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MARKETS
CATTLE PRICES
ARE STRONG
ftftL ulilvnU
Demand Good for Butchers and
Stackers Stuff—Good De
mand for Fat Hogs
ST. PAUL LIVE STOCK
SOUTH ST. PAIL. April 15.—Estimat
ed receipts at the Union stock yards to
day: Cattle,. 300; calves, CO; hogs. 2.000;
sheep. 23; cars, 35. Official receipts April
14: Cattle, 492; calves, 128; hogs, 2.688;
sheep, 312; cars, 60.
Hogs—Market strong to 5c higher; bulk,
$5.25*35.30. Representative sales:
Light, Mixed and Heavy—
No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
81 213 $5.35 66 224 $5.35
63 233 5.32"& 78 209 6.32%
S3 200 3.30 81. .'... 220 5.30
91 200 5.30 69 187 5.25
68 163 5.25 87..„.. 190 5.25
65...... 174 5.25 1
Underweights and Roughs
No. Ay. Price.JNo. Ay. Price.
1 stag.... 560 $4.5012-. 95 $4.25
4 100 4.25 lboar... 170 3.00
2 boars.. 200 2.75
Cattle— Killing stuff steady; good qual
ity stockera and feeders scarce; prices
quoted steady; common grades slow, and
weak. Representative sales:
Butcher Steers-
No. Ay. Price.{No. Ay. Price.
2 1165 $5.25] 2 1045 $4.75
3 1223 4.70 4 1010 4.65
14 -.1071 4.65 1 4 1137 ' 4.65
7 970 4.50 2 1030 4.00
Butcher Cows and Heifers —
No. . Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
1 1320 $4.50 2h.and5.1095 $4.00
12 1040 3.80 4 1017 I.M
2 896 3.50 3 946 3.25
2 995 3.00 4 960 2.75
2 985 2.65 2 1085 2.80
4 966 2.50 2 970 2.35
9 975 2.15 3- 760 1.78
Butcher Bulls-
No. Ay. Price.'No. ? Ay. Price.
v 1 1750 $3.40] 1 11520 $3.30
1 1780 3.15 3 .-.,.12*8 2.75
1 1380 2.65|
Veal Calves —
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
2 133 $4.75 4 127 $4.50
2 110 4.25] 8 200 3.00
Stock and Feeding Steers—
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
2 705 $4,251 2 1160 $4.10
3 870 3.85 7 850 * 3.75
9 761 3.5028 840 3.50
' 764 3.40 2 665 3.00
10 304 3.00! 8 781 2.95
- 625 2.40 2 480 2.35
2 220 2.00
Stock Cows and Heifers-
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
- 580 $2.40 2 250 $2.00
2.. .... 230 1.60) 3 283 1.50
Stock and Feeding Bulls—
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
1 790 $2.75 1 1220 $2.60
1 :... 830 2.25]
Milch Cows and Springers—
No. Kind. Price.
2 cows and 2 calves $65.00
J cow f.... 35.00
1 cow „ , 3 0 .00
Sheep—Good quality sheep and lambs
in demand at steady to strong prices.
Representative sales:
Killing Sheep and Lambs
No. Kind. Average. Price.
323 shorn western wethers.. ..l 2o $2.25
88 shorn western ewes ......105 5.00
Shippers—J. W. Goty, Sheldon, N. D.;
B. G. Wallace. Drayton. N. D.; A. Mattl
son, New Germany; Weinzierl Bros., St.
Bonifaclus; S. Hughes, Stanton; T. Bet
■selil, Savage.
. *-*
■•. „.---",
SIOUX CITY LIVE STOCK
- SIOUX CITY, la.. April I&.—Cattle-
Receipts, 500; Friday, 690; shipments, 457;
market steady. Sales:
Beeves— '
No. Ay. Price.JNo. Ay. Price.
12 1180 $5,001 8 11-80 $5.50
14.;..;;. 1340 5.90|
Cows and Heifers—
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
8... 940 $3.50! 7.7. 890 $4.25
10 1010 5.00;
Stockers and Feeders
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price
6 810 $3.75 6 920 $4.00
10 787 4.40|
Yearlings and Calves—
No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
8 420 $2.7510.. 620 $3.40
8 694 4.00!
Stock Heifers-
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
6 420 $2.25 8 740 $2.50
7..* 350 2.75
Bulls-
No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
1 1150 $2.75 1 1064 $3.25
1 1820 4.00
Hogs—Receipts, 2.600; Friday. 3,760;
shipments, 853; market 5c higher. Sales:
No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
02 ISO $5.2063 220 $5.25 '
69 528 5.3560 290 5.37%
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, April 15Cattle—Receipts,
600; steady; good to prime steers, $6.00®
6..5; medium. $4.6005.75; stockers and
feeders, $2.5005.10; cows, $2.6005.60;
heifers, $3.0006.00; canners, $1.6003.00:
bulls. $2.5004.90; calves. $3.0007.00.
Hogs—Receipts, 13.000; Monday. 40.000:
market slow and steady; mixed and
butcher, 4 505.60; good to choice
KeA v. y'.-J5 .'.57^r ,?:i?.* 65J rough heavy. $5.35®
6.60; light. $5.3505.57%; bulk of sales',
$5.52", 2 ®5.57%. Sheepßeceipts, 2 500
--sheep and lambs are steady; good to
choice wethers, $5.6006; fair to choice
mixed, $4.5005.00; western sheep. $1 50®
6.85; native lambs, $4.3004.75
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET
Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn—
Barrett & Zimmerman report a consider
able lack of buyers in comparison with
the large supplies on hand. The last two
days dullness weakened the values of all
kinds of horses. Retail trade increasing
but the wholesale trade showed a decrease
in all branches of the market Values*
Drafters, extra $175®200
Drafters, choice . 1500175
Drafters, common to good 1250175
Farm mares, extra 1250145
Farm mares, choice '/_ 1000 125
Farm mares, common to good 650100
HIDES. PELTS. WOOL, ETC.
Quotations furnished by D. Bergman &
Co., St. Paul: -7 .':'. yr
Green salted heavy steer hides, 60 lbs
No d -,up i N 1,„ 10c: No- 2 ' »c; branded.
No. 1,.9c;.N0. 2, Be. ■*""««.
Green salted cow hides. 25 lbs and up.
No. 1, 9%c; No. 2, B%c; branded. No. 1.
B%c; No. 2, 7%c. m
Green salted bulls, stags and PXen* No.
1, 8c; No. 2, 7c.
Green salted veal calf skins, 8 to 16 lbs
No. 1, 13c; No. 2. ll%c; kip. 15 to 25 lbs
No. 1. 10*ic; No. 2, foe. IDS '
, I .Green salted long haired kip. 8 to 25
lbs. No. 1, 4 c; No. 2, Be. v-.7?
