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-mJAiBV." -.-Jl 8 THE OHIOAGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1908. v tti'zrs I The Factory Is the place to buy FURS At Reasonable Prlcat. FUR NECKWEAR, MUFFS AND FUR GOATS rar Repairing and Herniating la all Draachaa GEORGE W. PAULUN Ittwsrt BalMlag, N. W. Cars fUtt ui Ws9BlsftM fostfc PMrtfe Flew. CatalejjM Ma Pre g MMMIMMMMI Wedding Cake Boxes WEDDING CAKE ORNAMENTS Supplies (or Any and All Occasions, such as PAYORS FOR SOCIETIES FAVORS FOR DANCINQ PARTIES FAVORS FOR EUCHRE PARTIES FAVORS FOR WEDDINQS FAVORS FOR BIRTHDAYS FAVORS FOR CHILDREN PARTIES FAVORS FOR BOOBY PRIZES FAVORS FOR DINNERS FAVORS FOR SOCIAL TEAS FAVORS FOR NATIONAL HOLIDAYS FAVORS WITH SNAPPINQ MOTTOES FAVORS WITH HATS AND CAPS Gunther's Confectionery. aia State Street. M I IM IMIIMM iffik& &) Mfr jiMpSSS i r su i xr an. tvr kjMi isr ass. J, ' ' 1 1 1 1 SffflTffaSTirffTiSBSB k. ft "" mm s asa aa at, mm mm , m , w-4 H inc. WMICH WAY IssS peg BETWEEN DETROIT AND BUFFALO 7ttD.d:n,U&PtMrariUtTfVtroUwtli!-i;i at C-00s n. faailar at 4 CO p. tn.ta)ninlt.a)aMlniaDu!r!iiiljlr alCJMp ri. (rutcrtituni) rraditntf tbtlr d.Un!ion lis tif il uorolcir. Mrrclrunnortloit with urlr morning train. CowmI farrs an J m;rlor arrrka to all polLta rail Itotmlar mk rnJ rirnnlont u HutTala Mfar rails, bar Dttrolt mtj Satsnla an4 rrlara iloaijjf uon.le(i . , RAIL TICKETS AVAILABLE ON STEAMKRS All ctaaMi of f'trl i .ol.l iraJlnt I X.U Waa CVittral, Wakuh ami UrsnJ Traa. M!,it llni IvtroiiaM I uOilj lit llhtr ilirMtlo-i will La avriua for Irani. i-irtaUjn on Ji. II. I 'na I iaur s.r.l if. tinp fur lllanraitil wnij.lil.1 auj Lnl l-.ict Hap. AdJnui L. II. IX.W, l.aa'11'au. (., Italrall, abb. DETROIT & BUFFALO STEAMBOAT CO. SMU M. :miiUN Vif Sail. A. A. SCMANK 01st MM. a? i TIXEPIIONB MONROB 1104 A. a. LANIO, Proprietor CHICAGO HARNESS CO. WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS 327 West Randolph Street CHICAGO, ILL. TEL. MONROE 2886 W. SCHROJDA Fire Insurance Notary Public Loans, Real Estate and Collections Suite 209-210 810 Milwaukee Ave. CHICAGO I ZENO j MEANS I COOD CHEWING j CUM JBBjLBjBIBHHHHHHHHpJBB' aBBBHBBBBBBBBBBSBBBaVSF w"1"'11"" ' " "' " wwiiiiMr"' ,. ihhiwiiw. w . npaaTWar ww. CLOWNS AND HOT CODLIN8. Successor of thn (Irrat Urlmaldl I. Still Mtltiat. .Tnmes Doughty, tlio oldest netor n till clntvn In tho Inlted Kingdom, cele brated his ninetieth birthday Auk. S with three benefit performances on the West Tier nt Hrlghton, according to the liondon Mali. Mr. notitrhty In nn IntiTentlnj; link with the theatrlcnl punt, m.vb the Mnll. lip followed In the footntepn of the grent OrlnmMI. He tin worn flrl mnldl'a hours. He regrrtfiilljr recnlln the i1fiy when the hnrleqnlnnde wn the attraction of n pantomime nnd the clown Ita chief performer. "Thera are no clowns now," he re marka with n shade of hltlerneas. "fifiat yonr I heard the tnle of n theatrical manager who forgot nit about the clown when he woa nrmuglng his pnntomlme, and nt the Inst minute gave n super half n crown extra to piny the pnrtt" The contemptuous tone must lie left to the Imagination. Old though he Is he Is now wheeled to his daily performances on the pier In n hnth clmlr Mr. Doughty Ih sllll n picturesque figure. He wenrs n smnrt cutaway coat find n Gladstone collnr. He puts his troupe of dogs through their paces with great punctlllousiies. nnd sends the children Into shrieks of delight with ripe old Jokes