THE INDIANAPOLIS STAB, FRIDAY, MAY News of the Railways I TELEGRAPHER'S HEAD SIAYSCTffllE MOVE H. B. Perham, President of Union, Reaches Optimistic Decision in New York Central Trouble After Federal Aid Is Offered. NEW YORK, May 4.--Definite announcement was made late today by H. B. Perham, president of Uie Order of Railway Telegraphers, that no strike order would go out tonight, as had been planned, to t,he C.OOO telegrapheis and signal men of the New Vork Central and Nlcklo Plate lailroads. This decision was reached a f t e r O. W. W. Hanger, Federal mediator, had p t o f erred hla services in an e f f o r t to t e i m l - nate the controversy aiisiiif? out of em- ployes' demands for bet lei wafces, a shorter working day and union recognition, Union Leaders Queried. Mr. Perham explained t h a t he ~uas -- sending a telegram to the u n i o n leaders In cities along the railroad linos between New York and ( IfTcago to asceitain t h e n attitude towaid Mr Hanger's offer and that replies w e i e not expected u n t i l to- STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE f Maryland Casualty morrow; Â· Tho position of the iallioals- was indefinite late today They had not indi- -=eated-publlely their i n t e n t i o n in respect to Mr. Hanger's offer Mr. Perham said later that the telegraphers w e r e "not seeking arbitration or mediation," and A. T. Hardni,^,i vice p i e s l d e n t of the New York Centraf. dccla-ied i l m l "wÂ« IHIVH nothing to mediate." Both Hiik.s made known their i n t e n t i o n , however, to call upon Mr. Ilaligi'i at his hotel hero Decision H a n g s on Talk. Mr. Perham said the question as t o whether a strike order w o u l d be m a i l e d to the employes lumglit would depend upon the outcome of his t a l k w i t h Mr. Hanger. The latter said lie was heie only passively, awaiting requests by either aide for his services, nnd t h a t should none, be made during thÂ« i\a\ lie \yould-sa~ini form the Federal board in Washington, with which decision w o u l d lest as to whether he was to t a k e an active part in Bringing about an understanding. Mi- Hanger said, however, t h a t lie hoped to receive satisfactory answers from b o t h sides by tomorrow. ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. It is located at B a l t l m o i e , Crullford avenue and Fayette, ; t i e e t s JOHN T. STONIC, Piosident. JAMKS !Â·'. M1TCIHOLL, Secretary. The a m o u n t of i t s c a p i t a l is.. .$1,000,000.00 Tho amount of its capital paid up is 1,000,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: f'asli on h n n d and in the minds of agents or other persons... ?i!9?.,262.r9 Real estato unincumbered 1,339,082.08 Bonds owned bv tho company, bearing interest, n m i k o t \tilw 4,458,910.38 TjOin.s on bonds and moi tinges of real estate, wortli double the a m o u n t for which the some is mot tgafced, and fiee from any prior Jricuni- b r a n c p 142,34337 Balance on "deposit w i t h New Y o r k S t a t e Compensation CoiiuiU3."iojL . ..J-... ._ 718_fi 6_ STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION ** j The Masonic Protective Association ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. Tt Is located at 18 Franklin street, Worcester, Massachusetts. ' CJS A. HARRINGTON, President CHARLES A. HARRINGTON, Secretary The amount of its capital is $100,000.00 Tile a m o u n t of its capital paid up is 100,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: on hand in company's of(ice $932.21 Bonds owned by the company, hearing Intelest, secured as as follows. Market value of all bonds less m a i U e t value sperial deposits in excess of corresponding liabilities 398,018.06 Interest accrued on bonds 7,241.73 Deposited In trust companies and banks on Interest 148,753.20 /. v GENERAL RAIL COMMITTEE | TO HOLD ADVANCE MEETINGS , NEW YORK, May 4.--The general conference committee which will r e p r e s e n t tho railroads of tlie_Unlted States in negotiations with the four organizations 'of railway trainmen who have demanded wage Increases will, prior to tho conferences with the employes' delegates In New York In June, hold a series of meetings here among themselves. Tho purpose of these gatherings, it was an- announced today, will be to prepare the roads' side of the case. The first session will be held here Monday and the committee will meet almost dally In executive" sesaionr- -Â»-x---- - -- WASHINGTON, May 4.--Proposed increases of from 1 cent to 3li cents per 100 pounds in rates on lumbar in car loads from Memphis, Helena and other points in Tennessee and Arkansas to points in Iowa, Minnesota and other Western and Northwestern states were suspended today by the Interstate Commerce Commission until Nov. 14, pending investigation. The MoRon tlokat office will be closed from 2 until 2:30 o'clock this afternoon because of the funeral of the late Mrs. Jay, wife of LT B. Jay, assistant general passenger agent of the C,, I W. . Burial will be In Crown Hill Cemetery. P. B. Hampton has been appointed district passenger agent of the Seaboard Air Line at Atlanta, Ga., to .succeed I). W Morral. Out-of-town railroad men in Indianapolis yesterday were P. N. Huf/.en, district passenger agent of the Chicago Great