Green .salted deacons, under 8 lbs. No
1, 60c; No. 2, 60c. -*• *wo*
Green salted slunk skins, No 1 20c
Green salted glue stock. 3%c '
Gren salted horse hides (large) No 1
$1.2503.36; No. 2, $2.00; small Ind ponies
No. 1. $1.50: No. 2. $1.00. ponies,
Green and frozen hides, lc to l%e less
than salt cured. ™W"VT**
Dry Montana butcher hides, short trim
med, heavy. No. 1-2, 16017 c; light No
1-2. 13014 c: long trimmed, heavy. No 1-2
15016 c; light. No- 1-2. 13c. ~- '
Dry fallen or murrain hides, all sections
No. 1, 12013 c. - '
Dry salted hides. No. 1, 12c; No. 2 10c
Dry Minnesota. Wisconsin and Dakota
hides. 12 lbs and up, No. 1, 12% c* No. 2,
lie. ";."-..
.Dry calf skins. No. 1, 16c; No. 2. 14c '~
Dry kip skins. No. 1, 12®14c; No 2
lie. ■■ ..." * - '
Dry glue stock. 6c.
Rendered -tallow. No. 1, 4%c; No. 2.
IYaC, , . . .
Grease, No. 1. 4c; No. 2, 3c- -• '-"
Rough tallow, l%c.
Sheep pelts, green, large. $1 to $1.40;
dry, territory butcher, [email protected] per lb act
ual weight; dry. territory murrain. 120
14c per lb actual weight; dry shearing. 7c
to 10c per lb actual weight.
Wool, unwashed, Minnesota and Wis
consin, 18c to 24c per lb; unwashed, Da
kota. 17c to 22c per lb.
Deerskins, dry. 25c to 40c per lb; green.
12% cto 15c per lb.
Ginseng, $6.7507.50.
Seneca root. to 56c. :-7Vy-v,
Bear, black, No. 1 large. $19.00: No. 1
medium, $16.00; No. 1 small, $12.00: cubs.
No. 1 large, $7.00: No.. 1 medium. $6.00;
..°y ,** small. $4.50; brown. No. 1 large.
i 3. 4*vS 0; *-**£ ** medium. $10.50: No. 1 small.
JS.OO; cubs. No. 1 large. $5.00: No. 1
medium, $4.00; No 1 small. $2.25.
Badger, No. 1 large. $1.25; No. 1
medium, $-.00; No. 1 small. 75 c .
» Beaver. No. 1 large. $7.50: No. 1 me
dium. $4.50; No. 1 small. $2.50.
-Fisher. No. l large. $7.50; No. l me
dium. $6.00; No. 1 small. $5.00.
Fox, s.'iver. No. 1 large. $200; No. 1
medium. $100: No. 1 smail. $$5.00; cross.
No. J large. $8; No. 1 medium. JC.OO; No.
1 small. $1.00; gray. No. 1 large. $1.00;
No. medium. 65c; No. 1 small. 45c; red.
No. 1 large. $4.75; No. 1 medium. $3.50;
No. 1 small. $2.25; kits. No. 1 largo, 70c;
No. I medium, 50c; No. 1 small, 35c.
Otter, dark. No. 1 large. $18.00; No. 1
medium, $13.00; No. 1 small. $10.00;
brown and pale. No. 1 large. JS.OO; No. 1
medium. $6.00; No. 1 small. $5.00.
Mink. dark. No. 1 large. $3.50; No. 1
medium. $".50; No. 1 small. $2.90; brown
and pale. No. 1 large, $2.75; No. 1 me
dium. $2.00; No. * 1 small. $1.50.
Raccoon, No. 1 large. $1.76; Nc. 1 me
dium. $1.20: No. 1 small. 75c.
• Marten, dark. No ; 1 large, $20.00: No.
1 medium, $14.00; No. 1 small. $7.00;
brown. No 1 large, $9.00: No. 1 medium.
$5.00; No. 1 small. $4.00: pale. No. 1 large,
$5.00; No. 1 medium. $3.50; No. 1 small.
$2.50.
Wolverine. No. 1 large. $7.00: No. 1
medium. $5.00; No. 1 small, $4.00.
Weasels, white. No. 1 large. 50c; No. 1
medium. SOo; No. i small. 15c.
Murkrats, Wisconsin. large winter. 14c;
small winter and large fall, lie: small fall.
8c; Minnesota, large winter, lie; sm-fll
winter and large fall, 9c; small fall. 7c;
kits, 3c.
Skunk, black. No. 1 large. $1.75; No. 3
medium. $1.35; No. 1 small. $1.00; strip
ed, No. 1 large. $1.00; -No. 1 medium. 75c;
No. 1 small, 60c.
Wolf. No. 1 large. $2 50; No. 1 medium,
$1.50; No. 1 small. $1.00.
Above are quotations for prime No. 1
furs. Nos. 2. 3, 4 are unprime and worth
proportionately less. . ■'-„• -
PRODUCE MARKET
The quotations which follow are for
goods which changed hands in lots in the
open market. In tilling orders in order
to receive the best goods for shipment
and cover the cost incurred, an advance
over Jobbers' prices has to be charged.
Butter—Creamery—Extra. We; firsts.
27028 c. Dairies, extra. 24026 c; firsts,
24® 25c; renovated. 24%©25 c; rolls and
prints, 20c; packing stock, fresh, 20c;
grease, sc.
Cheese—Twins, fancy. 14U0i5c; twins
or flats, storage. lO011%c; Young Ameri
cas, fancy. l6*-4c; brick. No. 1, 15& c;
brick, No. 2. 11012 c; limburger. No. 1,
new, 15c; primost. No. 1. &c; pultost. 10c;
Swiss cheese. No. 1, wheel. 14®14%c;
Swiss cheese. No. 2. wheel, 13c.
Eggs— At mark, cases included, 15% c.
Beans—Choice to fancy, navy, per bu.
$1.3501.85; brown, fair to fancy, $1.75®
2.15.
Peas—Yellow peas, $1.25.
Potatoes—Home grown, car lots 22®
25c; sweet, brl. $3.5004.00.
Vegetablesßeets, per bu. 40c; . beets,
new. doz. 75c; cabbage, per lb. 2%®3c;
cauliflower, crate, $3.5004.00: carrots -, bu
40c; carrots, new. doz. 75c; California cel
ery, doz., $1.15; Florida, crate, $3.75- cu
cumbers, doz. $2.00; lettuce, home grown
doz, 35040 c; mint. doz. $1.00;. onions,
dozen bunches. 25030 c; onions, cwt. $2 25*
parsley, doz. 40c; pie plant, 50 lb box. $1.25;
radishes, dozen bunches, 65c; rutabagas,
bu. 40c; turnips, new. 75c; tomatoes,- Flor
ida, 6 basket crate, $6.00.
Grapes—Malagas, keg, $7.5008.00
Apples—Fancy varieties. $3.2504.00;
western box apples, $1.5001.75. -
Strawberries—24 pint, $2.50; Texas 24
quart, $4.50.
