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(As reported by the Comptroller of the Currency).
NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS, AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS, ETC., JUNE 30, 1914.

STATES
Number of

Average
Amount of

Number of Amount of

Average
to Each
TERRITORIES.
Depositors, Deposits.

to Each
Depositors.
Depositor.
TET LITORIES

Deposits.

Depositur. Maine...... 240,604 $97,221,727.11 8404, 07 Ohio ............

117,695 $64,580,398.28 $548.69 N. Hampshire... 218,62 102.371 13.90 467.75 Indiana

34,445 13,249,197.25 384.5 Vermont 117,584 5,939,223.30 450.22 Michigan

544,898 174,138 267.66 319.58 Massachusetts 2,305,340 895,178,637,11 388.31 Wisconsin

84,296 27.862,369.52 830.53 Rhode Island.... 148,283 $2,237,169.50 554.59 Minnesota ......... 144,568 32,89,622.43 227,63 Connecticut... 622,852 313,273.629.22 502.96 Iowa..

607,878 217,038,620.92 357.13 X. Eng. States 3,653,291) $1,543,191,525,30 $432.39 Mid.w. States 1,533,780 $529,698,366.00 $343, 57 New York........ 3,181,023 $1,771,560,808.38 $556.91 North Dakota.. 4,690 $910,102.06 $194.05 New Jersey........ 336,600 130,635,801.93 339.10 Nebraska" Pennsylvania 500,465 218.443.715.05 437.28 Kansas.....

24,318 4,474,626.82 183.99 Delaware 34,1761 12,054.855.15 3:2.73 Montana.....

5,644 2,346,869.17 368.10 Maryland 239,585 109.663,346.61 378.69 Wyoming....

8,695 1,073,810.93 123.50 Dis.of Columbia 80,424 10,978,723.65 136.52 Colorado.....

8,950

2,213,706.79 247. 54 Last'n States

4,519 1,007,365.97
4,422,273 $2,253,737,250.83 3309.63 New Mexico.

Oklahoma
Virginia ...... 44,091 $10,784,314 28 8244.60
West Virginia...

5,532,196.21

West'n States
81,824
173, 83

50,816 $11,926,48124 $209.91 North Carolina. 56,199 10,338,466.24 183.96 South Carolina. 36,178 10.873,392.70

300.56 Washington....

58,5071 $19,053,871,31 $325.67 Georgia... 54,748 12,491,635.491

15,493 5.678,193.35 30.5 93 Blorida,

9,506 1,580,615,57 166.27 California...... 876,663 458,215,671.00 Alabama

Idaho........

973

194,836,58 200. 24 Mississippi 13,331 4,908,623.09 320.20 Utah.

55,635 14,085,750.85 253.16 Louisiana. 63,165 17,650,883.22 279.44 Nevada.

1,789 1,475,197.14 894. 69 Arkansas

Arizona..

3.589 1,814,225.50 505,50 Kentucky

46.802 7,361,257.19 157.29 Tennessee. 72,8431 16,079,166.58 220.75

Pacific States. 1,012,652 $500,507,745.03 $494, 26 S'thern States 430,687 $97.600,480.57 8:326.62 Total, U. S.../ 11,109,499 $1,936 ,591,449.03 $141.35 Total number of baliks in 1911, 2.100.

Tu 1913, 1,978 hauks had average deposits per capita in United States $48.57, based on a population of 97,337,000, estimated by Government Actuary.

NOTE-avings deposits in the saving departments of Illinois State Banks and Trust Companies on June 4, 1913, aygrégating $292,933,683, not included in above table.

The compilatiou for 1914 includes 6:34 mutual savings banks and 1,466 stock savings banks. Included with the figures for 1914 are $157,172,071.19 reported as subject to check without notice. $21,461,209.50 demand certificates of deposit, and $1,360,000. 29 certitied checks and cashiers' checks outstanding. *Included with statistics for commercial banks.

SAVINGS BANKS, DEPOSITORS, AND DEPOSITS IN THE UNITED STATES.
Number of Number of

Number of
YEAR.

Number of
Bank

YEAR.
Depositors.
Deposits.
Banks, Depositors.

Deposits. 1850.

108 251,354 843, 431.130 1900.. 1,002 6,107,083 $2,449,547,885 1800..

278 693,870 149,277,504 1910.. 1,759 9,142, 708 4,070,486,246 1870.

517 1,630,846 5-49,874,358 1913. 1,978 10,766,936 4,727,403,950 18so.

629 2,335,582 819,106, 973 1890.

921 4,258,893 1,524.844,506 NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS AND AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, CONTKIES. Date Number

Average Average (Latest reports received by the Bureau of Foreign and of

Deposits. Deposit

Deposit Per Domestic Commerce in Washington.)

Rerorts. Depositors.

