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s THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 191ft
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Comet A19JO I
HAS DISAPPEARED
But Our Stock of Ladies
Wearing Apparel is Too I
LongWE MUST OUT IT
IN HALF
375 Long Kimonos 326
350 Long Kimonos 295
300 Long Kimonos 260
250 Long Kimonos 196
Ladies Fleece Lined Vests I
and Pants 50 values 39c I
Childrens Fleece Lined
Stockings pair 15c
8 00 10 12 hats 375
I The
fiJ e ffl Wykes Co
2335 WASHINGTON AVE
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RANDoM I
RFNCSJ
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Plenty of hard coal at Lewis Coal
Yard Phono 119
Rica vs RiceThe case of Rice vs
Rice IB not yet ended notwithstanding
tho fact that Judge Howell ordered
a night session yesterday evening tho
case was not ended but was contin
ued until tomorrow The evidence Is
rot all In one witness bailing from
Promontory having failed to reach I
this city in time
B G Butter Is elegant useful
ness
Holding Court at MorganAll is
quiet In the court chambers today
Judge Howell being at Morgan where
he Is sitting In n contested election
case
Say Good bread is mailing a hit
our sales have doubled In the last six
days Ask your grocer for Wardc
good bread
RIcheys Demurrer Walter Richer
has filed a demurrer In the case of
RIchcy VR Norman Stark claiming
that the complaint does not stale facts
sufficient to constitute a cause of no
tion against the defendant
Tho New Way of Eating Relish
ing wholesome time savor No disap
pointment Charles Cafeteria
Inttano Boy Was Violent Doput
Sheriff Tom Burke who accompanied
Herbert Ford Insane to Provo yes
terday afternoon experienced some lit
tJo trouble with his charge The boy
became somewhat violent nnd strin
gent measures wore restorted to to ef
fect his subjugation
Mrs 0 E Lee Hair Goods 2002
Washington
From Soda Springe B D Whit
man a Soda Springs sheepman Is so
journing in the city Ho will leave
shortly for California
Ladles who can wear uraall shoes
I
will find most unuuual bargains at I
the Shoo Dept of Wrights storetho
recent sal has left many pairs of
highclass shoes sizes 2 J2 10 4
In A B C and D widths which are
now offered at 195
Repairing Power LineD C Brown
I of Provo and six assistants arc in the
city repairing TOllurido Power com
pany lines south of the city The re
cent windstorm did little damage In
this vicinity says Mr Brown but
at Farralngton flvo mllos of lino was
badly wrecked Poles Insulators and
pins were badly damaged Tho party
leaves this afternoon for Farmington
High grade fancy apples at whole
sale prices Phone CC7 K
N J Austnd proprietor of the Hy
rum Creamery at Hyrum Is visiting
M
relatives here Ho states that the
creamery business In hla section of
the state Is growing steadily
I
i Read Tho Smlthonlun ad
I j Going to Rock Springs Mrs John I
i Cunningham and children after a
wi I three years residence here will
leave Ogden tomorrow morning for
I Rock Springs Wyo at which place
t Mr Cunningham Is employed In tho
J j coal mines
Yes We are going right ahead ro I
4 t modeling and manufacturing good
b I things to oat Watch our windows for I
special candy sale for 30 days Wards
l Both phones 279
I t Bancroft Goco Through W H Ban
croft general manager of tho South
1 ern Pacific paused through Ogdon this
morning from tho north on route to
Salt Lake While north Mr Ban
crofts private cur was disabled by
reason of having struck an obstruc
tion at a coal chute
The Virginia choice rooms for
rent
Treaourers ReportThe county
treasurer has filed MB regular month
ly report which shows as he says a
very fair average All warrants are
being paid In fall and tho best condi
tion reported In probably twenty
years Tho report In full Is not yet
1fl tm
OracleIsis G obe
THE COUBRI8 DWARFS
At tho GLOBE this wool shows these
little people In a procession of their
tiny pony carriages and In their fancy
dances and foals of strength and skill
A unique feature In Moving Pictures
THE ADVENTURESS
At the GLOBE a picture of real dra
matic merit an adaptation from an ac
tual occurrence In an KogllRb railway
tarriago
THE NAVAL PARADE
At the ISIS this week Is a scenic pic
ture not soon forgotten Because of
Jts historic interest every school child
In Ogden should BOO IU Tho view
of the parade In the picture is
oven hotter than was given many
thousands of people who lined the
river banks
CANDY MATINEE FOR THE CHIL
DREN SATURDAY AFTERNOON
VE ARE HAVING ANOTHER BIG
SUPPLY OF OPERA BARS MADE I
n
r fully prepared hut shows a balance
on band of 23GSS60 The disburse
