Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 15, 1941 · Page 41
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Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February 15 1941 ! . — ^ . (Section Two) Page )NE OF WORST TUMBLES IN MONTHS IS TAKEN BY STOCK MARKET Issues Drop / _. .Arme Stl 4 YORK Feb. 14— (AP) —' Adams Ex.f .40e %?pt totiav took onr of Addressog 1.20 ••- in' more than Aia<"i j u t n?2u la 1—I'nlt of trading 10 share*. Sales In Ud». Hlcb loir Close i 4 2 38 49 37 4 45 S 14 M 3S 454 45 fi5» and Southeastern ; A, Chem^Dye 6a ™~ K rtustrials, including; Amei-.ida" Corp"2 uu • r., nnrf "hiue^ Am A C Ch Del 3.20 3 aircrnfts and bore tho brunt of :n m n T prices 1 to 3 i Am can 4 P le 4 9 8 _ 12 Car & F pf 4 Ch i- Cable .40g 12 20^ 20 146S 145 J-S 5% 45>J 44 14H 14H E Pow & Lt $7 p[ .35e 9 El Storage Bat 2 Ltl'JiiM!. Inhn 3 En,- Pi I) Sen-ice Erie R R Erie 1 pf Evans Products Ex-Cell-O 2.30e Exchange Buffet In Hdi. Hlch ~" " 29H 32 V 145 2-i 1 ., | Fairbanks Morse 1 1 Ifi 13 8 9 3 F He 3 44' Fed Lt & Traction la i Am start, them Am Chicle 4a list «M-r-7,. . . A,.i;,-it*. Am Colortype Vie j under mild buying. AtU\iI>, A,,, Cnm , A , co nn the comeback hut!Am crystal SUE \ °" — - • j.._-.__ i,,, 4 ].-,,r p ow 5S 10AJ BSJ *'v 24 " 57 113 SVi 9 ii Fed .Mng & Smelt 2e 2 Fed Mot Truck 4 Firestone T & R Vig 9 Firest 'I t R pf i First Nat Strs 2V4 1 Flinttiote le 5 Food Machinery 1.60e 2 Foster Wheeler Foster Wheeler pf Loir 28", 6 26 36 12 22 3 16 Clone P Salr* In Hds. " Peoples n,is L&C 3Vig 1 12-» I2H 12H 1354 1.-.54 jFreeport Sulph 8 14 .10 120" 120 " 120 3 331i 3354 3354 32*; Petrol Corn .70e 4 li'i't I'lnffer Brev,- 1 6 •!'i Phelps Dodge Ug 17 HiPhilco Corp lie 1 1 Philin Morris 3 5 6 Phillips Pet 2 7 26 I Pitt Scr & Bolt .45e 9 tPitt Steel pr pf .10 Plvmouth Oil 1.3Oe 9 Poor & Co B 6 Pressed Steel Car 21 Procter & Gam 2 12 Pub Scv NJ 2.40 17 Pullman 1 21 Radio C of Am .20g 103 Vi 36 12 22 3 16'4 G Morris, Great Northern, Scan Can'Eastman Kodak. J. Said Am«I Chemical. dedines wore shown for ^lotors. Chrj'sler, Santa Fe, rlv-ania. General Electric. An- J^iSi Kennecott, American Tele- OT Western Union, Consolidat- U. S. Rubber, Douglas ioeing and Texas Cor- expectations cloud- «!Sr«teSi although near-cap: • -ations were being mam- .«» „ most centers Motors «• -unable to get ahead despite * fact this week's output of new es was only slightly under that of stocks, dollar Ms'of Australia and Japan weak- ting Some staples such as tin, 4ber, zinc and silk shot up sub- aitially in the forenoon but. back[ away at the last Wheat at licago was unchanged to off '.i a cent a bushel and corn down to up as much. Cotton receded to 55 cents a bale. Among curb stocks in arrears actions to more than 3 points ure Colts Patent Fire Arms, Vefie- adan Petroleum, Bell Aircraft, amble Oil, American Cyanamid I," Lake Shore and Phoenix Se- -mities. Trades here approximated 96,000 shares versus 179,000 yes- eniay. B week before. Bonds fell with Kba* Stocks DU Imtccs Friday Thursday rn» 30 15 lnduit lUlll D.6 _._ 193S-39 1932-3' 54.7 75.3 33.7 16.9 __, _. 350.67 320.74 117.57 317.66 t3.44 21.45 27.47 DUls 1920 19.25 Sock* 40.E1 40.94 bndi Hi£her-traoe railroads Sccond-tnde raUroadi Public utllltlei Industriali 10ft. ihumctkni In itocki used In averages: Today Thursday Tuesday 105^00 75.200 66.600 49,600 58,000 3R.SOO Stockl 229,800 163.600 ersona/ Loan Record Is Set WASHINGTON, Feb. 14—CAP)—i rosuniers borrowed and paid i* more money to industrial "Hong companies making per^™ and other consumer loans « year than ever before. New loans totaled 5535,800,000 M inpayments $504,700,000. At » aid of the year, loans still Jtstantog totaled $287,700,000, or 1 TO* 130,000,000 more than at •' «=,begtaning of the year. TM commerce department, after Wttey of small loans, noted that w.1940 loan total was about AOM,ttX» larger than in 1929, 1939 OUt * 47 ' 000 ' 000 more than /opper Shipping r " B High Mark 'YORK, Feb. 14-(UP>- Mipments by domestic pros set an all-time high during u.^w 119,736 tons, an increase K wstons over the peak of 112,- s5L esta Wished in December, "WW Institute reported to- copper dropped ing January to 116,*J l P e c ' ose ol the month, stocks of copper wore off .-..""Sand combined wilh the sSLS refined metal stocks rep- a ™"" i i decrease of 36,379 tons ^bove ground. CTsTB^ids IRF.ASHRY S«le. In j $1,000 filch I,on Clow 5^, 1 102.2 1H2.2 3(12.2 1 107.2 107.2 107.2 2 10R.2 108.2 3(18.2 3 112.10 112.10 312.30 12 110.34 110.11 110.14 1 119.6 imii 11B.6 335 304.2!) in4.2K HW.2X 50 107.16 107.3K 107.1« 100 305.15 30S.15 305.15' 3 303.3S 303.18 303.38 3 303.9 103.5 303.5 9 308 107.27 107.27 5 107.8 107.8 107.8 FARM MTfi. 3 106.25 lfW.25 106.25 OWNERS IX>AN 3 302.3K 102.18 302.3S 5 101.30 101.30 301.30 9S lOO^i ino'i lOOVi !»&K fjjj* life s ury Receipts jasury' Feb. 32:'~ C P °" 369.4.1; expenditures balance Sl,3R3,4n5,- »nce Included $1,240.- rerriptK for month Is for fisrfil year 'July e\-pcr,<!ilurrs Sfi.781,- expcnriilurcs S3.311.