Detroit

22

46

2k

10%

7.731

655

Sale

21k

45
Sale

17

1

Ask

1934

_.Mares.2,714,882

Lowest

Aug. 31

Sale

59k
19k

19

3,335
743
450
29,346
11,789
J 3,372

1

Ask Bid
Sale
IX

14

Continental Motors com....*

1935

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31_-..

59k

Capital City Products.....
Chrysler Corp common.....5
Consolidated Paper com...lf

950 Crowley, Mllner 8c Co com..*

120

I

PRICES IN AUGUST

Bid

Par

119,140
33,536
2,219
79,686
37,590
20,598
1,175
54,854
5,736
7,763

13,709
7,503
"

Stock Sales

I

143,304

Low from
July 1 1933

Since
Jan. 1

Shares

DETROIT
STOCK EXCHANGE

STOCKS

SALES

AGGREGATE

1934

517,622




~v

_

"

Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD

RANGE OF PRICES ON PITTSBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE
1935

Stock Sales

August

Shaies_

....

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31

AOQREOATE

...

SALES

PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGE

August'
%

$1,000
35,000

$2,000
28,000

Aug. 31

prices in august

RANGE SINCE JAN, 1

"

§

BONDS

Aug. 311935

Aug.

51
86

1

'

Highest

Lowest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Aug, 31

Ask Bid

Bid

Independent Brewing is. 1955
16,000 Pittsburgh Brewing is...1949

Shares

Jan. 1 to

1934

1935

August

Low from
July 1 1933

*5,000

;

"2I660

?

to

Since
Jan, 1

In

Bond Sales

1934
72,432
1,169,773

^

250,248
1,326,154

Ask

Sale Prices

105

ios

101

l05

105

Aug.

2

l05N Aug"

Highest

Sale Prices
June
8
Apr. 18 104

20 102 N Apr. 26 105N Aug. 20

Shares

STOCKS
115

3,479 Allegheny Steel

15

Sale

......

107
100
Preferred...
125 AntM Window Glass pref, .100
e
2,076 iikaoMi Nat Gas Corp ,,
12,220
Preferred.............. .10

.1:1418
6,102
2.488
5.410
55,704

22,254 Armstrong Cork Co.......
•
17,018 Blaw-Knox Co
247,890 Carnegie Metals......... ..1

Jan.
2 30
Feb. 16 110

1

21

1 K Aug.

2K
Sale

5

29

l2|i
2%

6

31

Sale

6

K

Sale

"4 " Sale"

Sale

3

4 K Aug.

1

28N Aug.
12
Aug.
2 K Aug.

3

7
1

""2% Aug"." 19

Feb. 14
Mar. 25
Mar. 15

7

Aug.
9
31N Aug. 30
15K Aug. 22
4K Aug. 15

Mar. 17
Jan.
2
Jan. 15

2K

85 Central Ohio Steel Prod.
53 Central Tube Co

June 13

....

835

*

14,363
200

3,342 Clark (D L) Candy......
42,386 Columbia Gas k Electric.
800 Consolidated Ice prof...
225 Crandail McKk Hand..

125

622

II*

1,932

".50

"4li :::::

.,

536 Electric Products..........*

2,185 Follansbee Bros pref.....100
34,804 Fort Pittsburgh Brewing...1
4,546 Herb-Walker Refrac com... *

3,440
1,130
:

"-""65

55
Preferred.. ............100
471 Jones Ac Laughlln 8tT pf.-lOO

747

7,628 Boppers Gas At Coke pref.100

35,827

....*
116,254 Lone Star Gaa
830 McKinney Manufacturing..*
-.5
26,693 Mesta Machine..
11,510 Mountain Fuel Supply......
515 Nat Fireprooflng Corp com.*
1 3,962 Nat Flreprooflng Corp pref 50
40 Penn Federal Corp pref..100
9,000 Phoenix Oil com.........25c
.* 9,820
Preferred................1
5,064 Pittsburg Brewing.........*
Prefsreed..
.......*
5,581
2,910 Pittsburgh Coal pref.....100
16,364 Pittsburgh Forginga.......l
685 Pittsburgh Oil Ac Gau.......5
10,973 Pittsburgh Plate Class....25
26,010 Pitts Screw k Bolt Corp.... *
644 Pittsburgh Steel Foundry..*

~~5", 982
10,243

"""851

"4",565
1,000
520

1,232
300

4,515
100

1,125
4,208
12

60

:

.......

180

5
1
Aug.
1
8K Aug.
2H Aug. 14

8H

8,533 Devonian OH.............10
14,601 Ouquesne Brewing.........5
Class A..................5
8,334

402
,158
655

Sale

5

Preferred. .............100

2,045

11,553 Renner Brewing Co........l
1,070 Ruud Mfg.................5
159,250 San Toy Mining............1
.*
17,901 Shamrock Oil Ac Gas....
1,831 Standard Steel Spring......*
39,623 United Engine Ac Fdy .....-*

14

13N
7
8
3

lHM

2i2
14k Sale
ik
1h

14
7k
'*■-

"lk Sale"

385

"2", 050
390

"4*683

8,948

New

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

745 United 8tates Glass

"""37
5,392
90

"2",565
1,900

790
25,282
16,574
15,396

13 & Aug.

5

7k Aug. 30
8K Aug. 22
2K Aug. 22
10
Aug. 14
IK Aug.
6
22k Aug. 28

14

Aug.
7
7 k Aug. 17
8 k Aug. 22
3 k Aug. 30
14NAug.
1
ik Aug.
2
24N Aug. 19

Jan.

12

6

K Sale

4N

98

95

5

.

100

8N Sale

5k

5k

3

Jan.

5K Jan.
2
8

3 k Aug. 30
15
July, 29

ik Aug.
16K Mar.

2K Jan.
24K Aug.
May
74K Aug.
98
Aug.

Feb.

111

Aug.

1

Aug.

5

74N Aug. 16
98
Aug. 28

6N Ang.

2

8K Aug. 31

4 K Mar. 13
1
Mar. 20

8

"34 NAug.'36

24HJan. 12

3

5 K Aug. 22

4%

Augi

ik

3
19 k

5c

ZH
Sale

4c

2K
20 k

"3c" Aug." "2

5c

5c
Aug. 16
2k Aug. 26
18 k Aug.
8
35
Aug. 10
4
Aug.
2
1
Aug.
1

5c
3

"4x "in "4k "~5k
1

76
7
2

10

Sale
80
Sale

6k

76 k Aug. 28
6k Aug. 19

IK Aug. 22
Aug. 10
9K Aug. 12

3k

12

14

ik Sale
12% 14

"l ""Aug." 2 "\k Aug".""8

5c

Sale"

ik Sale
.....

ik Aug. 20
13
Aug.
2

21K
36

5k
1
81
7N

ik
12 k

10N

Aug.14
Aug. 16
Aug.
6
Aug. 27
Aug.
6
Aug.
9
Aug.
1
Aug. 13
Aug. 29
Aug. 22
Aug. 10
Aug. 15

IK Aug.
14N Aug.

3

7

2c

3c
2 K Sale

11N

12

ik
14

Sale" "\K"Aug.~26
14N

12

Aug.

9

Mar.

Mar.

4K

2li"Aug.""i
14

22K

"23"

2ili"Aug.~26

Aug. 30

23H

1

2

Jan.

2

Jan.
2
Mar. 20

Feb. 19

May

16

'27* "Aug." "7

90c

Sale

75c"

85c

Waverly OU A..............*

75c

Aug. 20
ik Aug. 28

27" "Aug." "7

26 N

kjug."30

Sale

20

63 K

9

30

May 31
2K Mar. 30
1
Apr. 18
47 N Apr.
2
5K Mat 13
IN Apr. 22
10
Apr. 26
9
May 31

1H Feb.

4

Feb. 11
Jan.
2
Jan. 16
,

Feb. 13
6

2
Feb. 15

July
..

24

May

Jan.

Aug'.""i

July

1

6
31

Apr. 25

........

"24"" III"

Aug. 31
IN Feb. 27

5K Aug. 22

Jan.

*23 N Sale"

8k

35

July 24

13
3c
3c

7
2c
75c
9

31
19
3
16
28

Feb.

600

5c

5c
4c

55
73

June 13

Aug.
5
Aug. 17
Mar. 7
Aug. 22

8K Apr. 25

Jan.
Mar.

94 M

....

Tk

5

2
19
9
30
20
15
30

14 k June 26
8
Apr. 27

10N Jan.

73

Sale

90c Aug.
1
ik Aug. 28

18
75c
1

27 M Aug." "7
67 N Aug. 12

Jan.

9
11

14 k Mar. 26
5c
Apr. 10
5c
May 16
4

May

25 N Apr.
36
Aug.

8
6
6
9

5N Aug.
IN Feb. 11
Aug. 13
8k Jan. 11

81

4
Feb,
5
12 k Aug. 10

UN May 17
1N Apr.
14N Aug.
5c
Apr.
3
July
14N Jan.
40
Apr.
23 N Aug.
2

3N Jan. 23
1814 Mar. 27
32 H Mar. 18

Western Public Service.....*

Westlnghouse Air Brake....*
Westgbouse El Ac Mfg..... JO

Aug. 14

28 N Aug.

73

94J4

25

1,926 Vanadium Alloy Steel......*
62.211 Victor Brewing C0.........I

Aug. 22

8
5k
13 N
3k

9

Mar. 13

102

4,183 Plymouth Oil Co...........5

3,400

13

5

4%

May

5K Aug.
5
13K Aug. 17
2k Aug. 14
5
Aug. 22

June 21
June 28

13K Jan.
2% Aug.
7
Aug.
31K Aug.
15K Aug.
4 N Aug.
2K Mar.

Apr. 22

'

......

6
29
Aug.
Aug. 21 110 { Aug.

26K Aug.
110

Jan.

20
7
26
17
9
11
1
10

9

Aug.

7

Aug. 20
Mar. 26

Jan.

29

May
8
July 15
July 23
Aug. 12

UNLISTED.

208
176

1,032
*

2,052 Lone Star Gaa 4* pref... 100
preferred..
100
1,678
*
3,444 PenroadCorpete

No par value,

.....

x

Ex-dividend.

96

Sale

103N 105

97
103

Sale
105

Aug.
96
2
Atog.
1 97
Aug.
5
95K Aug. 23 105
2
Aug.
8
2K Aug. 15

Mar 28 100
Jan.

IN Apr

July 11
July 22
2N June 14

7 107

2

.

The National Securities Exchangee on which low prices since July 11933 were made (designated by superior
* New York
Stock.
* New York Curb.
» New York Produce Exchange.




69
90

figures in tables), are

as

follows;

M
<$:■

RANGE OF PRICES ON THE SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
1935

Stock Sales

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31_

AGQBEQATE

August

SAN FRANCISCO
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

i3~66o
~4~66o
35,000

"2',000

m:
2,000

16,000

"Y.666
"1*560

"

"f.666

9,000
10,000
6,000
2,000
4,000
46,000
11,000
10,000
123,000
3,000
5,000
2,000
25,000
9,500
4,000
4,000
2,000

Aug. 31

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

Low from

$28,000
316,000

1

July 1 1933
to

Since
Jan. 1

BONDS

Aug. 311935

f

"poo

Jan. 1 to

1934

$70,500
509,600

August

374,563
3,450,013

—

1935

Bond Sales

1934

Shares_ 815,069
—4,113,404

August

dAtlaa Diesel Eng

f6s

64

Co 6«- -1945
1935

Calif Gas & Elec Corp 5s. 1937
dCalif Ore Power Co 5%a 1955

102 H

102
98
<
85

Calif Packing Corp 5s

1940
City Electric Co 5s......1937
Coast Co G & E 5s

106%
97%
66%

.1960

Emporium Capwell 5H>..1942
Food Mach

99

Corp ser A 6s. 1938

Series B 6%
1938
Gt Western Pow Co 5s...1946

*

84
93

Langendorf Utd Bak 6%s 1941

95

dLos Ang GaaflcElec Corp 6s*42

*99%

.....1943
1949

*94

....1939

5%%
«Hs....

106

5s..

Ask

86

*94

104% 104
108% 106%
106% 105%
100
98%
106% 105%
106% 105
108% 107%
104% 103
109% 108
105
106% 105%
105% 106% 105%
105% 106% 107%

104%
106%
105%
99%
105%
105%
107%
102%
108%

Market Street Ry Co 7S..1940

67

62%

North Amer Invest Corp 5s '47

80

101

104

112

Nor Calif Pr Co con 5% ..1948
Orpheum Thea 8c Rlty 6s 1946

31
98
*95
101
»

Pacific Gas 8c El Co 5s... 1942

1952

5s

*

1955

aPaclflc Public Ser Co 5 % 1936
Pacific Tel 8c Tel Co 5s—1937

*

91
<64

<

103%
106%

1952

5s...

Ry Equip 8c Rlty Co 6s
eS J Lt 8c Pr Corp 5s..
6s

88

1938
1957

88%

86% Aug.

Aug.

1

1

118% 117% Aug. 29 119% Aug.

117
107

166""

106% 105
111

110

111%

„

<

1942
1947

60%

<

55
<

*

6 101% Aug.

123% Aug. 28 123% Aug.

105%
105% 105
74
72
74%
76%
99
97%
95%
97%
86%
85% .87%
84%

9254

105
107 %

106% July
July
101% Jan.
98% Jan.
118
May
104% May
68
May
98
June
84% June
.02% Apr.
118% Mar.
107% Aug.
110

101% Aug.

126*" 122"" 126*"

119% 120% 119% m""
107% 108% 106% 107% 107% Aug. 30 107% Aug. 30

91

Feb.

8

27

1
30
29
1

25
16
22
11
20
29
31
29
8

13
26

15
Feb. 28
May 23
Mar. 19

91% July

94
4
May 23 100
Mar. 19 110%
Jan. 31
31%
Mar. 20 107
Apr. 15 108
Jan. 18 119%
Jan.
2 107%
Mar. 5 100

105% 106%

101% 103% 101% 104

4

Jan.

1

l06%

110

17

29 108% July
Apr.
Apr. 10 102
Mar. 19 102% Mar.
Apr. 17 105% May
Jan. 23 106% June
107
Aug.
May
Jan.
2 100
Juiy
Jan. 29 106% June
Mar. 1 106% Jmn
Jan. 29 107% Jan.
Aug.
Apr. 23 103
Jan. 28 109% Mar.
Mar.
May 24 107
Apr. 11 108% Jan.
June 29 107
July

69% Feb.

112

105

6Union Oil Co Cat 5% ww.'45

/4%............

108%

106

104%

Ore* Lines" 4*£s ll'SSllll977
6%

86

106%
105%

102% 102"" 104-

119%

124%

1955

-.4..

88%

109

Highest
Sale Prices
90
Apr. 17

Jan.

105% 104% Aug. 15 104% Aug. 22 103%
106%
108%
Aug.
5 105%
106% 105% "Aug." "5 105
99
99
91%
Aug.
9 99
Aug.
6
104%
108%
105
105%
107%
108%
105
103
Aug. 31 100%
Aug. 31 103

106% 107% 105% 106%

75 %
101%
68

Jan.

108

91

1952

Southern Pacific Co 4%a_1969

4%...

87

.1950

S P Co S F Ter 4s...

86% July
108% Aug. 14 108% Aug. 14

107% 109

102
102

dMiller & Lux Inc 6s.....1945

.....1941

Lowest

Sale Prices
80

4,000
2,000
1,000
5,000
19,000
42,500
28,000
3,500
5,000
32,000
5,000
4,000
23,500
2,500
1,000
7,000
2,000
6,000
4,000
18,000
6,000

6s

Highest
Sale Prices

90%

90 %

107% 110

21,000

65 %•-„

Lowest
Sale Prices

Aug. 31

1

Ask Bid

54
<

1942

<Z6s

Aug.
Bid
86

Jan.
July
Feb.

Aug.
May
Mar.

?!

15
4

29

18 107% Jan.
17 110
July
Mar. 2i
4 102

?2

105

Mar.

17 123% Aug.

27

27 104% May 2^
25
24
26

75%
98
85%
26 104%
19 119%
30 109

July

7

June

June
Mar.
July
July

ft

STOCKS

Shares.
775
"

4,047
8,105
300

*2*926
635

18,075
6,269
635

2,272

pPar>
11,765 Alaska Juneau Gold M cap 10

Shares.

109 Alaska Packers Assn cap. .100
18,479 Anglo-Calif Nat'l Bank
20
65,794 Assoc Ins Fund Inc com caplO
369 Associated Oil Co capital..25
cAtlas Imp Diesel Eng Co A.*
7,729 Atlas Imperial Diesel Eng A 5
2,606 Bank of Calif Nat Assn caplOO
171,953 Byron Jackson com cap....*

A 774

"¥,909
126

"5", 141
1,210
882
406

193

Preferred

881 California Water Serr preflOO
2,654 Calif West States Life Ins..5
54,004 Caterpillar Tractor cap....*
3,229 Claude Neon Elec Prod.....*
8,513 Clorex Chemical A
.....*
1,920 Coast Cos Gas Ac El 1st pf 100

21,040

10

272

53,639
1,726
1,432

121,556

758

1,391
2,697
9,213
10,332

8,385

5,417

Chemical

Inc class A partlc pref
*
CrockerFlrstNatBk SFcaplOO
Crown Zeller com rot tr ctfs *
Preference series A.......*
Preference series B
*

Preferred

com. 10

.....100

1,342

33,705
44,504
19,948
1,265
10,201

25
3,156
2,896

60 First Nat Corp of Portland A *
50,810 Food Machinery Corp com..*
8,899 Foster 0t Kiel ser com
10

272

105

3,395

23,572
17,658
2,891

dale
22%
Sale

3

53

%

15%
38

31% Sale
93
95

*54% Sale"
10%
36%
99%

40%

"32% Sale"
96%

Sale

38

52% Sale
10
10%
35%
36

99%

101

11

~

102

2
14% Aug.
3% Aug. 30
40

Aug.

7

16% Aug. 28
1
4% Aug.
40
Aug. 7

Aug. 27 ""§% Aug. "6
1 187
Aug. 9
Aug.
1
12% Aug.
13% Aug. 22

15% July 25
Jan.

85
12

Jan.

Jan.

mJan.
8

143

21 % Aug.

5

21% Aug.
1
Aug.
55
Aug.
% Aug.
14% Aug.
39 % Aug.

12
6
22
21

27
2

17
7

7% Jan.
19

Jan.

21% Apr.

3

2
2

6
Aug.
Feb. 28

31

1

22

31

23
1
6

3
10% Jan.
30
Feb. 27

% Feb.

1

25% Feb. 11

31

Aug. "l

94%

Aug. 20

r5l%*Aug.

23% Aug.
22
Aug.
3% Aug.
55
Aug.
% Aug.
18% Aug.
40
Aug.

11

5
Jan.
Aug. 27
Jan. 25

5

8

170

27

20

.

3 101

16
18

1

Jan.
9
Mar. 22

16% Aug.
4% July
40
Aug.
9% May
11% June
187
Aug.
13% July

28
31
7
27

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
18J4 Aug.
July

17
2
31
22
23
1
23
11

2^

22

m

m July

12

9

18

42% Feb. 18
Aug. 31

35% Aug. 14
96% Aug. 31

31

55%*Aug. "I

Aug.
1
Aug. 29 m Feb. 21
July 23
29% Jan. 15 37
8 102% Aug. 24
77
Jan.

Aug. 29 10% Aug. 21
35% Aug. 29 36% Aug. 3
2 102% Aug. 24
99% Aug.
10

Aug.

4
70
Jan.
7% June 26
36% Jan. 15

88

Jan.

16

10

Industries

28,886 Di Giorgio Fruit Corp

6,553

Sale
42

16% Aug, 23

15% Aug. 16

-

16%

8%

23
21

100

25,029 California Copper cap.....l0
18,058 Calif Cotton Mills cap
100
5,273 California Ink Co Inc A....*
471 dCallf-Ore Power 7% pref.100
60,421 California Packing cap.....*

Consol

5,487

8

16%

180
173
13% Sale

48,102 Calamba Sugar Estate com 20
5,752
Preferred...............20
2,324 Calaveras Cement Co com... *

70

5,541
4,439

26

15%
15% 16%
106
106
130
15%
15
14%
4
Sale
3%
37
38
42

El Dorado Oil Works cap...*
Emporium Capwell cap
„•
Emsco Derrick & Eq Co cap. 5
Fireman's Fund Indent cap 10
Fireman's Fund Insur cap 21

Galland Mercantile Laundry
1,038
common (capital)
.....*
13,331 General Paint Corp A......*
38,217
B......................._s
58,107 Golden State Ltd cap......*
10,071 Male Bros Stores, Inc, cap..*

Sale
300
4% Sale
65
Sale
64
Sale

32
280

3%
31
30
Sale
25 £
13
12 J

fa

Sale
13
34% Sale
89% Sale

21

27

46% Sale
2%
1%
50%

51

29
3%
3%
6% Sale
13% Sale

26

30%
270

31%
300

5% Sale
72%
75
74
Sale

3%
3%
33%
34%
23%
24%
13% Sale
13% Sale
34
34%
90
21

Sale
27

48%
2%

49%

51

53

2%

29%
30%
5% Sale
6%
6%
13%
15

29% Aug. 14 32
Aug.
6 285
4
Aug.
1
5%
62% Aug.
1 75
64
Aug.
1 75%

285^

27%
Aug. 1
Aug. 6 235
3%
Aug. 30
50%
Aug. 26
50%
Aug. 30

Aug. 28
Aug.
2
Aug. 26
89* Aug.
1
22*
Aug. 22
46
Aug.
2
2% Aug. 6

3% Aug.
33% Aug.
25% Aug.
13% Aug.
15% Aug.
34% Aug.
92
Aug.
22% Aug.
49% Aug.
2% Aug.

51

53

3% Aug. 28
"."I Aug. 9

m
24

Aug. 20

12

12 J

34

Aug.
26
Aug.
3% Aug.
6% Aug.
13% Aug.

30%
6%
7%
15%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

30
28
1

23
17
21
26
22
22
19
21
29
23
21
17

6 32%
10 290
5%
Mar. 27 75
Mar. 27 75%
Jan.

Jan.

Apr. 18

3 % Aug. 28

July 17
July 24
Jna. 10
Aug. 26

Aug. 30

12% July

3

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

2
9
3
15

Feb.

8

4% July
38
Jan.
26% May
14% July
15% Aug.
35% Apr.
92
July
22% Aug.
49% Aug.
2% Aug.

Jan.

7

53

22% Jan.

3

Jan.

30

5% Jan.

14

18

39

14% Mar. 26
1% Mar. 28
4

Mar. 18

8% Jan. 28

13
24

15
19
15
5

24
22
22

19
21
29
23
21
17

30$
63
73
153

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

60

Apr. 25

^Hawaiian Commerc'l Ac Sugar

5,619
^

Co of Calif capital
10
26,489 Honolulu (HI Corp Ltd cap.*

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4

Home Fire At Marine Insur

3,894

4,812

43% Jan.

Co,, Ltd, capital........35

69

43

46

43

16%

17%

15% Sale

45

44% July 23

31% Jan.
15% Aug. 31

19

Aug. 16

14% Jan.

16

20% May 10

Sept., 1935]
AGGREGATE

san francisco stock exchange

SALES

san

pean cisco

Low from

stock exchange
In

July 1

Since

:; August

STOCKS

Jan. 1

Shares
510

PRICES IN AUGUST

Auq.31 1935

Shares

Par

29

,4

'

mm mm,

1,338
205

1,090
1,596

i

503
(

300
-

10

:

'mm

25%

ts'H

2

4%

25%

24%

106" 107"

106%

...

Preferred

...100

177 Market Street Ry Co

4,200

;;

26%
Sale

7

25

....

39,379 Marchant Cal Mach Co

mm.mm

,»

9%

7%
18

*

556

9,723

>V'r

Class B

25%

8

29

Leslie-Calif Salt Co capital.*
Llbby McNeill & Libby
L A Gas A Elec Corp pref..i00

Lyons-Magnus Inc A
*
1,195
B
*
18,300 Magnavox Co Ltd (capital)] H
7,566 Magnln A Co (I) common.. *

til,060
5,572
1,270
i

1,806
10,301
1,596
4,926
1,460

7%
19%

7

.........

55

Sale

7%
18

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Bid

Island Pineapple Co Ltd—
23,747
Common
20
3,098
Preferred
25
1,156 dJantseaKnitting Mills com. *
7,098 Lnngendorf United Bak cl A •

220

1

Aug.

7,813 Honolulu Plantation cap..20
13,372 Hunt Bros Packing Co d A..*
3,059 Hutchlnaon Sug Plant cap.15

935
145

RANGE SINCE JAN.

1933

com

com.

Prior

10

100
100

pref...
Preferred

10

?%
W

2

Ask

30

8
19%
7%
26%

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

28% Aug.
7% Aug. 20
18% Aug. 16
7

Aug.

Lowest

29% Aug.
7% Aug.
19% Aug.

26
Sale
Sale

9
Sale

7%

9%

2

3

Sale

2

2%
12%
11%
12%
100
104
100% 101
Sale
8
8%
1
1%
%
8%
9%
6%

8%
2%
25%
6%
105%
9

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

9%
2%
25%
7%
107
9.
3
2%

1% Aug.
1% Aug.
12% Aug.

101.

13

Aug;

101

7% Aug.

9

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

79,221
199,201

4

2

11.304

2

280

1,022
1,564

512

26

Sale

25

26

Natomas Co capital........*

10

Sale

10%

10%

5%
6
43% Sale

vfi%

6%

6% preferred...........100
349
5%% preferred......... 100
61,579 North Amer Oil Consol cap. 10
2,076 Occidental Insurance cap..10
26,431 Oliver United Filters Inc A..*
40,587
—♦

5

5,774

i

195

12,053
26,906

.

250

8,532
195,406
168,892
56,408
51,380
16,469
94,456
67,828
9,365
3,251

30,115
16,330
7,018
8,229
1,613
41,857
11,833
839

185

V

i!

8,188
845

;

133

533

90
47

829 San Joaq Lt A Pr prior pf.100

19

—

■*.

7,750
7,213
3,937

„

637

282,167
16,684
3,200
35
;

715

m W m m

:

5,859
1,237.102
109,769
57,484
5,138
5,592

Preferred

12.477

15

June 29

4%

3%
10%

Sale

1%

i\rA
133

43%
20

1%

m
W
13

20

ser

1.50

9%

Sale

3

Sale

Sale

17

Sale

109

4% Jan.
2
13% Feb. 20
20% Jan.
8

28

14

1
10% Aug.
28% Aug. 10
28
Aug. 23
25% Aug. 21
44% Aug. 17
102
Aug. 21
3% Aug. 21
19
Aug. 14
112
5
Aug.
134% Aug. 26
45% Aug, 27
28% Aug. 26
2%-Aug. 23
4
Aug. 26
2% Aug. 27
22
Aug. 24
27
Aug. 27
25% Aug. 27

32% Aug. 3l

36% Aug. 14

Sale

39

Sale

99%
1%
15%

Aug,

15

23

27

15

20
6

23%

13

Allg;

Sale

109

134

131
132% 135
44%
45% 43%
21
26%
27%
24%
1%
2%
1%
3
4%
1%
2
2
3
1%
19
20% 20% 17%

Sale

is*

Sale

32% Sale
20

110% 111
103% 104
%

19% Sale
2% Sale
1

Sale

6

7

33% Sale

1

28
29
29

28
28
2

6

31
22

2

14
6
16

16
5

17

8

21

104% 102

20

102

1
22
Aug.
Aug. 14 103

Aug. 14
Aug. 16

109% 112% 110% Aug. 12 112
Aug. 20
98% 103% 101 % Aug. 20 103
Aug. 17
% Sale
% Aug.
5
% Aug.
7
-.52
3
Aug. 7
Aug.
9
9
9% Sale
Aug. 30 10% Aug. 14
88%
94
97% Aug.
9 98
Aug,
8

18% Sale
2%
3
1%
1%
6%
6%
31%
32
37

40

p

9%
99
100
7% Sale

1 IP.

Sale
12

21%
7%

18% Aug. 31
2% Aug.
1
1
Aug.
1
6
Aug.
8

37%
1%
■9%
99%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
6% Aug.
17% Aug.
11
Aug.
22
Aug.
6% Aug.

23%
8%
120
273
277% 280

Aug. 16
Aug.
5
6
Aug.
Aug. 27
Aug.
8

39

31% Aug. 30

20%
3%
2%
6%
35%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2

10%
102%
8

19%
13
22

7%

19% Sale
11

Aug. 21 275

21%

21%

19% Aug.

10

11

10

l

Aug. 27

Aug.

Aug.

Jan.

8

% Feb.

7 102

2

111
36

Jan.

Mar. 13
Jan. 22
Feb. 27
May 3

10

Jan.

3

5% Mar. 15
5% Feb. 22
2% Mar. 22
30
Jan. 23
9

85

88% Jan;:
77

Jan.

8

Mar. 15
Jan.
8
June 21

" Mar. 14

1% Jan.
% Jan.

3
9

6% Jan.

2

28

2

9

Aug. 20
June 11

3*
8*

Aug.
7
Aug.
9
May 23
Aug.
8

87%
14%
20%
3%
2%
6%

May 22
Aug. 15
Aug.
5
Aug.
6
Aug. 27

June 29

39

Feb.

27

112

38% May 24

16

22

Aug. 27

Mar. 14

Mar. 18

10
3
5

Mar. 12
14% Feb. 2
.,

5

27

15 104

% Jan. 28
1% July 21
5% Mar. 29

13

45% Aug. 27
28% Aug. 26
2% Aug. 23
4
Aug. 26
2% Aug. 27
22
Aug. 24

25% Aug. 27
4
Apr.
3
36% Aug. 14
Jan.
2
22
Aug. 14
Feb. 26 103
Aug. 16

19

10

June 26

3% Aug. 21

3 134% June 22

Mar. 14

14%
%
%
1%

10

23
6

,

22

10
23
22
17

7% Feb. 25 19
Aug. 14
70% Jan.
2 112% July 23

Jan.
Jan.

23% Aug. 21
11

Jan.

18

11% June
Aug.
July
25% July
44% Aug.

w*

20% Mar. 13
71

30

106

10

8

Mar. 28

29% Aug. 14
34
Aug. 30
10
Aug. 28

Sale

17%

Mar. 11

9% Mar. 13
21% Mar. 15
12% Jan. 16
2
Apr. 22

10%
23%
26%
24%

Sale

5

14% Aug.
6
29% Aug. 14
34
Aug. 30
10
Aug. 28

15

Sale

100

................10

30
Sale
10

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

3%
5%
34% Sale
101

Sale

11
Sale

Sale

101

12

27%

10%
25%
27%
25%
40%
100

United Air Lines Trans v t c.5

(Consolidated) cl A

5

33%

Preferred...............25

common

Aug.

11% May 24

14
29%
21%

Transamerica Corp capital.. *
Union Oil Co of Calif cap..25

2,936

28

13%
28%
20

Union Sugar Co common..25

6,460

780

13
Feb.
1
7% Jan. 15

Aug. 28
Aug. 22
Aug. 22

100

Yellow A Checker Cab Co—

•XJi

5
3

1% July
2
10% June 29
3% June 27

51

128 Weill A Co (Raphael) pf.lOf
1,204 WellsFargoBk A UuTr cap 100
{West Amer Finance Co pf 10
Western Pipe A Steel of Calif

4»

241

8

% July 16
4% Mar. 1
3% June 27

48

788 Thomas Allec Corp class A._*
26,018 Tide Water Assoc Oil Co com *

3,815

2%

26

1,126 Telephone Investment Corp *

120
75

m

pref

..

394

8,864

i.\

cum conv

Feb.
Jan.

31% Mar. 28

Sierra Pacific El Co pref. 100

5H%

93
2

Aug. 28
Aug. 22

Shell Union OKI Corp com..*

2,640 dSocony-Vaccuum Oil cap. 15
51.638 Sou Pacific Co com (cap'l).lOO
29,178 Sou Pac Golden Gat# cl A..*
Class B_.
9,208
...*
2,721 Spring VatleyCo Ltd capital *
70,291 Stand Oil Co of Calif capital *

<

!i«

28

8% Jan. 23

Aug. 22

........100

326

t

3

19

26

51

com *

65,229
3,162

200

m m

Preferred....

1,150

3,812

m.

..100

5,886 Schleslnger A Sons cl A

321

*.

Prior pref series A

298

3,318

-

•
....

2,824
1,288

'

Preferred series I..

Preferred series 2
3,651
Conv preferred...
560
_..._*
9,810 Rainier Pulp A Pap cl A com *
8,537 Roos Bros Inc common.....1
Series A preferred...
575
100

8

Aug.
Aug.

10

Aug.

9%
9%
2%

48

non-vot..*

........

2
Aug.
1
Aug. 22
11
Aug. 28
28% Aug. 27
21
Aug.
2
4
Aug. 2

11

June

9

16
4
16
3
11

48

Sale

1st preferred.............*

5% Aug.

28

6 101

8
11

22

41

25

2,141 Ry Eq A Rlty Co Ltd cl A...*
Class B
392
*

Aug. 28
Aug. 10

13

9
9
9
18
25
13
26
23
18
22
23
16

51

Sale

..........100

Mar.
May
Apr.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
1
Mar.
% Jan.

•

243
103

Jan.

5%
1%
22%
6%
81%
6%

5

May
May
July
July
July
May
Aug.
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

54

Sale

Preferred.

10 i
29

51

25

com

15

5

47%

27

First preferred
•
Pac Tel A Tel Co common. 100

Jan.

Jan.

43

com. 25

Pac Pub Serv

19% July

40

6% 1st preferred........25
5H% let preferred...
25
Pacific Lighting Corp com..*
SO dividend pref
•

7,641

665

v;

Pacific Gas A Elec Co

51,533 Paraffin# Cos, Inc., com....*
1,221 Phillips Petroleum Co cap..*
3.778 Pig'n Whistle Corp partic pf *

1,375
1,572
: .U'A 271
2,694
::

PaauhauSugarPlantCo capl5

23

20% Jan.

15
6
26
7
5
22
23
16
8
3

4

*

North Amer Ins Corp—
Common
..........100

10

Jan.

3

i

I*

...100

A common series 1

32% May 27

7% May 29

7% Aug.
9
26
Aug. 20

25% Aug.

Sale Prices

7

7

v,9
3%

Highest

Sale Prices
26
Jan.
2

Nat Auto Fibres Inc Ttc

19,127

1

to

Jan.

21

17% Jan.

2

il*

Aug. 30
Feb.

19

May 27
102% Aug. 16
8
Aug.
20% May
May
26
May
7% Aug.

i!®

10
22
23
18
27

4% Mar. 13
94
Feb.
1 125
June 21
230
Jan.
5 280
July 31
% Feb.
1
% Mar. 20

10% Jan.

4

Jan.

13

6

23% Aug. 21
11

*

No par value,
1 Removed from list

Aug.

7

t Removed from list Feb. 28 and 6% of 1945 substituted in its place
Maturity date advanced to 1945 effective Mar. 1 1935.
April 5.
"
"*
* *—-*
-*«■
|lst; AprH 5. a Suspended at clow of business May 14 1935 and removed from listing and temporary registration at opening of business
May 22 1935.
b Called for redemption June 1 1935.
Suspended at close of business on May 31 1935 and removed from listing and temporary registration
c Removed from list
at opening of business on June 8 1935.
June 4.
d Removed from list July 15.
e Removed from list July 31.
f Admitted to list
July 10.
.

_

The National Securities Exchanges on which low prices since July 1
1933 were made (designated by superior figures in tables) are as follows:
• New York Stock.
2 New York Curb.
7 Buffalo Stock.
12 Cincinnati Stock.
17 Los Angeles Stock.




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RANGE OF PRICES ON THE LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
^

Stock Sales

•

Shares_

August.
Jan. 1 to Aug. 31

AGGREGATE

Jan. 1 to Aug. 31

Aug. 311935

$3,000

RANGE SINCE JAN.

PRICES IN AUGUST

1

July 1 1933

BONDS

1934

Since

August

.

$2,000
$34,000

August

Low from

LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

SALES

In

1935

Bond Sales

1935 ^ t
1934
622,998
99,768
4,594,137
1,496,832

Jan. 1

1

Aug.

*2,000

2,000
5,000
;

5,000

'39-49
1952
-—--1961

Home Owners' Loan 2%

Southern Call / Edison 5s

So Calif Gas 4%s

1,000 U S Govt Treas 3%s_.1946-44
2%s
1960-55
1,000
10,000 U S Liberty Loan 4%s. 1932-47

STOCKS

Shares.

Shares.
100

2,700
90

150

1,300

1
1,000 Barnhart-Morrow Cons
9,100 BarnsdsU OH Corp A.......5
17,800 Bolsa Cblca Oil Corp A
10
200

"""187
3,900
4,000
500

15,800
1,000
350
800
98

600
600

1,700
6,000
2,000
6,800
2,100

100

Pref

10

B

1,679 Broadway Dept Store pfd.100
80,000 Buckeye Union Oil com
1
Common rot tr ctfs..... 1
59,850
Preferred
.1
85,633
Preferred rot trust ctfs_.l
250,222
3,600 Byron Jackson Co..........*
....

I,850
2,500
1,300
1,900
8,500
11,450
23,700
19,500
31,200
10,200

Ask

Highest

Lowest

Highest

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

Sale Prices

100'5j2Aug. 15 100'532Aug. 15

100,532

100's32Aug. 15 100'sJ2Aug. 15
105

:gjf

Mi*mummm'

••*»«.«>«

rnmmmmm

••••••

June

11 105

June 11

104% Apr. 17 104% Apr.
1067ja Apr. 30 1067ja Apr.
101,#j2 Apr. 30 101'*j zApr.
101,#»Mar. 15 101l,ia Apr.

17
30
30
30

par

1,585 Ambassador Petroleum Co__l
17,100 Bandlnl Petroleum Co.....1
*
y 245 Barker Bros common....
270

Lowest
Sale Prices

Aug. 31

Ask Bid

Bid

65c

60c

3%
4%

Sale

2

"3" Sale"
1%
84
4c

8c

9c

6c

Sale

14c

22c

10c

16c

14c

18c

12c

Sale

24

Calif Packing Corp.........*

31

Central Investment Corp. 100

13

Chapman's Ice Cream Co...*
Chrysler Corp........
5
Citizens Nat T Be S Bank. .20
Claude Neon Elec Prod Ltd.*
Consolidated Oil Corp......*
Consolidated Steel com....*
Preferred................*

1%
59%

ion
8%
1 %
9%

12**

27#

13%

30

Sale
.

_

_

2%
59%

14

1%

Sale

Sale

1%
10%

J*

62
61**
29% Sale

Sale

9**

&

Aug. 27
3% Aug.
5
6% Aug. 10
60
Aug.
8

60c
3

1.05

Aug.
Aug.

41

3

July

3% Aug. 15

Aug.

1

84% Aug.
6c
Aug.
6c
Aug.
15c
Aug.
12c
Aug.
12** Aug.

2
26
22
12
20
1

87

22% Aug.
31
Aug.
13** Aug.
1** Aug.
59
Aug.
25** Aug.
10
Aug.
8** Aug.
1% Aug.
9
Aug.

1
1
19
19
27
6
14
1
3
21

30

2

10%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
15c
Aug.
14c
Aug.
13% Aug.
8c

8c

27
6
6
12
10
17

25c
24c

Jan.

2

Aug.

1

Mar. 16

2
Aug.
61% Aug.
Aug.
10
Aug.
9
Aug.
2
Aug.
10
Aug.

I
1.^
3*50*

Aug. 19
Mar 14

Apr.
1
July 31
Mar. 14

5

Feb.

Mar. 20

18

Jan.

31

25% Jan.

55c

55c

Feb.
6
Feb. 13
8
5

13% Aug. 17

7% Jan.

31

33

16

60c
Feb.
57 %c Feb.

20

Aug.
35% Aug.
14% Aug.

Jan.

4
Apr.
1
4% June 26
60
Aug.
8
4c
May
3
10% May 15
4% Mar. 29
1% Mar. 15
87
July 16

4% June

2

8c

12% Sale

60c

5c

87
15c

California Bank new...._.25

430 Crystalite Products Corp...*
Preferred
10
........100

2c

85
15c

21%

Aug. 27
Aug. 31
Aug.
8
Aug.
3

55

5c

1%
84%

60c
3
6

53

51%

"3"

60c
Sale

Sale
5%

29

Aug. 15
41% Feb. 16
14% Aug. 28
3% Feb. 19
30

61% Aug.

9

Aug. 14
11% Mar. 5
10% May 17
2% May 25
10
May 25
45c
Apr. 24
25% Jan
29
33

&

283 District Bond Co..........25
900

4,600 Douglas Aircraft Inc.......*

4,100
3,500
73

35,800 Emaco Derr Be Equip Co..__.5
20,425 Exeter Oil Co A...........1

rioo
2,000
141
y

100

6,000

21,500
18,300
37,700
504

15,000
3,700

300

"300

10,700
500

2,000
2 000

"i'iod
7,300
300
400

300

4,000
1,500
300
400

1,200
133

572 Farmers Be Merch Nat Bk.ltt

1,500
19,400
7,000
573
2,200
95

28%

12%
12c

13
15c

382** 399

10c

397

20c

405

Gladding McBean Be. Co
*
Globe Grain Be Milling Co..25
Golden State Co

.*

Goodyear T Be R Akron com.*
Goodyear T Be R(CaUf) pf.lOfl

Hancock Oil Co A
.._.*
8,856 Holly Development Co
1
1
5,000 Jade OU Co
285,715 Klnner Air pi 5c Motor Corp.l
1
401,250 Lincoln Petroleum Corp
1
138,800 Lockheed Aircraft Corp
10,707 L A Gas 5t Elec 6% pref
100
109,600 L A Industries Inc.........2
24,500 L A Investment Co_...._..10

505 Marbellte Corp..........
*
53
Preferred
........25
..1
6,700 Mascot Oil Co
1
1,225 Merchants Petroleum Co
2,011 Mills Alloys Inc A.........*
B
*
1,337
9,220 Mt Diablo OU Ming 5t Dev..l
547 Mortgage Guarantee Co..100

9%
5%
5%

19**

10

m ?H

5%
•

6%
19**

19%

19%

16** Sale

15%

15% Aug. 22

16% Aug.

47c
35c

Jan.

2c

Jan.

38c

Jan,

50c
1
Aug.
Aug.
Aug. 28 35c Aug.
4% Aug.
Aug. 16
Sale
105% Aug. 19 107% Aug.
1 % Aug.
6
1.40 Aug.
1%
Sale
5
5% Aug.
Aug. 5

Sale
Sale

30c
Sale

3** Sale
106

Sale

1** Sale
5**
0**

45c
29c

28c
1.10
81

3

60c
5

30c

23c

16c

2

4

3

25c
20c

12 c

24c

14c

25c

%
19c

3**

,

Aug. 23

3

14c

18c

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

25c

43c

5c

8c

63
213

19%

21

12

14

13%

10

11%
10%

10
10

25% Sale
27%
27%
25%
25

25%

26

27

27**
25**

25

Aug.