Account. inbabitant. Austria, communal and private savings banks 1911 4,388,064 $1,291,041,227 $294.42

$44.89 Austría, postal savings banks, Savings dept... 1913

2,300,107 40.297,296 17.52

1.40 Austria, postal savings banks, check dept. 1913

1:22,870 79,561,438 647.53 Belgium, Government savings banks..

1912 3,013,296 204,147,391

67.75 26.94 Belgium, com. and private savings banks... 1912

49 794 11.854.503 238.07

1.56 Bulgaria, postal savings banks.

1911
1312,469

8,797,965
29.16

2.03 Chile, public savingy banks....

1912
301,363 8.193,721 27.19

2.37 Denmark, coin, and corporate savings banks. 1912 1,210,017 189,978,301 157.00 67.85 Esypt, Government savings banks.

1913
282,401
3,176,757 11.25

0.27 France, private savings banks..........

1912 8,391,694 754,409.859 89.90

19.05 France, post:il savings banks.. 1912 6,187,203 336.593,799 54.45

8.51 Germany, public and corporate sav. banks., 1913 22.979,254 4,445,633,674 193.47 67.73 Germany, com. and private savings banks. 1909 1,149,261 428,023.064 372.44

20.35 Hungary, postal savings banks, sav. dept.., 1912

831,143 21,983,784 26.29

1.05 Hungary, postal savings banks, check dept.. 1912

24.104 2,027,751 913.86

1.05 Italy, com. and corporate savings banks. 1913 2,399.600) 490,191,840 204.28 13 91 Italy, postal savings banks......

1991
5,780,010 370.072,143 65.00

10.67 Japan, private savings banks.. 1912 8,639,29 82,883,367 9.59

1.17 Japan, postal savings banks.

1913 19,584,743 90,495.896 7.67

1.37 Netherlands, private savings banks....

1911

470,333 47,811,870 101.66 Vetherlands, postal savings banks..

1912 1,607,016 71.016,038 44.19 11.79 Norway, com, and private savings banks.

1912 1,079,704 152,065,236 140.97 62.42 Rumanía, Government savings banks..

1910
21.10 11.616.820 53.19

1.69 Russia, state, including postal savings banks. 1913 8,96* 225 867,929 500 96.56

5.17 Spain, private savings banks....

1912
5.3:49 56,913,487 97.57

2.91 Siveden, communal and trustee savings banks. 1:13 1,664,163 242.333 309 143.62 43:4 Sipden, postal savings banks,

1913
573.704

12,885,976 22.38 Switzerland, com, and private savings banks, 1408 1,963,417 307,386,431 156.66 86.17 United Kingdom, trustee savings banky, ..(a) 1912

1, 70,510 201,75.606 140.00

5.73 United Kingdom, postal savings banks....

1912 12,750,693 886,211,-61 69 50 19.41 (a) Exclusive of Government stock

bud for d positors, which at the end of the year amounted to $120,907,298 in postal savings banks and to $13,163,196 1n the trustee savings bauks.

Stock List and Prices of Leading Stocks in 1914.

44

July

82

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OUTSTANDING STOCK AND BONDED INDEBTEDNESS.
HIGHEST AND LOWEST PRICES ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE IN 1914 TO CLOSE OF THE EXCHANGE
ON ACCOUNT OP THE WAR IN EUROPE.

Rate Date Pay Highest
Stock
Bonds Pct. ment Last

and STOCKS.

Outstand Outstand Last Dividend Lowest ing.

ing.

Div. Declared. 1914. (6) Ādams Express.

1120.000 $36,000,000 $1.50 Sept. 1, 1914 108 91 Allis-Chalmers Mfg. $26,000,000

14%

6 Allis-Chalmers Mfg. pid.

49

3246 Amalgamated Copper.

153,887,900

500. Nov. 30, 1914 784 49 Am. Agricultural Chem.

18,330,900

1 Oct. 15, 1914 5913 47% Am. Agricultural Chem. pid

27,112,700

16,806,000

144 Oct. 15, 1914 973 91 Am. Beet Sugar..

15,000,000

114 Nov. 15, 1912 29 19 Am. Beet Sugar pld.

5,000,000

11 Oct. 1, 1914 75? 66 Am. Brake Shoe & Foundry

4,600,000

14 Sept. 30, 1914 972 80 Am. Brake Shoe & Foundry pid.

5,000,000

710,000

2 Sept. 30, 1914 1467 129% Am. Can. 41,233,300 13,448.000

35% 1974 Am. Can pid

41,233,300

14 Oct. 1, 1914 96 80 Am. Car & Foundry

30,000,000

Oct. 1, 1914 534 Am. Car & Foundry pid.

