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I ' " THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 191 & H
Ij mi wr iidk ii
Mi FOB SICK.
The situation that confronts the
workers for a speedy recovery of nor
! mal conditions of health in 'Ogden Is
1 one that requires more willingness on
' ihe part of the neighbors and relatives
! o do what they can safely for the care
and upbuilding of the sick. There have
bcen manv more calls for home help
jn tho past two days than the Red
Cnxs could sunnl'- In fact lt scems as
if the Red Cross will not be able to
care for more than the most urgent of
! calls so few arc the volunteers who are
willing to go and nurse and care for
the homes of the needy. The danger
of tbosc who are sick getting up too
?0on and so falling Into danger of
pneumonia is only lessened when there
arc helpers who will enter homes and
t do needed things and let the parents
r renmin In bed until they are well. The
' call is again issued by the "Red Cross
for any who will servo in any capacity
In -needy homes. At the same time the
Red Cross gives warning that unless
there arc more volunteers the neigh
bors and church and lodge organlza
tions will have to assume much larger
burdens for i. no one volunteers no
one can be sent to answer the calls for
'Telephone Red Cross rooms, No. 316
' before 5 o'clock After 5, telephone J.
E. Carvel, No. 789.
KELLER CASE TO BE!
DAY OR SO
According to Commissioner .Miles L.
Jones of the Public Safety department
' the fncts gathered in the Kelliher
I case by his department will be made
; (he subject matter for a committee of j
investigation in a few days.
The investigation will be carried
out by persons who cannot possibly j
be expected to have any bias in the
matter, said Mr. Jones.
I FI WEI GETS S
i Quite a number of respectable citi-
. zens of Ogden were not able to con-
trol their thirst yesterday and they
found that it is possible to buy "pre
I water" in this city. They bought It.(
; and they drank it nnd it overpowered
them and before nightfall they found!
? themselves in the custody of- the po- j
; ; "When spoken lo in the police station
; by the chief and Captain Mohlmann
"' many of them sobered up in time toi
remember that they were normal dc-
cent folks, with wives at home and
j ; children, and they felt disgraced and
I ashamed and they wanted their free
Consequently the chief and the cap
tain came to the conclusion that as
these were the kind of people not us-
ually found In police courts, and as
the city was en riot because of the
German defeat they had better go
' home with a warning that another ap
pearance on the same kind of charge
' would mean more seriously for them.
So they went home. Who were they?
We do not know.
; LOADS OF DEBRIS
HAULED Alffl FROM
. . I
The employes of the city street de
partment were used today to clean up
the streets from the celebration of yes
terday, it required several large wag
on loads to remove all the debris of the
celebration. In the debris was almost
a ton of tin cans and parts of metallic
substance that would produce a noise
as it was dragged along the street be-
t hind automobiles. The other part of
tho debris was composed for the most
t part of confetti and serpentlno paper.
: The streets received a good washing
from the street flushers, and presented
a fine appearance late In the after
10 WILL LOAN IE
MAYOR AN ASBESTOS
The mayor of Ogden has good cause
lo be afraid today not because of
what evil men may do to him but be
cause of what promises to be a vlslta
I tlon from on high. It he has good
cause to fear bo have all the rest of
citizens of .Ogden.
. : The mayor's fear is accentuated by
,. ' the fact that the war has eaten tre
' uiendously into the available supply of
asbestos. He needs an asbestos suit
and now Is the time for all good men
' and true to rally and supply his need.
Perhaps howover by the time they get
: ; through reading this tho good men
' ., and true who know where the asbestos!
suits are to be had will supply them - j
selves first and let the mayor and
everybody else And their own.
Why- Because the mayor has re
( jceivod the following letter which
speaks for Itself. It is dated Nor. 7
from Salt Lake City:
"Mr. Mayor of Ogden,
"Behold, I am a true and living prop
het of the Almighty, and Allwise, and
All powerful God!
"Behold I prophesy that before the
fifteenth of November, 1018, the God
of Heaven shall send Are, unquench
able from Heaven and utterly consume
thy wicked and abominable city.
"Behold I shall tolerate no back
talk. Keep thy tongue and mind quiet.
It shall be as I have spoken and noth
ing under Heaven can stay it.
"I the prophet of the living God have
"It shall come as suro as thou liv
"Amen to thy ungodly rale. Amen!"j
Now whore's your asbestos suit?
