Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on September 7, 1936 · 38
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g -wmsmmmm- CHicauo hay tribune - Monday. September: 1936,'- RAILROADS FIND NEW SPEEDSTERS BOOST REVENUES Even Increase Travel on v Regular Trains. BY PHILIP HAMPSON. Business obtained by the new streamlined and high speed passenger trains placed in operation in the last few years have brought revenues to the railroads which apparently they would not otherwise have received and has not cut into the revenues of their existing trains, passenger officials of Chicago railroads said yesterday. The Alton railroad reports that its streamlined train, the Abraham Lincoln, has been a moneymaker ever since it has been in operation. But also important is the fact that since this de luxe train has been in operation between Chicago and St. Louis the road's other trains have shown increases in earnings. ight Trains Get. More Trafic. " We were afraid," said W. G. Brown, passenger trafic manager of the Baltimore and Ohio-Alton, "that the Abraham Lincoln would take business away from our other trains, but this did not happen. Business on all our trains has increased and the volume we handle on our night trains is much improved over what it was before the Abraham Lincoln went into service." The North Western's "400," the first of the high speed trains to go into service, has been profitable ever since it went into operation between Chicago and St. Paul-Minneapolis, said R. Thomson, trafic manager. Sufficient new business, has been created for the road's other trains serving the two centers to make diversion of passengers from the other trains to the "400" unnoticeable, he added. Chicago-Denver Travel Increase. Despite the placing into daily service of the high speed streamliner, the City of Denver, the other regular trains serving Chicago and Denver have had an increase of business of about 45 per cent during the time the new trains have been running, Thomson said. The Burlington has found that since its streamlined Zephyr trains have been operating between Chicago and Denver, the business of other trains has picked up. The Zephyrs have been carrying capacity loads, but despite this the night trains have obtained sufficient business to make them profitable. This road has found that its twice a day Zephyr service to the Twin Cities has cut into the business of the Black Hawk, a standard train, but the increased revenues produced by the Twin Zephyrs offset this. Roads Regaining Trafic. Burlington officials believe that introduction of the new trains has been a vital factor in bringing passengers back to the railroads from other mediums of transportation. This, offi-. lals say, is demonstrated by experience with the Zephyr operating between Omaha and Kansas City. When the Zephyr went into service on this run, the business on the standard trains was increased. The business handled by the Zephyr train trebled that of the old type train it displaced. The Illinois Central reports that its new streamliner, the Green Diamond, has helped the business of its other trains running between Chicago and St. Louis. One official admitted that introduction of this fast train made a considerable part of the public conscious of the fact that the Illinois Central goes to St- Louis. Business of the road's night train to St. Louis has been helped, it was said. Since May 17 the Green Diamond has carried 25,000 passengers and the other St. Louis trains have carried about 30,000 passengers in the same period. Fast, Train Stimulates Travel. The Milwaukee road reports that its Hiawatha train has been a stimulant to travel on that line. Despite 1he popularity of the Hiawatha, busi ness on the road's night trains between Chicago and the Twin Cities is reported to be running 30 per cent over a year ago. Both the Pioneer Limited and 1he Olympian are reported to be showing substantial increases in revenue. The New York Central says that the Mercury, high speed train recently put into service between Cleveland and Detroit, has not decreased travel between the two cities on the road's other trains. That road bflievcs the fast schedule of the Mercury has attracted business to the road which might have gone by some other means of transportation. The consensus is that, while improved business has played an important part in increased railroad passenger revenues, the new high speed trains have dramatized the railroads in the minds of the public and made it raiiroad conscious. STEEL WORKERS TO ASK MEETING WITH F AIRLESS Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 6. W) Philip Murray, chairman of the steel workers organizing committee, said tonight "company union" representatives of Carnegie-Illinois Steel corporation plants will meet here Wednesday to demand recognition of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers as a bargaining agency. He said thirty-five leaders of employe representation groups will act as spokesmen for 89,000 of the 110,-000 employes of Carnegie-Illinois, and will seek a conference with Benjamin F. Fairless, president of the corporation. Murray said the group also will ask a forty hour week, a 25 per cent increase jn wages, and better safety conditions. Earlier he sent a telegram to Gov. H. C. Ktimp of West Virginia requesting -an investigation of reported attacks on two committee organizers. NEWaYORK WEEKLY STOCK MARKET 5.1' lamm Div'd yield, 1936- If t. Hish. Low. Description fl.3 118 110 Abr & St pfd . 4.7 74 59 Acme Stl 1,700 1.4 13 994 Adams Exo ... 7,;S00 17 Adams Mill . . . 1,200 32 Addressog- 3,400 1 Advance Eurae 1,600 58 Air Reduo ... 3,600 2 Air Way EI Ap 1,300 PI Alab & Vieks . 50 13 Alaska Jim ...23,000 2 Alleghany . . .48,700 12 Do pfd it . 2.300 Net Sales. High. Low. Close, ehsre 270 111 lll'A 11114 4.6 2.2 1.3 fl.l 4.0 35 28 31 81 08 17 4 44 4fi 44 45 19 2.6 245 157 1.8 28 23 13 84 28 5 54 2.9 6.3 1.1 3.9 64 13 22 27 2 77 4 98 15 4 44 4 44 44 35 2.1 125 5.0 63 2.4 55 4.2 72 2.7 60 3.8 3 38 12 Do pfS30ww.18.600 12 Do pf$40 ww 2,400 27 Do pr pfd ... 