Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 15, 1941 · Page 19
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I Lhone 3.1111 '(Section Two) Page Five ME OF WORST TUMBLES IN MONTHS IS TAKEN BY STOCK MARKET Ind Issues Drop ,tn» YORK, Feb. 14- (AP)— I Anarns°Ex.? ,40e JEW •*-,.„, toriav took onr of Addressnc. 1.20 *«mbis° in more than «'&'* , Acme stl 4 1—Unit of trading 10 aharea. Salra In Hdn. Hlch Low 1 45 45 _ — year, t —Payabl* k—Accumulated dividend paid or declared tkli »* ClflM 45 IS 49 17 fi'i tit ; Lud St le 15 20*1 20 as speculative and in- Aiipchany Corp sentiment was furl hoi Ajjeguny Pl increasing war tension .Allegheny Lud st ie 15 and Southeastern AlI Chem & Dye 6a 4 146C 145 A llien StP 1 I™ ""•"•• ~ . , . Allis-Ch Mfg Hie li industrials, inrludmg Amer.ida Com 2 ; aircrafts and "blue'Am Aj^Ch Del 1.20 : thn hrunt of i Am Bank "Note 1 " i prices 1 to 3 Am Can 4 i 14S 29V 45S 14'j 43V E Sales In El Pow & Lt S7 pf .35? 9 El Storage Bat 2 1 E?:»jurii- mhn 3 l En; PUi Sen-ice 16 Erie R R 13 trie 1 pf s Evans Products 9 Ex-Cell-O 2.30e 3 Exchange Buffet 2 Hlsh . the start. d 'muVr'mild buying Activity i Am on ' 4 ° B the comeback but;Am Crystal Sug v«g -RSI* final hour during | - * - ^ow ^ ** tte larpest turno\cr of thp; Am & FP S7 ^ f j J" 31 B -. recorded. \Vhile there | Am & F r ipf •> imd the day's lows. ( spots of resistance, generally finished . Press average of Am Hide & Leather ~ 2.40 International Am Locomotive * point to 39.S,| A 'since June 13, lastjlS MetalTg dav's recession, Am Pnw & Lt since November Am C*L S6_pf 740 shares corn- "* 17 Am P&L ss'pf . , Am Rad & St S .40e 41 Am Roll Mill 'ie 23 Am Safetv Razor .80 1 25 ".. 58 19H 113 SH 4\ 9 ii 47 IS 3?i 13 1214 21i 17 21i 39 33 6H 127. 6 44 14 4 *•> S2-, ?'• 113 44 14 Vk wu; 24 57 1SH 113 K»i F Fairbanks Morse 14 E 3 Fed Lt & Traction la i Fed Mng & Smelt 2e 2 Fed Mot Truck 4 Firestone T & R Vig 9 6H 26 S 38 12 22 3 Low 28 »4 Finest 1 & R pf First Nat Strs 2V4 36 12 22 3 16 Clote 28 i 32 ^i 6 26 . Peoples Gas L*C 35*g 1 D»»,Y*I r.«^« -ft. A P Sales In Hdl. High - »* 1 10-", 10214 102 Flmtkote-le- 5* "* - 3 - 9 -* 39 Food Machinery 1.60e 2 Foster Wheeler tFojter Wheeler i 4% 4% IFreeport Sulph 132 15 3"* 46 li 1% ?,% 121. 214 16 Younpstowr. ; Am sti Fdrs u g fMicible, Sears Roebuck, | Am Sugar Rof Hg Jtft, • l '™y TT c fvnsnm Krrss i Alrl hu mat Tnb 1 MB Carbide, U.S.Gjpsum, *>ross, Am Tc , & Tel Morris, Great Aorthern.Um Tnhacro s Eastman Kodak, J. Am Tnb K 5 Chemical. 15 11 1 23 13 13 Vi 32 >4 6 12 6 8 37>i 142 2114 13 \i 13 Ij 12 2116 ot a 39 33 6 12 6 S 37! 142 2m nilin 12 iBHj i60H lenii 5 6SS eSH 68U Am T> ff declines were shown iprj Am \ Voo i e rt otors. Chrj'sler, Santa Fe, Am Zinr L . . General Electric An- S, Kennecott, American Tele- Western Union, Consolidat- TTCaLW T5.,UU«,- r\rt,ltrlal & s , U S. Rubber, BoetoE and Texas jglas Cor- •r wage expe ctations cloud- iteels, although near-ca- ed in most K unable to fact this , itions were being main- centers. Motors ;et ahead despite c's output of new 5 was only slightly under that of Bondflet'with jtocks. dollar jjs of Australia and Japan weak- Some staples such as tin, r zinc and silk shot up sub- mtiaily in the forenoon but back: away at the last Wheat at sara was unchanged to off U Tcent a bushel and corn down I to up as inych. Cotton receded b to 55 cents a bale. fimone curb stocks in arrears kctfons to more than 3 points m Colts Patent Fire Anns. Vene- tSm Petroleum, Bell Aircraft, table Oil, American Cyanamid V Lake Shore and Phoenix Se- arities. Trades here approximated ji.000 shares versus 179,000 yes- I Anaconda 2e Andes Conner le A P W Paper Armour Del pf 7 Arm 111 Arm 111 pr pf Armstrong Cork 148 Artloom Corp 14s Assd Drv Goods Atch T i s F le Atch T * s F pf 5 All Coast Line All Refining 1 Atlas Corp lie Atlas Tark .15£ Aviation Corp 69 "A 514 6 23 914 13 11 63 11 12 79 Li- 30 4V 9 5314 1 29 1 5 5 fi'i 78 30* 7 21 63 I?* Bait Loco ct Bait & Ohio Asnh Bros Pt. Vkat Btocki BU Fridaj 1 Thureday Barber Barker „,. Ba.-nsdali Oil .15g Bath Ir Wks \e Bavuk Cigar >vg Beatrice Cream la Beldinc-Hem .SO Bendix Avlat Ig Benef Ind Ln l.SSe Beth Steel Hig Beth Steel pf 7 Bicelow-Sanf Ig Black & Decker la Blnw-Kaox *4e Boeing Airplane Bonn Al & Brass lig Borden Co ,30g Bore-Warnrr .40g Bridgeport Braas «4e Briggs Mfg 21ie Tr Gat 44 732 113 889 £30 ImdaM PrfM ArerarM ladut Rails I HI 1)1.6 D.E D.6 R.8 15.4 33.0 57.4 "- M.8 71.7 63.9 Bklvn-Man Bklvn Un Brunswick-Balke Vis Burvrus-Erie .15g Budd Mfg tBudd Mfg pf Budd Wheel .20g 601 Bullard "Co 2e 61)9! Burling Mills 1 140! Burr Add Mach .ISg 809: Butler Bros .15g 41 Butte Cop & Zinc Byen A M Co 294 Callahan Z-Lead Calumet A- Hec le 20 4 S4 B 59 13 9 21 54 S *t 2 38 4 64 5 10 48 5 12 13 19 24 19 5 6 9 28 3.30 19 1 19 1 3 C 5 13 614 68 5 5 6J4 22 Vk SVi lli S s !» 29 5 5H 19V 62 Vi 13H 21S 6S 6>i 3T, 14 H 31, 4H ?S 6S S 5 6V 5V. 22 V« 9V» IS 111 4Vi 51 29 5 19V 62 Vi 13V 21S 6S 6V 14 3'4 331, 19S 78 18 8 15 30 194 18V 104 20V. 5', 6S 20S 27H 22 V, 73 33 19V BV 71, 20S 51 19% - 754 1234 1234 24V 24V 7% 144 294 19 17V 10 9V 3V 53 64 74^ 513 16.0 17.2 19.0 17.7 15.4 20.5 13.0 33.6 35.1 39.3 35.5 33.0 40.6 30.9 1938-39 1932-37 1927-2S 54.7 75.3 157.7 33.7 16.9 16.8 Jan lean Averacei Hltfe Low CI»x> - _ mt7120.74 117.57 117.66 t3.44 (tils' SMS 27.47 26.53 26.54 tl.fl--' iftils JIM M.S5 16.64 16.R5 10.4.1 tody 40n 40.94 39.82 39.K5 tl.21 IJooito IRKhennde nllmdi I occondrinilc railroads 3Pubte- '"""""• ... .,,Campbell Wyant -35g 2 %« Can Dn- G Ale .60 9 ??•?.: Canad Pacific 15 5i-Hi Cannon Mills 2 3 JS'., Case JI Co > 5 J?7,!caterpll Tractor 2 4 ;?