Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 19, 1941 · Page 33
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I JcJepHone 3-1 lit Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Wednoday Morning February 19, 194t (S«etfon TwoJ MARKET TRIES FOR FEEBLE RALLY BUT TURNS Sluggishness Of Trade Hits Average List . NEW YORK, Feb. 18—(AP)— Ifhe stock market tried for another Ifrtble rally today but buying in- •frest waned at the last and prices anied irregularly lower. The list stiffened after a hesi- Innt start, then again turned soft spots as the proceedings drew , a close. The Associated Press average of 1 issues was .off .1 of a point at j.2 Trends, on the whole, were l-eaningless, it. was said, because 15 the sluggishness of dealings. The Irarnover of 320,050 shares corn- l-ared «'ith 356,720 yesterday and lias one of the smallest since last I September. I Of 661 individual stocks traded LexBctly the same number as yes- wrdav and about half the aggre- Jta'te 'listed on the exchange—285 Ircre down, 182 up and 194 un- I Restraining market influences, If-okcrs suggested, included the Inar-Turk accord which was •nsidprpd at least a temporary (tback f° r the British, persistent jprehension over far-eastern af- jirs and further testimony before -ongrcssional committees stress- t-f the proximity of the United ales to actual entry into the Adams "Business news, topped by regu- ir and special dividends, favorable -arning statements, further ex- ansion of commercial loans, con- Wed growth of department store dies predicted record motor pro- •jctTon for February, and mount- is rail revenues, brought some ocouragemcnt to bullish forces. . Among stocks. Coca-Cola drop|»d 3 points at 88 on light transac- l^ns. Lesser losers were U. S. |»ePl BPthlehem, General Motors, liinta Fe, New York Central, Mont- SBnrry Ward, International Har- isstcr, Dow Chemical, Allied jemical, American Telephone and •jouglas Aircraft. Retaining modest advances were incrcan Tobacco "B," Davison Chemical, Great Northern, Chesa- •;ak" and Ohio, Kennecott, West- •ghouse. Union Carbide, Johns- Jlanvillc and Goodyear. Bnnrtf were mixed, with carrier Kuritics doing a bit better than vJinr groups. Most major com- -oditip.s displayed rising tenden- "?s. Wheat at Chicago was up % •j i s s cents a bushel and corr sinnd ^ to 1. Cotton advanced 20 S 55 cents a bale. In an uneven curb, improvement ras held by Glen Alden Coal •umble Oil, American Cyanamid -•B," Phornix Securities and Ven- Itturlnn Petroleum. Off smal 7™unis wore Electric Bond and Siarr, CitiPS Service, Brewstcr Aero and Republic Aviation. Vol- TIP here approximated 93,000 ihares versus 86,000 yesterday. What Stocks Bid Tuesday Monda: 3 182 2S5 194 661 106 302 17 182 66: Associated Press Averasw 30 is IniiuM Rails inETp D 1 A.I m * e fks 15.Z 32.S 15 no rtfi stock D .2 D .1 ~ day hied h;ch ISO 1m' 5fi.fi 61.0 T1.9 55'p 74. L' 51'. .1 17.1 in.i 17.7 1S.4 •jn.5 . 33.0 35.1 :«.4 35.5 32. R 40.fi 30.9 4U... 43.' 30. 45. 39. Stock Prices On New York Exchange Follo^ »» closing ,notaUoni «t 3 p. m. Eastern Standard Tim. receive* over Associated Press-Arlson. KepubU* IMM4 «ln*i or .end iiSn^i'iSS~« lhow ?, m ' 1< * **• • lock » ta «*• *ollowl«« table an annual tlsbunemeits b»»ed OB U» tort VMitany fc-mbnS" x-n!2C?i 0 !i ?" J ^J i »'henrt«« noted special or extra dividends an aot Included. A . ,._„. ta •tock^--n.riSU^,"*M3 ei " L - XK — E>[ - 11 * llta - •—Al«r5»i» orcxtns. 4—Cash or .lock, e— Paid bit year. 'rT*"?;",™ •WCK. s—Declared or paid so far thli year, b—FaviM* la Canadian toad*, k—Accumulated dividend paid or declared ibli •i—Unit ol tradlnc 10 share*. Sales In Hd>. Blrh 1 5% iucfii .40e Air Reduction la Alaska Juneau % A eghany Corp Alleghany pi $30 ww Alleghan A Cnem Pi __ my Lud'Stl: 37 «4 AJ Chem & Dye"6a" Allied Sirs Allis-Ch Mfg 114, Amerada Corp 2 Am Airlines le Am Bank Note Am Brake Shoe 1.60 Am Can 4 Am Car & Fdy Am Car &' F pf Am Colortype lie Low * 4 20% 20* 2 145* 145 3 5% 5H 29% —' 45 «* Close 37ij 7V 20 Vi :ype Vi Alco Am Coml AL Am Crystal ; Am & F P :g ¥*• «i**» Leather Am & F P 2 Am Hide & _, Am Home 2.40 Am International Am Locomotive Am Metal Kg Am Pow & Lt Am P & L $6 pf iKk 6 Am P & L S5 pf 1.56k 1 Am Rad & St S .40e 14 Am Koll Mill Vic 8 Am Safe Razor .80 5 Am Snuff Co 3a 1 Am Stl Fdrs Vg 7 Am Sugar Ref Vig 2 Am Tel & Tel 9 Am Tobacco 5 Am Tob B 5 Am Type Fdrs Am Wat Wks Am Woolen Am Zinc L&S Anaconda 2e Arm 111 Arm 111 pr pf AnnstronE Cork Vg Assd Dry Goods Atch T & S F le Atl Coast Line Atl Refininc 1 Atlas Tack .15g Aviation Corp i* 57 8 4V 9V 13V 15V 2Vi 3V4 47 3V 12 Vi 16?4 2V 40 34 6V4 50 Vi 22 Vi 13 Vi S* 42 Ti 6H 33 S3 24 H 8* 9V ?3% 33 83 24 "A 57 8 4% 9V 13V 15V 3H I* 47 47 3% 3V 12% 12V 16V 16?i 2'.i 2U 40 40 34 6 1214 SOU 22% 13H K Sales In Bdi. High Kennecott Cop Hg 12 32H Kresge (SS) 1.20a 15 22V4 Kress (SH) 1.60 27 23 Kroger Grocery Hg 3 25V Li Lambert Co %g 1 12 Lee Rub & Tire Vi 2 24VI Lehman Corp 1 S 20Vi Llb-O-F Glass 3Vie 4 35Vi Libby. McN & L Ue 10 5V Liggett A My B 4a 4 90V Liquid Carbonic la 1 15V4 Lockheed Airc IVie 3 21V Loew's Inc 2a .4 31% Loft Inc Vie 24 15 Lone Star Cem 3a 2 Low CloM 3174 32 22 22Vi 22% "" 25 Vi 2214 25 Vi Loose-Wil Biscuit VI g 2 Louisv & Nash 2g 2 M MacA A Forbes 2a 1 34 6 12 Vi 50 Vi 22 Vi 8 159% 15SV4 15SV 68 69V 2 10 n 2 s* 9 6% 12 6 42 23V 7 4% 1 51Vi S 29V - evS Bald Loco ct ~alt & Ohio _ arnsdall Oil -15g Bath Ir Wks Ve Bcndix Aviat IB Bencf Ind Ln l.SSt Best & Co l.BOa Beth Sieel IViE Black & Decker la Blaw-Knox Ue Boeing Airplane Bonn Al & Brass Vig Borden Co .30g Bore-Warner .40g 21 Vi 22 14V 3H mu 34 V4 19V 2SV4 77 17 7V 68 68 5V SH 6Vi SV 22V 4H 51V4 29 Vi 5V 20V 14V 21V 6Vi 3% 14Vi i" 68 5H 6Vi 6 22% 4% 51 Vi 29V 6V4 20V 14V 21V 6V 14V4 Mack Trucks IVie Macy (R H) Co 2 ::arlne Midi .10g Marshall Field .40 Martin GL Co 2e Martin-Parry Mathieson Alk 1V» McGraw Elec la McKess A Rob McKess A Rob pf Mengel Co 37 14 60 29 §?