Cranberries Jerseys, brl. $6.7.00.
Bananas—Per bunch, as to size. $1,600
2.50. _ w
Lemons—California, per box. $2.50®
3.25; choice, $3.50. .
Oranges—Navels. $1.5004.00; Florida
grape fruit, $5.5006.00; California grape
fruit. $3.50. - . . v
Dressed Meats—Veal, fancy, 7®7%c*
fair to good. 5%06c; mutton, country
dressed. 7%09c: fall lamb, round dressed
10011 c; spring lambs, pelts on, 17020 c.
Hogs—Country dressed. 554®6%c.
Live Poultry—Hens. 12012% c; mixed
chickens. ll®U*4c; old cocks. s®6c; tur
keys, 13c; ducks. [email protected]; geese. 9010 c.
ST. PAUL MARKETS
Feed and Meal— cornmeal and
cracked corn, ton, $16.75; ground feed
No. 1, two-thirds corn and one-third oats
$17.25; ground feed. No. 2, half corn and
half oats, $17.75; ground feed. No. 3, one
third corn and two-thirds oats. $18.25.
Bran and Shorts—Bran in bulk. $12.50 •
bran.- In sacks. 200 lbs, $13.75; bran in
sacks. 100 lbs, $14.25: standard middlings
in bulk. $13.00; standard middlings. 200
lb sacks, $13.75: standard middlings, 100
lb sacks, $11.25; middlings flour, bulk
$15.00; middlings flour, 100 lb sacks
$16.00; oil meal, per ton, $26.50.
Hayßeceipts. 5 cars; choice prairie
$8.75; No. 1 prairie. $7.7508.25; No. 2
prairie. $5.5006.25; No. 3 prairie, $5.00®
6.00; No. 1 midland, $4.5005.00; No 2
midland, $4.0005.00; choice timothy. $10.00-
No. 1 timothy. $9.0009.50; No. 2 timothy'
$7.5008.50; No. 8 timothy. $5.0006.00* No'
1 clover hay. $6.0007.00; No. 1 clover hay
mixed, $7.5008.50; No. 2 clover hay'
mixed. $5.0006.00; packing hay, $2.60®
5.00; no grade. $2.0002.50; rye straw No.
1. $6.0006.50; No. 2, $5.0006.00; wheat and
oat straw. $3.0004.25.
Flour—Patents, firsts, $5.9006.00; pat
ents, seconds, 45.7005.50; clears, firsts.
$4.4004.60; red dog, per ton, 140 lb sacks
$19.00.
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK. April 15.—The market for
coffee futures closed steady net unchang
ed to 5 points lower. Sales were report
ed cf 59,750 bags, including May at 6.36 c.
September at 6.7006.76 c. October, 6.75®
6.80 c, December. 7.00 c, January at 7.05 c
and March at 7.10 c. Spot Rio steady; No.
7 invoice, 7%c; mild quiet; Cordova, TO®
13c. Sugar—Raw steady; fair refining.
4>4c; centrifugal 96 test. 4%c; molasses
sugar. 4c; refined dull; No. 6. 5.05 c; No.
7. 5.50 c; No. 8. 5.40 c; No. 9. 6.35 c; No.
10. 5.30 c; No. 11. 5.70 c; No. 12, 5.15 c; No.
13, 5.05 c; No. 14, 5.00 c; confectioners A,
6.00 c; mold A, 6.50 c; cut loaf, 6.80 c;
crushed. 6.85 c; powdered, 6.25 c; granu
lated, 6.15 c; cubes, 6.40 c
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
NEW YORK. April 15.— statement
of averages of clearing house banks of
this city for the.week shows: Loans $1 -
099.611.100. increase $5.851.500; deposits
$1,139,702,000. increase $11,601,800: circu
lation $44,407,900. increase $287,500; legal
tenders $83,323,100. increase $650,600
--specie $219,954,800. increase $2,919 600*
reserve $294,277,900. increase $3.570 200*
reserve required $284,925,500. increase $*' -
900.325; surplus $9,352,400, Increase $6697
875; ex United States deposits ,$13,607,525.
increase $683,175.
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK. April Cotton futures
closed steady: April, 7.30 c; May 7 43c*
June, 7.36 c; July, 7.40 c; August. 7 44c*'
September. 7.45 c; October. 7.54 c; Novem
ber. 7.57 c; December, 7.60 c: January,
7.64 c. Spot closed quiet: middling up
lands. 7.85 c; middling gulf, B.lye; sales
none.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
NEW YORK. April 15.—Butter strong.
uncnanged; receipts. 2.812. Cheese steady
unchanged; receipts. 998; weekly exports.
5,490 boxes. Eggs quiet, unchanged; re
ceipts 16,955.
Farming by Irrigation a Sure Thing
Round trip .homeseekers* • tickets via
Northern Pacific Railway the first and
third Tuesdays in April. May and June
to Montana. Idaho and Washington. Low
rates, fine service In tourist sleeping cars.
George D. Rogers, Ticket agent. Fifth
and Robert streets. ■■-... w * "-*■•■"
$25.00 North Pacific Coast—s22.so to the
: *7 •? .7. Kootenay -. ■.'■••■
Every day until May 15 ' 1906. Ticket
Office, 379 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.
$27.75 to Galveston and Return
he Chicago Great Western Railway
will on April 18 run a special excursion
party to Southern Texas. Special party
sleeping car and diner. Chance for a de
lightful outing. For further information
apply to J. P..Elmer, G. P. A.. St. Paul
Minn.
$25.00 North Pacific Coast—s22.so to the
♦ .. Kootenay. \y
Every day , until May: 15, 1905. ' Ticket
Office. 379 Robert St., St. Paul, Mian.
TflE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. APRIL 16. 1905
FINANCIER REVIEWS
BANK STATEMENT
NEW YORK. April . 15.—The Finan
cier says this week: The official state
ment of the New York associated
banks was favorable: it not only re
ported a small gain in surplus reserve,
but an important increase in cash. The
gain in the latter was $3,570,200. or
about 1.000,000 greater than that which
was estimated upon the basis of the
traceable movements of money during
the week. This difference may be ac
counted for by the fact that some of
the large country banks surrendered
about this sum of public funds in an
ticipation of the maturity of the treas
ury call for such deposits. The loans
were increased $8,851,500, reflecting
augmented stock exchange borrowing
as the result of the buoyant specula
tion during the greater part of the
week: this increase in loans, it may be
quoted, reduced the net loss, through
contraction of this item since March 4
to $35,200,000. The deposits were aug
mented $11,601,300. which was $820,400
leas than the sum of the increase in
loans and the gain in cash; therefore
the statement showed a fairly good
balance.
The required reserve was increased
$2,900,325. the result of the augmented
deposits: deducting this sum from the
gain in cash, left $669,875 as the in
crease in surplus* reserve to $9,352,400.
