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4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY IO 1A Y AUGUST 1 1910
FOSTER CHILD SUES SUESFOR SUEST
FOR PART T OF ESTATE ESTATEUlterior ESTATEI
I Ulterior Motives Imputed to toMrs tpMrs toMrs
Mrs Maty a G Gage by Mrs MrsLoogacre MrsLoacre
7 7L
Loacrecrag Loogacre Loogacrehe L cre cre110I
110I I crag FIdIt Pap Paphe Papehe
he did not t legally adopt her er and aa > d to topay toay toFay
pay ay to her onethird tb etproperty of Mr Kfans Kfansproperty Xlarg Xlargproperty
property
Provide Far Her Hermade HerThe HerThe
The fester ddId Of Ofclares EdieottKde EdieottKdeclares
clares that may years qo Kr XIII XIIImade King Kingmade < <
made a will m la which be definitely dMu tely pro prosided JIIOTided
Tided for her Mrs In Gage and andbrother her Illerbrotbel herbrother
brother are accused atf < u td by Mrs LongJ LongJwith x Lsugaere Lsugaerewith caere caerewith
with having pri jumuadiJ sated III their father to todestroy tede8troy todestroy
destroy his h first will and prepare prepareanother pnpareanother prepareanother
another Under the second will which whichprovided wbJchprovide whichprovided
provided that the property be distributed distributedto
to the same persons as would have havetaken ha ha1aktD havetaken
taken aad received them the under 111III < < the laws lawsof Ia Iaof lawsof
of the District of Columbia if I hud died diedintestate diedintestate diedintestate
intestate the property was wa administer administered a tMer tMerEd ¬
ed to the two children the only heirsat heirsatJaw beil8t1a heirsatlaw
Jaw 1a w besides the wife Mrs JIb Sarah King KJogirbo Kingwho K c cwho
who since mnCe has died diedThfe diedThis diedThis
This to asked on the grounds that al although although although ¬
though no legal papers were signed In hithe Inthe inThe
the adoption of Mrs Longacre the thefoster tbefoster thefoster
foster father implied a contract to care carefor caretor tarefor
for her The young woman also dedared de declared 4Iedared ¬ I
dared that she was reared as a bloodchild Mood Moodchild DIo04cblJd
child of Mr Ki King KiD < < that he insisted Ia8 Ited upon uponher uponner uponbearing
her bearing his name and would at no none DOne nome
ne allow her to take steps to tolts become becomeselfsupporting becomeselfsupporting
selfsupporting lts on the ground that he hewould lieWould bewould
would provide for her future futureBelieving tutureBElIevtJaC futureBelieving I
Believing in this ti II she 8bemade declare she shemade shemade
made no effort to gam gain a commercial commercialeducation C01IIerdaIeducation commercialeducation
education but remained relD re ed at home at atrequest his hisrequest hisrequest
request cared for him and observed observedhfs obeerveclnl8 observedhls
hfs wisnes = and that she to entitled tv tvan tuan teran I
an equity in hi his wealth wealthWife wealthWife wealthWife
Wife of f CtebiaanAccording Ciataaaa CiataaaaAccording aaMaa1LAccording
According to Mrs n Longacre Longacrefoster her JIerfoster herfoster
foster sister to the wife of Clinton CttetonGage CtiateaGage ClintonGage
Gage a wealthy tlay clubman and lawyer lawyerof
of Philadelphia Mr Gage Ga < < e she sassreprtaeats says saysrepresents 8Q1Ireproeata
represents the interests of the Duke DukeMoro DteMoro llakehioro
Moro de More of t England who mate matetains maIDtalos maletabs
tabs a ava3t vast stock farm t and estate estatekflown e estateknown tate tateknown
known as The Dulse at Villa Nova NovaFa NovaPa NovaPa
Pa where some of the finest blooded bloodedbreeding 1tIoodedbreediDg bidedbreeding
