Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on October 31, 1939 · 24
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24 ' CHICAGO DAHiT TRIBUNE: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1939. ENVOY ASSURES NORMAL TRADE WITH CANADIANS Control Chief Promises No Interruptions. Normal business between the United States and Canada is continuing without Interruption, Chicago bankers said yesterday. They asserted that, as far as is now known, such trade should go on thruout Canada's participation in the European war. The bankers were assured of Canada's desire for normal trade relations last Friday, when Alex McD. McBain, chief of the intelligence division of the Canadian foreign exchange control board, visited Chicago. McBain was here to discuss with Chicago bankers problems which may have arisen because of Canada's foreign exchange restrictions. No Exchange Difficulties. "Exporters of goods to Canada will encounter no inconveniences as a result of the Canadian exchange control, provided such exporl : are within the normal commercial requirements of the Canadian importer," McBain told the bankers. McBain said that about four billion dollars had been invested in Canada by Americans. Incomes from these investments will still be paid in foreign exchange, which may be withdrawn from Canada if nonresidents so desire, he said. This means, Chicago bankers said yesterday, tlict if Americans hold Canadian securities on which interest and dividends are payable only in Canadian funds, they will receh i their income in Canadian money in Canada. The Canadian dollars may be exchanged into American dollars at the going rate of exchange. Will Abide by Obligations. The same is true of Income from any new money that Americans may send to Canada for investment purposes, McBain said. Canada is at war and has thrown around its economy certain safeguards, but these will in no way prevent strict fulfilment of our contractual obligations, he added. McBain said the Canadian exchange board has a "special interest in seeing that tourists meet with no inconvenience." He said that tourists will be as welcome as ever, and may bring automobiles, golf clubs, skiis, and other personal belongings. The Canadian foreign exchange control board was created shortly after Canada's entry into the war. It has power to regulate all Canadian foreign exchange transactions. The purpose of the rulings it has so far issued, Chicago bankers said, has been to conserve Canada's wealth. Investors' Guide Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1939. Copyrijht: 1939: By The Chicago Tribune. LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT. x would appreciate a report on Lockheed Aircraft corporation. H. K. Answer: Until last year Lockheed Aircraft corporation confined its oper-erations to the manufacture of com mercial planes. In 1938, however, orders for military planes were ac cepted, and the great bulk of recent operations have been on aircraft of this type. Lockheed does not manufacture engines, propellers, aeronautical in struments, and certain other equip- ment, but purchases these items from outside sources. Unfilled orders at Aug. 1, 1939, totaled $26,372,385, com pared with $23,522,930 a year earlier. Orders from England and Australia represented the major part of this total. Net income and earnings a common share in recent years: Tear. Net income. Earned. 1933 $ 25,693 $0.11 1934 190,891 1935 217,986 0.49 1936 99,074 0.15 1937 137,919 0.21 1938 442,111 0.67 NEW YORK BOND TRANSACTIONS NEW Y O R K C U R B BOND AVERAGES Compiled by the Associated Press. SO rails. 10 indnst. 10 util. 10 fgn. Net change. . .3 .1 Monday .... 61.7 99. PreT. day .. 61.9 99.8 Month ago . 62.5 7. Year ago ... 60.3 99.1 1939 high 64.9 100.8 1939 low... 53.4 95.8 1938 high .. 70.5 100.3 1938 low 46.3 3.0 1933 low .. 45.8 . 40.0 1928 high ..101.1 98.0 10 LOW Monday ........108.4 Month ago 104.9 1939 higH 113.6 1938 high 110.7 1928 high 104.4 .1 95.7 5.6 93.4 84.1 97.5 90.4 95.1 85.8 64.6 102.9 YIELD BONDS. 48.1 48.1 46.5 64.8 64.0 41.7 67.0 59.0 42.3 100.5 Prer. day 108.4 Year ago 110.0 1939 low 103.6 1938 low 106.7 1933 low 86.8 Sales, thous. - 1 AlaGtSou 4s'43.. 2 Allcgh cv 5s '44.. 5 do 5s '49 6 tdo 5s '50 st. . . . 2 Alleg&West 4s'98. DOMESTIC. Net High. Low. Close, chge. 105105106' 1 7954 79 79 73 73 73 1 44 43 44 57 57 67 14 Monday. October 30, 1939. Sales today, par value $5,773,325 Total sales 1939 to date. .$1,712,758,100 Year ago 6,553,500 Total sales 1938 to date.. 1,486,586,080 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT LOANS. Sales in Net Closing Close yr. thous. Issue High. Low." Close, chge. Bid. Asked. Yield, ago. 9 Treasury 3s, 1943-41 Mch.104.35 104.25 104.25 .3 104.23 104.35 .... 107.4 50 Treasury 3s 1947-'43 109 109 109 .8 109.2 109.5 .81 110.1 17 Treasury 3s 1945-'43 109.2 108.28 109.3 .6 109.2 109.5 .90 109.25 3 Treasury 3s 1946-'44 109.6 109.5 109.6 .12 109.6 109.9 1.11 109.28 6 Treasury 4s 19o4-,44 113.15 113.9 113.15 .8 113.10 113.12 1.29 114.15 5 Treasury 3s 1948-'46 108.2 108.2 108.2 .5 108.18 108.23 1.61 108.12 2 Treasury 3Hs 1949-'46 109.8 109 109.8 .10 109.8 109.10 1.63 ...... 1 Treasury 4s 1952-'47... 