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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1915 ll . ! Arizona Republican's Editorial Page l i . , . . . I jC 1 1 - .. - ' 'j - The Arizona Republican Published hv ARIZONA FniMSIII.Nii COM PANT. Pwigl.t H. Heard President nml Manager Chiu'en A. Sl.a utter Husincss Manager l:arlli V. Cate Assistant Business Manager J. V. Si.-ar Editor Exclusive Morning Associate! Press Pispatehes. oflice. Cnriicr Second and Adams Streets. Entiled at tlie I'ostoffi. e at I'lioenix. Arizona, aa Mall Matter of the Second Class. Ail. n .V,- Ward. Representatives, New- York t If flee, Ri unsu i, k Building. Chicago office. Advertising liiii:,lii.t. ' i Addiess all communication to THE ARIZONA 1(12 l'l Hl.lt'AN, riioenix. Arii'.omu 'I Kl.EI'IP (NHS: Business Office 422 City Kditor 433 s i i . s . i : 1 1 u i N ratks: Pally, f ne month, in advance $ .75 Pany. tniee iiioiitlis. in advance 2.00 Pan;.. ix months, in advance - 4 no 1'aily, one year, in advance s.uo Sundays only, l.y mail 2,50 w I i xi-:si a v .Morxixo. j r.i-; :;, l'.'i:. T'w lirst rc'i;i-it' t' a uooil iti- u in this i-riiii!Ii.- of ours is th.il lu- l-c :!ilc :tiii will'icr to uli liis w-i' iit; !ic s:t:i!l not ! :i lilt Tc '.'sscii'jt !-, Iii't si .ill lo liis -haic in t'H- or!c tl;,it cMch rt nci'.'i ti ii of u fiii(l ready to Ii.hpI. 'I'lleoilore !oosc clt. l i'ii A rWI Mart Wanted !':. .:.p- us pie, :-ni.' i.i ci.. publicity to lie I. We ., this ..illi. .it oioii.-y and without ...:.; P.e wtit.-r i.is r.-. posted that tl. ..!. aided t., r: i.hvsi. ian's vi.ac.c. :'t., da''k hair I,.-.'. edi at. : : i. lav l-mio. mandolin. j i-i.-n.. aul vi.iii.; tide iK'rs.'.a.k. ami I-.m- ! .r.i.iiL-; t r- -loviest ii a t d, and i;m; coo'; :wiv -rl.r.j l'r. .hi l.r. il a (M.lar bear. IS'it I vaht a ..; .. a real r : -l M. 'I'll.' casern ge'it loiae'.l well. i!.v think tn.re i.i' a good Oog a .oker game l!, in a w tfe; .lid society is o it) t hirg that is false, ; i.i- 1. am: v.!:.tt la !y who '..v . s a I ..me. hus- ).,.. a 1 i i . : : ta--i -.ants that k:n! "f a life" A nd. if ti.. w.-t .an find in-- eiilov a CoA!;iY. ..r a ii .- r i-in i n. !.- v. lei h-s ipi.- i.. nature, ratl-.-r t-af t-, t!e ; .n ' II i ' 1 e l,fe, I sin. 1,1., le iJease.: to la I'l .'II lh"!l.. ! have all ill. ..Ille. enough to ta'-e . ..f nr. .Ii toe ie-t i.f my 111 -, hut I ih.nt v.ant :it. . f. -It 111. e-hll liter1 . f r I 'l.r e "lOUe. .Viiif'SS. ,M!;S. M.'iMiO iIli'fALP, Celieral lellei. i li lest er, X. Y. A ,i ,r itii.il'itii, i:I of some ears' standing r.'.-l v. I.i. h has not v.t tern-ina ted prevents us from l-. this inat:T i.'ir personal attention. It is. I1., i.f.riT, ".ith s,,i'i ta-nret tli.il we pas.; it on to tu.ee ..f ..ur i---;t!'-rs. aiii.-nur !i,cn are eowhoys, 1! 1. e,.Mt je, ,e!l. S,.pe ,,; VVhl'Ili UT'' Hither ll .ir. if let near, to the pri ,:ii' i'. e. The n. t ring's h.n.1 and clear with sincerity. i it.-r has evi.l-'ti'ly t'do pot only the truth. Ian t h . h'de truth. If she w a scheming ami i'. si amm-r v.id'iw, she vviaih! hae omitted inetitinn i.i I'e iaiijo, the mandolin, the K'';t-r, the lean"; Jilat lia- . iohtl. She Would let t h (..whov find HJl .-t'.o it tta-m w hen it Was toil l.tte. If lie slnil.!.! tu'n ..at to Ii- a trui- .-ntleii-ai: and a real sj.,,rt, li- v... u!! l.e.r it in silence, even if lie roiiM no I") r --r; i. t-'it he would not rcproa h tlie ladv - it!i ha'.-iitir "hel.l our uir.is" on him. There are oine thin-'s in the ivferetioe to the; culinary iic- 0. 