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CRIffITH -LOS
TO PITURE UR!
WRfff58INSTON
Crack Skipper of Siver Sheet
S ee Fibn Possibilites in
Historic Figurs.
D. W. Grifth was aelndt in
4 foer of the Riulto Theater lset
slght when appreashed for s Ia.
terview. Mu. Griffith was Pesting
from an Impromptu speec he had
just made to the patrons of "Or.
phans ot the Sterm."
',The writer approsehed him wt
an ezprussion on his face that must
have shown "the inquiring reporter.
every day he asks five questions."
"Yes," sad D. W. G.. ready to
it over With.
"3'rst off," we 4u aid1 dowat
at e p gp t th
e You to r r itr
I~ don ko.
"We promptly told in that a. it
e mell between pital sand labor
would be "very Interesting." -
"e% " sond the vteMn of the
isen. "but suppose It didn't ge
ato *ou know that a produea
Of the speaking sta
his Ideas for a, Valtir tthus
dollars a try. I he rs an fa"
and it turns oum a failure he am
fW aa". But with a picthno eeo
JM a million dollars or more he
Must be sure of his plOy. and ftr
thermon, he must be certain ot
Iks appa to mihlens.
- "This ploesit picture has JUst
ospeed In lndon and it to going
ever there in a I way. You Iee
tie, English ame little nSame the
Prnen revolution and its asaocla
Playst we mp r 1Opar3t*i of
the yta'-crrea its appeal to
hem a ptIet of eae
More Ifitlmately. thn tdoshe"*P*
,We Insisted that Mr. Griffith
rfght give us an American histor
SIa play, with all the talthfulneUs
tfdetall he has In his V1eset pit
ture.
"You know I've been th.i.0 i
Good as gtn." hAma
T b reading over a great
many books-on the Watther of Our~
Country, and the thing to faemolnAti
lbs. but It will have to be a play.
to I mid before, that will carrv
Its appeal to millions. And, as a
matter of fat. It Would be V0ry
dificult to dramnate Washington'
lIde tor the sareon."
.We asked the Crack 1ipper of
%bs Sliver Sheet one more.
"What &but the German films?"
Mr. Griffith smIle
"What about them? Nothing oe
4pt the last ones have lost a lot
41money," he maid.
Some onq asked him, at this
= ,,t.Just how h, reproduoed the
gresof Paoris-not the houses,
but the paying blocks In the
crooked lanes or the city on the
SeinId
T0*Ta
sum
GV D-0OIN
TEETH
BAIL PLAYRS ARE
soyh
SLU95 ,WAS
AT a Ar 1
Tim A3M
T146 Ykpa 6
.f CHURCH, DIAS
Mo ratoi ociety
"THE Y#L
S ciety.. an eo:te 1
S.L1.ERISON
CHORALlMASTER
OF CHURCH, DIES
Was Well-known Figure In
Conoert, Reotai and
Opera Ciroles.
SifniseIoy rghao.r isr
enductor of the Washington Choral
101*,016eon f the mot po
Born in London fifty4hree years
ago, Mr. Wrightson had been a reel
dent of this city for the past twenty
er was educated at at. Paul'
Ctheroae Choir Achool In London
and traveled abroad for three as.
Comng to thie eountr he PIae
prominent part in the formation of
choral groups nChicago and West
Virginia, becomin dean f the school
of mulio at the University of West
Virginia In 19I.
He organised and was sletted presi
dent of the Washington Collegfe of
Music in June, 1904, and was honor
ary musical director at the James
town Exposition in 1k0. He was
mangerofthe Washington l1ym
phony Orchestra and was one of the
three men who financed its defloit.
Mr. Wrightson was for ten yewrs
director of the choir of the Church
of the Covenant and was also con
dutor at the Washington Concert
hoir. He conducted a studio at 12
Connecticut avenue northwest. His
bome was at 16 *izteenth street
nortbhwegL
Surviving him are his widow, two
sons, and a daughter. The funeral
srvise will be held at 2 p. in. to
orrow at the Church of the Coven
ant, with Intrment In Rock Creek
MirTH8 REPORTED.
John T cad matret Campbell, girt.
6 111 a ' oal il boy.
James A as INS l. e tR, bY.