•;. Celanese Corp Hie 12 «•?, C«rro de Pas Ig 15 - Certain-teed Prod 7 Choker Cab 3 Che* A Ohio 3a 20 dies Corp 4 Ch! Mail Or 14e 3 Chi Pneu Tool 17 „ Chi Rk Is & Pac 1 _^et C R I & Pac 6r* pf 2 Cbci. »chile Cop '-S .20 Chrj'sler Corp lV4p_ 35 55: IS IVi 6Vk 11S 12V> J 14 4*4* 24'4 29* 13 401* 19% 314 51 SS 4% 43 434 18 7S 144 29V. 19 17V 10 194 5V 12 «i 20V 84 S 51 5S 2«4 16V 4S 6 11 "4 US 3H 37 43 434 104 3V S3 2V 6V 10 Citv Ire A Fuel 1.20 '5 1 11 City Stores 1 ' 89.R2 10.51 i Clv Graph Br 94.K3 t0.2fi; Climax Molvb 1.20a 4S.5K «1.29 Coi-a-Cola - 10S.R9 -"n.37 107.20 10.n traiuactau in rtocks uiwd In averages: Today Thursday Tuesday 105JOO 75.200 66.600 49.600 58.000 sf.gnn 29,800 163.600 Coca-Cola A 3 Stta enond Loan Co',pate-Palm-P 4a Collins & Aik 2Vc Colum Bd'cast .45g Colum G A El .10g 58.400! Colum Pict 36.60" • Colum Bnrbon 1« 24.WXI, Coml Credit 3 119,600 Coml Invest Tr 4 Cnml Solvents le Comwlth A South Com A South pf 3 1 8 15 9S 9 1 13 « R Comwpalth Edis 1.80 30 Congolcum Nairn 1 3 „ *j l cons £.aisnn Pf 5 P^>d icons Laundries WASHINGTON, TWIJ borrowed "we money to industrial j Consoi on Hg 1 companies making per- Cnnsojn coal MO other consumer loans « Jar than ever before. rt B Ll OMs totaled 5535,800,000 »«pajments 5504,700,000. At year, loans still 32 H 2814 27 \ 95 61 1114 29H 19Vi 4 5 77 2914 'I* «8 2S^ 1714 24 "4 13H 6 21 Vi 106V 234 63V 104 32V 2R 26H 934 61 28* 77* 29 354 4914 28V 23 12% =?* 39 Ji 6\ 10 Vi Vk 23 V> 634 10'i 2Vi 3214 2K 83 Vi 61 1114 1814 4* 77 29 Vi 35 4 8* 49Vi 2814 17 23 1244 6 21 $287,700,000, or more than at of the year. lepartment, after . noted that total was about larger than in 1929, *7,000,000 more than yperShipping 'Ugh Mark »m in,? 9 ' 736 tons > an increase peak of 112,in December, itute reported to- copper dropped Jan 'Jary to 116,- ose of the month. c °PPer were off .combined with Ihe gtocks tons s , 1 1M.1S 1ITU8 30:(.3« 3 1M.9 1W.5 Container Corp %g Cont Bak A Cnnt Can 2e Cont Diam Fib 1 Cont Ins 1.60a Cnnt Mntnrs Cont Oil Del 1 Cnppenvcld Stl .80 Corn Products 3 3 10 5 119 12 2 10 Coty Inr l^e 11 Crane Co .SO* 19 Crnsipy Corp 3 Crown Cnrk A S He 7 Crown Zcllcrbach Vig 10 tCrown Zeller pf 5 .10 Crucible Steel 2S Cuban-Am Sugar 1 Cudahy Pack 3 Cuneo Press 1V4 2 Curtis Publlshg 3 Curtis Pub pf %k 1 Curtis Pub pr pf 3 4 Curtiss-Wright Vie 167 Curtl»s-Wr A 2 8 Cutler-Hammer IVie 1 ! D "iDcere & Co IVje 8 »*IH*"-' • reD - 14—(UP)— Deere & Cn pf 1.40 2 *ftiBfflents by domestic pro- Del * Hudsnn 2 - '.leian a1l_tiw. A i.:_i. J..L: 4 1061J 10SV 106V 4 2S 2S 2K 24 5H 5S 5V 3 13 Del Lack & West Den & Rio G W p! Detroit Edison 2g tDevoeiRov A 4g Diamonrt Match Vg 3 13V SVi 37 35V 3H 18 144 45V4 4V4 164 514 23V 39V 3V 144 224 14 44V 34V4 8 2fi'i IS 27V 104 2V 3 13 '% 36 7% 3S>4 17V4 14Vi 44% 16 ^ 7V 3514 17'4 14Vi 44 H 16 5 ?2S 12H fc" 14 JS. 1V4 4414 32% 7Vi 2S14 IS 274 -^ 07 8 14V 134 13 .10 120 120 120 3 33V 334 33 IS 50% 6H 3% 414 IS .50 128 120 32'i 20 35% .. .10 131 li 131V4 131 98 42% 4114 41 41 Vi Gabril Co A 2 Gen Am Tram 3e 3 Gen Baking ..60 7 Geq Bronze 5 Gen Cable 2 Gen Cigar 1 i tGen Cigar pf 7 Gen Elec l.SSe Gen Foods 2 tGen Mills 5"* pf 5 Gen Motors %g Gen Out Advert Gen Out Advert A 2k 5 Gen Ry Signal V«e S 12% Gen Real A Utii 1 £ Gen Refract 114e 8 24 Gen Thra Eq .85e 10 1214 Gon T A Rub Vig 7 UVi Gillette Sat H (OD) 8 3% jlmbel Brns 16 5Vi Glldden Co le 5 isit lobel (Adolf) 4 2 Uoebel Brew .20 2 21i loodrich (BFi Vie 13 12% Goodyear Ti-R 1'ie 16 16H "roth Silk Hosier>' 2 IVi Graham-Paige Mot 56 it Granby Con Min .15g 2 5 Grant (WT) 1.40 7 32% Gt Nor Ir Ore ct l%e 3 1374 S. 1 S£" ln ,.5.5'J>l **« "5 SH 6% 314 & 128 40 12 t West Sug" 2 Greyhound Corp la Guantan Sugar Gulf Mob £ Oh 1 2S "«: 11 •Jarb-Walker "ig iaj'es Mfg Seeker Prod .60 -j Hercules Motor le 1 Holland Furn 2a 1 Somestake Min 4V4 12 ioud-Herehey A 2Vi 1 ioud-Hershey B IVie 4 iouston Oil 11 Jowe Sound 3a 2 Hudson & Man 1 lud Bay MAS h2e 5 Hudson Motor 10 20% 11 Vk 1H 914 2m 2V 1214 11 3V S'.i 13 IV 2Vn 11 V 16V, IV 4V 32 20H 11 21 iii 12V 2614 40 12 23 : 12 Vt 11 3 5 13 1 is i 4V 3^' 13 22 20 11 IV 9 21 36 11 Vi 30V 3% 3V4 26 6V 13V 3 24 5 101 4 R1H 24 lOVj 64 S'i 2 14 :llinoif Central II Central pf ndust Ravon 2 nger-Rand IVjg nland Steel 4 nsplrat Copper Vie nterlake Iron 'nt Bus Machines 6a nt Har\-estcr 1.60 16 nt Hydro Elec A 9 nt Mer Marine 26 Int Mining .40e 9 nt Nick Can 2 62 nt Paper A Pow 90 nt Pan A Pow pf 5 17 nt Sliver 3 :nt Tel A Tel 18 nterst Dept Stri .15g 1 J Jexvel Tea 2.40 2 'ohns-Manville 2%e 4 __ Johns-Man\-ille pf 7 .50 127 K *ennecott Cop 2%e 47 Cresge (S Si 1.20a 11 Cresi (S Hi 1.60 222 Kroger Grocery 3* 14 L imbert Co %E 2 * P.ub A- Tire %g 7 ;high Port C lli 4 ih Val RR 1 ihman Corp 1 5 Llb-O-F Glass 3He 6 Llbby McN A L Vie 174 .lEgett My B 4a 2 ,lma Locomotive 4 Lion Oil Ref 1 6 .tquid Carbonic la 8 Lockheed Airc IHe v's Inc 2a Loew's Inc pf 6V4 Inc "ie ; Star Cem 3a ic-WII Biscuit Vi ^ouisv A Nash 2r 4 64 lUisv G&E A IVi 28 IS 13'4 Z1V 99 79 9V 12W 26 43" 36 11' 3V. 30% 16 3V> 6U 1.1% 24 99 79 9% 26 32 4814 12 59 26V4 6H 40 Vj 56-4 i* 1$ 1214 •£> 22 174 21 3514 6T4 90 24 1014 15 22% 31% 1464 1464 46 >4 1% JH 57% 25-4 6Vi 4014 55 127 1% 24 H 12Vi L'l •Jl lit 20% 35 6V4 90 23 9% 14% -"0% 30% - - . _ 1 10SS 108S 57 15V 1414 11 3«V 14 46 1% 3 : 23 Vj 11 57% 25 Vi 2 6V 4014 55 127 31 22 24?, 31 r 20% 35 Vi 6Vi 90 23 10 15 20% 3Q Vi lack Trucks IVie lacy (R H) 2 M 17 tacma Copper 2V4e 1 Midi ." Marine Midi .30g larshall Field .40 tartin G L Co 2t lartin Parry latonite Corp 1 lathlecon Alk 1V4 laytag Co .15e dcCrory Stores la IcGraw Elec la Iclntyre Pore h2.22a [cKess A Rob IcKeii A Rob pt IcLellan Strs .40g Ic-ta Machine Vjg er .45e 2 2 1 5 3 3 20 S 4 2 Copper .45e 4 lid-CorS P« .SOe 5 lldland Stl Prod Vig 3 Minn-Moline 1 Corp Ve 2 lo-Kan-Texas pf 2 lohawk Carpet IVe 1 lonsanto Chem 3e 10 ontgom Ward Vig 22 llami ,. 