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6 I HE POPLIN SIANDAKU-LXAMINLK ' THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1920. I
J REPORT MADE TO Till; BANK COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OP I
UTAH OF THE CONDITION OE
OGDEN SAVINGS BANK
located at Odcn In the County of Weber, Stnte nl I lab, at the closo or busi
ness on the 25tliday of September. 1920.
H Loan anrl discounts . . $1,546.-45.26
I Stocks, bonds and securities, rtc 1 .nr.:' . T
B Other real estule owned 9,000.00
Due from Federal Reserve bunk . . . 66,946.1
H Due from other bank 177.4R3.tJl
H Checks on other banks In same town . 123 05
I Cash Items .. 131 01
1 )' Silver 240-38
H Currency 0.125 00
H Totul cash on hand 15,646 39
1 Expenses S, 2 7 9. 01
Total 5.279 01
H Interest earned uiot collected) 13,641 42
rash short 10.87
Total J2. 211, 056 48
Capital stock paid In .... 1150,000.00
1 Surplus fund 150.000.00
H Undivided profits . 25.7S2.S4
H Interest . 8.226 24
' Total 34. 408. OS
HI Less Expenses and taxes paid, etc . 5,27!'." I
Hl Net undivided profits 29.1 79.07
m Reserved for taxes and Interest 14,410 69
H 8 Cashier's checks sTo If.
1 Dividends unpuld 178 00
J Total demand (K.ocits 1,048.16
J Savings deposits 1,866 20S 17
J Total time deposits 1,865,203.17
J Interest collected (not earned) 1,214 39
I Total 2.211,065.48
H State of Utah, County of Weber.
J S T. Jeppcsen being first duly yworn according to law, deposes and
ii says that lie Is assistant cashier of theabovf numed bank, that the above and
I foregoing report contains a full, true and cdrrscl statement of the condition
Hr oi' the said bunk at the dost- of bu-unr mi tin ", h rln of Septemh, i 1320
S T i KlTKSKX
Correct Attest .
ij M S pp i A KING,
JOHN WAT' N.
V T. v, RIGHT.
Subscribed and sworn to hefor me tins 80th dav of September, 1920
iSEai.i MKER P NELSON, Notary Public
H My commission expires 15th day of ictober, 1921
j State of Utah, Office, of Bank Commissioner
li I N. T Porter, bank ruinmlfslniior l the slat1 of Ltah. do hereby cer-
tifv that the fort going Is a full, true and correct cop of the statement of
I the above named company, filed In n office this 1st day of October, 1 920.
j T. PORTER, Bnnk Commissioner.
H Railroad Checks
H Stolen in Carlin
Theft of nine or ten unindorsed
nSJ Soutnern Pacific checks, bonds and
j 1110 In rash from John A Tender at
i arlin. Nevada, was reported to Cap
1 tain Jonathan Jones of tho police de-
Hi partment In a lett r from I'ender.
An effort will he made to appre
hend the thief in event the checks are
-.shed in Ogden the iftptain said
li The three largest checks wore fr.r
1 JS4.64; $71.10 and $130 respectively.
I live or six others '.l.olcn ranged from
$32 to $70.
' Unregistered United Smies bonds,
1 . a hied at $360, were also stolen
Jail Being Given
B. Thorough Cleaning
Clean-up day is being observed a1
H the police station All hands nre
turning out to scruh and dlsinfei I
1 cells, scrub floors and v Mis . I. an and
I polish windows and shine up gener-
H All blankets, quilts and other led-
I ding have been sent to be laundered
j xnd Warden ' ScottJ ' Rankin who is
I directing the work, promises that all
H will be spic and span within a day or
Ink for New York newspapers is de
livered In bulk In tank trucks.
Boys Steal Pencils;
! Suspended Sentences
, Charged with breaking into the
j Plngrec school Thursday night, and
1 stealing a quantity of pencils two ju
veniles appeared before Judge Dan
Sullivan of Ihe Juvenile court this
1 morning for trial
I It appeared that the bovs had en
tered the si. hool by climbing vines
' on the wall and entering a window
Thoy then broke open a Look room
and removed a quantity o:' pen. ils.
They were given suspended scni-
; cn es.
at Station Entered
j A quantity of rai.fl,, rum. tobacco
and i I gars way stolen from the con
fectionery stand in the rear of the
Interurban depot last night, according
to police reports.
