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GENERAL 1KSURAHCE, 4 04 Hortliwestern Building, Mluneanolls NEWARK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY? Principal office 741-43 Broad street. Newark. I*, J. (Organized In 1811.) John J. Henry. President: Charles M. Henry, Secretary^ Attor ney to accept service in Minnesota. Insurance Commissiorer. Cash capital, $250,000. INCOMES I N 1903. Premiums other thart. perpetuals. $264,6)4.94 Bents and interest 28,134.63 Profit on ledger assets over book values ..:,..i... 682.50 From all other sources'.,\.'....-.. 287.98 Excess of income over disburse ments ASSETS DEC. SI. 1903. Value of real estate owned... Mortgage loans Bonds and stocks owned Ca^h In office and In bank Accrued intciest and tents Piemiums In course of collection $293,710.07 Total income DISBURSEMENTS IN" 1905. Amount paid for losses $98,674.81 pr* idends and interest 24,b39 50 Commissions and brokerage 57,645.02 Salaries and fees of offleers, agents and employees 29,870.41 Ta\es, fees and rents 10,141.10 All other disbursements 15,322 75 Total disbursements $2.il,493.09 Total admitted assets Assets not admitted, $783.67. LIABILITIES DEC. 31.1905. Unpaid losses and claims Reinsurance reserve Salaries, expenses, dividends and intciest due Capital stock paid up Fire losses paid Aggregate risks rltten Agsrpgate premiums lecelved 62,246.98 $75,400.00 198 390 00 4o6.020 00 28,193 79 7,847.02 28,272 67 $77 i,02W= $23,884.29 202,248 83 10,723 83 230 000 00 Total liabilities, including capital $486.858 95 Net surplus 280.166 53 UISKS, AND PREMIUMS, 1905 BUSINESS. Fire risks written during the year $32,367 902 00 Premiums received thereon 319,792.03 Net amount in force at end of the vear 38.6"51 013.00 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1905. $326,275 00 5,911 00 3.561.00 3,556.00 $326,275.00 5,911.00 3,561 00 8,556 00 ST\TE OP MINNESOTA. Department of Insurance Whereas, The Newark Fire Insurance Com panv. a corporation organised under the laws of New Jersey, has fully complied with the pro visions of the laws of this state, relative to the admission and authorization of insurance com panies of its class. Now, therefoie, I. the undersigned, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby empower and authorize the said above-named company to transact its appropriate business of Are insurance in the state of Minnesota, according to the laws there of, until the thirty-first da of January A 1907, unless said authority be revoked or other wise legally terminated prior thereto In testimony wrereof I hive hereunto set xn\ hand and affiled my official seal at St. Paul this 31st day of January, A. D. 1906 THOMAS D. O'BRIEN, Insurance Commissioner. -They Stand Alone. Standing out in bold relief, all alone, and as a conspicuous example of open, frank and honest dealing with the sick and afflicted, are Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak, over-worked, de bilitated, nervous, "run-down," pain racked women, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the famous remedy for weak stomach, indigestion, or dys pepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness, all catarrhal affections whether^of the stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder, nasal passages, throat, bronchia, or other mu cous passages, also as an effective remedy for all diseases arising from thin, watery or impure blood, as scrofulous and skin affections. Each bottle of the above medicines bears upon its wrapper a badge of hon esty in the full list of ingredients com posing Itprinted in plain English. This frank and open publicity places these medicines in a class all by them selves, and is the best guaranty of their merits. They cannot be classed as patent nor secret medicines for they are neither betno of known composition. Dr. Pierce feels that he can afford to take the afflicted into his full confidence and lay all the ingredients of his medi cines freely before them because these ingredients are such as are endorsed and most strongly praised by scores of the most eminent medical writers as cures for the diseases for which these medi