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1941 (Section Two) Page Five OF WORST TUMBLES IN MONTHS IS TAKEN Vi STOCK MARKET Issues Drop _ , . / . -r, > Acme Stl 4 Feb. 14—(AP)— Adams Exj 40e v took one of Addressog 1.20 Ihrw as speculative and m- Aiieshany Corp sentiment was lurther; AjicEhan> : Pf xw increasing war tension Allegheny Lud'st and Southeastern; *'„ $»»£ Dye 6. , ,. Allis-Ch Mtg 1'ie dustrials, including Amcrada_Corp 2 is 49 17 4 4Vi aircraft* and "blue. Am Ac Ch Dei 1.20 i the brunt of , £» B^V * prices 1 to 3! Am Can 4 and 'as much 44 „ 4 146Vs 145 145 17 Oi, 5% 514 " -" 2S'., 44 14 Vt *£ 25%- — v- 58 g 29% 45». 14Vi fi'i final hour during: Am & Far Pow t turnover of the & I £ P P # ff ;£ W 40 shares com- the start. then! Am Chicle 4a £. Activity ! Am Coml Alco^ 1 * i comeback but;Am Crystal Sug Vig 2 4 12 1 113 24 57 Am Smelt R Vig 12 , - *» - ! Am Smelt & H p[ 7 2 345 Bethlehem, \oungstownjAm sti Fdrs v.g is 23 1 n_.-;Ki= So.,..,. Roebuck. Am Sugar - - - • shares com_ yesterday, larg- , VUL— since'becember 31. D U Prat lost 5 and Westinghouse Off S to more than 3 were U. S. sied B e t h 1 e h e m, Youngstown sS. Crucible, Sears Roebuck, ?S Carbide, U. S. Gypsum. Kress, 5 Morris, Great Northern, Sam Can Eastman Kodak, J, S rod Allied Chemical. - declines were shown for «,„„»Jotors. Chrysler, Santa Fe, pSSylvania, General Electric An- SndiEennecott, American Tele- Se. Western Union, Consolidat- cva— U. g. Rubber, Douglas and Texas Cor- & F p .... Am Hide & Leather Am Home Pr 2.40 Am Ice Am International Am Locomotive Am M t Fdy .34e Am M Met Am Metal %g Am Pow & Lt Am Pi-L $6pf l%k Am P&L $5pf 1.56k 4 Am Rad & st S .40e 41 Am Roll Mill Ue 23 Am Safetv Razor .80 1 Am Seat ing SVt 9 ,3? ia '> 3H 47 IS 3li 13 12V4 2V4 17 2Vi 39 33 12 H 6 8 39 Vi 113 113 SVi 4% expectations cloud-, although near-ca- oMrations were being mam- ii most centers. Motors unable to get ahead despite *e feet this week's output of new »rs was only slightly under that of le week before. Bonds fell with stocks, dollar j«ns of Australia and Japan weak- alng. Some staples such as tin, abber, zinc and silk shot up suo- jjntially in the forenoon but back- ti away at the last Wheat at Sicago was unchanged to off J A (f a cent a bushel and corn down d to up as much. Cotton receded S to 55 cents a bale. Among curb stocks in arrears tractions to more than 3 points we Colts Patent Fire Arms, Vene- luelan Petroleum, Bell Aircraft, Bumble Oil, American Cyanamid 3," Lake Shore and Phoenix Securities. Trades here approximated 196.000 shares versus 179,000 yesterday. TThii Block! DM iinnca Mma Friday Thursday [gar Ref Vig Am Sumat Tob 1 1374 13*4 3 46 Vi IH 35i 12 '» 12 V4 2V4 16 2Vi 39 32 V4 6 12 6 S 37 % 142 21 Vi 13 Vi 13 '4 4% 3^ ii 131» J5 3 46 Vi IH 33» 12'» 12Vi 2Vi 16 2Vi 39 33 6 12 6 8 37 Ti 142 21 Va 13U .13 J? El Storage Bat' 2 Kr.'JuiH-iOui 3 Kn.; Pi j Service Erie R R Erie 1 pf Evans Produrts Ex-Ce!l-0 2.30e Exchange Buffet 1 1 Ifi 13 % H <• Sill 9 KVfi 6 6 3 26'i» 26 26 2 Vi Vi * F Fairbanks Morse \-a 3 38 36 36 >cd Lt & Traction la 2 12 32 12 Fed Mnc & Smelt 2e 2 22 22 22 Fed Mot Truck 43 3 3 Firestone T t- R Vig 9 1HH 16 151 Fircst 1 & R pf i injvl io".i ]f°;; First Nat Strs 2Vi 1 39V» 391 ~~ : Flintkote le 5 12 7 » !•'% Food Machinery 1.60e 2 27 Vi "7 Foster Wheeler S 14 Vi 13 Vi 70e tJoster Wheeler pf .10120 120 120 Freeport Sulph 2 O Gabril Co A Gen Am Trans 3e Gen Baking .60 Gen Bronze Gen Cable Gen Cigar 1 tGen Cigar pf 7 Gea Elec l.S5e Gen Foods 2 tGen Mills 5% pf S Gen Motors >ig Gen Out Advert 6 Gen Out Advert A 2k 5 Gen Ry Signal Vie S Gen Real & util 1 Gen Refract IVie 8 Gen Thea Eq .S5e 10 Gen T i- Rub Vsg 7 Gillette Sat R lOD) S 7 6V, 5 3T, 2 4Vi 1 IS .5(1 128 120 32H 20 35H IH 1% SVi 3Vi 4Vi 4Vi 18 38 128 128 30H 30% 34 34 .1(1 131Vi 131Vi 131 "i Gimbel Bros Klidden Co le Gobel (Adolf) Goebel Brew .20 Goodrich (BF) Vie 421 4 41 Vi 12 •?» 12 Vi 11 Vi 3-H 5!4 13 '.i 41 Vi 4 P, aft 12 Vi 11 3Vi SVi 13 1 T 4 40 12 Vi 23(1 12 Vi 11 SVi SVi 13 Pfeiffer Brew 1 Phelns Dodge *.ig Philco Corn %e Philin Morris 3 Phillips Pet 2 Pitt Scr & Bolt -45e 9 tPitt Steel pr pf .10 Plymouth Oil l.SOe Pour & Co B Pressed Steel Car Procter & Uam 2 Pub Scv NJ 2.40 Pullman 1 Pure Oil Vie ~ C Bak Vig 3-Jli 6 9 6 24 12 17 21 74 xd2 R Radio C of Am .20g 103 4 12 1 4 4 4 6 121 11 74 3HV4 SVi 61 15 lOVj 6 7 27 Vt 11 73 36 5*4 61 14 H 6 D% 52 U 27 22 Vi 10 Vi regular : rate'."~'hA;ash'"or "s'tockf Accumulated dlv. paid this Clo»e l ' nder """• 39 Vi £* AM^m 8 U i Alum Co Am pf I Am Centrifugal A m f r*** year. - - ----- . With warrant 36 5% 61 Am Cyan B Am Gas & El 'm Gen A A Salri In Hit. HJcb 3 5Vi 2 138 .50 113 H 1 VI 32 27 3 Lnw Close 5'i •_ . 137 Vj 137 Vi 113 Vi 113 Vi Radio cv pf 3',i Radio-Kelth-Orph 4Vi 59 P.aybesto-.Man IVie 1 ISVi Uavunier Inc 4 13'.i Heading Co 1 4 12?, Reming Rand .20g Reu Motors ct 611 !!epub Steel .-iOe 121 17% 16% Revere Copper & Br 6 8% SV» Reynolds Metals .30e 2 10% 10U Revnolds Tob B Ug 14 32% 32 Richfield Oil Vie 15 7% 7V1 Roan Ant Cop .63e 1 4H 47i S Safeway Stores 3a 6 39 Ii 39 tSafe St 5re pf 5 3.30 111V4 110 St Joseph Lead Vig 3 34% 341 <,. 52 vl 10 Vi 5s ISVi 13 Mil iltlM Vtx 1941 hiihl Km 732 113 630 4 294 JMdungi Way taith ago ' SO (low PRM AvefBcM It 15 15 80 tint Kaik I til St«ck« Dl.S D.6 D.6 D1.2 55.6 15.4 33.0 39.B 57.4 16.0 33.6 41.0 .6LS 17.2 35.1 43.li *71.7 19.0 39.3 50.2 63.9 17.7 35.5 45.11 74.2 S2.3 20.5 13.0 40.6 30.9 1938-39 1932-37 1927-» CTT 51.7 S 33.7 75.3 16.9 7T.45 27.47 BCult 19.20 19.25 iStockl 40.91 40.94 C Bondi nllrwdi rallroadi » PuWic otilltiei ' InduWili 26.53 1S.R4 39.S2 26.54 1>.tl2 tOIf. 107.20 tO.ll ., . . .