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. ....... T ! ' .- .- . . ; " ' ' Statement of the Condition of the ereasitile Trust & Savings Bank OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS : CORNER JACKSON BLVD. AND CLINTON ST. At the Close of Business September 6th, 1921 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts. $4,370,009.20 Bonds, Securities, etc 236,130.02 U. S. Certificates of In debtedness 720,000.00 Due from Banks, Cash and Exchange 1,077,429.27 Interest Accrued, but not -Collected 18,851.31 Overdrafts 2,767.17 Customers' Liability on Letters of Credit........ ' 13,709.40 . $6,438,896,37 1 LIABILITIES Capital Stock... 400,000.00 Surplus ................... 112,500.00 Undivided Profits... 8L264.84 Interest Collected, but not Mm Earned v..-. 4o,430.63 Reserved for Taxes, Inter est and Contingencies... 79,959.47 Liability on Letters of Credit 13,709.40 DEPOSITS 5,706,032.03 $6,438,8967 OFFICERS .J IV. TO a wi4 FREDERICK H. RAWSON. . .nairrnan n vo TO W.FARRELi;. ...... ViCpVeVideir h:H. BRETTMAN.... Mt Cashier J. E. CSHAUGHNESSY Cashier B. H. RUBEJ-iZIK ABfrt vasmer President C. G. BURNHAM. Executive Vice-President C. B. & Q. R. R. Co. " O. li. CALDWELL., Treasurer H. Cald well and Son Company. RICHARD J. COLLINS, The Fulton Street Wholesale Market Co. A. B. DICK. President A. B. Dick Com pany. A. D. DORMAN, President Steel Sales Cor poration. , MILTON S. FLORSHEIM, President The Florsheim Shoe Co. ; BOARD OF DIRECTORS DAVID B. GANN, Attorney. HARRY N. GRUT, President. FREDERICK H. RAWSON. Chairman of the Board, also President Union Trust Company. E. A. RUSSELL, Vice-President Otis Eleva tor Company. -HENRY X. STRAUSS, President Meyer & HARRY A. WHEELER, Vice-President Union Trust Company. CENTURY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK S. W. Corner State and Adams Street JOHX W. rOVn.ER, President ALMER COE, Vice-President E. B. KNUDTSON, Vice-President CHAS. It. CORBETT, Vice-President W. G. DAIIL, Cashier W. C. KOEHITZ, 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.M. to 12 M. A STATE BANK UNDER STATE SUPERVISION ALTERATIONS 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 Bamk Madison and Ogden JOHN M. NAGHTEN & CO, REALTY INVESTMENTS Telephone CENTRAL 6393 MAIN OFFICES 105 South Dearborn St., CHICAGO PLUG THAT HOLE That RENT is making in your pocket by making your payments on your own home We have the buildings Cheap See us. Homestead Realty Company 127 North Dearborn Street CHICAGO, ILL. Alf X f 4. X X A PEN TO FIT EVERY HAND WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF FOUNTAIN PENS WATERMAN'S IDEAL CONKLIN'S CRESCENT FILLER SHEAFFER'S LEVER SELF-FILLER PARKER'S LUCKY CURVE WAHL TEMPOINT SELF-FILLER SWAN'S SAFETY MOORE'S NON-LEAKABLE EVERSHARP PENCILS STYLOGRAPHIC INK PENCILS WE REPAIR ALL FOUNTAIN PENS Sibleys Pen Shop 31 No. Dearborn St. Phone Dearborn 5752 Chicago, 111. "of the people. for the people"- The Peoples Trust & Savings Dank 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 ENVOY TO MEXICO? I President Said to Have Sent Agent to See Obregon. 7 With Safety YOUR MONEY will earn 7 SAFELY if invested in Madison & Kedzie first mortgage bonds. These bonds 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 39S0 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 OFFICE1CS Lucius Teter, President W. Blackwell. Assistant Cashier John W. CLeary. Vice-President Willard F. Hopkins, Secretary Edward P. Bailey, Vice-President W. T. Anderson, Assistant Secretary John A. McCormick, Vice-President Roy IC Thomas. Trust Officer F. O. Birney, Vice-President J. W. Marshall, Manager Bond Dept. C. H. Fox. Vice-President Arthur B. Cody) Managers Real Es- Frederlc S. Pope. Cashier Hiram S. Cody f tate Loan Dept. Max Steiner. Assistant Cashier L. D. Kleder Phone Racenswood 6418 Thomas R. Caspers Company XLOANS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS TAX ADJUSTMENTS BONDS BUILDERS INSURANCE SUBDIVIDERS 1744 LAWRENCE AVE. at Hermitage Avenue CHICAGO JOSEPH BYFIKLD Preaidmt W, J. ROTH Secretary and Mi FIDELITY SAFETV VA5JLTS I NCORPOR ATID BOXES $3.00 PER YEAR AND UPWARDS 116 WEST RANDOLPH ST. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ONB DOOR WEST OP THE HOTEL ftHKRMAN WILL GO ON YOUR BOND JOHN McGILLEN GENERAL AGENT American Bonding Company OF BALTIMORE The Globe pays claims by telegraph. The Globe pays claims on sight. The Globe is over a quarter of a century old. The Globe has the same management since it started. The Globe average gain is about three and one-half . times greater than the average gain of the Life Insurance Companies of the United States com bined. The Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company 431 So. Dearborn Street CHICAGO, ILL. T. F. BARRY : President, General Manager and Founder , r Elmer Dover cf Tacoma, Wash., Re ported in Republic to Negotiate Terms for U. S. Recognition. Mexico City, Oct. 6. Reports that Elmer Dover of Tacoma, Wash., for merly secretary of the Republican na tional committee, had been named per sonal representative in Mexico of President Hardinz, which were cur rent some time ago, were revived here by the newspaper Excelsior. Infor mation, "obtained with the greatest difficulty, from high Mexican sources," according to the newspaper, indicated that "overtures from the State depart ment in Washington, expected to pave the way for speedy recognition of the Obregon government by the United States, were being brought to Mexico City by Mr. Dover, who was expected to arrive here this afternoon." Mr. Dover was said to have an au tographed letter to President Obregon from Mr. Harding, this being the fourth in an important series of per sonal communications between the two executives. The Excelsior in its report gave the Impression that by instruction from President Harding, all negotiations concerning American recognition had been committed into Mr. Dover's hands. Mr. Summerlin said he had re ceived no instructions from the State department relative to Mr. Dover's visit to Mexico. "Mr. Dover has been placed in a highly important position," the Excel sior declared, "being sole intermedi aray between the national palace and Washington. He was designated by the American State department and President Obregon to be escort and financial adviser of Thomas W. La mont, who arrived here Wednesday, and who will probably be introduced to President Obregon late this week. "Private telegrams received from Mr. Dover indicate he has not only succeeded in his mission in obtaining recognition, but that in all probability he will remain here as representative of the international finance committee and take full charge of arrangements for the resumption of the payment of the Mexican foreign debt.- Present Assets: $2,640,877.54 PUBLIC OFFICIALS' BONDS, FIDELITY BONDS, CONTRACTORS' BONDS and erery kind of Surety Bonds used in legitimate business, also CASUALTY INSURANCE 908 BORLAND BUILDING, 181 LaSalle St.,Chicago PHONE CENTRAL 4237 To Avoid Refrigerator Shortage. Washington, Oct. 0. Railroad offl cials have been enlisted in a cam paign to increase the utilization of re frigerator car equipment, according to the American Railway association, in an effort to avert a possible shortage. Circulars have been sent to shippers and roads alike, urging fuller loading, speeding up of refrigerator car repairs and their exclusion from all service except that of hauling perishable commodities. Hotel to Be Named for Harding. Marion. )., Oct. G. A campaign has been started to build a hotel here to be named in honor of President Har ding. It is to cost $G0,000, will be eight stories high, and have 100 rooms. Marion is President Harding's home. Viscount Bryce Sails for Home. New York, Oct. G. Viscount Bryce, former British ambassador to the United States, and Viscountess Bryce are passengers on the steamship Adri atic, which sailed for England. THE MARKETS Grain, Provisions, Etc. Chicago, Oct. 6. Open- High- Low- Clos- Wheat ing. est. est. ing. Dec 1.144-14 I.I514 L12 1.13 May l.VJ'-.i-ISM 1.20 1.17 LlSVi Corn Oct 4Ci 45 Dec 49-4S .4 .48 .45 May 54-3-i .54 .54 .64 Oats Oct. 33 23 Dec 36-35 .56 .35 .35 May 40- .40 J30 .33 Rye Dec 93 - .93 .91 .91 May 97 .97 .95 .95 FLOUR Hard spring wheat Short pat ents, $7.60Q7.7O; special mill brands. In 9S- lb. cotton sacks. $7.758.00; warehouse de livery. SS.60&S.70. Soft winter wheat- Short patent, $G.GO;7ri.65; hard winter, $6.60 1j.70. Rye flour White patent, $5.655.70; dark, $4.104.20. HAY No. 1 timothy, 522.0024.00; No. 2 timothy and No. 1 clover mixed, J19.00 21.00; No. 3 timothy. $17.0019.00; No. 1 clover mixed, $17.00:19.00. BUTTER Creamery, extra, 92 score. 44c; higher scoring commands a premi um; firsts. 91 score, 43c; SS score, SttSSc; seconds, SS-S9 pcore, 30S2c; centralized. 