3.4 3V 14 22 14 44 vi 3JV 7V 25V 38 Dome Mines h2 18 1 K 1 108 108 .90 144 14 2 274 27 * 5 27% 9% 2% * 108 14 27 22 144 14014 Eastern Aid L Eastman Kodak El Auto-Lite 3 Eler Boat .SOe Ei Power & Lt El Pow & Lt S6 pf .30e 2 251 13 26V 26Vi 2B14 5 1294 126 126 11 28 27 27 63 13J4 124 14 34 3V 124 3V 25 lotor Products le :otor \Vheel 1.60 ulllns Mfg B [urray Corp Vie ash-Kelvlnator vash Chat A St IE at Acme le at Aviation %e at Biscuit 1.60 at Cash Reg 1 at Dairy Pr .80 at Dept Stores at Dittiller* 2 at Gypsum .40e at Lead Via Pow A Lt .60 atl Steel 3 at Supply at Tea atomas Co la ehi Corp Ha Newmont Min 3 2 20 N 27 .50 10 6 12 6 11 11 16 27 14e 26V 24 ~4S 14V 24V 84 25V 26 24 144 22V 31 3«i 24 H RV 30V 74 13% 33 3V 94 14 134 784 35V 94 16 17* 18 ts'% 1714 12% 13 5'4 20V4 15'i 6H 57% 4% 9S 8% 25% 14 61 1774 |H 14^ 254 25V 24 13% 22 vt 31 34 244 6V 3(1 74 134 30V 3V 94 14 134 77 35% 9 154 3% 5:4 14Vi ST 14 61 1714 25 23 Vi 4S 14 23 25V 24 13% 224 31 34 244 6V 30 r4 134 30V 3V 94 .14 134 77 354 94 154 3% 5)4 44 144 17 12 S 13 5 20 6% 1514 614 5614 5 4tt 9S 4$ Chi & St L pf 16 N Y S ^ Northern Pacific 1. Ohio Oil .45e Oliver Farm Eq 4g OmnlbuJ Corp 1.20 Otli Elevator .20e nt!« Steel Owens-Ill Clan 4g 34 10 1 8 9 13 11 Pac Ga» & Elect 2 2| Pac Lighting 3 3 Packard Motor 47 Pan Am Airways 27 pa?am Plctures y .20g 130 Park Utah Con M .10e 1 SSI FS'. I 27V 26^ Isv 614 7 14 9V 15% 8 43V 26V 37 3 13V 10% 1% 'I 25 »j S* 5V 6H 14 9 154 74 42V 25V 36% 2V 12% 10 1% 17 12% 13 S 20 6V 15V 6V 564 33 8% 25 M i SV 6T4 14 9 154 74 43 2V 12% 10 IS * * * 155 & iv, feKif-'''^™"'? : ««(it .« et Penditun's sr, 7si- ^If^^S tierce, Cotton Market Exclusive ««p nWI ° asssss of?lci.l .Ur,«Urd of the UrUted SUte«. New Orleju,, mid- dllnK 10.03. Staple, based on March futures. Strict middling; inch 60 poinU on; 1 1/32 Inches 80 pointe on; 1 1/16 inches 115 point, on; 1% inches 215 points on. Demand fair. NEW YORK . NEW YORK, Feb. 14— (AP)— Cotton futures dropped 7 to 11 points today under domestic and foreign .ellin* insp.red by bearuh news from New York, Washington and IJverpooI. Petrol Corp .70e Pffiffer Brew 1 Phelps Dodge 'ig Phllco Corp %e Phillo Morrii 3 Phillips Pet 2 Pitt Scr & Bolt .45e 9 tPitt steel pr pf .10 Plymouth Oil 1.30e Poor & Co B Pressed Steel Car Procter & Gam 2 Pub Scv NJ 2.40 Pullman 1 Pure Oil 'ie Purity Bak lig 9 6 24 12 17 21 74 xd2 R Radio C of Am .20g 103 11 3614 I* 15 6>4 9* 5314 28 23H Low 39)4 6 7 2714 11 73 36 14* 9H done 3914 6 •-'IH 11 73 36 5 : 61 14* iH 2214 10 Vi 2214 10 K Radio rv pf 31i 4 59" 58 Radio-Keith-Orph 12 31i 3' Raybesto-Man IVie 1 ISVi 1814 Rayonier Inc 4 13% 13 Reading Co 1 4 12% 12% Reming Rand .20g 4 8% jjVa Reo Motors ct 611 Repub Steel .40e 121 17% 16% Revere Copper 4 Br 6 8% 814 Revnolds Metals .SOe 2 10% 10'4 Reynolds Tob B Vig 14 32% 32 Richfield Oil lie 15 7% 7Vi Roar Ant Cop .63* 1 4'. 4ft _ S Safewav Stores 3a ' 6 39V4 39 tSafe St 5To pf 5 3.30 1111* 110 St Joseph Lead <ig 3 34S 34'i St L-San Fran pf 1 % H Schenley Distill 13 9% 9 Seaboard Air Line 6 U A Seaboard Oil 1 2 131* 13 Sears Roebuck 3a 21 7014 68% Serve! Inc 1 27 9 7 » 9% Sharon Stl Corp "4e 5 lUi 11 Shattuck (FGl .40 1 4% 4% Shell Union Oil %e 12 11 10T, Silver K Coalit .40 2 4Vi 4% Simmons Co 2* 6 18 17 Skelly Oil IVie 4 19% 19V4 smith AO Corp lie 3 16Vi 1514 Snider Pack 1 2 14 »i 14* Socony-Vacuum lig 53 So P Rico Sug 1 1 _ . Sou Cal Edison Ilia _5 251, SH 3!i 18 li 13 12* 17 814 32 Ik 7* 4% 39 110 34 li Southern Pacific Southern Ry Southern Ry pf sparks Wlthlngton iperry Corp Spicer Mfg %g Spiegel Inc .15g Square D Co 2.80e "itand Brands .40a ltd G i E 54 pf Itand Oil Cal 1 Stand Oil Ind 1 Stand Oil N J la .teriing Prod 3.80 Stewart-Warn 4e itcne A Webster lie Itudebaker Corp sun OH la Sunshine Mng 1.60 iuoerior Oil .10e Swift ACo 1.20a fenn Corp Ug Texas & Pacific Ry 59 26 50 2 21 2 13 2 19 8 20 24 59 6 15 29 3 6 U t 8 4 45 Texas Corp 'J Texas Gulf Prod .20e 6 Texas Gulf Sulph 2a 8 ~ex Pac C A O .40 10 >x Pac L Trust .10e 2 Thermold Co 4 ""hompson Prod *4g 3 -"hompson-Starrett 5 Tide Wat A Oil .60 13 IS 18% 8V 35K 3H 9S Tid; Wat A O pf 4V4 2 9SVt •imken-Det Axle 3'ie 24 29% 'Imken Roll B lig 2 43 Transamerica li 27 4 H 14H Vans & West Air Tri-Cont Corp ^ruax-Traer C lit Twent C-Fox F as 2H 1SV4 2514 33 58V 6V 614 614 54V 8Vi 1V4 22V Iv 35 2H 35 SVi 3H 28H 914 98 2SV 42H 13* 68V 9V 11 4V 11 4V 17 19 Vi 15 Vi 14V sv 16 Vi 25 Vi 8V 1114 1914 IS 32V 32 •P 2V 18Vi 2STt 33 V4 5SV 6T. 614 614 35 XR— K^W"":"^; •• tmtav cAtr« or extra!, b—Intladlni extra or extrai. e—DC. _."»•*«« p ^ <l •» '" «Wi year, f- Pvable In ilock. t—Paid Ihli year: »o regular rate. h-=C«»h or itc^J. fcif AceumolatM dlv. paid thl. year. «— Under r.lei. ww—with warnuta. Sale* In Hdi. Hl«h Low Clot* 3 5Vj S'i 5V 2 138 13714 13714 .50 113V 113V 113V 9V4 98 •J8V 42H 4H 414 17 1 6 9 18 9 23 7 4 3 1 46 5 IV 19 84 7.1 S 59V, Twent C-Fox F pf 14 2 Underwood-Ell 214e 12 . T n<«n Bag & P le 33 Jn'on Carbide Hg ,'nion Oil Cal 1 'nlon Pacific 6 ,'nlon Tank Car United Air Linei Tnited Aircraft 3Vie 27 'ni:ed Biscuit 1 2 United Carbon 3 1 Umt-.il rr.i;i 25 Jnited Drug S 'nlted Fruit 4 U Jnited Gas Imp .80 100 I S Gypsum 2a S S Indus Alco ! S Leather r S Leather A r S Pipe & Fdry 2 ! S Plywood 1.20 r S Real & Imp r S Rubber ' 5 Rubber 1 pf 8 ' S Sm RAM pf 3V> 1 ! S Steel Ig 210 S Steel pf 7 S Tobacco 1.96e nited Stores A 21 Univ Pictures 1 pf 1.60 141 anadlum Corp IVie 12 k-k Chem 2a 1 W .'abash pf A 5 V.ilgre-n Cc 1.60 Valker (H) GftW h4 Valworth Cn Vard Baking pf Earner Bros Pict barren Bros 'aukesha Motor 1 Vesson O & S Hi >*e*t Auto Sup 2 Vest Maryland Vest Union Tel le Vesting Air Br >4g Vest El & Mfg lg Wlweling Steel .Tllte Motor 'hit? Rk M Sp Vilcox Oil It Gas .10e 2 'ilson & Co 25 l»ool«onh FW 2.40 25 •orthlngton P A M 8 A'rtght Aero 4e .10 ^rigVey W Jr 3a 2 T ellow Tr * C IHt 22 oung Spg i W 4 oungttSh ATlVie 40 Z enlth Radio It 7 onite Product* 3 30H 10«t 63V 13'4 7714 27 48 30 9V 60 13 Vi it* 60 1314 12H 43 4 U 61 22 Vi 3H 6>4 2SH 21H 1'i 17T4 81 73S 56* 13 34S 12H 48 lli 61 8 60 22 Vj 3S 61 28 »L 21", IV 17 H 81 73H 561, Aero Supply B Alum Co