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The Spokane woman. [volume] (Spokane, Wash.) 1921-1935, September 05, 1929, Image 13

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Spokane
Woman
Kant Skid Chain Company
Makes Friends in Spokane
One of the big displays in the Spo
kane Interstate Fair this vear which
i of special interest to Spokane pro
ple is that of the Kant Skid Chuain
Company, This company has of
nees in the Standard Stock Exchange
Building, under the supervision of 1.
' Bibb, J. €. Clarke, and E. C. Spol
man,
The company is placing on the mar
ket what they believe is the pooer ot
all automobile and truck chains, The
chain is more than just a~slight help
to motorists and” track. mem—as its
UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE
EXAMINATION
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces the follow
ing open competitive examination
POLICKWOMAN
Applications for policewomun
must be on file with the Civil Ser
vice Commission at Washington,
D. €, not later than September 24,
The examination ilsß to fill vacan
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organizations for com
mittees and board meet
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date from 12 to 20
By calling at or tele
phoning to the Safe De
posit Department ap
pointments may be
made.
. The
Old National Bank
& Union Trust Co.
of Spokane
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Specialists in the underwriting of high-grade min
ing securities affording opportunity for ground
floor participation in succssful minirg .
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409-10-11-12 Standard Stock Exchange Building
Spokane, Washington
FINAMCIAL
performance as a non-skid chain s
perfect. It eliminates all skidding,
erabbing and jarring which the okl
style chain was noted tor. It also is
casy on the tires and gives more miles
per gallon of gas, it makes riding on
chain a not unpleasant experience,
The chain has met with instant
favor with both dealers and automo
hile owners. The company has so
many orders for fall delivery that it
= necessary that another plant bhe
opened.
cies in the Metropolitan Police De
partment, Washington, D. C.
The entrance salary is 1800 o
vear. After a yvear of satistactory
service, the employees are ad
vanted to class 2 at SI9OO a year,
and after 3 yvears to class 3 at S2IOO
a year. They are then eligible for
promotion to the grade of sargeants
at 82400 a year as vacancies oceur.
SUN LIFE
ASSURANCE
COMPANY
OF CANADA
5 )
PER CENT
Spokane Branch
1023 W. Riverside Ave.
Ak St
Important moves affecting financial structures of
spokane and Inland Empire institutions were an
nounced in Spokane last week. The first being the
tormation of the Old National corporation with «
capitalization of $10,000,000 to acquire ownership of
the Old National Bank and Union Trust Company
of Spokane, the First National Trust and Savings
Bank of Spokane, successors to the Fidelity Na
tional bank, and a group of banks of the Pacitic
Northwest and intermountain territory for whica
options of purchase have already been obtained.
The list of banks to be acquired by the new cor
poration will be announced later, according to .
W. Twohy, chairman of the Old National Bank.
On top of this announcement comes the report
that the United National corporation, a $27,000,000
Pacitic Northwest investment holding company, has
purchased a substantial stock interést in Ferris &
Hardgrove, investment bankers of this city with
offices also in Seattle and Portland.
“The United National corporation has taken an
important place In the financial life of the entire
Pacitic Northwest,” said Joel E. Ferris, president ot
Ferris & Hardgrove. “The corporation owns the
entire capital stock of this company, both in Spo
kane and Portland and also has extensive interests
in northwest banks, investment trusts and real es
tate pronerties.”
The third is the taking over of the City National
bank building by the Wall Street bank interests.
A holding company will be formed hy Ralph
Perry, president of the Wall Street Bank and as
sociates to own the building, and this company will
lease the building to the Wall Street Bank, whici
will operate it. The Pacific Mortgage company, of
which Mr, Perry iz vice president and general man
ager, will be moved to the basement of the building
and have charge of the safety deposit vaults,
“Since taking over the Wall Street Bank a few
weeks ago, deposits have grown from $320,000 to
SH0,000," Mr. Perry said.
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I'o-Day
All funds placed with
“FIDELITY SAVINGS”
before 5 o'clock today, September fifth,
will receive a full four month’s dividend
on January first.
Since 1907 S7O i
§ on Savings
» RESOURCES $5,500,000 |
$225,000.00 RESERVE
ACCOUNTS $1 to SSOOO INVITED
tOAN jSSQBIATION
N 108 HOWARD ST
Woman has
a Plare in
Finanre”

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