3Sc; ladles, 29ft30c; packing stock, 23 24c. Prices to retail trade: Extra tubs, 47; prints, 4Jc. EGGS Fresh firsts, 3941c; ordinary firsts, 3537c; miscellaneous lots, 3S39c; extras, packed in whitewood cases, city candled, 46(g47c; hecks, 2324c; dirties, 25ff26c. LIVE POULTRY Turkeys, 36c; fowls. 23c; springs, 22c; roosters, 14c; ducks, 23c; geese, ISc. ICED POULTRY Turkeys, 4244c; fowls, 205?2T)c: roosters, 1617c; spring chickens, . 22ft23c. POTATOES Per 100 lbs., sacked, north em round white, $1.75g2,10. ONIONS $4.00ft4.75 per 100 lb. sack. CATTLE Prime steers, 59.0010.30; good to choice steers, $8.00f?iD.15; fair to good steers, $6.00fi8.10; yearlings, fair to choice. 5S.5011.15; feeding steers. 55.50'g7.15; heif ers, 54.0OffS.50; fair to good cows, 53.50 5.00; good to choice cows, 5o.00a6.50; can ners. Sl.75fT2.S5: cutters. 52.So33.73; bologna bulls, 53.25jI4.50; good to choice calves, f 510.0012.2.7: heavy calves, $6.00?i7.. HOGS Choice light butchers. S3.15'58.65; medium weight butchers. J8.10Sl65; heavy butchers. 275-325 lbs., 57. 4008.50; fair to fancy light. 57.5008.55; heavy packing, J6.60rj7.40; rough packing, 56.25S6.G0; pigs. 57.W7.75. SHEEP Native lambs, $7.00iS.75; west ern lambs.. 57.50'99.00; feeding lambs, 56.00 ?i7.35; cull lambs, 54.0Otftf.00; yearlings. T5O0'G7.00; wethers, 53.WV?i5Ji0; ewes, 5L5G3 B.00. Many people would like to see our popular County Treasurer, Patrick J. Carr, elected Mayor of Chicago. William J. Lindsay would make a good judge. Attorney General Brundage is al ways a winner. -'business and manufacturing world, would make a, good mayor of Chicafeo. I "Identified with Chicago's Progress Since 1857" DEPARTMENTS COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST BOND rAKM LOAN FOREJCN EXCHANGE J. MITCHELL .X3- ml IUJ U. HLLBtRT I 'RANK C NELSON vj- JOHN E. BLUNT. Jr CELESTES F.W. THOMPSON V H.G.P. DEANS P C. PETERSON Ciw JOHN J. GEDOES Ami Ci F. E. LOOM IS i-frnf Cuhw AF.PITWR r.Ai.i LEONL LOtHR. ScotUtv ud Tr Omm A LEONARD JOHNSON Scrtary C. F. HARD1E Mu.,. EVm1 CWutwi! CUTHBERTC ADAMS At.Mr EW CWrf.t H. J. SAMPSON Ac Muuter Force Dept. BOARD OF DIRECTORS CLARENCE A. BURLEY Attorney tixl Cprt.lUt MARSHALL FIELD MrhIl Field. Glare. U'ard & Co. ERNEST A. HAM ILL Ch.irnn Com Exchnfe Ntionl EUnk HALE H OLDEN Proliant. CWC Bwliton & guracy R. R Co. MARVIN HUGHITT CUiraiM OIch Northvottoni RuImt Cmmbf EDMUND D. HULBERT . PimSmI CHADNCEY KEEP Trwt. MfUli.U Lu CYRUS RXcCORMlCK CUimu tntntiI tWnMr Company JOHN J. MITCHELL 0.u WB-rJ JOHN S. RUNNELLS PmiaW Pullm. CPr EDWARD L. RYERSON Ck.k, Jopfc T. RywTfc 5-- QXSOH SMITH Omkmn of AaSiMry C ;Z JAMES P. SOPER. Pr-idt S U.L r-... uui a. ncrwKjajc ..KAwma opragut Wotmt it I Capital axd Surplus $15,000,000 112 Wt iauxStrnl CHICAGO North-Western 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 187? 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 Tis Regularity That Count" Do You Need Capital Are You Expanding Your Business o The expansion of a business demands two factors MEN and MONEY. Either would be of little value without the other. Without money men cannot achieve. Without men capital lies idle. THE EDWARD MILLER COMPANY having, recognized this underlying principle knows that financing an industry is but half a service. It la as important to create and supply a working organization that can wrest the greatest value from the capital invested. If your company has be-n in business for over two years and can stand a rigid investigation by our Auditing Department, our Financial Department, our Legal Department and our Engineering Department, write us in detail of your wants, v We are not interested in any other type of enterprise. The Edward Miller Company BUSINESS BUILDERS Furmshing MEN and MONEY 222 Upper Michigan Bird. ACCOUNTING Most intensive and practical spare time home study training. Taught only by prominently known practicing certified public accountants. Qualifies for cost, executive or C. P. A. in all states. Call, write or phone Randolph 3880 HOWARD TEMPLE, Registrar AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF COMMERCE 1027 First National Bank Building CHICAGO NEW YORK ST. LOUIS ROCHESTER SALT LAKE CITY LOS ANGELES MINNEAPOLIS Rational tffuseb Htgfjt iHfg. Co. Not Incorporated Franklin E. H. STRAUSS, Manager Franklin 3276 3730 Complete Lighting Equipment Most Economical Most Efficient Offices, Stores Factories, Theatres i - Residences, Dentists U Printing f Establishments l Banks, Schools atl Churches ' Lecture Halls - - : J Railroad Cars '''I -.r;;::f;r ' Street Cars DAY-LIKE 136 West Lake St., 207 Marine BIdg., CHICAGO, ILL.