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Indemnity Company of New York the Company with “The L&L & G Service"

Issues all forms of the following classes

of Insurance: Automobile, Collision, Property Damage, Compensation and Liability, Steam Boiler, Fly Wheel, Plate Glass, Burglary, Accident, Health and Disability and all classes of Fidelity and Surety Bonds,

Globe Indemnity Company

of New York 45 William Stroet, New York Others TALK about SERVICE-We DELIVER IT

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FOUNDED 1792

INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NORTH AMERICA

OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.

Cash Capital, $4,000,000.00
FIRE, MARINE, AUTOMOBILE, TOURIST

AND INLAND INSURANCE

EUGENE L. ELLISON, President
BENJAMIN RUSH, Vice-Pres. JOHN O. PLATT, 2nd Vice-Pres.
T. HOUARD WRIGHT, Secretary SHELDON CATLIN, Assistant Secretary

“The Acme of Mutuality" THA

WHAT is how “The Eastern Underwriter," a New York City insurance journal,

described the “1912 Program" of the Mutual Benefit. The Company's

announcement was pronounced "one of the most important in the history of the business."

From 1900 to 1909, inclusive, for ten years, The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company maintained without change its very liberal dividend scale adopted in 1900, when the current premium rates were adopted. Furthermore, the company had largely increased the liberality of its already extremely liberal policies, making the added benefits so far as possible available to old members as well as new.

Because of a very favorable mortality experience and an economical administration of its business, the Mutual Benefit was able in 1910 not only to increase its regular dividend scale for policies issued since 1900, but in addition, to apportion a special cash dividend to participating policyholders amounting to $675,000. In 1912, the Mutual Benefit made a general increase in dividends to policyholders, also after adding to its suspended mortality fund (which stands as a bulwark behind the mortality assumption of the scale) the company set aside a non-forfeitable dividend equalization fund to the credit of policyholders.

From this fund, in 1913, another special dividend of $867,000 was apportioned to policyholders. In 1914, still

A THIRD SPECIAL DIVIDEND of $861,000 has been apportioned to Mutual Benefit policyholders.

The 1914 Special Dividend is another evidence of the leadership of The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., Newark, N. J. ORQANIZED 1845

PREDERICK FRELINGHUYSEN, President Send for The Mutual Benefit's Message "To the Seekers for Success."

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THE SPECTATOR COMPANY
CHICAGO OFFICE

135 WILLIAM STREET
INSURANCE EXCHANGE

NEW YORK

1914

Copyright, 1914, by THE SPECTATOR COMPANY, New York

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Income for Life

To Insurance Solicitors

NORTH

AMERICAN
ACCIDENT
INSURANCE CO.

Any Insurance Agent, Fire, Life or Accident, can
CHICAGO

write Sickness and Accident Insurance
We sell all forms of policy, from $1.00 a year to $120 per year
The profits of an agent, on a profit-sharing contract, based

on our average of claims, are as follows:
200 Policies— Ist year profit, $1,456.00; Subsequent years, $456.00
500
6,140.00;

1,140.00
1,000

7,280.00;

2,280.00 Policy covers any sickness and all accidents. Most popular and easiest selling form cost $1.00 a month. Profit-sharing contract based on this form. Any good man can build up an agency of 1,000 in one year.

NORTH AMERICAN ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.

CHICAGO

Deposited with State of Illinois, $100,000 LIBERAL COMMISSIONS

ORGANIZED 1886

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Reliance Life Insurance Co.

of Pittsburgh

ORIGINATORS OF THE

Perfect Protection Policy

HOME OFFICE Farmers Bank Building

Pittsburgh, Pa.

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