6 %=IS a* sod Nax. JctbOe. by
Joa" ltn d . Hurlletg ber.
...1. v a . shis boy.
12ari Ass Green, gi.
A E PO RTE
..hn J4AL g~ rot 497r..40
adtu egoarrieft. bey.
a T girt.
a asSl irmte, lue..test19het.ar
geesg . .ad Annie Creekl. ro..
LICUNSZD TO MARRY.
Miller Caln 2 sad Margaret Kuser.
INA.ts . mea. al.. less tarea
Fri . ofl1iamdrea, 11. D. The Rev.
0.we,a EWA = c4CrIe
The 1W.g
PAIAGESYOU
JehlumbjagbeY r.460
wh$iees 1(
Dimealav1: W, I pt.13 tha.
pear 5ts~au lzr3 t. -nd
NOT TE ONLY OU
- bI
LAWr
hIVLL
4k-t. o0MMe t40 AY
Mourned Choral Mster
At Church of
Covanant.
SIDNEY L. WUI0G'bKN
Wlidey-kown eher reoer, mad
eendmetr of the WadMagein Omo
torle soeety, who died yete*r
at Oarn m epItal febwlas an
extended illnes,
Mattis Franklin, ac yri. 3er. Regp.
Carrio Ta o,8m. .Is
Ae lia Wormley, 13 i'rs., ~ra aye
aw.
Ferr W. Puller, T& res., Stoddard,
"b 5"S ~ie~ ielg at..
ary a ob . 1days at Park a&
'ARAN PRINCE' REPUDIATED
BY ORIENTAL UNIVERSITY
The 'Prinoe of Aran," who M
said to operate a "three-mlan P&
pue" In the suburbs of Blis,
no ounnbction with the Or al
University of Washington. H. P.
Holler, president of that organies
Uon, declared today.
According to Holler, Karl Trep
tag, " prinee," i0 a dentist. and
Ia one of the leadere of the Aran
movement, which hm developed
from fahalsm. Freyag. It Is Md.
claimne be to a BerNa representative
of the Oriental tnivesity. sh
Ia not the fact, HoU md.
TIME CHANOE IN PARiS
RESULTS IN CONFUSION
PARIN. March 21-Putting iota
operaton of 'bualift oiw" reult
in the procession ~1 it r
to proceed to a chosen potit for
the celebration of the centenary of
the birth of Henry Muger, a French
writer, arriving after the oerenoa"
had ended.
There also was a 0p0M attasend
ance in churchce and at other aeet.
lngs owing to the mettling of the
Clock forward an hour.
CHURCH RECTOft SNUBS
PREMIER LLOYD CEOROR
LONDON, March 37.--Prntier
Lloyd George was severely enut~d
yesterday by the -reoor of the
Oriccith Anglican Church, who t'e.
funed permission for thle 10al oholt
to sing Welsh melodies Ia his
chttrch for the prenater's bestent.
The choir 'mmde the Uetehe ot
anlnounoing the evet fleaet nd -
lag the rester'. peieloe aftew
ward. The hymns were ean n~
chapel,. accmln a ma
mOnium and the premier wae an
entranced listener.
Roanoke AlumnI Banquet.
Congresentan Jamne P. Wee
of Virginia. at the hrntl~l bmnt~ut
of the lcal branch of the Ranoki
Uot eeit uB t t
lauded the funetieni of the emtail
college In molding the charactera
of its etudenite, The Rev. J7. T.
Huddle was tomstmaster.
IA IAG K-Oa awN
at Pirne Wort Garfte~S~
eis mi brt at s Modc~a Teal
esltat s e t...t th .hnc ,,1
Yate.
MEMORIALS
we ..sm. a lesh.i.. aid ..eeu
et e sand ehemnaler.
Cab and -e hummese et uessse
msieee m ansasson enahme b
e- e~ee
014 P~asauth Mee M. V.
WNO RAIN m TEU
bQ 1AAP
M
1ALK.
BIG AUTO SHOW
IS MAGNET FOR
GHEAT CROWDS
Exposition Comprises Seventy
ExhlM and Nearly Every
Make of Car.
Amlthar ftnnA croft thoonWa
convention wall this afleraos to
attbi the Autooble fteow bieb
ben miatu,4f lgt ad will Con
.ti.e until et gmndanit.