Am Alum Co Am pf Am Centrifugal Am Cyan B Am Gas & El Am Gen Am Light * Tr Am Maracalbo Am Superpow Ark Nat Gai Ark Nat Gas A Aiso G A El A All Cst Line Co Auburb Cen Mfg Aviation A Tran Baldwin Loco war Barium Sta Stl Bell Airc Bellanca Airc Berk A Gay Furn Bliss E W Blue Ridge Bridgept Mach Bunk Hill A S Can Marconi Carib Syn Carrier Corp Catalin Am Cen st El Cities Service Cities Service pf Colum U A E pt Colum O A G Cons G A E Bal Cons Stl Corp Cont Roll A Stl Coiden Petro Creole Pet Crocker Wh El M Trown Drug Sagle Pich Ld ' Z\ Bond A Sh El Bond A Sh pf El Bo A Sh SS pt Equity Corp Fairchlld Av Ford M Can A Ford Motor Ltd Gen T A R pf A Gler Aid Coal Gt Atl A F nv Gulf Oil Hecla Min Humble Oil Imp Oil Ltd Ins Co N Am Int Pap A Pow war Int Petrol Jones A Lau SU Kingston Prod Lake Shore M Lehigh C A N Lone Star Gai Louis L & E Mesabl Iron Midi Stl n-cum Molybdenum Mt City Cop Mount Prod Nat Bellas Hen Nat Fuel G Nat Rub Mch Nat Sug Ret Nat Tun A Mlnec N J Zinc NY Shlpbd fd ih Niag Hud Pow Niplsslng Mna Nor Am Lt A Pow Pac GiE 6 pf Pac PAL 71 pf Pantepec OUiVei Pennroad 32 27 3 o 10 3 34 1.20 14 3214 29H 14 31 29 13 17 25 2 5 16 1 37 .40 1 9 lli isft 314 3% 5H 30 li 18ft 3V4 3H 19 li a Buying Steins Wheat Drop CHICAGO, Wheat futures Feb. 14— (AP)— purchases associated with flour business and with covering of previous "short" sales helped to stem the price decline today. Taking a cue from further weakness of securities, prices dipped ii-'/i cent at the opening but then rallied stocks pushed immediately recovered New York Bonds New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK. Feb. 14— (AP)—Bon market prices today underwent the seve est hammering since last fall as trade and investors viewed with increasin alarm happenings in other parts of t world likely to have a direct bearin uoon United States economy. Losses ranged from 1 to 3 points amon active rails. Industrials and utilities an JO to 5 among inactive foreign issues High-priced domestic loans generally acte< with more restraint but here too declin predominated. The Associated Press average of 2 rail bonds dropped .9 of a point to 60. a new 1941 low. and 10 utilities used .. e w-w ....*..» the compilation averaged .3 of a poi and, when' low * r a ' 99.2. likewise a new bottom th upward for net gains of 54 55 6514 6 13H r Vi | 3 J* 93 4S 19 Vi u* 13 61V 5614 65 Vi 514 6V sv 314 60 Vi 5614 H-Vi cent at times. The close was unchanged to Vi lower compared with yesterday, May 79Vi-*», July Morn finished '/4 off to % up, May 60'/>, July 60%; oats unchanged to Vi down; soybeans 1H-134 lower, rye '/4-H higher and lardj 15 to 18 lower. Southwestern reports indicated a leading, baking concern took up to 100,000 barrels of flour from Texas and Oklahoma mills for March- April shipment and there were reports of other business although no accurate Information was avail- temporarily, -f- otal , a|es amounted to J7.774.goo. pa value, compared with .56.637.700 yesterda Among losera of 1 to 3 points or mo were Erie 5s at 16%. International Tel ohone 5s at 37. Delaware and Hudson 4 at 46%. American and Foreign Pow 5f at 531*. Pittsburgh and West Virgin 4ks at 53-X. Studebaker 6s at 10014 an Southern Railway 4s at 57. U. S. governments were slightly mo active than yesterday and ended down 2/3 .of a point to 1.8 points. Obligations of world powers directly i • .? ews ' rom abroad gave way hurried in the foreign dollar department. Thes included Japan 514s and 614s. New Soutt Wales 5s. Australian 414s and Wurttem burg Electric 7«. able. Exporters reported the United l li ot !£ IS 4 9ti 9Ti 9'. _ IVi IH IH 10 105 105 105 10 8* SVi «Vi ' 100 100 31 1.50 101 8 U 55% 3 — .50 Yen 8 120 119S 119 2 29V 2914 29Vi 11 139 13S 27V 42H » 42Vi 26 42V, 1 1 20 i 2 2 6 19 10 10 10 33 4 i is" 17 25 3 19V 20V 93 2614 13V 5% IV 4% 304 18V 91 71 13V 134 26 44 17 24% 2H 184 19V S9V 264 30V 91 70 13 9V 31V 13 20s 26 44 14V 2V 15* 17 90 264 12% 5V IV. 4% 30V 1* 31V SALES STATISTICS ctlve itocki K4.100 nacHvei »,»* out today »33,74 rerioui day MI,*4i rtk aco 341,100 ear MO M4.120 no yean aio M2.B10 1 to data 18.1I3.MI ear aio 13.8«2,«4< years aio 33,«8>,7a8 Sugar Quotations NEW YORK. Feb. 14— (AP)—Domeltlc war futures were steady today and flna rices were unchanged to 1 point higher T turnover of 9.900 tons. The world list wavered in the last hour hen March liquidation Increased. Final ices were 1 point lower to 4 higher on les of 10.250 tons: March .678. May IB. A total of 574 notices will be sued agalnit the March delivery Mon v. more than anticipated. In the raw market duty freei and tibans were offered it 3.00 to 3.05 cent! pound. Buyers were interested at 2.97 T near-bv delivery. Refined locally staved at 4.45 eenti _ und. In the South. reflneri railed eir prlre to 4.45 but offered to take isine.w on a day-to-day basis at 4.30 up February 28. No. 3 close: Mireh 2.04B: Mav 2.08B: Iv 2.13B: September 2.17B; November 19B: January 2.18B: B-Bid. Silver Market NEW YORK* Feb. 14—(AP)—Bar (Furnished By E. F. Button ft Co.) 0 i- . (Furnished By E. . uon . LottOn T UtUrCS (Member of New York Cotton Exchange) January March May July , October December New York Open High Low Close 9.58 958 958 9.58 10.29 10.31 10.24 10.24 10.28 10.29 10.21 10.21 10.14 10.15 10.06 10.06 9.67 9.68 959 9.5B 9.64 9.65 957 9.57 New Orlewif Open Cloie 9.33 9.27 10.33 10.28 10.30 10.24 10.17 10.11 9.71 9.64 9.67 9.60 Liverpo in Pent Open Cl 8.27 8.28 8.28 8.22 8.19 8.24 8.32 8.33 8.34 8.29 8*5 ww 8 jj. ver remained iteady and unchanged* here ) today at 34%. LONDON LONDON. Feb. 14—(API— Bar silver 2314d. off A. (Equivalent 42.16 cents). —o— • — Foreign Exchange NEW YORK. Feb. 14-(AP)-The Hong kong dollar rose .07 ot a cent to the high for the year today ai far eastern holders of United States dollar liquidated caoital in fear of interruption of communications between the United