ments amounted to 813121 and the
outstanding taxes are approximately
30000
The best of food prepared by a first
class chef Charles Cafeteria
Small Suite CommencedIn the civ
il division of tho municipal court this
morning R L Polk 8 Co commenced
an notion against W H Drapplc to re
cover 16 alloged to bo due on a con
tract The WatsonTanner Clothing
company Is suing P A Herdti for
10 GO claimed to be duo on an ac
count Fred Hopped Son has com
menced suit against C Whlpple to
recover 65 alleged to be due on an
account F 0 King han begun n civil
nctolu against the Ogden Rapid
Transit company for 1810 claimed to
lo due for services rendered
COAL Call up Parker S Co Tor
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Government Inspected meat and
pure food only at Charles Cafoterln
Coal call up Parkor S Co for
rates on lump nut and Black
For Sale Ola newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
For SaleOld newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
WORKIN6 ON
rUE LAKE
CUI = OFF
One hundred and fifty men consti
tuting four work crews arc today
working to repair the damage done to
the Ogden Lucin cut otf by this weeks
storm
Two steam shovels each with a dip
ping capacity of five yards tho big
gest in the world will rush the work
to completion
A whole mountain of rock Just west
of the lake furnishes nil the stone
necessary Drilling by air and blast
Ing by electricity is going on all the
time not only now but all the time
The Southern Pacific company has
established a rule of keeping from
two to three hundred gravel cars
loaded as an additional safeguard
against trouble such as hampered traf
fic this week Unless at least one
hundred and fifty cars arc already
loaded the work blasting and load
Ing goes on both day and night
The waters of Great Salt lake are
now higher than for many years
Since 1005 the lake has risen fully
five feet the rise having been steady
VACOS ASKS
FOR A NEW
TRIAL I
Attorneys King King of Salt
Lake made application yesterday
evening for a new trial in the ease of
I
the state vs Nick Vacos claiming er
rors In the ruling of the court and
subsequent instructions to the Jury
I
It is specially claimed that a
chango of Judge and change of venue
both of which were denied should I
have been granted
UTAH MAN PLEASED
WITH THE CILA VALLEY
The Thatcher Times says Mr Al
bert Malan Is a new arrival In our
beautiful valley HB home has been
In Ogden Utah He arrived here the
early part of this week coming di
rect from Ulah which he says was
covered with eight inches of snow
Sleighing was fine nnd tho weather
bitter cold Ho was simply astonish
ed to find summer weather and sun
shine here He Is so pleased with
conditions here and the future outlook
that he expects to return sell out In
Ogden and bring his family to make
his home In the Gllla valley
Mr Malan Is a contractor for con
crete work Ho is at the homo of
Mr Jesse Murphy at Safford and is
at present engaged In building the
new vault In tho Citizens bank at
Thatcher
ACTION DEFERRED ON BIDS
FOR STATE GRAZING LANDS
The state board of land commis
sioners did not complete the work of
tabulating tho bids for leasing state
lands Inside the forest reserves for
grazing purposes Thursday and will
take the matter up again at a meet
Ing to be held later in the month
There arc about 150 bids ranging
from 10 to 02 cents an acre and It Is
more of a job getting them in shape
than tho hoard anticipated
There arc 40000 acres of land
which tho stato will lease and It is
estimated that under the bids now In I
hand the state will receive at least
u000 thin year for leases This Is I
an Increase of 4200 over tho amount
received last year when the lands
woro handled by tho forestry depart I
ment and the slato received only a I
portion of the rental of tho same
POULTRY ASSOCIATION
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Salt Lake Feb 10ftlctrp for the
year wore elected by the Utah Stuto
Poultry association nt the annual
meeting held at the Commerlclal club
Thursday evening Reports of the
officers for the year showed a most
successful season and a good balance
In tho treasury The officers elected
were
James M Adams president D Dun
can first copresident J W Has
lam second vicepresident E Larson
of Ogden vice president for Weber
county j H Snider of American Fork
vice president for Utah county Fred
crick Bergen vlco president for Davis
county and Albert Smith vice pres
ident for Cacho county T II Cart
wrjght treasurer and C J Sander
secretary were reelected The new
nxecutlve committee consists of G W