4,500 26AUesr Steel... 2.400 Al Ch A Dye 1.900 231 Allied Mills .13.900 28 rc Allied stra .32,500 13 69 Do pfd 1,000 82 35 Alhs-Chal Mfer.37,000 56 19 Alpha 3? Cem . 900 26 2 Amal Lea 8,600 2 34 Do pfd 300 54 75 Amerada. 1.000 97 49 Am A C Del 2.900 61 37 Am Bank Note 4,000 42 65 Do pfd 70 7J 40 Am Er Shoe . 2.100 60 124 Do pfd 3.2 3 37 116 Am Can 4.1 169 162 Do pfd ... 49 30 Am Car & Fd ... 87 57 Do pfd ... 60 31 Am Chain ... ... 334 114 Do Pfd 4.0 102 S7Am Chicle ... ... 13 7 Am Colort ... ... 32 20 Am Coml Alco ... 32 16 Am Crystal S 6.1 99 89 Do 6 pf . 5 3 Am Kncaus T. 9 Am JSuror. ... Am & F Pow. 25 Do Sfl pfd .. 64 13 21 35 2 73 3 98 14 3 40 40 40 41 34 226 26 12 79 52 25 2 52 95 69 41 71 58 137 4 13 21 27 2 . 77 Close year arc . . 115 60 31 13 2 3 3 8 4 6 5 4 98 15 4 44 45 44 44 34 229 28 1 12 79 55 2B 2 54 2 96 60 41 1 71 602 1381 1 16 1 6 6 6 16 28 6 164 1 71 28 1674 3 80 66 53 28 63 36 70 2,100 140 138 4,500 127 122 127 6 144 400 169 168 169 2 158 15,500 49 45 48 3 23 1.000 87 85 87 3 54 8,000 60 58 58 20 1.100 134 128 133 4 95 400 101 99 101 1 90 2.100 12 5.0 8.3 5.3 k.h 3.3 3.6 6.5 7.0 6 9 0.7 4.3 5.1 34 9 37 43 18 21V, 8 46 4" 4 24 13 36 95 29 15 35 55', 14 87 7 9 3 2 13 Do $7 pfd Do 2d pfd Am Haw SS . 5 Am Bide & I.e 32 Do old 37 Am Dome 3?r . 2 Am Joe 3 Do pfd 9 A m Internal . 23 Am Loco 66 Do pfd . 9.100 3,100 70 1,100 200 6.200 500 2,300 1.300 3.900 3.7O0 90O 1,000 700 600 3.6(H) ..14,000 700 21 Am M & Pdy 6,200 3 0 Am M & Met . 3,800 27 Am Wrlal ... 4,100 35 Am News 3O0 7 Am Pow & L. 18,300 43 Do 56 pri.. 4,900 36 Do S5 pfd.. 6,200 3 8Am R&Std S.32.7O0 23 Am Boll Mill. 17, 600 36 Am S Raz new 3, BOO 3 8 Am Seating- . 2,000 S5Am S Bids- . 930 56 Am Sm A H .11,000 Do pfd ... Do 2d pfd 34 39 ... 28 7.1 33 3.5 91 4.7 352 3 36 5.6 ll'8 104 4.8 73 57 Am Snuff 4.2 143 133 Do pfd ... 44 20 Am Stl Fdrs - . . 130 107 Do Pfd 7.7 36 24 Am Stores .. 3.3 63 4S "Am Sugar Ref 4.0 26 20 Am Sum Tob 5.1 178 149 Am Tel & Tel. 5.13 02 87 Am Tob 5.0 104 88 Do B 4.1 150 136 Do pld 8't Am Type Fdrs 28 31 98 4 3 3 7 31 37 15 20 6 36 45 2 3 8 3 2 33 93 26 33 34 55 13 87 74 23 .28 39 24 28 8S 90(1 148 11 27 30 7 4 13 6 2f 35 14 20 5 35 45 2 IS 11 31 91 23 10 31 65 13 85 72 32 27 38 23 27 82 3 45 3 2n 28 31 97 4 . 3 3 7 . 31 37 15 20 5 35 45 01.; 18 . 33 33 92 23 11 34-' 55 . 3 3 85-:- 22 28 39 23 28 84 148 1 1 1 1 27 16 79 "7 7 33 36 14 11 32 20 9 16 52 23 8 23 29 7 39 33 18 27 13 ... 13 0.8 27 5.6 3 08 ... 11 ... 70 ..." 3 0 200 3 08 107 10R 800 63 61 62 100 143 142 142 .12,900 44 42 44 460 129 3 29 129 4,000 26 24 26 3.600 63 61 61 3,000 24 24 24 9.400 177 173 177 1,500 100 99 99 2,500 3 02 100 1 01 200 147 147 147 6.700 125f ! io.u 39 Am Wat Wka. 34.700 26 24 26 92 Do 1st pfd.. 200 108 108 108''--!- 2 1 25 46 3 1 35 108 1 73 1 136 1 1 9 98 39 2 57 25 2 143 1 !lfi 1 99 136 7 Am Woolen ... 7.800 54 Do pfd .... 6,000 Am Writ Taper 800 4 Do pfd 90O 3 Am Zinc LAS. 5,000 4 4 Do pfd 10O 24 Do pr old .. 200 ... 73 ... 32 1.9 41 1.4 70 3.2 ,2(i ... 15 . 5 3.8 50 0.8 3 22 318 Do pfd 6.1 110 105 Armour Del pfd 28 Anaconda ....34.700 35 Anacon W A. C 1,500 16 Anchor Cap .. 5,100 9 Andes Cop ... 300 3 A P W Paper. 300 37 Arch-Dan-M .. 40O 61 4 50 26 39 70 3 9 12 3 40 70 3 20 ( o7 6 3 50 26 38 69 1V 11 3 40 120 K 59 . 6 4 50 . 26 39 1-60 39 12 3 . 40 120 3 2 7.7 2.9 3.8 7 84 62 3 5 ... 108 ... 23 ... 119 0.6 51 2.4 88 4.9 106 ... 35 400 110 110 1101; - its Armour ill ii.nii'i 5 66 Do pr pfd .. 1,700 78 76 78 --' 47 Armstrong Ck. 4.600 52 50 51 7 Arnold Const.. 2,300 13 J 2 13;- 8 Artloom 2,400 17 14 16 95 Do pfd 20 108 108 108 12Assd Dry Gds. 30,900 21 18 21 98 Do 2d pld . 100 116 115 115 36 A.d Oil 3 0 39 39 39 59 Atch T & S 6,100 83 81 83-90 Do pfd 800 102 100 102 11 Atl Cst, Line.. 12, 600 34 32 33 17 32 5 11 Atl G & W 1. 13 Do pfd 26 All Refln .... 111 Do pfd 48 Atlas Powder.. 112 Do pfd 14 Atlas Tack ... 300 26 Auburn Auto . 4,900 5AuKt N'tc-h ... l.u'HI 4 Aviation Corp 0,700 B 2 Baldwin Loc .12.600 3 2 Do asd . .. 4,200 3 33 Do a?d pfd.. 1.900 o." 29 Do pfd 5,200 56 15 Bait & Ohio ..56,400 25 21 Do pfd 9,9'Mi 39 41 Bang & Ar .. 9,000 44 110 Do pld 290 11.5 13 Barker Bros .. 2,800 19 S2 Do Pfd ... . 1 30 102 14 Barnsdall 11.700 18 16Bayuk Ci.ir- . 2.2O0 18 110 Do lirt pld . 18 Beatrice Cr . . 100 Do 5 pf ww 97 85 Beech-Nut P . 16 13 Belding-Hem . . 89 83 Belg N R pfd. 31 21Bendix Aviat. .13,500 2-1 20 Bene! lnd Ln. 3,000 59 48 Best A Co ... 3,600 69 45 Beth Stl 61,800 19 3 6 Do 6 pld 4,900 5.8 123 107 Do 7 pld 2.4 48 23 Bigelow-San .. 1.8 20 14 Blaw-Knox 2.t 29 18 Bloomingdale . 6.3 113 109 Do pfd ... 99 77 Blumenthal pfd ... 31 16Boeins Au-pl 7.L 63 41 Bohn Alum .. 4.4 100 80 Bon Ami A .. 6.1 45 39 Do B 25 Borden 3.8 83 64 Borg-Warner . 6 Boston A M. 12 Bi idseprt Brass ... 32 3.7 35 3.6 115 3.0 73 4.9 126 3.1 30 ... 54 ... 10 ... 6 ... 3 ... 55 ... 56 . . . 25 ... 30 5.S 49 6.3 118 ... 20 ... 102 4.4 20 2.1 19 6.3 114 2.4 26 5.0 105 1.450 23 20 23 3.700 32 29 32 5,400 27 27 27 100 112 112 112 . 400 68 66 H6 60 124 123 123 1 1 1 1 1 2 o " 2 3 3 16 30 3' 3 53 51 16 V 3 I . 6 16 76 9 49 3 4t4 19 25 13 8 1 46 1 If 104 4 64 31 7 7 14 89 5.;t" 87 26 6 8 22 42 113 8 38 .-,- -56 -'2 '3 357 43 25 1 1' 39 4.'! 7.1 7.1 3.5 5.3 110 110 17 19 96 102 17 18 17 3 8 10 113 113 113 l.OOO 21 20 21 400 100 IOO 100 700 87 5 96 5,300 14 J 3 14 100 86 29 21 58 69 19 J.800 123 119 1,300 42 36 5,000 17 16 90 27 27 3.4 6.0 4.1 32 83 1 I 3 8 64 '. s 69 50-'-'. 3 2 51 5.51 14 5.9 5e: 6.4 65 ... 33 ... 16 ... 3 Itl ... J 5 1 ... 1 14 ... J4 40 .16,500 2 2KI 130 240 8,800 8.000 1 ,300 4.6O0 43 Brisgs Mfg . .24.700 47 Briggs A Str 8O0 41 Bristol-Mv 400 4Bklyn A Qu T. 27.400 33 Do ptd 40 Bk lyn-M an T . 97 Do pffl 44 Bkly di Gas. 473rown Shoe .. 8 Brunswick -Hal . 8 Bucynm-Erie . 108 Do 77- pfd.. . 9Budd Mtg ... 86. 29 21 68 69 18 120 -42 1 6 27 320 111 11 1 11 1 86 28 21 56 66 18 1 1 7 2 1 46 114 5 61 0 1 i i 16 89 13 83 21 18 60 80 29 44 92 41 30 79 7 15 59 6 46 8 41' 53 3 100 103 102 3.2O0 61 49 300 47 41 5,200 12 11 2.800 16 14 89 29 42 92 41 29 79 7 16 58 49 46 8 40 53 102 6 4 7 12 14- 230 110 109 109 8.200 14 13 13 2.600 6.4O0 89 28 42 91 40 29 74 7 34 65 49 45 7 38 52 2 5 21 13 21 . . . 