•Computed upon the basis of deposits,
less those of $17,020,500 public funds,
the surplus is $13,607,525. The above
noted surrender of $1,000,000 of public
deposits and the fact that the banks so
turning over such funds anticipated
not only the maturity of the May 15,
but also of the July 1 Installment,
would seem to Indicate that these In
stitutions are desirous of making
available, as promptly as possible, the
released bonds against deposits foi use
as security for circulation. Probably
such surrenders of recalled public
funds will gradually increase in volume
in the near future. The statement
seems to confirm the impression which
has prevailed in the last fortnight that
the spring movement of currency hence
to the interior for crop planting pur
poses is not only over for the season,
but that the return tide has set in
and that it will Increase in volume,
thus contributing to an expansion of
cash resources of the banks. The daily
average of clearings for the week was
347.000,000, a gain of 6,000.000 com
pared with the previous week. The
clearings on Saturday, reflecting Fri
day's business, were $390,058,240. Com
parisons of changes in loans show that
eight banks gained $6,000,000 net; six
banks increased cash by $2,200,000 net.
- MONEYJEPORTS *
WASHINGTON '
WASHINGTON. April 15.—Today's
statement of the treasury balances in the
general fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000
gold reserve In the division of redemp
tion, shows: Available cash balance.
$137.805,089; gold, $69,583,671; silver $25.
--331.815. - .
NEW YORK
NEW YORK, April 15.—Prime mercan
tile paper. 404% per cent. Sterling ex
change firm, with actual business in bank
ers' bills at $4.86.1504.86.25 for demand,
and at $4. 4.84.45 for sixty day bills
posted rates. $4.85 and $4.87; commercial
bills. $4.-£4.84. Bar silver. 57-% c.
Mexican dollars. 44Wc. Government bonds
steady. Railroad bonds Arm. Money on
call, nominal: no loans- Time loans, easy;
sixty days. 3% per cent; 90 days and six
months, 3%@3*4.
LONDON
LONDON. April 15.—Supplies of money
are more "abundant in the market today
owing to the disbursements of $11,250,000
in dividends and interest. The demand
was slack. Discounts were easy. Prices
on the stock exchange were steady, but
the usual week end Idleness prevailed
and the attendance was small. Consols
had a slightly better tone. Americans
opened irregular, hardened to a fraction
above parity, became inactive and closed
quiet and firm. _ The features were Illi
nois Central and Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul, which were strong. Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul had a sharp rise.
Foreigners were apathetic, but fairly
steady. Imperial Japanese government
6s of 1904 were quoted at 101%. . Bullion
amounting to £100.000 was withdrawn
from the Bank of England today for ship
ment to Egypt. _
PARIS
PARIS. April 15.—Three per cent rentes,
99 francs 37% centimes for the account.
Exchange on London, 25 francs 16 cen
times for checks.
RAILROAD NOTICES
A Restful Trip
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will on April 18 run special excursion
party to fruits, flowers and rice planta
tions of southern Texas, the land of op
portunity; Galveston, peerless Queen of
the Gulf. $27.75 for the round trip. Spe
cial party sleeping car and diner. Low"
rates. For further information apply to
J. N. Storr. Gen'l Agt., Cor. sth and Rob
ert Sts.. St. Paul.
To Canadian Northwest Via Soo Line
Homeseekers' rates every Tuesday
Ticket Offlce, 379 Robert St., St. Paul.
Minn.
Buffet Library Cars to Winnipeg
The traveler to Winnipeg via the S>>o
Line has now the same luxurious accom
modations afforded by the best of the St.
Paul-Chicago Lines. The new Buffet
Library Cars are marvels of the carbuild
crs' art. exquisite In finish, superbly equip
ped with every convenience, the new
equipment is thoroughly appreciated by
the traveling public. Ticket Offlce. 379
Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.
Settlers' Rates Via Soo Line
To points in Manitoba. Ontario and As
siniboia via Winnipeg. Tickets on sale
every Tuesday in April. Ticket offlce",
379 Robert St., St. Paul. Minn.
A Restful Trip
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will on April 18 run special .excursion
party to fruits, flowers and rice planta
tions of Southern Texas, the land of op
portunity. Galveston, peerless Queen of
the Gulf; $27.75 for the round trip. Spe
cial party sleeping car and diner. Low
,£. %,*For f"rther information apply to
J. P. Elmer. G. P. A.. St. PauL Minn
$6.00 to Dakotas Via Soo Line. ::
Every Tuesday in April. Particulars at
Ticket Office, 379 Robert St. St. PauL
Minn.
Northern Pacific Homeseekers' Tickets
On sale every Tuesday In April, May and
June to Minnesota. North Dakota and
Canadian points. Ask about tourist car
rates and service. . George D. Rogers. City
Ticket office. Fifth and Robert streets.
$6.00 to Dakotas Via Soo Line .. :7
Every Tuesday In. April. Particulars at
Ticket Offlce, 379 Robert St., St. Paul,
Minn.
Buffet Library Cars to Winnipeg
The traveler to Winnipeg via the Soo
Line has now the same luxurious accom
modations afforded by the best of the
St. Paul-Chicago Lines. The new Buffet
Library Cars are marvels of the carbuild
ers' art. exquisite in finish, superbly equip
ped with every convenience, the new
equipment is thoroughly appreciated by
the traveling public. Ticket Office 379
Robert St., SL Paul, Minn
$27.75 to Galveston and Return
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will, on April 18 run a special excursion
party to southern Texas. Special party
sleeping car and diner. Chance for a de
lightful outing. For further Information
apply to J. N. Storr. Gen'l Agt., Cor. sth
& Robert .Sts., SL* PauL _
MICHIGAN FIRE AND MARINE IN
SURANCE COMPANY
Principal office. Detroit. Mich. (Or
ganized in 1881.) D. M. Ferry, president:
E. J. Booth, secretary. Attorney to ac
cept service in Minnesota, Insurance
Commissioner.
Cash capital $400,000.00
-'"^V" Income In 1904
Premiums other than perpet
n vnla $473,840.42
Rents and interest 45,616.19
Total income ... '. .....".... $519,456.61
Disbursements in 1904
Amount paid for losses $202,020.82
Dividends and interest 24.000.00
Ccmmissions and brokerage. 105,601.67
Salaries and fees of officers,
agents and employes . 15.-M15.60
Taxes, fees and rent 5....... 23.573.47
Loss on sale or maturity of
ledger assets r 9.821.29
All other disbursements 36.898.12
Total disbursements $417,723.97
Excess of income* over
disbursements 101.732.64
Assets Dec. 31. 1904 .'77
Value of real estate owned.. $102,785.99
Mortgage loans 664,236.27
Bonds and stocks owned... 109.055.74
Cash in office and in bank.. 64.265.00
Accrued interest and rents.. 11.673.19
Premiums- In course of col- ■ r
lection » -... 76.055.93
All other admitted assets... 2.393.81
Total admitted assets .... $1,030,465.93
' ~7'- Liabilities Dec. 31, 1904
Unpaid losses and claims.... $40,589.50
Reinsurance reserve 354.518.03
All other liabilities 3.564.41
Capital stock paid up 400,000.00
Total liabilities including
capital $798,671.94
Net surplus' 231,793.99
Risks and Premiums, 1904 Business
Fire risks written during the
_ >'<*ar $48,490.084.00
Premiums received thereon. 657.'280.
