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I t THE EVENING STANDAED, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912. v S
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HEPORT OF THE CONDITION OP
ff 'NATIONAL BANK
I, At Ogden, In tic ;3tate of Utah, at the
close of business, November 26,
! ' Loans and. discounts ....... $651,898:14
Overdrafts v secured and - .
1 unsecured' i. ,15,722.39
I U. S. Borids to Bccuro clrcu-
City warrants ,72,136 90
I ; Bonds, securities, etc 17.2G2 50
! I Banking- houfie, furniture
i and fixtures 95,000.00
1 Other real estate- owned .. 24,974.03
Duo from Natlon-
i al banks (not
reserve agents). $16,202.52
i Duo from state
and privato '
! b a'n k s and
I barik'ers, truBt
.1 companies and , .
savings banks.. 129.76
j i Due from ap- .
I proved reserve
J agents 89,611.98,
II 'I Exchanges for
S il clearing house. 8,511.95" ,
y J Notes of other na
il ' tlonal banks. 2,895.00
I i Fractlbnal paper, - i .
I I !j currency, nick-
i els and cents... -772.50 ,-
M Lawful money
H i reserve in bank,
I Specie 67,413.91"
H Legal tender
9 notes. 465.00 -1S6.002.62
m Redemption fund
with' U.S. trcs-
m urer (5 per cent
m j ofcirculation).. 2,500.00 .
I J j Total- .'.' $1,115,796.58
J j) ' LIABILITIES.
I j Capital stock
Ij J paid in $100,000.00
J: t Surplus fund 50,000.00
I I Undivided profits, less ox-
1 ' 1 penses and taxes paid . . 87,203.49.
1 I National bank notes out-
, j standing 50,000.00
I j Due to other Na-
,J tionai banks ..$ 31.S49.S7
. , , Du e to State
5 ' and private
3: banks and
i bankers 45,S10j37"
J I Individual depos- i '
Its subject to
l ' i check 594.3S8.SS
i ' cates of deposit 17,560.23
'i Time certificates
', . of deposit ... 135.571.S3
I 3 t Certified checks.. G31.92
I ' " Cashier's checks
I i outstanding ... 2,779.99 828,593.09
' Total $1,115,796.58
i State of Utah. County of Weber, ss.
J j ! R. A. MOVES, cashier of
S j the above-named bank, do solemnly
j swear that the above statement is true
J to the best of my knowledge and be
I R. A. MOYES, Cashier.
I A. R. HEYWOOD,
II I ' i r P. HEALY,
1 A. G FELL,
IT J. S. HOUTZ,
H i Directors.
B-'" a Subsciibed and sworn to beforo aio
M j thiB 4th day of December, 1912
D 1 W. G. EMLEY,
I j (Seal) Notary Public,
The annual social gathering of lo
cal union No. 53, Journeyman Bar
bers, and their wives was held last
ovening in Union Labor hall, and for
this occasion at least the proerbial
good humor of tho tonsorlal artists
was entirely unassumed, for tho party
was a most enjoyable affair.
The address of welcome was made
by E. H. Hayes, who dwelt at some
length on justice, benevolence, indus
try and unity, the four cardinal prin
ciples of the organization
Miss Agnes Fair of San Francisco,
who is visiting In Ogden as a repie
sentatlvo of a California labor Jour
nal, followed Mr. Hayes' talk with a
very forceful addiess on the subject of
"Economics," which was listened to
with much interest.
Believfng that "a little nonsense
now and then is relished by the best
of men," E. G. Morris created a whole
bunch of merriment with a Jewish
Secretary William Plggott in a brief
talk gave a history of the interna
tional and the local union, which was
very interesting to all. The interna
tional union was organized at Buffalo
In 1887 and at present numbers 30,
000 members with a surplus fund of
Local "53 'of Ogden was organized
November 2S. 1905. with 24 members.