- i Am & F P S6 pf .30k 2 13^ 13 ; \ M£ Am & FP S7 nf .35k 3 15\ 15 15 Am & F P ipf 2 2\ 2ii 2V Am Hide & Leather 22 3H 3 3 Am Home Pr 2.40 2 47 46"4 46^ Am Ice s IS IS IS Am International 17 3:fc 3-v 3^ Am Locomotive 5 13 12U r' 1 * Am M & Fdy ,34g 3 32H 32",i 32'i Am M Met S 2H 2H 2H Am Metal Vig 4 37 36' 16' Am Pow & Lt 17 254 2"4 2V4 Am P&L SSpf ISk 1 39 39 39 Am P&L JSpf 1.56k 4 33 32H 33 Am Had & St S .40e 41 6«i 6 6 Am Roll Mill iie 23 12"i 12 32 Am Safetv Razor .80 1 6 6 6 Am Seating V-e 28 8 8 Am Smelt R V=g 12 3914 3774 37'i Am Smelt & R pf 7 2 145 142 142 Am Stl Fdrs V«g 15 23 21 H 21 H Am Sugar Rcf Hg 11 1374 33t 4 13'i Am Sumat Tob 1 1 33H 33H 33H Am Tel & Tel 9 32 3filH 360V, 360H Am Tobacco S 5 6SS 68V4 68V1 Am Tob B 5 33 69H 68 68 Am Tvpe Fdrs 31 5Vi 5 5 Am Wat Wks 63 5S 5 5 Am Woolen 13 7 6^ 6"i Am Zinc L & S 32 6 5H 5H Annconda 2e 79 23 22 V4 22 "» Andes Copper le 1 9Vj 9H 9H A P W Paper 1 3S 3S IS Armour Del pf T 1 111 111 HI Arm 111 30 4\ 4% 4H Arm 111 pr pf 9 53Vi SI 51 Armstrong Cork 14 g 1 29 2(1 29 Artloom Corp Us 1555 Assd Dry Goods 5 6Vi 5% 574 Atch T 4 S F le 7R 20J, 39\ 39\ Atch T * S F pi 5 7 63 62H 62H Atl Coast Line 21 1S«4 13H 33U. Atl Refining 1 2 21 \ 21 N, 21 S Atlas Corp He 20 6\ 6S 6S Atlas Tack .15* 4 6Vi 6% 6U Aviatioc Corp S4 -4 3T, 37i Bait Ixico rt 59 14S 13\ 14 Bait & Ohio 13 3H 3"4 3"4 Bait & Ohio pf 7 4H 4i 4\ Barber Asph He 9 8H 8 8 Barker Bros ^.e 4 6^4 6S 6 s i Bamsdall Oil .15g 21 S 7"» 7V Bath Ir Wks tie 54 2Hi 20S 20S Bavuk Cigar Ng 5 28 27H 27-i Beatrice Cream la 2 22H 22H 22H Belding-Hem .80 2 7H 7H 7H Bendlx Aviat 3c 3S 33', 33 33V« Benef Ind Ln 3.S5e 4 39S 19«4 39S Beth Steel IVig 64 78 75H 75H Beth Steel pf 7 4 324 323H 323H Blgelow-Sant 3g 5 24X 2414 24?i Black & Becker 1* 1 IB 38 38 Blaw-Knox He 30 8 7»1 7S Boeing Airplane 4S 15 34 V4 14 u Bohn Al & Brass %E 5 30 29H 29H Borden Co .30g 12 19V4 39 39 Borg-Warner .40g 33 3SU 17% 37fi Bridgeport Brass tit 39 30H 30 10 Bnees Mfg 2Ue 24 20'i, 39"* 39H Bklvn-Man Tr 39 57, R\ 5«i BklTO Un Gas 5 32H 32S 32S Brunswlck-Balke HR 6 21 20'4 20'i Buc\Tus-Erie .15g 9 97i 9H 9'-, Budti Mfc 2S 3ii 3H 3H tBudd Mfg pf 3.30 53 51 51 Budd Wheel .20g 19 6H 5S 5H Bullard Co 2e 1 26H 264 26H Burling Mills 1 S 16\ 36«4 36»i Burr Add Mach .158 39 8'4 S S Butler Bros .15g 4 4»i 4S 4N, Butte Cop & Zinc 1 3'-4 3H 3H Byers A M Co 3 SV4 8 8 C Callahwi Z-I>«d 5 3H 1 1 Calum"t & Hec If 13 6V4 B 6 Campbell Wyant .35g 2 31S 31H 33«t Can Dr\- G Ale .60 9 32V» 31S US Canad Parific 15 3V4 3H 3H Cannon Mills 2 3 3R 87 37 Case JI Co 3e 5 4614 43 43 Caterpll Tractor 2 4 44 43 V4 43 H Cc anese Corp l'4e 12 241 23H 23H Cerro de Pas Ig 15 29H 28 28 Certain-teed Prod 7 4 3»; 3«i Checker Cab 3 13 12H la Ches & Ohio 3a SO 40V4 39'i 39'i Ches Corp 4 2H 2^4 274 Chi Mai! 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S 33>4 33 33 Cont Bak A 10 SV4 i* < V Cont Cnn 2e 7 37 36 36 Cont Diam Flh 1 7 7H 7«t <S Cont Ins J.60a f 35^ 35'4 3nW Cont Motnrs 119 3% 2JJ i goppe^el^'s, 1 , .80 J § IS* \$ »^ srrrr 3 ?? 1 " Crane Co .80e 19 36V4 16 16 gSS^tSS-.SH.? ?|S g$ 2|% Cro«-n Zrllerbach V4E 10 j3 32S 32-n tCrown Zcller pf 5 .10 88 88 88 Crucible Steel 28 3J»\l 3iH 37« Cuban-Am Sugar 1 3Ji .1^1 ^» Cudahy P«ck 3 34H 34 34 Cuneo Press I'A 2 22H fi 22 Curtis Publishg 3 3H 1J4 1J4 Curtis Pub Pf Sk 1 44J4 44Vt 44^ Curtis Pub pr pf 3 4 34H 32J, 3J\ Curtiss-wricht He 167 8 .}» <• CurtiS6-Wr A 2 8 2r,',l 2SU Jg* Cutler-Hammer H4e 1 IS Is 18 D ssta^J jg$3J S!Ac?^«t f S 3 S| §J SJ Den & Rio G W pi 1 H * 1ns * Detroit Edison 2E 1 30S 108 108 tDevoe&Pjiv A «E .90 14V* " 34 Diamond Match JKK 2 27H 27 -/ Dlam Match pf 3H 1 39t4 39^ 39J4 Dlst Corn-Scae h2.22 4 16V4 36H 16H Dome Mines- h2 17 «K 66 66 Dow Chem 3 7 125V4 12** ^g* Dresser Mfg 2e ^ 4 iy iAnu 140W du Pont dc N <e ££ iv* ^**u^i ^^WT* _ - « «.- v oclt 5fi U Eastern AW I. « j^S 326 326 l/S'H'u^pI.SOe" M 25 14 25'* uabnl Co A 2 IS IS IS Cen Am Trans 3e 3 5n\ 5ii\ 50', IJen Baking .60 7 6S 6S 6S Gen Bronze 5 37, 3H 3H Gen Cable 2 4Vi 4Vi 4H Gen Cigar 1 1 18 18 18 tCen Cigar pf 7 .50 128 128 12s Gen Elec l.RSe 120 ;i2>4 30H SOS Gen Foods 2 20 35S 34 34 tGen Mills 5% pf 5 .10 131V. 131Vi 131 Vi Gen Motors tig 96 42?4 41V4 41V4 Gen Out Advert 64 44 Gen Out Advert A 2k 5 41 V4 40 40 Gen Ry Signal He S 12}» 12 12H Gen Real & t'til 1 A i'« A Gen Retract 1'ie 8 24 2'i', 23'* Gen Thea Eq .85e 10 12H 12 1 * 12V4 Ocn T & Rub Hg 7 11 '» 11 ' 31 Gillette Sat R tOD) S 3H 3Vi 3Vi Gimbel Bros 16 5'* 5'i 514 Glidden Co le 5 13'4 13 13 Gobel ( Adolf J 4 2 17i !•! Goebel Brew .20 2 2 l i ""-t, •>'£ Goodrich (BF) He 13 12 5 » 11 i» 11 »i Goodyear T&R 1-ie 36 167» IfiH 16H Goth Silk Hosier}' 2 1H IV* Hi Graham-Paige Mot 56 4| 7.- i, 1 Granby Con Mm .15g 2 5 4% 4\ Grant (WT) 1.40 7 :)2»4 :a 32 Gt Nor Ir Ore ct l\e 3 137, 13H 13H Gt Northn Ry pf He 44 23 H 22 22 Gt West Sue 2 1 20 1 , 2US 20 S Greyhound Corp la 28 HH 11 11 Guantan Sugar 2 IS lit IVt Gulf Mob £ Oh pf 3 9H 9 9 n «arb- Walker «ig 4 21H 21 21 Hayes Mfg 11 2\ 2'i 2'i Hecker Prod .60 2 6^ 6S 6S Hercules Motor le 1 12 'i 12 'i 12 '» Holland Furn 2a 1 2fiH ^fiH 26H Homestake Min 4H 12 46 437. 437, Houd-H»rshev A 2H 1 36 36 36 Houd-Hershcy B IHe 4 11H II 1 ! 11 11 Houston Ol! 11 3\ 3H 3H Howe Sound 3a 2 32 S 30\ 30 \ Hudson & Man 1 A A A Hud Bay M&S h2e 5 36\. 36*i 36S Hudson Motor 10 3X 3Vi 3H Illinois Central 26 6>i KM 6'i 111 Central pf 2 33\ 13H 33v t Indust Ravon 7 3 24 23 \ 24 Inger-Rand IHg 5 101 99 99 Inland Steel 4 4 81 H 79 79 Inspirat Copper He 24 invj 9"i 9i; [nterlake Iron 64 8V4 7 3 * ~\ Int Bus Machines 6a 2 147 146'i 146H Int Harvester 1.60 Ifi 4S',4 464 46H Int Hydro Eire A 9 1\ IS IS Int Mer Marine 26 7H 7 7 Int Mining .40e 9 3S 3H 3H Int Nick Can 2 62 24S 2:iH 23H Int Paper & Pow 90 12 11 11 Int Pan & Pow pi 5 17 59 57'i 57»i Int Silver 3 26Vi 25H 25H Int Tc St Td IS 2 ° 2 Intcrct Dept Strs .15s 1 6H 6Vt 6H J Jewel Tea 2.40 2 40H 40Vi 40H Johns-Manville-2»ie 4 56V4 55 55 tJohns-Manville pf 7 .50 327 327 327 K Kennecott Cop 2%e 47 32 H 31 31 Kresce IS S) ].20a 11 22 22 22 Kress (S Hi 1.60 222 'JTiH 22 H 22'i Kroger Grocery 2e 14 25V4 2474 2474 L Lambert Co Se .2 12V4 32'.i 32V4 Lee Rub A- Tire \g 7 25 24 24 Lehigh Port C 3H 4 22 21 21 Leh Val RR 3 Iri It 174 Lehman Corp 1 5 21 20?» 