Statei and the orient. The Shanghai dollar improved .02 of a ™J l - , The Free Argentine pe«o wai down .03 of a cent. Closing rates follow (Great Britain In dollars, others In cental: Canada—Official Canadian control board rates for U. S. dollars: buying 10 per cent premium, selling 11 per cent premium, equivalent t/, discount? on Canadian dollars in New York of buying 9.91 per cent, telling 9 09 per cent. Canadian dollar in New York open market 16% per cent discount or 83.3714 U. S. cents? Europe-Great Britain, official (banker! foreign exchange committee ratei), buy- cables S4'.03; Germany '40.07N 1 ; (benevo- llun^-^lk^rftai^os^or^ai 4 23°24: ttvia^N S "'™ & Lat '.?i A - m « I i<*—Argentine official 29.77: unl "« otherwise Pioneer Gold Pitney Bowei Pltn PI Gl Potrero Sugar Pratt A Lara Republic Avla Rvan Aero St Reels Pip Seiberling Rub Shat Denn Sherwin Wmi Singer Mfg So Penn Oil St Oil Ky St Oil Ohio pj St Pow A Lt Sunrav Oil Technicolor Todd Shloyardi Tubize Chat Unit Gas Unit Lt A Pow A U S Foil B Univ Pict Utah PAL of Vultee Airc Waco Airc Walker Min Weit Va C A C Weit Air Exp Woolworth Ltd , Wright Hut 9 14 5 2 3 13 6 10 4 1 3.50 51 3 17 5 .10 9 3 2 1.50 15 17 U 6% 67 1% 9Vi 29% IV. 12% 7 3 5% V4 UVi 254 65% 23 33V1 8614 3 2*> IVi «u SOJj 6?^ 26 li lli 12 li 214 9* 414 31 5T4 54 S 614 "Is 9V 27 IV, 12V 2V 9V 4V 6'i 3T. 5 "4 11* «S 2T4 414 8 8 2H 2% -- 1* 2°>i Kingdom took about 112,000 bushels of Canadian wheat the past few days to fill cargo space on shipments from Atlantic ports. Although prices have declined about 10 cents a bushel from the January peak and now are below or only slightly above basic loan rates at most principal markets, there was no evidence of any distressed selling in the country, traders said. Due to the light trader corn price changes were insignificant. Dry corn brought W cent more in the spot market but shipping business and country bookings were small. Oats and rye trade was quiet although short covering strengthened the latter. Liquidation and stop-loss selling upset lard. Traders attributed part of the selling to dissatisfaction with the market's response to recent constructive developments. Range of prices on grain and provisions exchange follows: 861i 8614 2% 20V 3H S 73 314 IV 3H 7214 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by the Associated Press 20 10 10 10 „ . . Bm4I« Induit tTtll Net change D.9 Friday 60.3 Previous day 61.2 Month ago 63.3 Year ago 57.7 19jl high 62.2 1941 low 60 3 61.4 1940 high 1940 low 48.3 Induit D.I 104.6 104.7 104.9 102.4 105.3 104.6 105.9 98.9 D.3 99.2 99.5 101.2 96.5 101.3 99.2 100.7 90.3 F " D n 40. 41. 40. 51. •a. 38. 33. 35. 11 LOW YIELD BONDS Low yield 113.4 Prev. day 113. 114.0 Year ago 112. 114.5 1941 low 113. 114.6 1940 low 108. Month ago 1941 higE 1940 high Sale* In . . _ Jl.OOO High Adams Exp 4s 48 1 102H Aleghany cv 5s 44 17 9214 Low WHEAT: May July Sept. CORN: May July *&TS: May July Open .7914 .73'A-H .74)4 .60H-V .6014 .601, ,3514 .3214 High. Low Close .79V '.75* .61 .79 .79 4-V .73S. .7414-74 .744 .74H May July May July JO 125 125 135 1 38 38 38 4 18 V4 18 18 1 108 S 108H 10S% H 11 1.10 .so 17 \ 78 8 .1 »s 85 10 3 4V 414 4Vi 64 3V 4H 4Vi S* «K 3 a CURB DOMESTIC BONDS Salei la (l.OOO Hl(h Low Clone Ark P A L 5s 56 13 106H 1064 106V Al El 449 53 20 46V 46 46 Baldw L 6» 50 47 1124 109V 109V Cities Ser 51 50 33 82H SlVi 81V Qt S P A L S4s 49 62 904 90 90 Glen Alden Coal 4« 65 25 82 81V 82 inter! Pow _6. _52 2 39V 394 Inters Pow 5i 57 24 Nevada Cal E 5s S6 34 67 Vi 8914 674 90 Pen Cen_P*L 44i 77 1 1044 1044 1044 Scripoi SVil 43 Stand G A E 6s 51 Stand P A L «i 57 Starrett Ctrp 5i 50 Tex El S Si 60 Tex P A L 5s 56 Unit L A P 7« 75 Weit Newip Un ti 44 13 6 100% 10014 10014 60 77Vj 77 77 42 T7VS 78V4 76Vi 2 22 22 22 5 106V; 10614 10614 3 10714 107V4 107Vj 10 «7VS W M 65 84 Ct'KB FOREIGN BONDS Run 5H« 1921 1 A A Men May July .4314 .44 £ .45% 8.22 6.50 «.6S May ELLIES: .43V .44V .45 Vj 6.22 C.50 6.65 8.82 .60* .6014 .BOH .3514 .43 .4444 .45H 8.20 6.32 8.47 6.65 .6034 .60S .60 V» .3514 .31H .31% .91H-* .88 Vk .4314 .44* .45* 6.2O 6.32 6.47 6.65 U.15 MINNEArOUS MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 14— (AP)—Wheat recelpti today 73 can compared with 108 a vear ago. Trading bam: Unchanged. Quotations 14 cent lower. Cash: No. 1 heavy northern^ 8214; dark northern No. 1. 81V4: No. Fancy No. 1 _ _ iota-South Dakota No."3 dark"hard "winter 78Vi-80V>: hard amber durum: 72Vi-77Vi: No. 1 red durum 71S-72H. Corn. No. 3 yellow 53V4-55H: trad- H 0+ If , U«l M ilUl LilCi II *tl>. 2. 804: No. 3, 784-794. hard Montana 854: Minne- ged: quot lite 324-. Ing basil unchanged: Oats. No. 3 white Barley. 39-56. Rv«. No. 2, 47V4-50V Flax. No. 1, 1.68Vi-1.73Vi. Sweet clover teed, 3.50-73. Range of pricei: WHEAT High May Julv September CORN May old luotationi unchanged. l " -33. 77 T4H Mav new OATS May Julv RYE May Julv FLAX Mav July September 55V 55H not* 794 774 744 554 55V 31V 39'i 41 li 314 294 41 Alleghany cv 5s 49 Am & For P 5s 2030 Am I G Chem SVi! Am Int Slis 49 Am TAT 5 • & T >nda Coi . Arm Del 4s 57 Arm Del 4s 55 A T i S F 4s 95 A C Line 1st 4s 52 B A O 95 st A B A O S W 50 st Be T Pa 5s 48 B Bell T Pa 5s 60C Beth Stl 3'is 65 Boston A Me 5s 67 Bkly Edls 3Vis 66 Can Nat 5s 69 Oct Can Nat Ry 4?4l 51 Can Nat Ry 4Vis 56 Can Nat Ry 414s 57 Can Nor 6Vis 46 Can Pac 4Vis 60 --.y J"?? -I" P?JT ) 80 ?i 53» ClOM . 102«l 9114 91V, 80 80 "" 52V 103 101 52 li Am I G Chem SVis 49 4 103Vi 103 '- "Vis 49 8101 101 -.-- ~-v i^ s 43 20 103Vi 103!i 10314 Am T A T 3 Vis 66 31 IDS 107»i 107'A Anaconda Cop 4Vis 50 6 104'A 104'4 104t '- *" 3 105% 105V4 105«i 10 10514 105 H 105V 21 10914 10914 109V 14 74-}i 7414 74 Vi 36 38 36k 36% 16 4414 44 44 1 112«t 112»4 112% 3 132 Vi 132 Vi 132 Va 1 104% 104% 104% 3 75 75 75 3 108% 108% 108% 6 94% 9414 9414 7 91?, 91Vi 91" 1 91%, 91% 91. 