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THE! CHICAGO EAGLE.
o The Corn Exchange National Bank OF CHICAGO OFFICERS ERNEST A. HAMILL, President CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON, Vice-President D..AJ MOULTON, Vice-President OWEN T. REEVES, Vice-Prcldent I J. E. MAAS, Vice-President '"' FRANK W. SMITH, Secretary JAMES G. WAKEFIELD, Cashier LEWIS E. GARY, Ass't Ca.hier EDWARD F. SCHOENECK, Ast't Caihier A. J. FORD, Att't Ca.hier J. G. WALKER, Att't Caihier CHARLES NOVAK, Ass't Caihier DIRECTORS WATSON F. BLAIR EDWARD B. BUTLER BENJAMIN CARPENTER CLYDE M. CARR ERNEST A. HAMILL CHARLES H. HULBURD CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON MARTIN A. RYERSON EDWARD A. SHEDD ROBERT J. THORNE CHARLES H. WACKER CHAUNCEY B. BORLAND J. HARRY SELZ 3 Paid On Savings Deposits FOREIGN EXCHANGE LETTERS OF CREDIT CABLE TRANSFERS 136 South La Salle Street OUR CREED We believe that the banker should have a higher ideal than personal advancement or building large deposits. We believe his mission is to teach the people to save, and to guard their savings with extraordinary care to the end that poverty and the necessity for charity may be gradually eliminated. It is our aim to be, in truth the PEOPLES TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK MICHIGAN AVENUE AND ADAMS STREET VM. M. QRISSOM Vlcc-Prcs. and Caihier FRGD S. DILLOW Ant. Caihier W. P. VAN BUSKIRK President HAROLD G. HAMMOND Secretary CHEANEY L. PARISH Mgr. Bond Dcpt. Bank of Commerce & Savings Michigan Boulevard and Washington Street Tclephono Randolph 1076 A State Bank Under State and Clearing House Supervision General Banking Savings Bonds and Safety Vaults Wo cordially invito you to an inspection of our premises and an investigation of our facilities. UNION BANK of CHICAGO 25 North Dearborn Street, CHICAGO Capital and Surplus $600,000.00 UNDER STATE SUPERVISION OIllCEltS IttlllKltFiVnil CIIA1CM5S K. SCIII.YTKIIN a rctucuii fl. IIAI.T.llOM W. XV. HOLMES Vice-President mill Cashier AmUtunt Crtslilrr H'llal.ltllBW .1. (1UI.MKHEN W. II. TIIOI.KN lilltlCCTOUS fl, I.. Cliiiicn, .lulin M. Erlvkiinii, Henry Krlrsson, lonriih II. ririnlnic, (I. Ilulltjoiu, o. O. Krnhol, Kmory Nimimtt, Turn OImhi, John H. Ityilell, Cliurlei l!. Mchly lern, Werner A. Wleboldt. OLDEST SAVINGS BUNK IN CHICAGO The Hibernian Banking Association KSTABLISHKO HIT S. W. Cor. S. La Sails and W. Adams Sta. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposit of One Dollar or more received, on which interest it allowed at Um rate of 3 per cent per annum, compounded half-yearly. Opea SATURDAY NIGHTS from 6:00 to 8:00 o'clock. BOND DEPARTMENT Offers a carefully selected list of Municipal, Railroad and Corporation Beads, suitable for trust funds, banks and private investment. BANKING DEPARTMENT Isrritea on favorable terms the accounts of individuals, firms and corpora TRUST DEPARTMENT Authorized by law to accept and execute trusts of all kinds. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT Buys and Sells real estate on commission; collects rents, manages estates; high-grade mortgages; makes loans on improved real estate. Wollenberger & Co. INVESTMENT BANKERS 6 Mortgage Bonds Foreign Government Bonds 7 Preferred Bonds 105 South La Salle Street Capital and Surplus $3,000,000 United States Depositary Fort Dearborn National Bank OFFICERS WM. A. TILDEN, President NELSON N. LAMPERT, Vice-Pres. ' 12. G, TUUDS, Cashier, HENRY R. KENT, Vlce-Pres. JOHN FLETCHER, VIce-Pres. MARCUS TArOROWSKY, VIce-Pres. QCOnOK II. WILSON, Vlco-1'rcs, WM. v. LeURus. Ass't Cashier. CHARLES L. IIOYK, Ass't Cashier. WM. L McKEE, Ass't Cushler. t T Ik tit A A. A .