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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY JUNE 17 1909
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t cONVICTED BANKER
IS RELEASED
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CHARLES MORSE WILL BE FRE
FOUR MONTHS
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Ball Bond For 125000 Signed by
Twenty Wealthy Friends Who
Volunteered Services
New York City June 1GCharlcs
W Morse convicted banker was
released on ball today pending
the taking up of his appeal In tho
Lnited States circuit court of appeal
next October For nearly four month
Morse will be free At the end of that
time the court of appeals either wil
order a new trial or affirm the ser
once of fifteen years imprisonment
Imposed upon the former Ice king in
vovember of last year
The bail bond for 125000 wa
signed by twenty wealthy friends c
Ir Morse who volunteered for this
service several months ago Morsi
quit the custody of the United States
marshal shortly before G oclock
I am very glad for thjs he sal1
to the little group of friends who
gathered about him in the fedora
building to offer their congratulations
And I have a busy four months be
fore me I am going straight to mj
homo and take care of myself and of
ray wife There Is a little planning tc
be done and we expect to go to the
country for a short time until I can
think it all out Then 1 shall get back
here and climb into tho harness to pull
all the tangled threads together
again I
The order of tho court admitting I
Morso to ball came as something ol
a surprise to his wife and friends
when It was handed down today The
havo been working for his release
since the early part of tho year but
there has been no Indication that a re
sponse to their petitions would be giv
en at once
Morses release came largely
through the activity of twentyfive of
his friends who petitioned the court
In May saying that they believed In
his Innocence and were ready to be
come responsible upon a ball bond for
an indefinite sum Tho signors In
elude Frank A Munsoy Augustus Van
Sri ck John D Crlmmons Oaklelgh
Osborne and other prominent New
York hankers and business men
The courts order today was as fol
flows
flowsIn
In view of tho magnitude of the
record and tho number and Intricacy
of the questions presented In this ap
rral the proper consideration of which
rhIil require extended examination we
order and direct that the defendant
be enlarged upon ball until the sec
I ond Monday In October upon filing a
hail bond in the sum of 125000 exe
cuted by responsible persons who
I shall state that they have not received
I and will not receive indemnity The
bond to he conditioned that tine defend
ant shall not leave the United States
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PAST COMMANDER
ANSWERS LAST CALL
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I Colonel F M Sterrett of Salt Lake
executive director of tho fortythird na
I tional encampment of tho G A R
has received word of the death at his
home In Toledo 0 of General John
S Kountz past commanderInchief
of the Grand Army of the Republic
and Known throughout tho country as
the historic Drummer Boy of Shiloh
General Kountz answered the last roll
call at 130 oclock on the morning of
June 11 Colonel Sterrett who was
a warm personal friend of the late
general sent the following message of
condolence to the sorrowing family
J More than half a million comrades
IK In arms are mourning tho loss of your
Jy father the historic Drummer Boy of
Shiloh Ho and wo anticipated so
r much at this encampment He was
a brave and good man Our most ten
der sympathy is extended to his tam
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BANK STATEMENT
REPORT
Made to the Secretary of Seato of the
State of Utah of the Condition of
THE OGDEN SAVINGS BANK
Located at Ogden In the County of
Weber State of Utah at the close
of Business on the 8th Day of
i June 1909
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Mr RESOURCES
Loans and discounts 7770C75
Bonds Stocks Certificates
etc 17153925
Real estate 4357500
Duo from National Banks 18701455
Due from Stato Banks and
Bankers 4726178
j Current Expenses and Taxes
paid 110135
fife
h Total Xf 118879808
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LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid In 7500000
Surplus fund 2500000
Undivided profits 4083409
Dividends unpaid COO
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t V Savings Dep Int at 4 per