Western at Chicago; E, H. Moot, district passenger agent of the Great Northern at Chicago; OrN. Spain, traveling passenger agent of the C. O. at Cincinnati, and F. L. (iannawav, traveling passenger agent of tho C., U, Q at Cincinnati. Taber Hamilton has been appointed superintendent of the Peoria division of the Vandalia at Deeattir, 111., to succeed J. F. Patterson. Mr. Patterson was promoted to the position of superintendent of the Michigan division with headquarters at Logansport, Incl. Tho office of acting superintendent has been abolished. J n t c i e.st accrued '. !i^,83TT3;r Debts for p r e m i u m s ^ 1,119,85117 K e l n s m e d loSM'.s duo f i o m other companion 3,273.00 Total assets J7,390,336.f8 L I A B I L I T I E S . Ues-eiveTor~outslarKling losses Jl.SIU,200.71 Commissions on uiicullcctod p r e m i u m * 267,8S8 X2 All i.t her claims agiiiiiHt tho company 183,886 Til . A m o u n t neroHHary to reinsure o u t s t a n d i n g risks $3,lÂ«il,804,40 Total b a b l l i t i o s $5,188,786.44 Tho greatest a m o u n t in !in ono t isk JjOO,000.00 S t a t e of I n d i a n a , Office of Auditor of Stale I, the undcrsljjned, a u d i t o r of s t a t e of UIB state o f I n d i a n a , h e t e b y ( f r l i t v t h a t the above I K - a ( o n o c t opy of tho statement Â«f the ( o n d i t l o n of the , i b n \ e i n e n - tionftrt TTimpaTry~~on--ttre~"3lFt~Tluv of December, 1910, as shown by tho original N t a t o i n e n t , and t h a t the bald 1 o t t g i n a l statement is now on flle In t h i s ofllce "~ In testimony whereof, 1 J i c t c u n t o sub-- Hcnbo i n j name and afllx mv /.SKA I,] otliciul heal, t h i s Stli day of April, 1916. I DALK .1. CIUTTKNHRRGKH, ' A u d i t o r of State. Total assets $554,945.20 LIABILITIES. Items in suspense, waiting for f u r t h e r pioof $85,506.48 All other claims against the company 15,551,03 A m o u n t of all unexplred risks.. 140,299.07 Total liabilities : $241,357.18 The greatest a m o u n t in any one lisk 200.00 State of I n d i a n a , Otllce of Auditor of State I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state ot I n d i a n a , hereby certify that the above, is a correct copy of the statement of the condition of the above men- tloned c(jmpan\ on tho K l s t day of December, I!U,", us shown by the original .Rpt,, aatl^j.lia.t . ..tlip. ..... said original + * J/ ee . assistant general freight agent qf_the Chicago Alton at Chicago, stopped in Indianapolis yesterday for a short time. A meeting of representatives of the lines entering Indianapolis W ns held at tne union fetation Tuesday for t h e p u r pose of discussing the best methods of handling trains and passengers on-Speerl- oldq of the Big Four announced that the regular shuttle service of his line would " ? 6 A tarted between 10 and 10:30 o'clock Â· In the morning. P. J. Landers presided at the meeting.; which was attended by twenty-four railroad officials. A request for an annual pass was received at a local railroad office yesterday from R WflTfinrnnn o f l?r,o^v.ri,.iÂ« r.. .-, ..-.. * STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION --OF THE-Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company --ON THE-- 31st Day of December, 1915. It Is .located, al _No. 77-85 $tate_street, Bos Ion, IVJusy, T. J. FAIAT3Y, President. JOHN T. lU'HNkTT, S e c l e l u l V . The ( i i n o i i n t of I t s c a p i t a l is, $2,000,000.00 TTie si m o u n t of its capital paid J u p Is TT 2,000,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY )\RE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on band and in the hands of agents or other putsotis JOS.'i.-iOli.Ov Heal estate 11,7.'J2.3Â« ytockh and bondp, market value , 3,l^t,r69.r.7 Debts otherwise secured.. . IS!),299 18 Debts for premiums 897,80265 All other securities, accrued i n t e r e s t 38,033.58 Total assets $4,813,839.86 L I A B I L I T I E S . Losses unadjuste'd, ini lulling expenses $844,612,01 All other claimi against the company 269,089,(iO Amount necessary to reinsuie outstanding risks i,351 T 19.61 |T^^ 7^- TM^^"''*^'' Ay Â» u * tUtiIr *^*.MaÂ«nÂ»WtÂ£ ,,, +d' , safet y firs*." and Of6~"fernarnder of the plea read as follows- "Kind sirs l wrote you spme time ago asking 'for a annual pass so 1 could go shoft trips WtnouLpaylng falr_as-i am workine-for v*ry lows wages, would like to . here_ somthing about it and would love to have INCORPORATIONS, Consolidation of New Long Distance Teld- Phone Company, New Telephone Company Indianapolis Telephone Company, , forming the Indianapolis Telephone Company, ] n . dlanapolis, IÂ«d. Capital, $8.000.000.' ni- reotor0, William Fortune, Louis Hollweg" Prank D. Btalnaker. John H. Hollldav A A' Wilkinson, John B. IClam,' John N furev Harry S. New, William u Ekw. L r j UP 7' mann, George Q, Snowden, W i l l i a m j/ Mn,-i lerlHg, eamuel Q. MoMecn, F. R. Huntlnir ton, Frederick W. Stevens. "untinj,- Ohlo Fuel and Supply Company, Van I3ii- m+\ TÂ«4 I*, Â«*-^ ,,-. ,, ,1 i t . ? * ' * "" - O i l 1 " t* capital Btocl state; 110,000 of it, capital stock IB repre! eentod In Indiana; R. w. McBrkle, IndUn- ttpolls, Ind., IB named as agent. Horton Manufacturing Company Fort Wayne, Ind., reduced Its common capital stock from $200,000 to $160,000; Issued pre lotted stock In the amount of Â»60,000, making the total capitalisation $200,000. Peerless Brass Foundry and Machinery Company, South Bend, Ind, Capital, jl.OOO Foundry, Directors, Jay H. -Woodward, Anthony M. Fortenbacher, Kobert F. Miller Â· John A, Wllskfly, A ' Anderson Investment Association Anripr son, Ind. Capital, -(trOyOOn. Iloii'ds 1)1- vectors, John C. Hhnfpr, William Rowland Â·William L. Day, Henry P. Hardle. CMffor i M. Vlnncdge, AVilllam H. Surbaugh, Kobert Boyle Heating and Shpet Metal Company, IiKlIftnnpoll.'i, Ind. Capital, $1,000." Buy and noil furnaces, shoot metal, roofing and roofing material. Directors, Frank J. Doyle William A, Devln, Frank C. Olive. ' Bedford Ooljf Club, Bedford, Ind. A t h l e t i c Directors, Ralph Reed, Augustus E. Dlekln- *on, Arthur Mlchie. Oary Â«un Club, Gary, Ind. To improve JIIIM-KHIIKUIB Up. Directors, WJlllam Brown JUrry W. Bommers, Harry Hardonbrook! ^Vmtret^ I. Hunter, Edward F. Stock. Thft Machinists Club of Lafayette, Lafay- Â«tÂ»fi. Itld. Bocial. Dlreoiorn, Wllmpr J C(iH'"i John F. DcWItt, 'Lunce L. Boohcr. CMumet Transportntlon Company, Illgh- iftwl, Ind. Capital, $8,000, Transport por- xons In motor vehicles from Hammond to out torrltoiy. Directors, Andrew L if, Henry S. Daughorty, 1'oter J. Kooy! o lilvor Farming Company, Indlan- . Hid. Capital, $^C,000. Â· To 6perute Iflnils. DlrcotofH, Hussell F. Hnddoth, , Ire li So\vdrr, Frank A. Sdiindtrs, 'A'homns Stevenson. i Total liabilities $2,465,251.28 The greatest net a m o u n n n any one risk . . . , t 200,000.00 State of Indiana, Ofllce of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned", auditor of Htute of the state of I n d i a n a , horohy certify that the above Is a correct copy of the statement of the condition of the above-mentioned company on the ,'tl.st day of J)e. (Â·ember, 1915, as shown by t h e ' original statement, and that the said original statement Is now on flle_ In this office. 'JL^^^^ J ..wj^^^L^aamAQ JE ^mb M scribe" my name and affix m y o f I S K A L J flclal seal, this Gth day of April, 1916. . __ _ _ DALK J. CRltTENBEHGKRJ ; Auditor of State. Real Estate News The Corydon addition of thirty-one lots, designed along advanced Ideas us embodied In the city beautiful plan adopted in many cities, w i l l be placed upon "the market beginning .Sunday, according to announcement given out yesterday. Tho addition !H a nlne-am'e tiact of high ground bounded--on the n o r t h by -Milpie load,"On the south by a point immedi- a t e l y south of Thirty-seventh street, on the east by WaHh'tngion boulevard and on the west by Pennsylvania street. , Kieber Kdlly are the agents who will be In charge of the sales campaign. Pro- moteis ot the a d d i t i o n h a v e designed the lots with an aveiagp size of 70 by 135 f e e t . All improvements have been put in and will be Included in the prices asked for the lotÂ». The laying out of the plat was not undertaken u n t i l a l t e r t h e p i e t l m l n u r y plan had been submitted to the board of 1'iiik cotnrnissloiieis. to j e c e i v e its sanction and idea.s on the beautification scheme. The a d d i t i o n is to be devoid of telephone and lighting poles, the entire wiling system being underground. Ornamental lamp standaids conforming w i t h tho boulevard lighting system designs have been installed. Restrictions will be thrown around the election of buildings In the addition and duplexes, double houses, flat b u i l d i n g s and business houses will not bs permitted. A mlnltmirmnnn will be specified in all 'deeds for the cost -of--the erection ot any house, thus Insuring high-class residences. Tho addition Is situated w i t h i n a few blocks of tho new sohoolhouso No. 60, which was recently completed. The record of leal estate transfers and building permits follows; Niulonnl I n v e s t m e n t Company to (,*eltlo Havings awl Loan Association, lot . 14, blk a, Myers's University 1'lace, iOxl'W-.. ft, improved, w fide Grande av, n of BurgiBH av $62.60 John L. 1'atrltk to Kellablft nenlty*.- Company, lot 84, N o i t h r r o f t , 40%K 145 ft, vacant, s e o i n e r Cairollton av and Forty-eighth st 1,000,00 Walter O. Lyday to George K, Dunn, , lot 83, Ferndiilp add, 39x144 ft, 1m- / proved, H w coinpf K i n g av and Twelfth bl 500.00 William L Itybolt to Cornelia Run- soil, lot 32, Home t Pk add, Wayne tp 7 210.00 Clown Hill Cemetery to A l b e r t a H. Dawson, lot 5, SRC 51, Crown H i l l . . .115.00 Barbara Erlmit to William Me/or ot , statement is now on tile In this office. , In t e s t i m o n y whereof, 1 hereunto sub- bcnbe mv n a m e and afllx my | SKA L| ollicml seal, t h i s 5th day of A p r i l , 1916. DALIO J. CHlTTlONBKUdKH. Auclitoi of Btate. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Midland Casualty Company ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915.- H is located at Washington and Walnut streets, Green Bay, Wis. (5KORGE 1). NAU, President. .JOHN C^. MALMBERG. Secretaty. The a m o u n t of its capital is $110,280.00 The a m o u n t of its capital paid _ i"P- is ...................... 110,280.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and In the hands of iigents or o t h e r persons ---- Â· ............... $36,9,'! 