Smith A II Vogeler L C Duncan
and Dr C G Plummer
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SEVEN MEN
WERE VERY
IiUN6RY
SO THEY MADE A FINE MULLI
GAN STEW
Then the Officers Happened Along and
Conveyed the Seven to JallA
Sad Sad Story
In the criminal division of tho Mu
nicipal court this morning seven men
wero arraigned on the charge of vag
randy each pleading not guilty Spec
al Officer Shumaker of the Southern
Pacific Railway company and Officer
Vance of the police force lestllled
that the men had been arrested In the
dopot yards last evening while In tho
act of cooking their supper They
were stationed under a canvas that
had been spread In the yards and
were using railroad coal for their
stew Tho officers stated that the
men could not give a satisfactory ac I
counting of themselves and that they
had no visible means of support
Each of tho defendants testified In
his own behalf nnd each had an ex
cuse for being In the railroad yards
at tho limo of the arrest They all
told the story of Just being ready to
got out of the city to look for work
Most of them were on their way to
Lakeside where they said they un
d rAtoo there was a chance to get
work They also stated that they
were not overflush with means somo
of them though having as much as I
S cents and It became necessary for
them to club together In order to
raise enough money to provide a big
feed before starting on the cold jour
ley across the cutoff
They all were very pronounced re 1
garding their intentions of going west
after work and they felt It was quite
an Injustice for the officers to ruth
essly arrest thorn and take them
from their meal
Officer Vance stated however that
when he saw t hey really had a big
feed prepared he permitted them to
finish their meal before taking them
to tho station This the officer stat
ed he did as a matter of economy for
tho city
The court observed that it was a
pretty good sized crowd for the city
to take care of unless there was an
absolute necessity for IL It was or
dered that tho chief of police Inquire
into the real condition of the men
and If it should be deemed advisable
a suspended sentence would be pass
ed upon them The names given by
the offenders were F C Hannon
Frank Thomas James McCuno Joe
Sherman Frank Adams William Dil
lon and P Milligan
Ola Williams a colored woman was
arraigned before the judge on the
charge of vagrancy She pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to pay a
fine of 10 or serve time in the city
jail for ten days She was taken back
to tho cell where sho spent last
nlsht
Benjamin Brown pleaded guilty to
the charge of mendicancy and was
sentenced to servo ten days In jaJl or
pay a fine of 10 Ben not having tho
ready cash to pay the fine was taken
to the bastlle
Charles Camp was drunk yesterday
and ho did not deny It when confront
ed by oye wItnesses to the act Ho
W S sentenced to pay a fine of 5 or
The open hearing given today to
serve five days in jail
STREETER IS
MELD ON
BOND
HE MADE AN ATTACK ON MRS
A C RILEY
Mrs Riley Uood a Cup of Hot Water
and the Coffee Pot on
Streeter
The troubles between Mrs A C
Riley nnd George C Streeter that
aroso over the question of rent In one
of Streeters houses In Stuart Lane
on January 19th were given to tho
Municipal Judge this morning and
Streeter was bound over to await the
action of tho district court his bond
being fixed at 500
Strcoter was charged in a com
plaint sworn to by Mrs Riley with
an assault with a deadly weapon with
Intent to do great bodily harm Tho
testimony given In the hearing halo
out the allegations tho court stating
at tho conclusion of the same that It
appeared to him that the of Con so
charged had been committed and that
It was very probable that the defend
ant had committed It
Mrs Riley tho complainant tosll
fled that on the 19th of January Mr
Slrccotor came to her apartments In
a house owned by Mr Streeter he
living In the upstairs part of the
building and she being his tenant
He began to ply his trade as a car
penter She said ho had moved a
large work bench into the front room
of her part of the house and began
sharpening tools and making all sorts
of noises with chisels and hammers
Streetor however had previously ad
vised her to pay tho rent or got out
The witness stated that site was ill
at the time and that sho could not
stand the noise Sho told Mr Street
cr that If he did not leave her apart
ments she would do something to him
that he would not like He told her
to go ahead with whatever she had In
mind At this Mrs Riley said she
arose from her bed and proceeded to
the front room where Streeter was