25c

10c

18%

10

3

30c

1

40c"

""S"

"5%

Aug. 29

30c

Feb. 28
May 20
Jan. 25
15c
June 10
2% July
3
Aug. 23
62 %c May
9
21c
June
6
5
Jan. 14

W*

5
Aug.
19% Aug.
14
Aug.
11** Aug.
10** Aug.
24% Aug.
26% Aug.
25% Aug.

45c

8c

28
2
15

17
30
28

29

19

Aug. 29

6% Aug.
Aug.
14
Aug.
11V Aug.
10*< Aug.
28
Aug.
27
Aug.
25% Aug.

22

1st preferred.............*

3,200
30,500
23,100

10,100 Pacific Western Oil Corp...*
71,800 Republic Petr Co Ltd.....It
1
38,200 Rice Ranch Oil Co.....

203

1,277

1,095 Samson Corp B common....*
5,179
6% Preferred...........It

6

63 San Joaquin LAP 6% pr pf 100
324
7% preferred...........100

7,300

48,800 Security First Nat Bank...20

Wot footnotes set past 71.
■■h

""1% "VA
15%
16
7%
7
1** Sale
21c
35c
37c
2**

"3%
16%
9

2**

100

100

105

110

45% Sale

9%

2% Sale
20c
37c

3

17%

46**

24c

....

3

2%
16%
7%
1%
21c

Aug. 12
Aug. 10
5
Aug.
2
Aug.

Aug. 16

37c Aug. 14
7
2% Aug.

15
17

5

27

Aug. 14
7
2% Aug.

....

47

8% Jan.
20% Mar.:
72
Jan. :
% Feb.
1% May
7% Jan.
7% Jan. !
1% Aug.
21c
Aug, :
Aug. 14
2% Jan. 18
Apr.
4
Jan. 14
Apr.
2

37c

37c

Aug. 20
Aug. 20 110
2
49% Aug, 13
45% Aug.

110

28

"9

40c

27
24
11

26c
20

Mar. 22
June
3

Aug. 23
Mar. 4

Apr. 11

2

8c
May 31
2% May 21
6% Aug. 16
22
Aug. 28
14
Aug. 15
11% Aug. 17
10% Apr. 22
28% Aug. 13
27% July 13
25% July 17

30
13

iii;

Feb.
4% July
May
22c
Apr.
5% Feb.
1% Feb.

49c

60c

16

3% Aug. 22
16% Aug. 10
11
Aug. 23
3% Aug. 24
9
25c
Aug.

67**cFeb. 19
80c
Feb. 11
4% Aug. 31
107% Aug.
5
1% July 26
7% Apr.
5

18c

28

19
9
Aug. 21
16**
16**
19
18% 16% Aug.
1
40** 41
44% Aug. 17
40** Sale
40% Aug.
99% 101% 100** Sale 100
Aug. 19
Aug. 28 101

22% May 17
Feb.
8
Jan. 12

40c
2c

30c

26c

Aug. 23
9
Aug.
Aug. 13
6
Aug.

*

Pacific PubUc Service......*

Feb.
Jan.

4

40c

8c

900

July*
Jan.
Jan.

49c

30c
17c

Olinda Land Co............1
500 Pacific American Fire Ins. .10

2,600

Feb.

9% Jan.

6

x

88
88
33

<1

24

Aug. 27
Jan.
8
Feb. 16

16% Mar.

31c

25c

200

Mar. 14

2c
Sale

Sale

"~2~, 200

July

July
Apr.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Apr.
4
Aug. 30
Mar. 23

40c

43c

860 Pacific National Co....

9%
6%
6%
20%

Jan.

40c

21c

5,900 Pacific Indemnity Co......l0
8,300 Pac Lighting Corp com.....*
2,481
t% preferred............*

6
Aug.
9
Aug.
Aug. 27
Aug. 23

■

10

Aug.
Jan.
July

2c

35c

Oceanic Oil Co.............1

3,600 Pacific Clay Products......*
42,800 Pac Finance Corp coasaaon.lt
Preferred series A.......10
2,400
Preferred serlee C ......It
3,200
Preferred serlee D
..10
2,600
17,500 Pac Gas Be Elec Co com....25
1st pref t%
II,600
.........25
1st preferred 5%%—
2,500
25

9**
5%
6%
20%

July

Aug. 21
Aug. 15

Mar.

Aug. 21
7
Aug. 15
12c
7
Aug.
Aug. 30 340

76

Nordon Corp.... .......... .5
Occidental Pet Corp....
1




9
31%
30** Aug.
15
5
13
Aug.
12c
12c
7
Aug.
395
Aug. 21 400

6% July
19% Mar.

Gilmore Oil Co.............*

79,300

34,700
2,600
15,420
17,000

28%

6**
9
31
31%
13** Sale

19
Aug. 21
44% Aug. 17
June 26
% Feb.
9
3% Aug. 22
16% Aug. 10
11
Aug. 23
3% Aug. 24
45c
Jan.
4

102

38c
3

May

6

June 10
June 21

July 22
Aug. 13

-/

-v,

Sept., 1935]
AGGREGATE

LOS

SALES

In

Jan. 1

Shares

-LOS ANGELES
STOCK EXCHANGE

Low from

Shares

1,184

21,500
1,086
4,900
8,300

STOCKS

Aug. 311935

Security Co units
Shell Union Oil Corp......
B common

So cony Vacuum Oil Co....
So Calif Edison Ltd com...

39

Sale
25%
23% Sale
25

....

26%

26%

....

565 So Counties Gas 6%
pref.l

3,500

"""800

100

.....
.....

19% Sale

•

124,900 Union

33% Sale

7

Sale

107%
17%

Sale

Oil

Co

10

100 Van de Kamps Bakeries
343 Weber Showcase Ac Fix
pfd__*

35,874 Wellington Oil Co
1
200 Western Air Express Corp.. 10
600 Western Pipe Ac Steel Co

100

1,700
128,000
121,050
131,500
2,000
1,200
169,689
116,100

18,000
5,000
30,000

4,400
24,400

21*

Sale

33

36

28%
26%
25%
26%
26%

28%
27%
25%

31% Aug. 19
11
Aug. 13
9% Aug.
6

2
19% Aug.
34% Aug. 28
27% Aug. 3
25
Aug. 12
1
23% Aug.

21% Aug.
39
Aug.
28% Aug.
27% Aug.
25% Aug.

15%
6%
5%
9%

13
21
1
28
11

Mar
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
11% Mar.

21

29

Feb.

Aug.
18% Aug.
27
Aug.

31 %

32%

32

Jan

19

20

19

35% Aug.

10

8

May
Aug.
June
Aug.
Aug.

23
21
18
23

30

27% July
Aug.
21% Aug.
27
Aug.
28% Apr.

3
29
17
16
25

10
90

31
8

Feb.

13

July

25

104

13% Mar. 14
7% Jan.
7
27% Apr. 23

9

June

15%
21%
39%
28%
27%

Feb.

13

Jan.

3

28% Mar. 14

38% May 24

6%

7% Sale
112

17% Sale

"~6% "T" Sale"

4%.. 5
4%
90c
97%c
.....

4%

5% Aug. 29

85c

95c

5
90c

Aug. 10

90c

19

22

35

Jan.

June

8

Apr. 16
19% Aug. 27

7

4% Mar. 12

" Feb.
15
Jan.
3c
Jan.
2
'Jan.

80

5

Aug. 10
5 105
July 18
30
20% May 23
7
June
4c
1
7
1
8% May
w

11
5
July 31
55c
May 29
2% July 20

^5% Aug."22

Aug. 12

4

8

Apr. 16

11

27
10
29
23

7"^ Aug." 15

5

4%

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

June

35
6
Aug.
19%
1
8 v
6% Aug.
110
Aug. 29 110
2
17% Aug.
19%

3

2
6

80 Jan.

Aug. 29
21% Aug. 17
27
Aug. 16

July

13

2

Jan.

104

Aug. 28

15

13
2

Jan.

23
30
23

Jan.

103

Sale

31% Aug. 19
11% May 23

10% Mar. 13

Feb.

102

18%

26% Aug.
2
10% Aug. 21
8
Aug. 22

22

19

314 Union Bank 8c Trust Co...50
Oil of Calif.
....25
128,750 U S Oil & Royalties Co
25

MINING

J*.

Highest
Sale Prices

25

17,300

3,000

9%

Lowest
Sale Prices

10

18%

'

31

Highest
Sale Prices

25

Preferred......

134,900 Universal Cons

30
9

Lowest

75

•

100

1

Sale Prices

160

65,900

6,300

Ask

.....

4,800 Taylor Milling Corp.....
248,300 Trantamerica Corp

"

RANGE SINCE JAN.

........

42,900 Standard Oil of Calif
378 Superior Oil Co
28

Sale

27%

..........

483
A preferred
251 Souare D Co Inc
>10
7% preferred..

16

'19% Sale"

56,600 Southern Pacific Co
..1
1,121 Square D Co B common...
-

27
11
9%

9

...

Aug. 31

Ask Bid,

9

35

■

1

Aug.

24%
10%

Signal Oil-Gat A

10,900
100

PRICES IN AUGUST

Bid

Original preferred......
7% preferred.
4% preferred...........
#%% preferred..
500 So Calif Gas 6% pref A
1,200
6% preferred....

10,300

71

to

4,235
6,600
35,100
V- v
400
7,800
114,600
3,043
29,800
55,100
58,100

400

1,500

EXCHANGE

July 1 1933

Since

August

STOCK

ANGELES

Aug. 12

19%

July

14% Feb. 27

5
5

July
July
July
2% July
19
July

11
31
22
20
13

19% Jan.

8

1

r

STOCKS—

Alaska Juneau Gold M Co 10c
Black Mammoth Cons M ColOc

15%

16%

8c

11c

08c

Calumet Gold Mines Co.. 10c

4%c

4c

Imperial Development Co_25c

lc

12c
p 2c

5

,

Oatman Ralnb Gold M Co. 10c
Prince Cons Mining Co...10c
Tom Reed Gold Mines Co
Zenda Gold Mining Co

16%
09c

15% Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
lc
Aug.

2~

15% Aug. 22
j lc
Aug.
3
6c
Aug.
8
10 l%c
Aug. 10

15% Aug. 22

09c

23

7c

June

10%c 4%c

29

3c

July

lc

Aug. 10

lc

Jan.

lc

2c

2c

'

3c

1

46c

1

5%c

51c
7c

43c
5c

Aug. 13 48c
2 6%c
Aug.

Aug. 29
Aug. 21

35c
5c

6

26
2

Mar. 22

July
Aug.

3
2

17c

Jan.

13%cJan.
4c
lc

Jan.
Jan.

3

5
24
2

Mar. 22

3c
51c

Jan.

25

22c

Jan.

25

UNLISTED

STOCKS—
18,925 Amer Tel & Tel Co.......100

2,621

2,100 (The) Aviation Corp (Del)..5
3,671 Bethlehem Steel Corp
•
21,700 Cities Service Co...........1*
400 Cord Corp
5
8,600 General Electric Co.
28,500 General Motors Corp......10
7,800 Montgomery Ward Ac Co....*
9,600 Packard Motor Car Co......*
17,400 Radio Corp of America
..*

"""ioo
6,900

'""§5o
8,500
1,800
800

4,400
100

3%
37%
1%
3%
29%

par

value,

x

Odd lot.

v;

Sale

4%
37%

37

130% Aug.

2 141% Aug. 17

Sale"

29

32%

Sale

2%

37%

Sale

37% Aug.' 21
2
1% Aug.

38%

3

Aug"." 2 i
Aug. 21

.....

32%
Sale

4%

Sale

6%

5,600 Tide Water Assoc Oil.......*
11,900 Warner Bros Pictures.....5

/• No

136%
3%

Sale

322 Standard Oil Co (New Jer).25

1,100
3,700

Sale

i

34%
4%
6%

"f% Pm
6
Sale

32

4%
6%
46%
10
5

Aug. y7
3
Aug.
2
Aug.
Aug. 19
1
Aug.
8
Aug.
3
Aug.
2
Aug.

Aug." 15

45

*

Aug.
36% Aug.
5
Aug.
7% Aug.
46% Aug.
10% Aug.
6
Aug.

12
9
1

14
8
10
31

99%
3%
23%
%
2%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
June
21% Mar.
27
22

Mar.

3%
4%
37%
8%
2%

Mar.
Apr.
Apr.

Mar.

Apr.
Mar.

141% Aug. 17
2
5% Jan.
37% Aug. 21.
Aug.
4% Jan.
Aug.
Aug.
36% Aug.
5% Jan.
7% Aug.
48% June
11% May
Aug.

11

(

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New

£ f£OCw*
York Ourb,
V

15
12
9
7

14
19

22
31

.

.

Th?1?aiIo^al, t8.cu^itlQS, JwhMSM
•

21
' 7

®a which low prices since July 1 1933 were nnde (designated by superior figures in tables), are as follows:
'
«• Chicago Board of Trade. 18 Detroit Stock.
» Pittsburgh Stock
o San Francisco Curb
California

New,York Produce.
•




Stock Exchange

8 Boston Stock.

» Salt Lake

City Stock Exchange.

** San Francisco Stock

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•

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dealings on the leading stock exchanges of
date, are furnished. In this department of
GeneralQdotations we combine in one comprehensive whole, securities of all classes and descriptions, not only
those dealt in on the exchanges, but also leading unlisted and inactive securities.
The following is an index
In the earlier part

tha country, for

to

of this publication complete records of the

the latest month and for the calendar year to

the different classes of

securities quoteds
Page

Pag«

Page

Seats
...
88
Federal Land Bank Bonds............... 98

Joint Stock Land Bank Securities........118

Railroad Stocks......................... 76

Mining Stocks—89

Real Estate Bonds....

Foreign Government Bonds.............. 96
Industrial Bonds........................ 86

Municipal Bonds (Domestic)............. 98
Canadian............................. 97

Exchange

Industrial

Stocks....................... 89

Public Utility Bonds.....................

78

.......................116

Public Utility Stocks....................
Railroad Bonds.......—...—————'

84

Insurance Stocks

Investing Companies

Securities......... 77

-

71

.

■
.

.

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

94

Real Estate Trust and Land Stocks....... 89
Textile Stocks........................... 89
Title Guarantee and Safe Deposit

Stocks.. 89
98
98

United States Government Securities.....
United States Territorial Bonds..........

near as possible far toe closing day of the month precedino the date of issue.
As the New York Stock
1909 to quote all bond prices "and Interest," we have adopted the same method and no longer employ a designating
where there is a deviation from this rule. The reader will understand, therefore, that unless the letter "/" i» prefixed
to the price, he must pay accrued tnterest in addition to the price.
This, however, does net apply to income bonds or bonds In default. In whlch cases
the price Includes the Interest, should there be any.
The letter "/" prefixed to bond prices denotes that the quotation Is a flat price—that Is. that the accrued Interest forms part of the price, and
Quotations for all securities are as

Exchange began with Jan. 2

mark to Indicate the fact except

provide for It separately In making payment. As already stated In the case of Income bonds and bonds in
"flat," and no designating mark Is employed to indicate the fact.
Quotations for equipment bonds are based on average maturities.
Quotations for guaranteed stocks are "and dividend"; that is, the accrued dividend must be paid in addition to the price.
Jt should be borne in mind In the use of these tables that the quotations for many inactive and unlisted securities are merely nominal, but In all
cases the figures are obtained from sources which are considered reliable.
:
v',/
The foUowIng 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.
The black-faced type in the letters showing the Interest period indicates the month when the bonds mature.

therefore the purchaser does not have to

default, the price is always

NOTICE,—AH bond prices

Bid.

Bonds.

RAILROAD BONDS

are

"and interest" except where

marked "f" and Income and defaulted bonds.
Bid.

Bonds.

Ask

Boston A Maine

Atlantic Ooast Line of S O—
u

93
Adirondack 1st 44s 1942 guMAJS
100
Akron A Barb Belt g 4s 1942 _ JAD
Akron Oanton A Youngstown—
Gen & ref 6s 1946 ser A—AAO / 46
Gen A ref 54» 1945 ser B AAO / 46
Alabama Great Southern—
108
1st cons g 5s 1943 ser A—JAD
99
1st cons 4s 1943 ser B
JAD
Alabama Tennessee A NorthernPrior lien 6s 1948——
JAJ

96

48
48

994
8

3

Gen Income 6s Oct 1948 ...JAJ
Alabama A Vlcksburg By—„
1st M g 5s 1974 series A—MAN

Gen 1st g 4s

July 1948

1948—JAJ

2d g 4s 1948
Atlantic A Yadkin—

—JAJ

1034
754
64

/
/

22
16

Allegheny Valgen 4s 1942—
Allegheny A western—
1st mtge guar 4s 1998
AAO
Ann Arbor 1st g 4s 1995——Q-J /
Ark A Mem By Brge A Term—
1st M 5s 1964
-MAS
Aroostook Nor 6s g 1947
AAO
Atchison Topeka A Santa Fe—
Gen mtge gold 4s 1995—AAO
Adjustment 4s July 1 1995 Nov
Stamped
MAN
Oonv g 4s of '09 due 1955 JAD
Oonv g 4s of '05 due 1955. JAD
Oonv g 4s of '10 due 1960 .JAD
Oonv deb 44s 1948
JAD
Trans 8 L 1st g 4s 1958—JAJ
Oal-Arlx 1st A rf4 He '62 op MAS
Rocky Mt Dlv 4s 1965—.JAJ
Athens Terminal By—
1st g 5s 1937
JAJ
Atl A Birm. Se« Seab'd Air Line
Atlanta A Charlotte Air Line—
1st M4^i 1944 ser A
JAJ
1st M 5s 1944 ser B
JAJ
Atlanta Knoxville A Northern
1st mtge gold 5s 1946
JAD
Atlanta A St Andrews Bay—
1st 6s. 1938
AAO
Atlanta Terminal 6s 1939—.FAA
Atlantic Oity gu 4s 1951
JAJ
1st M 54« 1929 extd as 6%
to May 1954
MAN
Atlantic Ooast Line BB—
1st cons 4s July 11952—-MAS
Ool tr g 4s Oct 1 1952 op.MAN
Oonv deb 4s 1939 op 1916MAN
Gen unlf ser A 44« 1964. JAD
,
10-yr coll tr 5s May 1 '45.MAN
a
b
Equipment trust 4 4s
Eq 64s Feb 1936 (year) FAA »
Eq 4Hs 1936-41 E (yr)
FAA b

76
654
234
17

108

874

924

57

60

105

1948—AAO
1st M 5s July 1 1948
AAO
5-yr sec notes 44« 1939 .FAA
Oonv g 43*s 1960
FAA
Bef A gen 5s 1995 series A. JAD
Bef A gen 6s 1995 series O. JAD
Bef A gen 5s 2000 ser D—MAS
Bef A gen 5s series F1996. MAS
Eq tr 44« 1936-40 (yr)—MAN
Eq tr 44* '30-'41 O (yr)—FAA
Eq tr 5s 1936-37 (yr)
FAA
Eq tr 5s 1936-38 (yr)
FAA

.

101
105

100 4

m
¥i"

Befund gold 4s 1941—MAN
Dlv 1st 5s 1950
JAJ

W

1084

102

1024

1044
1054
1004
107

1074

109""

1094

1104

1054
35

1004

102""

103

1154

117

85

i074
94

1034

——

1959—JAJ
Bangor A Aroostook—
1st M 5s g Jan 1 1943
JAJ
Cons refund g 4s 1951
JAJ
4s stamped 1951—
Medford Ext 5s 1937
MAN
Plscat Dlv g 5s Jan 1943—AAO
St Johns Biv Ext gu 5s '39-FAA
Van Bur Ext 5s g Jan '43.AAO
Washburn Ext 1st 5s *39..FAA
Battle Greek A Sturgls—
1st guar g 3s 1989...
JAD
Bedford Beit 1st 5s 1938
JAJ
Beech Or 1st 4s g gu 1936...JAJ
2d guar gold 5s 1936
JAJ
Beech Ork Ext 34« 1951-.AAO
Bellefonte Central 1st 6s '49.FAA
belt RB A Stk Yds (Ind'p'lis)—
1st ref gold 4s 1939
MAN
Belvldere DjI 1st 34s 1943.. JAJ
Big Sandy By 1st g 4s 1944. JAD
Birm Terra 1st g 4s 1957 gu MAS
Bluff Point Land A Imp 1st 4s *40
Boonville St L A Sou 6s '51.FAA /

924

924

733*

734

73

76
78
91

®

3.00

1.50
3.50

70
70
3 60
3.60
3.60
3.60

to 2%
1%

lstjgold 5s 1938.JAD

101
108

1083*

107
107
110
107

108

108

63
80

65

100 4

k
684

60

General 5s g 1937
Con g 43*s 1957
Buff A Susquehanna

MAS
MAN

k

JAD
July 1 1938
JAJ
July 1937
JAJ
4 Vie Impt 1978—
FAA
1st mtge 4 fie ser A 1943—AAO
34s Jan 1 1951-.—
-J&J
Bef 33*f 1952 gu N Y O..AAO

1003*

934

102

|

28""
100

1013*
103 k

1013*
83

853*
973*

78

81

77

80

FAA
1941-JAJ




%

31

32

67
33

70

106

1023*

1034

624

984
1074
1034

A.AAO

104?*
634

914
19

1003*

1124

1954.MA8
JAJ
43*e guar 1951..........MAS
43*s guar 1956
FAA
44s guar 1955
JAD 16
40-yr 5s guar 1970
FAA
5s guar July 1 1969..
JAJ
5s guar Oct 1 1989
AAO

1C9
108 5*

1957

—

109

i093*
1114

114
112
114
b 3 50
Eq tr 4 3*s 1936 1942 (gu) MAN
b 3 50
JAD
Eq tr 43*s 1936-45(ann)
b 3 50

Equipment trust 6s..........
Oauadian Northern—
3 F deb 7s 1940
8 F deb 84s 1946

_

JAD
JAJ

1939—-JAJ

*

n Nominal.

624

4.00

4s 1955—
FAA
105
Cambria A Ind 1st 44B '68
JAJ
b 3.60
Eq tr 53*s 1936-38 (year) MAN
89
Canada Atl By 1st 4s 1955
J AJ
Gen M g

Winnipeg Term 4s

k Last sale.

82

fk 194

Butte Anaconda A Pac 5s*44

4 3*s guar

924

5s

t This price Includes accrued interest.

80
60
4.00

BR Oorp—

i
b Basis.

1013*

Buffalo Rochester A Pittsburgh—

Can Nat Rys 43*8 gn

1033*

25

31™
3§

105

Canada South 5s 1962 ser

106

83

liT^

80

814

100

Oam A Clear—1st 5s g

10I4

1014

2.50%

4.00

JAJ

1st ref 6s 1961

Certificates of deposit

109

71
4 00

903*
1st 4s Dec 30 1963
JAJ
Burl Oedar Rapids A NorthCon 1st A coll tr 5s g '34.-AAO *f 17

110

95

78
79

1st mtge gtd 4s 1938—...JAJ
Buffalo oreek 1st 5a 1941.-.JAJ

114
105

44s

..:V

..MAN
.AAO

g 88

Brunswick A Western—

113

98?*

5s June 1942

88
„

MAS

6s 1967 ser AO
5s 1955 ser 2

2d (now

97 4
94 4
844

5s Oct '63.-JAJ

Boston A Albany

m

1st m

854

85
86
85

1st m 4?*s 1961 ser JJ
Eq 43*s 1936-1943 (yr)—AAO
Equipment trust 5s.......
Bost A Maine (old)
4s Feb 1 1937
hAA
4s Aug 1942
FAA
3s July 1950
JAJ
Equip 53*s 1936-1937(yr)FAA
Eq tr 6s 1936-38 (year)—JAD
Boston ANY Air Line—
1st mtge gu g 4s 1955——FAA
Boston Kev Beach A Lynn—
1st m 4?*s July 15 1947.JAJ16
Gen m 6s '33 extd to '38. JAJ 15
Brooklyn A Montauk—

106

Toledo A Oln Dlv 4s

1st

§1^
§33*
82

6s Jan 1943.....
5s May 1940..............

90

Ask.

82

84

.

86
104

1st M 4s g July 1

S

—

look

5s 1941
JAI
Augusta Union Stat 4s 1953-JAJ
Baft A Harris g 5s 1936
MAN
1st M West Ext g 5s 1938 MAN
1st mtge gtd g

mmmm

1947

5s May 1943..................
5s Mar 1942

45

_

108
1014

April

5s Apr 1944....—
5s June 1945
6s Jan 1946

1084

1st mtge gu g 4s 1949
AAO
Aug Term 1st gu g 6s 1947—AAO
Austin A Northwestern—

PIttsb Lake Erie A W Va—

94

4s-5s

(new) 5a Sept '41

...

Baltimore A Ohio—

98

Albany A Susq 34« g 1946.AAO
Alleghany Oorp—
Ooll tr conv 5s 1944
FAA
Ooll A conv 5s 1949.—.-JAD

..A&O

29?*
25

IV*
24

_

5s stamped 1950

102

100

JAJ

Atl A Danville 1st 4s

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask.

* Negotiability impaired by maturity.

103 3*
123

98

104

1234

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and interest" except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of

Bonds

Bid.

Canadian NW4Hs Oct 221943-

98

Canadian Pacific—
Cons deben 4s perpetual. -J&J

102 %
20-yr coll tr 4 Ks 1946
M&8
Coll tr 6s 1964
104 M
J&D
S f 4Kb Dec 16 1944—J&D15
95 K
Coll tr 4Ks I960
100
j«J
111
Conv coll tr 0sl942
M&S
111K
Bq tr 6s 1944
J&J
Bq tr 4Ks 1936-1938 s-a_. J&D b 3.50
Bq tr 4 As 1940-1946 s-a.J&D b 3 50
Caro Cent 1st k gu 4s 1949..J&J / 41
Oaro Clinch & Ohio 6s 1938. J&D
107 %
1st cons 6s 1952 ser 4.J&8D16
108 K
Carthage & Adirondack—
1st mtge guar g 4s 1981-.J&D
72
107
Oatawlssa cons g 4s 1948—.A&O
Cent Ark & East 1st 6s 1940. J&J
OentrBr Un Pac 1st g 4s *48. J&D
Central of Georgia—

87
103 K
105 %
96 K
100 M

111K
112
3

3

108 K
109 %

n!^N,eW.fTn8 1!t
Central of New

85

19
53K

qu ** 1061 J&J

Jersey—

46 X
22

85

J&J /

6s 1946

29%

85

|q tr 4%a '35-'40serQ(yr)M&N

g

48

33 X
20
9
8

Bq tr 5s 1936-'38 (yriy)..J&D
Chat Div gold 4s 195I...J&D /
Macon & Nor g 6s 1946
J&J /
MidGa&Ati 1st 6s 1947..J&J f

Mobile Div

75

28

Ref & gen 5s 1959 ser C..A&0 /
Bq tr 4Kb '36-'40ser P(yr)M&S

*

Gen M (now 1st) g 6s 1987 J&J
100
Gen M 4s 1987
90 X
,_J&J
b 2.75
Bq tr
4Kf 1936-*41 (yr)_.F&A
Central Pacific¬
ist ref 4s g guar 1949
100K
P&A
1st g guar 4s Oct 11954. ..A&O

101K

Guar g 6s 1960—
P&A
m Burooean loan 4s 1946.M&8 /
Central BR & Banking of Ga—

°pH tr g 6s 1937
Central Vermont

63

_

72
69

Ry—

6

4.50

3.25%

101 %

102 %

100K

Bq tr 6s Dec 14 35 *44 (yr)
Charleston & Savannah—

General gold 4s 1988
..J&J f
Certificates of deposit...— 1

36

J&J
Charleston & Western Carolina—

50

Ref g 4« 1934 opt to 1911—A&O
Certificate of deposit....—-

Yl2H
M&S
/if*

Sec 4K® 1962 ser A

Certificates of deposit

101K

it*

30-yr. conv. 4Kb 1960—M&N
65
Bq tr 5s 1936-38 (s-a)
J&D
60
65
Bq 4Ks "36-'42 O (yr)——J&J
60
§ ^ 65
Eq tr 4Ks '36-'45 (s-a).—J&D
Chicago St Louis & N O—
104
105 %
Con g 5s June 15 '51—J&D 15
89
Con g 3Ks June 15'51 J&D.15 k
79 ;
82%
Mem Div 1st 4s 1951
J&D
Chic Terre Haute & Southeast
J 73 K
1st & ref g 5s Dec 1 '60 opt J&D
62
Inc ntge 5s Dec 1 I960--M&S
107 X
Chic Un Stat 1st 4Kb 1963—J&J
108
1st M 5s 1963 series B
J&J
106 %
Guar 4s 1944—...—...A&O
107%
1st M 4s series D 1963..—J&J

h hbtOC

Guar

Eq tr 5s 1936 38 (yr)—A&O

b 3.60

Cincinnati Union Term Co—
1st M 4Kb 2020 ser A
J&J
1st M 5s 2020 ser B
J&J
1st mtge g 5s series C '57-M&N

98%
106

105 %
55

4s 1957 gu.J&J
Chesapeake Corp—See Indus Bds
1st cons g 5s 1939M&N
General 4Kb gold 1992..-M&S
Ref & Impt 4 Kb 1998 serA A&O
Ref & impt 4Ks *95 ser B J&J

111K
115K
108 %
109%

Bq tr 4Ks *35-40 W (yr).A&0
Bq tr 6s 36-'38 (yr)
M&S15
Bq tr 6Ks *36-'

3.00
3.00

2.00
1.00
108
k 102

%
110K

R & A Div 1st con g 4s '89. J&J
2d con g 4s 1989
J&J

108
105 K

Warm Spr Val 1st 6s g '41-M&S

Chesapeake & Ohio Northern—
!■* M 6s 1945 guar

106 K

A&O

Chicago & Alton BR—
Refunding g 3s 1949
A&O
Chicago Burlington & Quincy—

•

Gen M 4s 1958
M&S
1st & ref 4Ks ser B 1977..P&A
1st & ref g 5s 1971 ser A..F&A
Illinois Div 3Ks *49 op '29 J&J
4s July 1 1949
Chic & Bast 111 (new co)—
°en M 6s May 1951

41
106
105 K

HOK
102 K
107 X

J&j

M&N

I

Certificates of deposit..
f
Chicago & Eastern Illinois—
1st consol 6s gold 1934—.A&O •
Chicago & Erie 5s 1st g '82.M&N
Chic Grt West 1st 4s 1959-M&S

110
113 %

Ref M g 6s 1947 series A—j&j
Ref M g 5s 1947 series B..J&j
Ref M g 4s 1947 series O..J&j
1st & gen 5s 1966 series A.M&N
1st & geu 6s May '66 ser B J&J
Monon Coal gu 5s '36 opt

J&D

Chic Indianapolis & St. Louis—
Short Line 1st 4s 1953—-A&O
Chicago Lake Shore & Eastern—
„

1st M 4Kb 1969 opt 1919.J&D

Chic Memp & Gulf 5s 1940—J&l
Chic Milw & Gary 1st 5s *48 -A&O

20

24 X

19
19
6 %

24 %
25

0%
10 K

22

52
24

F&a

Conv ad] 5s Jan 2000
A&O
Gen g 4s A May 1 1989—.J&J
Gen g 3Ks B

May 11989-J&J

13K
5

45%

13 %

4?*

42

Gen 4Ks May '89series O.J&J
Gen 4Kb May '89 ser e..j&j

47

47

48 %
49 %

Gen M 4kb

50

54

May '89 serF_J&J
Bq 4Ks'36-*43 E & F (yr).j&j

Bq 4Kb *36-'41 G & H(yr).J&j
Equip tr 5s'36 '40serB(yr)F&A
Chicago & North Western—
Gen M 3Ks g 1987—..M&N

& 1987
M&N
Stmpd non-pay Fed lnc tax
Gen M 5s '87 ctpd inc tax M&N
Gen M 4Ks'87stpdinctaxM&N
Gen M 4 K s'87 stpd inc tax M&N
15-year 6Ks Mar 1936—.M&S
1st & ref 5s May 2037
J&D
1st & ref 4kb May 2037—J&D
lot & ref 4K« May 2037C J&D
Oonv g 4Ks 1949 ser A..M&N
Bq 5s '35-'38 O (yr)
J&D
Bq 6Ks 1936 ser J (yr)—M&S
Bq 6kb 1936 K (yr)—. A&O
Bq 4Ks'35 '42 (yr.) ser A M&N
Gen M gold

82

101

87

89K
103 K
99

50%
4.0U

b

105

109 %

A&O

Conv 5s 1935

1st & ref gold 4s 1943

39K
41K
41K

41
43
44

48 K

H
48 K

48K

48

M&N
.M&N

May I *37

Delaware River RR & Bridge—
1st mtge g 4s 1936
F&A
Denver & Rio Grande Western—
Gen Income 5s Aug *55
F&A
Assented subject to plan
Ref & impt 6s 1978

82
82
82

87

87

B.A&O
Eq tr 4Kb 1936-42 (yr)..M&N
Equipment trust 6s...
Equipment trust 5%a
Denver & Rio Grande—
1st con g 4s 1936
_J&J
1st con g 4Kb 1936—
J&J
Denver & Salt Lake Ry—
1st mtge 6a 1950
An Apr
lnc mtge 6s 1960
J&J

82

87

„

91%
100%

112

55%
20%

16

18
19

18

10%
87

ser

.

Otft of

Series

„

.

Gen ref gold 4s

8K
6K
30

A&O

30

<

96

22

48K

1950......J&J

1st con

4Kb

r

4H

1982

(Nov '32 and May r37 coup).
Proof of claim filed
Certificates of deposit

....

7 IS

Fort Dodge Des Moines & Sou—
1st 5s 1938—J&D
Fort St Un Dept Det 4K« *41 J&J

'l032*

Ext at 5K% to 1961
J&D
Galveston Houston & Henderson

1st lien & ref M 5Ks 1938

J&J
J&J
Ga & Ala Term 1st g 5s 1948.J&D
Ga Caro & N 1st 5s g 1929..J&J
Ext at 6% to July 1 1934
90 K Georgia & Florida RR—
1st M 6a 1946 ser A
M&N
103 %
Otfs of deposit
.....—
99%
eorgia Fla & Ala RR—
91X
1st M & ref 6s 1952
—F&A
eorgia Midland—
1st g 3s 1946
—A&O
57
Ga RR & Bkg ref 6s 1951—A&O
3.25%
4a Jan 1 1947
J&J
si Sou & Fla 1st g 5s 1945—J&J
Deb 5« 1952
A&O
Eq tr 4Ks 1935-1939 s-a.M&N
■;f 110
„oshen & Deckert'n 1st 5Ks 1978
Uouv & Osw 1st 5s g 1942
J&D
Gr R & Ind ext 4Ks 1941—J&J

108

J,' 28"

23

28
22 K

31"

48%

49%
41%
45%
41%

40,/

45%
40

K ^•37

Sink fund g deb 7s 1940Deb g 6s Sept 1 1936

-

A&O
M&S
F&A

6 Ks 1936 series F
Grand Trunk West 4s £ 1950.J&J

1950—J&J
Eq tr 5s Dec 14 "35-'43 (yr)
Grays Pt Term g 5s 1947—J&D

1000>
K
X

80%
98

A—J&J

'41.J&J
B—.J&J

21
88
88

19K

82
;

82

6.00

99

107 K
102 %
92

94

105

>

102 X
104 X
k 102
82
93
6

4.50
82 K

sot

J&J

O

1976 ser D
J&J
1977 ser E_.—J&D
Eq tr 4Kb 1935-1939
M&S
Eq tr 4K« 1936-1940 D (yr)J&J
Eq tr 5a 1935-1938 (yr)—M&S
Western Fruit Express
Eq 5s J'ne 15*36 v39 (yr) J&D
Eq

tr

4Kb

1936-1940.J&D

96 %
104 X
97 K
91

85 K
85 K

2.50
2.50

2.50
3.50
3.50

Greenbrier Cheat & Elklst 5s

88

27%
28 %

5K« 1952 ser

I Gen M 5s 1973
Gen 4Kb
Gen 4K«

9%
8%

ft §«

29

J&J

1944

Greenbr Ry 1st

g gu 4s '40
Green Bay & Western—
Debenture ctfs A Feb

49

M&N

tuiiiuo

&

100 %

106
42 X

Debenture ctfs B Feb
Gutnt

105

dep for gtd 4s 1935-J&J (

25

1st g gu 4s $ July 1

Gen M

102

/

44

98 K

1st & ref g 4K« '61 opt

/
f

100

85 X
96

1962

Gen M 7s 1936 series

82

112

Great Northern—

93,z

/

7

J&J

3s

103 %

97

/

Grand Trunk Ry of Canada—

28,^

80

IK
IK

2nd 4s Gold Sterling 1955-A&O
1st 4s Feb 25 '39 Alg gu.M&N
1st 4s Feb 16 *42 Alg gu.M&N
Gen 4a 1962 Can Gov gu._J&J

1st M

.

116K
13 H
14

7 17 X

A&O

—.

.

/
/

Grand River Valley 1st 4s 1959—

113

35

93

Genesee River 6s 1957

Grand Trunk PacUlc—

106 K
,

A&O

Galveston Term 6s 1938--.-M&S

6K

Western—

:UH

J&J fk 46
Gu lyaquli & Quito 1st 5s *32 J&J2 /
13
Gulf Mobile & Northern—
75 X
1st 5 Ks 1950 ser B
A&O
72
1st 5s 1950 Series O
—A&O
Gulf & Ship Island RR-—
50
1st ref & term g 5s Feb 52-J&J
Stamped (July 11933 cpn on)
O'llf Terminal of Mobile—

50

112"

J&J

76

84

82

J

3K

3
60

35

30

*

1st M 6s

1958 ser A

1st mtge g

H-trl R

&

4s 1957 gu

Portch—See

.VX




57

——-

Amended

-

b Basis.

44 K

'59-J&D
M&S

95 K

%

30
Mortgage gold 4s 1995.._J&D f 15%
Mtge 4s stamped 1995
f 15%
111%
Det R Tun 4K« 1961 gu.. .M&N

Negotiability impaired by maturity,

106 K
106 %

.J&J
3)|s ser B 1940—J&J

1st cons ref 4Kb '52 opt—M&N
Proof of claim filed

78

Oes Plalnes Vai 4Kb 1947..M<S^
Oet & Mack pr lien 4s 1995. J&D f
4s stamped 1995
/

*

67 K
2.00
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
105
117

Florida Central & Peninsula-—

95

Des Moines & Fort Dodge—

54 %
49 K
18

68%

Eq tr 6s 1936 (year) ...J&J16
Bq 4Kb '36-'41 LL (s-a)—M&S
Eq tr 4Ks 1935-43 (s-a)—M&S
Equipment trust 5s—
Equipment trust 5Ks
Penn coil g 4s Feb 11951—F&A
Erie & Jersey s f 6s 1955——J&J
Erie & Pittsburgh—

2d 4s 1936.

101

__A&0 k

15-vr g 5Ks

A&O
A&O

1953

Ref & impt m 5s 1967—M&N
Ref & mtge m 5s 1975...-A&O

Ga & Ala 5s Oct 1945

107

Del & Bound Br 3Ks 1955.F&A
Delaware & Hudson—

87

102 %

104 X

Imp & equip 5s 1960
M&N
Dayton Union 4s 1949
J&J
Dawson Ry & Coal 5s 1951J&J

87

77
72
73

Fonda Johnstown & Gloversv—

110,,

1st 1 & ref g 7Ks '36 ser A. J&D
1st 1 & ref 6s 1936 ser B..J&D

82

84

74%
100%

102 %
100 K

1st 6s
1951
M&S
Consol Rys (N H) deb 4s *54 J&J
Deb 4s 1955
J&J /
Deb 4s 1955
A&O f
Deb 4s 1956 guar
J&J
Cuban Nor Rys 1st 5Ks *42. J&D
Cuba RR 1st g 5s 1952
J&J

82

98 K

J&J
J&J
A—A&O

1996

Ft Worth & D O 6# 1921—

Connecting Ry (Phila)—
1st M gu 4s Mar 15' 51.M&S15

48

103

105 K

Conn Klver gold 4s 1943...M&S

110K

Prior lien gold 4s

36 *41 H (s-a)—M&S
4s 1945
J&J
Florida West Sh 5s 1934
J&J

112

1st extend g 4s 1955
F&A
Connecticut & Passumpsic Rivers
1st gold 4s 1943
—A&O

100

93

100 K

A&O

1st & ref 5s 1966
Erie—

Fla So 1st g gn

101K

Columbus & Hocking Valley—

Chic Milw St Paul & Pac RK—

60-yr 6s 1975 series A

M&N

1936-37

Ext gold 4s 1948
Columbus & Toledo—

98

106
100

Eq 4Ks

112

74K
105K
91K
94 K
103 K
91K

Columbia & Port Deposit—
1st ra 4s 1940
F&A

92

6K
9K

,

El Paso & Southwestern RR—

Florida East Coast 4Kb

80

Colorado & Southern
General mtke 4K« 1980—M&N

80""

103
101 %
108 K

1st 6s 1910 ext at 4% 1950-J&J
Income 5s 2862——
A&O
El Paso & R I 1st gu 5s 1951. J&J

Gen gu g

111K

97

f 5 Ks 1972 series A—A&O
1st M s f 5s 1973 ser B
A&O

85

.

Elmlra & Williams port—

1st & ref 5s 1974
Certificates of deposit

99K

•

Eq tr 5K%

_

A&O

Edmonton, Dun vegan & Brit
Columbia Ry 4K« 1944—A&O
Elgin Joi & East 5s 1941---M&N

Eq 4K« 1935 G (s-a)

82

116K
23 K

M&N

Eastern Ry of Minnesota—
Nor Div 1st g 4s 1948---

.

2.75%

96 X

1st s f 4Kb 1977 ser O—A&O
Coal Rlv Ry 1st 4s gu *45
J&D

fU233H

60

M

Series D 1953

105

F&A

1st cons guar g 4s 1940

10%

.