( rlMhliliai t, .i itit;ii ii tan i tiaiuj WM. E. McLALLEN, Ass't Cashier HARRY LAWTON, Mgr. Foreign Dept. Personal Attention given to Account of Firms, Individuals, Corporations and Banks COMPARATIVE SHOWING OF DEPOSITS February I. 1908 f 9,887,954.84 February 1,1909 11,617,691.24 March 29,1910 13,041,337.21 March 7,1911 21,374,956.79 February 20, 1912 26,207,446.32 February 4,1913 $30,499,7 1 4.20 January 13,1914 29,727,922.06 March 4,1913 29,844,165.94 March 7, 1916 39.932,490.96 Dcccmbcr27, 1916 42,983,010.05 Fort Dearborn Trust & Savings Bank OFFICERS WILLIAM A. TILDEN NELSON N. LAM PERT JOHN E. 8HBA President Vice-President Vlwrresldent II. C. nOUK, Cashier. II. II. I.n.VNEIlT, Ass't Cashier Jlond Dept., B. O. MIM.lIIt, Manager. Trust Dcpt., WM. A. UKADfORD, Sccrotnry nnd Irust Officer. Hcnl Estate, Loan Dcpt., F. LINCOLN JOHNSON, Manager. It J, LEWIS. Manager Safe Deposit Vaults. Savings Department Three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts. Deposits made on or be fore the tenth of each month draw Interest from the first of that month. Real Estate Loan Department Loans to responsible borrowers at current rates on Improved real es tate In Cook County. A select list of high grade mortgages for careful Investors always on hand. Bond Department oners to Investor only such bonds as It purchases for Its own Invest ment, yielding from 4 per cent to 6 per cent. Trust Department Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, as Trusts In Corporate Bond Issues, as Transfer Agent and Registrar of Corporate Stock nnd all other Fiduciary capacities. Safe Deposit Vaults Private 8afe Deposit Boxes suitable for Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Annual rental, three dollars and upwards. CORNER MONROE AND CLARK STREETS The Wagner Letter Wc offer immediate attention to orders and inquiries in nil mar ketsWheat, Corn, Oats, Securities, Doston Coppers, Provisions, Cot ton, Cotton Seed Oil, Coffee, Clover Seed, etc. The merchant, Brain dealer and investor require knowledge of many details on which wc correspond amply. The Wagner Letters arc issued four or five times per week. The weekly contains letters that summarize juid comment on "the week" in all markets. We offer our order and correspondence departments. Our EVENING FINANCIAL LETTER gives a concise review of the New York stock market and embodies the vital financial, indus trial and corporation news. Sent free three months gratis. Special attention given to COTTON accounts. 17 T WATMCD JP PA Grain, Provision. JL-4. TT IT aVXAiaa Ufa VXe Stocki and Cotton MEMBERS New York Block Kxrlnmiie HI. I.mils Mrrclmnts Kielmnge Now York Cotton Ksehnnse New ork Produce Exchange Chimin Hoard of Trade .Mlluaukre Clinmbrr of Commerce Chicago Stock Exchange .Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce Continental and Commercial Bank Building CHICAGO, ILL. Established Thirty Years Central Trust Company of Illinois 125 W. Monroe St., Chicago Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Bonds, Real Estate Loans, Trust Business Safe Deposit Vaults Under both National and State Supervision Capital and Surplus Profits $6,000,000.00 Deposits 45,000,000.00 Illinois Trust & Savings Bank La Sail Street and Jackson Boulevard A Bank Account is an absolutely dependable friend. A Savings Account may be opened in this Bank with $1.00 or more. INTEREST AT 3 PER ANNUM Capital and Surplus. $15,700,000.00 WILL OP ON YOUR BOND JOHN McQILLEN GENERAL AQENT American Bonding Company OF BALTIMORE Present Assets: $2,640,877.54 PUBLIC OFFICIALS' BONDS, FIDELITY BONDS CONTRACTORS' BONDS and every kind of Surety