7 91 Vi 91 Vi 91 Vi 10 103% 103 103 12 65'i 65 6514 f.-- - ,--, 2 5414 5411 54" Cen N Y Pow 3%s 62 4 106% 106% 106* Cen Pac 5i 60 Certaln-td SVis 48 C A O 4V4s 92 C B A Q 4Vis 77 C B A 3 4s 58 Chic Gt West 4s 59 „_ C M S P A Pac 5s 75 96 Chi A NW cv 4%s 49 20 CRI A P 4Vi« 52A 4 8% Columbia G 5s 52 May 4 104V4 10414 104Vi Comwl Ed cv 3Vis 58 24 115 22 49" 47% 4' 6 87 87 87 2 MIS M19i 131H 18 75 73 73 42 8414 83V4 »3Vi 39 31% 30 30 " 6V(, 5% 5 Con Edls SVis 48 Consum Pow 3Vis 70 Cuba No Ry SVis 42 D A R G 4s 36 Duquesne Lt SVis 65 Gen Stl Cast 5Vis 49 17 Goodrich 4V4i 56 Gt Nor Ry SVi I 52 Hudson Coal 5s 62A 11 27 Hud A Man rfg 5s 57 36 45% III Cen 4%s 66 51 4014 Interlake Iron cv 4s 47 3 98 Int Hydro El cv 6s 44 4 47 ._ 114% ___ 16 105 104% 105 2 10914 10914 109V» 4 16% 16H 16* 22 7% 7% ~" 3 107V 107% 107». 264 45V 264 45 Va Int Pap 5s 47 Int T A T 5s SS K C Term 4s 60 Loews 3Vis 46 Loulsia A Ark 5l 69 M K Tex 5s 62A M K Tex aj Ss 67 M K Tex 4Vi» 78 M K Tex 1st 4s 90 M K Tex 4s 62B 47 47 10 1034 1034 1034 73 38 37 9 108 108 4 104 104 H g* §1% Mo Pac cv 54i Mo Pac 5s 77 49 Mo Pac gen 4s 75 Natl Steel 3s 65. NYC rfg 3l 2013 NYC 44s 2013A NYChlAStL SVis 74A 22 NYChlAStL 4Vi.l 78 68 37 108 104 84V 13 4 13 25 12" IV ^ 8 105 " 104H 104 1 * 30 63 62 6214 68 57Vi 56 56 68 56 Vi 674 544 54V Niagara Sh cv 54s 50 1 102% 102% 102% Nor Pac 41 97 _ 38 784 78_ 78 Nor Pac 3s 2047 4 42V 42% 42V 1.6714 1.67 1.58 1.58 Sit 1.67V1 1.S6 1.58 Western Wool Interest Holds Feb. 14— (AP)— The Bulletin -will say to- BOSTON, Commercial morrow: "Moderate business in wool is reported in the local market, chiefly in the finer foreign wools and medium pulled domestic descriptions at firm prices. "Interest has centered chiefly in the West where contracting of wool on the sheep's back has swelled the total now under contract to close to 50 million pounds. Prices have risen slightly and fine and half- blood wools of the better types are now costing close to a dollar clean landed Boston. 'Manufactuiers are looking for further government orders for cloth in the near future, although little is scheduled in the way of wool fabrics in the new $< 3,000000 appropriation bill, apparently. The mills, however, are congested with WINMPCO WINNIPEG. Feb. 14—(AP)—Wheat: High Low doie May 775, 77 77 Julv 7914 78% 78% Cash wheat. No. 1 hard 74%; No. 1 northern 74%: No. 2. 72V4; No. 3. 69!4r No. 3 white oat» 33%; No. 3. 31H. OMAHA OMAHA. Feb. 14—(AP>—Cash wheat No. 1 dark hard 77; sample hard, 73. Com. No. 3 yellow 5414: No. 3 white Sg. Data. No. 2 white 34V4. Rve and barley, none. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14— (AP)—Ca«h grain: Wheat No. 2 hard 85V4. Corn: No. 2 yellow 63VJ-64V4: No. 3, 6114-6314: No. 4. 58-62; No. 5. S5%-58Vi: No. S white 62: sample grade 54-55V4. Oats: No. 1 red heavy 37%: sample mixed 32: No. 4 red extra heavy 36: sample Trade red heavy 3214: No. 1 white heavy 38Vi-%: No. 1 white extra heavy 39; No. 2 white 3814: No. 3. 37-3714; sample grade Barlev: Milting Sfl-W nom: feed 45-55 nom: No. 2, 63. Coy beans: No. 2 yellow 95Vi-%; No. 3. 93%-94%: sample grade yellow Field seed per hundredwe! • • Pac G & E 3Vs 61 6 110V 1104 1104 Pen P * Lt 44s 74 23 108V 1084 1084 Pen RR gen 5s 68 2 115V 115V 115V Pen RR en 44s 60 7 121V 1214 1214 Penn RR gen 441 65 20 107% 107 107 Pen RR 44s deb 70 30 924 91% 91% Pen RR gen 4Vl 81 25 102V 102 102 Phelpl Dodge 3}4l 32 2 107 107 107 Phlla Co 5s 67 9 107Vt 10T 107 Rem Rand 4Vs 56ww 10 104Vt 104 104 Socony-Vac 3s 64 1 1054 1034 1054 IW-VL Sou Pac 44s 68 Sou Pac 44i 81 So Pac elt 4s 49 South Ry 64s 56 South Ry gen 61 56.. Studebaker cv 6s Un Pac 1st 4s 47 Unit Drug 5i 53 Utah P * L 5s 44 Warner Bros 6s 48 Weitern Un 5s 51 Wheel Stl 44s 66A WII«m * Co 4s 55 444 44V 44 SOV 75V 43% 43V 43 79 75 43% 43V 43 79 7514 45 4 101V 10014 100V 12 112% 1124 112% 9 85V 85 85 1 1044 1044 1044 2 94V 94V 94V 9 74V 74 74 5 105% 103% 105% T 1084 106J4 106VS Young S * T cv 4! 48 5 1024 102V 102% FOREIGN BONDS Argentine 4Vis 71 5 6714 Belgium 6s 55 1 5114 Brazil 8s 41 27 19 Canada 5s 52 4 98% Ger Gov 5VSs 85 11 8V4 Ger Gov 7s 49 t 12 Italy 7s 1951 5 44 Tokyo El Lt 6s 53 44 4314 674 514 1SV 98% 8V 12 44 42 674 514 13V 98% 8% 12 44 42 Earnings ___ ...... Timothy 4.00: ablke 9.50-12.00: fancy red too 7.50-8.00: red clover 8.00-10.00- weight .50-12.0 -V: a 874. nominal: NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Libbey- Oweni-Ford Glass company reported today for 1940 net earnings of $9.992.766, equal to S3.97 a ihare on the capital stock. This compared with 88,062,753, or S3.21 * share, in 1939. .. sweet clover 3.50-4.00. orders both military at the moment. "Foreign markets and civilian are hardly changed for the week, although ess active generally. "Mohair continues Ur . rather quiet TheBulletin will publish the following quotations: OhiTand' Pennsylvania fleeces: Delaine unwashed 43-44; H blood combing 44-45; % blood combing 44-45; % blood combing 43-44. Michigan and New York fleeces: Delaine 40-43; V4 blood combing 19-41 Wisconsin, Missouri and average ndiana and New England: H blood combing 39-40: c ° mbi "* ,3-44: >* blood combine 42-43; com- rion and brairl 41-42; Wack, burry, eedy cots 34-35. - months selected 107-110; f1ne'~short 12 months 1.0203- fine eieht months 93-95. Californiaf Northern 93-95; mid- Jle county 93-95: southern 92-94; afl scoured 90-95; carbonized fine S b 9 r 3 eeon: Fine and F. M. staple .03-1.05; fine F. M. clothing 90-92. M e o r nian I a' : and similar fine staple hoice 1.09-1.10: K Wood cornbinK 8-1.02; ?i blood combing 85-88, K jlood combing 81-83. Pulled: Scoured: .20; AA l- 15 - 1 - 18 ', 1 ^-!