108 14 1 49 1 100 43 24 49 8 14 44 44 36 2 25 44 90 65 61 5 7 87 16 3.5 1 33 9 19 24 6 25 11 30 1 Do rls 2d pfd ss Do ptd 8 Budd Wheel .. 7. mm 20 Billiard Co ...l't.400 11Bulova Watch. 3.6OO 25 Burr Ad Mach. 4.3O0 2 Bush Term ... l,:o 8 Do 7 der... 300 14 BushTBldg pf ct 90 2 Butte Cop A 7. 3.9O0 1 Byers Co 3,1 'XI 54 Do pM 330 22 Byron Jack ... 4,100 2.3O0 1 1 1 300 114 114 114 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 V. 31 35 27 4 12 17 4 HO 69 29 111 28 34 26 4 3 2 16 4 21 61 28 10 31 35 2 4 12 16 ;- 4 21 9 -;-29- 3 4N o 19 1 0 18 2 2 18 59 4 3 1 1 I 40 3 36 49 3 8 5.0 102 2.9 9 ... 3 86 5.2 143 9 32 3.8 4.5 2.9 4.1 3.3 100 102 101 101 2.800 7 7 7 1,100 160 156 158 80 134 134 134 2. 3.8 4.5 5.6 3.8 31 80 35 57 9 58 3 9 58 V 305 21 5.8 104 4.2 3.' 5.0 69 86 6 4 12 2 8 12 31 2 5 20 59 ' 3 8 8 31 30 33 2.3 36 6.6 124 11.3 3 9 7.6 86 1 ."..3 46 7.7 9.5 30' ; Calif Pack ... 1.500 41 40 40 Callahan Z-Ld. .32.600 1 1 1 6 'Calumet & H. 9.7IMI 11 II II 30 Campbell Wy . 3.IHK) 35 34 35 10 Can D Q Ale.. 5,3tM) 16 15 15 10 Canad Pac ....23.500 12 11 12 37 Cann Mills .. 1,700 49 46 49 12 Cap Adam A.. 100 16 15 15 91 Caro C&O sipd 6 Carriers & Gen 92 Case J 1 116 Do pfd 54Caterpii Tract. 3,100 74 73 73 21(lanese 13,400 27 26 2'. 19 Celotcx 2.600 30 28 30 54 Do pld "80 80 78 80 25 Cent Acuir ... 3,300 33 32 33 35 Cent. RR N .1.. 50 i 44 46 6 Century Rib M 500 7 7 7 47 Cerro de Pas.. 9.700 55 53 64 8 Certain-feed ...18,600 10 9 9 58 Do 6 pfd.. 120 58 58 58 . 80';. Do 7 Pfd.. 2,660 105 98 105 19 Chamo Pap&F 1.0o 20 20 20 101 Do pfd 70 103 102 103 51 Ches A Ohio. 13,200 67 66 67 59 Clies Corp ... 1,000 83 2 ChiAJS 111 pld. 400 4 2 Chi & N W...11.100 3 6 Do pfd 3.400 9 3 Chi Gt West. . 500 1 4 Do pfd 2,300 8 6 C lnd & L pfd 80 9 1.7 OO 30 1.100 1 2.800 3 6,800 19 1.900 59 1,200 2 1,200 6 1,100 6 200 2fl 2,300 21 4,800 9 10 33 4 32 5 2l 10 10 36 1 3 93 7 78 1 12 54 28 25Cbi Mail Or 1 C M St P A P. 2 Do pfd 3 2 Chi Pneu T 40 Do pfd 3 Chi R Is A P. 3 Do 6 pfd.. 3 Do 7fl 3 9 Chi Yel Cab... 20 Chick Cot Oil. 7 Childs Co 25 Chile Cop 85 Chrysler . 15 City Ice A 72 Do pfd 4 City Sirs 23 Clark Equip . 4.1 111 107 ClevEllllu pfd. 2.7 46 33 Clev Graph Br 1.7 70 48 Cluett Pea ... 1.6 124 84 Coca-Cola 5.4 57 55 Do A 3.3 20 3 3 Colg-ate-Pal,n 5.8 3 06 100 Do pld 3.5 57 39 Coll A Aik. 6.3 112 107 Do pld ... 82 4 2 7 1 7 6 28 1 3 17 57 2 5 6 25 20 8 33 82 4V,J-3-i-9 1 30 1 3 18 58 2 5 6 25- 21 S 33 ....35.000 115 11.3 115 6,100 940 3.200 3.000 18 85 7 36 84 7 35 17 84 7 35 6 1 1 1 2 1 ' ' ' ' ' 3 1 25 59 7 57 6 tii 100 111 111 111 2,400 37 36 37 . 1,000 58 53 58 2 . 2,900 124 11 8 124 5 . 1,100 57 5(5 56 .18,700 15 1.4 15 1 2O0 102 102 102 1 .29,900 57 51 7 6 SO 111 110 111 47 46 1 3 33 1 2 9 42 1 2 3 26 5 23 68 3 6 80 4 15 33 24 55 18 104 28 98 Week ended September 5, 1936. Toil sales for week 6,580,59 Total sales 193ft flle 327,500,634. Crreonliir week year ago 7,247,150 Total sales 1935 to date .....204,580,028 Div'd yield, 1936 pet. Hiph. Low. Description Sales. 8 Colonial Bea . 1 0 21 Colo A Sou 190 19 Do 1st pfd.. 810 16 Do 2d pfd... 10 28 ... 36 ... 37 ... 36 ... 9 ... 49 1.0 23 5.7 107 4.9 103 2.6 45 6.0 61 3.2 136 4. 80 High. 27 29 32 29 6 29 22 Low. Close, 3 Colo Fuel & Ir. 11,700 23 Do pfd 4,390 14 Colum GAE1 .42,700 90 Do pfd A... 800 106 80 Do 6 pfd.. 30 102 31 Col Pict Ttc. 5.000 39 42 Do pfd 500 46 94 Colum Carb 27 27 29 29 5 23 21 105 101 37 45 27 29 32 29 6 28 21 105 102 38 46 Net chge. 1 2 1 1 1 Close year ago. S 20 17 16 13 82 300 127 125 127 2 44 Cotnl Credit ...24,800 80 77 80 3.5 117 100 Do pfd new. 9,1 00 117 113 137 4.9 82 55 Coml Jot Tr.. 7.500 82 79 83 4.9 123 110 Do cv 56 Pfd. 1,000 122 139 122 3.4 122 97 Do $4.2-5 cvpf 500 121 119 121 3.H 24 14 Coml Holv 12,900 2Com'wlth A S.40,400 69 Do pfd 2,700 7 Conde Nast .. 600 30 'Congoleum-N . 6,500 1 5 Conn RyAL pfd 8 Consol Cigar . 65 Do pfd 72 Do pr pfd ww 2 Con Coal 4.2 4.7 9.3 8.1 4.6 5 82 12 44 33 13 78 85 4 20 44 4.6 109 3 2 Do pld 27 Con Kdis 102 Do Pfd 450 1,000 180 40 800 430 ...46,700 17 3 72 7 34 17 10 74 80 3 3 7 44 16 3 69 7 33 16 10 70 80 3 3 5 42 5.0 4.8 4.4 4 2 4.B 3.1 2'i 4.5 4.6 4.4 4 Con Film 3,100 15 Do pfd 3,000 3 Con Laundries 9.200 11 Con Oil 26,100 6ConRRCuba pf 800 Con Text 8,900 15 Container Cor. 2.500 10 Con t Bak A... 11,600 800 108 106 108 16 3 72 7 34 17 3 0 74: 80 3 17 44 91 63 . ... 3 69 3 113 3 100 19 2 63 5 17 6 12 7 4 17 6 12 7 20 6 15 U 1 26 15 Container Cor. 2.500 21 19Mi 10 Cont Bak A ... 1 1,600 18 2 IS Do B 12,000 3 94 67 Do pid 500 94 87 67 Con Can 12,200 72 24 17 Cont Diani Fib 3,300 23 4fi 35 Com Ins 3,200 40 4 2 Cont Mot 7,300 2 38v 28 Cont Oil Del.. 9.3(10 31 46 27 lint Stl 1.200 33 69 66 Corn Exchange 340 66 82 63 Corn Prod 5.300 70 4.4 168 158 Do pfd 4O0 160 KiO 7 4 Coiy 7,300 5 5 5.6 37 36 Cream of Wh. 1 ,600 36 36 1.6 35 16Crosley Rad ..12,.'!MI 35 33 1.3 78 43 Crown Cork ..32.300 78 10 4.3 52 46. Do pfd ww.. 3.100 52'i 50-V J OH 10 49 2 3 8 14 44 ... 24 6.4 110 ... 9 31 66 6.8 1.6 102 down WP pfd 7 Crown Keller .. 28 Crucible Sll . 1 Cuba Co 10 Cuba RR pd.. 6 Cuban-Am Sug 35 Cudahy Pack. . 16 Curtis Tub ... 99 Do pfd 4 CiirlisK-Wright.34.200 10 Do A 20,800 43 'Cutlei Ham .. 700 D 6 17 12 . 7 . 21 17 3 81 72 21 . 39 1 . 31 33 66 67 160 6 . 36 . 34 7'8 52 t- JO 108 108 108 3,400 8 8 8 12.900 49 4 7 49 700 1 1 1 30 11 11 ll 1,110 109 104 109J- 500 37 36 37 4 800 20 3 9 20-i- 1.2O0 110 198 110 6 6 H 19 18 19 20 16 1 91 69 21 39 2 29 32 65 67 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 6 1 1 4 35 56 8 66 80 29 99 4 17 4 fl 3 1 64 86 14 40 1 20 56" 67 '4 37 14 31 Div'd yield, 1836 pet. High. Low. Description Sales. Bigb. Low. 5.7 37 19 Holly Sug 5,400 37 35 2.8 644 414 tHomestake M 200 435 435 6.1 6.0 4.7 6.9 44 33 70 32 57 5 17 19 3 Net Close, chge. 35 2 435 Close year ago. 39Houd-Her A... 700 43 40 41 22 Do pfd 20,100 30 29 30 54Houshld Fn A. 400 66 64 64 6 Houston Oil. ..10,100 9 8 9 48 Howe Sound... 