111pp-l.menis of the writer inat seem at variance, lu.t no dtcil.t the.v i-onlii Pe eas'Iy adjusted to one ::t,..tii. r in the e,,nrse of a i orreiM,n.J,.nee. In the I.i -i plae,. people do not conk" I. read, but they I al e it. hetlier jM-lar l.ais are cook', or not, v..- are n.d : ure. imt v. " would soppose thoy are ii a-te.l or fried - that is. after havintf lieen a'iKht. A:-:. in. we would not feel sure that a lady who had ..use pr'.fici.-nt in '-ini':iiiij polar hears had ulrt'iiy." 1:'. .1 a dnmestn-ateil lii"e. It plight lie susp--teii that I.er domesticity iias Pe.-n that of th lskiniu 1...! .. There are t :: o t h int's in the specif ica ions that !pe.-ialiy apl-al o and, we think, toward till "ia:. I men' not too far removed from natt're, for tl.e natural mar. is not Krei;ariou. The writer ha:) lo weakness tt,T- sal i-ly, and re have none. The reference to her iricnnie is sat isfai-tory. P. i-- s iftiiient for her own ii--ds, but not evidently ; uf:e ient to relieve ti e real man of bis ilutier. an 1. r ad - vv inner. Put it ! Id relieve him of the leikmtf fear, the nifhtly nightmare, that while he is ; lc pins and patlu riiiif Mrt-nnili for the morrow I.i w ife wouid tie raiiiini? his trLiusers' pockets. Reliqlou Liberty and License H'e are in receipt of a journal calied "Liberty," a 'mata'in of religious freeilom," whii-h wo imayine favors religious license for the editor and tli.ee who think with him. but advocates the re striction of contrary 'iews. It denies the riKht of tiie .state to interfere with, religious activity anil irferentiaPy denies to the state the rinht to de fend itself against religious, activity. It evident I v approves the rour.se of a little" magazine in Kiifrl'inil called "War on the War la.ette." whose mission appears to be to discour tige the iiritish war spirit. It vas brought nnder the notice of the censor, who cut it so liberally that the editor, despairing of getting his own unuatriot K' utterances before the people, decided to print quo tations from the Bible. He male up a column of terts, a mon? them the following: "Strive not with a man without cause, if he have done thee no harm." I:o. .'! ."10. "Thou shalt not kill." Kx. 20:1.1. "All they that take the sword shall perish with tl.e sword." .Matt. 2C: 52. "For the leaders of the people cause them to -rr; ami they that are led of them are der-tr-ayeu." Isa. : 1C." These did rait escape the censor. They werei nil "smvidi-ed." and very properly. The following" comment is approved by "Liberty:" "The war godl v:M have no other goOa before him." It is besi le tho question to say that the editor could have extracted as many texts from the Uibb in suppr i t of war as lie found against it. Ho could have found comma. -id. from on hih directing the prc-secut ion of war. l'-ut it was not a time In Kng land to i.c ouibliliiig about appa'-ently coi t radictory Itiolical texts. A i liiii.imi whi. h was engaged in the business of proinulgat in icaee doctrines in such a lime and in such a mat. nor, when the existence of the nation was at stake, deserved suppression lather than censorship. Tin editor deserved tho condemnation of all, for he was not only imperiling, so far as he could, his cotmlrv, but he was bringing the cause of rclii ui iulo disrepute. He was niak iot; in-e of a tehi-ions license that uaa threatening tlie liberty of .he nation. Anti-Zeppelin Precautiuns The V.t ppelin raids over l.omiou have been tt iiiiulatiuj; to the industry of putting out fires. London papers are heavy with ad ei tisenn ills o:' il.fl.linl kinds of antidotes lor fi'es which, it is slated, whenever a Xcppelin flies over, Income more iiuuict nils ihan tin. t ire-I ig hi i ng engines, ,so that Ir.any isolaled fiia-s uaist be couiliattcd b.v Jirivale tltix-ns. ne of tins,, sn-iif ics is called " K il -f vrc," vv an a nled to t in t-ui-h in an iic-tant anv Zeppelin en fla gra 1 1. hi ll" applied in time. Another is called the " Anti.ep." whiiii.is brought willim the reach of all. at the modest price of .Vs. We g.atlor from tiie des.lip:i,.n of the- 'Wllticp" that it i the ohl la'hloio.l glass hand leliade w hit h was invent. "i in this i-i,unirv much more than :l generation ago ! 