'1isev'. stinv L05'. t**
Is ISr re w it s ft re at
hw.. =e. ateor than any ever
t.. .n the .Tti ..th
meta. p.. .. ... . .
MWe 49 0"t04 A60ftoies Wasuin
t,eo .t ele.,ushn.et.
two . and dSti. .tri
.ltadhe.y deoted bl. This
.omptus aensemble, too.bo' with
MatisM plo1tme ohlbitleos pertaln
to the audanlve indstw". a
nuffl fiaralsffd by to avetros,
mke upa ntersing and educe
how zwhiwedum"edl Will
atttact evry Washiltefaln Who
owns acar or Is plannung to owi
tiemlfou o
am nte n ot0v Inventive gslus
OSon inat the show are such as
to anlm old the Interest of all
spoetaters. chue of All types a&d
Dt~ce~v~lngfrom Us$5 to $10.0".
=%ofSad every tae can be
tufts ot the vUcoua models are
mo ntesstngly emphsisedl in
06a11 Ifttauios, &Wi attention is strik.
1810Y Inilted to the multiple Inne
W-n, for :,.. of line. omfort.
Oftisiefoy. **volality, ado ego
SMY that difteftlsto this year's
hsdls romthose of Previous yar.
Ths nale the prospoctivepu
ebassr to vlmasllss easety What, th
PNtetIWItlJ4? of his new insehlne
Will be and faclitates his ud a
5POei= is othe V tae ~tb
cAdgdove anncsaydvi
a afiowigs rym in te
=os f en fte I n
emad 1twa 4e talet mth at O
I = 01 abCWol Ite hies.~ 1
1of1,1 the imes andte o t"
asltofmnotiIvetie.mu
too usdifou s orv o use e
T frt th ught 6" the a ',to
f tlatS' hm a r Is TC
to D! A) MY
ALL "T44Et,
Aft Ab %ACT -7.
I s~SLLS .
! A4A h6 IMF
PEAr7 -se
Cottage City Fi Boy
"Go Big' at First
RelWorkout
COTTAGE CITY ULF arch
sV-n.j 04 c. ity 1
~~ rou=6stio one
aeir first turn out.
d out fn the offidal red
sjhi and rubber boots,
the organization turned oot to 2
man, under Chief Ray Bar
threaten ome an Centrfal
avenue Hamilton street.
The department got its first
baptism under fire and the brand
new bos is not the immaculate
virginal len it was day
morning. ie fire.-- 't why
worry about sich unimportant
thing. as hat?
COMING STRIKE
TO BE FINISHED
FIGHT, IS BELIEF
0ov*rnme*nt to Hold Aloof In
Effort to Force aL
Showdown.
By GEORGE R. HOLMES,
inerstIsee Neo"s servise.
The national coal strike is Inevi
table and it will be a long drawn
out affair, lasting probably three
months, perhaps longer, according
to a prediction made today by a
Cabinet officer.
A canvas of sentiment among
other members of the Cabinet,
minor officials in close touch with
the situation, and labor leaders r
vgaled that this opinion is shared
generally.
The Government is going to hold
itself entirely aloof for the time
being, it was said. Until the Admin.
istration's hand Is forced either
through acts of violence or by acute
public suffering, no remedial action
Will be taken, and Washingtog will
stand on the sidelines to Watdh the
"tet of strength" between operators
and miners.
Out of the conflicting aims of all
parties to the controversy, the feel
bocame increasing aprarent today
that there isa u eral desire that
this hall be m th occasion for
the log.thieatened showdown. Rep
aWeenttives of the mine owners In
Washington frankly declare tb
want it now rather than later. Con.
ditions it was appointed out, were
cOnomt have informed Presi.
ds~lt Htarding that the Unaited gtatei
has lest moat of Its esport ooal
busines in no lat yea bea oec
and 16bor. Gonte Administration of
tietal believe, that a long drawn out
struggle between the mine owhnr
and the inflrs will bring aboul
cheaper production.
FARMER KILLS HIMSELF
WIFE AND MOTHER-4N-LAM
MARIETTA, Ohio, March 37.