20=i Llb-O-F Glass 3H« 6 35Vi 35 35Vk Libby McN & L He 174 674 6H 6V« Liggett My B 4a 2 90 so no Lima Locomotive 4 24 23 23 Lion Oil Ret 1 6 1014 97i 10 Liquid Carbonic la R 15 14S 35 Lockheed Airc IHe 26 22H 2ns 20S Loew's Inc 2a 32 31 "i 30S 304 Loew's Inc pf 6H 1 10SS 10SS 30SS Loft Inc Vie 57 15S 11H 14H Lone Star Cem 3a 11 36 >i 3fiU 3fi j t Loose-Wil Biscuit Ug 3 14 14 14 Loultv & Nash 2g 4 64 61 61 Louisv G&E A 1H 28 18 177i 17j4 M Mack Trucks 3He 17 26V4 25 25 Macv (R H) 2 5 24 23S 23S M»cma Copper 2He 1 27 27 27 Marine Midi .10g 20 4S 4H 4S Marshall Field .40 13 14 H 14 14 Martin G L Co 2t 33 24S 23 23 Martin Parry 22 S;4 8 8J4 Masonite Corp 1 2 257, 25H 25 H Mathleson Alk 1H 2 26 25'i 25 i Mavtag Co .loe 1 24 24 24 MctrorV Stores la 5 14V4 33S 33S McGraw Elec la 3 22^ 22V, 224 Mclntyre Pore h2.22a 3 31 31 31 McKess & Rob 20 3S 3J4 3V. McKess & Rob pt 5 24S 244 24 4 McLellan Strs .40g 4 6'i 6V. 6U Mc-la Machine Hg 2 30\ 30 du Miami Copper .45e 4 74 < 4 '4 M d-Cont Pet .SOe 5 33S 334 3,14 Midland SH Prod Hg 3 33 30Ji 30 Ji Minn-Moline 3 3V1 3Vt 3>i Mission Corp We 2 94 94 94 Mo-Kan-Texas pf 2 34 14 3H Mohawk Carpet 3U* 3 134 334 13H Monsanto Chem 3e 10 7S4 77 it Montgom Ward Hg 22 357, 35S 354 Motor Products le 3 9H 9 9V4 Motor Wheel 1.60 5 16 35H 154 Mullins Mfg B 2 3S 3S 3S Murray Corp Vie 20 6S 5A ir, N Kash-Kclvinator 27 4S 4V4 4V. tNaih Chat A St lg .50 17 34% 344 Nat Arme 3e 10 IS 37S 3.S Nat Aviation Se 6 bH h B SSSS? 1 ^ 60 ! J i l& %* ?> Nat Daln- Pr .SO 33 33 33 33 Nat Depi Stores 7 5V. -5 5 Nat Distlllm! 2 31 20V4 20 20 Nat Gvpsum .40e 36 7 K\ 6> f Nat Lead Ha 27 35% SnW l3\ Nat Pow i Lt .60 8 6S 6J. 6W Natl Steel 3 3 5.S 564 564 Nat Supply 17 5S 5 5 v^f Tea. 9 4 a * 4S 4^ NatomM Co, la 3 |S 9S 9S *Newmont Mfn IHe 1 2S*i 2?H 25^4 NewDorl Indust .30p 11 6 ^i 6 ^ 6 H &m*nt ^cws Ship 40R 20 21^4 20^4 20^i N Y A'lr BrakeHg ^ 37^ 35 35 V Y Cht & St L pf 36 27H 25 25 N- Y s'hlpbuildmg le 34 26 % 24H 244 *° I^Anicr'co 1 3*20 39 15'-4 15 % "** Northern Pacific 34 6Vi SH 55i O Ohio Oil .45e 10 7 6H 674 Oliver Farm Eq Hg 1 14 M " omnibus Corp 1-20 8 9Vi 3 9 Otis Elevator .20g 9 35S 35V4 3aV4 Otis Steel 13 8 7V4 "H Owens-in Glass Hg 11 43S 421 43 Pac CHS ft Elect 2 28 26X 25% 23 '4 Pac Lighting 3 3 37 36S 36J, Packard M"^ ., ^ .,§,, £$ j?S p^k^Sh'con M .10e 1 IS I 1 * '*» Parke Davis 40g 9 26S 25Mt 25'i S8S,3SU-^ if js js f£ Penick & Ford 3 1 44 j. 44;. « :. Pennev (JO 3a 2 78 .R 7S Penn-blx Cement 1 2H 2V. J'» Penr.-Dix Cem pf A le_4 37\ 37 3^ Penn RR IHe <9 23'.4 22 —.* Exclusive 1 f^r^Wnn TV^ovIrol' Republic Dispatch j V-OllOU IVldllVCL i IT pEPOKXS received from the C. S. Bureau of *V*™™™ ™°- i 1}S inches 215 points on. Demand fair. NEW YORK VTTIV vnRK Frii 14— (AP)— Cotton futures dropped 7 to 11 po^sTday ^der^le^^d forei.n.elHn, inspired by bearish > news from New York, Washington and Liverpool. ~ r- . (Furnished By E. F. Button & Co.) Cotton r UtUieS (Member of New York Cotton Exchange) ' — • * - nnnl : New Yorh New Orleans in Pence ; Open Hfch Low Close Open Close ' Open Oose : January 9.58 9.58 958 9.58 8.33 9-27 8.24 March 10.29 10.31 10.24 1034 10.33 1058 8.27 S.o^ May 10^8 10.29 10.21 10.21 10.30 10.24 8.28 8.33 •^ u ' y o cv q RR 959 9 59 9- 7 l ^'^ ^' 2 ^ ^^ • December 9^64 sieS 957 9.57 1 9-67 9-60 8.19 8.2| Radio rv p[ Riidio-Keitn-Orph Rayhesto-Man IHe Raynnicr Inc Reading Co 1 Rcming Rand .20g Reo Motors ct Repub Steel .40e 4 12 1 4 4 4 6 121 3avi 6 7>i 28 11 74 36 V* 5i» 61 15 10 5a 45i 59 35i 1814 13 '4 17 H Revere Copper & Br 6 Uevnolds Metals .30e 2 10» t Reynolds Tob B Hg 14 32»i Richfield Oil He 15 7 1 * Koan Ant Cop .63e 1 4!i S Safewav Stores 3a 6 39 U TSafe St 5ri pf 5 3.30 111' St Joseph Lead Vig 3 . ,. .. } j 6 7 27H 11 73 36 5S 61 14 S 6 9S 52 Vi 27 22H 10 H 454 58 3'i 18 Vi 13 12-S SH 16% SH St L-San Fran pf 1 Schenley Distill 13 Seaboard Air Line fi Seaboard Oil 1 2 Sears Roebuck 3a 21 Sen-el Inc 1 27 Sharon Stl Corp Vie 5 Shattui-k (FGi .40 1 -, Shell Union Oil -\e 12 Silver K Coalit .40 2 Simmons Co 2e 6 Skelly Oil 1'ie 4 Smith AO Corp He 3 Snider Pack 1 2 Socony-Vacuum Vig 53 So P Rico Sug 1 1 Sou Cal Kdison IHa 5 Southern Pacific 59 Southern Ry 2S Southern Ry pf 50 Sparks Wlthington 2 Sperry Corp 21 Spicer Mfg tis 2 Spiegel Inc .15e 13 Square D Co 2.80e 2 Stand Brands .40a 19 Std G i- E S4 pf 8 Stand Oil Cal 1 20 Stand Oil Ind 1 24 Stand Oil N J la 59 Sterling Prod 3.SO 4 Stewart-Warn He 6 Stone & Webster He 15 Studebaker Corp 29 Sun Oil la 3 Sunshine Mng 1.60 6 Superior Oil .10e 11 Swift &Co 1.20s S T Tenn Corp *ig ' 4 Texas & Pacific Ry 1 Texas Corp 2 45 Texas Gulf Prod .20e 6 Texas Gulf Sulph 2a S Tex Pac C & O .40 10 Tex Pac L Trust .10e 2 Thermoid Co 4 Thompson Prod Hg 3 Thompson-Starrett 5 Tide Wat A Oil .60 13 Tidr Wat A O pf 4H 2 Timken-Det Axle 3' 4 e 24 Timken P.oll B Hg 2 Transamerica H Tr.-.ns St West Air 9S 75i 4T, 39 110 34 '4 9* 11 73 36 6 -r- 14 H 6 2254 1054 lS5j 13 17 854 3SIJ New York Curb Stock And Bond Prices XD—Ex-dlvldrnd. EX—First nala Jlnce ex-dlvtdend date or dates. XR— t*-rlgliti. a—Also extra or «tra«. b—Including extra or extras, i—De„ cla r' d , or P»W »» far thin year, f— Payable In slock. B—Paid thli year; no re,ular rate, h—Cash or stock. It— Arriimiilalrd div. paid Ihli year, ar— Under rules, ww—With warrants. 