* ilv 23% SV 25 Vi 23V 3V4 25 12 24 Vi 20 Vi 35V 5H 89 Vi 15 V4 37* 14 60 29 23V 25 Vi 23 3 23V 3L4 12 24V 20>A 35 V, 90V 15V, 21V 31 14 H 37 14 60 29 2SH 23V 4V4 14V4 23% SV. 25'.i 23U 3H 25 3'/i ! 8 1 tis Elevator .20* 10 18H Us Steel 3 .TH wens-Ill Glass ViS 1 P ac Gas & Elec 2 6 ic Lighting 3 5 ickard Motor 26 jn Am Airways _J. aram Pictures -20g 27 •• - - M .11 21 Vi 33V 9 14% Bridccpnrt Brass Ve 2 Briccs Mfs 2'ie Bklyn-Man Ta Bklyn Un Gas Bucyrus-Erie .ISg Budd Mfc tBudd Mfs pf Budd Wheel .20g Bullard Co 2e Bulova Watch 2a Burline Mills 1 Burr Ada Mach .15g Butler Bros .15K 28 19V4 17V 10V 20 Vi 5V 3 12V4 Butte Byers ( :op < Ail) & Zinc Co 2 4 .20 1 2 3 2 2 2 SS 5% 26V 28 Vi 16V g 4V4 3V 17 17 7% 7V 28 28' 19 19V4 17^4 17V 10 V 10 5 20',i 20V 5V 12 H 9V 5V 12 9V Calif Packing 1 Callahan Z-Lead Calumet A Hec le Campbell \Vyant -35g Can Dr>- G Ale .60 3 Prol Canad Pacific Case (JI) Co 3e Caterpil Tractor 2 Celanese Corp IVe Cerro de Pas " Certain-teed P Checker Cab Ches & Ohio 3a Ches Corp Chi Grt W pf Chi Mail Or Ve Chi Pncu Tool CRI&Pac 1% pf Chickasha Cot Oil %e 1 10V Childs Co 22 10 17 Vi 3 1 5 6 " 11V 12 6 3Vi 1 45 4 44V 5 23V4 2 2SV 2 3V 16 39 Vi 2'/i 3 S 3 5 |i 3 10H 1 SV 26S 16V 8" 17 S% UV nv 3V 45 28 3V 14V 39 2% 5% 26 S MVi 16 H t> 4V4 s' 17 5% 11H 11V 3V4 45 44 23 28 3V 14V 39V 2Ti «* el! lov lov lov lov 2 27V4 27V4 Coca-Cola 5e ColRate-Palm-P Collins & Aik 2VB S 25V Col Fuel & Iron Vg 1 ISVi Colum Breast B .45g 1 1SH Colum G El .10g 10 4 Colum Pict 1 5 *« ** S. 05 *- 1938-39 1932-37 1927-29 54.7 75.3 157.7 33.7 16.9 61.8 Potv-Jonrn Averages Net Hindus. J Rails PStnckS •Bonds iiiities 6 Slorks v-.m «tn Yfar ac" :«1 h;:h 341 Imv tondi 'win- If S4 19.nO 0.04t 5b:S «:« 4o!n 4n.25o.07t .,••„!„ rj.ilrnarls 9-1.:!7 0.02' ^> roacl5 iwSftSJ "" 107.00 O.lOt linns in' slorks used in averages: Tmiiiv Monday Saturday 4""* 49.SOO 52.3W "1 400 22.SOO 14 800 17.900 80.100 90.200 Stnndanl Wa«l««r» 326 Average Equals 100) IndL Rail. t'Mln. St™-k« n-i 6 2V.fi 50.1 "6.5 b!-!7 27.fi 50.5 7H.7 iir. q "S 7 S2.1 lni'9 29.9 55.2 &3.4 \\n-, r n 2 70.0 97.6 jus's 30.6 W.9 W.2 o-' 4 "7 3 5fl.4 75.7 20 20 B" 2R.300 18,300 95,900 !Stl b.lstl ISil Imv ;o Indk. M.S 9fl2 90.5 S7.4 <to.7 89.fi Ball, t'tlls. Bonds fil.7 fil.S ra.i «4.7 57.9 (55.4 61.6 100.8 100.9 101.n 101.2 im.7 ini.5 100.6 84.1 S4.1 M.S S5.4 K.? 85.? S4.1 Sugar Quotations XK\v W.'.K Fob. JS—<AP>— DiBtan' (flufnw nt domcst ii- wiqar futures rearhet fn lf\f!s !or tlic wa»m today on buying K>cn or, n firm k pnt raw market and con- tp.urt rnnri-vn in IT thr ticht Jrcicht slt^ «"if-n Kn-.-il P-IIT.V were unrhanncd to »".M« hici-.rr ..n tali's or 33.WK) tons. ,1.,-itP !ioi!ii!a!i..n tnrrod tlic world Hsl ks^k afirr an ,.«r!v rally. Final prices were I'-. IV:MS dn«n in 1 up on snles ol J.JO' *>"!• Man-li i'SR Mnv .7HiB. Si>" rau n,=ar wl'd at =-9S «nl« ' 5^Jnil. a rirrimi- (it 'J ixiinls. but late, I.HWM «?> n-it,trt>Yl at 3 cents. In thi. rftinrd niarkPt. Surrrsfs offer lo AM-ii-y.Bv.Junc business nt 4.50 re"",., 1 "•'JM v>as \vithcirawn effective at IB <••*• «h;rl, market men interpreted lo n t'Hf hrosd i-nnsumcr riirnand. Retmed lo<>"••• rrmainri) tt 4.45 cents. _,nn N>. S rl.*c- Man-h 2.06B. May 2.12B ,'.:v 2.ifiR Sriili-mhrr 2.20P. Novembc 1 -::B. Januarv L'.l'OB B—Bid. Republic Steel Boosts Payment .CLEVELAND. Feb. 18— (AP)— Republic Storl Corporation direct «*s today declared a dividend of 5 tents a sharp on common stock, ai of 10 rpnts a share ove |ti>" dlvidpud voted on this stocJ «sl November. Paymont of the common divider ~-sernnd in in years—will be mad April 2 to holders of record Marc *". the rompany announced. Re Public's 40-rent 'dividend last No was the first to holders o since 1930. Holiday Pares Week Checking ..WASHINGTON. Feb. is—(AP)— ^coin's birthday cut into chec Tansactions last week. The Federal Reserve Board sal ">e holiday, generally observed b ??IKS in the larger cities In th •;orth, reduced debits to individu jwounts in hanks of 274 Jeadin c 'ws to 56,923,000.000 in the wee fnoeii February 12, compared wit «.S5,000,000 "in the precedin and $6,920,000,000 in the CO week last year. Coml Solvents Ue Cnm'wlth & South Com & South pf 3 Com'wlth Edis 1.80 14 onao'.eum-Nairn 1 onsol Aircr 2e onsol Clear l\e ons Conpermin lie ons Edison 2 ons Edison pf B onsol Oil tfg onsol'n Coal ontainer Corp ont Bak A ont Can 2e ont Diam Fib 1 ont Ins 1.60a ont Motors ont Oil Del 1 opperweld Stl .20g orn Products 3 oty Inc Vst •rane Co -§0e -own Cork & ^ «t ^ ~s-r T««r T-.ti~ -*»vu Yown Zellerbach \4g 4 12), 1J% 1J^» Mt Crown Zcller pf 5 .70 8S 87 87 . Yurible Steel 14 uban-Am Sugar 2 udahy Pack 2 urtis Puhlishg 7 urtis Pub pr pg 31 urtiss-Wricht %e urtiss-\Vr A 2 ecre & Co Hie *erc & Co pf 1.40 el & Hudson el Lack & West etroit Edison 2g iamond Match Hi lam Match pf 1» Jome Mines n2 ouclas Aircr 5e ow Chem 3 rcsser Mfg 2e uPont de N H4g 18 14 m 32V 7V 25H 19V5 10'/I 2V 37% 3\ 13 <ii 1* iK!