Dewey Britton. twenty-three years
old, a farmer living near Torch
Atbenis county, yesterday shot and
killed his seventeen-yeeasold wifi
and her niOther, Mrs. Itoy Clarke
fifty years old, and- then ended hli
own life with a shotgun. NeIigh
bets who arrived shortly after thi
shooting found the thrqq bodies ir
the house and yard with the Brit
tons' baby daughter crying in I
The tragedy occure when Mrs
Blritton, who had been separated
from her husband. camne to thi
house with her n othe toarrang
~ere were no witnesses to thi
affair, Britten havine discharged I
termhand shortly before, telling hin
that his wife wa. cothin and hi
intended to shoot her. Thes farm
hand went for help, but the shoot
Ing had ooeurred before he couli
return.
BUROLARS STEAL $800
AT BRIDE'S RECEPTIOP
TORE, Pa., March 37.--While ths
@ogrega~tien of the First Methedis
. ureh was holdinL an informs
reesp~ for the bri of the pastrn
a he . . I art, a burgia
I brke into the pastorie study ani
Beee a baet .et*Jig bete
leated at the morning services.
i The colleetore had placed th
. money in the usual place, expectin
a the pastor to follow immediatel
and take poinpselon of it. The fm
|- caption to M. Wart detained hit
l' and the burglar had no trouble I;
matetag a olaan getaway.
Sam~e
VVAI Axs @WuN
se_" A MY
sooL
Jean Eliot's News
Of Capital Society
(ontinued fro Pago T.)
11, by Mother Chapter, No. 5, 0. E.
N., MA"E2Elsa B. McCord, matron, are
near completion.
Mrs. Edgar B. Meritt, general
Cbairman, reports gratify~Ing results
frM the' 0ale of tickets. The -hair
Men Of the several committeee are:
Patronesses. Mrs. Charles H. Cecil;
primes, Mrs. D. P. Bush; tickets, Mrs.
Joseh DPhillips; arrangements,
MissMabL K. Botsch; candy, Mrs.
IP. W. Gibbon. . There will be :rises
for each table.
Dunis Dean, who to in Washington
for the week, Is registered at the
Washington Hotel.
The junior prom of the George
town Law School Will be hold at
the Now Willard on Wednesday,
April 11, and bids fair to be one of
the interesting events of the spring
sason. Lary r. Hardy in general
chairman of the committee on ar.
rangements, and the chairmen of
the suboommittees are John D.
Harvey, Major Saunders, Edward
Hastings, John Daly, Timothy Daly,
Frank Daly, J. Jr. Moore and Victor
Houston.
The patrons and patronesses arn:
Senator and Mrs. E11dwin 8. Brous
sard, Senator and Mrs. Pat Harri
son, Senator David I. Walsh, Mr.
and Mrs. James O'Connor, Mr. and
Mrs. John Rober, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
M. Foster, Mrs. G. E. Carson, Mrs.
James McCahill, Chief Justice and
Mrs. Constantine J. Smyth, Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Hamilton, Hugh J.
Fegan,- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph A.
Hoehli #, Mr. sAd Mrs. J. S. Eaby
-a'
Smith, . and Mrs. Henry S. Bou
tell, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel W.
O'Donoghue, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
A. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
PerrT, Mr. and Mrn. Michael M.
Doyle, Albert Mogwin, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert A. Maurer and Mr. and Mrs.
Boyd. t
On account of the continued illness
of Duncan C. P. Phillips, the en.
-4
ten lDtures which was to have been
given at hi residence tomorrow ha
been indefinitely postponed.
The Rev. Florence Buck, D. D., of
the deprtment of religious edu
tion, American Unitarian Association
Is the guest of Mrs. Charles Wesley
Keyes, 102 Wyoing avenue.
The Interest displayed by Mrs.
Harding. Mrs. William Howard Taft
and other prominent women In the
Washington Animal Rescue League
assumed the success of its forthcom
Ing bridge party. The function Will
take place at Wardman trk hotel
on Wednesday, and table reervationo
are In charge of Miss Lydia Biddle,
of 1786 N street. Contributions of
valuable priss and aos have bee
received, and many persons have pur
chased tables and given them to dbu.
tante, who are forming small parti
for the oceaMon. Players are r.