30.000.000

14 Oct. 1, 1914 11878 112 Am. Cities pfd.

20,553,500 10,000,000

3
1, 1914 08

5945 Am. Coal Products.

10.726,700

14 Oct. 1, 1914 86% Am, Coal Products pfd..

2,500,000

17 Oct. 15, 1914 107 102 Am, Cotton Oul.

20,237,100 10,000,000 27 June 1, 1911 46% 32 Am. Cotton Oil pid.

10,198.600

3 Dec. 1, 1914

974 938 Am. Express

18,000,000

1 Oct. 1, 1914 11014 994 Am. Hide & Leather. 11,500,000 5,265,000

544 Am. Hide & Leather pid

13,000,000

Aug. 15, 1905 25 % 17 Am. Ice Securities.

19,045, 100

2,973,080

14 July 20, 1907 32% Am. Linseed.. 16.750.000

117

74 Am. Linseed pfd.

16,750.000

izi sept. 15, 1900 312 25 Am. Locomotive.

25,000,000

14 Aug. 26, 1908 37% 20% Am. Locomotive pfd.

25,000,000

1/4 Oct. 21, 1914 102% 96 Am. Malt Corp. 5,756,256

9% 5 Am. Malt Corp. pid

8,843,990

1 Nov. 4, 1914 5019/ 32 Am. Smelters Sec, pfd. B.

30,000,000

14 Oct. 1. 1914 85 Am. Smelting & Refining.

50,000,000

1 Am. Smelting & Refining pfd.

Dec. 15, 1914 7174 5012 50,000,000

14,508,000

17 Dec. 1, 1914/105 Am. Snuff

11,000,000

с Oct. 1, 1914 172 153 Am. Sauf pfd...

4,119,400

16 Oct. 1, 1914 1064 997 Am, Steel Foundries.

17,184.000 5,418,100 Sept. 30, 1914 3742 27 Am, Sugar Refining..

45,000,000

14 Oct. 2, 1914 10978 97 Am. Sugar Refining pfd

45,000,000

14 Oct. 2, 1914|114 107 Am. Telegraph & Cable

14,000,000

11. Sept. 1, 1914 59 59 Am. Telephone & Telegraph.

344.659,000 159,535,000 2 Oct. 15, 1914 124 % 114 Am, Tobacco

40,242,400

5

Dec. 1, 1914256 215 Am. Tobacco píd new.

52,838,600

4,373,800
14 Oct. 1, 1914 109

101% Am. Woollen.. 20,000.000

20% 12 Am. Woollen prd.

40,000,000

1/4 Oct. 15, 1914 83% 1245 Am. Writing Paper pfd.

12,500,000 17,000,000 1 Apr. 1, 1913 17% 10 Anaconda Copper

108,312,500

250. Oct. 14, 1914 381 25 Atch., Top. & Santa Fe

195,807,500

19 Dec. Atch, Top. & Santa Fé pfd.

1, 1914 100% 89% 319,146,148 114,173,730

21 Aug. 1, 1914 10134 97% Atlantic Coast Line.. 68.558,000 154,730,169 31 July 10, 1914 126

114 Baldwin Locomotive.

20,000,000

1

July 1, 1914 Baldwin Locomotive pfd.

52% 38 20,000,000

10,000,000
34 July 1, 1914 110

102% Baltimore & Ohio.

152,317,468

3 Baltimore & Ohio prd.

Sept. 1, 1914 98 58 72 60,000,000 343,882,779

2 Sept. 1, 1914 83% 71% Bethlehem Steel..

14.862,000
26,115,533

444 292 Bethlehem Steel pfd.

14,908,000

16 Oct. 1, 1914 86 68 Brooklyn Rapid Transit.

74,520,000 12,220,000 112 Oct. 1, 1914 94% 79 Brooklyn Union Gas.

17,990,000 14,698,000 14 Oct. 1, 1914130 120 Bufl., Roch. & Pitts.

10,500,000

2 Bufl., Roch. & Pitts. pfà

Aug. 15, 1914 1083 90 6,000,000 }

29,738,000

3 Aug. 15, 1914 11644 116% Butterick.

14.647,200

4 Sept. 1, 1914 291326 California Petroleum.

14,877,005

11

1, 1913 30% 16%8 Callfornia Petroleum pfd.

12.343,026

12 Oct. 1, 1914 68 50 Canada Southern..

15,000.000 22.630,000

11 Aug. 1, 1914 614 60 Canadian Pacific.

260,000,000 16,807,520 212 Oct. 5, 1914 22019 156 Central Leather.

39,701,030

2 Central Leather pfd.

Feb. 2, 1914 37 2578 33,299,050

36,764,150

14 Oct. 1. 1914 104 942 Chesa peake & Ohio.

62,795,800 167,120,176 1 June 30, 1914 68 411 Chic. Great Western. 45.246,913

154 Chic. Great Western pfd.

37,906,000 43,926,902

4112 25 Chic., Mil. & St. Paul..