1 96 Bonds owned by the company, bearing Interest, market IAMIIS on bonds and mortgages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the fame is mortgaged, and free f i o m any prior Incumbrance. 21!, 073 00 Dobts otherwise secured Debts for premiums . . . , 8. r ,,jJ53,81 6,689.44 8,292.97 Total assets ( a d m i t t e d ) . . $160,244.18 L I A B I L I T I E S . A m o u n t owing, and not d u e t t o banks or other creditors $1,746.69 losses adjusted 10,730.78 All other claims against the company ._,, 6,17631 A m o u n t necessary to l e i n s u r e == -outstanding risks 21,951.70 Total liabilities .......... $39,606.4SJ _ ' The greatest amount In any one risk (n'et) ............. $7,000.00 State of Indiana, Ofllce of Auditor of State, I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the statement of the condition of tho above mentioned company on the 31st day of December, 1U1B, as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement Is now on file in tills office. '-tJ^=^ CLa ^ 1 Hay^wherj)pf, I hereunto subscribe my [SEALJ official seal, this 5th day of ___ April, 1916. _ _ DALK J Auditor of .State. ux, pint u e 4 sec 24, tp 16, r 3, 1 acre. Center tp Mary J. Day to Martin W. Brogan et ux, lot 1, blk 31, North Indianapolis, 30xl!K% ft, Impuivdl. B w curner A n n e t t a and Twenty-seventh a t s . . 6 , Charles F. Miller et nl to John B. M i l l e r et al, interest In part wees 16 nnd 17, tp 16, r 2, Washington and Pike t p s , . . . . ( jj, Robert n ' Millar et al to same, part same 2, Loo Kaolin to Ohurlci T. Kaelln, part loth- 24 nnd 25, Mardosla, vacant, e of AVanhlngtoii blvd, n of Thirty- e i g h t h st _ M a r y (". lOviina to Estlll A. Evans, Icits Ii3 and 04, My do Pit, 80x1 SI ft, Improved, n e cor Thirtieth nt nnd Semite nv ^ Charles M. , C I O P S to Lorcnz Schmidt, lot 97, Flnial Tic, fiHix-- ft, vn- e n n t , w tide Uilghton blvd, H of I'lUT'y bt . W i l l i a m I/, ftjbnlt ot al to George Q. Oilpu, lot 24, Home Pit, Wayne t p . . Josephine W l n t e i m u t e to Kverett A. fuller, lof 7, Becker's Went WaBh- Itigton at ndd, 37x120 ft, vaonnt, o Bids 'Fremont av, a of Washington Bt Same to l l o w f t t d B, Fuller et ux, lot 6, sumo J t P i b e i t H. WoodBnmll to K r n p H t V. Clark, lot 27, A i d m o i p , 50x132 ft, vacant, w stdo Ruckle at, n of Thir- t y - n i n t h H Carrie M, Nordylto to Charles W Dill, lota 99, 100 ami 101, MrCarty'a Third West Side add, 120*146^ ft Impioved, a o slda Nordylto av n of Yoilc Ht .4, Thomas A. Ilenclrlcka to Knvmonil"\V- J'UHh, lolH SO to G4 Blaokmorp and others add, 4 2 x 1 3 5 ft, each vnoant n w oor Baltimoia av and Twenty- fourth street Klchurd B. Ttittlp to Fiederlck U K u h n et ux, lot 2fi. Roblnwood 39x 134 ft, vacant, o oldo School at s of T h i r t y - f o u r t h street Suburban Homes Co. to (Jennie Graves l o t ' 2 9 , Harrison Hclghti, M x 2 0 0 ft' vacant, s side T h l i t y - e l g h t h Â«t, w oC W h i t t l r r av I-CP Nelson to A l b e r t W. Fonster- mnchcr, lot 20, Brlnkman Hill, 40x 1,16 ft, Improved slda Oxford st, s of Twenty-seventh st Albert W Fpnctcrrnacher to Loe \v']l son ot ux, -pame Union T i u f i t C o , tr, to^ James D. Clarke, lot 471', Warfleigh, BOx--- ft, vacant, n side Laveioclc rond, e of Uelawaro Btiect rfamo to C. 8 Whony, lot 297. same, Mix Â· ft, vacant, w nldo Park av, B of S i x t y - f i f t h st Samo to Almrjia 11 FerRimon, lot 825, same, 60x157ti ft! vacant, w c l d i Park av, n of Sixty-third st Jamcn R. Maxlp to C,hurlÂ«8 M. F'ooper, lot 14, Â«q 2 Central Park, 40x137 ft, I 500.00 000 00 000.00 000.00 " 1.00 1.00 1SO.OO 180.00 700.00 700.00 750.00 000.00 1,00 175.00 275.00 100 1 00 750.00 650,00 5GO 00 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Missouri State Life Insurance Company ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. It is located at northwest corner Fifteenth and Locust streets, St. Louis, Mo. ICDMUND ]'. NELSON, President. T. F. LAWKKNC13, Secretary. The amount of Ita capital la $1,000,000.00 -The amount of Us capital paid up 1Â« 1,000,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS! Cash on hand and In the hands of agents or other persona J879.947.01 Real estato unlncumbered.,. 491,338.56 Bonds .owned by the company, bearing Intetest at the rate of 4, 4M- and 0 per cent, secured as follows: City of Hoanoke, Va. 4 per cent, market value 9,400,00 City of Koanoke, Va,, 4'/ per cent, market value 4,950.00 City of Newport News, Va., 4% per cent, market value 9,900.00 City of Newport News, Va., 4^2 per cent, market value 4,925.00 City of Richmond, Va., 4 per cent, market value 23,250.00 Citv of .Stuttgart, Ark., street improvement, District No. 1, 6 per cent, rnar,-tat value 17,500.00 Loans on bonds and mortgages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the same la mort- Â· gained, and free from any prior Inoumbrance 7,702,031.99 Debts otherwise secured 2,139,256.'60 Debts for premiums 407,061.28 All other securities 311,247.73 Tutsi Tfimetw. r~.~ .7TT.. .TT$12,OT)0'^0?7t8" LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER FUNDS. Capital stock and unassigned funds Jl.814,125.03 Dividends declared, apportioned,'or provisionally ascertained . . . : . . : 522,514.94 Losses adjusted and not d u e . 