^. B'SU- inll 12- A supers 1.04-1.07, B su- a$S&f3-'&* 7-89; C supers (average) »b-BH. New Securities Offerings Slump NEW YORK, Feb. 14— (API- Weakness in the bond market this week threw a monkey wrench into the machinery for issuing new securities. Public offerings of new securities during the week fell to $15,098,750 compared with $84,748.125 the previous week. Poor's Publishing Company reported today. It was the first week this year that new offerings fell below the correspond- period a year ago. ince the first of the year, long- term treasury bonds have fallen off about four points, a bit more than they gained in the postelection rally. Attendant declines In high grade corporate issues have caused some institutional buyers to await developments, bankers said. This attitude has been strengthened by several recent issues selling below their offerings prices. . Cluett Peabody and company, shirt and collar makers of Troy, N. Y.. reported for 1940 net income of $2.773,849. equal to S3. i4 a common share, compared with S3.- 068,200, or S4.16 a share, in 1939. Lima Locomotive Works reported net profit for 1940 was 587,007. compared with net loss of $134,326 in the preceding year. The company reported it had booked orders for 51 locomotives In the year against 14 booked in 1939. Reynold! Spring company reported lor » quarter ende j j^,. a net profit of S249.272. after charges but before federal exceti profits taxes. This was equal to S6 cents a common share and compared with 5281.011. or 97 cents a share, in the comparable 1939 quarter. Net income ot Southern Natural Gas company in 1940 amounted to S1.892.77J. equal to 52.73 a common share, compared with.51,647.789. or 52.38 a share, in th preceding year. Western Union Telegraph company In a preliminary report placed 1940 net Incom at ?3,6Zt.SSl after federal Income taxes equal to S3.46 a share, compared with $1.380,114. or S1.32 a share, m 1939. General Steel Castings corporation and wholly owned subsidiaries reported ne profit for 1940 of Sl.106.196 after tedera income taxes, equal after annual dividend Hogs. Lambs Turn Firmer KANSAS CITY. Feb. 14— (USDA)— Hogs. 1.500: steady to_10 salable and higher than . total , Thursday average: top 7.S5 sparingly: good to choice 170-270 Ibs. 7.B580: 280-325 Ibs. 7.50-65: 140-160 Ibs. T.1550: BOWS 6.50-85, a few 7.00: stock pigs scarce. Cattle, salable 200. total 400: calves salable and total 100; killing classes ot cattle generaly steady in a cleanup trade; vealers and calves steady; stockers and feeders unchanged xvith a light to moderate carry-over in dealers pens: small lots and a few loads of shortfed steers 8.7510.25: medium to good fed heifers 9.50: odd lots fat_ cows 6.00-7.50: canners and cutters 4.00-5.75; good to choice vealers 10.50-12.00. Sheep— Salable and total 500: limited offering; slaughter lambs steady: no sheep offered: fed lambs 10.10; small lots trucked in native lambs downward from 10.00. LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 14—(Federal-State Market News Service)—Hogs salable 100; steady: medium to good 153-220 Ib. truck-' ins 8.50-75: good to 'choice to S.90; off weights down to 7.50; packing sows 6.5075-late Thursday three loads good to cnoica 20fi Ib. Nebraska hogs 8.90. Cattle salable 250: steers lacking; other classes steady; medium steers quoted to around 10.75; few heifers 9.00-75: good quoted 10.00 and above: cows 7.00-60; few good fed cows 8.50: canners and cutters 5.00-6.75; bulls 7.50-8.50: odd head 9.00. Calves salable 50; steady: odd vealers to 13.00: choice quoted around 14.00; few calves 11.00 down. Sheep salable none; good to choice woolen lambs quoted around 10.75; good wooled ewes to 6.75. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14— (USDA)— Salabler loes 10,000: total 12.500: active, strong to 10 higher than Thursday's average: Boots up more on 180-220 Ibs. average; top 8.20; bulk good and choice 180-240 IBs. 7.90-8.15, mostly 8.00: most 240-270 Ibs. butcher* 7.80-8.00; 270-330 ib. averages 7.60-90; eood packing sows 400 Ibs. down mostly 7.00-25. with 425-S50 Ib. kinds 6.75-7.00. Salable cattle 1,000; calves 300; general market fully steady, clearance good all classes and grades: several loads medium steers 9.10-10.50: 75 head nearby concentrate-grain fed 1.082 Ib. averages at insid* price: good grade light South Dakota fed steers 11.75 and better than average good 1.031 Ib. Illinois fed yearlings 12.85: latter price top for day: not enough heifers her* o make a market; odd lota 8.50-10.00: moderate runs cows 6.00 down on cutters with beef cows 6.50-7.50; supply well cleaned up; bulls 7.85 down, all weight* vanted: choice vealers up to 14.00: medium o good kinds continuing to bring 11.0013.00: stock cattle fully steady. Salable cheep 3.000; total 4,000: late Thursday fat Iambs closed mostly 15 higher: few loads good to choice handy veight fed westerns 10.50-60 to shippers: op 10.60 on load 87 Ibs.: bulk good to choice fed westerns 102 Ibs. down 10.40: medium to good 10.10-25: good to choice 105-110 Ibs. 10.15-30: best ewes 6.00: oday's trade, little done early on fat ambs: asking stronger or above 10.50 on. good to choice fed westerns: early bids around steady: package good native lambs old fully steady at 10.40: ewes firm, load good to choice led western ewes 6.00. WENVER DENVER. Feb. 14—(USDA)—Cattle: Salable and total 100; calves: salable and otal 50: generally steady but mostly lominal with activity on calves and vealrs: few common to medium cows 6.00.50: canners and cutters 5.00-5.75; bulls i.50-7.25: vealers 13.00 down; other class- s oractically absent. Hogs: Salable 200: total l.SOO; uneven- v steady to 10 higher, mostly steady to a shade higher than yesterday: heavy mtchers and sows not quotably improved; good and choice 1SO-270 Ibs.. 7.60-7.85; arly top 7.85 to small killers; few 270300 Ibs.. 7.35-7.75: good and choice 16080 Ibs.. 7.35-7.85: medium to good light lehts 6.75-7.00: sows 6.25-6.50: few cholc* ightwelghts 6.75. Sheep: Salable 2.300: total 2.835: Jat ambs opened about steady: 2 double* food and choice Colorado fed lambs 10.00 memo: some held above 10.35 freight paid: few trucked-in lambs 9.90: small lot medium 52 Ib.. trucked-in feeding lambs 9.00. Poultry And Eggs FURNISHED BY ED WTLMCK AND §OH BCY1>G PRICES Poultry fcns white 214 to 3 Ibs. lens white over 3!i Ibs. lens colored 3Vi to 414 Ibi. Hens colored 4Vi to SVi Ibs. Iroilers. 