Bonds used in legitimate business, also CASUALTY INSTANCE 908 BORLAND BUILDING, 181 LaSalle St., Chicago PHONE CENTRAL 4287 When Buying Real Estate First, sco that tho surround Ings of tlio property and trnns portatlon to It nro satisfactory. Second, Insist that tho seller furnish you an Abstract of Ti tle or Tltlo Guarantee 1'oltcy mode by tho Chicago Tltlo and Trust Company. If tho seller cannot furnish nn Abstract of Title or Gunr nnlco l'nllrr, do not buy. The rich Investors require this nnd you should Insist upon receiv ing tho same. Third, liavo the property conveyed to yourself and wife by Joint tenancy deed; then If either of you dla tho survivor will own the property without the troublo nnd expense of go ing through the t'robato Court. do to any good lawyer and ho will seo to It that you re celvo tho above. Chicago Title and Trust Company 69 West Washington Street Assets ctcccd $12,000,000.00 No deposits or demand liabilities Continental and Commercial National Bank of Chicago Statement of Condition at Close of Dull, nets Wednesday, December 27, 1916, RESOURCES. Tlmo Loans.. J121.977.3C3.10 Demand Loans 49,259,618.02 Acceptances . 1.987,631.84 lionilK, Securi ties, etc. ... 12,079,177.65 J1S3.303.840.C1 United States Uondn to So euro Circulation 150,000.00 Hank Premises (Equity)... 6,000,000.00 Other Ileal Kstnto 69,415.62 Customers' Liability on Let ters of Credit 3,230,917.55 Customers' Liability on Ac ceptances, ns Per Contra. 1,425,803.74 Overdrafts 39,539.41 Cash and Duo from Danks. 91,316,921.77 LIABILITIES. Capital KurplUM Undivided 1'rnllts Reserved for Taxes Circulation ..J 150,000.00 Less Amount on Hand... 0.00 Liability Credit Liability Deposits, dividual Deposits, linnks . 1287,642,433.70 21,500,000.00 8,500,000.00 4,011,553.40 356,947,35 on Letters of In- iso.ooo.no 3.3C2.0C1.72 1,425,S03.74 .9122.C21.C09.00 125,613,963.49 248,235,472.49 OFFICERS. 1287,542,433.70 aiTOIinn M. REYNOLDS President AltTIIUIt RKYNOI.DS.... Vice-President ICALPII VAN VKC1ITKN. Vice-President ALKX. ROIIHRTSON VIcc-Prosldont IIKRMAN VALni;CIC....VIco-Prcsldent JOHN C. CH AFT Vice-President .IAMKS It. CHAPMAN'.... Vice-President WILLIAM T. UIIUCKN'BII Vice-President JOHN It. WASIIUUIIN... Vice-President NATIIANIHL II. LOSCH Cashier IIARVHY C. VKRNOX....Asst. Cashier CIKOKCin It. 'SMITH Asst. Cashtor WIL1II2R IIATTKHY Asst. Cashier II. KltHKlNIC SMITH Asst. Cashier WILSON W. LAMPEIlT...Asst. Cashier DAN NORMAN Asst. Cashier OKOIlGi: A. JACKSON. ...Asst. Cashier JOHN F. CRADnnciC.MRr. Credit Dent. JOSEPl I McCUItlt ACI I Mar. Foroicn Dept. It. a. DANIELSON...Mer. Transit Dcpt. Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank CHICAGO Statement of Condition at Commence ment of Business Dec, 28, 1916. RESOURCES. Tlmo Loans (Secured by Collateral) 7,901,346.39 Demand Loans (Secured by Collateral) . . .116,507,937.57 Uimilfl nnd Se curities 8.351,120.43 Duo from Hanks 6,198,492.40 Cash 3,014,553.46 Demand Resources 34,132,123.86 $42,036,470.75 LIABILITIES. Capital J 3,000,000.00 Surplus 1,500,000.00 Undivided Prof its 943,920.18 HoHcrved for Taxes, Inter est nnd Divi dends 38S.154.36 1 5,832,074.64 Demand Do- posits S20,60l,577.3S Tlmo Deposits, 15,702,818.83 36,204,390,21 J42.030.470.76 OFFICERS. GEORGE M. REYNOLDS President joiin jay ahhott vico-Prcsidont ARTHUR REYNOLDS.... Vice-President CHARLES C. W1LLSOX Cashier FRANK II. JONES Secretary WM. P. KOPF Asst. Secretary HENRY C. OLCOTT....Mgr.nondDopt. RODERT J. HKRCOCK....Asst. Cashier ALUERT S. MARTIN Asst. Cashier The Hibernian Banking Association CHICAGO Statement of Condition at Commence. ment of Business Dec. 28, 1916. RESOURCES. Tlmo Loans $19,915,389.03 Bonds and So- Clllitloa $7,497,053.29 Demand Loans.. , 1,908,209,33 Cash nnd Duo from Uanks.... 