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THE HOTTER UitTHr
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For the Film
N griping no muh; only 2Scnt
Oregon., according, to the
area reports from-San Francisco,
maintained during the past month
the safe lead over all other ?weat-
era and northwest states that it
his maintained without Jnterrup-f
Uon for the past three years. .' . t
Synopsis' of the Annual Statement ef teal
MILLERS NATIONAL ft INSl'R.!
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T 5 V HOUJ TO DE.Ve.LOPG- J
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W HOFF IS DEAD AND
MYERS SUCCEEDS HIM.
(Continued Irora "page 1)
law ,J0 years. He was ejected to
tbo Qregon' legislature-when- he
was eligible ' td cast his f ifsf vote
and Berred in the- law-making
body "eight ye,ars.
i 'cilia Herrlce 'without pay for four
year as" president , of. the Iewls
opd .Clark Centennial exposition
cAjnmisaion was notable." A large
part of the cr(Ut for the success
the erent of '1905 is attribuVl
tohim.,;! , ..... ' '..
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v f (namial JVf ord- GiAmI v,
For yeari 'hC has' bee'rt'sa dirc-
CLAY AWAY THE YEARS
lipply' Boncilla BeauCfier casmic clav to
our - Uce.HQnfl. ret vkiU ttrwsthe n,
remote end see and Mel thd AMonoeiful
diffetonce in th color and texture of th
&in."'-";':::i r .
Guaranteed to do thes definite things for ..
die fac ok m-icy refunded. Clear the ;
complexion and qive it color. Lift out the
lines. Remove Wackheada and pnip!e.
Close enlarged pore. Kebuiid facial tis
sues and muscles, tyake tje skir. soil
and smopth. . " , '
You can obtain regular sizes from yoUr
favorite toilet counter. H not, send tht9
d vuUh 10 cents to Boncilla Laboratories.
Indianapolis, Indjana. '.ffit trial Jube.
t i "i. - - voir y-
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tor of the Oregon Life Insurance
company. In handling the finances
of that copipany h,e haa f placed
more than $5,000,000 of mortgage
loans and similar investments
through which there never has
been a dollar of delinquency, i,t is
said.- ....... ... ... , .
In politics Myers is a distinctive
type of Democrat. He iiaa never
held a public office which carried
a' salary or any other form of
financial return.; He is now a
member of the advisory board of
the Oregon state irrigation securi
ties commission which has to do
with loaning the state's credit to
ward development of municipal' Ir
rigation district projects.
Democrats Control State
. The. appointment 'of Mr. Myers
gives the ' state "board of control
a democratic majority for the first
t!me in the board's. history. The
other members of the board are
Governor Pierce, and Secretary of
State Sam A. ivozer. ' As a mem
ber of the board of control Mr
Myers will , have a hand in the
management of all state instltu
tions except the state penitentiary
which is" exclusively under the di
rection of the governor; With a
third active member How oh the
board It is probable that the se
lection of a site for the state train
ing school will again be before the
Down Town Coijie In
YPU'LL FIND ME AT
Let Me Eitertaii You
With My West Songs
Jolson's Best rXm Goig .-Sputb,".. Record No.
One of Al's LatesW?4Steppng Out," Record No.
board In the, near future. Gover
nor Pierce and Secretary of State
rvozer were unable to agree on a
site. Also-there may again be in
the mind of the public a question
whether Dr. It. E. L. Steiner is to
remain as superintendent of the
state hospital for the insane. The
general opinion is that Dr. Steiner
will be retained.
, On, Many IkWds
By virtue of his-office Mr.
Myers also is the member of many
other state boards and commis
sions, including th$; state tax com
mission, state land board, state
desert "land boardstate banking
board, state board, of 'education,
state bond commission, irrigation
and draina-ge -securities commis
sion, state , printing board and
others. " . ir ,
His appointment under the law
is not to fill- out the 'unexpired
term of his? p'redecejteor, but only
until his successor 1s elected and
qualified through t4 primary and
general elections of this year. This
adds a state treasurer race to the
election contests of the year. It is
presumed that Mr. Myers will be
a candidate for the Democratic
nomination and he is not expected
to have opposition. On the repub
lican side several are possibilities
as candidates, including Ed Cusick
of Albany, O. M. Plum me of Port-
, ,i; ., . mi
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After the show ace a glimpse at
H. X. Stiff Furniture Cos Windows.
Get Better Acquainted with Al Jojsoh ;
365 Happy Pays
Small Payment Down Balance as
land, both former candidates, and
possible a candidate from eastern
Seekers After Jobs Must
Applications for places as
guards at the state prison is caus
ing Warden A. M. Dalrymple
ranch annoyance, for if he should
employ all those who apply, the
guards would be in a majority over
Some new forms of application
blanks have been completed upon
request of Warden Dalrymple.