1,-re Zeppei.ils Were not then dia allied of, hut il. a (.pears t., i,e a new thing io 1 oinlon Tlie sellers of "Anti.ep" advertise it a" the only leiiaide ittm-dv iii case ol Zeppelins w Inch drop bombs loaded with tlieiiniie which upon ignition ). ie rates a heat of .'.ih'ii decrees, at whi. li cast .--till I 1 II like melleii tallow. "iil-tre" seems to P. the more modern fire ih,ii:'iii--lii-r -.v 1 1 i -1 1 has liein used in this coiintty f.r several years, a compound contained in a metal tul e v. hicli is hung on a wall in an inverted posi lioii. A j,-rk leaves the end of the tube flee so that the- contents may he liashed upon tiie flames. There is still aiiothi r appliatice called the ics i.irator as a proieoiion agniiis' tie asahvxiiling ei fe, t of chiorim ga-a-s generated 1 rom bombs dr.,,, pel I v Z.-ppeli-is. W ith the Kil fyres. the mi . p-- and the respiiaiors read.v f r ;i li'.n th.-oiu'li-oui hii-.il lliitain, the i iiTi'licl.s aia ,li a w;.y to ua-tc a lot of time and ammutiil im . LOVE OP THE SOIL and true Kverv rea! gar.N the sod. tlo- smell of it when mined o Mill, J'll feel o" it under foot, PS Welfare 1 he l.c.es to patt-h up the bin phots. 1,1 si deepen and etiri. Ii it. The soil is 01:1 heritage from geologj.- time; it is the residue from tin- crumbling f the rock; tetlance depends tin prosoeritv' Ol" ill'- unt rv ma n he. cs I in tlie his ovv :i ; ut ro.-ks. r pri. eh ss . in.... Mb I' ll its main icc of man. iid how we have misut. il and neg l -i te.-f mil foil! The earth has been plowed dovv: tin- hill against the f. noes, whole it is allowed to g row brush, leaving the hillsides ami ridges bare; it has been washed away and let choke up the rivers and harbors with the finest and fattest of iis substance; it has 1 ei-n burned over and Us fertility v.astol in loan-.- other ways. My father (John 1 lurroi'ghs ) , iike the true coun tryman that he is. alway s ovi d. indeed aluiot v.or- idlipp'ld. the soil. He has ll.-cl Mote I ea i fun and satisfaction in late years in impr-cin'.-- pieces of land than in anything else. l ast summer he found huge (b light in lenring uj a stony, broken pa-lure, blowing out the rocks and building a fence with them, leveling off the gt'ind and getting it ready for the plow, saying: "l-'ifty years and irn.r' ago mv father wanted to clear this field ami xnrtke a meadow of it; now I am able to do il w hut a fin', deep soil it has!" He would pick up a Landfill in 1 rub It bct.veen his fingers or thrust thwe crowbar down into it to show- the depth. Not to- char away any more for est, but to I uild up and. improve si mi' of the land already cleared, that is truly an occupation worthy of any man" -Julian l.