Hint used to nmnae their grandfathers. Who remembers tho famous song. "Hot Codllns?" firlmnldl ming It. Doughty sung It nfter him. Doughty In his quavering tenor sung tho first few lines of It: A little old woman, n living slif got, fly telling of codllns. hot, lint, hot : This little old woman, no we have been told, Though her codllns were hot she was mon strously cold. Ro to Veep herself warm she thought It no sin To run nnd get half a quartern of r Hero the audience shouted the names of various bovorngea, starting with gin, and tho expert clown finished off the lino triumphantly with some potation they had not mentioned. "And what are codllns?" naked the In terviewer. "Hot bnked apples." 'There, now," saM n member of thn clown'a family, "I have heard that song hundreds of times nnd I always thought It was flsh." The greatest success Mr. Doughty ever had with the song was one day when, nfter singing It thousands of times, he forgot the beginning and de voted three minutes to asking the bnnd nnd the audience, who, of course, would not believe him. Hero Is n story which suggests the kind of humor the old clowns loved. "Lady Diana Huddlcston naked me to train her dog. I went to tho Princess club every day to trnln him. One dny he wns obstinate. Lady Diana fold me to flick him. 'I liellevo In kindness, your ladyship,' I wild. 'Ah, well, you aro tho best Judge.' 'No. my lady,' I said, 'the baron Is tho Judge,' nnd Bnron Huddlcston, thn Judge of tho exchequer, put down his pnper nnd laughed." Mr. Doughty Is proud of two things a letter of thanks from Queen Victoria nffcr n pcrformnnco nt Osborne, nnd n certltlcnte of npprovnl from tho Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Ani mals. Whrro Mian Comes From, Although the origin of slang la often uncertain It Is not so always. For In Ktnncc, wo trnco tho origin of "boy cott" from tho nnmo of Chnrlea Cun timghnm ltoyoott, an ngent In chnrgo of Lord Krne'a estnto nt Lough Mnsk In Irelnnd, Ho wns the first victim of boycotting, n refusnl to denl or nsso clnto with, to buy or to sell tho prod ucts of one who had been placed under a ban for lnbor or political reasons. "Dago" Is n corruption of "Diego," tho Bpanlsh for James, a name common among the Spanish whose patron saint Is San Diego, says n writer In the Bo hemian mngnrlnc. Tho name was first applied to the Spaniards by American sailors who frequented Spanish-American ports nnd widened Its scope so as to Include tho dark-skinned foreigners of the United States. It Is now used to Oealgnnto Italians, Spaniards and Portuguese. "Dude," which some persons believe to bo of American origin, wns born In Loi:doi In the 80s. It was first heard there on the streets and then found Its wny Into the thenters, where It wns l.iunchcd effectively against that clnas of men of which Oscar Wilde wns nn apostle, and who wero better known ns irsthetes. It Is snld to hnvo been de rived from the dialectal word "duds," which means "littlo bclonglnga or ef fects," nnd which was ultimately cor rupted nnd accepted In colloquial lan guage as n fitting designation for one's articles of nppnrel. Jenlous of the topulnr!ty that the term acquired, somo writer of songs for tho music hnlls In troduced tho term "ln-dl-da," which hnd Its vogue whllo the song was popular, but was snug to death. SfnrrlHaia by Halter, Among Ignorant people of English birth It was once tho belief that a wife bought with money or goods was legally married