1st gold 5s

East Tenn Va & Georgia—
Consol 1st g 5s 1956

101

1st cons 5s gold 1943..—_ J&J

10H

Stamped—
fk 20%
Equip trust 4Kb* 'A" 1945 A&O
Chicago Indiana & Southern Ry
Con mtge g 4s 1956 guar. .J&J
91K
Chicago Indianap & Louisville—

East Tenn &

Series B

101K

1st gtd g 5s 1943
J&J
Cleveland Akron & Columbus—

1st

43 K

-J&J
1940—J&D
Western N O—_
Nov 1 1935—M&N

1st gold 5s 1937
Dutchess OoRR4Ks

104 K

110%
112 X

Ref & imp M 5a '63 ser D__ J& J
112K
Ref & Impt 4Kb ser B 1977. J&J
116K
Cairo Div 1st g 4a 1939...J&J
110K
O W & M Div 1st 4s g *91.J&J
110M
St L Div 1st col trg 4s '90 M&N
2.00%
2.00%
Spr & Col Div 4* 1st g '40.M&8
White W V Div 1st 4s '40.J&J
1.00%
.50% Cleveland Lorain & Wheeling—
Gen M 5s 1936
J&D
Cleveland & Mahoning—
Gold 5s 1938
112K
J&J
Cleveland & Pittsburgh—
Ser A 4Kb gen gtd 1942—J&J
109K
Ser B 4Kb gen gtd 1942..A&O
Series B 3 Ks gen gtd 1942. A&O
Ser O 3K» gen gtd 1948—MdfcN
42 %
Ser D 3Ks gen gtd 1950..F&A
Gen & rer4K's 1977 ser A .F&A
106 K
Gen & ref 4Kb 1981 ser B J&J
106
Oleve Short L 4Kb 1961
A&O
111K Cleveland Terminal & Valley—
102 %
1st 4s gold guar 1995
M&N
Cleveland Union Terminals—
108

12

107

Gen g s f 5s Jan 1 1941
J&J
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic—

35

109 %

General 4s gold 1993
J&D
Gen M 5mser jB 1993—
J&D
Ref & imp M 6s '41 ser O..J&J

Chesapeake & Ohio—

107 %

1964—

_

106

Olev Olnc Chic & St Louis—

102

Chattanooga Sta

105 K

Duluth & Iron Range—
1st 5s 1937
A&O
Duluth MwsaDe & Northern—

1

Gen lien gold 4s 1996
Conv gold 4s 1953 sot

95K

„

103 K

1st 5s Mar

ilM

_

J&J

Detroit & Toledo Shore Line—
1st gold guar 4s 1953-.—J&J

38

35%

Clearfield & Mahoning—

1st mtge g 7s 1936

Bid.

Bonds.

Detroit Toledo & Ironton—

Oin N O & Tex Pac Ry—

87

69

M&N

Ask.

gold 6s 1944
J&D
Chicago & Western Indiana—
97
Consol gold guar 4s 1952—J&J
95
105 X
1st & ref 5Ks 1962 A
-M&S
95
104%
95
1st & ref. 5Ks ser O 1962.M&S
19K Choc & Mempti 6s 1949..-.-J&J f 51
Choctaw Oklahoma & Gulf—
25
Consol gold 5s 1952
23
M&N
Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton—
105
General 5s gold 1942—..J&D
57%
103 X
2d mtge gold 4Kb 1937
J&J
OIn Ind St Louis & Chicago—
101
102 K
91
1st 4s Aug 1 1936Q-F
94 V,
2.25% Gin Ind & West 1st 5s 1965.M&N
Cincinnati Lebanon & Northern—
102
100 K
1st cons gtd 4s 1942
M&N
104
Olnc & Mush Val 4s 1948
F&A
102
12 X
10

86 K

,

'f" and income and defaulted bonds.
the month preceding the date of issue.

Chic R I & Pac Ry—

100

46

1st M g 6s Nov 1 1945—P&A /
Oenii gold 5s 1945
M&N f
Bef & gen 5As 1969 ser B.A&O /

Bid.

Bonds

Ask.

-

„

73

RAILROAD BONDS

Sept., 1935]

1 This price includes accrued interest,

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

N Y

N

80

H&Ha rtford.

74

-

RAILROAD BONDS

j

ar# *n<* "interest** except where marked "P* and Income and defaulted bonds.

n«

#

Quotations for all securities
■mi.

Bonds.
Hocking Valley Ry—
1st cons gold 44a 1999—JAJ
Eq tr 6a 1986-1938 (ann)-AAO
Eq tr 6s 1986-1939 (yr)
JAJ
Holidays burg Bedford A Cumd
1st M g 4s 1951 guar m m *»«•-» J&'J
Housatonlc con 6s 1937
MAN
Houston Belt A Term 6s '37-JAJ
'

rkjU

V:

v';!

tils

■

3-yr deb 6s 1937

JAD

llftiIBs
\f&r-

-

83

1034

1064
854
344
834

854
34
00

1034
1014
k

Afto

64

72

M

Jt 1st ref M (IC AO SLA
N O) 5s 1963 ser A
JAD
merles O 4 4s 1963

Gold 64s

614
60

JAD
95

July 1 1936.....JAJ

964

504
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.60
3.50
3.50
3.00
1.75

40-year 44s Aug 1 1966..FAA
Eq tr 44s i986 1939 K—FAA
Eq tr 44* 1985 1940 L
AAO
Eq tr 44s '36 41 M (s-a)-MAN
Eq tr 44s 1936 41 Ser N.AAO
Eqtr 44* 1936 (yr) O—JAJ
tr 6(* 1936
8 ser J
MAN
Equipment trust 54s........
Equipment trust 64s........
Equip 7s 1935
AAO
Cairo Bridge 4s g 1950
JAD
Lltch Dlv 1st g 3s 1951...JAJ
Loutev Dlv 34s g 1963
JAJ
Omaha Dlv 1st 3s g 1951..FAA
9t Louis Dlv 34' g 1951.-JAJ
St Louis Dlv 3s g 1951
JAJ
Sp'fleid Dlv ext 34' 1951 JAJ

51

2.75%
2.75%

2.75%
2.75%
2.75%
2.75%

ift

92

924

66

71

804

824

75

79

99

102
106
109

82

----

74
354
84

Jacksonville Terminal—
Ref A ext 5s series A1967.. JAJ
Ref A ext 6s series B1967.. JAJ
Jamestown Frank A Clearfield—
1st g 4s 1959 guar..
JAD

31
31
7.00

78
84
67

794

1
105
109

1

Los Angeles Un Term 6s '41-MAN
Louisiana A Arkansas—
1st M 5s ser A 1969—..— JAJ

MAN

102

94

108

1934 (1884)—

1004
954

36
Certificates of deposit..
MAS
78
Income 5s Mar 1934
Sept 1 / 50
Assented......
.MAS / 65
Kan City Sou—1st g 3s 1950 AAO
704
Ref A Impt 5s Apr 11960. JAJ
604
Eq tr 54s 1935-38 (year) MAS b
4.00
Kansas City Terminal Ry—
1st g 4s 1960 opt 1930
JAJ
1064
Kansas Oklahoma A Gulf—
1st M 5s 1978——..JAJ
994
Kentucky Cent 4s g 1987....JAJ
1034
Kentucky A Indiana Term RR
1st M 44> 1961 (sterling).JAJ
accr lnt at exch rate 4.8665
91
95
Stmpd accr int at rate 4.8665
Plain 1961
.JAJ
102
Lake Erie A West 1st 5s '37..JAJ
1024
2d gold 5s July 1 1941
JAJ
95
K O Mem A Bir 4s 1934

3&4
35
82

68
71

..

.

99
90
•'

114
103

974

105

Gen con gold 6s 2003- —MAN
Lehigh Valley By of New York
1st 44s gold 1940JAJ
Lehigh VTerm 5s 1941 _—AAO
1 ehlgh ANY 1st 4s 1945—MAS
Lexington A Eastern—
1st guar 5s 1965..
AAO

49

Basis.




814

Ro t>r 4 4« 1035 '87 ' voar^
4 AO b
Nashville Florence A Sheffield—

1st guar g 5s 1937—.....FAA
National Rys of Mexico—
Prior lien g 44s s f 1957--JAJ

994

77

:

784

77

80

79
64 25

81
3.75
3 75
100

61

704
79
50

/

69
56

■

984

904

93

394
44
50

1144

act

654
108

60

cons
cons

884

1054
634
_.—-

Mo Kan A Tex (old company)—
1st gold 4s 1990———JAD
Mo Pacific RR (new company)—
1st A r«f 5s Jan 1965 A—-FAA
Certificates of deposit1st A r*»f 5a 1977 ser F —MAS
Certificates of deposit......
1st A ref 5s 1978 ser G—.MAN
Certificates of deposit—
1st A ref 5s 1980 ser H—AAO
Certificates of deposit..
1st A ref 6s 1981 ser I ——FAA
Certificates of deposit......
Oonv g 5 4s 1949 ser A..MAN
Secured 5
1935 1956...JAD

rued

interest.

.

k Last sale.

t

Gen mtge 4s 1977—
AAO
6% g notes *15 ext to *33--JAD
6% g notes £ *15 ext to *33 JAD
Nat RR of Mex p 1 g 44s '26 JAJ
1st cons gold «s 1951—. -AAO
National Transc Branch Lines Co
1st M • f 44s 1955—.—AAO
Naugatuck 1st 4a 1954..—MAN

N J June 186 4« gu 1986
F&a
New Lon Nor 1st 4s 1940.... JAJ

AAO
A..AAO
1st 5s 1956 series O—
FAA
1st M 44s 1956 series D..FAA
Equip trust 44». - - —-—Newport A Cincinnati Bridge—
1st M g 44s 1945 guar--JAJ
New York Bkiyn A Manh Beach
1st gold 5s 1935
——AAO

99

1024
90

1034
35

7.00

78

1998 ser A—Fa v
Ref A Impt 4 4« 2013 A—AAO
Ref A Impt 5s 2013 O
AAO
New York Central A Hud Rlv*-Ref g 34s July 1 1997—-JAJ
Deb 4s 1942 tax-exempt. _J&»
Ref A ref4 4s ser A 2013.. A AO

MAN

10-yr conv 6s 1944
Cons mtge 4s

81

53 :

75

L 8 coll tr g 34s 1998—-FAA
M O coll tr g 34s 1998—FAA

65

;

45

m
11

14

334

82

244

II

L eq 5s *36-'37 (yr).JAD
L eq 5s
L eq 4 4s *35-'37(yr)M A8
Lines eq 44s Mar 151936
to 1939 (year)
.MAS15 b
NYC Lines eq 44« *36-40
NYC
NYC
NYC
NYC

*36-39jyr).JAD

.....——

—MAN16

NYO RR eq 44s 1936.. .JAJ
NYC RR eq 44* '36-'46-MAN
N Y O A St L 1st g 4s 1937 -AAO

3-yr 6% g notes Oct 1 '35AAO
Ref 54* 1974 ser A......AAO
Ref 44s 1978 ser O—...MAS
Equip tr 44« 1936-'44 (yr) FAA
Equip tr 5s 1936-*38 fyr)..FAA
New York Connecting RR—
^
1st M 44* 1953 series A.. FAA
1st guar os 1953 series B..FAA
New York A Erie RR—
1st 4s ext g 1947-———MAN
3d mtge 44s 1938— MAS
N Y & Greenwood Lake
«

N Y Lack A

82

84

24

25

674
26

/
/

254
244
25
244
25
244

7

25

27

/
/
f
/
/

244

»

25

244
6
84
6.75

3

24
101

103
64
68

67
100

1014

1024

93
69

70
134

12
97

734

100

m

27

284

324
324
32

33

314
6%

1074

1104

100

1114
834
674
734

834
674
734

934
94*

m

67

tv*

85
85

86

3.00
3.15
3.00

2.2II

3.25

2.50%

3.25
2.00

2.50%

3.50
102
61

3%
1024

885

;

2%

ft*
614

3.75
3.75

3%
3%

1064
1064

1074
1074

1094
104
924

26
26

95

,

1973—MAN

1973 ser B. -MAN
New York A Long Branch—
General gold 4s 1941 .....MAS
NY A NE Bos Ter 4s 1939—AAO
N Y New Haven A Hartford—
Deb 6s Jan 15 '48 conv—JAJ15
Deb 4a May 11957—--MAN
Deb 4s July 1 '56 non-conv JAJ
Deb 4s 1956 non-conv
MAN
Deb 4s 1947 non-conv
MAS
Deb 34* March 1947——MAS
Deb 34> 1954 non-conv.. AAO
Deb 34* 1956 conv
.JAJ
15-year secured 6s 1940 -- .AAO
Ist A ref 44* 1967
JAD
Equip tr 44s Sept 15 1935 to

98
106

984

^

1004

37
23 4
30 4

374
244
35

30

31
36
30

28

284
294
524
334

27

33

Mar 15 1945 (*-*)—MAS 15

264

"64

7.50

6.50%

Eqpt tr 44* '36*'46(yr).JAJ
Equipment trust 5s

7.50

Harl Rlv A Pt Ches 4s '64 MAN

914

6.50%
6.50%
924

84

6.75

oInal.

i"

1

J014

1st A ref 4s ser A

664

f

1

34

.—...MAN

1st A ref44*

394
374
374
164

/

24
24

2000—MAN
Western—^

Guar g 5s 1946N V A Bar 1st g 3 4«

35
15*

/

1044

T

_

/

2.00%

M

80
93

39
36

86

3.00

New York Central RR—

„

7.00

89

_

(yearly)

37
58
22 4
81
204

904
964

1st 5s 1954 series B

1st M 54s 1954 series

43

33
26

894
90
884

^

2

70

14
1
4

52

90

1st M 4s 1978 nor A..-...FAA

New Orl Term 1st 4s 1953...JAJ
New Orleans Texas A Mexico—
Non-cum Inc 5s '35 ser A—AAO

55

44

IOI4

50

Vasnville Chattanooga A St L—

50-year 1st 5s 1983—i.—JA
Income deb 5s 2032......JAJ /
New Orl A Nor East 6s 1915..
.J
Extended at 5% 1940—..MAN
Ref A Impt 44s '62 ser A—JAJ

93

40

€0118^^4481966 ser B.MAN

New Mexico Ry A Coal Co—
1st coll tr g 5s Oct 11947AAO
New Orleans Great Northern—

50

40

1978 ser D.JAJ
Adj M 5s Jan 1967 ser A—AAO

107""

88
104
584

JAD */

1034
.

New Eng cons 4s 1945 gu
JAJ
Consol g 5s July 1 1945—JAJ
N Hav A NoHam 4s 1956 guJAD

474

/

Prior lien 44s

39
43

/This price Includes

69

984

Equip trust 5s 1936-'40(yr)M&^ b
Eqtr 44* *36-'44 F (yr)..MAN b

s

1044

68

Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR—
Prior lien 5s 1962 ser A.—JAJ
Prior lien 4s 1962 ser B—JAJ

100^

Con M 6s ann Irred
JAD
Con M 44s ann Irred....JAD
Gen cons gold 4s 2003....MAN
Gen con gold 4 4s 2003—.MAN

2
2

105

gold 4s 1938.
.JAJ
gold 5s 1938.—..JAJ
107
1st cons 5s 1938 gu int
JAJ
2d M gold 4s guar 1949—JAJ
1004
1st ref 6s 1946 series A
JAJ
1074
1st ref 54s 1978 ser B
JAJ
25-year 54s 1949
MAS
Eq tr 4s *35-'38 s-a
JAD15 6
93
Eqtr 44s 1936 (s-a)...MAN 6
994 MStPASS M A OentTermRy—
1st Ch Ter s f 4s '41op'16-MAN
1034 Mississippi Cent g 5s 1949._ ..TAJ
984 Missouri Illinois Bridge and Belt
RR cons 4s 1951—
—JAJ
1004 Mo-Ill RR 6s 1959—
JAJ /

116
104

1024
115
127

106

1st 6s 1963—-FA 4
VLolTln A K*8ex 34a 2UOO-. JAD
Constr'n 5s 1956 ser A...MAN

804

Minneapolis A St Louis—
1st 7s *27 ext at 6% 1932—JAD /
Ist consol gold 581934—MAN
Certificates of deposit.
1st refdg gold 4a 1949—MAS /
Ref A ext 5s Feb *62 ser A-Q-F /
Certificates of deposit
/

Ist

.AAO

Montour RR

110

Mil Sparta A NW 1st 4a 1947MAS
MllAState Line Ist34sl941-JAJ

1st

Gen 6s 1955-.——
Mont Cent 1st g 6s 1937

1034
1014

Minn St P A Sault Ste Marie—

3.00%

7

83
75

112
79

...

-

:

814
724

JAJ
1st guar gold 5s 1937.... —JAJ
Montana, Wyoming A Southern
106
1st mtge g 5s 1939.—— MAS
1014 Montgomery A Erie 1st 5sl956—

1910

Oon ext 44s 1939...........
Cons 6s 1913 ext at 44% to

104

85
10

ac

102

Sinking fund g 7s 1937
MA*
106
Manitowoc Green Bay A Western
1st gtd 34s 1941
...JAJ
Marquette Houghton A Onton—
1st 6s 1935—.——
AAO
894
Id"
Maryland A Pa 1st g 4s *51 -MAS57
Memphis Union Station Co—
354
1st g gu 5s Nov 1 1959.-MAN
114
9
ertdlan Term 4s *55 guar.MAN
75
32
Mexican International—
34
1st con gold 4s 1977
-MA8
6%
Aast (cash ware A coup).... / —.
Michigan Central—
834
97
Ref A impt 4 4s 1979 ser O.JAJ
98
1st 5s Kal AS H 1939
MAN
72
1st mtge M Air L 4s 1940—JAJ
1024
80
90
1st g 4s Jo) A N Ind-1957JAJ10
1st g 3 4« J L A Sag 1951 .MAS
74
103"*
1st gold 34s 1952
-MAN
14 Middletown & Unionville—
1st 5s 1943—
-MAN/ 30
Income 4s 1943—
MAN / 10
Midi RR 4% franc bonds

101

37

60
50
50
14

1%
1064

Equipment trust 5s.
Equipment trust 54s—...... 64.25
Manila KB Son Lines 4s 39.MAN
744

ext at 5% to 1940
AAO
Midland Valley—5s 1943—AAO
Adj M Apr 1 *53 ser A.
Sept
Milwaukee A Northern—
l«t ext 44s 1939

45
25

40
40
40

2.00
106

.

6s

74 ■■■'■?
70
41
88
8

Eq 448 36^41 O (yr)—JAJ15
Eq tr 08 1936**38 (s-a)....MAS
Eq tr 5s 1936-*39 (year)..-JAJ

1074
1064

3.00
3.00

........

Lehigh A Lake Erie 44s'57 MAS
Lehign A New England—

,

Ry Joint Monon coll

1st

....

824
81

70

108

2d mtge 3s 1980..
..MAS
Mob A Mont 44a 1945—MAS

J

Small
Mob A Ohio, gen 4s 1938. ..MAS
Ref A impt 44s 1977
MAS
Secured 5s 1938
.MAS

.

••

1054
100

Atl K A Cin Dlv 4s 1955—MAN
Pad A Mem DiV 1st 4a '46-FAA
8 E A St L Dlv 6s 1971-MA8

N

MAN /

Mob A Birm pr lien 5s 1945—JAJ
Small —„
Gen M g 4s 1945
JAl

Monongahela Ry Co—
1st mtge 4s ser A 1960. .MAN
1054 Monongahela Son 5s 1955..AAO

107
107
106

of

101

1st guar g 4s 1991
MAS
Consol gold 34s 2002...MAS
Monon Coal—See Ohio Ind A Lou

1

73

■

Unified gold 4s 1940
JAJ
1st A ref 54s 2003 ser A.. AAO
1st A ref 5s 2003 ser B
AAO
1st A ref 4 4s 2003 ser O—AAO
6s 1941————
A-0
Eq tr 44" 1935-37 (year)-JAD
Equipment trust 5s....—..
Equip 64« 1936—(year) Mas

814 Midland

1004

Lake Shore A Mich SouthCon g ref 34s 1997
JAD

1

30

105

gold 4s, 1952
.JAJ
LAN Term 1st g 4s *52 gu JAD
Macon Dublin A Savannah—
1st 5s 1947
...JAJ
Macon Terminal 5s 1965...-JAJ
Maine Central¬
ist A ref 44s 1935—
JAD
1st A ref 5s Dec 1935-....JAD
1st A ref 6s Dec 1Q35
JAD

4%

84

.

99

5s 1947—FAA
Mohawk A Malone—

• II 1 •

I

724

Guaranteed gold 4s 1945—MA8
Louisville A Nashville—

50-year gold 5s 1937..

Ask.

84

Vlontgom Dtv

105
103

mm.rn.rn

K&l A Sou Haven—See Mich Cent
Kalamazoo A White Pigeon RR

Kanawha A W Va 5s 1955...JAJ
Kan City Ft Scott A Memphis—
Ref g 4scl936 guar
AAO

1034
1054
1044
2.26%
225%

^

--—MAN

1084
■

106

1st gold 5s 1940—
.JAJ
Kanawha Br A Ter 5s 1948.. AAO
Kana A Mlcb 1st 4s 1990
AAO

„

1054
1034
b
3.00
b
3.00

(Foreign series) I960.....JAD /

81

Joplin Union Depot Co—
1st g 44s 1940guar opt.MAN
Kalamazoo Allegheny A
Grand Rapids gtd 6s '38..JAJ

48

1014

105

Philippine Govt gu....MAN

96

JAJ

-

Con 5s 1937—

Eq 64s 1936 (year).... .FAA

1004

mmmm

1054
1064

Eq tr 44s 1936-42 (yr)—AAO
internat Rys (Central America)—
1st M 5s 1972 opt.......MAN
1st col tr 6% notes 1941-MAN
6% notes 1936
JAD
Ist 1A ref 64s 1947
F&A
Iowa Cent 1st g 5s 1938
JAD
Certificates of deposit
1st A ref g 4s 1951..
BIAS /

Lehigh Valley—
1st 6s ext gold 4s 1948—JAD

,

Bid.

Mo Pac (old)—Gen 48 1976 MAS

3d 7s ext to July 1938 at

4s 1939 ext to 1959

100

Ref A impt 44s 1980 A
JAJ
indlanap A Lou ist 4s 1956—J&J
lnternat-Great North Ry—
1st M g 6a 1952 series A
JAJ
Adj M 6s July 1952 ser A. April
1st M 5s 1966 aeries B
JAJ

1st M gold 6s 1945JAJ
Gen mtge 4s ser A1965
AAO
Lehigh Vaiiey Harbor Term Ry—
1st mtge 5a 1954
...FAA

Equip tr 44s 1941-45 (yr).FAA

Long Island City A Flushing—

....

Indiana Illinois A Iowa—
1st gold 4s 1950
JAJ
Indianapolis Union—
Gen A ref 5s 19A6 aer A...JAJ
Gen A ref 5s 1965 ser B...JAJ

.

„

..

Indiana Harbor Belt RR—
Genl mtge 4s 1957
.....JAJ
Gen mtge 44s 1957
JAJ

1st M 5s 1956 ser O

Long Dock 6s con g 1935...AAO
Long Island—Unified g 4s 49MAS
Refunding g gu 4s 1949—.MAS
Gen mtge gold 4s 1938
JAD
Debenture gold 5s 1937.MAN
Equip tr 5s 1936 39 (yr)—AAO

Bonds

100 4

Little Miami guar 4s 1962--MAN k 104
Little Rock A Hot Spr West Ry—
45
ist gold 4s 1939 guar
JAJ

Southern

102

994
864

Western lines g 4s 1951...FAA
Indiana Bloomlngton A Western—
1st ext 4s 1940
....AAO

Ask.

984

Lousiana A North Western—
1st M gold 5s 1935...
AAO / 26
Louisville Henderson A St Louis—
1st mtge gold 5s 1946—
109
JAJ
Louisville A Jeffer8onville Bridge

72

68
60

Ref mtge 6s 1966..
..MAN
Ref g 4a 1965 opt 1918. .MAN
Pur lines 1st g 34« 1952—JAJ

Litchf A Madis 1st 5s 1959.MAN

_

1014

1st g 3s sterling 1961»*.<..M&8
Coll crust gold as i»o2
A&u
Col tr L NO A T g 4s '53-MAN
't..

105

1024

.....

Ext

2.00

75

AdJTnc up to 6% Feb '57-AAO
let M 4 His 1967 con v..
FAA
Illinois Central—1st g 4s '51-JAJ
1st gold 3 4s 1961
JA.l
Main L ext 1st g 314 s '61

2.00

104

Bid.

Bonds

1164

3 00

Houston & Texas Central¬
ist lien g 6s 1937
JAJ
Hudson & Manhattan—
1st gold 6a 1967 opt..
_FAA

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue.

As*.

MS*

«•

are as near as

*

Negotiability Impalrel by

maturty.

7.50

!.kZ-

Sept., 1935]

RAILROAD

75

BONDS

NOTICE.—-All bond prices arc "ana Interest" except where marked "fw and income and defaulted bonds.
Quotations for all securities are as neap as possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date of Issue.

Bonds

Bid.

New York Ontario A Western—
Ref 1st g 4s June 1992
MAS

Bond®

Ask.

102

106

4s series D 1945........MAN

4934

5034

39

40

Prior lien 434 s 1935
MAS
Extend d at 4 34% to Marl'50 k 10634
NY Phil & Norf—1st g 4s '39 J&J
106
Income 4s Jan 11939
101
MAN
—

Stock trust ctfs 4s 1948
J&D
N Y Prov A Bos 4s 1942
A&O
N Y&Put 1st4sg 1993—.A&O
N Y Susq A Western—
;

99

10134
82%

1st refunding 5s 1937
J&J
3d mtge 434s 1937
..FAA
Gen mtge 5s g 1940
FAA
Term 1st g 5s 1943— ...MAN
W Y Westchester A Bos Ry—

6034

51

„

b

3.25

No By of Gal 5s g gu 1938.. A AO
North Penna ext'd 4s 1936—MAN
Gen g 3 3-lOs 1953——— JAD

10834
10134
98

Northwestern Terminal RR—
„lst M 5s 1977
An .-Apr /

20

107

113
65
55

43

10234
73

8334
973*
92

2.75%

10134
99

let gold 5®

1023*
103
82

91
89
80

107

5s 1946
JAJ
Oregon-Wash BB A Nav—
l»t A ref g gu 4s '61 opt-JAJ

103
Pacific Coast Co—See Mlsc Bonds
Pacific Coast Terminals Ltd—
l"tM s f 634® 1948—.
11
FA A /
Pac Fruit Express—See Sou Pac—
Paci of Mo 1st ex g 4s 1938—FAA
9834
2d ext 5s gold 1938——JAJ
93
Cardelet Br 1st 434s 1938.AAO
101
Paducah A Ml 1st 434* 1955.JAJ
10534

106"

Parij-Orleans extl 534s 1968 MAS

138

6% franc bonds (foreign series)
red to 1956
JAD
Paulista By 1st 7s *42serA MAS15
Pennsylvania Company—
28 year secured 4s 1963-..F&A
Uu tr ctfs g 48 1952
MAN
Gu tr ctfs g 334® 1937
MAS
Gutrctfi g 334® 1941
PAA
Gu tr ctfs g 334s 1942—JAD
Gu tr ctfs g 334s 1944—JAD

99

10134
10534

103

102

102

10534
10234

100

con 5s 1939..AAO
Cons mtge 434s 1939 .—.AAO
Cons mtge 4s 1939
--—AAO
Penu Ohio A Detroit BB—
1st & ref 4 Ws 1977 ser A
AAO
1st A ref 434® series B 1981

101

99

104)4
10634

9954j

109

111

10934

11034

10934
11634
10634

111

113)1

114
105

4s

gold 1948 sterling
stamped dollar....MAN

434® g 1960

1st 6s 1953 series A——FAA
1st M 6s 1953 series B—FAA
Portl (Me) Term gu 4s 1961 .JAJ
Guar 5s 1961
JAJ
-

Portland RR.
See P U bonds.
Port Reading 1st gu 5s 1941—J&J
Portsmouth Great Falls A

F&A

Gen g 434® 1965
-JAD
Gen g 6® Dec 1 1968
JAD
Gen m 434s 1981 ser D.._AAO

10334

Gen mtge 4 34® ser E 1984.-JAJ
15-yr 634® Feb 1 1836—FAA
40-yr 5s 1964
MAN
Deb 434® 1970—AAO

103)4

102)4
10634
9534
2.00

Eq tr 5s 1936 38 (yr).—..MAS
Gen
Eq tr 434s 1935-39 'vr)
.AAO
Eq tr 4s series E 1936-1949. J&J
Peor A East cons 4a 1940—AAO
r 2d cons inc 4s 1990——Apr 1

2.00
2.00

..

65)4

Beading Company—
Jer Cent g 4s '51 op '06—AAO
Gen A rer 434® 1997 ®er A.JAJ
Gen A ref 4H® 1997 ser B—J&J
Eq 434® 1936-'45 <®-a) ..MAN
Equipment trust 5s
........
Philadelphia A Beading BR—
Imp M ext g 4s 1947—AAO
Cons ext gold 4s 1937—MAS
Term 5s g gu May 1 '41.Q-F
Rensselaer A Saratoga—
May 1 1941-MAN
Rich Fredericksb A Potomac—
Cons mtge 434s 1940—AAO
Richmond A Mecklenburg—
lit R 4s Nov 11948—
MAN
Rich A Peters 4)4i 1940
AAO
Richmond Term 1st 5s 1952—J&J
Richmond-Washington Co—
Ooll 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—
JAJ
Rio Gr West 1st 4s 1939
-J&J
1st coll tr 4s 1949 op...—AAO
Rock Island Ark A Louisiana—

■

117

10734

10334
10234
10734
9634

Equipment trust 434s.

P

.......

i eo

Perklomen 1st 6s 18 ext to '38Q-J
108
2d 5s 1918 ext to 1938—Q-J
10234
Phtla A Bait Cent 4s 1951—MAN
103
Phtla Bait A Wash 4s 1943..MAN
10934
Gen 5s 1974 series B—FAA
115
Gen M 434s 1977 ser C
.JAJ
11234
Gen 434® series D 1981..JAD
105
PhilaNewton A N Y 3s 1942
98
Phlla A Beading BB—See "Readi ng Co

k Basis.

109

112

118

1143*

79
79

IF

983*
10534

9934

1063*

10734

94

9634

107

29""

2234
89

87

8834

55
18
50
105

106

9734
1043*
1043*

10434

2d gold 6a 1996

AAO

Certificates of deposit
Jf
St L Peo A N W 5s 1948
—J&JJ
St Louis-San Francisco Ry—
I
Prior lien 4s 1950 series A—JAJ /
Certificates of deposit...
sf
Prior lien 5s 1950 series B—JAJ
Certificates of deposit—...
Cons to 434® 1978 ser A..MAS

Equipment trust 4s.
St

98
106
2 75%

3.25

2.75%

10834

110

103
112

113"
116

109
37
103
106

107
91
1
'

7334
3434

77
31
34

13

6334
413*

11

IF

1434

14 34

1234
10 3*

9)
60
60
60

g

4* 1968

—

J&D

Mortgage 4s Dec 1 1996—J&D

St. Paul East (ir Tr

188
l7°0H
70
70

k Last sale.

»

Nominal.

10434
81

gu—FAA

35
55
58
■

20

South A North Alabama—
Con guar g 5® 1936
...FAA
Oen cons gu g 6s 1963.. A&O
So Pac Coast 1st g 4s 1937..J&J
Southern 111 & Mo Bridge Co—
1st M g 4s 1951
MAN
South Indiana 1st g 4s 1951—FAA
So Pacific Branch L 1st 6s '37AAO
Souther?* » aciflc Co—
Ooll tr 4s (O P) Aug 1 *49 JAD

104

1143*
9834
79
59

107

„

7834

Lines)
MA J
40-year 434® 1968——- -MAS
1st
4)4s
(Oregon
Series A 1977——

8534
72

713*
50-year 434® 1981—.—MAN
72
434® 1969 with war—-—MAN
3.25
Equip 5s 1936-1939 (yr)—MAN
3.25
Equip tr 5s 1935-38 (yr)—JAD
3.25
Eq tr 434® 1936-40 (yr).—JAD
3.25
Eq tr 434® '36-'41 (yr)
JAD
Pacific Fruit Express
■
■ '
3.25
Eq 5s *36-'39 O (yr)
M&8
3.25
Eq 5» *36-*41 D (yr)—,-AAO b
Southern Pacific (Golden Gate
97
Ferries) 1st 534® 1949
AAO
Southern Pacific RR Gal—
10734
1st con g 5s gu 1937—MAN
1st ref g 4s 1955 op 1910
JAJ
97
Stamped (Fed tax) 1955 JAJ
>

#

Southern Railway—
1st consol gold 5s 1994—-JAJ

§2^
38

Develop A gen M g 4s *56-AAO
Develop A gen 6s 1956-—AAO
Develop A gen 6J4t 1956-AAO

4734
49 k

4.75
4.75
4.75

70"
70

80

73*

7934
473*
14

108

Tampa A Gulf Coast—
1st g 5s 1953-

104

—AA(J

7

Tampa North 1st 5s '36 op.J&J
Tennessee Central R»—
lit m 6* 1947 • of A
A&O
Term RR Ann (St Louii)—
lit gold 434® 1939—A&O
lit coniol gold 5i 1944—FAA
Gen ref ■ f g 4i '53 op '10. jaj
Terre Haute A Peor 5i 1942.MAS
Texarkana A Ft Smith—
lit m 5)4» 1950 guar.——FAA
Texai City Term 6i 1941-J&J26
Texas A N O con 5i 1943...-JAJ

55

6534

1103*
114
103
106

-

fexas A Pac lit 5i

87
99
99

2000—-JAD

11334
9134
903*
903*

B...AAO

Ben A ref 5i 1977 ter

Gen A ref 6a 1979 ser O—A AO
Gen A ref 5s 1980 ser D—J&D

Eq tr 5« 1935-1939..
MAN
Eq tr 434« 1936-42 (yr)—. A&O
Eq tr 4*4® 1936-43 (yr)...FAA
Equipment trust 4s.

b
b
b

b

4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

81

Tex t*ao»Mo Pac Term RR—

63
63

lit M g 5t4i 1964
MAB
Toledo Canada Southern A Det—

99

5034

1st 4s 1956.
JAJ
Toledo A Ohio Central—
Western Div 1st 5s 1935.-A&O

100

3.50%
3.50%
3.50%

....

-

10034

101

35"

Ref A imp M 3)*s ser A '60 JAD
To edo Feoria A western RR—

963*

lstm. 6s 1952
—JAJ
Toledo St Louis A Western—

1023*

434s *47 .J&J
3t Paul A Kansas City Short Line
1st guar 434® 1941
FAA / 123*
St Paul Vttnn & Manitoba—
5s ext fr July 1 '33 to July 1 '43.
107
Montana ext 1st 4s 1937.J&D
10334
Pacific Ext 1st 4s £ 1940—JAJ
10234

-JAJ

5% to July 1 1945
3hrev Bdg A Ter 5s '55

Sioux City A Pac 3 34« 1936--FAA
Somerset By 1st A ref 4s '55-JAJ
1st M 4s July 2 1950.—-JAJ
South Bound RR 1st 5« 1941 AAO

.

60

stWD4u1uVh#i61945-J4J
^

69"

82

37

334

.

883*

/ 6234

334

—FAA

B

Certificates of deposit
Shamokln Sunbury A Lewlsb'g
2d 6s gold July 1 1925 ext at

Equipment trust 534s
—
Eq tr 5s 1936-39 (s-a)—M&b
Eqtr 434® Oct' 35-*39 (s-a) A&O
E Tenn reorg lien 5® 1938 MAS
4134
1st Mem Div g 5® 1996
J&J
10734
St Louis Div 1st g 4s 1951-J&J
L A N So joint g 4»-—See LAN
MobUe A O coll tr 4s '38.M&S
95"
Spartanburg Un Ool 4s *95—J&J
4
Spoir Internat 1st g 5s 1955.J&J
Staten Isl Ry 434® 1943
J&D
77*
Stephenville Not A Sou Texas—
42
1st mtge guar g 5® 1940...JAJ
Suffolk &. Oar con 6s 1952—-J&J
14
Sun A Lewis 1st g 4s 1936.—JAJ
Sunbury Hazleton A W-B—
2d mtge Inc 6s 1938 coup .MAN
32"
Susquehanna Bloomsburg A ■
Berwick RR 5s 1952...— AAO
3934

Louis

1st consol

Stamped.
...
.AAO */1334
/ 12
Ctri of dep stamped
23*
Adj mtge 5s Oct 1 1949—FAA
43*
Bef g*>ld 4s 1959 opt...—AAO
4
Certificates of deposit.——.
7
1st A cons 6s 1945 ser A..MAB
Certificates of deposit...—
4
5% secured notes 1931 ...FAA
40
Equip tr 6i (s-a) 1936-37-FAA
40
Eq tr 534® *35-'36 s-a)
A&O
40
Eq tr 5s 1936-1940 (s-a)—J&J
40
Eq tr 434® Janl5'36-40(*-a)J&D
Atlanta-Birmingham Dlv—
1st g 4s May 1 1933.
MAS •/1234

^

3.25

Southwestern—
1st g 4a 1989
MAN
7934
2d g Inc 4s Nov 1989.5834
J&J
1st term A unif 5s 1952.—J&.T
62
Gen A ref 5s ser A 1990—JAJ
50
Eq cr 534a 1936-1939 (s-a) MAS b 4.20
Equipment trust 5s....— b 4.20
b 4.20

109

10934

stmp.

tr 5s 1935-*37(year)...MAS
Eq 4Ms 1936 *41 BB (yr).FAA

%

10434
11034
12034

Certificates of deposit

Eq

i
67

8934
7834
8234
3%

65
20
55

105

/ This price Include® accrued Interact,




10634

St Joseph A Grand Islands—
I
1st gold 4s 1947—
—JAJ
St Lawr A Adirond 5a 1996..JAJ

60

,

64
65

65

67

10734

1st g 534s 1974 series A...FAA

63

6234
6234

89

__

8

Peoria Ry Tor 4s '37 gu op...JAJ
Pere Marquette Ry—
1st g 6s July 1956 Ser A..JAJ
1st g 4s July 1956 ser B..JAJ
1st 434s 1980 ser O
MAS

60

1033*

St Clair Mad & St Louis BeltAlton Bridge 1st g 4s '51--J&JI

„

1H3*

Scab Air Line 1st g 4s 1950.AAO V16
Certificates of deposit.—.— f 13..

1st gu 6» 1935 ser

-MAS. •/1134

Rock island-Frisco Term Ry—
1st m 434s 1957J&J I
Rutl Can 1st g gu 4s 1949
JAJ.
Rutland con 434® 1941
J&J

Peoria A Pekln Union Ry—
„

«t guar 434® 1934

St Louis Iron Mt A Sou—
I
Rlv A Gulf Div 4s 1933..MAM,

2.00

equip 5s 1935-39 (yr) AAO

1st 5s 1931......
.JAJ
Ral A Cape Fear 1st 5s 1943M&S
Ral A Gaston 1st 5s g 1947—JAJ
Raritan River 1st g 5® 1939—JAJ

„

105

11334

Florida By—
...
1st gu 6s 1935 series A.—FAA
Certificates of deposit......

50

St Johns A L Cham 5s 1944.M&S,

10434

KB—

Con M 4s gold 1943—.—MAM
do
4s gold 1948.
-MAN

do

96

100

10234
10234
10234

PaANYCanal

_

100

5634
8434

Sec g 434s 1963——MAN

do

10334

U3

Seab-All
114 3*

Raleigh A Augusta Air Line—

11834

cons guar

45

k 114

Prov A Wore 1st 4a 1947—AAO
RR Securities—See RR Stocks

88
78

3
3

1st gen 4s series A 1948... JAD
1st M 5s 1962 series B
.FAA
1st gen 5s 1974 aeries O
J&D
1st 434® series D1977....JAD
Port Arthur Canal A Dock—

30

10634

1%

12

Plttsb Term RR A Coal—
let g guar sf5s 1942...—JAJ /
Pitts Va A Oaar gu 4s 1943 MAN
Pitts A West Va Ry—
1st m 434® 1^58 ser A..—JAD
1st m 434s 1959 ser B—AAO
1st M 434® I960 ser O
AAO
Pitts Young A Ashtabula—

943*

89

1st m 434s 1950 series O... JAJ
Ore BB A Nay cons 4s 1946-JAD
Ore Short Line 1st 5« 1946—JAJ

Pennsylvania

.AAO

41

103
80

„

1940—

38

1013*

1st M 534s 1944
——PAA
1st M 5s 1945 series B
€ i
i-w—— —le# B
JAD

1.50

,

Oonway BB 434® 1937—JAD
Potomac Val 1st gu 5s g 1941 JAJ
Prov Sec deb 4s 1957 gu
MAN
Prov Ter 1st g 4s gu 1956...MAS

10734

114

1143*
10634

10534

1st > f g 5s 1959.—.
—JAD /
Pitts Shenango A Lake Erie—

29

....

109"
118
117
112
112

Cons 1st g 5s July 1 1943..JAJ

120

110"

Pittsburgh A Shawmut—

114

873*

1st guar g 4s 1943—-—.—JAJ
San Fran A San Joaquin Val—
1st g 5s Oct 11940
AAO
San Fran Term 1st 4s 1950—A&O
Santa Fe Prescott A Phoenix—
_

Eq tr 634* 1935 (vr).— r—AAO b
14
14

1183*

1st A ref 5s 1972—.—
JAJ
San Antonio A Aransas Pas®—

1st g 5s 1942.—
MAB
Scioto Val A N E 1st 4s 1989 MAN

Pitts A Lake Erie

93

Norwich A Worcesterlot mtge 434s 1947.
.MAS
Ogdensburg A Lake Ohamplain—
let guar g 4s 1948JAOhio Connecting 4s 1943.. .MAS
Ohiolnd A Western 6s 1938—-..

111

Pitts Shawmut A Northern—
1st gold 5s 1949—......FAA
Gold 4s Feb i 1952——FAA
6% receivers' ctfs 1927—FAA

„

Gen A ref g 4 34s ser A74. MAS
111
Northera Ohio By 1st guar 5s—
April 11933 A sub coups 1945.. / 4634
Without Apr 11933. Oct 11933
and Apr 11934 coupons..... / 43
8t™Pd as to sale of Apr 1 and
-Oct 11933 A Apr 1 *34cpna.. / 39
Northern Pacific—
Prior Ueng 4s Jan 1997
1023*
Q-J
Gen Men g 3s Jan 2047——Q-F
7234
Ref A imp 434s 2047 ser A.JAJ
83
Ref A Imp 6s 2047 ser B—.JAJ
963*
; ; Ref A Imp 5s 2047 ser O...JAJ
90)*
Bef A Imp 5s 2047 ser D.. .JAJ
90

111

den M 6s 1970 »er A....JAD
Gen M 5s 1975 ser B.—.AAO
Oen M 434® 1977 »er C
JAJ

152

MX

10834
10434
10934
10934

434s series 1 1963.......-FAA
4343 series J 1964...—..MAN

263*

Depot—

-

11034

4s series F 1953-——JAD

99

■

115

4s series G 1957...
MAN
4s series H 1960...—....FAA

5134

27

; 243*

Bid.

Bond®
St Paul Union

334® series E 1949.......FAA
84

50
40

26
434s 1946 guar
J&J
Nerd By • f 634® 195014934
AAO
Nerfo k A Oar 5s 1939105
AAO
Norfolk Southern—
1st A ref g 5s '61 opt *15—FAA */1234
v
Certificates of deposit.
Norf A South 1st 6s 1941.MAN •/ 44
1st gen g 5s 1954 opt..—JAJ t 18
Norfolk Terlst gu 4s 1961—MAN
10534
Norfolk A Western By—
11234
-,1st consol 4s 1996...—AAO
w Pocahontas 4s '41.JAD 10734
Northern Central—
Gen A ref 5s 1974 ser A—.MAS
117

1st

Ask.