\ 25* 19% 281* 9H 2H 2" 37 S 3«4 13«t 32 s * TA 25H 19 « 28 W 1 106H 106X4 lofii, I i« §8H 1» 1 15^ 15U ISVi 6 65V4 65 2 124 124 65 124 17Vi 17Vi 18 142V 140 142 26 4% A astern Air L J .astman Kodak 6 1 I Auto-Lite 3 12 Elec Boat .80e 7 I Power * Lt 2 il n™*Lt SB Pj.JOe 2 JI Pow&Lt S7 pf.35e 1 :l Storage Bat 2 1 ;ng Pub Sen'ice 6 rie R R J xchange Buffet 1 alrhanks Morse ^sE 2 3KH ed Lt & Traction la 2 13 ed Mng & Smelt 2e 1 21?. ed Mot Truck 1 irestone T&R "ig 1 Firest T*-R pf 6 1 irst Nat Sirs 2H 1 Flintkote le J ^ood Machinery 1.60e 1 -oster Wheeler 1 Foster Wheeler pf 13 1SH 24^ 24"* ocr/ «»f|li 32 3 16V 3 Ifi'i Sfi'/i 12 Ifi'i 39 39 'reeport Sulph 2 I Gen Am Trans Se Gen Bronze Gen Elec l.SSe Jen Foods 2 Gen G & El A Sen Mil's * f 5 Gen Motors *it Gen Out Advert Gen Out Advert 2k Gen Ry Signal He Gen Refract IWe Gillette Saf OD Gimbc! Bros 27% 14 .30 112 50 3% 31 34% 12M 27 »i 3% 35"* 42 24 60 gJrtS&Ite'Si" Granby .15g Gt Nor Ir Ore -. , ;t Nnrthn Ry pf Gt West Sut 2 Greyhound Corp la Haves Mfg ^ker Prod .60 tHercules Pow pf 6 Holland ,Fu™ ^t, lomestakc Min 4H ^ud Ba>' M*S n3e Hudson Motor Hupp Motor Illinois Central «. HI Central pf Indust " 12 60 17 23 >4 21V, 23 H 12 24 ITi 12 V» 60 17H . 33 >* 21H 11% 2U Close I0e2 arlc Utah Con 1 _ arke Davis .40g athe Film .30e atino Mines .60g enney EJC 3a enn-Dix Cement enn RR IWe etrol Corp .70e iclps Dodge Kg hilco Corp *ie lillips Pet 2 itt Scr & Bolt .45e 1 "ressed Steel Car 4 -,. 'rocter & Gam 2a 6 52% •ub Scv NJ 2.40 2 •ullman 1 29 •ure Oil Ue 5 -urity Bak Wg 3 R ladio Cp of Am .20g 29 Miami Copper .45e 4 7Vi 7H 7H Mid-Cont Pet .SOe 1 13'/4 13T4 13T4 Midland Std Prod Vig 2 30V 30V 30V Uinn-Moline 3 3V 3 3V Mision Corn Ue 1 9Vi 9Vi 9Vi Uo-Kan-Texas pf 2 IVi IVi IVi ilohaivk Carpet Vig 3 15 14 H 15 Monsanto Cnem 3e 6 77Vi 77 77 Montgom Ward Vig 13 35H 35 Vi 35Vi Motor Products le 3 8V 8V >>V .lotor Wheel 1.60 1 16 16 16 Uulllns Mfg B 1 3V4 3V4 3V4 Murray Corp Ve 4666 N Nash-Kelvinator 6 4K 4V 4V tNash Ch & St L Ig .10 14V 14V 14V >Cat Acme le 3 18 17V 17V \'at Biscuit 1.60 13 17V4 17 17 Vat Cash Reg 1 1 12H 12*4 12H Vat Dairy Pr .80 8 13H 13V4 13V Vat Distiilers 2 11 ,21 20 3 21 Nat Gypsum .40e 4 6H 6V 6V Vat Lead Via 4 16V 16 16 Vat Pow & Lt .60 8 6V 6'i 6Vi Vatl Steel 3 3 56V 55V 55V S'at Supply 2 5V 5V 5V4 Natomas Co la 2 9V 9\ 9V Newport Indust .30e 2 6H 6V 6H Newpt News .40g 2 21 V4- 21 «4 21 H NY Air Brake Vig 4 33Vi 32V 32V NY Central RR 38 12% 12V4 12V4 NY Chi & StL pf 4 26V4 25V4 25H NYNH&H 14 V A A NY Shipbuilding le 7 2614 25*4 25V No Am Avia IVe 14 13V 13 13 North Amer Co 1.20 26 15V4 15 15V4 Northern Pacific 23 6 S% S% New York Curb Stock And Bond Prices XD— Ei-divldrnd. EX— Flrat sale since rx-diildend dale or dates. XK — Ex-lights, a — AlRO extra or extras, b— Inclndbig extra or extras, c — Declared or paid to far thi> year, f— Payable In clock. K — Paid tbli year; no regular rate, h — Cash or stork, k — Arrumulated 41v. paid this yeai. ar — Under rules, wir — With warrants. Sales In Hds. High Low Clou Aero Supplv B 2 SS 5V4 5S Am Cit P i LB 1 A A f, Am Qcan B 4 32V4 31 15 32V4 Am Gas & El Xd4 2SV 28% 28V Am Gen 1 2V 2% 2H Am Light * Tr 5 12 U% 12 Am Maracaibo 7 & A A Am Superpow 1 H H H Ark Nat Gas 1 IVi 1V4 IVi Ark Nat Gas A 1 IV IV IV Asm G t El A 2 A A A Atl Cst Line Co 1.70 18V4 18 18 Atlas Corp war 4 A A A Auburn Cen Mfg 3 3VJ 3'i 3V4 Auto V Marh 5 3V 3V 3V Aviation & Tran 7 3V 3V 3V Baldwin Loco war 7 4V 4V4 4V4 Barium Sta Stl 11 1 1 Bell Airc 2 19V 19Vi 19V Berk & Gay Furn 1 Vi Vi Vi Bliss E W 5 14V 14V4 14 Vi Carib Syn 5 IVi IVi IVi Carrier Corp 4 8V 8 8V Catalin Am 33 3. 3 Cities Sen-ice 5 3T4 3* 3V Cities Service pf 2 49V 49 49 Colon Develop 1 V V V Cons G- & E Bal 4 65 64V 64V Creole Pet 3 13Vi 13 13Vi Crocker Wh El M 15 5 5 Eagle Pich Ixl 1 S% 814 8?4 El Bond & Sh 26 3V4 3 3 El Bond & Sh pf 2 .61 61 61 El Bo & Sh S5 pt 1 54 Vi 54Vi 54 Vi Equity Corn 3 V V V Fairchlld- Av 2 8V 8V4 8=5 Ford M Can A 2 10V 10V4 10V Ford Motor Ltd 1 IV 1V4 1V» Glen Aid Coal 8 8Vi SVi SV Gt Atl A P nv 150 100V4 99Vt 99VS. Gulf Oil 1 31V4 31V4 31V. Hecia Min 4 574 5V 5% Holling Gold 2 8H SV 8V Humble Oil 2 55 . 54V 54V Imp Oil Ltd 4 6V 6V 6V Ins Co N Am 3 65 64Vi 64 Int Pan * Pow war 3 IV IS 1 Int Petrol 8 SVi 9V 9V Jones & Lau Stl 4 27% 27 27 Lehigh C & N 1 2V 2V 2V Lone Star Gas S 9Ti 9V 91 Long Is Ltg 1 A A i Midi Stl n-cum 1 17 17 17 SSS?S?JS3 A .60=165 JjgjJ it!oun C t U St C T°lT .4°oi3 3 7V4 13^13?| Nat Fuel G 3 llVi 11V 11 Nat Rub Mch _, 2 4Vi 4V4 4V N Mex & Arlr Ld 1 1 J J, Niag Hud Pow 3 2T4 2V 2J Nor Am Lt A Pow 2 Vi Vi ', Pac G&E 6 pi 1 32H 32% 32 Pantepec Oil Ven 8 2V 2V 2V Pennroad 14 2Ji 2V 2 Phila Co 2 SVi SVj 5V, Pioneer Gold » 1H IV .1 Pitnev Bowes 1 6V4 6V4 6 Republic Avia 1 3V4 3V4 3V St Reels Pap 3 2 3 2 Shat Denn 1 3V 3V 3V Sineer M£e .10 121 121 121 So^PeW , OU . 1 37V4 37Ji 37V, So Cal Ed <J pf 1 29V 29V 29V •?t Oil Kv 2 18V4 1SV ISVi It Oil Ohio Pf 2 106V 108V 108' St Pow A Lt 2 V, V4 Sunrav Oil 3 |V» IV I Technicolor 2 814 |T4 8J Tubize Chat 3 6V4 6 6V4 Unit Gas 12 V H V Unit Lt * Pow A 3 A A A U S Foil B f ,5V 5 5 Univ Pict 1 16V 16V 16J Walker Min 3 H 11 } West Air Exp 1 « * * Wright Harg S 4V 4V 4V CURB DOMESTIC BONDS Sales In (1,000 Hl«h Low Clo Ark P & L S. 56 9 106V4 lOfiVi 106V4 At El 4Vis 53 9 46 4514 46 Baldw' L el 50 14 112 110V llOfa Ciin Pac 6s 42 9 71 69V 71 Cities Ser 5s 50 24 81% 81VT SIH Ot S P A L SVis 49 5 90 90 90 Glen AldfnCoal'4s651 81V 81* 81 ? n n!eS?o^5 6 |5 5 ? ai 1% 11 | SS'&'SL^^SiSjilJil isss in.*:*. « \ffit -fa. ™. Stand G A E 6s 51 IS 77V4 77 <• Stand P A L 6s 57 11 77V 77 77 fgfn 1*5? 