cines are recommended. Therefore, the afflicted do not have to rely alone upon Dr. Pierce's recommendation as to the curative value of his medicines for cer tain easily recognized diseases. A glance at the printed formula on each bottle will show that no alcohol and no harmful or habit-forming drugs enter into Dr. Pierce's medicines, they being wholly compounded of glyceric extracts of the roots of native, American forest plants. These are best and safest for the cure of most lingering, chronic dis eases. Dr. R. V. Pierce can be consulted FREE, by addressing him at Buffalo, N. Y.. and all communications are re garded as sacredly confidential. It is as easy to be well as ill and much more comfortable. Constipation is the cause of many forms of illness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipa i tion. They are tiny, sugar-coated gran ules. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxa tive, two a mild cathartic. All dealers in medicines sell them. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY 1 ?New York and Everywhere I searched the whole earth for a specific for Rheumatismsomething that I or any physi cian could feel safe in prescribingsomething that we could count on, not onlv occasionally, but with reasonable certainty For the ravages of Rheumatism are everywhere and genuine re lief is rare. After twenty years of search and experiment, I learned of the German chemical I how em ploy And I knew then that my search and my efforts were well rewarded. For this chemical, 14 combination with others, gave me the basis of a remedy which in the cure of Rheumatism is practically certain. In many, many tests and difficult cases this prescription has with' regu larity Justified the confidence I had in it. TEXAS LANDS. We want land buyers and good agents. Write today and tell us what you want and for what purpose. Also when you wHJPvisit Texas. "We recommend noth ing to a purchaser that we ourselves can not unqualifiedly approve." Don't write unless you mean business. THE SBLLIAM CO., S10 CONG AVENUE. AUSTIN. TEXAS. S There are splendid opportunities Sf every day on The Journal's clean & 3 want pages. 388$$38xS*$3^-*3^ emington Typewriter Sales S^ i for first quarter of 190|ii-^Ci break all records for Thirty Years FIFTH STKEET S, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. There is no element of speculation in the quality of Old Underoof Rye It is good beyond compare. CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY, Chicago. Howto Cure Rheumatism I don't mean that Dr Shoop's Rheumatic Tab lets can turn bony Joints into flesh again and never failthat Is impossible. But they will with reasonable certainty drive from the blood the poison that causes pain and swelling, and then that is the end of the pain and swelling the end of the sufferingthe end of Rheuma tism. Any rheumatic sufferer who writes pay re ceive my little book on Rheumatism, including professional advice as to diet, etc., free. With the book I wiU also send without charge my "Health Token." an intended passport to good health. Address Dr. Shoop, Box 5620, Racine, Wis. Mild cases are sometimes reached by a single packagefor sale by 40,000 Druggists. Pr. Shoop's Rheumatic Tablets Load Paokot* Only. 60c and 70 Per Pound. At All Grocers. HIGHEST AWARD 8T. LOUIS 1904s ^^j*i^k^*3fk^Si^^^!ftMtt FIELDS TO BEYEAL MUTUAL SECRETS Former Insurance Legislative Agent Promises E&pose on His Sickbed* Eome Mutua with whom he had dealings, is in part as follows: "Never Gave a Bribe." "In the first place I never gave a bribe to anyone. All of those trustees of the Mutual who are now pointing No "House of Mirth." "The story about the so-called house of mirth in Albany was a gross libel. Nothing ever took place in that house, which was simply my Albany residence, of which I or any other man need be ashamed.'' Dr. Judson said that Mr. Fields will not be able to see anyone for two weeks at least. His patient is suffering from an incurable disease, he said, but by careful treatment his life may be pro longed for years. William H. Truesdale, chairman of the Mutual's internal investigating committee, said