doing the hammering On her way to
tho front room Mrs Riley said she
armed herself with a cup of hot wator
that she poured from the teakettle
Sho threw the hot water at the de
fendant and threw It with the ex
press purpose of scalding him Ho
duoked however and the water
was wasted on the floor Mr Streeter
made a dive at hor with a sharp chis
el striking her In time back of tho
bead Inflicting an ugly scalp wound
He also struck her on the left hand
with the chisel whore a slight cut
was inflicted Mrs Rlley staled also
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SATURDAY HOSE SALE II
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Extraordinary Sale 01 Womens
Mens and Misses Sample Hose
I
WORTH 35c 50c and 60c + 20e I
Your Choice
+ + + + + + + + v + + + + +
a pair
I LAST 1 TUOMAS
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that in the melee she succeeded In 1
getting hold of the coffee pot striating
Streeter across the nose with
ing Mr I
it
Blanche Whitaker Nellie Riley and
EfflG Stewart young ladles who were
at the house at the time testified to I
the same facts corroborating the
statements of Mrs Rlley The Riley i
girl who Is a daughter of Mrs Rile j
said that she tried to help her mother I
hack
er by whipping Slrceter over tho
Shcr tried to make him let her mother
alono but he would not defllsL The
other girls stated that they became
frightened at the blood and ran j
away for holp
Thomas Nerden and his son and
John Stevens and Al Bailey testified
that they wore called to the scene
of the trouble and that Mr Nerdcn
grabbed the arm of Streoter as he
was again In the act of striking Mrs
Riley with the chisel They knew
nothing of the hot water episode but
they saw the coffee pot upon the floor
evidently aftcr1t had been used by
Mrs Riley
Dr Osgood testified that he walled
upon Mrs Riley and dressed her
wounds on the night in question The
doctor stated that the woman suffer
od quite an ugly cut across the scalp
and that her left hand was also cuL
When he reached the house Mrs Riley
was covered with blood and her hair I
was matted with It He said that she
was also covered with ashes and dirt
Tho defendant did not offer call
mony
J
CORRE CTION BOARD MAKES
ITS ANNUAL REPORT
According to the report of the state
board of corrections which was filed
with Governor Spry Thursday there
were lOG prisoners received at tho 1
state prison In the year ending Novem
ber 30 1909 There are now 271
prisoners In that Institution and there
were 172 discharged last year two
of whom were United States prison
ers The dally average In the prison was
2S3 as compared with 252 for the pre
vious year Of the prisoners re
ceived in the year 147 are first lorm
prisoners IS secondterm and 1 a
thirdterm man
White prisoners number 133 col
ored 9 Japanese 1 and Mexican 1
Of tho 106 prisoners 17 are under
20 years of ago 78 betweon 20 and 30
years 48 between 30 and 40 years
11 between 40 and 50 years 9 be
tween 50 and 60 years and 3 over 60
years
The new prisoners arc serving sen
tences as follows For less than a
year 25 between one and three yearn
SO threo to flvo years 23 five to
ten years 14 ten to twenty years
U twenty to thirty years 3 One Is
for life two await trial one the death
sentence and two wore returned from
parole
The prisoners came from the var
ious counties of the state as fol
lows Beaver 1 Box Elder 13
Cache 5 Carbon 2 Davis 2 Grand
1 Emory C Iron 1 Juab C Millard
1 Morgan 1 Rich 2 Salt Lake 61
Summit 3 Sovler 2 San Juan 1
Tooole 4 Ulntah 3 Utah 12 Weber
31 Wasatch 3
Attempted murder 1 assault with
deadly weapon 4 adultery 4 at
tempted rapo 1 attempted robbery f
burglary In second degree 25 third
degree burglary 50 carnal knowl
edge 2 crime against nature 2 em
bezzlement 3 forgery 15 felony 3
grand larceny 25 mayhem 2 mur
der In first degree 2 neglecting to
provide for minor children 1 obtain
ing money by also pretenses 1 poly
gamy 1 robber 11 returned from
parole 1 selling liquor to Indians
4 safekeeping 2 ohmtury man
slaughter 1 robbery and grand lar
cony 1
Only twentysix of tho 1909 prison
ers arc given are natives of Utah Il
linois is represented with 14 New
York 15 and Ohio 15 The others
are scattered over the other states
with ono or two each
Eight prisoners are serving life sen
tence and one Is under the death pen
alty
In occupations before conviction the
1909 list shows fortyeight laborers
twentytwo farmers and thirteen min
ors with the occupations of tho rest
well distributed
Financial Side
The financial aide of the report
shows that of the appropriation or