8G.675.11 Losses In suspense, waiting for further proof 17,872.00 All other claims against the company 174,522.44 Amount necessary to rein- ~ sure? outstanding risks 9,385,098.Â«3 Total liabilities $12,000,808.15 The greatest amount in any one risk (net) $25,000.00 State of Indiana, Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the "statement ^of the condition of the above-men- tloned uuinpiiny oh the 31st day of December, 1915. as shown by the original s t a t e m e n t , and that the said original statement is now on file on this olllce. In testimony whereof, I hereunto sub- Â· ..i-., T T sprilli my name and affix rnv ISKAL] ofhcial seal. Mils 5th day of April, 1910. BALK J. CRlTTKNBERCxKR, Auditor of State. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Merchants Life Insurance Company ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915.- It is loiatcil at M a i n and Jefferson -- stieets, Burlington, Iowa. .INC. J. SJWRLKY, President F. J. K U H L R M H I K R , Secretary. The a m o u n t , of its capital is , $100,000700 Tho amount of -Us capital paid up is ................... 100,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE C O M P A N Y ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and in tiin hands of agents or other persons ............... Â· ..... $172,661.68 Bonds owned by the company, hearing Intetest, secured as follows, market value: Citizens Water Companj, Burlington, la ............... Jeffetson City (fllo.) school bonds, No. 100-14S ..... .'.-,,. . Wilmington (N. C.) bonds, No. 27.J-3 ................... Mecklenbertf County (N, C. Â» bonds ...................... Loans on bonds find t n o i t gages of real estate, worth double the amount for which tslio same la mortgaged, and free frpm any prior incum- Imance ........... .' .......... 1,138,530.00 Debts otherwise secured ...... 40.738.6S Debts for premiums ........... 313.00 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION . OF TUB Marquette National Fire Insurance Company ON THE 31 st Day of December, 19157 It is located at No. 176 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. 111. ANTHONY MATHE, President, HENRY J. WOES3NER, Secretary. The amount of its capital is...$300,000.00 Tho amount of its capital paid up la 30Q,OOO.Op THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and in the hands of, agents or other persons. ..$108,985.28 Honda owned by the company, bearing Interest at the rate of 5 per cent, secured aa follows, book valua 201,760.90 Loans on bondÂ» and mortgages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the samo Is mortgaged, and free from any prior Incumbrahce. 94,400.00 Debts for premiums 6,170.19 All other securities, accrued Interest ;.. G,621.11 Total asseta $411,927.48 LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and not due.. $300.00 Losses, unadjusted Nona Losses In suspense, waiting 1 for further proof 1,607.96 All other claims against the ~~ company 2,138.40 Amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks None Total liabilities $4,046.35 The greatest amount in any one risk $15,000.00 The greatest amount allowed to bo Insured in any one block, $C,000 to $25,000. State of Indiana, Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the statement of the condition of the above-mentioned coTnpany on the 31st day of December, 1915, aa shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement Is now on flle in this office. In testimony whereof, 1 hereunto subscribe my name and affix my [SEAL] official seal, this 5th day of April, 1916, DALE J. CRITTENBERGER, Auditor of State. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The Mercantile Insurance Co. of America Known Prior to November 1st, 1916; as THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. Â·IK.OuOOO 1,000.00 1.1)8500 5,203,75 Total assnts $1,378,547.11 ' LIABILITIES. Losses' unadjusted '. $4,000.00 Losses in suspense, waiting for f u r t h e r proof 18,000.00 AH other claims against the company 868,522.42 Amount necessary to l e i n s u r e outstanding risks -... 390,900.00 - Total assets $2,913,196.84 LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and due $7,675.00 Losses unadjusted " 51,278.86 Losses in suspense waiting for further pro^)f 96B.M All other claims against the company 33,842.27 Amount necessary to reinsure' - o u t s t a n d i n g risks 663,711.57 Total liabilities $1,281,422.42 The greatest Amount in any one risk $6,000.00 Â·? State of Indiana, Ofllce of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of tho state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above Is a correct copy of the statement -et-the condition of tho above-mentioned company, on the 31st day of December, 1915. as shown by the original statement, and that tho said original statement Is now on fllo in this office. ' , w h e r e o f , I hereunto subscribe rmFÂ°niMr8'=^wd*Â»Â«ffi3t*Â»Â»ftjk U official seal,_this 6th--day--of April, 1916. DALE J. CRITTENBERGER, Auditor of State. vacant, e aids Indianapolis av, n of Twenty-fourth Ht SOO.OO Samo to Thomas E. Wherry, lot 298, jaine..,-,^;,^ Â·^^-Â·-^-Â·-,- ^ . -j G69..00 Same to ( hades F. Cramer, lot 300, name, 9!ix-- ft, \.ieant, o aldo Itlver- view drive, a of Hlxly-second e t . . . 