-. HvtlUi. Mroadl B Stockt In stocks used In : Today Thursday 105.200/ 75.200 66,«0 4fi.«00 56.000 3R.800 729.600 163,600 averages: Tuesdny 5S.4rm 36.000 24.600 119,600 Personal Loan Record Is Set WASHINGTON. Feb. 14—(AP>— Jmsirmers borrowed and paid «tt more money to industrial Da ™ n g companies making per- OMI and -other consumer loans •« year than ever before. New loans totaled $535,800,000 M repayments $504,700,000. At me end of the year, loans still ™afluing totaled $287,700,000, or wont J30,pOO,000 more than at ™.besinning of the year. J-M rammerce department, after j™7«y «t small loans, noted that w U«0 loan total was about a»,00p,000 larger than in 1929, about $47,000,000 more than 11939. Copper Shipping High Mark YORK, Feb. 14-(UP)Wa shipments by domestic pro* £«w set an all-time high during JBjgr at 119,736 tons, an increase ons over the peak of 112,- ertablished in December, fe ..,er Institute reported to- stockg of copper dropped • luring January to 116,close of the month, rf copper were off combined with the metal stocks rep- ase of 36,379 tons ground. U S. Bonds ife. ion TRKAKIIRY S»lp. In 11.000 High Lntr CloM> 1 102.2 30-J.l' 11)2.2 1 307.2 1117.2 307.2 2 lrtK.2 30H.2 30K.2 3 112.10 11-J.10 112.30 12 1111.14 110.11 310.34 1 319.6 319.K 33!I.K 115 304.'Jfl 1()4.2H 1114.2* 50 307.Ifi 307.3R 307.1H 100 105.15 305.15 105.15; 1 103.1S 303.38 303.3S1 3 103.9 303.5 lOH.b ' 9 ins _ 3(17.27 107.27 5 .25 106.25 1 102.1S 102.38 102.18 5 301.30 jm.Sf) 301.30 85 inoii 100'-» lOOVi o S1.9R3.495,- balance included 51.240.- rweipis tor month r or fiscal year f July i: expenditures S6.7R1,- 01 expenditures 53.313. -'AP-Lard tierces Am TCI & Tel 9 12 361 V4 160Vi 160V« Am Tobacco 5 5 fiS% 6SV4 6S*i Am Tob B 5 13 69Vi 68 6S' Am Type Fdn 11 5V 5 5 Am Wat Wks 63 SH S 5 Am Woolen 31 7 fii; c% Am Zinc L 4 S 12 6 5H 5'i Anaconda 2e 79 23 22Vi 22H Andes Copper 1« i 914 9^ 94 A P W Paper j TV i«i is? Armour Del pf T 1 HI 111 ui Arm 111 30 4% 4« 414 Arm III pr pt 9 53% 5t 51 Armstrong Cork Vg 1 29 29 29 Artloom Corp Vig i 5 5 5 Assd Dry Goods 5 6H 5H 5^4 A'chTi-SFle 78 20J, 19% 19% Atch T & S F pf 5 7 63 62 Vi 62Vi At! Coast Line 21 15V4 13Vi 13Vi Atl Refining 1 2 21 % 21 S "*1 S Atlas Corp Vie 20 6% 6S 6H Atlas Tack .15g 4 6Vi 6>i 6% Aviation Corp 84 4 3% SH Bait Loco ct 59 14H 13\ 14 Bait & Ohio 13 3Vi 3'i 3'i Bait & Ohio pf 7 4% 4% 4% Barber Asph Vi« 9 SS R 8 Barker Bros %e 4 6% 6H 6% Barnsdall Oil .Ing 21 8 7% 7% Bath Ir Wks %e 54 21% 2ns 20=-, Bavuk Cigar »«g 5 28 -27T; 27 T i Beatrice Cream la 2 22H 22H 22'i Beldinc-Hem .SO 2 7H 7Vi 7H Bendix Aviat 3g 38 33'. 33 33'i Bencf Ind Ln l.SSe 4 19H 19H 19S Beth Steel 3Vjg 64 78 75% 75'i Beth Steel pf 7 4 12* 123 "i 123 >i Bicelow-Sanf lg • 5 "4% 24Vi °4Vi Black & Derlter 1» 1 IS IS IR Blaw-Knox Vie 10 S 7S 7S Boeing Airplane 48 15 14H 14", Bohn AI & Brass 14s 5 3O 29V» 29V» Borden Co .30g 12 19Mi 19 19 Borg-Warner .40g 13 3R% 17% 17% Bridgeport Braes %• 19 30Vi 10 10 Briggs Mfc 2>ie 24 20V, 39% 194 Bkl™-Man Tr 19 SH 5% 5\ BWvn Un Gas S 12K 12S 12% Brunswick-Balke ME 6 21 20"i 20% Buc\TUS-Erie ,15g 9 9Ti 9H <*ii Budo Mfc 28 3 si 3Vi 3V4 «Budd Mfg pf S.30 53 51 31 Budd Wheel .20g 19 6Vt 5% 5«, Bullard Co 2e i 264 asvj 264 Burling Mills 1 . R 1R% 16% 16% Burr' Add Mach .ISg 19 8'i 8 R Butler Bros .15g 4 4% 4"4 4% Butte Cop & Zinc 1 3H 3Vi 3V4 Byers A M Co 3 SVi 8 8 C Callahnn Z-Lcnd 5 m 1 1 Calumet i- Hec Ir 13 6Vi 6 6 Campbell Wyant .3Sg 2 11% 11 S 11 H Can Drv G Ale .60 9 32V. 11H 11H Canad Pacific IB SVi 3H 3V4 Cannon Mills 2 3 38 37 37 Case JI Cn 3e 5 46Vi 43 43 Caterpll Tractor 3 4 44 43Vi 434 Celanese Corp 1%« 12 24'i 234 214 Cerro de Pas lg 15 294 2R 28 Certain-teed Prod 74 3% 3% Checker Can 3 13 324 l.< Chet * Ohio S» 20 40V. 39'i SH'i Ches Corp 4 2?i 2'« 2Ti ChiyMall' Or %• 37 6% «% Chi Pneu Toor 17 104 10 10 Chi Rk Js & Pac 1 Vt Vi V4 C R I A Pac 6% pi 2 Vi H Vk 'Chile Con 4g .20 23V4 234 234 Cnrj-fler Corn IHg 35 64 63% 634 Citv Ice & Fuel 1.20 S 30% 10H 10'« OH- Stores 4 2H 2Vi 24 Clark Equip 3%« ' 1 32'i 32% 32Vi Clev Graph Br 2e 2 2S>4 28 28 Climax Molvb 1.20a 11 27% 2SH 1'6'A Cora-Cola Se S 95 93H 93V* Cora-Cola A3 1 fil fil 61 Coirate-Palm-P Vis. 8 114 31Vk 13V4 Collins t- Aik 2%g 15 29V« 2R 28 Colum Bd'rast .45g 3 19Vi 164 1S4 Colum G & EJ .10g PS 4 3H 4 Colum Pict 95 4% 4% Colum Barbon 1C 1 77 77 77 Coml Credit 3 IS 29V4 29 29H Coml Invest Tr 4 2 35H 354 354 Coml Solvents Vie 29 9 BH 8H Comwlth & South 50 U H « Com &- South pf 3 K 49% 49V4 49V4 Comwealth Edis l.SO 30 2S't 2FVi 2S% Congoleum Nairn 1 3 174 17 17 Consol Aircr 2e 11 24% 23 23 Consol Cigar 3%e 6 13% 12H 12H Cons Coppermin Vie 30 6 5T4 6 Cons Ed'sQn 2 51 21H 21 21 Cons Edison pf 5 4 106% lOSVi 106% Cons Laundries 4 2* 2H 2»k Consol Oil Vig 24 5H SH SH Consoln Coal 13 3 A Container Corp «K 3 13V4 13 13 Cont Bak A 10 RV4 7« 'H Cont Can 2e 7 37 36 36 Cont Diam Fib 1 77% 7* 7% Cont Ins 1.60a 5 35% 3.1% 3aV» Cont Motors 139 3V. 2'. 3 Cont Oil Del 1 12 18 J.V4 li}4 Conperweld Stl .80 2 144 14V4 MV4 Corn Products 3 10 454 44% 447. Cotv Inc Vie H «}• ,< A Crane Co .SO. 19 164 16 16 Crown Cork A S Me 7 23% 22 *£ 22^ •tCrown Zeller pf 5 10 8R 88 68 Crucible Steel 28 3«% 37V4 374 Cuban-Am Sugar 1 3% 3% 3% Cudahy Pack 3 14V. 14 14 Cuneo Press IVi 2 22Vi J2 22 Curtis Puhllshg 3 IVi IJi I}* Curtis Pub pf %k 1 44% 44% 44 ; , Curtis Pub pr Pf 34 34VJ 32% 32;* CurtiKS-Wrisht Vfe 167 8 <3» ' « Curtiss-Wr A 2 S 26Vi 25;* JSV» Cutler-Hammer IVie 1 IS Is 18 D Deere & Co IVie 8 19V4 19J4 WU Deere & Co pt 1.40 2 27% 27H 27% Del & Hudson 21 104 9H 9H Del Lack & West 18 2% 2H 2H Den & Rio G W pt 1 H H » Detroit Edison 2g 1 1OS 1J8 108 tDevoetRay A Mg .90 14J4 14 14 Diamond Match %g 2 274 27 .1 Diam Match pf IVj 1 39% 39% 39-4 Dist Corp-Seag h2.22 4 36V4 l«Vi 164 Dome Mines h2 6 15 » IS Douglas Alror Se 17 _^,. 