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officials in this matter was iniudicious,
to say the least, and the risk they took
has become the talk of the insurance
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panics as being entirely neutral: Aachen
8.: Munich, No. 80 Maiden Lane; Ham-
burg-Brcmcn, No. l23 Xvilliam ‘Street.
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cerns, and are very strong. The Frank-
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health and accident line. It is also '9.
strong German company. The Gcrmama
Fire, No. 62 XVilliam Street, is :1 neutral
American company. The Gcrmama Life.
Union Square, New‘ York, is a strong
neutral American life insurance concern-
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the Morgan group. The former DFQS1‘
dent and present chairman is James Sull-
man, not Spillman.
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would not loan money on lands in Texas.
except through their Texas corrcsP0“ '
cuts, who would charge you the rate 3'0“
mention, 7% to 8%. It is as you say’?
high rate and not :3. just one. Here In
New York the charge on mortgages
placed on improved real estate 15 6%-
W. E., New York City.-In.response to
your inquiry as to Inspiration C0999’:
my information is that the shares. are
very promisin indccd. If so rnchncd,
you might wit safety purchase further
shares of this stock. , , .
Walter, Dayton, O’.-The Hecla. Mmmg‘
Company has av share capital of $2 0.000-
It is paying monthly dividends of ten C6113
a share on the stock, which has :1 pa)‘ V'3l‘IW
of twenty-five cents. The stock paid 555
cents :1. share in dividends in l91S. 23 Cems
in 1914 and 30 cents in 1913. The com‘
pany’s lead and silver ores are stated to
show :1. prospect of lasting for the “Cxt
twelve to fifteen years. .
L. K., Paterson, N. J.-The preferred
stock of the American Linseed C0ff1P-"my
has not paid dividends for the last sixteen
years. Such payments, however, may be "5’
sumed within the next eighteen months’
The company's earnings are good, and the
surplus is growing. The intention of ill?
management is not to pay divide.nd5 “W1
8163 surplus has reached the figure 0555900"
K. P.. Dover, Del.-There is no need
for alarm. The investigation is merely Per‘
A. P. D., New Yorlr.-The man from
Ireland was right. The government f““.de
provision for the sale of lands to llflsh
farmers, loaning the moneyat a low mfef‘
est rate. Agricultural conditions m ill“
country have since then shown great 1m‘
provcment. This was not an act of altru-
ism on the part of the British Govcrnmcnh
however, but an act in her own mtere u
since Britain wished to check Irish emxsrr?-‘
tion and preserve within the United K“3g‘
dom the cattle raising and agricultural 13‘
dustrics. This reform has been Of 7”“
value to the ‘English during tl1e.vP"95em
W. C., Canadensis, Pa.-Trinity C0999"
which was incorporated in 1900, 35 “ever
paid a dividend. The shares are 1311?‘? ' .
speculative. Sulphur fumes causedm the
smelting of the ore, is one of the difficultlesv
it]; said, that the company has to Come“
Wit . ' .
I. C., Pittsburg, Pa.-The banks 1‘:
Pittsburg that participated in the l-1“dt"-1:
writing of the Anglo-French loan were 9,.
following: ‘ , f ‘ . . . .: ----’
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