breeding cattle in the States are bred bredAssociated bredAssociated bredAssociated
Associated with Mr lr Gage m b the man management JDaDs8Emeat management ¬
agement of the estate are the Dukes Dukesnephews Dukenpbewa Dukesnephews
nephews Moro oro Philip and Fred Philip PbIIiiIIr Phii PhiiMr PhilipMr
Mr Ir Gage Ga < < c who formerly was a repre reprottentattve representative repre1entatlve ¬
sentative of B F Keith of the theiIe vande vandeand vaudevile
vile iIe circuit is reported w c by f wealthyand wealthy wealthyand
and the owner of real estate m Oak OakLane OakLane OakLane
Lane and Villa Nova Pa PaMrs PaMrs FeMrs
Mrs Longacres story to set forth fndetail fn fndetail II IIdftail
detail in the suit When heR she was an aninfant aajnfant aninfant
infant sixteen months old she says she shewas 8bewas shewas
was adopted by Endicott King and his hiswrite hiswife hiswife
wife Sarah H King who Is now dead deadAlthough deadAlthough deadAlthough
Although never legally adopted she dc declares dcclar dcclares ¬
clares clar that from the time Mr King KiD < < took tookher toOkhE1 tookher
her into his household as an infant she shewras SMW8 shewas
was W8 treated as Mr Kings daughter daughterMargaret dau daughterin < < htH htHin
in every respect to take the place of ofKargaret ofMargaret
Margaret KIng a child d Id who bad died 4Iedvas diedas 1 1n
vas as regarded by theIII as ODe of their tbetrown theirown
own n children and was so spoken of by bythem by1hMD bythem
them in conversation and hi Iaand writing writingand writingand
and that she bore the name Helen HelenKing HekaKing HeknKing
King at th t belt > ir request When aka wasmarried was wasmarried wasmarried
married she declares that the an announcement aaDnouncement announcenent ¬ I
nouncement cards procured ed by her herfoster Jwrfoster herfoster
foster parents announced DOUDCed her as then thendaughter uetrdaughter theirdaughter
daughter daughterNot
Not AKvwei T Ts WedWJaea Week Weekeateen orl orlWhen
When at the age < < e of seventeen eateen she shedesired 11IMdesired shedesired
desired to become selfsupporting selfsupportingshe
she declares that Mr King Xiii < < would not notallow DOtallow notallow
allow her to top pre employment emplo td tdwas and andwas andwas
was told by both 1 6 h her foster parentsthat parents parentsthat pareDtatltat
that if sae ae would remain with them themas theIRas themas
as a daughter look after their com comfort comfort comfort ¬
fort and welfare they would give tve to toher toher toher
her when they died onethird on thtrd of their theirestate theirestate theirestate
estate estateThis estateThis estateThis
This offer Hr Mrs rs Longacre cre says 75 she sheaccepted sheaccepted sheaccepted
accepted and a d even remained with withthem withthem withthem
them one year after her marriage marriageand marriageand marriageand
and saw each ch of them thereafter thereafterdaily thereafterdaily thereafterdaily
daily until tie t e time of their death deathThat deathThat deathThat
That she faithfully complied with withthe withthe withthe
the terms oT o the Implied contract contractthe eoatraetthe contractthe
the foster child asserts For relin relinquishing relinquishing relinquishing ¬
quishing her efforts to o fit herself to tol to1e tobe
l 1e > e selfsupporting and for having havingdevoted haYiaIdevoted havingdevoted
devoted herself entirely to the care careand care8Jld tareand
and comfort cOll ort of the late Mr lOA Kiaaand lOAand Klsgand
and his wife the foster fo ter child declares de declares declares ¬