_

W«nM g 4s 1955 red
J&D
N Y Pennsylvania A Ohio—

Rgtr 434s11936*40 (yr)MAS16

Bid.

PhQipplne Railway—
■
1st p 4® 1937 s r opt gu.—JAJ
Pitts Bessemer A Lake Erie-—.. .
dons gold 5s 1947...—...JAJ
Pitts Cin Chic A St LouisCon g tra 4 V4s ser A 1940.AAO
434® series B 1942....—AAO
434® series O 1942.-.....MAN

10234

1st gold 4s Apr 1 1950

AAO

Tol Term 1st 4 34® '57 gu
MAN
Tol Walhouding Valley A Ohio—
1st g gu 4s 1942 ser O
MA8
-

1334

10734
104

Toronto Hamilton A Buffalo—
1st gold 4s June 1 1946...JAD
Consol

* Negotiability impaired

m

434s 1966 ser A..FAA

by maturity.

9134
1063*
105

19034
84

76

RAILROAD BONDS
NOTICE.—AH bond pricji 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 and Stocks.
U ilon Pacific—
1st ry & land gr 4o g 1947--J&J
1st & ref 4s June 2008
M&S

Ask.

Stocks.

Ill

11034
105 34
106
102 %

1st & ref 5s June 2 2008--M&S
40-year 434s 1967
J&J
40-year 4s 1968
..J&D
Bq tr 4 Us *36-'38 (yr)
M&N
Eq 434s Sept 15'36 '39.M&S16
Eq tr 5s 1936-'87 (yr)
M&8
Union BR 6s
1946

10634
11534
10634
102 H

114

2 00

1%
1%
1%

2.00
2.00
125

Onion Terminal Oo (Dallas)—
1st g 6s 1942 opt 1922
k&O
United N J RR & Oanal Oo—
General gold 4s 1944
Gen 1st g 3Hs Mar 1

107 34

1U34

July 1914
July 1914

coupon
coupon

J&J 1934
off
.-J&J

war & aoipt rcpt No .6 on
Vermont Vail 1st 431* 1940-.A&O

Gen 5s May 11941

.

-

50
3

g*n

100
92

-

102

Camden & Burl Oo

105
2%

9434
75 H

64"
23
21

93

::

93

93

90

2l"~

22
22

803-4
9334

56H

59 34

87

8934

102

7834

79 34
76 34

73

...J&J

West Virginia & Pittsburgh—
lstgsf 4s 1990
A&O
West Fruit Exp—See Gt Nor—
Western Maryland 4s1952..A&O

89 H

9034

9534
95)4
104
A..J&J
10334
6 4.25 3.50%
6 4.25 3.50%
105 34
106 34

* & Feum* 5s 1937.-J&J

Gen mtge gold 4s 1943
A&O
Western Pacific RR Oorp—

106
108

1st M 5s 1946 series A....M&S 1
Assented 5s 1946
J

29
3034
7.50

32
31

6.50

5 7.5C
7.50

6.50

100

4J4s 1945—

Wheeling & Lake Erie RR—
106
1st consol gold 4s 1949-.-M&S
Ref M 4 Hs series A 1966.M&S t 10234
Ref gold 5s series B 1966.M&S **10234
108
Wheeling Term 4s 1940
F&A
White & Black River Valley—
1st 5s 1980
J&J /
734
Wichita Union Terminal Ry—
1st ggu 4 Ha 1941 opt
M&N
104
WUkes-Barre & Eastern
1st guar g 5s 1942
J&D
Willamette Val Southern Ry—
0s 1939
F&A/
Willmar & Sioux Falls—

s

-

4% 1st non-cum preferred—100
4% 2d non-cum preferred.. 100

l*
234

30
53

1034
92

,

.53

55

38
56

Norfolk

46

Norfolk &

65

75

1

2

234

3'8

234
134
334

34
134

"234

;

13-4
.

234
634
134
3

Alabama & Vlcksburg

25

..

Salt

(t)
100

Lake

100
100

5% non-cum pref
Duluth South Shore & Atl

205
109

67

71

11034

50
50
Preferred (guar Nor Cent). 50
Erie—Common
.....100

86

88

50

52

50

52

16

20H

1134
934

14 34

111

.

4?*
97
199

/
f
/
/

6

8

24 H

26

Hudson & Manhattan

.

—-..lOo

35
59

77 34

187""

182
1

5% preferred
—100
Joliet & Chic iguar O & A)...100

534
534

6

K O St L & Ohic—Pref

5

6

Kansas City Southern

14

1534

Kal

Allegan & Gr Rap (gu)—luo
(gu)—100
10'
4% non-cum preferred——100
100

n
70
10 34
15

934

73

12

2034
23




134

75

1134
1534
734

1234
2034
45
8

7
22

24

"334
18

"4
1034
1434

52

IV

3

3H

*2^
12

34

1334

13334

153

78
105

110

534
76
9

103

81

iSM
78

25

50
60
Lit Schuyl Nav RR & Ooal(gu) 50
Louis & Mo Riv pref (guar)—100

1,050

1

15""

5

*2Yi
1H
134
134

5434

3*

#

:;,2

334
33

39

61

63 s;
2134

17

34

120*
SH

,23*

lllH
122H
96

734
1434
434
134

18734
105
145

9834
106 H
1634
53

45

99

60~"
65
67
65
75

27 H

234
105
2

-1534
21H
29

149
260
40

37
74

;

116
163
179

69H
13

158
88

934

107'

49

51

48

50

105

115

734
35H

38,,

3434

100

Potom-—Com—.100
obligations—.—100

—100

St Louis Southwestern—-

5% non-cum preferred
Saratoga 8c scnenectady (gu)
Seaboard Air Line common
4-2% non-cum

100
100
1

preferred—100

Sharon.

—

50

100
10ft

Southern Pacific Oo
Southern Ry common

5% non-cum preferred
Mob & Ohio stk tr ctfs.

100

.100
(guar)—100
Tennessee Central-----it)
Texas & Pacific.
100
Troy & Gr'bush (gu N Y O).. 50
Tunnel RR of St Louis.—---100
Union Pacific—Common
100
.

Southwestern of Ga

100

4% non-cum preferred
United N J RR 6c Oanal

(gu>.100

Val (gu)-100
Binghamton.100
Valley RR (N Y) (guar)
100
Vermont & Mass (guar)-100

Utica Chen & Susq
Utica Clinton &

Vicksb Shrevep &

p»c com—100

5% non-cum preferred
100
Virginian Railway com
—100
Wabash Railway.
.——---100

100

5% non-cum pref A

85

70
4

145

7134
n
14

"s
50
1834
934
1234
22

65
4

2134
55
145
100

88
254
87
23
95
125
54
57 34

7134
234

5% non-cum conv pref B—100
Warren N J iguar D L & W >
60

47

& Seashore (guar) 50

66
8

West Jersey

Ry com. _10'»
1st, preferred
100
4% non-cum 2d pref
100
Western Pacific RR Corp
100
6% non-cum preferred
—100
Wheeling 8c Lake Erie Ry..—100
6% non-cum preferred
100
Western Maryland

price Includes accrued interest.
k Last sale.
n Nominal.
x Ex-dividend.
t No par value.
* Negotiability impaired by maturity,
t Called Sept. 1 at 10234.
** Called at 103.

dollars per II00 face amount

.100

2nd

78
55

50

50
.

pref

4% non-cum 2d pref—

76

56

534

50

Spec guar betterment stk

50
50
50

preferred
—399
St Loufc-San Francisco Ry.--100
6% non-cum preferred——100

3

Preferred

Little Miami original guar...

1952. -1000

Rensselaer & Saratoga (guar)
Dividend

334

8 34

134
634

$4 % 111 Cent stk ctf
Reading Company
4% non-cum 1st

5

3

5l"

1434

Internat Rys (Cent Am) com. (tl
Com vot trust ctfr—.
(+>

7% conv pref (guar Pa RR).100
Pittsburgh 6c Lake Erie—. - 60
Plttsb & West Virginia
...100
Pittsb Youngs town & Ashtabula—
7% non-cum preferred—-.100
Prov & Worcester (guar)
100

6% guaranteed
100
7% guaranteed——
100
Koch & Genesee Val RR.——100
Rome & Clint (go D & H) —100
Rutland 7% preferred
100
St Louis Bridge 1st pref
100

100

.....

Non-cumul 6% pref set A.. 100
Leased lines (guar)
100
Stk tr ctfs—See RR Securs Oo

„

Rich Fred &

160

17

.

3534

Georgia RR & Bank Co (gu)—100
Great Northern Ry—
Iron Oro prop trust ctfls
(f)
6% non-cum preferred
100
Green Bay & Western
100
Gulf Mobile & North com
100
6% preferred
...
100
Hartford & Conn Western—-100

11*

Northern—.....100

Pittsburgh Bess & Lake Erie— 60
Preferred
—50
Pitts Oin Ohic & St Louis
100
Pitts Ft W & Ohic com (gu) .100

IV

74

10*

Pennsylvania RR

Pennroad Oorp v t c_.
—
Peoria & Bureau Val (guar)-.100
Peoria & Eastern
100
Pere Marquette Ry com
100

1534
4334

73
78
165

934

50
60
1

River

Paterson & Hudson

35 34

Lehigh Valley

/This

44
101

206

69

106

2334
900

Railroad Securities Oo—
8

69

Lackawanna RR of N J—

b Basis.

4

47"

4% non-cum 1st preferred.. 100
4% non-cum 2d preferred.. 100

104

Oswego & Syrac (gu D L & W) 60
Passaic & Del Ext— ........100

Piedmont &

87

334

100
—.100

Southern..——
Western Ry.

Adjust 4% non-cum pref—100
No Carolina (guar 80 RR). .100
Northern Cent (guar Pa RR)- 60
North'n N H (guar B & M)—100
Northern Pacific Ry——.—-100
North RR of N J (guar Erie) .100
Northern Securities Co stubs——
North Pennsylv (gu P & R)—,50
Norwich & Worcester pref....100

5% preferred .-.——---100
5% prior preferre—....i00
Phila Germ & Norris (guar).. 50
Phil a & Trenton (gu Fa RR) 100

Erie & Kalamazoo (guar;.... 50
Erie & Pitts (guar Pa RR) — 50
Ft Wayne & Jack pref (guar). 100

56

5H % pref (without warr).. 100
5H% pref (with $40 warr)..100
2H% prior conv pref......(f)

234
734
134
334
334

107

100

6% non-cum preferred—..100
East Penna iguar P&R;
Eimlra & W'msDort (guar)...

33

100

gu

134
234

17

60

Albany & Sucquehanna (.guar) 100
Alleghany Oorp
(t
6 H % pref (with $30 warr). 10l

•

2H
190

43

.....

50

com

4534

2

inn

Dayton 6c Mich com (guar)— 50
Preferred (guar O H & D)_. 50
Delaware & Bound Br (guar) .100
Delaware & Hudson Oo
100
Delaware Lack & Western— 50

100

V Ontario & Western

55

34

6

ppAfAFFAH

—100

preferred

7% conv
N

4434
4534

>

—.loo

Denver &

Par

PjMfafrdJ

94
55

5% non-cum preferred—100

41a Great Southern

10% non-cum preferred.——50
West (guar).. —100
N Y New Haven & Hartf
100

N Y Lack &

53

.100

Preferred

Cripple Creek Central

Denv & Rio Gr West 0% pref 100

4134

IV

88

42

540

52
5

—

Northern—-—100
100
"5" New Orl Texas & Mexico
New York Central RR
-<t)
150
N Y Ohic & St Louis com
100
33
6% preferred series A——100
56
N Y & Harlem com <«u) ...
50

140

106

Oonsol RRs of Cuba 6% pref. 100

Illinois Central

RAILROAD STOCKS.

Stamped
Unstamped

New London

Connecticut & Passumpsic—

Detroit Hills & S W (guar)
Detroit & Mackinac Ry

3934

8

103

108

1034

10

50

Columbus & Xema (.guar >

10334

4

f g 5s 1936—J&J

.

Delaware

93

F&A
See Can North

Certificates of deposit.

4% non-cum preferred
100
Montgomery & Erie
—-10
Mobile & Ohio—See Southern Ry
Morris & Essex (guar)—
50
Nashv Ohatt & St Louis
100
Nashv & Decatur (gu L & N)—

National Itys of Mexico—
1st 4% non-cum pref———100
2d 5% non-cum preferred—100

8

105

J&D

Winston-Salem Southbound—
1st gold guar 4s 1960
J&J

Vtsemite Val

5% non-cum preferred
.100
Chicago A Norm vvestern-.-lOO
7% non-cum preferred.
100
Ohic R 1 & Paciiic common—100
7% preferred
100
6% preferred.-.100
Cine New Orl & Texas Pacific. 100
Preferred..
100
Cincinnati Sandusky & Cleveland
6% non-cum preferred
50
Oin Union Term 6% pref
100
Clearfield & Mahoning (guar)—50
Oleve Cine Chicago & St. L
100
5% non-cum preferred
100
Oleve & Pitts iguar Pa RR>7 % 5o
guar 4%
50
iietterui't stk (guar Pa RH) 00
Colorado & Southern
..100

Cuba RR 6% non-cum pref..100

,—juiymoiit uruou os«p
o
"
—
Ts,n h

„

...—(t)

Common..

10234

Wis Cent Ry—1st M « 4s *49 J&J
Certificates of deposit..
1st & ref 4s 1959
A&O
Sup & Dul Div 4s 1936—M&N

100
—.25
Oaro Olinchfleld & O com 4%-100
Oommon stamped 5%
100
Oatawissa RR—1st pref (guar) .60
2d pref (guar P&R)
50
Oayuga& Susq (gu DLftW). 30
Central of New Jersey
100
Chesapeake Oorp
(t)
Chesapeake & Ohio common—25
Chicago Burl & Quincy
100
Ohic & East Illinois common. 100

20

Oonsol gold 4s 1936
J&J
Oons 3Hs g series B 1936—J&J
West Shore 1st 4s 2361
J&J

Winnipeg Term.

2434

510

100

8

4% non-cum preferred..... 100
Ohic Milw St P & Pacific—

72"

106
107

1st guar g 5s 1938
Wilmington & Newborn—
1st gold 4s 1947

10

734

.

—

2134

Wash Term Oo—3Hs 1945—F&A
1st gold 4s 1945 guar
F&A
Washington 8c V and em ere—
1st 4 Hs 1947
F&A
West Jersey & Sea Shore—

Western Pocohontas

8
8

2334

6% preferred
100
Chicago Great West com
100
4% preferred—
.....100
Chic Ind & I ouisv common—100

20

gen 5s 1980 ser D—A&O
Certificates of deposit.
Warren 1st refg 3 H» 2000— F&A
Wash Cent 4s Mar 1948
aMar
W ashington Oo Ry 1st g guar
3Hs Jan 1954 op 1924—. J&J

Equipment trust 5s.....
Eq tr 534s 1935-38 (yr)...J&D

8

7
7 ?:
7

Ask.

4134

A......100

5% conv preferred-—..—.100
Mobile & Birmingham—

8

-;V7

(guar)...—25

Canadian Pacific

2034
19 H

Bef &

JN

7% preferred series

6

Canada Southern

2%

20

Certificates of deposit...
«en 4 Hs 1978 ser O-A&O
Certificates of deposit..

534s 1977 ser
Equipment trust 4 Ha
Equipment trust 5s

7% Prior pref..
Stamped—
1st pref 5' ro class A
100
1st pref 8' b class B
100
1st pref 7' b class O
100
1st pref 1C % class D._
100
1st pref 4 34 % class E
100
Preferred stamped
Bost & Prov (guar Old Ool)—100

7% non-cum preferred—.-100
4%i eased line ctfs.—-—-100
100
Mississippi Central—...
Mo-Kan-Tex RR rom
—t
Missouri Pacific com

117

11634

100
100
—100

57

5s 1976 ser B..F&A

1st & ret

3634

85M

-

_,

9934

'41.A&O

Registered

3334

50

__

69

—

Ref &

West

46

115

Beech Creek (guar N Y C)

10U
Midland Valley com
50
Preferred
50
Minehill & Schuyl Hav (gu)— 60
Minneapolis & St Louis
100
Minneapolis St P 8r 8 S M—. 100

.

...

Omaha Div 1st 3H» g
Wabash Ry—
Ref &

44

112

Bid.

100

100

Massawippi Valley
Michigan Central—

——

1534
2034

60

lstpref 10% classD

5334

'

M&N

-

46

100

com

1st pref 4 34% class E

gen

.

-3 34

103

101H

101
5s 1936 ..M&N
Va & Southwest 5s 2003..
J&J
1st cons g 5s 1968
6734
..A&O
Virginian Railway—
1UH
1st M gold 5s 1962 opt
M&N
104 34
1st in 4Hs 1962 ser B—M&N
3.00
Eq tr 4
1936-1940(yr)..J&J
>
3.00
Bq tr 5s 1936-1938 (yr).. .M&N
92
Wabash RR—1st g 5s 1939-M&N
65
2d gold 5s 1939
F&A
Deb mtge 6s series B 1939-J&J f
-rr
60 H
1st lien term gold 4s 1954-J&J
Ref & gen 5Hs 1975 A...M&S
2134
Certificates of deposit......
87
Equipment trust 5 H»
87
Equiptment trust 6s
87
Bq tr 4H» 1936-42 (yr)._-A&O
Det & Ohic ext 1st g 5s '41-J&J
100H
Des M Div 1st g 4s 1939-J&J
65
Toledo & Ohic & g 1941—M&S k

Virginia Mid

pref.........100

2

3

2534

1534
1934

....

Preferred

37
31

40

Boston & Maine com.......-100
Unstamped—
1st pref 5% class A
....100
lstpref 8% classB—.lOO
1st pref 7% class O..
100

2,_
•/» 234

Vlcksburg Bdge & Term Co—
1st Ms f 6s 1958
M&S
Debenture • f 7s 1948
M&S
Vlcksburg Shreveport & Pacific—
Prlien 6s '16 ext 6% *40—M&N
„

4% non-cum

81

2834
2434

Bellefonte Central
50
Boston & Alb (guar NY O)— 100

1st guaranteed 4H«—

Cash

149

.1(H)

106

Vera Orus & Pacific RR—

_

79
144
32

50
50
...100

Mahoning Coal RR
Pref (guar L S & M S)
Maine Central

50

American shares partlc pref.

106

F&A
M&N

90

100

Louisville & Nashville

Belgian Nat Rys Oo

Vandalia RR—

Ceng 4s 1955 series A
Series B 1967

49

87

West Point
100
ktlantic Coast L Oo of Oonn—50
itlantlc Ooast L RR com
100

Bangor Aroostook
7% preferred

11034
103 H

M&S
'61-M&S

4834

Par.

8tocks.

96

Augusta & Savannah 'guar)..100

119

Ask.

93

itlanta &

Bait & Cumberland 7% gu
Baltimore & Ohio com.

106

4Hs 1979

Bid.

Par.

Allegheny & West (0% guar).100
Atcninson Topeka & Santa FelOO
5% non-cum pref
.....100
Atlanta Birrn 6c ooast pref...100
ktlan & Char Air L (guar)..
100

58

10

234
434
20

40

X Quotations represent
\;

C'

NOTICE,—All bond prices are "and

interest" except where marked "f" and income and defaulted bonds.

the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for

Stocks and Bonds.

Per

Administered Fund

com w

IK

agj

...

Common ................it)
5s 1953
F&A
Amer Business Shares
Amer. Capital Oorp A .......10c k
Class B
10c k
$3 preferred
(t)
g

.

.

_

35.50 prior pref.

.

Coll tr s f 5s 1958

1

"5H
8H

55" "

f Preferred

55""

53""

12H
3

.1.1.1.!

33"

(+)

33H

;,5H

Associated Stand. Oil Shs
Atlantic 9c Pac Int com w w__(t)
Preferred w w
50

S3 preferred A
—(f)
Warrants.
Bancamerlca-Blalr Corp
"III
Bancshares, Ltd—
Participating shares
50c
Bankers Nat Investing 00m A (f)
Common
.....

Bankers Sec Oorp of Am
_

—(t)

7 % preferred

10

IF
18

Fy7

50c
13 K

75c
14 K

4

4H

3H

5

13

13 \
3.40

Cent Nat Oorp class A.........
Class B

40c

44 %

100
25

38

Continental Secur Corp com.-(f)
5% preferred—..
100
Debenture 6s May 1
....1942
Without warrants
...

Corporate Trust shares old series.

Accumulative series—II—II—
AA

(modified)

AGO (modified)
Oram 6c Forster Inc com..—. 10
8% preferred
100
Oram & Forster Insursh B....10

7% cum preferred.—.....100
Cumulative TrustShare*
(f)
Deposited Insur Shs ser A
Deposited Bank Shs N Y ser A—
_

3

conv

Equity Oorp

common .......10c
33 conv preferred
Equity Shares
Equity Trust Shares
Federated Capital Oorp com ..(t)
6% preferred.
25
Fidelity Fund, Inc
(t)
...

....(f)

Series B

Fourth Nat'l Investors

w w...

1

Fundamental Investors Inc
Fundamental Trust Shares Inc—
Class A

/ Flat price,

.(t)

k Last sale,




n

1H
1H
50c

Standard Amer. Trust shares—..

Investment Trust or N Y coll A—
Investors Equity—
Deoenture 5s series A 1947
ser B 1948 with warr..
Without warrants

2

(f)

4.60
2.65

9.23
7.73
31K

2.25b

71

78
%

47.48

34
2.45
5.38

MAN

3.76
1.46

1.34

———..5

(t)

92

82

preferred

2.69
...

2.66

2.69

........

(f)

Debenture 4H® Feb 1 1947.
Debenture 4Hs Dec 15 1952
Old Colony Trust Assoc
—

Ck>———.ft)
M&N
A&O

45

51

4

3.69
2.45
6.52
6.53

——————

J&J

deb 1953—

Class D.

—

Trustee Standard Oil shares A—
Series B
—

—.—..

5s ser A 1948.....———J&D
United Founders common
.1
United Gold Equities
Standard shares

9!*
1H

6M
3

3H

81

81

UK
4

:■>

Deb 5s Nov 1 1947
Deb 5s April 1 1948
Pacific Investing Oorp—

85
85

88

Deb 5s 1948 without warr
J&J
Pacific Southern Invest pref—(f)
Class A
__(f

96 K
39
6

97 H
42
8

....(f)

%

;

.

88

T.18
1.34

1.62

2.36

2^75

6.03

5.06
'3 H

24

100 H

K

1

2.03

"§H

$3 preferred..—
.....
(t)
Deb g 5s 1948
M&N
U S Elec Light & Pow tr ctf A

88

15H
2.23

....

85c

Xe
10H

$6 1st preferred
U S & Internet Sec
—ft)
1st pref with warrants
_(t)
Utility Equities Corp com.—(t)
$5.50 priority stock

85

Hi

1H

* Negotiability impaired by maturity,

12*

U S Elec Pow Oorp com w war .1
U S & Foreign Securities com.

Utility & Industrial Corp
Convertible preferred
Wellington Fund

t No par value.

5

92 Jy
1

Tol

(Can)—

Voting trust ctfs—.

1.52
24 J

1.46
2.41

—.—..

_

1.39
24

1.21

Trusteed Amer Bank Shares B

Trust ctfs ser B

IX

IOH
3H

Ax

United Insurance Tr Stocks F
United N Y Bank Shares O 3..—
U ft & British Interoat class A.(|)

92 H
2.10

1958
Northern

Ex-dividend.

—.—

Union Amer Invest Corp—
Common
........—(t)

92 H

71c
73.15
IK
K

3.49
2.43

—

Trust Fund Shares

7

1953

Class B

x

7

North American Bond Trust Ctfs.
North American Trust shares—

Jverseas Securities

conv

93
5

45

Supervised Shares
Third National Investors..—...1
Tri-Contlnental Corp..—..—(t)
6% cum pref
(t)
5s

IH
24 H
95

(f)

....—...—.....

Trusteed Industry Shares
Trustee N Y Bank shares

H
3H

Preferred
Old Colony Invest TrustCommon

2H

Class AA....

Warrants

3.66

Securities...
.100
Oils 6c Industries com..........

4.57

Nominal,

39 H

6H

87

3

t1.20 preferred
Class BB

4.79
1.71

40

—

$3 convertible preferred
Super Corp of Amer class A
Class B

u

16.79
2.90

111

.

Trustee Stand Invest ser O

Niagara Share Oorp (Md)
Conv deb 5H« 1950
cum

irt

1st pf

conv

Class D

...—100

Voting trust ctfs.............

$6
3.75

I

cum

Sun Investing Oorp com—

Class C

1

New Jersey Bankers Securities
N Y Bank Trust Shares

1

44.08
4.14

1.01

36

ft)
1

39

2

103 %
102 H
102 H

1.48

Nationwide Sec Co

35 H

H

K

101H
102

1.29

National Trust ShareaRemodifled

AH
2

3

5H

17.90
23.14

Preferred

Common B

fclOO

Warrants.......

l65l

35

'

21.29

Investors

9 common A.ft)
Sterling Securities common <a._i tj

31

99

Major Shares Corp..—..—(f)
Maryland Fund Inc

$5.50 preferred

I07ei

85 H

28

20 H

5

Standard Utilities Inc
State St Investment Corp..—

28

-

F&A 15

Deb 5Hs 1939
Stand Oil Trust Shares A
I
Class B

54

National Securities Investment. I

30

4.51
4.14
2.38

1H

ii

83 H

95

Ex-warrants.
%

25

4H
2H
16.65

—

$5.50 preferred
(t)
Deb 5s Mar 1 1937 with warr..

85

92c

National

32H

$

38

102 H

Deb 5s

Corporations Inc.....1

Standard Industrials Inc—
Standard Investing Oorp com.(t)

39

IF

.........10

...

Standard

6

Inc —1

87

113„

;J

A

85

4.84

Class B

IF H

Mutual Investment Trust—
Nat Bond 6c Share Corp..

....

Five Year Fixed Trust shares...
Fixed Trust Shares series A ...(t)

F&A
war..J&J

6

5

►

2.53

26

8H
3.45

pref with warr—...ft)

2.48

_(t)
...-(f)
6H% preferred.......
100
6% preferred
100
Debenture 5s 1947...—
J&D
Interstate Equity common
1
S3 convertible pref "A"—..(f)

B common

_D shares

m

4Mb Mar 1 1942

Indus 9c Power Securities Co

4

28

6

83

4K

23

2.22
2.20
2.20
3.60
3.60

IK

Selected Management Trustee sh.
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust—

32c

vV

73 H
73

19.50

1

38
2.78
1.33

ft)

3H

without warrants

85

ft)

—

Allotment certificates

"53"

Massachusetts investors Trust..1

10H

$5.50 prior stock

18.42

Incorporated Investors.—....
Independence Trust Shares

Insuranshares (Md) ctfs

70
70

7.61
3.96

M&S
5s March 1 1952
M&S
Shenandoah Corp common
1
$3 convertible preferred—...25
Southern Oorp com
--(t)
Spanish & Gen Corp Ltd—
Am dep rets ord reg
.£1
Amor dep ret# ord
bearer £1
Spencer Trask Fund Inc
(t)

Investors Fund of America
Low-Priced Shares....

4

9H

Dividend Shares
Eastern Utilities Investing Corp—
Deb 5s 1954
M&815
Elec Shareholdings Corp com.. I
36

1956

4*

7 % preferred
(t)
k
5s series A with warrants 1947—

39

....

Selected Income Shares

1H

Common

27^1

(t)

Selected Industries com

1 6*

3.75

xtl*

...

21"

19

n 4*

22c

Int Sec Corp of Am com
Class B common

,94H

ft)

preferred

5Hs series 2 Oct 1937
5» series 3 Dec 1937..
6s series 4 Nov 1942.———

Selective Cumulative Shares

52

"60c

Diversified Trustee Shares
B shares
O shares

Selected American Shares Inc

15

2H

Commercial National Corp...
Commonwealth Securities pf—100

1.49

Guardian Invest Trust—...—(f)

Insuransharea Co. of Delaware

2H
H
58 H

Securities Cora General com— (t)

5s series A 1947
—.—J&D
Investment Co of Am—

2 H

25.48

...

1.35

$6 preferred
Selected American shares

conv

Securities Co of New Jersey—

Investment Bond 9c Share—

12

.......

Century Shares-Trust
"(I
Chicago Corporation
H
Convertible preferred——n

•i: "88c

•-: 1.22

15H

Bullock Fund Ltd. ^
(1)
Canadian Investmeiltj Fund Ltd..
Capital Administration cl A
1
v*. Class B
(f)
33 cum pref ser A....
...Id
5s series A 1953
J&D
■

"79 c

$5

Shares- --ii

1

..

1

Common

.........

Deb g 5a Jan 1949

12K
54 M
4K

3.54

...

1.25

1.10

1.35

Deb g 6s 1940 B with

.(t>
1

Banc Industry Shares...
British Type Investors d A

L29

1.00

See Wellington Fund
Insull Utility Invest—

6

Atlantic Secur 4Ha A 1953.A&0 '
Atlas Oorp common.........(f)

1.22

Huron Holding Corp—

....

60
—..F&A

6% preferred
Debenture 5s 1948—

1.13

Guardian investors com

2.45

72

Second Nat Inv Oorp—

Tobacco Shares
Shares

1

9.50

40c

i!l7

—

99
35

stock

1.10

Railroad Equipment
Steel Shares

59

J-37

101

Royalties Management A

----

vT)
Hydro Elec Sec com—.......(t)

—

(t
1948-A&0

Second Int Sec Oorp A com..(t)
Class B common
...—(t)

Railroad Shares..............

Utilities

37

9

33 preferred
......( )
Amerex Holding Corp..
i )

Amer Lnsuranatocks Oorp
(f)
Amer Investors Inc common....!

Common

L47
1.40

■S 1.27

Investing Co Shares—
Merchandising Shares
Mining Shares

38
1.15

Gen Sec com class A_(t)
Common class B
...( •)

1.50
1.17

Industrial Machinery Shares..

7H

7

71

YM

.......

Food Shares

"H

amer 9c

Investment

Automobile Shares

13

36H

:% 20

1.36
1.07

82

hloi

32 K

"

Chemical Shares...—.—

8

96

Quarterly Income Shares
Railway & Lt Sec 5s
4Hs May 1 1953
Reliance InternatOorp comA(10c)
Preferred
(t)
Represents ti ve Trust Shares
Republic Investors Fund
Reynolds Invest 5s 1948........

2

69 H

A&O

Distillery 6c Brewery Shares—
Electrical Equipment Shares-

98

....

Warrants

17

90c

(t'

$6 preferred
Pub Util Investing 5s

5.39

Great Brit & Canada Invest¬

Building Shares

"3"
F

Amer Founders Oorp common.. 1
6% preferred ser D
50
7% preferred ser B
...60
Amer General Equities Ins

Associates

German Credit 6c Invest.
Pref. allot, ctf. 25% 1st pref (f)

Petroleum Shares.—

J&j

ser A

ft)

1%
30M

Aviation Shares.—...—......

1.10

78

.A&O

4.90

22""

(t)

Deb 5s 1943

K

.

33
98

22
S32

1

ment Corp 4Hs 1959
Group Securities, Inc—
Agricultural Shares

H

.....

a

H

2H

American 9c Continental Oorp
Common

Amer. Oomposlt Trust Shares
Amer Elec Sec partlc pref .....1
American European Secur
(t)

—-(t)

.....—...........

$6 pref (with warrants)

93"

31^
s

_—_(t)

preferred

Deb

Warrants

37

1
10c

Prudential Investors
•

Atk.

W

Sec Oorp

$3 conv pref class A
Plymouth Fund Inc.......

General Investment Corp..——1

General Investors Trust
Gen'l Realty 6c Utlities com

55

Phoenix

9K

without warr
18 %

Bid.
Per

99H

Deb 5s Feb 1 1952

Par.

share

—If)

$6 preferred

$6 preferred

92*
9*

S3 convertible preferred
(t)
Amer Bankstocks Corp
..(f)
American British & Continental—
S6

66

50

Alliance Investment com.*
(f)
5s A with warr 1949
J&J
Allied Int Investing Oorp com. (t)
"L*

17 K

62

Warrants
Aldred Invest Trust (Mass)—
Deb 4^s with comshs
1967
Aldred Investment Corp (Can)—
Deb 4 Ha with com shs
..1968
...

L66

Stocks and Bonds.

Atk.

Per
General American Investors ...1

("
....

Bid.

Par.

share.

15.32
1.52

w..ft)

Affiliated Fund com
Air investors
Incv t c.
Convertible preferred

Stocks and Bonds.

Ask.-

Bid.

Par.

.

IK
68 H

3H
68 H
3

14.77

Public Utilities
y.-v

and electric railways, gas, electric power, water,

telegraph, telephone and

*'f" and Income and defaulted bonds*
the month preceding the date of issue.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and interest'* except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of
Bid.
Adriatic Electric Co (Italy)Ext) s f 7s 1862A&O
Alabama Power 1st 5s 1946 -MAS
1st A ref 5s 1951
—J&J
1st A ref 5s 1966
MAN
1st A ref 43i« 1967
-J&D
1st A ref 5s 1968-.—
MA8
A abama Water Service Go—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A—-_~JAJ
Albany By—See United Trac.
Albia Lt A By 1st mtge 5s *41J&J

51
103
99

Bonds.

55

Atlanta Wat. El A Pr 5s 1943 JAJ
Atl Beach Bridge 634s 1942—..

104
100

97

98

8234
8934

8334
9034

953*

963*

42

....

AlbuquerqueNat Gash 34 *'40 MAN / 21
Auus neliev a 1'—See Phlla Co
Allegheny Gas Oorp 634s'43 MAN / 18
aUentown-Bethlehem Gas 1st
f
634s 1954
—A&O X 105
Alliance Power 1st 6s 1952—MAS / 30
10434
Alton Water 5s 1956 —...AAO
Alcoona A Logan Va) Elec By—
71
70

1st coll 4s Jan 1 1954
JAJ
Amarillo Gas 6s..
Amer Commonwealths Power—

...........

JGeb g 6s 1952 ser

——

:/

Amer Elec Pow deb 6s *67 MAS 15

Amer A Foreign Power Co—„
Deb g 5s 2030
MAS
Amer Fuel A Pow 7s 1934..-JAJ
10534
Amer G A E deb 5s 2028—MAN
Am Gas A Pow deb 5s 1953.MAN / 3634
Certificates of deposit.
/ 3634

Secured deb 6s 1939
J AD / 3934
Certificates of deposit'
Am Pow A L deb 6s 2016—MAS
Amer Stater Public Serv—
1st 1 534s 1948 ser A
MAN
Deb 6s 1938
JAD
Amer Telep A Tel eg—
Oonv g 4s *36 conv aft '08-MAS
10134
Coll trust 5s 1946.......-JAD
10934
Deb sf 5s 196011134
JAJ
Deb 534s Nov 1 1943
11234
MAN
Conv deb 4M§ 1939
10834
JAJ
11134
35-yr deb 5s 1965..
FAA
Amer Toll Bridge 1st 7s '45.AAO
1023
2nd oonvertlble 8s 1945. .AAO
1053
American Utilities Co—
'
42
1st lien A ref 6s 1945-...-JAD
35
Deb 6 34s 1941
MAN
71
Amer Util Service 6s 1964
-

Amer Water Works A Electric—

10134

co 1 tr 5s 1944——MAS
Deb 6s 1975 Ser A
MAu
Deb 6s 1975 ser B_
JAD
AaaAPot B RR—SeeWashByAEl

Conv

88
79

Androscogging Electric Corp—
1st mtge s f 43*s 1955—-A&O
Androscoggin Water Power—
1st 6s 1945
FAA
Appalachian Elec Power—
1st A ref 5s 1956
MAN
Appalachian Power5s 1941.. JAD
7% gold bonds 1936
...FAA
Deb gold 6s 2024
..JAJ

10234
69

—

Ardmore St By—See Phlla Co.
Arisona Edison 1st 5s 1948
JAJ
6s s f series A1945.......AAO
Arizona Pow 6s 1947 ser A
MAN

105 X
107
105
108
'

59

6134
55

.

Arkansas El A Wat 6s 1944.FAA
Ark A Mo Pow 1st 6s 1953—J&j
Deb 6 His 1935
MAN
1st s f 7s 1953
JAJ
Arkansas P A L 1st 5s 1956.AAO
Arkansaw Water 1st 5s 1956-AAO

'

1st

534s 1939 with

warr

334

1st M 5s 1959

76

1st 7s 1963-

V

Oonv deb 534s 1977
FAA
Conv deb 434s '48 ex-warr.M&S k
Oonv deb 434s 1949—J&J 16
Cons ref deb 5s 1968
AAO
Oonv deb 5s 1950
Oonv 634s 1938
Cons ref deb 434s

FAA
MAN k

1958—MAN

Oonv
Oonv
Oonv
Oonv

deb 53»s 1973——-FAA
deb 5s 1973—...... JAD
deb 434s 1973—
JAD
deb 4s 1973
..MAS
Income deb 43?s 1978—FAA
Income deb 4s 1978—.AAO
Income deb 334s 1978
MAN
Income deb 33*8 1978——MAS

.

41

41
90

60
15

102

10934
112

11234
10834
103

10534

1003*

101

114

115

11634
11834

11734
11934

116

11634

1st A ref 6s 1960 ser O
AAO
Belolt Water, Gas A Elec Oo—
1st g 5s 1937—
MAS

122

124

■

32

30

2034
89
65

50

1104
9834
f

23

f

23

f

23

1 23
*/ 23 34
/ 2334
f

4734
6234

56

*/ 56

1937. .AAO
1941—MAN
Deb g 5s Dec 1942
—TAD
10-year deb 5s 1937——FAA
10-year deb 5s 1940——JAJ
.

MAN
MAS

West End St 5s 1936
5s March 1944.
7s Sept 1947
-

72

25
58
48
42

4134
2934
2434
2134
2134
9034

tig

26
26

28

30

|

32

106

MAS

108

k

1

105

101
105

1053*

1083*
10334
10334

§534

W

86

1073*
1043*
10434
109

10834

105"""
1093*

1033

104"

102
102

10934
121

125

263*
111

97

10334
99

1053*

86

88

10834

10634

108

10834

sf 6s 1968 ser A
....TAJ
Secured s f 6s ser A 1949--JAD

10634

10634
10534

A—FAA

Gen A ref 434s 1981......FAA
Buff A Nlag Falls El L A Power—

100

FAA

1st gold Rs 1942—.

10234
107
102

105

83
61

88

10734

76
90
108

101

10134

•

5934
10234

60

1083*

10334
1203*
12634
11034

105 ""

10534

120

125

111

1063*
107
109

107
108

Calgary Power 1st 5s i960-. A AO

f
b Basis,

f This price includes accrued interest.
t Called Sept. 1 at 105.




Unlf

5s'37oosf

k Last sale.

n

MAN

Nominal.

53J4

-JAJ

Oonv deb 5s 1948——.

54

k

,4934

5434
553*

663*

1944——JAJ

5s

Oorp—
10 yr sec 6s 1938.
—JAJ /
Oent Vermont Public Serv Oorp—
—

.

—

52""

20
10534

1st A ref 6s 1959 ser A
AAO
Oentral West Public Se vlce Oo—

1st 1 coll 5 34s 1956 «er A. .MA* /
534* series B 1956....MAN ft
5s series O 1933
..JAD j

413*

413*

413i

Charleston Cons

Ry Gas A El
Oonsol gold 5s 1999—MAS
Chattanooga Ry A Light—
1st A ref g 5s 1956 <nTl6—MAN
Ohatt Rys 1st cons 5s '56.MAN

10434
95
81

10534

Ohes A Pot Tel of Va 5s '43-MAN
Chester Water Service Oo—

1st 434* 1958 series A—MAP
Ohic Aurora A Elgin RR—
1st A ref 6s 1951
JAJ
—

10334
f

634

Ohlcago Oity A Oonnec ing By

Oolltr s f g 5s Jan 1 1 27.AAO f
Certificates of deposit.——. f

23
23

72
Ohlcago City Ry 1st 5s '27--FAA
f 72
Certificates of deposit
Ohic Dirt Elec Generating—
103
1stM434* 1970
—MAS
104
1st 6s series B 1961——MAN
104
Deb 534s 1935—
AAO
Ohic Gas LAO see Peoples G LAO
Ohic North Shore A Mliw RK—
1st mtge gold 5s 1936—JAJ
1st A ref os 1955 ser A—.JAJ
1st A ref 534s 1956
-..AAO
...

.

Ohlcago Railways Oo—
1st 5s 1927 stpd as to 25% nt
red and pay Aug 1 1933-..FAA */ 7534
753*
OtfS of deposit.
31
Cons M 5s ser A Feb '27—AAO
*

Certificates of deposit
Series B Feb 1927—JAD
Certificates of deposit.—.
Pur mon 4-5s Feb *27 opt.JAJ
Certificates of deposit.

.....

Adj Inc 4s Feb 1927 opt

May
Certificates of deposit
Ohlcago Rapid Transit Oo—
1st & ref 634* 1944
JAJ
Certificates of deposit—...
1st & ref 6s 1953 ser A
JAJ
Certificates of deposit—....
Adjust deb 6s July 1963—JAJ
-

31
15
15
18

18„

534
534

1034
1034
1034
1034

10534
Cincinnati Gas A Electric—
1st M 4s 1968 series A
AAO
Oin Newport A Gov L A T—

10634
1043*
1103*
993*

1113*
1003*

106

107

9934

1st m 534i8er A 1952—.—A&O
1st 6s 1955 ser B
A&O
Cities Serv deb 5s Jan '66---MAS
Deb g 5s Apr. 1958
AAO

8734

Deb g 5s 1963..—

Deb 5s I960

1083*1
*

10334

1st ref 6s 1947 series A....JAJ
Cincinnati Street Ry—

Califomla Electric Generating—

01st s f g 5s '48 guar.MAS
—allfornla Gas A Elec Oorp—

—

62""
•h

11034

112

Buffalo

-... .