cent 101195859
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1 Total 11S879SCS
State of Utah County of Weber
r Chas H Barton being first duly
nworn according to law deposes and
says that he Is the Cashier of the
above named bank that tho above and
foregoing report contains a full true
f7 and correct statement of the condition
of the said bank at the close of busi
ness on the eighth day of June 1909
1 CHAS H BARTON
Correct Attest
JOHN WATSON
ADAM PATTERSON
GEO H TRIBE Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
I this 14th day of Juno 1909
I JAMES F BURTON
Seal Notary Public
1 My commission expires March 23
i 1913 Stato of Utah Office of the Secre
tory of Slate
I C S TINGEY Secretary of Stato
I of the State of Utah do hereby certi
g fy that the foregoing Is a full true and
correct copy of the statement of tho
above named company filed In my of
tq fice this iCUi day of June 1909
C S TINGEY
Seal Secretary of State
I
Ily Good bye John until we meet
again
Miss Kathleen Shannon offlcl
stenographer for the fortythird en
campment Is a niece of Past Con
manderlnChlef Kountz
BIG POSSIBILITIES
IN CONSOLIDATE
Salt Lakb June 1GThree more
shipments will be made this month at
the Bingham Central Standard pro
erty In Bingham canyon thus makln
five cars of ore from the property and
placing It on a paying basis A car core
ore was last week taken out of the
Saginaw tunnel and another car wa
taken from the Jeff Davis tunnel Tho
returns netted the company after do
ducting the freight and smelting
charges an average of 1000 a car
The company is now preparing tv
make a shipment from the Mountali
Mayd tunnel which Is the newest
workings This shipment will b
ready in a week or ten days and It 18
declared will be equally as good
grade of ore as that taken from the
other ono bodies In the property
Meetings of the BIngham Centra
and tho Blngham Standard companie
were held Saturday at which It was
voted to change the articles of incor
poration of the company so as to con
solidate with the BIngham Metal
company With this accomplished on <
of the finest mining properties ir
BIngham will be on its way to extcn
slvo development
It Is declared by persons intcrestet
In these properties that It Is hard tc
realize the vast possibilities of the
plans ahead of the company It is as
serted by persons who should be In a I
position to know that some of the
strongest financial men in the countrj
are behind the deal and that the de
tails of the plan being worked out will
be a great surprise to many
It is understood that ono of the bit
things that tho company will do is
tho extending of tho tunnel through
the mountain from Carrs Fork to the
Tooele smelter At present tho tun >
nel Is In 3000 feet and it would re
quire but a few thousand feet more
to reach the other side The tunnel
will be equipped for electrical haul
age and will practically moan that a
new railroad will invade the canyon
Besides this there has been some
I talk of the Mascotle tunnel becoming
connected with the new venture The
Muscotte tunnel will not only be used
by the Ohio Copper but In time by
the BIngham Mines and several oth
er mines on the Dalton and Lark side
of the mountain Then the tunnel will
also In time extend north to the
Utah Copper Consolidated properties
Although many believe that It is im J
possible it seems that it is inevitable
Should the tunnel ever extend across
the canyon it would mean only a short
uprIse to meet the tunnel that is to
be sent through the mountain by the
Bingham Central Standard The pos
sibilities of this happening Is only a
surmise yet it would mean that the
great fortune making mountains of
BIngham would be closer together and
tho production from this great canyon
would be greatly enhanced
With the proposed consolidation
ahead of tho Bingham Central Stand
ard giving it 500 acres of mineral
land close in to tho richest mines in
the district and the possibilities of the
proposed tunnel being used by many
other mines of the district It appears
that there will be big things happening
in the canyon this year
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Board of Trustees of the Utah
School for the Deaf and the Blind de
sires separate bids upon tho remodel
ing of the Main Building the comple
tion of the Annex Building the com
pletion of the Boiler House and tho
installation of the Webster system in
the Hospital Building according to
plans and specifications on file In the
office of F C Woods C Co architects