70 '4 9', 11 454 18 19H S'i 16H 255, 8S 12S 20'i 1»* 33 H 32-4 55i 32 6H 1854 26 H 33»i 59 39 110 3454 9* 54 13 681 Tri-Cont Corp Tmax-Traer C Ue 27 4 4 Twent C-Fox F" 9 Twcnt C-Fox F pj 1'4 2 U L'ndcnvood-Ell 254e 12 Union Bag & P le 33 Union Carbide Hg 39 Union Oil Oil 1 1 Un:c-a Pacific 6 6 Union Tank Car 9 United Air Lines 18 United Aircraft 3He 27 Uni:ed Biscuit 1 2 United Carbon 3 1 Uii;-.<l f.--i;i 25 United Drug S UniteC Fruit 4 11 United_Gas Imp .80 100 65i 54^ 8S IS 22S 8 SH 35 ?4 3 35T4 5\ 3H 4 29 54 9S 9854 29 S 43 454 14 't IS 454 6 17 30H 10 s 63', 13 '4 775, 27 13S 3754 13 4S 4V1 11 4=4 307, 4S iii'4 15 H 14 »4 8S 16', 25', 32 "i 32 5V4 1" 3SV4 25 Ik 33 ss-l 6"4 6V4 51 l i SH 1H 22 Vi S 17 1954 1554 32 Vi 32 5H 31H 2H IB'.i as*. 33 H 58>i 6'i 6Vi 54 (i SH IVi 35 ift =!* 354 9S 2S"-i 42S 4H 13 H IS 30 9H 60 13 H 76i» 26 12 '4 34 S 12H 43 8 8% 3- SH 3Ti 4 2SH 9V4 98 28'i 42 i* 13 H I'. 4V* 5',, 17 30 60 13 H 76 ii 26 13 •^i" 48 * U S Gypsum 2a U S Indus Alco U S Leather U S Leather A 7 U S Pipe & Fdry 2 4 U S Plywood 1.20 3 U S Real & Imp 1 U S Rubber 4S U S Rubber 1 pf 8 5 U S Sm R&.M pi 3H 1 U S Sfeel Ig 210 U S Steel pf 7 U S Tobacco 1.96e United Stores A 61. 60* 60 22H 6V, 2SS 21 'i 15, 177k 81 84 73 S 59H S 120 119H 2 29«i 25»H - 1 tL'aiv Pictures 1 pf 1.60 141 Vanadium Corp IHe 12 27\ VIA Chem 2a 1 42H W Wabash pf A 5 H Wiigri-n Co 1.60 1 20"b W.ilker <H> G&W h4 1 26 Walworth Co 2O 4*. Ward Baking pf 9 ""' Warner Bros Pict 60 Warren Bros 1 Waukesha Motor 1 2 Wesson O & S He 2 West Auto Sup 2 West Maryland West Union Tel le 1 139 26 42 Vi 2SH 21 "i 3U 17H SI 73 S 56;. 29 Vi 139 26 42 H Aero Supply B Alum Co Am Alum Co Am pf Am Centrifugal Am Cyan B Am Gas d El Am Gen Am Light i Tr I Am Maracaibo ! 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Hlsh 3 314 2 13S .5(1 113'i 1 l. 32 32 Vs ~^i 2fi :i « 3 2H 1(1 8 3 34 1.20 87 13 Lmv CluM 5i-i 5'i 1.175-j 13754 113V, 113U 54 54 31 31 29 29 251 25i 125* 125j 1H Westing Air Br Vig West El & Mfg Ig Wheeling Steel White Motor White Rk M Sp Wllcox Oil & Gas .10e 2 Wilson i- Cn 25 WooMorth FW 2.40 25 Worthington P & M 8 Wright Aero 4e .10 Wrigley W Jr 3a 2 T Yellow Tr & C IHe 22 Young Spg & W 4 YounzstSh St T15ie 40 Z Zenith Radio le 7 Zonite Products 2 15*' 17 23 19 'i 2054 93 2fi?4 13S 5S 1\ 4S 30 H 18V* 91 71 13S 13H 26 4H 24 H 2% 18H 19 \ 89 Vi 26 V4 12 H 5JL 4% 30 Vi 17 91 70 13 9X 26 4'i. 14S 2H 15" 17 24 S 2', 1854 19% 90 2654 12S 55i CURB DOMESTIC BONDS Sale* In J1.000 HIsh Loir Ark P i I. 5s 56 13 106H 1065i As Ei 4^s 53 20 46H 46 Baldw L 6s 50 47 11254 109-i Cities Ser 5s 50 33 S2S 81" Clt S P & L 554S 49 62 Glen Aldcn Coal 4s 65 25 Inters Pow 6s 52 2 Inters Pow 5s 57 24 Nevada Cal E 5s 56 34 .™ Pen Cen P&L 44s 77 1 10454 10454 Scricns 554s 43 6 lOO'i 10054 Stand C. & E 6s 5! 60 77H 77 Stand P 4 L 6s 57 42 775* 7654 Starrett Ccrp 5s 50 2 22 22 Tex El S 5.' 60 5 106U 106'4 Tev P * L S» 56 3 107-4 10754 Unit L & P 7, 75 . 10 S754 86 305, 91 70 13 9Ti 31 S SALES STATISTICS Active RtockB Inactive* Total tndar Previous day Wpek aco Vear aco Two years aco Jan. 1 to date Vear ago Two yrari aco 824.100 9,640 83.1,740 642.940 341,100 684.120 6X2.010 18,163.609 1.1,662,640 33,482,TM Sugar Quotations NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Domestic sugar futures were steady today and final Dnces were unchanged to 1 point higher on turnover of 9.900 tons. The world list wavered in the last hour when March liquidation increased. Final prices were 1 point lower to ^ higher on sales of 10.250 tons: March .67B. May .718. A total of 574 notices will be issued against the March delivery Monday, more than anticipated. In the raw market duty Irees and Cubans were offered at 3.00 to 3.05 cents a pound. Buyers were interested at 2.97 for near-bv delivery. Refined locally stayed at 4.45 cents a Dound. In the South, refiners raised their price to 4.45 but offered to take business on a day-to-day basis at 4.30 up to February 2S. No. 3 close: March 2.04B: Mnv 2.0SB: Julv 2.13B: September 2.17B; November 2.19B: January 2.18B: B-Bid. Silver Market NEW YORK NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Bar sil- iver remained steady and unchanged here I today at 34-;. IX)NI)O.V LONDOX Feb. 14—(API—Bar silver 23Vid. off A. (Equivalent 42.16 cents). . 0 Foreign Exchange NEW YORK. Feb. 14—IAP)—The Hong Kong dollar rose .07 of a cent to the high lor the year today us far eastern holders of United States dollar liquidated capital In fear of Interruption of communications between the United States and the Orient. The Shanghai dollar Improved .02 of a cent. The Free Argentine peso was down .03 of a cent. Closing rates follow (Great Britain In dollars, others In cents): Canada—Official Canadian control board rates for U. S. dollars: buying 10 per cent premium, selling 11 per cent premium, equivalent to discounts on Canadian dollars In New York of buying 9.91 per cent, selling 9.09 per cent Canadian dollar In New York open market 1K% per cent discount or 83.37H U. S. cents. Europe—Great Britain, official (bankers foreign exchange committee rates), buying $4.02. selling 54.04: open market, cables S4.03: Germany 40.07N: (benevolent) 20.75: Finland 2.05N: Greece .68N: Hungary 19.77N: Italy 5.06: Portugal 4.01: Sweden 23.S5: Switzerland (X) 2324: Yugoslavia 2.33N. Latin. America—Argentine official 29.77; free 23.60: Brazil official 6.05N. free 8.33 5.00N: Mexico 20.70N. Far F.ast-Japan 23.4S; Hong Kong 124.39: Shanghai 5.67. i (Rates In spot cables unless otherwise (Indicated. N-Nominal. 