Mrues torg Hion Huh he
peants Mrdg and Mrs. Adrewh A
Caodeln, Mr. Cad rboda. J. ab
Tal Wr.man's.atnl ond
tonogsrrngin ad Mers. of rtda
th exndtion and thliretrai
Onfatcounteoutthe continued, besn
ofhanwn C.l sP.a Ponps "The Ln
-4
The RDvstrce Boumbk, C.Donge
the Meotheant oPareli-ToachedcAs
eltion Ameillanl anutahan scatithn
Keys, 1102 o mingsavenue.4a
The intrespaty diorlae bynfi Mr
Whingtion Aal su Leagu Cnev
asoond Amas ndthe sucs fisfrhmn
iEducation parity Thelfbncthondwil
teplatWardman Park hotesa, pil1
onWes.aathrnd table Hurpreo
areen chathe ofasgo brdanc Didl
ofh1i5s ognstre.Cnrbtions ara 01
thluable pmay Mash Jhave bee
rcairmdand man patrsons ave urc
cetalsatd givens Nane tordenu
tJobei . ho aE. formi m, s mal t
for thie ccaomtt. Paeste t
Mss Charinia . Cael. an Mrs
Ben tn Naioaltea; m il.in
Congres challa otale w ith te
byarens. AudgertP and Mrse
Heengdma tak tond gind ai
the forndatie under the supeviio
of Mrh. Aeetv cmmtte, assinto
nbnyo Mridayh CApild, when E.
Boernerl Ms.ea on Ae Dainett
The Wistrct'o Clubi oneed
ctiwill hold n~ luceng art
ro8,a'c o'lockt.h om
The. cavrly orheanfit Ed
thmtor.aDr ergu. tohCnston<
-utorAim a nd d trih Humaniv
Edato llomunty woll be heln
Mrs Kanintyhrne LnHuba." One <
t his oatestipaio, wischhairman oi
th ard arty:s wil. Jee e
,etsaste by Ms. Harie Green
of parice Jarvits, as Latenc
bywnrs. Abr olrad~
A9 MZ'EAP, 1
S.Aow so CAM
MAACE WHE SMO')4
bALL S M0 Wy PE
hwUEPIaH j
ULSTER PARLEY
TO BE CALLED
ON WEDNESDAY
(Continued from First Page.)
today to attempt to pacify Ireland
and prevent civil war between
Ulster province and the Irish Free
State.
. It was expected that the premier
would confer with King George on
both the Irish situation and plane
for the Genoa conference before
making any decisions.
Colonial Secretary Win ston
Churchill announced in the House of
Commons that the Irish peace parley
would open on Wednesday.
Gen. Sir Nevil MacReady, com
mander of the British forces in
Ulster, telegraphed this evening that
the Ulster border situation was quiet
ing down.
A solution of the new Irish crisis
has been rendered doubly difficult
by two new elements:
- 1. The mutinous conduct of the
Irish republican army in holding
a military convention In defiance
of the orders of the Irish pro
visional government at Dublin.
2. The guerrilla warfare of the
Ulster border, which has grown
in intensity during the last fort
night.
The premier and his colleagues
in the cabinet did not have either
of these dangerous problems to con
tend with when the Irish treaty
was being concluded.
The Irish office was advised that
about one-third of the Irish repub
lican army supported the convention
held in Dublin Sunday. it Is
understood that the British govern
ment will urge upon the Irish pro
visional government drastic mass
ures to put down the Irish ex
tremists.
Free State Officials
Await Developments;
Discount Rebel Claim
By DANIEL O'ONNELL,
Intenats&eal News Soallee.
DUBLIN, March 27.-While the
moderate Irish press today pre
fessed to see in the Irish republic
ar. army convention an attempt
to institute a military dictatorship.
the Irish provisional government
made no decisive move to annul the
effects of the convention, but as
sumed an attitude of watchful wait
ing. G5
To FIlN Rebel Gap.
It In understood that Richard
Mulcahy, minister of defense in the
Irish provisional government, will
take steps to enlist loyal men to
fill the plaoes of the rebellious
members of the I. R. A., who held
the convention in defiance of the
orders of President Arthur Griffith
and the wishes of Michael Collins.
Oficials of the Irish provisional
government said that 'o move
would be made which would be
Ilikely to lead to a clsh and bring
about actual fighting between the
rival factIOns of the army.
The Irish provisional government
will await some overt act on the
part of the "rebels" before taking
any action.