2,250.00 Transfer*, 28, consideration.. .$24,942,60 BUILDING PEBMITB. Stato Life Insurance Company, ulgn, 17 Bast Washington, $ti,00u. Frank Rlcsa, repairs, 2915" SangBtor, $100, James P. Kcrlns, laniodcl, 1316 East Ohio, $1,350. C, F. LuobldiiK, furnace, 64 North Sherman, $100. Jacob Soiree, d w e l l i n g , !)23 Kolcham, $1,600. Tony Berwats, dwelling, 532 Concord, $1,600. T. H , I. K T i r l u l i o n Company, shed, 1621 Oliver, $160. ~ Clattt Tlelklng, gar.igp, 1310 South Bfclmtmt, $50. John M. Saltau, shed, Ql Jafforsoii, $25. Reliable Realty Company, dwelling, 813 East Forty-eighth, $2,700. K, O. Maker, garaga, 81I Dawson, $400, Alvin B. Privott, two dwellings, 3307 Went Pratt. $i.tiOO, Haltie HarrlH, addition, 1212 Pleasant, $36. Charles Cailiplln, icmodel, 401 South Holmes, $1,000 Rosetta Perry, shod, 3871 Woat Tenth, $25. M m y A Hclnnlclt, porch, 602 Downey, $850. Solomon Nathan, itpulrs, i)3() North Ala- 1 * bama, $4.'i William .1. DavlB, poich, 868 Chicago. $200. Geoi'Ko W. CuininlnHj. ropalrw, a? North Alabama, $2!) V^ Emma Oocbel, r e p a h V 101C Htei'llnff, $000. S A lint Inn, n o t c h , S370 North Pennsylvania, $120 Henry A. Worloy, remodel, 049 .Tpffaraon, $70. Fred Klclfgon, Kaiago, 1315 South Kaet, $76. J. A Mct'nllle. dwelling, 2981 Wheeler, $800. Ohm IPS R. I,on[(Â«Kt, dwelling, 3706 West Michigan, $2,01)0. Indlunupolh H i l l Posting Company, repairs, 434 Kentucky. $40. Indianapolis Hill Pouting Company, ropairfl, 610 K e n t u c k y . $40 Indianapolis Dill Posting Company, 'rcipalrs, 360 Kentucky, $ 4 0 , Rosa J. Butts, ippalffl, Jackson and Addlson, $160. Trlpp Warehouse Company, repairs, Capitol and Men 111, ?150. Total permits, 30; ' st, ?22,342. LODGE MEMORIAL SERVICE. Memorial barvloes will bo held Sunday afternoon at the Howard Placo M. K. Chinch, 1420 North Arsenal' avenue, by members of the Tinh-I-Mlngo Tribe No, 210 of UIP Improved Oirtet of Red Men The Roy. K, P. J n w o t t , puxtor, w i l l deliver a iioimon following; tho r l t u a l l H t l c work. Tho committee In ohaigo of the oerviooB an- noiincrH that tho meeting will bo opon to I everybody. ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. It is located at 76 William street, New York, N. Y, K: C. RICHARDS, President. ,T. F HASTINGS, Vice President and , , Secretary. The amount o7 its capital Is. $1,000,080.00 The amount of its capital paid up is ....................... 1,000,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE Â» AS FOLLOWS: B Cash on hahd and in the hands of agents or other persons.. $238,288.10 Bunds nnd stocks owned by the company bearing interest. Honda, market value 2,050,790.00 Stocks, market value ......... 699,20(1.00 Debts otherwise secured, interest due and accrued not in market value ............ %, 31,418.74 All other securities 500.00 , Total liabilities ............ $757,472.70 State of Indiana, Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above Is a correct- copy of the statement of the condition of the above mentioned company on the 31st day of De- 'cember, 19if, as shown b'y the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on flle in this ofllce. In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my name and affix my of- 1916; DALE J. CRITTENBERGER,^ Auditor of State. News ot the Courts SJUPREME COURT. M1NUTKS. 223006 Shaw, executor, vs. Huber. jack- Â·on C. C. Appellee's petition for tlmo which is granted, including Juno 8, 1916 223003, Hay vs. state. Marlon C. C. Appellant's petition for time. 2,1056. Kramer et al, vs. Beebe, treasurer, Madison C. C. Appellants' petition for time. APPELLATE COURT. MINUTES. 9508. i The Mutual Life Insiuaiico Company vs, Guller, guardian. Gibson C. C Appellee's briefs. 9454._ Blngham, receiver, vs, tho Newton Bank et al. Fountain C. C, Petition and order as exhibit to affidavit of. Gavin. Appellant's petition for loaVe to amend, state- mont of the record in original briefs, with notice. , NEW BU1T. 9599. United States Fidelity nnd Guaranty Company vs. Capital Paper Company Marion S. C. Record. Assignment of erros In term. Bond. NKW SUITS FILKI) IN COUNTY COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. 26405. Wlnamnc Tribe No. 279, I. O. R M., vs. William f). Lines et al. To oulet title. Emrick Duepreo. SUPERIOR COURT. --Room 1.-108029. Kdd Willis vs. Emma Willis, Divorce. K. W. Hohlt. 10SOS4. Tlie W. H, Schaofer Company vs. Charles M, Davidson. On notos. Martln- dalo Hughel 103039. Leslie Hopkins vs. Mamie Hotkins. Divorce. C. T. Kaelln. --Room 2.-103030. Elizabeth Giistln vs. Edward Gustln. Divorce. Hocbford Rolllnson. 103035. Mloanor Burton vs. Claude A Burton. Dlvoree. James M. Leathers, 103040. West Publishing Company vs James 10, Babcock. Conttaet. Raymond F. Murray. --Room 3.-103031. Meridian M a n u f a c t u r i n g Company vs the Baltimore ft Ohio Railroad Company et al Damages. John T. Jameson 103036. Bennetta Lewis vs. city of Indianapolis. Damages Clarence A. Call 103041. Daugbtie M. l.arsh vs. Charles H. Lnrsli. Dlvoroft. F.ph Innmn. --Room 4.