116,348,200

310,444,000 24 Sept. 1, 1914 107 85 Chic., Mil. & St. Paul pfd.

116.274,900

316 Sept. 1, 1914143 130 Chic.. Rock Island & Pacinc.

74.877,200

257.815,600 114 Dec. 31, 1913 33 33 Chic., St. P., Mion. & Omaha.

11,256,800

315 Aug. 20, 1914 1314 125 Chic., St. P., Minn. & Omaha pid.

18,556.200 39,337,000

34. Aug. 20, 1914 140 132 Chic. & Alton..

19,542,800

68,525,000

2 Feb. 15, 1910 11% Choc. & Alton pid.

8% 20,423,300

2 Jan. 16, 1911 20 12 Chic. & Northwestern.

130,114,500
211,800,500

1% Oct. 1, 1914 1367 126 Chic. & Northwestern pid.

22,395,000

2

Oct. 1, 1914 180 170 Chino Copper.

4,337,600

62,000 500. Sept.30, 1914 44 32 Cleve., Cin., Chic, & St. L.

47,056,300

2

40 Sept. 1, 1910

22 Cleve., Cin. Chic. & St. L. pid.

10,000,000

91,511,048

14 July 21, 1913 70 40 Colorado Fuel & Iron..

34,235.500 Colorado Fuel & Iron pid....

174 Apr. 15, 1902 34 2046 2,000,000 *39,972,000

4 Jan. 1, 1914 140 140

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STOCK LIST AND PRICES OF LEADING STOCKS IN 1914Continued.

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8,500,000
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49,777,300
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42,277,000
42,503,000
38,000,000
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30,815,281
12,000,000
10,000,000
16,113,807
112,378,900
47,892,400
16,000,000

6,000,000 12,000,000 10.858,000 13,750,000 101,394,200 16,476,783 14,985,200 60,000.000 30,000,000 230,960,150

29,229,000
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Colorado & Southern.
Colorado & Southern 1st pid.
Colorado & Southern 2d pid.
Consolidation Coal..
Consolidated Gas..
Corn Products Refining.
Corn Products Refining pfd.
Delaware, Lack. & Western.
Delaware & Hudson..
Denver & Rio Grande.
Denver & Rio Grande prd.
Distillers Securities ..
Dul.. South Shore & Atl..
Dul., South Shore & Atl. ped.
Du Pont de N. Powder pfd.
Erie...
Erie 1st pfd.
Erie 2d pf
Fed. Mining & Smelting.
Fed. Mining & Smelting pid.
General Chemical.
General Chemical prd.
General Electric..
General Motors.
General Motors pld.
Goodrich B. F...
Goodrich B. F. pfd.
Great Northern pid.
Great Northern Ore Properties,
Guggenheim Exploration,
Hocking Valley
Homestake Mining.
Illinois Central..
Interboro-Metropolitan.
Interboro-Metropolitan pid.
International Agricultural.
International Agricultural prd.
International Harvester of N. J...
International Harvester of N. J. pod.
International Harvester Corporation.
International Harvester Corp. pd.
International Mer. Marine....
International Mer. Marine pfd.
International Paper...
International Paper pid.
International Steam Pump.
International Steam Pump pfd.
Iowa Central.
Iowa Central pid.
Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Memphis pfd.
Kansas City Southern..
Kansas City Southern pid
Lackawanna Steel.
Lake Erie & Western.
Lake Erie & Western pfd.
Lake Shore...
Lehigh Valley.
Liggett & Myers.
Lig ett & Myers pd.
Long Island.
Loose-Wlles Biscuit.
Loose-Wiles Biscuit 1st pid.
Louisville & Nashville.
Mackay Companies...
Mackay Companies pid
Manhattan Railway
May Department Stores.
Mexican Petroleum.
Miami Copper .
Minn., St. P. & S. S. Marie.
Minn, St. P. & S. S. Marie pfd.
Minn. & St. Louis.
Minn. & St. Louis pfd.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas pid.
Missouri Pacinc.
Nashville, Chat. & si. Louis.
National Biscuit..
National Biscuit pfd.
National Enameling & Stamping
National Enameling & Stamping pfd.
National Lead..
National Lead pfd.
Nat. Rwys. of Mexico 1st pfd.
Nat. Rwys. of Mexico 2d pfd.
Nevada Con, Copper...