117.12 117.13 117.12 .6 117.18117.24 1.84 119.1 25 Treasury 2s 1947 103.6 103.6 103.6 .16 103.3 103.4 1.58 L20 Treasury 2s 1953-"49 103.18 103.5 103.13.20 103.11 103.12 2.12 102.17 4 Treasury 3s 1955-'51 107.16107.9 107.16.17 107.16107.20 2.26 107.3 84 Treasury 2s 1960-'55 105.5 104.25 105.5 .25 104.29 105 2.48 104.16 38 Treasury 2s 1963-'58 103.20 103.11 103.20.28 103.18 103.20 2.51 102.26 30 Treasury 3s 1965-'60 103.15 103.11 103.15.15 103.18 103.21 2.52 42 Fed Farm Mtg 3s 1947-'43. ..i05.20 105.16 105.18.13 105.15 105.20 .43 106.4 6 Fed Farm Mtg 2s 1947-'42. 104.23 104.23104.23 .1 104.22 104.28 .63 100 Fed Farm Mtg 3s 1949-'44... 106.27 106.24 106.27.10 106.27106.28 1.43 106.16 33 Home Own L ls 1947-'45.. 100 S9.24 100 .12 99.29 100 1.50 UNITED STATES TREASURY HOTES. Quoted by C. F. Childs & Co. Fractional parts of quotations are in 32ds of 1 point. 1 1 AlliedStrs 4s'51. 95 95 95 13 AllisChal cv4s'52..110 109 110 36 Am&ForP5s2030.. 60 69 60 60 AmIGChm5s'49.101 1U1 101 16 Am Int 6S '49.104 103 104 11 Am T&T 6s '43.109 109 109 3-32 Represents 13-32ds.) 23 do 3s '66 105 105 105 20 do 3s 61 105 105 105 1 AmWW&E 6s '75.106 106 106 6 Anac Cop 4s,50..107 107 107 2 tAngCNit deb '67. 35 35 35 8 Ark&MRyB-T5s'64 94 94 94 5 Arm Del 4s '67. 98 97 97 98 98 98 104 104 104 97 97 97 93 93 93 103 102 102 69 69 69 , 62 62 63 77 77 77 11 do 4s "65 12 AT&SF 4s '95, 3 do 4s 1905-'65, ldo 4s '60 9 do 4s '48 .... 6 ACLine clt 4s'52 20 do 4s '64 .... 1 do 6s '45 1 4Atl Refin 3s '53.103 103 103 3 tB&Orfg 6s '95. . 33 33 33 . 2 tdo 1st 5s '48.. . 67 67 67 . 1 tdo 1st 5s '48 ct. 66 66 66 21 tdo rfg 5s '95... 29 29 29 3 tdo rfg 5s '95 ct. 28 28 28 7 tdo 5s '96F 29 29 29 32 tdo cv 4s '60.. 20 20 20 18 tdo cv 4s 60 ct 20 20 20 24 do 1st 4s 48 66 65 66 2 do PLE&WV4s'41 60 60 60 4 tdo S W 6s '50 ct 49 49 49 5 do T C 4s '59. . . 55 55 55 2 Bang&Ar cn4s'51. 85 85 85 5 do 5s '43 103 103 103 1 BellTPa 5s'48B. .115 115 115 . lido 5s '60C 127 127 127 2 Beth Stl 4s '60.107 106 106 66 .103 102 103 .109 109 109 67.. 8 do 3s 25 do 3s 1 do 3s '59 7 Bos&Me 5s 13 do 4s "61 2 do 5s '55 . . 1 BklyManTr4s'66 6 Bk)yUnEUst5s'50 6 BklyUnGas 6s'47.110 110 110 a ao 5s -45 iiu 110 110 . 4 do 5s '50 94 94 94 4 do 5s '57B 103 103 103 ICanSou 5s '62.. 87 87 87 . ICanNatR 6s '70.103 103 103 98 41 37 42 73 80 98 41 37 42 73 80 98 41 37 . 43 . 73 80 1 ' 12 do 5s '69 Jly 1 do 5s "69 Oct .. 5 do 4s "55 27 do 4s '51 6 do 4s '56 1 do 4s '57 5 CanNor 6s'46. 24 Can Pac 6s '44 15 do 5s '54 9 do 4s '60 23 do 4s pern 15 tCenofGa 5s'59 C 1 tdo MidGA 5s'47 1 tCenNewE 4s'61 5Cen Pac 6s '60.. 4 do 1st 4s '49 .. 12 tCenRRNJ 6s '87 1 do 5s '87 reg . . 7 tdo 4s '87 7Certain-td 5s'48 7C&0 3s'96 D.. 7 do rfg 3s '96 E 97 5 tChi&Alton 3s'4 12 3CB4Qrfg 5s'71 A 91 8 do gen 4s '58 .. 9a 12 do 4s 111 '49 ..10 .102 102 102 103 103 103 101 101 101 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 109 108 108 103 102 103 87 85 86 77 77 77 65 67 4 4 8 8 40 40 5fi 56 74 74 19 20 15 15 15 15 75 75 97 97 97 97 12 12 91 91 95 95 103 104 67 4 8 40 56 74 20 15 15 75 98 "A " 1 1 1 14 do 3s M '49 .. 99 99 99: 1 tChi&EIll 5s '51 18 18 18 14 tChiGtWest 4s'59 22 22 22 4 tChil&L 6s '66 4 4 4 4 tdo 6s '47 15 14 15 24 tCMSPPae 5s'75 9 8 8 68 tdo aj 5s 2000.. 2 2 2 . 5 tdo gen 4s 89 ..28 28 28 34 tChNW CT 4s'49 5 4 4 9 tdo 4s 2037 C 10 10 10 2 1 5 CRIP 4s,53 A 7 7 7 14 tdo CT 4s '60.. 3 2 3 19 tdo rfg 4s '34 7 6 6 1 tCRI&Prfg4s'34ct 5 5 5 6ChUnSta 4s'63D.107 107 107 2 do 3s '63 105 105 105 15do3s'51 105 105 105 4 ChtWInd 4s'62. 93 93 93 7 do 4s '53 91 91 91 2 Cin G&E 3s '60.107 107 107 5CCC&StL 4s'77. 58 68 58 ldo gen 4s "93 67 67 67 Loss. In the first six months of the cur rent year net income amounted to $508,861, equal to 66 cents a common share, against $151,075, equal to 23 cents a common share, in the same period last year. No cash dividends have ever been paid on the common stock, but one share of the Velga Air plane company stock for each 15 chares of Lockheed held was paid this year. The company had current assets of $9,410,495 and current liabilities of $5,803,073 at June 30, 1939. There is no funded debt. Common stock, which is the only stock capitalization, has a par value of $1 a share. There are 775,000 shares outstanding. It is speculative. LOANS. I have the earnings of Beneficial In dustrial Loan corporation and House- hold Finance corporation in recent years, but not in the prosperous years. I would like to know how much money these companies made in prosperous years, when people did not have to borrow as much as re cently. J. U. Answer: Earnings of Household Finance corporation from 1924 to 1929 were: Year. Net income. 1924 51.011.H62 1925 1,303.182 1926 1,803,743 1927 2,248,000 1928 2,309.406 1929 3,372.418 These earnings were below the level of recent years. It should be remembered, however, that the small loan business has grown rapidly in recent years. It does not appear that earnings of companies in this field fluctuate inversely with business conditions. Earnings of Household Finance declined in the severest de- nression years and rose agair with ' recovery. Beneficial Industrial I .oan company vas organized in 1929, and thus was not conducting business during the boom cf the; late. 1920s. Shares sold today., Year ago Sales Monday, October 30, 1939. 