F'n.v tlif '"io ,,' union hnc con
ditions nearly 100 per cent better.
. un icj ci -orkin0' uuurs and betiu
The present relations between the
emplovers and tho local are entire
ly harmonious The local now has
an enrollment of 52 membois, includ
ing 15 nonresident members.
At the close of Mr. Plggott s ad
dress the assembled company ad
journed to the dining room, where a
banquet, Interspersed with toasts and
social conveisatlon, occupied the time
until the midnight hour.
A pleasing feature of the ovening
was the playing of a number of selec
tions by an orchestra under tho di
rection of Bert Turner.
There were about 75 persons present.
Piovo, Dec. 5 On the ground of
cruelty, Jacob B. Johnson has' begun
suit for divorce in the district court
hero against Petrea Johnson Plain
tiff alleges tbat he gave to defen
dant In 1909 proporty in Lawrence,
Emery county, of the value of $12.
000, for the support- of herself and
four minor children
WHAT HE WAS THERE FOR.
Window Dresser If you'll give me
a finer quality of goods I can make
a fine display
Proprietor If I had fine goods I
could display 'em myself I'm -paying
you to make a fine display with
NORTH AND SOUTH
ROAD IS ASSURED
Caldwell, Ida., Dec i4 The long
cherlshed dream of southwestern Ida
ho for a north and south roud Is soon
to be realized, according to E II.
Place of Winnemucca. Kev., vgeneral
manager of the Winnemucca &. North-
! I TURKEY HAS A NAVY THAT COMPARES FAVORABLY
WITH MEAGER FLEETS OWNED BY ALLIED FORCES
ifl " "While tho nations engaged in the
H Balkan war do not have naviea that
JB would be of any use in a war -with
"B a leading European nation, thr have
But-Have .Decided to Eliminate Jobbers and Middle Men -and Sell
'to the Retailers Local Association in the Jobbing- ,
Business During the Winter.
Yosterday afternoon the directors
of tho Ogden Fruit Growers' associ
ation held a meeting at tho company's
office on Wall avenue and Twenty
first Btreet, a majority of tho board
Tho partial annual report of the
manager, E. "S: Hall, was received and
accepted,. The directors were well
pleased with tho manner In which the
business of the association had been
conducted. In the face of the fact
that the market for- fruit this year
has been low and that weather con
ditions havo been against the -fruit
business, it was said that Mr Hall had
done remarkably --.ell, oven better than
The annual report of the manager
will be presented to the meeting of
stockholders in the early part of Jan
uary, when detailed airangements will
he made for the campaign of next
a few boats that are sufficiently mod
ern to be of service. Greeeo and
I Turkey are not unevenly matched In
1 naval equipment, Bulgaria, has a few
I gunboats and torpedo boats, while
At the meeting yesterday only rou
tine matters were considered
The directors decided to keep the
office opon during the winter monthB,
during which time Mr. Hall will do
a general jobbing business In hay.
grain and potatoes Tho association
will also handle spraying material for
Information as to tho plan of oper
ation in handling the fruit crop next
j ear, talked of by the directors yes
leiday afternoon, will not be given out
but from what-has been said by sbme
of the directors It Is quite certain
that the association will do business
ne.t year directly with the market
dealers, cutting loose from tho jobbers
and middle men altogether.