A complete report of the lojs will
noi he made until the stock is In
ventoried The police believe it was
the work of boys.
K.-prfs companies started from an
errand line" established In Boston In
The smallest camera in the world
! which has actually t;ikn picture is
the ees of the frog
REPORT MADE TO THE BANK COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OF
1 UTAH OF THE CONDITION OF
, SECURITY STATE BANK
I Located at Ogden, in the County oi Weber Slate of Utah, at ihe close of busl-
J ncss on the 25th day of September, 1920
.5 Loans and discount?, less notes and bills of this
H bank rediscounted .. $ 952,385.49
B Overdrafts 16,715 93
-3 Slocks, bonds and securities, etc ... 86,719 1J
j Furniture and fixtures 10,964 96
m tuber real estate owned .... ( 1,554 82
m 1 me from other banks ..... 190,987. 8j
j Checks on other banks in same (own.. . .. $ .58,424.90
Cash items 3.970.28
Gold -0 21.140.00
Silver 9,186 14
H Total cash on hand .... 106,691.82
Expenses . . 5.839 6$
Hi Interest paid 3.233.05
Kent Paid 562.50 9.635.23
Cash short 51.00
Total $1,366.070 40
4 Capital stock paid in I50.00u.00
1 Surplus fund 35,000 00
I Undivided profits $ 962.04
Safe deposit boxes Iff. 76
Total I 19,105 93
ii hess expenses and taxes paid, etc 9, 635. 23
1 Net undivided profits 9,7n 7f.
Due lo other banks 10.834 86
T I deposits subject t.i check 395.919 14
Cashier's checks 4.668.79
Certified checks 481.94
Dividends unpaid 164.00
I Total demand deposits 612,068.73
K Time certificates 76.712.05
Savings deposits 332 819 01
I Total time deposits . . . 409.531. Ofl
nther bills payable 150,000.00
STATE OF I'TAH. COUNTY OF WEBER.
S. G. Dye being first duly sworn according to law deposes and says tha'
M he is cashier of the above named bank, that the above and foregoing reporl
9 contains a full, true and correct statement of the condition of the said banh
M at the vlose of business on the 26th day of September, 1920.
M S G DYE.
FRANK J STEVENS.
I T. C. MERCER,
W H. SHEARMAN.
I Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of September, 1920
J. FRANCIS FOWLES, Notary Public.
S (Seal) "J commission expires 27th day of Mav. 1923.
jf STATE OF UTAH, Office of Bank Commissioner.
II I X. T. Porter. Bank Commissioner of the State of Utah, do hereby MJ
W tlfy that tbe foregoing Is a full, true and correct copy of the statement of th
above named company, filed In my office this 30th day or September. 1920.
I N. T PORTER, Bank Commissioner
FIGHT GETS HOT
Defies President to Show He
Didnl Promise to Send
More Armies to Europe
WASHINGTON. Oct. 7. Todaj I
contribution from the White House
In the controversy between I,r--i,Hr. 1
Wilson and Senator BpeiTCer, .f Mis
souri, who rharKd the president with,
h.-ivlnx cfinlteh pi'omlsed th' aid Of
the Am rlc.m army and navy tfi Ru
tnanla and Serbia at the p-ace con
ference, was a statement by Secretary
Tumulty that the president baa no
stenographic report of tho eighth plen
ary session, at which the promise Is
alleged to have been made to give
military aid to these nations
"GOT BY CENSORS. '
KANSAS CITY, Mo, '.t 7. As
serting? thnt President Wilson had
inide a statement at the peace confer
enoe promising Hunianla and S' rbl i
Anirk:m mllltarj aaslstant und
the proposed league of nations coven
ant. United States Senator J.itoes A.
Reed of Missouri, Democrat, yesterday
sent a teiejrrHm to Senator s Iden P.
Bpencer, his Republican colleapruc, dc
I daring that the statement was a mat
I ter of record and suegf.sttnj; that the
president produce th' stenographic
reports of the peac- j nference show
ling 'Just what was sald.V Senator
! Reed's telegram was In response to
I one from Senator Spencer asUIng In- .
(formation on the subject. Senator I
Reed's message declared the statement
was mado by the president In an d
flress before the peace conference May
31, 1919, but "did not get by the cen-
sors" until December S, 1919, when it,
j was brought to this country bj ;i
inewspapei correspondent and ptlb
i lished In the W aVhlngton star of that j
I "The speech also appeared In full in'
I the Congressional Record of Decenil.. r
4, 191H.' the telegram continued, add
ling that It also was copyrighted bj i
j new r-ppr syndloats and given wi le
I ctrcUiaildn throughout the country
CALLS FOR REPORTS.