4,209,149.56 13,614,412.18 J33,559,S01.21 LIABILITIES. Capital J 2,000,000.00 .uuu,uuu,uu C00.45S.33 611,512.311 surplus 1,000,000.00 umimueu rroma Reserved for Taxes and In terest and Dividends Domand Depos its J 4,775,712.30 Tlmo Deposits. 24,572.121.14 29,347,833.50 J33,559,801,21 OFFICERS, GEORGE M. REYNOLDS President DAVID R. LEWIS Vice-President HENRY B. CLARKE Vlco-Presldont LOUIS n. CLARKE Vlco-Presldont FREDERIC S. HEBARD Cashier EVERETT R. McFADDEN Secretary JOIIN P. V. MURPHY., Mgr. Svgs. Dent. GEOROE ALLAN Asst. Cashier THOMAS E. McGRATH....Asst. Cashier The capital stock of the Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank (S3. 000.. 000) and the capital stock of The Hibernian Banking; Association (12,000,000) are owned by tho stockholders of the Continental and Com mercial National Bank of Chicago. , Combined Deposits of these Bsnki $313,787,702.20 i "Identified with Chicago's Progress Since 1857" DEPARTMENTS BStBLBBBBS aLM TfHr COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST BOND FARM LOAN FOREIGN EXCHANGE ORSON SMITH Chsltn.i.cliKBwJ KDMUND D. HULBERT Pre.lt IKANK U. NELSON Vice-Piaidta! JOHNE. ULUNT.jr ViccPmJtat C. E, ESTES Vies-Prteidtsl K. W. THOMPSON Vke-Preidal H, G, P. DEANS. , Vke-I'rxkieat P.C. PETERSON Cl,i JOHNJ.GEDDES Amittnt Cutmr K. E. LOOM IS , Aunt CaSin LEON L, LOEHR Secretary d Trutf Officer A. LEONARD JOHNSON Auiittnl Seertitry G. F. HARDIE Mistier Bone Depertaeat THE CHARACTER OF THIS BANK IS REFLECTED IN THE PERSONNEL OF ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS FRANK II. ARMSTRONG Pre.!J. Re!d, Murdoch Compeer SfeftSS'SF E.&SJifLfcY ' AltorntraadCspitsart HENRYJROWELL President Quiler O.U C-epssr 5...X!vL"P.Gl ..Chlrmn Chlcato ftt Northweitem Rsllwtf Compaejr ERMUND JL. HULBERT IWiet CHAUNCEYKEEP.... TruiteeM.rA.tlReIdEM.te C.V.HAMSCOKMICK Pretident nterntiol H.rrNt.1 Co-.r SEYMOUR MORRIS Tnmee L. Z. Leit.r EmM i Compear rtontVSoa htjenliol mi- ..-.. ........... . . i,.., ..BERT A. SPRAGUE, li Preiidenl Spr.tue. W.rner e Comp.er HOMER A STILLWELL . Preifdent Butler BrodTer. MOSES J. WENTWORTH Ctpirebl lOHNSRyNNELLS.... Pre.ideet Pullm.a Corr. ft?rXD..llr.R.Y,EKSON ChslrniSBJe.pliT.RTern?! WhJN.G. ?HEDD Preildeat M.nhtll Held & Coraia Capital and Surplus $10,000,000 112 West Adams Street CHICAGO t,l SSHSrfAW' WE invite you to make this institution your banking home and we will be much pleased to receive a personal call if you conteroolate any sort of change in your banking connections. This is primarily a commercial bank, organized in 1869, which has maintained its own integrity and individuality. We appreciate our friends. Capital and Surplus. $3,000,000.00 Deposits about ?30,000,000.00 TRIBUNE BUILDING MADISON AND DEARBORN STREETS Capital and Surplus, One Million Dollars OFFICERS , Win. C. Cummings, President Merrill W. Tilden, Vice-President Hurry P. Gates, Ass't Cashier Charles Fernnld, Vice-President Dale E. Chsmberlin, Ass't Cashier Frederick N. Mercer, Cashier George A. Malcolm, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Averill Tilden Win. C. Cummlngs L. B. Patterson Bryan G. Tight) John Fletcher Charles Fernnld Merrill W. Tilden H. J. Aaron First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds DENOMINATIONS $ 100.00 $ 500.00 $1,000.00 $5,000.00 Raaarvatlona Mada for Futura Dallvary Graham fe Sons BANKERS Etebl.ahe4 U37 659-661 West Madison Street NorthWestern Trust and Savings Bank Milwaukee Ave. and Division St. Resources $6,000,000 A BANK OF STRENGTH CHARACTER and RELIABILITY