56

—

Traction......!
See
Buffalo A Lockport
] Internet
Buff A Niagara Falls-.. (
By
Burlington v Vt) G L 5s 1955. JA
ButlerWater 5s 1957 A.
AAO
Butte El A P 1st s f 5s 1951. JAD

26

i

10634

90

73

13*

MAS /

1st coll inc 3-5s 1950
Central States Elec Oorp—

Debenture

109

—

1
1

Central States Utilities

873*

Brooklyn Oity A Newton RR
5s 1939
JAJ
Brooklyn Queens Oo A Sub—
6634
1st m g 5s 1941 (stpd)
JAJ
55
1st con 5s July *41(stp)—MAN
Bklyn Un Elev 5s 1950 —FAA
Kings Oo El 1st 4s 1949 .FAA
Nassau Elec 1st g 4s 1951 JAJ
1st 5s 1944
A&O
25
Bklyn Un Gaslst con*5sg'46M&N
25
1st Hen A ref 6s '47 ser A MAN
25
1st lien A ref 5s ser B 1957 MAN
2434
Oonv deb 534s 1936
J&J
Deb 5s I960.—.
JAD
2434
57
Buff Geo Elec 1st 5s 1939
FAA
57
1st ref 5s April 1 1939-.-.. JAJ

9634
81
76

Deb 534s 1954—.MA815

,

..

105

Oent States Pow A Lt Oorp—
1st M A 1st lien 534s 1953-JAJ

1083*

_

10434
100

Oent States Edls 534s A 1943AAO /
Deb (to ser A w w 1949---AAO

102

1949——JAJ
Gen m 5s ser E 1952
JAJ
Bklyn-Manhattan Transit Oorp
Gen m 5s ser A

73

10634
105

Cent Public Utility inc 534s 1952.
Oent By.
See Un By A El (Bait)

Broad River Power Co—

1st A ref 5s 1954 Ser A
MAS
Bway A 7th Ave.—See N Y Rys
BronxA* & E 5s 1960
»AJ
Bklyn Borough Gas 5s 1967.FAA
Bklyn Oitv &; Newton BR—See
Bklyn Manh Transit Oorp.
Bklyn Oity RR 1st 5s 1941—JAJ
Brooklyn Edison Oo—

97
91
105

80

Conv deb 5 34s '49 with war FA 4
Without warrants
FAA

6334

773*
6134

91
■;

Oorp—

903*

90

9734

E...MAN

1st A ref 4Kb 1981 ser H. JAD
6s series 1 1957—.——.FAA
Oent Indiana Gas 5s 1957. .MAS
Central Indiana Power Oo—
1st A ref 6s 1947 ser A
J&J
Oent MainePr 5s'39 op 19 MAN
1st A gen 6s 1942 ser B
J&J
1st A gen 5a 1955 ser D...JAJ
1st A gen 434s 1957 ser E.JAD
1st A gen 534s 1961 ser.F—JAD
Cent Ohio L A P 1st 5fl f>50 AAO
Oent Pow 1st 5a, 1957. ser D JAJ
Oent Pow A Lt 1st 5s 1956—FAA
Oent Pub Serv

106

Brandenburg (Germany) El Pr-—
Extl 1st s f 6s 1953——MAN 1 26
109
Bridgeport Gas Lt 4s 1952.-JAJ
96
Bristol Gas A Elec 5s July 11939.
British Col Power 5 34s 1960 MAS
1023*
98
5s series B 1960——MAS
British Col Tel 5s 1960.
1043*
JAD

Gen A ref 5s 1956 ser

k

FAA

Boston Con Gas deb 5s '47

■

31

102 H

303*

ser

108

1st mtge 434* 1967 ser F—JAD
1st A ref 5s 1968 ser G
MAN

(NY)

Boston Eiev By 434s
Deb g 434s Nov 1

96

29

24
21

101

Berlin Elec Elev A Underg Rys—
1st mtge a f 634* 1956—AAO /

17
61

80

1st A ref 5s 1956

10334

Hydro-Elec Oorp—
......A&O
Bergen Turnpike 5s 1951-—JAJ
Berlin Oity Elect 634s 1951—JAD
Sink fund deb 634s 1969—FAA
Deb 6s Apr 1 1955.AAO
1st mtge 5s 1958-.

9534

1st A ref 5s 1951—..—FAA
Oent 111 Light 1st A ref 5s '43A&0
Central Illinois Public Service—

Bellows Falls

-

59""

36

1st g 5s 1955 ser a——MAS
1st g 5s 1957 ser B—
-JAD
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser O
MAN
Bell Telep Oo of Pennsylvania—
1st A ref 5s 1948 ser B
JAJ

Gas Works
1st 5s 1938—AAO
75
Binghamton (N Y) L H A P—
1st ref 5s Feb 1946—
AAO
102
Birmingham Elec 434s 1968-MAS
§8^ Birmingham Gas 1st 6s *69 -MAN
80
6% notes 1935
—
.AAO
Birmingham Term see BB bonds
Birmingham Water Works Oo—
10334
1st m 5 34" 1954 ser A
.AAO
1st m 5s 1954 ser B
...JAD
72
1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O—FAA
Blackstone Val G A E 5s '39-JAJ
10534
Mtge A col tr 5s '51 ser A-AAO
109
Mtge A col tr 5s '52 ser B.AAO
10534 Bleecker
St&FulFy—See NY Rys
10934
Bloomington Deo A Champagne
1st A ref 5s 1940——MAN
61
Bolivian Power 8s ser A *45-AAO

57""

94

40

6s Jan 11959-..—

Binghamton

30

4034
4034
2734

93

353*

Beaver Valley Water
1st lien A ref 5s 1960
MAN
Bell Telephone of Oanada—

2834
293*
3134
2334
5434

92

JAJ

37 J
37 ]

27

47

Oorp participating 8s '40-MAS

Associated Pud Utilities Oorp—
1st lieu 5s 1947 ser A——JAJ
deb 6s series A 1958
MAN
Associated Telep Co Ltd—
1st M 5c .1965.
MAP
1st M 48 series B 1965—.J&J
Assoc Telep Util deb 5s 1942AAO
Certificates of deposit——
Oonv deb 6s 1941. —.—MAS
Certificates of deposit
Oonv deb 534s 1944 ser O.MAN
Certificates of deposit......
2-yr 6% notes 1933
.AAO
Certificates of deposit—....
Associated Telep A Teleg CoDeb 534s 1955 ser A..
MAN
Atchison By Light A Power—
1st 6s Nov 1935
MAN
Athens (Ga) By A Electric—
1st A ref s f g 5s '50 opt *15 JAJ
Atl Cons St BR—See Ga By A E)
Atlanta Gas L 5s g 1947—.JAD
434s ext at 6% to 1944..MAS
Atlanta Nor By—See Ga By A El

31

101

_

AAO

—

Beauharnols Power Oorp—
Coll trusts f 5s 1973 w w—AAO
.

1073*

10334

7134

104

5s Jan 11961
JAJ
Associated Gas A Elec Oo—

Term 634» 1951—
..MAS / 31
105
.MAN
Capital Traction (Wash, D C)—
1st g 5s June 1 1947 —.JAD
94
Carolina P A List 5s 1956..AAO
111
Cedar Rap Mfg A P 5a '53—JAJ
Centra) Arisona Light A Pow Oo
102
1st mtge 5s 1960........JAD
Oent Ark Pub Serv Oorp—
88
1st 1 A coll tr 5s 1948 ser A FAA
1083*
Oent Diet Telep 1st 5s '43—JAD
110
Central Elec of N J 5s 1940..JAJ
66
Central Gas A Elec 6s 1946.M&S
71
First lien coll tr 534* '46
IAD
105
Central Georgia Pow 6s '38-M&N
Central German Pow 6s '34.JAD */ 4234
Oeut Hud Gas A Elec Oorp—
10334
1st & ref 5s Jan 1957
..MAS
Oent Ills Elec A Gas Oo—

Oanton Elec Oo 5s 1937—

87""

—.FAA

B

Beauharnois D H A P 534s '73

10434
4734
513*

ser

10034
1003*

Canadian L A P 5> '49 op '14 JAJ
Oanadlan Ball A Harbor-

106 J*

Bear Mt Hud Blv Bdge Oo—

79
79

Camden A Sub By—8ee,P S Oorp
Canada Nor Pow coll 5s '53-MAN

....

—.

Baton Rouge Electric Oo—
1st mtge 534« 1964——. JAD

10434

J&J

M&8
...JAD
(W S) deb 6s 1942.AAO

'

1st (10% prin paid) 1927 FAA
Certificates of deposit—..—

163*

let lien A ref 6s 1955

Arkansas Western Gas Co—
Ashland (Wis) L A Pow St By.
1st M gold 5s 1939—
JAJ
Ashtabula Water 5o 1958...AAO
Assoc Elect 43*8 1953
JAJ

10534
102

Refunding 634* 1942

16

__J&J
_J&J

434s 1960

5

9534

10034

Calif Water Bur vice 6s 1958 A&p
Calumet G A B 534s B 1960-JAJ
Calumet A South Chicago Ry—

Bangor Hydro Electric—
73

'

58
15
59

.MAN

102
104

Z1?..

JAJ

Deb 4s series A 1975Deb 5s series A 1975
Deb 4s series B 1975--

*fk 15

2

1st A ref 6s 1942 ser B
..JAJ
1st A ref 534s 1955 series O FAA
Deb gold 534s 1942-.
-AAO

A El

1
3
1

MAS
Am Community Pow 5Hs *53 JAJ

.

Augusta By A El 1st 5s 1940 JAD
Aurora Elgin A Chicago Elec By
1st 5s 1941
AAO
Bait A Ann S h 5s 1946——FAA
B dp Ft A Ohes—See Un By A El

105
103
82

107

10834

100
101
102

1st g 6s Jan 11960 opt '20- JAJ
Atlantic Oo Wat 5s *58
AMA8

Barstow

FAA
MAN

A

Deb g 534s 1953
Oonv deb 6s 1940

California-Oregon Power—
99
108
106
106

Atlantic Oity El 5s 1938——MAS
1st A ref 534s 1954..
MAN
1st A ref 5s 1956..
AAO
Atlantic City (N J) Gas—

Bait Traction—See Un By
Baltimore Transit Oo—

Bid,

Bonds.

Ask

Bid.

A»k.

bridge companies.)

10834

c«n* deb 5s 1950

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

..MAN
MAS
.

.JAD

92
56

523*
52)4
523*
55

t Called Sept. 1 at 104*

public

Sept., 1935]
NOTICE.—All bond

prices

are

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for

Bonds

Bid

89

1st M 6s 1943
J&J
Cities Service Power A Light—
Deb 634s 1952
M&N

6348 1949
J&D
Cities Service Transportation—
1st M 68 marine eq '36—M&S
Citizens Gas (Indianapolis;—

r
A 1951
J&J
City Elec San Fran 5s 1937. J&J
City Light & Traction (Sedalia,
Mo) 1st s f 5s 1952
J&D
City & Sub PS—See Un Rys of StL
City & Sue Ry—See Wash Ry & El

10234
10334

68

71

102

10334

105

106

10234

-

/10534

Gen mtge 3 24* July 11965. J& J
Oleve Southw Ry & Light—

10554

Gen &con 5s 1954
M&8 '
Clinton (La)W Wist5s 1939F&A
10134
Coast Cos Gas & Elec—
105
1st M 5s 1960
M&N
53
Colonial Util 534" June 1 1958—

2

106
56
88

85

Colorado Cent Pow 534s '46.J&D
Colorado Power 1st 5s 53..M&N
Columbia Gas & Elec Corp—

•

105

10634

J&J
D—J&J
1951.J&J

Danville Tr & Pow 1st 5s '41.

>

....M&N

94 K

96

Deb g 5s 1952
A&016
Deb 5s Jan 151961
J&J 15
Columbia River Longview Bridge

9434

97

95

Deb g 5s 1952..

6H* stamped 1953.......A&O f

4

434

99

1st & ref 6s July 1937
J&J
1st & ref 6s (stmpd) 1937..J&J
Columbus (Ga) Elec & Power—

9534
9534

J&D
M&N
Columbus (Ga) Pow 5s 36—A&O
Columbus Ry Pow & Light—
1st ref 4His 1957 ser A.
I&J
Sec conv g 634* 1942
A&O
Col Ry 1st 4s '39 opt '14..Q-J

10834

97

9734

107"
107

105

105

10634
11134

106 «

11134
103 Vs

103

Common wealth-Edison Co—
1st M 5s 1953
J&J
1st M col 5s 1954 ser B
J&D
1st M col 4f4s 1956 ser C..A&O
1st M col 4 34& 1957 ser D..J&J
1st M 4s 1981 ser F
M&8

100

99

86.34

f&A
Community Power & Light Co
M&^

89

Water Service Co—
Deb g 6s 1946 ser A
...J&D
Deb g 534s 1946 *er B
M&S
Cones toga Termlst 534* '54.J&0
Oonestoga Trac 1st 4s 1950..J&J
Coney Isl & Bklyn cons 4s '48 J&J
Conn Coke—See "Indus Bonds"
uiuo Light & Power—
1st & ref s f 7s '51 ser A
M&N
!
1st & ref 434s 1956 ser O..J&J
1st & ref 5s ser D 1962
J&J

95

107 24

11124

63

6334

434

fk"~X

66

66 34

10134
45

70

10134
4634
75

124

125
110

5

10134
7934

J&J

1st conv 6s Mar

105

Consolidated Cities L P & Tr—
1st lien 5s 1962 stamped
T&J
Oonsol Elec & Gas 5-6s 1962M&N

36 24

37 34

4-6s series B 1962..

F&A

3634

6% secured notes 1937

F&A

3734
37 34

71

7234

111*

Oonsol Gas of Bait 6» 1939..J&»
Gen g 434® Apr 1954
A&O

122*

121

Oonsol Gas Elec Lt & P (Balt>—
1st & ref > f 4 24* 1969 ser G M&S

105
105

f 4 Hs 1970 ser H J&J
1st & ref 4s 1981
J&D
Consolidated Gas (N Y)—
Deb 534s 1945
f&A
s

10834
1ft5

10734
10934
106
1073

107,
104 M
H & P.

Underlying cos—SeeN Y GEL
Oonsol Gas Utilities Co—
1st & coll 6s 1943 ser A
J&D / 79
?■' Oonv deb 634s 1943 A w w J&D *fkl5H
Oonsol Hydro-Elec Wks of Upper
Wuerttembu/g 1st 7s '56.-J&J f 2834
Consolidated Telep of Wise—
1st M 534s 1942 ser A
103
M&N
Cons Tr (N J)—See Pub Ser Corp
Consolidated Water of Utica—
99 34
1st 434* 1958
-....M&N
1st M 5s 1958
M&N
10234
Consumers El L & P (New Orl)
1st M 5s 1936j
J&J
10034
Con* Ga*—See Peoples G L &C
Oonsum L H & P Co (Eliz, N J)—
6s 1938...
J&D
106
Consumers Power Co—
1st & ref 58 1936 op '16
101H
J&.i
1st 1 & unlf 5s ser G1952. .M&N
10534
1st lien & unlf 434* 1958 M&N
1053
1st lien & unlf M 3 Ms 1965.M&S
1033
Oontin Gas & El deb 6s 1958 f&A
753.
Continental Telep 5s A1953.F&A
9634
31
Cooper Ri v Bri'ge i nc I «t 6*'58M& N

105

151945.M&S15 /

10224

100

102
102

f 5s Feb 16 1954.F&A1*

County Gas of Dallas 5s '46 A&O
County Gas (N J) 5s Jan 11952..
Council Bluffs Gas 5s 1948.M&N

9034

6s 1942

m

m

9734

b Basis,
„

.

f This

price includes




~

90

accrued
.

.

\ 59
10134
55

86

2834

105<

105
103

73

1st lien coll tr 534s

66"

Mountain

10724

Oorp—

Power

'57

ser

100

F& A
A J&J

107

Greenwich Wat & Gas System—
Ool tr 5s 1952 ser A
A&O

....

6334

A&O
A&O

101

—.—A&O

109

91

90

Ool tr 5s 1952 ser B

69

55

108

1946-J&J

Grt West Pow Co 5s
1st mtge 5s 1948
Greenwich Wat 4 34s

Gulf Power 1st 5s 1968

92

91

0234
103

Gulf Public Service Oo—
1st

17

9024
106

53

1942—M&N

1st extended 5s, 1950—F&A
Great West Power Oo of Oalif—
Green

%

1234
94

10034

20

m

6s 1945

91H

Gulf States Utilities Oo—

A.M&S

104

105

1st M & ref 434* 1961 B...J&D
Hackensack Wat 4s *52 op '12J&J

100 H

9834

101

10234

Gen&ref5sJune 1 *'77 A..J&D1 *

10734
10534

1977 ser B..J&J
58 secured conv notes 1938J&J

10934

109

534* June 15

10534

10534

107

106

Hamburg

103

Hamilton Gas 634s A w w '37J&D
Hanover Horz Water Works—

,

Hamburg (Germany) Elec Oo—
Extlgsfdeb 7s 1935
M&N fk 40

104

(Germany) Elev Under¬
ground & St Rys 5 34 s'38 _J&D

55

10224
10134

30

31

40

42

F&A / 21
2d series 634s 1949
F&A / 2434
Havana Elec Ky 5s 1952-...F&A
33
3
10334
534s(Sept'31 coupon) '51 .M&S /
10634
Harrisburg Gas 5s 1970... -M&xN
102

1st series 6s

1957

...

24

,

102

99

108

104
Elec 1st 6s '52M&S
Fair Pass Ry—See P hll R T

Helena lia* &

Host. Man &

32
32

.

Sec g 5344' 1942 ser O
Deb 6s 1936......

A&O /

35

6534

Electric Public Service Co—
Sec g 6s 1941 ser A
A&O
Sec g 6s 1941 rer B
...A&O /

6624

3634

24
24

a&o /

24

J&D/

Nominal.

94 24

7234

Great Northern Power—

9734

3-year 5% notes 1936
A&O
3 34s 1st M sf July 1 '65—J&J
Ed El UI(Bkn)See tClngsOoEL&P
Edison El 111 (N Y^—See N V G
Electric Oo of N J 1st 5s 1947 M&S
Electric Ferries 1st 7s '41
a&o
Elec & Peoples.
See Phlla R T
Electric Pow Oorp (Germany>—
1st s f 6 Ms 1950
M&S
1st sink fund 6H»a 1953—A&O
Electric P & L Deb 5*2030.F&A

n

78

103

6s 1935-1944
M&N
Great Lakes Utilities Co—

99 24

M&S

1st lien & ref 634a 1Q48-.M&S
Sheboygan Elec 5s 1946. -J&J

sale,

75

8134
11234

1st M

1st M & ref 5s 1956 ser

1st M & 1st lien 5s 1955 B M&S]
Eastern Utilities Investing—

A-Last

Unx

Great Lakes Power. Ltd—

2934
10234

83

-J&j
Ref 6s Jan 1948 ser O..M&S15
Eastern Michigan Rys—
1st mtge coll tr 7s 1958
.J&J /

interest.

108

100
1939—J&J
Atlanta Northern
Ry Oo—
100
1st guar 5s '54 op '90—- T&J
Gesfurel 6s 1953 x w
" J&D fk 3124
106
Grand Rapids Gas L 5s '39-F&A
1134
Grand Rapids Ry 1st 7s '3D M&N /
Great Oons Elec Pow (Japan)—
9224
1st M 7s 1944
F&A
9034
1st & gen 634s 1950.
J&J

99

64 : <

Deb 6s 1937

9334

94

102

J&J

89

Easton Cons El 5s 1949
M&N
Edison Elec ilium of Boston—

10634
10634
10334
7634
9734
3334

90

J&J

Atlanta Oons St 5s

75

5s series A 1954
......M&S fk 1634
Eastern Wisconsin Electric Oo—
1st lien & ref 6s 1942
-J&D
10434

10134

75

J&J

1952—

5s

104

5s 1948 B

534s 1947 ser A

Oorp—

Georgia Power 1st 5s 1967—M&S
Georgia Power & Light Oo
•
1st mtge 5s 1978—
.J&D
Georgia Ry & Elec-—
1

60

1st m s f 5s 1948 series A.A&O **105
Eastern Mass Street Ry Co—
61
Ref m 434s 1948 A
—J&J

m

77

_

102

5s 1960 ser D

m

87

77

J&D
Georgetown Gas Lt. 1st 5s '61 F& A
Georgia-Carolina Power 1st s f

Eastern Connecticut Pow Oo—

Ref

86

1st lien & col 5s 1943 ser A

10

■10134
10334

J&J
J&J
..f&A
East St Louis (111) Lt & Pow—
1st 5s 1940
J&D
E Minn Power 534" 1951
M&S
E Oregon Lt & Pr 534* A '51.M&S
5s series B 1953
J&J
E St L & interurb Wat 5s '42

1st

2934

106

9234

1937 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&O
East Prussia Pow 6s 1953
J&D /

1st

33

Utilities—

1st coil 534« ctfe

1st

t '

11634

7634
7434

* Negotiability

'

Home Tel & Tel (Ft Wayne)
1st 6c series A 1943.......J&J

1st 534s series B 1955
A&O
Home Telep & Teleg(LosAngeles

105
104

10934
Oal) 1st refunding 5s 1945J&J
Home Tel & Tel of Spokane—
1st M g 5s May 15 '36.M&N 15
10534
Houston El Oo ist 6s "35
J&D / 65
Houston Gulf Gas—
103
1st M & col 6s 1943 ser A..a&o
Deb 634* 1943 with war..A&O
9434

impaired

by maturity,

t Called Oct.

■

....

15:

116
86

1st M coll tr 63*8 ser A '56 A&O
1st mtge & coll 634s O *55. A&O

8034

Eastern Shore Pub Service Oo—

Copenhagen Telephone Ck>—
•

103

100

10034

10934

Service

Oonv deb 534* 1939
General Public Utilities—

10834

Oonnelisv Wat 5s Oct 2 '39..A&O

108

12

M&N

Oonv deb 5s 1953

10134

blast Coast

10734
123

Public

mmnmm

2.25 %

86

5% notes Aug 15 1936—F&A15

10

30
108

f 634« 1948
A&O
Duke Power—1st 434s 1967.J&D
Duke Price Power Co—
1st m s f 6s 1966 ser A..M&N
Dumbarton B'ge 634* to'36. J&J
634* 1937 to 1949
J&J
Duquesne Gas Oorp—
s

109

Exti

134

:

General Water Wks & ElecOorp—

10734

108

J&J

J&D
J&J

'3:;

General

1937 A with war.M&S

634s 1945 with warrants

b

Debenture gold 6s 1941 J&D 1 *
Deb 6s 1941 series B
A&O
General Gas & Elec Corp—

5

86

75
100

A&<J

Gen 5s Nov 1 1954

Dominion Gas & Elec—■

20-yr

56

Gandy Bridge (Tampa) 6s '45J&D
Gary Elec & Gas Oo—
1st lien coll 5s x-w 1944
J&J
Gas & El of Bergen Oo 5s '49. J&D

434

Stamped guaranteed optional..
Conn Ltg & Pow 5s *39..
J&J
Conn River Pow 5s A '52
A&O

20-yr deb 434* 1951
Debenture 5s 1957

10734

Dortmund Munlc Util (Germany)

Connecticut Power 5s *63—A&O t10724
1st & coll trust 5s 1956..
J&J

1st & ref

Galveston-Houston Elec
1st M s f g 5s 1954 opt

110

11134
10934

1st gold 5s 1950—.....J&J 1
Dixie Gulf Gas Oo—

90

52
83

Un Wat 6s 1953.— J&J

Equip trust 534* 1935-38 .....
Ry—

9524

107

Duquesne Light—See Phlla Oo
Duquesne Nat Gas 7s 1948—... / 56
Duquesne Trac—See Phila Co.
100
Durham Pub 8er 7s A '49—A&O
54
East Coast Pub Serv 4s 1948

Conn Ry & Lt 434b 1951

Fontana

97

8934

Ave 5s 1940

Det & Ft Huron Shore Line—

66

96

F&A
,.A&0
A&D
42nd St Manhattan & St Nicholas

102 24

62

Service Oo—

Florida Telep 1st 6s 1945

1834

7124

9534

J&J
J&J

Gatineau Pow 1st 5s 1956---J&D

F&A

10

i

59

1st M 634s 1949

1824

10734
10634

f 634* 1952
-F&A
Certificate* of deposit

S f deb g 7s 1952—

45

9934

Inc—

1957...M&S

Fruit Growers'Express—

s

Certificate* of deposit.——.

•

Public

Florida

i*
10234

105"

Uo mm unity

Utilities

1st 68 1 955 series B

104

65

Community Pub Ser 5s 1960. J&J

Oorp—

1st m 534" 1956 ser B
Florida Pow & Lt 1st 5s '64—J&J

Detroit International Bridge-—

1st 634s

6

Florida Power Oorp—
1st m 534" 1979 ser A.

19"

17

A.A&O
B—J&D
Gen & ref 5s 1962 ser O..F&A
Gen & ref 434s 1961 ser D.F&A
Gen & ref 5s ser E 1952. .A&O
m

94

89

Federated

10534

1724
1734

1st

10534

1st mtge 5s 1957 ser O
5s 1957

97

10534

12*

96

80

1st lien col tr 534s

Gen & ref 5s 1955 ser

110
104

98
1st M324* ser H 1965..-A&O
113
Commonwealth Elec 6* 1943 M&S
Com'wealth Gas Corp inc 6s 1948 f
10
Oom'w'lth Tel (Pa) 534* '45 M&N
Oom'w'lth Tel (Wis) 5s A *48 M&S
i65m
Com'wealth Water 534s ser A 1947
10334
103
1st M 6s 1956 ser B
F&a

Col M

9634

Gen & ref 5s 1949 series

110

103

9534

J&D

1st 1 6s 1947
J&D f
Federal Water Service Oorp—
Oonv deb 5 34* 1954
M&N

>

M&S

111

94
95

M&S

1942 stpd

Debenture 6s 1954 ser B

102

M&N
Certificates of deposit...—Oonv s f deb 634s IW48-— M&N
Certificates of deposit
Detroit City Gas Go—
1st m 6s 1947 series A
-J&J
1st m 5s 1950 series B
A&O

111

101

10834

M&S

1st lien g 6s

Detroit Edison-

110
110
109
109

100

Fed'l Pow & Lt 6s Nov 1 1965—

61

101

f 68 1953

s

65

k

-

opt series A..-M&S
1936 J&J

1st m 5s 1956

10

9334
9834

Stamped

1st m 5s, 1938-———M&N t 105
Des Moines Gas Co—

1st m

59
128

Europ'n Elec Oorp (of Canada)
Deb 634* 1966 x w
F&A
Fairmont & Clarksburg Trac—.
1st g 5s 1938 opt 1913
A&O
Fall River Elec Lt 5s 1945 -.J&J
Federal Light & Traction—
1st 5s (Amer series) 1942—M&S
1st 5s (Internet ser) 1942.-M&S

10634

■

9934

110

101

Detroit & Canada Tunnel—

1st & ref 6s 1947 ser A
1st & ref 5s 1954 ser B

101

106
Gen & ref 5 3*s ser A 1960—A&O
7
Erie Rys—1st 6s 1954.
..A&O
k 10524
Erie Ltg 1st m 5s 1967
A&O

Federal Public Serv

Des Moines Oity Ry 5s
Des Moines Elec Go—

Columbus Dela & Marion Elec Co

(Italy)

107 24

58
95
100

1946-—-—-.—F&A

S F 6s 1937

98

Ercole Marelll Elec Mfg Oo

Des Moines & Gent la Elec Co—

Columbia (8 O) Ry Gas & El Go
1st M s r g 5s 1936
J&J

•:

1st lien 5s

99

1st s f 634s 1953 with war M&N
Eoult G & E Utlea 5e 1942.A&O
Erie Oo Electric 6* 1959
J&J

Derby Gas & Elec Oorp—

94 H

75"

104

94

93

_

Empire Gas & Elec and Empir<
Coke Jt lst&ref 5s '41 opt.M&F

10624

10534
10834
1063s
10424

A&O

104

J&D

Gen & ref 6s ser A 1952..

107

Denver Tramway Terminals Go—
1st M g gu 6a 1936 1937..M&S

1

102
100

Empire Gas & Electric Co—

103

A&O

6% Oct 1 19446% Apr 1 1943

108
106

100

M&N

Oct 1 1943

105

108

Stamped as to Pa tax......
Denver Tramway Oorp—
Gen & ref 5s 1950 ser A
J&J
«<%

103

Deb 634* 1938
J&D
Empire District Elec Oo—
1st & ref m 5s 1952
_.M&i* k

10624

110

107

1st mtge g 434* 1969—...J&J
1st mtge g 434* 1969
-J&J
Denv Gat» & El ist g 5* '49—M&N

1951

J& D
El Paso Nat Gas 1st 634* '43. J&D
1st m 5s 1950 ser A

106

-

1st & ref 5s

El Paso El Co—

106

73

Darby Med & Ohes Ry—See Phlla
Davenport Water 5s 1961—J&J
Dayton Ltg 1st 5s '37 op '12.M&S
Dayton Pow & L 1st 5s '41.-J&D
Delaware Elec Power Co—
Deb 534* 1959———..J&J
Delaware Power & Light Oo—1st M 434* 1971
—J&J

10034

M&S

10534

32
R Tr.

J&J

Oorp.

I

Light & RR—

5s 1956

con g

With warrants

9534
105 34
103
10734

1949——J&J
B
J&J

1st gold 534® 1954 ser
Dallas Ry & Ter 1st 6s

City of New Castle Water—
5s 1941
J&D
City Water (Chattanooga)—
1st M 5s 1954
J&D
1st M 5s 1957 series O—M&N
Olev El 111 1st 5s '39 op *24. A&O
Gen M 5s 1961 series B—A&O

1st g 734» 1949 ser
1st g 5s 1952 ser C

Elmira Water,

101

Oumb'land T & T 5s 1937—J&J
Dallas Gas 1st 6s 1941——A&O
Dalias Pow & Lt 6s

1023
102 J
106

-

Eliz & Trenton RR

; 10434
105

1st 5s 1960

10134

102

8834
84

24

1st &

1959.....-.—J&D
5634
Cumberland Valley Telephone—
1st mtge 5s 1966
9934
J&J

100

26

83

Cumberland Co (Me) Pow & Lt—
1st 434s 1956
J&D

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds.
Eliz Plainf & Gent J f
See
Eliz & Raritan Rivi Public Serv

8634

1954—J&D /

1st M 5s

99

1st & rnf gold 5s 1942.
...J&J
Citizens Tel (Gr Rap) 5s '38. J&D
Citizens Water (Washington, Pa)
5s 1951

*

57

It*

Deb

-

Coll inc 6s B Octl

Ask.

Co—

Cuban Telep conv 6s 1951 —J&J
lot lien & ref 734* 1941—M&S

10034

>

the closing day of the month preceding the date of issue.
Bid.

Orescent Public Servic

1st M pipeline534" 1942.M&N
Cities Service Gas Pipe Line Co—

where marked Mf" and income and defaulted bonds*

Bonds.

Ask.

Cities Service Gas Co—

79

utility bonds

"and interest** except

75

103 i
96 j

1 at 10734*

PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

80

NOTICE.—All bond prices an "and Interest** except where markedI
Quotations for ill securities are as near as possible for the closing day of
Bid.

Bonds.

_

^

*

Ironwood ft Bessemer Ry ft Light
1st sf« 5s '36 opt after '15.P&A
Isarco Hydro-Elec Co (Italylet _M • f 7s 1952
.M.&N
Island Gas ft Electric—

104

90

92

1175

§udson Oo Gas 5sM 6s '54 AM&8
ont'g'n Wat 1st g 1949—M&N
Jst19625s 1954 ser B
M
„M&8
s

Bonds.

105
105

—

Hydraulic Power of Niag Falls—
1st ft refundlng5s 1950
J&J
Ref ft impt 5s 1951——A&O
Idaho Power 1st 6s 1947
-J&J
111 Bell Telep 1st 5s 1956—J&D
Illinois Commercial Telep—
1st 5s series A 1948
M&S
1st mtge 5s 1960 ser B
M&S
111 Community Tel 6s 1949
J&J
HI Oonsol Telep 634" 1944—M&S

_

11334
10734

109

110'

_

93
75
100

IlllnolB Northern Utilities (Jo¬
ist ft ref 58 1957 opt
A&O
Illinois Power ft light Oorp—

1st
1st
1st
S f

7s_1943—.

Jersey

8834

100

102

9734
MftS
104
Indiana Assoc Telep 6s A '62 J&J
Indiana Central Telep Co—
1st lien coll 534 1938
M&N / 28
Indiana Electric Oorp—
8934
1st M 6s 1947 series A—MftN
1st M 634s 1953 series B—F&A
78
1st M 5s 1951 series O—M&S
86
Indiana Gas Utilities 5s 1946 J&J
5Hs 1945

10734
1st M 5s 1948
J&J
Indiana Hydro-Elec Power—
1st mtge 5s 1958 ser A...MftN k
Indiana ft Mich El 5s 1957—F&A kill
1st ft ref 5s 1956
MftS k 106
Ind Nat Gas ft O—See Peo G LftC
109
Indiana Pr 1st 1734" '41A .M&N
90
Indiana Ry ft Lt 1st 5s *43—J&J
Indiana Service Corp—
57
let ft ref M 5s Jan 11950—J&J
56
1st lft ref 5s 1963
P&A
Indiana ft S W Gas ft Util—
18
conv notes 1940
—J&D

10534
30

1st lien ft ref 5s 1970

88

5/

Telep 1st 6s 1948

9334

6% notes 1932
A&O
Certificates of deposit......
Oonv g 7% note 1932 ..M&8
Certificates of deposit......
Intercontinents Power Co—
Debs A 6s 1948
.J&D
International Hydro-Elec System
Oonv deb 6s 1944 w w
A&O
Internat'l Pow Ltd 634« 1957 MftS
„

Deb 6s 1957.——

*/ 7254
fk 72
•/9154
90

/

2
49

8634
83

78
90
51

10634

Keystone Pub Serv—
1st M 5s 1978

__

,

95H

6754
73
100

M&N

Keystone Telephone Co—

,0054
10034

10834

Purch money 6s g 1997—A&O
Edison El HI Bklyn 4s '39.J&J

...-

107 54
Kings Oo Elec—See Bklyn-Queens
Kings Co Gas ft 111 1st 5s '40-AftO
11134
8
Kings Co Ltg 1st ref 5s '54--J&J
114
90
1st ref 634s 1954
-J&J
117
Kingsh'way Bdge 634«'62.A&0/ 7234
9034 Knoxville Trac 1st 5s 1938—A&O
7334 Kokomo W W 5s 1958
J&D
10454
7334 Lackawanna ft Wyoming Val RR
1st 5s 1951--F&A / 24
92
Debentures 6s 1946
„_P&A/
134
9034 Laclede Gas Lt 5s 1939—
A&O
101
1st M coll tr 534«
ser O F&A
7834
1st col&ref534« I960 ser D F&A
83
534% gold notes 1035 —Eft A
75
4934
6s coll notes ser A 1942
F&A
75
88
6s coll notes ser B 1942—F&A
100
85
La Crosse Telep 534s 1948—JftJ
101
Roland Elev—See Un Rys ft Elec.
Lake Sh Elec 1st con g 6s '33 JftJ
3
Gen gold 58 Feb 1 1933-—P&A /
.—
Lake Shore Power Oo—
Lake

.

1st and ref mtge 6s 1950—.J&J
72
Lake Superior Diet Pow—
; ^
1st M ft ref 5« 1966—
.J&D
104
Larutan Gas 1st 634s w w '36J&D
100
-

66*

7454
70
28

Lawrence (Mass) Gas ft Elec—
1st M 434s 1940 ser B
F&A
Lehigh Power Securities—
Deb g 6s 2026 ser A——F&A
Lehigh Teleg 5s ser A 1949—J&J
Lehigh Valley Transit—
1st M g 4s Dec 1935 opt—M&S
80
Ref ft lrnpt g 5s 1960
J&D
5s series B Dec! 1935
MftS
6654
Leipsig Overland Pow 634" '46..
9134 Lewis ft Clark Bdge 334-5s 1953—
Lex (Ky) Ky—See Ky Tr ft Term
71
Lexington (Ky) Tel—
2
1st M 6s w W 1944
M&S
Lexington Util 1st 5s 1952-.F&A
Lexington Wat ref 534s 1940-F&S
Lexington Wa Pow Co 1st 5s'68 J & J
99
Oonv deb 534" 1953
...J&J
89
Lincoln Gas ft Elec 5s 1941. J&D
Lincoln Pub Serv 5s, 1939-.J&J
Lincoln Tel ft Tel—
1st M 434s 1961 ser A
J&D
8834 Little Rock G ft F 6s 1937-M&N
8234 Little Rock By ft El 6s^38..A&O
116
Lockhart Power 534s 1950. _F&A

10534

71

47

105

IS*

66
89

Ik*
70
1

3%

il«
87
102

88
102
95

76
102

k 10534
106

1003*

94

-

1013*

125

/

49
8334
343a
98

26
3

Louisiana Pow ft Light Co—
1st mtge 5s 1957
J&D
Louisiana Stm Gener 6s 1939 MftN
Louisville Gas ft Elec Oo (Ky)&N
1st ft ref 5s 1952 ser A
Mi

10134
101

10134
10234

11134

112

106
s
1st ft ref 434t 1961 ser O.PftA
Deb sf 6s 193
•37 ser A.....A&O *102
110
Louisv Ltg 5s *53 unstmpd—A&O
84
Louisville By 2d 434s 1940-MftS
67
Gen M 5s 1950
—P&A
Lower Austrian Hydro-Elec—
1st ■ f g 634s 1944
..F&A / 8434

Market St

'

•

•••

mmmm

85"
96

30

33

106

107

/

10634
112

16534

10434
67
67

69

x

102

f

8

101

70*4
63
52

if*

97

9734

80

31

56

/
/
/

57
57

56

66
31

33

w

10234
109
104

106"

87

8734

Ry (San Francisco)

1st a f 7s 1940 ser A Jan
t Maryland Electric Rys—
Maryland Light ft Power—
1st M 534a 1950 ser A-..J&J
Massachusetts Gas—
——.

*97

JftJ
MftN

9634
8734

M

Mass Utilities Associates—
S f deb 5s 1949 ser A—.. .AftO

10334

20-year s f 534s 1946..
Sink fund deb 5s 1955

90

Meridionals Electric Oo—
1st • f 7s 1957 ser A
...AftO
1st
1st
1st
1st

4634

58

107 J
107 J

102"

106

M 434s 1968 serD.
M 4s 1971 ser E
.MftN
5s series 7 1962..——MftN

108

101

J&J
MftS

ft ref 6s 1953 ser O

107

9234

IP
!P
38
40

10134

88
82

—...

108
94

51

86

3734
100

98
102 34
79 34

76
101

15

_

5s

8034

85

80
115

107

—J&J

1950—.——

62

Midland Natural Gas Oo—
Oonv deb 6s 1935........JftJ

105

10334

15
15

143*
1434

Middlesex ft Somerset Trac—

46
105

106

15

8

1434

Middlesex Elec Lt Pow 5s '55 JftJ
Middlesex Water 534a 1957.AftO

96

k

14

5s ctfs of deposit 1932........
5s.ctfs of deposit 1933.....
5s ctfs of deposit 1934........
5a ctfs of deposit 1935—....
Middlesex ft Boston St Ry—
1st and ref mtge 5H» 1942. JftJ

108
77
105
103
105

46

1

Midland Util deb 6s 1938—MftS
Milwaukee Elec Ry ft Light—
1st ft rsf 5s 1961 ser B....J&D
1st M 5s 1971
—J&J
Milwaukee Gas Light Co—
1st M 434s 1967.
MftS

10

9934
9834

100
99

105*4

107

Minneapolis Gas Light Oo—
1st M 4H« 1950
—J&J
Minnesota Nor Pr jt 6s 1944. A&O

104
89

-

1234

91

Minnesota Power ft Light Co—

97
92

10234

Mississippi Power ft Light—.
1st M 5s 1957—.......
J&D

87

Mississippi Power Oo—

108

9834
9334

85*4

1st ft ref 6e 1955—...... JftD
1st ft ref 434s 1978.MftN

MftS

1st ft ref 5s 1956

99
104

9934

_

Mississlopl
1st

s

River Fuel Oorp-

8934

89

.

10234

F&A

f 6s 1944 ex-warr

10634
102

Mississippi Klv Pow 6s '51—JftJ
Deb 5s May 1 1947——MftN

10334

99"
93

77

/This price includes accrued interest.

Bait Transit Co. securities.

50
60

58

10134 Metrop Edison Oorp 6s 1961 M&8
783* Metropolitan West Side "L"—
78
1st gold 4s 1938.
F&A ♦/1434
Certificates of deposit...—.
84
143*
Ext en gold 4s 1938... ....JftJ
80
14
Certificates of deposit—
80
33
Mexican El L 1st M g 5s '42.JftJ
37
104" Mex Lt ft Pow 1st 5s '40 • f.PftA
3334
Mexican Utilities 7s 1939
AftO
6
Michigan Associated Telep Oo—
10034
1st M 5s 1961——-—AftO
134
10234
Mich Elec Pow 6s A1944
J&D
30
75
Mich Fuel ft Lt 6s A 1950—.J&D
Michigan Gas ft Elec Co—
86
106
1st ft ref 6s 1943.—MftS
80'
1st M 6s 1956
J&D
**
Michigan Light 1st 5s 1946.M&S
10634
Michigan Nor Pow 1st 5s '41-J&J
Michigan Public Service Oo—
93
1st g 5s 1947 ser A—-AftO
93 H
Middle States Telep 6e A '47.JftJ

7,7

LockportLHft P534s A'54MftN
10334
Lomoard Elec Oo (Italy)-—
;
1st extl 7s 1952
—J&D
42 %
Lone 8tar Gas s f 6a 1942..MftN k 10434
106" Long Beach Gas 1st 5s 56—J&D
65
Long £sl Lighting 5s 1936—M&S
1013*
"85"
1st ref 6s 1948—————J&J
lli
1st ft ref 5s 1955 ser B—.M&S
107
Secured g 6s 1945
88"
.J&J * 10534
Oonv deb g 5 34s 52 ser A_ AftO
97
102
10334 Long Island Waiter 534s '55.M&N
Lorain Telep 1st 5s 1958
J&D : 98

75

^

48

Middle West Utilities Oo—

102

92

Los Angeles Railway Oorp—
1st ft ref a f g 6s 1940—..J&D
Los Angeles Ry 5s 1938...AftO

98" Metropolitan Edison Co—

90

.