4o " 4 iis iS« iS Tev p'& S L 5s 56 2 107H 107 Vi 107 Unit L & P 7s 75 7 86V, 86 86 West Newsp Un 6s 44 3 64V 64 64 CURB FOBEIGN BONDS 3StfbFS£ l & i «K «^ « MS&P38. i J* «| C sss? a. 1 ^ i ? - 1 p a p eo Motors ct 6 1 J i eoub Steel Viz 61 18V 17Vi 17% evere Cooper i Br 1 8V 8V 8V Reynolds Metals .30e 3 10V4 10V4 10V4 Reynolds Tob B Vig 6 3214 31V 31V Safeway Stores 3a 3 38H 38 38Vi t Joseph Lead Viz 1 34V4 34V4 34V4 Schenley Distill 2 9V 9, 9 eaboard Air Line 2 V A ft Sears Roebuck 3a 2 69% 69ti 69U Sen-el Inc 1 3 10V4 10V4 10V4 hattuck (FG) .40 5 4H 4V 4V hell Union Oil Ve 3 10T4 10T4 10% mmons Co 2e 2 17V 17H 1754 mith (AO) Corp Vie 2 15V4 15 15 nider Pack 1 1 13V 13V 13V ocony-Vacuum V8T 24 8T4 854 8V Sou Cal Edison IVia 6 25Vi 25V 2oVi Southern Pacific 19 S% 8V 8V Southern Ry 7 12 11 V 11 V outherH Ry pf 11 20V4 20 20V4 parks Withington 5 IV 1V4 IVi perry Corp 2e 8 33 32H 32Vi plcer MfK liz 1 32 32 32 piegtl Inc .15g 5 5V SVi SVi Square D Co 2.80e 1 31 Vi 31 Vi 31 Vi tand Brands .40a 27 6 6 6 td G A E $4 p'. 4 2Vi 2H 2V tand Oil Cal 1 7 1SV 1SV4 18V4 tand Oil Ind 1 12 26V4 25V 25V tand Oil N J la 12 34V4 33V 33V tewart-Warn Vie 2 6% 6% 6% tone k Webster Vie 6 6V 6V4 6V tudebaker Corp 23 6V 6« 6VS unshlne Mng 1.60 10 8H SVi 8V uperlor Oil .10e 3 IVi IVi IV wift & Co 1.20a 4 22H 22V 22V T enn Corn Vf 287% 7% •exas Coro 2 10 35S 35V 35Vi 'exas Gulf Prod .20e 3 2% 2% 2% exas Gulf Sulph 2a 2 35V 35 35V ex Pac C A O .40 2 SVi SVi SVi ex Pac L Tr .10e 1 3V 3V 3V tiermoid Co 15 4V4 4V 4V •homoson Prod ViK 1 28Vi 2SVi 2SVi Ide Wat A Oil .60 6 9V 9V 9V 'imk-Det Axle 3Vie 5 28V 23 Vi 2SVi •irnken Roll B Vig 4 40V 39V. 40Vi Transamerica Vi 4 4V 4V 4V Trans A West JUr 2 13Vi 13V4 13V4 ti-Cont Corp 1 IS IV IV T\«nt C-Fox F 365% 5% Under\vood-Ell 2Ve 1 32 32 32 Jnion Bae & P le 2 10V4 10V 10V Jn Carbide Vg 19 63 62 Vi. 62 VJ Union El Mo pf 5 .40 113 113 113 Jnion Oil Cal 1 S 13V 13V4 13Vi Jnion Pacific 6 3 77 76 Vi 77 Union Pacific pf 4 1 S2V4 S2H 82VJ Union Tank Car 2 1 26 26 26 nited Air Lines 13 13 12V 12V Jnited Aircr 3Vie 12 36V4 35V 35V Jnited Carbon 3 1 48 48 48 Jnited Corp 8 IVi IVi 1V4 Jnited Drug 24 3% 3% Jnit Fruit 3 4 63V 63 63V4 United Gas Imp .80 69 8S SVi 8V U S Gypsum 2a 2 62 62 62 rs Indus Alco 2 22V4 22 22V4 IS Leather A 1 6Vi 6V4 6V4 US Plywood 1.20 3 21 20Vi 21 IS Real A Imp 16 IV 1V4 IV JS Rubber 19 19 18V4 18V4 JS Rubber 1 pf 8 12 81V4 81 81 JS Steel 1C 77 58V 57V4 57V U S Tobacco 1.96e 2 28VJ 28 Vi 28Vi Sm^plSure.^ pf^SO-139-Vi 13^ isivi ^k ad c^m C =.T 1%eV ? SH S* S« W Walgreen Co 1.60 1 20Vi 20Vi 20Vi Waln-orth Co 15 4V4 4V 4«4 Warner Bros Pict 11 3 2% 3 Warren Bros 5 V V V tWarren Bros cv Df 1 8 7V4 S Waukesha Motor 1 3 15V4 15V 15V Wesson O & S Vie 1 17V 17V 17V We«t Auto Sup 2 3 25V4 25 25 West Union Tel le 7 19H 19V 19V Westing Air Br Hi 3 19V 19V 19V West El & Mfg Ig 10 92 91V 92 Wheeling Steel 2 25V4 25V4 25Vi White Motor 6 13 13 13 White Rk M Sp 2 5VI SVi 5V. Wilcox Oil & Gas .10e 1 IV IV It Wilson & Co 6 4V4 4Vi 4V! Woolwth (F \V) 2.40 25 30V 30V4 30V Worthington P A M 4 17V4 17V4 17V4 Yellow Tr * C IVie 9 13U 13V4 13V4 Voungst Sh A T IVe 19 33V 32V 32V Z Zenith Radio le 2 IS 13 13 SALES STATISTICS Artlvn Blocks 315,00 Inactive! B.Oft Tolal today SSO.OSO Previous day 3341,721 Wi*k ago 413.4JO Vrar aio 807,8« Two years »10 4 ??'5J Jan. 1 to data M.2U.40S Yrar aio 2S,HM,00 Twc years ago 35»000,08 U. S. Bonds TREASURY Sales In 11,000 High Law Close 3Us 41 4 102 102 102 3Vs 47-43 1 106.26 106.26 106.26 2Vs 47-45 3 108.2 108.1 108.2 3s 48-46 2 109.24 109.24 109.24 2Vs 51-48 1 108.1 108.1 10S.1 2 Vs 53-49 1 105.9 105.9 105.9 2Vs S4-51 6 107.2 107.2 107.2 3s 55-51 11 110.11 110.4 1*0.11 2Vs 53-51 1 103.5 103.5 103.5 2%s 60-55 29 107.28 107.18 107.28 2Vs 65-60 5 107.17 107.11 107.17 FEDERAL FARM MTG. 3s 47-42 15 102.18 102.18 102.18 HOME OWNERS LOAN 2Vs 44-42 2 102.19 102.19 102.19 3s 52-44 S 106.24 106.24 106.2 3s 52-44 reg 4 106.22 106.22 106.22 3s 80 83 100V 100V4 100 V Treasury Receipts WASHINGTON. Feb. IS— (AP) —The position ot the treasury Feb. 15: Receiots $11.022,398.63; expenditures $45.939.1SS.72: net balance Sl.956,953.742.3; working balance included Sl.214.053,986.0! customs receipts for month $15.673.607.05; i-eceipts for fiscal year (July 1) S3.503.- 388,772.13: expenditures $6,8^7,870,991.* exiest nf expenditures $3.384,482,219.71: gro» debt $46,041.816.690.31; increase over previous dav $11.784.848.82; gold assets 522.131,899.510.51. Cash Provisions CHICAGO. Feb. IS— (AP)— Lard tierces 6.07; loose 5.32; bellies 11.12. /~* \ It 1 Exclusive (..ottonMarKet Repine oinwteh R EFOKXS received from the D. S. Bureau pf Africultural Eeo- nomio place the premiums offered on PREMIUM-STAPLE COTTON M noted below. Premlumi were complied from price* »t which cotton is actually told, and lengths are described to conform with the official standard of the United States. New Orlean* middling 10.25. Staples based on Slarch futures. Strict middling inch 60 points on; 1 1/32 Inches 80 points on; 1 1/16 inches 115 point* on; 1V6 inches 215 points on. Demand fair. ; , NEW YORK ' NEW YORK, Feb. 18— (AP)— Buyers of cotton futures were : forced to bid prices up 4 to 11 points today In s market only thinly supplied with contract*. * P«ffrt« Fntnroc (Furnished By E. F. Button * Co.) i UOtlOn F UlUreS (Member of New York Cotton Exchange) Liverpool k New York New Orleans in Pene* 4 Open High Low Close Open Close Open Close . January 952 9.61 9.52 9.61 956 9.64 ... 8.15 i March 1053 10.30 10.22 1035 10.29 10.29 8.23 8.23 May 10.20 10.27 10.19 10.21 10.23 10.25 8.24 8.24 July 10.06 10.13 10.06 10.07 j 10.09 10.12 855 855 October 9-59 9.67 959 9.66 9.62 9.68 8.20 8.19 r«. nn «>u». SSS 9.R5 9SS OK3 OCT aec mi it New York Bonds New York Stock Exchange , NEW YORK. Feb. 18—(AP>—Railroad Hues enjoyed a fair demand In today's bond market but the trend In other groups was obscure and leaned to the offside on average. Many Issues ended unchanged liter having been on both sides of the A new batch of highly favorable railroad earnings statements for 1940 stimulated mild Interest In the carriers and a majority ot those traded ended with modest Plus signs. Alleghany stamped 5s of 'BO proved an outstanding strong spot, ending up 2tt points at 58. Other* making progress Included West- em Maryland At at 9134, Southern Pacific 4Us at 44Vi. Illinois Central 4s at 94. LoulsviUe and Nashville first 4s at 94U, Warren Brothers 6s at 55, International Mercantile Marine. 