If the purchaser led her all the way homo by n halter. Baring Gould, tho English antiqua rian, told of a village poet known to him who bought n wife for half a crown nnd led her twelve miles to his cottnge. Tho squire and the rector pro tested to tho village poet thnt he was not legally wedded. "Why, yes, I be," ho replied. "I'll tako my Blblo onth I never once took the halter off till sho'd crossed the doorslll and tho door wns tihut." Tho latest Instances of such wife sales occurred In 18.18 and 18.10, when women wero sold In Littlo Horton nnd In Dudley. 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'AmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM M'maaaaaaaaaaJ 1-- THOMAS GALLAGHER, Congrtmn-Elect, Eighth District. HR f BBfiiBBBBBBBBBBBBB HisLIIIIA afJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHl'BBBBBBBB ataBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV BBbbskW BSalBBBBBBBBaam amamamamamamamaaamat iaar1' pi 'i.b bTbSjribbbbbbbbbb BBSllllllllllllllBSllllllllVv BSSBSlllllllllllllllllH aaraam JOSEPH E. BIDWILL, JR., Re-elected Clark of the Circuit Court. BLsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbA rrbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BbbbbbbbbIbbbbVbbbbbbbbbbbK IK'JbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT4 IIbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBLbBbV '' WaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi Official Publication. Annual sintcment of The United KIre. man Inmirflnre t'ompnny of Philadelphia, in the Htnic of Pennsylvania, on the atst tiny of Decombcr, JIM7, nimlc to the Inaur niico Snpcrlntcnilent of the Slate of Illinois. Iitimtinnt to law. Amount of ennltnl slock paid ii In mh 400,000.00 Premiums rcrcWcil ilurlng the ..,cnli, 038,171.02 l)cninlt premiums on perixtusl , rlaks ,.., 42.H24.0S Interest, rents anil illrlileads. . 80,470.00 Profit on sale or maturity of ledger assets 140 04 Total Income $ IMHIIL'ltHKMUNTH. loasrs paid during the rrtir.,f ncpoalt premiums returned.;. Interest or dlvldenda to stock holders . . . , , Kxpenei of adjustment of loyies CnmmlMlnn or Itrokeraxc HnlnrlcH, fee nnd nil other clinruM of nlnrcrs, clerks, nsents nnd employes ,..,,, Advertising, printing and sta tionery, olnse. etc Legal expense, furniture, fl. lures and intips 1llllprU'rllfra lindnl. tip .!. pnrlmrnl and snlviiRe corp fees, etr. S,4a8.0S Iiisprrllon nnd survevs , 1,!I30.:I7 llepnlis, expenses nnd taxes on rrnl estate 7,244.80 Stiite. In-iimiicc departments, tiiXM unit fi-rs 12,fln,1.nn Other ll(cne. foes nnd tnxev 2, IKS.Ot) Loss on unle or maturity of leiluer nr t,72.".2l All other dlslmrscmi'iits :i,041..T) 781,125.00 284,Ori2..12 ;I4,420.00 40,000.00 4,nra.2(i 1S0.270.53 Sl,444.4n 0,414.77 .1,400.80 lntnl dlsliursnnrnls .... (I2S,10."i. If) , . , LIllMIKU ASHIVrS. Hook vnlue hf renl psinlv lM.OI8.an MoriBniie limnn on mil rstntp. '.'08.3.12,00 Loans secun-d liy pledge of l"inis, Moeks or other collnt- i, rr.n' V':. ". 104,000.00 IIihjIs nlne of ImiimIs nnd slocks 1,22.1,1117.00 dish In offlec nnd hank HI, 02U il Au-eiils' lailnnres . . . 84,01 1.87 Other ledger nsiets ,. 2,077.01 Tolnl ledger assets i2.0S0,812.:i4 xox i.r.imcii AHHirrH. Interest and rents due nnd ac crued $ fi,052.81 ."""'J assets . 2,0.