-turl oughs, in the ('raftsman. ONE ON HENRY FORD There are any number of stories told concern ing Henry lord of Ix-troif and the well known product turnol out in his shops, but a Wall street man, who recently returned from pctroit. oi:h. for the truth of this one, wlijoh ho says I-'ord tells on himself. It seems that ."Ford, who believed in usiii his own cars, was out ill the suburbs of Petroit ime (lay and stopped M hen he saw a driver of a Trd car trying to star, his machine which had failed from some cause. The driver did not appear able to locate the trouble, so I'otd got out lrom his car and tendered his services. In a few minutes the slalb-d car was ready to run again, and the owner, after thaiiKing his un known benefactor,, pulled n. half dollar from bis pocket and tendered it, saying: "Stop at the first place and get yourself some igars " The money w:t,s dcclim d, with the statement: "I have more jnone;- now than I can find any use for, and I wpj only- too glad lo help, you get your car started ngain." The owner of the; rejuvenated car looked nt the riood Samaritan and then at Ford's car aad said with emphasis, "Y'oirre a liar. If you had mors money than yon knew" what to do with you wouldn't be running a Ford." tVad Street Journal. HIS MEDIATION WAS A SUCCESS When President YVilson said that American weve naturally the njediutiiiK people of the world, hf- may have had in ruind the incident which oc curred in a New Jersey- suburb. On a certain street in that town lived an American, an Knglishman and a German who had .always been pood friends tie American and the (iei-man living on one side of the street and the Kngli?;hman opiwisite. As the war went on, the relations of Hie three seemed to be threatened and the American, becoming nervous about the Increasing- tension of public affairs, re solved to put things n a sound basis. So he in vited the Kiiglishnvm Jind the Herman to his house. They came, and stoxl for a moment looking at him and each other. "Now, fellows," said the American, "we three have Always been good friends. I-t u not permit this blamed war to make nny difference with our friendship. All shako hands on it!" Then the Knglishman said: "F.nKland has al ways been the greatest land grabber on earth. Amer ica for me!" And the O.erman said: "Down with the kaiser. America for me!" The three then shook hands lienrtily all around and partook of the usual dainty collation and have ever- since been better friends than before. New York Mail. EMPRESS STAGES BENEFIT FOB BULL CLUB TONIGHT PHOENIX FANS ATTENTION! must make enough sak to crowd the At the F.mprcss theater tonight a Krand stand, pr-rc. ntage of the receipts will be do-I '"'"lie prizes are well worth our earn naled to the local ball dug. The pro- est el forts" said Miss porothy Wright gram will be exceptionally clever and 'last evening. "I mean to win one and should at tract a large audience and re-;'1 would not b" fair to accept such a member -Mr. and Mrs. Fan and the re-' lovely gift without doing something to inainiier of the Fan Family, its for a , ''' 'serv e it. I am going to sell every good and just cause. j ticket that 1 possibly can." The return of the home team and its I A'"' Miss W eight only spoke the Ken victory yesterday has given an impetus t''eiit of every girl in the contest, to the ticket selling contest for the '''''"'' : r' (l"'"K their best and now its double header on the Fifth of July. I "I" l" ""' ,:,,IK- With renewed interest and keener l iv - dry than ever before the girls are go- j Xi,,e pasb.rs in overalls shingled mg about their business of ticket, the roof of a church in St. Louis, :','",,"li j while the pastor of the church stood Several hundred dollars represent the I by and bossed the job. The ministers prizes offered by Hege, "White a ml ! were fulfil ling a pledge t tiev had ma de Weslev, ;,,seii.weig. and l-iiedman, and on a dare, and demonstrated thev to wii I hem the contestants feel they were "good sports." FISH SWARM IN THE BOSPHORUS Report of the Condition of THE NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA t Phoenix-, in the Stale ,,f Arizona, at the close of business June L'lini, l'.ii:,. I'.KS ri:('KS I. ii Loans and discounts motes held in ba n k )....