3,400 61 50 51 3Vs Hudson & Man 3,800 4 4 4 8 Do pfd 800 13 12 13 13 Hudson Mot... 15,600 17 16 17 1 Hupp Mot 9,300 2 2 2 8 405 41 1 22 .... I 6.8 5.1 3.8 .34,900 30 700 . 3 ,200 . 5,500 3,800 200 3 8 Illinois Cent.. 58 Do led lines. 30 Do pld 4 lnd Refin 25Iodust Ray.... 1.5 147 106 Inger Rand.... 2.0 114 88 Inland Stl 6 Inspirat Cop.: 5 Insuransh ct. . . lllnterb Rap T.. 12,900 2 Intercon Rub.. 700 9Interlake Jr.. .53,300 2 Int Agricul.... 1,100 22 Do pr ptd.... 400 3.6 185 160 Int Bus Mach. 3.6 56 35 Int Cement.... 3.2 90 66 Int Harvest... 4.7 160 148 Do pfd 5 2 Int Hydro-El A 8 4 iDt Mer Mar 28 70 54 13 34 13 7 18 6 3 5 5 41 28 27 28 69 68 69 54 53 53 10 9 10 32 31 32 200 132 131 131V1 800 112 110 112 10 5 14 3 11 3 26 700 168 167 9.000 56 56 6,300 79 77 100 150 150 4,300 3 3 900 5 4 11 6 16 3 13 3 27 11 6 . 16 3 12 3 26 167 56 79 150 3 6 55 100 130 130 130 900 5 6 5 . 200 2 2 2 . 2,300 2 1 J 6,400 40 38 39 1,000 38 37 38 60 113 111 113 260 6 5 6 3 00 5 5 5 1,030 41 39 40 47 4 10 12 2 15 63 23 2 30 98 90 4 6 21 2 8 3 37 1 183 30 1 1 2 56 60 63 64 0 27 1 69 40 18 106 2 8 28 2.5 65 43 Int Nick Can.. 44,500 55 53 5.4 130 125 Do ptd 7 3 Int Pap A P A 4 2 Do B 3 1 3o C ... 45 20 Do pfd 4.7 44 37 Int Print Ink. 5.4 111 107 Do 1st TJfd.. 8 3 Int. By C Am.. 7 3 Do ct ... 46 19 Do pfd 1.030 41 29 23 Int Salt :i :J. 3 63 47 lr,t Shoe 400 48 48 48 23 35 Int Silver i"" J-07 J "Ti "'. 67 50 Do pld 60 63 61 63 ... 3 9 3 2 Int Tel A Tel. 26, 500 3 3 32 33 ... 26 10 lnterst Dept S.11,900 26 23 26 7 0 101 82 Do pld 180 100 98 100 2 5 22 3 5 Jntertype 300 20 19 20 7 4 29 24 Island Ci k C... 9110 27 26 .- 4.8 126 113 Do pld , 30 120 126 126 J 3 6.6 4.2 3 3 29 125 .. 2 .. 1 1 3 I 26 101 2 2 14 30 46 71 11 16 88 12 26 1 1 1 3 1.8 17 89 31 26 52 . 23 8 1 53 1 28 58 42 40 4 3 34 21 61 ... 3 1 ... 79 3.7 40 ... 26 3 ... 8 1.7 18 2,3 167 133 4.6 133 129 4 8 4.0 3.6 4.6 3.8 7.9 3.5 2.200 8.HOO 5O0 .609 7 Davega Sirs .. 52 Deere A Co.... 27 Do ptd 19 Deisel-Wem-Gil. 36 Del A Hud.... 16. 30(1 14 Del Lack A W. 27.000 4 DARGW pfd . 1 .000 Detroit Ed ... Devoe A Ray A 33 Diam Malcli . 2,300 38 Do pld 800 18 Dist Corp Seajr. 18,40(1 39 Dixie-Vortex .. 200 41 Dome Mines .. 3,700 7 Dominion Sirs . 600 60 Douglas Aire 29 Dresser A 13 Do ft 1 Dul SSAA pld 4 DunhiM Int, .. 13 Dun lap Silk . . . Du Pont dfl f . . Do deh 17 75 V 29 26 48 20 6 200 J 49 800 56 35 41 20 19 58 10 74 40 24 1 5 13 16 73 29 25 45 19 17 74V 29 25 48 2(1 146 149 33.400 3 .IOO 1.400 2O0 6O0 40O 53 83 40 25 3 9 56 10 70 40 21 1 5 13 56 33 40 25 . 1 9 73 4'l 22 3 , 3 1 1 41 28 38 17 3 9 40 38 0 39 8 32 23 11 4.4Jli- 311', Dllk 1.1. 1st pfd ... 26 13 Durham Hos pf 13 9,600 158 164 158 SOO mo 129 130 7 0 113 112 113 10 16 16 16 3 1 5 2 122 127 ... 314 9 5 Eastern Koll .. 2 9 185 156 Easlman Rod. 3.7 166 162 Do pf1 5.4 37 28 Eaton Mfg .. ... 12 6 Eitingpii Si h 4.0 7 5 El A Miif... 2.8 44 30 El Auto L.. 6.3 114 J 10 Do pfd ... 17 10 EI Rust ... 17 6 El Pow A l.t.. ... 78 29 Do JO pfd.. ... 85 32 Do pf.l 4.2 55 42 EI Stor Bai.. I Kin Horn Coal . 3 1 Do ild 4.4 116 110 Endi-.lohn pfd. ... 16 7 Eng Pub 8vc. ... 84 45 Do S6 pfd ... 89 4.8 Do pfd ww.. 97 55 Do 6 pM.. 7 5 Eouit Off Bide. 18 3 1 Erie R R 311 10 Do 1st pfd.. 51 1 1 Do 2ri pfd ... 15 12 Enrtha V CI.. 4i 23 Kvans Prod . . . 8 1 Exchange BuB. 1 .600 R R 1.700 171 174 70 J 63 162 17.3(10 37 34 II.IOO 12 10 1.700 5 5 49.200 42 30 210 112 112 15.100 14 3 3 16 16 73 10 78 76 48 41 8 .... 7'. 175 162 :o,ooo 1 ,500 3.600 2,100 400 600 60 1 1 r SOO 13 1 ' 162 r 3 7 -,-12 V, ." 42 112 1 1 Vi i-15 7o 1 2 1 1 14 115; 3.3 200 3O0 30O 4.600 19,800 21.400 7.800 90 in.. 100 500 78 80 85 6 18 30 21 1 5 31 a 13 76 79 84 6 16 28 19 34 13 18 -. 811 H 86 h ; 18 -! 30 i 21 , I 4 -0 ; 6- 3 8' 3.' 116 4.0 50 6.2 2 F;iirbiiM Co. k Oo pin 34 Fairb Mme . 122 Do pfd 31 Fajarrto Sua . 2 18 Fed l.t A Tr. 99 84 Do pfd 92 31 Fed M A S 3 1 3 59 20(1 J 76 3.000 50 260 1 611 .30(1 12', 5 3.3 2.9 3.4 38 49 31 6.9 113 110 4.3 33', 24 1 Fed Mot 3 Fcrl Screw .... 2 Fed Wat Sv- A 20 Kderat D Sirs 38 Fid P rVe Ins -0 1 ilcne'i" Sons . Do ptd FiKtn T A R. . 1 3 6V 114 4 7 24 95 38 8 4 4 37 41 :h . n 13 68-;- 176 -j-60 -:-24-9 7 4 I r 9' 4 3 25 6 6 3 29 1 330 8 5 24 26 46 i 1 6 39 40 4 I 6 13 I 7 II 34 3 8 2 3; H ;5 600 87 87 871, 1,600 11 5 3 13 115 3 0 124 124 124 1,540 111 101 111 4.6 88 68 Jewel Tea 1.7 129 88 Jobns-Manville. 6.7 126J2I Do pfd ...111 75 JonesAl.Stl pid K 2.5 43 39 Kalam Slove. . 400 40 ...26 3 3 Kas City Sou.. 2,800 23 48',; 1 Do pfd 3,700 46 23 17 Kaufmnnn Dept 1,100 24 33 25 Kavser J 900 26 96 80 Keitb-A-Orph pt 10 96 28 20 Eel Hay Whl A 6.600 24 24 3 8 Do B 3.000 21 25 34 "Kelvinaior ...38,500 20 87 Kendall pfd ... " 1"' 69 V, .... 72 125 9 821 Div'd yield, 1936 pet. High. Low. Net Description Sales. High. Low. Close, chge. 4.2 4.8 2.5 6 0 101 3.8 48 28 "Kennecott 13.000 2.6 1.9 1.6 22 29 1 4 3 17 Keystone SAW. 3 8 Kimberlv CI ... 3 Kinney U R . . . 30 Do pfd 20 Kresge S S 900 200 300 740 6,100 48 20 26 4 36 28 40 22 46 24 25 96 22 20 20 100 4 6 19 26 4 32 6.8 110 101 Do .Id 10 103 103 St 6 4 Krepge Dept ... 9.v, 74 Do pld 2.6 39 35 Kirss S H new 1.6 2fe 19 Kroger Grot ., 500 30 1 9(1(1 5,800 6 93 39 21 11 S3 3.') 20 40 , 23 46 24 26 96 23 -h 20 20 100 41 19 26 4 30 28 103 6 93 39-;- 21 3 1 12 16 19 22 20 12 90 23 3 .".3 26 1 11 3 11.8 26 15 I.amV-ri '".' i.atie l'trvHni .. 12 I.ee Rub A T. . 15 Lehigh Port C. 94 Do 4 pfd... 2 Lehijrh A'al C. 9 Do pfd.. 3 8 0.8 89 12 37 ' 4 7', 3 1 J 2 26 1 3 16 3(1 3.4 119 4 ... 16 ... 18 2 1 111 7,M 16 3.5 6(1 3.3 10 ... 1 1 6.( :; 1 3.8 1 1 ." 3.8 1 16 . . . 39 2.6 50 3.9 44 3 4 69 6 1 108 104 3 ... 8 5.0 15 4 6 113 5.2 26 4 8 151 ... 51 4.9 93 5.2 30 2.7 36 3 0 1 2 3 2 27 630 319 1 1 5 3.100 1 .1110 4.6U0 5.800 17 1 3 13 30 1.700 3 2.6(10 13 8 f.eh Val KR..3I.700 18 1 1 17 13 :- 29 ' 118 2 12 3 8 Lehman Corp Lehn A Fink, l.rrnnr Strs . . Libbey-O F Gl. 7 LibbyMi-NAMb. 25 Life Savers 91 l.ips & ers. 97 Do B 19 'Lily Till C... 26 Lima J.o-o .... 36 Link Belt 32 Liquid Carb . . 43 Loew's Do pfd 2 Loft 3 L0111.--BMI A . . . 4n IjOoMe-Wil Bin. 3 07 Do .".' pfd . . 