While these are fundamentally the
same as those used before, they
are more complete and include in
formation as to the applicant's ed
ucation, health, mental and physi
cal, church affiliation, whether or
not he is a go'od, loyal American
citizen, fraternal connections and
if he has served in the army or
navy. The latter question 'is
third on the list. Party connec
tions and where the applicant, last
voted is also mentioned. Exper
ience with firearms is given minor
For' the. first time in Hie history
of tne institution, the man who is
granted special privileges is re
quested to sign a "trusty pledge."
This will be filed with his records
To See le
Eri joy "
A Novel Plan, Indeed
Here's a Silvef vyare "Buying
Club" that's entirely new
Pomeroy & Keene, Jewelers,
who have just announced the or
ganization of their "Silverware
Club", have a novel idea which
we believe will create widespread
There Is definite need of such a
"Club", says Mr. Pomeroy. "Not
every woman can afford at one
time to purchase as much silver
Ware a she would like and the
quality she may feelthe need of.
The "Silverware Club" makes it
possible for the housewife to come
in to our store, make ii small Init
ial payment, and choose whatever
she needs to complete, her table
equipment. She is. actually paying
no more than he would jiay if she
bought the silverware n the regu-
ar- way and she Is certain of get
ting the finest silverwareon the
This is the first time that if has
been possible to obtain such 'high
erade silverware in so convenient
a way. Pomeroy & Keene ex
tends an invitation to fevery wo
man in Salem to visit their store
during the week of 15-22.
in the prison. The pledge has a
space for the inmate's name and
number, and the beginning and
expiratlo of his sentence. Prior to
this, time a man has been made a
trusty solely upon his word, but
with the new Bystem, in case of a
change in wardens, a written rec
ord df his pledge is available. The
pledge is as follows:
"I, the undersigned, being an
inmate of the Oregon State Peni
tentiary, do hereby pledge my
word and honor, as a man, that if
am made a trusty and granted
trusty privileges outside the walls
I will, to the best of my ability.
conform to the prison rules and
regulations and will not run away
nor leave the prison grounds with
out permission. I will remain
faithful to the trust reposed in me,
and will not leave nor attempt to
leave until I am honorably dis
charged, released by parole or par
don V' ' ... w '
Meeting for Children
- K Proves Pne of Thrills
ifir' children's meeting at the
Salvation army hall was one of
thrills and no say that the little
folk h.ad a good time was putting
it rail.aiy." There was a treat Tor
aU.and Clojiel. Cousins was a real
youngster, again, tie snwoea tnai
the ppoinkig of himself and
Airs, cousins to ieaa tne young
rojefs-jir?kof the western terri
tory was a good one.
Staff- ?ajjain :Vest, the young
people's secretary for Oregon,
VWe th children' a talk that was
both interesting and helpful.
llTJiere yBr;lSLf the little folk
who knelt at the altar and prom
fsecftJiei'Tjofd' that they would bn
batter children and mind their
mannas and papas.
vtnsgn arjrsi Holbrook, the
officers in charge, were more than
jileoswi wltn tfie service an the
meeting at night brought forth a)!
that was expected and the visit of
itnese" young people's leaders to
Salem according to them was very
PVlf;btVostrils are c,logged.
your throat distressed, or your
head is stuffed by nasty catarrh
or a cold, apply a little pure, an
tiseptic, germ destroying cream
into your notsrils. It penetrates
through every air passage, sooth
ing inflamed, swollen jnembranes
and you get instant belief.
How good it feels. Your nos
trils are open. Your bead is clear.
No more hawking, snuffling, dry
ness or struggling for breath. Get
a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
from any druggist. , Colds and
catarrh yield like magic. .- pon't
stay stuffed up. Relief is sure.
Adv. . ' ' .