97

*

88
Maysville P Serv 5 Ms A 1942A&0
Memphis Power ft Light Co—
*102
156"
1st ft ref 5s 1948 ser A
J&J
95
1st ft ref 434s 1978 ser O—A&O
Memphis Street Ry—
62
3-5s series A-1945—.
11234
45
3-5s series B 1945.........
11434

_

102
1st 1 ft ref 5s 1961 ser B..MftS * 102
Iswa Pow ft Lt 1st 434s 1958 MftS
105
IewaPub Sorv 1st 5s 1957—J&D
9934
Deb 5s 1968—
M&S
83
1st mtge 534s 1959.......MftS
10234
Debenture 6s I960......MftN
8634
Iswa Ry ft Lt (Cedar Rapids)—
1st ft ref 5s June 1946 B.. J&D
10234
1st ft ref 534s Oct 1945—MftN
10534
Iowa Southern Utilities—

'

101

_

8734
8134

.MftS *1083*
1083*

Gen ft ref 6s series H1942 MftS
Gen ft ref 534" 1949 ser 1. AftO
Los Ang Pac On—See Pac ElRy
Los Ang ft Pac RR—See Pac EIRy

Luneburg Pow L ft W W (Germ'y)
1st M s f 7s 1948...
..MftN
Luxerne Oo (Pa) Gas ft Elec—
1st refftimp g 5s'48 op'13 AftO
107
1st ft ref 6s 1954—..—M&8
108
Debenture 7s 1944..—...JftJ
Macon Ry ft Light 1st 5s '53.JftJ
106
MacLaren-Que Pow 534" Feb 1'61
117
534s series B1964
M&S
1033* Madison Co (111) Light ft Power—
97
1st g 5s 1936
-J&D
Madlaon Rys 1st g 5s 1936—MftN
107
Malone (N V) Lft P 534s '56-J&J
1073* Manhattan Ry con 4s g 90. .AftO
Cent Hanover Bk ctfs of dep.
10234
25
2d gold 4a 2013—J&D
Manila Elec RR ft Ltg Oorp—
11
1st lien ft coll tr 5s *53—M&S
Manila Gas Co—
38
1st lien ooll tr 534" 1937—AftO
Manitoba Power Go Ltd—
87
1st M s f 5348 *51 ser A...JftJ
1st M s f 53js 1952 ser B..J&J
Mannheim ft Palatinate Elec Cos
15-year s f 7s 1941—.
J&D
Manufrs Wat (Pa) 5s 1939-J&D
Maritime Tel ft Tel 1st 6s 1941 JftJ
Ref ft gen 5s ser A 1956—-J&J
Market St El Pass Ry—See P R T

_

1st 1 ft ref 53ts 1955 ser A.J&D
1st lft ref 6s 1951 ser B—A&O
Kings Oo E L ft P 1st 5s '37.A&O

52

66

iowa-JN ehraska Lt ft Power—
1st lien ft ref 5s '57 ser A.M&N




10634
10134

Kewanee(Hl)PubServ6sA'49J&J
Key West Electric 5s 1956—F &A

95

115

new

107

82

10034

b Basis.

9654

10634

-M&N
M&N
O—F&A

Lake Erie Pow ft Lt 6s 1946 AftO

Iowa Gas ft Elec 1st 8s 1938. .J&J

for

5834

5534
5834
5634

1st lien ft ref 5s ser B 1950. J&D
Iowa El Lt ft Pr 7s ser O '42.F&A

f 8s 1938—-——A&O
1st ft ref 6s 1943
Ffta
1st ft ref 534s 1950
J&J
Deb 6s 1950 jser A
MftN

10334

,

90
71

1st ft ref 434* '58 ser F
M&S
Interstate Rvs 4s 1943——P&A
Interstate Railroad—
Eq trust 534s July 1 1935-37— 5
Interstate Telep Co—

s

115

10734

107

"sin

8
8

6
87

Deb gold 6s 1952
...IJ&J
Interstate Pub Serv Co—
1st ft ref 634s 1949 ser B.. J&J
1st ft ref 5s 1956 ser D
J&D

1st

112

1st M 634s Sept '48 ser D MftN k
9754
1st M 534" 1955ser F—AftO
9034
1st M 5s 1961 series G——F&A *
8754
5s series H 1961
P&A k 8754
1st M 5s 1969 ser I.
.J&J
,8734
1st 7s series J 1957
P&A
100
1st 6s series K 1957 .—M&S
93
Keokuk Elec 6s 1945
MftN
10434

8

'

Interstate Bridge 634s 1950-M&N
Interstate Gas ft El 6s 1951. .J&D
Interstate Nat Gas 6s 1936—
Without warrants—
J&J
Interstate Power let 5s '67—J&J

InterstateWater 6s ser A1940P&A
Iowa Electric Co—
1st mtge 6s 1939...
J&J
1st lien ft ref 6s ser A1949 MftN

104""

34
106
106
105

Kentucky El Pr 6s A 1951—J&J f 22
Kentucky Fuel Gas Corp—
1st 6Hs 1942 with warr.. J&D /
10
Kentucky-Ohio Gas 2s——1958 / 35
Kentucky Power ft Light Co—
let m 534.8 1948 ser B
MftS
86
Kentucky Traction ft Terminal— ■■
1st ft ref gu 5s *51 opt '14.P&A / 73
Lexington Ry 1st 5s 1949- J&D
103
Kentucky Utilities Co—

7

6

T&A

1st M 5s 1961
A&O
Interstate Tel ft Tel 534s 1953 J&J

104

43

6

International Telep ft Teleg—
Deb g 434s 1952.
J&J
Oonv deb 434s 1939
J&J

,

16
102
111

,

21

6

M&S

Deb 5s 1955

59

40
5

International Power Sec Com—
634 % sec bonds 1955 serOJ&D
Sec 7s 1957 ser E...
P&A
Sec 7s 1952 ser F
J&J lb
International Railway (Buffalo- Buff Trac 1st 5s 1948
J&D
Buff ft Lock 1st g 5s 1938.-J&J
Internat Ry ref 5s '62 op.MftN

„

60

M r* .«",f

,9734

F&A

mn

40

A&O

Rapid Transit—
1st ft ref g 5s '66 on tax-ex.J&J
Certificates of deposit......

95

10534
10534

Coll tr s f 6s 1941 ser B ..MftN
Col tr 6s 1957 ser O—
A&O
Deb s f 7s 1935....
J&D

lnterborough

112

10234
''■

_

;

10534
10434
10534

...

Inland

1st ft ref. 6s 1947 ser

1

104

6s 1942—

1st M 6s 1955 ser A
1st M 5s 1957 ser B

25

t

10354

M&fe

108

*105
10134

Deb gold 6s 2022 ser A—M&S
1st mtge 434a 1980—J&D
Kansas Pow 1st 5s 1947—M&S
Kansas Power ft Light Co—

104

Indianapolis W W Sec Co—
Secured 5s 1958.........J&J
Inland Gas 634s 1938
J&A
Certificates of deposit
Sinking fund deb 7s 1938.P&A
Inland Pow ft L s f 6s '36 A M&S

634

161"

F&A
Kansas City Power ft Light—
1st M 434s 1961..
—F&A
Kan City Pub Serv 3s 1951--J&J
Kansas Elec Pow 6s 1937—J&D
1st M 6s 1943—
J&D
1st M 5s 1951——
J&D
Kansas Gas & Electric—1

Indiana General Service—

;

53

Kanawha ValTr 1st M5s *46.J&J
Kansas City Gas 1st 5s '46..r&A
1st M

Illinois Water Service Co—

VV'.'

^

J&D
P S Corp
Joplln W W 1st 5s 1957—M&S

Independence Water Works—

■

48"

46

10T3K

1st ft ref g 5s 1939 opt...MftS
1st ft gen 5a 1901..;
-.M&S

Gen & ref 6s 1942 ser D..M&S
1083*
Gen & ref 534s 1947 ser E J&D *109
Gen ft ref 534s 1943 ser F MftS k 10534
Gen ft ref 6s 1942 ser O

..J&D

.

1st«
1st M 434s 1961 ser O
Jer City Hop ft Pat—See

88

napolis Gas 5s 1952
A&O
Indianapolis Power ft Light—
1st M5s 1957 ser A
J&J
Indianapolis Ry 5s, 1967........
Indianapolis Water—
1st ft ref. g 434« 1940 opt—J&J
1st lien ft ref 5 34s 1953
M&8
1st lien ft ref 634s 1954—M&S
1st lien ft ref 5s i960
J&D

62

46

_

Kanawha Trac ft Elec Co—
1st ft ref 5s 1936—

J&J

59

„

Tamest'

111 S eastern Telep 6s 1946—J&J
1st mtge 5s 1952 series A

46

107
1st gold 534s series A 1955-J&J
James River Bridge Oorp—
22
1st sink fund 634c 19&8—-J&J f
f
Deb g

77

89

-

42

Deb 6s *63 (without warr)—J&J *
Jacksonv (Fla) Gas s f 5s *42-J&D /
5s stamped 1942
-—
Debenture 6s ser A 1952.MftN /
Jamaica Water Supply Oo— • •

95

106

ft ref 6s 1953 series A
A&O
ft ref 634s 1954 ser B..J&D
ft ref 5s 1956 ser O
J&D
deb 534« 1957.
MAS

101.34

100

„

107

10834

Bid.

Bonds.
Los Angeles Gas ft Elec Corp—

25-yr s f 534s 1953 ser A—MftS
Italian Superpower Corp—

103
102
103

All.

Bid,

As*.

10334
10154
10454

Houston Lt ft Pow 1st 5s *53 MAS
1st lien & ref 434" '78 ser D M AN
1st lien ft ref 434"'81 ser B J&D
Houston Natural Gas Oorp—
1st m coll 6s 43 with warr. J&D

"f" and Income and defaulted bonds.
the month preceding the date of issue.

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

*

Negotiability impaired by maturity.

were exchanged

{Bonds

** Called Oct. 1 at 105.

■

•

7.

.

.7

Sept., 1935]

UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC

81

NOTICE.*—All bond prices ere "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.

Missouri Edison 1st

534sl947 J&D
Missouri Gas & Blec 6s A1944 MAS /
1st & ref 5s ser B 1957
J&J /

119

122

111
126
108

11134

55

107
102

104

54

56

89

92

ii uIT

90

auwvvi

wau

JL UTO.

109 34
109

108
102
111

109

105

llH

52

94

85
63
51

Ad1

income He

tan

1

1965. Apr

f

6s stamped 1965......
/
Bleeck St A F F 1st 4s '50.J&J 1

;

45

Bway A 7th Ave. 5s 1943—... f
J&J f

96

23d St By 5s 1962

1st M 6s 1949———J&D

117

102

1st ref M 6s 1951 ser A. .MAN
N Y State El A Gas Oorp—

100
96
18
18

'

10834

.8334

1st con g 434s '62 op *13—MAN
Certificates of deposit..

90

8234

lstcon6V4s 1962

ist A ref ■ f 5s '43 op '18—J&J

>eb g 5« 1962 ser A..—-J&D
97 34
Montreal Isl Pow 6H* 1967.MAN
103
Montreal Lt fit A Pow Oonsol—
1st ref A coll tr 6s 1951...AAO
10634
1st ref col A sf 6s 1970serB MAS 1105

3% conv deb 1939........JAJ
Montreal Tramways—
1st A ref g 6s 1941 opt....JAJ
Gen A ref 5s 1955 series A.AAO
Gen A ref 5s 1956 ser B...AAO
Gen A ref s f 434" '55 ser O AAO
Gen A ref • f 6s 1955 ser D.AAO

108

.

/

134

234

134

234
109)4
106)4
105J4

10834
10534
10534
11034

-a

vi

iWW

1

/JO

UP

WO*

107
111

108

N Y Water Service Oorp—

5034
6% s f notes 1936
—MA
N Y A Westchester Lighting—
See N Y Gas Elec Lt A Pr

83)4
8334

r

Niagara Falls Power—

83"

80

10034

Morn side El St Ky—See Pliila_Oo
Mount Home Telep 6s 1938. JAJ
Mount Hope Bridge 5s 1969.....

10034

107

U*.

i02 H

100

10634
10834

*

111

10134

10734

10234

IOV

68

8734

W

uo

X UXJKM

OUiira

A.Att

Nippon Elec Pow Ltd (Japan)-

72"
9034
9234

k

Mountain States Power Oo—

8934
10034
65

Municipal Serv coll 6s 1966.FAA
Mut Fuel Gas See Peoples G L A O

North American do.
Deb 6s 1961.......
..I
North American Edison Oo—

10434
10434

9934
10034
9834
»

Nashville Gas A Heating Oo—
104
1st M gold 6s 1937 guar ..MAN
58 1937 mot guar)—.....MAN / 41
Nashville Railway A Lignt—
107
Oons g 5s 1963 opt 1908—J&J
100
Ref A ext gold 6s 1968—JAJ
Nassau El RR—See Bklyn Queens
103
Nassau A Suff Ltg 6s 1945—FAA
Nat Elec Pow Oo deb 6s 1978 J&J
9534
Nat Pow A L deb 6s 2026 A. FAA
Deb 6s 2030 ser B.
86
...MAN
Nat Public Service Oorp—
Debenture gold 6s 1978..F&A
Certificates of deposit—
X
Nat Toll Bridge 6s stmp *39.JAJ
Neb-Iowa Bdge 634s 1943-F&A f —Nebraska Pow 1st 434s 1981.JAD
Deb 6s 2022
..MAS
82
Nev Calif Elec 1st 6s 1956... AAO
Debs 6s July 1941
90
JAJ
Newark Gas 6s Apr 1 1944—Q-J
12034
Newark Oons Gas con 6s *48.JAD
11634
New Amsterdam Gas—See N Y
GELHAP
New Brunswick (Can) Pow Oo—
1st M 5s 1937
MAS
New Brunswick iNJ) Lt H A Pow
4s Dec 151939—
10434
102
New Oastle (Olty of) W 6s'41 JAD
New England G A E Association
Deb g 5s 1947.....—.—MAS
6434
Oonv deb 5s 1948.......-J&D
64
Oonv deb 5s 1960—.....MAN
65
Convertible deb 5s 1962—.JAJ
65
New Eng Pow Assn 6s 1948.AAO
76

I

'/ ii

—

w

-

ft

uou

1WOO

H«r

Serial 5% notes 1936.....AAO
r
North Carolina Pub Serv (To—
Sallsb A Spencer 5s 1945.M&N
orth Continent Utilities Ooiu-

:y'i
108

1st coll A ref 534® *48 ser A. J&
North Hudson Lt H A P oo

,.

10934
104

434

14

434
4034
11034
118
85
93

Gen'l loan A coll

534s 1961.J&

87

65

6534
78

11034
111

11034

11134

55
104 H

121
104

„

.

92
103
113
110

U134
10834
10634

11134
10834

10434
10334
10234




„

66

78

ser

E—J&D

106
,

11734

* 166
,

10634

* 105M
10234

IP4O&J

acific Northwest Pub Serv—
Conv deb 6s 1960
MAS /
aclflc Power A Light Ckn—
1st M 6s 1956...........FAA

114

1734
80

Telegraph—

tj■if g 6s 1937-.JAJ 2

Ref M 5s 1952 series A.
MAN
Parr Shoals Pow 5s 1952—..AAO
wsalc A Newark El Traction—

lll34

10534
11034

6s 1937—

JAD

...

95

86

Paterson Ry—See Pub Serv
Oorp
Paterson A Passaic Gas A Elec

117
64

10334

m

6s

103

TKS7"

"uo xracuon—

1964————.....JAJ

95

mi mmm

Pecos Valley Power A

10734

Light Oo*
A—....MAN / 7534
Debenture 7s 1942
JAJ / 12
Peninsular Tel Oo 1st 634" *51 JAJ
10534
Penn Oentra 1 Light A Power Oo—
A ref 434" 1977—
98
MAN
1st 5s 1979——..MAN
101
l8t 6Ms iOS7

Jfc 10734

10934

llO"

104
104

105
105

10734
10834
10734
10434

ser

7734
15

10634
9834

Penn-Ohio Edison Oo—

Debgd. 1960

/

14

16

5934
24

6034
2534

60

ser A.
MAN
Without warrants..
Deb 534* 1959 ser B—...FAA
....

50

*/99
/ 99

63"

5348^66 ser A..MA8

IstUenAref 6s 1958.
Deb 6s 1940—.......

1634

1734

9334
lOOM
8134
93
90
80

106
106

^

Oo—

1st M 434s 1981———AAO

17
17
22

Pennsylvania State Water Corn—
1st Men 634" 1952 series A-HAR
Penn Teleg 5* 1960 ser O—.JAD
Penn Water Oo 5s 1940—...

82

?/ 16
/ 20
Series B I960-.
_.FAJ ;
80
Northwestern Power Oo Ltd—
IrtmUconv 6s '60serAlj&J JT 3334
Oertiflcates of deposit.
/ 3334
Northwestern Pub 8erv Oo—
1st m 6s ser A 1957
;.JAJ fc 9534
NVestern Teleg 1st 434s.'44
10234
Northwestern Utilities, Ltd-

MA8
JAD

53
100
100

Pennsylvania Pow A Light
/

9634
9034

n

Pennsylvania Electric Oo—
Is* A ref 4m 1971 ser F— MAN
1st A ref 6s ser H 1902
AAO
Pennsylvania Gas A Elec Oorp—
Deb gold 6s 1976 ser A—MAS
Pennsylvania Gas A Elec Oo
1st 1A ref

L16

96

P«m Pub 8 1st 6s serO '47.MAN Jfc 10734
1st A ref 6s series D 1964.JAD 103

108

Penn Water A Powers f 5s '40JAJ
1st ref 434« 1968 ser

_

B—JjffAS

10434
100
106
106
114

10734

3434
3434

.

97

b Basis,
f This price includes accrued interest.
Oct. 1 at 100.

£

^

101

109

§2
4334

1st A ref mtge 6s 1943.M&S

Pacific Gas A El ref 5s '42
J&J
1st
MfM 6» 1941 ser B.JAD
1st A ref 6s 1955ser D—..J&D

104

...

New York Edison Oo—
1st lien A ref 634s 1941...AAO
:: 1st 1A ref 6s ser B 1944—AAO
1st 1A ref 6s 1961 ser O..AAO

10534

MAS

~

W'chester Ltg5s'66_J

10134

>

*J$34

Los Aiigeles-Padflc RR—

'aclflc Teleph A

98
93

k 10334

Certificates of deposit.
Northwestern Elevated (Ohic)lst mtge 5s 1941 opt
M
Certificates of denosit—

10234

Gas—See

Refunding 6s 1061

...

1°3

Los Angeles Pacific Oo—
1st ref g 4s I960 opt *15.. J&j

9934

104

8 f deb <£Us 1943. MAN

9334
.

* }W

....

9634

m

96

1st • f 6s 1952—.......MAS
Pacific Coast Power 6s 1940.MAS
Pacific Elec Ry g 6s 1942—JAJ

1st A re4* 4Hs '69 ser P...JAD
1st Aref M 4sser G1964..JAD

98

N'west Olties Gas 6s 1049—.J
Northwest Louisiana Gas—
1st M
634; 1933 with w&rr.JJ
Northwest Blec 1st 6s 1935.M/

87*

634s series O 1939——AAO
534s series D 1945—...... JAJ
6s series E 1946
.AAO
Ozark Power A Water Oo—

84

.....

84

—

7834

81

Northern

105

6s 1952
N Y A East River
NYGELHAP

10434

Pac L A P Oo 1st 6s

Coll tr s f g 6s 1940
opt... JAJ /
Northern Utilities Oo—
1st lien s f 6s 1943 ser A—MAN

§134
82

96

Newp News A Old Pt By A El
1st g 6s Nov 11938—..MAN
100
Newport Water 6s 1953—
10434
New Rochelle Wat 634a '51-M&N
100
1st 6s series B 1951.
.MAN Jfc 9934
NY Oent Elec 1st 634* '60.M&S
9034

MAS

10534

Refunding 434s 1961
534% notes 1940........
Northern Texas Elec Oo—

♦Z&5734

—JAJ

7734

10634
10834
10634

104

1st A ref 6s 1944—

....

8134

Bef A coll tr 6s 1957 ser A.AAO
Ottawa Trac 1st.534a July '55J&D
Ottawa Valley Power Oo—
1st M s f 534s 1970—AAO
titer Tail Power Oo (Minn)—

38
11134

Oo—

Newport Gas Lt 6s A 1961—J&D
Newp News A Hamp By G A E—

-

io

10034

106

1st lien A ref 5s 1956—..FA
Got A ref 6s 1947 ser A...M&
Northern Penna Power Oo—
1st A ref 6s 1956 ser A
J&
1st A ref 6s 1962—
I&&
Northern States Power Co—

——.FAA

1st A ref 434" 1957

10434

108

5s 1958

Extl sink fund 5s 1963
Ottawa L H A Power—

n

:

m

Oregon Elec Ry 6s '33 opt..MAN /

105

10734

/

89 M

10534
MAS
Debenture gold 6s 1940—.MAS Jfc 10234
99
Okla Natural Gas 6s 1946 A—J&J
1st m 6s 1948 ser B
8834
FAA
Oklahoma Power A Water
80
1st m 6s 1948 ser A
.FAA
102
Okla Power Holdings 5 Ms *43 JAJ
39
Oklahoma By 1st A ref 6s *41. J&J
Old Dominion Pow 5s May 15 *51
7334
Omaha A Ooun Bluffs Ry A Br
1st sf 6s 1947
99
AAO
Omaha A Council Bluffs 8t By—
28
Income 5s 1937—
....JAJ
Ontario Pow 5s *43 op to '13-F&A
11234
Ontario Transmission Oo Ltd—
110
1st gu g 6s *45 op bef '16—MAN
1st M 5s 1950——

95

4«s 1970 serE. JAJ
Northern N Y Utilities Inc—
1st M A ref 6s 1963
..J&
1st lien A ref 7s 1946 A
MAN
1st lien A ref 6s 1947 B...M&N
1st 1 A ref 6s 1943 O.....M&N
1st 1A ref 534s ser D '49—J&D
1st 1 A ref 5s 1955 ser E..JAD
Water town LAP 6s 1959.J&J
Northern Ohio Pow A Lt—
Gen A ref 534s 1951
k
M&
Northern Ohio Trac A Light—

6534

IK)

-

'

105

IstAref

10934

New Orleans Olty A Lake—
1st • f 6s 1943——J&J

i

North Ind Gas A El 6s '52. .MA]
Northern Ind Pub Serv—
1st A ref 5s 1966 ser O—,M&]
1st Aref 6s 1969 ser D
.MA

118

A...JAD

.

534s 1946—._M&
North El Oo A Nor Pap Mills—
1st M 5s 1934-1948.
..MAI

12034
11634
10234

ser

.

....

104

1st A ref

1st 6s 1952 series A.—..JAD
1st 434* 1961 ser B—...MAN
New Hampshire Pow 6s Dec.1943

Inc 6s Nov 1949

V:;.

.

_

7934
107

......F A A
10234
Nsw Mexico Power—
1st M 6s 1958
.JAJ
New Orie&na Pub Service Oo—
1st A ref 6s 1962 series A..AAO
8034
j
1st A ref 6s 1955 series B—JAD
8034
Gen M 434s 1936
.JAJ */*6534
6s stamped 1942........
63
..

.....

4434
106

1st A cons ■ f 6s '48 op 15J&:
Northern Conn Power Co—

12234

Deb 634s 1964
...JAD
New Eng Pow 1st 5s 1951—-JAJ
blew Eng Tel A Tel—

109

Northern Oallfornla Power—

....

New Haven Water—
1st A ref 434s A 1957——J&D
1st A ref 434s B 1970——AAO
1st A ref 434s 01981
.MAS
N J A Hud Rlv By A Ferry—
1st gold 4s 1950 opt
..MAS
N J Pow A Lt 1st 434s '60—AAO

9934

104

Jfc

■

13

85

9934

101

(Hoboken, N J) 5s 1938..AAI
North Jer St Ry—See P S
Corp.
North Penn Gas Oo—
IrtM A lien 534s 1967- .MAN
North Shore Ooke A Chemical—
6s A 1947.—
......M&i
North Shore Electric Co—
1st A ref g 5s '40 op '20—-A&C
North Shore Gas Co of Illinois—
1st gold 6s 1937 opt
..FAA
Northeastern Public Service—

102

8334

10534

105

70

Ohio Valley Water 6s 1954...J&J
Ohio Water Serv 6s A 1958.FAA
Oklahoma Gas A Electric—

Oregon-Washington Water Serv—
2 1st M 5s 1957 series A
J&D
99)4 Oslo Gas A El Works (Norway)—■

99

Narragansett Elec Oo—
1st M 5s 1957 ser A.. ....JAJ
1st 6s sink fund ser B1967. JAJ
6s series O 1958
JAD

28

52

1st
....

106

67"

E 1961M&N

Ry 1st M 6s '46JAD

Valley Gas Oorp—

Orange A Pas Val B—See P S Core
Orange A Rockland Elec Oo—

102
112

10534

Mutual Telep (Pa) 1st 6s45.AAO
Mutual Un Tel—See West Un Tel

New Jersey Water
1st M 6s 1960

8934
85

1st A ref 5s 1938-.—
JAJ
1st M 6s 1938 series B....JAJ
Muncle W W 6s Oct 2 1939.AAO

ser

Term/Oleve) 6s 1947—J&D /

1st 6 34s 1943 (with war) ...J&J

104

102

Morgantown Water 6s 1965

Ohio

.1

...

10634
9734

4934

1st A ref 534s

^

Oh o Val Elec

/

Power—

10634

108
110

Ohio

92"

Jfc 103

Montana-Dakota Power Oo—
Ext 1st 534®-634« 1944
JAJ

10234

10734

10434
11334

112
1st M A ref 734s '46 ser A. AAO
1st A ref 7s 1947 ser B—FAA
11134
1st A ref 6s 1963 series O.M&8 k 10834
1st A ref 5sl954 ser D.. MAS k 10434
k 105

10934

mmmm

1st M 534s 1962....—..w.
1st M 6s 1952
...JAJ
New York State Rye—

106

Ohio Pow 1st A ref 6s 1952 B JAJ
1st A ref 434s 1966 ser D.J&D
Bob g 6s 2024—.—.—JAD
Ohio Public Service Oo—

10134
10234

2434

-J&D / 3034
103
Ogden Gas 6s 1945——; MAN
97
Ohio Assoc Telep 6s A 1962.JAJ
Ohio Oent Telep 1st 6s '47—JAJ
86
Ohio Oitles Water Oorp—
85
1st m col tr 634s 1963 ser.A J&J
106
Ohio Edison 1st 6s 1957
AAO
1st A consol 6s 1960.....FAA
85
Ohio Elec Pow 1st M 6s 1957 JAD
107
Ohio L A Pow 1st6s 1944..MAN

634s 1947

NT Y A Richmond Gas Oo—

103

115

9434
1734
1734
50
9
33

103

-JAD /

Oberpfals Elec 7s 1946

Ocean Olty Costal Hlghw Bdge—

10834

NY&EB Gas 1st g 6s '44.
Oon 6s 1945
NY&Westch Ltg 4s 2004Deb g 6s 1964 op guar.
8 Y Power A Light Oorp—

Monongahela Light A Pow Oo—

Montana

Bonds
Nova Scotia Light A Power Oo—
1st Msf 6s 1958 ser A. —JAD

)

55""

53
52

Bid.

ASk

N Y Gas Elec L H A P Oo—

r

Missouri Power A Light—
1st M 534s 1966 ser A
MAS
1st M 4H« 1968 ser B
MAN
Missouri Public Serrice Oo—
First mtge 6s 1947 ser A..PAA
Mo Bit Sioux Olty Bdge Oo—
1st s f 6s 1963
MAS l6
Mobile Bay Bridge 7s 1951-J&J
2nd sink fund 7s 1951
—J&J
Mobile Gas Service Oorp—
1st 6s 1956——————AAO
1st cum inc 9s ser A *56—A&O
Mob Lt & BR 1st g 6s '37—J&D
Oons g 6s 1941..........MAS
Monmouth Oons Wat 6s *66. J AD

Monongahela Valley Traction—
1st M g 5s '42 opt '22——J&D
Monongahela Valley Water—
1st M 6Its 1950 series A—J&J
Monongahela West Penn Pub Ser
1st Hen A ref 534s ser B '53 FA A
Mont Cities Gas 7s A 1937.MAN

Bid

Bonds.

Ask.

7734

k Last sale,

n

Nominal.

*

:
mmmm

99

Negotiability impaired

by maturity,

f Called Sept. 1 at 105.

i

t Called

UTILITY BONDS

PUBLIC

82

"P and Income and defaulted bonds.
the month preceding the date of issue.

NOTICE.—All bond prices are "and Interest" except where marked
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of
Bid

Bonds.

99

Peoples Gas (N J) 1st 6s !0S.J*D
People's G L & (Joke. Onicaxo—
1st cons g 0a 1943-------A&o
Refunding gold 6s 1947—MAS
1st & ref 4s 1981ser B..-JAJ
1st & ref 6s ser O 1967----J&D
Ohlc G L A O 1st 6s 1937—J&J
Oonsum Gas 1st g 6s 30--JAB
Ind Nat GAO g 6s 30gu-MAN
Mutual Fuel Gas g 6s 47 MAR

117

85
101

86
102

1st consol 4s 1948
Prior lien 6s 1948----

i-.-

104 H

56

99

;

■

•••"

100
65 H

99

99H

28
104 X

110%

101%

'

104 H
110 J
101"

80

98
83

88

29

32

32
30
30
* 113

35

AAO

1934----JAE
6s 60AAC
United Trac 6s 1997 ctfs -JAJ
West End Trac con 6s 38-JAJ
Phila Elect let 6s 1960
AAO
1st M 4s 1986
-----AAO
1st lien A ref m 4 He 1967 MAR
1st A ref 4s 1971
-JAA
Philadelphia Elec Power Co—
1st mtge 5Hs 1972——Faa

■

33

106 X
106

105 X

107
106%
105 X

109H

111

St By—■

40

1956----------FAA

Philadelphia Rapid Transit—
Ooll tr g 6s 1957 opt s f—FAA
S f guar 5s '62 opt 17
MAS
6s geld 1902—
MAE
1st m r e 6s 1944-.-—
JAJ
Darby Media A Ohes St By
1st 4Hs '36 opt '16 gu—JAJ
Best Mantua ATTairm 5H» '3S
Market Street Elev Pass Rj
1st g gu 4s 1955
MAN
Union Traction—
Elec A Peo 4s tr ctfs 45-AAO /

....

81

83
88

90

93
28

74

93

14

107
103 H

105 X

r/

15

105H
17

Hydro-El Oo (Italy)
1st A ref s f 0H» 1900ser A A<!

*»* w-L

WW w WUDB

Rys—See

Pittsburgh

41H
102
97 H
107

•»-'

43

103
98 X

109

100
108

6s 1950 -MA

105""

26
14H

26 H
16

105

Portland(Me) Gas L 5s A '60 AA<
Portland General Elec Go—

74 X
106%

MA
exten to 1950----JA

1st & ref 4Kb I960

Deb 5Hs series A 1949
JAJ
Public Utilities Consol Oorp—

...

1st A ref M 5s

74 X
107 X

'

104%
104%

97 X

*

Serv

Um

81

...-1—AA
notes 1936
TA

104 X

107"

kl!6„

1st M 5s

Portland (Ore)

100""

103

80

26 H

29 H

32 X

35%

f 31%
f 31%
f 31%
f 32

34
33 X

102

68

96

J

Telep 6s 1944—-•>

If
Postal Teleg A Cable 5a 63-..
Potomac Edison Oo—
k
1st mtge 6s 1966 ser E—M
k
1st M 4Mb 1901 series F—A
Potomac El Pow—
Cons M g 5s 1936 guar—JAJ k
Gen Men A ref 6s 1963
A " ~
Po ver Oorp of Canada Ltd—•

95

87

89

34X

....

107 X
110%

101

mmmm

113H
21
/
7

1H

108
107 %
103

h
A—MAN

(Ga) Ry A L 5s '46—AAC
Elec Lt A P—

100

1948—1

mm

i

87
94

St Ulalr Oounty

83 H
93

102 H

/

31

'

(ill) Gas A El—

102

....

Public Service Oo of Colorado—

St Joseph Ry, Lt
1st g 5s Nov 1
1st A ref 5s 1941

Public Service Oorp of N JTrust certs 6% perpet—
Oamden Sub lBt 6s 1940

QOC O

Consolidated Traction—
Extended 6s 1938
Ells Plain! A Cent Jersey
1st g 5s Dec 1 1950--.
Eliz A Raritan Riv 5s *54.

)

87

Elizabeth A Trent 5s '02

*'Indus. Bds'
St Louis Public Service—
Oonv 6% notes ext to *34—JA.
St Louis Spring! A Peoria RR—

/

r
)

Ss Jersey Gas

i/O

iOUVaai

112
110

54
100

85

15
90

105H

3

115

ser

B

25-yr 5Ha I960

...FAA

aer

86

86

107
97

San Antonio Tr 1st 5s '49...MA

1st A r6f 6s ser

99

90 X

92
mmmm

■■

107
106

■

77

MAN

South Carolina Power Oo—
*
1st Men A ref 5a 1957
JAJ
South Coast Oo 6Ha 1943—-JAJ /

mmmm

79.y

95

48

——

Corp.

South Pittsburgh Water Oo—
lat lien A ref 5s i960 ser A.JAJ
1st hen A ref 5s 1960 ser B. JAJ
1st M 5s 1955
FAA
So Texas Gas 0Hs 1938 A—MAS

103
104 X
104 X

101X
92

83

r

46 H
85

108

Refunding 5o 1952....
MA
Refunding 5a 1954..
JAD
Ref mtge 3 Ha May 1 I960
Ref mtge 3Hs ser B July 1 '60suthern California Gas Oorp—
Collateral trust 5s 1937—MAM

93"?

45X

Southeast PAL deb 6s 2025 .MAS
Southeastern Gas A Water Co—
1st lien 6s 1944
JAD
1st lien 6s x-w 1941—...JAD

108 H

104 %

105 H
97 X
97 X

101 x

102

106""

105 H

1st A ref 4 Ha 1981
MAS
1st M A ref 4s Aug 1 1965-FAA

■

105

Southern California Gas Oo—
1st A ref 6Hs 1952 aer B..MAS **102X
1st A ref 5a 1957
MA8 x 104
99 H

100

106

South Calif Telep lat M 6s 1947
Southern Canada Pr Os Ltd—

105 H

40

Utilities Oo—

1st lien A coll 5s 1958
AAv
S f deb 6s 1958 ser A—Faa /

45 H

47

20

mmmm

99

1st g 6s 1947 series A
JAJ
Southern Counties Gas (Calif)—
1st M 4Hs 1968
MAN

99%

103 H

105

Southern Gas Oo—

AAO

101H

Southern Gas Utilities, Ino—
1st M ■ f 6 Hi 1939 ser A.MAS
South Ind G A E 5Hs *57—AAO

100H
106 X

....

101 x
107

97

Deb g 5s
*Ov

O

U 72O

JIIFvv

Ov*

mmmm

.

._;./.mmmm

f

1st lien 6s 1937 with warr AA
Certificates of deposit

f

24X
24X

20
26

Southern Utah Power Oo—

99"

MJ

H- o o

98

Southern United Gas Oo—

107 X

1st M 5Ha May 1

87X

I960—-MA

104

.

\f

Southwestern Assoc Telep Co—
1st M 5s 1961
AA

I—'H*

—

123
114

106 X
105 X

wOVJ%

A-'

98

97
121
112

Southern Wise Pow 5a 1938
So'west Gas Util 0Hs 1943-MA]

O 1947—..MA
1st mtge 4s May 1 1965
San Diego Water Supply Oo—

/This price includes accrued interest." k Last sale,
♦ Negotiability impaired by maturity,
t Called Oct. 1 at




30

104 X

% Dec 1 1943-.JAD

106"

102

103 H

Southwestern Bell Telep—
1st A ref M 5s 1954 ser A.FA

89
105

16
84

86

108 H

110H

103 H
103

103 %
103 X

Southwestern Gas A Elec Oo—

lat mtge 5s 1957 ser A
—lat M 5s 1957 ser B

1st 6s series O 1901.

b Basis.

104 H
104
102

Somerset Un A Middlesex Ltg—

Cities

m mm

Southern Trao—See Phila Os.

Oonsol Gas A Elec—

I

105.

\

101
98

O.FAA

1st M 5a 1980
JAJ
Sioux Oity Serv 6o 1§51
JAJ
Snow Mt Wat A Pr 5a
1937-JAJ
Somerset Lighting 5s 1939—>AA

South Bay Oonsol Water—
1st ref 5s 1950

t

103 X
103

...MtS

86

Public Service-

1st A ref 0s ser

El A Trac—

A

ser

86

111^

FAA

Oorp a f 0Ha '40FAA
Oity Gas A Elec Oo—

1947
1st 6s 1949

99 %

105
99 H

111
28

ervice."

104
San Antsnls

04
105
97 H

ft 1949 opt

Sioux

S I deb 0Ha 1930 ser A

—-

84

6s

San Dlegs

)

103

1st A ref 5s 1900 ser A...MAS
Sierra A San Francises Pswer—
Irt 8

Southern

105

100

....

—-

99 %

10

100

103X
)

f

104

84

50""

1st sink fund 6Ha 1952...JAD

a

-7-

101

Southern Natural Gas Oorp—

oPubS
112

97

)
AtfSV

....

89
R T.

85X

90

:

:

5

105
1st M 5s 1955 ser A
AAO
Southern Cities Pub Serv Go—
Oonv deb 6s 1949..MAN / 36

94

St Paul Gas Light—

62
72

)

awl y CUOIUv

106%

;

84

i

J O Hob A Pat 4s 1949Nor Jer St Ry 4s 1948-.

Orange A Passaic Valleylst 6s 1938
Pateraon Ry—

106 %

St L Gas A Ooke.See

132X

r

131
ioo

r

m

~

Southern Oolorado Pswer Os—

103 X
104 X
100 x

W

102

103 X
99%
103
107.

104 H

MLU
Deb 6s 1946
Pub Ser of Indiana 6s 1952

105""

iid~"

106
92

94""
32H

99
50 H

Southern Bell Telep A Teleg—
1st s f g 5s 1941 opt 1916—JAJ
Sou B'vard—See Third Ave Ry.
Southern California Edison—

100
89 %

Rutland Ry Lt A P 1st 6s'46-MAt

92

m

....

108

104 H
107

101

—

10

40""

39

107

iwoo

23""

101

35""

106X

95 H

1914..MAS

Seuth Jer G E A T—See Pub tterv

Rumford Falls Pew-

6s Dec. 1 1957.--

ISC OttS

110H

Telep Oorp—

Gen M4Hs May
1st 4s 1945—

Lighting Oo—

a

fk 55

Power Corp

of N Y—
Deb gold 5Hs 1947
Power Gas A Water Sec Ooi
Ooll tr 6s 1948 with warr.

——

93 X
99 X

Rome (N Y) Gas.

106 H

94 H

99 X
99 X
104
99
If* ooll tr 4Hs ser D 70—AAO
Sheboygan Elec—See East Wis El ec Co.
103
Shenango Val Water 5a 1956AAO
Shlnyetsu Elec Pow (Japan)—
85 X

lat

2d 5s g 1933 ctf dep
Rochester A Syracuse RR—
1st M conv 5s ctfs 1957-MAN /

Rome

86
n

37

64%

Roch Ry A Lt 5s '54 opt
JAJ
Roch Ry cons 5s g 1930—AAC /

94

66
31

..MAS /
KefS 5b.1949 opt 1914
AAO /
s f 6s 1930
FAA /
Second Ave Trao—See Phila Oo—

100

108 %

99 H

Porto Rico

g

63%

1948 series CLMAE

1st M 5a 1938

WM

1st 6s

RR—

1st ref 4Xa 1958 ser

......

77

Seattle-Everett Traction—

3 lesian Elec

105 %

Rockland Light A Pow—

v

29

32 X

103 X

84

92

63

/

Shawlnlgan Water A Power Oo—
1st MA cols f 4 Hs *07SerA AAO
1st col tr 4Xu'68 ser B—MAN
1st coll tr 5s 70 ser O
FAA

71

69"

y 105
1st A ref 5s 1946 ser B
i
102 X
1st A ref 4X* 1953 ser O—JAJ
104
..ockford Elec Oo 1st 5s '39-1"' '

66

94
94

Sedalla(Mo)Wat 5Hs 1947-FAA

89

84

104

93
93
75

Deb

99
98

88

Gas A Ooke—-

103

A.. FAA

1961

Seattle

99

83

r.

108

1st 5s 1944...

Ry A El 5s 1953—FAA
Roanoke W W 5s 1950
JAJ

Rochester

107 H

Scranton Transit ser 5s A 1959—
4s series B 1959

a

08%

Rio Grande valley Gas Oo—
1st M 7s 1937 ser A
AAO
Riverside Trac—See Pub Ser Qori
Roanoke G-L 5He 1951
FAA

Deb g 5s 1963
MAS
Rochester Gas A Elec Oorp—

105 X

5a,

ser

Income 3s 1959

106

-MA

Rochester Central Power Oorp—

1st A ref 6s 1967

76 X
73 X

116

Richland Public Service—
1st A ref 5s 1937
AA
Richmond (Ind) W W Oorp—

66'"
31

Scran ton-Spg Brook Water Serv—

72 X

/

Cons 6s 1955

1st M 5s 1957
Richmond (S I) Lt A
1st coll tr g 4s 1952

82

'

78

Extl deb 6s 1953

12"
75

29

Scranton Elec 5s *37 spt 12.JAJ
Scranton Gas A Water Oo—
1st 4Ha 1958-.
MAS

76

Rhine-Westphalia El Pr (Germ'y)

mmmm

63

/

2d 3s, 1959

80

.

100

103
Sayre (Pa) Elec 5s 1947
-AAO
/
6
Schenectady Ry 1st 5s 1948
70
Scioto Val Ry A Pr 1st 0a'43-JAD
Scran ton Ry A Bus Oo—
74 H
1st 5s series A 1959..
1st 4s series B 1959

k

92H

99 X
105

'62.JAJ

22

,

Republic Service Oorp—
Wat

——

....

103 X
103
91

F 1955.M&S

ser

&
20

}
1st coll tr 5s 1951

;-

lie"

110

aao

A

ser

1st A ref 0s 1945 ser B...AAO
1st A ref 4s 1947 ser D_..Q-Jan

106 H

MA8

Ref 4H« 1958
MAS
Oonv g deb 6Hs 52 ser A.AAO
Railway A Light Securities—
Sink fund 5s ser "8" *51-N
Sink fund 5s ser "9" '52.1V
Sink fund ser "10" '53-1

f 5s 1955

s

Savannah Elec Os 5s g

1938
MAS
1st col tr conv 6 Ha 1948—AAO
Puget Sound Power A Light—
1st A ref 5Hs 1949
JAD
1st A ref 5s 1950 ser CJ
MAN
1st A ref 4H® 1960 ser D.JAD
Quebec Power Oo—
1st M A coll tr s f 6a 1968.JAD
Queenaboro Gas A El 5b '52-JAJ
Ref 5s 1955

1st

*104
* 103 X

MAS

1st M 5Xb 1948
Secured conv 6s

5

-i.

105
106

Savannah Elec A Power Oo—
1st A ref 7 Xb 1941 ser A-AAO

105

JAB t 104 H
1970—...FAA 1104 H

Rochester A Lake Ontario
Water 5s, 1938-.-..—...

103

J
/

J»iov.