2 I f.orillard r 142 Corillm-rt pfd. 33 i.oui Oil if"t. 51 l.onisv ft Nash 2l I.011 G & E A. 22 l.udlum Sll M 3 .000 3 1 1 3 09 3 1 1H 1 .800 3.400 3.7 00 3.1O0 50(l 16 60 69 9 15 I 5 68 66 9 I !".'- 68 tr.- 9', i 3 04 106 20 34 ;- 40 4 1 ;- 23,000 59 58 5S -Kill 106 106 106 200 104 104 3.000 3110 105' ICO 20 2.4110 35 1.800 4 6 2.100 41 ;n 33 43 4(1 3.100 2 1.2' Ml 4 IOO 41 6(1 1 13 5.600 23 110 11.1 4 10 28 4::i 1 I 0' 2 4 4 0 1 IO 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 3 145 -;- 21 28 1 ..'IOO 1 .100 7,000 92 29 28 38 26 6.4 4 2 4.6 13(1 12 6.7 10. 10(1 Do -pld 6 2 48 40 "First Nat Strs. 2.8 4ft 32 Flintkote ... 13 3 Follanshee 2.5 4 7 32 Food Mach 4.2 111 106 Do pfd... ... .18 24 Foster-Wheeler . .. 127 95 Do pfd 3 8 :;!i 30 Fourth N inv. 9.3 77 63 Frank Sim pfd 3.9 35 23 Freepoi t Texas ... 75 4 7 Fuller pr pfd.. ... 63 31 Do 2d pfd G 7 3-y, Gabriel A 18'. 1 1 GameweH i,::ou sn 50 97 8m 4 1 4.400 91. 300 4', 2.5HO f,U 800 38 37 38!-1 600 42 41 41 10 31 3t 34 '-140 113 111 111 f 4.800 28 21 28 OOO 105 1(14 105 -- 1 flOO 48 46 48 ... ....13.9(H) 37 34 36 ... 3.20O 4 3 4-;- 2,100 40 381-. 40 i-HO 1 OH 107 3 08 -:-7.(100 35 33 35 1 4(1 1 I I KIS 111 ... 16 1 4 'A 16 84 1 ,, 2 23 40 1 1 I I 1 5 900 6(1 6,61 10 220 440 38 64 39 6.7 105 105 Gannett Co pfd ... 5 9 104 3.1 63 1 : 6 34 14 .. 11 . . 16 . . ".9 ..114 .4 59 48 43 4 49 56 61 70 5.(1 123 2.9 7 2 53 V, 4.2 3 22 118 ... 10 :", ... 47 18, 3.6 57 38 6.6 1 10 105 4.3 I 4.8 8 Gen A ni In v- 97 Do pld 42 Gen A m Trans 21 Gen Asphxlt .. 10 Gen BnU 7 Gen Bronze ... 5 Grn Cahle 11 Do A 70 Do pfri... 52 G( n Cizar 600 34 Gen Flee 44,400 33 Gen Foods 6,900 Gen G A fi A .17.500 1 Do cv pld . . . 200 1 .300 .",611 20 1 051 3,(nio 1 I 20O 103 4.100 57 5.100 38,200 1 .600 32.300 7.0(1(1 37 1 I 25 59 35 6 14 25-,-64 -; 39 1 1 I I I 5 95 52 ft2 K-j, 88 :w 56 2.5 4.0 5.5 4.2 3.3 4.1 4 3 3.6 4 0 50 11' 49 1 1 13 57 23 23 6 12 3 1(1 30 5 19 12 31 59 5.5 6.0 4.9 4.4 6.8 6 14 105 105 I 0 1 1 101 101 n 1 25 11 8 16 39 19 1 9 58 1 I 7 Do 18 pfd Do J,7 Pfd Gen Millp Do pfd Gen Moioi-k.. Do pfd Gen Out. Adv. Do A Gen Pi 1 Ink . . . Do pfri 3 ,700 1 14 54 48 39 2 48 54 SO 62 r'6 23 3 2 8 3 35 3 I I 51 46 38 4 2 50 5(( 62 1 19 65'. h 3 Gen Pub Sve.. 2.300 2.3 60 32 Gen Ry Sig... 2.900 3 2 Gen Real A 1Tt 8,500 . .. 43 26 Do pfd 1.000 3.3 46 33V Gen Relratt .. 3 100 ... 60 32 Gen Stl Cst pfd 920 ... 25 37 Gen Thea F.q.. 3,1(10 ... 36 30 Gen Time In.. 3,100 7.1 3 8 13 Gillette 6. OOO 90 70 Do pfri 1,300 3 8 6 Gimbel Bros. .. 1 8.400 11.2 69 Do pfd 55 39 Glidden Co .. 55 52 Do cv Pfd.. 7 3 Gobel 10 i Goebel Brew . 21 12 Gold Dust ... . .. 25 13 Goodrich .... ...111 78 Do pfd . .. 31 21 Goodyr T A fi 3.9 102 87 Do 1st pfd ... 12 8 Goth Silk H. 96 77 Do pfd 4 2 Grans m-Paiye. 11 1 Granby Con M.14.800 6 3 Grand Union.. 900 23 16 Do pfd 600 35 24 Granite C Stl.. 1,100 46 28 Grant (WT).. 8.80(1 21 16 Gt Nor I Ore ct.12,100 44 .32 Gt No Ry pfd. 15.400 39 31 Gt West Sue... 4 300 A 20 A 10 70o 60 119 . .60,100 68 .. 1.500 121 120 1.800 9 9 2,900 4 6 41 3O0 55 55 1 10 108 108 6 4.7 4.2 2.9 4.3 .6 4 43 2 35 46 51 24 35 14 75 18 4 41 2 34 46 41 23 34 14 74 17 i. 25 14 r 8- 1 39 112 54 47-;. 39 2 4 8 L 54 5(1 .;. 62 U 3 19 68 120- -46 55 3 08 - 4-!-43 2-36 45 50 -t-3 4-7 4- 38 ) HI ! 9 99 40 19 12 8 1 1 3 3 5 4 8 32 13 500 108 105 108-, . 6,400 . 3.300 . 3.200 . 3,200 .111,600 .32,000 42 54 4 7 3 4 25 4 I 53 4 7 3 3 !4 42 54 4 7 . 3 4 24V. ::,mm 1 1 1 J 10 111 27,400 25 24 25 1.900102 101 10a 6,600 3 0 8 () 10 92 92 92- 10 A 1.1. AK. -Jr ' 1 1 I 2 3 'H 3 1 3 3.6 .1.0 4.6 4.8 149 336 Do pfd .1.2 311 22 Green HI.... 4.0 95 65 "Greene Can... 6.5 80 48 Greyhound .... 3 1Guantan Sug.. ... 39 24 Do pfd ... 19 9 Gulf Mob & N ... 55 30 Do pfri ... 63 28 Gulf Sia Stl... H 3' 17 27 46 21 41 37 3 3 1 7 27 41 19 40 35 4 3 r 17 J-21 41 . 35. 0 145 145 14 5 4.7 4.9 34 37 -.. 11 ... 21 ... 119 4.9 105 100 4.8 42 16 30 3.-! 6 14 109 Hack Water... Do pfd A Hall Print Hamil Watch.. Do pfd .. Hanna 5 pfd. 30 Harb-Walker . 12 Hat Corp A... 6.2 115 104 Do pfd 9 4 Hayes Body 4.8 133 102 Hazel-Atlas Gl. 3.5 35 26 Hercules Mot.. 4.3 1 1 6 5.5 135 4.8 80 3.7 119 5.1 40 5.3 39 ... 44 30 4 116 10R 2.2 23 9 84 Hercules Pwdr 126 Do pfd 61 Hershey Choc. 108 Do cv pfd... 26 Hiram Walk... 3 7 Do ptd Holland F Do pfd 12,600 30 28 3 0 75 75 3,300 68 56 3,400 2 2 12(1 33 32 600 16 16 2,700 49 47 400 56 63 300 33 32 200 36 36 2,100 11 ) 700 18 17 60 118 11.7 j:iui(!3 102 103 3,300 42 40 43-8.900 15 13 14 20 106 105 105 8,600 6 6 6 300 104 103 104 1.1O0 29 27 29 . 300 116 3 13 3 16 220 127 127 127 100 62 62 62 200 109 108 108 12.700 40 38 38 600 18 18 18 ,600 38 36 38 4- 811 J 12 112 112- 30 75 58 2 33 16 48 56 32 36 11 18 117 67 45 118 i 3 1 36 106 3 34 2 30 25'; 36 18 90 5 48 34 108 2 36 9 58 21 84 0 y 1 1 3 18 26 38 12 23 30 133 5 1 ' 1 .... 3 .... . . . 65 1 2 29 8 1 23 25 29 110 55 ... 31 ... 11 6.0 1 "(I . . . 21 49 118 11 16 ... 15 ... 19 ... 1(18 5.0 82 ... 10 ... 15 6.1 64 ... 12 23 41 6.6 I 3 I 6.7 106 ... 1 1 .6 98 5.6 (I9 ... 12 ... 76 6 ... 26 9 ... 32 4 ... 1 4.4 28 1.0 303 I 8 1.2 5.8 5.0 4.8 8.0 6.8 2.4 4 9 71 1 41 22 22 89 32 79 35 THacAnrt A F Do pf.l 27 Mack Trucks 40 Macy R B . . . 8 Mad Sq Gar.. 84Masm Copper. 7 Manati Sug pid 7 .Man(1''l Rroji .. 32Manh Ry gtri . 14 Do mod gtd. 17 Manhat Shirt.. M aracaibo oil . 8 M :irine Midi... 1 'U Market Pt Ry. n Do pfri I 8 Do fir pfri . . . 4 I M ai-tin-Coi k . . I I .Marsh Field .. 6 M artm-l'arrv . . 27 - Math Alkali. . 43 Mav Dept Sirs 13 MH.vtax IO.I Do ll pfd.. 4 6 Do (1 fd w w , 29 McCall I 2 .McCrorv St rs . .. 92 Do pfd 16 McGraw-Hill .. 39 Mclnlyre Pore. 85 McKeesport T. . 8 McKcss Rob. 37 "Do pld . I I McL( Uan Sirs.. 1 2 Mead Corn . . . 91 Do pfri 55V, Melville Sboe.. 6 Men gel 50 Do pfri 40 Mesta Mach .. 5 M iami Cop . . . 1 7 Mid Com Pet. . 21 Midland Stl ... 3 10 3?t. pM... 88 Milw F.I Rv pf Minn A SI 3... 65 Mum Boucy .. KI6V7 Do pfri ..... 6 M in Mol Imp. . 57 Do 11 Id J Minn Si PASS M 2 Do pfri 2 Do Isd lines. 3 6 Mission Corp .. 5 Mo Kan 'I' 14 Do pfd 2 Mo Pa- 3v Do pfd 19 MohawU Cpl .. 