6s at S1M> and Great Northern 4s at 102 tt. Ending unchanged or behind minus signs were, among others. Western Union 5s, Shell Union 2Vis. Nickel Plate 4Vis. American Telephone S'At. Santa Fe 4s, Commonwealth Edison 3V4s and International Telephone 5s. • The foreign department had its usual -• • '• ' imjjlished on few . _.._..... ._ ... __ A ' dropped 7V4 points to 55 on offer of 2 bonds but the "assented" bonds of the same Issue (holders agreeing to certain conditions) moved up 1% points to 62% on transfer of 17 bonds. Japan 6Vis and Queensland 6s were among others dropping a point or to. U. S. governments finished down 22/32 to up 11/32 of a point in thin dealings. The Industrials, utilities and low yields In the Associated Press averages touched new If " " shade. Total sales of {5.127,875, par value, corn- red with S4.295.175 yesterday. Quota ot wide changes accomplished sales. Panama S* of '63 "A drop Associated Press averages touched a 1941 low while the rails edged up a 35.1 48.3 98.9 90.3 10 LOW YIELD BONDS w yield 113.1 Prev. day lonth ago 114.0 Year ago 941 high 114.6 1941 low high 114.6 1940 low lleghany cv 5s 44 14 91 90 Vi 90V m & For P Sf 2030 7 53V4 53 53V4 m I G Cnem SVis 49 3 103 103 103 m Int SVis 49 1 101 101 101 T & SF 4tts C-A 62 4 110U 110 C Line 1st 4s 52 2 75 75 & O 95 st A & O S W 50 st ell T Pa 5s 48 eth Stl SUs 65 oston & Me 5s 67 kly Edis 3'is 66 kly Un Gas 5s 50 an Nat 5s 69 Oct an Nat Ry 4Vis 56 an Pa 4Vis 60 an Pac 4s pern ,en Pac St 60 ertain-td SVis 48 & O 4tis 92 B & O 4Hs 77 B & Q 4s 58 hie Gt West 4s 59 MSP, ft Pac 5s 75 •hi A NW cv 4HS 49 16 ... olumbla G 5s 52 May 6 104V4 103% 104 omw Ed cv 3tts 58 17 115 115 115 < «# 1 5iS« a i 1 85j 3 3i8 199H J&ISlslil 1 ^ 1 ^^ ^oodrich 4Ks 56 3 105 t Nor Rv 5!4s 52 25 106 ludson Coal 5s 62 A 17 27 :ud & Man rfg 5s 57 9 46| 1 Cen 4*s 66 14 39 ! nterlake Iron cv 4s 47 7 97 : nt Hydro El cv 6s 44 8 46> nt Pap St 47 15 103' nt T * T St 55 129 40 C C Term 4s 60 7 MS Loews SVis 46 5 104 jjuisla * Ark 5s 69 7 84 BOND AVERAGES Compiled by the Associated Press 20 10 10 10 Rails Indust Vtll et change A .1 'uesday 60.5 revlous day 60.4 onth ago 63.4 ear ago 57.7 941 high 64.2 141 low 60.3 104.4 40 high 61.4 105.9 940 low Indust D .1 D .2 104.4 99.0 104.5 99.2 104.9 101.0 102.5 86.7 105.3 101.3 99.0 100.7 Fen. D .4 40.5 40.S 39.7 50.2 41.5 38.0 53.5 113.1 108.4 m T & T 3141 66 naconda C< rm Del 4s T Ic S F 4s 95 Cop 4tis 50 1 104 4s 55 13 105 Vi 20 : 7 107H 107% 107«i 104 105 104 105 108V4 108V4 IL K Tex 5s 62A I K T 4Vis 78 K Tex 1st 4s 90 K Tex 4s 62B o Pac cv SVis 49 o Pac St T! Vatl SteeP 3s 65 ~'C rfg Si 2013 •WC 4Vi« 2013A MYChi&SU "• SVis 74A 2 WChliStL 4Vis 78 13 26V 12 H IVi 20 13 13 26 12 K J ?l 104V1 104V5 62% 62» 56% 56-i, egVi. 68V 17 56% 55% 55*. ssrsfa&T ^ S H zz i ^KS'^ifil ^M% ... RR gen 4vVs 65 24 1Q6H 106Vi 106V Pen RR ?Vis deb 70 71 brains Show New Strength CHICAGO, Feb. 18—(AP)—Short vering and a moderate increase milling demand late today sud- inly whirled wheat futures prices much as 1% cents a bushel hlgh- than the previoui close. Final quotations for all com- odities on the board of trade ex- soybeans were at or near the ay's peak prices after seven suc- essive sessions in which the clos- g trend was downward. The arket fluctuated rapidly and on ownturns new seasonal low rec- rds were established for Septeni' er contracts in both wheat and orn, at 73% and 58H cents, re- pectively. Wheat finished the day %-!% ents above yesterday's close, May 9-79H, July 74%-H, September 4H-%. Corn advanced H-l cent, lay 60U-%, July 59%; oats were »-H cents up, soybeans H-H off; ye H-% higher, and lard 5-7% ents up. The market opened steady to a tade higher, then backed and lied. The setbacks uncovered buy- ig by speculators and milling in- .rests. wheat fluctuated over a range of a cent and a half and corn rithin one cent. In comparison 1th a year ago, prices were 25% o 28Vt cents a bushel lower. Announcement that the Surplus tarketing Administration had sold 00,000 bushels of wheat to Mex- o under the present subsidy program, bringing total sales to 740,OO was followed by a sharp rally n prices. SMA officials said other Ids had been received and thai ley expected to dispose of at least another 1,000,000 bushels. The •heat exported under the program r as purchased by the SMA from le Commodity Credit Corpora- on's government-owned stocks and sold at a discount to exporters There also were indications the ew farm legislation might not ap- ly to the 1941 crop, which at- racted considerable attention In rade circles in view of recent re- orts that the spring wheat crop might be affected By a revised arm plan. Minneapolis reflected the action ere, closing l-l'/i higher for wheat, while Kansas City finishet with an advance of a cent. Winni ieg closed 'A cent higher. Corn stiffened after the deferret ontracts had sold off as much as cent. May was in good demant most of the day because of the cole veather which was conducive to leavier feeding of livestock. Cash emand was fair. Sales by shippers were placed at 100,000 bushels ant jookings were around 60,000. After a setback to the lowest lev :ls in about two months, soybeans eveloped a steadier tone, at ributed partly to the upturn in grains and lard. Oats were steady and rye dull, but generally higher Lard was firm on buying credit ed to short covering induced by colder weather and smaller receipt if live hogs. Range of prices on grain am irovisions exchange follows: «biic sreei«liK||4\ W&rWd«l.4..» 