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ireat Lake Trust Company 110 South Dearborn Street CHICAGO Condensed Statement, Close of Business, March 31st, 1921 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts..... $ M'SSiMI Bonds and Securities !'!!;; a Stock of Federal Reserve Bank..; 10?'5S2ei Furniture and Fixtures , 4H2ri Customers' Liability Under Letters of Credit qao Interest Earned, but Not Collected , Cash and Due from Banks ; 1,916,540.56 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Undivided Profits $103,051.34 Discount Collected Prior to Maturity.- 46,485.24 J12,734,885.6i .$ 3,000,000.00 600,000.00 Reserved for Interest and Taxes Rediscounts with. Federal Reserve Bank. Liability Under Letters of Credit Deposits 149,536.58 18,789.65 060,000.00 8,229.00 898,330.44 J12.734.885.67 OFFICERS ' HARRY II. MERRICK. President. , j -VALLEB O. APPEL, Secretary and JAMES C JOHNSON. Vice-President. If. Trust Officer. nna JOHN W. THOMAS. Vice-President. r,Tj WILLIAM F. ROBERTS. Mgr. Bond RAYMOND R. PHELPS, Vice-President. A J .Dept. mr . CHARLES C. WILLSON, Vice-President. v,NATHAN G. CHATTERTON, Mgr. For WILLIAM A. NICOL. Cashier. V.jfi ein Dept. rTrr,mtI,T ,c' EVERETT L. AUGUSTUS, Asst. Cashier. !TILLIE S. FRANKENTHAL. Manager F. MARVIN AUSTIN. Asst. Cashier.. Special Service Dept. DIRECTORS B. F. AFFLECK, President Universal rj. C. PADDOCK, Cashier The Merchants Portland Cement Co., Chicago. M and Illinois National Bank, Peoria. 111. F. L. BATEMAN. President Trans-Con- if 1 HENRY PAULMAN, President H. Paul tinental Freight Co., Chicago. ft man & Co. ecrCo KM?11111, PrCSldent I RAYMOND R. PHELPS, Vice-President. JOSEPH BYFIELD, President Hotel t-' DAVID B. PIERSEN, Vice-President Sherman Co., Chicago. 15 Stephens-Adamson Mfg. Co., Aurora, A. A. CRANE, Vice-President The First H 111. . , . . National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn. t FRANK W. RENWTCK, President Chi JOSEPH B. EDWARDS, President Kel- cago Gravel Co., Chicago. logg Switchboard and Supply Co., Chi- f, JOHN t rresiuu cago. SAMUEL M. HASTINGS, President Com puting Scale Co. of America. Chicago. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Vice-President. EDWARD R. LITSINGER. Litsinger, Healy & Reid, Chicago. HARRY H. MERRICK, President. JOHN S. -MILLER. Attorney, Chicago. H. H. OGDEN, President The First Na- ; tional Bank. Muskogee, Okla. j WILLIAM A. NICOL, Cashier. f. OTTO E. OSTHOFF, Vice-President H. S western Trust and Savings Bank. 1 Chicago. GEORGE H. TAYLOR. Real Estate. Chi- I ' cago. t'' JOHN W. THOMAS, Vice-President. L. M. VILES, President The Buda Co., I CHARLES C. WILLSON. Vice-President. W. A. YAGER, President Arms Palace Horse Car Co., Chicago. JOSEPH I. ZOOK, Vice-President-Treasurer Herendeen Milling Company, Chi M. Byllesby & Co., Chicago MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM CENTURY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK S. W. Comer State and Adams Streets JOHN W. FOWLER, President ALMER COE, Vice-President E. B. KXUDT80N, Vice-President CHA3. R. CORBETT, Vice-President W. G. DAHL, Cashier W. C. KOERITZ, Asst. Cashier J. E. MIEDING, Asst. Cashier Handles Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals. 3 Interest on Savings Accounts Safe Deposit Boxes $3.00 per year Banking Hours 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. Saturday " 9 A. AL to 12 M. A STATE BANK UNDER STATE SUPERVISION Telephone Majestic 7547 W lldema Company STOCKS BONDS 30 North La Salle Street CHICAGO PHONE STATE 8949 Bankers' Audit & Appraisal Company INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS and APPRAISERS 105 West Monroe Street CHICAGO, ILL. ALTE RATIONS NOW BEING MADE ON OUR NEW HOME DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM OUR PRESENT LOCATION TO SERVE BETTER OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS .Reliance State Bank Madison and Ogden J. G. TILLIS & CO. 401-2 First National Bank CHICAGO, ILL. TELEPHONE RANDOLPH 1485 Get our booklet Safety in Oil ROYALTIES STOCKS BONDS "of the people, for the people" The Peoples Trust & Savings Bank of Chicago Has increased its paid in capital to $1,000,000 and its surplus to $500,000 An added safe-guard for the funds of its savings and commercial depos itors. 