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I S 6 .50 2 10 1 3 14 874 17 S 78 3H 4 17 6S 27. iV fi 11 11 4V! 4Vi 8 8 274 274 654 654 2) 23 2U 2»i 32S 32S 86 54 86 '4 2?, 2S 2'» 2'1 154 1H 6V t 6li 79 H 80 S H 20 205i 34 34 4 4 72H 72H 125 125 38 38 18 IS 10SS 10SS V* H IS IS 8H 8S 85 85 6 6 U H A 4$ 71* 674 3Vi 7R 6'4 4 4 4H 474 4V4 4V4 90H 90 82 Sl«i 39'i 3954 6SH 67H 90 8954 Unit Lt CC r ta 10 J.v "••• "™ West Newsp Un 6s 44 12 65 64 Cl'RB FOREIGN BONDS Russ 5H« 1921 1 -ft A Close 106V* 46 10954 8154 90 82 3954 67 H 90 104 H 300 H 77 76 H 22 306 "4 107 H 86 64 Buying Stems Wheat Drop CHICAGO, Feb. 14— (AP)— Wheat futures 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! 7<-'*j cent at the opening but then' rallied immediately and, when stocks recovered temporarily, pushed upward for net gains of U-'.i cent at times. The close was unchanged to ¥1 lower compared with yesterday, May 79',i- : !8, 'July '/s-U. Morn finished % off to Vt up, May 60 '/», July 60-;s; oats unchanged to U down; soybeans l',4-l% lower, rye '/s-H higher and lard 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 available. Exporters reported the United 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 trade, corn price changes were insignificant. Dry corn brought ¥i 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: New York Bonds New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Bond market prices today underwent the severest hammering since last fall as traders and investors viewed with Increasing alarm happenings in other parts of the world likely to have a direct bearing uoon United States economy. Losses ranged from 1 to 3 points among active rails, industrials and utilities and up to 5 among inactive foreign Issues. High-priced domestic loans generally acted with more restraint but here too declines Predominated. The Associated Press average of 20 rail bonds dropped .9 of a point to 60..'!. a new 19-11 low, and 10 utilities used in the compilation averaged .3 of a point lower at 99.2. likewise a new bottom this vear. Total sales amounted to 57.774.900. par value, compared with 56,637.700 yesterday. Among losers of 1 to 3 points or more were Erie 5s at Ifi-li, International Tele- ohone 5s at 37. Delaware and Hudson 4s at 46^i. American and Foreign Power 5a at 52'.:i. Pittsburgh and West Virginia 4',4s at 53}-, Studebaker 6s at lOOVt and Southern Railway 4s at 57. U. S. governments were slightly more active than yesterday and ended down 2/32 of a point to 1.8 points. Obligations of world powers directly in the news from abroad gave way hurriedly in the foreign dollar department. These included Japan 554s and filis. New South Wales 5s. Australian 454s and Wurttem- bure Electric 7s. Net change Friday Previous day Month ago Vear ago 1941 high 1941 low 1940 high 1940 low TO LOW YIELD BONDS Low yield 113.4 Prev. day Month ago 114.0 Year ago 1941 nigK 114.6 1941 low 1940 high 114.6 1940 low WHEAT: May July Sept. CO Open High Low Close . ORN: May Julv .79'* .73r»- -74k .6014-% .604 J .60ij ATS: May July Sept. SOYBEANS: May .92 Julv .89 ftYE: May July Sept. .45 H LARD: Mch 6.22 May 6.50 July 6.65 Sept. OA .79% .79 .74S .73S .75 .744 .61 .60S .60% .604 .79H-S .74V.-74 .74S .6074 .3554 .3254 .31 »i •«Vl . . . .60H .60H .6054 .3554 .355i .3554 .3254 .31a .313i .3154 .3H» .93% .90 .31% .9154 .91S-X .87* .8854 .43S .43 .4354 .44*, .44S .441* .45 Vi .45 Vi .4554 6.22 6.20 6.20 6.50 6.32 6.32 . 6.65 6.47 6.47 6.82 6.82 6.65 6.65 11.15 pt. BELLIES: May MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 14—(AP)—Wheat receipts today 73 cars compared with 108 a year ago. Trading basis: Unchanged. Quotations Vi cent lower. Cash: No. 1 heavy northern S2V4: dark northern No. 1. 81V4: No. 2. 80V4: No. 3. 78V4-79V4. Fancy No. 1 hard Montana 85Vi; Minnesota-South Dakota No. 3 dark hard winter 78V4-80V4: hard amber durum: 72Vi-77Vi; No. 1 red durum 71S-72S. Com. No. 3 yellow 53V4-55S: trading basis unchanged: quotations unchanged. Oats. No. 3 white 32H-33. Barley. 39-56. Rve. No. 2. 47Vi-50i4. Flax. No. 1. 1.6SH-1.73H. Sweet clover seed, 3.50-75. Range of prices: High Low Close 794 7874 794 77V4 77 77V4 75 74H 74Vi 55X S554 55S — — 55S 31 «4 29 Vi 3154 295, 31H 2954 41H 41 Western Wool Interest Holds BOSTON, Feb. 14—CAP)—The Commercial Bulletin will say tomorrow: "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. "Manufacturers 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 $73.000,000 appropriation bill, apparently. The mills, however, are congested with orders both military and civilian at the moment. "Foreign markets are hardly changed for the week, although less active generally. . "Mohair continues rather quiet The Bulletin will publish the following quotations: Domestic: Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces: Delaine unwashed 43-44: Vs blood combing 44-45; % blood combing 44-45; ',4 blood combing 43-44. Michigan and New York fleeces: Delaine 40-43; V4 blood combing 39-41. Wisconsin. Missouri ana average Indiana and New England: V, blood combing 39-40: % blood combing 43-44- U blood combing 42-43: common and braid 41-42; Mack, burry, seedy cots 34-35. Scoured basis: Texas' Fine - months selected 107-1.10; fine short 12 months 1.021.03; fine eight months 93-95. California: Northern 93-9o; middle county 93-95; southern 92-94; fall scoured 90-95; carbonized fine QO o«3 Oregon: Fine and F. M. staple 1.03-l.TS; fine F. M. clothing 90-92. Montana 'and similar fine staple choice 1.09-1.10; % blood combing 98-1.02; % blood combing 8a-88, 'a, blood combing 81-83. Pulled: Scoured: Delaine 1.18120- AA 1.15-1.18; fine A supers 1.10-1.12; A supers 1.04-1.07; B su ; pers (choice) 97-98; B supers fwhite) 92-95; B supers (stained) 87-89; C supers (average) 86-88. Domestic adult graded: first sort, 80-85; second sort, 70-(2; third sort 6 °First kid, 1.05-1.10; second kid, 90-95; third kid 70-75. . Cape winter firsts, nominal. 