-,fl.705.15 UK Ml -IT AXHKM NOT AI)ltlTTi:i). Agents balances over three months due. 700.05 Hook vnlue renl es tate, bonds and stocks over market , value 00,37(1.30 npeclnl deposits to secure liabilities In Ueorgln 0,300.00 1 70,043.05 Total admitted assets , . , ,(1,080,110.20 I.IAIUMTIKH. IMsea adjusted nnd . unpaid $111,480.0.1 f,oMc In process of adjustment or In suspense 27,Mfl.0.1 losses redded .... 700.00 . Total .S47.807.Rll Deduct reinsurance.. 2,0.10.74 Net amount of unpaid losses..! 45,178.12 'lolnl unearned premium t32,375.44 Amount rcclnlmnlile on perpet- nnl policies 000.444.45 Halarles, rents, Mils, taxes, etc. 2,050.07 l.ss liabilities secured by spc- clal ileposlt ft, 500,057.08 Halaucu 0,330.112 Total llnbllllle 1,500,020.50 iii;hini:k3 in Illinois. Total risks tiikcn during the jear 3,705,301.00 lolnl premiums received dur- luif the year 50,407.81 rotnl loses Incurred during the year 30.808.01 HOIIKUT II. IIKATH, President. IIBNKV A. KIlAlli:. Secretary. KulMcrllN?!! nnd sworn to before mo this 231 h dny of January. 1008. , WM. StcKHR. Jn.. (!) Notary Public. omclal Publication. Annual stnlement of the Wllllamibttrah f'llv Plrc linvirnuco Company of New York, In the Ktnto of New York, on tho Slit day of Docemlier, 11)07. made to tho Insurance Hiierlntendent of tho Statu of Illinois, pur suant to Inn'. CAPITAL. Amount of rnpltal stock paid up In cash 250,000.00 INCOMK. I'lt-mltinm received during. tho . year 11,470,182.87 Interest, lent nnd dividends. 80,135.40 I'nillt on niI or maturity of led.'er assets 17.50 Tolal Income Sl,502,3.15.77 )ihiii;iisi:mi:nts. ,ocs paid ilurlng tho yenr. .. 022,278.15 Deposit premiums returned... 10,023,21 Interest or dividend to stock holders 50,000.00 Commissions or lirokcrngo .... 352,870.08 Salaries, fees nnd all other charges of officers, clerks, agents anil employes 173,827.70 Kent 24,441.01 Advertising, printing nnd sta tionery, postage, elc. 25,727.00 l'gnl expenses, furniture, fix tures nnd maps 48,071.00 Underwriters' hoard, tiro de partment and salvage corps, fees, etr 11,830.01 Inspection and surveys 1,27.1.00 llepalrs, expenses and taxes on real estate 3,230,00 State, Insurance, departments, taxes and fee 27,305.7.1 Loss on sate or maturity of ledger assets 04,085.30 Tolal disbursements .....11,421,580.00 LKDOUIl ASSETS. Hook vnlue of real estate 9 108,020.70 Mortgage loans on real estate. 584,000.00 Loans, secured by pledge of Umds, stocks or other col lateral 20,000.00 Honk valun of bonds ana stocks 1,307,201.40 Cash In office and" bank 121,440.08 Agcuts' balance 224,024.10 Tolnl leducr assets 12.075,702.02 NOX LKDOKIt ASSETS. Interest and rent due and ac crued 10,017.10 Other non ledger assets, 780.10 dross assets 12,502.550.58 DIIDUCT A88KT8 NOT ADMITTKO. AgenU' bnlances over tlueo months due 2,804.07 Iloolt vnlue liond nnd stocks over market value ,,-. 443,130,40 -I 445,041.40 MARTIN B. MADDEN, Re-elected Congressman, first piitricL , Total admitted assets .. .82,140,018.12 LIAIIILITIICS. losses adjusted and unpaid 4,775.73 Loves In process of adjustment or In suspense .... 80,774.70 LoBes resided ... 142,740.00 Total (228,200.00 Deduct reinsurance 00,247.10 Net amount of unpaid losses.. 