clares she believes herself entitled entitledto
to a share in the estate estateShe estateShe estateShe
She further contends that her foster fosterparent foeterparent footerparent
parent believed that In c changing hill htewill hillWill hiswill
will h < > was In no way Jeopardising feopa feopaher
her infjrests int intEndicott intnestsEndicott i iEndicott
Endicott King Ki wig was w s well known JmowDashfngton m mWashington isWashington
Washington as a man of considerable considerablemeans COIISIderabIemeans considerablemeans
means His personal per nal estate was wascon8st1n large largeconsisting largeconsisting
consisting con8st1n of shares of f stock amounting amountingto
to nearly K a o9N 9 3e was also the own owner OWIIer owner ¬
er of considerable real estate estateWM estateWill estateWilt
WM Prettied PrettiedMr PrdeHr
Mr King KID < < died a little more MS we re than a ayear ayear ayear
year ago His wfll w willwas was recorded and andprobated aDdprobated andDrobated
probated in the District courts courtsMrs std U UXIS asMrs
Mrs Gage and Mr King were the only onlychildren 4JIIITchildren onlychildren
children and ad heirs at law a little littlemore littlemore littlemore
more than two months ago the estate estatewas fJIItateWas estatewas
was distributed and lid paid to them Mrs MrsSarah Krasarah MrsSarah
Sarah KinK wife of Xadicott JiIIdicott4l King Kmgdid Kingdid
did 4l d not long survive 1 1occurred It him aDd her Ns death deathicurred deathoccurred
occurred before the distribution of Mr MrKings Mricings Mrings
Kings ings estate so that her interest as aswidow aslB II IIIlls
Ills lB widow was sever never CaRT perfected perfectedThe perfee perfeeThe perkctedThe
The reason I have not taken legal legalsteps legslIrt legalsteps
steps Irt eps sooner said Mrs Longacre tilts thtomorning tiltsJnorniD thismorning
morning JnorniD Is to that I never dreamed dreamedthe dftuaedthe dreamedthe
the win did not in some e way provide providefor Pide Pidefor providefor
for me He was always kind and lirv lirving Ibv IbvIng HwIn
Ing In to me and was hi every way wayto a arent aparent
parent rent and Del I could have 1 been eeB DO donor doeerto
to him if I bad been his natural nat fral child childWhy ddJdWby childWhy
Why when our baby was Wa bona bonaD3med we weXo wenamed
named him Eadicott KIIIc at my r rtPt fos foster
tPt fathers request requestNo
Xo 0 t tl there were neter er any y di erencea erencealetween
l etween > us uslived Aftery After my marriage I I1ived eves eveslived
lived with him b for r more than a year jrearand yearard yearand
and after that my husband and I I113ined re reinained rei1sined
inained near If Mr r Kings Klllcshome home on Tenth Tenthand T TenthFtreet nth nthEtreet
Etreet 80 I could visit him every day daya dayand
and a nd look after his comfort comfortI
I do net t for a moment believes he hewould hewould hewould
would have 11 changed his will int form 1OIIn1ad form formlad formlad
lad he known that it was wasthe Jeopardizing
the interest he h had promised pa me In his hisestate hLtstate hisestate
estate and I rather believe that when whenhe whenhe
he 31 > redrafted his will he did so tellev Collevirg tellevno r liev lievinjr
injr no the later form would more surely surelysecure xnrelrsecure ely
secure 1 < to me my share in the theCHICAGO estate estateCHICAGO estatesCHICAGO
CHICAGO BANDITS BANDITSHOLD BANDITSIiOLD BANDITShIOLD
HOLD UP MOTORIST MOTORISTTInnetfca MOTORISTWinnett MOTORISTWinlietta
TInnetfca Man Accompanied by byTwo yTwo t tTwo
Two Women W Forced lo H Bud Budgec Hawll ad
Over gec VahMbies VeltabiesCHICAGO ValuabiesCHICAGO