15 savings plans to suit any purse. Our by-the-month con vertible savings bond plan has been called "The Fastest Safe Way to Save." Full information gladly given on request. CHICAGO'S LAKE FRONT BANK Michigan Blvd. at Washington St. Earle H. Reynolds, President 7 With Safety , YOUR MONEY will earn 7 SAFELY if invested in Madison & Kedzie first mortgage bonds. Thesebonds are issued in denominations of $100, $500 and $1,000, and can be purchased on partial payments if desired. Call, tele phone or write for complete information. MADISON & KEDZIE STATE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Telephone Kedzie 3980 Open All Day Saturdays to 8 P. M. Tuesday Evenings 6 to 8 IN THE HUB OF CHICAGO Every Banking Service Whether you are looking for investments, a bank for your savings or checking account, or to leave your estate matters in .trust, this institution is fully equipped to handle your business. Every banking service you need can be transacted here. Our Officers Are at Your Service CHICAGO TRUST COMPANY State and Madison Streets OFFICERS Lucius Teter, President C. W. Blackwell, Assistant Cashier John W. O'Leary. Vice-President Willard F. Hopkins. Secretary Edward P. Bailey, Vice-President W. T. Anderson, Assistant Secretary John A. McCormick, Vice-President Roy K. Thomas. Trust Officer P. O. Birney, Vice-President J. W. Marshall, Manager Bond Dept. C. H. Fox, Vice-President Arthur B. Cody) Managers Real Ls- Frederic S. Pope, Cashier Hiram S. Cody J tate Loan Dept. Max Steiner, Assistant Cashier D. D. Kleder Security Service Satisfaction SECURITY BANK aOF CHICAGO: Milwaukee Ave. and Carpenter St. THIS STRONG BANK SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Open Monday and Saturday Until 8 P. M. f HITS BOARD OF TRADE Federation of Labor Goes After Chicago Institution. Abolition of "Gambling in Futures" Urged as Means of Lower ing H. C. of L. Mercantile Trust and Savings Bank OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Corner Jackson Boulevard and Clinton Street Statement of Condition at the Close of Business March 31st, 1921 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4,184,523.89 Bonds, Securities, etc.... 228,052.89 U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 191,500.00 Due from Bank, Cash and Exchange 1,086,734.80 Overdrafts . 484.89 Customers Liability on Letters of Credit.., 3,500.00 $5,694,796.47 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 400,000.00 Surplus 112,500.00 Undivided Profits 99,610.20 Reserved for Taxes, Interest, etc 52,239.22 Bills Payable to Federal Reserve Bank..u v 75,000.00 Liability on Letters of Credit 3,500.00 DEPOSITS i 4,951,947.05 $5,694,796.47 OFFICERS FREDERICK H. RAWSON. Chairman of the Board HARRY N. GRUT, President WM. W. FARRELL, Vice-President H. H. BRETTMAN, Ass't Cashier J. E. O'SHAUGHNESST. Cashier B. H. RUBENZIK, Ass't Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS CALDWELL HARRY N. GRUT Treasurer H.W Caldwell and Son President 17th and Western Ave. C. G. BURNHAM RICHARD J. COLLINS Vice-President C. B. & Q. R. R. Co. The Fulton Street Wholesale Market Co. Jackson Blvd. and Clinton St. 84AFUB DICKkCt FREDERICK H. RAWSON Pres'ient A. B. Dick Company Chairman of the Board 736 W. Jackson Blvd. Also President Union Trunt Company A. D. DORMAN E A RUSSELL President Steel Sales Corporation Vice-President Otis Elevator Company l??rS?55Thc.Je5SreOT?? Jackson Blvd. and Jefferson St. MILTON S. FLORSHEIM President The Florsheim Shoe Co. JF131??, STRAUSS Adams and Clinton Sts. President Meyer & Co. s DAVID B. GANN Adams and Green Sts. Attorney HARRY A. WHEELER Borland Block Vice-President Union Trust Company HYDE PARK'S CLEARING HOUSE Hyde Park State Bank 53rd Street and Lake Park Ave. , (Opposite new I. C. Depot) The only Federal Reserve Bank between 39th and 63rd Streets, east of Cottage Grove Avenue. John A. Carroll, President Daniel A. Peirce, Vice President Matthew A. Harmon, Vice President Oliver H. Tramblay, Cashier Melville P. Maltby, Asst. Cashier