Net amount in force at end
of the year 54,570.264.00
Business In Minnesota In 1904 .
Fire risks. 7" .7; '*:•... - ■:■■'
Risks written 862.753.00
Premiums received . 13.501.49
Losses paid 5180.49
Losses Incurred 7,373.08
State of Minnesota.
' .^^ • Department of. Insurance.
Whereas, the Michigan Fire and Ma
rine Insurance Company, a -corporation
organized under the laws of Michigan,
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. In
surance Commissioner, do hereby em
power and authorise the said above named
company to transact its appropriate busi
ness of fire insurance in the State of
Minnesota, according to the laws thereof,
until the 31st day of January. A. D. 1906.
unless said authority be revoked or other
wise legally terminated prior thereto.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at St. Paul, this 31st day of January.
A. D. 1906. „77;
THOMAS D. O'BRIEN.
Insurance Commissioner.
BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE
COMPANY
Principal offlce. New York city. (Or
ganized In 1898.) E. J. Knowles. presi
dent; C. V. Howard, secretary pro tern.
Attorney to accept service in Minnesota.
Insurance Commissioner.
Cash capital $200,000.00
Income In 1904
Premiums other than perpet
uals $195,899.39
Rents and Interest 10.035.72
Paid in by stockholders 40.000.00
Total income $245,935.11
Disbursements In 1904
Amount paid for losses $173,068.51
Dividends and interest 6.000.00
Commissions and brokerage. 42.519.76
Salaries and fees of officers.
.agents and employes 9.062.06
Taxes, fees and rents 8,106.62
Loss on sale or maturity of
ledger assets 10.476.30
All other disbursements .... 10,282.65
Total disbursements $258,615.80
Excess of disbursements
over income '..... 12,580.69
Assets Dec. 31, 1904 -'.'-_.-7
Bonds and stocks owned.... $317,212.60
Cash In office and in bank.. 55.672.01
Accrued interest and rents.. * 2,166.65
Premiums in course of col
lection : 91.419.02
Total admitted assets $466,470.18
Assets not admitted 3,420.75
Liabilities Dec. 31, 1904
Unpaid losses and claims... $11,517.54
Reinsurance reserve 201.075.72
All other liabilities 2.272.60
Capital stock paid up 200.000.00
Total liabilities including
capital $414.865
Net surplus 51.604.33
Risks and Premiums, 1004 Business
Fire risks written during the •'.-.
year $45,938,330.00
Premiums received thereon.. 473.190.95
Net amount in force at end
of the year $35,461,674.00
Business in Minnesota In 1904
Fire risks.
Risks written $496,817.00
Premiums received 9,238.
Losses paid 4.167.77
Losses incurred ....„ -4,732.18
i
-"-•"'-' State of Minnesota,
Department of Insurance.
Whereas, the British American Insur
ance 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. In
surance Commissioner, do hereby em
power and authorize the said above named
company to transact its appropriate busi
ness of fire- Insurance in the state of
Minnesota, according to the laws thereof
until the 31st day of January", A. D. 1906
unless said authority 'be - revoked or
otherwise legally terminated prior thereto
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at St. Paul, this 31st day of January
A. D. 1905.
THOMAS D. O'BRIEN.
Insurance Commissioner.
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
Methodist
Holman Memorial—Bates ay. and Euclid
St.; S. E. Ryan, pastor. Services at
10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Morning
subject. "Divine and Human Sympa
thy." Evening. subject, "Christ's Fool
ish Man."
Centra! Park—Twelfth and Minnesota
sts.: Rev. B. Longley, pastor. • Preach
ing by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 8
p. m. Morning subject. "The All-en
folding Love and Care of God." Even
ing. -'Who Are Called to Preach?^'
King Street—Rev. Thomas Billing, pastor
10-30 a. m.. "The City— «ns7 Sor
rows and Rejected Savior." 7:30 p. m.,
"What the Death of Christ Did for the
Roman Centurion. *•
Dayton ay. and West Third st H.
V. Glvler. pastor. At 10:30 a, m. there
will be holy communion and reception
of members; at 8 p. m. the pastor will
preach on "The Ground of Our Hope
That We Shall Be Delivered From Sin."
First German—Olive st and Van - Slyke
court. J. Berger. pastor. 10:30 a. m
Palm Sunday service. 12 m. Sunday
school. 7:15 p. m., Epworth league: 8
ft, m.. thank offering - service of the
Roman's Foreign Missionary society.
•-77" Congregational :
Atlantic—Bates '-' • and • Conway sts : Dr
Matt Evans, pastor. "Thoughts Asso
ciated With the Pure and Beautiful
subject -for morning. Evening theme,
Man Not the Creature .of Circum
stances." •--,.,. - « . •.
University Avenue—Avon st. and Sher
burne ay. Preaching by pastor. Rev
A D. Smith, at 10:45 a. m. and 8* p. m."
Morning th«une. "The Fatherhood of
££-*-; .. Evening. "The Power of Habit"
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. m.; Junior
Endeavor at 3:00 p. m.; Sunday school
at 12:15 p. m. '. ';' - *.■—•"_
; People's ..
People's—Pleasant ay. and Chestnut st;
Rev. Walter A. Snow, associate pastor.
Morning service 11 - o'clock; - sermon.
suDjecL "Exalting :, Christ." -Evening
service. 8 o' clock; -special musical pro
gramme; sermon, subject. "The. Seven
.-Words'From the Cross." - ** * -
UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY" - -
Principal office. New York city. ' (Or
ganized in 1524 ) A. R. Pierson. presi
dent; W. W. , Underhill. secretary. At
torney to accept service in Minnesota. In
surance Commissioner.
Cash capital $250,000.00
Income In 1904 M'ZZZ'.'~.