310| 10||l05. 17 44t4 ' 83 44% " - ? i Soconv-Vac 3s 64 Sou Par <H4i 88 Sou Pac 4V4s 81 So Pac clt 4s 49 South Ry 6%s 56 South Ry gen 6s 56 Un Pac 1st 4s 47 Jnlt Drug 5s 93 Jtah P*C St 44 Vestern Un 5s 51 \Vheel StP4Vis 6SA 44 44' 44 44 ._ T 43 43' SO>J 79% 79 ; 75V1 75Vi 75 101 101 3 3 7 112% 112V4 112Vi 7 S4Vi 84V4 84' 8 103% 103Vi 103 10 75 74H 75 23 105V4 105 105 Young S & T cv 4s 41 n 102Vi 102V4 102 Brazil Ss 41 Canada 5s 52 3er Gov SVis «5 Ger Gov 7s 49 taly 7s 1951 Tokyo El Lt SB 53 FOREIGN BONDS 18% 19 19 8 MVi 98 2 SVi 8U 5 11 Vi 11'I 6 44 43 79 47V 45H 19 98 11 '• 44 47 Eastern Carrier Issue Plannec WASHINGTON, Feb. 18—(AP)— The Interstate Commerce Commls ;lon authorized the New York Cen _ral Railroad today to issue $10, 900,000 1% per cent equlpmen rust certificates. The certificates will be handle by the Irving Trust Company, Nev York City, as trustee and sold a .00.054 per cent of par and accrue dividends. Goodyear Votes Extra Dividenc AKRON, O.. Feb. 18—(AP)— Goodyear Tire and Rubber Com >any directors today declared ar sxtra dividend of 25 cents a com mon share in addition to the regu ar 25-cent payment. Both ar payable March 15 to February 2 stockholders. ^ Earnings NEW YORK, Feb. 18-lAP)—Lone Star Gas corporation and subsidiaries reperte Sday for 1940 net Income of J6.453.73 LUU« , _, »~ _ .___*nn chara nnmnmrmt usi to * common share, compared or 98 cents a share, in th previous year. ^ McGraw Hill Publishing company reported u. re.atodyn«t if Jl.781,875 for 1940. egual to S2.78 share on 833.821 shares of no par captt stock outstanding. This compares wi 1939 net profit of 91,979,341, or J3.18 th NEW YORK. Feb. 18-(AP)-Southern Railway company reported today for 194 net income of S7,3S2,072, equal to S3.d5 common share, compared with 88,487,726 pr S2.69 a share. In 1939. iTd Air Line Railway company et loss ta 1940 of M.973.349. com to loss of5.B56.5ji5 in 1939. Florida East Coast Railway compar had a net latin J940 ef W.913,930 again loss of 12,091.033 In 1939. and Rallw Silver Market . JfEW YORK NEW YORK. Feb. 18— (AP)— Bar sllv remained steady and unchanged hart to day at 34K. _ LONDON Feb 18 — (AP)— Bar silv 23 AdVl (equivaent 42.28 cents), Crude Rubber NEW YORK. reb. 18— < AP)— Crude m FCKNISHED BY ED WELXICK AND BUYING FUCKS Poultry ens white 2V4 to 3 Ibs. ens white over 3V4 Ibs. ens colored 3!4 to 4Vi Ibs. , ens colored 4Vi to 5.Vi Ibs. rollers. 1 to IV! Ibs. ryers. white 1% to 2Vi Ibs. ryers, white IVi to 1% Ibs. •ryers, colored IVi to 2 Ibs. ryers, colored 2 to 2Vi Ibs. 'ryers. colored 2Vi to 3 Ibs. Coasters soft-bone 3 Ibs. and over tags apons uineas, young , ucks. white Pekln young, 4V4 Ibs. and up uckllngs, all others Ceese. young aquabs over 1 Ib. each urkeys prime No. 1 torn* urkeys prime No. 1 hen* urkeys. prime No. 2 toms urkeys, prime No. 2 hens tabbits. young 2 to 3% Ibs. abbits. young 3V to 4Vi Ibs. abbits. old o. 1 large white o. 1 medium o. 1 small white o. 1 large colored o. 1 medium colored o. 1 small colored WHEAT; Vlay uly *CORN: May "uly Open .78-78 V4 .73-73 V .73Vi-H .59H-Vi .59V-V .58% High Low dose .34 .30 .(ay luly . Sept. SOYBEANS: .lay .S9Vi-V July — ' RYE: .fay luly .86V-86 .79 V4 .74V .74S .60V .59% .59 Vi .34V .31 .90V .86V .78 .73 .73 V4 .59V .58% .58 Vi .34 .30V .79-79V4 -74V4-V .74%-V .60 (i-* .59V .58%-5 .30% .89V •85ft Sept. '£ARD: Mar. Mav luly .42 V4 .44 Vi •44H. 6.15 8.45 .42V .41V .44V4 .43% .45V4 .44Vi .42V .44V .4514 BELLIES:' May 6.17 6.15 6.17 6.30 6.45 6.47 6.60 6.62 11.00 6.47 6.65 CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 18—(AP)—Cash grain wheat No. 1 hard «5; sample grade hari Corn: No. 3 yellow S1V-63V: No. 4 57V-59V: No. 5. 55V-57Vi; sample grad white 55Vi. Oats: No. 3 white 36; sample grad white 33Vi; No. 1 white heavy 37V: No. i 35V. Barley malting Sl-66 nom; feed 42-5 nom. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow 91 Vi. Field seed per hundredweight nominal Timothy 4.00: alsike 9.5(fl2.00: fancy red top 7.50-8.00: red clover 8.00-10.00 sweet clover 3.50-4.00. 3UNNEAPOUS MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. IS—(AP)—Whei. receipt* today 42 cars, compared with 21 a year ago. Trading basis unchanged. Quo -.tions one cent higher. Cash: No. 1 heavy northern 81V; dark north em No. 1 80V. No. 2 79V. No. 3 77V 8V: fancy No. 1 hard Montana 84V Minnesota-South Dakota No. 3 dark han winter 78V-79V: hard amber durum 71V 76V: No. 1 red durum 72-73. Corn. No. 3 yellow 52V-54V. Tradin jasis Vi cent higher. Quotations Vi cen ower to H cent higher. Oats. No. 3 white 31T4-32H. Barley. 39-56. Rye. No. 2 46%-50H. Flax. No. 1 1.72-1.78. Sweet clover Beed, .3.50-75. Range of prices: Hlsh Low WHEAT: rtav July September CORN: >Iay, old May, new OATS: fay July RYE: Mav Julv FLAX: May rulv September Clou .78V .77 V4 -74V4 .77% .7S .73H .54V .54V .50% .30V .77 .74 a? .30% .28' .40' .42 « i.n 1.69 1.61 1.81 WINNtPER Feb. IS—CAP)—Wheat fu, ires: High Lnv Close May .77Vt .76T4 .77 July .79 .78V4 .78 Cash wheat: No. 1 hard 75H. KO. northern 7SV4. No. 2 72V. No. 3 69V No. 2 white oats 33V, No. 3 31V. OMAHA OMAHA. Feb. 18—UP)—Cash whea none. Corn. No. 3 yellow 54. No. 4 53. No. white 37. No. 3 mixed 54 V4. Oats, rye and barley, none. — •. — • o— • ~ Foreign Exchange NEW YORK. Feb. 18—(AP)—The Hon Kone and Shanghai dollars scored ne ealiu in the free foreign exchange mark today. The Hone Kong unit rose .11 of a cei and the Shanghai currency .08 of a cen Dealers attributed the rise, under way f days, as the result mainly of speculatl' action originating in the Far East The Canadian dollar dipped V of a c« and sterling lost % cent. . Closine rates follow (Great Britain dollars, others In cents): - • Canada—Official Canadian control boa rates for U. S. dollars: Buying IB per ce uranium, selling 11 per cent premium equivalent to discounts on Canadian dolla In New York nt buying 9.91 per cen selling 9.09 per cent Canadian dollar New York open parket 15% per cent dl count, or 84.62K U. S. cents. Europe—Great Britain official (banke foreign exchange committee rates),, buyln S4.02, selling 54.04: open market, cabl $4.03. Germanv 40.05N, benevolent 20.7 Finland 2.05N: Qreece .68N: Hunga 19.77N; Italy 5.06; Portugal 4.01; Swed 23.84: Switzerland 23.24X; Yugoslav! 