108,040,80 Total unearned premiums , , , , 1,200,278,23 Salaries, rents, bills, taxes, etc, 10,341,07 lltlusiiianto premiums 0,823.83 Total llsbllltle .91.440,003.01 IIUSINK88 IN ILLINOIS. Total risks during the year... 90,310,488.00 Total premiums received during tho year 130,730.32 Total losses Incurred during the year , 80.450,41 MAI1SIIALL 8. mtinas, President, V. II. WAY, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 5lli day of February, 1008. vm. il. iiouPiiRitnivn. (Seal) Notary Public. If tho bilkers will make good bread out or puro flour, and educato tho peo ple to buy It, "tho grent destroyer of domestic happiness, dyspepsia, will bo removed, nnd wo Him II hear no moro of I lio divorce problem." So Dr, Wiley. tho government food expert, told tho Aiuorlt'tm Illhcult Makers' Association I ho other day. Tho hnrm done by heavy lircnd, Hoggy plo crust and greasy cukes Is mi grent thnt no nno has dnrcd to cMlmnto It. Thnt young woman who Wishes to umke tho. world bettor may begin well by learning bow to cook dl gestlble meals, . , n .. V'f.AJUfJtf.'i. I. K .',J Official Pnbllcalloa, Annual statement of the Winona Klro In yirance Company of Minneapolis, In the State of Minnesota, on the 31st day of De rnc.r Jf,0.7'.!nflie ' h Insurance Super Intendent of the stale of Illinois, pursuant CAPITAL Amount of capital stock paid "P bi cash .9 20O.000.oo . , INCOME. Premiums received during the . year 9 424,324.41) Interest and dividend 2.1.B30.8J i-rom all other sources 8,053.00 Total Income 9 434,520.01 IIIUll!tltlt.Wu-a .,'. tosses paid during the" year.. 9 153,022.54 l.xpeascs of adjustment and nviut-iurm 01 losses ,,,,,., Interest or dividends to stock- linlffar. ..... Commissions or brokerage, , ,'.' canine, ipes nno ail Olner i-unrgPH 01 omcers, agents, Hems .....r ;;.';; Advertising, printing and sta tionery, postage, etc. Legal expenses, furniture, fix tares nnd map underwriters' Iwards, tire de- iiiriuiFiu ami salvage corps, Tuna a!.. Slate, Insurance department's! taxes nnd fees ,MJ , Other licenses, fees and taxes. All other disbursement 087.78 10,760.00 9B.120.1S 0,805.21 1,200.00 032.22 280.02 .14.4.1 1.524.0A KMMI 1,084.72 Tolnl disbursement 9 283.870.Oil , , LIIDtlKIl ASSKTST '""'"""" MnFtffAf-n ln.111. ,,n Mini ,.A a .p.ma..a ----. -n"n w....n .. V-MlllC.) J ,.,2ll.Hr I ook Vnlue of bonds. 2.W.07tl.00 I asli In ofllre and Iwnk 41,030.03 lllll rncrlvnMit ., t',.., .. Other ledger nsscls 30.088.00 In Total ledger assets 9 022,014.0.1 NOV l.l-IIIIIMI tuulVa . """ lerest due and accrued 9 ' 8,012.31 dross asset 9 027,087.24 Total admitted assets .,.9 027.087.24 LIAIIILITIE8. '"- Iisses, In process of adjust, ment or In suspense 9 24,088.42 lOffll lltlrill.nA.1 ,,tml.n.i fl.t . a. Interest nnd dividends due or accrued 250.00 faxes, etc. 7.1)37.00 ,,Il?ft,,,!iff ;i-....v.i.25.332;' Tola risks during the year... 92,060,333.00 v., fiiTiuiiiuiH rrteiTca aur- Inir th vh. nm ka a Total losses Incurred du'rinr '" ' the year 2,054.07 .HfP i;.X.AN !?U8E!' P'it II. (I. SMITH, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 201b day of January, 1008. . ,. c. u wiixYAnn, ("') Notary Public. Official PafcllMtUa. Annual statement of the Western lteservs Insurance Company of Cleveland, in the. .& ot 9h,.0 P 'i1 n,,t r ' Deeemlier, 1III1T. tTlslllA frt Ihit InansiaMu t..a..l a J.il of tbe State of Illinois, pursuant to law. Amount of capital slock paid up In cash. 9 200,000.00 .. . . WOMB. Premiums received during the , ye" 9 241,372.51 Interest, rents and dividends... 18,001.17 Total Income 9 230,40.1.08 Losses paid durlag the year.. 9 Lxpenses of adjustment and settlement of losses Interest or dividends to stock- tinMhrai Commissions or brokerage. .'.'