151,000 Total sales 1939 to date.., Total sales 1938 to date.. 170,850 Net High. Low. Close, chge. B 1,100 .. 100 ... 100 100 25 200 100 Series and maturity Bid. . Asked. 'Yield. B ls, Dec. 15, '39. ...100.4 ,. ... A ls. March 15, '40. .101.8 101.10 B ls, June 15, '40... 101.17 101.19 ... C ls, Dec. 15, '40. ...101.30 102.0 .... A ls. March 15, '41.. 102.0 102.3 B ls, June 15, '41.. .102.0 102.3 .08 C ls, Dec. 15, '41. ...102.13 103.15 .08 UNITED STATES TREASURY STATEMENT. Chicago Tribune Press Service. . WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct. 30. The fol lowing is a statement the United States treasury on Oct. 27, 1939: Income to date this year S 1,724,514,300 Income to date last year 1.795,857.800 Series and maturity Bid. Asked. Yield. A ls, March 15, '42. .103.19 103.31 .30 B 2s, Sept. 15, '42 104.26 104.28 .29 C ls, Dec. 15. 42... .104.4 104.6 .40 A ls, June 15, '43. ..101.25 101.27 .61 B ls, Dec. 15, 43... .101.19 101.21 .72 WI B Is, March 15, '44.100.24 100.26 .81 A s, June 15, '44 99.20 99.23 .83 Decrease J5 71,343,500 Departmental, including reliefs 273,750,800 Agriculture 437,453,600 Navy 240,336.300 A: ly 272,838,700 Interest on public debt 247,959,300 Loan agencies 7,291,400 Security agencies 276,794.200 Public works agencies . Veterans administration Deficit this year Deficit last year Increase Public debt this year Public debt last year of the condition of 724,922,800 184,339,600 1,403,550,900 1,115,451.300 400 900 300 3,400 300 Increase ,.S 288,099,600 ..$41,024,808,100 .. 38,426,425.500 ..$ 2,598,383,600 Salea, thous. High, 8Manati Sue 4s'57 39 62 tManhatRy 4s'0 68 6 tdo 2d 4s 2013.. 37 3 MarStShOT 6s'47. 70 2 Med Ed 4s '68 . Ill Net . Low. Close, chge. 39 39 68 68 37 37 65 70 111 111 17 StMWSECh 4s'38 7 7 7 20 MichConGas 4s'63 99 98 99 2 tMilSp&NW 4s'47 16 16 lrt 1 tM&StL rfg '5s'63 1 1 1 .... 3 tdo 4s '49 2 2 2 5 tSMSP-SSM 6s'38 6 6 b' .... 12 tido cn 4s '38... 8 8 8 1 tMo-Ul 6s '59... 62 62 63, .... 8 M-K-Tex 6s '62A 24 23i 23 1 8 tdo adi 5s '67... 11 11 11 1 do 1st 4s '90.... 36 36 36 5 do 4s '62B 19 19 19 25 tMo Pac 5s '77F 16 16 16 5 tdo 5s '78G 1H 1 1 1 tdo gen 4s '75. . 4 4 4 3 tM&O Mtg 5s '47 23 23 23 1 2tSdo 5s '38.... 34 34 34 7 tdo 4s '77 29 28 29 5 MWPaPPS 6s'63 . 108 108 10S 10 MontPow 3s '66 98 98 98 .... 4 Mor&Essex 5s '55 45 45 4,- .... 5do43'55 41 41 41 3 do 3s 2000 48 47 47 1 NCha&StL 4s '78 70 70 70 .... 29 NatD 3s'51ww.l06 106 106 25 Nat Dist 3s'49.102 102 103 1 Nat Gyps 4s'60.102 102 102 6 Natl Steel 3s '65 99 99 99 11 NewET&T 5s'52.124 124 124 6 do 4s '61B 123 123 123 1NJP&L 4s '60.109 109 109 4 NOPuSt 5s '52 A. 105 105 105 3 do 5s '55B 106 106 106 5 N O Term 4s '53 68 68 68 18 NYC rfg 5s 2013 21 do 4s 2013A... Salea. Net thous. High. Low. Close, chge. 12USSteel 3s '4S.106 105 106 2 UtahLt&Tr 5s'44.101 100 100 , 6 Utah P&L 5s '44.101 101 101 8 ftUtllP&L5s'47 80 79 80 7 i tdo 5s '59 80 79 80 2 Va E&P 3s '68.107 106 107 22 Virg Ry 3s '66 . 106 105 105 2 twab rfg 5s'75 11 11 11 2tdo 1st 5s "39. 39 30 39 1 6 tWabash 5s "76B 11 11 11 6 Walk H 4s '45.103 103 103 .... lWalwrth 6s '56. 79 79 79 2 tWarren B 6s'41. 37 37 37 6 W P P 3s '66.109 109 109 3W Sh 4s 2361. 56 56 56 1 do 4s 2361 reg . 60 50 60 3 West L 3s '67.105 105 105 6 W Md 5s '77 A 89 89 89 10 do 4s '52 85 85 6 WNYiP gn4s'43.107 107 tW Pac lst5s'46 21 21 2 tdo 6s '46 asd . 21 21 48 do cn 4s '98. 12 do 3s '46 3 do ct 3s '52... 1 NYC&HR 4s '42. 23 do 3s '97 7 NYC LaSh3s'98 10 NYC&SL 6s'74A 1.3 do 4s '78 2 do 4s '46 12 do 3s '47 25NYCRR 4s '53.105 2 NYDock cv 5s 47 54 2 do 4s '61 54 68 61 65 79 69 87 78 63 68 60 81 85 67 60 65 79 69 87 77 63 68 69 81 85 105 63 54 68 60 65 79 60 . 87 77 63 68 60 . 81 85 105 53 64 1 1 1 L 5 do CWM 4s '91.. 51 51 61 1 CleyE 111 3s'65.108 108 108 2 ClevUTerm54s'72 92 92 92 4 do 6s 73 84 84 84 8 do 4s '77 C 76 76 70 3 tCol F&I 6s '70. 72 72 72 1 Col & So 4s '80 39 39 39 1 ColmbG 5s'52 Ap.103 103 103 12 do 5s '53 May.. .104 103 103 on ao os j.901 iui iuj iu -t- 2ColRyP&L 4s'65.109 109 109 4 ComwEd 3s '68.107 107 107 48 do ct 3s '58... 123 122 123 15 Con Edis 3s'46.105 105 105 13do3s'48 107 106 107 14 do 3s 58 105 105 105 13 An 3s '56 105 104 104 ISConOil cv3s'51.103 103 103 6 tCon Rvs 4s '56. 13 13 13 7 Cons Coal 5s '60. 64 63 63 1 4 Cons Pw 3s '70.107 107 107 ldo3s'67 107 107 107 ! Ar, 3V. "fift 104.' 104 1 04 Va. 1 Container 6s '43.100 100 100 15 Cont Oil 2s '48.112 111 113 2 Crane Co 3s'51.103 103 103 4 Crucibles 4s"48.102 102 102 3 CubaNRy 6s'42. 35 35 35 3 Cuba RR 7s '46 47 47 47 3DaytP&L 3s'60.10G 106 106 31 Del&H rfs 4s 43. 66 65 66 IDel P&L 4s'69.106 106 106 19 tSD & RG 4s '36 10 10 10 5 tdo West 5s '78. 7 7 7 1 tDM&FtD 4s'35ct 4 4 4 5 Det Ed 4s '61.. 112 112 112 5 Dow Chem 3s'51.105 105 105 1 tIDulSS&A 5s'37 17 17 17 18 BuouesLt 3s'65.109 108 108 2ElAutoL cr4s'53.108 108 108 8 tErie rfg 5s '67. 17 16 17 8 tdo rfg 6s '75.. 17 16 17 4 tdo 1st 4s '96... 50 50 60 4 tErie gn In 4s'96 24 23 24 5 tdo ct 4s '53A.. 21 21 21 15 FirestT&R 3s'48.105 105 105 15 tFla E Cst 5s'74 9 9 9 12 tdo 6s '74 ct.... 8 8 8 3 do 4s '59 .... 61 61 61 3 Francis Sug 6s'56 51 50 60 2 Gn Cable 6s '47.101 101 101 2 Goodr.ch 4s '56.103 103 103 13 Gt Nor 5s '73.. 90 89 89 6 do 1st 4s '61.103 102 102 4 do 4s '46G 105 105 105 5 do 4s '46H .... 92 . 