2.35N. Latin American-Argentine official 29.7 free 23.60: Brazil official 6.05N. •5.00N: Mexlca 20.70. Far East—Japan 23.48: Hong Kong 34-6 Shanghai 5.89. (Rates In spot eablt Indicated. NWNqmma m*re|al transaction*,) Metal Market MEW YORK, Feb. 1»—(AP)— '^Copper stemdy; electrolytic •pot Connecticut valley, 12.00; - f. a. «, New Yoik 10JO-12.00. Tin firm; spot mnd neu-by 81.75; forward 51.75. *>«d firm; spot New York 5.65-5.70; forward 5JHK Zinc firm; Eait St. Louia f pot and forward 7.25. Fig 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 171.00-173.00. Platinum, pure 36.00. Chinese wolframite, duty paid, 25.0026.00. Domestic scheellte, 24.00. Poultry And Eggs RN1SHED BY ED WELXICK AND SON Hogs, Cattle, j Lambs Gain KANSAS CITY. Feb. 18—(DSDAJ— law: SaUbte and total 2.000: •trpnr to 10 htaher. mostly 5 hlahtr than Monday: ood to choice 170-270 To*. 7.65-TS: a Iff 0-350 Ibs. 7.2S-85: 140-160 lb».Jr.lMOj w» 6.50-7.00: a, tew TOO: stock plgaT.OO °CattIe: Salable 3.500. total 3.800:. calves* alable and toUI 500; ted «t*er»and yw- nizs fairly active, strong to 23 nizher: soots up more on good to near choice lots? ed heifers shared upturn on steers: epwj eady to strong, spots 25 higher on medium good grades: vealers and calves *te*d£ ockers and feeders unchanged; a few loacn f strictly stood to choice medium weight eers 12.00-25; medium and good zradej ts mostly 9.25-1L63: several loads at ood heifers 10.SO-11.00: butcher cow» 00-7.50. odd beef cows upward to &00; eater too 12.50: a few loads ot good to holce feeders' 10.2S-U.OO. . Sheep: Salable and total 5,000; no earl? lies: asking higher: best fed lambs held. .12 .13 .17 .20 .13 .20 .20 .20 .21 .21 .19 .06 JO .20 .13 ao .15 .30 .16 .14 .11 JJ. .10 .13 .05 .19 .17 .15 .17 .16 .15 LOS ANCELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 18—(UP)—Butter: xtras 33. prime firsts 32. standards 31'/4 ndergrades 30. Large eggs— Candled clean extras 22. candled light dirty extras 21. candled clean :andards 20, candled light dirty standards 9. candled checks 18. Medium eggs—Candled extras 19, candled zht dirty extras 18, candled clean stand- rd» 17. candled light dirty standards 16, andled checks 17. Small eggs—Candled extras 15%. candled Eht dirty extras 15. case count 19. Western cheese—Triplet Daisies 16, Long- cms 1614. loafs 17. Poultry prices—Hen*, leghorns. 2V to V Ibs. 14; over 3V and up to < bs. 14: over 4 Ibs. and up IS: hens olored. 4 to 51-i Ibs. 21; over SVi Ibs. and D 20: broilers. IV and up to IV Ibs. 19 ver IV and up to 2V los. 20: fry, leg orns. over 2V and up to 3 Ibs. IS; col red. 214 and up to 3V Ibs. 16; colored ver 3V and up to 45i Ibs. 17: roasters olored over 4V Ibs. and up 18; stags olored 14: old roosters, colored 11; leghorn 9: ducklings, Pekin. over 5 Ibs. and up 9: under 5 Ibs. 18; old ducks, white Pekln. OS: geese 15; young torn turkeys 4 Ibs. and under 20 Ibs. 13: 20 Ibs. am D 12: young hen turkeys, 9 Ibs. and under 1 Ibs. 16: 11 Ibs. and up 16: old hen urkeys 11; old torn turkeys 11: capons to 8 Ibs. 24: over 8 Ibs. and up 24 abbits. No. 1 white 31i to 4% Ibs. 16 mixed colors. 3V, to 4(4 Ibs. 13: rabbits (oolley 06: No. 1 old 06. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. IS—(AP)—Butter, re eiots 785,862: steady: market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 15,860; firmer: rresh raded, extra firsts, cars 16V, firsts, car 6. current receipts 15. dirties 13V. check 3H: other prices unchanged. Poultry live. 33 trucks: steady to firm ens. 5 Ibs and under 1914. leghorn hens 5: geese, over 12 Ibs. 14; other price unchanged. KANSAS CITT KANSAS CITY. Feb. 18—(AP)—Eggs _4Vi: current receipts. 13V: other price unchanged. Carloadings NEW YORK. Feb. 18—(AP)—Revenu freight cars handled on railroads reportin odav for the week ended February 15 in :Iuded: Prev. Ti Feb. 15 Week Ago 33,719 32,378 30,55 27,437 - " 18.209 12,772 34,532 24.536 25,176 14,665 12.625 9.205 24.016 3ies. 8t Ohio Erie Nickel Plate Pere Marquette Tllinols Cent. *Tew Haven 3ock Island ,'rtsco 3t. Northern Northern Pac. Burlington lorfolk & West 27,992 M. Y. Central 90,575. Southern Rwy. 42,065 Southern Pac. 39,196 St. Paul 28.796 Wabash 16,558 Prev. Week 32,378 27,169 17.856 12.523 33,072 25,476 24,736 14,160 12,486 9,233 23.721 27,363 88,882 41.932 39,185 28,652 16,164 21,401 15,0! 11.21 30.18 18.3( 22.4" 12.45 , 8,5; 22,09 23.34. 73,432 34,61 32,8] 25,28! 13,81 Wool Market BOSTON. Feb. 18—(USDA)—A fair de mana existed in the Boston wool marks today for the finer grades of foreign wool A little more Interest was apparent also Ir the medium grades of South Amerlcar wools. Interest In domestic wools centere largely in contracting the new wool ell 1 Dealers were reported to • have paid 33- L cents, in the grease, for some of the Texa wool contracts. Prices estimated at 51 1.05, scoured basis, were paid for some o the territory wools being contracted. WOOL TOP FUTURES NEW YORK, Feb. IS—(AP)—Commls slon house liquidation replaced an ear demand from trade shorts in wool to futures today and prices finished .2 to . of a cent lower. Mch. 127.4B: May 123.7B Julv 119.0B: Oct. 115.3B. Spot tops 127.0B. B—Bid. rave 10.65. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Feb. 18—(USDA)—SalabI* OKS 14.000: total 17,500; opened fairly ct!v« 10-15 higher than Monday's av- rage, later trade around 5-10 lower than, arly; top 8.20; bulk 180-240 Ibs. 7.90-8.20; 40-270 Ib. butcher mostly 7.80-8.00; 270330 Ib. averages generally 7.60-90: good lacking sows 400 Ibs. down 7.10-35; 42550 Ib. kinds mostly 6.75-7.00. j Salable cheep 8.000: total 8.000: lab londay fat lambs closed active, mostly 5-25 higher: bulk good to choice 82-m b. fed westerns 10.65-85: top 10.85 freely- o shippers; several loads 102-105 lo»/ 0.50-60: few 95 Ib. yearlings 9.00: oofl ots slaughter ewes 6.00 down: today"* rade, early trade on fat lambs moderately ictive. around 10 higher: other lambs held or more advance: four loads good to cnol£« round 90-97 Ib. fed western lambs 10.83: ther Rood to choice handywelght lamb» eld to 11.00. and slightly above: two> oads good to choice 112 Ib. fed Colorado* 0.60: sheep very scarce. Salable cattle 5,500: calves 1.000: itorm larket generally strong to 25 higher, ateer* howinz least advance: heifers 15 higher, ery scarce; cows 10-15 up: bulls mostW 5 higher on very limited run: bulk teers unsold, however medium grade* 0-15 higher: spots up 10-15 on good to hoice offerings, but mainly strong market n steers with instances 10-15 hlghera choice and prime 1,267 Ib. averages topped t 15.25: most early sales 9.75-13.00: best earlines around 14.25; shipper demand ot especially broad: mild upturn on medium to good grades going on local ccount paid under protest: most lea eifers 9.30-11.35: cutter cows 6.00 down: weighty sausage bulls to 8.25 and cholc; ealers to 14.00: stock cattle scarce at .00-10.50. LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES. Feb. 18— (Federal-Stat* Market News Service)—Hogs salable sup- >ly 400: steady: medium to choice 170-22S b butchers 8.35-9.00: top 9.00 on load 218 b. Utahs: off weights down to 7.50: padc- np sows 6.50-7.00. tattle salable 550: steady: few common steers 8.00-9.50: good led steers quoted 0.73 upward: load fleshy feeder steers 0.15: few good heifers 10.0: some held ilgher: others 9.00 down: sows 7.00-75: good lacking: canners and cutters 5.00-6.75; bulls 7.50-8.50: Monday fed steers 10.2S- .1.00; fed Mexicans 9.50: fed heifers to ;0.50; top cows 8.50. Calves salable 250: steady: odd vealer* to 13.00- choice quoted around 14.00; few :alves 9'.50-10.50. Sheep salable none: good to choice woo ed ambs quoted around 10.75 and good wooled ewes to 6.75. - DENVER DENVER. Feb. IS — (USDA) — Cattle: Salable and total 800; calves, salabl* and total. 100: nothing done early on carlots: scattered sales small bunches steady: few cows 6.50-7.25: few canners and cutters 5.00-5.75: bulls 6.50-7.00: vealers 13.00 down: few stocker and feeder steers 9.509.75: mixed stock calves 11.25: latai ye«- :erday. top beef cows 7.75 and best fed he Hog 5 s: 10 sf?able 900: total 1.300: fairly active, generally around 10 higher: good and choice 1SO-270 Ibs. 7.60-7.85: early top 7.85 to small killers, but many lots held higher: 270-300 Ibs. 7.35-7.65: weighti around 340 Ibs. 7.00: good and choice. 160180 Ibs. 7.50-7.85: sows 6.25-6.75. Sheen: Salable and total 2.700: trucked- in lambs opened fully steady at 9.40-10.00 r. no carlots sold, asking strong to a shad* higher or 10.40 freight paid, or above, talking around steady: 3 loads ewes 5. o memo: sorted at 3.75: native ewes 5.50 down: few trucked-ln lots feeding lambs 9.50-9.60. Dividends NEW YORK. Feb. 18—(AP)—Directors of Kennecott Copper corporation today voted a distribution of 25 cents a share and a special distribution of the same amount on the capital stock, both payable Mar. 31 to holders or record Feb. 28. In 1940 tht company paid total dividends of S2.T5 a share. Including two special distribution* of 50 cents each and one of 75 cents. The Italian State Railways nowt have 4,263 steam and 1,482 electric locomotives. A deaeriptiva prospaeiu* will b« gladly furnuh^ on request by H. 6. HANCHETT Bond and Inveatment Co. Phan.3-10U Income Property Now Paying 4V2% Net Is Available for Investment or Future Building Requirements ... Because owner has recently acquired larger property this choice downtown site is now offered for sale. The southwest corner of Second avenue and Van Buren street,, approximately 150 feet on West Van Buren, and approximately lZiy 2 feet on North Second avenue. This is a well located quarter of a block on the most important and heavily traveled transcontinental highway, and in the center of much wholesale, retail and business activity. Part of this corner now leased to a major oil company on long-term lease and balance of property also rented to same tenant. Present income from this property is $3420 per year. 1940 taxes were $1,369. .All street and other assessments completely paid. Priced low to sell at $45,000. Income now is a return of 4% % net. The Above Property Is An Excellent Site for Fofore Building Requirement* TERMS cut b« arranged for as little as 80% caih, and balance at 5% intereat to be paid in annual installments of 1596 of the purchase price. If 5096. or more of the purchase price' is paid, balance can be handled on straight mortgage at 8% interest. S*t Your RMltor For CtmiMt Milb

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