l
CHICAGO Aui Aa lTwo highwaymen hJchwayaieaheld bJpwYJMIRbeJd
held up aa antoi aatamobUe obdle Ie in illfary Sberidan read nHMlH readearly
early Today and robbed w H Winter Winterron WSBcerFon
ron of Wianetka Mr WOkenon was wasaccompanied wasaccompanied wasaccompanied
accompanied by two women womenThe WGIIIeDThe womenThe
+ The two bandits Jumped front fro the theclimbed th thl1e theheavily
l1e heavily ntb shaded aide of tile street sad sadclimbed lid lidc
c climbed anon the iii luualas ed board af the themachine themachiDe themachine
machine Both dashed revolvers re < oHeis 01 and andvith ai lid lidwith d dwith
with a word to the women to keep quiet quietcommaaded qaietcomJed quietm
commaaded m W WBkcraaa W netly to hand handover JIaIIdyer banduabdm
over yer Lva hta valnabtea I IWatch uabdm may toot his hiswatch biswatch
watch and aMTeIDbc S fTellh STfrOmc
TfrOmc Tellh him to main a as outcry terr the theI themen themen B Bmen I
men Jiaiin jtlgpdd uft lime tile tileeacaped jaadaaV aad aandescaped aadescaped
escaped
i
SYLVESTER ER URGES URGESPROVED URGESIMPROVEDQUARTERS i iIMPROVED i
PROVED IMPROVEDQUARTERS IMPROVEDQUARTERSAppointment QUARTERS QUARTERSAppointment ijUARTERSAppointment
Appointment of Four Magis Magistrates Magistrates Magistrates ¬
trates Suggested Su a sted as Rem Remedy Remdy Remedy ¬
edy dy for Overcrowding Overcrowdingby
TIIat four pence mKbstrates lie ap apw appointed
pointed w whose duty It IIIIaIl 1te to bold bolddaily
daily 7 sewioes a is the reaae remedy r aqgginted aqggintedby
by 1 y Major Sylvester for the OftftSoft OftftSoftof overaowdlug
lug of tile stdoDboeeee which are cJe cJeRllbed described
scribed by tae H Health altn aDd Police De Depaneata Departments e epartmenta
partmenta as in an unsanitary itary eon eondltlon coaaWoa eoadido
dido and unit for the habitation of ofUaa ofeItber ofsitsor
eItber prisoners or pollee oOIeIak oOIeIakViiilift eftldalUsdet
Uaa Viiilift > er present pre ent eanaUfaas CIII dI it is I in inamnaa btJaamaa 1o 1ohuman
human to confine prisoners I I In Inof certain certainof
of the atatioahottsee 8ta oIIhotI8es from Saturday Saturdayuntil Sat Sat1IIIIft SatuMayus
us until ii Monday according to the official ofidalreports oftidalreJorta officialreports
reports of the captain of the theand precinct precincthave productand
and menobesg GiC the force it itto is mid midhave
have succumbed to disease by It betas betasWnfle bdIIcttteed beingftreed
ttteed to make the houses their q 4I1Oar 4I1Oart ar arters
t ters
tersWhile
While indorafaiic ludo < esg the wopaaltioa u at athoUhur et1IoIdJIu f fholdIn
hoUhur holdIn Sunday wastes or the FoHee FoHeeCowrt PwIIeecrt PolleeCourt
crt M a means of relief Major jor jorve Syl Sylsctts 971venter
ve venter ter is of tile opinion that better Je Jesuits resulta
suits would be achieved by b the appoletmes ap appotetment
1 potetment t of a mRbrat ma fetrate fetrateMsjer s sMajor
Major 1 jK Sylvesters Sybe ters View YiewThe TJeW711e ViewTbe
The subject is one which Jell JellCCIIDee materiaMy materisgyconcerns
concerns CCIIDee the weUar of eCaDd the ctUaeas ctUaeasand dtiltessand
and baa been siren attention by this thisdeoamnent tbJsdepartment tId tIddeoanmllt
department beibre beffi be re e as shown owa ty my myrecommenrtattoas DIJrecoaame m mrecomznesr1atiuiis
recommenrtattoas recoaame r1atloD to the Commiaston CommiastonI C Cen
ers said w Major Sylvester today todayAs todayAs todayAa
As time advances and aD I Itbe conditions conditionsenanxe conditionschange
change the aecesafey R U fer the improve improvement 1IDfNoyeewt Improvemoot ¬