The mayor is inclined to feel sor
ry for himself since he is in so great
jeopardy and relations between the
commissioner of public safety and him
are not of the easiest just now, and
this being so, who is going to order
the hose turned on? And if it is turned
on what's the use since the fire is un
quenchable? Perhaps this is another great
scheme of Salt Lake citizens to close
down Ogden and cause the entire pop
ulation of this city to migrate to Zion.
WORLD'S MARKETS '
NEW YORK. Nov. 12 The market
proceeded further to adjust Itself to
peace conditions during the busy mor
ning, sales to noon approximating
600,000 shares. War stocks made par
tial recoveries subject to considerable
irregularity. Rails and coppers re
acted 1 to 2 points, but in a few note- j
worthy instances additional gains were
made. Unsettlemcnt became general
later. Mexican petroleum replaced its
early gain of 3 points with extreme
reversals of S1. The most assuring
fcaturo was the continued strength of
international bonds, Anglo-French 5's
and United Kingdom dI&'s gaining 1
and 1V points respectively,
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts 162; choice heavy
steers $7.50fTl.00; good steers $9.60
10.00; fair steers $S.009.00; choice
feeder steers $8.00 10.00; choice cows
and heifers ?7,50(7T8.00; fair to good
cows and heifers $6.50'a7.25; cutters
$5.50 6.50; ennners $3.50((f5 50, choice
feeder cows $6.007,25; fat bulls 56.50
7.00; bologna bulls $5.00?p6.00; veal
Hogs Receipts 190: choice fat hogs,
175 to 260 pounds $16.25.
Sheep Receipts none: choice lambs
$12.0013.00; wethers $9.00010.00;
fat ewes $7.00 ) 8.00; feeder lambs
CHICAGO, Nov. 12. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Hogs Receipts
12,000; market fairly active, steady to
10c higher than Saturday. Heavy
$17.75018.10; light $17.2518.00;
butchers $16.50(517.65; throw-outs
$15.25Jj16,25; pigs, good to choice
Cattle Receipts 6,000; best natives
and western steers strong to higher;
others slow, almost steady; butcher
cattle steady to strong, higher in spots.
Calves steady. Beef cattle, good choice
and prime $16.4019.75; common and
prime $9.25015.40; butcher stock
cows and heifers $5.7514.00; can
ners nnd cutters $4.755.75; stockers
and feeders, good, choice and fancy
$9.7512.50; inferior, common and
medium $7.009.75; veal calves, good
and choice, $16.0016.76. Western
range beef steers $13.7517.50; cows
and heifcra $7.00012.25.
Sheep Receipts 5.000; market very
dull; .bids sharply lower, some early
sales $50 below Friday. Livestock
supplies on sale today included 30,000
cattle, 51,000 hogs and 42,000 sheep
arriving Monday in addition to today's
j OMAHA LIVESTOCK
j OMAHA. Neb.. Nov. 12 Hogs Re
ceipts 11.700; market steady; heavy
16.7517.40; mixed $16.9017.25; light
$16.25017.65; pigs $15.00016.50; bulk
of sales $16.90017.25.
Cattle Receipts 8,700; steady; na
tive steers $11.00018.00; cows and
heifers $6.50011.50; western steers
$9.00016.50: Texas steers $8,000
12.00, cows and heifers $6.00010.50;
canners $5.5506.25; stockers and
feeders $6.50013.00; calves $7,500
Sheep Receipts 4,300; market stea
dy; wethers $1O.OO01LOO; ows $7.50
(5)9.50; feeder Iambs $10.50014.50;
lambs $13.5015-25; yearlings $10.50
011.50; culls $4.5007.50.
NEW. YORK. Nov. 12 Cotton
dropped $10 a bale in the market here
today. Traders seemed unable to in
terpret the peace situation In its re
lation to the staple. The recession of
200 points for the January option was
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
! Commercial National Bank
iat Ogden, in the State of Utah, at the close of business on November 1, 191S.
(Loans and discounts, including reductions $1,124,730.53
Total loans $1,124,730.53 ,
Notes and bills rediscounted (other than bank ac
ceptances sold . 8,320. 00 $1,116,410.53
Overdrafts, unsecured 16,883. 44 j
U. S- bonds deposited to secure circulation (par '
I value) 100,000.00
lu. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned
I and unpledged 50,000.00
Premium on U. S. bonds 150,000.00
i Liberty Loan Bonds: ,
Libe.rtv loan bonds, 3V, 4, and 41; per cent, un
Liberty loau bonds, 3J,, 4, and 43,4 por cent, pledged ' '-,
to secure state or other deposits or bills pay-
able 10,500.00 !