IOO'X

103 H

102

85

Portland Elec Pow

MAS
D.MAN

AAO
Public Service Subsidiary Conp—

Gen Id 5 Xa

Phila
»

rouioiauio

San Jose Water Wks 5s 1953. JAJ
Santa Barbara Tel 5s ser B'61 .JAJ
sauda Falls Os Ltd—

Roanoke

Piedmont

*

100X

k

51H

1st 5s 1946 ODt aft 1910 JA1)

1st A ref 4Hs 1967-

7% sec.
23

105

WW

157H

Pub Serv Oorp of Long Island—
1st 6s 1934
-JAJ

1st A ref 4X»
1st ref 4s 1971

X

ioo"

1st A ref 4His 1980 ser E—JAJ
100
1st A ref 4H# 1981 ser F .AAO
1st lien A ref 6Hs ser H '62JAJ 1105
99 M
1st 1 A ref M 4%s ser I '60-JAJ

let mtge 5s 1961 ser O
First mtge 5s 1957 ser

Sandusky Bay Bdgelst0Hs'42JAJ
Francisco Bay Toll Bridge—
1st M sink fund 6Hs '67-MAN
Deb s f 7s 1942...
MAN /
San Jsaqnin Lt A Pswer
Osrp—
123
Unif A ref 6s 1952 ser B-MAS
San Joaquin Light A P®wer—

San

104 X
102

106K

94

13

105 X

Vf CBPVWU

1st A ref g 5s 1966 op *21 - AAO
lot A ref 5s I960 series O-MAN
1st A ref 4Xb 1978 ser D.MAN

Rhine-Ruhr
26

70

103

UIAC* W

Public Service Co of Nor 111—

84

80
86

People's Traction Oo—
P P By tr ctfs 4s 43 -FAA / 26
75
Union Traction 4s 1952-JAJ
Phila Subur-Oountles Gas A Elec
106 H
1st A ref 4Kb 1957
MAN
Phila Sub Water Oo—

m

1960—FAA

105

Public Service Elec A Gas Oo—

62

So Trac 1st A coll trg

1st 5s

99

103 H
100H

Duquesne Trac 1st 5s *80--.J as
Morn'side El St By 5s 36 A.AO

Phila A Garretsford

105
104
101

B.AAO

«er

101

99

Public Service O® of N H—
1st A ref 6s 1956 ser A—MAN

1st A ref. 4Hs 1957
1st mtge 3Hs ser O

Ask.

Bid.

Bonds.

Ask

Bid.

Bonds.

Publlo Service Oo of Oklahoma97

MAN
MAN
—FAA

Id Ave Tr 1st 6s

56
6

5

-MAN

Rys 5s 1953-

109""

108

Philadelphia Company—
Secured gold 6s 1907------J AD
Ardmore Street 6s 1958--AAC
DuquesneLt lstM4H» 07 AAO
1st M 4Hs 1957------MAP
1st M3Ms June 1 1965-JAD

Plttsb

105 X

102

1st con 6s 19481st A ref 6s 1950
Debenture 4s I960—.—-——

w

107

106 JHj

--JAJ
J&J
Peoples Tract—-See Phila R T.

Peoria Water Works po—

92

116
106

Corp—

Peoples Light A Power
1st lien 6He 1941
Oonv deb 5s 1979

As*

J4
MA
M A I

n Nominal,
r Called Sept. 1 at 105.
x Called Sept. 1 at 104.
104H. X Called Aug. 30 at 105.
** Called Sept. 1 at 102H-

104 H

Called Oct. 1 at

UTILITY

PUBLIC

Sept., 1935]

83

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.

Bonda.

Bid.

Oo—
F&A
F&A

Southwestern Light A PoW
1st M 5a 1957 ser A
1st M 6s 1957 ser B

Bonds.

Ask.

95

97%

Southwestern Natural Gal Oo—

1st s f 6s 1945
man
Southwestern Power A LightDeb g 6s 2022 series A
MAS

87 X

•

89

89

Southwestern Public Service Oo—
1st M s f 6s 1946 ser A
JAJ
Southwestern States Telep Oo—
1st M 6s 1948
MAS
Southwest Gas Oo—
1st tm 6Kb '37 with w»rr. MAN
Southwest Telep 6e B 1947-MAS

;

•

m

99%

10034

52%

mm

49

■

1st g 5%s 1954 ser A
Elev RR—See N

T*

Union

108

101%

Springfield (Mo) Gas A Eleo Oo
1st mtge 6s 1967 ser A--.JAD
Springfield Terminal Ry 7s 1942.
Standard Gas A Elec of Delaware

10234

50
55

56
49

1936......AAO

Standard Power A L Oorp—
Deb g 6s 1967
..—FAA

49%

49%

I960.......JAD

Union Water Wks Oo—
1st lien 534s 1942

57

8*

30

4s Feb 1 1940
United Light A Power

United

10234
102%

JAD
62—AAO
Syracuse Gas g 6a 1946-....JAJ
Syracuse Lighting 6s g 1961 -JAD
1st A ref 6Us 1964.
FAA
5s series B 1957...-----JAJ
Syrac Rap Tr 1st g 6s 1946-MA8
2d mtge g 5a 1930
JAJ
Tawny-Palmyra Bridge—

10334
10234

106

16

334

5

-

84%
10234

JAD

70

71%

79

80

1st M 6s 1943------ ....FAA
s f 6s series A 1955—MAN

92

67

94
-

99

99%
9334
9634

90

9534

Tennessee Public Service—
1st A ref 6s

1970—-----A&O

Hydro Eleo 6%s 1953.FAA
Haute Traction A Light—
con M gj>s 1964..—MAN
Haute W W Oorp—
M 6s 1949 ser A
JAD
1st M 5s 1956 ser B
FAA
Tsxarkana W 1st 6s '68—-FAA
Texas Cities Gas 1st 6s '48..MAN
Texas Elec Ry 5s 1947
JAJ
Tex Trac 1st 6s 1937 opt—JAJ
Texas Electric Service Oo—
1st mtge 5s 1960—
JAJ
Texas Gas UtU. 6s 1945
J *
Texas-Louisiana Power Oo—
1st 6s 1946 series A
...
1st 5Ms 1960 series B—N
S f deb 6s ser A 1942
B
Texas Pow Oorp 6s 1966—
General 034« 1066
..MAS
Texas Pow A Lt 1st 6s 1937
JaD
Deb g 6s 2022 ser A
JAJ
1st A ref 6s 1966
M"
Third Avenue Ry (New York)
1st ref g 4s 1960 opt aft '14 JAJ
AdJ inc g 5s Jan 1960 opt.. AAO

82

Tern!
Terre
1st
Terre
1st

100

Sou

97

84%

86"

3%
5%

5%

/

100

21

/

8

i

99

55%

/

21%

—78""

82"

50

105%
101

/

r37—J&J
Boulevard_g 6s 1945..JAJ

Union Ry 1st os g 1942..FAA
Westchester El 1st 6s g '43 JAJ
Yonkers Ry 1st 6s 1946—AAO

105%
102

102%

Ave RR 1st 6s g

103%

56%
24
101%
02%

58
25

102

92"

86
65
60

'

m

m'm

m,

97%

Teho Electric Power (Japan)—
1st s f 7s 1955 ser A
MAS15

93

Gen

n

n

75""

73
117
25
10
40

n

1st A ref 534s 1946 ser A-FAA
1st A ref 5s 1950 ser B— JAD
1st A ref 6s series O 1952-MA8
Deb s f 6s 1946
FAA

ser

B

AAO

105
103

106
104

1st M 6 ft 1963
1«* M 5s 19551st lien A ref 6s

-.—-

Fdg ARE M 434s
634s Aug 1 1930
25-year « 5a 1961

5
30

3^-year 5s ext
Mar
Mnt Un0s

25

6% notes 1937.
MAN
Westmoreland Water 1st 5s.. 1952
34

'8*
m

102

89%

80

82

87%
85
k 118

58%

99

96

53"

50

99

100

32
100

32%

106%

99%
104%
102%
105

106%
105

105%

106

105

107

W»1?^.6s'64-A&0

102%
/ 59
98%

60

62

Wisconsin Electric Power Oo—""
1st M 5a 1954 ser A...—FAA

105%

59

Wisconsin Gas A Electric—

106%

57

106

107

5

Willlamsport Water Oo—
1st

1st M

/

/

m

5s Aug 1952

ser

A—MA«

103
60

99%

6%

42%
%
102%
/ 28

.

103
30

50

51%

3

5s 1947

AAO

W&2s,°^,ck,8an Power

Oo—

105%
107

1st M

JAJ

104

105

105

106

105%

107%

434; 1961

Wisconsin Minn Light A Power1st A ref 5s 1944 opt
'19..MAN
Gcd A ref 7s 1947.

1st A ref 8b 1944—.
MAN
Wisconsin Power A Light—

J"! J.* 1f H I066 861 E-MAN
}s! i!en A ref 5"195# Ber F J*D
£ r?T
lrt lien

93

5s

89%
98%

90%

80

82

99

ser

I-}.*
104%

75

76

53

75
54

75%

G 1901-JAJ

1st lien A ref 6s ser
H1952 MAN
Wisconsin Pow. Light A
Heat—
1st A ref 5s 1940
JAD
Wisconsin Public Service
1st 1A ref 0s 1952

104

90%

105

JAJ

105%
106%
106%

89

15 '67-JADlfi

A

111
98

99

98,,

99

97%
103%
102%

AAO

1958-_
VAJ
° '59M&S

J"

106

JAJ

Wlscon RIt Pow 1st 5a 1941
MAN
Wtoc Val El 1st A ref 5s
'42MAN
1st mtge 5%s 1942
MAN

Wolverine Power 7s 1943

JAD

Wyoming Vail P S 6s 1971—AAO
Yadkin River Pow 1st 5s
'41.AAO
Yonkers Ry-—see Third Ave
Ry.
York (Pa) Gas 1st 5s 1941.MAN
York Haven WatAP 1st
5s'5l JAD
York Rys 1st M g 5s '37
Vpt. JAD

•

.

i

.

98%

104%
....

Oorp—

ser

ser
Wise Pub Service Oo—
1st A ref 5e. 1942

o o as s ;
107
105
w

10334
10434
66

26"
106
105

107
103

10634
10534
105%

106"*
105

106
67

67%
106%
'mmmm-

103%

,

Xk<

*

4'-■

'iv "■

.■

n

98%
106%

106
108

98

•

;

Worcester A Conn Eastern
Ry
1st aif g 434s

■■

99

99%

104

59

-

105'"
102%

122

97%

■"

104%
98%

120

■




1st M 5s 1950. ser B.I—FAA
1st m 5s 1960 ser O
MAN

118%

....

95%
97%

A: Last sale,

Whatcom Oo RyALt 5s '35.MAN
Wheeling (W Va) Electric Oo—
1st M 5s 1941 opt
MAN
White Line St Ry 0s 1935—
Wichita Water 6s 1949
MAS

87

■

:v;:

Flat price.

WestphaHa United El Pr (Germ)
1st Msf 6s 1953
JAJ

1943--T.f.yjAJ

108

.

b Basis,

MAS

95%

105%

102%

FAA
JAD

5%to'41.MAN

86

50
8

94

MAS

1 1960

at

48

105
102

'50—MAN

Western Utilities Com—
1st coll tr s f 5%s
1948.-JAD

■!

securities.

g

93

107

84%

JAD

1st 5s series B 1957

100

101
!

67

West Un Teleg coll tr 5s 193S-JAJ

95

104

103%

46%
48
6

West era United Gas A Eleo Oo—
1st 5%s 1955 Ser A
JAD

.

...

1948 ser A—..FAA /
1st lien 6s series B 1950
AAO f
2-yr 0% notes Feb 15 '33-FAA /

37

..

Guaranteed

105

30
68

JAJ

1960-FAA

Western Pow (Oan) 5s 1949. .JAJ
Western P L A Telep—

Western United Oorp—
Go 11 tr s f 6%s 1955

——MAN
w w

90

Western Public Service Go—
1st A ref 5%s 1960
FAA
Western States Utll 6s A '45-AAO

....

mmmm

101%
99

52

_lst M 5s Mar 1941 op
MAS /
3
Wash'n (D O) G L 5s I960—MAN
118
Refunding 5s 1958
JAJ
105%
6s m 1936

107

99

51

92

/

99%

103%

JAJ

II*

Washington Bait A Ann El—

Washington Gas A El Oe—
1st s f 534s 1947
—FAA

99

M&N

61

—JAD /

....

41

MAN

29

M 5s g '30-JAJ

1947

Virginia row Ist 6s 1942—JAD
Virginia Public Service Oo—

....

,

con

5s

1st A ref mtge 5s ser B '54. JAD

__

.

g

g 1942—AAO
Unit Tr (Pittsb)—See PhUa Oo.
United Wat G A E 5s 1941—MAS
Unterelbe Power A Light Oo—
8 f M 6s 1963
AAO
Utah GasA Ooke 1st 6s 1936. JAJ
1st 8s 1936
JAJ
Utah Lt A Tr 1st 6s 1944 A—AAO
Utah Power A Light Oo—
Deb 6s Mav 1 2022
MAN
1st 1 A gen M 6s 1944
FAA
1st 1 A gen M 434s 1944.-FAA
El & P 1st 6s 1960—JAJ
Utlca G A El ref A ext 5s '57-JAJ
Gen 534s 1949 ser O—J&Dlf
Gen M 5s 1956 ser D——AAO
Gen 6s 1952 series E
JAJ
Utilities Power A Light Oorp—
Deb t 534s
1947—-—-_JAD
Deb 5s 1959
.FAA
Utilities Public Service Oo—
Oonv 6a 1933
JAD
Utilities Service 6s 1953 ctf dep..
Oonv deb 634" ser A 1938-FAA
Vamma Water Pow
534s *57. AAO
Vesten Elec Ry 7s 1947
Vicksburg Bridge A Terminal—
6s 1968
MAS
Debenture 7s 1948
MAS
Fa Elec A Pow 1st 6s 1956--AAO

82

107%

81%

y 26

Troy Olty Ry 6s

93%

80%
107%
i00%

80%
75%
51
50
51

79

96

1st 5s series B I960
Conv deb 6s 1935

14

United Tel A Tel 534s A1953 MAN
1st lien 6s ser B 1963
MAN
United Traction (Albany)—
Oon g 434s 2004
.JAD

„

Tide Water Power 1st 6s '79-FAA

Tekye Elec Light Oo (Japan)lst g 6s 1953 series
JAD 15
Toledo Edison 6s 1962
MAN
Tel G E A H con 1st g 6s '85-AAO
Traction A Term'l Oorp 6s '67JAJ
Trenton G A El g 6s 1949—MAS
Trenten St By con g 6a '8S-JAJ
General 6s, 1941-iJAD
Tren Pass Ry 1st ext 6s '61.AAO
Tri-Citles Water 6%s 1942.. JAD
Trl-State Telep A Tel eg—
Atts 1942
MAN
1st M 6s 1942 ser B
MAN
Trey City Ry—See Un Tr (Alb)
Turner Falls Pow A El 6a A *52 JAD
23d Street Ry—See N
Y Rye
Twin Olty Rapid Transit Oe—
1st lien A ref 5tt* 1962..JAD
St Paul Olty Ry—
v.;
Gable cnt 6s 1937..—JAJ16

101

103%
102%

-

Third

84

40%

f
/

AAO /

United Rys of St Louis—
Gen g 4s July 1 1934
JAJ
Olty A Sub Pub Serv 6s *34- JAJ
United Telep (Del) 6s A 1948 AAO

Albany Ry

102'"

1st M 5s 1951

Eq 7%s Feb 16 1936 ..FAA 16

„

109%
119%
107%

78%

West Virginia Gas Oo—
1st s f 6%s'37 with war-JAD
West Va-Ohfo River Bridge—
1st M 634s 1952
_JAJ /
West Virginia Water 5s A *51 FAA

1
1

■

Tenesssee Electric Power—

A—JAD
-JAD
5s 1962 opt--MAN

107

106

{Unit Rye A Elec (Baltimore)
United RaUways of Havana—
„

90

100

1st M 5s 1957 ser A..——AAO

4% notes 1939
—FAA
Western NY Utilities 5s '46-JAD
Western N Y Water Oo—
1st M 5%s 1950
MAN

Oorp—

1st lien 6s 1947 ser O

51

106%

Western Mass Oos—

105%

Conv coll tr 6s A I960
JAJ
Oonv coll tr 5 34s B I960-.-JAJ

101

119

118%
107%
107%

MAS

56"

AAO

warr

75""

—

117%

1st M 5s 1950 series G_—JAD
1st M 4s 1961 ser H
JAJ
West Penn Tr 1st 5s I960—JAD

70

104

United Pub Utll bs 1947 A..AAO /
1st lien 534s 1947 ser B
AAO /

5s 1953
MAN
Tennessee Eastern Elec Oo—

1st A ref 6s 1947 ser
1st A ref 6s 1956

101%
55%
68%

Lt&Rys'Me)6s A '52 AAO

United Pub Utll

Telephone Service (Ohio)—

Tenn Pow gu

56%

United Public Service Oo—
Coll tr 6s 1942 ser A..... AAO

104%
99%
8134
10134

Ref

41

55

MAN

deb 6s 1973JAJ
Un LtARys(Del)deb 5%s'52 FAA
United Power A Light (Kansas)—
1st 6s series A 1944..
JAJ

634s 1933 with

5
5
mmmm

West Texas Utilities Oo—

1st mtge 6s 1947 ser B—FAA

107%
107%
14%

1971-JAJ

40

57%

.

n

105

-JAJ

1st M 5s 1963 series E

5634
9634

116
117 X

Tampa (Fla) Gas 5%s 56—AAO
Telephone Bond A Share Oo—
1958

80
75

Oo—

.

■

00

West End Trac—See PhUa Oo
West Ohio Gas 6s A 1954
/ 47
West Kootenay Pow 5s Mar 1 '66105
West PennEiec. deb ba 2030-AAO
89
West Penn Power—
1st M 5s '46 op *21 ser A.MAb
108

108%

10134

JAD
—J&D

115%

107%

.

110

-MAS
-M&S

100%

4
11434

MAN
1959—AAO

Deb g 634s 1974
1st 1 A consol 534s
Deb g 6s 1975-

108 X

*62 op '07 AAO
Suburban Lt A Pow 6s 1938.FAA
Super-Power Oo of 111—
1st s f g 6s Apr 1

Deb 6s

9934

FAA

1st

107

1st M s f g 5s 1940 op '15—JAJ
Certificate* of deposit.

Elec—»ee 3d av Ry
Westchester Lt 1st g 5s '50--JAE
West End 8t Ry—See Boston E.

Extl 1st a f 7s 1966 ser A..JAD
Without warrants
United Ilium Oo New Haven—

28%

Oonv deb 6s 1938..——MAN
Btettln Pub U til 7s 1946----AAO
Stewart Mt Pr—See Salt Riv Vail
Suburban Gas Oo of Philadelphia

Taiwan El Pow s f 5 Hs

60

106

106

Wayne United Gas 6%s '44-JAD /

(Italy)—

44

105%

Water Service Cos 5s *42—MAS
Watert'n LAP—See No N * ucu.
Waukesha Gas A Electric Oo—
1st 5s 1959

86

111%

Westchester

MAS 15 /

41
3

_

106

84%
111

1st A gen 5s 1960
JAJ
Water bury Gas Light Oo—
1st mtge 4%s 1958
MAN
Waterloo Oed Falls A No Ry—

106%

*75
9634

Unit Elec Oo of N J 4s '49-.JAD
United Elec Rys (Providence)—
Gen ref M 5s Jan 1951 ser A..

United Elec Serv

94"

91
91

FAA

Ooll trust 534s 1941
MAS
Washington Water Power Oo—
1st ref 5s 1939 op
JAJ

106%

10534

JAJ

Gen ref M 4s Jan 1951 ser B.,

1st lien 6s series A 1948—FAA
1st lien 6s 194S ser B
JAD
Standard Telephone Oo—
1st 1 col tr 6 Vis '43 ser a-man

6s 1952
Debenture 7s 1952

94

W Ele*

Union Pub Ser (Del) 6s *39—JAD
UnionPub Sorv(Minn) 5s A'58 JAD
Union
Ry—See Third Ave Ry

Standard Public Service Oorp—

1st 4%s 1968
1st M4Hi 1970
1st M 6s 1961
Sweetwater Water 5%s

92 H

Union Trac—See PhUa R T
Union Water Service Oo—
First lien 534i 1951 ser A-MAN

47 %
47
55

6% g notes 1936......—AAO
Debenture 6s 1961...-—FAA

_

89
85

■m

Union Elec L A Pow of Illinois—

107 %

Oitv A Sub 5s g 1948

Ask.

105%

Washington A Suburban Oos—

106
JAD
Genl mtge 6s 1967 eer B— FA a k 10634
General 5s 1957————AAO
10634
Gen 434s 1957
10534
MAN

52%

01947—.—J&D
1932-.....JAD

6% conv notes

108

Union El Lt A Pow Oo of St L-

■

47

Oonv deb ser A

Debenture 6s

107

Wash Ry A El g 4s 1961
JAD
inacost A Pot 6s 1949—-AAC

Gen 68 series A 1954

Spg Br'k Wat 1st ref 6s '66-AAu

S

Bonds

105

Ujigawa Elec Power (Japan)—
HtMifTi 1945
MAS16

m

Bid.

Ask.

106

1st A ref 5s Oct 1953....AAO
1st I A ref 6 34■ 1946 Ser A.MAS
Tyrol Hydro-Elec Pow Oe—
1st M ■ f 734s 1956
MAM
Guar s f 7s 1952
F&J

__

1st 6s series

Bid.

Twin States Gas A Electric—

•

>vi

Nominal.

»

Negotiability Impaired by maturity.

$ Bonds were exchanged for

new

"Bait Transit Co.'

:S\K:

,

closing day of the

Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the

PUBLIC UTILITY
Alabama Power $7

Bid.

Par.

Stocks.

8TK8.

Par

57

DlsTel of N J oom

Warrants

Eleo
preferred

Amer Gas A

SO

Arkan A Me

0%

Atsociateu Gas A Elec
Common class A..

Original
54

76)4
66)4
"

preferred. ... ..........

SO preferred..............
SOH preferred—......
57 preferred—.....
—
58 lnt bear allot ctfs
Option warrants
Assoc Telep Co Ltd S1.50 pf—It)
AssociatedTeipA Teleg (SO) pref (t)
$7 first pref.
100
Class A
(t)
Atlantic ( lty Eleo SO pref
it)

■

(t)

TransitCovtc
Preferred v t c
Bangor Hydro Elec com
7% preferred.—
•%

3
3

■

100
.25
—100
..100
Co SO pf—(t)

preferred

Elec
Beauharnois Power, com
Baton Rouge

(t)
(Canada)....-100
Telep of Pa 0 Hi % pf
100

Bell Telephone

Bell

Beverly Gas & Elec
25
Birmingham Elec S7 pref
ip
SO preferred
.....(f)
Birmingham Gas SO pref—.. (t)
Blackatone Val Gas A E pref.. 100
Blue Ridge Corp
1

—(t)

S3 conv preferred
Boston Elevated BK
Brazilian Tr Lt A

com
Pow ord

100
(t)

It)

Bridgeport Gas Light
Bridgeport Hydraulic Cs
Brit Col Pow Corp A

20,

(t) r

(t)|r

Claw B

Power 7 % pref—100
Light Co v t c—25
Brooklyn Edison
100
ctklyn-Manhat Transit......it)
Bread River

Brockton Gas

SO preferred series A
(t)
Bklyn A Queens Transit com.(t>
50 preferred
(t)
Brooklyn Union Gas
— it)
Buffalo Niagara A East Power
51 .00 prior preferred—......25
55 first prel. ...... ........(t)

Ltd
dep rec 7 k % A ord
dep rec B ord—

i»

r

25 k
28

30

29

Preferred
Cons Gas E L A P (Bait)

31
11

9?
3*

1

?'

14)4
108

13)4
105

Amer

Amer deposit rets

68
56
53

11

13

132 k
119 k

64
54

68

7)4
37
34

28k

44
99 k

254
2254

25

65

68

3k

23 k
99 k

£1
£1

*8
454

7% pref—100
6% preferred series or 1927-100
0 % preferred
100
Calif Water Serv 6% pr«f
100
Canadian Gen Elec 7% pfd
50
Can Hydro-El Corp 0% 1st pf 100

(t)[r

Canada Nor Pow com

—100|r

Preferred

Marconi.....
...1
capital Transit (Wash. D C)100
Carolina Pow a Light 87 pref (t)

Canadian

SO preferred
Cent Arkan Pub Serv Corp
Cent Hud G A E com v t c

0% preferred
ratoal Illinois Light 0%

5

96

97

48
48 k

50

96

97

5954

66
55

50

102
154
16 k

104""
Ik
17

88

89
80

100

105

7 % preferred
—100
mt Ohio Lt A Pow 0% Pf--(t)
intral Pow A Light 7% pref.100]
mt Pub Serv Corp cl A...
1

I)tli Corp A........(f)
Vot trust ctfii common.——!
mt A » W Util com .........1
Preferred
............. (t)
Prior lien pref
(t)
intral States Eleo Corp
.1
1% preferred
100
Conv pref new
8% cum pref (without warr).l00
intral Htates Pow A L S7 pf It)
mt Vermont Pub Ser SO pf—(T)
tes A Poto Tele of Bait pref.100
do City A Con com part ctfs.lt)

mt Pub

Pref partlcctfi
.........
Ctfs of deposit....

98

85

1454
10454
106 k
4554
14

15k
106 k
10554
107 k
46k

a*

63
57
70

61

34"

32:

1111
1

1

1

•

18 k

Hydro-El Syst A....25
pref S3.50 series
60
Internat Ocean Teleg (guar)..100

354
8)4
80k

(f)

it)

preferred

..(f)

—

Pub Serv oom—

.(+)
(t)

preferredi.

(f)

preferred

"154 Engineers

'lk

"154

13 k

17

1054

European

7

10

10

12

95

117 k

117

k
2

154

Conv

254
2k

Option

Elec class A........10

SO preferred
Ry

international

Utilities

Class

A

It)
1

B

Interstate Natural Gas......(f)
interstate Power pref 97
U»

59 k

SO preferred

...........(T)

i

Debenture rights

62
65c
11

3k
lk
9o
67
-•

n*
11

2154
152
105

11%
68

59 k
5

454

554
24
21 k
14 k

68

5k
36
36 k
37 k
189
7

Preferred

(t)
Jamaica Water Supp 7 k % pf—50
(t)
64 k Jefferson Electric com...
75c Jersey Cent Pow A Lt 7% pref 100
6% preferred.,—..
-100
12
5 k % preferred——.100
4%
Kansas City Power A Light—
2k
1st pref SO series B
ansas City Pub Serv oom
(t)
70"
7% preferre
(f>
1
354
51 k

13

danaas Elec Pow 7%

13
22 k

Kansas Gas A Elec 7% pref.. 100
acntucky Utilities, 6% pref.. 100,

100

7% preferred——...100!
3k
Keystone Pub Serv S2.80 pref_.t
153
Keystone Telephone—
107
S4 preference.. ..........—50
14
IOO
68 54 Kings Co Ltg 7% pref_—_.
5% preferred—
.100
60 k
Laclede Gas Light..........100
5k
5% preferred—..........100
5
Lake Sup Dlst Pow 7% pref-.100
554
Lawrence Gas & Elec Lt
25
24)4
Lincoln Telep A Teleg com..100
22
Lindsay Lt.—See "Indus. Stocks"
15
Lockbart Power Co pref—----254
Lone Star Gas Oorp..........(t)

6% conv preferred... ....100
6k% preferred
.........100
Lena islanu Lighting com

(T)
7% preferred—........100
0% preferred
.....
.--100
Los Angeles G Afl Oorp, 6% pf 100
Louisiana Power A Light So pf (t)
Louisv Gas A Elec com cl A
(T)

58
37

—.100

23

Louisville Railway Os
»Preferred

1854

Lowell Electric Light.

69 k

Lynn Gas A Elec Oo

25
25

39

100

...

Mackay Companies 4% pref—100
Maiden Electric Oo
25

38
40




82

72
67

118
——

90

103 k

72„

30 k

46
20

97 k
82
20

41

T.

23
17

17

80

85

25

i'}}'::'

„

454
79
66 k

106
80
„

1954
1

3k
52

107
12
98
21

100

25 k

Maroon lnt Marine Oommuni—

50

-ft)

8k
96 k
103

48

Modified 5% guar

25
...26
15

98

25

...

•

9354

Manhattan Elev Ry 7% guar 100

Maiden & Melrose Gas Lt

8

Fed St&Pleasant Val—SeePhllaOo

Canadian price.

53
25

...

54
R

pref

k

Ameridep rets for ord shs—£1 k
Marconi Wire—See Can Mar con
Market St Ry (San Francisco).l00
6% preferred.............100
6% prior preferred....
100
6% non-cum 2d preferred
100
Mam Power A Light Associat'n—
Common

with

8

>8
154

warrants—....

Common without warrants....
............. .....

5% oonv partlc preferred

r

18

471

Preferred.

Nominal.

23

Italian Superpower oommou A (t)

5k

Warrants..............

n

1054
254

iswa Southern Utll. 7% pref.. IOO

x

Ex-dividend.

t Without par value.

21 k

....

Mass Utilities Associates v t c—1

k Last sale.

44"

3.50 preferred
tl.75 preferred..........

4k
94 k

warrants
fladd Pass By—See Phlla

Federal LlghtA Tr com
Preferred(tfi) —

(T)
..100

v t c

Teiep A Teleg..(t)

International

55k

Palrm't Pk A

Fall River Elec Light..
Fall River Gas Works

...

International

78

series A
(f)
lk
Optional warrants
.......
El Paso Electric Co GJel)
86
Preferred series A 7%..—100
36
Ellz A Trenton RR com—
50
46
Preferred
50
190
Ellas Consolidated Gas
100
54
umpire A Bay State Teleg—.100
32
Empire District Elec 0% pf
100
k
30 k
Empire Gas A Fuel O# pf 8%.100
Preferred 7%
—100 k 24
6)4% preferred
100 k 24
19)4
0% preferred
.100
13 k
Empire Power Corp partlc stk.(t)
2d pref

85)4 pref (with warrants)..(t)
86 preferred
.........(f)
Essex A Hudson Gas—
100

9

Internat

Internat Power Securities com.(t)

94;

(t)

Association —
1
Class A full paid
.....1
Kler Power A Light Corp
(p
$7 preferred——.——(t)

$5 convertible

•!'

100

4

Conv stock

86

"lk

(f>

85

Interboro R T vot trust ctrs

75

3

im
Edison Elec Ilium (Boston)—100
ties, 5% pref.100
Electrical Securities. 0% pref. 106

86

72
47 k

10454

74

92

(t)

5 preferred
{6 preferred

95

Indiana Service Oorp.—

4054

1(M>

—...

34k

0% preferred
100
Indlanap Pow A Lt 6k % preflGO
Indianapolis Ry Co v t c——100

72

6% 1st pref stamped
100'
6% pref B stock
100
5% adjustment stock
100
Eastern N J Pow 0% cum preflOO]
East Shore Pub Serv 6)4 % pf (t)
Eastern States Corp com
$7 pref without warrants
(t)
86 preferred series B
(*)

Elec Power

21

78
80

—

104

-

It)
pf 100
(t)

pf—100
preferred——— —L——100
Pub Serv SO pref
(t)
>nt Indiana Power 7% pref. 100
intral Maine Pow 0% pref—100

Illuminating Shares class A..

89
30

105
99 k

187k
10354

50 k

Electric Bond A Share

(t)

99

...

r

6% preferred
.......100
4)4% prior preferred—...100

coin

(t)

99 k

354

oc
Eastern Utli Assoc

200
189

100

28 k

2854
98 k

...—.......(t)

Eastern Mass si Ry com..

1

48

Illinois North Utilities
6%prefl00
Ilium A Power Secur 1st pref.100

112 k

99

1U6

"0% 1st preferred

110
115 k

111 k

Common

10b

County Gas

SO preferred

0% preferred
(t)
Dayton Pow A Light 0% pref 100
Denver Tramway pref
100
Derby Gas A Elec 97 pref
it;
Detroit Edison.......—...100
Duke Pswer
100
Duquesne Light—See Phlla CoEast Coast Public Service v t c—
Eastern Gas A Fuel Assoc's—

42 k

2254
98 k

Hudson

113

32

53.
k

.26

Illinois Pow. A Lt. 6% pref

111

145"

..

58)4
81k

111

"354

3

Elec Light—

55 k

Dallas Power A Light 7 % pref 100

23

63"
42

.........100

vVater Power

Hoiyoke

94
113

38 k
35 k

28^
33

Idaho Power 7% pref........100

43 k
69 k

43

51

85
80i

26

45

"2k

2

70

(t)

Hestonvllle M A F—See PhUaRT.

u4i*

80 54
110

Telephone pref
100
Cumberland Co(Me)P A Lt pf 100

102

104

20
2ft

t c—

43

Cuban

'3k

354
131)4
11854

Haverhill

U5H

Cons Trac of N J—See P 8 Corp

51

80

common v

0% preferred

49 k

44 k

(.

S5 preferred

79

..... 26
.........26
Havana Elec Ry com
1

54

117

(t

si*

Preferred

53""

51
48 k
254
113 k

Water........

Hartford Electric Light
Hartford Gas com

20

.

50

Cons Trac (Plttsb)—See

92

5)4 % pref £1

Calif-Oregon Pow

19

...10C

Phlla Co
Consumers Gas (Toronto)
.100
Consumers Pr (Maine) pf 0% -100
0.0% preferred
—.100
S5 preferred
—(f)
Continental Gas A Electric—
7% prior preferred
100
Oontlnen Pass Ry—See Phlla B T

90

.....

Preferred

Hamilton Gas

105

Consolidated Gas (N Y) com.. (

Cable A Wireless.
Amer

Hackensack

15
1

54

101
5H% preferred series E
10C
5% preferred series A
...10C

5

40

...

if*

13 k

0% cum p^f series D

101

common,.

Green A Coatee—See Phlla R T.
lOreeh Mt Pow Corp SO
pref—(t)
Greenwich WaterAGas 6% pf-100
2
Gulf States Utll SO Pref
(t)
S5.50 pref.
54 k
(t)

53 k

Conn Lt A Pow 5 k% pref
100
preferred
—.—100
—2b
% Connecticut Power
2554 Connecticut Ry A Lighting—100

'32

Telephone

S3 preferred
.(f)
Georgia Power SO preferred,
(t)

99

k

5k
2k

3k

5^

(t)

Germantown Pass-—See Phlla RT
Gloucester Elec Lt Co
.....25
Gold A Stock Telep (guar)—.100

17

80

Common

31
60

Gen Telep Allied $6 pref—
Gen Wat Gas A Elec com A....1

74

96 k

i*

5

|5 preferred..........

Bait

1
1
2H
3

10

42 J

Rights

81

15
97

10"

......(t)

$3 preferred

1254
79 k

80

preferred
preferred

Gen

68
102

76
67

k

5%

lw<

63
101
12 k

deposit

15k

(T)

common

7%

4454

41*
11154
58 H

-

6

preferred.........(t

Certificates of

40

li 8k

Misc Stocks

General Pub Util

6% preferred series A...
100
5% preferred..........—100
5% conv preferred..
100
Columbus Delaware A Marlon
102 k
7% preferred—
100
Columbus Ry PAL 1st pf A 0%1OG
Preferred ser B 6k %
100
Commonwealth-Edison Co...100
Commonwealth A Sou Corp comt
Optional warrants....
6)4
2
S6 preferred—
...(t)
78
Community Power A Light—
68
First preferred 6%
100
1)4 Community Water Ser com——-1
7% preferred
....(t)
Concord Elec Co 6% pref—
4k
Common
554 Connecticut Elec Serv com—-(f)
Conn Gas & Coke Sec pref....

2k

(L

,

36

5*

,.2)4

it)
com— 1

30

Coast Co Gas A El 1st pref
100
Oolum G A El Corp (Del) com (t)

136

3

S7 pref.. (t)

preferred

2 k

28

91

pref--—100

Pew 7%

Pew A Lt

Arkansas

70

101)4

Hi

3

18 k

41 k

86

luen Gas A Eleo (Del) com A -(t)
Preferred 7%
Preferred 8%
$6 cum conv pref ser A—
22
$0 conv pref ser B
—(t)
Gen Italian Edison Elec Corp—
19
Amer shs for ordinary stock—
33 k
37 k Gen Public Service Oorp
(t)
SO preferred..———it)

2)4

6% preferred
100
Cleveland Railway—........100

see

16 k
16 k

40"

86
2k

21

Cleve Elec Ilium common ——(t)

8

73

(t)
Arkansas Natural Gas Corp.—t
Class A non-vot
(t)
_

34

16

........(t)

I^PAfflFPMl

40

3354
6)4
2k

15;

5

4

84 k

(t)
100

7% preferred

it*

Gen Elec Ltd

90

80

Cltisens* Pass Ry—See Phil R T
Cltlsens Traction—See Phlla Co.

54

7% pref. (t)

preferred

Cities Serv Pr A Lt SO pf

8k

136 k

Arizona Edison com

95

Telep...50

65
25

v

SO 1st p

0%

~4~~
14 k

13 54
8
40 M

Preferred SO series
—(T)
American Telep A Teleg..—100
Amer Utilities Service common..
6% preferred
Amei Wat Wks A Liec com—it)

Appalachian El Pow

34)4

99 k

IV4

Atk.

2)4

com

—

H

k
k

Cities Service com
t
Preferred ................100
Preferred B...............10
Preferred BB
..........100

107

i*

it)

preferred —...

Kncta A Suburb Bell

5

106)4

Amer Gas A

First SO

32 k

4)4
34 K

com........(f)
— IT;

Poser com ....
SO 1st preferred
—(t)
American Light * Tractlen
26
Amer Power A Light coin
ip
SO preferred
——(t)
S5 preferred.
(t)
Amer Service pref units
Ainer Super ower Corp com—(t)

13%

32

.(t;
,—

...

7H
35 54

13

A.

100

Bid.

$0 preferred
( )
SO H preferred—
l")
$7 preferred
..(f)
Fitch burg Gas A Elec Light..-50
Florida Power A Lt S7 pref
(t)
Foreign Light A Power units., (t)
Prankfd A S'thwark—seePhilaRT
Franklin Telegraph (guar)
100
Gardner Elec Lt pref
100
Gas A Elec of Bergen County. 100

k

Chicago Rapid Transit—
Prior preferred A.........100
Prior preferred B
...100
Cincinnati Gap A Electric pref 100
Cincinnati Gas TTansp—.100
Cine New A Cov Lt A Trac—100
Preferred
.........100
Cincinnati Street By
50

Par.
A .(t)

Federal Water Service

H

100,

Series 4

35)4

Amer A Foreign Pow csm
S7 Preferred..
......

$7 second pref series
SO cum pref
-

43

115
7

100

Preferred

44;

4)4
88)4

..—(t)

""92"

Series 3

59

42)4

90

Stoeks.

Ask.

Jhlc Dlst Elec Generat SO pref (t)
ihlcage Rys partlc ctfs series 1
.
Series 2
100

64;

month preceding the date of Issue.

Par.l Bid

Stocks.

74;

62

15 preferred
it
Allegheny Traction—See Phlla Oi
Amer Cities Pow A Light cl A_25
Class B
...
—... 1
Amer

Ask.

72M

(t)

pref

preferred—.......It

SO

STOCKS

PUBLIC UTILITY

84

..50

J,*

28

Quotations for all securities

Stocks.

P<U

Bid.

Middle West Utilities

—.

are as near as

Ask

Memphis Natural Gas .......(t)
Memphis Power & Light 7% pf(T)
Metropolitan Edison Oo—
$7 preferred series B—
(1
50 preferred series O
(]

89

possible for the closing day of the month preceding the date Of issue .
Par

Etooks.

H

6%

preferred.............100

132 X
118
92

Paterson A Passaic Gas A El
Peninsular

100

.

pref.........100
Telep Ce com—— (t)

Preferred
.—--100
Penn Central Lt A Pew 96 pref(t)
—

d

........100

Ask.

109%

Pawtucket Gas

v

Bid.

—100

Pacific Telep A Teleg

106
99 %

$6 cum pref without war.—(
Midland Utll 7% prior lien—li

f % prkrllen.

(t)

92.80 preferred..—

138
95

93
63
36 %

98
65

IV*
77

Mississippi Blv Pow 6% pref. 100

105)4

.

Pennsylvania Pow A Lt 97 pf-(t)
96 preferred...
—-Ct)
95preferred ..........—(t)
Pennsylvania Water A Pow..(f)
People's GLAO (Chic)
100
Phlla City Pass—See Phfla B T.

47
8

69

Monongahela L A P—See PhilaOo
Monongahela St By—See FhilaOo
Mouon-Weet Penn P S 7% pf-25
Montreal L H A Pow* Oons.(t)
Montreal Telegraph
40
Montreal Tramways, cem
100
Mountain States Power* com.(t)
7% Preferred
..100
Mountain States Tel A Tel.—100
Nassau A Suffolk 7% pref... 100
National Power a Light com—(T)

1

preferred-

'tv

— -

Nebraska Power. 7 % 1st pref.100

32 %

8*

96 cum pref....———.(f)
Allegheny Traction.—......60
Cltisens Traction———60
Consolidated Trac pref
60
Ouquesne Light 5% 1st pf.100
Federal St A Pleasant Val—26
Monongahela Lt A Pr
60
Monongabela St By....
.50

95

2
20

128

132

42

11%
80%
110%

iij

-

100

48

Newark Consolidated Gas.—.100
New Brunswick Light—

118

Heat A Power———100

112

|7 prior preferred
(t)
$7 preferred
(t)
$6 preferred..............(f)
96 prior pref
-(f)
New England Telep A Teleg
lUt
N Eng.Wat L A P Asso 6% pf.100
New HavenWater———50
N J A Hud B1y By A Per pref.100
Now Jersey Pow A Lt SO pref (t>

New Orleans Public Service-7% preferred
— (t)
New Bochelle Water 6% pf—100
M Y Mutual Telegraph
26
NY Power A Light Corp 96 pf (t)
7% preferred.— .-.-—.100
New York Railways Corp—
—

97 non-cum

preferred

(t)

Preferred stamped—
N Y A Queens El L A P—
Common.. ———(t)

6% preferred....—.......100
NY Steam Co—
Common ................(t)

97 preferred ser A——It)
96 dividend pref
.it)
Y Telephone 6H% pref—.100
N T Water Sarr 6% pref—-100
Niagara A Hudson Pow ...... 10
Option warrants A.
Option warrants B———.....
North American Co com
..—it)
6% preferred
....60
Nsrth Amer Edison 96 pref—(t)
Nsrth Amer Light A Pow
...-1
N

.

.