Premiums other than perffet
uals $454,018.34
Rents and Interest 25.355.45
Profit on ledger assets over -
book values 647.22
Total income ■ $480,051.01
Disbursements In 1904
Amount paid for losses. $325,945.69
Dividends and Interest 7.500.00
Commissions and brokerage. 129.802.93
Salaries and fees of officers.
agents and employes 25,691.33
Taxes, fees and rents 14.430.93
All other disbursements 25.804.30
Total disbursements ..' " $529.175.1S
Excess of disbursements
over Income 49.124.17
Assets Dec. 31. 1904
Value of real estate owned.. $56,000.00
Mortgage loans 253.700.00
Bonds and stocks owned.... 266.725.00
Cash in office and in bank.. 21.975.46
Accrued Interest and rents.. 3.008.30
Premiums in course of col- - -
lection 120.240.03
AH other admitted assets ... . 5.263.16
Total admitted assets $731,911.95
Assets not admitted 2.344.92
* -7:7 Liabilities Dec. 31, 1904
Unpaid losses and claims $53,739.60
Reinsurance reserve 336,017.61
Salaries. expenses. divi
dends and Interest due 200.00
Commission and brokerage. . 1 49
All otter liabilities 133.42
Capital stock paid up...... 260.000.00
Total liabilities Including
capital $690.092.1
Net surplus _... 41.819.83
Risks and Premiums, 1904 Business
Fire risks written during the
year $53,546,219.00
Premiums received thereon.. 803.141.79
Net amount in force at end
of the year 63.152.409.00
Business In Minnesota In 1904
Fire risks.
Risks written $374,368.00
Premiums received 5 105 31
Losses paid 1.'586!a2
Losses Incurred 2.092.96
■-'"State of Minnesota,
_• Department of Insurance.
Whereas, the United States Fire In
surance Company, a corporation organiz
ed under the laws of New York, has
fully compiled with the provisions of the
laws of this state relative to the admis
sion and authorization of Insurance com
panies of Its class.
Now. therefore. I. the undersigned. In
surant Commissioner, do hereby em
power and authorize the said above named
company to transact its appropriate busi
ness of fire insurance in the State of Min
nesota, according to the laws thereof
until the 31st day of January*. A. D. 1906.
unless said authority be revoked or
otherwise legally terminated prior thereto.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at St. Paul, this 31st day of January.
A. D. 1905.
THOMAS D. O'BRIEN.
Insurance Commissioner.
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
• Principal offlce. new York city. ' (Or
ganized 1897.) R. Bleecker Rathbone.
president; Charles S. Conkltn. secretary-
Attorney to accept service in Minnesota,
Insurance Commissioner.
Cash capita' $400,000.00
Income In 1904
Premiums other than perpet- 7 7 *
ual $421,756.05
Rents and Interest 36.752.44
Total Income $458,508.49
Disbursements In 1904
Amount paid for losses $512,418.01
Dividends and interest 17.456.47
Commissions and brokerage. 119,500.47
Salaries and fees of officers,
agents and employes 1.825.00
Taxes, .fees and rents 23,296.40
Loss on sale or maturity of
ledger assets 342.50
All other disbursements.... 8,611.83
Total -disbursements.". $633,450.68
Excess of disbursements
over income 224.942.19
Assets Dec. 31, 1904
Bonds and stocks owned $854 50
Cash in bank 49 577
Accrued interest and rents.. 47142
Premiums in course of col
lection 63.199.90
Total admitted assets .... $971,491.74
Assets not admitted 30,676.64
Liabilities Dec. 31, 1904
Unpaid loss.** and claims.. $560,066.00
Reinsurance reserve 314.859.32
Commission and brokerage. 6 015 46
All other liabilities 14.777.66
Capital stock paid up 400,000.00
Total liabilities including
capital $791,718.44;
Net surplus 179.773.30 !
Risks and Premiums, 1904 Business
Fire risks written during the
year $49,656,757.00
Premiums received thereon. 638.090.47
Net amount In force at end
of the year $49,022,330.00
Business In Minnesota in 1904
Fire risks.
Risks written $968,073.00
Premiums received 10.306.80
Losses paid 14.293.53
Losses incurred 14,963.83
---"-•.' State of Minnesota.
* .* ; Department of Insurance.
Whereas, the Assurance Company of
America, a corporation organized under
the laws of New York, has fully compiled
with the provisions of the laws of this
state relative to the admission and au
thorization of insurance companies of its
class. • •-•:. .--r.-.
Now. therefore. I. the undersigned. In
surance Commissioner, do hereby em
power and authorize the said above named
company to transact its appropriate busi
ness of fire Insurance in tne State of
Minnesota, according to the laws thereof,
until the 31st day of Jaunary. A. D. 1906.
unless said authority be revoked or other
wise legally terminated prior thereto.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at St. PauL this 31st day of January,
A. D. 1905.
THOMAS D. O'BRIEN.
- Insurance Commissioner. •
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
Lutheran . -; • : ->.-
Memorial English—West Sixth st., near
Exchange: Axel J. D. Haupt. pastor. A
class of twenty will be confirmed
at the 10:30 a. m. service, the'morning
theme being. "Knowing and Confessing
Christ." The passion services of Holy
Week will begin at 8 a.m.; these serv
ices are particularly impressive and In
teresting and should be well - attended;
the Good Friday services will be held
at 11 a, m. .-■- y
Presbyterian
Central —Cedar St.. opposite old capitol.
John Maybew Fulton. D. D.. pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m.
. and 8 p. m. - Morning subject. "See if
Ye Can Find a Man." Evening subject,
"Praise and Gospel Service," short prac
tical sermon. „-.--.
First—Lincoln ay. and Grotto st. Owing
to his recent surgical operation the pas
tor, • Rev. Eliot H. Moore, will not
preach, though he will conduct the
opening exercises. Rev. N. A. Palmer,
the new state superintendent of the
Anti-Saloon league, will make the ad
. dress. Mr. Palmer has - recently come
from Ohio, the storm center of the
struggle against the saloon." Sunday
school at. noon. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45
p. m. " - --' ;." '.'
House of Hope—Freaching by the pastor,
W. H. W. Bo.vl/-. at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m.;
subject at 11. v"A Transfigured Life,"
with a scriptural answer to the question.
"Was Jesus Just an Ordinary Prophet?"
Subject at 8. ••Self-Renunciation." to be
illustrated in the cantata "From Olivet
to Calvary." to be sung by a chorus of
fifty voices. -.-.
Unitarian
UnityWabasha st. foot of Summit ay.;
- * Rev. Richard W. - Boy nton, the minister. ■
' will preach on "Authority in Religion:
VI. the True Religion of the Spirit;'.'
collection" for the American Unitarian
association. Services at .11 o'clock;
Sunday school at 10.
. THE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
Principal office. New York City. Or
ganized i n 1853. Elbridge G. Snow, pres
ident. __ A. M. Burtis and W. H. Cheney,
secretaries. Attorney to accept service
in Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner.