On several occasions I challenged
the Attention of the senate W this
Speech," the telegram said. "My
speeches by scores of thousands were
I circulated throughout the country,
j Numerous publicists and Speakers
I have repeatedly referred to and com-
: mented upon this declaration, its
I authenticity nrae never disputed in the
senate or elsewhere to my knowledge
until Mr Tumulty recently denounced
it as false. The spech bears known
I phraseology of the president. In view
j of these facts a discerning public uill
; not be inclined to accept Mr. Tumulty's
j denial There is one way this depute
cqn be settled Let the president pro
duce the stenographic records of the
peace eonfrenre showing Just what
wa.-i said These official reports have
1 been studioufcly suppressed and kept
, secret, although the senate foreign re
lations committee asked expresslv for
1 them. It was stated by Clemeneeau's
I private secretary that the reason the
'sessions were held in secret was be
I cause the president of the United
J Stati v Insisted upon it ns against Clem
lencrau s own judgment.
"That the latter statement Is abso
lutly correct is shown by the testl
mon of Srcrctary Landing given be
fore the foreign relations committee
i of the senate August 8 1919 "
SEN n MEN OVERSEAS.
Senator Reed also gave out a state
"What now do we understand ' That
President Wjlson now means we are
not under obligations to send our
armies to protect Rumania and other
meinben of the league against at
If :-;o. what becomes of Article 10
Which he declared is the heart of the
After all. " Senator Reed continued,
this controversy :; Immaterial Arti
cle ten of the leogue expllcltlv pro
vides that we undertake to preserve
against external jggresslon the terri
torial Integrity ami Independence of
other member of tbefleague. That
means we Join the league therefore
to defend Rumania and Serbia against
atta k and preserve their existing po
litical indepr ndenrc That obligation
i ,.t anv time call upon us to send
our armies and navies across the
oi in This la just what the preeldi nl
in his speech is alleged to have prom
ised. The statements nre'as alike as
two eggs laid by the same chicken
st W VR PROGRAM.
"Besides that, the pi ident demand
ed at u time when I., regarded our
entrance into the league as certain,
a standing arm;, of 574,000 nu. uni
versal draft for all boys as soon as
they arrived at the ,,r is eriaet-
ment of laws to enable th. president
to apply the draft to all persons be
tween 18 and 4.", whenever the t'nit.-d
Staces should be engaged In war, '' 50.
000 sailors and marines for the navy
and an appropriation of J913.00O.00O
lyress Shoes I
1 fM - ' WHATEVER the occasion, shoes should 9
. J be right for the purpose, and must express j n
I lNs, proper style. BUCKINGHAM HECHT I B
' began building their reputation for value,
M4 dependability and shoe contentment in the 1 9
- r-, ' early fifties when grandfather wore a high I I
I ) I hat and long legged boots. I :'
'Wv' ; , Now in 1920, styles have changed, but the same old
jl? ; J ' " idea of value and service remains. The accompanying
i y,Q5sV .' ; illustrations of Buckhecht styles of 1920 express con- ! Nl
;J cretely what the 1920 man demands. i m
T- Styles shown are made in Rich Dark Mahogany ' f j
Co vc shades, Black Velour Calf and Vici Kid. Prices are 8.50
j "V to 14.00, according to weight of soles and styles.
2s..'' us wnen your dealer doesn't show them and we
will endeavor to have you supplied. I I
I -- BUCKINGHAM & HECHT I J
: MAiNUFACTURERS Since the early fifties SAN FRANCISCO
N. For SaJe in Ogden by i
X THE L L. CLARK & SONS CO.
to build the greatest fleet of war ves
I sels ever attempted :it one time.
' The president's secretary of war,
1 Mr i:iker. and chief of staff, Oen
j eral March, both testified before con
' gresslonal committees that this lin
i mense mllitarv -estatdlshment was
lii i e-.-.ij v in urd r t... redeem our ol
Ill J IUNSON T M K1
BT LOUIS, Mo, Oct 6. President
Wilson s address before the peace con
i ference In which he Is reported to
; have promised American military aid
to Rumania If the need arose, was
contained In an article by Frank H.