.' Salaries, fees and nil other cnarges or omcers, clerks, nir.nt. atitl rniiitnM, llenla ' Advertising, printing nnd s'ta- nuiicrj, i-jsiage, eic. Iiegal expenses, furniture, fix- llllwa mil vnana Underwriters' lioards, fire de- iinrimeni. nnn salvage corM, fees, etc. Inspection nnd surveys State, Insurance, departments, limn, nii.1 Imim Other licenses, fees nnd taxes! j.oiyi on saio or maturity or ledger assets All other disbursements 70,355.83 1,164.00 10,000.09 00,000.33 18,483.18 4,331.23 3,010.26 3,004.7a 2.277.13 003.30 3,307.73 100.113 2,827,28 1,875.08 Tolal disbursement 9 160,126.01 '.''nir.it Aonibin, llnolc Vatll nt twin.la ttn.l lAtra S IAO SOO la Cash In office nnd bank .' 42,'t)U3!ol Agents' balance 30,031.03 Other ledger assets, 3,352.00 Total ledger assets 9 474,175.21 NON LUDOUIt AHSt-718. Interest duo and accrued .... 3,100.23 Oross assets 9 477.305.10 DEDUCT AS8ETS NOT ADMITTED. Agents' Italnncei over thrco months' due. 9 180.81 Dook vnlue bonds nnd stocks over market valuo 0,648,30 9 0,835.11 Total admitted aasels ... .9 470,530.33 LIABILITIES. Losses in process of adjustment or In suspense. ft 5,007. 21 Deduct reinsurance.. 4,080.03 Net amount of unpaid losses,, 9 11,820,28 Total unearned premiums .... 145,400,08 Total liabilities .9 157,275.08 ItUSINESS IN ILLINOIS. Total risks taken durlag the year 91.382,803.76 Total premiums received during tbe year 22,902.03 Total losses Incurred during tbe year 14,170.86 MAHS E. WAOAR, President. IL E. HOOCH, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 20th day of January. 1008. WM. C. DOOLITTLK. (Seal) Notary Public. Official PnbllMtUa. Annual statement ot the United American Fire Insurance Company of Milwaukee, In the State of Wisconsin, on the 31st day of December, 1007, made to tbe Insurance Su perintendent of tbe State of Illinois, pur suant to law. CAPITAL. - Amount of capital stock paid up In cash 9 100,000.00 INCOME. Premiums received during tbe year 9 104,411.01 Interest, rent and dividend,. . 7,717,42 Total Income 9 DIHIIURSEMENTS. Losses paid ilurlng the year, , .9 Expenses of adjustment and , settlement of losses .' Commissions or brokerage .... Salaries, fees and al other charges ot officer, cltrks, agents and employes Rents Advertising, printing and sta tionery, postage, etc Legal expenses,, furniture, fix tures and maps Underwriters' boards, Are de partment and salvage corps, fees, elc State, Insurance departments, taxes and fees All other disbursements, Total disbursements 9 LKDQEII ASSETS. Mortgage loans on real estate. 9 Cash In office and bank Agents' balances Other ledger assets 112,128.43 25,230.47 310.41 28,038.07 8,761.33 ' 700.00 2,001.23 381.03 2,780.44 2,406.75 1,310.80 72,037.43 181,700.00 20,046.60 13,040.12 000.00 Total ledger assets 9 310,003,81 NON LKDOER ASSETS. Interest due and accrued . . , . .9 1,7PO,01 Other non ledger assets ' 2,021.25 Oross assets 9 220.107,07 DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. Agents' balances over three months due ...9203.00 Other unadmitted assets 800.00 9 1,005.60 Total admitted assets . ,,t 210,011,38 LIAIIILITIES. tosses adjusted and unpaid, ,.9 3,231,33 Total unearned iiremlums , , , , 80,180,13 Commissions mul brokcrngu , , , 458.88 llclnsurnnco premiums 5,835.00 Total liabilities ." M,700.28 JIU.HI.NT.K.S IN ILLINOIS Total risks tnkeu during tho year .'. ? 3,001,111.31 Total picmlmn locclved dur ing tho year ,. 31,010.01 Total losses Incurred during tho year 7.810.0) JOHN SIIEI'ECK. President K A. KHKIILA, secrttary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of January. 1008. LEE W. MKTZNKH. . HIV .1 ' - M.i... 1I..I.U. '