today: "It would not be proper for me to state that Fields will be called upon to make a statement to the committee. That such a course is likely, is a prob ability. There is no power vested in our committee that could be exercised to compel Fields to give it an explana tion andanv that he does make will be purely" v-gTantary.'' ZULUS CAUGHT IN .TRAP Troops Train Cruns on Hiding Place of Natal Rebels. Greytown, Natal, April 7.Bam* baata, the leader of the Zulu rebels, is believed to be within seven miles of Greytown. He has only 200 follow ers. It is impossible for infantry to penetrate the bush in pursuit oi the rebels, but overlooking their hiding place is an eminence on which artiP lery is being placed. Natives also are prepared to tackle Bambaata in native fashion in the bush. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF HEN nepin.District Court, Fourth Judicial Dis trict. Louise P. Henry and Francis M. Henry, Plain tiffs, vs. Louise W. McNalr, Defendant. NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE. Whereas, Judgment 'was entered in the above entitled action on the fifteenth (15th) dav of March, 1900, adjudging and decreeing that the piemises hereinafter aescribel should be sold at public auction, and appointing the under signed, Frank Shaw, as referee to conduct such sale and Whereas, A duly certified copy of said Judg ment has been delivered to said referee, with instructions to proceed with said bale Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that, pursuant to the said Judgment, the premises hereinafter and in said judgment described will, on Wednesday, the secuna (2d) day of Mayr 1908, at ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Fourth street front door of the courthouse and city hall building, in the city of Minneapolis, in the county of Hennepin tate Minnesota, be sold bj said refere, at public auction, to the highest Wider for cash. The premises to be so sold are situated in the county of Hennepin and state of Minnesota, and are described as follow d, to-wlt: Lots numbered one (1), two (2), three (3), four (4). five (5), and six (6 except a strip five (5) feet in width off from the rear end of each of said lots, in block twenty-two (22), of Wilson, Bell & Wagner's addition to Minneapo lis, according to the plat of said addition on file and of record in the office of the register of deeds in and for said county, and that part of fractional block three (3) of Harmon's addi tion to Minneapolis, according to the plat there of on file and of record in the office of the register of deeds in and for said county, which HeB between Thirteeneth street and the front one hundred and forty-five (145) feet of lot one (1), in block twenty-two (22), of said Wil son, BeU & Wagner's addition. I The said premises will be sold as one nar I eel without right of redemption. The purchaser wiU be required to pay said referee at the time of the sale the sum of twenty-five hundred doi lars ($2,500) as a guaranty of good faith on hi part. The balance of the said purchase price must be paid on the confirmation of the sale by the said court. On such confirmation the said referee will execute and deliver to said purchaser a deed of said promises conveying title and entitling him to possession forthwith. Dated March 16th. 1900. FRANK W. SHAW, As Referee. PROPOSALS FOE WEXLS FOR CITY OF CAE riugton, N. I.Seale proposals will be re ceived, by the city council of the city of Car rlngton, Foster county, North Dakota, at their meeting to be held in the city hall, on April 2, 1906, at 8 o'clock p.m., when they will be publicly opened, for the drilling of a city well for the city of Carrington, N. D., in each of the following sises: Three inches, four and one-half Inches and six Inches. Proposals should be enclosed in a sealed en velope and endorsed "Proposals for city well" and handed to the city auditor in open meeting when called for at said meeting, to be held Monday, April 2, 1906, at 8 o'clock p.m., at the city hall. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of $500 payable to the order of the city treasurer, such check to be held by said city as a guarantee of good faith on the part of the bidder, if his bid be accepted, and to be forfeited to said city in ease the said bid der shall fail to comply with the terms of his said bid, or with his contract entered into with said city in accordance with said bid, and to be returned to said bidder in case his bid shall be rejected or he shall have complied with the terms thereof. In lieu of such certified check, each bidder may file with his said bid a surety bond, running to the city of Carrington, ex ecuted by any fidelity insurance company licensed to transact business in this state, in the sum of $1,000 conditioned that he will faith fully perform all the conditions of his said bid, If the same be accepted or of any contract there after entered Into with said city in accordance with said bid. Bach bid must be accompanied by a contract, which the bidder proposes to enter into with said city, which contract must specify the make and grade of casing to be used, depth which the bid der guarantees to drill, the length of pumping test which will be allowed after water is ob tained, and shall otherwise conform to the regu lar form of contracts of this nature. The bidder whose hid is accepted shall com mence work not later than the first of May, 1906. The city council reserves the right to reject any and all bids if deemed to the best Interests of the city of Carrington. By order of the city council B. I. WALTON, Mayor. Attest: ^S L L. Winterer, City Auditor. BETifES TO flSD HIS BURIAL NEAR Harden Butler, ^Prepared Grave, Loolar^Aghast Coffin Nearby, New York, April 7.Charges Similar Journal 8peoial Service. to those recently made against the di- Louisville, April 7.- rectors of the New York Life Insur-, wealthy farmer of ance company by Andrew Hamilton county, came wit Urn have been made against the trustees of buried alive. He was supposed to have the Mutual Life Insurance company by Andrew C. Fields. The former legis lative agent of the Mutual is in se clusion at Dobbs Ferry. He is said to be seriously ill and has denied himself to all callers. His charges are contained in a formal statement which Fields issued thru nis hysician. He says that he had come were gathered at the bedside and the "prepared to tell the truth no i coffin was on a stand nearby. Miss matter whom it hurts, be his position Alice Butler, his favorite daughter, be- high or low.'' came hysterical as the undertaker and The statement in which Mr. Fields his assistants picked up the body to savagely arraigned the officers of the place it in the coffin. As if awak- TH-.-O.-__I -___,. ___\ 1.--. _-_i- ened by her screams, the supposed dead man shuddered and opened nis eyes. "What is all this racket about?" his first utterance the finger of scorn at me were aware I 1 of all I was doing in connection with sitting up shaking hands with him- legislative work and when they say that s"- they were ignorant of the character of my work they are saying what is un true. I am here to challenge them in every such statement. 1 have to laugh when I read the statements of the trustees that a por tion of the records of the supply de partment of the Mutual is missing. It is absurd. These trustees will have all the records of the supply department when they want them. As to the payments to me by Bobert Olyphant, chairman of the expenditure committee, of amounts ranging from $25,000 upward and aggregating, in all about $600,000, I can furnish a full and complete explanation of exactly what was done with this money and can show that every payment was fully author ized. I do not propose that the men associated with me in the Mutual shall destroy my reputation to further their own private ends. Harden Butler, a Hinesdale, Hart an ace of being died of heart failure. Physicians were called in and they pronounced Mr. But ler dead. He was bathed, shaved and dressed for burial. i Meanwhile, an undertaker had taken his measurements for a- coffin. The funeral was to have taken place this afternoon. The members of the family RUSS GAMBLERS SHOT Armed Men Board Steamer, Kill Three Men, Then Disappear. Warsaw, April 7.Eight armed men today, boarded the river steamer Wawel, plying between Warsaw and Plock, and when the vessel was in midstream, ordered five gamblers, who were playing cards in the cabin, to go on deck, where the men shot the gam blers, killing three and mortally wound ing two. The men then ordered the captain of the Wawel to stop the steamer at a way station, where they landed and disappeared in the woods. HOFF'S ASTHMA CURE Th Genuine HpflT Medlcln? Price, 35 ct. a botj^e ful size). Compounded after the true and correct formula of the famous Prof/JHoff of Vienna, Austria.