Collins, Griffith, and Mulcahy are
all confident that the bulk of the
I. R. A. is loyal to the Irish pro
visional government despite the
claim of ~oderick O'Connor, chief
engineer of the I. R. A.,* that the
majority of the army support the
republic.
Perl seenm in Boyee66.
It is feared that the attemnpts of
athe "rebel" faction of the army to
- enforce a boycott agains~t Ulster
province will lead to Increased trou
ble. on the frontier.
Collins sMai he would leave for
ILondon tonight
nlU ItH ot keys lest oni way fromera e
a C st. 5. w. to Georgetown. Returm
CAIIERA-At OctdentallRestaurmnt or
'o e eamera. h'uone sinses. se
GRAY TIROI heRS-Baturda night onr
t. Rtetur Nto 1l1 V ,. a* toe
- ceive rewprd. Nortih 6241.
bLINEN POCKET, containing jeweiry.
LFinder *ug este aont. ofe reward
Iwho telephoned please communleat,
again.*
P11N-D. A. Rt. namne on back; Mondar;
63 rs.eward., M alp 050.0 br. 112.
F!ogd._
PotN'tR boiin Dupont eirole. Prtdas
REAL FSTATE LOANS.
LOANS-First and uecond mortgages 1st
s00 2 puca a nteo ught J MI
MONEY TO LOAN.
pnit ever aperio o ten er.h~
I sefin the oa priod, the debt se
*t m&[,iasmunpad wil be eamoaled
a ,1a iet us have your applicatlee.
SWM. a yog aco.,
rir euadr the Ditict l -
lmba Caswseded JUne -0 1903.
and Aq 6, 191.L
Cai tSWk, paid us, is
cash ..........- 340,0000
ABSTS.
Ofsh * e-...... , ,
Cask In bank....... N
e V esat ....... - 4T 31
Iseal s at mrtge
Intret de ad aesteed.... l13, a
Al ether assets:.......... 1.066.639 99
'Total Assets ............ 5649,818 Is
LIABILITIE.
Net unpaid elaias. ......... .872 SO
Reserve as required by law 1,369.56 96
salarie, r e a t s expenses.
ta s e.............. 86.T6ST
mash dividemda remainlg
uaid ................... ",194N
M'oter ibelities:.... .U f6 ii
Total Labilitie ......... 8. 1 6
hraeter of busines trans t d"
Weg the year 1931: Old Line Life INr
ae.
Amount of risk assumed
during the year 1931... .1I.661T,100
Lasec sustained during the
year 1931................ 341.48018
Money received during the
year 1931. ............ .1TT.108 36
Erended during the Year
11 ................ 2.166.12" 24
CMAS. 0. jAYLOR. Jr.. Vice president.
ROy M . JONES, eoretary.
SubserIbed and sworn to before me
11th f March 19323.
(eel.) UDE C. PARMUR.
Notary Public.
my commission espires October 14. 13.
Garnett Lee
Writes
ATLANTIC LIFE
Honestly, it's the best policy
9th Floor, Munsey Bldg.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
of the
AMERICAN INDEMNITY
COMPANY
of GaIvestoa, Tex.
On the 31st day of December 1931. as
required under the District ofiolumbia
Code, amended June s0, 190. and Au
gust 13. 1911.
Capital stock ................ 1600,000 00
Capital stock, paid up. in each 634.000 0
ASSETS.
Cash in bank................ 416.33 116
Real estate mortgages (first
lien) .................... .t0,33? 33
Stocks and bond. (market
value) ................... 1.011,08014
Premums uneotlected and in
hands of agents ......... .62.27 14
Interest due and .c.rued.... 30.88 00
All other assets Reinsurance
recoverable on paid losses. 4,31 36
Total assets............3. 1.89,63T 4T
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims .......... S33,733
Reserve as required by low 281310 3
Salaries, rents. expenses.
taxes, t............... .. 12.641 10
Comnlissof. brokerage. etc. 16.6 32
Capital stock.. .... .........600.000 so
All other liabilitie: Reserv.e
for losses not reported ... ,0 00
Surplus over all liabilities 4...00 4 o
Total liabilities.......... 139.03T 47
Character of business transacted dur
ing the year 19321: Casualty lasutance
Fidelity and Surety.