The Ogden association realized more
this year on consignment shipments
than anv other fruit association in
the country and It Is expected that
even better results will be obtained
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Servia and Montenegro are without
a navy. The pictures show scenes
on a TurkiBh crulfer and givo.anvidca
of the type of men that-man the sul
cm railroad, who has spent the last
few days in this city in the interest
of his company. Construction work
will begin March 1 at Winnemucca
and will bo completed to Caldwell by
March 1, 1915 Temporarily tho north
ern terminal of the road will be In
Caldwell, but It Is probable that it will
be oxtended north through Boise to
At a mcoting of the business men of
Caldwell tho stock subscription asked
for by the management was raised
and should the weather permit, sur
veyors will start this week on the pre
liminary Burvey from here to a point
ICO miles south to connect with the
surveys that havo been made from
Winnemucca. Location survej's have
already been made from Winnemucca
north through Paradise valley to Mc
Dermott. a distance of 85 miles, which
Is to be the first nnlt built The road
will be 250 miles long and will cost
approximately $7,000,000 It will tap
some of the richest agricultural aud
mineral land in tho west It will pass
through National, tho famous Nevada
mining camp, and within ton miles of
Silver City and Delamar. tho Idaho
ADMITS HIS GUILT
Up to a late hour last night Joseph
Cavnnaugh, the Bingham mail car
rier who was arrested on a charge
of embezzling money from the money
order department of the Bingham
postoffice. had not secured his re
leaso on bail and was still in the
county jail Cavanaugh was arraign
ed before United States Commission
er Charles Baldwin yosterday. waived
pieliminary examination and was
bound over to the grand jury on $1 -000
L A McGee. postoffice inspector,
who handled tho case, said jestcrday
that Cavanaugh had used a most un
usual method of embezzling govern
ment funds. When caught Cavanaugh
broke down and confessed to bavins
jjiiii agEjir "'ii 'i ii.yiUiii.n.i,m .asaia
taken at various times a total of $673
In money that had been ontrusted to
him by foiclgncrs In Bingham Can
yon with which to procure money or
ders for them.
Inspector McGee nlleges that the
mail carrier would take the money,
fill out a money order application
blank, tolling the foroigncrs that ho
would get the order and mail St to
the party to whom tho men wished it
sent. Ho is said to have then pock
eted the money A short time ago
some of thoso who are said to bo his
ictlms discovered that the mone
had not been recolved by tho par
ties to whom they directed it and
began an investigation. Inspector Mc
Gee, upon discovering who the em
bezzler was, went to Cavanaugh's
home and there discovered the mon
ey order application blanks which
Cavnnaugh had tilled out for those
on his route
Cavanaugh, who is SO years old,
confessed his guilt and told a story
of hard luck which led up to his
embezzling tho funds. He said that
he had considerable sickness in his
family, consisting of his wife and
baby, and that he got deeply Into
debt. Feeling that he must find some
way to get out or it, he said that he
hit upon the scheme of pocketing the
money order cash that was entrust
ed to him by those on his route and
that he took SC73 In this way, hop
ing that he could pay tho money
back before he was discovered
GIROUX THE WEAK
SPOT ON TUESDAY
The weak spot of the eastern cop
per share market on Tuesday was Gi
roux Consolidated, and the break was
not explained except through rumor
The Girouv Consolidated foi two or
' i mi mi i 11,-in
three weeks has been expected to
advance rather than othorwlso, as
there was a deal ponding botween the
company and others of tho Ely camp
looking towards a consolidation. Tho
property has been under examination
of a prominent engineor generally
supposed to represent the Interests
dealing with the Giroux company, and
inasmuch as the excessive selling of
this issue looked as it it came from
the inside the question naturally arises
if general conditions at the property
really justify the market break of
Marketwlse, tho Giroux has been a
considerable disappointment, the com
pany whllo one of the longest undor
developing at Ely Is slow In reaching
the production stago, and its produc
tion Is limited to the contract with
the Stcptoo company undor which tho
company socured the right to ship
dally a minimum of 900 tons, and a
maximum of 1,200 tons of ore from
the Morris-Bunker Hill section. In
this section of the property at the
tirao of the last annual report thero
were 4,010,000 tons of 2 14 per cent
copper ore, the contract cost of pro
duction for refined copper to be 9 1-2
cents per pound These shipments
were Interfered with when the strike
at Ely was called, but it Is reported
that the officials Intended Immediate
ly following the strike to bring the
production back to normal without
It has been a great disappointment
to share holders that the Giroux com
pany did not succeed in getting into
position during tho several years of
work prior to tho advanco in the price
of copper to take advantago of the
rising market. The company appears
to havo done a groat deal of work, but
either an unusually difficult proposi
tion was in hand oi effort was cen
tered in the wrong direction, for thero
can be no denying the fact that results
have been mighty slow
The last annual report showed 10,
291,000 tons of fully and partiallv de-
veloped ore averaging 2 per cent cop- H
per; 6,599,000 tons of 1.65 per cent3-?!