534^ 124% du^^ont^'de N* 7e 22 144 140V4 140Vi la& A ^6^lpl| H i;f Kl Auto-Lite 3 31 ^« 10 it 19\4 Elec Boat .SOe €3 ^^^ nu 45 iipo 0 w'&LtS6pf.SOe2 25V4 25 25 uoodyear T4-R lUe 16 16?, 16'.i 164 Goth Silk Hosiery 2 14 I'i m Graham-Paige Mot 56 {| % % Granby Con Min .15g 2 5 4% 4% Grant (WT) -1.40 7 32% 32 32 Gt Nor Ir Ore ct 3%e .3 13% 1:14 1:14 Gt -Northn Ry pf 4e 44 234 22 22 Gt West Sug 2 1 20% 20H 20il Greyhound Corp la 28 114 11 11 Guantan Sugar 2 1% IVi l*i Gulf Mob & Oh pf 3 94 9 9 n garb-Walker Hg 4 21H 21 21 Hayes JIfg n 2S 2"4 "'i Hecker Prod .60 2 6% 6% 6% Hercules Motor le 1 12>i 12Vi 12'i Holland Turn 2a 1 264 264 264 Homestake Min 4V4 12 46 43Ti 43;. Houd-Hershey A 2V4 1 36 36 3B Houd-Hershey B IVie 4 114 11 'i 11 'i Houston Oil 11 3% 34 3'- Howe Sound 3a 2 32% 30% 30% Hudson & Man 1 A A A Hud Bay M&S h2e 5 36*1 16H 16^ Hudson Motor 10 3% 34 34 Illinois Central 26 6% 6Vi 6'i 111 Central pf 2 33% 134 33% Indust Rayon 2 3 24 23% 24 Inger-Rand IV'g 5 10.1 99 <N Inland Steel 4 4 814 79 79 Inspirat Copper Vie 24 104 9% !)% Interlake Iron 64 84 7% 7% Int Bus Machines 6a 2 147 14«4 146^. Int Han-ester 1.60 36 4SVfc 464 4S4 Int Hvdro Elec A 9 3% IS IH Int Mer Marine 26 74 7 7 Int Mining .40e 9 3*i 34 34 Int Nick Can 2 K2 21% 234 234 Int Paper & Pow 90 12 11 11 Int P«P k Pow pf S 17 59 57% 57% Int Silver 3 264 254 254 Int Tel & Tel 18 2 2 2 Interst Dept Strs .15c 1 64 64 64 J Jewel Tea 2.40 2 404 404 404 Johns-Manville 2%e 4 56Vi 55 55 TJohns-lIanville pj 7 ,50 127 127 127 K Kennecott Cop 2%e 47 324 31 31 Kresse IS S) 1.20a 11 22 22 22 Kress (S H) 1.60 222 234 22 «i 224 Kroger Grocery 2e 14 25V. 24 ?i 24:. Lambert Co «ig 2 12V4 12V4 124 Lee Rub 4 Tire %g 7 25 21 24 LehjRh Port C 14 4 22 21 21 Leh Val RR 1 1% IH I'i Lehman Corp 1 5 21 20% 20% Llb-O-F Glass 34e 6 35U 35 35'4 Libby McN" & L 4e 174 6Ti 6Vi 64 Liggett Mv B 4a 2 90 90 90 Lima Locomotive 4 24 23 23 Lion Oil Rcf 1 6 30% 91 30 Liquid Carbonic la S 15 14% 15 Lockheed Airc lV4e 2S 22% 2ns 20S Loew's Ine 2a 32 31% 30% 30 '» Loew's Inc pf 6Vt 1 1"SS 10SS 108% Loft Inc 4e 57 15% 144 344 Lone Star Cem 3a 31 3fi% 3R<i 36% Loose-Wil Biscuit %g 1 14 34 34 Louisv & Nash 2g 4 64 61 61 Louisv GiE A IVi 28 IS 17H 175i M Mack Trucks 14e 17 26'i 25 25 Macy (R HI 2 5 24 23% 23H Magma Copper 2He 1 27 27 27 Marine Midi .10g 20 4% 44 4H Marshall Field .40 13 14% 14 14 Martin G L Co 2t 13 21% Zl 23 Martin Parry 22 S'i S 84 Masonite Corn 1 2 25-, 25 4 254 Mathieson Alfc 1V4 2 26 25'i 25i t Mavtag Co .I5e 1 24 24 24 McCrory Stores la S 144 13S 13»i McGraw Elec la 3 22% 224 22'.> Mclntvre Pore h2.22a 3 31 31 31 McKess & Rob 20 3% 34 3Vi McKess & Rob pt S 24 S 244 244 McLcllan .Sirs .40g 4 6V» 6Vi 6U Me-ta Machine Vig 2 30% 30 3() Miami Copper .45e 4 74 74 7Vj Mid-Cont Pet .SOe S 13% 13Vi 1J4 Midland SU Prod Hg 3 33 3H% 30% Mlnn-Mollnc 1 3% 3'i 3% Mission Corp «e 2 94 9$ 94 Mo-Kan-Texas pf 2 IVi 14 IH Mohawk Carpet IVie 1 134 134 13Vi Monsanto Chem 3e 10 784 77 77 Montgom Ward 4g 22 35 A 35H 354 Motor Products le 3 94 9 9H Motor Wheel 1.60 S 16 15V4 154 Mullins MfE B 2 3«4 3S 3* Murray Corp Vi« 20 6H 5:4 a:. N Nash-Kelvlnator 27 4% 4V4 44 tNash Chat & St lg .50 17 144 144 Nat Acme le 10 IB 17% 17% Nat Aviation %• 6 »% 8 h <at Biscuit 1.60 12 174 17 1< •Cat Cash Reg 1 6 12% 12H 12S S'at Dairv Pr .80 11 33 13 13 Nat Dept Stores 7 SVi 5 5 Nat Distillers 2 11 204 20 20 Nat Gypsum .40e 16 7 6% «% Nat Lead 4a 27 15'i 1SJ« 15|» ^at Pow & Lt .60 S 6% 6% R'A \-atl Steel 3 3 57% 564 564 Vat Supply 1J 5 ^ J., ?,. NJat Tea 9 4% 4H 4% \;ltom" Co. la 1 flH 9S 9S NewmonP'llltn 1 IVie 1 25% 25% 25% Newport Indust .3ne 11 6% 6li 6H Ne\™t News Ship .40g 20 21% 20% 20% N Y Air Brake 4g 2 37 35 3o N Y Central RR 15S 12«4 12 32 N Y Chi & St L pf 16 27% 25 25 N Y N H & H 10 Vi H S N Y ShipbSlding le 34 28 244 24V4 No Am Aviat IVie 59 14 124 324 North Amer Co 1.20 39 15% 15 ID Northern Pacific 34 6Vi 5% 5% O Ohio Oil -45e 10 7 6% 6H Oliver Farm Eq Vig 1 14 14 14 Omnibus Corp 1.20 8 9V£ 9 9 OUs Elevator .20g 9 15% 15H 15V4 nils steel 13 8 74 74 Draw-Si Glare Hg 11 «% 42% 43 Pac Ga^^ Elect 2 28 W% 55% 25% Pn Am Ainvavs 27 13V4 12% 12% Param Pictures -20g 130 10% 10 10 Park Utah Con M .IOe 1 ISt 1% 1% Pathe Fitm'.SOe 6 S'i 84 SVk Patino Mines .60g 12 7S <£ 7-% Penlck & Ford 3 1 447» 44% 44,. Pennev (JO 3a 2 78 <8 18 Penn-DIx Cement 1 2% 2V» -'V* Penr.-Dix Cem pf A le 4 37% 37 37 Penn RR IVie 79 23H 22 224 Exclusive Cotton Market Republic Dispatch ¥VFPOK'1-S received from the U. S. Bureau pf Agricultural Eco- RTmte P^S 1 premiums offered on PRESmjM-STAPI^ CX)TTON as noted below. Premiums were compiled from prices at whiTcott" is actually sold, and length, are described to conform Sith tto official standard of the United States New Oriemm m,d- dlllnB 10.03. Staples based on March futures. Strict m,ddl,n B mch 60 points on; 1 1/32 inches 80 points on; 1 1/16 inches 115 points on; 1% inches 215 points on. Demand fair. NKW YORK NEW YORK Feh 14 (AP) — Cotton futures dropped 7 to 11 points todav under domestic and foreign selling inspired by bearish news from New Tork, Washington and Liverpool. _, i- (Furnished By E. F. Button * Co.) CottOn F UtUrCS (Member of New York Cotton Exchange) • ' ' Liverpool New York Jfew Orleans in Pence Open High Low Close Open Close Open Close January 9.58 9-58 9-58 9.58 9-33 9.27 8.24 March 1059 10.31 10.24 10.24 10.33 