4345; kid. 65-67: Turkey fair average, summer firsts, 45-47; Cape summers. 46-52; (foreign prices in bond.) WHEAT May Julv September CORN Mav old Mav new OATS Mav Julv RYE Mav Julv FLAX Mav July September mN.vir.EG WINNIPEG. Feb. 14—(AP)—Wheat: High Low Close Mav 77% 77 77 Julv 79'i 78% 7894 Cash wheat. No. 1 hard 74?4; No. 1 northern 74*i: No. 2. 7214: No. 3. 69V4; No. 2 white oats 33%; No. 3, 3174. 4H4 42* 1.67V4 1-67 1.67V4 — "—— 1,66 1.58 1.58 1.58 OMAHA • OMAHA. Feb. 14—(AP)—Cash wheat Xo. 1 dark hard 77; sample hard. 73. Corn. No. 3 yellow 54H; No. 3 white 58. Oats. No. 2 white 34H. Rye and barley, none. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14—<AP)—Cash grain: Wheat No. 2 hard 85 H. Corn: No. 2 yellow 63H-6454: No. 3, 61H-63 1 -;: No. 4. 58-62; No. 5. 55V58V4; No. 5 white 62: sample grade 54-55V4. Oats: No. 1 red heavy 3754; sample mixed 32: No. 4 red extra heavy 36: sample Trade red heavy 32H: No. 1 white heavy 3SH-?*: No. 1 white extra heavy 39: No. 2 white 3SV4: No. 3, 37-3754; sample grade white 3654. Barlev: Malting 58-66 nom; feed 45-55 nom: No. 2. 63. Coy beans: No. 2 yellow 95'-i-»4: No. 3. 93»i-94?i; sample grade yellow 87H. Field seed per hundredweight nominal: Timothy 4.00: alsike 9.50-12.00: fancy red too 7.50-8.00: red clover 8.00-10.00; sweet clover 3.50-4.00. o—: New Securities Offerings Slump NEW YORK, Feb. 14—(AP)— 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 815,098,750 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 corresponding period a year ago. Since 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. Wool Market BOSTON*. Feb. 14—(L'SDAI— In the Boston wool market today demand was mostly for the finer grades of South American wools and for wools from Australia and South Africa. There was very little activity in grease shorn domestic wools and sales consisted mostly of small quantities needed to complete some orders on hand. Quotations on most lines of graded domestic wools were steady In spite of. the light demand. WOOL TOP FUTURES NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)-An easier trend in securities and outside commodity markets caused wool top futures to recede from early high prices today. Net gains were maintained In most cases, however, and final prices were unchanged to .5 of a cent higher. Mch. 127.5B: May 123.6B; July 118.6B: Oct. 114.7B. Soot tops 127.5B. B—Bid. Crude Rubber NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(API—Crude rubber futures closed 17-23 lower. OLD: Mch. 20.50; May 20.40. NEW: July 20.00. Smoked ribbed spot 20.62N. K—Nominal. BOND AVERAGES Compiled by the Associated Press 20 10 ll> 10 Rails Indust I'til Fen. D.9 D.I D.3 D.4 60.3 104.6 61.2 104.7 63.3 104.9 101.2 57.7 102.4 96.5 62.2 105.3 101.3 60.3 104.6 99.2 61.4 105.9 100.7 48.3 9S.9 90.3 . 40.7 41.1 40.1 51.0 •11.5 38.0 M.3 35.1 113.3 112.5 113.3 108.4 Hogs, Lambs Turn Firmer^ KANSAS CITY. Feb. 14—(USDA)—Hogs, salable and total 1.500: steady to 10 higher than Thursday average: top 7.85 sparingly: good to choice 170-270 Ibs. 7.8580: 2SO-325 Ibs. 7.50-65: 140-160 Ibs. 7J550: sows 6.50-85, a few 7.00: stock pigs Cattle, salable 200. total 400: calves salable and total 100; killing classes of cattle gcneraly steady in a cleanup trade: vealers ami calves steady: stoctcers and feeders unchanged with a light to moderate carry-over in dealers pens: small lots and a few loads of shortfed steers 8.75liVJo: 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. Sheen—Salable and total 500: limited offering; slaughter Iambs 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 s.50-75: good to choice to 8.90; off weights down to 7.50; packing sows 6.5075- late Tnursdav three loads good to choice 205 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 9.0U. Calves salable 50; steady: odd vealer* to 13.00: choice quoted around 14.00; few calves 11.00 down. Sheep salable none: good to choice wooied lambs quoted around 10.75: good wooied ewes to 6.75. 6a!:i In $1.000 High Adams E.XP 4s 48 1 102S Alleghany cv 5s 44 17 92 Vi Alleghany cv 5s 49 11 Sfl'i Am A For P 5s 2030 53 53-?i Am I G Chem 54s 49 4 103Vi Am Int 5V4s 49 8 101 Am T&T 5Hs 43 20 10314 Am T & T 3Vis 66 31 108 Anaconda Cop 4V£s 50 6 10474 Arm Del 4s 57 3 105% Arm Del 4s 55 10 105 Vs AT&SF4S95 21 109V4 A C Line 1st 4s 52 14 74-K. B & O 95 st A 36 38 B & O S W 50 st 16 44'.4 Bell T Pa 5s 48 B 1 112S Bell T Pa 5s 60C 2 132 Vi Beth Stl 3'is 65 1 104-Ti Boston & Me 5s 67 3 75 Bkly Edis 3Vis 66 3 108«i Can Nat 5s 69 Oct 6 94 S Can Nat Ry 44s 51 7 9174 Can Nat Ry 4V4s 56 1 91S Can Nat Ry 4Hs 57 7 91H Can Nor 6',-is 46 10 103-V. Can Pac 4',4s 60 12 65'i Can Pac 4s perp 2 54 Vi Cen N Y Pow 3*s 62 4 106»i Cen Pac 5s 60 22 49 Certain-td 5V4s 48 6 87 C & O 4V4s 92 C B & Q 4V4S 77 C B & Q 4s 58 42 S4'i Chic Gt West 4s 59 39 3174 C M S P & Pac 5s 75 96 6V4 Chi & NW cv 4«is 49 20 IS CRI & P 4Hs 52A 4 8S Columbia G 5s 52 May 4 104V4 Comwl Ed cv 3Hs 58 24 115Vi Con Edis 3Vis 48 16 105 Consum Pow 3Vis 70 Cuba No Ry 5Hs 42 D & R G 4s 36 Duquesne Lt 3'£s 65 Gen Stl Cast 5Hs 49 Goodrich 4Vis 56 Gt Nor Ry 5Vis 52 Hudson Coal 5s 62A Hud & Man rfc 5s 57 36 111 Cen 4 s is 66 51 Interlake Iron cv 4s 47 3 Int Hydro El cv 6s 44 4 Int Pap 5s 47 ' " Int T & T 5s 55 Loir CloM 1H2S 102S 91H 91V4 80 SO 52 !4 52 Vi 103 ins 101 101 103 H 103 V4 107-Tt 3077. 