154

Rate Date Pay Highest
Pct.

ment Last and Last

Dividend Lowest
Div. Declared. 1914. (0)

1 Dec. 31, 1912 28 20
2 Oct. 1, 1913 62

3849
2 Oct. 1, 1913 35 30
112 Oct. 31, 1914
11 Dec. 15, 1914 i39isiin

7 17 Oct. 15, 1914 72

58% 28 Oct. 21, 1914 406 % 382 27 Sept.21, 1914 1594140

194 219 Jan. 16, 1911 31 8 Oct. 31, 1912 2017 11

6 3

11 8 'ijloct. 26, 1914

3212] 20% Feb. 28, 1907 49 32

Apr. 9, 1907 40% 26% 149 Jan. 15, 1909 15 7 1 Sept.15, 1914 43

2933 14 Dec. 1, 1914 180 160 19 Oct. 1, 1914 11415 107 2 Oct. 15, 1914 150% 1394

99 3 Nov. 1, 1914 95 70 1 Feb. 15, 1913 28 78 1/4 Jan. 1, 1915 91 79 1% Nov. 2, 1914 134 113 500. Nov.25, 1913 39%

2215 34 Oct. 1, 1914 579 2 June 30, 1914 127 125 650. Oct. 26, 1914 121

1094 212 Sept. 1, 1914 115

1695 10% in July 1, 1907 652 52

5% 34 Jan. 15, i9i3 36 13 17 Oct. 15, 1914 11349 82 12 Dec. 1, 1914 118% 113 % 1 July 15, 1914 112 83 1% Dec. 1, 1914 119 1144

3% 14

6,2 July 1, 1899 10% 62 12 Oct. 15, 1914 41

9 Apr. 1, 1905 9% 3 14 Feb. 1, 1913 29 10

7% 7 14 Mar. 1. 1900 1348 13 1 July 1, 1914 77 65

201
July 15, 1914 62 50
1 Jan. 31, 1913 40 26%

9 5
Jan. 15, 1908 21% 14
6 July 29, 1914
2% Oct. 1, 1914 1561/ 118
3 Dec. 1, 1914 231 208
1% Oct.

1, 1914 1184 111% 1 Nov. 2, 1896 36 28

38
14 Oct. 1, 1914 105 % 101
3Aug. 10, 1914 141% 127
17 Oct.

1, 1914 8734 61
1 Oct. 1, 1914 70
1% Oct. 1, 1914 133 128
144 Sept. 1, 1914 694 51%

14 Aug. 30, 1913 73 47 500 Aug. 15, 1914 24% 34 Oct. 15, 1914137 102 314 Oct. 15, 1914/145 130 219 Jan, 15, 1904 164 12 215 Jan. 15, 1910 35 27

24 2 Nov. 10, i9i3 60 24 Jan. 30, 1908 30 8 31 Aug. 1, 1914 144 135 1% Oct. 15, 1914 139 120 12 Aug. 31, 1914 128 119%

July 1, 1905 14 9 1 Sept. 30, 1914 86% 78

2. Sept.30, 1914 52 40 114 Dec. 15, 1914 109 105 2 Feb. 10, 1913 34 30

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70,626,000
15,261,000

9,486,800
13,370,000
44,567,000
46,750,000
34,994,000
10.875,000
167,938,184
77,128,000
30.204,000
59,744,572

28%

20,793,300 11,000,000 25.116,000 109,296,000 93,262,192 45,740.000

7,869.000 13,040,200 40,000,000 30,000,000 40,000,000 30,000,000 49.931,735 51.730,971 17,442,800 22,406,700 17,762,500 11,350,000 8,524,683 5,074,771 15,000,000 30,000,000 21,000,000 35.000.000 11,810.000 11,810,000 50,000,000 60,608.000 21,496,400 15,383,800 12,000,000 8,000,000 5,000,000 72,000,000 41,380,100 50,000,000 60,000,000 15,000,000 40,287,300

3,733,795 25,206,800 12,603,400 15,370,200

5,917.500 63,300,300 13,000,000 83,251,085 16,000,000 29,236,000 24,804,500 15.591.800

8,546.600 20.655,400 24,367.600

28,831,000 120,373,037

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STOCK LIST AND PRICES OF LEADING STOCKS IN 1914Continued.

STOCKS.