10.28 8^7 8^2 St L-San Fran pf Schenley Distill Seaboard Air Line Seaboard Oil 1 Sears Roebuck 3a Sorvel Inc 1 Sharon Stl Corp ! i( Shiittuc-k (FG) .40 Shell Union Oil 54 e Silver K Coalit .40 Simmons Co 2e Skelly Oil 1'ie Smith AO Corp Vie Snider Pack 1 Socony-Vacuum l ig So P Rico Sug 1 Sou Cal Edisnn IVja 5 Southern Pacific Southern Ry Southern Ry pf Sparks Withington Sperry Corp Spiccr MfR »»E Spiecel Inc .15E Square D Co 2.80e Stand Brands .40a Std G & E S4 pf Stand Oil Cal 1 Stand Oil Ind 1 Stand Oil N J la Sterline Prod 3.80 Stewart-Warn He Stone £• Webster Vie Studebaker Corp Sun Oil la Sunshine Mnc 1.60 Superior Oil .IOe Swift &Co 1.20a 59 26 50 n 21 2 13 •> 19 8 20 24 59 4 6 15 29 3 6 n s Vi 9H 13 VJ 70!i 11 Vi 11 '* 4Vi 38 19% p M 8% 12% 20 ?j ZQ 4ii 39 110 34Vi 9 6S- 1 ii' Tenn Corp l ie 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 .IOe 2 Thcrmoid Co 4 Thompson Prod VAR 3 "i'hompsnn-Starrett 5 Tide Wat A Oil .60 13 Tid? Wat A O pf 4Vi 2 Timken-Det Axle 3V«e 24 Timken Roll B Vig 2 Transamerica Vi 27 Trans & West Air 4 Tri-Cont Corp 4 Truax-Traer C He 1 Twent C-Fox F 9 Twent C-Fox F pf IVi 2 LVrienvood-EH 2Vi« 12 t'n'iin BaE & P le 33 1'n'on Carbide & ig 39 Union Oil Cal 1 1 Uninn Pacific 6 6 Union Tank Car 9 United Air Lines IS United Aircralt 3Vie 27 United Biscuit 1 2 United Carbon 3 1 fnit-.ii Cci;i 25 United Drue S Unitec Fruit 4 11 United Gas Imp .SO 100 U S Gypsum 2a U S Indus Alco » U S Leather 2 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 46 V S Rubber 1 pf 8 5 U S Sm RS-M pf 3V5 J, U S Steel 3g 210 U S Steel pf 7 I' S Tobncrn 1.96e United Stnres A 32 6H lilt 26'i 33* 59 6H 6Vi &!'» SS 1% 22H 8 SM 3S;i 3 35ti 5\ 3V, 29V4 9H 95 V, 29H 43 4Vi 14 Vi IS 4V» 6 17 30 Vi 10S 63 U 13 Vi 77 '.i 27 13«4 37 Vi 13 48 63 •JVi 61 23 lOu 4% 17 15Vi 14% 8% 16',4 TJI? 19 «? 32 Vi 32 SVi 31 Vi 6 ISVi 25 T, 33 58 Vi BH 6Vi 54'i SVi IVi 22'.i S% 35 271 35 3Ti 2SH 9Vi 98 2SVi 42 1 *, 4H 13'i IH sii 17 3O 9% 60 33Vi 76 Vi 2G_ 34?; 16'i 25 'i 8'.i 11 H 19', l»i 32 U 32 SVi 31 Vi 6 2H 18 Vi SS'i 33'i 58'i 6% 6Vi 6Vii 54 U SVi IVi 22H 35 2Ti 9Vi 9S 42% 4% 17 30 Jli 60 13Vi 7«Vi 26 13 34S 12T» 48 Am Maracalbo Am Superpow Ark Nat Gas Ark Nat Gas A Asso G & El A All Cst Line Co Auburb Cen Mfg Aviation & Tran Baldwin Loco war Barium Sta Stl Bell Airc Bellanca Airc Berk & Gay Furn Bliss E W Blue Ricl K e Bridgcnt .Mac)] Bunk Hill & S Can Marconi Carib Syn Carrier Corp Catalln Am Cen St El Cities Sen-Ice Cities Service pf Colum G & E pt Colum O & G Cons G & E Bal Cons Stl Corp Cont Roll & Stl C«sden Petro Creole Pet Crocker Wh El M Crown Drug Eagle Plch Ld El Bond & Sh El Bond & Sh pf El Bu & Sh S5 pt Equity Corp Fa;rchild Av Ford M Can A Ford Motor Ltd Gen T & R pf A Gler Aid Coal Gt All & P nv Gulf Oil Hecla Min Humble Oil Imp Oil Ltd Ins Co N Am Int Pap & Pow war Int Petrol Jones & Lau Stl Kingston Prod Lake Shore M Lehigh C & N" Lone Star Gal Louis L & K Mesabi Iron Midi Stl n-cum Molybdenum Mt City Cop Mount Prod Nat Bellas Hess Nat Fuel G Nat Rub Mch Nat Sug Ret Nat Tun & Mines N J Zinc NY Shiobd fd sh Niag Hud Pow Nipissing Mns Nor Am Lt & Pow Pac G&E 6 pf Pac P&L 7°» pf Pantepec Oil Ven Pennrood Pioneer Gold Pitney Bowes Pitts PI Gl Potrero Sugar Pratt & Lam Republic Avis. 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Walker (H) C&W Walworth Co Ward Baking pf Warner Bros Pict Warren Bros Wnukesha Motor 1 Wesson O A- S Vie West Auto Sup 2 West Maryland West Union Tel le Westing Air Br ViK b4 1 26 20 9 60 2 WheelinE Steel White .Motor White Rk M Sp 6 19 10 10 10 33 4 15Vi 3V« is" 17 25 19% 20 U 93 26% 1.3% 5S 1% 4", _„ 304 Worthineton P & M 8 IS'.i tWricht Aero 4e .10 91 Wrigley W Jr 3a 2 71 Y Yellow Tr A C IVie 22 Young Spg & W 4 Youngst Sh A T IVie 40 Z Zenith Radio It 7 Zonlte Products 2 44 14'i 2T< 15" 17 24% 184 19% 89 Vi 264 124 Wilcox Oil '& Gas .IOe 2 Wilson & Co Woolworth FW 2.40 13% 104 33% 4% 30 Vi 17 91 70 IS 9% 31% 13 2 26 44 is °4*B 2', 184 13% 90 26 Vi 12 *i 5V» 1% 4S SOVi 91 70 13 9!i 31% 13 SALES STATISTICS Active Block. 124,100 Inactive* 9.R40 Total tod»y 93:1. I'rrvlous dar A42.940 WfTk aco 341,"" Yrar acn <W4, Two yean ago H82.010 Jan. 1 to dale 18,16:1.605 Year acn U,6C3,640 Two nari aro 33.483.758 Sugar Quotations NEW YORK. Feb. 3-1—(AP)—Domestic sugar futures \vere steady today and final prices were unchanged to 1 point higher on turnover oC 9.900 tons. The world list wavered In the last hour March liquidation increased. Final were 1 point lower to Vi higher on . ighe 8. dav. more than anticipated. In the raw market duty when sales of 10.250 tons: March ~.67§. May .73B. A total of 574 notices will be Issued agalnet the March delivery Mon- Cubans were offered" at 3766 to 3.05 cents a pound. Buyers were Interested at 2.97 for near-bv delivery. Refined locally stayed at 4.45 cents a pound. In the .South. refiners raised their price to 4.45 but offered to take business on a day-to-day basia at 4.30 up to February 28. • No. 3 close: March 2.O4B: May 2.08B: Julv 2.13B: September 2.17B; November 2.19B: January 2.1SB: B-Bid. Silver Market NEW YORK NEW YOHK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Bar sliver remained steady and unchanged here today at 3454. LOXDO.V LONDON. Feb. 14—(AP)—Bar silver 23Vid. off A. (Equivalent 42.16 cents). Foreign Exchange TJ NEVV YORK. Feb. 14—(AIM—The !t" n E t ona dollar rose .07 of a cent to the high for the . today as far eastern May July October December 10.28 10.14 9.67 9.64 10.29 10.15 9.68 9.65 10.21 10.06 9.59 10.21 10.06 9.59 957 1030 10.17 9.71 9.67 10.24 10.11 9.64 9.60 8.28 8.28 8.22 8.19 8.33 8.34 8.29 for the year t