21888550 for tho two years 1909 and
1910 there has icon drawn 12fi626S9
leaving a balance of 92 < n9 hi
Tho prison library has now 151C
books 18G having been purchased In
1009 and 107 destroyed
The prison poultry yard lied 275
chickens 13 turkcne and C4 geese on
band
In the year 204 pounds of chickens
I were killed with 90 pounds of geese
and 37 pounds of turkey The yard
fw
Shetland Ponies Monkey and I
Dogs For the CHILDREN fi
MATINEE TOMORROW at the
ORPUEUM
OJ
lOc 15c and 25c
f r = 77 or 1lII Et 01
W
I produced 998 dozen hen eggs and 28
dozen goose eggs I
I The dairy produced 18500 gallons of
I milk of which 1612 gallons were sold
I
and 1562 gallons used at the prison
I
There were manufactured 5183 12
pounds of butter of which 4322 pounds
were sold and 801 12 used at the I
institution
COOPERA AliVE
SOCiETY iN
SALTLiKE
I To cope with the high cost of llv
liig the Commonweal Industrial com
pany will be organized with a capital
ization of 250000 which will operate
retail cooperative stores In every part
of Salt Luke
This Is the result of tho delibera
tions of the commercial committee re
cently appointed at a mass meeting of
citizens in Salt Lake to organize a
campaign against tho high price ol
foodstuffs It is the claim of tho or
gnnlzers that their plan on a coop
oratlvo basis will eliminate the heavy
profits that are said to be dragged
down to the discomfiture of the con
sumer
The plan generally Is to sell 25000
shares of stock In the scheme at 10
a share anyone being allowed to buy
Voting will be on the membership In
stead of stock plan so as to avoid
monopoly No proxies will be allowed
In addition there will be withdraw
able funds In shares of 10 each car
I rying dividends but just such an
amount of these shares will be Issued
as the directors find necessary They
will be transferable and may be with
drawn at the pleasure of the direct
ors Tho profits of the business after
paying expenses and creating a re
serve fund will be divided Into three
parts Thirtytin per cent of the
profits will be paid In stock as share
holders and w Itiulraw able shares
Fifty per cent will be paid to stock
holders in proportion to the amount
of their prospective purchases and
seventeen per cent will be paid to
nonmembers of the company In pro
portion to the amount or their pur
chases
Heavy Consumer Benefits
In other words when a man whose
trade has amounted to 100 Is re
munerated he will got ten times tho
amount given the man who trades
to the extent of 10 regardless of how
much more money lie has Invested In
the company and this also means that
shareholders who are also customers
of the stores will receive 83 per cent
of the profits When a dividend check
goes to a nonstockholder he will bo
Informed that If he had been a stock
holder his dividend on his purchases
would have been 66 per cent larger
There will be fifteen directors and
in order to prevent rings or
cliques 10 per cent of the stock
holders may call a meeting and oust
an undesirable director at any time
There will be advisory grievance and
Arbitration committees composed of
board members The directors will
elect a president vicepresident treas
urer and secretary Those compose
tho executive board whose duties will
be set out In tho bylaws They will
have complete control of the busi
ness Articles of Incorporation will bo
filed say the organizers of the
scheme and they believe that the
cost of living will be materially re
duced Established stores In all parts
of the city will be taken In so as to
avoid long hauls of supplies Share
holders select the board of dlroolor
BO that all classes may bo repre
sented I
To Endorse Plan Monday
The decision was reached last night I
at a meeting in F B Scotts office In I
the Eagle block Tho commercial
committee has accepted nnd approved
the plan and the general committee
will meet Monday night In the base
ment of Unity hall to Indo rue It Later
tho mass meeting will also take ac
tion
The subcommittee of the commer
cial committee which evolved the
plan Is composed of E J Daughters
R V H Hanson F B Scott W D
Hubbard P J Donahue and S B
Wood
The committee decided upon the
j plan after Interviewing business and
working men As soon as the subscrip
tion lists are opened the originators
expect from 2500 to 3000 subscrip
tions Subscription books will ho
opened at the banks which will act
as agencies and will retain the funds
until tho amount subscribed reaches
tho point required to do business
MISTLETOE DANGEROUS TO
TREES IN TEXAS FORESTS
Washington Fob iTh American
mistletoe a paraslle plant In danger
ous not only to American girls at