92 92 6 do 3s '67 76 76 76 1 Glf StUt ' 3s '69.105 105 105 1 tHrlmRT&P 4s'54 53 63 63 1 17 HouO Tex 4s'54 97 97 97 1 11 Hud Coal 5s '62A 38 38 38 5Hud&M rfg 5s'57 47 47 47 . 11 tdo inc 5s '57.. 14 14 14 6 IllBellT 3s '70B.109 109 109 6111 Cen 4s '53.. 50 49 49 ldo rfg 4s '55.... 53 53 63 . 13 do 4s '66 60 49 49 11 IC4CSL-N05s'63A 63 63 63 4Ind Ray 4s'48 98 98 98 2 Inland Stl 3s'61.107 107 107 34 i tlntrbRTr 7s'32 67 67 67 22 tdo 7s '33 ct.... 65 65 65 10 S tdo 6s '32 .... 29 28 28 1 tdo rfg 5s '66ct 67 67 67 63 tdo rfg 5s '66.. 68 67 68 1 Intxlke Ir cy4s'47 91 91 91 1 Int Agric 5s'42st.l02 102 103 14tIntGtN aj 6s'52 2 2 Int HydEl cv6s'44 75 2 Int MerM 6s '41 65 4 Int Paper 5s '47 99 1 IntRysCAm 5s'72 76 79 Int T&T 4s '52 45 46do 5s '55 ....... 61 13 tla Cen rfg 4s'51 2 5 Jones&LSt 4s'61 95 3 ! tKCFS&M 4s'36 32 6 K C South 5s '50 68 4 NY Edis 3s'65.105 105 105 1 do 3s '66 105 105 105 ,i 16NYGEH&P 4s'49.114 114 114 .... 1 tNYLE-WC5s'43 70 70 70 10 tNYNH-Hcv6s'48 18 18 18 15 tdo 4s '67 18 18 18 5 tdo 4s '47 14 14 14 1 tdo 4s '56 14 14 3 4 1 tdo 3s '54 14 14 14 .... 1 tdo ct 3s '50. 14 14 14 1 tNYO-Wgen4s'55. 4 4 4 6 NYSteam 3s'63.100 100 100 i 14 tSNYS-W rfgos'37 9 9 9 6 tSNYW-B ls'46 3 3 3 2 NiagSh ct5s'50.102 102 102 5 tiNorfSou 5s'61A 11 11 111 2 NorAmCo 4s '59..105 105 105 2 do 3s '54 104 104 104 .... 2 do 3s '49 105 105 105 ,i 18 Nor Pac 6s 2047 62 61 61 7 do 6s 2047C 66 65 55 1 6 do 4s 2047 52 52 62 33 do 4s '97 71 71 71 8 do 3s 2047 44 43 441 11 NorStaP 3s'67.106 105 105 8 Ohio Ed 4s '65. .106 106 106 .... lldo3s'73 104 103 103 2 OklaG-E 3s '66 . 106 106" 106 7 OntPwNFa 5s'43.104 104 104 1 OreRR&N 4s '46.109 109 109 2 OreShL gtd5s'46.116 116 116 1 17 Or-WKK,-M 4S 01.104 104 104 ... 2 Otis Stl 4s '62A 78 78 78 1 14PacG&El 3tts'66.104 103 10S M 12do39 61 107 107 107 M 30 do 4s 64 109 109 109 J,i 3 PacT&T 3s'66B.105 105 105 V, 5 do 3s '6GC 105 105 105 5 Para Bdy 3s '55ct 49 49 49 4ParaPic cv3s'47 8o 85 85 .... 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JLVin 1U1 1U1 If. 4Penn-Dix 6s '41A 95 94 94 10 PenP&Lt 4s'74.104 104 104 lido 3s '69 105 105 105 1 PenRR gen 5s'68 . 107 107 107 ldo cn 4s '60... 117 117 117 5 do gen 4s '65. .100 99 100 13 do 4s deb '70.. 86 86 86 7 do gen 4s '81.. 94 93 93 o aa b o iiu J.J.U jlj.u ; 2 do 3S '70 88 88 88 3 do 3s '52 88 88 88 10 PeoGL&CCh 5s'47.113 113 11 3 4 Feona&E 1st 4s 40 73 73 73 2 Pere Mara 5s '56 74 74 74 zu fa voage 3s oz.iia nzft iij 1 Phil B&W 4s'43.. 108 108 108 2 do 4s '81D 104 104 104 7Phila Co 5s'67....105 105 105 2 Phil Elec 3s'67.109 109 109 7 tPhRdC&IcT 6s'49 5 4 4 3 do 5s '73 13 13 13 6 tiPhilip Ry 4s'37 6 6 . l f "n i : 1 1 : t-i . n-.c.., .... .... , . 3PCC&SL 5s'75B...105 105 105 4 do 4s'77 98 97 97 1 a 'itUOKe&lr4s'53.100 100 100 14 Portl Glfl 4s 60. 77 76 76i 23 tPostT&C 5s'53. 17 17 17 2 PS N 111 3s'68.105 105 105 4 Purity Bak 5s'48..102?i 101K 101 10 Readg 4s '97 A.. 77 76 77 1 Rdg Jer Cen 4s' 51 60 . 60 60 4. 12 Rem R 4s'56ww 97 96 97 oa rap oieei I'as ui vya o 6 do 4s '56 95 94 1 tSRioGW lst4s'39 34 34 4 RochG&E 3s'69.104 105 94 94 34 . 105 9 93 60 11- 12- 11 . 11 10 . 10 34 62 . 110 29 29 9 8 3 . 14& . . 4 . 94 . 98 3 - 2 75 64 99 76 45 50 2 95 32 67 2 75 65 99 76 45 61 2 95 32 67 8 K C Term 4s '60.107 107 107 1 Kas G&E 4s'80.106 106 106 3KoppersCo 4s'51.101 101 101 lKresgeFnd 4s'45.105 105 105 3 Lac Gas 5s'53.. 49 49 49 5 do 5s '42 83 83 83 3LE&West 3s '47. 76 75 75 1LS&MS 3s '97. 83 83 2 tLautNit inc '75. 30 30 1 tLehVCoal 6s'64. 26 26 lOLehVHTm 5s '64. 47 45 4 tLehiVal 5s 2003 20 19 2 tdo 5s 2003 asd. 18 18 6 tdo 4s 2003 . . . 17 17 63 tdo 4s 2003 asd 18 17 3 tdo 4s 2003 .... 17 17 17 69 tdo 4s 2003 asd. 17 16 17 1 6 Uquidlarb 4s'47.108 108 108- 5 Loews 3s '46... 99 99 99 5 LoneSGas 3s'53.107 107 107 3 Longlsl rfg 4s'49 86 86 86 10 do rfg 4s'49 st.. 86 86 86 1 LonllardCo 7s'44.125 125 125 10 Lou&N un 4s'40.100 100 100 1-32 9-32.1 SLouftNJtM ' -2. 73 73 73 SLcuG&E - ? 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Do war 6 4 5 6 6 6 10 10 10 2 2 2 . 85 85 85 600 138 137 138 60 114 114 114 100 16 16 16 50 88 98 98 . 300 1 1 1 . 30 44 43 44 300 8 7 8 200 2,600 33 33 33 800 36 36 36 . 100 113 113 113 25 32 32 32 6 A 3 2 2 7 ft 1 6 3 22 8 10 3o 6 3 2 2 7 1 6 3 21 8 9 10 25 6 , 3 , 2 , 2 7 - Vi 1 6 3 81 1 8 9 a io 25 PS dP &L f 5 pf Raym Cone .. tReiter-Fost ,. Repub A via. . tRoot Pet ... tDo pfd ... Rossia Intl .. tRustless I&S tRyerson & H Sales. 150 150 100 2,900 4,700 200 100 300 100 High. ....37,372,000 ....38,385,303 Net Low. Close, chge. 400 100 50 200 110 100 1,300 900 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 100 125 500 100 100 300 300 300 300 10 10 100 100 3 00 100 00 20 40 10 200 100 100 G 1,300 50 400 75 100 25 123 123 123 9 15 17 29 1 8 8 3 3 24 1 28 20 15 19 27 5 3 1 12 3 4 67 92 9 6 65 9 5 65 5 50 84 80 7 6 8 2 8 6-33 31 76 9 15 17 28 1 7 8 3 3 24 1 28 20 15 19 25 6 3 1 13 2 4 67 92 9 6 65 9 5 63 5 60 83 80 7 6 8 2 8 6-33 31 76 9 . 15 1 7 , 8 3 3 24 1 28 , 20 15 19 27 6 , 3 1 , , 13 2 4 67 92 9 6 65-9 6 65 o .... 50 .... 842 80 7 5 8- 2 .... 8 5-331-32 1 31 76 St. Regis Pap 1,000 tSalJ DomeOU 200 tSchiff Co . 100 Scoyill Mfg... 100 tScullinSt war 100 Seeman Bros. 100 Seiberling Rub 1,300 tSentry S Con 100 tShattuck-Den 300 Shaw W & P 100 Sherwin-Wms . 