moot ewt hi the PoUc9 Polk Court art system QBteIa180ft to ismore
wore apparent apparent t Not > ot Infrequently an atrat at atrest 1
rest Is Made after att midafeht ildat The po poHcCTnan p0Demean
Demean makin waking It is say 1eJ only required requiredto
to remain Ht < the str eto to complete his hisdntr hisdutY hisduty
dutY but must repair re aIr to the Police Policeout PolIceCean PoliceCourt
Court without relit sd perC pps with without without
out breakfast to runahi until the t e case caseis caseIs caseis
is railed railedTo calledTo
To To remedy this IIII situation fe i has hasbeen 1IasI liesbeen
been I eeIa proposed that magistrates snail
determine cases at the station houses housesevery houeeae bounceevery
every e ery morning morniD < < and evening e When Jury Jurysent JOJytrials
trials are demanded unc1e4 the cases ca es may be be8eIIt besent
sent to the Police Court which should shouldbe shouldbe shouldiced
be retained iced for this class of trials only onlynot
The salaries of the magistrates should shouldDOt shouldnot
not be less than 3401 3 3M a year In order orderthat ordertbat orderthat
that persons of undoubted legal ability abilityand abilitylid abilityand
and lid standing may be Induced to ac accept a acept accept ¬
cept the positions positionsThe positionsEhrts postionaEitorts
Ehrts U1la U1laTIle Usavain UsavainThe
The suitar sanitary y conditions of the tIIetJoa star station starfloe ¬
floe houses has II long been known by byMajor 1 bythe y ytbe
the PolIce Department Dlellt and for years 7eU1IMajorSylftJlter yearsMajor
Major MajorSylftJlter MajorSylftJlterpriation Sylvester has urged an appro appropriation appropniation ¬
priation for their 1mproe imgiu v mtnt ent L with withUafit wttboat without
oat result
rauJtUB
Unfit UB t F Fr r Oec Occupancy OccupancyTire aaey aaeyshadow My MyTIle
TIle First precinct station with theshadow the thehadDw
shadow of the PostofOce was erectedyears erected erectedyears erecteclyean
years ago KG after a foundation had been beenobtained beenobtaIIIeIl beenobtained
obtained by 1 y drivingpBes d plies Dark damp dampand darpRand p pthis
and aged this building Is unfitted for forthe lortbe forthe
the temporary confinement of personsmuch persons penDIISm1ldt i imuch
much less as a domicile for the mem members members
bers of the force fqrce f who must sleep there thereon thereon
on reserve duy TIlt beading has been beencondemned beencondemned I
condemned by the police surgeons surgeonsStrong surgeonsStrong I i iIUId
Strong and hardy men have succumbed succumbedto
to disease dI eqe by having h to make the buM baOdtas buMble buildtbeh
tas tug ther quarters quartersMalarial qtenJIaJariaI
Malarial typhoid and kindred troubles troubleshave t1OUbiesluwe troubleshave
have resulted from officers being housed bousedthere hooaedthere housedthere
there The Second Third and Fourth pre precincts prednct precincts ¬
cincts also lo come under uad the condemna condemnation CODdemnatlon condemnation ¬
tion of the Health and Police Depart Departments DepartJDeftts Departments ¬
ments the cells it Is said being un nnfltted unr unfitted
fitted for r the confinement of prisoners prisonersTi prisonersHAD
HAD SCR SCRATCHED SCRATCHEDFOR28 ITH ITHfOR
fOR FOR28 2 YEARS 1 1Till
1 1Till
Ti Till I It Got to be Second Natue NatceSlrierisg NatueSuffering HaweSuiiering
Suffering Endless and Without WithoutRelief WithoutReiiefCuticura WithoutReliefCuticura
Relief ReiiefCuticura Cuticura Made Skin Skinas
as Clear as a Babys BabysIf Bab s sIt