I 1 1X1 111 U I I I I S 1 11 I
Hi nrflKKHV hk I
ui uniniiiuii uul'
Portland Artillery Unit
- . Juimh I4U mat rwuc
Battery A, 148th field artillery
vi,.riuano, me omest national
guard organization in the north-
w-est. yesterday jumped into first
Place in Oregon for drill attend
ance, according to the monthly &
tendance bulletin, issued by George
A.' White, 'adjutant general.
During the past month Battery
A nad 97 per cent of Its total
membership at its weekly drills.
The McMinnyille'infantry company
was a close second and Company
A, 116th engineers, oftPortland,
secured third place. Companies' B
and G of Portlarid were in fourth
and fifth placeamong the 3 b or
ganizations. The Corvallis and
Silvertoh companies 'Were In the
last two places."
1 A gain in both enlistment and
attendance is shown for the month
fn, General White's report, 22 or
ganizations contributing ' gains.
Two more companies wljl compete
the attendance records here-
nopsis of the Annual Statement of the
XIO.Y MUTUAL LIFK IXSI'tt:
of Portland, in thle State of Maine, on
trie thirty first day of December, 1923,
made to the Insurance Comnrisioner ef
the State of Oregon, pursuant to law:
Total premium income for
the year f 2,479,821.93
Interest, dividends and
rents received during the
Income from other sourcta
received during the year 54,26583
Total income $ 3,463.732.13
Paid for losses, endow
: merits, annuities and sur-
render vlue .... f 2,307,066.62
Dividends paid to policy-'
noMera during the year 433,712.73
Commissions and salaries
peid during the yfar ..'.. 435,738.56
Taxes, Iiceoe and fee '
paid during the year 92,648.51
Amount of all other ' ex
. Total expenditure S 3,421,523.65
AsmW - il
Value of real estate owned
(market value) 503,800.75
Value of stock and bonds '
- owned ( market and amer-
tized value) 13,880.764.26
Loans on mortgagee and
collateral, etc 775,381.00
Premium notes and policy
loan t. 8,295,326.88
Cash in banks and on hand 204,561.08
Vet uncollected and de
ferred premiums 213,980.80
Interest and retts due and '
Total admitted assets $19,098,618.80
et reserves f 19,032,445.00
uroas ciaims lor losses
All other liabilities 410.303.56
ioiai liabilities, exclu- . .
sive of capital stock ....$19,098,618.80
jsustdess la Oregon for the Tear
Gross- premiums received
during th9 year 48,118.27
rremiuras ana dividends re
turned dnring the year 12,504.20
posses pail during tM
US ION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Arthur L. Hat?, President.
Sylvan B. Phillips, Secretary.
statutory resident attorney for service.
T. ri. MeAIHs.
Synopsis, of the Annual Statement of the
IsASREK.S LIFE tX)MMY
oi uer Juoines, in tne State of Iowa, on
the thirty-first day of December. 1923,
made to the Insurance Commissionr of
the State of Oregon, pursuant to law:
Totel premium income for
the year $18,635,409.87
Interest, dividends and
' svnts received -during the
year .- 3,379,825.05
Income from otber sources
received during th,e year 396,719.69
Total income $22,41 1,954.46
Paid for' losses, enduw-
mcnt, annuities ami Bnr-
L render -values $ 8,824,825.68
Dividend paid to policy
holders -during the year 1,665,944.15
Commissions' and salaries
' paid during the year 3,110,746.93
Taxes, i licenses and- fees
paid lluriiig the year .... 417,315.04
Amnnnt of all otber ex-'
prtiditures ' 1,504,334.25
XoinV xpeuiiitures ...
.$1 5,523,1 G6.05
.Value .of r alrfgtate owned
JValufjof stocks and bonds
ow;ie4 (market or amor
ns Von mortgages and
oll4Tral, etc. 52,197,990.61
Premium notes and policy
Cash In banks and on hand
Net uncollected nd de
ferred premiums, less non
Interest and rents due and
Tstal admitted assets ....$08,955,277,73
Net reserves $46,612,265.00
Gross claims for losses
unpaid ..: 798685.00
All other liabilities 4.014.860.89
Additional reserves ... 10,3x5,001.82
Contingency reserve . 2,204,465.02
Total liabilities, exclu- '
sive of capital stock ....$63,935,277.73
Business la Oregon fcr tne Tear
Gross Tjremiums received
'during the year $ 198,545.39
Receipts f rem assessment
members '.L 64,0f.97
Premiums and dividends
returned during the yesr 19,151.17
Losses psid during the
tear 1 00,000.00
BANKERS' LIFE COMPANY
Geo. Knhns, President.