Cash capital $3,000,000.00
Income In 1904
Premiums other than per- 7
petual* . $3,491,101.65
5*2& and Interest 750.446.76
front on ledger assets
over I»Kw Values 90.195.60
*Tom all other sources . . 4.023.06
Total Income 7 $9,335,767.07
Disbursements In 1904
Amovnt paid for losses .. $5,316,503.24
Dividends and interest ... 4 '0,000 00
Commissions and broker
- oa,Se 1.504.357.24
Salaries and fees of offi- «.
cers, agents and em
ployes ... 453.404.54
Taxes, fees and rents 350.572.11
Loss on sale or maturity
of ledger aset--* '• 5.350.58
All other disbursements .. 599.205.69
_ Total disbuisements ... $5.652,456.70
Excess of Income over dis
bursements 653.310.30
, * Assets Dec. 31, 1904
Value of real estate owned $1,510,995
Mortgage, loans 81.700.00
Bonds and stocks owned.. 15 683 15G .*"3
Cash In hank 1.04° 43
Accrued Interest and rents * 1 70S 50
Premiums in course of col
lection 642.191.63
All other admitted assets. 454.557.91
Total admitted assets .. $19,417.329 5:5
Assets not admitted ...... 90.127.53
Liabilities Dec. 31, 1904
Unpaid losses and claims. $976,171.49
Reinsurance reserve 7,210.566.00
salaries, expenses, divi
dends and interest due.. 75,000.00
Commission and broker
age .§.} *>j- gg
All other liabilities'*.'.".'.".'. 695.053.15
Capital stock paid up 3.000.000.00'
Total liabilities lnclud- ",
ing capital $12.041.005.30
Net surplus 7.376.321.23
Risks and Premiums, 1904 Business
Fire risks written during
the year $1,199,799,193.00
Premiums .received there
°n. "• "7,' V, 12,365,230.45
Marine and inland risks
written during the year. 81.234,095.00
Premiums received there
on ■ 53S 3' >** 7 <>
Net amount in force at
end of the year $1,298,270,327.00
Business in Minnesota In 1904
Fire Risks.
Risks written 515.154.565.00
Premiums received ...... 223.960 45
Losses paid S3 441 1-
Losses»incurred 100i54L67
State of Minnesota.
Tt-». Department of Insurance.
Whereas, The Home Insurance Com
pany, a corporation organized under the
225 .I 1 -""♦"-■ • York, has fully complied
with the provisions of the laws of this
state, relative to the admission and au
thorization of insurance companies of its
class.
Now. therefore. I. the undersigned. In
surance Commissioner, do hereby empow
er and authorize the said above named
company to transact Its appropriate busi
ness of fire Insurance in the State of
Minnesota, according to the laws thereof,
until the ?lst day of January. A. D. 1906
unless sau. authority be revoked or other
wise legally terminated prior thereto
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
IE S* i,.d li nd affixed m official seal
.■ •£"*-,,£?■**--• lh!s 31st day of January
A. D. 1905. THOMAS D. O'BRIEN
' Insurance Commissioner.
MANNHEIM INSURANCE COMPANY
Principal office In the United States
T-\ 0. r,S City. Commenced business in
the United States 1887. Franz Herrmann.
general manager in the United States At
torney to accept service in Minnesota. In
surance Commissioner.
Deposit capital $200,000.00
Income In 1904
Premiums other than per
petuals $61"' 441 54
Rents and interest lL75o!oo
I Total Income $621,191.64
Disbursements in 1904
Amount paid for losses ... $3"9 993 30
Commissions and brokerage. - 112!154'14
Salaries and fees of officers,
-rJfil"*? and ploves 34.550.14
tf. xea- * <**.!, I****** rents 21.191.00
All other disbursements .... 150.084.69
"Total disbursements $(547,973 27
Excess of disbursements
over income 23,781.73
Assets Dec. 31, 1904
Bonds and stocks owned $373 00
Cash in bank 1487741
Accrued Interest and rents.' 2!916i67
Premiums in course of col
lection 85,279.47
Total admitted assets .... $476,573.55
Assets not admitted 10.040.13
Liabilities Dec. 31. 1904
Unpaid losses and claims .. $48,322.64
Reinsurance reserve 82.435.97
Commission and brokerage . 173.62
All other liabilities 13.994 94
Deposit capital 200.000.00
Total liabilities including
capital $344,927.17
Net surplus 131.646.38
Risks and Premiums, 1904 Business
Marine and inland risks
written during the year ..$200,904,784.00
Premiums received thereon.. 837 827 97
Net amount in force at end ■
of the year 22,351.734.00
Business In Minnesota in 1904
Marine and
_, . _ inland.
Risks written $3,236,709.00
Premiums received 30,560.32
State of Minnesota.
__ Department of Insurance.
whereas, the Mannheim Insurance Com
pany, a corporation organized under the
laws of Germany has fuly complied 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, In
surance Commissioner, do hereby em
power and authorize the said above named
company to transact its appropriate busi
ness of marine and inland insurance in
the state of Minnesota, according to the
laws thereof, until the 31st day of Jan
uary. A. D. 1900. unless said authority be
revoked or otherwise legally terminated
prior thereto.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at St Paul, this 31st day of January.
A. D." 1905 THOMAS D. -O'BRIEN.
Insurance Commissioner.
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
Episcopal
St. Clement's Memorial—Portland ay. and
Milton st. Holy communion 8 a m..
Morning service 11 a. m.; anthem. "Ride
on. Ride on in Majesty." Stainer. Sun
day school 3 p. m. Evening service 4:15
p. m.; anthem. "Daughters of Jerusa
em," Elory- '7
St. Mary's— Park. G. H. Ten
Broeck, pastor. 8:30 a. m., holy com
munion: 10:30 a. m. morning service
and sermon. 8 p. m.. first lecture on
Book of Revelation, by Rev. W. P. Ten
Broeck.of Faribault; subject, "Review
of Book." .:.'£.,
St.-Paul's—Ninth and ' Olive sts. Rev.
John Wright, D. D., rector. Holy com
munion, 8 a. m.-. Sunday school 9:30 a.
m. Morning prayer 10:30. Sermon and
choral communion 11 a. m. Rev Dr.
Wright will preach on* "The Tribute of
Psalms." Evening service 7:30. The
vested choir will repeat the cantata of
"Ruth."
Baptist
First—Ninth and Wacouta sts.; Rev R.
M. West, pastor. 10:30. morning wor
ship; subject. "The Human Side of a
church." 7:45 p. m., organ recital and
.. public worship; subject. "A Mighty
Helper for a Man in Need."
Unlversallst
St. Paul's—Mackubin St., near, Ashland
ay.; Rev. H. B. Taylor, minister. 10:30
a. -m.;" subject. "Mocking Turned to
Praise: or. the Inscription on the Cross."
Mr. William W. Nelson, violinist,. will
assist the choir in special music; pre
. lude on "What Is the Extent and Cause '
of Anti-Jewish Feeling. '.' Sunday school
. at noon.
Spiritual --^'"y'ylZ-.-
St. Paul Spiritual Alliance—Odd Fellows'
hall. Wabasha and Fifth sts. Lyceum
and conference meeting, 11 a.~m.; lec
ture by Miss Alice * Wickstrom at 8
p. m.; subject. "The Missing Llnk v rt
the Human Fold Where and What Is
It?". Greetings by Mrs. John Saver.-
ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS
LIFE INSURANCE FUND OF MIN
NESOTA : "
Home office. Minneapolis. Minn. P. J.