Christmas time but to trees In some
I section of tho country particularly In
Texas according to a report to tho
department of agriculture by Professor
I William L Bray formerly a special
agent In the office on investigations of
forest patlmlogy
Speaking generally says Profes
sor Bray mistletoe Is held In rather
high regard regard exerywhere be
cause of Its inherently liitoresllng
mode of life because of tho tradition
al historic atmosphere which Infests
tho original mistletoe of Europe and
because of Its desirability for the
above and other reasons as a docor
utlvo Christmas shrub
The fact that it Is a parasite Im
plies a possible injury to the tree upon
i which It grows but again speaking
generally the Injury Is regarded as
comparatively slight and moro than
offset by tho feeling of regard for
the parasite Among the people who
ace It rarely and especially among
those living in northern cities who
purchase siriall sprigs or bunches of
It at a good price for Christmas dec
oration the Idea of mistletoe being I
a harmful parasite on trees Is quite
lost sight of
Nevertheless there are localities In
which mistletoe becomes so abundant
upon trees and so harmful to them as
to make the control of It or Its ex
termination a serious practical ques
tion This notably the case In parts I
of Texas
I
FARMER NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE HIGH PRICES I
I
Washington Fob Declaring the
fanner to he the last person consid
ered In any conflict In which the ng
rlculturallst Is Involved Senator Mc
umber of North Dakota today de
livered a speech In the senate to dem
onstrate that the farmers woro not re
colvlng a fair share of the high prices
which food products command
He said bills such as had been pre
sented in the house for the removal
of duties on farm articles were equiv
alent to an effort to establish a legis
lative boycott against the tiller of
the soil This boycott was always to
be expected when food prices Increas
ed ho said nut the discrimination
would not always continuo for the tlmo
was rapidly approaching when the
armor would receive proper compen
nation for his labor
Contrasting the prices received by
the farmer with those paid by the con
sumer he said that n fouryearold
steer which III North Dakota would
bring 70 would sell for 2500 when
retailed nt senate restaurant steak
pricesenough io buy half a farm
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OLD MEN ARE BEING
DROPPED FROM PAYROLL
Los Angeles Cal Feb IApplr
plying tho Oalcr theory to the public
service Street Superintendent Law
mado It known today that more than
twenty members of bin clerical force
who arc past sixty years old would be
dropped from the payroll nt the end
of this month It Is understood that
the retirement of aged employea will
extend to other departments
BANK STATEMENTS
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
At Ogden in tho State of Utah at the
close of business January 31 1910
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts60172822
Overdrafts secured and
unsecured 5SS301
U S Bonds to secure circu
lation 5000000
Bonds securities etc 39253C3
Banking house furniture
and Ihcturos 1150000
Other real estate owned 2L500 Oa
Duo from Nation
al banks not
reserve agents 10C7178
Due from State
1 and private
banks and
bankers trust
companies and
savings banks S33389
Duo from ap
proved reserve
agents 11024830
Exchanges for
clearing house G4510G
Notes of other na
tional banks 185000
Fractional paper
currency nick
els and cents 98035
Lawful money
reserve in bank
viz I
Specie 2180252
Legaltender
notes 179700 IGSOlMy J
Redemption fund
with US treas
urer 6per cent
of circulation 250000
Total 90045915
LIABILITIES t
Capital stock
paid In 100000 OH
Surplus fund 50000u
Undivided profits less ex t
penses and taxes paid 1839710
National bank notes out t
slundlng 5UOOOOO t
Due to other National n
ns
tional banks 5 292750 s
Duo to Stato
and private t
banks and
bankers 39G9Sin
Dividends unpaid 3900
Individual depos
its subject to
check 43G07606
Demand certifi
cates of deposit 4565806
rime certificates
of deposit 92191CG
Certified checks 150
Cashiers checks
outstanding 882529 C520C273
Total 900Hjbj
State of Utah County of Wober as
I R1 MOVES Cashier of the
nbovcnaniad bank do solemnly 811r
that the above statement Is tine to tiu
best of my knowledge and belief
R A MOVES CiBhlor
Subscribed nrd sworn to before E8
this 3rd day of February 1910
W G EMLEY
Seal Notary Public
CORRECT Attest
A R HEVWOOD
A G FELL
3 S HOUTZ
Directors

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