$ 1 ,f if, 7,4 .VS . L':! Total loans l,ur,7.4r.8 . o el ur.alts. socuicil. f none; unsecured J Lb". - ' '. S. bonds deposited to secure- circulation (par value! b I". S builds pledged to secure I'. S. deposits I pa r a I ue i e I'. S. bonds ow m il and unpledged Total I'. S. Iinliil.i il Holuis. seen lilies pledged as collateral for State, or olh.r deposits or bills pavable ( posl.il e, lulled I f Securities oilier ihcc F. S. bonds (not includ ing st-ii !:-i owned unpledged Total ' hond: . le- utlties, etc Subscription to slock of Federal Re serve Hank .'.(Ml. no a Less amount unpaid I 1 .J.'.ii . liu b All other slocks, iiu I iding premium on same.. Hanking house. $ i i;ii.niiii nu; furniture and fixtures, JJ,. Mm. mi i it her rea I i-ii.ili- o. tied pile from Federal Hisrve Hank a Pue from approved teserve agents in Xew York. Chicago and Si. Louis b Pue from approved reserve agenls m other la-sei v e cil ies Pue fiotii banks and I. 'inkers (other than in cluded in x or I'l ('licks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Kxihanges for clearing house a outside clacks and other cash items b Fractional ruiri in ), nu kels. and cents Noi.s of other national banks Federal Hi sol v e notes Lawful money reserve in bank: Total coin and ci-l tlllcales Legal ten. I. r iiot.-s Kcdemp! i. in fund wild I'. S. Treasurer (not more than per cent on circulation) Pue lrom I '. S. Tu msiui-i C. lo. 1 1. 12. 12. i :.. id. 1 7. lx. 2OU.(Jiill.O0 1 ii, (inn . mi In. Odd . do :;x, ihiii . nu l."..07a.(H 1 1.2..0.IMI none 22.44 1 . '.i'l 10.72 4 . 7x 1.72V . xs 1 ml . :ir 12:.. X2 220.0110 . DO f..'!, 07.7 .011 1 1,2.70.00 X2.r,0u.0ll none 22,X14.r,4 4::.i7'.i.i'.x fi2,.'ii;ii.hJ none 1'.2.7X.27 1.S21I.22 01,0 1 IU . no none HUM 2.7 27 lj,(iX2 . 00 lo.Omi. 00 m ilie l'l.Otill. Oil Tolal LIAHILITIKS 1. Capital stock- paid in 2. Surplus fund :'.. Fndiviijed profits TOO, 1 X2 . X7 Reserved for Ci'.,lX2.S7 H-ss euriollt expenses, interest, and taxes paid 2X.xaN.22 4. Circulating notes 200,1100. ml Less amount oil hand and in Treasury for redemption or in transit none .7 p: e to Federal Reserve Rank '.. Pue to approved reserve agents in Xew Y'ork, Chicago, and Si. Louis 1.020.S3 a Pue to approved reserv e agent in other re serve citi'-s 6.8S 7. pue to banks ami bankers (other than in cluded in .7 or 111 5. Pividends unpaid :t. Peuiand deposits: a Individual doposps subject to check 1(1.7.277.(72 b Certificates of deposit due in less than 20 days 171.X44.lMl e Certified checks 2. '.(12 . 2.7 (1 Cashier's checks outstanding 124. !e e Fnited States deposits IO.Ouii . oil g State, county, or other municipal deposits se cured by item 4d of "Resources" r.l,.7Xii . S.7 h Peposils requiring notice of less than 20 days 10. Time deposits: b State, county, or other municipal deposits se cured b.v- item 4d of " Resources" 11. F. S. bonds borrowed without furnishing col lateral security for same 12. Other bonds borrowed without furnishing col lateral security for same. 13. Securities (other than I. S. or other bonds) borrowed without furnishing collateral se curity for same 14. Rediscounts with Federal Reserve bank a Notes and bills rediscoimted 1(1. State bank circulation outstanding a Liabilities other than those above stated Total $i.!3i,t;i;s.!4 $ 210, oho . (hi 1 7.7,ooo. 00 37.2x4 .17.7 2io,0ii0.0i none 1.927 . 7 1 37.S2d.77 none 1,1.71,72.7.81 none none none none none 27. Kofi . 