Clarke, president: John Mahoney. seere
,oo-" °*i^ ni2ed 188 a; commenced business
isj>o. Attorney to accept service in Min
nesota, Insurance Commissioner.
Net assets. Dec. 31, previous '
year ■ „$47,556.45
Income During 1904
Dues for expenses ..........7... $3,137.29
Mortuary and reserve assess- ' /
„ meS tS *.- .....:... 50.612.33
Membership and examiners* fee*. 1,705.00
• ' 7
Total paid by members ... $55,454.67 .
From all other sources ." 965.76
,
Total income .'.556,423.43
Disbursements During 1904 7 *
Death and permanent disability',
claims paid $51,090.00
Total paid to members $51,000.00
Salaries of officers, employes and
examiners' fees ...*-.:*.. *> 673 75
All other disbursements .... .'.'.'. I.Olcuj
Total disbursements $55,592.97
Excess of income over disburse- c
ments " •'••••, .830.46
Assets
Bonds and stocks owned.. $3-' 221 "-<■
Cash in office and in bank 16.195103
All other admitted assets.. 4.355.93
Total admitted assets $32.7,73.54
Liabilities :
*££*--"*-: • '" Hone
Balance to_ protect contracts . .'.'552.77:..8 I
Exhibit of' Certificates or Policies, Busi
ness of 1904 I
t Total Business: No. Amount.
In force Dec. 31 (begin- -=yn°um.
ning ° y*ar) ""' 5.7,14 $5....c.>...<!
\\ ritten during the ••. • t
year 903 902,000.00
rJZll*} *' "••■••" -5 •**-*7 $6,607,000.00
Ceased during the year. 595 595,000.
In force Dec. 31 (end of
yf ar > .•••• 6.012 6,012,000.00
Claims unpaid Dec 31
(beginning of year... 5 5,000.00
Claims incurred during
the year 50 50,000.00
~. Total ... . 53 $55,000.00
Claims settled during »y^.v»«.«u
the year 51 51.000.00
Unpaid Dec 31 (end of
rAu*-! m". 4 $4.000.00
Collected from members
during year- 53.592.15
State of Minnesota,
__ Department of Insurance.
Whereas the 4* °- 11. Life Insurance
Fund of Minnesota, a corporation organ
ized under the laws of Minnesota, has
fully complied with the requirements of
the laws of this state relating to cooper
ative or assessment insurance
Now. therefore. I. the undersigned. In
surance Commissioner, do hereby empow
er and authorize the above named society
to transact its appropriate busines* of
coo->erative or assessment fraternal in
surance in the State of Minnesota, a.
cording to the laws thereof, until the 31st
day of January. .A" D. -*906- unless said
authority be revoked or otherwise legally
terminated prior thereto.
In testimony whereof, 'i have hereunto
wet my ha** and affixed mv seal of offico
at St. Paul, this 3lst day of January. A D.
1905. THOMAS D. O'BRIEN.
' ■- : Insurance Commissioner.
INDEMNITY. MUTUAL MARINE AS
SURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED
Principal office in the United States,
New I,lrlt. C"-i Higgins & Cor. general
managers in the United States. Attor
ney to accept service in Minnesota. In
surance Commissioner.
Deposit capital $200,000.00
Income In 1904
Premiums other than per
petual* $323,022.25
Kents and Interest 12 399 11
Received from home office.. 17.104.78
Total income $352,526.14
Disbursements In 1904.„.. .
Amount paid for losses $98.306 14
Commissions and brokerage. 21.602.06
Salaries and fees of officers.
- agents and employes 12,391 81
Taxes, fees and rents 9,112.09
Returned to home office .... . 134,928.67
Total disbursements ..... $276,340.84
Excess of Income over dis
bursements 76.185.30
Assets Dec. 31, 1904
Bonds and stocks owned ... $342 537 50
Cash in bank 60.866.31
Accrued Interest and rents.. 3.033.33
Premiums In course of col
lection .. 58,966.94
Total admitted assets .... $465 404
Assets not admitted 1,944.85
Liabilities Dec. 31. 1904
Unpaid losses and claims .. $32,108.91
Reinsurance reserve 68,205 74
Taxes f.Vj *" 8,000.00
Commission and brokerage.. ■' 2,433
All other liabilities ...."*..... > /-46 576 00
Deposit capital 200,000.00
Total liabilities including
capital $357,324.59
Net-surplus ... 103,079.49
Risks and Premiums. 1904 Business
Marine and inland risks
written during the .$111,495,108.00
Premiums received thereon.. 4t2.875.J5
Net amount in force at end
of the year 6.595,865.00
- Business In Minnesota In 1904
Marine and
__ • . Inland.
Risks written $7,666,003.00
Premiums received 21.052.5t
Losses paid 5.238.71
Losses incurred > 5,238.71
State of Minnesota.
Department of Insurance.
. Whereas, the Indemnity Mutual Marine
Assurance Company, a corporation organ
ized under the laws of England, has fully
complied with the provisions of the laws
of this - state, relative to the admission
and authorization of insurance compa
nies of its class.
Now. therefore. I, the undersigned. In
surance Commissioner, do hereby -'empow
er and authorize the said above named
company to transact its appropriate busi
ness of marine and inland insurance in
the State of Minnesota, according to tha
laws thereof, until the 31st day of Janu
ary. A. D. 1906, unless said authority !»/»
revoked or otherwise legally terminated
prior thereto.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at St. Paul, this 31st day of January.
A. D. 1905. THOMAS D. O'BRIEN.
- ■ ■ - - Insurance Commissioner.
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
; j ■
Swedenborgian
New Jerusalem —Virginia and Selby ays.;
Rev. Edward C. Mitchell, pastor, 1 Serv
ice at 10:30 a. m.; subject of sermon,
"The Lord Shall Laugh at Him," Sun
day school at 11:45 a. m.
77^77777 Scientist ££
First Church of Christ Scientist—
bush building. Sixth and St. Peter sts.
10:45 a. m. subject, "Probation After
Death."
Second Church of Christ Scientist— St. Al
bans st. and Holly ay. 10:45 a. m.. sub
ject. "Probation After Death."
Church Notes
Rev. David Morgan will lecture at Met
ropolitan halls. Eighth and "Wabasha
streets. Sunday, April 16. at 3 p. m., under
the auspices of the Public Ownership
party. He will discuss "The 1 Present
Economic Unrestlts Cause and Rem
edy."
The annual meeting of the Children's
Home Society of Minnesota will be held
at the Jean Martin Brown receiving home
at St. Anthony Park, at 3:3« p. m-.,Thurs
day. April , 20, 1905. j
More than 2SO homeless children havo
been cared for the past year land more
than 2,280 since Sept. 11. ISS9.
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