50 tSilex 200 tSimplicity P 100 tSonotone .... 400 tSoss Mfg .. 400 tSo Coast .... 200 So Penn Oil .. 100 SoCEd B pfd 200 Do C pfd .. 300 Sou Union Gas 300 tStand Dredg. 300 tDo pfd .. 100 tSt Oil Ky.... 100 tDo Ohio .. 100 tStandStl Sprg 400 tStarrettC Ttc 1,600 tSterchiB Strs 100 tSterlAl Prod. 600 Stetson J B . 50 tSunray Oil . 400 Taggart 100 Tampa El .... 300 tTastyeast A 100 Technicolor .. 200 tTexon Oil&L 200 Thew Shovel.. 1,700 Tishman Real 100 Todd Shipyds. 25 tTrans-Lux . . 300 tTranswest Oil 600 Tubize Chat... 100 tTun-Sol Lamo 100 tUni Prem FS 200 tUnit Chem... 500 Unit Gas 800 Do nid 500 Unit Lt-Pow A 300 Do B 200 Do nfd 3.600 tUnitShiyds B 300 Unit Shoe M. . 150 U S Radiator. 600 U S Rub Reel. 100 U S Stores.... 100 United Stores. 200 tUnit Wall Pa 300 tUnivCorp vtc 200 Utah-Idah Sug 600 Utah P&L pfd 50 Util P & L... 150 tUtility Equit. 100 Waco Aire 200 tWest Va C&C 500 West Air Exp 400 WesMd 1st pfd 30 Wichita R Oil. 200 tW'yerineTube 400 Wright Harg. . 100 tYukon Pac M 2.100 10 115 115 115 4 600 250 20(1 300 100 100 100 300 700 100 100 100 200 100 50 500 900 100 200 100 100 100 400 60 300 200 1,900 200 175 125 10 100 25 600 1,300 1 40 1 7 10 11 6 15 1 11 25 fit 1 40 1 6 10 11 6 15 1 11 25 A 2U 6 6 53 53 000 100 300 100 50 100 100 500 100 600 6 7 1 21 13 3 13 23 40 4 1 9 69 63 63 61 27 4 12 14 22 10 89 1 2 29 49 xin Ex interest, ct Certificates. tSelling flat on account of default. JSelling flat for reasons other than default. Matured bonds. Negotiability impaired pending investigation. PRODUCE MARKETS BUTTER Steady : receipts. 8.298 tubs. EGGS Steady to lc higher; receipts, 2,258 cases. LIVE POULTRY Unchanged; receipts, 2 cars and 25 trucks. POTATOES Choice quality stock firm, others steady: receipts, 176 cars: on team track, 389 cars. MILK Class 1 for fluid consumption, price paid by bottlers. 92.04 per 100 lbs. Only wholesale prices quoted: Wholesale Creamery Batter Prices. 93 score. .29 92 score.. 28 91 score. .37 90 score.. 26 89 score.. 25 88 score., .25 Chicago Whole Cen milk, tralized. 27 36 New York. 29 28 27 27 26 25 Boston. , 29 28 27 26 Phil-adel-phia. 29 29 28 27 26 House, 27 on track. Wholesale Cheese Prices. Chicago. New York. Boston. Philadel Flats 17-18 Twins. 16-16 18 S. Dais.16-17 17-18 17-18 17-18 Y. Am 18 -18 17-18 Longh.16-17 17-18 IT. S. Government Graded Eggs. U. S. extras large, white, loose 42c U. S extras large, white, cartons ..43c Eg: ....27c ..21c ....20c ....15c Extra firsts Firsts Current ... Checks .... 16e extras ..18c stds. 18c firsts 17c Dirties Refrig. Refrig. Refrig. . L1t Poultry. Turkeys 'Roosters 10c Hens Z0c .Broilers, colored . 15e Toms 1517c Rocks 18c Hens ll14cl Spring ..1215c Leghorn hens ....10c)Ducki 1214c Potatoes. Idaho ....J1.652.00 Minnesota.S1.051.20 Nebraska . tl.55l .90 Colorado $2.00 Wisconsin . Jl .00 1 .1 5 N. Dak...J1.001.25 S. Dak $1.00 Iowa ...fl.25 BENTON HARBOR FRUIT PRICES. BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Oct. 30 Special Today's Benton Harbor fruit market prices were: Apples, bushels, Jonathans, 2 inch 70 to 75 cents; delicious, 2 inch, 85 cents; golden delicious. 2 Inch, 70 cents; Grimes golden, 2 inch, 65 ennts; Staymans. 2 Inch, 65 cents. Fear, bushels, Eieffers, 2 tech, 80 emit. tGen Tel pfd. Geo Pw $6 pf Glen Alden Co. Godch Sub B Gorh Mfg .. 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(Represents 1- 100 25 200 100 100 200 300 700 1,700 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 600 50 200 700 500 700 100 100 20 200 300 1,100 700 1.100 100 400 100 100 300 10 97 7 10 23 10 17 44 2 6 7 8 14 8 11 2 14 68 5 28 3 5 20 14 14 6 10 70 2 ! 3 22 3 8 5 7 1 21 13 3 13 23 40 4 1 9 69 61 61 61 27 4 12 13 22 A 10 88 1 2 29 49 64.1 51 97 7 10 25 10 17 43 2 6 7 8 14 8 11 2 14 68 5 28 3 5 20 14 14 6 10 70 4 2 3 21 3 7 19 19 1 40 1 6 10- 11 . 6 15 1 11 . 25 A-2-6 63-5 7 1 21 13 . 3-13 23 40 4 1 9 69 63 63 61 . 27 4 1S 14 22 . 10 89 1' 49 51 97 7 10 25 10 17 43 2 6 7 8 14 8 11 . 68 . 5 28 3 . 5 20 , 14 14 6 10 70 . 2 . 3 7 " " A " 1 1 3 1 1 ' 20 200 20 700 100 20 700 200 50 300 3,400 700 100 100 100 100 100 300 400 300 100 100 100 100 100 700 100 84 2 76 28 3 71 3 A 10 1 32 9 29 6 A 4 8 5 3 4 1 4 8 7 6 6 L 1 19 19 19 20 19 20 92 93 93 1 60 103 103 102 100 42 42 42 84 84 2 2 76 76 27 27 3 3 71 71 13 3 10 1 31 9 29 5 A 4 8 4 3 4 1 4 8 7 6 6 20 163 163 3 , 10 1 32 9 29 6 A 4 8 4 3 4 1 4 H4i 7 6 6 163 24 - b 17 8 13 40 10 13 5 1 A 1 1 100 24 23 400 6 6 100 6 6 200 17 17 300 8 8 1,700 100 13 13 100 40 40 300 10 9 400 13 12 100 5 6 100 1 1 20 115 115 115 100 43 43 43 25 13 13 13 110 118 117 118 300 13 12 12 . 50 67 67 67 100 70 70 70 . 100 25 24 25 100 8 8 8 10 106 106 106 210 116 116 116 400 8 8 8 50 85 85 85 600 6 6 6 100 1 1 1 . 100 25 25 25 60 48 48 48 . 200 3 3 3 100 6 6 6 1,500 13 13 13 60 103 103 103 200 17 17 17 50 46 46 46 75 108 108 108 200 1 1 1 . 300 80 30 80 6 87 12 2 2 8 A 1 1 200 20 100 600 700 800 6 27 12 2 8 8 76 110 110 800 72 72 6 87 12 2 2 8 110 72 25 116. 116 116 100 8 8 8 100 14 14 14 500 1 1 1 , 100 11 11 11 . 100 8 S 3 100 6 6 20 106 104 100 100 7 67 67- 128 S 85 88- 1 72 14 - 6 4 10 A 14 1 3 8 14 33 1 40 9 7 19 97 15 1 1 6 3 37 28 26 2 2 12 18 25 43 1 4 6 . 