holders of United States dollar liquidated capital In fear of interruption of communications between the United States and the Orient. The Shanehai dollar Improved .02 of a The Free Argentine peso was down cent. cent. .03 of _ Closing rates follow (Great Britain dollars, others In rents): In 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 buving 9.91 per "",'• «"'nc 9.09 per cent. Canadian dollar in New York open market 16?. per cent discount or 83.37Vi U. S. cents. Europe— Great Britain, official (bankers foreign exchange committee rates), buy- KI M '5v m se "' ne •' M - 04 : "P™ market. cables S4.03: Germany 40.07N: (benevo- 20., n: Finland 2.05N: Greece .68N: r >: 19.77N: Italy 5.06: Portugal u- Sweden 23.S5: Switzerland (X) 23.24: \ucoslavia 2.35M. Latin America— Argentine official 29.77; I r Sv."i. h " : ,_ B S z 'L.."fficial 6.05N. free lent i 5.00N: Mexico 20.70N Far Eai.1—Japan 23 4S- 24.3!): Shanghai 5.67 (Rat<* in Fpnt cables unless ' ' X-For Hong Kong otherwise 29 3 11 1.10 10 8 6 .50 2 2 10 3 IVi 8!t 1 s JE 17 M 78 6% 3Vi 4U IH SH 85 6 J SVi lit 4 1% 8% 85 6 J 16% 78 fi'i. SVi 47i 4% Buying Stems Wheat Drop CHICAGO, Wheat futures Feb. 14—(AP)— purchases associated with flour business and with New York Bonds New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Bond market prices today underwent the sever : est hammering since last fall as trader. |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 am covering Of previous "short" sales UD to 5 among inactive foreign Issues helped to stem the price decline today. Taking a cue from further \yeak- ness of securities, prices dipped !i-'/i cent at the opening but then immediately recovered High-priced domestic loans generally acte< with more restraint but here too declines predominated. The Associated Press average of 20 rail bonds dropped .9 of a point to 60.3 a new 1941 low, and 10 a poir utflitii ies used In rallied stocks pushed \i-Vi cent at times. the compilation averaged .3 ot a poin and, whenj' ower at 99-2. likewise a new bottom this . , temporarily,! • i - lta i salcs amount ed to .57,774,300. pa Upward for net gams of value, compared with SS.BS-JOO yesterday The close was unchanged to Vt lower compared with yesterday, May 79'/4-%, July U-Vt Morn finished '/» off to '/» up, May 60%, July 60%; oats unchanged to Vt down; soybeans l ! /6-l% lower, rye '/s-'/i higher and lar 15 to 18 lower. Southwestern reports indicated leading baking concern took up t 100,000 barrels of flour from Texa and Oklahoma mills for March April shipment and there were re ports of other business althoug no accurate information was avail able. Exporters reported the Unitei Kingdom took about 112,000 bushel of Canadian wheat the past fe\ days to fill cargo space on ship ments from Atlantic ports. Although prices have declinei about 10 cents a bushel from the January peak and now are belov or only slightly above basic loan rates at most principal markets there was no evidence of any dis tressed selling in the country traders said. Due to the light trade, corr price changes were insignificanl Dry corn brought Vx cent more in the spot market but shipping busi ness and country bookings were small. Oats and rye trade was quie although short covering strength ened the latter. Liquidation and stop-loss sellin,. upset lard. Traders attributed par of the selling to dissatisfaction wit] the market's response to recen constructive developments. Range of prices on grain provisions exchange follows: WHEAT: Open High, Low dose May July- Sept. CORN: May July Sept. OATS: May July Sept. SOYBEANS: May .92 July .89 HYE: May July .79 V4 .73%-% .74 Vi .79% .60*4-% .60 Vi .60 fe ,35 VI .32 V» .-§!% Sept Ll .43 Vi .44H .45H _ARD: Mch 6.22 May 6.50 July 6.65 Sept. 6.82 BELLIES: May .61 .60% .60% .354 .324 .314 .93H .90 .43% .44% .45 V> 6.22 6.50 6.65 6.82 .79 .73 H .744 .60% .60 Vi .35 Vi .31H .31% .91 Vi .87% . .454 6.20 6.32 6.47 6.65 .794-% -74Vi-7 .74% .60 H .60 1, .60 Vi .35% .31J4 .31% .91H-% .884 .434 .44% ,45 Vi 6.20 6.32 6.47 6.65 11.15 CCRB DOMESTIC BONDS SaleM In Sl.OOO High Low CIol Ark P & L 5s 56 33 30H* 106Vi lOSVi As El 449 53 20 46% 46 46 Baldw L.6S 50 47 1124 irOVi 109'i Cities Ser 5s 50 33 82% RIVi 81Vi Cit S P & L 54s 49 62 904 90 90 Glen Alden Coal 4s 65 25 S2 81% 82 Inters Pmv 6s 52 2 39% 394 394 Inters Pow 5s 57 24 6R?i 674 674 Nevada Cal E 5s 56 34 30 894 90 Pen Cen P&L 44s 77 1 1044 1044 1044 Scripos 54s 43 Stand G & E 6s 51 Stand P & L 6s 57 Starrett C«-rp 5s 50 Tex El S 5s 60 Tex P i L 5s 56 Unit L * P 7s 75 6 100% 1004 1004 60 774 77 77 42 774 764 76V4 2 22 22 22 5 106Vi 106'i 106 . 3 1074 1074 1074 10 874 86 86 West Newsp Un 6s 44 12 65 64 64 CURB FOREIGN BONDS Russ 5Vi» 1921 1 A A i Western Wool Interest Holds BOSTON, Feb. 14—(AP)—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. "Manufactmers 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 573,000.000 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; % blood combing 44-45; % blood combing 44-45; Vt blood combing 43-44. Michigan and New fwk fleece* Delaine 40-43; 39-41. blood combing Wisconsin, Missouri and average Indiana and New England: H blood combing 39-40; % blood combing 43-44; Vt blood combing 42-43; common and braid 41-42; black, burry, seedy cots 34-35. Scoured basis: Texas: Fine - months selected 1 07-i 10; fine short 12 months 1.021.03; fine eight months 93-95. California: Northern 93-95; middle county 93-95; southern 92-94; fall scoured 90-95; carbonized fine Oregon: Fine and F. M. staple 1.03-1.05; fine F. M. clothing 90-92. Montana'and similar fine staple choice 1.09-1.10; % blood combing 98-1.02; % blood combing 8D-88; Vt blood combing 81-83. Pulled: Scoured: Delaine 1.18- i 9iv A A 115-118' fine A supers ii£l.l£ A supers 1.04-1.07; B supers (choice) 97-98; B supers ?white> 92-95; B supers (stained) 87-89; C supers (average) 86-88. Domestic adult graded: first sort, 80-85?slcond sortf70-72; third sort 6 °F?rst kid, 1.05-1.10; second kid, 90-95; third kid 70-75. . - • • * : --'- nominal: 43- Cape winter firsts, nominal: 4345; kid, 65-67; Turkey fair average, ™L.