Stock
Outstand-

ing.
$27,436,800

1774

New Jersey Central. New York Air Brake.. New York Central & Hudson River. New York, Chic. & St. L. New York, Chic. & St. L 1st pfd. New York, Chic, & St. L. 2d plà. New York Dock.. New York Dock pd. New York, New Haven & Hartford. New York, Ontario & Western.. New York State Railways. Norfolk Southern... Norfolk & Western. Norfolk & Western pid. North American. Northern Pacifc. Ontario Mining. Pacific Mall., Pacific Tel. & Tel. Pacific Tel. & Tel. pfd. Pennsylvania R. R. People's Gas Light & Coke. P. Lorillard.. P. Lorillard pd. Philadelphia Company Pitts., Cinc., Chic. & St. L. Pitts., Cinc., Chic. & St. L pd. Pittsburgh Coal. Pittsburgh Coal pid. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago. Pressed Steel Car... Pressed Steel Car pid Public Service Corp. of New Jersey. Pullman... Quicksilver. Quicksilver pid. Railway Steel Spring. Railway Steel Spring pd. Ray Consolidated Copper. Reading.. Reading ist på. Reading 2d pid. Republic Iron & Steel. Republic Iron & Steel pid. Rock Island.. Rock Island pfd.. Rumely (M.). Rumely (M.) pfd. Rutland pid St. Louis & San Francisco. St Louis & San Francisco 1st pid. St. Louis & San Francisco 2d pid. St. Louis & S. F., C. & E. I. stk. ctfs. St. Louis Southwestern... St. Louis Southwestern pld. Seaboard Air Line. Seaboard Air Line pid Sears-Roebuck. Sears-Roebuck pid. Slogs-Sheffield steel & Iron. SI293-Sheffield Steel & Iron ptd. Southern Pacific... Southern ... Southern pfd. Southern Mobile & Ohio Tr. ctfs. Standard Milling.. Standard Milling pid Studebaker. Studebaker pld. Tennessee Copper. Texas Company. Texas Pacitic Land Trust. Texas & Pacifc. Third Avenue Rallway. Toledo, St. Louis & Western. Toledo, St. Louis & Western pid. Twin City Rapid Transit.. Twin City Rapid Transit pid. Underwood Typewriter.. Underwood Typewriter pid. Union Bag & Paper.. Union Bag & Paper pfd. Union Pacific. Union Pacino pfd. United Clgar Mirs. United Cigar Mirs. pfd.

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Rate Date Pay Highest Bonds Pct. ment Last

and Outstand Last Dividend Lowest ing.

Div. Declared. 1914. (0) $43,924,000 2 Nov. 2, 1914 320 1300

3,000,000 19 Sept. 25, 1914 69 58 389,554,841 14 Oct. 15, 1914 96% 77

4 Mar. 1, 1913 45 35 28,777,000 24 Mar. 2, 1914

213 Mar. 2, 1914|'72 66 12,550,000 1 Oct. 16, igii 2673) 261 205,454,450 14 Sept. 30, 1913 78 499 28,650,000 2 Aug. 4, 1913 31% 18% 21.060,000

Oct. 1, 1914 16,948,000 29 Jan. 1, 1914 43 25

19 Dec. 19, 1914 1057/ 971 110,150,000

1 Nov. 19, 1914 91 85

14 Jan. 2, 1915 79% 64% *i9i,365,500 1% Nov. 2, 1914 118 97

30c. Dec. 20, 1902 2% 24 1% Dec. 1, 1899 29

31 20 41,664,000

14 Oct. 15, 1914 904 8699 245,489,977 19 Nov. 30, 1914 115 105 45,250,000 2 Nov. 25, 1914 125 106

24 Oct. 1, 1914 190 160 21,304,500

14 Oct. 1, 1914 1177 110 21,171,000 12 Nov. 2, 1914

*64 % Apr. 25, 1914 91 64,650,800 12 July 25, 1914 101 95

239 16% 19,337,000

14 Oct. 26, 1914 9382
1XOct. 6, 1914

Dec. 16, 1914 46 26%

11 Nov. 25, 1914 104% 96 % 37,000,000 14 Sept. 30, 1914 114 107 2 Nov. 16, 1914 159 151

27 22 % June 1, 1903

11 2 May 20, 1913 34% 19% 6,901,000

1% Sept. 21, 1914 101 90 2,860,500 3740. June 30, 1914 22% 16 %

Nov. 12, 1914 1724 137 98,857,000 Dec. 10, 1914 89% 87

Oct. 8, 1914 93 82

27

18% 14,272,000 *ix July 1, 1914 914 78

/ 1 Nov. 1, 1905 25 14 Mar. 15, 1913 18 674

17 Apr. 1, 1913 41 11,814,000 149 Apr. 15, 1908

5% 1 May 1, 1913 18 8 180,135,492

1 Dec. 1, 1905 9X 31 19 Apr. 1, 1913 10 4

26% 17% 53,458,500

Apr. 15, 1914 65136 45,375,900

22% 15 1 Aug. 15, 1914 58 46 14 Nov. 16, 1914 1974 1707 14 Oct. 1, 1914 125 122

1% Sept. 1, 1910 35 4,000 000

194 14 Oct. 1. 1914 92 85 195,081,900 14 Oct. 1, 1914 991 8474

2814 231,440,000 (d) 2 Nov. 1, 1919 85!4 6733

Oct. 1, 1914 2 Aug. 1, 1913! 40 13' 32 24 Oct. 31, 1914 6614 61

20 6,800,000

i4Dec. 1. 1914 92 70 1,000,000 750. Oct. 1, 1914 36% 24% 15,000,000 24. Sept. 30, 1914 149% 112