SEALY HUTCHINGS, President.
H. ECONOMIDY, Aset. secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
14th day of March. 19223.
(Seal) NELLIE D. CURTIN.
Notary Public in and for Galveston
County. Tex.
My commission espires June 1. 1913.
STATEMENT OF THU CONDIIWN
OF THE
FEDERAL MUTUAL LIABILITY
INSURANCE COMPANY
of Boston, Mawa.
On the sot day of December. 1931. as
required under the District of Colum
bia Code, amended June 30. 193, and
August 1. 1911.
AUHUTS.
Cash in bank............... 330.4094
Stocks and bonds (market
value) .................... .oo.,u. " 8
Premiums uncollected and in
hands of agents .......... 471.T73 66
Interest due and accrued. ... 14,33 91
All other assets: Reinsurance
paid in advance............ .,.1 is
Total assets............... 2,341.11 26
I.TABILITIES.
Net ,apaid claims .......... .333.0000
Reserve as required by law.. 32.991 51
Estimated investigation and
adjustment expense ...... 3.400009
Reinsurance premiums....... 14111 t
Salaries, rents, expenses.
A.. etc 1t.................. 36t" 82
All other labilities; U'nearn
Ie remium............. 491.40319
Uit states Shipping Board
accounts .................. 11S.13W 21
Total liabilities........... 163 640 01
Character of businese transacted dur
ng the year 1931: Workmen'. compenb.
tion employers and public liability, auto
liability, auto and teams property dam
niums received during
the year 1931... .. .. . . . . . 1.6,0833
Lossee paid during the year
131......................3,131TS
CH4 A.. BI. JOPP, President.
WM. 36. flURCH. Secretary.
Bubscribed and sworn to before me this
1th day of February. 1933.
(Seal.) HERMAN H4. WIETINO,
Notary Pubiio.
(My commisslon espires June 32. 1336.)
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION9
OF THlE
STAR LIFE INSURANCE COM
PAN'Y OF AMERICA.
On the 31st di, of December. 1931. aS
required useder the District of Co
lutnbla Cede, amended .June 34. 1903.
and August 13, 1911.
Capital Stock.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . 3,000 09
-Gapital Stock, paid up. in cash. 336,00009
ASSETS. o
ash in Office. .................3357039$
sh in bank.. .................4.6 31
eal estate............. ....18.000 00
tocks and ?Ionds (Mfarket
value). . . ........ . 31,6. 09
All other st- I'ncoilntle
deret-red pr'emiutmet .... 303
furniture. tatures, etc... 1.100
Total Assets................Ol,11 4
b[IA RIl.IT iES.
Net uinpaid clu tns....... . . . 35?
less. 'e as re'aredi by law..1lin232
iciarles, rents esponsee. tanee,
etc........ ..............jt'. 50
Capital stock ..................25,0 00
All other iabilities: Agents
Cash Bonlda.....---.........1.06630
Total Liabiitte3............46,,I2 62
Character of business transacted diur
ing the year 19321: Life, Health and
Acc it istiCance.
Amount of risk assumed dur
ing the year 1331......32,13.188 03
Losee sustained during the
year 1931............... 164.333 13
Money received durinig the
year 1921...................30.06306
Expended during the year
1021.....,...................69,493 67
Cl1f). PW. MILLER, Pvashlett.
EZRA C. MTLLE14, Secretary.
hlubecribed anti aworn to before me
this 23d1 day ci March 1923.
(Seal.) N. Rt SM~I
Notary I'ubio.
-MUNICAL INTRUOOS.
PIANO LEUBONWEeginnera preferrd
by grauate ef Toronto Cotlged
Musics a adrems Champlain. Apt. 5. Alab
pay at partiee asd WeddinsU b aPe
pintmeat.
PROPOAIA____
iEA LED fiitOSAL5.in du plcate, will
beCivedJin te Office of the Chief
1st. and Pa. ave. N. W,. Washington.O
IC., until 3 e-cleok p. mn. March 30, 1933
and then opened, for one eiculattag ma
chine. automatit. ,lectr.., for use in tb
Departme~nt of tomnnee BlankO o
submitting proposals may' be obtaine
upon appliestioni to the Chief Clerk St
.1 th aov addreas.

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