copper ore, and In addition a largo m
tonnago of 1 per cent copper ore and 'ifffl
the high grade material of the Alpha j
territory Tho question naturally llfl
arises, why Isn't mors of this mato- llltf
rial being markoted these high, priced ill I
copper metal times? jJ
EASTERN PRINCE TO I
RESUME DEEP WORK I I
Arrangements havo been niado to II j
begin development work on the East- I I
em Prince company of tho Pioche ato- 11 I
trict of Nevada without delay, and I
with this proposition added to the ac- II I
tlvo list Utah Interests thereby again l I
punctuate their confidence in Pioche II I
with their time and capital, for this I
is a Salt Lake corporation. The prop- I
erty lies to the east of tho Prince Con- II II
Holldated territory and, as Its name I 111
Implies, it Is deemed to be in line for 1 I
a continuation of tho same formation II l
and conditions which exist on Its n0t-
ed neighbor I
When operations on tho Eastern 1
Prince stopped some tlmo ago pond- 111
ing the completion of railroad and oth- II
er plans, the shaft was 200 feet in
depth, and It is the Intention of tho
management to continue this shaft
into and through tho limestone for
mation to the underlying shale, where
in the Prince Consolidated companv
has opened its resources under llko
Tho Eastern Prince long has been
regarded as one of the likeliest unde
veloped propositions In the vicinity of '
the Prince Consolidated, and with the
results gained as anticipated thore will ,
bo wide possibilities opened for others !
along tho same mineral zono. The
work of tho Utahns Interested, there- S
fore, will havo n big Influence upon
other companies owning adjacent f
ground, and there is a great deal of f
Interest attached to this new effort of f
tho Eastern Prince. Tho company Is 4
well equipped with funds and machin- I
cry for the campaign In hand ft
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The "Old School" practitioner tries to impress the public that the educa
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the hours of study of the legitimate "Osteopathic" schools are equal
to the best medical schools In the country.
DR. JOHN flNLEY MORRISON
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OSTEOPATH
2482 Wash. Ave. Phone 535-J
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OGDEN SHOE REPAIRING FACTORY
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OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Launderers and French Dry Cleaners.
437 Twenty-fifth Street. Phone 174.
Do your Christmas shopping early. We have on display many ex
cellent bargains In the latest CHRISTMAS JEWELRY.
Call and get our prices and take a look at our uncqualed line of
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H. F. UPP, Jeweler
2476 GRANT AVENUE.
An a For Christmas time or any time. And
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YOUR OLD FURNITURE
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371 Twenty-second Street.
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New and second hand household goods bought, sold and exchanged.
Highest prices paid for second-hand ranges and cook stoves.
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HhMi 91 3 PBW DECORATING, WALL-
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ern" give us a chance and be convinced. Satisfaction guaranteed Will
have a complete Line of Paints, Oils and Glass etc., etc., by January
1, 1913. Wallpaper at cost now.
2582 Wash. Ave. Phone 946.j.
"Opposite Public Library."
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ICE CREAM CHILI and TAMALES
2341 Wash. Ave. Phone 279
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We have just received a fine line of ,
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2468 Hudson Ave. Phont 898-W.
ffillUritl A FRESH CARL0AD
IB POULTRY SUPPLIES
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Got One of the Poultry Books Free.
The Best Amusement
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Og'den Billiard fiall
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The argest and most handsomely equipped Billiard hall In Utah I
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