Chas. E. Ward, Asst. Cashier Denver, Colo June 23. Abolition of "gambling in grain futures on the Chicago board of trade," establish ment of co-operative producers and consumers organizations, and gov ernment regulation of corporations and monopolies were urged by the convention of the American Federa tion of Labor as a means to combat the high cost of living. In urging the abolition of "gam bling in futures" and "unnecessary reconsignments and brokerage opera tions," the resolution said there "are too many turnovers between the pro ducer and consumer, which ultimate ly increase the cost of living." The work of the federal trade com mission was commended and congress was urged to provide funds for in vestigation of all industries and pub lication of statistics showing the cost of production and marketing of all staple commodities. "If the people," the declaration said, "were in full possession of all the facts of costs of distribution and the profits made on the necessaries of life public opinion would have a powerful effect in reducing price and there would be no necessity of pros ecution under the Sherman antitrust law." The convention went on record against legislation fixing the wages of workers. GREET ROTARIANS IN LONDON Lord Mayor and Officials Welcome United States Delegates. London, June 23. American dele gates who were present at the ses sions of the international conference of Ilotary clubs held in Glasgow last week were officially received by the lord mayor of London and corporation officials at Guild hall here. The mayor warmly welcomed the visitors and the reply of the Americans was made by Ralph Cummings of Lancaster, Pa., first international vice president. A. J. Balfour, lord president of the coun cil and former secretary of the state for foreign affairs, addressed the Americans at a dinner. U. S. POLO TEAM WINS CUP America Regains Possession of Inter national Trophy by Defeating Great Britain 10 to 6. Ilurlingham Polo Field, London, June 23. America regained possession of the international polo trophy, de feating Great Britain in the second match, 10 to 0, and winning the series, two matches to none. Chief "Standing Buffalo" Dies. Itegina, Sask., June 23. The death of "Standing Buffalo," chief of the In dian band located on the Sioux reserve I at Fort Qu'Appelle, was reported here. "Standing Buffalo" who was seventy five years old, participated in the Cus ter massacre, afterward fleeing to Canada. "Identified toitti Chicago's Progress Since 18S7" DEPARTMENTS COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST BOND FARM LOA.N FOREIGNXXCHANQE JOHN J.MITCHEU. OtnurfBwJ fcJJMUND U. HULBHKT FRANK G. NELSON. JOHN E. BLUNT. Jr V- C E. ESTES VWrri I F. W. THOMPSON H.G.P. DEANS P C- PETERSON Cmwkim JOHN J.GEJDOES. A-in Cmim F. E.LOOMIS A tlCW A. F. PITHF.R Amm QMkWr LEON L L0EHR SmUry m4 Treat O&mm A. LEONARD JOHNSON A-i-r Sott, G. F. HARDIE KW(r fWd DrtMt CUTHBERTC. ADAMS AmcMim Bd H. J. SAMPSON Aui.NWft Foreign Dept. BOARD OF DIRECTORS CLARENCE A. BURLEY tt nJ CpSu.t MARSHALL FIELD j- .Marfcll Field. Ciort - & Co. ERNEST A. HAM ILL Otknu Cera Each nal Bmk HALE HOLDEN PrulaW. Citato. Burllnctoa & Qumcy R.R U MARVIN HUGHITT Ouirmaa Ckica fc Nortfawaatar Rila.y Caapur EDMUND D. HJJLBERT t CHAUNCEY KEEP. . Truu Mar.k.11 FitW Eatstt CYRUS H. MeCORMICK CUirmaa httarrational HimherCaaetaf JOHN J. MITCHELL CWinnaa of BmA SEYMOUR MORRIS Treats L Z. Lr Et JOHN S. RUNNELLS ?raiknt PulWa. Gaapj EDWARD L. RYERSON Chairman Jf4 T. Rrrsea S JOHN G. SHEDD Pro.dit MmU FiaW Canpuy ORSON SMITH Chairman of AcMaary ComaittaM JAMES P. SOPER Praaident Sopcr LnU Can a ALBERT A. SPRACUE CKakmaa Smi Waraar at Caaapaar Capital and Surplus $15,000,000 ' 112 Wet JLUms Strt CHICAGO Mechanics and Traders State Bank a Washington Boulevard and Desplaines Street Member Federal Reserve System Savings Department Open Saturday Evenings Until 7:30 P. M. Three Per Cent Interest Paid Depositors in January and July TRANSFER YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY DIRECTORS HENRY GAINER WM. T. ABBOTT Vice-President. Central Trust Company of Illinois CALVIN F. CRAIG . President WM. R. DAWES Vice-President, Central Trust Company of Illinois H. M. DEAVITT Consulting: Chemist, The Rookery C B. SCOVILLE Real Estate, Oak Park and Chicago Gainer & Kohler Furniture 1209 Milwaukee Ave. C. T. OZMUN President Chicago Mat Board Co. 666 W. Washington Boulevard S. A. RHODES S. A. Rhodes Mfg. Co. 101 North Jefferson Street THOS. J. WEBB President Puhl-Webb Co. THE MARKETS Grain, Provisions, Etc. Chicago, June 22, 1321. Wheat Open. High. Low. Close. July $1.30 -2S $1.31 $L29 $1.30?i Sept 1.2C-24Va 1.241A 1.23 L24 Corn June ...... .63 ...... ...... .63 July 64U- .