00 none none $l.S31,(il'iS.!4 STATK PF ARIZONA, C( il'XTV OF M ARR 'ol'A - ss. I. Kmil (iinz. president of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true lo the best of my knowledge and belief. KMIL CA.NZ, President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2:ith day of June, 11(1.7. MARIAN AR.MSTRdNH. Notary Public. My commission expires Feb. 10, liflfi. CORRKCT Attest: ('HAS. OOHPMAN. KPWARP 1-nSRLF., HIS A. STRKITZ. Directors. Report of the Condition of THE PHOENIX SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY, At Phoenix, in the Slate of Arizona, at the close of business June 23, 1915. RLOSOFRCF.S Loans and discounts, less due from directors Pue from directors other bonds, stocks, securities, etc Ranking house, furniture and fixtures Specie $ Legal tender and National Hank notes Fxchanges for clearing other cash items Pue from State and National banks, Aiuiroved reserve agents $1 SC. .737. 48 $7.70. 34 11 140.21 20(1.00 7l'i!l.44 541.10 1,521".. 33 1, 32C. 0(1 l,170.li0 64.69 1S2.449.SC T,,tal J9S3.1SS.23 IJAPILITIKS Capital stock paid in Surplus I 'nilivided profits . . Sayings deposits Time certificates of deposit $i;(IS,S15.fi5 1SS, 947 19 $100,000.00 50,000.00 27,077.05 Reserve for interest and t.ixef -$797,762.84 8.34S.34 Total $9S3,1SS.23 STATI'7 OF ARIZONA. ( '( il'XTV OF MARICOPA ss. jf w. C. Foster, Secretary and Treasurer of the above named bank, do solemnly sw-ear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief. - , YV. C FOSTER Secretary and Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of June, 1915. (J. G. FULLER, Notary Public. Mv commission expires May 22, 1916. CORRECT A 1 1 es t : CWKC.. 1 M. C. McDOUHALL, H. P. MARSHALL, L flXZl. Directors. Seventy Edible Varieties Are Found by Persistent Fishermen Of all its many descriptive epithets, ancient and modern, none have clung with more persistent tenacity than the simple, early adjective of "fishy" lios poniH. Seventy edible varieties of fish, familiar to connoisseurs, sport in its waters. Some have their permanent haunts within 'the stream. The most are migratory. The instinct of the sea sons moves them northward or south ward with the birds. The strait is their only possible highway between the Liaok Sea and the Mediterranean, their Kunimii and winter homes. From March until June and from August to Peciniber men, poised in the quaint perches high on piles above the water and constantly on the outlook, watch for the flash of their gliding scales. From "Constantinople," by Pr. Edwin A. Hiosvenor (Roberts Rros. and Little, Rrow n A- Co.) If It's An ESCROW You'd Better Have It Handled By The Phoenix Title and Trust Co. IS North First Ave. Report of the Condition of THE CENTRAL BANK OF PHOENIX At Phoenix, in the State of Arizona, at the close of business June 23rd. 1915. , , ,- RESOURCES Loans and discounts, less due from directors J174 "isr4 Pue from ihru, l,.r.- " ' iverd rafts Fnited States bonds State, county and municipal bonds . . . . . . . other bonds, slocks, securities, etc ........... Hanking house, furniture and fixtures Real estate I'urient expenses and taxes paid Specie ' ' ' ' Legal tender and .National hunk n.aJJ Exchanges for clearing i 't lo r cash it ems Pue from Stale and National banks', "approved "reserve .'igi 'fits Pue limn Stale and National hanks not reserve agents '. '. i 3.S43.3S 3,84:i.3S 5.94H.OO 1,309 III) 641 34 53,191 S7 none none hone none none 6, 4113 00 none Total LIA HI PITIES Capital stock paii in Surplus 1 'ndivided profits Individual deposits subject to check Savings deposits Pemaiul certificates of deposit Time certificates of deposit i 'ertified checks Cashier's checks outstanding Pue State and National banks Letters of credit $152,(i71.fi7 3.552.06 21.915.65 4.562.3:! 