79 Monsanto Ch.. 36 Montjr Ward . . . 60 Morris A Kssex Mother Lode. . 28 Motor Trod . . . 15 Motor Wheel.. 300 37 10 J 3(1'. 3 1. 900 40-! 1 2.400 l.OOO IOO 4O0 5O0 250 13,600 900 5.OO0 6.20(1 24 0 I (I 610 300 22.900 l'.ll(l 3 000 4 Kill IOO 100 2.3O0 1.1(111 .1 1.100 100 100 1.100 19 8,200 43 2.6(10 I -6(mi 1 COO 1 2.6(1(1 100 92 291,r 27 j- 3fi 37 -;- 13(1 13(1 -31 40 -r 1 1 50 1 I 48 15 12 4 5 19 19 4 11 I 20 ' 4 9 16 9 3.V 59 1 6 1 (19 4 7 3 4 1 1 ;;-1 1 -,-47-;- 14 3 2 4 4 18 19 4 r 1 1 . Jr tit 16 8 35 -58 I, 1 nw::i loo 47 10 47 1 4 1 2 40 17 1 8 3 1 1 1 4H 14 8 31 61 1 5 91 1 " 4 5 1 5 14 20 Jul 300 82 1 9.50(1 1 70 5.3(1(1 2.60(1 4.3(1(1 .7,600 10 64 9 4 6 I 23 46 33 16 100 19 4 I 9 I !l 4-1 3 3 1 4 3 07 19 9 73 61 21 42 121 4 6 33 1 7 100 19 ;-4 1 HI 10 44:V 14 1 t 107 80 9 . 14 64 -;- .- -j. 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 I 3 3 11 9 93 12 36 6 23 111 114 17 2 I 34 43 1 105U 2 37 24 3 3d 0 43',; 2 I 24 41 23 fto'.-i 1 (I'X, 34 7 281 1(1 8 32 10 6 30 53 I 1 KM 49 31 12 3!' 1 1 8 ;. 7 4 1 12 1 1 161 121 20 106 106 106 68 .1 1 4 I 3 3:i'A 5 10 4 22 3 112 80O ,7oo 95 I O 108 i .200 800 41 Ml 4110 570 liOO 4. 30O 9.80(1 Koll 4 . KIO 2.50O 22 1 .8(10 3 00 7 5.800 4 9, 250 3.100 2.300 3.600 7 60 1 3 4 20 9 31 2 (i'i 91 J (18 59 1 3 3 3 9 8 29 i 2 1 98 16 65 3.8 54 5 S 67. 1 40 2 1 22 88 32 68 100 105 105' 41 .500 6' 10 7O0 570 800 400 -I M. 54 11 Miillins Mfg B. 13. 70 Do pfd 21 M unsingvesr . 4 4 Murphy G C. 4.8 105 102 Do pd . .. 22 14 Murray Corp. 43 Myers A Bro. N 15 "ash Mot ....10,500 20 Nash Ch A S L 520 12 Nat Acme 3 0.500 9 Nat. Aviation. . 3 ,000 :iliSat Biscuit ...12. 600 321; 153 Do pfd IOO 156 21 Nat Cash R... 14.2O0 26. 21 Nat Dai rv Pr. 15,600 28 V Do pld A 70 1 1 2 20 20 8 7 32 67 0 52 69 I--H- 3' 4 ;- 19 9 3(l 2 6 22 98 49 67 4(l' 2 I 88 I 32 67 3 05 2 1 -;- 52 3 52 2 2 1 3 3 3 4 3 2 4 1 1 I 3 18 72 36 " 4 I IO-S 13 67 16 37 31 17 I 3 21 .. 31 1 5 17 ... 1 5 6.0 38 4.5 164 1.9 30 4.3 28 6.3 1 12 108 6.4 112 107 Do pfri R . . . . 160 110 ltd ... 11 10 Nat, Dept Sirs. 21, 300 11 15 6.7 33- 25 Nat, Distill 17,300 30 6.9 37 28 Nat En A Sips 3O0 29 1.8 33 20 Nat, Lead 4, OOO 28 4.2 144 131 Do pfd R SO 144 6.0 34 9Tat Pow A L. 11,300 12 1 NatRyMex 2d pf 600 2.1 75 57 Nat Steel 4.100 69 67 69 19Dat Supply ... 1.200 62 59 59 74 Do pfd 20(1 122 122 122 7 Nat Tea 2.O00 8 8 10Natoms 4.000 11 10 32 Neisner Bros.. 2.300 41 Newberry J .3. . 700 9 Newport Jnriust 6,300 32 N Y Air Br... 100 21 N V Central . . . 73,600 3 6 29 16 12 31 156 241-i, 27 110 29 29 21 14 1 11 17 31 1 7 12 . 32 156 26 27 112 1 10 17 30 29 28 142 12 25 17 Omnibus 8.600 20 18 19- 7.2 115 107 Do pfd ...... 200 111 111 111 ... 3 4 8 Oppenheim Coll 2,400 13 12 13 2.2 32 24 Otis Elev 4,100 28 27 27 4.6 136 123 Do pfd 30 130 130 130 20 3.2 Otis Stl 12.800 36 16 16- Ciose year a?o. 7 ... 96 3.8 63 3.4 164 6.3 70 47 128 Do pr pfd. Outlet Owens-Ill Gl 2,700 96 390 53 BOO 146 89 94 52 53 144 146 1 8 19 5 124 16 3.9 4.4 17 9 17 9 41 5S ... 3 9 3.6 137 118 4.0 152 140 1.8 2.1 12 28 13 Pac Am Fish 3 Pac Coast 8 Do 1st pfd. 4 Do 2d pfd. 30Pae GAE1 ... 47 Pac Ltg 4,400 14Pae Mills .... 500 Pac TAT Do pfd 2,700 180 160 130 8,900 16 6 12 6 39 54 3 9 1.030 137 129 70 150 150 15 5' 10 5 37 52 18 4.2 5.6 4.9 3.3 50 28 3 0 11 17 2 73 92 6 3 0 48 16 6 10 6 38 53 19 137 150 18 11 Pac West Oil. . 2,000 15 14 14 13 6 Packard Mot. 224,400 12 11 12 ... 4 lPanhand PAR. 500 2 2 2 2.5 97 67 Paraffine 300 80 79 80 3.9 109 103 Do pfd 200 109 108 108 ... 12 7 Param Pict ...86,800 10 8 10 ... 87 59 Do 1st pfd.. 9,800 SO 72 80 8 Do 2d Pfd.. 44,900 17 Park A Til.... 4,000 2 Park Utah ... 6,900 40 Parke Davis .. 1,60(1 23 Parker Rust-P .24,400 4 Parmelee Trans 900 6 Pat.be Film ..14,200 10Patino Min ... 4,700 3 Peerless Corp . . 3,600 60 Peniek A P.. 300 69 Penney J C... 3PeDn C A C. 4 Penn-Dix Cem . 28 Do pfd A... 3 7 Pen nGl Sand ctf 28 Penn R. R. 30 Peoples Drug.. 38 Peoples GL&C. 4 Peoria & East. 25 Pere Marq 56 Do pfd 61 Do pr pfd.. 16 ret Milk 12 Petro Corn ... 10Pfeiffer Brew.. 25 Phelps Dodge. 10,400 45 PhilaCo 6 pfd 300 81 Do pfd 3Phila Rap Tr. 8 Do pfd 3 Phila RC&I ... 66 Phillip Morris. 7 Phillips Jones.. 68 Do pid 38 Phillips Pet xr.24,9O0 H Do its wi... 00,500 5 Phoenix Hos .. 200 8 Pierce Oil pld 20(i 1 Pierce Pet 1,900 30 Pillstmry Flour 21 Pitt A W Va.. 7 Pitt Coal ... 36 Do pld 7 Pitt Scr&B ...14,000 49 Pitt Stl pfd.... 480 3 Pitt United .. 3,500 58 Do pfd 390 1 Pittston Co .. IOO 31 Plymouth Oil.. 12,20(1 8 'i 81 48 95 16 1 5 27 43 16 8 1 1 1 135 3.6 2.1 4(1 49 66 7 46 88 104 25 18 19 40 54 98 ... 12 ... 16 ... 3 3.3 101 16 3.9 3.6 10.0 1.9 5.7 6.3 9.3 2.4 5.3 1.1 88 49 9 17 2 37 41 12 53 3 1 85 91. 92 3 3 ; 26 20 9 3 3 2 5 36 49 4.2 122 1 17 5.1 49 39 6.0 364 3 46 5.2 144 128 5.0 1.30 113 5.7 1 13 3 03 4.4 3 14 112 2.6 58 ... 24 5,000 600 5.400 900 500 .41,600 300 6,800 100 800 400 2,600 1.900 200 20 280 4,800 4,600 200 10 11 27 3 42 27 5 8 11 2 61 92 4 7 41 21 40 46 54 45 86 13 3 2 39 53 96 4 9 2 92 3 0 11 27 3 42 27 5 8 11 2 . 61 92 4 7 41 23 40 46 53 3 5 23 9 9 29 37 15 108 108 31 29 14 0 11 ' 6.7 7.3 3.9 4.1 0.9 2 5 12 96 25 12 106 4 1 110 1 25 1 83 126 1 78 ... 118 1 1 Holland 11,100 23 20 23 3 15 9 J 69 126 11 13 52 59 16 55 4 5 44 83 17 139 2 99 5 ... 14 ... 7 5 ... 15 ... 83 6.5 109 6.1 100 2.9 300 3. 6.1 17 N Y C A S L. 36 Do pfd 3 0W N Y Dock pfd. 119 N Y A Harlem 1 N y Investors 90 NY Leek & W 3 N Y N H A H. 7 Do pfd 4 NY Out A, W 2 N Y Rys pfri.. 9 N y Shipbldc. 57 Do pfd 93 N Y Stm 7 pf 83 Do $6 pfd... 210 Norfolk A W.. 3.7 111 105 Do pfd 2 1 Norfolk Sou .. 6 No Am Aviat. 23 North Am 62 Do pfd 98 No Am Ed ptd 10,1100 5,600 220 8 1 1 52 59 1 5 54 4 5 44 83 12 10 135 57 14 53 42 39 81. 11 135 6.000 10 3.700 1 .500 3,400 70(1 3,000 870 1 99 3 9 6 3 12 80 20 108 108 200 100 99 99 3 9 5 3 11 80 8 10 52 59 45 4 4 83 3 2 135 1 99 3 9 5 3-3 2'4 80 108 99 69 3 9 71 10 I 2 3(1',', 2 80 6 2 283 J 25 4 10 2 22 1 9 2 126 4 97 7 15 5 ... 10 3.0 35 5.4 59 6.8 106 . . . 36 5.8 67 ... 4 1.9 17 ... 64 1.4 00 275 270 275 80 110 109 109 . 