G. W. Fowler, Secretary
Statutory resident attorney for ' service,
r. u tjnery.
tfetr, the La Grande infantry com-
t . ...
vnj neing scneauied for muster
into the service tonight and the
Baker company Thursday. Both
cuuiyuie8 win siari out with a
strong membership and officered
by World war veterans.
nop8i of the Annual Sutemeiit of the
PAKMEKS FIRR REL1KP ASSO
of Sublimity, in the Stte of Oregon, on
rasdn to th Insurance CannniBaioner of
me eiate or ureon, imrauknt to lie
' Ioeome - '
Nfct pruiiuma reoitJ during-
the year $ 221.75
Intereat, dividends nd
rents received during the
yer soa At
lu cei iron otber lource
rereived during the yeer - 317.30
Net losses paid- during- the
yer inciuaius djuit
meat exnense .1
CcmarissiiMs and salaries
bald durinar the vr
Taxes, iicenreg and fet a
paid during- the year
Amount of ail ' TjUior ex-.
penditnrea T j.
Total expenditures . A 4lo?fl
value of stock and bonds
owned (market valnel a 9. nrm nn
Ixans . on mortgages and
collateral, etc. . j 400 oo
ivssn in sank and on hand 2.291.31
Total admitted assets 5,11.31
Auaiuesa in urwon in, iha tm.
Mf t premiums -received dur
ing the year ....i... ..t 221 75
lyoasea paia" during the
uosseav inanrred during the
fr - 20.00
f AKMKttS FIRE REUEP ASSOCIA
TION OP SUBLIMITY, OREGON
. Frenk A. Bell, President.
Chas.' Basticgs, Secretary
Statutory resident attorney for service
.lone, . , . .
Synopsis of the Annual Statement of the
ailliilUAJ FIliE ABil JjlABJNE
IXSURAXCE COSIPAJtY '
of Darroit,'ia the 6tat ef Miehigan, on
iue luiru-iirst oar ol uaeember. 1B23.
made to the Iasurancau Commissioner, of
to-PUte l.:Uregobv pursusnt to law;, j.
Amount of capital stock '"'
paid up .. 400.000.00
Net premiums received dur-
' mg the yesr .$ 1,119.364.53
xuieresi, aiviaenas ana '
- rente received during the
'year .w : 107 307 57
Income from other sources
received during the - year 10,252.00
Total ineome $ 1,286,924.1
Net losses paid 'dnring the
" vear mendinr. iditiib
ment exoeBses 1
Dividends paid on capital-
stock dunne tne -rear ....
Comraissiones and ' sslaries
paid during the rear ....
Taxes, licenses and fees
' paid daring the year .
Amount of ell other: ex
penditures J, ,'......
Total expenditurts '......$ 1,182,227.67
- t Assets
Vslue of stacks sad bends
' owned (market Vil'tuU.
Loans on. mortgages
collateral. etc.A 679.093.25
Cath in banks and on hand 63.943.T8
rremiums in course -or eol-t
lection written since Sen- s
tember 30. 1923 267.576.74
Interest an rente due and -
eccrned .....:.'... 33.203.C0
Total admitted assets ..$ 2,362,410.77
Gross 'claim a for losses
Amount of. tnearned pre-
' miums en all outstand
Due tor commission and
41i other liabilities '
Total liabSlities ei.-lusie
of rapital stock ...x. ..... 1.2P9.309.87
Bnsineas la Oregon lor the Tear
Vet premiums reeerVed dur-
S i.. ,L. . a . n n n . .
- iust Mte 7ar - ...i a xu.voo.ee
lossea paid during the
' year . 1 12,587.82
uoeses incurred during tne
MICHIUAN FIRE AND MARINE
D. M. Ferry, Jr., President.
II. E. Everett, Secretary. .
statutory resident attorney for service,
InsuTsnce Commissioner. Salem
Kvnrrpsis of the Annual Statement of the
FAKMEltS MITlAli F1HE IX
Washington County. , in the State of
Oregon; ro the thirty-first day of lecem
cer, IVJa, mace to the insurance Cent
missioner of the State of Oregon, p.ursu
ant. to law: - ,
- Income j
Net premiums received dur
ing the year ..,:.'.......:...$ 6,914.75
Interest. dividends and
rents received during the
year- ....,-....,....-. .4...