^jKnQwnand rocognhted everywhere as a positive cure for AfttJhma, Catarrh, Hay Fever* Bronchiti and all diseases of the, breathing organs. The gen uine bears the Cro*^n" trSde, mark. Thla should interest all those who have been purchasing thV Hoff medicine under different namea at (1 and $3 a bottle. 4 Sol* Agents ItrMiiuieapoHt, S. H. BROUNLEE DRUG CO., Successor to Dillin Drag Go., 101COUNCIL WashingtoTHAv. S. SUPREME OF E KOYAL AK- OANTTKHome office. 407 Shawmut avenue, Boston, Mass. Howard C. Wiggins, President. W. O. Robson, Secretary. (Organised June 28, 1877.) Commfiiced business June 23, 1877. At torney to accept service In Minnesota: Insurance Commissioner. Net assets Dec. 31, previous year $2,716,540.55 INCOME DURING 1905. Dues for expenses $244,457.30 Mortuary and reserve assessments 8,094,505.97 Membership and examiners' fees 3,852.50 Total paid by members $8,842,875.77 From all other sources Total 8,582 Claims settled during the year i 3,173 Unpaid .Dec. 31 (end of year) 409 Business in Minnesota No. In force Dec. 31 (beginning of year) 6,109 Written during the year.... S66 Totals 6,975 Ceased during the year 1,660 In force Dec. 31 (end of year) 5,315, Claims unpaid Dec. 81 (be-- ginning of year) 8 Claims incurred during the ,x, year 42 Totals __^ i Claims settled during the year Unpaid Dec. 31 (end of year) i Collected from members daring year Actual Photograph was "Whose coffin is thatt Who is dead?" He th^n sanskwas back unconscious,^buttodadan a few hour revived HEYLS FARE WELL Terms of Settlement of the Schandeiu Will Case. Special to The Journal. Milwaukee, April 7.The terms of settlement of the Schandem will are being withheld by the attorneys, who, however, made a statement last night declaring that the will of Mrs. Schan dein, leaving to the Heyls the property valued at nearly $7,000,000, will stand as probated. The Heyls, however, will make a substantial settlement with the contestants, and will pay the lawyers' fees. The amount to be given the Franks, who contested the will, is not made public, but one report says it is about one-quarter of the estate. The two firms of big corporation lawyers will be cared for out of the remainder of the estate. 84,888.14 Total inccme $8,427,768.91 DISBURSEMENTS DURING 1905. Death and permanent disability claims paid $8,021,412.84 Return and other payments to members 16.00 Total paid to members $8,021,428.84 Commissions, salaries and expenses of agents and organizers 71,168.59 Salaries of officers, employees and examiners' fees 88,649.74 AU other disbursements 123,729.06 Total disbursements $8,304,871.23 Excess of income over disburse ments 122,897.68 ASSETS. Value of real estate $51,170.97 Bonds and stocks owned 1,757,350.80 Mortgage and collateral loans.... 78,026.29 Cash in office and in bank 895,785.30 Accrued interest and rents 28,200.22 Assessments in course of collec- N tion 768,193.30 Total admitted assets $3,573,726.88 Assets not admitted $81,297.44. LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and unpaid $367,450.00 Losses unadjusted 630,000.00 Losses resisted 39,000.00 Advance assessments and dividend obligations 499 15 All other liabilities 8,293.66 Total liabilities $1,040,242.81 Balance to protect contracts.... 