*1 U J_ firsts 45.47; Cape sum- summer mers. 46-52; bond.) (foreign prices in SIINJfEAPOTJS MINNEAPOLIS.! Feb. 14—(AP)—Whea receipts today 73 care compared with 101 a year ago. Trading basis: Unchanged Quotations Vi cent lower. Cash: No. 1 heavy northern 82Vi: dark northern No 1. 81 Vi: No. 2. SOVi: No. 3. 784-794 Fancy No. 1 hard Montana 85Vi: Minnesota-South Dakota No. 3 dark hard winte 7SVi-80Vii: hard amber durum: 72Vi-77V4 Xo. 1-red durum 71%-72-H. Corn. No. 3 yellow 53V4-55tt: trad ing basis unchanged: quotations unchanged. Oats. No. 3 white 32VJ-33. Barley. 39-56. Hve. No. 2. 47Vi-50%. Flax. No. 1. 1.684-1.734. Sweet clover seed, 3.50-75. Range of prices: WHEAT May Julv September CORN Mav old Mav new OATS Mav Julv RYE Mav Julv FLAX Mav July Seotember High Low 794 78T4 77Vi 77 75 74Vi 55% ° 55% 31% 29 Vi 314 29 Vi 414 41 1.67V4 dcee 794 77 Vi 74Vi 55% 55% 31 Vi 29 Vi 41 Vi 42% 1.67V4 1.66 1.58 WINNIPEG WINNIPEG. Feb. 14—(AP)—Wheat: Close 77 78% High Low May 77% 77 Julv 79Vi 78% Cash wheat. No. 1 hard 74%: No. nonhern 74%: No. 2, 72V4; No. 3, 69Vi No. 2 white oats 33%: No. 3. 31H. OMAHA OMAHA. Feb. 14— <AP>—Cash wheat Xo. 1 dark hard 77; sample hard. 73. Com. No. 3 yellow 544: No. 3 white 88. OaU. No. 2 white 344. Rye and barley, none. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14—(AP)—Cash gram: Wheat No. 2 hard 85Vi. Corn: No. 2 yellow 63V4-64V4: No. S. 614-63V1: No. 4. 58-62: No. 5. 55%-584; No. 5 white 62: sample grade 54-554. Oats: No. 1 red heavy 37%: sample mixed 32: No. 4 red extra ty 37 heavy ry 36: sample •n-ade r«i heavy 324; No. 1 white heavy 384-%: No. 1 white extra heavy 39: No. 2 white 38Vi: No. 3. 37-37Vi; sample grade white 364. Barlev: Malting 5S-66 nom; teed 45-55 nom: No. 2, 63. Coy beans: No. 2 yellow 95Vi-»i: No. 3. 93%-94%: sample grade yellow 874. Field seed per hundredweight nominal: Timothy 4.00: alslke 9.50-12.00: fancy red top 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 irionkey 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 -ompany 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—(USDA)—In the Bo»,on wool market today demand was mostly for the finer grades of South American vools and for wools from Australia and South Africa. There was very little activ- ty in grease shorn domestic \vools and Rales consisted mostlv 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 rend in securities and outside commodity markets caused wool top futures to recede rom early high prices today. Net gains vere maintained in most cases, however, and final prices were unchanged to .5 of cent higher. Mch. 127.5B: May 123.6B: July 11S.6B; Oct. 114.7B. Soot tops 127.5B. B-^-Bid. Crude Rubber NEW YOP.K. Feb. 14—(AP)—Crude rubber futures closed 17-23 lower. OLD: Mch. 20.50: May 20.40. NEW: July 20.00. Smoked ribbed spot 20.H2N. N—Nominal. Among losers of 1 to 3 points or more were Erie 53 at 16%. International Tele ohone 5s at 37. Delaware anil Hudson 4 at 46%. American and Foreign Powe 5s at 52'.i. Pittsburgh and West Virginia 4Vis at 53%. Studebaker 6s at lOOVi and Southern Railway 4s at 57. U. S. governments were slightly mor active than yesterday and ended down 2/31 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. Thee included Japan SVis and 6Vis, New South Wales 5s. Australian 4 Sis and Wurttem burg Electric 7s. BOND AVERAGES Compiled by the Associated Press 30 in 10 in Rails Indust Tjtll Fzn. Net change D.9 D.I D.3 D 4 Friday 60.3 104.6 09.2 40.' Previous day 61.2 104.7 H9.5 41' Month ago 63.3 104.9 101.2 40.1 Year ago 57.7 102.4 96.5 Sl.i 1941 high 62.2 105.3 101.3 11 1941 low 60.3 104.6 99.2 38.L 1940 high 61.4 105.9 100.7 53.5 1940 low 48.3 9S.9 90.3 351 10 LOW YIELD BONDS 113.4 114.0 114.6 114.6 Prev. day Year ago 1941 low 1940 low 113.. 112.5 113.3 Low yield Month ago 1941 high 1940 high Sales In$1,000 High Low Close Adams Exp 4s 48 1 102% 102% 102% Allegheny cv 5s 44 17 924 914 91 Vi Alleghany cv 5s 49 31 80% 80 80 Am & For P 5s 2030 53 53% 52Vi 52Vi Am I G Chem 5V4s 49 Am Int SViS 49 Am T&T 5V4S 43 Am T & T 3Vis 66 4 103Vi 103 8 101 101 103 101 20 10355 103V4 103V4 31 108 107% 107-* Anaconda Cop 4Ks 50 6 1047a 104Vt 104% ' 3 105% 105V4 105«i 10 305V4 lOSVi lOSVi Arm Del 4s 57 Arm Del 4s 55 A T & S F 4s 95 A C Line 1st 4s 52 B & O 95 st A B & O S W 50 st Bell T Pa 5s 48 B Bell T Pa 5s 60C Beth Stl 3!is 65 21 109Vi 109V4 1094 14 74% 744 744 36 38 36% 36% 16 44V4 44 44 1 112% 112%. 112% 2 1324 132Vi 132Vi 1 104% 104% 104% Boston & Me 5s 67 Bkly Edis 3'is 66 Can Nat 5s 69 Oct Can Nat Ry 4Vis 51 Can Nat R»r 4Vis 56 Can NaFRy 4 Vis 57 Can Nor 6Vis 46 Can Pac 4V5s 60 Can Pac 4s perp Cen N Y Pow 3%s 62 Cen Pac 5s 60 Certaln-td 54s 48 C & O 4Vis 92 C B & Q 4V5s 77 C B i Q 4s 58 Chic Gt West 4s 59 __ C M S P & Pac 5s 75 96 Chi .& NW cv 4%s 49 20 CRI&P4V4S52A 4 _ ., Columbia G 5s 52 May 4 1044 104V4 104V4 Comwl Ed cv SVis 58 24 115V4 114% 114% :on Edis 3Vjs 48 16 105 104% 105 ----- 2 109V4 1094 109V4 3 75 75 75 3 108% 108% 108% 6 9454 94V4 94V4 7 91% 91V4 91% 1 91% 91% 91% 7 Sl'A 9154 Sl!4 10 103% 103 103 12 65V4 65 65VS 2 54Vi 54Vi 54Vi 4 106% 106% 106% 22 49 47% 47% 6 87 87 87 2 131«4 13t»4 131H 18 75 73 73 42 S-l'i S3V4 S3Vi -~ 30 5% I'i svt 39 31 Ti 6V4 30 8% Consum Pow 3Vis 70 Zuba No Ry 5Vis 42 D & R G 4s 36 Duquesne Lt SVis 65 Gen Stl Cast 5V*s 49 Goodrich 4Vis 56 Gt Nor Ry 5V4s 52 Hudson Coal 5s 62A Hud & Man rfg 5s 57 36 Til Cen 4%s 66 51 4 16% 16«i 16%. 