6 2 4 32 A 14 3 19 1 70 1 3 11 3 18 11 2 91 1 1 34 2 77 2 4 A 2 2 2 67 22 1 5 2 4 60 5 5 6 1 72 14 6 4 10 A 14 1 3 8 14 33 1 40 9 7 19 97 15 1 1 5 3 37 28 26 2 3 12 18 25 42 1 4 6 6 2 4 32 K nr 14 2 17 1 70 1 3 11 3 18 10 2 91 1 1 31 2 77 2 4 A 2 2 1 67 21 1 5 2 - 4 68 5 6 6 1 A A " 2 2 ' Business Bits 72 14 6 4 10 . 1 3 8 14 33 1 40 , 8 , 7 19 97 15 1 1 , 5 3 37 28 26 2 .... 2 12 1 18- 25 42 1 4 . 6 5 , 2 4 ... 32 " 14- 2 . 19 1 70 . 1 . 3 . 11 3 . 18 10d 2 . 91 1 1 . 34 2 77 2 . 4 . A , 2 2 1 67 21 1 . 5 2 . 4 60 5 6 6 , 1 1 Holgar J. Johnson of Pittsburgh, Pa., has been elected president of the Institute of Life Insurance, a n organization recently formed by 85 life insurance companies. He has just finished a year as president of the National Association of Life Underwriters, and is general agent of the Penn Mutual Life Insurance company, at Pittsburgh. Robert P. Ness- ler has been elected vice presi dent and general Met's, Inc. Nessler has an option on 50,000 shares of unauthorized and un issued common stock, enective over a period of five years at prices rang ing from 50 cents to $1 a share. Senior stockholders of De Met's re cently elected S. N. Johnson, Herbert Delafield, and Paul D. McNulty to the board under a provision of the certificate of incorporation which allows them to elect a majority of the directors if eight quarterly dividends on their stock go unpaid. 60 39 46 36 40 soy 60 1 39 2 46 37 40 36 DOMESTIC BONDS. Sales, tnous. Hieh. Low. Close. 5 Ala Pow 5s '51.106 106 106 51 do 4s '67 102 l(ll 102 J. 18 Am G':E 6s 2028.107 107 107 Id Am P&L 6s 2016.100 99 99 Am seat bs'46stp.l03 103 102 6 Appl E P 4s'48.108 108 108 2 do 4s '66 108 108 10S J. 10 Ark P&L 5s '56.. 105 104 105 ait as itlec 4s '53 61 13 As G&E 5s '50 .. 41 ldo 5s '77 .... 46 6" do 6s '68 40 : do 4s '48 43 43 do 4i '49 38 .: Atlan C E 3s'64.104 103 104 1 tAtl G L 4s'55.105 105 105 11 tBaldw L 6s '50.129 128 128 7 Bell T C 6s'57B.110 110 110 1 Beth St 6- 98 ..136 136 136 14 Birm El 4s '68 95 94 95 4 Birmi - G 5s'59. 94 94 94 1 Broad R P 5s'54. 97 97 97 1 Can Nor P 5s'53 97 97 97 5 Can Pac 6s '42 . 85 85 85 15 Caro P&L 5s '56.107 106 106 3 Cen St E 5s'54. 41 41 41 o ao os '48 41 33 Cen RP&L58'53. 71 9 Chi Ry 5s '27ct. 53 5 Cities Ser 5s '58. 72 21 do 5s '50 73 4 Cit SP&L 5s'49. 83 liCit S P 6s'53. 82 5 Com P&L 5s '57 . 87 21 Cont G&E 5s'68A 88 15 Del E P 6s'5!.106 1 SDet I B 6s'53 5 Net chge. 1 41 71 51 72 72 83 81 87 87 106 5 41 71 51 72 83 87 87 106 5- JL 4 2 2 n i Holgar I. Johnson manager of De BANKS' BUSINESS LOANS RESUME RECENT UPTURN Rise Six Million Dollars During Week. Commercial loans of member banks of the federal reserve system resumed their climb in the week ended Oct. 25 after a slight recession in the preceding week had interrupted eight consecutive weekly gains. Th reserve board announced yesterday that commercial, industrial, and agri cultural loans of reporting banks irt 101 leading cities expanded 6 million dollars to a total of $4,292,000,000. The volume of this type of credit on Oct. 25 was 385 million dollars larger than a year earlier. Loans to dealers in securities and brokers ros 45 millions, but were 135 millions behind those of a year ago. The banks reported increases of 58 million dollars in their holdings of United States treasury bills and 13 millions in treasury notes, but a decrease of 23 millions in United States bonds. Demand deposits checMni: accounts gained 154 millions and time deposits savings accounts 12 millions. Details of Report. Following are comparisons of th principal assets and liabilities of member banks at the rfosp of husiness train of the Rock Island Lines will , Wednesday last six ciphers omitted : be exhibited Monday at the La Salle street station. Two new Rocket ROCK ISLAND RY. TO EXHIBIT NEW 'ROCKET9 TRAIN A new Rocky Mountain Rocket trains will enter regular service Nov. 12 between Chicago and Colorado. The observation car contains the lounge, buffet and five double bedrooms. There are two other Pullman cars with roomettes, bedrooms, compartments and open sections. The rest of the train consists of two coaches, a diner and a baggage car. The Rocket will leave Chicago at 1:55 p. m. and will split into two sections at Limon, Colo., one arriving at Colorado Springs at 8:30 a. m., mountain time, and the other at Denver at 8:25 a. m., mountain time. The east-bound train will leave Denver at 1:15 p. m. and meet the Colorado Springs section, which left at 1:05 p. m., at Limon and will arrive in Chicago at 9:15 a. m., Chicago time. COTTON Spot cotton closed .03 to .05 cent higher with New : York 9.34 cents; New Orleans, 9.23 cents: Galveston. 8.93 cents, and Hous ton at 8.80 cents Chicago a pound. Board of Prices follow: Trade. December May Open. . 9.19 8.94 High. 9.19 8.96 Low. 9.19 8.94 Clope. 9.19 8.96 New Orleans Cotton Exchange. Dec, eld.. Jan., old.. March, old. May, old.. July, Do Oct., 2 do 7s '52 1 1 1 3 do 7s '53 ct ... 39 tEast G&F 4s'56A 81 80 80 4 Elec P&L 5s2030 74 74 74 3 Emp D E 5s'52 . 103 103 103 3 Fed Wat 5s '54 89 89 89 61 Fla P&L 6s "54.. 102 102 102 , 3 Fla Pow 4s '66C 96 96 S)6 5 Gen P i 6s'56 95 94 95 1 Gen W V 5s'43A 93 93 93 17 Geo Pow 5s '67.106 106 106 3 Geo P&L 6s '78. 