96 preferred———.......(t)
Nsr Amer Utility Sec—Oom.(t)
Nor Boot Ltg Prop cem —.—IT)
Preferred... .—.——..100
North Continent Utll com—..100
.—100
0% preferred.. —
7% preferred.—————100
Nor Indiana Pub Ser 6% pf—loo
7% preferred—.........100
*£ li%% ^referred—.......100
Northern N Y Utll pref—....100
Nor States Power (DM) com—100
7% preferred—.......100
H% preferred—————100
Northwest Electric 6% pref..100
Preferred 7%.
—.—.100
Nerth West Uttl7% pref——100
7% prior lien—..——.100
Northwest Bell Telep flH» pi.100
Northwestern Teleg (guar)—60
Ohio Edison 96 pref..
(t)
97 preferred
...—.....(t)
Ohio Power 6% pref———..HA
Ohio Public serr pref A (7%)-100
6% preferred——.....—100
Oklahoma Gas A Blec 7% pf—lOt
Okla Nat Gas Corp com.——(t)

deferred................100
Omaha A Council Bluffs Railway
A Bridge 4% cum pref—.100
Ottawa Light Heat A Pew.-lOO
Preferred .......———100
Ottawa Traction
100
Pacific A Atlantic Tel <gu)—.26
Pacific Gas A Electric—
26
First preferred 16%)..——26
First preferred (6%%)
26
Pacific Lighting Corp oom—.it;
Preferred (96).....———(f)
Pacific Pow A Lt 7% pref....100

Pacific Pub Service-Common non-voting ......(t)
1st preferred———.—.(t)

38

39

Southern Col Pow com A..

12
71

28%
5%

30

46%
115
>

19
5
5

18

110

118
'
1
20
6

Preferred
....50
PhUa City Pass By (622 H Pd)50'
Phila A Darby Pass By
60

6

20
112

PhU A

68

72
98
95

27

57%
22
91

97%

Gray's Fy (925 pd)—50

Philadelphia Traction
...60
Ridge Ave Pass (928 pd)
50
2d A 3d Sts By guar........60
13th A 15th Ste Pass By
60
Unlen Pass (930 5-6 pd). —.50
Union Traction (817)4 Pd)—50
West Phila Pass guar...... .50

74"
102

29
59
25

Piedmont A Northern By
100
Portland Gas A Coke. 7% pf—100
Postal Teleg A Cable 7% pf.100

98%

Potomac Edison Oo 6% pref.100

7% preferred—.

110

102

19
98

86)4

US*

120

7H

8

49%
92

2%
24 %

;

74)4
A

1»

20

pref. .100
5)4 % preferred...........100
Power Corp of Canada com—(t)
Providence Gas............. (t)
Public Serv ef Cole 7% pref—100
6% preferred...—......100
5% preferred——
.100
Public Serv of Ind prior pf...
86 preferred.—...—
Public Serv. Oo. of N.H. 86 pf.(t)
Public Serv Ocrp ef N J

—-(f)
8% preferred...........—100
7% preferred.............100

M

6% preferred...—........100
95 preferred--..--..
(t)
Consolidated Trac of N J—100

95

2%
25

Bapld Transit St By Co.—100

3
40

3%

60

54""

S*

7

10

57

68
63

62
67
95

68
98

14

15

71
62
67
49

75
65

OH
16%

58)4
62
10
25

105%

iop

14%

42
96

91%
97

it*

1%
75

104%

20)|
15
25 H
27

27.
40%
100)4
66

77
105
21
18
26

.....

...

(t)

Amer shares representing com.
Rhode lei Pub Serv pref..—..(t)
Class A.—....—_(t)

Bidge Ave Pace
See Phlla B T.
Riverside Traction.........
50
Preferred—....
.50
Rochester G A E 7% pref B—100

27
41
100 X
68

3)4
17)4

A*

21

50
18
90

97

.—.....10C
(t)
1(K
Southern Union Gas com
—(f)
Se Jer G El A Tr—See P 8 Corp
Southwestern Bell Telep pref.lOC
Southwestern Gas A El 7% pf.lOC

35%

123

cem

A.

%

94
6
44

(t;

33%

34%
2%

•

22

r...—»..(t,
4

preferred

Class B

,mmmrnm

Aa

m 4mm. mm

\

T

8

.

20)1

'it4

_

Preferred
Swiss American Elec pref.... 100
Syracuse Ltg 6% preferred..Ilk
6%% preferred———10(
8% preferred..——10C
Tampa Elec Oo L.—.———..(t)
Tennessee El Pow 1st pf (7%) 100

37
45

5

cum

6 cum prior pref.......... (t)
mior pref
Standard Pe
Pew a Lt eem....(f)

18
97

20

jrlngf (Mass) St By Cos pf..l00
ty cos pr..100
Standard Gas A Elec com.._._
so com..—.(f)

....

!7 cum prior pref.

77
35

30
14
> 92
32
40

80
10

5

A*
72

;

21

Free stock

35%
114

i

119

Preferred—(t

14
52
97
101

113
35

8

11

40

8
21

45
11
24

7.2% 1st preferred

100

72

13

14%

1st preferred (6%)

10(

63

5%

63%
54%

62
62
42

67
66
66
47

i'1

50

43

46

37

39
9
95

—

4%

8)4
93)4

90

26

10%

il%

132
121
109

123%
110

98)4
40)4

.

21%
103
106%
106%
112%
5%

pf—100

7%prefaTed........
100
Union Gas (Canada)
.(♦)
Union Pass—See Phlla B T
Union St By (New Bedford)..100
Union Traction—See Phlla B T
United Corp
_(t)
93 cumulative preferred —(t;
Warrante... ................
United Gas & Elec (Conn)pref 166

4ol_
77*
4%

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

97 pref series A

(t)

Warrants...................
United Gas A Impt vot...

95

cum

.(t)
pref (non-vot)......(t)

S.
103%

United 111 Ce ef New Haven., (t)
United Lt A Pr cem A.—.
.(t)
Common B..............(f)

108
89
83
112

!7.-

95

6% cum. 1st' pref.
—..(t)
United Pub Util common
(t)

101)4

14%

„

0% ^Preferred—......

(f)

68%

Utah Power A Light—
$7 preferred..
.........(t^
Utica Gas A Electric 7%
pref 100

6%

_96 preferred.. .—..(t)

32%
12

L
8%
26
96
89

Utilities Power A Lt Ol A......1

65%
60%

Non-voting common.......(f)

Class B vtc—............1
'7% cumul pref.. ..........100

17%
29%

47
mm »

m

mmmm

101

100%
100%
111
10

VirginiaElecA Power
96 preferred.....—...(f)
Virginia Pub Serv 7 % pref....100
6% preferred....
.....*106
Washington (D O) Gae.
20
Wash (D O) By A El com—100
^Preferred
.....100
Washington Wat Pow 6% pf—
Western Maesadiusetts doe..
Western Power Oo 97 pref—1__
Western Union Telegraph
100
West Penn Elee Co Class A., (f)

1
1 lit I I 1

•

1

I

20c

7% Preferred.
( ) k "1%
18
Sangamo Electric com
..(• j
Preferred...
108
.100
San Joaquin Lt A Power—
7% prior preferred ........100
109%
98%
6% prior preferred........ 100
Savannah El A Pow 6% pref.100
53
Scranton Electric 90 pref—
111
(t)

103
97
89
90
10
3

United Gas A El ef NJ 5% pf-10C
United Gae Corp com .......(1)

140

110
189
35
36

99,

3%
76%

7% prior lien..—.....100

41

24
44

83

86

100

preferred

Union El L A Pow(Dl)
Un El L A Pew (Mo) 6%

106
100

x99H

14%
29%

72%

Twin States Gas A Electrics

9

12)4

9

(t)

Preferred ——......10
Twin City Bapld Transit
(t)

7%

:•

preferred—

6% preferred...-.
-.100
6% preferred.
—100
Trl-State Telep A Teleg—.(t)

113%

24)4

0%

preferred
100
Alight 7% pref.100

1st

Third Avenue By (N Y)«.
100
13th A 15th St-^See PhUa R T
Tidewater Power 6% pref
(t)
Toledo-Edison pref a v7%;..10o

108%

98
95
85

cum

Texas Power

tierv—

22"

7% com preferred
6% cum nref..

——10(

..100

West Penn Pewer 7% pref—10C
8% preferred
too
West Phlla Pies
Bee Phfla B T.
West Texas Utilities 96 pref.. (t)

Winnipeg Elec Co......
(t)
Preferred
too
Wisconsin Power ALlght 6%pf100

1%
12

1

103
74

67
61
325
105
88
35
100

46)
68)

80)
69
119
113

1*05

...

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

„

26%
28%
27%
12%

7% preferred.

Southwestern Lt A Pr

99%
6% nreferred series O ..—100
99%
6% preferred series D
.100
Roch Telep 96)4 pref........ 100
108
Rockland Light A Power—10
9
RockvUle-WUl Lighting Co—
7% preferred—.—— ♦110
6% preferred
*105
St Louie County Water pref.100
100
8t Louis Pub
Omnmon

21%
25

Southern Nat Gae Corp
Southern New Bug Telep

20

....

.

3
17 %

6
43

Bap Tran St By—See P 8 Corp.
Rhine-Westphalia Elec Power—

116)4

4

Common.........
(t)
8% preferred—......—.100
7% preferred....—..100
Public Service of Okla 7% pref 100
6% preferred...—...
100
Pub Serv El A G 85 pref
(f)
Puget Sd Pr A Lt 86 pref
(t)
95 prior preferred...*..—.(f)
Quebec Power common——(t)
Queens Borough GasAE16%pfl00
Radio Corp or Amer.——(t)
7% cum pref A..
50

5%oumjprefB

111
ioiH
94 >|
90
94

So Jersey Gas A Elee Trac..100

Public Service Oo ef Ner 111.. 60

1

4

25"

ii4%

.100

Potomac Elec Pow 6%

84%

10
14
12
114

Phlla Traction—See Phlla B T.

92

if

17
96

41%
77%

71)4

2

Germantown Passenger..—60
Green A Coatee Sts (915 pd).50
Heatonville M A F com
60

■

X

jx

—

2b
50

Contlnen Pass By ($29 pd)
50
Falrm't Pk A Hadding'n—.60
Frandf'd A Southward Pass.50

17%
76
90
105

Preferred
.100
South A Atian Teleg (guar)..—25
Southern Indiana G A E 6%pf 100

113

cltiTO^^HsengwguaK——60

New Bng Gas A El Assn—-

85% preferred stamped...-(f)
New Bng Pow Assn com
(t;
6% preferred—.—.——100
New England Power. Co. pref 100
New England Pub Servcom— - (t)

74)

88
76

%%*

87

(t)
(t)

Philadelphia Elec Co com
95 preferred......
Phila Elec Power 8% pref
Philadelphia Rapid Transit

5

A Lt—
Warrants
South Calif Edison common...26

Springfield Gas A Elec pref
1
Springfield (Man.) G L Ce vte 2f

Phlla A Darby—See Phlla R T.
Phila A Graye—See Phlla B T.

112

40

5% % preferred series CL—.26
6% preferred series B......26
7% preferred series A......26
Sou Calif Gas Oo 6% pref
..26
Southern Canada Power——(t)

103%

68
39

11*

Mevada-Oallf Electric—
Preferred.

W*
60

102%

Ask.

Southeastern Pr

77%

■J£X
21%

Bid.

Par

Scranton-Spring Brook
Water Service 6% pf——(t)
Second Ave BR Corp (N Y)—(t)
Sedaiia Water pref--....100
2nd A 3rd Sts Ry—See Phlla B T
Shawlnlgan Water A Fewer —(t;
Sioux City Gas A El 7% pf—10T

2

75)4
15
66

Penna

68

■

Sierra Pac Elec pref--.--.--.10t
Somerset Un A Middlesex Lt.l(M
Southeastern Gas A Water A--(f)

37%

Warrants......-—---—-

Warrants B ———————
Penna Gas A Elec Corp 97 pref (t)

Missouri Pub Ser 7% pref....100
Mohawk-Hudson Power 1st prf(tj
Second preferred
it/

Stocks

"iio%

Penn-Ohio Edison—

7 % preferred class A.......100
0% preferred class A......100
MUw. Blec. By. A Light—
6% pref. series 1021....—100
Minnesota Pow A Lt 7% pf—100
$6 cum preferred.........100
Miss Power & Light 6%pref . .(f)

16

85

PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS

SEPT., 1935]

112%
103%

7% preferred
100
Wisconsin Pub Ser Oerp7%pf 106

58

112%
York (Pa)

Railways Preferred JK)

47

49%
64
62

llt*

■O'W

;■

t Without par value




k Last sale.

n

Nominal,

r

Canadian price.

*

Ex-dividend.

* Called Oct. 1 at 110.

t Called Oqt. 1 at 105.

.1

"Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities" we include all issues which do not appear
headings, namely "Railroads" and "Public Utilities." In the case of stocks, however, we
put "Textile Manufacturing," "Insurance," "Mining," "Real Estate and Land,"
"Title Guarantee and Safe
Deposit Companies" under separate heads, then follow with the rest of the "Industrial and Miscellaneous."
Under the heading

under the previous two

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
Ask.

Bid.

Bouae

„

A&O

105

101

70

53

10

15-yr

89%

12
30

94%

100%

101%
93%
107%

107%

k 105
- - -—-=

102%
5
106

40
40

—

45
45
45

27

74

;

111%

98%

99

31
102
103

103

104%

7s 1942—A&O
American Meter 6s 1946—J&J
Amer Radiator deb 4%s '47 M&N
American Rolling Mill-Sinking fund deb 6s 194B._ J&J
Lime & Stone

105""

33

-

100

110%
99%
9

100%

.

Amer Type Fdrs oen g
Deb gold 6s 1939

/
f

6s *37 -MAN

A&O

Deb gold 6a 1940 ctfs
Amer Wire Fabrics 1st /•

46
51

90

95

v

42M&8
Amer Writ Paper 1st 6j> 1947 J&J / 24%
%
Certificates of deposit—...... /
Amoskeag Mfg 6a i948
J&J
Anglo-Chilean Cons Nitrate—

25

UH

Antilla Sugar Estates—
Income deb 6s 1951——J&J

55"

15%

M&N/

D»h7«t945

17%

_

>

f
1951-—J&J /

income 6% notes

8

10

8

10

Armour & Oo or uelaware—-

A.—J&J t 104%

1st M 514s 1943aer

92%

1st M 20-yr 4s ser B '55—F&A
Armuui
& Oo—Real estate 1st

1939 opt
J&D' 103
102 34
Armstrong Cork deb 4s 1950-J&J
75%
Arnold Print Wks 6%% '41.A&0
98%
Asbestos Corp (Can) 5s *42--J&J
Associated Mtge Oo 2-6% —1953
69
Associated Rayon 5s 1960 —J&D
Associated Slmmona Hardw Cos
43
6%% gold notes 1933—-J&J f
Atl Gulf & W Indies 88 Linos—
Coll tr g 6s Jan 1 1959
J&J
*2 %
Atlanta Laundries 6 %s w w 1943- J 10
107
Aslautlc Refin deb 5a 1937—J&J
gold

'

« %a

105
92%

103%
103%
76%

44" "
69%

Atlas Plywood Corp—
Conv deb 5%s 1943——-M&N

/

:

-

fa

1940

/
/

—M&N

..!

80%

60%
58%
103%

guar

5s




.

68%

73
100

Donnacona Paper*—
l
1st s f 5%s 1948 ser A
Donner Steel 7s 1942

.

*&H

Cespedes Sugar 7 %s Sept 1 '39—
Champion Paper & Fibre Co—
4%ssf deb 1950—.——M&S
Obateaugay Ore <fc iron Guar gold 4s 1942—— ...J&.»
Chesapeake Corp—
i
Con* co) )5s 1947 .-.--M&N'*
Conv col 5s 1944
J&D
Chic Jet coll tr ref g 4s 40. -A&t
Coll trust ref 5s 1940—A&O
Chic Pneumatic Tool Oo Deb s f 6%s 1942—
Chicago Stock Yards 5s 1961 A&O
Ohilds Oo deb 5s 1943 -----A&u
Chile Copper Oo deb 5» 1947-J&J
Clearfield Bit Coal 4s 1940—J&J
Smail series B
—...J&J
Clover Valley Lumber 6s to 1940Ooilateral Bankers. Inc—
t
7s series A & B 1950
Q-F
7s series O 1959
Q-M
7s series D 1956———
Q-J
6s series AA 1953———-Q;F
6s series A B 1948—
Q-M
6s series A O 1952
Q-J
Colon Oil deb 6s 1V38
-J&J
Ool Fuel & Iron a f 5s 1943--F&A
Oolo Indus 1st 5s A & B 1934 F&A
Oemmander-Larabee Osrp—
1st mtge 6s 1941
J&J
7% notes w w 1936
J&J
Oomm'l Invest Trust Corp—
Conv deb 6%s 1949
F&A
Oommers-und Prfvat-Bk(Germ'y)

115

74%

100%'
110%

.

121%

124'"

85

36
115

f

6

9

99%
84

16
15
12

_.

85
93

iti

..

105%

86%

105%

106

106%

104%

105
110

109

101%
98
62%

.

1st mtge sink fond 6s 1942. J&D
Eastern Car Co Ltd 6s 1952.J&J

38%

101%

**11*

Eastern Dairies 6s May 1 1949
Eastern Mfg 7s ser A 1938
J&D
Elec Rys Eq Sec Co—

103

95

92%

94%

88

89

88%
87%

89

94%

64%

88%

*/ 27%
/
/

40

98

25

Ernesto Breda 7s 1954

97

28""

6

9

56

1st 17a 1967 ser C
M&S /* 45%
71
Everlastik, Inc 1st 7s 1937.M&N
Fabrics Finishing Oort>—
11
1st m conv s r 6s 1939....J&J f

■

f 6s 1948

ser

,

101

A&O

A

93%
24
47
12

20-year deb 6%s 1948...A&O
Farmers Mfg Co 7s 1943....M&S /

89

66%
89

27%

/

103
6s series B 1941
1
Federal Sugar Ref 6s 1933..M&N */
60
Flat s f deb 7s 1946
J&J

Residential

Finland

Mtge

58

;

...

.

——

102%
94%
27

—-

70

Bank

99%
s f 6s stamped 1961
M&S
Firestone Cotton Mills 5s '48M&8 k 103%
Firestone Tire & Rub of Calif—
8f 5s 1942
M&S k 104%
First Bohemian—See Boh G1 Wks
Mills of America lnc—

Kluur

85%
43

Conv g 6%% notes 1946.A&m
Follansbee Bros 5s 1947
J&D J

92
80

04%

...F&A

European Mtge & Invest—
1st 17%s 1966 ser B
F&A /

Fay (J A) & Egan 6s 1943
Federal-Hygienic Ice Refrig—

93

,

13%
91

37%

/

Elk Horn Coal lsc6%s 1931.J&D /
7% notes 1931
.——...J&D /

1st

63%
99%

fV*

/

98""

96
89

F&A *102%
Famous Players Canada Corp—

100

Foreign Power Secur Oorp—
1st col tr conv 6s 1949 ser AJ&D

86%
46

75

102%

103

109
1942
J&J
Francisco Sug 7%s 1942.M&ND / 30
8
Franklin Oo Coal 7s 1951....J&J /
55%
Fraser Oo 6s unstmp Jan 1 1950-

110

Fox Film Oorp deb 6s 1936&A&0
Framerican Ind & Dev Oorp—

102%

Deb

7%s

Freuch Nat Mall SS Lines 6a 52
Frlck Reid Supply 6a 1943 -J&D
Gair (Robt) income notes 6s 1972

81

Gannett Co deb 6a '43 ser A.F&A

11
15%

33

56%

154
99

92,
104

94

106

Geisenklrchen Mining Oo—

14

16%

1st 8h

Oonsol Coal 4%s '934

6-yr 6% notes 1934

M&;* ♦/

—

58

General American Investors Inc—
Deb 6s 1952 ex warr

96

7%sext'stmpl0%pd)1939 J&J

ii*
38

37%
65*

103%
94%

101%

18%

t Called Oct.

103%

104%

General Amer Tank Car Corp—

Equip 4 %s 1942
Eq tr 4%s 1936-45

F&A
J&D

102

102~**

Gen Amer Transporta System—
102
Eq tr 4%s 1936-'46 (yr>_ .M&8
95%
General Bronse deb 6s 1940M&N *
General Cable

1st mtge a f 5%s 1947 ser A. J&J

Deb

s

f 6s

104

Oorp—

1948

f
M&N f
w.J&D

93%
46%
46%
46%

94%

50"
49

ton Rayon deb 6s 1948 w
>en Stl Cast 1st 5%s '49 w w J&J

1

1938 wltn warr-M&N ♦*102

F&A

Gen Elec (Germany)7s'46.J&J15
Deb 6%s 1940
.—J&D

72

Credit Alliance Corp—

.

F&A f 36%
103%
J&J

Farmers Nat Mtge Inst 7s '63A&0 /

'riix

62

100%
106%

Fairbanks Morse & Oo—
Sink fund deb 5s 1942

m

104%
i04%

f

100%

_

Oonsol Paper Corp 5%s 1961.... /
Oonsol Publishers Inc-—
Consul Textile

100

/
4
Empire Lumber 6s4945
Empire OH & Refg Co—
1st & col tr 5%ri942t—A&O *68%

86

9%
1941.>J*m t
oot—M&N / 39
1950 —J&D f 37
f 36%
Certificates of deposit
91
63%
25-yr M inc 5s 1960
—J&J
33
Uousumers
1st On 1946— Jaj
18
102%
Container Corp 1st 6s 46-J&D16
18
94
Deb 5s 1943 with warr .J&D
14
Continental Roll & Steel Fdy—
70
1st M conv s ' 6« 1940.. .J&i>
100
Copley Press 5%s 1943--—F&A
urporation Secur t'e
111%
5% serial notes to 1935.-M&S
106% Josgrove Meehan Oeal 6%s -1945
103
Irane Oo 6% notes 1940-—F&A
64

¥

106

99

105%

Equip trust 4%s Mar 1 *36-'37
Equip trust 4 %s June 1 '37-'40_

90-

1939—;
J&D
1st 8s L941..M&N

Oertaln-teed Prod Corp—
Deben . f 5Ws 1948-

26
103

99

J&J 2
..J&J

'55—M&S

Eastern Cuba Sug 7%s '37 M&S

114

1947-

Carthage Marble 6%s 1942——. / 10
109
Cedar Rapids M & P 5s 1953.J&J
80
Celotex Co deb 6s 1936
M&N
Central Steel

64%
30%

f 6s Oct 15'60 &<»Oi6

Driver Harris Co—

/ This price includes accrued interest.
k Last sale.' n Nominal.
v—
{Called Sept. 7 at 105.
fCalled Oct. 1 at 102.
Called Nov. 1 at 102.
.

67%

s

Deb ■ f 6s 1949 ser A
6s series B 1949
Dominion Textile 4%s

105

MAS

1955

96

Dominion Tar & Onemical Oo—

41%

105%

102%

Oapital Administration Corp
Deb 5s series A 1953
J&D

Deb 5%s

„

11
104

35%

104%

88

1942—...F&A

.-

b Basis.

41%
104

——J&J

6s 1949

100

Berlin)—

29%
Dsdge Mfg 1st 7s 1942
-J&J / 23
102%
Dold (Jac) Pack 1st 6s '42.M&N
104%
Dominion Canners 1 st 6s '40 A&O
104
Domin Coal 6s 1940
M&N

100

'43.F&AL

1st & ref s f g 5s

Bay w»> Terminalfit m 6%s 1946
—J&J
Certificates of deposit.
Beattie Sugar 7%s 1943
J&D
Bedford Pulp & Paper 6%s 1942.Berth Ureek (' & U 5s
44.-J&D
Beneficial Indus Loan Corp—
Conv deb 6s 1946
.M&S
Beneficial Loan 80c 60 B 1939 Q-J
6s profit share deb 1956- -Q-J
Berkey & Gay Furn 6s
1941

**

-F&A
1947-M&N

6%% notes April 15 1936.A&O
Oon*oiMacb Tool 7s 1942
J&D /

B»t*s V»lxe Bag Corp—

-

88 L deb 6s

%H
53

104

i*'

Rentenbank—

Farm Ln

Consolidated Laundries—

Baragua Sugar Estates—
Non-cum inc deb 6s '47.. J&J / 28
114%
Batavlan Petrol 4% sgu 1942 J&.t
Deb 6s x-warr

106%

Camaguey Sugar 7s ctfs 1942--— /
Canada Biscuit 0%s 1946.-M&N /

5%%notes'37(Ampartctf)M&N / 35%
43% Commonwealth Subsidiary Corp
Deb g 5%> 1948 ser A.
M&S 101%
102
107% Oonley Tank Car eq 5%s 1935-39
104
;«>nnecticut Coke fa 1948 .M&8
48
82% Connor Lumb & Land 6s *41 M&N

,

6s with warrants 1938—
Without warrants
*

9%

9%
106%
103%

/f ru

M&9

rv,

Stamped (Mar '33 coup on) '35 /
Deutsche

111%

73

M&N

Baldwin Locomotive Works—

1st

8%

1

84*"

6% notes ( Am part otfm..MAS

111%

44%

.

Autocar Oo. 1st 7s 1937

105%

83

^

99%

10-yr conv deb 4%s 1945—M&S
103
Amer Sales Book 6s 1939-- -A&O
98%
Amer Seating conv 6s 1936-.J&J
Amer Service 6s A w w 1944.-J&J /
100%
Amer Smelt & Ref 6s 1941 -.A&O
106
Am Tobacco deb 4s 1961--F&A
6s 1944

104%

Htk Vdi,

Bank

88
87

.4} 80

Detroit Times serial 6s 1935. M&S
serial 6s 1936 to 1943
M&S

26""

J&J

Cons deb 5s 1940..

• • u

Deutsone

6%s series A

...J&D

5%% notes 1936

Am

97

23

——-—.

.

Deep Rock Oil 7s 1937

81%

25-yr

110%'

J&J

5 Kb 1949
Am La France & Foamite—

101

F&A

—

Bardeieben Uoaj tlorp—
mtge 6s 1953
-J&D

Uenver

100

86

—

Certificates of deposit..

63

52*"
104%
103%
98%
99

84

1st

41%

18t§

86
-

5s 1945----.
De

93"

55

1936—M&S

Canadian Vickers 6s Aug 1

,

Amer International Corp—
Conv

73

53

Canadian Nat Steamships—

72%_

.——M&N

67

07%

6s 1941
6s 1943

By-Products Coke Corp—
1st M 5%s 1945 ser A
. ..M&N
California Packing Oorp—

1st M

100%

Amer IG Chem Corp—

Dairymens League—
6s series EE 1939-...........

84

100

Canadian Copper Ref. 6s May *45
Canadian Cottons 5s 1940—J&J2
Canadian Internet Paper—

103

102**
86
'

.

1st & gen m 6s 1941 s«r *
V&O
Canadian Canners Ltd 6s 1950.—
Oanad <Jons Rub 6s 1946
-A&O

Co¬

Amer Oyanamld deb 6» 1942. A&'1
Amer Dept Sts (Pa) 6s '48--J&D
Amer Ice Co deb 5s 1953—J&D

.J&J /
1948

Canada Bread 6s 1941

40

ds extended to Feb 1940-----Amer Colortype 6s 1942--—F&A

Conv deb 5%s 1949

5s
1945
Butterick Pub 6%s

Canada

/

.

Bush Term 1st 4s 1962—.—A&O */ 90
Cons g 5s Jan 1955
J&J / 39%

Can Cement 1st 5%s

104

f

f extl 6s 1940

6s '60_A&C
Butler Brothers 5s 1936
F&A

93%

Amer Aggregates Corp—
Deb 6s^43 ser A with war.F&A
Without warrants

100%

105%
36%
36%

6s 1944-...

Bush Term Bldgs 1st

30

/

s

Burns & Oo 5%s June 1
45

89

48-J&J

11
175

Burmelster& Wain (Copenhagen)

42

—A&O

American Beet Sugar

F&A
F&A

15-yr s f deb 3 %s 1950
Budd (E G) Mfg 6s 1938

M&S / 88%

f 7s 1937

M&8

85

1952.M&S

12"'

100
81

A&u

47

/

11%
10%
160
104%
35%
35%

deb

1st 6%s 1946
1st 5%s I960 ser B
Brown Shoe Co, Inc—

71

101%

104%

v

Brown Uo

48

■C

101

6%s 1939.....J&D
British Amer Oil 5s 1945-.--M&S
Conv

't

-

68%

Boston Wharf 1st 4s 1941
A&O
Botany Oonsol Mills 6 %s '34 A&L *J
Certificates of deposit......

97

'

Amalg Laundries 0%s 1936-M&S
Amalgamated Sugar Co—

New 3-6s 1943

102%

Boston Sand & Gravel 7s 1934
Boston Term Oo 3%s 1947-F&A

99
105

55

.......

Crowley, Mliner & Oo—
45
Deb s f 5%s 1937
M&N
CJrewn Oerk & Seal Oe, Inc—
105%
20-year sink fund 6s 1947. .J&D
Ordwn Willamet Pap 6s "51-J&J
104%
Crown Zellerbacb Corp—
102
Deb 6s 1940 with warr
M&S
101
>mrlble Steel Co deb Ri'40 -M& ^
48
Cuban Tobacco 5s 1944
J&D
103%
Cudahy Pack s f 6a 1946
J&D
Sink fund deb g 5%s 1937 A A O U02%
98
1st M s f 3 %s ser A 1955- -M&S
98%
Conv s f deb 4s 1950
M&S

134

Ask

53

Credit Service 6s 1948
Croweil-Oolller 6s 1939

Bohn Alum & Brass 6s '38--J&J

101

Deb gold 5s 1937-------M&N
Alpine Montan Steel Corp—

s

Penn-Mary Steel 5s 1937--J&J

29%

101

„

1st

30%

101

Algoma Steel 1st 5s 1W2—— A&O
Allied Packers deb 6s 1939—J&J
1st M & coll tr 8» 1«39
J&J
Allied St's Corp deb 4%s 50 A&O
Allls-Chalmers Mfg Os—

-

103

-

Bridgeport Brass—

19M—J&jJ

5s called 1952 - - - - - - - Aluminum Ltd 8 f debt 6s

103%
132
98%
104%

St 1st 1 & ref 5s

_

96

4%s April 1 1939
5s-5%s 1940-1942.——A&O
5%s April 1 1943-1945.-----Advance Bag & Paper 6s 62.J&D
Aeolian Co & 1937-—
Alabama By-Prod 6s
Ala Cons Coal & Iron 5s 38 M&N
Alabama Mills 1st 6 %s "43 A A&O
Albany Perl1 Wrapping Corp—
1st M coll tr 6s 1948-.---A&0
Alberta Pacific Grain 6s, 1946 J&J

1st «f 7s 1955
Aluminum Co debs 5i

~no"

m

Bid.

Bonds.

108 %

6« 1936
J&J
"urch money 6s 199# Q-Feb.
Cons M s f 4 %s ser D '60..J&J

f 104
102%

Corp

Addressograph-Multigraph
3s-3%s-4s 1936-1938

Ask.

'42-M&N

th

furcb money

inol/

Deb5%s 1943 with warr—A&O
Acadia Sugar 6s 1946———J&J
Adams Exp coll tr g 4s 48.M&S
Coll tr g 4s 1947
—JAD

Bid.

Bonds.
B

INDUSTRIAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
104%
Abbotts Dairies deb 6s 1942-M&8
Abltlbl Pow & Paper—
1st M fis 1953 ser Ar
J&D * / 29
Certificates of deposit..--—/ 28%
AbraOaiii A- atraus lnc—

day of the month preceding the date of issue.

50
79

79%

Gen Steelwares 6a Nov 1 1952...

92

92%

1940-A&O «/14%
14
Certificates oZ deposit
Gen Vending 0s 1937
F&A r 13
r 12
Certificates of deposit
Georgia Marble 1st 6s 1950-M&N r 40
German Atlantic Cable 7s 1946— t
30%
29
German Bids & LandBk 6%s 1Q4K r
4uii

meat

1 at 102%.

Eq deb 6s

15

15%

32

* Negotiability impaired by maturity.

INDUSTRIAL

Sept., 1935]

87

& MISCELLANEOUS BONDf

NOTICE—All bond prices ere "end interest" except where marked t4f* end income end defaulted bond
the date of issue
Quotations for all securities are as near as possible for the closing day of tne month preceding
■

Bid

Bonds
Gillette

Safety Raxor—

Debentures 6s 1940——v» AAO t 102%
91%
Glen Alden Goal M s Ms 65.MAS k
bidden Go
notes '39 JAD
102%

Globe Wernicke 6s Oct 11944..—
Gobel (Ad'f) 6X

%

102%

77

^

135——MAN */

Godcbaux Sug 1st s f 5s
Good Hope St & Ir Wks
1 f g 7s Oct 16 1946
GeedrTch (B F) lit 6 %■

Deb g 6s 1946

89%
101%

47 MAN
(iieri

--A&Olo

108

98%

Goodyear Tire A Rubber—
104
i«t mtge coll tr 6s 1967
.MAN
99%
Gotham Silk Has deb 6s *36 JAD
Gould "eupler 1st'
1P40.WV* ♦726%
70
Gould Manufacturing 6s '42-AAO
92
Graton A Knight 1st 5%s I47MAS
Great bakes Paper Co Ltd—
1st H f 6s 1950 ser A
MAR / 39%
Grlgsby-Grunow conv 6s 36 MAS / 35
Grocery St's Prod deb 6s 44.MAS / 34
-

-

-

Gulf Oil Corp of Penn—
k 106%
sinking fund deb 6s 1947—FAA
Gulf States Paper Oorp—
.
.
5
98
1st s f 6Xs 1943 with war.JAD
94%
Gulf States Steel deb 5%s 42 JAD
H»U (F W\ Printing Go—
70
1st A coll 6Xs 1947---MAN
72%
1st A coll 6s stmp 1947—MAN
x

Hamburg-American Line—
Eq trust 6 %s 1936 to 1940-JAD
Hamilton By-Prod 7s Feb 11943Hansa Steamship Lines
■
^

_

39
108%
98%

104%
94

27%

95""
41

35%

72

73%

90

102

*arr—AAO /

*»«•«»

40

April 1936 coupon on.——— /
Harpen Mining Oorp—
68 with war for Am shs__JAJ / 37%
103
Hartford Times 6s 1943 —.FAA
Hairier Pulp A Paper Oo—
/ 43%
1st 6s a f 1946

34

...

.

Haytian Oorp income 8s 1938— /
Hearst Magazines—
„o

11

6s 1938—

-

Hearst Publications

...

-

1954 with war.-JAJ

s

104

34% r
99%

k 102

JAJ

/

Nortn

22

17
87

/

16%

16%

107

105%
104%
95

95%
33%

133%
119
30
105
40

22%
22%
22%
130%

129%
117%

119
80
27

78

96M

t37x
39

96%
42

1%

105X

Independent Brewing 6s *66 JAJ
Indiana Ice A Fuel 6X8 A 1947—
ind Limestone <nc 6s 1952—MAN
Inland 8teel 1st 4Xs 1978..AAO
1st m s f 4%s 1981 ser B—FAA
Inter lake Iron Oorp—
lsfcm 6s 1951 ser B
..MAN
Internet Agricultural Oorp—
1st A coil tr i f gold 6s 1932
stamped en to 1942 —MAN
International Oement—
Oonv deb 5s 1948......MAN
International Match Oorp—
Deb • f 6s 1947.
.MAN
Certificates of deposit-.
—
Oonv deb 5s 1941
.JAJ15
Certificates of deposit.
Internet Mercantile Marine—
1st M coll trust 6s 1941— AAO
International Paper—
1st A ref s f 5s 1947 ser A -JAJ
1st A ref • f 6s ser B 1947-JAJ
Ref mtge 6i 1955 ser ▲—MAS
internet Power A Paper—
1st M 6s 1968—
—JAJ
Internet Salt g 6s 1961 sp—AAO
International Securities Oorp—
Deb g 6s 1947
JAD
interstate Iron A Steel Oo—-'
1st sf5%s series A1946—MAN
1st M 4 f 5%a 1946 ser B.MAN
Intertype Oorp deb 5%» '42.JAD
Inv atuaent Oo of Amer—
Oeb g 6s 1947 with ware..AAO
-

,

/

103
67

12"

10
104%
104%

104 %

76%

77%

95 ?

98

104%

103

103%

1
/
/

21
21
21

21%
21%

1

21

21%

,21%

57%

58

75

56%

76%
76%
56%

,

99%

100%

k 107%
k

84

86

1st 6s series O 1950

99

igiH
k

99

Munson

A 100

Isstta-Fraschlnl 7s 1942— °
Without warrants..
.JAD k
„

fsfferson A Clearfield Ooal A Iron
Indiana Oo 1st a f 5« 1969.JAJ
Jones A Laughlin St 5s '89-MAN
Journal of Commerce 6X» 1937

Kalamazoo Veg Parchm 6s 1938
A.»rsf>adt (Rudolph; Inc—
1st 6« 1943 with Am sha MAN
Otfs of dep w w stpd 1943
6s stamped (par $925) 1943
6s with warr (par $925) 1943— /
Kaufman Oept Stores h*c Ooru
Ool tr 5X% notes 1936
FAA k
Otcn <B P
Oorp 6s 1946 _MA*

55

'

mrnmm

93

106%

107%

70
101

38

31
39

::::
99
88

Kelly Springfield Tire 6o '42.AAO f 79
f
79
6s stamped 1942
104
15-yr conv deb 6s 1948
MAS
98%
Kelsey Hayes Wh'l 1st 6a '48 JAJ
104%
15-yr conv deb 6s 1948—-JAJ
Kendall Oo deb A—
103%
6X8 with warranto 1948-.MAS
Kmcucky Rock Asphalt—
i f6Xs 1936
—JAD / 31
81
Keokee Oons Ooke 6s 1959-.JAJ

40

92*"

Murray Body 6Xs 1942—JAD
fr

Nassau (Ger) Landbank 6Xs 1938
Nast (Oonde) 6Xs Dec 15 1937—
Nat Acme Os 1st 6s 1942—JAD
Nat Dalrv Prod 6Xs.. 194ft -FAA
National Distillers Products—
10-yr deb 4Xa May 1 '45-MAN
National Fire Proofing Oo—
Deb s f 5X8 1947
MAS
Nat Feed Preducts 3-6e '44.MAN
Nat Indust Bankers 6s 1959
Nat Radiator 6Xs 1947
FAA
Certificates of deposit....
6s 1946
National Steel Oorp—
1st coU mtge s f 4s June 11965Nkt Union Mtge 2-6s ser A1954—
New Engl Laundry 6s 1936
New Niquero Sugar 7s 1937—

-

N

105"

85

103^
105
81

Steamship Line-

Secured 6s 1937-——
JA /
Deb 6Xs 1937 with ware.AAO /

V Dock Oe—1st g 4s 61.FAA
Serial 5% notes 1938——AAO

N Y Evening Journal—
1st m A coll tr 6X8 1935—JAD
1st m A 00U tr 6M* 1936—JAD
1st m A coll tr 6X« 1937—JAD

14

12
3%

140
Oo.
f 37
90
102

103%

5
141

?

1939
AAO
Port Arthur Oanal A Dook—See
Porto Rlcan Amer Tobacco—
Oonv 6s 1942JAj
Potrero Sugar 7s 1947—MAN 1'
7s stamped 1947———MAN
Pressed Steel Oar 6s 1983—J &
Oonv dob 5s 1943—.—JAJ
Prico Brof A Oo lot 6s *43 A.FA *
Certificates of deposit---——

Poor A Oo 6s

Protostant Church of Germany—
7s 1946.
———
AAO

Prov Paper Ltd 5%s

102%
103%

/
/

13
40
99%

15
50

/

19

20%

f

31

33

103%
52
34
/ 49

97
98%
1C3
RR.
51

fk 68
k

.

35

71

72"

52%

55%

100

101

100%

_

/

25%

102

1947—MAN

Purs Oil Co—

10-yr s f 5X % notes *40—MAR
15-yr s f 4%s w w 1950—JAJ
J&J

Purity Bakeries 5s 194S

101%
93
95%

—

28

Oonv deb 6Xs 1941——MAN
IX
Radlo-Kelth-Orpheum Oorp—
Part paid ctfs (for 6% deb and
common stock) 65% paid — /
55%
Debenture gold 6s 1941—JAD •/SO
52
Railway Express Agency Inc—
Serial 5s '36-'38 (s-a).—MAS a 100% to 109

Series 5s *89-'49 (s-a)—..MAR
Ramapo Ajax Oorp 6%s '42 MAS
Reliable Scores Oorp 6s *37 AAO
Reliance Mgt Oorpfts 1954—FAA
Remington Rand, Inc—
Deb 5%s 1947 with ware.MAN
Without warrants——

a

109
101

101%
92

104
104

to 114
——

....

96

104%

101%

100

51

♦/SI
/ 44
f 87
/ 87

Quaker Oltjr Gold Storage—
1st 6s • f 1951—.....MAN

103%
54

59

Sink fund deb 5%s 1939—JAP
,102%
Pickering Lumber 6s A *46—MAN f 15
Pierce Butler A Pierce 6Xs '42f 10
107
Pillsbury Flour Mills 6s 1943 AAO
Pine Hill Oollieries 1st 6s 1942— f
19
65
Pirelli Oo of Italy con 7s '52MAN
Plttsb Brewing 6s Feb 4 *49—JAJ
104%
Pittsburgh Ooal Oo—
106%
Sinking fund deb 6s 1949.FAA
Pittsburgh Screw A Bolt Oorp—
Deb s f g 6X8 1947——JAD
96%
Pitts Steel s f 6s 1948—
FAA
95%
Pittsburgh-Westmoreland Ooal
1st s f g 6s 1947 opt—
95%
MAN

93

99%

/
/

37

39

99

k

102

Pocahontas Oenaol Collieries—
1st gold 5s 1957 sp—
JAJ
Pocahontas Oorp 6s 1943———

>V'

74

—

45

92

-

Montreal Ooke A M 5Xs 1947—
V| irrls A Co ist i r 4n*
104%
JAJ
Morris Plan sec 6s x-w 1947 MAS
79%
Mtge-Bond Co 4s ser 2 66- AAO / 61
6s series 4 1933
MAN / 60
5X« series 16 1940
MAN / 60

Namm (A I) A Son—See Mfrs

mmmrn*

4

102

99%
99

15%
15%
15%

C2

Mlnerarla. Italv>deh 7s *37 J&J

106

Phillips Petroleum Oo—

102%
I 53

/1 13

5-yr 6% notes 1931-.——MA8
Monon <v»al—See Ohlc Ind A L

s

Phlla A Read O A 1 6s lV7a—JAj
Oonv deb 6s 1949-.
-MAS

100
35

13
13

MAN

6s 1941 ser A.MASl?
f 6s 1952...

JAJ
Penn Greyhound Lines, Inc—

92
73

90
Monroe Ooal Mining 6s 1947—
Monsanto Chemical Works—
1st s f 5Xs 1942.....
MAN t—.
Montecatlnl
(Societa
Gen
Ind

.

Without warrants...

52

/
gold notes 1935
A AO /
Minnesota A Ontario Paper Oo—
1st 6s series A 1945——AAO /
1st 6s