200 1 1 3 16,300 8 8 8 29-.000 33 32 33 400 56 56 56 300 103 102 103 23 Northern Pac. 19,400 27 26 27 60 Northwest Tel. 60 52 52 52 2 Norwalk TAR 1.700 2 2 2 o 12 Ohio 24 Oliver Oil .. Farm ..12.100 13 12 1.1 .. 1.900 42 40 41 1 1 12 96 " 84 192 105 1 4 21 51 99 18 43 1 10 20 9 26 3 41 23 5 7 11 2 61 89 4 6 39 21 38 46 53 7 43 85 300 104 103 103V 2O0 25 25 25 13 11 38 52 95 4 8 2 90 10 75 41 1 2 8 2 1 3 9 6 10 93 12 14 3 13 1 72 82 0 4 43-86 2 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 700 ,250 200 1,000 43 6 10 1 30 37 11 63 11 80 2.9 9.5 3.3 20 12 4 1 6 2 18 Pond Crk Poc. Poor A Co B . . P B. A m Tob A Do B Postal TAC pfd Pressed St Car Do pfd 401'roclor Gain Do pfd Pub Svc N" J Do 8 pld Do 1 , pid Do 6 pfd Do 6 pfri. f'l SKAG pld 36 Pullman . 16 Tore Oil 92 2 17 21 20 6 1 8 3 29 46 30 120 120 6,3 00 47 46 100 7,800 1,300 300 4.300 3,900 3,000 5,200 6 10 3 30 35 11 51 10 76 7 80 2 16 21 19 6 1 7 3 28 45 13 12 39 52 95 414 9 2 92 10 75 3 41 6 10 1 30 36 1 11 53 2 11 76 3 7 92 2 16 . 21 20 6 1- 7 3 29 40 120 46- 1 29 34 40 2 18 27 32 15 9 21 41 '6 2'i 50 9 71 27 8 2 35 3 6 11 37 4 9 3 57 1 9 'A '8 3 FEDERAL ISSUE MAKE PAGE FQ TRADE IN BON Many Obligations Rise New Peaks for Yeai 6.3 1 18 1.5 133 2.1 17 91 Do 6 103 Do pfd 9 Purily Ba R 200 160 160 160 300 138 136 138 500 339 318 118 300 106 106 106 2(1(1 1 1 3 113 13 3 .11 3O0 58 55 68 24.400 17 16 16 pid. 1,000 96 95 95 600 107 106 107 k ..48,600 17 15 17- 9 1 13 1 52 1 116 43 1 .... 1 1 23 2 110 98 1 1 40 8 1 71 3 90 3 14 ... 3 4 9 Badio 60.100 4.7 80 68 Do cv pld . 3.0(1 9'i 5 Radio-Kciih-O. .25.500 ... 1 9 3 1 RR Sec lllCStk 960 4.5 38 28 Ray best-Man . 1,400 4.4 48 35 Readinc Co .. 2. IOO 4.2 49 39 Do Ipt, pfd.. OOO ... 16 9 Real Silk .... 1700 3 1 Reis A Co ... 100 ... 20 12 Reliable Stores 6.70O 23 17 Rem Rnnd ...30.100 21 2 1 Do pr pfri... 700 85 Do 6 pld .. 3.2O0 99 Rens A Sar . . . 20 4 Reo Mot- 46. 30O 7.1 7 19 34 46 48 11 3 0 74 6 3 7 32 45 48 30 3.0 6.7 6 8 8.1 1 99 11 8 . . . 26 ... 112 6.1 IOO . . . 1 9 ... 50 . . . 1 20 4 .0 34 5.0 3 I 7 0.8 33 65 58 35 10 5.0 6.4 1 6 Rei((f 17 Do r: 78 Do pfri A 1 fl Revere C A Br 24 Do A 90 Do pfd .... 22 Reynolds 3 05 Do pfd 25 Reynold 59 Reynolds 60 Do F 39 Rinrr Deui 5 Rutland pfd s Sll ...34.400 old Met So.. Too 3 9 36 20 17 22 21 87 85 99 99 6 4 23 22 1 9O0 1 12 3 08 700 10(1 98 13.8O0 19 3 5 2.800 50 43 640 120 118 2.200 25 25 300 111 111 3 5.400 33 28 10 59 59 6.500 66 56',,', 6lO 28 26 . 2O0 6 6',4 3 0 74 7 3 8-p 34 46 48 3 1 -I 3 9 20 2 1-87-99- 6 22 . 100 98 3 9 50 3 1 9 25 3 1 I 33 59 56 28 6- 1 3 S 4 9 22 38 '9 1 3 2 " 22 New York, Sept. 6. ) Unl States government loans swung baton for listed bonds this week many corporate issues followed i lead to new peaks. Yields on federal obligations fell new low levels for the long bull ket in the treasury list. The rerl on longer term government imi ments dropped to around 2a4 per and prices of many prime corpon issues were adjusted to meet the eral quotations. The rise in the treasury divia continued after Secretary Morgantl had surprised many in the finar,! district by announcing plans to row $400,000,000 additional cash month. jVo Borrowing1 Expected. With revised federal budget mates pointing to a sharp declinf borrowing this fiscal year, there been a widespread feeling the trJ ury might forego further cash rowing for a while sod restrict mid-September operations to reftl ing a maturing $514,000,000 issuel notes. The rise tapered at the week-enc Wall street prepared for an extent recess over Labor day, but bull faith was evident in a robust una tone. Renewed accumulation of plus bank funds, marked by, a shl gam in excess reserves o merrl banks of the federal reserve systl and lavorable industrial news, wi forceful factors behind rather br investment demand. Timidity Is Dispelled. Whatever timidity was felt a weeks ago over paying high pnl for bonds, in fear the mid-Augf boost in reserve requirements member banks of the reserve systl might stiffen interest ' rates and Ihe investment list, seemed to hi been dispelled. Jbncouraged by further gams electric power production, railrd car loadings, and evidence of tained industrial operations general buyers readily paid higher prices a variety of issues in line to benj by the recovery trend. Second! rail loans, particularly, attracted msnd from the bolder investors the prospect that carrier earnit would show substantial gains over next two or three months. 2 103 1 1 3 6 1 1 6 6.9 6.3 35 27 114 II 0 S.5 J 12 1(18 (.1 29 22 . . . 3 6 . . . 33 . . . I 6 1 .6 5.5 mi; 4'i 2 76 1 4 43 4 73 2.4 5.4 afevay Sir? . 4..';O0 29 Do 1 pfri. 130 1 Do 6 7 I'M . 20 llt' 1 22 Si, Jos J,ea! . 6.800 26 1 St, I. -San F .. 3.900 2 2 Do ptd 15.4.00 5 IS St li Swst pfd 10 28 II Savaee Arm . 700 14 37 S. hctilev Dist.l2.9(lO 41 97 Do Pfri I. IOO 10(1 1 Sfhulie Bet .. 3 1 OO 1 7 Do pfri 800 0 53fS.ot I'aper. 110 Seaboard Air. .1 .500 2 Do i, id 700 3(1 -eahoard Oil. 1.600 3 Scattrttve IOO 59 Sears Rofh ..14.800 2 Second Nat In 700 63 Do pfd . 15Seivrl ... 20 Sharon Stl 89 Do pfri 4 Sharp & Dotone 4.1 Do pfri 4 70 .. .11.000 CP 5.900 400 3.400 40O 6 0 6(1 2.9 1H 11 Mballiicb Ki.18.900 6.1 34 30 Shcs Her Ten ... 1 9 14 Shell Cnion 4.5 3 24 110 Do pfd .. 3.6 14 8 Silver Kinz 1.2 39 3 9 Simmon? .. 6 3 Sinuris Pet ... ... 31 19Skellv Oil .... 4.8 132 112 Do pfri ... 75 55 Sloss S ll & I 3.6 IPS 65 Do pM ... 72 40 Sniiih A 0 ... 28 21 Snider Ph. k .. 3.4 17 J2 So.-ony-Vae ... 4 0 7 3 Sou Am G&P. 5.7 ."..-. 26 So P R Sua.. 6.3 1 UO 1 50 Do pfri 4.1 7.6 5 6.5 5.0 4.8 6.0 3 6 6.1 1.3 5.0 5.5 2.8 2.7 3.6 4.2 5.1 2.4 32 4 3 23 42 55 1 1 18 112 9 21 84 ::, 24 29 53 S5 109 31 18 1 29 3 3 9 21 55 61 3 4 7 40 30 10 14 4 12 53 "4 li ... 21 ... 14 1 .3 9 1 4.9 124 62 1 3 3214 6 81 3 10 25 24 '4 93 7 58 16 IOO 33 .12.100 19 300 121 .10.100 10 .13.200 39 . 3.400 4 800 26 SOO 1 26 20 62 1 40 500 1 .500 25.000 19.000 4.500 30 1 3.800 22.400 27,600 3 8.400 100 500 29(1 3 12 I O 25 2 4 28 3 4 46 9S- 3 9 62 ' 2 31 5 83 3 61 24 23 93 98 4 6 1 3 5 35 14 32 18 120 9 31 4 26 125 61 95 4 5 21 13 5 31 41 0 39 53 8 68 25 So Cnl K1 . 