99 95 54,952,0ii

17%

12 43,326,000

454 33

5 28,027,000 1 Oct. 16, igii 23

942 14 Oct. 1, 1914 108% 94% 19,888,000

14 Oct. 1, 1914/109 109
1 Oct. 1, 1914 88 7344

1x Oct. 1, 1914 113 1052 3,653,000

8% 3% Oct: '15, i9i2 32 13 18

2 Oct. 1, 1914 164% 112 191,920,865

2 Oct. 1, 1914 86 78 1 Nov. 2, 1914 504 40 1% Dec. 1, 1914|104 99

225,581,066
14,000,000

5.000.000
11,000,000

7,000,000 10,000,000 180,017.000 58,113,982 19,947.000 16.000.000 107.758,700 22,991.700

29.793,300 248,000,000

15.000.000 20.000.000 18,000,000 32,000,000 499,265,700 38,500,000 15,155,6001 11,307,600 47,248,000 37,173,000 1 27,477,800 28,104,600 27,071,800 72,150,585 12,500,000 12,500,000 25.000.000 120,000,000

5,708,700 4,291,300 13,500,000 13,500,000 14,544,040 70,000,000 28,000,000 42,000,000 27,191,000 25,000,000 90,888,202 49,947,450 10,908,300 10,000,000

9,257,000 29,000,000

5.000.000 16.000.000

8.399.000 16,356,100 19,893,650 37,019,400 23,894,100 40,000.000

8,000,000 10,000,000

6,700,000 272,672,405 120,000,000 60,000,000

5,670,200 4,600,000 6,691,500 27,931.600

) 5,000,000 30,000,000

3.670.000 38,763.810 16,590.000 10,000,000 10,000,000 20,100.000 3.000.000 8,500,000 4,600,000 16,000,000 11,000,000 222,291,600 99,543,500 10.847,500 5,000,000

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STOCK LIST AND PRICES OF LEADING STOCKS IN 1914-Continued.

Rate Date Pay Highest
Stock

Bonds Fot. ment Last and
STOCKS.
Outstand Outstand Last Dividend

Lowest ing.

Div. Declared. 1914. (0) United Dry Goods.

$14,427,500

2 May 1, 1914 91 88 United Dry Goods pid.

10,615,900

134 June 1, 1914 100% 53 United Railways Investment..

20,400,000
$18,150,000

23%

945 United Railways Investment pid

16,000,000

(e)24 Jan. 2, 1907 49422 United States Cast Iron Pipe

12,106,300

1 Dec. 2, 1907 13% 1,078,000

7% United States Cast Iron Pipe pfd.

12,106,300

1 Apr. 15, 1914 49 30 United States Express.

10,000,000

3 May 15, 1912 87 46 United States Industrial Alcohol, 12,000,000

20 United States Industrial Alcohol pd.

6,000,000

14 Oct. 15, 1914 85% 78% United States Realty & Improvement. 16,162,800 11,930,000 12 Aug. 1, 1914 63% 54 United States Rubber...

36,000,000

13 Oct. 31, 1914 63 Vnited States Rubber 1st pfd.

59,374,900

17,500,000

2 Oct. 31, 1914 104 95 United States Steel .. 508,302,500

50

4 Dec. 30, 1914.67% United States Steel prd.

360,281,100
620,501,377

1% Nov. 28, 1914 112X 106 Utah Copper

15,836,800

750. Sept. 30, 1914 59 45 Virginia-Carolina Chemical.

27,984,400

1% Feb. 15, 1913 34% 21 Virginia-Carolina Chemical pfd.

20,000,000

13,500,000

2 Nov. 15, 1914 10713 96 Virginia Iron, Coal & Coke..

9,073,680 5,171,000 15

TOct. 1, 1907 52 35 Vulcan Detinning.

2,000,000

1 July 20, 1903 Vulcan Detinning pfd.

1,500,000

11/21 Nov. 20, 1913 40 21 Wabash. 53,200,213

4% Wabash pid

39,200,213
117,295,923

13 Wells-Fargo & Company

23,967,400

3 July 15, 1914 105% 80 Western Maryland. 49,429,230

35 12% Western Maryland pid.

10,000,000

46,624,000

1 Oct. 19, 1912 60 30 Western Union Telegraph.

99,817,100 32.602,000 1 Oct. 15, 1914 66% 53% Westinghouse Elec. & Mig.

35,194,837

1 Oct. 30, 1914 79 11 64 Westinghouse Elec: & Mfg. 1st pfd.

3,998.700

19,476,000

1% Oct. 15, 1914 124 1157 Wheeling & Lake Erie... 20,000,000

233 Wheeling & Lake Erie 1st pfd. 4,986,900 15,000,000

218% Wheeling & Lake Erie 2d pfd. 11,993,500

11 3% Wisconsin Central. 16,146,400 38,060,000

48 29 Woolworth (F. W.).

