Thatcher Brothers Banking Company Logan, Utah.
February 4, 1909.
Hon. David Eccles,
Dear Mr. Eccles:—
I read with much interest your letter of the lst instant addressed to Judge Budge with reference to his letter to you and to myself. It seems to me that after getting that letter he would feel to apologize as humbly to you as he did to me the next day after you were here.
I accepted his apology and he endorsed his check and receipted for the same. I then told him that if he wanted the stock that I would get him whatever he required even if the bank had to let him have it, and that it wasn't a matter of bank stock that we were trying to corral, but it was acting in entirely good faith and in the interest of those interested.
I secured six shares that were at Richmond for sale and have turned them over to him and his brothers Arthur and Dr. T. B. Budge, and they said they would like to get $1000.00, hence if you cared to let them have an additional $400.00 you could make out two shares to T. B. Budge and two shares to Alfred Budge and have Mr. Hendricks send them to me and I can arrange to deliver them. I think the Judge feels that he made a great mistake and that he extremely unwise to say the least. Had i written such Thatcher Brothers Banking Company Logan, Utah.
letters I would give almost any price to get them back.
I certainly appreciate the way you have talked to him. They are my sentiments exactly. With kind regards, Yours truly, H. E. Hatch
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