69 69 69 11 Glen Id C 4s'65 71 71 71 3 Grand Trk 4s '50 79 79 79 3 1 tGuar. Inv 6s'48A 47 47 47 2 Hous G G 6s'43.103 103 103 2 12 do 6s '43 . . .104 103 103 1 5 IdahoPw 3s'67.107 107 107 10 111 P & L OS '56U 99 99 99 , 2 do 5s '57 93 93 93 , lido 6s '53 104 104 104 2 do 5a 54B ...102 103 102 21iid El 6s '47 ..105 105 105 4 do 5s '61C ....100 100 100 1 Ind Hyd El 5s'58 97 97 97 SIndnpIsGas 5s'53. 66 65 65 3 Ind P&L 3s'8.107 107 107 5 Int P See 7s'57E. 43 40 43 2 Inters Pow 6s'52 54 54 54 15 do 6s '57 67 67 67 65 Int P Svc 5s'56D.100 100 100 8 do 4s '58 .... 98 97 98 35 It S Pw 6s 63A. 36 36 36 5 JacksonvG 5s'42st 44 44 44 7 JCP&L 4s '61C.104 104 104 5 Ky Util 5s '69 1.101 101 101 7 do 5s '61H ....101 101 101 3 Lex Util 5s "53.103 103 103 7 LibMcN&L 5s'42.104 103 103 5 tMengel 4s '47. 86 86 86 2 MidlandVai 6s'43 73 73 73 1 MilwG Lt 4s'67 99 99 99 3 Minn P&L 5s '55.105 104 104 32 MissP&LCo 5s'57.102 102 102 12 Miss Pow 5s '55.100 99 100 4 Miss Riv P 5s51.110 110 110 5tMoPub Sv 6s'60 91 90 91 6NP&L 6s 2026A.111 111 111 17 do 5s 2030B ...106 105 106 , 2 NebPw 6sA2022.120 120 120 8 NevadaCalE 5s'5H 79 79 79 6 NEnpG&E 5s'50. 68 68 68 6 do 6s '47 68 68 68 SNEngPow 6s'54 99 99 99 2 do 6s 48 96 96 96 INOrlPS 6s '42 st.101 101 101 2 NY&WLt 4s2004.105 105 105 5 do 4s '67 105 104 105 3 NYStE&G4s'80.104 104 104 1 NBosLtP 3s '47.107 107 107 1 NorConU 5s'48A 50 60 50 6 N IndG&E 6s'52.109 109 109 1 NorlndPS 5s '69.105 105 105 8 do 6s '66C 105 105 105 1 NrwestEl 6s'45st.l05 105 105 2 NorwestPS 5s'57.104 103 104 13 OhioPow 3s'68.104 104 104 1 OhioPubSv 4s'62.1()6 106 106 SOklaNG 3s '55.104 104 104 3 0klaP&W 5s '48.103 102 102 3Pac G&E 6s'41B.lll 111111 28PacP&L 6a '55. 92 92 02 16PCP&L 4s '77. 99 99 99 1 Pen El 4s -71F. .104 104 104 3 Pen-Oh Ed 6s'50.108 107 108 2 do 6s '59 106 106 108 4 PeoGL&C 4s "81B 97 96 96 9 do 4s '61D 97 97 97 2 Pitts Steel 6s'48. 99 99 99 lOPtldG&C 5s '40.. 79 78 79 .... 19 Pot Ed 5s'66E. . . 109 109 109 HPugSP&L 6s49 96 95 95 6 do 6s '60C 94 94 94 lido 4s '50D.... 90 90 90 .... 1 Qu Bor G 5s'52 94 94 94 .... flScripps 5s '43.101 100 101 7 Sh W&P 4s67A 95 93 93 1 17 SEP&L 6s3025A.110 110 110A , 40 tSoCalEd 3s'60.108 107 107 1 tdo 3s '60B 107 107 107 5 SoCtyGC 4s '68.105 105 105 1 S W A T 5s'61A.104 104 104 3 SW P&L6s'2022A 99 99 99 15 StdG&E 6s 48st. 69 69 69 19 do 6s '48 ct st. 69 68 69 , 1 do 6s "51 69 69 69 l do 6s '66... . . .. 69 69 69 6Std P&L 6s '67.. 68 68 68 3 tStarrCorp 5s50 18 18 18 3 Tex El S 5s '60.103 103 103 6 TideWatP 5s '79A 98 98 98 STwCRT 5S'52A 61 5 tUl&Co6s'50 4thst 10 2 Unit L&P 6s'74 89 11 do 6s '75 85 lOCnL&Ry 5s '62 90 1 do 6s '72A 3 do 6s '73A.... old.. new., new. New Open. 9.20 9.19 9.06 8.95 8.83 8.93 8.52 High. 9.25 9.19 9.10 9.00 8.85 8.96 8.53 Low. 9.20 9.19 9.06 8.95 8.80 8.93 8.51 Close. 9.24 9.19 9.09 9.00 8.84 8.96 8.53 York Cotton Exchange. Dec, Jan., old.. old.. March, old. Do new May, Do July, Do Oct., old., new., old., new., new. Open. 9.12 9.06 8.96 9.14 8.86 9.07 8.71 8.90 8.45 High. 9.15 9.09 9.00 9.16 8.91 9.09 8.75 8.94 8.45 Low. 9.11 9.06 8.95 9.14 8.86 9.05 8.70 8.90 8.42 Close. 9.14 9.09 8.99 9.16 8.89 9.09 8.75 8.94 8.43 Prey. cloe. 9.20 8.93 Prey. 9.20 9.14 9.05 8.94 8.79 8.H4 8.53 PreT. close. 9.01 9.05 8.95 9.12 8.85 9.05 8.70 8.90 8.45 OIL MEN FIND LIGNITE. While drilling for oil near Procella. Hous ton county, near Crockett. Tex.. Wynne and Howard went thru two thick beds of lignite. Loans ments. Assets. Inc. or dee. sinca Oct. 25, Oct. 18. Oct. 26, 1939. 1939. 1938. and invest- total $22,657$ 94 $1,164, Loans, total Commer., indus.. and agricultural loans . Open market paper Loans to brokers & dealers in secur... Other loans for pur- chas. or car. secur. Real estate loans . . Loans to banks Other loans ....... Treasury bills .... Treasury notes ... U. S. bonds Obligations guar, by U. S. government. Other securities .... Reserve with Federal Reserve banks ... Cash in vault Bal. with dom. bks. Other assets, net . . . Liabilities. Demand deposits, ad- 8,479 4,292 318 593 610 1,180 32 1,554 629 2,145 6.854 2,226 3,324 10,094 487 3,090 1,249 66 6 2 133 385 27 45 135 9 4 58 19 - 1 ' 1 63 15 71 28 S3 474 18 539 18 66 7 .1 1 2,894 49 695 1 justed 18,721 154 2,726 Time deposits 6,251 12 95 U. S. gov. deposits. 638 1 8 Inter bank deposits: Domestic banks .. 7,853 31 1,65 Foreign banks ... 820 S3 328 Borrowings 1 .... 2 Other liabilities .... 673 8 142 Capital accounts . 3,722 3 68 Revised. SECOND MERCURY TRAIN TO SERVE CHICAGO, DETROIT The second Mercury streamliner of the New York Central system will begin regular service Nov. 12 from Chicago to Detroit in 4 hours, F. Hj Baird, passenger traffic manager said yesterday. The 11 car gray and silver train will be displayed Saturday at the 12th street station. The Mercury service between Cleveland and Detroit, started in 1936, will be continued, Baird said. The new Mercury will leave Chicago each day at 9 a. m. and reach Detroit at 2:45 p. m. eastern standard time. The westbound Mercury will depart from Detroit at 1 p. m. and reach Chicago at 4:45 p. m. Jl VAYMVAYVIiUfCmm 1 2 1 "i ' 1 61 10 88 84 90 .115 115 115 84 84 84 61 10 88 84 90 ' , lUthP&L 6s2022A 98 98 98 1 VirgPS 5s'46A.100100100 3 do 5s 60B 99 98 99 lWestNUn 6s '44. 