50,000,000

14 Dec. 1, 1914 103 x 89 Woolworth (F. W pid

14,000,000

i loct. 1. 1914|1182 1112% (a) Inc. Col. Ind. Co. Bonds. (6) Report of prices in 1914 is to close of the Exchange on account of the war in Europe. (c) In pld. stock of Lorillard and Liggett & Myers Cos. (d) 4% Scrip. (c) Stock. (1) Back dividend.

1 Shares.
THE WORLD ALMANAC is indebted to "Bradstreet's" for the stock list and prices of stocks.

FAILURES IN THE UNITED STATES.
NUMBER.
LIABILITIES.

YEARLY FAILURES. *1914. *1913. *1914.

* 1913.

Year. No. | Llabilities.

1873. 5,183 3228,499.900 MANUFACTURERS.

1874.. 5,830 155,239,000 Iron, Foundries and Nalls...

84 91 $7.532,946 $11,898,905 1875.. 7,740 201,000,000 Machinery and Tools....

283 25,486,482 21,275,251 1876. 9,092) 191,117.000 Woollens, Carpets and Knit Goods 43 35 1,422,412 1,394,800 1877... 8.872 190,669,936 Cottons, Lace and Hoslery

41 37

1,180,092 1,410,758 1878... 10,478 234.383,132 Lumber, Carpenters and Coopers. . 496 493 24.575.395 17,069,338 1879.. 6,658 98,149,053 Clothing and MIllinery..

710 703 7.784,797 8,246,958 1880.. 4.735) 65,752,000 Hats, Gloves and Furs..

146 95 2,113,090 1,391,620 1881. 5,5821 81,155,932 Chemicals and Drugs.

48 51 461,431 1,083,922 1882. 6,738 101.547,564 Paints and Olls..

20 31 337.869 837,747 1883...9,184 172,874,172 Printing and Engraving.

210 177 3.631,771 2,663,827 1884.. 10,968 226,343.427 Milling and Bakers.

270

259 2.977,999 1.787,135 1885... 10,637| 124,220,321 Leather, Shoes and Harness.

126 126 2.103.354 3.326,565 1886... 9,834 114.644,119 Liquors and Tobaccos.

101

112 2,173,519 4,854,848 1887. 9,634 167,560.944 Glass, Earthenware and Bricks.

130 132 4,583.651 4.700.700 1888. 10,679| 128,829,973 All other.

1.741 1,498 45, 233,475 31,257,104 1889. 10.882 148.784,337 Total manufacturing..

1890... 10,907 189.856,964 4,455 4,123 $131,598,283 $113,229,478

1891. 12,273 189.868,638

1892. 10,349 114,044,167 TRADERS.

1893 15,242 346,779.889 General Stores. 1,582 1,648 $12,729,251 $13,596,921

1894. 13,885 172,992,856 Groceries, Meats and Fish 2,865 2,707 15,200,167 14.975,771

1895. 13,197 173.196,060 618 501 Hotels and Restaurants.

6.876,179

1896.. 5,215,385

15.088 226,096,834 Liquors and Tobacco.. 928 809 5.715,375 6,132,148

1897. 13,351 154,332,071 Clothing and Furnishing. 1,485 1,094 14,586.249 10,595,934

1898. 12,186 130,662,899 Dry Goods and Carpets. 871 690 59,773.536 11,410,723

1899.. 9,337 90,879.889 Shoes, Rubbers and Trunks. 420 454

1900. 4,695,883 4,517,244

10,774 138,495,673 Furniture and Crockery. 355 255 4,398,916 3,174,087

1901, 11,002 113,092,379 Hardware, Stoves and Tools.. 359 335 6,222,804 4,276,678

1902 11,615 117,476,769 Chemicals and Drugs. 387 415 3,213,387 2,825,449

1903. 12,069 145,444,185 Paints and Oils... 59 51 917.010 408,107

1904. 12.199 144.202.311 Jewelry and Clocks.

464 316
4,301.675 4,074,984

1905. 11,520 102,676.172 Books and Papers.

96 82
688.733 429,169

1906... 10,682 119,201.515 Hats, Furs and Gloves.

107 82
1,993,994

1907
801.232

11,725 197.385,225 All other... 1.556 1.452 23,351,618 25.697.881

1908. 15,690 222,315,684

1909 12,924 154,603,465 Total Trading.

12,182 10.891 $164,694,777 $108,131,713 1010. 12,652 201,757.097 Brokers and Transporters...

1911 13,241 186,498.823 781 618 61,052,585 29,441.345

1912. 15,452 203,117,391 Total Commercial,

17,418 15.632 $357.345,645 $250.802,536 1913...115.632 250.802,536 * Twelve months from November 1 to October 31. Other years calendar years, These statistics were prepared for THE WORLD ALMANAC by R. G. Dun & Co.

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