Slmonda that was Incorporated In the
f'onKrc.islonal Itecnrd :il the Instance
of Senator Hiram Johnson, of ';iii
fornln. the senator telegraphed Scna-
tor Seidell P. Spencer here tonight.
The telegram sent from San Fran-
Cisco, which was made public by Sen-
ator Spencer's secretary was as fol
! "Just observed your controversy
with president. December 4, 191, I
j put In Congressional Record article of
Krank II Jsimonds, containing address
; of president at Paris peace conference,
i with statement substantially as quoted
by you. Tho record thus made offl
I clal, h;is never been challenged. The
statements contained in president's ad
. dress have repeatedly been quoted all
over country. Mmonds can conclu
I slvely establish authenticity and ex
i plain where and how he obtained the
I Dasbeen flour from Hawaii Is being
used for bread and p:istr by Chicago
Make Changes at
I Chances to accomodate the public'
I have been made at the postoffice. It
was announced by Assistant Postmast
er Rufus Garner this morning. A. R.
i Ward, at the Inquiry window, will act
as secretary of the civil service com-
mission, succeeding E. A. Stephenson,!
who has taken charge of this work'
j for a number of years. Mr. Steven-I
'son will, in the future, devote his ei-
Hire time to duties In the assistant post-
masters office. I
The ordering and delivery of special
request envelopes shall be turned ovef j
I to the money order department. beln:
! removed from the postmaster's de-1
All orders for envelopes of this sort
Will be made through the monev or
der window In the future. It is said.
The new changes are effective dur
ing the present fiscal year, which
start d October 1.
Gold treasures, dating back to the.
days of Cortez and Montezuma have,
been unearthed in Mexico Central and
The wide brim of a hat for women!
jthat has been patented can be re
j moved, giving iis owner the appear-1
ance of possessing two hats
THE GREAT AMERICAN HOME
SUGAR PRICE ON
DOWN TO $15 BAG
Sucar took another drop on the
local market today: It Is now re
tailing from $15 00 to $16 50 per
A decided drop was a'so re
corded In the east today and on
the coa.-d. At San Francisco cane
swear sold to Jobbers for $12 00
while beet sugar sold for $11.80
Local officials of the Amalgam
ated Sugar company today Stated
that another decline w-ould In all
probability bo taken bet'ore the
end of the present week
A French Jeweler has Invented tool i
to engrave the surface of diamonds, j
Man proposes, God disposes
and Love exposes in "The
Fighting Shepherdess," Anita
Stewart's latest and greatest
picture, now at Utah. Special
children's matinee Saturday.
Send the children.
Pension Bill Affects K
Spanish War Soldiers -
Captain Jonathan Jones of tho po- It
lice department has received a com- jrt
munlcatlon from Walter 8 Put hunan,
national aide-de-camp, Army and Navy
l nlon of the United States, ealMng at- Hi'
tentlon to a pension bill recently
.signed by the president, w hich Is of In
terest lo veterans of the Spanish
American war, Philippine Insurrection
and the I'hln.i relief expedition
Mr. Buchanan has asked Captain
Jones to forward him the names of
veterans of the above named expedi
tions, and forward them to him. Ho
h.-ii prepared the following statemen
lor the veterans. Sbs
'Attention! Of all ex-soldiers who bbk
served In the war with Spain at home
or abroad, or those who saw service in
the Philippine Insurrection or th
China relief expedition and their wid
ows. The late contrreF.s passed law of
the utmost interest I., soldiers and li
they will send name and iddress M
Walter S. Buchanan, national ald-de- ,
camp, Army and Navy Union. Rout.
2, Louisa, Va., he will be glad to ad
vise them fully as to their rights un- I,
dcr the new law Prompt action will I
menu the possible saving of money, as 'j
the pension commences from the filing !
of the claim Mr Buchanan wishes , , a9j
to assist his comrades In ever poj- iRtfclt
Bible nwnni r Write him and enclost
stamp for reply " ii; '
Le(s Be Friends! I
A friend posted on money matters
18 mighty convenient at times. And J
the better you know that friend tho J
more useful he will be to you. I
Make friends with your bank now.
Then when the time comes and you
have an important money matter th?t ,
you would like to talk over with some '
one, really well informed about such J
things, you will have a friend whose "
judgment will be valuable to you
It is part of our daily business to keep K
posted in regard to general conditions,
money matters and investments.
Come in today and get acquainted,
SECURITY STATE BANK
Corner Hudson Avenue and Twenty