Payments actually made on Liberty 4yt per ccnL . t , -
bonds of the Fourth Liberty loan owned 101,100.00
Bonds, securities, etc. (other than U. S.) : '."3 !
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including v, y
stocks) owned unpledged . .41,S'42?78 ..
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S.. . Y 41.S42.7S
Stock of federal reserve bank (50 per cent of sub- '
scription) ' ' 7,500.00
Value of Danking house, owned and unincumbered 70,000.00
Equity in banking house
Real estate owned other than banking house -S,oi-.94
Lawful reserve with federal reserve bank 1 122,340.90
Items with federal reserve bank in process of col- '
lection (not available as reserve) - 15,179.38
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national
banks . . 364,662.51:
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust-. . , - 1
companies other than included in Items 13, 14 -
or 15 ' .-'.. 26,423.78
Exchanges for clearing house .'' 22.SS7.65
Total of Items 14. 15, 16. 17, and IS..' 429.153:32,. .
Checks on bnnks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items . 173.47
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer and due from
U. S. treasurer 5,000.00
War sayings certificates and thrift stamps actually
owned . ' 1,062.55
Total ' , ?2,0S9,S39.93
. 'J" ?.
Capital slock paid in -JH $ 100,000.00
Surplus fund "' 150.000.00
Undivided profits '. 85,812. 19
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid.. 19,S91.1U 65,921.00
Circulating notes outstanding 100,000.00
Net amounts duo to banks, bankers, and trust com;
panies( other than included in Items 31 or 32) , 55,118.11
Total of Items 32 and 33 55.11S.11
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub
ject to reserve (depoists payable within 30 . v ,
days) : . l- '
Individual' deposits subje'et lo check " ' r"" 465,942. 1C
Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30 days
(other than formerly borrowed) 'r'-f ' 20,000.00
Certified checks 1,011.64
Cashier's checks outstanding v . 6,203.80
Dividends unpaid ' ' 150.00
Other demand deposits, .. . -.'t , 1,701.33
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to reserve, Items 34, 35, 35, 37,. . ...
38, 39, 40, and 41 995;008.93
Time deposits subject to resorvo (payable after 30 . . ..
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and ' . '.
postal saving):' f- ,,.'' '.
Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor-
borrowed) , .,.,-,.' .118,424.53
Other time deposits ' 450,707.17
Total of time deposits subject to reserve,
Items, 42, 43, 44 and 45 v 569,131.70
Bills payable, with federal reserve bank ' v" 49,500.00
Liabilities other than thoso above stated 5,160.19
Total . , $2,089,839.93
. ,--"r . . ,
Liabilities for rediscounts, Inoluding those with fed-
eral reserve bank i .-, . . ?1 '' 8,320.00
Total contingent liabilities ' 8,320.00
STATE OF UTAH, COUNTY OF WEBER, ss:
I, R. A. Moves, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the be3l of my knowledge and beliof.
R. A. MOYES, Cashier.
j ' P. HEALY,
I . " A! G. FELL,
' ADAM PATTERSON,
Subscribed and -sworn to before me this 12th day of November, 1918.
, ' ' : T. R. O'CONNOLLY, Notary Public.
I BANK STATEMENTS I
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF I
Utah National Bank
at Ogden, in the State of Utah, at the close of business on November 1, 1918.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts $1,095,012.70 ,
Total loans $1,095,0.12.70 !
Deduct: ' ,
Notes and bill rediscounted (other than bank ac
ceptances sold : 109,743.02 $ 9S5.269.6S
Overdrafts ' - -""' 469.98
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par
U. S. bonds (other than Liberty bonds, but includ- , ' .
ing U. S. certificates of indebtedness): ' ' ,
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness ' - 1 7
pledged as collateral for state or other deposits ''''""tte,v
or bills payable 36,000.00 r.
U. S bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned . ' "
and unpledged 56,000.00.- 242,000.00
Liberty Loan Bonds: '
Liberty loan bonds, 4, and 44 per cent, un- '
Liberty loan bonds, 3, 4, and 4V4 per cent,
pledged to secure U. S. deposits 75,000.00 S2.000.00
Bonds, securities, etc (other than U. S.) :
Bonds( other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure - ' v.