22 7Ji 7% 7% 3 107% 107«4 107% 17 86V4 86Vi 86% 9 1054 104% 104% 4 106H 1064 IDe* 11 27 26V4 26V4 45% 45% 45V4 40V1 39 39 Interlake Iron cv 4s 47 3 98 98 98 tnt Hydro El cv 6s 44 4 47 47 47 Int Pap 5s _47__ 10 103V4 103V4 103V4 73 38 9 108 4 104 14 85V1 95 14 tnt T & T 5s 55 S C Term 4s 60 Loews SVis 46 Loulsia & Ark 5s 69 M K Tex 5s 62A « K Tex aj 5s 67 « K Tex 4Vjs 78 M K Tex 1st 4s 90 K Tex 4s 62B VIo Pac cv SVis 49 Mo Pac 5s 77 Mo Pac gen 4s 73 Natl Steel 3s 65 NYC rfg 5s 2013 NYC 4Vis 20J3A NYChl&StL SVis 74A 22 NYChi&StL 4Vis 78 68 37 37 108 108 104 104 84% 84% 68 56 Vi 54% N-iagara Sh cv 5V4s 50 1 102% 102% 102% Xor Pac 4s 97 Nor Pac 3s 2047 Pac G &' E 3%s 61 38 7SVi 78 78 4 42% 42% 42% 6 110% 110V4 110V4 Pen P & Lt 4Vis 74 23 108%. 108V4 108V4 Pen RR gen 5s 68 2 115% 115V1 H5V4 Pen RR en 4Vis 60 7 121% 121V4 121V4 Penn RR gen 4Vis 65 20 107% 107 107 Pen RR 4Vis deb 70 30 92V* 91?4 91% Pen RR gen 4Vis SI 25 102% 102 102 Phelps Dodge SVis 52 2 107 107 107 Phlla Co 5s 67 9 107V1 107 107 Rem Rand 4<-is 56ww 10 104V4 104 104 Socony-Vac 3s 64 Sou Pac 4Vis 68 Sou Pac 4%s 81 So Pac clt 4s 49 South Ry 6Vis 56 South Ry gen 6s 56 1 lOSVi 105V4 105V4 55 44V4 43% 43% 90 44Vi 43Vi 43V4 16 44 43 43 25 80% 79 79 10 75% 75 75V4 Studebaker cv 6s 45 4 101% lOOH. 100V4 Jn Pac 1st 4s 47 Unit Drug 5s 53 - .. . . Utah P & L 5s 44 1 104V4 104VS 104V& 12 112% 112V4 112% 9 85% 85 85 Warner Bros 6s 43 Western Un 5s 51 Wheel Stl 4Vis 66A Wilson & Co 4s 55 2 94% 94% 94% 9 74% 74 74 5 105% 105% 105% 7 106V4 106V4 106V4 Young S & T cv 4s 48 5 102V4 102V4 102% Argentine 4Vis 71 Sefgium 6s 55 frazil 8s 41 Canada 5s 52 Jer Gov SVis 63 3er Gov 7s 49 taly 7s 1951 Tokyo El Lt 6s S3 FOREIGN BONDS 67 Vi 51V4 19 98% ll* 44 43% 67H 51V4 18% 98% 8% 12 44 42 67 Vi 51 Vi 13% 98% 8% 12 44 42 Earnings NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—Llbbey- Owens-Ford Glass company reported today for 1940 net earnings of 59.992.766. equal to 53.97 a share on the capital stock. This compared with S3.062,753, or 53.21 a share. In 1939. duett Peabody and company, shirt and oliar makers of Troy, N. Y.. reported for 940 net income of 52.773.849, equal to 3.74 a common share, compared with 53,358,200, or 54.16 a share, fa 1939. Luna Locomotive' Works reported net profit for 1940 was 5S7,007 fc compared with et loss of 5134.32S in the preceding year, 'he company reported It had booked rders for 51 locomotives In the year gainst 14 booked in 1939. Reynolds Spring company reported for he quarter ended Dec. 31 net profit of 249,272, after charges but before federal xcess profits taxes. This was equal to S6 cents a common share and compared with 281,011. or 97 cents a share, in the comparable 1939 quarter. Net income of Southern Natural Gas company in 1940 amounted to 51.892.773, equal to 52.73 a common share, compared vith 51.647.789. or 52.38 a share. In the receding year. Hogs, Lambs Turn Firmer KANSAS CITY. Feb. 14— (USDA)— Hogs. salable and total 1.500: steady to 10 higher than Thursday average: top 7.83 sparingly; good to choice 170-270 Ibs. 7.65SO: 2SO-325 Ibs. 7.50-65: 140-160 Ibs. 7.1550: sows 6.50-85, a lew 7.00; stock pigj 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: atockers and feeders unchanged with a light to moderate carry-over in dealers pens: small lots and a few loads of shortled steers 8.7510.25: medium to good fed heifers 9.50: odd lots fat cows 6.00-7.50: canners and cutters •1.00-5.75; 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 100steady: medium to good 153-220 Ib. truck- ins S.50-75: gc.od to choice to 8.90: off weights down to 7.50: packing sows 6.5075- late Thursday three loads good to choice 2K 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: stood 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 8.00 Calves salable 50; steady; odd vealera to 13.00: choice quoted around 14.00: rew calves 11.00 down. Sheep salable none: good to choice wooled lambs quoted around 10.75; good wooled ewes to 6.75. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14 — (USDA) — Salable hoes 10,000: total 12,500: active, strong to 10 higher than Thursday's average: spots UD more on 180-220 Ibs. average; top 820- bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs. mostly 8.00: most 240-270 . 7.30-8 13. Ibs. butcher* . 7.80-8.00: 270-330 Ib. averages 7.60-90: good packing sows 400 Ibs. down mostly 7.00-25. with 425-550 Ib. kinds fi. 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 Inside* price: good grade light South Dakota led 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* to make a market; odd lots 8.50-10.00: moderate runs cows 6.00 down on cutter* with beef cows 6.50-7.50; supply well " all we" cleaned up; bulls 7.85 down, weight* wanted: choice vealers up to 14.00: medium to good kinds continuing to bring 1X0013.00: stock cattle fully steady. Salable sheep 3,000: total 4.000; late Thursday fat lambs closed mostly 15 higher: few loads good to choice handy weight fed westerns 10.50-60 to shippers: top 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: today's trade, little done early on fat lambs: asking stronger or above 10.50 on good to choice fed westerns: early bid* around steady: package good native Iambs sold fully steady at 10.40; ewes firm, load good to choice fed western ewes 6.00. DENVER