Income from other sources
received during the year
Total income-..- :.?. ...;.$
Net losses paid during the
year including adjust-
Blent expenses. .....;.$
C'oinmt-rsioa ' and-- .salaries
paid-daring the' year
axe, rieeaces ' and fees-
-tpaid during the ya,.
Amount r-nf all ' otber e:
i Total expendftwre l.Z...t
. , ,V;AsseU "-.
Value otit'.oik and bonis
-owned (market "value ) !..$
Loan on . mortgagee aad.
; collsreral. Mete.
Cask' las bsnka'snd on hand
In-ereeajl rents. du,au4 .
Total admitted assets -.. $ ' 14.026.68
- Baaisess la Orefoa for the Tear:' -T '
"et premiums received dur-
ing' the- year1-.!-..'..-! 6.914.75
Lasses paidt --daring the-,..
' year Z..., 1,748.50
LossesMhcsrted' durirg the : r
1 year 1.748.50
FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
I vf ASSOCIATION-OF' WA8HISGTON
i T " COUNTY, OREGON
- '" ' iVhV F. Haas. President.'
6 Jliljiboro, Orerron i -. - -. .. ,
- " K-.vm Jlitter Rreretary. "
" TUnsboroLOresdn. - v ' s
Sts,tutoryijdent sttortey for service;
VI VlllVeaKV, in UtJ CWrP m IllUSIk, eB
tb thirty -first 4wf o - I?ber. - 192
W aewsar 4UsVI evesvV VUHUUIMIVUrf VI,
the State ct Oreiron, punmsBt la, law
Amount of capital stock SV i i '
pid wp, permanent fond t 500ffl0fy0 j
Net premium reeeived durw. - ,'
soil tave. year $, 1.836.852.39:
Interest, dividends) islL't.,. - '
rente-received dujaaff .tUe i
year : J! . 183.253.T4f
Income from ether ecurces ? , 1 1
receive d-urinf toe yea-- 50,66 2J1V
-... .-.,:rr. ,
Total iaeome :: f 2.070,769.04
-' - Diabarsejaeaita -
Net losses paid during the .. f-O . -i J
vear including , adjust- ' , :- ,'
ment exnenses i . J.$ 22.214.171.124
Commissions and salariea i ;
paid durinr the-year-. 631.335.91
Tsuea,-. Keenses -an4 - leee -
paid during the year ' 46.886.42'
Amount . of aU othes ex- i ;
Value of real estate) owned
(market value) i .t.-.$
V alue of stocks and bonds '
owned f tmarket: valael.j. 2.76ff.447.0 :
Loans on mortgages ...... " . 474.800.OOv
Casir in banks aadoahand 32,27.4S.
prewunms in eourea at- eol- ,
lectfoa written since Hep-,
tember B0.: ISaS. ii.i.A
Interest' and renU) dura and ;
Othr asseta .
Total admitted aaeeta S5.3O0.3 .
'i - LUbUltiaa . -. .- -
Groea claims for losses tin " " J' '
paid f 153.140.89
Antoant of unearned pre- "
sniaBssea all outstanding
Due for comn.lssion and "
brokerage . 20,837.18
All other., liabilities exclu
sive of rapital atont-.j... ' ao.sea.oa
Total liabilities .J...'....$ 2,004,808.92
Basiness U Oregon for Ue Tear
Net pramiuma ' received - '"
durinr the year s li.oee.oe
Losses paid during the year : 42.24
Losses incurred dariag tnat
vear .. . .s i 4 2.ze
MILLER'S NATIONAL INiSCRANCH CO.
n h Clola. Freslirenw -
M A. ReTnoids. Seeretarr.
Statutory resident attorney, for service. ,
insuranca waniamwri' r - - -
8ynopsis of tie Annual Statement of the
SAr KtiLAItu lASVlunuti w.
of 'New York City.' i the 8ute of Kew
York, ob the thirty-tirst iay or iieiwr,
1923, snane fn vne lannrmanti Dwmi,-
smner ot tne ire;r vregeit, pnnn
to1 law: i . -A - ' . , ... . ,
Capital . -
Amount of capital stock
paid Up .
i - I
Net preraiumt received dur
ing .-ne -year...j.a.'uj.-..-.