U. S. deposits 23,000.00-
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks) owned unpledged 120,435.00
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S... 143,435.00
Stocks, other than federal reserve bank stock . 14,075.00
Stock of federal reserve bank (50 per cent of sub
scription : V , 1 .5,400.00
Value of banking house, owned. and unincumbered 56;746.7-l . 56746.74
Furniture and fixtures 15,918.55
Real estate owned other than banking house . 52,779.55
Lawful reserve with federal reserve bank , 137,631. 5S
Itefs with federal reserve bank in process of collec
tion (not available as Reserve) ' 56,601.53
Cash in, vault and net amounts due from national
banks '. . . 138,108.17
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust
companies other than included in Items 13, 14
or 15 ts.....' 66,388.75
Exchanges for clearing house 1S.965.49
Total of Items 11, '15, 16. 17 and 18 2S0.063.91
Checks on banks located outside of city or town of j
reporting bank and other cash items -. ) 7,513. OS
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. S- treasurer 7,500.00
War savings certificates and thrift stamps ac-. .
tually owned '' 4 ' 5,639.94
Total fe V $2,036,443. 04
LIABILITIES. '"" ,
Capital stock paid in v $ l'50,000.00
Surplus fund 30.000.00
Undivided profits , 29.S72.26 29.S72.26
Amount reserved for lanes accrued 4,293.24
Circulating notes outstanding 150,00o!oo
Net amounts due to national banks 15,832.73
Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust com
panies (other than included in Items 31 or 32) 94,104.32
Total of Items 32 and 33 109,937.05
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub
ject lo reserve (deposits payable within 30 days) :
Individual deposits subject to cKeck -,. , 902,097. S9y
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed) ". . 127,134.33
Cashier's checks outstanding 25,259! 65
Dividends unpaid ,;' " -26!oO
Other demand deposits - '' - l,133!o6
Total of demand deposits (other than bank dc- . 1
posits) subject to reserve, Items 34, 35, 36, 37, '
38, 39, 40, and 41 ;. 1,05&;651kS3 -
Total of Items 32 and 33 109,937?05 : ..
Time deposits subject to rescrvo (payable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and
postal savings) :
Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor-
borrowed) - .,r
Other time deposits 393 471 52
Total of time deposits subject to reserve, Items '
12, 43, 41, nnd 45 t 420 607 35
United States deposits (other than postal savings7)': " '
War loan deposit account .jq qqq qq
Other United States deposits, including deposit's' of
U. S. disbursing officers icnsi nci -ji
Bills payable, with federal reserve bank .........'I 1MS1-oJ' SolSooIoo
Total nnc jo ka
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those with fed- "
eral reserve bank $ 109.743.02
Total contingent liabilities $ 109,743.02
STATE OF UTAH, COUNTY OF WEBER, ss;
I, W. M. Mcintosh, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
W. M. McINTOSH, Cashier.
, CHAS. E. KAISER,
' JOS SCOWCROFT,
W. J .PARKER,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Novomber, 1913.
GILBERT PORTER, Notary Public.
(Seal) My commission expires Decomber 7, 1921.
the maximum movement permitted by
a rule adopted Oct. 5. by the board of
managers of the cotton exchange des
ignated to prevent excessive fluctua
tions during any one day's trading.
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 Final prices
on Liberty bonds today were Z's
99.92; first convertible 4's 96.90; se'e
ond 4's 96.20; first convertible 44's
98.90; second convertible lVl's 9S.00;
third 4Vi's 98 02; fourth 4'A's 98.10.
CHICAGO CASH SALES
CHICAGO, Nov. 12 Corn, No. 2 yel
low $1.35; No. 3 yellow, old 1. 2801.30;
No. 3 yellow, new 1.25; No. 4 yellow,
old 1.2201.23; No. 4 yellow, new 1.22.
Onts No. 3 white .69071J,4; stan
Rye, No. 2, $1.62.
Timothy 7.50010.50. u ,
Clover nominal. "
j t '
Chicago Quotations .
CHICAGO, Nov. 12 The grains
which corn values had made were
more than wiped out by reports that
a grain blockade existed in the east,
and that the railroad administration
was temporarily refusing permits for
rail shipments. Bearish effects, how
ever, were not of a lasting sort. The
market closed at the same as Satur
day's finish to ic higher, with De
comber 1.18U to l.lSMi and January
1.1954 to 1.19.