23 Sou Pac . . . 12 Sou Ry 19 Do pfd ... 34 Sou Ry M & 6 Spaldins- 63 Do H pld. 101 Spans: Cr pfd. 5:!4 Sparks With . 6 Spoar Co.... 6.3 00 73 Do nfd 20 29 Speiieer-Tvell . . 600 15 Spen y Corp ... 22.600 l3Sniecr Mfc ... 1.700 41 Do pfd A... 220 63 Spier May Ster 2.700 99 Do pfri 200 107 10' 21 Square D Co F 2,900 29 28 14 Std Brands ..29.500 15 120 'Do pfd ... 40 128 9 Std Com Tob.. 2.200 11 5 Std G & El... 23, 200 9 Do pfri 45.40O 24 Do S6 p pfd. 6.700 26 Do S7 p pld. 21, 900 2 Stri Invest 600 Std Oil Cai... 3 6,90(1 2917 112 110 2'5 2 5 28 1.4 -47 IOO 1 . io 62 1 2 32 5-i-86 i- 3 69 93 -i 1 6 33 19 121 10 39 3 26 62 98 in---; 21 1 3 5 . 35 1 52 31 A 3 2.1 '7 4" I V, 53 9 -:-70 1 3 19 7 38 93 22 108 65 3 2 37 1 12 110 20 1 1 3 0 35 1 3 2 3 32 43 2., 41 53 914 70 200 1 JO 110 1 10 10.70O 7 7 7 21 84 32 21 28 50 84 17 84 32 '7, 20 26 50 82 1.3 4.7 4.6 6.5 40 6 1 7 36 35 2 17 35 32 Sfd Oil lnd 25 Std Oil Kan. 51 Std Oil N .1 24 Starrett I, S 65 Stertiiiir Prod. 2Slerl Sec A.. 8 Do pfd ... 48 Do (v pfd.. 16 Slewart-Warn 14 Stone & Web 9 Studehaker .. 72 Sun Oil 3 18 Do prri .... 27 Superheater .. 3 Superior Oil.. 9 Superior Stl . , 23 Sutherland Pap 2.000 20 Swift A: Co... 10. 900 8 21 55 61 3 35 17 26 63',.', 34 73 3 3 2 50 20 3 9 14 80 80 122 121 1.900 37 36 4 17 35 22 30 2 17 ..11,200 800 ..14,300 . . 1,600 . 1,600 900 .. 1,200 400 .23,900 .12,700 .49,500 . 1.400 6,200 7,000 15 127 10 7 18 49 53 3 35 36 25 61 "3 72 3 1 1 49 3 8 39 33 9Vi 2.200 2.600 3.400 28 Swift Int 1 Syminaion 5 Do A T 9 6 Telautograph . 500 7 10 5 Te.nn Corp ... 6,400 7 4 9 28 Tex & Pac Ry 70(1 44 40 28 "Texas Corp ..13,200 38 39 33 Tcx Gulf S11I. 7,700 38 15 7 Tex Pac C&O. 13.70(1 12 . .. 14 9 Tex Pac L Tr.. 4,200 10 2.7 44 33 Thatcher 3,000 37 . .. 14 8 The Fair 3,600 11 7.8 1 10 89 Do pfd 110 90 ... 12 8Thcrmoid 5,000 9 9 3 Third Ave 400 6 30 23 Third JSat lnv 100 30 32 24 Thompson Prod 2,600 29 8 4 Thompson-Star. 6,500 5 39 26 Do pfd 300 29 19 3 4 Tide-Wat. As... 8,000 16 3 3 6 33 21 3n 8.6 2.8 5.3 2.1 3.8 2.1 3.8 5.7 1 06V, 100 Do pfd 14 42 36 37 11 9 34 10 89 8 6 30 28 5 28 16 21--S4 32 21 28 50 84 107 -28 15-;- 127 10 8 21 55 61 3 357, 37 26 62 33 72 " 12 50 20 19 V, 132" 37 4 17 34 22 3(1 . 2 17 7 7 4 2 . 36 37 12 9 -37 11 89 9 6 30 29 5 29 16 4 36 3 69 2 63 11 12 5 45 8 ' 9 93 1 3'4 1 5 6 1 1 39" 53 2l' 11 145 22 20 9 1 3 68 90 4 4; BOARD OF TRADE WEEKLY STOCKS Allied Mill? Rer&Gay F Co. 2,1 90 CeutlivreErw A 4 50 Dietilt k Brew. 500 Elec fld & Sh . . 140 Natl. PumpCorp 50 T M Norton Br 700 Total sales 4 1 MO Sales. Big'b. T.o w. dose. Inc 100 27 27 27 23 6 1 hares. 1 2 3 32 6 1 1 2 1 23 6 1 1 1 1 13 1 2 45 69 103 iV 4 6 8 IS 20 33 25 21 45 21 64 43 13 8 4 1 67 3 118 1 25 1 2 .... 15 2 Notice to the Bolder! of Indianapolis Water Company First and Ref undine Mortgage Geld Bnnl 4J2co due January 1. 1840: Notice is hereby triven to all holders of above mentioned Bonds, that Indianaprl water company nas cauea same lor J demotion and Davnient on January 1. 19.1 and has deposited with Bankers Trnst Col puny, one or tne Trustees under tne Mr zsKti securing same, the total amount neel sary to redeem and par all of said Bori outstandinc, with a premium of 45 s-ethcr with accrued interest to said reder tion date Any holder of such Bonds. at the option of such holder, upon presenl tion and surrender of such Bonds, topretll witn sll appurtenant coupons matm-ins and after January 1. 1937. at the offic" the said Ranker Trust Company. 16 Wl Street. Jew York City. New fork, rec? payment, prior to said redemntion date. the principal amount of such Bonds, topeill witn said, nremnim and a;eriied inte thereon m January 1 1937. UVIMANAPor.IS WATKR COMf A.N1 By ROBERT D. BCRROWR- Daled: Aiumst 6 1936 Treat X OTIC E O F AXM'.tf. MEKTIXO OF STOCKHOCDEl A NO 1NCUMK BO.NDHOLDKKS. The annual meeiinsr of the stoekholO and income bondholders of CH3CA(J TEKRE HAUTE AND SOUTHEASTER RAILWAY COMPANY will he held at 1 principal office of the Company. Terre Hail jrirst ation;n fjanu Hiulains. Terre Haul Indiana, on ihe first day of October. 19.1 at nine o clock a. m.. for the purpose electing directors of said Railway Comoel for the ensuinc year and for the transactil of such oiner business as may properly cm Deiore said meetine. Dated at Chicago. Illinois, September 1 936. CHICAGO TKRRR HA PTE AND SOI'Ti MM'KRM K A 1 1.14 A Y COMPANY. By . F. Peter. Secretary J GODCHAUX SUGARS, IN Imi)EN NOTICE PRKFERRED STOCj The Board of Directors of Godeha.PT Sucarl Inc.. has this day declared a dividend of Si . a share 011 us outstanding preferred stoel payable on October 1. 1936. to gtockholdrl of record at the close of business on Septen Der J. luati. EMPLE GODCHAUX. Secretar Uaied August 2S, 3936. GODCHAUX SUGARS, INI OIVIDENO NOTICE CLASS A STOCK The Board of Directors of Godchauz SurarJ 3nc . has tlia dnv dwlij rrl u riivirlctnfl ,1 50c a share on its outstanding Class A stoclJ payaoie on uclober 1. 1936. to stochholdei ot record at the close of business on Septcr her 18. 193d. KMILE GODCHAUX. Secretary uai.ed August 2S. 1936. 4.4 22 32Tirak-Det 3.1 72 56 Timk Boll B... 3.1 14 11 Transamerica . . . . 27 14 Trans West Air 2.3 16 10Transue & Will 2.5 12 7 Tri-Cont Corp. 5.4 111 111 Do pfd called Do pfd S 4 Truax-Traer .. ... 10 7 Truscon Stl Ax. .30,200 4,800 900 105 104 105 22 64 13 20 15 9 400 111 111 1,400 109 108 6,800 8 7 700 3 0 10 8.600 3.300 2,900 6,600 21 63 13 19 14 9 Continued on following page 22-f 64 -13 19-f 14-f . 10S 7-f 10 1 1 1 5 I 22 i 20 j 35 10 1 26 ! 9 "' 4 25 1S 2 ' 99 9 50 8 1 0 10 93 ' 4 7 in step with REAL ESTATE expansion o Increasing- activity in real estate is reflected in the want i columns of the Chicago Tribune. During each of the first eight months of this year the Tribune printed a substantially larger volume of real estate want advertising than it did in the same months of 19o5. The Tribune carries more real estate want advertising than any other Chicago newspaper and has done so for more than twenty years.

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