68 58 68 1 8 tWisP&L4s'66A.104 103 104 z Yadkin B.r os-4i.iuo 105 10s 1 lYork Rys 61'37 92 92 92 ZdO 6S '47 St 54 3 U4 1 , FOREIGN BONDS. FinBJfBk 6s '61st 67 67 67 1 SIsaxcoHyB 7a '52 46 46 46 1 aSLimaPem 6s'58 8 8 6 PiedHTE 6'60A 41 - 41 41 5 Unit 1 St 7a'56 42 42 42 Ex dividend, truny listed; all others are dealt In on the unlisted trading basis, xr Jtx right. 3dn Ex Interest, nr Under rule, ww With warrants. I Matured bonds; negotiability impaired dorinr investigation. Prepare for Gardens October 30, 1339. ARDENERS at the Du Page county farm already are pre- paring for next year's crops of fresh vegetables ana annual flowers. They have removed ail tne old vines and stalks from the garden plots and will plow the ground this week. Recent rams softened tne sou so that it can be worked. The plowed ground will be left in the rough over winter. The old plants removed from the gardens were hauled away ana thrown Into a compost heap, where they will be left to decay for about two years. This decayed vegetable waste then will be used as a top dressing for lawns and for mixing with soils for flower oeas. dome m it may be spread over the vegetable gardens. Hard to Plow Under. When old dead plants are left on the garden they are hard to plow under and they interfere with the preparation of seed beds the following spring. Before the gardens are plowed they will be top dressed with a heavy application of manure from the dairy barn. No other fertilizer will be used. When cow manure is not available a comolete commercial fertilizer is worked into the soil just before planting time in the spring. The gardeners say that fall plowing puts gardens in good condition for working the next spring and helps to make available plant foods in the sou. It also makes it possi ble to plant much earlier than where the ground is not plowed until spring. Garden plots at the farm are plowed much deeper than land to be used for growing field crops. The gardens are plowed at least 12 inche3 deep. Makes Them Crisper. The gardeners have found that vegetables need a deep, rich seed bed in order to make the quick growth, necessary to produce crisp, tender; plants. Deep plowing is considered especially essential after a dry summer, when the plant roots need to go far down in search of moisture. Manure never is put on the land in the spring, but always is spread on in the fall and plowed under. The gardeners say it is not advisable to put manure on the plowed ground in the spring because young vegetable plants do not grow well when, the roots are in contact with fresh manure in the surface soil. Once the plants are well established, the roots push down thru the soil to the manure that was plowed under the previous falL Softens the Soil. Manure that is plowed under in the fall not only adds humus and plant food as it decays, but it tends to make the soil work better the next year and helps to release plant foods already in the soiL Complete fertilizers sometimes are put on the gardens in early spring to supply quick acting plant food Leafy vegetables require lots of nitre gen and extra supplies of potassium and phosphorus may be needed for root crops. FARM LANDS Illinois. "PERFECT FOR A SMALL FAMILY " who wants to T rais? chiikens. healthy children. Ind their iwn vegetables, includes new P-. tvD cottage corner larm adjacent "If ho.Ee development, electricity, large school, small taxes. Price $875 terms considered Ppty- nr. North-av.. outside Chl-TaVo. AddreS F L 72. Tribune. COUNTRY SIDE ESTATE. 15 ACRES. ABT. 500 It. main road fpavedl frontase overlooking T)es Plaines river, valley, convenient lor S. W. side executives or workers: iJ r.ihonl. electricity in. Price now J125 acre. 1-5 cash, balance adjusted. Address F P 403. Tribune. 5 ACRES INCLUDES BEAUTIFUL WOODS WIDE FRONTAGE ON PAVED MAIN highway. Bus passes DOty.. just outside Palo Twp. Sacrifice S150 acre; conv. Una. Address F L 496. Tribune. 160 ACRE FARM tats hi way; rd. bldga.: electricity: ex- rooa son; souia ox Aurora. fir. railent location ias acre. Reasonable terms, Address X B 288, Tribune. 4 RM. co tta re Almost complete. Plenty room lor rarden, poultry, etc. Good soil. Schools. Elec Bard roads. 31 minutes west of lnou. Price S895. S100 down $14.25 monthly. Address F X 316. Tribune. Uliaoia. 5 ACRES level land, fine for chickens, near; Wheaton: gd. roads; electricity: $150 caan. $15 monthly. Address T C 247. Tribuna. Indiana. - 3 ACRE farmette. unimpr.: 1 honr Chicar: $475. Address X C 59. Tribune. MichiKan. ON large beaut, lake; S. W. Mich.; 7 scree: all nicely wooded: sand beach: 300 ft; frontage; for quick sale only $950; tencsJ - Address F N 226. Tribune. i FARMS All sizes and prices. BUY .NOW oc Easy terms. New fall list FREE. i EVANS REALTY CO.. Fremont. Mich. 1 FREE farm and sizes. list S. W. Michigan; aU kisdt ROESSLER, 140 S. Dearborn. - Wisconsin. $ KAILKOAD UAM GKAN1 LJINU9. S4 TC $5 per acre tor rood farm land adapted fc dairying hve stock aiio irain Good roada water, towns and market. Sena tor booir. let No b K. S Clear. Land Dept. Son Line Minneanoliii Minn I 202 ACRE farm on route 457 room dnclrl house: lg. barn, hay barn, silo, etc. Nrf state line; $90 per acre. Briargate 4008 ) . Hlacellaneons. . , . 5 FKER eatalnc farm harcains 10 atatat United. 7-B South Dearborn. SUt 7871 - " I

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