H If I bad known of tbe Cuticura CuticulaRemedies CuticuraBemedfes CuticurRemedle
Remedies fifty fiftyimmense years qo it would have bavesaftd havesaved
saved me two hundred dollars and an aniaamense animmense
immense amount of suffering ering My y dis disease disease I
ease psoriasis p oriasis COIDIft commenced Bced on my beadin beadin bead beadspread
in a spot DOt larger ar than a cent It Itspread Itspread
spread rapidly over my body and got gotunder lOtUDdeor gotunder
under m my nails The scales would ould drop dropoff d dof
off 0 < < of me me all the time and my m suffering sufferingwas
was endless and without relief rel rend fI smA A thou thousand tOOu3aDd thoa thoaSand ¬
sand dollars would not tempt tftDl > t ice to have haveam havethis havethie
this diet disease > 88e over richagain richagaino qaiD I am amail a poor poorman poorbut
man but feel rich to o be free freed of what whatsome what whatsome
some of the doctors called leprosy some somepsoriasis somepeoriasis seinepeoritsis
psoriasis etc I took tooksarsapsrillas
aad 541 sarsapsrillas sat > sapeatmllas overa over aNl a y ytar ear and anda I
a half but got no oure eureI U1e I cannot praise praisethe praisethe praiethe
the Cuticura Remedies too much They Theymade Tbevmade Theymade
made my skin as clear and free from fromscales fromwales I ICales
scales as a babys All I used of them themwas tbenwas j jwas
was two cakes of Cuticurat Soap three threeboxes thffeboxes threeboxes
boxes of Cuticura Ointment t and three thrrebottles thneof threebottles
bottles of Cuticura Resolvent If you youbad vouhad youhad
had been there and said you woikl wo d have havecured h8erured havecured
cured me for rO two hundred dollar doU you youwould youwould youwould
would have had the money I was wascovered wasCIOYered wascovered
covered with thescales the scales but by using
Cuticura I was soon as clear as any per person perI01 peraoti ¬
aoti son ever was This was wa < over o twentytwoyears twentytwo twentytwoago twentytwoqo
years ago and for a long time through throughforce thiou thiouforce throughforce <
force of habit I used us < I to rub my hands handsover handsover
over 01 < < my arms arms and legs to scratch but butto butto butto
to no purpose pu I was as well w n I had hadscratched bad9Cnltcbed hadscratched
scratched twentyeight tw tyftght years and it itgot itgot itgot
got to be a kinq kind of second nature to tome tome tome
me Dennis Downing Waterbury Vt VtNovember VtNovenbet VtNovember
November 27 1909 19O9CoUcvnt 1909ctInIra 1909Clniesrx
CoUcvnt Js the XWM mwosal 1 trmmrnt t for forfcSerttons foeIierUoas toriBeRbs
fcSerttons of the skin Jn sad ml rmlp Ii A oU ate of CWlccr CWlccrSoap C1ft1cUnsoap CutkwaSoap
Soap and a box of r rwumm Ointment are s ofira ofiraeoOcteat oftr1t oftruasQelest
eoOcteat t Sold fok111I1v ibrooctoout ibromboutheRorkL the ybeOI1d vorkL Po Poc1ec ierl Dreg DniIa DregCbem > i c ciCbrm
iCbrm a Owom Corr CooSoteProrsTio D So Sole l rrorslSastoa tca to sryaaed a g < HaAr4 Use trecv32pajte Use32vile
32pajte 3 Cuticura boot aa A Ast Aal rifT on the Skin 5itIDII ftisRumage
II Ru Rumage RumageaCOS rnage rnageSale
Sale Saleat
NEY at atNEY aCOS aCOSa COS COSPa
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WASHINGTON ASH1NGTONItADS ASH1NGTONItADSRESOURCES1 LEADS LEADSI LEADSIN I
IN BANK RESOURCES1 RESOURCES1I RESOURCES1Ren1arkable RESOURCES1Remarkable I
Remarkable Growth of Busi1 Busi1ness Busi Business i iness
ness Reflected by TreasuryComptrollers Treasury TreasuryComptrollers TreasuryComptrollers
Comptrollers Report Reportlast
1a as alNtnd nbsirad of c ale report rr the theJut thelast