101V4 10474 1054 105 & 105Vi 105'i 109V4 1094 74H 744 36»i 36% 44 44 112=4 112S 1324 132V4 104& 104»i 75 75 108% 108 % 94 H 94 4 91Vi 9174 91S 91% 9154 914 103 103 65 65V4 54Vi 54 "4 106"i 106-U 47% 47»t 87 87 73 30 2 10954 4 16% 22 7% 3 107 5 i 17 86'/4 9 10554 4 WSti 27 45 *i 4054 98 47 10 103W 73 38 11 K C Term 4s 60 9 108 Loews 354s 46 4 104 Louisia & Ark 5s 69 14 8554 " ' 73 83 V4 30 5% 5^4 IVi 1% 8V4 8S 104 V4 104 V4 114 ?i 114% 104% 105 1094 109 H 16S 16S 7S 7% 107S 107% 86Vi 86Vi 104% 104S 1064 106r« 26V4 26V4 45 Vi 45 Vi 39 39 98 98 47 -47 103Vi 103V4 37 37 95 14 2 49 S 3 43 43 14 13 2654 12H 154 20 154 8 105 30 63 68 57H M K Tex 5s 62A M K Tex a.1 5s 67 M K Tex 4Vis 78 M K Tex 1st 4s 90 M K Tex 4s 62B Mo Pac cv SHs 49 Mo Pac 5s 77 Mo Pac gen 4s 75 Natl Steel 3s 65 NYC rfe 5s 2013 NYC 44s 2013A — _ NYChi&StL 54s 74A 22 68 NYChl&StL 4Vis 78 68 56V4 Niagara Sh cv SHs 50 1 102S Nor Pac 4s 97 38 784 Nor Pac 3s 2047 4 42% Pac G & E 3%s 61 6 310% Pen P & Lt 44s 74 23 108% Pen RR gen 5s 68 2 115V4 Pen RR en 4Vis 60 7 121% Penn RR gen 4Hs 65 20 107% Pen RR 4Hs deb 70 30 92V4 Pen RR gen 4Vis 81 25 102% Phelps Dodge 3V4s 52 2 107 Phila Co 5s 67 9 107V1 Rem Rand 4'4s 56ww 10 104Vi 108 104 84% 13 4 13 25 12 V4 108 104 13 25 12 V4 1H !?!$ CHICAGO CHICAGO, Feb. 14—(USDA)—Salable hogs 10.000: total 12.500; active, strong to 10 higher than Thursday's average: •pots UD more on 180-220 Ibs. average: top 8.20: bulk eoort and choice 1SO-240 IBs. 7.90-8.15. mostly 8.00: most 240-270 Ibs. butcher* 7.SO-8.00: 270-330 Ib. averages 7.60-90; good packing sows 400 Ibs. down mostly ~.(K)-25. with 425-550 Ib. kinds 6.75-7.00. Salable rattle 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 concen- trate-zraln fed 1.082 Ib. averages at inside price: good grade light South Dakota fed steers 11.75 and better than average good 1.031 Ib. Illinois fed yearlings 12.8T: latter price top for day: not enough heifers here to make a market: odd Iota 8.50-10.00: moderate runs cows 6.00 down on cutters with beet cows 6.50-7.50; supply welt cleaned UD: bulls 7.85 dotvn, all weight* wanted: choice vealers up to 14.00: meouim to good kinds continuing to bring 11.0013.00: stock cattle fully steady. Salable sheep 3,000: total 4.000: late Thursday fat Iambs closed mostly IS higher; few loads good to choice handy weight fed westerns 10.50-60 to shippers: too 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: todav's trade, little done early on fat lambs: askine stronger or above 10.50 on eood to choice fed westerns: early bids around steady: package good native Iambi sold fully steady at 10.40; ewes firm, load good to choice fed western ewes 6.00. DENVER DENVER. Feb. M-i(USDA)—Cattle: Salable and total 100: calves: salable and total 50: generally steady but mostly nominal with activity on calves and vealers: few common to medium cows 6.006.50: canners and cutters 5.00-5.75: bull* 6.50-7.25: vealers 13.00 down; other classes practically absent. Hogs: Salable 200: total 1.800: unevenly steady to 10 higher, mostly steady to a shade higher than yesterday; heavy butchers and sows not quotably Improved? eood and choice 180-270 Ibs.. 7.60-7.83: early top 7.85 to small killers: few 270300 Ibs.. 7.35-7.75: good and choice 160180 Ibs.. 7.35-7.S5: medium to good light lights 6.75-7.00: sows 6.25-6.50; few choice lightweights 6.75. Sheep: Salable 2,300: total 2.825: fat lambs opened about steady: 2 doubles good and choice Colorado fed lambs 10.00 memo: some held above 10.35 freight paid: few trucked-!n Iambs 9.90: small lot medium 52 Ib., trucked-in feeding lambs 9.00. Socony-Vac 3s- 64 Sou Pac 4Hs 68 Sou Pac 4Hs 81 So Pac clt 4s 49 South Ry 6Vis 56 South Ry gen 6s 56 Studebaker cv 6s ' 1 10554 55 4454 90 445i 44 80S 75-11 Un Pac 1st 4s 47 Unit Drug 5s 53 Utah P & L 5s 44 Warner Bros 6s 48 Western Un 5s 51 Wheel Stl 454s 66A Wilson & Co 4s 55 16 25 . 10 45 4 12 312S 9 S5V4 1 104V4 2 94% 9 74% 5 105S 7 1064 Young S & T cv 4s 48 S 10254 19 Vi 104S 104S 62 62 H 56 56 67V4 b7 ; . 54 Vi 54 »i 102S 102 78 7» 42% 42% 3104 1104 1084 108 H 315V4 115S 121 Vi 1214 107 107 9i% 91S 102 102' 107 107 107 107 104 104 105H 105H 43S 43S 43V4 43V4 43 43 79 79 75 75VI lOOVi 100H 3124 112S 85 85 104V4 104V4 94% 94% 74 74 105S 105S 1064 1064 102V4 102S FOREIGN BONDS Argentine 454s 71 5 6754 6754 6754 Belgium 6s 53 Brazil 8s 41 Canada 5s 52 Ger Gov 554s 65 Ger Gov 7s 49 1 5154 5154 5m 27 19 18% 13% 98% 93% 93* 85i Italy 7s 1951 Tokyo El Lt 6s 53 n 84 2 12 12 S 44 44 44 43V4 42 12 44 42 Earnings NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Llbbey- Owens-Ford Glass company reported today for 1940 net earnings of S9.992.766, equal to S3.97 a share on the capital stock. This compared with SS.062.753. or S3.21 a share. In 1939. Cluett Peabody and company, shirt and coliar makers of Troy. N. Y.. reported for 1940 net income of 52,773.849, equal to S3.74 a common share, compared with S3.