-103032. White Bwan Distilling Company STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford ON THE 31st Day of JJeeember, 1915. The company is located at 95 Pearl street, K Hartford, Conn. II. A SMITH, President, O. H. TR.YON, Secretary, F. D. LAYTON, Asa't Secretary, S. T. MAXWELL, Ass't Secretary. C. S. LANGDON, AÂ»s't Secretary. E. E. PIKE, Aus't Secretary, P. B, SEYMOUR, Treasurer. The amount of its capital Is.. $2,000,000.00 Tho amount of Its capital paid UP is ....................... 2,000,000.00 ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, Cash on hand and In hank... $1,508,565.60 Real estate unlncumbered.,. 598,000-00 State and city bonds 3i6 per cent to 6 per cent (lesa excess special deposits over liabilities), market value... 1,806,905.40 Railroad stocks and bonds, Sty to 12 per cent, market value ...'....} .............. 7,160,446.31 Other stocks and bonds, market value ................. 1,819,459.23 Loans on bonds and mortgages of real estate; worth double the amount loaned and free from any prior incumbrance ............. 1,726,249.53 Debts for premiums ......... 1,808,458.41 "assets LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and' not due $128,323.60 Losses unadjusted .......... 607,164.74 Losses adjusted, in suspense, waiting for further proof. . 69,079.05 AH other claims against the company .,Â· ................ 25,510.43 All other claims against the company (reserve for taxes, expenses and. other liabilities) ..... ;TT .............. - 675,000,00 Amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks... 9,324,661.44 , Total liabilities $10,729,788.26 The greatest amount in any one risk $200,000.00 State of Indiana, Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the statement of the condition of the above-mentioned company on the 31st day of December, 1915, as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement Is now on tile in this office. In testimony whereof I hereunto sub- scribe'my name and affix my of[SEAL] ncial seal, this 6th day of April, 1916. DALE J. CRITTENBERGER, Auditor of State. STATEMENT (/F THE CONDITION OF THE Newark Fire Insurance Co. ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. It is located at No. 41 Clinton street, Newark, N. J. EDGAR J. ilAYNES, President. T. L, FARQUHAK, Secretary. The amount of its capital is $500,000.00 The amount of its capital paid up Is ,,.. 600,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and in the hands of agents or other * persona $129,278.11 Real estate unincumbered-- 186,226.47 Bonds owned by the company, bearing interest, market value 1,104,170.00 Loans on bonds and rnort- ' gages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the same Is mortgaged, and free from any prior incumbrance 497,995.75 Debts otherwise secured ,18,528.12 Debt for premiums 204,791,05 Total assets $2,140,986.50 LIABILITIES. * Looses adjusted and not due. $41,081.00 Losses unadjusted 67,914.91 Losses in suspense, waiting for further proof 27,952,00 All" other claims against he company 28,034.13 Amount necssary to reinsure outstanding risks ,. 1,043,392.37 Total liabilities $1,208,974.41 The greatest amount In any one risk $100,000.00 The greatest amount allowed to be Insured in any one block 30,000,00 State of Indiana, Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a Correct copy of the statement of the condition of the above mentioned company on the 81st day of December, 1915, as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on flle in this office. Â· In testimony whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name and affix my rkiiaJtseai5 a = 8 JthJa, w SJii, ^dajLa, oi April, 1916. r*""-""- *Â·*Â»"- -' DALE J^-CRITTENBEROKR; Auditor of State. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THB Niagara Fire insurance Company ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. It is located at 25 Liberty street, New York city, N. Y. HAROLD HERRICK, Free. GEORGE W. DBWEY, Sec.' The amount of Its capital Is..$1,000,000.00 The amount of its capital paid up is 1,000,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and in the hands at agents or other persons ..:...?...' $1,079,258.73 Stocks and bonds owned by the company, bearing inter- eat, secured as follows: Bonds, market value 2,263,345.00 Stocks, market value 3,761,666.00 Loans on bends and mort- f age.3 of real estate, worth ouble the amount for which the same IB mortgaged, and free from any prior inoum- brance .-.. B51.000.00 Debts otherwise secured 99,175.40 A U o t h e r securities,,,,.,...... ,.Â·_Â·_? 400.00 (Market value of special deposits in excess of corresponding liabilities) $61,972.69) Total asseta '. $7,682,871.44 LIABILITIES. Lqsses unadjusted $249,734.67 '' Losses in suspense, watting for further proof 54,995.96 All other claims against the company 180,709.75 Amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks 8,491,216.55 Total liabilities $3,926,656.93 The greatest amount in any one HsJt $150,000.00 State of Indiana, Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the statement of the condition of the above-mentioned company on the 31st day of December, 19l5, as shown by the original statement, and that the said original statement is now on file in this,office. ,In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my name and affix my [SEAL] official seal, this 6th day of April, 1916. DALE J. CRITTENBEROER, Auditor of State. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE New Hampshire , * / Fire Insurance Company ON THE 31st Day of December, 1915. It is located at Hanover and Pine etreets, Manchester, N. H. FRANK W. SARGEANT, President. PRANK Er MARTIN, tEWIS W. CROCKETT, WILLIAM B. BURPEE, Secretaries. \ The amount of ita capital Is..$1,850,000.00 The amount of its capital paid up is 1,860,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on hand and in the hands of agents or other persons $481,274.93 Real estate unincumbered.... 264,000.00 Bonds and stocks owned by the company, market value. 6,676,819.00 Loans on bonds and mortgages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged, and frto from any prior incum- hrance 3!l,600.00 Debts otherwise secured 54,735.65 Total assets $6,515,829.58 LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and hot due, $27,052.98 Losses unadjusted 196,710.79 Losses in suspense, waiting 1 for further proof ^.-- 9,250.00 All other claims against the company, except capital.... 187,723,88 Amount necessary to insure outstanding risks 2,738,147.14 vs. Thomas Fox. For receiver. R. M, Coleman, H. L. Dlotz. 103037. Edward B. Wooden vs. May Blrchard. To set aside Judgment. Doan Mathews, J. E. Sedwlck. Â·--Room B.-103028. Kenneth C. Stout, etc., vs. Union Traction Company. Damages. Forney Slpe. 103033. i A. L. Ahrens vs. Claude N. Wil- hvms ot al. For receiver. Mltohel S. Mayberg. 103038. Nettle Banner vs. Leroy Danner. Divorce. Frank Hays. Total liabilities .......... $3,158,884.79 The greatest ahount In any risk (gross) ............ $172,500.00 The greatest amount allowed to be insured In any one block ...................... 200,000.00 State of Indiana. Office of Auditor of State. I, the undersigned, auditor of state of the state of Indiana, hereby certify that' the above is a correct, copy of the 'statement of ttre condition of the above mentioned company on the '31st day of 1 3- cember, 1915, as shown by the original statement, and that the said orlgli al statement la now oh "flle in this , office,In testimony whereof, I hereunto st. - scrlbo my name and affix T y April, 1916. ' Auditor of State CONFERENCE WILL CONSIDER STATE RECREATION PROBLEM Recognizing the need for a constructive program for play and recreation in many communities of the state, Indiana Unl- ersity, through its extension division, will hold a state conference on play and recreation May 25, 26 and 27 at tho Clay- ool Hotel. The program will Include speakers of national reputation, playground workers of wide experience and recreation leaders of recognized ability. Kecreatlona\, problems of the rural disÂ» rlcts 0.9 well aa of tho oity^will be considered. Notices of tho meeting havo 3een oent to superintendents of public ichools, officers of federated woman's iluba and other organizations interested n the playground problem. The speakers at the conference will include Walter B, Dickinson, associate sec-^ retary of the Playground and Recreation Association of America, New York; F. B. 3arnos, director of municipal recreation, South Bend; J. J Pettijohn, director of he extension division, Indiana University; Mildred Viotch, Hammond, Ind.; ?ert Ball, editor of the County Agent; Henry F. Kallenberg, dean of tho School of Physical Education, Y. M. C. A. Col- oge,' ijhicago; H. O, Berg, Milwaukee jublio Bchoolir; George A. Bellamy, head Â·esident of the Hiram House, Cleveland; J oter W. Dykonm, University of Wlscon-i Din; W. K. Jenkins, librarian, Indiana Jniveroity; Mrs. Charles Francis "With- ngton, Boston; Lee F. Hammer', Rqssell 3age Foundation, New York; J, I. Olllln, University of Wisconsin; Kmll Rath, president of the Normal College, North America Gymnastic Union, Indianapolis; ?. 15. Rainwater, director of Hamilton 'ark, Chlcnjro, and Sidney A, Toiler, dl~ ector of Stanford Park, Chicago. Sunday Excursions TO DECATUR, ILL Every Sunday Commcnclnq Hfw 7fii SUNDAY ffw y "Â« Leave INDIANAPOLIS 7:00 A. M, Return leave DECATUR 6:00 P. M. Round Trip Fare Low Sunday Fare to All Stations. Ticket Office 12 N. Illinois St., or Union Station. L. B. JAY. A. Q. P. A. Children's Movies Tomorrow The second of tho series of Saturday morning children's motion picture shows will bo presented at Keith's tomorrow morning, Tho first performance will start at 10 o'clock and tho second at 11:15. Tho shows are being put on by the management of the theater under tho auspices of Th,e Indianapolis Board of Indorsers for Junior Motion Pictures. Kach subject shown at the performances is first sub- , Jected to the censorship of the board, thus obtaining only pictures that am suitable for tho juvenile mind. The board of in- dorscrs is composed of Mrs. David Ross, president; Mrs. Felix 'MoWhirter, first vice president; Mrs. Ileliry Rauh, aecond vice president; Mrs. Philip Zoercher, third vlco~ president; Mrs. E. J. Robinson, fourth vice president, and Mrs. Merlo Sldener secretary. The picture chosen for tomorrow's two performances will bo a five-part production, "Little Mary Sunshine/' a pretty story of love and happiness.
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