273 1.7 6,513X5 699.23 2,3'Hl.U'l -$ 72.1X6 17 $261, 626. X9 $ 5o, ono no 1 0, (mil. in) 4,43S 95 Hills rediseiiunted -$191, XX7 94 5, 3iiCi. no $261, 626. S9 Total Sl-PATI.' OC Al'I'llVA i . I ' N-'C V w a l , ,. . . . ' - - . . . , , wi . , i i ' t .u.-ir.i' i j ss. I. c. c. Smith, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnlv swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge anil belief. C. C. SMITH, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th dav of June. 1915. J. H. NOYES, Notary Public. CORRECT Attest LLOYP K. CHRISTY, A. L. MooRE, E. T. COLLI NHS. Iiii ectors. Report of the Condition of THE VALLEY BANK At Phoenix, in the State of Arizona, at the close of business June 23rd, 191.7. RES' 'CHcrcS! Loans and discounts, less due from directors $ 990.13S.fi7 Pue from directors l.iiuu.oo ( iverdrafts 59H.44 Cniled States bonds 3uu.no State, County and Municipal bonds 343.200. 00 other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. 37.299.44 Ranking- house, furniture and fixtures 23.352.S7 Real estate 233.x7o.00 Current expenses and taxes paid 60,74s 74 Specie $ 49,704.14 Legal tender and Xational bank notes 49. 77s. on Exchanges for clearing S.X2S .50 other cash items 3.944.21 pue from State and National Ranks, Approved reserve agents 227,371.16 Pue from State and National batiks not reserve agents 62,030.00 $ 4ol.656.ol Assets not included under above heads, viz: Settlement account 22,117.19 Total $2,114,273.36 LI A HI PITIES Capital stock paid in $ 500,0i)O.oo I'ndivided profits 70,393.76 Individual deposits subject to check $620,317.71 Savings deposits , 254.S4S.64 Pemand certificates of deposit 32.4S6.96 Time certificates of deposit 153, 655. 4S Certified checks 2,o37 71 Cashier's checks outstanding 2S.361.9S Pue State and National Hanks 3x4.521.12 $1,476,229.60 Hills payable 67.650.00 Total $2,114,273.36 STATE OF ARIZONA, OoL'NTY OF M A R 1 C( I PA ss. I. A. T. Esgate, assistant cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge, and belief. A. T. ESGATE, Assistant Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 29th day of June. 1915. SIMS ELY, Jr., Notary Public. My commission expires Dec. 2n, 1916. ( '( iRKECT Attest: R. E. MOORE. JOSEPH H. KIRRF.Y'. IS. M. GOLD WATER, Directors. Report of the Condition of CITIZENS STATE BANK, At Phoenix, in the State of Arizona, at the close of business June 23, 1915 RESOURCES discounts, less due from directors directors Loans and Pue from Overdrafts Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc Hanking house, furniture and fixtures .. Current expenses and taxes paid Specie Legal tender and National Hank notes Exchanges for clearing ( ither cash items Pue from State and National Banks .... Rent paid in advance 49.G37.00 7S4.SO 21.54 619.00 2.502 69 3,746 45 . . . $ 5. ... 1,2 ,,238. 9(1 ,255.00 ,622.50 S5.50 . . .$50,007.63 Total INABILITIES Capital stock paid in Undivided profits Individual deposits subject to check Individual deposits subject to check Pemand certificates of deposit Time certificates of deposit Certified checks Cashier's checks outstanding Pue State and National Banks 215.00 $116,736.07 25,000.00 1,105.99 . $78,440.4(5 . 5.2S3 96 1300 . 5,100.00 340.16 . 1.452 50 000 .$116,736.07 Total STATK OF ARIZONA. COUNTY' OF MARICOPA ss. I, L. Jj. Steward, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. P. L. STEWARD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th day of June, 1915. JOSEPHINE II. RYAN, Notary Public. My commission expires June 29, 1915. CORRECT Attest GEO. H. N. LJJHRS, K. S. WAKELIN, B. W. GETSINGER, Directors.