First National Bank Building Ogden
Utah Bids will bo opened at the
school nt 1000 a m June 19th 1909
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check of five per cent of the
amount of bid
FRANK M DRIGGSSuperintendcnt
NotoTho time for tho opening of
the above bids has been extended to
Tuesday Juno 22ud 1909 at 5 p m
MAUDE ADAMS WHO IS TO GIVE
AN OPEN AIR PERFRMANCE ON
THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN IN
HER ROLE OF PETER PAN FOR
THE BENEFIT OF CHARITY
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Washington Juno 1GMuch Inter
est attaches to the coming open air
performance on the White House
lawn Maude Adams will appear In
the role of Peter Pan in tho play ol
that name before the presidents fam
ily and other notable personages for
the benefit of charity
O S L EXCURSION TO SALT
Lako City every Sunday 100 round
trip Eight dally trains to and from
tho Capital
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True Tale
My daughter gave ur an awful
scaro the other day said a caller re
cently She went away for a visit ID
Now York And she sent a telegram
from her first stop My wifo was
afraid to open It We had visions of
train wrecks sudden Illness and all
sorts of things And what do you
think the message said This
I forgot to toll you dont eat up all
the strawberry tam while I am gone
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Sylvan Park
Nov Under New
Management
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WATCH FINK SMELTER I
MAKE COPPER MATTE
Salt Lake June 1C During the
forepart of the week a number of
guests of Samuel Newhouse from New
York City Honduras and Norway
were given a peep at the Fink smelter
at Arthur near Garfield where the
temporary plant is continuing in the
experimental work that Its Inventor
Edward Fink has outlined The men
Ito
who visited this plant wore surprised
to see Boston Consolidated concen
trates fed into the furnace and without
the use of a flux produce almost sim
ultaneously a copper matte SO per cent
pure The matte drawn off was of as I
A I L C i G
Every yes dmiY 9 1fl1lur day and
Safiurday IEven ng
I > Jlt i Clitouo iv > 1 EIiSI
fine a quality as ono would want an
eminent metalluriglst declared
It Is understood that during the lat
ter part of this week a demonstration
will be made before a party of scien
tists engineers and motalluriglsts
This will be for the production of blis
ter copper and from past exhibitions
there Is no doubt of the ultimate suc
cess of the operation
A prominent smelter man In discuss
ing the matter this morning declared
that he believes that the plant has
now demonstrated to an absolute cer
tainty the feasibility of the process
At present It Is understood that the
plant Is working without a hitch al
though it Is merely a temporary one
Tho mechanical devices have not been
put in with the degree of permanency
that is necessary for continued produc
tion it is said For that reason there
have been delays and other things In
a mechanical way that needed atten
tion
In the production of blister copper It
is said that many things have neces
sarily had to be figured out tried
Improved und then worked out again
At present everything at the plant Is
said to be running to a nicety
A permanent plant could be con
structed with a better degree of satis
faction than that which is now being
tmrl it Is said that enough has been I
learned of the requirements of the
The Best Music at
All Times
DADDY GAYMON
Manager
plant and all other things to make It
perfect Although those moat closely
Interested in the plant have little to
say above what can be accomplished
it Is understood that there Is now lit
tle doubt but what the plant will ac
complish all that was expected and
more
THE PLACE TO SPEND A HAPPY
day Lagoon 50c round trip Salt
Lake Ogden Ry
MAN PERISHES ON DESERT
FROM HUNGER ANDTHIRST
El Centro Cal Tune 1GThe first
victim of the deadly heat and drought
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of the desert for the present year
was discovered yesterday by R M
Morgan while returning to his ranch
from the Superstition mountains
when ho found the body of an uniden
tified white man who evidently had
perished from hunger and thirst Thc
victim had been dead for days The
man apparently had undertaken to
walk across the desert
O S L EXCURSION TO UTAH
and Idaho points north Saturday June
19th Cheap round trip rates Long
limits returning Ask agents for par
ticulars
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