Intereat, dividends and.
rente received auring tne
Tneosse from other ot,s'
reeeivea ounng tne ywar
! '. r -.
Total income . $
Net losses paid during; the
jeer fnelul.Irt atunst-"
.$ . 949.401.57
paid donng the year-uo 04,io.i
jraxe, licenses and tea.: v -f
fla aunuf i,w - g,
Amount of - all other- ex- 1 -Tjenditnre
a ' ' ' 26,319.61
Total 'wpeadiriireB - 449,01.81
- i Assets . '.
Value of stocks aad bonds '
owned (market valneK- 1,162,420.04
Cask in tank and o hand ' 187,445.11
Premiums in course of eol- . -
" lection writtea -since Sap- r - -
.tember 60. 192 a ' 138.589.21
Interest and rente dee and
- aorraed -......i,, - lt,859.51
Total admitted assets -1,504,313.91
..-.. uaeuiuea :, .,,..'
Gross claims for losses
' - paid . tu-f
Amount - of unearned pre
miums on all outstanding
rias-a i :u .w, -4-
Doe tor commission and
brokerare -i-...,-......- - 8.000.00
All other iiabilitie Z 3 1.0O0.0O
Total liabiUtiea exclusive
of eapiUl ktock.-..u....... 678,148.05
Baslnesi tn Oregon tor the Year .
Net premiums' received dar- , ?
ing the year '. 17.242.27
Losses paid -idnriag the ., . I :
year : .""
Losses incurred during the
year u.u.s .a.x..i.. .-.
SAFEGUARD INSURANCE COMPANY ,
- t Aj U. Nellwswe, rreaiaeni.
A. H. Murphy, Secretary.
Ststatory resident attorney or-aertlca,.
A. W. Giesy, - ' -T
Synopsis of the1 Annual Statement ef the
ALLIANCE INSURANCE COM-
K- . rAXYv';i.:;-' '
of Philadelphia, In "the State of Pennsyl
vania, on the thirty-firat day at Decaia-
Der, . ivm, sun w wi whhiki w
missioner of the SUto of Oregon, pursues!
to lawri : . km '..-'" ,T
Amount of capital stock ' 1
, paid pp -.i 1,000,000.00
Income , , , . ,
Net preminma received dur -
ing the year t S.088,967.84
Interest, dividends and t -
' rent received during the ' '
year i . .250,303.81
Income from other sources
received during the year 4,911.28
Total income 1 3,344.082.43
OUburtesoents " - , '
Net losses paid -daring' aa '
year - including aajuss-
ment expenses .. .-... $
Dividends paid on , capital '
'stock during the year.r..
Commissions aad salaries
paid during the yeae .
Tsxes, license and ,l fees
. 'paid during the year .u
Amount of all other ax-
penditures -........., A, -
Total expenditures .,..f J,877.307.2
Value of stock end bonds
owned (market value).;....
Bills receivalle :..-.....tJ.. v
Cash in bsnks snd on hand ...
Recoverable forremsnranee -
oa taaaee paid
Premiums in course of rol
' lection written since Bep
tember 30, 1123 ... .
Interest and rente due and
' accrued ....-a. -
- - 9.145 IM-
- r.?a S9.2.r
Total admitted asseta ..$ 6,214,859.91
Gross claims f or m lessee '-
t .anpaid 6?4C59.8l,
Amount' of vni anted pre' " .
1 nnims ' ea all euUtand-
ing risks '.; 2.396.2G5.4J,
Due- for -commission aad "
! brokerage . - 21.000.00
All other liabilities 120.04S.3t
Total liabilities, esclu- . f .
. aive 01 rapnai etvte. i .
91,000,000.00- $ SJ81.970.61
Business In Oregon for tbo Tear
Net preraiams received dur- 1 !f .
r ing the year 24.438.16
Losses psii dat-ins tbeyr-irr- 12,17-1 ?3
Leases inmrred during tbo v; . ,
I year - 10.621.15
" ALUANCB IN8URANCTST 00, OF -
. , PHILADELPHIA -,
1 Benjamin Rneb, President. '
" won e.reonr. secretary.
Statutory ' resident attorney for service,
'Walter E. Bliss.' f v
. W. A. Ajrnt, Salem, Ore, ;