Roallzlng sales -became over plen
tiful later and caused a provision de
cline, chlofly In January options,
CHICAGO. Nov. 12
Open High Low Close
Dec. $1.18 1.19 1.16 1.18
Jan. 1.19 1.21 V3 1.17. 1.19
Dec. ,69 Va .70 .69 .70
Jan. .69 .71 z .6S .70
Jan. 13.50 11.10 42.S7 43.00
Nov. . ; . . 26.85 26.65 26.85
Jan. 26.87 .2690 26.30 26.37
Nov 23.95 I
Jan. 24.25 24.25 23.55 23.62
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 Raw sugar
steady; centrifugal 17.28; refined stea
dy; cut loaf 10.50; crushed 10.25;
mould A 9.50; cubes 9.75; XXXX
powdered 9.20; powdered 9.15; fine
granulated and diamond A 9.00; con
fectioners A S90; No. 1. S.S5.
, . Ballot Inspection
NEW YORK, Nov. 11 Governor
Whitman will tomorrow make appli
cation for an inspection of the ballots
cast nt the rocent state election "that
there may never be any doubt as to
tho result" of the gubernatorial con
tost, according to an announcement
made tonight after a conference "at the
headquarters of the Republican state
committee. Among those attending
the conference wore Governor Whit
man and George A. Glynn, chairman
qf tho committee.
On returning here today from Chi
cago, Governor Whitman made public
a letter from Mr. Glynn, In which the
latter asserted "figures unofficially re
ported to us "exclusivo of the soldiers'
vote yet to be canvassed, would in
dicate a plurality In favor of Alfred
B. Smith of only "about 7,000 votes, or
about one third, of ono per cent of the
total vote of approximately .2,000,000.
"Tho vote Is so close, and so many
peoplo aro unconvinced as to the ac
curacy of. the reported result, that we
feel It our duty to rhIc you to make
application for an examination of the
Replying lo Mr. Glynn's letter, Mr.
Whitman said In part:
"Jn Buch a large vote tho posBiblli-
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
Ogden State Bank I
At tho close of business November 1, 1918. 11
Loans and discounts $2,100,961.45 H
Bonds, stocks and waurants 'l3-io99 50 'H
Banking house and furniture 59391 !l2
Other real estate " 9,175,76 'H
U. S. certificates of indebtedness. .$ 250,000.00 ' .H
U. S. and other marketable bonds. . . i, ,154,200 .00 iH
Due from banks 576)209'!oO
War savings and revenue stamps...:.'.:...;.. 4,532.48
Cash. on hand 188',3Sl!l5
. Total cash resources .i . 1 $1',173,322.72 31
t -Uii' ?3,476,950.55
, LIABILITIES. ' "" ' H
Capital'stock paid in :j. J. . 5 100,000.00 H
Surplus fund 3if?flO& 200,000.00
Undivided profits . . v...r- , ''20,127.96
Dividends unpaid 570.00
Banks .' $ 392,163.05 'H
Individual' ...-. ...f.i.' l,655,717o25 - 'M
, Savings 1,103,010.97 H
U. S. postal savings -....;... 5,361.32 '
Total deposits . . ..' $3,156,252.59
STATE OF UTAH. COUNTY OF WEBER. H
A. P. Bigelow, being first duly sworn, upon oath deposes and says: that
he is cashier of the Ogden State Bank; that the above and foregoing contains .M
a full, true and accurate report of the condition of the said bank at the close 'M
of business November 1, 1918.
A.. P. BIGELOW, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of November, A. D., 1918. 'M