2.533.484.07 EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES, BUSINESS OF 1905. Total Business No. Amount. In force Dec. 31 (beginning of year) 305,083 $680,848,000 Written during the year.. 22,678 54.929,000 Totals 827,761 Ceased duiing the year 73,005 In force Dec. 31 (end of year) 264,756 Claims unpaid Dec. 31 (be- ginning of year) 357 Claims incurred during the year 3,225 $735,777,000 184,859,000 899,650 a 167,500 $9,067,160 8,050,700 1,016,450 Amount. $12,676,500 1,727,500 Ladles* Six-button patent leather vamp and foxing dull kid top narrow toe swing last high straight heel single extension sole. Made in all the latest leathers. Notice to Out-of-Town PeopleIf METROPOLITAN SURETY COMPANYPrln clpal office, 88 Park Row, New York, N. (Organized in 1905.) John J. Caullet, President Frank A. Condon, Secretary. Attorney to accep. service in Minnesota: Insurance Commissionei Cash capital, $500,000. INCOME IN 1905. Piemiums Received Fidelity $12,197.50 Surety 77.605 8T Total premium income. $89,803 37 From Interest, dividends and rents 8,049.60 From all other sources 7,531.83 Total admitted assets Assets not admitted, $17,250.55. LIABILITIES. Claims adjusted and not paid.... Claims reported "14,404,000 3 896,000 Aggregate 4i unpaid claims. Commissions and brokerage Reinsurance leserve All other liabilities Capital stock paid up 10,506,00$ 19,000 \J 99,600 50* $118,500 .4S. v& 100-000 1 18,500 $147,711.09 STATE OF MINNESOTA, Department of Insurance. Whereas, the Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum, a corporation organised under the laws of Massachusetts, has fully complied with the requirements of the laws of this state, rela tive to co-operative or assessment insurance. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned. Insurance Commissioner, do hereby empower and authorise the above named society to transact its appro priate business of co-operative or assessment fraternal Insurance, in the state of Minnesota, according to the laws thereof, until the 31st day of January. A. D. 1907, unless said authority be revoked or otherwise legally terminated prior thereto. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at St. Panl this Slst day of January, A. D. 1906. THOMAS D. O'BRIEN, -ss, .v -v':-,-*-'-- Insurance Commissioner. Good taste indress begins with the selection of your shoes. COtZian Shoes, as modeled by the Gotzian de- signers, give you the satisfaction of knowing that pUTTING your foo in it trouble, but it's a long step toward comfort if you put it into a Crossett. CROS SETT NooSHOE*5oj I MAKES LIFE'S -WALK EASY TRADE MUiBK. Room where you want room, support where needed. They have cornered the market in ease for your feet. Jfyour dealer dot* net ktp than, we Witt tend any Hyle on receipt of price wtth tSe. addtttonaliopat/fbrwaramg charoet, LEWIS A. CROSSETT. Inc. NORTH ABINGTON, MASS, FREDLGRAYCOMPANY Guaranty Building, Minneapolis. LIABILITY, FIDELITY & BURGLARY INSURANCE. Total income $105,384.85 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905. Claims paid, net Fidelity Surety $70.00 164 36 Net paid policy holders $234.38 Investigation and adjustment of claims 41.50 Commissions ,463.80 Salaries of officers, agents, em ployees, examiners' and inspec tion fees 40,489.04 All other disbursements 35,104 65 Total disbursements 550,918,000. Excess of Income over disburse ments ASSETS DEC. 81. 1905. Bonds and stocks owned Cash in office and In bank Accrued interest and rents Premiums in course of collection All other admitted assets $85,283.37 20,101.48 $270,256.25 390,788.36 2,579.18 29,228.72 1,776.16 $694,677.67 $1,800 00 620.72 $2,820.72 4,578.47 60,958.16 4,382.89 600,000.00 Total liabilities inclnding capital $572,240.24 Surplus over all liabilities $122,337.43 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1905. Fidelity premiums received $3,049.14 Surety premiums received 484.00 Totals $3,533.14 STATE OF MINNESOTA. Department of Insurance. Whereas, the Metropolitan Surety Company, a corporation organized under the laws of New York, has fully complied with the provisions of the laws of this state, relative to the admission and authorization of insurance companies of its class. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned. Insurance Commissioner, do .hereby empower and authorize the said above named company to transact its appropriate business of fidelity, surety and burglary lnsun-juce in the state of Minnesota, according to the laws thereof, until the Slst day of January, A. D. 1907, unless said author ity be revoked or otherwise legally terminated prior thereto. In testioiony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at St. Paul, this Slst day of January, A. D. 1906. &*fflfc **&*. THOMAS D. O'BRIEN. W1g? Vr/' Insurance Commissioner. feet are correctly and fashionably dressed. That's whyi they are called The Style Makers. No other shoe will satisfy you after seeing this models To be certain the style faultless, insist upon Gotziais Shoej Over 5o StylesFor Men, Women and Children. Made by C. Gotzian & Co., St. Paul1855-i9o6. may sometimestmak" 1 LONDON GUARAKTY AND ACCIDENT COM- PANY. (Limited.) Principal office in United States- 315 Dearborn street, Chicago. 111. (Or- ganized in 1869.) A. W. Masters, United States manager. Attorney to accept service in Min nesota: Insurance Commissioner. Deposit cap ital, $250,000. INCOME IN 1905. Accjdent premiums received $169,998.89 Employers' liability premiums re ceived 1,112,003.87 Credit premiums received ^1,147.50 Total premium income $1,208,209.76 From Interest, dividends and rents 49,052.70 Total income $1,842,262.46 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905. Accident claims paid (net) $85,380.01 Employers' liability claims paid (net) 820,824.39 Net paid policyholders 414,704.40 Investigation and adjustment of claims 130,326.93 Commissions 337,659.94 Dividends to stockholders remitted to home office 50,571.73 Salaries of officers, agents, em ployees, examiners' ahd inspec tion fees 108,727.51 All other disbursements 67,050.91 Fashion decrees I forrearly spring A* wisaf ^tvle N or Tlie StyleMakers A smart, gfateful creation *lof finest patent leather and soft kid, giving the foot that trim, well kept appearance [re- quired to harmonize with a Worth gown andSIa Paris hat:' ^f4i your write us and learn who has. $1,110,041.42 Total disbursements Excess of Income over disburse ments ASSETS DEC. 81, 1006. Bonds and. stoclu owned $1,625,872.90 Cash in office and in bank your dealer hasn't this shoe, Wallace & Balden 910 Mew York Lift Bldg. Surety Bonds, Burglary and Liability Insurance. Managers for AMERICAN BONDING COMPANY OF BALTI- MOREPrincipal office, Equitable building, Baltimore, Md. (Organised in 1894.) George Cator, president William E. P. Duvall, secre tary. Attorney to accept service In Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner. Cash capital, $500,000. INCOME IN 1905. Fidelity and surety premiums re ceived $628,119.48 Burglary and theft premiums re ceived 53,063.69 Total premium income 681,183.12 From interest, dividends and rents. 59,239.83 From all other sources 2.113,85 Total disbursements... Excess of income over disburse ments 226,221.04 rs 432,878.45 Accrued interest and tents 17,813.70 Premiums in course Of collection. 223 455.92 Total admitted assets $1,900,120.97 Assets not admitted. $56,870.51. LIABILITIES. Claims in process of adjustment $15,515.06 Claims resisted 13,300.00 Aggregate of unpaid claims 28,815.06 Reserve for unpaid losses .853,584.02 Commissions and brokerage...... 61,557.25 Reinsurance reserve 496,274.13 All other liabilities 1.0S0.34 Capital stock paid up 250,000.00 Total liabilities, including capital $1,690,310.80 Surplus over all liabilities 209.810.17 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1905. Premiums Losses Losses Received. Paid. Incurred* Accident $18,528.74 $7,006.60 $7,606.60 Liability 105,332.14 59,366.46 59.366.46 Totals $123,860.88 $66,073.06 $66,973.06 'f^*/i STATE OF MINNESOTA. Department of Insurance. Whereas. The London Guarantee & Accident Company (Limited), a corporation organized under the laws of Great Britain, has fully com plied with the provisions of the laws of this state, relative to the admission and authoriza tion of insurance companies of its class. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned. Insurance Commissioner, do hereby empower and author ize the said above-named company to transact its appropriate business of accident and per sonal liability insurance in the state of Min nesota, according to the laws thereof, until the thirty-first day of January, A. D. 1907, unless said authority be revoked or otherwise legally terminated prior thereto. my band and affixed my official seal at St. Paul, In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set this 31st day of January, A. D. 1006. THOMAS D. 0'BBIBC' p, Insurance Commissioner. *8 ass 4 Total Income $742,536.80 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1005. Fidelity and surety claims paid (net) Burglary and theft claims paid (net) Net paid policyholders Investigation and adjustment of claims Commissions Salaries of officers, agents, em ployees, examiners' and inspec tion fees All other disbursements $125,329.88 11,069.98 136,3#.S1 44,031.73 180,760.22 J 125,888.65 140.196.S3 $627,715.54 1U,SSL26 ASSETS DEO. 31, 1906. Value of real estate owned $86,826.71 Mortgage loans 9,600.00 Bonds and stooks owned I,268,06tj00 Cash in office and in bank 146,861.60 Accrued interest and rents 6,803.87 Premiums In course of collection.. 98,100.68 Total admitted assets $l,5*a,42,76 Assets not admitted, $62,978.76. LIABILITIES. ,\*3 Estimated expenses of settlement. $20,890,00 Claims in process of adjustment and reported 22,266.72 Claims resisted 185,869.05 Aggregate of unpaid claims.. Commissions and brokerage Reinsurance reserve All other liabilities Capital stock paid up $228,528.77 38,376.16 36%260i7 9,706.46 800,000.00 Total liabilities including cap ital $1,133,776.85 Surplus over all liabilities 418,90641 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1906. Fidelity and surety premiums re ceived $88,016.71 Fidelity and surety losses paid... 10,889.78 Fidelity and surety losses incurred 15,604.20 Burglary and theft premiums re ceived 780.35 Total premiums received..... 83,746.06 Total losses paid 10,880.78 Total losses Incurred 15,604.29 STATE OF MINNESOTA. Department of Insurance. Whereas, the American Bonding Company of Baltimore, a corporation organized under the laws of Maryland, has fully compiled with the provisions of the laws of this state relative to the admission and authorisation of lnsnraace companies of its class. Now, therefore, I, the undersigned. Insurance Commissioner, do hereby empower and authorize the said above-named company to transact its appropriate business of fidelity and burglary In surance in the state of Minnesota, according the laws thereof, until the thirty-first day oi January, A. D. 1907, unless said- authority revoked or otherwise legally terminated prica thereto. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set mj band and affixed my official seal t St. Pan this 31st day of January, A. D. 1906. THOMAS D. InsurancvO'BRIEN. Commissioner 1 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI in pursuance of the power and authority girti to us, Serena M. Martin, executrix, and Sam Beers and John O'Connor, executors, of the lai will and testament of Edward Martin, decease* in and by said last will and tsiUmeot, re srll on Wednesday, the eleventh day of April, A. I 1906, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at tS front door of the courthouse and city nail Fourth street South, in the City of Minneapoii Hennepin County, Minnesota, sell at public aw tion to the highest and best bidder for cash, a and singular the following described premlM and real estate situated in Hennepin Count] State of Minnesota, to-wit: That part of lot one (1), and of the northe* quarter NE,4 of the southeast quart tSE%) of section twelve (12), and that part lot one (1), In section thirteen (18), all in tow ship twenty-eight (28) north, range twenty-f (24), west of the fourth (4th) principal nwri ian. which lie south of 42d street, east of 28 avenue S and north of Minnehaha creek, cotrtal ing ninety-two and four-tenths (92 4-10) acre more or less. And ripe for subdivision purposes. No bid will be accepted which is less th fifteen thousand dollars ($16,000.00) cash for entire premises above described. An abstract title to said premises can be seen and exai ined at the office of Edward P. Sanborn." iw 206, National German-American Bank bi St. Paul, Minnesota. Dated March 10th, A. D. 1906. *c & SERENA M. MARTIN. Executrix, \J$ SAMUEL BEERS, Executor. JOHN O'CONNOR, Executor.