DENVER. Feb. 14—(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 6.001.50: canners and cutters 5.00-5.75: bulls 6.50-7.25: vealers 13.00 down; other classes practically absent. HOBS: Salable 200: total 1.800: uneven- steady to 10 higher, mostly steady to shade higher than yesterday: heavy butchers and sows not quotably improved: good and choice 180-270 Ibs.. 7.60-7.85: early top 7.85 to small killers: few 270300 Ibs.. 7.35-7.75: good and choice ISO- ISO Ibs.. 7.35-7.85: medium to good light tents 6.75-7.00: sows 6.25-6.50: few choice llghtwe:ghts 6.75. Sheep: Salable 2.300: total 2.823: fat lambs opened about steady; 2 double* ffood and choice Colorado fed lambs 10.00 memo: some held above 10.35 freight paid: few trucked-ln lambs 9.90; small lot medium 52 Ib.. trucked-ln feeding lambs 9.00. Poultry And Eggs FURNISHED BY ED WIXN1CK AND SOW BUYING PRICES • Poultry Hens white 2V4 to 3 Ibs. J3 Hens white over 3Vi Ibs. JS Hens colored 3V, to 4Vi Ibs. .17 Hens colored 4& to SVi Ibs. .20 Broilers. 1 to IVi Ibs. OS Fryers, white 1% to 2Vi Ib*. .18 Fryers, white 1V4 to 1% Ibs. JS Fryers, colored IVi to 2 It*. J3 Fryers, colored 2 to 2 Vi Ibs. - .a. Fryers, colored 2V4 to 3 Ibs. .21 Roasters soft-bone 3 Ibs. and over JS Stags .06 Capons .20 Guineas, young .20 Ducks, white Pekin young, 4Vi Ibs. and up .13 Ducklings, all others JO Geese, young . JS Sauabs over 1 Ib. each .30 Turkeys prime No. 1 torn* JS Turkeys prime No. 1 bens J4 Turkeys, prime No. 2 torn* Jl Turkeys, prime No. 2 hens . JJ. Rabbits, young 2 to 3% Ibs. JO babbits, young 3% to 4Vi Ibs. J3 Rabbits, old .05 ?o. 1 large whit* .22 *to. 1 medium .21 1o. 1 small white JS 1o. 1 large colored J9 to. 1 medium colored J7 No. 1 small colored JS LOS ANGIXJSS LOS ANGELES, Feb. 14—(UP)—Butter: Extras 33, prime firsts 32. itandards 31 Vi. undergrades 30. Large eggs—Candled clean extra* 22. candled light dirty extras 21, candled clean, tandards 20. candled light dirty standards 19. candled checks IS. Medium eggs—Candled extras 19. candled light dirty extras IS, candled clean standards 17. candled light dirty standards IS, indled checks 17. Small eggs—Candled extras 16, candled light dirty extras 16. case count 19. Western cheese—Triplet Daisies ISVi. Longhoms 16, loafs 16Vi. Poultry prices—Hens, Leghorns. VH to Vi Ins.. 14: over SVi and up to 4 Ibs.. 4: over 4 Ibs. and up. 15; hens, colored. to SVi Ibs.. 21: over SVi Ibs. and up. 0: broilers. _lVi and_up to l%_lbs., 19; .egnoras. Western Union Telegraph company m a reliminary report placed 1940 net Income t 53,621,581 after federal income taxes, qual to S3.46 a share, compared with 1,350.114, or S1.32 a share, in 1939. General Steel Castings corporation and vholly owned subsidiaries reported net roflt for 1940 of $1.106.196 after federa ncome taxes, equal after annual dlvidenc equirements on 36 cumulative preferred tock to Sl.ll a common share, compared vith 55.661, or 5 cents a share on the _ preferred. In 1939. Unpaid dividends on ic preferred totalled 557 a share on Dec. 1. The company is controlled by Amer•an Locomotive company. American Steel "oundries. Baldwin Locomotive Works and 'ullman Inc. 'ennsylvania. Plants are In Illinois and New York Air Brake company reported 940 net profit of 51.046.656 after pro- ,sion of S450.000 for excess profits taxes, oual to $4.04 a share, compared with 747.858. or 52.89 a share, in 1939. Plants re in Watertown. N. Y. Metal Market MEW YOEK, Feb. 14—(AP)— Copper steady; electrolytic spot Connecticut valley. 13.00; f. a. s. New York 10.50-12.00. Tin firm; spot and near-by 51.12&; forward 51.12^. Lead firm; spot New York 5.65-5.70; forward 5.50. Zinc firm; East St. Louis spot and forward 7.25. Pig: iron quiet; No. 2 1. o. b. Eastern Pennsylvania, 24.00; Buffalo, 23.00; Alabama, 19.38. Aluminum, virgin 99 per cent 17.00. Antimony, Chinese, spot 16.50. Qnicksilver 171.00-172.00. Platinum, pure 36.00. Chinese wolframite, duty paid, 25.00-26.00. Domestic scheelite, 2,4.00. rs. IVi and up to 1% Ibs., 19; and up to 2Vi Ibs., 20: fryers. over 2Vi and up to 3 Ibs., 13: olored. 2Vi and up to 3& Ibs., 16; col- red over 3Vi and up to 4Vi Ibs.. 17; roasters, colored, over 4% Ibs. and up, 3; stags, colored. 14: old roosters, col- red. 11: Leghorns, 09; ducklings. Pekin, ver 5 Ibs. and up. 19: under 5 Ibs.. 18; Id ducks, white Pekin. 08: geese. IS: raung torn turkeys. 14 Ibs. and under 20 bs.. 13; 20 Ibs. and up, 12: young hen urkeys, 9 Ibs. and under 11 Ibs.. 16: 11 Ibs. and up. 16: old hen turkeys. 11; Id torn turkeys, 11; capons, 6 to 8 Ibs., 4: over 8 Ibs. and up, 24; rabbits. No. white SVi to 4Vi Ibs.. 15: mixed colors, V4 to 4V4 Ibs.. 13: rabbits, woolly. 06; to. 1 old. 06. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 14—(AP)—Butter re- elpts 894.890: steady: market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 18.886: market demoralized by government action: fresh graded, extra, firsts, local 16%, cars 17-17%. first, local 16V, cars!6%-17; dirties 14Vi; other prices unchanged. Poultry live. 31 trucks: steady to firm: broilers 2Vi Ibs. and down, colored 18. Plymouth Rock 19. White Rock 19; other prices unchanged. KA.NSAS CTTT KANSAS CITY/. Feb. 14— (AP)—Eggs 15Vi: current receipts 14V4. Other price* unchanged. Carrier Firm To Issue Bonds WASHINGTON, Feb. 14—(AP)— The Monongahela Railway Company applied today for Interstate Commerce Commission authority to issue 511,418,000 of first mortgage 314 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)— 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 joundi , ,

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