1 to 114 Ibs. Fryers, white 1% to 214 Ibs. Fryers, white IVi to 1\ Ibs. 114 to 2 Ib«. , 'ryers. colored ' . . 'ryers. colored 2 to 214 Ib*. Tyers, colored Vn to 3 Ibs. oasters soft-bone 3 Ibs. and over tags Capons uineas, young Ducks, white Pekin young, 4Vz Ibs. and up >ucklings, all others Jeese, young Squabs over 1 Ib. each "urkeys prime No. 1 torn* urkey* prime No. 1 bens urkeys. prime No. 2 toms "urkevs. prime No. 2 hens abbits, young 2 to 3% Ibs. labbits. young 3X to 4* Ibj. abbits. old EfZS o. 1 large white o. 1 medium 1 small white o. 1 large colored o. 1 medium colored 1 small colored .13 i? .20 .»• .18 .18 .18 ao .15 .30 .18 if .11 .10 .32 3 i? .15 LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 14— (UP)— Butter: xtras 33, prime firsts 32, standards 31H. ndergrades 30. Large eggs — Candled clean extra* 22. andled light dirty extras 21. candled clean andards 20. candled light dirty stand- ids 19, candled checks 18. Medium eggs — Candled extras 19, candled ght dirty extras 18. candled clean stand- ds 17. candled light dirty standards 16, andled checks 17. Small eggs— Candled extras 16, candled aht dirty extras 16. case count 19. Western cheese— Triplet Daisies 13«, onghorns 16, loafs 1614. Poultry prices — Hens, Leghorns, 2U to 14 Ibs.. 14: over 3'i and up to 4 Ibs.. : over 4 Ibs. and up, 15: hens, colored. to 514 Ibs.. 21; over 514 Ibs. and up. : broilers. Hi and up to 1% Ibs., 19; er Hi and up to 211 Ibs., 20: fryers, .eghorns. over 214 and up to 3 Ibs., 15; lored. 2V4 and up to 3& Ibs., 16: col- . red over 314 and up to asters, colored, over 414 ., 4(i Ibs.. Ibs. and 17: up requirements on stock to ffl.ll a with ,15.661. 56 cumulative preferret common share, compared cents a share on th< lean Locomotive company. American Stee Foundries. Baldwin Locomotive Works and Delaine 1.18- A supers -_ n °Fi 2 rst kid. 1.05-1.10; «cond kid, mers. >ond.). 46-52; '(foreign price* in Wool Market BOSTON, Feb. 14—(USDAi—In the Boston wool market today demand was mostly for the finer gradta of South American wools and for wools from Australia and South Africa. There was very little activity in grease shorn domestic wools and sale* consisted mostly of small quantities needed to complete some orders on hand. Quotations on most lines of graded domestic wools were iteady in tplte of the light demand. WOOL TOP FETCHES NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(APJ—An easier trend In tecurities and outside commodity markets caused wool top futures to recede from early high were maintained •ices today. Net gains moit caw0. however, and" final priceiT wert unchanged to .5 of" * Mch! 127 h 5B: May 123.8B: July 11S.6B; Soot topi 127.5B. B—Bid. Crude Rubber NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Crude rubber futures closed 17-23 lower. OLD: Mch. 20.50: May 20.40. NEW: July 20.00. Smoked ribbed ipot 20.62N. N—Nominal. plants ln imno " and ,New York Air Brake company reported 1940 net profit of .$1.046.656 after provision of J450.000 for excess profits taxes, «<J»1 lo *4.04 a lhare, compared with J747.838. or .52.89 a share, in 1939. Plants are In Watertown, N. Y. Metal Market MEW YORK, Feb. 14— (AP)— "Copper steady; electrolytic spot Connecticut valley, 12.00; f. m. «. New York 10.50-12.00. Tin firm; spot and near-by 51.12 >/i; forward 51.1254. Lead tlim; spot New York 5.65-5.70; forward 5.50. Zino firm; East St. Louis spot and forward 7.25. Pig; iron quiet; No. 2 f. o. b. Eastern Pennsylvania, 24.00; Buffalo, 23.00; Alabama, 19.38. Aluminum, virgin 99 per cent 17.00. Antimony, Chinese, spot 16.50. Quicksilver 171.00-172.00. Platinum, pure S8.00. Chinese wolframite, duty paid, 25.00-26.00. Domestic •eheelite, 24.00. up, . stags, colored. 14: old roosters, col- ed. 11: Leghorns. 09: ducklings. Pekin, er 5 IbA. and up. 19; under a Ibs.. 18; d ducks, white Pekin, 08; geese. 15; ung torn turkeys. 14 Ib9. ana under 20 s.. 13: 20 Ibs. and up, 12: young hen rkexs. 9 Ibs. and under 11 Iba.. 16; Ibs. and up. 16: old hen turkeys. U; d torn turkeys, 11: capons, 6 to 8 Ibs.. : over 8 Ibs. and up, 24: rabbits. No. white 314 to 4Vi Ibs.. 15: mixed colors, to 4Vi Iba.. 13; rabbits, woolly. 06; 1 old. 06. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14— (AP)—Butter rents 894,890: steady: market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 18,886: market demoralized by government action; fresh graded, extra. firsts, local 16%. cars 17-1714. first, local 161*. cars 16%-17: dirties 1414: other price* unchanged. Poultry live. 31 trucks: steady to torn: broilers 2V4 Ibs. and down, colored 18. Plymouth Rock 19, White Rock 19; other prices unchanged. KANSAS KANSAS crry CITY. Feb. 14— (AP)— EZM 1514: current receipts 14H. unchanged. Other prices Carrier Firm To Issue Bonds WASHINGTON, Feb. 14—(AP)— The Monongahela Railway Company applied today for Interstate Commerce Commission authority to issue $11,418,000 of first mortgage 3H per cent bonds, series B. The company proposes to redeem by May 1 an equal amount of outstanding first mortgage 4 per cent bonds, series A. The series A bonds will be redeemed at 105 per cent of par. o Russia, Japan Buy U. S. Lard NEW YORK, Feb. 14—(AP)— rood dealers estimated today that Japanese-Russian interests have bought between 400,000 and 600,000 pounds of United States lard this week. Purchases over the past .hree weeks totaled around 6,000,K)0 pounds, these quarters calcu- ated. Trade reports indicated Japanese-Russian inquiries were circulating for another 800,000 lound* r

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