last Mtew year eAr the Comptroller cG oller of ofthe eCtile ofthe
the Currency gives a atatemen i t fir lit ofthe of ofthe oltile
the n resources + cad aaMtttfas aMUt1 5 of the na national 11 11UoIIaI national ¬
tional banks of 0 WasntaaM W and ad shows showsthat IIIM showsthat wa watbat
that the tIaIIIdDc business of this thI city cityto dOIII cityis
to far ahead of many IJ ruler tf ter cities ct e of ofWashingtons ofWaasling c cWasblD
WasblD Washingtons DB DBfte ons class cansThe classThe
The resources of the mined COIIIMDe4I aa antkn aatk
tk tkn > nal al I banks of Washington w aggregate aggregatettS9MK ascr aggregatei9lef e eor
ttS9MK > E or f10Nf M mTtt 8a1 more than New New0rIears NewOriears ew ewOrieaes
Orieaes 9MMQW more than Louisville LouisvilleSUMMW Lo1llllYtDeb Louisville1xNtlNi
SUMMW b more than Portland Ore 13 UJGore 13NI
NI 000680 Nt1 more than Brooklyn and many manymillions manyJDilJIoDs manymishap
millions more than the national bank bankresources bankof bankresources
resources of etcher the entire State or orNew orNew ofNew
New Hampshire 1lamJl htre 1 rode 1 e Island I md South SouthCarolina SouthCaroI SouthCarolina
CaroI Carolina Ia or Floride FlorideIn
In loans and di des t wnt unts 1I i the Washmgton WIn WIntoR Washmg Waahhigton < <
ton banks show a a total of JZS4181S2 JZS4181S2which itt4l31stwhich m11Z m11Zwldela
which Is 9MOMDO IIM rare than t New Or Orleans Orlesna ¬
leans T7WOaM 1 more baA Brooklyn and andconsiderably aadoVllll andcotmdaably
considerably oVllll J I IJ more than for any r of the thefoUowteg thefoD thefollowing
following foD wlDc States Mississippi X J1 pt South SouthCarolina SouthCar9IbIa SouthCarolina
Carolina Arkansas W Wyoming and andUtah aDdU andUtah
Utah UtahSo U Utah9o
So far as capital stock to concerned concernedttat C concernedthat ill C erltell erltellU
that U at of the Washington WaahDCtoRnadoea1 national banks banksSMI baaksaare banksaggregates
SMI aggregates igates u JMM 8la8al which to greater greaterthaa PMteruu greaterthan
than that of an the banks of Florida FloridaSouth Floridab FloridaSouth
South b Carolina Montana Louisville LouisvilleMilwaibee Louis LouIIJl1leJIDw1IIree tile tileMilwaukee
Milwaukee i Seattle or Los 1 Angeles AngelesDeposits AngelesDepoedts AD < < eIee eIeeDepoeIts
Deposits In the local hanks banks according accordingto accordlnzto >
to the report amounted to CU 13IIG5I 13IIG5Iand G Gand S Sand
and in this respect they lead Louisville LouisvilleNew LouisvilleNew 111e 111eNew
New Orleans Arkansas A ADeJaware Mississippi MississippiDelaware MississippiDelaware
Delaware Vermon and New Hemp Hamjshfane H HbIre Hempshire >
shire as well as a half a dozen of the theMiddle theMiddle theMiddle
Middle Western W ern States fAatesIn StatesIn
In the Washington Vashin on banks there to a atotal atotal atotal
total surplus fund of MDIIi4i > 4 415t 8M5 undivided undividedprofits uDdlvtdedproftts undividedprofits
profits and expenses 5472J77 n7i national nationalbank natloDalbank nationalbank
bank notes outstanding ouL ndlD IS28liii S584 5 S4ISa i due dueto d dto dueto
to other national banks 2aO ± = MH due dueto dueto dueto
to State banks 41 416iOC M due to trust trustcompanies trustcompanies
companies U USW93 lOsx due to 0 approved approvedreserve approvNr approvereserve
reserve r e agents a < < eIa i2aS28H 4IJ dividends un unpaid unpaid unpaid ¬ I
paid S SlIt 314aBi X hndvidual Individual deposits II08ItJI 121 121S IJMS 1 13di
MS S g United States deposits ME 4i3 4i3bonds i 5 8 8bonds t In
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