(AV2 .64 .64 Sept 65- H .652 .64Ta .65 Dec 62Vi .63?i .62 .631i Oats- July 33 .29 .3S"8 .29 Sept 40-?4-41 .41 .40y2- .41 Dec 43 - ,43a .42 .42 Rye- July 1.21 1.22 1.21 1.22 Sept 1.10 1.11 1.09 1.10 FLOUR Hard spring wheat Short pat ent, $5.60S.S0; special mill brands in 9S lb. cotton sacks, $3.759; warehouse de livery, $9.25. Soft winter wheat Short patents, $7.85(gS.10; hard winter, $S.40 8.63. Rye flour White patent, $3.5028.75: dark, $6(06.25. HAY No. 1 timothy, $2123; standard and No. 1 light clover, $19Q21; No. 2 timothy and No. 1 clover mixed, $1S19; No. 3 timothy, $15Q17. BUTTER Creamery, extras, 91 score. 33c; higher scoring commands a premi um; firsts, 91 score, 32c; SS-90 score, 2S 31c; seconds, S3-S7 score, 221x27c; centra lized, 32c; ladles, 2023c; packing stock, 16S17c. Price to retail trade: Extra tubs, 36c; prints, 3Sc. EGGS Fresh firsts, 24325c; ordinary firsts, 2122c; miscellaneous lots, 22 23c; extras, packed In whitewood cases, city candled, 32Ci33c; checks, lSSDc; dirties, 19'g2012c; storage extras, 26 26c. x LIVE POULTRY Turkeys, 30c; fowls, 27c; broilers, 4042c; roosters, 16c; ducks, 25c; spring ducks, 28c; geese, 15c; spring geese, 23c. ICED POULTRY Turkeys, 2530c; fowls, 26537c; roosters, 15 16c. NEW POTATOES Per bulk, 100 lbs. northern round, white, 500c. POTATOES Packed and 100 lbs.. Tri umphs, $2.252.50. ONIONS $l1.50 per crate. CATTLE Prime steers $S9.10; good to choice steers, $78.50; fair to good steers, $6.257.25; yearlings, fair to choice, $7 9.25; feeding steers, $6XO8.15; heifers, $5 8.50; cows, good to choice, $57; fair to good cows, $4g5; canners, $22.60; cut ters. $2.754; bologna bulls, $4Q4.75; calves, $S10.25. HOGS Choice light butchers. $3.60 8.80; medium weight butchers, $S.E0S.75; heavy butchers, 270(5:325 lbs., $S.40S.7ft; fair to fancy light, $8.358.80; heavy pack ing, $S8.45; rough packing, $7.75(38.10; pigs, $7.508.50. ' SHEEP Native lambs, $1013; western lambs, $10.5013; cull lambs, $6.509; year lings. $610; wethers, $35.75; ewes, $25. The Hood Tires and Tubes are the best on the market. Try them with quick service at Casazza Brothers, Distributors, 165 "West Illinois Street. Phone, State 7053. The Brevoort Hotel main restau rant is famed for its excellence and its display of the highest type of hospitality. Judge Frank Johnston, Jr., is mak ing a fine record on the circuit Court 626 West Randolph Street OFFICERS CALVIN P. CRAIG. President A. B. WALTERSIIAUSEN. Asst. Cashier WM. R. DAWES. Vice-President RUDOLPH G. HAD. Aat. Caahler WARRINGTON D. McEVOY, Secretary NorthWestern Trust and Savings Bank Milwaukee Ave. and Division St Resources . $20,000,000 A BANK OF STRENGTH CHARACTER and RELIABILITY A Safe Place For Your Savings More Than 50,000 Persons Deposit Their Savings in This Old Strong Bank Established in 1879 Your Account is Invited STATE BANK OF CHICAGO LA SALLE AND WASHINGTON STREETS MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM RESOURCES OVER $50,000,000 "Tho' You Save But Small Amounts '77 Regularity That Counts" We Pay SPOT CASH for LIBERTY BONDS We Handle Foreign Exchange AND German Municipal Bonds O. RUETER & COMPANY MEMBER Chicago Real Eatate Board ' Cook County Real Estata Board Chicago Association Commerce Phone State 7124-7125 Ground Floor, 124 N. Wells St. The Human Repair Shop employs a course of baths and massage which correct ailments of the digestive organs and the nervous system. the DEHKEN SYSTEM (INCORPORATED 17 North Wabash Avenue 502 SHOPS BUILDING TELEPHONE CENTRAL 2396 Our massage parlor is the largest and most luxurious in the cityi ' bench. .