- 053,200. or 54.16 a share. In 1939. Lima Locomotive Works reported net profit for 1940 was 587,007, compared with net loss of S134.326 In the preceding year. The companv reported It had booked orders for 51 locomotives In the year against 14 booked in 1939. Reynolds Spring company reported for the quarter ended Dec. 31 net profit of S249.272. after charges but before federal excess profits taxes. This was equal to S6 cents a common share and compared with $281.Oil, or 97 cents a share, In the comparable 1939 quarter. Net Income of Southern Natural Gas company in 1940 amounted to $1.892,773. equal to S2.73 a common share, compared with S1.647.7S9. or S2.38 a share, In the preceding year. Western Union Telegraph company In a preliminary report placed 1940 net income at 83,621,581 after federal income taxes, equal to 53.46 a share, compared with S1.3S0.314, or 51.32 a share, in 1939. General Steel Castings corporation and wholly owned subsidiaries reported net profit for 1940 ot $1.106.196 atter federal income taxes, equal after annual dividend requirements on 56 cumulative preferred stock to Sl.ll a common share, compared with 55,661. or 5 cents a share on the S6 preferred, In 1939. Unpaid dividends on the preferred totalled 557 a share on Dec. 31. The company is controlled by American Locomotive company. American Steel Foundries. Baldwin Locomotive Works and Pullman Inc. Plants are In Illinois and Pennsylvania. New York Air Brake company reported 1940 net profit of .Tl.04fi.6jfi after provision of 5450.000 lor excess profits taxes, eoual to S4.04 a share, compared with S747.S5S. or 52.89 a share, in 1939. Plants are in Watertown. N. Y. Poultry And Eggs FURNISHED BY ED WELNICK AND BOH BUYING PRICES Poultry Hens white 254 to 3 Ibs. Hens white over 3H Ibs. Hens colored 3V4 to 454 Ibs. Hens colored 454 to 554 Ibs. Broilers. 1 to IVi Ibs. Fryers, white l?i to 254 Ibi. Fryers, white 154 to 1%. Ibs, Fryers, colored 154 to 2 Ibs-. Fryers, colored 2 to 2V4 Ibs. Fryers, colored 2H to 3 Ibs. Roasters soft-bone 3 Ins. and over Stags Capons Guineas. you_ Ducks, white young. 454 Ibs. and up Ducklings, all others. Geese, young Souabs over 1 Ib. each Turkeys prime No. 1 torn* Turkeya prime No. 1 hens Turkeys, prime No. 2 torn* Turkeys, prime No. 2 hens Rabbits, young 2 to 3% Ibs. Rabbits, young 3% to 454 Ibs. Rabbits, old Eggs N'o. 1 large whits No. 1 medium No. 1 small white S'o. 1 large colored Vo. 1 medium colored 1 small colored Metal Market MEW YORK, Feb. 14—(AP)— Copper steady; electrolytic spot Connecticut valley, 12.00; f. a. s. New York 10.50-12.00. Tin firm; spot and near-by 51.12 5S; forward 51.12 V«. Lead firm; spot New York 5.65-5.70; forward 5.50. Zinc firm; East St. Louis spot and forward 7.25. Pis 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 36.00. Chinese wolframite, duty paid, 25.00-26.00. Domestic scheelite, 31.00. .12 J5 J.7 .20 if it .21 - JO as .11 .10 .13 .05 .22 .19 J7 J5 LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 14—(UP)—Butter: Extras 33, prime firsts 32. standards 314, undergrades 30. Large eggs—Candled clean extaui 22. candled light dirty extras 21, candled clean standards 20. candled light dirty standards 19. candled checks 18. Medium eggs—Candled extras 19, candled ight dirty extras IS. candled clean itand- ards 17, candled light dirty standards 16, candled checks 17. Small eggs—Candled extras 16, candled light dirty extras 16. case count 19. Western cheese—Triplet Daisies 15tt, Longhorns 16, loafs 164. Poultry prices—Hens, Leghorns, 2V4 to 3Vi Ibs.. 14: over 3Vi and up to 4 Ibs.. 14: over 4 Ibs. and up. 15: hena, colored, 4 to 5H Ibs.. 21: over 54 Ibs. and up. 20: broilers. IVi and up to 1% Ibs.. 19; over 1% and up to 2Vi Ibs.. 20: fryers. Leghorns, over 2V« and up to 3 Ibs., 15; colored. 2V4 and up to 3Vi Ibs.. 16: colored over 3V4 and up to 4Vi Ibs.. 17; roasters, colored, over 4Vi Ibs. ana up, 18: stags, colored. 14: old roosters, colored. 11: Leghorns. 09; ducklings. Pekln, over 5 Ibs. and up. 19; under 5 Ibs., 18: old ducks, white Pekin, 08; ^eese, 15: voune torn turkeys, 14 Ibs. ana under 2O bs.. 13: 20 Ibs. and up. 12: young hen turkeys. 9 Ibs. and under 11 Ibs., 16: 11 Ibs. and up. 16: old hen turkeys. H: old torn turkeys, 11; capons. 6 to 8 Ibs., 24: over S Ibs. and up. 24: rabbits. No. 1 white 3H to 4H Ibs.. 15; mixed colon. 34 to 44 Ibe., 13: rabbits, woolly, 06; \o. 1 old. 06. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14—(AP)—Butter receipts 894,390: steady: market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 18.8S6; market demoralized ny government action: fresh graded, extra. firsts, local 16%. cars 17-17V*, first. local 16Vi. cars 16%-17: dirties 14Vi; other prices unchanged. Poultry live. 31 trucks: steady to flrm; broilers 24 Ibs. and down, colored 18. Plymouth Rock 19. White Rock 19; other prices unchanged. KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY, Feb. 14— (AP)—Egzs 15V4: 'current receipts 144. Other prices unchanged. 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. Russia, Japan Buy U. S. Lard NEW YORK, Feb. 14—(AP)— Food 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 three weeks totaled around 6,000,000 pounds, these quarters calculated. Trade reports Indicated Japanese-Russian inquiries were circulating for another 800.000 pound* " -

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