M. E. RAWSON, Notary Public.
(Seal) My commission expires April 16, 1922.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF jfl
Pingree National Bank 1
nl Ogden, in the State of Utah, at the close of business November 1, 1918. H
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts $2,1S1,231.29 ' H
Total loans $2,184,231.29 I
Notes and bills rediscounted father than bank ac- , ;H
ceptanccs sold) 417,690.27, $1,766,541.02
U. S. bonds (other than Liberty bonds, but includ- , . H
ing U S. certificates of indebtedness): jH
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par jH
value) 175,000.00 H
U . S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness , jH
pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value).. 15,000.00 M
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness H
pledged as collateral for state or other depos- , 'H
its or bills payable 500,000.00 ,690,000.00 H
Liberty Loan Bonds: jH
Liberty loan bonds, 3 Vs. L and Ai per cent, un- H
pledged S.941.50 IH
Liberty loan bonds, 2Vi, L and 44 per cent, pledged , , H
to secure state or other deposits or bills pay- H
ablo ". 413,500.00 ' :422,441.50 !H
Bonds, securities, etc. (ther than U. S.) : iH
Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure LH
postal savings deposits 15,000.00 '-' ' l
Bonds lonnod (other than U. S. bonds) 5,000.00 1 1
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including !l
stocks) owned unpledged 49,132.16 OH
"Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S... 69,132.16 H
Stock of federal reserve bank (50 per cent of sub- H
scription) 7,500 00 iH
Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered" ' 102,225.00 H
Furniture and fixtures 17,775.00 fjH
Items with federal reserve bank in process of col- iH
lection (not available as reserve) , 43,920. S5 1H
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national , jH
banks 370, 558. S I H
Net amounts duo from banks, bankers, and trust H
companies other than included in. Items 13, H
1-1, or 15 ' ' 76,446.93 H
i Exchanges for clearing house 25S.68LS2 H
Total 'of Items 14. 15. 16, 17 and IS 749.60S.41 (H
Check's on banks located outside of city or "town H
of reporting bank and other cash items 7 510.46 H
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer and due H
from U. S. treasurer 8,750.00 H
War savings certificates and thrift stamps ac- . H
tually owned 707.45 H
Total $3,S35,191.03 M
Capital stock paid in $ 175,000.00 fl
Surplus fund . . 75,000.00 H
Undivided profits 25,633.89 H
Less current expenses, interest, and taes paid...' 15,014.15 10,619.74 H
Amount reserved for taxes accrued '. 5,000.00 H
Circulating notes outstanding 174,995.00 I
Amount duo to federal reserve bank '. .. ,f. 90,048.18 H
Net amounts due to national banks , 330,109.36 H
Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust com- H
panies (other than included In Items 31 or 32) 519,264.92 H
Total of Items 32 and 33 '849,374.28 1 ' ' SH
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub- jH
ject to reserve (deposits payable within 30 ' ' H
days) : H
Individual deposits subject to check 875,295.39 H
Certificates of deposit duo in less than 30 days ' H
(other than formerly borrowed) ' '' 48,800.19 H
Certified checks ' o.'. 3,103.'97 H
Cashier's checks outstanding ;'. ' 44565' 29 H
Dividends unpaid r 160.00 il
Other demand deposits '. ' -14,53 I
Total of demand deposits (other than bank ' ' ' H
deposits) subject to reserve, Items 34, 35, 36, H
37. 38, 39. 40, and 11 967,269.37
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after "I'.-' H
30 days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, .''.'" ; H
and postal savings): H
Certificates of deposit (other than for nionev bor- , " 'I
rowed) .... : - 137,943.71 !
Postal savings deposits ........'. , 6 06 66 H
Other time deposits , . , 380;59;;65 H
Total of time deposits subject lo reserve, j H
Items 42, 43, 44, and 45 524,599.93 ' H
United States deposits (other than postal savings): , H
Other United States deposits, including deposits of H
U. S. disbursing officers 1 15.412.29 . 15,412.29 H
Bills payable, with federal reserve bank ......... . . " 908,500.00 JH
Liabilities other than those above stated, Fourth H
Liberty loan subscriptions v 39,372.25 )H
Total $3,835,191.03 I
Liabilities for rediscounts, including those with H
federal reserve banv ... $ 417,690.27 H
Total contingent liabilities $ 417.690.27 I
STATE OF UTAH, COUNTY OF WEBER, ss:
I, J. H. Riley, Cashier of tho above-named bank do solemnly swear that tho H
above statement Is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
J.H. RILEY, Cashier.
w Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of November, 191S.
E. F. BRATZ, Notary Public.
q-,l) " Mv commlsison expires August 16, 1921.
1 ' ' ' JAMES PINGREE,
J. H. F. LAST, I
J. W. ABBOTT,
Directors. . jH
ty of mistakes is apparent, particu
larly in view of the somewhat com
plicated nature of tho ballot and of
the new system of canvassing which
was In effect for the first time this
"1 feol therefore, that I am bound H
to disregard my personal inclinations H
and that I owe the duty to tho poo- H
pie of the state, Irrespective of party, H
to comply with your request." j H